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अन्न
 anna [ anna ]


mfn. ( √ ad ), eaten L.

( ánnam ), n. food or victuals, especially boiled rice

bread corn

food in a mystical sense ( or the lowest form in which the supreme soul is manifested, the coarsest envelope of the Supreme Spirit )

water Naigh

Viṣṇu

earth L.




anna-kāma [ annakAma ]

( ánna- ), mfn. desirous of food RV. x, 117, 3



anna-kāla [ annakAla ]

m. meal-time, proper hour for eating

time at which a convalescent patient begins to take food Bhpr.



anna-koṣṭhaka [ annakoSThaka ]

m. cupboard, granary

Viṣṇu, the sun L.



anna-gati [ annagati ]

f. the oesophagus, gullet



anna-gandhi [ annagandhi ]

m. dysentery, diarrhoea



anna-ja [ annaja ]

or mfn. springing from or occasioned by food as the primitive substance



anna-jāta [ annajAta ]

mfn. springing from or occasioned by food as the primitive substance



anna-jala [ annajala ]

n. food and water, bare subsistence



anna-jit [ annajit ]

mfn. obtaining food by conquest ( explanation of vāja-jít ) ŚBr.



anna-jīvana [ annajIvana ]

( ánna- ), mfn. living by food ŚBr.



anna-tejas [ annatejas ]

( ánna- ), mfn. having the vigour of food AV.



anna-da [ annada ]

or mfn. giving food



anna-dātṛ [ annadAtR ]

mfn. giving food

N. of Śiva and Durgā L.



anna-dāna [ annadAna ]

n. the giving of food



anna-dāyin [ annadAyin ]

mfn. = -da above



anna-devatā [ annadevatA ]

f. the divinity supposed to preside over articles of food



anna-doṣa [ annadoSa ]

m. a fault committed by eating prohibited food Mn. v, 4



anna-dveṣa [ annadveSa ]

m. want of appetite, dislike of food



anna-pati [ annapati ]

( ánna- ), m. the lord of food, N. of Savitṛ, Agni, Śiva



anna-patnī [ annapatnI ]

f. a goddess presiding over food AitBr. ĀśvŚr.



anna-patya [ annapatya ]

( ánna- ), n. the lordship over food MaitrS.



anna-pū' [ annapU ]

mfn. ( explanation of keta-pū ), purifying food ŚBr.



anna-pūrṇa [ annapUrNa ]

mfn. filled with or possessed of food

( ā ), f. N. of a goddess, a form of Durgā



anna-péya [ annapeya ]

n. explains the word vāja-péya, q.v. ŚBr.



anna-pradá [ annaprada ]

mfn. = -da above ŚBr.



anna-pralaya [ annapralaya ]

mfn. being resolved into food or the primitive substance after death L.



anna-prâśa [ annaprAza ]

m. or putting rice into a child's mouth for the first time ( one of the Saṃskāras



anna-prâśana [ annaprAzana ]

n. putting rice into a child's mouth for the first time ( one of the Saṃskāras

saṃskāra ) Mn. ii, 34 Yājñ. i, 12



anna-bubhukṣu [ annabubhukSu ]

mfn. desirous of eating food



anna-brahman [ annabrahman ]

n. Brahma as represented by food



anna-bhakṣa [ annabhakSa ]

m. or eating of food



anna-bhakṣaiṇa [ annabhakSaiNa ]

n. eating of food



anna-bhāgá [ annabhAga ]

m. a share of food AV. iii, 30, 6



anna-bhuj [ annabhuj ]

mfn. eating food

( k ), m. a N. of Śiva MBh. xii, 10382



anna-maya [ annamaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. made from food, composed of food or of boiled rice.



anna-maya-kośa [ annamayakoza ]

m. the gross material body ( which is sustained by food = sthūla-śarīra )



anna-mala [ annamala ]

n. excrement

spirituous liquor, cf. Mn. xi, 93



anna-rakṣā [ annarakSA ]

f. caution in eating food



anna-rasa [ annarasa ]

m. essence of food, chyle

meat and drink, nutriment, taste in distinguishing food



anna-lipsā [ annalipsA ]

f. desire for food, appetite



anna-vat [ annavat ]

( ánna- ), mfn. Ved. possessed of food RV. x, 117 , 2, etc.



anna-vastra [ annavastra ]

n. food and clothing, the necessaries of life



anna-vāhi-srotas [ annavAhisrotas ]

n. the oesophagus, gullet



anna-vikāra [ annavikAra ]

m. transformation of food

disorder of the stomach from indigestion

the seminal secretion



anna-víd [ annavid ]

mfn. ( √ 2. vid ), acquiring food AV. vi, 116, 1

( √ 1. vid ), knowing food



anna-śeṣa [ annazeSa ]

m. leavings, offal



anna-saṃskāra [ annasaMskAra ]

m. consecrating of food



anna-hartṛ [ annahartR ]

mfn. taking away food



anna-homá [ annahoma ]

m. a sacrifice connected with the Aśvamedha ŚBr.



annâkāla [ annAkAla ]

See anākāla



annâcchādana [ annAcchAdana ]

n. food and clothing



annâttṛ [ annAttR ]

or mfn. eating food



annâdin [ annAdin ]

[ Mn. ii, 188 ], mfn. eating food



annâdá [ annAda ]

mf ( ī', ā ) n. eating food

Superl. of the fem. annâdí-tamā, ' eating the most ', N. of the fore-finger ŚBr.



annâdana [ annAdana ]

n. eating of food



annâ'dya [ annAdya ]

n. food in general, proper food



annâ'dya-kāma [ annAdyakAma ]

mfn. desirous of food



annâyu [ annAyu ]

m. ( coined for the etymology of vāyu ), ' living by food, desirous of food ' AitUp.



annârthin [ annArthin ]

mfn. asking for food



annā-vṛ'dh [ annAvRdh ]

( final a lengthened ), mfn. prospering by food RV. x, 1, 4



annâhārin [ annAhArin ]

mfn. eating food