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 bāhya [ bAhya ]

mf ( ā ) n. ( fr. bahis

in later language also written vāhya, q.v.

m. nom. pl. bā'hye cf. ŚBr. ) being outside ( a door, house , etc. ), situated without ( abl. or comp. ), outer, exterior ( acc. with √ kṛ, to turn out, expel ) cf. AV. &c, etc.

not belonging to the family or country, strange, foreign cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

excluded from caste or the community, an out-caste cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.

diverging from, conflicting with, opposed to, having nothing to do with ( abl. or comp. ) cf. ib.

( with artha ), meaning external to ( i.e. not resulting from ) the sounds or letters forming a word cf. Pāṇ. 1-1, 68 cf. Sch.

m. a corpse ( for vāhya ? ) cf. Kāv

N. of a man ( pl. his family ) cf. Saṃskārak.

( pl. ) N. of a people cf. VP.

( ā ), f. ( scil. tvac ) the outer bark of a tree cf. ŚBr.

( ifc. f. ā ) the outer part, exterior cf. Rājat

ibc. and ( am, ena, e ), ind. outside, without, out cf. ŚBr. etc.

( āt ), ind. from without cf. Pañcat

bāhya-kakṣa [ bAhyakakSa ]

m. the outer side ( of a house ) cf. Rājat

bāhya-karaṇa [ bAhyakaraNa ]

n. an external organ of sense cf. MārkP. cf. Śaṃk

bāhya-karṇa [ bAhyakarNa ]

and m. N. of two Nāgas cf. MBh.

bāhya-kuṇḍa [ bAhyakuNDa ]

m. N. of two Nāgas cf. MBh.

bāhya-taddhita [ bAhyataddhita ]

n. ( in gram. ) an external or secondary Taddhita suffix ( added after another one ) cf. Pāṇ. 7-3, 29 cf. Sch.

bāhya-tara [ bAhyatara ]

mfn. being outside, outer, external cf. Śaṃk

turned out ( of caste or society ), an out-caste cf. Mn. x, 30

bāhya-tás [ bAhyatas ]

ind. outside, externally, on the outside of ( with gen. or abl. ) cf. VS. etc.

-to-nara m. pl., ' external men ', N. of a people cf. MārkP.

bāhya-tā [ bAhyatA ]

f. the state of being outside, exclusion, deviation or divergence from ( abl. ) cf. Hariv. cf. Rājat. etc.

bāhya-tva [ bAhyatva ]

n. the state of being outside, exclusion, deviation or divergence from ( abl. ) cf. Hariv. cf. Rājat. etc.

bāhya-druti [ bAhyadruti ]

f. ' external solution ', a process in the preparation of quicksilver cf. Sarvad

bāhya-prakṛti [ bAhyaprakRti ]

f. pl. the constituents of a foreign state exclusive of the king ( cf. prakṛti ) cf. Pañcat

bāhya-prayatna [ bAhyaprayatna ]

m. ( in gram. ) the external effort in the production of articulate sounds cf. Pāṇ. 1-1, 9 cf. Sch.

bāhya-rata [ bAhyarata ]

n. = -sambhoga cf. Cat.

w.r. for -tara cf. Kathās

bāhya-liṅgin [ bAhyaliGgin ]

m. a heretic cf. L.

bāhya-vastu [ bAhyavastu ]

n. external wealth or riches cf. Kum

bāhya-vāsin [ bAhyavAsin ]

mfn. dwelling outside a village or town ( said of Caṇḍilas ) cf. MBh.

bāhya-sambhoga [ bAhyasambhoga ]

m. external coition ', ( prob. ) gratification of sexual passion outside the vulva cf. Cat.

bāhya-sparśa [ bAhyasparza ]

m. contact with external objects cf. Bhag. cf. MārkP.

bāhyâṃsa [ bAhyAMsa ]

mfn. holding the hands outside ( not between ) the knees cf. Gobh. ( cf. bahir-jānu )

bāhyânta [ bAhyAnta ]

m. the outer end or corner ( of the eye ) cf. L.

bāhyântar [ bAhyAntar ]

ind. from without and within cf. Prab

bāhyâbhyantara [ bAhyAbhyantara ]

mfn. external and internal ( as diseases ) cf. Suśr.

bānyâyāma [ bAnyAyAma ]

m. a partic. disease of the nerves cf. ib.

bāhyârtha [ bAhyArtha ]

m. an external meaning ( cf. bāhya artha above ) cf. Madhus

external objects or matter or reality

-bhañga-nirākaraṇa n. N. of wk.

bāhyârtha-vāda [ bAhyArthavAda ]

m. the doctrine that the external world has a real existence cf. Śaṃk

-vādin mfn. maintaining the reality of the external world, ib

bāhyâlaya [ bAhyAlaya ]

m. the abode of out-castes i.e. the country of the Bāhīkas cf. MBh. ( v.l. vāhyanaya )

bāhyā-śakalá [ bAhyAzakala ]

m. a fragment from a tree's outer bark cf. ŚBr.

bāhyâśva [ bAhyAzva ]

m. N. of a man cf. Hariv. ( v.l. vāh° )

bāhyêndriya [ bAhyendriya ]

n. an outer organ of sense cf. Vedântas

bāhyôpavana [ bAhyopavana ]

n. a grove situated outside ( a town, puryāḥ ) cf. BhP.