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बक

बक
 baka [ baka ]


m. ( also written vaka ) a kind of heron or crane, Ardea Nivea ( often fig. = a hypocrite, cheat, rogue, the crane being regarded as a bird of great cunning and deceit as well as circumspection ), Mn. MBh. etc.

Sesbana Grandiflora, L.

an apparatus for calcining or subliming metals or minerals, L.

N. of Kubera, L.

of a demon, MānGṛ.

of an Asura ( said to have assumed the form of a crane and to have been conquered by Kṛṣṇa ), BhP.

of a Rākṣasa killed by Bhīma-sena, MBh.

of a Ṛṣi ( with the patr. Dālbhi or Dālbhya ), Kāṭh. ChUp. MBh.

of a peasant, HPariś.

of a king, Rājat.

( pl. ) of a people, MBh.

( ī ), f. a female crane, Vās. Sch.

a female demon = Pūtanā, BhP. Sch.




baka-kaccha [ bakakaccha ]

m. N. of a place, Kathās.



baka-kalpa [ bakakalpa ]

m. N. of a partic. Kalpa or period of the world, Cat.



baka-cara [ bakacara ]

m. = -vratin, MW.



baka-ciñcikā [ bakaciJcikA ]

f. a sort of fish ( = bakācī ), L.



baka-jit [ bakajit ]

m. ' conqueror of Baka ', N. of Bhīma-sena, L.



baka-tva [ bakatva ]

n. the state or condition of a crane, MārkP.



baka-dvīpa [ bakadvIpa ]

m. N. of a Dvīpa, Pañcar.



baka-dhūpa [ bakadhUpa ]

m. a kind of perfume, L.



baka-nakha [ bakanakha ]

m. N. of a son of Viśvā-mitra, MBh.

-guda-pari-ṇaddha, m. pl. the descendants of Baka-nakha and Guda-pariṇaddha, gaṇa tikakitavâ`di.



baka-niṣūdana [ bakaniSUdana ]

m. ' destroyer of Baka ', N. of Bhīma-sena, L.



baka-pañcaka [ bakapaJcaka ]

n. the 5 days during which even the heron eats no fish ( N. of the last 5 Tithis of the bright half of the month Kārttika ), Cat.



baka-puṣpa [ bakapuSpa ]

m. Agati Grandiflora, L.



baka-yantra [ bakayantra ]

n. ' crane-instrument ', N. of a partic. form of retort, L.



baka-rāja [ bakarAja ]

m. the king of the cranes ( called Rāja-dharman, son of Kaśyapa; see MBh. xii, 6336 ).



baka-ripu [ bakaripu ]

m. ' enemy of Baka ', N. of Bhīma-sena, Veṇīs.



baka-vat [ bakavat ]

ind. like a crane or heron, Mn. Cāṇ.



baka-vatī [ bakavatI ]

f. N. of a river, Rājat.



baka-vadha [ bakavadha ]

m. ' the killing of Baka ', N. of MBh. i, 6103-6315 ( cf. IW. 386 ).



baka-vṛkṣa [ bakavRkSa ]

m. a kind of tree, MW.



baka-vṛtti [ bakavRtti ]

mfn. one who acts like a heron, a hypocrite, Mn. Yājñ.



baka-vairin [ bakavairin ]

m. = -ripu, L.



baka-vrata [ bakavrata ]

n. ' crane-like conduct ', hypocrisy, ŚārṅgP.

-cara, m. = next, Mn.



baka-vratika [ bakavratika ]

m. a hypocrite ( esp. a false devotee ), Mn.



baka-vratin [ bakavratin ]

m. a hypocrite ( esp. a false devotee ), Mn.



baka-saktha [ bakasaktha ]

m. N. of a man.

pl. his descendants, gaṇa yaskâ`di.



baka-sahavāsin [ bakasahavAsin ]

m. ' fellow-lodger of the heron ', a lotus flower, Kuval.



bakâri [ bakAri ]

m. ' enemy of Baka ', N. of Kṛshṇa, BhP.



bakâ`līna [ bakAlIna ]

mfn. lurking like a heron, MBh.



bakê`śa [ bakeza ]

m. N. of a temple founded by Baka, Rājat.