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 bhā [ bhA ]


1 cl. 2. P. ( cf. Dhātup. xxiv, 43 ) bhā'ti ( pr. p. bhāt f. bhāntī or bhātī cf. Vop

Pot. bhāyāt cf. TBr.

pl. babhau cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.

aor. abhāsīt Gr. cf. Bhaṭṭ.

fut. bhāsyáti cf. Br. etc. ), to shine, be bright or luminous cf. RV. etc.

to shine forth, appear, show one's self cf. ib.

to be splendid or beautiful or eminent cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc. ( with na, to cut a poor figure cf. Kathās. )

to appear as, seem, look like, pass for ( nom. with or without iva adv. in vat ) cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

to be, exist cf. W.

to show, exhibit, manifest cf. Bhaṭṭ. ( v.l. ) : Pass. bhāyate, impers., radiance is put forth by ( instr. ) cf. Bhaṭṭ. : Caus. bhāpayate

aor. abībhapat Gr. : Desid. bibhāsati cf. ib. : Intens. bābhāyate, bābheti, bābhāti cf. ib. [ Cf. √ bhan, bhāṣ, bhās ; Gk. ? Lat. fāri etc. ; Germ. Bann ; Eng. ban. ]




bhā' [ bhA ]

2 f. ( nom. prob. bhā's ) light, brightness, splendour etc. ( cf. f. of 4. bha ) cf. VS. cf. ŚBr.

m. the sun cf. L. ( cf. 2. bhās )



bhā'-kūṭa [ bhAkUTa ]

m. ' having a bright point ', a species of fish cf. Vās. ( also bhā-kuṭa cf. L. )

N. of a mountain ( prob. the part of the Him^alaya called Bhākūr ) cf. ib. cf. Sch.



bhā'-kośa [ bhAkoza ]

m. ' light-repository ', the sun cf. L.



bhā'-gaṇa [ bhAgaNa ]

m. = bha-gaṇa ( under 4. bha ) cf. BhP.



bhā'-tvakṣas [ bhAtvakSas ]

( bhā' ), mfn. producing light cf. RV. i, 143 , 3



bhā'-nikara [ bhAnikara ]

m. a mass of light or rays cf. MārkP.



bhā'-nemi [ bhAnemi ]

m. ' light-circle ', the sun cf. L.



bhā'-maṇḍala [ bhAmaNDala ]

n. a circle of light, garland of rays cf. L.



bhā'-matī [ bhAmatI ]

f. ( fr. bhā-mat ) N. of a cf. Comm. by Vācaspati-miśra on Śaṃkar^acārya's cf. Comm. on the Brahma-sūtras ( also °tī-nibandha )

-kāra m. N. of Vācaspati-miśra

-tilaka n. -vilāsa m. N. of Comms. on the Bhāmatī



bhā'-ravi [ bhAravi ]

m. N. of the author of the Kirātārjunīya ( first mentioned in an cf. Inscr. of 634 A. D. )



bhā'-ruci [ bhAruci ]

m. N. of an author on Dharma and Ved^anta cf. Cat.



bhā'-rūpa [ bhArUpa ]

( bhā'- ), mfn. shining, brilliant cf. ŚBr. cf. Up. -1



bhā'-vana [ bhAvana ]

n. ( for 2. bhāvana, p. 755, col. 1 ) a forest of rays cf. Ghaṭ



bhā'-sarva-jña [ bhAsarvajJa ]

m. N. of an author cf. Cat.