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bhūtá [ bhUta ]


mf ( ā ) n. become, been, gone, past ( n. the past ) cf. RV. etc.;

actually happened, true, real ( n. an actual occurrence, fact , matter of fact, reality ) Yājñ.; R. etc.;

existing, present, Kaṇ.;

( ifc. ) being or being like anything, consisting of, mixed or joined with, Prāt.; Up.; Mn. etc. ( also to form adj. out of adv., e.g. ittham-, evam-, tathā-bh° )

purified, L.

obtained, L.

fit, proper, L.

often w.r. for bhṛta

m. a son, child, L.

a great devotee or ascetic, L.

( pl. ) N. of an heretical sect ( with Jainas, a class of the Vyantaras ), L.

N. of Śiva; L.

of a priest of the gods; L.

of a son of Vasu-deva and Pauravī, BhP.

of a son-in-law of Daksha and father of numerous Rudras, ib.;

of a Yaksha cf. Cat.;

( ā f. ) the 14th day of the dark half of the lunar month, SkandaP. ( L. also m. );

N. of a woman, HPariś;

n. ( cf. above ) that which is or exists, any living being ( divine, human, animal, and even vegetable ), the world ( in these senses also m. ) cf. RV. etc.

a spirit ( good or evil ), the ghost of a deceased person, a demon, imp, goblin ( also m. ), GṛS.; Up.; Mn. etc. ( cf. RTL. 241 )

an element, one of the 5 elements ( esp. a gross element = mahā-bh°, q.v.;

but also a subtle element = tan-mātra, q.v.;

with Buddhists there are only 4 element ), Up.; Sāṃkhyak.; Vedântas. etc.;

N. of the number ' five ' ( mahā-bh° and pāñcabhautika );

well-being, welfare, prosperity, VS.; TS.; AitBr.




bhūtá-karaṇa [ bhUtakaraNa ]

n. ' causing a word to have a past meaning ', N. of the augment cf. APrāt.

-vatī f. ( scil. vibhakti ) the character and personal endings of the augmented verbal forms ( i.e. of impf., aor. and Cond. ) cf. Kāt



bhūtá-kartṛ [ bhUtakartR ]

m. ' maker of beings ', Brahmā, the creator cf. R.



bhūtá-karman [ bhUtakarman ]

m. N. of a man cf. MBh.



bhūtá-kāla [ bhUtakAla ]

m. past time or the preterite tense cf. VPrāt. cf. Pāṇ. cf. Sch.

°lika mfn. relating to it cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 84 cf. Sch.



bhūtá-kṛ't [ bhUtakRt ]

mfn. forming beings, creative cf. AV.

m. the creator cf. ib. etc.

pl. a class of gods cf. ŚāṅkhŚr.



bhūtá-ketu [ bhUtaketu ]

m. N. of a son of Manu Daksha-sāvarṇi cf. BhP.

of a Vetāla cf. Kathās



bhūtá-keśa [ bhUtakeza ]

m. Corydalis Goveniana cf. L. ( also n. and ī f. )

( ī ), f. a species of plant cf. Bhpr. ( L Nardostachys Jatamansi, Vitex Negundo and white basil )



bhūtá-kesarā [ bhUtakesarA ]

f. Trigonella Foenum Graecum cf. L.



bhūtá-koṭi [ bhUtakoTi ]

f. ' the highest culminating point for all beings ', absolute non-entity ( = śūnya-tā ) cf. Buddh.



bhūtá-krānti [ bhUtakrAnti ]

f. ( for °tâk° ? ) possession by spirits cf. L.



bhūtá-gaṇa [ bhUtagaNa ]

m. the host of living beings cf. MaitrUp.

a multitude of spirits or ghosts cf. R. cf. Kathās

°ṇâdhipa m. N. of Nandin ( q.v. ) cf. Kathās



bhūtá-gandhā [ bhUtagandhA ]

f. a species of fragrant plant or a partic. perfume cf. L.



bhūtá-gṛhya [ bhUtagRhya ]

m. pl. a class of domestic spirits cf. PārGṛ.



bhūtá-grasta [ bhUtagrasta ]

mfn. possessed by an evil spirit cf. MW.



bhūtá-grāma [ bhUtagrAma ]

m. = -gaṇa ( in both meanings ) cf. MBh. cf. Pur.

a multitude of plants cf. L.

any aggregate or elementary matter, the body cf. W.



bhūtá-ghna [ bhUtaghna ]

m. ' destroying spirits or demons, a camel cf. L.

garlic cf. L.

Betula Bhojpatra cf. L.

( ī ), f. the sacred basil or = muṇḍitikā cf. L.



bhūtá-caturdaśī [ bhUtacaturdazI ]

f. the 14th day in the dark half of the month Kārttika ( consecrated to Yama ) cf. L.



bhūtá-cārin [ bhUtacArin ]

m. ' moving among demons ', N. of Śiva cf. Śivag



bhūtá-cintā [ bhUtacintA ]

f. Investigation into the elements cf. Suśr.



bhūtá-caitanika [ bhUtacaitanika ]

m. an adherent of the doctrine that the mind or intellect is produced from material elements cf. Nyāyas. cf. Sch.



bhūtá-caitanya [ bhUtacaitanya ]

n. intellectuality of matter cf. ib.



bhūtá-jaṭā [ bhUtajaTA ]

f. Nardostachys Jatamansi cf. L.

another species of Valeriana cf. Bhpr.



bhūtá-jananī [ bhUtajananI ]

f. the mother of all beings cf. Mālatīm



bhūtá-jaya [ bhUtajaya ]

m. victory over the elements cf. Cat.



bhūtá-jyotis [ bhUtajyotis ]

m. ' light of living beings ', N. of a king cf. BhP.



bhūtá-ḍāmara [ bhUtaDAmara ]

m. or n. N. of 2 Tantras

( ī ), f. N. of a deity cf. Pañcad



bhūtá-tantra [ bhUtatantra ]

n. the doctrine of spirits ( as contained in the 6th ch. of the cf. Aṣṭâṅga-hṛdaya )



bhūtá-tanmātra [ bhUtatanmAtra ]

n. a subtle element, Sāṃkhyas. cf. Sch.



bhūtá-tā [ bhUtatA ]

f. reality, truth cf. Vās



bhūtá-tṛṇa [ bhUtatRNa ]

n. a species of grass cf. L.



bhūtá-tva [ bhUtatva ]

n. the state of being an element cf. MBh.



bhūtá-dattā [ bhUtadattA ]

f. N. of a woman cf. HPariś



bhūtá-damanī [ bhUtadamanI ]

f. one of the 9 Śaktis of Śiva cf. L.



bhūtá-dayā [ bhUtadayA ]

f. compassion towards all creatures, universal benevolence cf. W.



bhūtá-dāhīya [ bhUtadAhIya ]

mfn. apt to burn or destroy all creatures cf. Āpast



bhūtá-drāvin [ bhUtadrAvin ]

m. red oleander cf. L.

a partic. tree ( = bhūtâṅkuśa ) cf. L.



bhūtá-druma [ bhUtadruma ]

m. Cordia Latifolia cf. L.



bhūtá-druh [ bhUtadruh ]

mfn. injuring beings, injurious cf. BhP.



bhūtá-dhara [ bhUtadhara ]

mfn. retaining ( in the mind ) or remembering the past cf. R.

( ā ), f. ' supporting beings ', the earth cf. L.



bhūtá-dhātrī [ bhUtadhAtrI ]

f. ' supporter of beings ', sleep cf. Car.

the earth cf. Kād



bhūtá-dhāman [ bhUtadhAman ]

m. N. of a son of Indra cf. MBh.



bhūtá-dhāriṇī [ bhUtadhAriNI ]

f. = -dharā cf. Mālav



bhūtá-nanda [ bhUtananda ]

m. N. of a king cf. Kathās



bhūtá-nātha [ bhUtanAtha ]

m. ' lord of beings or spirits ', N. of Śiva cf. Ragh. cf. Caṇḍ

N. of a poet cf. Cat.



bhūtá-nāyikā [ bhUtanAyikA ]

f. ' leader of the Bhūtas ', N. of Durgā cf. L.



bhūtá-nāśana [ bhUtanAzana ]

mfn. destroying evil beings

m. Semecarpus Anacardium cf. L.

pepper cf. L.

black mustard cf. L.

n. Asa Foetida cf. L.

the berry or seed of Elaeocarpus Ganitrus cf. L.



bhūtá-nicaya [ bhUtanicaya ]

m. ' aggregation of elements ', the body, Śāntiś



bhūtá-páti [ bhUtapati ]

m. ' lord of beings ' ( esp. of evil beings, N. of Rudra-Śiva, Bhava, Śarva and Agni ) cf. AV. cf. MBh. etc.

Ocimum Sanctum cf. L.



bhūtá-pattrī [ bhUtapattrI ]

f. sacred basil cf. L.



bhūtá-pāla [ bhUtapAla ]

m. the guardian of living beings cf. BṛĀrUp.



bhūtá-pura [ bhUtapura ]

m. pl. N. of a people cf. Var

( ī ), f. N. of a town

°re-māhātmya n. N. of wk.



bhūtá-puṣpa [ bhUtapuSpa ]

m. Calosanthes Indica cf. L.



bhūtá-pūrṇimā [ bhUtapUrNimA ]

f. the day of full moon in the month Āśvina ( when the Bhūtas are worshipped ) cf. L.



bhūtá-pūrva [ bhUtapUrva ]

mf ( ā ) n. who or what has been before, prior , former, ancient, old ( also °vaka ) cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc. ( °vam ind. formerly )

deceased cf. MBh.

-ṭā f. former circumstances cf. Kām



bhūtá-prakṛti [ bhUtaprakRti ]

f. the origin of all beings cf. Nir. xiv, 3



bhūtá-pratiṣedha [ bhUtapratiSedha ]

m. the warding off evil spirits or demons cf. Cat.



bhūtá-prâya [ bhUtaprAya ]

w.r. for bhauta-p°



bhūtá-prêtapiśācâdya [ bhUtapretapizAcAdya ]

m. pl. the Bhūtas, Pr^etas, Piśācas etc. cf. RāmatUp. ( cf. RTL. 241 )



bhūtá-bali [ bhUtabali ]

m. = -yājña cf. Gal.

N. of a grammarian cf. Cat.



bhūtá-bāla-grahônmāda [ bhUtabAlagrahonmAda ]

m. madness produced by the action of Bhūtas or demons inimical to children cf. Pañcar.



bhūtá-brahman [ bhUtabrahman ]

m. = devalaka cf. L.



bhūtá-bhartṛ [ bhUtabhartR ]

m. ' lord of beings or spirits ', N. of Śiva cf. Rājat



bhūtá-bhava [ bhUtabhava ]

mfn. existing in all beings cf. Hariv.



bhūtá-bhavyá [ bhUtabhavya ]

n. past and future cf. AV.



bhūtá-bhavyêśa [ bhUtabhavyeza ]

m. the lord of past and future cf. MBh.



bhūtá-bhāvana [ bhUtabhAvana ]

mfn. creating or causing the welfare of living beings cf. MBh.

N. of Śiva or Viṣṇu or Brahmā cf. ib. ( -bhāvana mfn. causing the welfare of those who cause the welfare of living beings cf. Hariv. )

n. = sva-rūpa cf. BhP. cf. Sch.



bhūtá-bhāvin [ bhUtabhAvin ]

mfn. creating living beings cf. Up.

past and future cf. Kpr.



bhūtá-bhāṣā [ bhUtabhASA ]

f. the ( so called ) language of demons or Piśācas ( a Prākṛt dialect ) cf. Kathās

-maya mf ( ī ) n. composed in the Piśācas demons ( as the Bṛhat-kathā ), Kāvyad



bhūtá-bhāṣita [ bhUtabhASita ]

n. = -bhāṣā cf. Cat.



bhūtá-bhṛt [ bhUtabhRt ]

mfn. sustaining the elements or creatures cf. Bhag.



bhūtá-bhairava [ bhUtabhairava ]

m. N. of a partic. medical compound cf. Bhpr.

-tantra n. N. of a Tantra



bhūtá-bhautika [ bhUtabhautika ]

mfn. consisting of the elements or of anything formed from them cf. L.



bhūtá-maya [ bhUtamaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. containing all beings cf. Hariv.

consisting of the five elements cf. Naish

as anything is in reality, true, genuine cf. BhP.



bhūtá-mahêśvara [ bhUtamahezvara ]

m. = -bhartṛ cf. R.



bhūtá-mātṛ [ bhUtamAtR ]

f. = -jananī ( N. of Gauri, Brahmi etc. ) cf. MBh.

-têtsava( ! ), n. a partic. festival cf. Cat.



bhūtá-mātṛkā [ bhUtamAtRkA ]

f. ' mother of beings ', the earth cf. Gal.



bhūtá-mātra [ bhUtamAtra ]

n. the rudiment of an element cf. W.

( ā ), f. pl. the subtle elements ( tan-mātra ) cf. Mn. xii, 17

the coarse and subtle element cf. BhP. ( in this sense a Dvandva comp. ) cf. Sch.

the 10 primary objects ( viz. vāc, gandha, rūpa, śabda, anna-rasa, karman, sukha-duḥkhe, ānanda or rati or prajāti, ityā, manas ) cf. KaushUp.



bhūtá-mārī [ bhUtamArI ]

f. a partic. resin cf. L.



bhūtá-yajña [ bhUtayajJa ]

m. the offering of food etc. to all created beings ( mahā-yajña and bali, and cf. RTL. 421 ) cf. ŚBr. cf. ĀśvGṛ.



bhūtá-yoni [ bhUtayoni ]

f. the origin or source of all beings, KaivUp.



bhūtá-raya [ bhUtaraya ]

m. pl. a class of gods under the 5th Manu cf. BhP.



bhūtá-rāj [ bhUtarAj ]

m. = -bhartṛ cf. ib.



bhūtá-rūpa [ bhUtarUpa ]

mfn. having the form of a Bhūta, imp. like cf. Pañcar.



bhūtá-lakṣaṇa [ bhUtalakSaNa ]

n. N. of wk.



bhūtá-lipi [ bhUtalipi ]

f. ' demon-writing ', N. of a partic. magical formula cf. Cat. 1



bhūtá-vat [ bhUtavat ]

ind. as if it were past cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 132. 2



bhūtá-vat [ bhUtavat ]

mfn. having been cf. W.

containing the word bhūta cf. AitBr.

surrounded by demons cf. Hcat



bhūtá-varga [ bhUtavarga ]

m. the host of demons or spirits cf. MārkP.



bhūtá-vādin [ bhUtavAdin ]

mfn. telling the real fact or truth cf. MW.



bhūtá-vāsa [ bhUtavAsa ]

m. the abode of beings cf. Hariv. ( v.l. °tâv° )

Terminalia Bellerica cf. Bhpr.



bhūtá-vāhana [ bhUtavAhana ]

mfn. ' having the Bhūtas for his vehicle ', N. of Śiva cf. Śivag

-sarathi m. Śiva's charioteer cf. ib.

n. a chariot drawn by Bhūtas cf. L.



bhūtá-vikriyā [ bhUtavikriyA ]

f. possession by evil spirits, epilepsy cf. L.



bhūtá-vijñāna [ bhUtavijJAna ]

n. the knowledge of evil beings, demonology cf. Cat.



bhūtá-víd [ bhUtavid ]

mfn. knowing all beings cf. ŚBr.

knowing ( how to ward off ) evil spirits cf. Subh



bhūtá-vidyā [ bhUtavidyA ]

f. = -vijñāna cf. ChUp. cf. Suśr.



bhūtá-vināyaka [ bhUtavinAyaka ]

m. a leader of evil beings cf. BhP.



bhūtá-viveka [ bhUtaviveka ]

m. N. of wk.



bhūtá-viṣṇu [ bhUtaviSNu ]

m. N. of an author cf. Cat.



bhūtá-vīra [ bhUtavIra ]

m. pl. N. of a race cf. AitBr.



bhūtá-vṛkṣa [ bhUtavRkSa ]

m. ' demon-tree ', Trophis Aspera cf. L.

Calosanthes Indica cf. L.

Terminalia Bellerica cf. L.



bhūtá-veṣī [ bhUtaveSI ]

f. a white-flowering Vitex Negundo cf. L.



bhūtá-sarman [ bhUtasarman ]

m. N. of a man cf. MBh.



bhūtá-śuddhi [ bhUtazuddhi ]

f. ' removal of evil demons ', N. of a ceremony cf. RTL. 197

N. of a Tantra



bhūtá-saṃsāra [ bhUtasaMsAra ]

m. the course or circuit of existence ( through continuous states of being ) cf. Mn. i, 50



bhūtá-saṃkrāmín [ bhUtasaMkrAmin ]

mfn. dependent on beings that have existed before cf. TS.



bhūtá-saṃgha [ bhUtasaMgha ]

m. the totality of beings or of the elements cf. MārkP.



bhūtá-saṃcāra [ bhUtasaMcAra ]

m. possession by evil spirits cf. L.



bhūtá-saṃcārin [ bhUtasaMcArin ]

m. ' moving among creatures ', a forest conflagration cf. L.



bhūtá-saṃtāpa [ bhUtasaMtApa ]

m. ' torture of beings ', N. of an Asura cf. BhP.



bhūtá-saṃtāpana [ bhUtasaMtApana ]

m. ' torturer of beings ', N. of a Daitya ( son of Hiraṇy^aksha ) cf. Hariv.



bhūtá-samāgama [ bhUtasamAgama ]

m. the meeting of mortals cf. MBh.



bhūtá-sampṛkta [ bhUtasampRkta ]

mfn. combined with elementary matter cf. W.



bhūtá-samplava [ bhUtasamplava ]

m. the flooding or drowning of all creatures, universal deluge cf. Āpast. cf. MBh. etc.



bhūtá-sammohana [ bhUtasammohana ]

mfn. bewildering all beings cf. Up.



bhūtá-sarga [ bhUtasarga ]

m. a creation of beings ( e.g. of Deva- yonis or divine beings in 8 classes, of men, and of Tiryag-yonis in 5 classes , viz. cattle, birds, wild animals, creeping things, and plants ) cf. MBh. cf. Pur.

creation of the elements cf. Pur.



bhūtá-sâkṣin [ bhUtasAkSin ]

m. an eye-witness of created beings ( who sees all they do ) cf. MBh.



bhūtá-sā'dhana [ bhUtasAdhana ]

mf ( ī ) n. leading all creatures towards their end ( cf. Mahīdh. ' producing creatures ' ) cf. VS.

( ī ), f. the earth cf. A.



bhūtá-sāra [ bhUtasAra ]

m. a species of Calosanthes Indica cf. L.

( ī ), f. collective N. of the 3 myrobolans ( Terminalia Chebula, Terminalia Bellerica, and Phyllanthus Emblica ) cf. L.



bhūtá-sūkṣma [ bhUtasUkSma ]

n. = -tanmātra, Sāṃkhyas. cf. Sch.



bhūtá-sṛṣṭi [ bhUtasRSTi ]

f. the creation of Bhūtas cf. MW.

the illusion effected by the power of the Bhūtas cf. ib.

the whole class of Bhūtas collectively cf. ib.



bhūtá-stha [ bhUtastha ]

mfn. being in living creatures, residing in the elements cf. BhP.



bhūtá-sthāna [ bhUtasthAna ]

n. the abode of living creatures cf. MBh.



bhūtá-hatyā [ bhUtahatyA ]

f. the killing of a living creature cf. BhP.



bhūtá-hantrī [ bhUtahantrI ]

f. ' destroying evil spirits ', a species of Dūrvā grass cf. L.

= vandhyā karkoṭakī cf. L.



bhūtá-hara [ bhUtahara ]

m. bdellium cf. L.



bhūtá-hārin [ bhUtahArin ]

m. Pinus Devadāru cf. L.



bhūtá-hāsa [ bhUtahAsa ]

m. ' demoniacal laughter ', a kind of fever cf. Bhpr.



bhūtâṃśa [ bhUtAMza ]

m. N. of the author of cf. RV. x, 106 ( a descendant of Kaśyapa ) cf. Nir. xii, 41



bhūtâṅkuśa [ bhUtAGkuza ]

m. a kind of tree cf. L.



bhūtâtmaka [ bhUtAtmaka ]

mfn. possessing the essence of the elements cf. Cat.



bhūtâtman [ bhUtAtman ]

m. ' soul of all beings ', N. of Brahmā cf. R.

of Mahāpurusha, i.e. Viṣṇu cf. Hariv.

of Śiva cf. L.

the individual soul cf. Mn. v, 109 cf. Yājñ. iii, 34 etc.

' nature of all beings ', war, conflict cf. L.

mfn. one whose soul is subdued or purified cf. MBh. ( cf. bhāvitâtman )

m. ' the self consisting of the elements ', the body cf. MaitrUp. cf. Mn. xii, 12 ( opp. to kṣetra-jña )



bhūtâdi [ bhUtAdi ]

m. ' original or originator of all beings ', N. of Mahā-purusha or the Supreme Spirit cf. Hariv.

m. n. ( in Sāṃkhya ) N. of Ahaṃ-kāra ( as the principle from which the elements are evolved )



bhūtâdika [ bhUtAdika ]

mfn. beginning with the elements, the element etc. cf. RāmatUp.

( with ahaṃ-kāra ) = bhūtâdi m. n.



bhūtâdhipatí [ bhUtAdhipati ]

m. the lord of all beings cf. ŚBr.



bhūtânadyatana [ bhUtAnadyatana ]

m. not the current day in past time cf. Kāś. on cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 135



bhūtânukampā [ bhUtAnukampA ]

f. compassion towards all beings cf. Ragh



bhūtântaka [ bhUtAntaka ]

m. ' destroyer of beings ', the god of death cf. MBh.



bhūtâbhiṣaṅga [ bhUtAbhiSaGga ]

m. possession by evil spirits cf. Bhpr.



bhūtârabdha [ bhUtArabdha ]

mfn. formed from the elements

pl. ( ? n. ) all organic matter cf. Kull



bhūtâri [ bhUtAri ]

m. ' enemy of evil beings ', Asa Foetida cf. L.



bhūtârta [ bhUtArta ]

mfn. tormented by demons cf. L.



bhūtârtha [ bhUtArtha ]

m. anything that has really happened or really exists , real fact cf. Kāv. cf. Var. etc.

an element of life cf. MW.

-kathana n. ( cf. Rājat. ), -varṇna n. ( cf. ib. ), -vyāhṛti f. ( cf. Ragh. ) statement of facts

°thânubhava m. the apprehension of any matter of fact cf. Śaṃk



bhutârma [ bhutArma ]

n. cf. Pāṇ. 6-2, 91



bhūtâvāsa [ bhUtAvAsa ]

m. ' abode of beings ', N. of Viṣṇu and Śiva cf. MBh. cf. Hariv.

Terminalia Bellerica ( as the abode of evil beings ) cf. L.

the body ( as the abode of the elements ) cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.



bhūtâviṣṭa [ bhUtAviSTa ]

mfn. possessed by evil spirits cf. Lalit.



bhūtâveśa [ bhUtAveza ]

m. demoniac possession cf. L.



bhūtâsana [ bhUtAsana ]

n. ' seat of Bhūtas ', N. of a magic chariot cf. Kathās



bhūtechád [ bhUtechad ]

f. pl. N. of cf. AV. xx, 135, 11-13 cf. Vait



bhūtêjya [ bhUtejya ]

mfn. worshipping the Bhūtas or demons cf. Bhag. ( cf. bhūta-yajña )



bhūtêndriya-jayin [ bhUtendriyajayin ]

m. ' one who has subdued both the elements ( of the body ) and the senses ', a kind of ascetic or devotee cf. Cat.



bhūtêśa [ bhUteza ]

m. ' lord of beings ', N. of Brahmā or Kṛshṇa cf. MBh.

of the Sun cf. Hcat

' lord of evil beings ', N. of Śiva cf. BhP.



bhūtêśvara [ bhUtezvara ]

m. ' lord of ( evil ) beings ', N. of Śiva cf. Prab. cf. Rājat



bhūtêṣṭakā [ bhUteSTakA ]

f. a partic. kind of brick cf. TS.



bhūtêṣṭā [ bhUteSTA ]

f. ' liked by the Bhūtas ', N. of the 14th day of a halfmonth cf. L.



bhūtôḍḍāmara [ bhUtoDDAmara ]

m. or n. N. of a Tantra ( cf. bhūta- ḍāmara )



bhūt'-odana [ bhUtodana ]

m. a dish of rice ( eaten to counteract the influence of demons ) cf. R. cf. Suśr.



bhūtônmāda [ bhUtonmAda ]

m. insanity produced by the influence of evil spirits ( 20 kinds are enumerated). cf. ŚārṅgS.



bhūtôpadeśa [ bhUtopadeza ]

m. referring to anything already occurring or existing cf. L.



bhūtôpamā [ bhUtopamA ]

f. comparison with a living being or animal cf. Nir. iii, 16



bhūtôpasarga [ bhUtopasarga ]

m. possession by an evil spirit cf. Subh



bhutôpasṛṣṭa [ bhutopasRSTa ]

mfn. possessed by an evil spirit cf. ĀśvŚr.



bhūtôpahata [ bhUtopahata ]

mfn. id. cf. R.

-citta mfn. having the mind possessed by an evil spirit cf. ib.