Related Sanskrit Words:
Derived Words in Other Languages:
भङ्ग bhaṅgá [ bhaGga ]
etc. See p. 744, col. 3
bhaṅgá [ bhaGga ]
mfn. breaking, bursting ( said of the Soma ) cf. RV. ix , 61, 13
m. breaking, splitting, dividing, shattering, breaking down or up cf. VS. etc.
a break or breach ( lit. and fig. ), disturbance, interruption , frustration, humiliation, abatement, downfall, decay, ruin, destruction cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.
fracture ( asthi-bh° )
paralysis, palsy cf. L.
knitting, contraction ( bhrū-bh° )
separation, analysis ( of words ) cf. Sāh
overthrow, rout, defeat ( also in a lawsuit ) cf. Hit. cf. Kām. cf. Yājñ. cf. Sch.
rejection, refusal cf. Kālid
refutation cf. Sarvad
panic, fear cf. Rājat
pain ( pārśva-bh° )
a piece broken off, morsel, fragment cf. Kālid. cf. Kād
a bend, fold, Sah. ( cf. vastra-bh° ) ; a wave cf. Ragh. cf. Gīt. [ cf. Lith. bangá ]
a water-course, channel cf. L.
fraud, deceit cf. L.
a tortuous course, roundabout way of speaking ( = or w.r. for bhaṅgi ) cf. Sarvad
toilet, fashion ( for bhaṅgi ? ) cf. Var
= gamana cf. L.
N. of a serpent-demon cf. MBh.
( with Buddhists ) the constant decay taking place in the universe, constant flux or change
( with Jainas ) a dialectical formula beginning with syāt, q.v.
( bhaṅgá ), m. hemp cf. AV.
( ā ), f. below
bhaṅgá-kara [ bhaGgakara ]
m. N. of two men ( sons of Avikshit and Sattrā-jit ) cf. MBh.
bhaṅgá-naya [ bhaGganaya ]
m. removal of obstacles cf. Col.
bhaṅgá-bhāj [ bhaGgabhAj ]
mfn. being broken cf. W.
bhaṅgá-vat [ bhaGgavat ]
mfn. ' having folds ' and ' having waves cf. Nāg
bhaṅgá-vāsā [ bhaGgavAsA ]
f. turmeric cf. L.
bhaṅgá-śravas [ bhaGgazravas ]
m. N. of a man cf. L.
bhaṅgá-sârtha [ bhaGgasArtha ]
mfn. deceitful, fraudulent cf. L.
bhaṅgâsura [ bhaGgAsura ]
m. N. of a man ( cf. bhāṅgāsuri )