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 bhága [ bhaga ]


p. 743, col. 2




bhága [ bhaga ]

m. ( ifc. f. ā and ī g. bahv-ādi ) ' dispenser ', gracious lord, patron ( applied to gods, esp. to Savitṛ ) cf. RV. cf. AV.

N. of an Āditya ( bestowing wealth and presiding over love and marriage, brother of the Dawn, regent of the Nakshatra Uttara-Phalgunī

Yāska enumerates him among the divinities of the highest sphere

according to a later legend his eyes were destroyed by Rudra ) cf. ib. etc.

the Nakshatra Uttara-Phalgunī cf. MBh. vi, 81

the sun cf. ib. iii, 146

the moon cf. L.

N. of a Rudra cf. MBh.

good fortune, happiness, welfare, prosperity cf. RV. cf. AV. cf. Br. cf. Yājñ. cf. BhP.

( ifc. f. ā ) dignity, majesty, distinction, excellence, beauty, loveliness cf. RV. cf. AV. cf. Br. cf. GṛS. cf. BhP.

( also n. cf. L. ) love, affection, sexual passion, amorous pleasure, dalliance cf. RV. cf. AV. cf. Br. cf. KātyŚr. cf. BhP.

( n. cf. L. ; ifc. f. ā ) the female organs, pudendum muliebre, vulva cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.

( ā ), f. in bhagā-nāmnī below

n. a partic. Muhūrta cf. Cat.

the perineum of males cf. L.

m. n. = yatna, prayatna, kīrti, yaśas, vairāgya, icchā, jñāna, mukti, mokṣa, dharma, śrī cf. L. [ Cf. Zd. bagha = Old Pers. baga

Gk. ? ; Slav. bog˘u, bogat˘u ; Lith. bagótas, na-bágas. ],



bhága-kāma [ bhagakAma ]

mf ( ā ) n. desirous of sexual pleasure cf. KātyŚr.



bhága-ghna [ bhagaghna ]

m. ' slayer of Bhaga ', N. of Śiva cf. MBh.



bhága-tti [ bhagatti ]

( bhága- ), f. ( for bh° + datti ) a gift of fortune cf. RV. ix, 63, 17



bhága-datta [ bhagadatta ]

m. ' given by Bhaga, N. of a prince of Prāg-jyotisha cf. MBh.

of a king of Kāmrūp cf. MW.



bhága-dā [ bhagadA ]

f. ' giving welfare ', N. of one of the Mātṛs attending on Skanda cf. MBh.



bhága-dāraṇa [ bhagadAraNa ]

n. a partic. disease cf. Hcat. ( cf. bhagaṃ-dara )



bhága-deva [ bhagadeva ]

mfn. ' whose god is the female organ ', lustful, a libertine cf. MBh.



bhága-devata [ bhagadevata ]

mf ( ā ) n. having Bhaga for a deity cf. R.

( ā ), f. a hymeneal divinity cf. W.



bhága-daivata [ bhagadaivata ]

mfn. = prec. mfn. ( with nakṣatra ) cf. MBh.

conferring conjugal felicity cf. ib.

n. the Nakshatra Uttara Phalgunī cf. ib.

-māsa m. the month Phālguna cf. ib.



bhága-dheya [ bhagadheya ]

m. N. of a man cf. VP.



bhága-nandā [ bhaganandA ]

f. N. of one of the Mātṛs attending on Skanda cf. MBh.



bhága-netra [ bhaganetra ]

( ibc. ), Bhaga's eyes

-ghna, -nipātana, -han, -hara ( cf. MBh. )

-hṛt ( cf. Suśr. )

°trântaka ( cf. L. ), °trâpahārin ( cf. Hariv. ), m. ' destroyer of Bhagas eyes ', N. of Śiva



bhága-ṃ-dara [ bhagaMdara ]

m. ' lacerating the vulva ', a fistula in the pudendum muliebre or in the anus etc. ( 5 to 8 forms enumerated ; bhaga-dāraṇa ). cf. Suśr. cf. ŚārṅgS. ( cf. Kāś. on cf. Pāṇ. 3-2, 41 )

N. of an ancient sage cf. Var



bhága-pura [ bhagapura ]

n. N. of the city of Multān cf. L.



bhága-bhakta [ bhagabhakta ]

( bhága- ), mfn. fortune-favoured, endowed with prosperity cf. RV. i, 24, 5



bhága-bhakṣaka [ bhagabhakSaka ]

m. ' living by the vulva ', a procurer, pander cf. L. -1



bhága-vat [ bhagavat ]

ind. like a vulva cf. Viṣṇ. cf. Sch. -2



bhága-vat [ bhagavat ]

mfn. below



bhága-vitta [ bhagavitta ]

m. N. of a man cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 90 cf. Sch.



bhága-vṛtti [ bhagavRtti ]

mfn. subsisting by the vulva cf. Nār



bhága-vedana [ bhagavedana ]

mfn. proclaiming connubial felicity cf. MBh. ( v.l. for -daivata )



bhága-han [ bhagahan ]

m. ' slayer of Bhaga ', N. of Śiva ( transferred to Viṣṇu ) cf. MBh. xiii, 7009



bhága-hārin [ bhagahArin ]

m. = -ghna cf. MBh.



bhagâkṣi-han [ bhagAkSihan ]

m. = bhaganetra-han cf. MBh.



bhagâṅka [ bhagAGka ]

m. the mark of the vulva ( as a brand ) cf. ib.

mf ( ā ) n. marked or branded with a vulva cf. ib.



bhagâṅkita [ bhagAGkita ]

mfn. = prec. mfn. cf. ib.



bhagâṅkura [ bhagAGkura ]

m. the clitoris cf. L.



bhagâdhāna [ bhagAdhAna ]

mfn. bestowing matrimonial felicity cf. Hariv.



bhagā-nāmnī [ bhagAnAmnI ]

f. having the name ' Bhagā ' cf. Kāṭh



bhagâsya [ bhagAsya ]

mfn. whose mouth is used as a vulva cf. Viṣṇ



bháge-'vita [ bhagevita ]

( = bhage + avita cf. Padap. ), satisfied with good fortune or prosperity cf. RV. x, 106, 8



bhagêśa [ bhageza ]

m. the lord of fortune or prosperity cf. ŚvetUp.