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 bhaj [ bhaj ]


cl. I. P. Ā. ( cf. Dhātup. xxxiii, 29 ) bhájati, °te ( 2. sg. as Impv. bhakṣi cf. RV.

pf. P. babhā'ja Ā. bhejé cf. RV. etc.

2. sg. babhaktha cf. ŚBr.

bhejitha cf. Pāṇ. 6-4, 122

aor. P. 2. 3. sg. abhāk cf. RV. cf. Br.

abhākṣīt, °kṣus cf. BhP.

Subj. bhakṣat cf. RV.

Ā. ábhakṣi, °kta cf. RV. etc.

Prec. Ā. bhakṣīyá cf. RV.

3. sg. °kṣīṣṭa cf. Br.

°kṣīta cf. SV.

fut. bhakṣyati, °te cf. Br. etc.

bhajiṣyati, °te cf. MBh. etc.

bhaktā Gr.

inf. bhaktum cf. Br. etc.

bhajitum cf. MBh.

ind. p. bhaktvā cf. AV. etc., °tvāya cf. RV.

-bhajya and -bhā'jam cf. Br. ), to divide, distribute, allot or apportion to ( dat. or gen. ), share with ( instr. ) cf. RV. etc.

( Ā. ) to grant, bestow, furnish, supply cf. ib.

Ā. ( rarely P. ) to obtain as one's share, receive as ( two acc. ), partake of, enjoy ( also carnally ), possess, have ( acc., Ved. also gen. ) cf. ib.

( Ā., rarely P. ) to turn or resort to, engage in, assume ( as a form ), put on ( garments ), experience, incur, undergo, feel, go or fall into ( with acc., esp. of abstract noun, e.g. bhītim , to feel terror

nidrām, to fall asleep

maunam, to become silent ) cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

to pursue, practise, cultivate cf. Mn. cf. R. cf. Suśr.

to fall to the lot or share of ( acc. ) cf. MBh. cf. R. etc.

to declare for, prefer, choose ( e.g. as a servant ) cf. MBh.

to serve, honour, revere, love, adore cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc. : Caus. bhājáyate, °te ( aor. abībhajuḥ cf. ŚBr., ababhājat Gr. ), to divide cf. Sūryas

to deal out, distribute cf. Gaut

to cause any one ( acc. ) to partake of or enjoy ( acc. or gen. ) cf. RV. cf. ŚBr.

to put to flight, pursue, chase, drive into ( acc. ) cf. Bhaṭṭ.

to cook, dress ( food ) cf. Vop. : Desid. bibhakṣati, °te cf. MBh. ( cf. √ bhikṣ ) : Intens. bābhajyate, bābhakti , Gṛ. [ Cf. Gk. ? ; Lat. fāgus ; Goth. Old S. bo1k ; Germ. Buch, Buchstabe ; Eng. buck-, beech. ]