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भव
 bhavá [ bhava ]


m. ( √ bhū ) coming info existence, birth, production, origin ( = bhāva, Vop.; ifc., with f. ā= arising or produced from, being in, relating to ) Yājñ. MBh. Kāv. etc.

becoming, turning into ( comp. ), Kāṭh.

being, state of being, existence, life ( = sat-tā L. ) ŚārṅgP. ( bhavântara )

worldly existence, the world ( = saṃsāra cf. L. ) cf. Kāv. cf. Pur.

( with Buddhists ) continuity of becoming ( a link in the twelvefold chain of causation ) cf. Dharmas. 42 ( cf. MWB. 102 )

well-being, prosperity, welfare, excellence ( = śreyas cf. L. ) cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

obtaining, acquisition ( = āpti, prâpti ) cf. L.

a god, deity. cf. W.

N. of Agni cf. ŚBr.

of a deity attending on Rudra and frequently connected with Śarva ( later N. of Śiva or a form of Śiva

or N. of a Rudra, and as such of the number 11 or of the 11th lunar mansion cf. Gol. cf. Var. cf. Sch.

du. bhavau= Bhava i.e. Śiva and his wife Bhavānī cf. BhP. ; Vām. v, 2, 1 ). cf. AV. etc.

of the 1st and 4th Kalpa cf. Cat.

of a Sādhya cf. VP.

of a king cf. MBh.

of a son of Pratihartṛ cf. VP.

of Viloman cf. ib.

of a rich man cf. Buddh.

of an author cf. Cat.

n. the fruit of Dillenia Speciosa cf. L.

= bhavya, bhaviṣya, bhāvana cf. L.




bhavá-kalpa [ bhavakalpa ]

m. N. of a partic. Kalpa cf. VāyuP.



bhavá-kāntāra [ bhavakAntAra ]

m. or n. ( ? ) the wilderness of worldly existence cf. L.



bhavá-ketu [ bhavaketu ]

m. N. of a partic. phenomenon in the sky cf. Var



bhavá-kṣiti [ bhavakSiti ]

f. the place of birth cf. BhP.



bhavá-khāmi [ bhavakhAmi ]

( ? ), m. N. of a man cf. Rājat. ( prob. w.r. for -svāmin, q.v. )



bhavá-grāmīṇa-vādyôkta [ bhavagrAmINavAdyokta ]

m. N. of a poet cf. Cat.



bhavá-ghasmara [ bhavaghasmara ]

m. a forest conflagration cf. L.



bhavá-candra [ bhavacandra ]

m. N. of a man cf. Cat.



bhavá-cchid [ bhavacchid ]

mfn. preventing births or transmigration cf. Kāv. cf. BhP.



bhavá-cchada [ bhavacchada ]

m. prevention of births or transmigration cf. Śiś.

N. of a Grāma cf. Rājat



bhavá-jala [ bhavajala ]

n. the water ( or ocean ) of worldly existence cf. Kāv



bhavá-trāta [ bhavatrAta ]

m. N. of an ancient teacher cf. VBr.

of a son of Bhava cf. Buddh.



bhavá-datta [ bhavadatta ]

m. N. of a man cf. HPariś

of the author of Comms. on cf. Naish. and cf. Śiś.



bhavá-dā [ bhavadA ]

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



bhavá-dāru [ bhavadAru ]

n. = devadāru, Pinus Deodora cf. L.



bhavá-deva [ bhavadeva ]

m. N. of various authors ( also with paṇḍita kavi , bāla-valabhī-bhujaṃga, bhaṭṭa and miśra ) cf. Cat.



bhavá-nanda [ bhavananda ]

m. N. of an actor cf. Kathās



bhavá-nandana [ bhavanandana ]

m. patr. of Skanda cf. Vās



bhavá-nandin [ bhavanandin ]

m. N. of a man cf. Buddh.



bhavá-nāga [ bhavanAga ]

m. N. of an author cf. Cat.



bhavá-nātha [ bhavanAtha ]

m. N. of an author ( also with ṭhakkura, mahā-mahôpâdhyāya and miśra ) cf. Cat.



bhavá-nāśinī [ bhavanAzinI ]

f. ' destroying worldly existence ', N. of the river Sarayū cf. Pur.



bhavá-nigaḍa-nibandha-cchedana [ bhavanigaDanibandhacchedana ]

mf ( ī ) n. ( cf. Pañcar. ) or destroying the chains and fetters of worldly existence



bhavá-nigaḍa-nibandha-cchedha-vināśin [ bhavanigaDanibandhacchedhavinAzin ]

( cf. MW. ), mfn. destroying the chains and fetters of worldly existence



bhavá-nibandhavināśin [ bhavanibandhavinAzin ]

mfn. ' destroying the fetters of worldly existence ' cf. RāmatUp.



bhavá-pratisaṃdhi [ bhavapratisaMdhi ]

m. entering into existence cf. L.



bhavá-bandhêśa [ bhavabandheza ]

m. ' lord of the fetters of worldly existence ' , N. of Śiva cf. Pañcar.



bhavá-bhaṅga [ bhavabhaGga ]

m. annihilation of worldly existence, delivery from births or transmigration cf. Hcat



bhavá-bhāj [ bhavabhAj ]

mfn. partaking of worldly existence, living cf. W.



bhavá-bhāva [ bhavabhAva ]

m. love of worldly existence, NīlarUp. ( cf. -manyu )



bhavá-bhāvana [ bhavabhAvana ]

mfn. conferring welfare cf. BhP.

m. ' author of existence ', N. of Viṣṇu cf. MW.

( ā ), f. ( ifc. ) regarding anything as good fortune, Śāntiś



bhavá-bhīta [ bhavabhIta ]

m. N. of a poet cf. Cat. ( lit. = next )



bhavá-bhīru [ bhavabhIru ]

mfn. afraid of worldly existence or re- birth cf. Siṉhâs



bhavá-bhūta [ bhavabhUta ]

mfn. being the origin or the source of all being cf. ŚvetUp.



bhavá-bhūti [ bhavabhUti ]

f. welfare, prosperity cf. AgP. cf. Hcat

m. N. of a celebrated poet ( who lived in the 8th century A. D., author of the 3 dramas Mālatīmādhava, Mahā-vīra-carita or Vīra-carita , and Uttararāma-carita ; IW. 499 ).



bhavá-bhoga [ bhavabhoga ]

( ibc. ) the pleasures or enjoyments of the world, Śāntiś



bhavá-manyu [ bhavamanyu ]

m. resentment against the world, NīlarUp. ( cf. bhāva )



bhavá-maya [ bhavamaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. consisting of or produced from Śiva cf. MBh.



bhavá-mocana [ bhavamocana ]

m. ' releasing from worldly existence ', N. of Kṛshṇa cf. Gīt.



bhavá-rasa [ bhavarasa ]

m. delight in worldly existence cf. Siṉhâs



bhavá-rud [ bhavarud ]

a drum played at funeral ceremonies cf. L.



bhavá-lābha-lobha-satkāra-parāṅmukha [ bhavalAbhalobhasatkAraparAGmukha ]

mfn. averse to the benefit ( and ) to the longing for attainment of worldly existence ( said of a Buddhist convert ) cf. Divyâv



bhavá-vāri-nidhi [ bhavavArinidhi ]

m. = bhavajala cf. Vcar.



bhavá-viti [ bhavaviti ]

f. liberation from the world, cessation of worldly acts cf. Kir



bhavá-vyaya [ bhavavyaya ]

m. du. birth and dissolution cf. Bhag.



bhavá-vrata-dhara [ bhavavratadhara ]

mfn. devoted to Śiva, a worshipper of Śiva cf. BhP.



bhavá-śarman [ bhavazarman ]

m. N. of a man cf. Kathās

of an author ( and minister of king Nṛ-siṃha of Mithilā ) cf. Cat.



bhavá-śekhara [ bhavazekhara ]

m. ' Śiva's crest ', the moon, Pracaṇḍ



bhavá-saṃśodhana [ bhavasaMzodhana ]

m. a partic. Samādhi cf. Kāraṇḍ



bhavá-saṃkrānti [ bhavasaMkrAnti ]

f. N. of a Buddhist Sūtra



bhavá-saṅgin [ bhavasaGgin ]

mfn. attached to worldly existence cf. Hcat



bhavá-saṃtati [ bhavasaMtati ]

f. an uninterrupted series of births and transmigrations cf. Vcar.



bhavá-samudra [ bhavasamudra ]

( A. ),



bhavá-sāgara [ bhavasAgara ]

( Sinh^as. ), m. the ocean of worldly existence



bhavá-sāyujya [ bhavasAyujya ]

n. union with Śiva ( after death ) cf. MBh.



bhavá-sāra [ bhavasAra ]

( cf. Ml. ),



bhavá-sindhu [ bhavasindhu ]

( cf. BhP. ), m. = -jala



bhavá-svāmin [ bhavasvAmin ]

m. N. of a man cf. VBr.

of various authors cf. Cat.



bhavâgra [ bhavAgra ]

n. the farthest end of the world cf. Buddh.



bhavâṅgaṇa [ bhavAGgaNa ]

n. the court of a Śiva temple cf. Hcat



bhavâcala [ bhavAcala ]

m. N. of a mountain cf. MārkP.



bhavâtiga [ bhavAtiga ]

mfn. one who has overcome worldly existence cf. Pañcar.



bhavâtmaja [ bhavAtmaja ]

m. ' Bhava's i.e. Śiva's son ', N. of Gaṇ^eśa or Kārttikeya cf. A.

( ā ), f. N. of the goddess Manasā cf. L.



bhavânanda [ bhavAnanda ]

m. N. of various authors ( also with śarman and siddhânta-vāg-īśa ) cf. Cat.

( ī ), f. N. of Bhava's cf. Comm. on the Tattva-cintāmaṇi-dīdhiti

°dī-prakāśa and -pradīpa m. N. of Comms. on it

°dīya n. °dīya-khaṇḍana n. -vyākhyā f. and saṃgraha - m. N. of wks.



bhavânta-kṛt [ bhavAntakRt ]

m. ' destroying worldly existence ', N. of Brahmā or of a Buddha cf. L.



bhavântara [ bhavAntara ]

n. another existence ( a former existence cf. KātyŚr.

a later existence cf. Pañcar. )

-prâpti-mat mfn. one who has obtained another existence cf. Sarvad



bhavâbdhi [ bhavAbdhi ]

m. the ocean of worldly existence, Śāntiś

-nāvi-navika m. a pilot on the boat ( which crosses ) the ocean of worldly existence cf. Pañcar.



bhavâbhava [ bhavAbhava ]

m. du. existence and non-existence

prosperity and adversity cf. MW.



bhavâbhāva [ bhavAbhAva ]

m. non-existence of the world cf. W.



bhavâbhibhāvin [ bhavAbhibhAvin ]

mfn. overcoming the worldly cf. ib.



bhavâmbudhi [ bhavAmbudhi ]

( A. ),



bhavâmbu-rāśi [ bhavAmburAzi ]

( cf. Bhartṛ. ), m. = bhavâbdhi



bhavâyanā [ bhavAyanA ]

( or °nī ), f. ' coming from Śiva ', N. of the Ganges cf. L.



bhavâraṇya [ bhavAraNya ]

n. = °vakāntāra, Śāntiś



bhavâri [ bhavAri ]

m. an enemy of worldly existence cf. RāmatUp.

an enemy of Śiva cf. Nalac



bhavā-rudrá [ bhavArudra ]

m. du. Bhava and Rudra cf. AV.



bhavârṇava [ bhavArNava ]

m. = bhavâbdhi cf. Pañcar.



bhavârta [ bhavArta ]

m. sick of worldly existence cf. MW.



bhavāśarvá [ bhavAzarva ]

m. du. Bhava and Śarva cf. AV.

°rvīya mfn. relating to them cf. AV. Pariś



bhavêśa [ bhaveza ]

m. ' lord of worldly existence ', N. of Śiva cf. Pañcar.

of a king ( father of Hara-siṃha ) cf. Cat.

of two authors cf. ib.



bhavôccheda [ bhavoccheda ]

m. = °va-ccheda cf. R.



bhavôttāraka [ bhavottAraka ]

m. a partic. Samādhi cf. Kāraṇḍ



bhavôdadhi [ bhavodadhi ]

m. = bhavâbdhi cf. Vcar.



bhavôdbhava [ bhavodbhava ]

m. N. of Śiva cf. Kir



bhava [ bhava ]




bhavat [ bhavat ]




bhavita [ bhavita ]

etc. p. 748 etc.