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भ्रम्

भ्रम्
 bhram [ bhram ]


cl. 1. P. ( cf. Dhātup. xx, 20 ) bhramati ( ep. also °te ) and cl. 4. P. ( xxvi, 96 ), bhr˘āmyati ( Pot. bhramyāt cf. PārGṛ.

pf. babhrāma, 3. pl. babhramuḥ or bhremuḥ cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

fut. bhramitā Gr.

bhramiṣyati cf. MBh.

aor. abhramīt cf. ib.

inf. bhramitum or bhrāntum cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

ind. p. bhramitvā, bhrāntvā, -bhr˘āmya cf. ib. ), to wander or roam about, rove, ramble ( with deśam, to wander through or over a country

with bhikṣām, go about begging ) cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

to fly about ( as bees ) cf. Kāv. cf. Var

to roll about ( as the eyes ) cf. Kāvyâd

to wag ( as the tongue ) cf. ŚārṅgP.

to quiver ( as the foetus in the womb ) cf. BhP.

to move to and fro or unsteadily, flicker, flutter, reel, totter cf. ŚBr. cf. Kālid. cf. Pur.

to move round, circulate, revolve ( as stars ) cf. MBh. cf. Hariv. cf. Sūryas

to spread, be current ( as news ) cf. Daś

to waver, be perplexed, doubt, err cf. Bhag. cf. Pur. cf. Siddh. : Pass. aor. abhrāmi ( impers., with te, ' you have wandered or roamed about ' ) cf. R. : Caus. bhr˘āmayati ( m. c. also °te

aor. abibhramat : Pass. bhr˘āmyate ), to cause to wander or roam, drive or move about, agitate cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

( with paṭaham or °ha-ghoṣaṇām ), to move a drum about, proclaim by beat of drum cf. Kathās

to cause to move or turn round or revolve, swing, brandish cf. Up. cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

to drive through ( acc. ) in a chariot cf. Cat.

to disarrange cf. Kauś

to cause to err, confuse cf. Hariv. cf. MārkP.

to move or roam about ( aor. ) abibhramat

B. ababhramat ) cf. R. : Desid. bibhramiṣati Gr. : Intens. bambhramīti, bambhramyate ( also with pass. meaning ) and bambhrānti ( only Gr. ), to roam about repeatedly or frequently, wander through, circumambulate cf. Hariv. cf. Var. cf. Śatr. [ Cf. Gk. ? ; Lat. fremere ; Germ. bre10men, brimmen, brummen ; Eng. brim, brim-stone. ]