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चक्षुर्

cakṣur [ cakSur ]


in comp. for °kṣus.




cakṣur-apêta [ cakSurapeta ]

mfn. one who has lost his eyes, blind, KaushUp.



cakṣur-indriya [ cakSurindriya ]

n. the organ of sight, Suśr.



cakṣur-gocara [ cakSurgocara ]

mfn. coming within the range of the eye, W.



cakṣur-grahaṇa [ cakSurgrahaNa ]

n. morbid affection of the eyes, v, 4.



cakṣur-dā' [ cakSurdA ]

mfn. giving sight, VS. iv, 3.



cakṣur-dāna [ cakSurdAna ]

n. ' gift of sight ', the ceremony of anointing the eyes of an image at the time of consecration, W.



cakṣur-nimita [ cakSurnimita ]

( cákṣ° ), mfn. fixed by ( a measure taken by ) the eye, TBr. i, 1, 4, 1.



cakṣur-nirodha [ cakSurnirodha ]

m. ( = °kSu-n° ) a cover or a hindrance for the eyesight, Āp. ( v.l. ), Yājñ. ii, 26, Sch.



cakṣur-bahala [ cakSurbahala ]

m. Odina pinnata, L.



cakṣur-bhṛ't [ cakSurbhRt ]

mfn. promoting sight, ŚBr. viii.



cakṣur-mantra [ cakSurmantra ]

( cákṣ° ), mfn. bewitching with the eye, AV. ii, 7, 5, xix, 45, 1.



cakṣur-máya [ cakSurmaya ]

mfn. resembling the eye, ŚBr. x, xiv.



cakṣur-mala [ cakSurmala ]

n. the excretion of the eyes, Buddh. L.



cakṣur-mukha [ cakSurmukha ]

( cákṣ° ), mfn. having eyes in the mouth ( ? ), Suparṇ. xxiv, 2.



cakṣur-muṣ [ cakSurmuS ]

mfn. ' robbing the sight ', blinding the eyes, MBh. xii, 12705.



cakṣur-loka [ cakSurloka ]

( cákṣ° ), mfn. seeing with the eyes, ŚBr. xiv, 6, 9.



cakṣur-ványa [ cakSurvanya ]

mfn. suffering from disease of the eyes, TS. ii , 3, 8, 1.



cakṣur-vardhanikā [ cakSurvardhanikA ]

f. ' refreshing the eyes ', N. of a river, MBh. vi, 433.



cakṣur-vahana [ cakSurvahana ]

m. = -bahala, L.



cakṣur-viṣaya [ cakSurviSaya ]

m. the range of sight, ŚāṅkhŚr. Mn. ii, 198 ( loc. e, ' in the presence of ' )

a visible object, W.



cakṣur-han [ cakSurhan ]

m ( acc. -haṇam; nom. pl. -hanas ) fn. killing with a look, MBh. vi f. xiii.