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catur [ catur ]


°tvā'ras m. pl., °tvā'ri n. pl., 4 ( acc. m. °túras instr. °túrbhis [ for f. cf. R. iv, 39, 33 ], gen. °turṇā'm abl. °túrbhyas

class. instr., dat., abl., and loc. also oxyt. cf. Pāṇ. 6-1, 180 f.

ifc. cf. Kāś. and cf. Siddh. on cf. Pāṇ. 7-1, 55 and 98 ff

for f. See cátasṛ )

[ cf. τέσσαρες, τέτταρες, Aeol. πίσυρες ; Goth. fidvor ; Lat. quatuor ; Cambro-Brit. pedwar, pedair ; Hib. ceatkair ; Lith. keturi ; Slav. cetyrje. ]




catur-aṃśa-vat [ caturaMzavat ]

mfn. consisting of 4 parts cf. Jyot



catur-akṣá [ caturakSa ]

mf ( ī' ) n. ' four-eyed cf. RV. i, 31, 13 ; x , 14, 10f. cf. AV. cf. TS. v cf. ŚBr. xiii cf. ŚāṅkhBr. iii, 5 cf. KātyŚr.



catur-akṣara [ caturakSara ]

( cát° ), mfn. consisting of 4 syllables cf. VS. ix, 31 cf. ŚBr. iv, 1 and 3

n. a combination of 4 syllables cf. ŚāṅkhŚr. cf. Lāṭy. cf. RPrāt. cf. BhP. vi, 2, 8

-śas ind. in numbers of 4 syllables cf. Lāṭy



catur-agni-vat [ caturagnivat ]

mfn. having 4 fires cf. Pāṇ. 8-2, 15 cf. Pat.



catur-aṅga [ caturaGga ]

( cát° ), mfn. having 4 limbs ( or extremities ) cf. RV. x, 92, 11 cf. ŚBr. xii

( with bala, an army ) comprising ( 4 parts, viz. ) elephants, chariots, cavalry, and infantry cf. MBh. iii, 790 cf. R. ii, 51, 7

m. Cucumis utilissimus ( ? ) cf. L.

N. of a son of Roma- or Loma-pāda cf. Hariv. 1697 f. cf. BhP. ix , 23, 10

n. ( scil. bala ) = °ṅga-bala cf. AV. Pariś. cf. MBh. ix , 446

a kind of chess ( played by 4 parties ) cf. Tithyād

( ā ), f. ( scil. senā ) = °ṅga-bala cf. AV. Pariś

-krīḍā f. playing at chess

-bala n. an entire army ( comprising elephants, chariots, cavalry, and infantry ) cf. MBh. iii, 660 cf. R. cf. Kathās. iii, 76

-balâdhipatya n. command of a complete army, Śṛṅgār

-balâdhyakṣa m. the commander-in-chief of a complete army cf. L.

-vinoda m. N. of wk.

-sainya n. = -bala cf. W.



catur-aṅgin [ caturaGgin ]

mfn. ( = °ṅga

with bala or vāhinī, an army ) comprising elephants, chariots, cavalry, and infantry cf. MBh. i, iv f. cf. R. i, iii

( iṇī ), f. ( scil. vāhinī ) = °ṅga-bala cf. BhP. i , 10, 32



catur-aṅgulá [ caturaGgula ]

n. 4 fingers of the hand ( without the thumb ) cf. ŚāṅkhŚr. xvii, 10, 6f. ; 4 fingers broad, 4 inches cf. ŚBr. x, 2, 2, 4 cf. KātyŚr. cf. Kauś. 26

m. Cathartocarpus fistula cf. Car. vii, 8 cf. Suśr. i, iv

-paryavanaddha mfn. overgrown with that plant cf. Divyâv. viii



catur-aṇuka [ caturaNuka ]

n. an aggregate of 4 atoms cf. Bādar. ii, 2, 11 cf. Sch.



catur-adhyāyika [ caturadhyAyika ]

n. ' consisting of 4 Adhyāyas ', N. of Śaunaka's



catur-adhyāyikā [ caturadhyAyikA ]

f. ' consisting of 4 Adhyāyas ', N. of Śaunaka's



catur-adhyāyī [ caturadhyAyI ]

f. ' consisting of 4 Adhyāyas ', N. of Śaunaka's cf. APrāt.



catur-anīka [ caturanIka ]

( cát° ), mfn. four-faced ( Varuṇa ) cf. RV. v , 48, 5



catur-anugāna [ caturanugAna ]

n. N. of a Sāman.



catur-anta [ caturanta ]

mf ( ā ) n. bordered on all 4 sides ( the earth ) cf. MBh. i, 2801 and 3100 cf. R. ii, v cf. Śak. iv, 20

( ā ), f. ' the earth ', in comp. °têśa m. ' earth-lord ', a king cf. Ragh. x, 86 ( or catur-antêśa = -dig-īśa, q.v. cf. Sch. )



catur-amla [ caturamla ]

n. 4 sour substances ( viz. amlavetasa, vṛkṣâmla, bṛhaj-jambīra, and nimbaka ) cf. Bhpr.



catur-artha [ caturartha ]

mf ( ā ) n. having 4 meanings cf. L.



catur-avattá [ caturavatta ]

n. ( ava-√ do ) ' 4 times cut off or taken up, consisting of 4 Avadānas ', 4 Avadānas cf. TS. ii cf. ŚBr. i cf. KātyŚr. iii



catur-avattin [ caturavattin ]

mfn. one who offers oblations consisting of 4 Avadānas cf. AitBr. ii, 14, 3 cf. Gobh. cf. KātyŚr. cf. Sch.



catur-avarârdhya [ caturavarArdhya ]

mfn. at least 4 cf. Gobh. iv, 2, 6



catur-aśīta [ caturazIta ]

mfn. the 84th ( ch. of cf. MBh. )



catur-aśīti [ caturazIti ]

f. 84 cf. VarBṛS. lxxvii, 30

-tama mfn. the 84th ( ch. of cf. R. )

-yogâdhyāya m. ' containing 84 chapters on the Yoga ', N. of a work

-sāhasra mfn. numbering 84000 cf. MārkP. liv, 15



catur-aśra [ caturazra ]

mf ( ā ) n. four-cornered, quadrangular cf. KātyŚr. cf. Kauś. cf. Pāṇ. 5-4, 120 cf. Hariv. 12378 etc.

regular cf. Jain. cf. Kum. i, 32 ( cf. Vām. v, 2, 60 )

m. a quadrangular figure

a square cf. W.

( in astron. ) N. of the 4th and 8th lunar mansions cf. Laghuj

( in music ) a kind of measure

( scil. hasta ) a particular position of the hands ( in dancing )

( pl. ) N. of various Ketus cf. VarBṛS. xi, 25

n. a particular posture ( in dancing ) cf. Vikr. iv, 41/42 cf. Sch.

-tā f. regularity, harmony cf. Kām

°śrī-√ kṛ, to make quadrangular cf. Hcat. cf. AgP. cf. KātyŚr. cf. Sch.



catur-aśraka [ caturazraka ]

mf ( ā ) n. four-cornered, forming a quadrangular figure cf. Hcat. cf. AgP. xliii, 27

m. a particular posture ( in dancing ) cf. Vikr. iv, 41/42



catur-aśri [ caturazri ]

( cát° ), mfn. quadrangular cf. RV. i, 152, 2 ; iv, 22, 2



catur-áṣṭaka [ caturaSTaka ]

mfn. having 4 days called Ashṭakās cf. Gobh. iii, 10, 4



catur-asra [ caturasra ]




catur-asraka [ caturasraka ]

for -aśr°



catur-ahá [ caturaha ]

m. a period of 4 days cf. ŚBr. iii, 4, 4, 27 cf. KātyŚr. xiii

a Soma sacrifice lasting 4 days cf. ŚBr. xii, 2, 2, 12 cf. KātyŚr. xxiii f. cf. Vait. xl f. ( cf. atri-c°. )



catur-ātman [ caturAtman ]

mfn. representing 4 persons, having 4 faces or shapes cf. Hariv. 12884 ( Viṣṇu ) cf. NṛsUp. cf. Rājat. iv, 507 and v , 25 ( Keśava )



catur-ādhyāyika [ caturAdhyAyika ]




catur-ādhyāyikā [ caturAdhyAyikA ]




catur-ādhyāyī [ caturAdhyAyI ]

for -adh°



catur-ānana [ caturAnana ]

m. ' four-faced ', Brahmā cf. VarBṛS. vci, 16 cf. BhP. v, 1, 30 cf. Kathās. xxiv



catur-āśramin [ caturAzramin ]

mfn. passing the 4 stages of a Brāhman's life cf. MBh. vii, 78, 27



catur-āśramya [ caturAzramya ]

for cāt°



catur-iḍas-pada-stobha [ caturiDaspadastobha ]

m. ( cf. iḍas-padé ) N. of a Sāman



catur-indriya [ caturindriya ]

mfn. having 4 senses ( a class of animals ) cf. Jain.



catur-uttará [ caturuttara ]

mfn. increasing by 4 cf. AitBr. viii, 6 cf. ŚBr. x , xii f. cf. RPrāt.

-stoma m. with gotamasya, N. of an Ek^aha cf. ŚāṅkhŚr. xiv



catur-uṣṭra [ caturuSTra ]

n. the 4 substances taken from a camel cf. Suśr. vi



catur-ūdhnī [ caturUdhnI ]

f. ( Aditi ) having 4 udders cf. Kāṭh. xxx, 4



catur-ūrdhva-pad [ caturUrdhvapad ]

m. ( nom. -pād ) ' having 4 feet more ( than other animals ) ', the fabulous animal Śarabha ( with 8 legs ) cf. Gal.



catur-ūṣaṇa [ caturUSaNa ]

n. the 4 hot spices ( black and long pepper, dry ginger, and the root of long pepper ; -jāta and try-ūṣ° ). cf. Bhpr. v



catur-ṛcá [ caturRca ]

mfn. possessing 4 Ṛc verses, i.e. obtaining the merit suggested by them cf. SaṃhUp.

n. a hymn consisting of 4 verses cf. AV. xix, 23, 1



catur-ṛddhi-pāda-caraṇa-tala-supratiṣṭhita [ caturRddhipAdacaraNatalasupratiSThita ]

mfn. well-established on the soles of the feet of the supernatural power ( Buddha ) cf. Divyâv. viii f.



catur-oghôttīrṇa [ caturoghottIrNa ]

mfn. one who has passed across the 4 floods ( Buddha ) cf. ib. and xix, 51



catur-gaṇa [ caturgaNa ]

m. a series of 4



catur-gati [ caturgati ]

mfn. having 4 kinds of going cf. R. ( B. ) v, 35, 19

' going on 4 feet ', a tortoise cf. L.



catur-gandha [ caturgandha ]

mfn. fragrant on 4 sides cf. R. v, 32, 12 ( v.l. -vyaṅga )



catur-gava [ caturgava ]

n. a carriage drawn by 4 oxen cf. KātyŚr. xxii



catur-guṇa [ caturguNa ]

( cát° ), mf ( ā ) n. fourfold cf. ŚBr. iii , 3, 2, 9 cf. Hit.

tied with 4 strings ( the upper garment ) cf. Divyâv. vi, 46



catur-gṛhītá [ caturgRhIta ]

n. taken up or ladled out ( as a fluid ) 4 times, taking up ( any fluid ) 4 times cf. ŚBr. iii f. cf. KātyŚr.



catur-gṛhītin [ caturgRhItin ]

mfn. one who has taken up ( any fluid ) 4 times cf. Lāṭy. iii, 2, 6 cf. Sch.



catur-grāma [ caturgrAma ]

' containing 4 villages ', N. of a country



catur-jāta [ caturjAta ]

n. = cāt° cf. L.



catur-jātaka [ caturjAtaka ]

n. id. cf. Suśr. cf. KātyŚr. xix cf. Sch.



catur-ṇavata [ caturNavata ]

mfn. ( = °nav° ) the 94th cf. W.

( with śata, 100 ) + 94 cf. KātyŚr. xvi



catur-daṃṣṭra [ caturdaMSTra ]

( cát° ), mfn. having 4 tusks cf. AV. xi, 9 , 17 cf. MBh. cf. R. v

m. a beast of prey cf. Gal.

Viṣṇu cf. L.

N. of an attendant of Skanda cf. MBh. ix, 2564

of a Dānava cf. Hariv. 12935



catur-dat [ caturdat ]

m (nom. -dan ) fn. four-toothed cf. Pāṇ. 5-4, 141 cf. Kāś



catur-danta [ caturdanta ]

mfn. ' having 4 tusks ', Indra's elephant Airāvata cf. L.

N. of an elephant cf. Pañcat. iii, 1, 0/1 cf. Kathās. lxii, 30



catur-dala [ caturdala ]

m. ' four-leaved ', Marsilea quadrifolia cf. Npr.



catur-daśá [ caturdaza ]

mf ( ī ) n. the 14th cf. Yājñ. ii, 113 cf. R. ii cf. BhP. i, 3, 18

consisting of 14 cf. VS. ix, 34 cf. ŚāṅkhŚr. ix, xiv cf. RPrāt. xvii, 19

( ī ), f. ( scil. rātri ) the 14th day in a lunar fortnight cf. ŚāṅkhGṛ. ii ; iv, 7 cf. ĀśvGṛ. ii, 3 cf. Mn. cf. MBh. cf. Kathās

°śī-śānti f. N. of wk.



catur-daśaka [ caturdazaka ]

mfn. the 14th cf. MBh. i, 4334



catur-daśan [ caturdazan ]

( cát° ), a pl. ( loc. °śásu cf. ŚBr. ix, 3, 2, 8 ) 14 cf. RV. x, 114, 7 cf. ŚBr. cf. KātyŚr. ; [ cf. Lat. quatuordecim ; Lith. keturo1lika ]

°śa-guṇa mfn. having 14 merits, cf. Sch. on cf. R. ( B. ) iv , 54, 2 and cf. MBh. ii, 5, 21

°śa-guṇa-nāman n. pl. N. of wk.

°śa-guṇa-sthāna n. N. of wk.

°śa-dhā' ind. fourteen-fold cf. ŚBr. x, 4, 2, 11 cf. BhP. v, 26, 38

°śamata-viveka m. ' disquisition on the 14 philos. systems ' , N. of wk. by Śaṃkara

°śa-rātra m. a Soma sacrifice lasting 14 days cf. ĀśvŚr. xi, 2, 6

°śa-rcá n. a hymn consisting of 14 verses cf. AV. xix, 23, 11

°śa-vidha mfn. fourteen-fold cf. KapS. vi, 19 cf. Sch.

°śa-sama-dvandva mfn. having the 14 paired parts of the body symmetric cf. R. ( B. ) v, 35, 19

°śa-svapana-vicāra m. ' disquisition on the 14 kinds of sleep ', N. of wk.

°śâkṣara ( cát° ), mfn. having 14 syllables cf. VS. ix , 34



catur-daśama [ caturdazama ]

mfn. = °śaka cf. BhP. viii, 13, 34



catur-daśika [ caturdazika ]

( fr. °śī ), a feast on the 14th day of a lunar fortnight cf. Buddh. cf. L.



catur-daśī [ caturdazI ]

See °śá



catur-dārikā [ caturdArikA ]

f. N. of cf. Kathās. xxivxxvi



catur-dik-kam [ caturdikkam ]

ind. towards the 4 quarters, on all sides, all around, cvii, 23

cxviii, 86



catur-dikṣu [ caturdikSu ]

( loc. pl. ) ind. id. cf. W.



catur-diśam [ caturdizam ]

ind. id. cf. MBh. ii, 570 cf. BhP. v



catur-daiva [ caturdaiva ]

mfn. for cāt° cf. Hariv. ii, 58, 17 cf. Sch.



catur-dola [ caturdola ]

m. n. a royal litter cf. Bhoj.



catur-dos [ caturdos ]

mfn. four-armed cf. Naish. vii, 65



catur-dvāra [ caturdvAra ]

mf ( ā ) n. having 4 doors or openings cf. MBh. xii, 269, 23 ( said of the puruṣa ) cf. Pañcad

-mukha mf ( ī ) n. having 4 doors as mouths cf. Ragh. xv , 60



catur-dvīpacakravartin [ caturdvIpacakravartin ]

m. the sovereign of the 4 Dvīpas cf. SaddhP. i



catur-dhara [ caturdhara ]

m. N. of a family or race



catur-dhā' [ caturdhA ]

ind. in 4 parts, fourfold cf. RV. iv, 35, 2 f. cf. AV. cf. TS. ii cf. ŚBr. cf. MBh. cf. BhP.

[ cf. τέτραχα ; Hib. ceathardha ]

-karaṇa n. dividing into 4 parts cf. Nyāyam. cf. Sch.

-√ kṛ, to divide into 4 parts cf. ib.

-√ bhū, to be divided into 4 parts cf. AV. x, 10, 29

-vihitá mfn. divided into 4 parts cf. ŚBr. i

-śānti f. a religious ceremony performed at the time of making the stated offerings to deceased ancestors cf. W.



catur-dhātu [ caturdhAtu ]

mfn. fourfold ( a term in music )



catur-dhārin [ caturdhArin ]

m. Cissus quadrangularis cf. Npr.



catur-navata [ caturnavata ]

mfn. ( = -ṇav° ) the 94th ( a ch. of cf. MBh. )



catur-navati [ caturnavati ]

f. 94, in comp. -tama mfn. the 94th ( a ch. of cf. R. )



catur-nidhana [ caturnidhana ]

( cát° ), mfn. consisting of 4 concluding passages cf. ŚBr. xii, 8, 3, 26



catur-netṛ [ caturnetR ]

mfn. bringing near the 4 objects desired for by men cf. Hariv. ii, 121, 16



catur-bāhu [ caturbAhu ]

mfn. four-armed cf. Pañcat. v, 8, 8/9

( Viṣṇu ) cf. BhP. viii, 17, 4

m. N. of Śiva



catur-bila [ caturbila ]

( cát° ), mfn. having 4 openings cf. AV. xviii, 4, 30

( said of an udder ) cf. ŚāṅkhGṛ. and cf. ĀśvGṛ. ii, 10



catur-bīja [ caturbIja ]

n. the 4 kinds of seed ( viz. of Kāl^ajājī, Candra-śūra, Methikā, and Yavānikā ) cf. Bhpr.



catur-bhadra [ caturbhadra ]

mfn. ( 4 times, i.e. ) extremely auspicious cf. Hcat

n. 4 objects of human wishes ( viz. dharma, kāma, artha, bala cf. L.

or the first 3 with mokṣa cf. W.

or kīrti, āyus, yaśas, bala cf. MBh. xiii, 5657

or dharma, jñāna, vairāgya, aiśvarya, vii, 2182 cf. Sch.

or dāna, jñāna, śaurya, bhoga or vitta cf. ib. cf. Hit. i, 6, 58 )

-tara mfn. ( compar. ) 4 times happier than ( instr. ) cf. MBh. vii, 2182 ; 2194 ; 2207 ; 2449



catur-bhadrikā [ caturbhadrikA ]

f. a kind of medical preparation for curing fever cf. Bhpr. vii, 4, 12



catur-bhāgá [ caturbhAga ]

m. the 4th part, quarter cf. ŚBr. iii cf. KātyŚr. xxiv cf. Mn. etc.

mf ( ā ) n. forming the 4th part of ( gen. ) cf. Hcat



catur-bhāgīyā [ caturbhAgIyA ]

f. ( scil. iṣṭakā ) a brick of the 4th part of a man's length, cf. Śulbas



catur-bhuja [ caturbhuja ]

( in comp. ) 4 arms cf. BhP. iv, vi

mf ( ā ) n. four-armed cf. MBh. iii, 16424 cf. R. i cf. BhP. iv

quadrangular

m. Viṣṇu or Kṛshṇa ( cf. Bhag. xi, 46 ) cf. R. vi cf. Ragh. cf. Pañcat. cf. BhP. i

N. of Gaṇ^eśa cf. Gal.

a quadrangular figure

N. of a Dānava cf. Hariv. 12934

of the instructor of ( the author of a cf. Comm. on cf. SkandaP. ) Rām^ananda

of the father of Śiva-datta

-bhaṭṭâcārya m. N. of an author cf. Smṛtit. iv

-miśra m. N. of the author of a cf. Comm. on cf. MBh. iii f. and vii



catur-bhūmika [ caturbhUmika ]

mfn. having 4 floors ( a house ) cf. Pañcat. iv, 9 , 0/1



catur-bhūyas [ caturbhUyas ]

mfn. containing 4 ( syllables ) more cf. RPrāt. xvi , 2



catur-bhṛṣṭi [ caturbhRSTi ]

( cát° ), mfn. four-cornered, quadrangular cf. RV. x, 57, 9

four-pointed cf. AV. x, 5, 50



catur-mahā-patha [ caturmahApatha ]

n. meeting of 4 great roads cf. Divyâv. xxxv, 11



catur-mahā-rāja [ caturmahArAja ]

m. pl. the 4 great kings or guardians of the lowest of the 6 sensuous heavens cf. W.

-kāyika m. pl. ( = cāt° ) ' belonging to the attendance of those 4 great kings ', N. of a class of deities cf. Buddh. cf. L.



catur-mahārājika [ caturmahArAjika ]

m. N. of Viṣṇu cf. Viṣṇ

m. pl. = °ja-kāyika cf. Buddh. ( cf. cāt°. )



catur-māsa [ caturmAsa ]

n. a period of 4 months cf. W.

( ī ), f. id. cf. Kathās. cxxiv, 154



catur-māsya [ caturmAsya ]

n. ( = cāt° ) a Cāturmāsya sacrifice cf. Kāṭh. xxxv, 20



catur-mukha [ caturmukha ]

( in comp. ) 4 faces cf. Kum. ii, 17

mfn. ' four-faced ', in comp.

four-pointed ( an arrow ) cf. Hariv. 10630

m. N. of Brahmā cf. MBh. iii cf. R. i cf. BhP. iii, 8, 16 cf. Kathās. xx

of Viṣṇu cf. Hariv. 12344 cf. Ragh. x, 23

of Śiva ( cf. -tva ) cf. MBh. xiii, 6393

of a Dānava cf. Hariv. 12934

( in music ) a kind of measure

-tva n. ( Śiva's ) state of having 4 faces cf. VarBṛS. lxxiv , 20

-tīrtha n. N. of a Tīrtha cf. SkandaP.

-rasa m. a preparation of great curative power cf. Prayog



catur-muṣṭi [ caturmuSTi ]

m. 4 hands full cf. Gṛhyās. i, 43



catur-muṣṭika [ caturmuSTika ]

n. pl. id. cf. KātyŚr. ( ? )



catur-muhūrtam [ caturmuhUrtam ]

ind. during 4 Muhūrtas cf. Gaut. xvi, 44



catur-mūrti [ caturmUrti ]

mfn. ' having 4 forms of appearance, four- faced ', in comp.

m. N. of Brahmā cf. MBh. iii, 13560

of Skanda, ix, 2486

of Viṣṇu cf. Ragh. x, 74 cf. BhP. v, 17, 16

-tva n. the state of being four-faced cf. MBh. xiii, 6393



catur-medha [ caturmedha ]

m. one who has offered 4 sacrifices ( Aśva-, Purusha-, Sarva-, and Pitṛ-medha ) or one who knows the Mantras required for them cf. Āp. ii, 17, 22



catur-yama [ caturyama ]

n. the having 4 tones of utterance cf. TPrāt.



catur-yukta [ caturyukta ]

mfn. drawn by 4 ( horses or oxen ) cf. MBh. v, 86, 6



catur-yuga [ caturyuga ]

n. ( g. pātrâdi ) the 4 Yugas ( or ages of the world ) combined ( = a Mahā-yuga, q.v. ) cf. Mn. i, 71 cf. MBh. xii , 11227 cf. Hariv. 516 etc.

mf ( ā ) n. ( cát° ) = -yukta cf. RV. ii, 18, 1

comprising the 4 Yugas cf. Ragh. x, 23



catur-yúj [ caturyuj ]

mfn. put to ( as oxen ) in a yoke of 4 cf. RV. viii, 6, 48

= -yukta cf. ŚBr. v cf. KātyŚr. cf. MBh. i, vii cf. R. i



catur-lekha [ caturlekha ]

mfn. having 4 lines on the forehead cf. R. v, 32, 13



catur-vaktra [ caturvaktra ]

mf ( ā ) n. four-faced cf. Vas

m. N. of Brahmā cf. L.

of a Dānava cf. Hariv. iii, 47, 6

of an attendant of Durgā cf. Kathās. lii, 246



catur-vaya [ caturvaya ]

( cát° ), mfn. fourfold cf. RV. i, 110, 3 ; iv , 36, 4



catur-varga [ caturvarga ]

m. a collection of 4 things ( e.g. = bhadra ) cf. Ragh. x, 23 cf. HYog. i, 15 cf. Hit.

-cintāmaṇi m. N. of wk. by Hem^adri



catur-varṇa [ caturvarNa ]

( in comp. ) the 4 castes ; 4 principal colours cf. W.

four letters cf. W.

-maya mfn. consisting of the 4 castes cf. Ragh. x, 23

°rṇâdi, a Gaṇa of cf. Kāty. ( cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 124 cf. Vārtt. 1

= anantâdi of cf. Gaṇar. 178-180 )



catur-varṣa-śatâyus [ caturvarSazatAyus ]

mfn. reaching an age of 400 years cf. Mn. i , 83



catur-varṣikā [ caturvarSikA ]

f. ( scil. go ) a cow 4 years old cf. L.



catur-vāhin [ caturvAhin ]

m. ( scil. ratha ) a carriage drawn by 4 ( horses or oxen ) cf. TāṇḍyaBr. xvi, 13, 12



catur-viṃśá [ caturviMza ]

mf ( ī ) n. the 24th cf. ŚāṅkhŚr. cf. Gobh. cf. Yājñ. i, 37

( with śata, 100 ) + 24 cf. KātyŚr. cf. MBh. i, 3790

consisting of 24 cf. VS. xiv, 25 cf. TS. vii cf. ŚBr. vi, ix, xiii cf. AitBr. v, 29, 5 cf. MBh. iii, 14271

m. ( scil. stóma ) N. of a Stoma having 24 parts cf. VS. xiv , 23 cf. Lāṭy

n. ( with or without ahan ) N. of an Ek^aha ( 2nd day of the Gavām- ayana sacrifice ) cf. ŚBr. xii cf. TānḍyaBr. iv, 2, 4 cf. KātyŚr. cf. Lāṭy

( °sika with ahan cf. Sāy. on cf. RV. iii, 35, 4

cāturviṃśaka, on cf. RV. i, 165, Introd. )

-stoma mfn. connected with the Caturviṃśa Stoma cf. ŚāṅkhŚr. x

°śâkṣara mf ( ā ) n. having 24 syllables cf. Hariv. 12435



catur-vinśaka [ caturvinzaka ]

mfn. consisting of 24 cf. MBh. iii, 13918



catur-viṃśat [ caturviMzat ]

f. 24, only in comp. °śac-chata n. 124 cf. Jyot. cf. Sch.



catur-viṃśati [ caturviMzati ]

( cát° ), f. sg. ( once pl.

also once n. sg. cf. BhP. xii, 13, 4 and 7 ) 24 cf. VS. xviii, 25 cf. ŚBr. etc. ( ā caturviṃśates, ' to the 24th year ' cf. Mn. ii, 38 )

-kṛtvas ind. 24 times cf. ĀpŚr.

( °tiṃ kṛ'tvas cf. ŚBr. iv )

-gavá n. sg. a set of 24 oxen cf. ŚBr. vii, 2, 2, 6

-tama mfn. the 24th ( ch. of cf. R. )

-tīrthaṃkara-pūjā f. ' worship of the 24 Tirthaṃkaras ( of the Jainas ) ', N. of wk.

-daṇḍaka-stava m. N. of wk.

-dhā ind. twenty-fourfold cf. Hcat

-purāṇa n. N. of wk.

-mata n. ' views of the 24 chief legislators ', N. of wk. cf. Yājñ. iii, 327/328, 9 ; 33 and 48

-māna n. a sum of 24 ( paid in gold ), TānḍyaBr. xviii, 3, 2

-vikrama mf ( ā ) n. ( cát° ) measuring 24 paces cf. ŚBr. iii, 5, 1, 10

-sāhasra mf ( ī ) n. consisting of 24000 cf. MBh. i, 1, 102 cf. R. ( G ) i, 4, 147

-smṛti f. = -mata

°ty-akṣara mf ( ā ) n. ( cát° ) having 24 syllables cf. ŚBr. cf. RPrāt.

°ty-avatāra-caritra n. history of the 24 incarnations ', N. of a work by Narahara-dāsa

°ty-ahá m. sg. 24 days cf. ŚBr. xi cf. Gaut. cf. PārGṛ. ii, 3



catur-viṃśatika [ caturviMzatika ]

mfn. consisting of 24 cf. BhP. iii, 26, 11,



catur-viṃśatima [ caturviMzatima ]

mfn. for °ti-tama cf. Hcat



catur-viṃśika [ caturviMzika ]

mfn. measuring 24, cf. Śulbas

with ahan, See °śá



catur-vidya [ caturvidya ]

mfn. ( cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 124 cf. Siddh. ) familiar with the 4 Vedas cf. MBh. iii, 85, 85 ( v.l. cāt° )

( ā ), f. g. anuśatikâdi



catur-vidha [ caturvidha ]

( cát° ), mfn. fourfold, of 4 sorts or kinds cf. ŚBr. vii cf. ŚāṅkhŚr. cf. Mn. etc.

( am ), ind. in 4 ways cf. MBh. v, 1118 ( cf. ŚārṅgP. )

-saṃśayôdbheda m. ' removal of doubts of 4 kinds ', N. of a work

°dhâhāra-maya mfn. made of 4 kinds of food ( viz. bhakṣya, bhojya, lehya, and peya ) cf. GarbhUp.



catur-vibhakta [ caturvibhakta ]

mfn. divided into 4 parts cf. Hariv. 12883. [ 385 , 2 ]



catur-vīra [ caturvIra ]

( cát° ), mfn. ( said of an unguent ) cf. AV. xix, 45, 3-5

m. N. of a Soma sacrifice lasting 4 days cf. KātyŚr. cf. ŚāṅkhŚr. cf. Vait. cf. Maś



catur-vṛṣa [ caturvRSa ]

mfn. having 4 bulls cf. AV. v, 16, 4



catur-veda [ caturveda ]

mfn. ( g. brāhmaṇâdi ) containing the 4 Vedas cf. MBh. iii, 13560 ( Brahmā ) cf. Hariv. 12884 ( Viṣṇu )

( cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 124 cf. Siddh. ) = -vidya cf. Hariv. 7993 cf. Subh

m. pl. the 4 Vedas cf. Hariv. 14074

a class of manes cf. MBh. ii, 463



catur-vedin [ caturvedin ]

mfn. = -vidya cf. Ratnâv. ii, 5/6 ( in Prākṛt )



catur-vaiśāradyaviśārada [ caturvaizAradyavizArada ]

mfn. wise through fourfold knowledge ( Buddha ) cf. Divyâv. viii, 91 ; xix, 52



catur-vyaṅga [ caturvyaGga ]

mfn. = -hrasva cf. R. ( B. ) v, 35, 18 ( v.l. -gandha )



catur-vyāpin [ caturvyApin ]

mfn. relating to 4 ( persons ) cf. Nār. i, 8 and 13



catur-vyūha [ caturvyUha ]

mfn. having 4 kinds of appearance cf. MBh. xii, 13603 ( Hari ) cf. VāyuP. i, 1, 42 ( Mah^eśvara )

containing 4 chapters cf. Sarvad. xv, 390

-vādin m. ' asserting the 4 forms ( of Puruṣôttama, viz. Vāsudeva, Saṃkarshaṇa, Pradyumna, Aniruddha ) ', a Vaishṇava cf. Bādar. ii, 2, 42, Gov.



catur-hanu [ caturhanu ]

( cát° ), mfn. having 4 jaws cf. AV. v, 19, 7

m. N. of a Dānava cf. Hariv. 12939 ( v.l. candra-h° )



catur-hasta [ caturhasta ]

mfn. four-handed cf. W.



catur-hāyaṇa [ caturhAyaNa ]

mf ( ī ) n. 4 years old ( said of living beings ) cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 27 ( also cf. Pat. )

( ī ), f. a cow of 4 years cf. L.



catur-hāyana [ caturhAyana ]

mf ( ā ) n. ( g. kṣubhnâdi ) = °yaṇa ( said of lifeless objects ) cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 27 cf. Pat.



catur-hita [ caturhita ]

mfn. useful for 4 ( persons ) cf. Nār. i, 8 and 12



catur-hotṛ [ caturhotR ]

( cát° ), m. sg. or pl., N. of a litany ( recited at the new-moon and full-moon sacrifice ) cf. AV. xi, 7, 19 cf. AitBr. v cf. TBr. ii cf. ŚBr. iv cf. ŚāṅkhŚr. x cf. Lāṭy

m. ( cf. -hotra ) N. of Kṛshṇa cf. Hariv. 10404 ( v.l. for - netṛ )

-tvá n. the condition of the Caturhotṛ litany cf. MaitrS. i , 9, 7



catur-hotra [ caturhotra ]

m. ( cf. °tṛ ) Viṣṇu cf. Hariv. 12884

v.l. for anuha cf. VP.

for cāt°, q.v.



catur-hotraka [ caturhotraka ]

for cāturhotra, q.v.



catur-hrasva [ caturhrasva ]

mfn. having the 4 extremities too short cf. R. ( B. ) v, 35, 18 cf. Sch.