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चेल

चेल
 cela [ cela ]


n. ( √ cil ) clothes, garment cf. Gaut. cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc. ( ifc. f. ā cf. Hariv. 7946 cf. Naish. xxii, 42 )

ifc. ' the mere outward appearance of ', a bad representative of ( e.g. bhāryā-cela n. bad wife ' cf. Pat. and cf. Kāś

also mf ( ī ) n., e.g. brāhmaṇicelī f. ' a bad wife of a Brahman ', °ṇa-cela m. a bad Brahman ' cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 43 cf. Kāś. cf. Gaṇar. 114 ) cf. Pāṇ. 6-2, 126

m. = ceṭa, a servant, slave cf. MBh. ii, 70, 7 cf. Sch.

cf. ku-, āhara-celā

pāpa-celī and °likā




cela-kaṇṭhin [ celakaNThin ]

mfn. for śveta-k° cf. Hariv. 6046



cela-knopam [ celaknopam ]

ind. so as to wet the clothes ( rain ) cf. Pāṇ. 3-4, 33



cela-gaṅgā [ celagaGgA ]

f. N. of a river cf. Hariv. 7736 and 8493



cela-cīrā [ celacIrA ]

f. a piece torn off from a garment cf. Rājat. iv, 573



cela-nirṇejaka [ celanirNejaka ]

m. a washerman cf. Mn. iv, 216



cela-prakṣālaka [ celaprakSAlaka ]

m. id. cf. R. ( G ) ii, 32, 21



cela-rucikā [ celarucikA ]

f. a mourning band ( ? ) cf. Hcar. v, 23 ( v.l. )



celâpahāra [ celApahAra ]

m. theft of garments cf. MBh. viii, 2045 ; Mn. x, 167. ).



celâśaka [ celAzaka ]

m. ' clothes-eater ', a moth cf. Mn. xi, 72 cf. Sch.