dAraka

From Sanskrita
Jump to: navigation, search
dAraka
Dhātu:
Dhātupāṭha:

Related Sanskrit Words:

Derived Words in Other Languages:

English:
Español:
Pratyaya:


दारक

dāraka [ dAraka ]


1. mf ( ikā ) n. breaking, tearing, splitting ( cf. loha- and śatru- )

m. a hog, L.

N. of Kṛshṇas charioteer ( cf. 1. dāruka ), L.

( ikā ), f. rent, chink ( cf. pāda- ).




dāraka [ dAraka ]

2. m. ( rather connected with 2. dāra than with √ dṛ ) a boy, son, child, MBh., Mṛcch., Pañc., Suśr.

young animal, Pur.

( ikā ), f. a girl, daughter, Hariv., Kathās. ( akī, BhP. iv, 28, 21 )

harlot, L.

( akau ), m. du. a boy and girl, Nal.



dārakâ`cārya [ dArakAcArya ]

m. ' boy-preceptor ', schoolmaster, Lalit.



dārikā-dāna [ dArikAdAna ]

n. gift of a daughter in marriage, Kām. ix, 6.