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दास

dāsá [ dAsa ]


1. m. fiend, demon

N. of certain evil beings conquered by Indra ( e.g. Namuci, Pipru, Śambara, Varcin etc. ), RV.

savage, barbarian, infidel ( also dā'sa, opp. to ārya ; cf. dasyu )

slave, servant, RV., AV., Mn. etc.

a Sūdra, L., Sch.

one to whom gifts may be made, W.

a fisherman ( v.l. for dāśa )

ifc. of names, esp. of Śūdras and Kāya-sthas ( but cf. also kāli- )

( ī ), f. a female servant or slave, AV., ŚBr., Mn., MBh. etc.

harlot, L., Sch.

N. of a plant ( = nilā or pītā jhintī, kāka-jaṅghā, nīlâmlāṇa etc. ), L.

an altar, L.

N. of a river, L.

( dā'sa ), mf ( ī ) n. fiendish, demoniacal, barbarous , impious, RV.




dāsá-karma-kara [ dAsakarmakara ]

m. a servant doing his work, Āp.



dāsá-ketu [ dAsaketu ]

m. N. of a son of Manu Dakshasāvarṇa, VP. iii, 2, 23.



dāsá-jana [ dAsajana ]

m. slave, servant, Kālid., Kathās. etc.



dāsá-jīvana [ dAsajIvana ]

mfn. living like a slave, Mn. x, 32.



dāsá-tā [ dAsatA ]

f. slavery, servitude, Veṇis. 175, Kathās. lxxii, 34.



dāsá-tva [ dAsatva ]

n. slavery, servitude, MBh., R.

sense of dependence, humbleness, Sarvad.



dāsá-dāsī [ dAsadAsI ]

f. the female slave of a slave, Mn. ix, 179.

-jana m. a male and a female slave, VarBṛ. li, 25.



dāsá-nandinī [ dAsanandinI ]

See dāśa-.



dāsá-patnī [ dAsapatnI ]

( °sá-. ), f. pl. having the demons as masters, being in the power of demons, ( āpas, RV. i, 32, 11 etc., puras, RV. ii, 12, 16 ).



dāsá-pravarga [ dAsapravarga ]

( °sá- ), mfn. ( wealth ) connected with a multitude of servants, RV. i, 92, 8.



dāsá-bhārya [ dAsabhArya ]

n. sg. servants and wives, ChUp. vii, 24, 2.



dāsá-bhāva [ dAsabhAva ]

m. condition of a slave, servitude, MBh.



dāsá-mitra [ dAsamitra ]

m. N. of a man.



dāsá-mitrāyaṇa [ dAsamitrAyaNa ]

m. descendant of Dāsa-mitra ( -bhakta n. the district inhabited by them, g. aiṣukāry-ādi ).



dāsá-mitri [ dAsamitri ]

m. descendant of Dāsa-mitra ( -bhakta n. the district inhabited by them, g. aiṣukāry-ādi ).



dāsá-mitrika [ dAsamitrika ]

mf ( ā and ī ) n. relating to Dāsa-mitra ( g. kaśy-ādi ).



dāsá-mithuna [ dAsamithuna ]

n. a couple of slaves, KāṭyŚr., Lāṭy., Mn.



dāsá-varga [ dAsavarga ]

m. the whole collection of slaves or servants, Mn.



dāsá-veśa [ dAsaveza ]

( °sá. ), m. probably N. of a man, RV. ii, 13, 8.



dāsá-śarman [ dAsazarman ]

m. N. of a School on ŚāṅkhŚr.



dāsá-śiras [ dAsaziras ]

n. N. of two Sāmans, ĀrshBr.



dāsá-sarasa [ dAsasarasa ]

n. N. of two Sāmans, ĀrshBr.



dāsasya-kula [ dAsasyakula ]

n. low people, the mob, Pāṇ. vi, 3, 21, Sch.



dāsânudāsa [ dAsAnudAsa ]

m. a slave of a slave ( sometimes applied by a humble speaker to himself ), MW.



दास
 dāsa [ dAsa ]

2. m. a knowing man, especially a knower of the universal spirit, L.