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दीक्षित

dīkṣitá [ dIkSita ]


mf ( ī, GopBr. i, 5, 24) n. consecrated, initiated into ( dat., loc., instr., or comp. ), AV., TS., Br., ŚrS., Mn., MBh. etc.

prepared, ready for ( dat., instr. or comp. ), MBh., R. ( °taṃ- √ kṛ, to initiate, instruct, Kathās. xx, 198 )

performed ( as the Dīkshā ceremony ), W.

m. a priest engaged in a Dīkshā ( -tva n., Jaim. )

a pupil of ( affixed, and rarely prefixed to the N. of a teacher , and given as a N. to a Brāhman to denote his being a pupil of that teacher, e.g. Bhaṭṭoji-, Śaṃ-kara-; sometimes the teacher's N. is dropped and Dīkshā is used alone ).




dīkṣitá-dhuṇḍhi-rāja [ dIkSitadhuNDhirAja ]

m. N. of men, Cat.



dīkṣitá-bāla-kṛṣṇa [ dIkSitabAlakRSNa ]

m. N. of men, Cat.



dīkṣitá-yajñadatta [ dIkSitayajJadatta ]

m. N. of men, Cat.



dīkṣitá-vasana [ dIkSitavasana ]

n. the garment of an initiated person, ŚBr.



dīkṣitá-vāda [ dIkSitavAda ]

m. the statement that a person is initiated, TS.



dīkṣitá-vimitá [ dIkSitavimita ]

n. a temporary dwelling for a person about to be initiated, Kāṭh. xiii, 1, AitBr. i, 3 ( cf. prācīna-vaṃśa ).



dīkṣitá-vrata [ dIkSitavrata ]

n. the vow of an initiated person, KātyŚr. iv, 6, 13.



dīkṣitá-sāmarāja [ dIkSitasAmarAja ]

m. N. of the author of Dhūrta-nartaka.



dikṣitâvedana [ dikSitAvedana ]

n. = °ta-vāda, Vait. xi, 12.