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दीप्त

dīpta [ dIpta ]


mfn. blazing, flaming, hot, shining, bright, brilliant, splendid, MuṇḍUp. ii, 1, 1, MBh., R. etc.

excited, agitated ( krodha-, MBh. v, 7207 )

( in augury ) exposed to the sun ( also āditya-, MBh. iii , 15669 )

being on the wrong side, inauspicious ( opp. to śānta ), Hariv., Suśr., VarBṛS.

clear, shrill ( ? applied to the inauspicious voice of an animal and opp. to pūrṇa ), VarBṛS. lxxxviii, 11; xci, 1, Suśr.

m. a lion ( from his bright colour ), L.

the citron tree, L.

inflammation of the nose, Suśr.

( ā ), Methonica Superba, L.

Cardiospermum Halicacabum, L.

= sātalā, L.

red arsenic, L.

( in music ) a particular tone

a particular Śakti, Hcat. i, 5

n. Asa Foetida, L.

gold, L.




dīpta-kiraṇa [ dIptakiraNa ]

mfn. ' hot-rayed ', he sun, Mṛcch. viii, 23.



dīpta-kirti [ dIptakirti ]

mfn. ' bright-famed '

N. of Skanda, MBh. iii, 14630.



dīpta-ketu [ dIptaketu ]

m. ' bright-bannered ', N. of a king, MBh. i, 231

of a son of Manu Daksha-sāvarṇi, BhP. viii, 13, 18.



dīpta-jihvā [ dIptajihvA ]

f. ' red-tongued ', a fox, L.



dīpta-tapas [ dIptatapas ]

mfn. fervent in devotion, of glowing piety, BrahmaP.



dīpta-tejas [ dIptatejas ]

mfn. radiant with glory, BrahmaP.



dīpta-tva [ dIptatva ]

n. flaming, shining, Sāh.



dīpta-nayana [ dIptanayana ]

m. ' having glittering eyes ', N. of an owl, Kathās.



dīpta-piṅgala [ dIptapiGgala ]

m. ' bright and yellowish ', a lion, L.



dīpta-puṣpā [ dIptapuSpA ]

f. ' bright-flowered ', Tragia Involucrata, L.



dīpta-rasa [ dIptarasa ]

m. ' having a yellow liquid ', an earth-worm, L.

-tva n. the predominance of fiery passions, Vām. iii, 2, 14.



dīpta-rūpin [ dIptarUpin ]

m. a particular personification, Gaut.



dīpta-roman [ dIptaroman ]

m. ' red-haired ', N. of one of the Viśve Devās, MBh. xiii, 4356.



dīpta-locana [ dIptalocana ]

m. ' having glittering eyes ', a cat, L.



dīpta-loha [ dIptaloha ]

n. the shining metal, brass, L.



dīpta-varṇa [ dIptavarNa ]

mfn. ' red-coloured ', N. of Skanda, MBh. iii.



dīpta-vīrya [ dIptavIrya ]

mfn. of fiery strength, MBh. i, 2915.



dīpta-śakti [ dIptazakti ]

m. ' having a glittering spear ', N. of Skanda, MBh. i, 2915.



dīpta-śikha [ dIptazikha ]

mfn. ' bright-flamed ' ( fire ), Kathās. lxxiii, m. N. of a Yaksha, MBh. i, 2915.



dīpta-svāmin [ dIptasvAmin ]

m. N. of the father of Śabara-svāmin, Cat.



diptâṃśu [ diptAMzu ]

m. ' hot-rayed ', the sun.



diptâkṣa [ diptAkSa ]

mf ( i ) n. having bright or glittering eyes, MBh. iii, 16138

m. a cat, L.

a peacock, W.

N. of an owl, Pañc.

pl. N. of a people, MBh. v.



diptâgni [ diptAgni ]

m. blazing fire, MBh. iii, 706

N. of Agastya, L. ( cf. dahrâgni and satyâgni )

mfn. having the gastric fire well kindled, i.e. digesting well, Suśr., Hcat.

-tā f. goodness of digestion, Suśr., Hcat.



diptâṅga [ diptAGga ]

m. ' having a brilliant body ', a peacock, L.



dīptâtman [ dIptAtman ]

mfn. having a fiery nature, MBh. v, 7040.



diptâsya [ diptAsya ]

mfn. ' having fiery jaws ', a serpent, MBh. v, 7169.



diptôda [ diptoda ]

n. ' having brilliant water ', N. of a Tirtha, MBh. iii, 8685.



dīptôpala [ dIptopala ]

m. ' brilliant stone ', the sun gem ( = sūrya-kānta )

a crystalline lens, L.



diptaˆujas [ diptaujas ]

mfn. glowing with energy, VarBṛS. xxxii, 15.