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दूरे

dūre [ dUre ]


loc. of dūra ( q.v. ) in comp.




dūre-anta [ dUreanta ]

mfn. ending in the remote distance, boundless ( heaven and earth ), RV. AV.



dūre-amitra [ dUreamitra ]

( °ré- ), mfn. whose enemies are far away, VS. xvii, 83.



dūre-artha [ dUreartha ]

( °ré- ), mfn. whose aim is far off, RV. vii, 63, 4.



dūre-gavyūti [ dUregavyUti ]

( °ré- ) mfn. whose domain is or reaches far, AV. iv 28, 3.



dūre-cara [ dUrecara ]

mfn. going or being far, distant, Kām.



dūre-janânta-nilaya [ dUrejanAntanilaya ]

mfn. living far away from men, Suśr.



dūre-tya [ dUretya ]

mfn. being far off, distant, Pāṇ. iv, 2, 104, Vārtt. 1, Pat.



dūre-dṛ'ś [ dUredRz ]

mfn. visible far and wide, RV.



dūre-paśyā' [ dUrepazyA ]

f. ' far-seeing ', N. of an Apsaras, TBr. iii, 7 , 12, 3.



dūre-pānīya-gocara [ dUrepAnIyagocara ]

mfn. having remote watering places ( said of animals ), Suśr.



dūre-bāndhava [ dUrebAndhava ]

m. a distant kinsman, Vas. xv, 7.



dūre-bhā [ dUrebhA ]

( °ré- ), mfn. shining to a distance, RV. i, 65, 10.



dūre-yama [ dUreyama ]

mfn. one from whom Yama is distant, BhP. iii, 15, 25.



dūre-vadhá [ dUrevadha ]

mfn. far-striking, VS. xvi, 40.



dūre-śravas [ dUrezravas ]

mfn. far-renowned cf. ŚāṅkhŚr. viii, 17, 11 ( cf. °ra-zr° )

m. N. of a man ( daureśravasa ).



dūre-śruta [ dUrezruta ]

m. N. of a man ( cf. daure- ).



dūre-heti [ dUreheti ]

( °ré- ), mfn. whose arrows fly to a distance, PārGṛ. iii, 14

m. a particular form of Agni, TS. Comm.