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दम्

दम्
 dam [ dam ]


1. cl. 4. dāmyati ( Pāṇ. vii, 3, 74, ind. p. dāntvā and damitvā, 2, 56, aor. Pass. adami, 3, 34, Kāś., P. °mīt, Bhaṭṭ. xv, 37 ) to be tamed or tranquillised, ŚBr. xiv, 8, 2, 2 ( Impv. dā'myata )

to tame, subdue, conquer, MBh. vii, 2379 and BhP. iii, 3, 4 ( ind. p. damitvā ), Bhaṭṭ.

cl. 9. irreg. ( ? Subj. 2. sg. dánas ) id., RV. i, 174, 2

Caus. damayati ( p. °máyat, Ā., Pāṇ. i, 3, 89 ) to subdue, overpower, RV. vii, 6, x , 74, 5, AV. v, 20, 1, MBh., Rājat

Desid., √ dān

[ cf. δάμνημι, δμώς ; Lat. domare etc. ]




dám [ dam ]

2. a house, RV. x, 46, 7 ( gen. pl. damā'm )

pátir dán ( gen. sg. ) = dám-patis, 99, 6, 105, 2, i, 149, 1, 153, 4

pátī dán= dám-patī, 120, 6

śíśur dán, ' a child of the house ', x, 61, 20

[ cf. δῶ etc. ]



dám-pati [ dampati ]

( dám- ), m. ( = Gk. δεσ - πότης ) the lord of the house ( Agni, Indra, the Aśvins ), i, ii, 39, 2 ( cf. Pāṇ. i, 1, 11, Kāś. ), v, viii

( ī ), du. ( g. rājadantâdi, the comp. taken as a Dvandva and dam in the sense of ' wife ' ), ' the two masters ', husband and wife, v, viii, x, AV., Gobh. etc. ( said of birds, VarBṛS. vc, Hit. )