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दम

dáma [ dama ]


m. ( or n. ) house, home ( ?, Lat. domus ), RV., AV. vii ( also puru-dáma, q.v. ), VS. viii, 24

mfn. ifc. ' taming, subduing ', see ariṃdama, gaṃdama, baliṃdama

m. self-command, self-restraint, self-control, ŚBr. xiv, 8 , 2, 4 ( °má, but cf. Pāṇ. vii, 3, 34, Kāś. ), TUp., KenUp., Mn. etc.

taming, L.

punishment, fine, viii f., Yājñ. ii, 4, BhP.

N. of a brother of Damayantī, Nal. i, 9

of a Maha-rshi, MBh. xiii, 1762

of a son of Daksha, i, Sch.

of a grandson [ or son, BhP. ix, 2, 29 ] of Marutta, VP. iv, 1, 20, MārkP. cxxxiv, VāyuP.

cf. durdama, sudama.




dáma-kartṛ [ damakartR ]

m. a ruler, W.



dáma-ghoṣa [ damaghoSa ]

m. N. of a Cedi prince ( father of Śiśu- pāla ), MBh. i-iii, Hariv., VP. iv, 14, 13, BhP. vii, ix

-ja m. ' son of Daksha ', Śiśu-pāla, Śiś. ii, 60

-suta m. id., xvi, 1.



dáma-maya [ damamaya ]

mfn. consisting of self-control, ŚānkhBr. ix, 1.



dáma-śarīrin [ damazarIrin ]

mfn. keeping one's body in self-control, BhP. iii, 31, 19.



dáma-svasṛ [ damasvasR ]

f. ' Dama's sister ', Damayantī, Naish. viii f.