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दत्

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 dát [ dat ]


m. ( taking the form dánta in the strong cases, Pāṇ. vi, 1, 63 ) a tooth, RV. ( nom. dán, x, 115, 2 ), AV., VS., ŚBr., ĀśvGṛ., BhP.

often ifc. ( Pāṇ. v, 4, 141-145 ), see a- etc., a-dat-ka, dac-chada [ cf. ὀδόντ-, Lat. dens etc. ]




dát-vát [ datvat ]

mfn. furnished with teeth, RV. i, 189, 5, AV. iv, 3, 4,

( ), f. with rájju, ' rope with teeth ', a snake, 2 ; vii, 108, 1 ; xix, 47, 8.



dad-āyudha [ dadAyudha ]

mfn. using the teeth as a weapon, BhP. x, 17, 6.