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( ''ā'' ), f. fam. for ''deva-dattikā'', Pāṇ. vii, 3, 45, Vārtt. 4, Pat.   
 
( ''ā'' ), f. fam. for ''deva-dattikā'', Pāṇ. vii, 3, 45, Vārtt. 4, Pat.   
  
( ''dévikā'' ), f. N. of a class of goddesses of an inferior order, Br. ( pl. the oblations made to them, viz. to Anu-matī, Rākā, Sinīvalī, Kuhū, and to Dhātṛ, TS. ; cf. [[havis |-havis]], AitBr. cf. Vait. )   
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( ''dévikā'' ), f. N. of a class of goddesses of an inferior order, Br. ( pl. the oblations made to them, viz. to Anu-matī, Rākā, Sinīvalī, Kuhū, and to Dhātṛ, TS. ; cf. [[havis |-havis]], AitBr., Vait. )   
  
 
of the wife of Yudhiṣṭhira and mother of Yaudheya, MBh. i, 3828   
 
of the wife of Yudhiṣṭhira and mother of Yaudheya, MBh. i, 3828   

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देवक

devaka [ devaka ]


mf ( ikā ) n. who or what sports or plays, W.

divine, celestial, W.

m. ( dív° ) a god, deity ( at the end of an adj. comp. ), MBh. ii, 1396 etc. ( cf. daivaka )

N. of a man ( ? ), RV. vii, 18, 20, Sāy.

of a Gandharva ( at once a prince, son of Āhuka and father of Devakī, MBh. i, 4480 ; v, 80 etc. Hariv. Pur. )

of a son of Yudhi-ṣṭhira and Yaudheyī or Pauravī ( cf. dévikā below ), Pur.

familiar N. for deva-dattaka, Pāṇ. v, 3, 83, Pat.

pl. N. of the Śūdras in Krauñca-dvīpa, BhP. v, 20, 22

( ā ), f. fam. for deva-dattikā, Pāṇ. vii, 3, 45, Vārtt. 4, Pat.

( dévikā ), f. N. of a class of goddesses of an inferior order, Br. ( pl. the oblations made to them, viz. to Anu-matī, Rākā, Sinīvalī, Kuhū, and to Dhātṛ, TS. ; cf. -havis, AitBr., Vait. )

of the wife of Yudhiṣṭhira and mother of Yaudheya, MBh. i, 3828

of a river, MBh. iii, 5044 ( cf. dāvika )

of a country, VarBṛS. xi, 35

the thorn-apple, Bhpr.

( devakī ), f. see entry.




devaka-bhoja-putrī [ devakabhojaputrI ]

f. patron. of Devaki, BhP. iii, 1, 33.



devakâtmajā [ devakAtmajA ]

f. patron. of Devaki, L.