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देश्य

deśya [ dezya ]


mfn. to be pointed or picked out, excellent in its kind, standard, Pat.

being on the spot or present, witness, Mn. viii, 52 ( ?, v.l. deśa )

= deśīya, in all meanings, MBh. Hariv. ( -tva, Deśīn. ), Pāṇ. v, 3, 67 ( cf. tad-, nānā-, paṭu-, vanāyu-, vitasti-, śiśu- )

born in the country, indigenous, a true native, R. ( cf. deśa-ja )

n. the proposition or statement ( = pūrva-pakṣa ), L.

the fact or charge to be proved or substantiated, W.




deśya-nighaṇṭu [ dezyanighaNTu ]

m. N. of glossaries.



deśya-nidarśana [ dezyanidarzana ]

n. N. of glossaries.



deśya-bhikṣu [ dezyabhikSu ]

m. a native mendicant, Rājat. iii, 9.