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dhūrta [ dhUrta ]


mfn. ( √ dhūrv or dhvṛ ) cunning, crafty, fraudulent, subtle, mischievous

m. a rogue, cheat, deceiver, swindler, sharper, gambler, Yājñ. MBh. Kāv. etc. ( also ifc.; cf. kaṭha- and Pāṇ. ii, 1, 65 ).

N. of Skanda, AV. Pariś.

the thorn-apple, L.

a partic. fragrant plant, L.

( ā ), f. a sort of night-shade, L.

n. rust or iron-filings, L.

black salt, L.




dhūrta-kitava [ dhUrtakitava ]

m. a gamester, sharper, Yājñ.



dhūrta-kṛ't [ dhUrtakRt ]

m. thorn-apple, L.

knave, rogue, cheat, W.



dhūrta-carita [ dhUrtacarita ]

n. the tricks of rogues ( pl., Kathās. )

N. of a play.



dhūrta-jantu [ dhUrtajantu ]

m. ' cunning creature ', man, L.



dhūrta-tā [ dhUrtatA ]

f. knavery, roguery, Kāv.



dhūrta-tva [ dhUrtatva ]

n. knavery, roguery, Kāv.



dhūrta-nartaka [ dhUrtanartaka ]

n. N. of a drama.



dhūrta-pralāpa [ dhUrtapralApa ]

m. rogues' talk, R.



dhūrta-maṇḍala [ dhUrtamaNDala ]

n. of a party of rogues or gamblers, Yājñ.



dhūrta-mānuṣā [ dhUrtamAnuSA ]

f. N. of a plant ( = rāsnā ), L.



dhūrta-racanā [ dhUrtaracanA ]

f. rogues ' tricks, roguery, Kathās.



dhūrta-rāja [ dhUrtarAja ]

m. the chief of rogues, MW.



dhūrta-lavaṇa [ dhUrtalavaNa ]

n. a kind of salt, L.



dhūrta-viḍambana [ dhUrtaviDambana ]

and n. N. of dramas.



dhūrta-samāgama [ dhUrtasamAgama ]

n. N. of dramas.



dhūrta-svāmin [ dhUrtasvAmin ]

m. N. of a Sch.

°mi-bhāṣya n. of his wk.