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धम् dham
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धम्

धम्
 dham [ dham ]


or dhmā, cl. 1. P. dhámati ( Ā. °te, Up.; MBh.; p. dhmāntas = dhamantas BhP. x, 12, 7; perf. dadhmau, 3. pl. Ā. °mire MBh.; aor. adhmāsīt, Kāv.; Prec. dhmāyāt or dhmeyāt, Gr.; fut. dhamāṣyati, MBh.; dhmāsyati, dhmātā, Gr. ind. p. -dhmā'ya, Br. )

to blow ( either intrans. as wind [ applied also to the bubbling Soma RV. ix, 73 ] or trans., as to blow a conch-shell or any wind instrument ) RV. etc.

to blow into ( loc. ), MBh. l, 813

to breathe out, exhale, RV. ii, 34, 1 MBh. xiv, 1732

to kindle a fire by blowing, RV. ii, 24, 7 MBh. ii, 2483

to melt or manufacture ( metal ) by blowing, RV. etc.

to blow or cast away, MBh. v, 7209 : Pass. dhamyate, ep. also °ti, dhmāyáte, °ti ( ŚBr.; MBh. ) to be blown etc. : Caus. dhmāpayati, MBh. ( aor. adidhmapat Gr.

Pass. dhmāpyate, MBh. ) to cause to blow or melt

to consume by fire, reduce to cinder, MBh.; Suśr. : Desid. didhnāsati Gr. : Intens. dedhmīyate, Pāṇ. vii, 4, 31

dādhmāyate, p. °yamāna being violently blown ( conch-shell ), BhP. i, 11, 2. [ Cf. Slav. dumo ' smoke '. ]