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धन्य

dhánya [ dhanya ]


mfn. bringing or bestowing wealth, opulent, rich ( ifc. full of ) cf. RV. etc.

fortunate, happy, auspicious cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.

good, virtuous cf. L. ( cf. dhanika )

wholesome, healthy cf. Car.

m. infidel, atheist cf. W.

a spell for using or restraining magical weapons cf. R.

Vatica Robusta cf. L.

N. of a man cf. Rājat. ( cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 110, g. aśvâdi )

of the Vaiśyas in Krauñca-dvīpa cf. VP.

( ā ), f. a nurse cf. L.

Emblic Myrobalan cf. L.

N. of Dhruva's wife cf. VP.

( also n. ) coriander cf. L.

n. treasure, wealth cf. L.




dhánya-tā [ dhanyatA ]

f. fortune, good luck, opulence cf. MBh.



dhánya-tithi [ dhanyatithi ]

m. an auspicious or a particular day cf. L.



dhánya-tva [ dhanyatva ]

n. = -tā f. cf. MW.



dhánya-m-manya [ dhanyammanya ]

mfn. thinking one's self fortunate cf. Daś



dhánya-vāda [ dhanyavAda ]

m. thanksgiving, praise, applause cf. MW.



dhánya-stotra [ dhanyastotra ]

n. ' the praise of the blessed ', N. of a poem ascribed to Śaṃkarac^arya cf. Cat.



dhanyâśī [ dhanyAzI ]

f. See dhanāśrī below



dhanyâṣṭaka [ dhanyASTaka ]

n. = °nya-stotra cf. Cat.



dhanyôdaya [ dhanyodaya ]

m. N. of a man cf. Rājat



धन्य
 dhanya [ dhanya ]

dhanyaka etc. See col. 1