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dhárma [ dharma ]


1. m. ( rarely n., gaṇa ardharcâ`di; the older form of the RV. is dhárman, q.v. ) that which is established or firm, steadfast decree, statute, ordinance, law

usage, practice, customary observance or prescribed conduct, duty

right, justice ( often as a synonym of punishment )

virtue, morality, religion, religious merit, good works ( dhármeṇa or °māt ind. according to right or rule, rightly, justly, according to the nature of anything; cf. below; °mesthita, mfn. holding to the law, doing one's duty ), AV. etc.

Law or Justice personified ( as Indra, ŚBr. etc.; as Yama, MBh.; as born from the right breast of Yama and father of Śama, Kāma and Harsha, ib.; as Viṣṇu, Hariv.; as Prajā-pati and son-in-law of Dakṣa, Hariv. Mn. etc.; as one of the attendants of the Sun, L.; as a Bull, Mn. viii, 16; as a Dove, Kathās. vii, 89, etc. )

the law or doctrine of Buddhism ( as distinguished from the sañgha or monastic order, MWB. 70 )

the ethical precepts of Buddhism ( or the principal dharma called sūtra, as distinguished from the abhi-dharma or, ' further dharma ' and from the vinaya or ' discipline ', these three constituting the canon of Southern Buddhism, MWB. 61 )

the law of Northern Buddhism ( in 9 canonical scriptures, viz. Prajñā- pāramitā, Gaṇḍa-vyūha, Daśa-bhūmîśvara, Samādhirāja, Laṅkâvatāra, Saddharma -puṇḍarika, Tathāgata-guhyaka, Lalita-vistara, Suvarṇa-prabhāsa, ib. 69 )

nature, character, peculiar condition or essential quality, property, mark, peculiarity ( = sva-bhāva, L.; cf. daśa-dh°-gata, ŚBr. etc.; upamānôpameyayor dh°, the tertium comparationis, Pāṇ. ii, 1, 55, Sch. )

a partic. ceremony, MBh. xiv, 2623

sacrifice, L.

the ninth mansion, Var.

an Upaniṣad, L.

associating with the virtuous, L.

religious abstraction, devotion, L.

= upamā, L. ( cf. above )

a bow, Dharmaś.

a Soma-drinker, L.

N. of the 15th Arhat of the present Ava-sarpiṇī, L.

of a son of Anu and father of Ghṛta, Hariv.

of a son of Gāndhāra and father of Dhṛta, Pur.

of a son of Haihaya and father of Netra, BhP.

of a son of Pṛthu-śravas and father of Uśanas, ib.

of a son of Su-vrata, VP. ( dharma-sūtra )

of a son of Dīrgha-tapas, VāyuP.

of a king of Kaśmīra, Rāj. iv, 678

of another man, ib. vii, 85

of a lexicographer etc. ( also -paṇḍita, -bhaṭṭa and -śāstrin, ) Cat. [ Lat. firmus, Lith. dermé. ]




dhárma-kañcuka [ dharmakaJcuka ]

m. or n. armour or garb of virtue

-praveśin mfn. putting it on, Śak. v, 21/22.



dhárma-kathaka [ dharmakathaka ]

m. propounder of the law ( v.l. °thika ), Buddh.



dhárma-kathā [ dharmakathA ]

f. discourse upon law etc., MW.



dhárma-karôpâdhyāya [ dharmakaropAdhyAya ]

m., N. of an author, Cat.



dhárma-karman [ dharmakarman ]

n. work of duty, pious action, BrahmaP., Subh



dhárma-kāṅkṣiṇī [ dharmakAGkSiNI ]

f., N. of a Gandharvī and a Kiṃ-narī, Kāraṇḍ.



dhárma-kāṇḍa [ dharmakANDa ]

m. n., N. of a work.



dhárma-kāma [ dharmakAma ]

mfn. loving justice, observing right, R.

m., N. of a demon ( son of Pāpīyas ), Lalit.

°mârtha m., pl. virtue, pleasure, and wealth, Mn. vii, 151

°mârtha-saṃbaddha mfn. joined with or containing virtue, pleasure, and wealth, MW.

°mârthasambandha m. alliance for virtue, pleasure, and wealth, i.e. matrimony, MBh. i, 3007.



dhárma-kāya [ dharmakAya ]

m. ' law-body ', N. of one of the 3 bodies of a Buddha, Vajracch., MWB. 246

' having the law for body ', a Buddha, L.

a Jaina saint, W.

N. of Avalokitêśvara, Buddh.

of a god of the Bodhi tree, Lalit.



dhárma-kāra [ dharmakAra ]

m. ' law-doer ', N. of a man, MW.



dhárma-kāraṇa [ dharmakAraNa ]

n. cause of virtue, ib. [ MW. ]



dhárma-kārya [ dharmakArya ]

n. any act of duty or religion, good work, virtuous conduct, Mn., Yājñ., Śak.



dhárma-kāla [ dharmakAla ]

m. ( kāya ? ) a Jina, Gal.



dhárma-kīrti [ dharmakIrti ]

m. ' glory of the law ', N. of a philosopher and poet, Cat.

of a grammarian, ib.

of a king, Pur.



dhárma-kīla [ dharmakIla ]

m. royal edict or grant ( also -ka ), L.

husband, Gal.



dhárma-kūṭa [ dharmakUTa ]

m., N. of Sch. on R Cat.



dhárma-kūpa [ dharmakUpa ]

m. ' holy well ', N. of a Tīrtha, SkandaP.



dhárma-kṛcchra [ dharmakRcchra ]

n. a difficult point of duty or right, MBh.



dhárma-kṛt [ dharmakRt ]

1. mfn. ( 2. see under 3. dharma ) doing one's duty , virtuous, MBh.



dhárma-kṛtya [ dharmakRtya ]

n. fulfilment of duty, virtue, any moral or religious observance, Āpast., Hariv.



dhárma-ketu [ dharmaketu ]

m. ' having justice for a banner ', N. of a son of Su-ketu and father of Satya-ketu, Hariv., Pur.

a Buddha, Lalit.

a Jaina saint, W.



dhárma-kośa [ dharmakoza ]

m. the treasury or collective body of laws and duties, Mn. i, 99

N. of a work, Cat.



dhárma-koṣa [ dharmakoSa ]

m. the treasury or collective body of laws and duties, Mn. i, 99

N. of a work, Cat.



dhárma-kośa-vyākhyā [ dharmakozavyAkhyA ]

f., N. of a Buddh. work.



dhárma-kriyā [ dharmakriyA ]

f. observance of duties, pious work, righteous conduct, Mn., Var., Kām., Śak.



dhárma-kṣetra [ dharmakSetra ]

n. ' law-field ' = kuru-kṣetra, q.v., Bhag. i. 1

m. a man of piety and virtue, W.

N. of a man, VP.



dhárma-khaṇḍa [ dharmakhaNDa ]

m., N. of a work.



dhárma-gañja [ dharmagaJja ]

m. the treasury of law, Kāraṇḍ.

N. of a library consisting of sacred books, Buddh.



dhárma-gaveṣa [ dharmagaveSa ]

m. ' virtue seeking ', N. of a man, Avadānaś.



dhárma-gahanâbhyudgata-rāja [ dharmagahanAbhyudgatarAja ]

m. ' a prince who has penetrated the depths of the law ', N. of a Buddha.



dhárma-gup [ dharmagup ]

mfn. protecting or observing the law, MBh.



dhárma-gupta [ dharmagupta ]

m. ' law-protected ', N. of men, Kathās., SkandaP. ( also -miśra ), of a poet, Cat.

of a Buddh. school

-carita n., N. of a work.



dhárma-gopa [ dharmagopa ]

m., N. of a king, Kathās.



dhárma-ghaṭa [ dharmaghaTa ]

m. a jar of fragrant water offered daily in the month Vaiśākha, L.

-vrata-kathā f., N. of a work.



dhárma-ghoṣa [ dharmaghoSa ]

m., N. of an author, Car.



dhárma-ghna [ dharmaghna ]

mf ( ī ) n. ' destroying law or right ', unlawful, immoral, Yājñ.

m. Terminalia Bellerica ( whose seeds are used as dice ), L.



dhárma-cakra [ dharmacakra ]

n. the wheel or range of the law, MBh., Buddh., Jain.

a partic. mythical weapon, Hariv., R.

m. ' having or turning the wheel of the law ', a Buddha, L.

-bhṛt m. ' holding the wheel of the law ', a Buddha or Jaina, L.



dhárma-cakṣus [ dharmacakSus ]

n. the eye of the law, Vajracch.

mfn. having an eye for the law or for what is right, R.



dhárma-candra [ dharmacandra ]

m. ' law-moon ', N. of a man, L.



dhárma-cara [ dharmacara ]

m. ' law-observer ', N. of a Deva-Putra, Lalit.



dhárma-caraṇa [ dharmacaraNa ]

n. ( MBh. ) observance of the law, performance of duty.



dhárma-caryā [ dharmacaryA ]

f. ( Āpast. ) observance of the law, performance of duty.



dhárma-cārin [ dharmacArin ]

mfn. observing the law, fulfilling one's duties, virtuous, dutiful, moral, MBh., R. etc.

m., N. of Śiva, MBh.

of a Deva-putra, Lalit.

of a deity of the Bodhi tree, ib.

( iṇī ), f. a female helpmate in the fulfilment of duties

an honest wife, a virtuous woman, Vikr. v, 10/20, L. ( saha- dharma-c° ).



dhárma-cintaka [ dharmacintaka ]

mfn. meditating on the law, familiar with it, MBh.



dhárma-cintana [ dharmacintana ]

n. ( L. ) consideration of the law or duty, virtuous reflection.



dhárma-cintā [ dharmacintA ]

f. ( Lalit. ) consideration of the law or duty, virtuous reflection.



dhárma-cintin [ dharmacintin ]

mfn. = -cintaka, Lalit.



dhárma-cchala [ dharmacchala ]

m. fraudulent transgression of law or duty, MBh.



dhárma-ja [ dharmaja ]

mfn. produced by a sense of duty, Mn. ix, 107

m. = the next.



dhárma-janman [ dharmajanman ]

m. ' son of Dharma, i.e. Yama ', N. of Yudhi-ṣṭhira, BhP.



dhárma-jijñāsā [ dharmajijJAsA ]

f. ' inquiry into the law ', N. of a Pariśiṣṭa of Kāty.



dhárma-jīvana [ dharmajIvana ]

mfn. living by fulfilment of duties

m. a Brāhman who lives according to rule, Mn. ix, 273.



dhárma-jña [ dharmajJa ]

mfn. que conoce la ley o lo que es recto, Mn., Var., MBh. etc.

-tama mfn. superl., R. ii, 112, 31.



dhárma-jñāna [ dharmajJAna ]

n. knowledge of law or duty, Hit.



dhárma-tattva [ dharmatattva ]

n. the real essence of the law ( - tas ind. in a manner entirely corresponding to the law, MBh. viii, 229 )

N. of a work by Kamalakara

of a modern work, RTL. 510, n. 1.

-prakāśa m., N. of a work

-vid mfn. knowing the truths of laws or religion, MW.

-saṃgraha, °tvârtha-cintāmaṇi m., N. of works.



dhárma-tantra [ dharmatantra ]

n., sg. and pl. the beginning and end of the law, summum jus, Gaut., MBh.

m., N. of a man, VP.



dhárma-tas [ dharmatas ]

ind. according to law or rule, rightly, justly, Mn., MBh., R., Pañc.

from a virtuous motive, Mn. viii, 103

ifc. = dharmāt, from the rules of, VP. iii, 7, 20.



dhárma-tā [ dharmatA ]

f. essence, inherent nature, Buddh.

the being law or right, Jātakam.

( tayā ), ind. ifc. by way or means of, Divyâv.



dhárma-tīrtha [ dharmatIrtha ]

n., N. of a Tīrtha, MBh.



dhárma-tyāga [ dharmatyAga ]

m. abandonment of religion, apostasy, MW.



dhárma-trāta [ dharmatrAta ]

m. ' law-protected ', N. of a Buddh. author.



dhárma-tva [ dharmatva ]

n. inherent nature, peculiar property, Kap., Sāh.

morality, piety, W.



dhárma-da [ dharmada ]

mfn. giving or granting virtue, Hariv.

m., N. of one of the attendants of Skanda, MBh.



dhárma-dakṣiṇā [ dharmadakSiNA ]

f. fee for instruction in the law, Kāraṇḍ.



dhárma-datta [ dharmadatta ]

m., N. of a poet and a writer on rhetoric, Cat.



dhárma-darśana [ dharmadarzana ]

n. knowledge of duty or law, MW.



dhárma-darśin [ dharmadarzin ]

mfn. seeing what is right, R. ( B. ), Comm.



dhárma-dāna [ dharmadAna ]

n. a gift made from duty, L.

-paddhati f., N. of a work.



dhárma-dāra [ dharmadAra ]

m., pl. a lawful wife, Kathās.



dhárma-dāsa [ dharmadAsa ]

m. ' duty-slave ', N. of a man, Buddh.

of sev. authors ( a poet, a grammarian and a Sch. on Karpūra- mañjarī ), Cat.



dhárma-dinnā [ dharmadinnA ]

f. ( Pāli = dattā ) ' given by religion ', N. of a female, Buddh.



dhárma-dīpa [ dharmadIpa ]

m., N. of a work.



dhárma-dīpikā [ dharmadIpikA ]

f., N. of a work.



dhárma-dughā [ dharmadughA ]

f. a cow milked for a sacrifice, BhP.



dhárma-dṛḍhâbhedya-sunilambha [ dharmadRDhAbhedyasunilambha ]

m., N. of a king of the Garuḍas, L.



dhárma-dṛś [ dharmadRz ]

mfn. seeing the right, regarding piety, MW.



dhárma-dṛṣṭi [ dharmadRSTi ]

mfn. id. [ seeing the right, regarding piety ], MBh.



dhárma-deva [ dharmadeva ]

m. the god of justice, MBh.



dhárma-deśaka [ dharmadezaka ]

m. teacher of the law, Pañc. iii, 104/105 ( v.l. °mâd° )



dhárma-deśanā [ dharmadezanA ]

f. instruction in the law, ib. ( B.; v.l. °môpad° )

with Buddhists = sermon, Kāraṇḍ., Lalit.



dhárma-dogdhrī [ dharmadogdhrI ]

f. a cow whose milk is destined for sacrifice, VP. ( -dughā ).



dhárma-dravī [ dharmadravI ]

f. ' having law or virtue for its waters ', N. of the Ganges, L.



dhárma-druh [ dharmadruh ]

mfn. violating the law or right, Mcar. ii, 7.



dhárma-droṇa [ dharmadroNa ]

m. or n. ' law-vessel ', N. of the law-books of Mn., Vas., Yājñ. and, Gaut., Sch. on Gobh., Śrāddhak.



dhárma-drohin [ dharmadrohin ]

mfn. -druh

m. a Rākṣasa, L.



dhárma-dvāra [ dharmadvAra ]

n., pl. the virtues or duties as a means of acquiring the highest wisdom, Car.



dhárma-dveṣin [ dharmadveSin ]

m. Terminalia Bellerica, L. ( -ghna )



dhárma-dvaita-nirṇaya [ dharmadvaitanirNaya ]

m., N. of a work.



dhárma-dhara [ dharmadhara ]

m., ' law-supporter ', N. of a partic. Samādhi

of a prince of the Kimnaras

of a Bodhi-sattva, Buddh.



dhárma-dhātu [ dharmadhAtu ]

m. ' the element of law or of existence ', one of the 18 Dhātus of the Buddhists

a Buddha ( whose essence is law ), L.

-niyata m. a partic. Samādhi, L.

-parirakṣiṇī f., N. of a Kiṃ-narī, Kāraṇḍ.

vāgīśvara m., N. of a, Buddh. deity.



dhárma-dhātrī [ dharmadhAtrI ]

f. female law-supporter etc. ( said of the water ), Hariv.



dhárma-dhāraya [ dharmadhAraya ]

mfn. maintaining the law, MaitrS.



dhárma-dhurya [ dharmadhurya ]

mfn. foremost in justice, Kām.



dhárma-dhṛk [ dharmadhRk ]

m., N. of a son of Śva-phalka, Hariv., VP. ( lit. = next or fr. √ dhṛṣ ? )



dhárma-dhṛt [ dharmadhRt ]

mfn. observing the law etc., AV.



dhárma-dhenu [ dharmadhenu ]

f. = -dogdhrī, VP.



dhárma-dhvaja [ dharmadhvaja ]

mfn. ' whose banner is law ', feigning virtue, hypocritical, an impostor, BhP. ( also -vat and °jika, MBh.; °jin, Mn. iv, 195 )

m., N. of the sun, MBh. iii, 149

of a king of Mithilā ( son of Kuśa-dhvaja, father of Amitadhvaja and Kṛta-dhvaja ), Pur.

of a brother of Kuśa-dhvaja, ib.

of a king of Kāñcana-pura, ib.

of another person, Lalit.



dhárma-nada [ dharmanada ]

m., N. of a sacred lake, SkandaP.



dhárma-nandana [ dharmanandana ]

m. ' Dharma's joy or son ', N. of Yudhi-ṣṭhira

pl. the sons of Pāṇḍu, BhP. i, 9, 12 ( cf. -ja, -janman etc. ).



dhárma-nandin [ dharmanandin ]

m., N. of a Buddh author.



dhárma-nātha [ dharmanAtha ]

m. legal protector, R.



dhárma-nābha [ dharmanAbha ]

m. ' law-centre ', N. of Viṣṇu, L.

of a king, Cat.



dhárma-nāśā [ dharmanAzA ]

f. ' law-ruin ', N. of a fictitious city, Kautukas.



dhárma-nitya [ dharmanitya ]

mfn. constant in duty, MBh.



dhárma-nibandha [ dharmanibandha ]

m. attachment to law, virtue, piety, W. ( °dhin, mfn. pious, holy, ib. )

N. of a work.



dhárma-niveśa [ dharmaniveza ]

m. religious devotion, MW.



dhárma-niṣṭha [ dharmaniSTha ]

mfn. grounded on or devoted to virtue, Mṛcch. x, 53.



dhárma-niṣpatti [ dharmaniSpatti ]

f. fulfilment of duty, moral or religious observance, W.



dhárma-netra [ dharmanetra ]

m., ' law-eyed ', N. of a grandson of Dhṛta-rāṣṭra, MBh.

of a son of Taṃsu and father of Duṣmanta, Hariv., Pur.

of a son of Haihaya, ib.

of a son of Su-vrata, BhP., VP. ( v.l. -sūtra ).



dhárma-ṃ-dada [ dharmaMdada ]

mfn. giving the law, Kāraṇḍ.

( ā ), f., N. of a Gandharvī, ib.



dhárma-pañcaviṃśatikā [ dharmapaJcaviMzatikA ]

f., N. of a work.



dhárma-paṭṭa [ dharmapaTTa ]

m. the band of law or duty, L.



dhárma-paṭṭana [ dharmapaTTana ]

v.l. for -pattana, q.v.



dhárma-pati [ dharmapati ]

( dhárma- ), m. the lord or guardian of law and order, VS., ŚBr.



dhárma-pattana [ dharmapattana ]

n. ' the city of the law ', N. of the city of Śrāvastī ( v.l. pattana, VarBṛS. xiv, 14 ), L.

pepper, Bhpr.



dhárma-pattra [ dharmapattra ]

n. Ficus Glomerata, L.



dhárma-patnī [ dharmapatnI ]

f. a lawful wife, Mn., Yājñ., MBh., Kāv. ( -dāra ).



dhárma-patha [ dharmapatha ]

m. = next, R.

N. of a merchant, L.



dhárma-pathin [ dharmapathin ]

m. ( nom. -panthās ) the way of duty or virtue, R.



dhárma-para [ dharmapara ]

mfn. intent on virtue, pious, righteous, Āpast., Var., MBh., Kāv.



dhárma-par´âyaṇa [ dharmaparAyaNa ]

mfn. id. [ intent on virtue, pious, righteous ], MBh., R.



dhárma-parîkṣā [ dharmaparIkSA ]

f. ' inquiry into the law ', N. of a work.



dhárma-paryāya [ dharmaparyAya ]

m., N. of partic. Buddh. wks., Lalit., Kāraṇḍ.



dhárma-pāṭhaka [ dharmapAThaka ]

m. a teacher of law, lawyer, Mn. xii, 111.



dhárma-pāla [ dharmapAla ]

m. ' law guardian ', fig. = punishment or sword, MBh. xii, 4429 ; 6204

N. of a minister of king Daśa-ratha, R.

of a great scholar, Buddh.

of a prince, Inscr.

of a poet, Cat.



dhárma-pāśa [ dharmapAza ]

m. ' band of law or duty ', N. of a partic. mythical weapon, R.



dhárma-pīṭha [ dharmapITha ]

m., ' law-seat ', N. of a place in Vārāṇasi, SkandaP.

( ā ), f., N. of a serpent-maiden, Kāraṇḍ.



dhárma-pīḍā [ dharmapIDA ]

f. transgression of law or duty, Daś.



dhárma-putra [ dharmaputra ]

m. a son begot from a sense of duty, L.

N. of Yudhi-ṣṭhira ( cf. -janman ), Mṛcch. i, 39

of the 11th Manu, VP.

du. of the Ṛṣis Nara and Nārāyaṇa, Pur.

°traka m. adopted son ( cf. pārvatī-dharmaputraka ).



dhárma-pura [ dharmapura ]

n. ' law-city ', N. of Ayodhyā, R.

of a town situated on the Narmadā river, W.



dhárma-puraskāra [ dharmapuraskAra ]

mfn. placing duty above all, Āpast.



dhárma-purāṇa [ dharmapurANa ]

n., N. of a work.



dhárma-pūta [ dharmapUta ]

mfn. purified by virtue, most virtuous, Daś.



dhárma-prakāśa [ dharmaprakAza ]

m., N. of a work.



dhárma-pracāra [ dharmapracAra ]

m. ' the course of law or right ', fig. = sword, L.



dhárma-pratirūpaka [ dharmapratirUpaka ]

m. counterfeit of virtue, Mn. xi, 9.



dhárma-pradīpa [ dharmapradIpa ]

m. ' light of the law ', N. of several wks.

-vyâkhyāna n., N. of a Comm.



dhárma-pradhāna [ dharmapradhAna ]

mfn. eminent in piety, Mn. iv, 243.



dhárma-prabhāsa [ dharmaprabhAsa ]

m. ' illuminator of the law ', N. of a Buddha.



dhárma-pramāṇa-pariccheda [ dharmapramANapariccheda ]

m., N. of a work.



dhárma-pravaktṛ [ dharmapravaktR ]

m. teacher of law, Mn.



dhárma-pravacana [ dharmapravacana ]

n. promulgation of the law, Buddh.



dhárma-pravṛtti [ dharmapravRtti ]

f. practice of virtue, pious act, Rājat.

N. of a work.



dhárma-praśna [ dharmaprazna ]

m. ' inquiry into the law ', N. of a work

-vyākhyā f., N. of a Comm. on it.



dhárma-prastha [ dharmaprastha ]

m. ' habitation of the god Dharma ', N. of a place of pilgrimage, MBh.



dhárma-priya [ dharmapriya ]

m. ' law-friend ', N. of a Gandharva prince, Kāraṇḍ.

of a, Buddh. scholar.



dhárma-prêkṣa [ dharmaprekSa ]

mfn. having an eye for what is right, R.



dhárma-plava [ dharmaplava ]

m. boat of virtue ( a son ), MBh. i, 3097.



dhárma-bala [ dharmabala ]

m. ' law-strength ', N. of a man, Buddh.



dhárma-bāṇijika [ dharmabANijika ]

etc., see -vāṇ°.



dhárma-bāhya [ dharmabAhya ]

mfn. ' outside the law ', contrary to what is right, W.



dhárma-bindu [ dharmabindu ]

m. ' a drop of the law ', N. of a work.



dhárma-buddhi [ dharmabuddhi ]

mfn. having a virtuous mind, Pañc.

N. of a merchant, Kathās.



dhárma-bhaginī [ dharmabhaginI ]

f. a female that has the rights of a sister, Kathās

a sister in respect of religion, Mṛcch. viii, 46/0 ( cf. -bhrātṛ ).



dhárma-bhagna [ dharmabhagna ]

mfn. one who has neglected his duty, Hariv.



dhárma-bhāgin [ dharmabhAgin ]

mfn. possessed of virtue, virtuous, Hit.



dhárma-bhāṇaka [ dharmabhANaka ]

m. law-expounder, preacher, Buddh.

lecturer, public reader of the MBh. and other sacred works, W.



dhárma-bhikṣuka [ dharmabhikSuka ]

m. a mendicant from virtuous motives, Mn. xi , 2.



dhárma-bhīru [ dharmabhIru ]

mfn. forgetful ( lit. afraid ) of duty, Kautukar.

°ruka mfn. tremblingly alive to duty, MW.



dhárma-bhṛt [ dharmabhRt ]

m. ' law-supporter ', N. of princes and other men, MBh. etc. ( cf. -dhṛt ).



dhárma-bhṛta [ dharmabhRta ]

m., N. of a son of the 13th Manu, Hariv. ( v.l. bhṛtha ).



dhárma-bhrātṛ [ dharmabhrAtR ]

m. a brother in respect of religion or piety, Yājñ. ( cf. -bhaginī ).



dhárma-mati [ dharmamati ]

m. ' pious-minded ', N. of a prince and of a god of the Bodhi tree.



dhárma-maya [ dharmamaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. consisting merely in law or virtue, moral, righteous, ŚBr., MBh., BhP.



dhárma-mahāmātra [ dharmamahAmAtra ]

m. a minister in matters of religion, Buddh.



dhárma-mātra [ dharmamAtra ]

mfn. depending only on modality or on the method, only attributive, KātyŚr. ( -tva, n., ib. )

n. mere modality, the manner or method, Jaim., Kāś. on, Pāṇ. ii, 3, 33.



dhárma-mārga [ dharmamArga ]

m. the path of virtue or duty, Pañc.



dhárma-mitra [ dharmamitra ]

m. ' friend of the law ', N. of a man, Buddh.



dhárma-mīmāṃsā [ dharmamImAMsA ]

f., N. of the Pūrvamimāṃsā of Jaimini

-paribhāṣā f. -saṃgraha and sāra-saṃgraha, m., N. of works.



dhárma-mūla [ dharmamUla ]

n. the foundation of law and religion, the Vedas, Gaut.



dhárma-mṛj [ dharmamRj ]

m. ( nom. mṛk ), v.l. for -dhṛk, Hariv.



dhárma-megha [ dharmamegha ]

m. a partic. Samādhi, Yogas. ( - dhyāna; n. a partic. state of mind connected with it, ib., Sch. )

( ā ), f., N. of one of the 10 Bhūmis, Buddh.



dhárma-meru [ dharmameru ]

m., N. of Comm. on Ragh.



dhárma-yajña [ dharmayajJa ]

m. sacrifice of virtue, an unbloody son, Jātakam.



dhárma-yaśas [ dharmayazas ]

m. ' glory of the law ', N. of a man, L.



dhárma-yukta [ dharmayukta ]

mfn. righteous, Āpast.

accordant with the law, ib., R.



dhárma-yuga [ dharmayuga ]

n. ' age of religion ', the Kṛta-yuga, Hariv.



dhárma-yuj [ dharmayuj ]

mfn. = -yukta, L.



dhárma-yuddha [ dharmayuddha ]

n. an honest fight, Kāv.



dhárma-yogê`śvara [ dharmayogezvara ]

m., N. of a poet.



dhárma-yoni [ dharmayoni ]

m. the womb or source of law, N. of Viṣṇu, Viṣṇ.



dhárma-rakṣitā [ dharmarakSitA ]

f. ' law-protected ', N. of a female, Daś.



dhárma-rata [ dharmarata ]

mfn. ' delighting in virtue ', virtuous, Kāv.



dhárma-rati [ dharmarati ]

mfn. id., Ragh.

N. of a demon, Lalit.



dhárma-ratna [ dharmaratna ]

n. -mañjūṣā f. °tnâkara m., N. of works.



dhárma-ratha [ dharmaratha ]

m. ' law-chariot ', N. of a son of Sagara, Hariv.

of Divi-ratha, Pur.

°thâbhirūḍha m. a partic. Samādhi, Kāraṇḍ.



dhárma-rasâyana [ dharmarasAyana ]

n., N. of a work.



dhárma-rahasya [ dharmarahasya ]

n., N. of a work.



dhárma-rāj [ dharmarAj ]

m. ' king of justice ', N. of Yama, Mn., BhP.

of Yudhi-ṣṭhira, MBh.

of a king of the herons ( son of Kaśyapa and an Apsaras ), MBh. xii, 6350 ( cf. rāja-dharman and dharmâṅga ).



dhárma-rāja [ dharmarAja ]

m., ' id. ' a just or righteous king, Hariv.

any king or prince, L.

a Buddha, L.

N. of Yama, MBh., Hariv., Daś. etc. ( -tā f., MBh. )

of Yudhiṣṭhira, MBh., Hariv. ( -purogama mfn. headed by Yudhiṣṭhira, MW. )

Law conceived as a king, Kāraṇḍ.

N. of sev. authors ( also -dīkṣita [ °tīya n. his wk. ], -putra, -bhaṭṭa, °jâdhvari-vara and °jâdhvarîndra -m. ).



dhárma-rājan [ dharmarAjan ]

m., ' id. ', N. of Yudhi-ṣṭhira, MBh.



dhárma-rājikā [ dharmarAjikA ]

f. a Stūpa, Buddh.



dhárma-rātrī [ dharmarAtrI ]

f., w.r. for -dhātrī, Hariv.



dhárma-ruci [ dharmaruci ]

mfn. delighting in or devoted to virtue, Āpast.

m., N. of a Dānava, Kathās.

of a god of the Bodhi tree, Lalit.

of a man, Buddh.



dhárma-rodhin [ dharmarodhin ]

mfn. opposed to law, illegal, immoral, W.



dhárma-lakṣaṇa [ dharmalakSaNa ]

n. an essential mark of law or ethics ( as place , time etc. ), ib.



dhárma-lopa [ dharmalopa ]

m. violation of law, neglect of duty, irreligion, MBh.

absence of an attribute, Sāh.



dhárma-vat [ dharmavat ]

1. mfn. ( 2. See under 3. dharma ) virtuous, pious, just, L.

( atī ), f., N. of a Mudrā, Buddh.

N. of women, Kathās.



dhárma-vatsala [ dharmavatsala ]

mfn. tenderly alive to duty, loving piety, MW.



dhárma-vartin [ dharmavartin ]

mfn. ' abiding in duty ', righteous, ib. [ MW. ]



dhárma-vardhana [ dharmavardhana ]

mfn. increasing right or virtue ( Śiva ), MBh.

N. of a king of Śrāvastī, Daś.

of a poet, Cat.

n., N. of a town, R.



dhárma-varman [ dharmavarman ]

n. ' shield or armour of justice ', N. of Kṛṣṇa, BhP.



dhárma-vasu-prada [ dharmavasuprada ]

mfn. granting virtue and wealth ( Viṣṇu ), Viṣṇ.



dhárma-vācas-pati [ dharmavAcaspati ]

m., N. of Sch. on Kāvyâ`d., Cat.



dhárma-vāṇijaka [ dharmavANijaka ]

( MBh. ) m. one who tries to make a profit out of his virtue like a merchant.



dhárma-vāṇijika [ dharmavANijika ]

( L. ) m. one who tries to make a profit out of his virtue like a merchant.



dhárma-vāṇijyaka [ dharmavANijyaka ]

( MBh. ) m. one who tries to make a profit out of his virtue like a merchant



dhárma-vāda [ dharmavAda ]

m. discussion or argument about law or duty, R.

°din mfn. discussing law or duty, MBh., Pañc.



dhárma-vāsara [ dharmavAsara ]

m. ' day of religious duties ', the day of full moon, L.

yesterday ( = pūrve-dyus ), L. ( dharmâha ).



dhárma-vāha [ dharmavAha ]

m. ' whose vehicle is the law ', just, virtuous, MBh.



dhárma-vāhana [ dharmavAhana ]

m., id. [ ' whose vehicle is the law ', just, virtuous ]

N. of Śiva, L.



dhárma-vāhya [ dharmavAhya ]

See -bāhya.



dhárma-vicāra [ dharmavicAra ]

m. ' discussion of law or duty -śāstra n. -saṃgraha m., N. of works.



dhárma-vijaya [ dharmavijaya ]

m. the victory of justice or virtue, Rājat.

N. of a drama, Cat.

gaṇi m., N. of Sch. on, Kir. Cat.



dhárma-vid [ dharmavid ]

mfn. knowing the law or duty, virtuous, pious, Gaut., MBh.



dhárma-vidyā [ dharmavidyA ]

f. knowledge of the law or right, L.



dhárma-vidharman [ dharmavidharman ]

n., pl. ( prajāpater dharmav° ) N. of 4 Sāmans, ĀrshBr.



dhárma-vidhi [ dharmavidhi ]

m. course of law, legal precept or injunction, Mn. x, 131.



dhárma-viplava [ dharmaviplava ]

m. violation of law or duty, wickedness, Kir.



dhárma-virodhavat [ dharmavirodhavat ]

mfn. = -rodhin, R. ( B. ).



dhárma-vivaraṇa [ dharmavivaraNa ]

n., N. of a work.



dhárma-vivriti [ dharmavivriti ]

f. ' explanation of the law ', N. of a work.



dhárma-vivardhana [ dharmavivardhana ]

m. ' promoter of law or right ', N. of a son of Aśoka ( = kunāla ), Buddh.



dhárma-viveka [ dharmaviveka ]

m. ' discussion on the law ', N. of works.

-vākya n., N. of a short poem ascribed to Halâ`yudha.



dhárma-vivecana [ dharmavivecana ]

n. judicial investigation, Mn. viii, 21.



dhárma-vṛtti [ dharmavRtti ]

f. ' explanation of the law ', N. of ch. of ŚārṅgP.



dhárma-vṛddha [ dharmavRddha ]

mfn. ' advanced in virtue ', MBh.

N. of a son of Śva-phalka, BhP. ( cf. -dhṛk and -bhṛt )

of other men, VP.



dhárma-vaitaṃsika [ dharmavaitaMsika ]

m. ' merit-catcher ', one who gives away money unlawfully acquired in the hope of acquiring merit, L.



dhárma-vyatikrama [ dharmavyatikrama ]

m. transgression of the law, Āpast., Gaut.



dhárma-vyavasthā [ dharmavyavasthA ]

m. judicial decision, decisive sentence, Gaut.



dhárma-vyādha [ dharmavyAdha ]

m. ' the righteous hunter ', N. of a Brāhman changed into a hunter in consequence of a curse, MBh. iii, Śukas. ( according to the VarP. of a Brāhman killer born as a hunter from the body of Vasu, king of Kaśmīra ).



dhárma-śarīra [ dharmazarIra ]

n. a body or collection of virtues or sacred relics, Jātakam

a kind of small Buddh. Stūpa.



dhárma-śarman [ dharmazarman ]

m. ' refuge of law or virtue ', N. of a preceptor

°mábhyudaya m., N. of a work.



dhárma-sāṭa-praticchanna [ dharmasATapraticchanna ]

mfn. clothed with the garb of righteousness, naked, Divyâv.



dhárma-śālā [ dharmazAlA ]

f. court of justice, tribunal, W.

charitable asylum, hospital, esp. religious asylum, L., RTL. 153.



dhárma-śāsana [ dharmazAsana ]

n. law-book, code of laws, MBh.



dhárma-śāstra [ dharmazAstra ]

n. id. [ law-book, code of laws ]

-kārikā f. -dīpikā f. -nibandha m. -vacana n. saṃgraha m. ( and °ha-śloka m., pl. ), -sarvasva n. -sudhā-nidhi m. °strôddhṛta-vacana n., pl. N. of works.



dhárma-śāstrin [ dharmazAstrin ]

m. an adherent of the law-books

pl. N. of a partic. school, Hcar.



dhárma-śīla [ dharmazIla ]

mfn. of a virtuous disposition, just, pious, MBh., Kāv.

m., N. of a man, Kathās.

of a woman, Śukas.



dhárma-śuddhi [ dharmazuddhi ]

f. a correct knowledge of the law, Mn. xii, 103.



dhárma-śravaṇa [ dharmazravaNa ]

n. the hearing of a sermon, Buddh.



dhárma-śreṣṭhin [ dharmazreSThin ]

m., N. of a Buddh. Arhat.



dhárma-saṃyukta [ dharmasaMyukta ]

mfn. lawful, legal, Sch. on Yājñ.



dhárma-saṃsṛta [ dharmasaMsRta ]

mfn. virtuous, pious, Var.



dhárma-saṃhitā [ dharmasaMhitA ]

f. code or collection of law ( as Manu, Yājñ. etc. )

N. of a partic. work, Cat.



dhárma-saṃkathā [ dharmasaMkathA ]

f., pl. pious conversation, Kād.



dhárma-saṅga [ dharmasaGga ]

m. devotion to justice or virtue

hypocrisy, W.



dhárma-saṃgara [ dharmasaMgara ]

m. = -yuddha, MBh.



dhárma-saṃgīti [ dharmasaMgIti ]

f. ' discussion about the law ', a Buddhist council

N. of a work.



dhárma-saṃgraha [ dharmasaMgraha ]

m., N. of a collection of Buddh. technical terms

-nivṛtti f., N. of a Jaina wk.



dhárma-saṃcaya [ dharmasaMcaya ]

m. store of good works, Mṛcch. viii, 1.



dhárma-saṃjña [ dharmasaMjJa ]

mfn. having the sense of duty

-tva n. ( Jātakam. ) and °jñā f. ( MBh. ) the sense of duty.



dhárma-satya-vrata [ dharmasatyavrata ]

mfn. devoted to truth and virtue, R.



dhárma-satya-vrateyu [ dharmasatyavrateyu ]

m. pl. = Dharmeyu, Satyeyu and Vrateyu, BhP. ix, 20, 4.



dhárma-saṃtāna-sū [ dharmasaMtAnasU ]

mfn. producing virtuous offspring or actions, MW.



dhárma-sabhā [ dharmasabhA ]

f. court of justice, tribunal, L.



dhárma-samaya [ dharmasamaya ]

m. a legal obligation, Mn. ix, 273.



dhárma-sampradāya-dīpikā [ dharmasampradAyadIpikA ]

f., N. of a work.



dhárma-sahāya [ dharmasahAya ]

m. a companion in religious duties, Sāh.



dhárma-sāgara [ dharmasAgara ]

m. ' ocean of justice ', N. of an author.



dhárma-sāṃkathya [ dharmasAMkathya ]

n. discussion about the law, Kārand.



dhárma-sādhana [ dharmasAdhana ]

n. fulfilment of duties, Siṉhâ`s

means of the fulfilment of duties, any act or virtue essential to a system of duties, Kām.



dhárma-sāra [ dharmasAra ]

m. ' law-essence ', N. of a work

-samuccaya m. ' collection of laws ', N. of a work.



dhárma-sārathi [ dharmasArathi ]

m. ' charioteer of Dharma ', N. of a son of Tri-kakud, BhP.



dhárma-sāvarṇi [ dharmasAvarNi ]

m., N. of the 11th Manu, Pur.



dhárma-sāvarṇika [ dharmasAvarNika ]

m., N. of the 11th Manu, Pur.



dhárma-siṃha [ dharmasiMha ]

m. ' lion of virtue ', N. of a man, L.



dhárma-sindhu [ dharmasindhu ]

m. ' ocean of law ' N. of sev. works

-sāra m. ' essence of the ocean of law ', N. of a work.



dhárma-suta [ dharmasuta ]

m. ' son of Dharma ', N. of Yudhiṣthira, BhP.



dhárma-subodhinī [ dharmasubodhinI ]

f., N. of a work.



dhárma-sū' [ dharmasU ]

mfn. promoting order or justice, TBr.

m. the fork-tailed shrike, L.



dhárma-sûkta [ dharmasUkta ]

n., N. of a work.



dhárma-sūtra [ dharmasUtra ]

n. a Sūtra wk. treating on law and custom ( -kāra m. the author of a Sūtra wk., Uttarar. iv, 1/2 - vyākhyā f., N. of a work. )

m., N. of a son of Su-vrata, BhP.



dhárma-setu [ dharmasetu ]

m. barrier of law or justice, MBh., Hariv., R.

N. of Śiva, Śivag.

of a son of Āryaka, BhP.



dhárma-sena [ dharmasena ]

m., N. of a king, Vet.

of an author, Cat.



dhárma-sevana [ dharmasevana ]

n. fulfilment of duties, Hit.



dhárma-skandha [ dharmaskandha ]

m. ' law-collection ', N. of a work

chief section of a wk. relating to laws, Saṃk.



dhárma-stha [ dharmastha ]

m. ' abiding in the law ', a judge, Mn. viii, 27.



dhárma-sthala [ dharmasthala ]

n. ' place of justice ', N. of a town, Vet.



dhárma-sthavira [ dharmasthavira ]

m. ' firm in law ', N. of a man, Buddh.



dhárma-sthiti-tā [ dharmasthititA ]

f. the constant nature of Dharma, ib. [ Buddh. ]



dhárma-sthūṇā-rāja [ dharmasthUNArAja ]

m. chief pillar of the law, PārGṛ.



dhárma-smāraka [ dharmasmAraka ]

m. law-teacher.



dhárma-smṛti [ dharmasmRti ]

f., N. of a work.



dhárma-svāmin [ dharmasvAmin ]

m. ' lord of law and right ', N. of a Buddha

of a sanctuary built by Dharma ( king of Kaśmīra ), Rājat. iv , 696.



dhárma-hantṛ [ dharmahantR ]

mf ( trī ) n. transgressing the law or justice, MBh.



dhárma-hāni [ dharmahAni ]

f. neglect of duty, Āpast.



dhárma-hīna [ dharmahIna ]

mfn. standing outside the law, Gaut.



dharmâ`kara [ dharmAkara ]

m. ' mine of virtue or law ', N. of a poet, Cat.

of the 99th Buddha

of a disciple of Buddha Lokêśvara-rāja

of a Buddh. translator.



dharmâkṣara [ dharmAkSara ]

n., pl. ' letters of the law ', formula or confession of faith, Mṛcch. viii, 41/42.



dharmâ`kṣepa [ dharmAkSepa ]

m. objection to the commonly accepted property or nature of anything, Kāvyâ`d. ii, 128.



dharmâ`khyāna [ dharmAkhyAna ]

n. explanation of duties, Cāṇ.



dharmâ`gama [ dharmAgama ]

m. ' law-tradition ', a law-book, MārkP. ( siddhânta-dh° ).



dharmâṅga [ dharmAGga ]

m. ' whose body is the law ', N. of Viṣṇu, Vishn.

( ā ), f. a heron, L. ( cf. dharma-rāj ).



dharmâṅgada [ dharmAGgada ]

m. ' having the law for ornament ', N. of a king ( son of Priyaṃ-kara ), Kṣitî`ś.

of another man, Cat.



dharmâ`cārya [ dharmAcArya ]

m. teacher of law or customs, ĀśvGṛ.

-stuti f., N. of a work.



dharmâtikrama [ dharmAtikrama ]

m. transgression of the law, Āpast.



dharmâ`tmaja [ dharmAtmaja ]

m. = °ma-suta, Vet.



dharmâ`tma-tā [ dharmAtmatA ]

f. religious-mindedness, justice, virtue, MBh., R.



dharmâ`tman [ dharmAtman ]

mfn. religious-minded, just, virtuous, dutiful, MBh., R., Var.

m. a saint, religious person

N. of Kumāra-pāla, L.



dharmâ`ditya [ dharmAditya ]

m. ' sun of justice ', N. of a Buddh. king, Inscr.



dharmâ`deśaka [ dharmAdezaka ]

See °ma-d°.



dharmâdharma [ dharmAdharma ]

m. du. right and wrong, justice and injustice, MW.

-jña mfn. knowing right and wrong, Mn. i, 26

-parî`kṣaṇa n. °kṣā f. the test of right and wrong, a kind of ordeal by drawing lots or slips of black and white paper, Sch. on Yājñ.

-prabodhinī and -vyavasthā f., N. of works.

-senā-hanana n., N. of ch. of the GaṇP.



dharmâdhikaraṇa [ dharmAdhikaraNa ]

n. administration or court of Justice, Pañc. ( -sthāna n. a law-court, ib. )

m. a judge, magistrate, MatsyaP.



dharmâdhikāra [ dharmAdhikAra ]

m. administration of the law, Śak.

N. of a work

-kāraṇika ( Pañc. ) and °ṇin ( L. ), m. a judge

°rika mfn. relating to the chapter on the law, Cat.

°rin mfn. administrator of the law, chief officer of justice , judge, magistrate, Pañc., Rājat. ( °ri-puruṣa m. officer of a law-court, Vet. )

a judge of morals, censor, preacher, Siṉhâs.



dharmâdhikṛta [ dharmAdhikRta ]

m. a judge, Pañc.



dharmâdhiṣṭhāna [ dharmAdhiSThAna ]

n. a court of justice, ib. [ Pañc. ]



dharmâdhyakṣa [ dharmAdhyakSa ]

m. ' overseer of justice ', minister of justice, judge, magistrate, Cāṇ., Rājat.



dharmâdhvan [ dharmAdhvan ]

m. the way of justice or virtue, Prab.

°dhva-bodha m., N. of a work.



dharmânala [ dharmAnala ]

m. fire of justice, N. of a man, Kautukar.



dharmânukāṅkṣin [ dharmAnukAGkSin ]

mfn. striving after justice or what is right, R.



dharmânuṣṭhāna [ dharmAnuSThAna ]

n. fulfilment of duty, virtuous or moral conduct, Āpast.



dharmânusāra [ dharmAnusAra ]

m. conformity to law or virtue, course or practice of duty, W.



dharmânusmṛti [ dharmAnusmRti ]

f. continual meditation on the law, Lalit.

°ty-upasthāna n., N. of a work.



dharmândhu [ dharmAndhu ]

m. ' well of virtue ', ' sacred well ', N. of a Tīrtha, SkandaP.



dharmânvaya [ dharmAnvaya ]

m. obedience to law, Divyâv.



dharmâpêta [ dharmApeta ]

mfn. departing from virtue, wicked, unrighteous

n. immorality, vice, W.



dharmâbhijana-vat [ dharmAbhijanavat ]

mfn. righteous and of noble origin, R.



dharmâbhimanas [ dharmAbhimanas ]

mfn. directing the mind to virtue or religion, virtuous, W.



dharmâbhimukha [ dharmAbhimukha ]

m. ' turned to virtue ', N. of a partic. Samādhi, Kāraṇḍ.

( ā ), f., N. of an Apsaras, ib.



dharmâbhiṣeka-kriyā [ dharmAbhiSekakriyA ]

f. any ablution prescribed as a religious duty, Śak.



dharmâmṛta [ dharmAmRta ]

n. ' law-nectar ', N. of a work

-mah´ôdadhi m. ' the ocean of law-nectar ', N. of a work.



dharmâmbodhi [ dharmAmbodhi ]

m. ' law-ocean ', N. of a work.



dharmâ`yatana [ dharmAyatana ]

n. the sphere or objects of Manas

°nika mfn. relating to them, Buddh.



dharmâyana [ dharmAyana ]

n. course of law, lawsuit, Bhar.



dharmâraṇya [ dharmAraNya ]

n. ' grove of religion ', sacred grove or wood, Śak.

N. of a sacred forest in Madhya-deśa, Var., MBh.

of a town founded by Amūrta-rajas, R.

N. of a work

-kulâ`cāra-nirṇaya m. -khaṇḍa m. or n. māhātmya, n., N. of works.



dharmârṇava [ dharmArNava ]

m., N. of a work ( °mâmbodhi ).



dharmârtha [ dharmArtha ]

m., du. religious merit and wealth, Mn. ii, 112 etc.

( am ), ind. for religious purposes, according to right or rule or duty, MW.

-kāma-mokṣa m., pl. religious merit, wealth, pleasure and final emancipation ( the 4 objects of existence ), MW.

-darśin mfn. having an eye to duty and interest or to religion and wealth, MW.

pratibaddhatā f. attachment to duty and interest or to religion and wealth, ib.

-yukta mfn. conformable to duty and interest, Āpast.

°rthika mfn. striving after righteousness, just, pious, L.

°rthīya mfn. relating to law or duty, MBh.



dharmâlīka [ dharmAlIka ]

mfn. having a false character, MW.



dharmâ`loka [ dharmAloka ]

m. ' light of the law ', N. of a work, Kāraṇḍ.

-mukha n. introduction to the light of the law, Lalit.



dharmâvâ`pti [ dharmAvApti ]

f. acquirement of religious merit, R.



dharmâviruddhám [ dharmAviruddham ]

ind. according ( lit. not opposed ) to law or duty, MBh. i, 3501.



dharmâśoka [ dharmAzoka ]

m. ' the Aśoka of justice ', N. of king Aśoka ( the grandson of Candra-gupta )

of a poet

-datta m., N. of a poet.



dharmâ`śrita [ dharmAzrita ]

mfn. seeking virtue, just, pious, Var.



dharmâ`sana [ dharmAsana ]

n. the throne of justice, judgment-seat, Mn., MBh., Kāv. etc.

-gata mfn. seated on it, MW.



dharmâstikāya [ dharmAstikAya ]

m. the category or predicament of virtue, Jain.



dharmâha [ dharmAha ]

m. yesterday, L. ( °ma-vāsara ).



dharmâ`hṛta [ dharmAhRta ]

mfn. acquired in a legal manner, Āpast.



dharmêndra [ dharmendra ]

m. ' lord of justice ', N. of Yama, MBh.



dharmê`psu [ dharmepsu ]

mfn. wishing to gain religious merit, Mn. x, 127.



dharmê`śa [ dharmeza ]

m. = °mêndra, SkandaP.



dharmê`śvara [ dharmezvara ]

m., id. [ = °mêndra ], ib. [ SkandaP. ] ( -tīrtha n., SivaP.; -liṅga n., SkandaP. )

N. of a Deva-putra, Lalit.

of sev. men, ib.

of sev. authors ( also °ra-daivajña and °râgni-hotrin ), Cat.



dharmôccaya [ dharmoccaya ]

m. ' accumulation of law ', N. of a palace, Buddh.



dharmôttamā [ dharmottamA ]

f., N. of a Comm.



dharmôttara [ dharmottara ]

mfn. entirely devoted to justice or virtue, Gaut., Ragh.

m., N. of a Buddh. teacher ( °rīya m. pl. his scholars ), n. predominance of virtue ( over wealth and pleasure ), MBh.

N. of works ( viṣṇu-dh° and śiva-dh° ).



dharmôpaghātaka [ dharmopaghAtaka ]

mfn. ' law-killing ', unlawful, MBh. i, 2979.



dharmôpadeśa [ dharmopadeza ]

m. instruction in law or duty, religious or moral instruction, Mn., Āpast.

the laws collectively, Mn. xii, 106

the statement of modality, Jaim. ( °ma-mātra )

N. of a Jaina work

°deśaka m. teacher of the law, spiritual preceptor, L.

°deśanā f., v.l. for °ma-deśanā, q.v.



dharmôpadha [ dharmopadha ]

mfn. making a pretence of religion, hypocritical, MW.



dharmôpamā [ dharmopamA ]

f. a simile in which two things are compared with regard to a common characteristic peculiarity, Kāvyâd. ii, 15.



dharmôpêta [ dharmopeta ]

mfn. endowed with virtues, MW.



dharma [ dharma ]

2. Nom. P. °mati, to become, law, Vop.



dhárma [ dharma ]

3. in comp. for °man, q.v.



dhárma-kṛt [ dharmakRt ]

2. m. maintainer of order ( Indra ), RV. viii. 87, 1.



dhárma-vat [ dharmavat ]

2. ( dhárma ), mfn. accompanied by Dharman or the law ( Aśvins ), viii, 35, 13.



धर्म
 dharma [ dharma ]

See p. 510, col. 3. [ see above ]