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ध्वज

dhvajá [ dhvaja ]


m. ( n. only Hariv. 9245 and g. ardharcâdi ; fr. 2. dhvaj ) a banner, flag, standard ( ifc. f. ā ), RV. etc.

a flag-staff, W.

mark, emblem, ensign, characteristic, sign, MBh.; Hariv.

attribute of a deity ( cf. makara-, vṛṣabha- etc. )

the sign of any trade ( esp. of a distillery or tavern ) and the business there carried on, Mn. iv, 85

a distiller or vendor of spirituous liquors, L.

( ifc. ) the ornament of ( e.g. kula-dhvaja ), L.

the organ of generation ( of any animal, male or female ) cf. Suśr.; L. ( cf. puṃ-, strī- )

a skull carried on a staff ( as a penance for the murder of a Brāhman, W as a mark of ascetics and Yogīs, MW. )

N. of a tree ( = -vṛkṣa ), Cat.

a place prepared in a peculiar way for building, L. ( in pros. ) an iambic

( in Gr. ) a partic. kind of Krama-pāṭha : ( in astrol. ) N. of a Yoga

pride, arrogance, hypocrisy, L.

N. of a Grāma, Pāṇ. iv, 2, 109, Sch.




dhvajá-gṛha [ dhvajagRha ]

n. a room in which banners are kept or from which banners wave, Hariv.



dhvajá-grīva [ dhvajagrIva ]

m. ' banners-( i.e. high. ) necked ', N. of a Rakshas, R.



dhvajá-druma [ dhvajadruma ]

m. the palm tree ( used for making flag- staffs ), L.

mfn. having banners for trees, R.



dhvajá-navamī [ dhvajanavamI ]

f. a partic. festival, Cat.



dhvajá-paṭa [ dhvajapaTa ]

m. ' banners-cloth ', a flag, Kāv. etc.



dhvajá-patākin [ dhvajapatAkin ]

mfn. furnished with banners and trees, Hcat.



dhvajá-praharaṇa [ dhvajapraharaNa ]

m. ' banners-striking ', air, wind, L.



dhvajá-bhaṅga [ dhvajabhaGga ]

m. fracture or fall of a banners, W.

fall of the male organ, impotence, Suśr.



dhvajá-yantra [ dhvajayantra ]

n. ' banner-instrument ', any contrivance for fastening a flag-staff, MBh.; R.



dhvajá-yaṣṭi [ dhvajayaSTi ]

f. flag-staff, Mn.; MBh.; R.



dhvajá-rājin [ dhvajarAjin ]

mfn. displaying flags or banners, MW.



dhvajá-vat [ dhvajavat ]

mfn. decorated with banners ( town ), R.

bearing a mark or sign ( esp. that of criminal ), Yājñ. iii, 243

m. a standard-bearer, MBh.

a vendor of spirituous liquors Mn. iv, 84 ( cf. dhvajá above )

a Brāhman who having slain another carries the skull of the murdered man by way of penance, W.

( ī ), f. N. of a divine female ( the daughter of Hari-medhas ), MBh.

of a divine attendant of a Bodhi-sattva, Lalit.



dhvajá-vada [ dhvajavada ]

m. N. of a man, g. tikâdi, Kāś.



dhvajá-vṛkṣa [ dhvajavRkSa ]

m. Caryota Urens, L.



dhvajá-samucchraya [ dhvajasamucchraya ]

m. raising a flag, Buddh.



dhvajá-hṛta [ dhvajahRta ]

mfn. = °jâhṛta, L.



dhvajâṃśuka [ dhvajAMzuka ]

m. = °ja-paṭa, W.



dhvajâkāra [ dhvajAkAra ]

mf ( ā ) n. furnished with a banner ( flag-staff ), Hariv.



dhvajâgra [ dhvajAgra ]

n. the top of a standard ( See below )

m. a partic. Samādhi, Kāraṇḍ.

a partic. Roma-vivara, ib.

-keyūra m. ' the ring on the top of a standard ', N. of a partic. Samādhi, Buddh.

-niśā-maṇi, m.

°gra-vatī f. N. of 2 modes of reckoning, Lalit.



dhvajâropaṇa [ dhvajAropaNa ]

n. raising a flag, Cat.



dhvajâroha [ dhvajAroha ]

m. a kind of ornament on a flag, MBh. vi, 619 ( w.r. gajâr° B. )



dhvajârohaṇa [ dhvajArohaNa ]

n. ( °ropaṇa ? ) N. of wk.



dhvajâhṛta [ dhvajAhRta ]

mfn. plundered on the battle-field ( where the standard is ), Mn. viii, 415.



dhvajôcchrāya [ dhvajocchrAya ]

m. erecting a banner, L.

= °jônnati, Suśr.



dhvajôtthāna [ dhvajotthAna ]

n. = jôcchrāya, N. of a festival in honour of Indra, L.



dhvajôtthāpana [ dhvajotthApana ]

n. = °jôcchrāya

-mantra m. N. of wk.



dhvajônnati [ dhvajonnati ]

f. erection of the male organ, Bhpr.