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 dhvan [ dhvan ]


1 ( only aor. ádhvanīt ), to be come covered or extinguished ( as anger ), RV. : Caus. ádhv˘ānayat aor. dhvanayīt, to envelop, wrap up, darken, ib.

[ Cf. 2. dhvāntá Lith. dumju, dumti, to cover, wrap up

Angl. Sax. dvinan, dvan, to be extinguished, vanish ; dun, dark-brown, dark. ]




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 dhvan [ dhvan ]

2 cl. 1. P. dhvanati ( perf. dadhvāna, dadhvanur, Bhaṭṭ. fut. dhvaniṣyati, °nitā Gr. )

to sound, roar, make a noise, echo, reverberate, Kāv. etc. to mean, imply, ( esp. Pass. dhvanyate, it is meant, it is implied )

Caus. dhv˘ānayati, Dhātup. ( aor. adidhvanat or adadh° Gr. ), to cause to sound, make resound ( cf. °nayat below )

dhvanayati, to allude to, hint at, Mṛcch., Comm. : Intens. in dandhvana, q.v.

[ Cf. 1. dhvāntá : Lith. dundéti, to sound, call Angl. Sax. dynian, to thunder. ]