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दिग्

dig [ dig ]


in comp. for 2. diś.




dig-aṅganā [ digaGganA ]

f. = dik-kanyā, Kuval.



dig-adhipa [ digadhipa ]

m. = dik-pati, Naish. vi, 112.



dig-anta [ diganta ]

m. ' the end of the horizon ', remote distance, Bhartṛ. i, 37

mfn. being in remote distance, MBh. x, 260.



dig-antara [ digantara ]

n. another region, a foreign country, Ragh. ii, 15, Rājat. etc.

a quarter of the sky

( also pl. ) space, the atmosphere, Kād.



dig-ambara [ digambara ]

mfn. ' sky clothed ', i.e. quite naked, Bhartṛ. iii, 90, Pañc. v, 14

m. ( also -ka ) a naked mendicant ( esp. of the Jaina or Bauddha sect, cf. 1. kṣapaṇa ), Prab., Vet. etc., MWB. 530 etc.

N. of Siva or Skanda, L.

of a grammarian, Gaṇar

darkness, L.

( ī ), f. N. of Durgā, L. ( cf. -vastra and -vāsas )

°ra-tva n. entire nakedness. Kum. v, 72.



dig-avasthāna [ digavasthAna ]

n. air, Gal.



dig-āgata [ digAgata ]

mfn. come from a distant quarter, Yājñ. ii, 254.



dig-ibha [ digibha ]

m. = dik-karin, BhP. v, 14, 39.



dig-īśa [ digIza ]

( Var. ) m. = dik-pati.



dig-īśvara [ digIzvara ]

( MBh. ), m. = dik-pati.



dig-gaja [ diggaja ]

m. = dik-karin, MBh., R. etc.



dig-grahaṇa [ diggrahaNa ]

n. observing and fixing the quarters of the compass, Var. BṛS. xxiv, 9.



dig-jaya [ digjaya ]

m. the conquest of various countries in all directions, Rājat. iv, 183 ( cf. -vijaya ).



dig-jyā [ digjyA ]

f. the azimuth cosine of a place, Gāṇit.



dig-dantin [ digdantin ]

m. = dik-karin, Śatr.



dig-darśana [ digdarzana ]

n. the act of looking to every quarter, a general survey, MW.



dig-darśin [ digdarzin ]

mfn. looking round on all sides, having a general view, MW.



dig-dāha [ digdAha ]

m. glowing, i.e. preternatural redness of the horizon, Mn. iv, 115, Yājñ., MBh. etc.



dig-devatā [ digdevatA ]

f. = dik-pati, BhP.



dig-deśa [ digdeza ]

m. a distant region or country, Rājat. iv, 308, 417

in g. region, country, Hit. i, 1/2.



dig-daivata [ digdaivata ]

n. = -devatā, MBh. vii, 7293.



dig-nāga [ dignAga ]

See diṅ-.



dig-bandha [ digbandha ]

m. = grahana, Kathās. lxxiii, 116.



dig-bhāga [ digbhAga ]

m. = dik-provibh°, R. iv, 47, Pañc. ii, 12/13.



dig-bheda [ digbheda ]

m. difference of direction, Sūryas.



dig-bhrama [ digbhrama ]

m. perplexity about points of the compass

mistaking the way or direction, Vcar. v, 66.



dig-maṇḍala [ digmaNDala ]

see diṅ-.



dig-yātrā [ digyAtrA ]

f. a procession in different directions, Siṉhâs. Introd. 3.



dig-lābha [ diglAbha ]

m. profit or gain in a distant region, Yājñ. ii, 254.



dig-vakra-saṃstha [ digvakrasaMstha ]

mfn. standing apart from the right direction, VarYogay. viii, 1.



dig-vadhū [ digvadhU ]

f. -aṅganā, Kād.



dig-vasana [ digvasana ]

m. a Jaina, SŚaṃkar

n. nakedness ', Pratāpar.



dig-vastra [ digvastra ]

mfn. = -ambara

m. N. of Śiva, L.

of a grammarian ( = deva-nandin ), Gaṇar.



dig-vāraṇa [ digvAraNa ]

m. = dik-karin, MBh.



dig-vāsas [ digvAsas ]

mfn. = -ambara, Mn. xi, 201, MBh., BhP.

m. a naked mendicant, L.

N. of Śiva, MBh. xiii, 695 etc.

of a grammarian, Gaṇar.



dig-vijaya [ digvijaya ]

m. = dig-jaya

N. of a section of the MBh. ( ii, 983-1203 ) describing the victories of Yudhi-shṭhira

of a work by Śaṃkarâcārya describing his controversial victories over various sects

-krama m. going forth to conquer the world, invasion, W.



dig-vidik-stha [ digvidikstha ]

mfn. situated towards the cardinal and intermediate points, encompassing, MW.



dig-vidhāna [ digvidhAna ]

n. N. of a ch. of the Tantras.



dig-vibhāga [ digvibhAga ]

m. quarter, point, direction, Vikr. i, 0/1, Ratn. iv, 5.



dig-vibhāvita [ digvibhAvita ]

mfn. celebrated or known in all quarters, W.



dig-virati [ digvirati ]

f. the not passing beyond boundaries in any direction, Jain.



dig-vilokana [ digvilokana ]

n. = dik-prekṣaṇa, Kām. vii, 25.



dig-vyāghāraṇa [ digvyAghAraNa ]

n. sprinkling of the quarters of the sky, PārGṛ. iii, 8, 9.



dig-vyāpin [ digvyApin ]

mfn. spreading through all space or every quarter, W.



dig-vrata [ digvrata ]

n. = -virati, Jain.