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दिन

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दिन
 diná [ dina ]


1 mfn. ( √ do ) cut, divided, mowed cf. RV. viii, 67 , 10 ( cf. svayaṃ- )




दिन
 dina [ dina ]

2 ( √ 3. ) . a-saṃ-



दिन
 dína [ dina ]

3 ( accented only cf. Naigh. i, 9 ), m. n. ( g. ardharcâdi, only occurring as n. ) a day cf. Mn. cf. Ragh. cf. Pañcat. and o. ( ifc. also in Vedic texts ), ifc. f. ā cf. Rājat. i, 347. [ Cf. Lat. peren-dinus, nūndinus etc. ; Got. sin-teins ; Lit. de10na ; O. Pr. acc. sg. deinan ; Slav. dṛnī. ]



dína-kara [ dinakara ]

mf ( ī ) n. making day or light

m. the sun cf. Kāv. etc.

N. of an Āditya cf. RāmatUp.

of the author of the wk. Candr^arkī

of a cf. Sch. on cf. Śiś. ( miśra-d° )

of other men

( ī ), f. ( scil. ṭīkā ) N. of cf. Comm. on the Bhāshsp. and Siddh^anta-mukt^avalī

°ra-ṭppanī f. N. of a cf. Comm.

°ra-tanaya m. ' son of the sun ', the planet Saturn cf. Var

°ra-deva m. N. of a poet

°ra-bhaṭṭa m. N. of an author

°ṭīya n. his wk.

°râtmaja m. ' daughter of the sun ', patr. of the Yamunā

°rīya n. °róddyota m. N. of wks.



dína-kartavya [ dinakartavya ]

n. ' day-duty ', ceremonies to be performed daily cf. Kathās



dína-kartṛ [ dinakartR ]

m. ' day-maker ', the sun cf. Hariv.



dína-kārya [ dinakArya ]

n. = -kartavya cf. Kathās



dína-kṛt [ dinakRt ]

m. = -kartṛ cf. MBh. cf. VarBṛS. etc.

-suta m. = -karatanaya cf. VarYogay

°d-divasa m. Sunday cf. ib.



dína-kṛtya [ dinakRtya ]

n. = -kartavya cf. Kathās. lii, 410 ( printed diva-k° )



dína-keśava [ dinakezava ]

and m. ' day-hair ', darkness cf. L.



dína-kesara [ dinakesara ]

( also written °śara ), m. ' day- hair ', darkness cf. L.



dína-kṣaya [ dinakSaya ]

m. ' day-decline ', evening cf. Kām

= tithi- cf. Hcat. i, 3

N. of a ch. of cf. PSarv.



dína-gaṇa [ dinagaNa ]

m. = ahar- cf. Gaṇit

°ṇita n. N. of wk.



dína-graha [ dinagraha ]

m. day-planet cf. Hcat. i, 7



dína-caryā [ dinacaryA ]

f. daily-work cf. Kathās



dína-cchidrā [ dinacchidrA ]

n. change of moon at the beginning or end of a halfday

a day

a constellation or a lunar mansion cf. Hcat. i, 3, 5



dína-jyotis [ dinajyotis ]

n. daylight, sunshine cf. L.



dína-duḥkhita [ dinaduHkhita ]

mfn. ' afflicted by day ', m. the Cakra-vāka bird cf. L.



dína-naktam [ dinanaktam ]

ind. by day and night cf. MārkP.



dína-nātha [ dinanAtha ]

m. ' day-lord ', the sun cf. Vcar. xiv, 64



dína-niś [ dinaniz ]

f. du. day and night cf. VarBṛS. xxxii, 7



dína-pa [ dinapa ]

m. the regent of a week-day cf. Āryabh. iii, 16



dína-pati [ dinapati ]

m. id. cf. Gaṇit

' day-lord ', the sun cf. Bhartṛ. cf. Rājat



dína-pākin [ dinapAkin ]

mfn. being digested within a day cf. Bhpr.



dína-pāṭikā [ dinapATikA ]

f. a day's wages cf. Vet. iv, 2/3 ( v.l. )



dína-praṇī [ dinapraNI ]

m. ' day-leader ', the sun ( cf. tithi- ) cf. L.



dína-prabhā [ dinaprabhA ]

f. = -jyotis cf. L.



dína-bandhu [ dinabandhu ]

m. ' day-friend ', the sun cf. L.



dína-bala [ dinabala ]

m. ' day-strength ', N. of the 5th-8th, 11th and 12th signs of the zodiac collectively cf. L.



dína-bhartṛ [ dinabhartR ]

m. = -nātha cf. Vcar. xi, 1, 12



dína-maṇi [ dinamaNi ]

m. day-jewel ', the sun cf. Gīt. cf. Bālar

-sārathi m. the sun's charioteer, Aruṇa cf. Bālar. vi, 68/69



dína-mala [ dinamala ]

n. ' day-refuse ( ? ) ', a month cf. L.



dína-mukha [ dinamukha ]

n. ' day-face ', daybreak cf. Daś



dína-mūrdhan [ dinamUrdhan ]

m. day-head ', the eastern mountain ( cf. udayá ) cf. L.



dína-ratna [ dinaratna ]

n. = -maṇi cf. L.



dína-rāja [ dinarAja ]

m. ' day king ', the sun cf. Svapnac. i, 18



dína-rāśi [ dinarAzi ]

m. a term of days cf. L. ( cf. ahar-gaṇa )



dína-vāra [ dinavAra ]

m. week-day cf. Gaṇit



dína-vyāsa-dala [ dinavyAsadala ]

n. ' day-radius ', the radius of a circle made by an asterism in its daily revolution cf. Sūryas. ii, 60.



dína-saṃcaya [ dinasaMcaya ]

m. = -rāśi cf. Gol. ii, 12



dína-spriś [ dinaspriz ]

n. a lunar day coinciding with three week- days cf. Hcat. i, 3



dinânśa [ dinAnza ]

and m. ' day-portion ', day-time cf. L.



dinânśaka [ dinAnzaka ]

m. ' day-portion ', day-time cf. L.



dinâgama [ dinAgama ]

m. daybreak cf. Hariv. 4287



dinâṇḍa [ dinANDa ]

n. ' day-egg ' ( i.e. day-break-veil or -cover ), darkness cf. L.



dirâtyaya [ dirAtyaya ]

m. = °na-kṣaya cf. L.



dinâdi [ dinAdi ]

m. daybreak, dawn cf. Śiś. xi, 52



dinâdhinātha [ dinAdhinAtha ]

and m. ' day-lord ', the sun cf. Daś. cf. Pañc



dinâdhiśa [ dinAdhiza ]

m. ' day-lord ', the sun cf. Daś. cf. Pañc



dinânta [ dinAnta ]

m. ' day-end ', sunset, evening cf. Kālid



dinântaka [ dinAntaka ]

m. ' day-destroyer ', darkness cf. L.



dinârambha [ dinArambha ]

m. daybreak cf. W.



dinârdha [ dinArdha ]

m. ' day-half. ' noon cf. Kalpat

half a day cf. MBh. vii, 6036

half the days or time cf. Siṉhâs



dinâvasāna [ dinAvasAna ]

n. ' day-close ', evening cf. Kālid



dinâstra [ dinAstra ]

n. ' day-missile ', N. of a magical formula cf. Mantram



dinêśa [ dineza ]

m. = °na-pati cf. VarBṛS.

°śâtmaja m. ' son of the Sun ', the planet Saturn cf. ib.



dinêśvara [ dinezvara ]

m. = °na-nâtha cf. Hariv. cf. R. cf. Bhartṛ



dinaˆika [ dinaika ]

m. one day cf. MW.



dinôdaya [ dinodaya ]

m. daybreak, dawn cf. Subh



dinôpavāsin [ dinopavAsin ]

mfn. fasting by day cf. Hāsy. i, 17



dinaˆugha [ dinaugha ]

m. = dina-rāśi cf. Gaṇit



dinikā [ dinikA ]

f. a day's wages cf. L.