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दिव्

दिव्
 div [ div ]


1. cl. 1. P. -devati, cl. 10. P. -deyavati, to cause to lament, to pain, vex

to ask, beg

to go

Ā. °te, to suffer pain, Dhātup. xxxiii, 51, 32.




दिव्
 div [ div ]

2. cl. 4. dī'vyati, °te, RV., Br. etc. ( perf. didéva, AV.; fut. deviṣyati; cond, adeviṣyat, MBh., Daś.; aor. adevīt, MBh.,; infin. devitum, MBh. etc.; ind. p. devitvā, Pāṇ.i, 2, 18; -dīvya, RV. x, 42, 9 ) to cast, throw, esp. dice, i.e. play, gamble ( akṣais, RV. x, 34, 13, MBh. iii, 2260; akṣān, Pāṇ. i, 4, 43 ), with ( instr., MBh. ii, 2509 ), for ( instr., ii, 2061 etc.; acc., MaitrS. i, 6, 11, ŚBr. v, 4, 4, 23; dat., MBh. iv, 534 ; ii, 2468; gen. [ śatasya ], Pāṇ. ii, 3, 58 )

to lay a wager, bet with ( sârdham ), upon ( dat. ), MBh. i, 1192

to play, sport, joke, trifle with ( acc., AV. v, 29 )

to have free scope, spread, increase ( Pañc. ii, 193, B. vardhati )

to shine, be bright [ Zd. dīv; ( ? ) Lit. dyvas ], BhP. iii, 20, 22

to praise, rejoice, be drunk or mad

to sleep

to wish for

to go, Dhātup.

Caus. devayati, to cause to play ( Sch. ) or to sport, BhP. iii, 20, 22

Desid. dideviṣati and dudyūṣati, Pāṇ. vii, 2, 49, Kāś.

Caus. of Desid. dudyūṣayati, to incite to play, Bhaṭṭ. v, 49

Intens. dedivīti, dedyeti, dedeti etc., Vop. xx, 17.



dív [ div ]

3. See dyú below.



dyú [ dyu ]

[ div, dyú ] ( nom. dyaús; voc. dyàus [ RV. vi, 51, 5, AV. vi, 4, 3 ]; acc. dyā'm dívam; instr. divā' or dīvā; dat. dive [ dyave, MBh. i, 3934 ]; abl. gen. divás [ rarely dyós e.g., RV. iv, 27, 3; i, 115, 5 ]; loc. diví, dyávi; du. dyāvā s.v. [ dyávī as voc. only iv, 56, 5 ]; pl. nom. dyā'vas [ divas only ix, 118, 11 ]; acc. dyū'n [ rarely dívas, divás, e.g. i, 194, 2; iv, 3, 8 ]; instr. dyúbhis; native grammarians give as stems div and dyo; the latter is declined through all cases like go, but really does not occur except in forms mentioned above and in dyo-salila, MBh. viii, 4658, while div and dyu regularly alternate before vowels and consonants ), m. ( rarely f. ) in Ved., f. in later Skr. heaven, the sky ( regarded in Ved. as rising in three tiers [ avama, madhyama, uttama or tṛtīya, RV. v, 60, 6 etc. ], and generally as the father ( dyaúṣ pitā', while the earth is the mother [, dyāvā-pṛthivī ], and Ushas the daughter ), rarely as a goddess, daughter of Prajā-pati, AitBr. iii, 33, ŚBr. i, 7, 4, 1).

m. ( rarely n. ) day ( esp. in pl. and in such forms as dívā, by day ( cf. s.v. )

dyávi-dyavi, daily, every day

ánu dyū'n, day by day, daily

dyúbhis and úpa dyúbhis, by day or in the course of days, a long time, RV.

m. brightness, sheen, glow ( only dyúbhis ), RV. i, 53 , 4; iii, 3, 2 etc.

fire ( nom. dyus ), L. [ Cf. dyú ; Gk. Ζεύς, ΔιFός etc. = dyaús, divás ; Lat. Jou, Ju in Ju-piter, Jovis, Jovi etc. = dyavas, dyavi ; O. E. Tiw ; O. H. G. Zîu ; O. N. Ty'r ].



dív-ít [ divit ]

mfn. going to the sky, RV. x, 76, 6.



dív-ítmat [ divitmat ]

mfn. going in or to the sky, heavenly, RV. iv, 31, 11 etc.

°matā instr. heavenwards, RV. i, 26, 2.



dív-iṣṭi [ diviSTi ]

( dív- ), f. longing for heaven, devotion, worship, sacrifice ( generally loc. plur. ), RV.



dív-īśa [ divIza ]

m. lord in lord in heaven, pl. N. of the Ādityas, Vasu and Rudra, Hcat. i, 6. ( For other comp. see under divás, divā, 2. diví, divo 3. dyú. )