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दिवस

divasa [ divasa ]


m. ( or ri., g. ardharcâdi cf. L. ) heaven cf. TBr. i, 7, 6, 6

a day cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc. [ Cf. ? in ?, ? for ? . ]




divasa-kara [ divasakara ]

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



divasa-kṛt [ divasakRt ]

m. id. cf. MBh. cf. Var



divasa-kriyā [ divasakriyA ]

f. the religious performances of the day cf. Kathās. liv, 136



divasa-kṣaya [ divasakSaya ]

mfn. ' day-end ', evening cf. MBh. i, 699



divasa-cara [ divasacara ]

mfn. ' day-walking ' ( opp. to niśā-cara ) ' cf. VarBṛS.



divasa-cchidra [ divasacchidra ]

n. = dina- cf. Hcat. i, 3



divasa-tithi [ divasatithi ]

the day-part of a lunar day cf. Sūryapr.



divasa-nātha [ divasanAtha ]

and m. ' day-lord ', the sun cf. Var



divasa-bhartṛ [ divasabhartR ]

m. ' day-lord ', the sun cf. Var



divasa-nirīkṣaka [ divasanirIkSaka ]

m. a kind of ascetic cf. Buddh.



divasa-mukha [ divasamukha ]

n. ' day-face ', daybreak, dawn cf. Ragh. v, 76



divasa-mudrā [ divasamudrA ]

f. ' day's coin ', a day's wages cf. Buddh.



divasa-vāra [ divasavAra ]

m. week-day cf. Var



divasa-vigama [ divasavigama ]

m. the departure of the day cf. Megh. 77



divasa-vyāpāra [ divasavyApAra ]

m. day-work ( washing etc. ) cf. Kād



divasâtyaya [ divasAtyaya ]

m. the passing away of day, evening cf. MW.



divasantara [ divasantara ]

mfn. only one day old cf. MBh. xi, 98



divasâvasāna [ divasAvasAna ]

n. ' day-close ', evening cf. MW.



divasêśvara [ divasezvara ]

m. ' day-lord ', the sun cf. Bhartṛ