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divya [ divya ]


1. Nom. P. °yati, to long for heaven, Pāṇ. viii, 2, 77, Sch.




divyá [ divya ]

2. ( dívya, Pāṇ. iv, 2, 101 ), mfn. divine, heavenly, celestial ( opp. to pārthiva, āntarīkṣa or mānuṣa ), RV., AV., ŚBr., Kauś., MBh. etc.

supernatural, wonderful, magical ( aṅgāra, RV. x, 34, 9; auṣadha, Bhartṛ. ii, 18; vāsas, Nal. xiv, 24; cf. -cakṣus, -jñāna etc. below )

charming, beautiful, agreeable, R., Kathās. etc.

m. a kind of animal ( = dhanvana ), VarBṛS. lxxxviii, 9

barley, L.

bdellium, L.

N. of a prince, Pur.

of the author of RV. x, 107 etc.

( ā ) ), f. N. of plants ( = harītakī, bandhyā, karkoṭakī, śatāvarī, mahā-medāetc. ), L.

a kind of perfume = surā, L.

N. of a Buddh. deity, Kālac.

of an Apsaras, Sch.

n. the divine world or anything divine

pl. the celestial regions, the sky, heaven, RV.

an ordeal ( 10 kinds, viz. tulā, agni, jala, viṣa, kośa, taṇḍula, tapta-māṣa, phāla, dharmâdharma, tulasī, cf. ss. vv. ), Yājñ. ii, 22, 95, Pañc. i, 450/451, 451, 452 etc.

oath, solemn promise, Hit. iv, 129/130 cloves, L.

a sort of sandal, L.

N. of a grammar, [ Cf. Gk. δῖος for διFιος ; Lat. dīus for divius in sub dīo. ]



divyá-kaṭa [ divyakaTa ]

n. N. of a town, MBh. ii.



divyá-kānana [ divyakAnana ]

n. celestial grove

-darśaná mfn. in aspect like to it, Nal. xii, 61.



divyá-kārin [ divyakArin ]

mfn. undergoing an ordeal, taking an oath, W.



divyá-kuṇḍa [ divyakuNDa ]

n. N. of a lake, KālP.



divyá-kriyā [ divyakriyA ]

f. the application of an ordeal, Rājat. iv, 94.



divyá-gandha [ divyagandha ]

m. ' having a divine odour ', sulphur, L.

( ā ), f. large cardamoms, L.

a kind of vegetable ( = mahā-cañcu ), L.

n. cloves, L.



divyá-gāyana [ divyagAyana ]

m. ' divine songster ', a Gandharva, L.



divyá-cakṣus [ divyacakSus ]

n. a divine eye, supernatural vision, Daś., Buddh.

mfn. having a divine eye, Ragh. iii, 45

fair-eyed, L.

having ( only ) the divine eye, ( in other respects ) blind, L.

m. a monkey, L.

a kind of perfume, L.



divyá-jñāna [ divyajJAna ]

n. divine knowledge

mfn. possessing it, MBh. i, 1784.



divyá-tattva [ divyatattva ]

n. divine truth ', N. of wk.



divyá-tā [ divyatA ]

f. divinity, divine nature, Naish.



divyá-tumbī [ divyatumbI ]

f. a kind of plant, Gal.



divyá-tejas [ divyatejas ]

n. a kind of plant, L.



divyá-tva [ divyatva ]

n. = -ta, Kathās.



divyá-darśana [ divyadarzana ]

mfn. of a divine aspect, MBh. iii, 17075.



divyá-darśin [ divyadarzin ]

mfn. having a divine vision, MBh. xv, 566.



divyá-dṛś [ divyadRz ]

mfn. seeing divine things, Kathās.

m. an astrologer, Var.



divyá-dṛṣṭi [ divyadRSTi ]

f. = -cakṣus n., Kathās.



divyá-devī [ divyadevI ]

f. N. of a goddess, Buddh.



divyá-deha [ divyadeha ]

m. a divine body, MW.



divyá-dohada [ divyadohada ]

n. divine desire, the object of a deity's desire, L.

mfn. fit for an offering or oblation, L.



divyá-dharmin [ divyadharmin ]

mfn. ' having a divine nature ', virtuous, agreeable, W.



divyá-nadī [ divyanadI ]

f. a divine stream, ŚivaP.



divyá-nārī [ divyanArI ]

f. a divine female, an Apsaras, R., Kathās.



divyá-pañcâmṛta [ divyapaJcAmRta ]

n. ' the five divine ambrosias ', viz. ghee, milk, coagulated milk, honey, and sugar, L.



divyá-pāṭala [ divyapATala ]

m. ' having a divine pale-red colour ', N. of a plant, MBh. i, 2374.



divyá-puruṣa [ divyapuruSa ]

m. ' a divine man ', ghost, Uttarar. ii, 10/11.



divyá-puṣpa [ divyapuSpa ]

m. Nerium Odorum, L.

( ā ), f. a kind of plant, L.

°pikā, f. a kind of Calotropis, L.



divyá-prajñāna [ divyaprajJAna ]

n. = -jñāna, n.

-ṣālin, mfn. = -jñāna, mfn., Kathās. lxxv, 136.



divyá-prabhāva [ divyaprabhAva ]

mfn. having celestial power, MW.



divyá-praśna [ divyaprazna ]

m. inquiring into divine phenomena, augury, MBh. v, 1906.



divyá-mantra [ divyamantra ]

m. ' the divine syllable ', Om, AmṛtUp. 20.



divyá-māna [ divyamAna ]

n. measuring time according to the days and years of the gods, Sūryas.



divyá-mānuṣa [ divyamAnuSa ]

m. ' divine man ', demi-god, Kathās. i, 47.



divyá-yamunā [ divyayamunA ]

f. ' the divine Jamnā ', N. of a river in Kāma-rūpa, KāIP.



divyá-ratna [ divyaratna ]

n. ' divine gem ', the fabulous gem Cintā-maṇi, L.



divyá-ratha [ divyaratha ]

m. ' divine car ', vehicle of the gods, L.



divyá-rasa [ divyarasa ]

m. ' divine fluid ', quicksilver, L.

°sêndra-sāra m. N. of wk.



divyá-rūpa [ divyarUpa ]

mfn. of a divine aspect, beautiful, handsome, MBh., Kathās.



divyá-rūpin [ divyarUpin ]

mfn. of a divine aspect, beautiful, handsome, MBh., Kathās.



divyá-latā [ divyalatA ]

f. ' the divine creeper ', Sanseviera Zeylanica ( = mūrvā ), L.



divyá-varma-bhṛt [ divyavarmabhRt ]

mfn. wearing divine armour, MBh. iii, 17167.



divyá-vastra [ divyavastra ]

m. ' divinely dressed ', a kind of flower ( = sūryaśobhā ), L.



divyá-vākya [ divyavAkya ]

n. a divine voice.



divyá-vijñānavat [ divyavijJAnavat ]

mfn. = -jñana mfn., Kathās. lxxvii, 6.



divyá-śrotra [ divyazrotra ]

n. ' a divine ear ' ( which hears everything ), Buddh.



divyá-saṃkāśa [ divyasaMkAza ]

mfn. having a divine appearance, R.



divyá-saṃgraha [ divyasaMgraha ]

m. N. of wk.



divyá-sānu [ divyasAnu ]

m. ' divine eminence ', N. of one of the Viśve Devās, MBh. xiii, 4355.



divyá-sāra [ divyasAra ]

m. having divine juice or resin ', Thorea Robusta, L.



divyá-sūri [ divyasUri ]

m. N. of a man.

-carita n. -prabhāvadīpikā f. N. of two wks.



divyá-strī [ divyastrI ]

f. a divine female, an Apsaras, Var., Kathās.



divyá-srag-anulepin [ divyasraganulepin ]

mfn. adorned with divine garlands and unguents, Hcat. i, 8.



divyâṃśu [ divyAMzu ]

m. ' having divine rays ', the sun, MBh. iv, 390.



divyâkṛti [ divyAkRti ]

mfn. of divine form, very beautiful, Kathās. lxxvii, 68.



divyâṅganā [ divyAGganA ]

f. = °vya-strī, Daś.



divyâdivya [ divyAdivya ]

mfn. divine and not divine ( i.e. partly divine partly human ), L.

( ā ), f. the heroine of a poem ( as Sītā etc. ) of mixed origin or character, a goddess, W.



divyâvadāna [ divyAvadAna ]

n. divine achievements ', N. of a well- known Buddh. wk. from Nepāl ( written in Sanskṛt ).



divyôdaka [ divyodaka ]

n. ' divine water ', i.e. rainwater, L.



divyôpapāduka [ divyopapAduka ]

mf ( ī ) n. divinely born, celestial, supernatural, L.



divyaˆugha [ divyaugha ]

m. pl. ' the divine hosts ', forms of Siva and Durgā ( with the Sāktas ), L.



divyaˆuṣadha [ divyauSadha ]

n. heavenly herbs or medicine, a magical potion, Bhartṛ. ii, 13.



divyaˆuṣadhi [ divyauSadhi ]

f. red arsenic, Bhpr.