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 druh [ druh ]


1 cl. 4. P. drúhyati ( ep. and metre ' also Ā. °te ) cf. Br. cf. MBh. cf. R. etc. ( pf. dudrbha cf. RV., °hitha cf. AV.

aor. adruhat, Gr. ', Subj. 2 sg. druhas cf. MBh., 3 pl. druhan [ with ] cf. RV. ; 2 sg. adrukshas cf. AitBr.

fut. dhrokṣyati cf. MaitrS., drohiṣyati cf. Pāṇ. 7-2, 45

drogdhā, droḍhā or drohitā Gr.

inf. drogdhavai cf. Kāṭh

ind. p. drugdhvā, drochitvā, druhitvā Gr.

-druhya cf. MaitrS. ) to hurt, seek to harm, be hostile to ( dat.

rarely gen. [ cf. R. ii, 99, 23 cf. Hit. ii, 121 ], loc. [ cf. BhP. iv, 2, 21 ] or acc. ' [ cf. Mn. ii, 144 ] )

absol. to bear malice or hatred cf. MBh. cf. Hit.

to be a foe or rival cf. Kāvyâd. ii, 61 : Caus. drohayati : Desid. dudrohiṣati, dudruh° Gr.

dudrukṣat cf. Kāṭh. ( cf. abhi- and dudhrukṣu ) . [ Orig. dhrugh ; cf. Zd. druj ; Germ. triogan, trūgen. ]




drúh [ druh ]

2 mfn. ( nom. dhruk or dhruṭ cf. Pāṇ. 8-2, 33

wrongly druk ; nídrā-. ). injuring, hurtful, hostile to ( gen. or comp. ) cf. Mn. cf. MBh. cf. Pur.

m. f. injurer, foe, fiend, demon cf. RV. cf. Kāṭh. ; f. injury , harm, offence cf. RV. cf. AV. [ Cf. Zd. druj ; Germ. gidrog, gethroc. ]



druhaṃ-tara [ druhaMtara ]

mfn. ( √ trī ) overcoming the injurer or demon cf. RV. i, 127, 3