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dus [ dus ]


ind. a prefix to nouns and rarely to verbs or adverbs ( Pāṇ. ii, 1, 6 ; 2, 18, Vārtt. 2, Pat. ; iii, 3, 126 etc. ) implying evil, bad, difficult, hard

badly, hardly

slight, inferior etc. ( opp. to su ), often = Engl. in- or un- [ cf. √ 2. duṣ ; Zd. dush-, Gk. δυς- ; Goth. tuś-; O.Ḥ.G. sur. ]

It becomes dur ( q.v. ) before vowels and soft consonants

( q.v. ) before r and sometimes before d, dh, n, which become , ḍh,

remains unchanged before t, th ( in older language however ṣṭ, ṣṭh )

becomes duṣ ( q.v. ), rarely duḥ before k, kh; p, ph

duś ( q.v. ) before c, ch

duḥ ( q.v. ), rarely duś, duṣ, dus, before ś, , s.




dus-tapa [ dustapa ]

mfn. difficult to be endured ( penance ), Śatr.



dus-tara [ dustara ]

mfn. ( cf. ṣ-ṭ° ) difficult to be passed or overcome, unconquerable, invincible, MBh. Kāv. etc.



dus-taraṇa [ dustaraNa ]

mf ( ī ) n. difficult to be passed or overcome, unconquerable, invincible, MBh.



dus-tarka [ dustarka ]

m. false reasoning, wrong argument, BhP.

-mūla mfn. founded on it, MW.



dus-tarkya [ dustarkya ]

mfn. difficult to be supposed or reasoned about, MW.



dus-tāra [ dustAra ]

mfn. = -tara, MBh.



dus-tīrṇa [ dustIrNa ]

mfn. = -tara, MBh.



dus-tithi [ dustithi ]

m. an inauspicious lunar day, MBh. xii, 6735.



dus-tīrtha [ dustIrtha ]

mfn. offering a bad ford or descent ( river ), MBh. v, 7363.



dus-toṣa [ dustoSa ]

mfn. difficult to be satisfied, MBh. BhP.



dus-tyajya [ dustyajya ]

mfn. difficult to be relinquished or quitted, MBh. R. etc.



dus-tyājya [ dustyAjya ]

mfn. difficult to be relinquished or quitted, Śāntiś.