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gatá [ gata ]


mfn. gone, gone away, departed, departed from the world, deceased, dead, RV. i, 119, 4, AV. etc.

past ( as time ), gone by, Mn. viii, 402, MBh. etc.

disappeared ( often in comp. ), Mn. vii, 225, MBh. etc.

come, come forth from ( in comp. or abl. ), R. iv, 56, 10, Kathās. ii, 11

come to, approached, arrived at, being in, situated in, contained in ( acc. or loc. or in comp., e. g. sabhāṃ g°, ' come to an assembly ', Mn. viii, 95 ; kānyakubje g°, gone to Kānyakubja, Pañcat. v ; ratha-g°, sitting or standing in a carriage, R. iii ; ādya-g°, turya-g°, antya-g°, taking the first, fourth, last place ; sarva-g°, spread everywhere, Nal. ii, 14 ), RV. i, 105, 4, AV. X, 10, 32, ŚBr. etc.

having walked ( a path, acc. )

gone to any state or condition, fallen into ( acc. or loc. or in comp., e. g. kṣayaṃ or °ye g°, gone to destruction ; āpad-g°, fallen into misfortune, Mn. Ix, 283 ), TUp. Mn. etc.

relating to, referring to, connected with ( e. g. putra-g° sneha, love directed towards the son, R. i ; tvad-g°, belonging to thee )

walked ( a path ), frequented, visited, RV. vii, 57, 3, R. Kum.

spread abroad, celebrated, MBh. iii

' known, understood ', having the meaning of ( loc. ), L.

n. going, motion, manner of going, MBh. iv, 297, R. Śak. vii, 7, Vikr. etc.

the being gone or having disappeared, Cāṇ.

the place where any one has gone, Pāṇ. Kāś.

anything past or done, event, W.

diffusion, extension, celebration, ChUp. vii, 1, 5

manner, Pāṇ. i, 3, 21, Vārtt. 5.




gatá-kalmaṣa [ gatakalmaSa ]

mfn. freed from crime, W.



gatá-kāla [ gatakAla ]

m. past time, W.



gatá-kīrti [ gatakIrti ]

mfn. deprived of reputation, W.



gatá-klama [ gataklama ]

mf ( ā ) n. ' one whose lassitude is gone ', rested, refreshed, Mn. vii, 225, Nal. etc.



gatá-cetana [ gatacetana ]

mfn. deprived of sense or consciousness, senseless , void of understanding, fainted away, Nal. R. ii ; iv, 22, 30.



gatá-cetas [ gatacetas ]

mfn. bereft of sense, W.



gatá-jīva [ gatajIva ]

mf ( ā ) n. exanimate, dead, Kathās.



gatá-jīvita [ gatajIvita ]

mfn. id. [ exanimate, dead ], Daś.



gatá-jvara [ gatajvara ]

mfn. freed from fever or sickness, convalescent, recovered, W.

free from trouble or grief, Nal. R. vi, 98, 7.



gatá-toyada [ gatatoyada ]

mfn. cloudless, cleared up, fair, [ R. ] i, 44, 22.



gatá-trapa [ gatatrapa ]

mfn. free from fear or shame, bold, BhP. viii, 8 , 29.



gatá-dina [ gatadina ]

n. the past day, yesterday, W.

( am ), ind. yesterday, W.



gatá-divasa [ gatadivasa ]

m. the past day, yesterday, W.

( am ), ind. yesterday, W.



gatá-nāsika [ gatanAsika ]

mfn. noseless, L.



gatá-nidhana [ gatanidhana ]

n., N. of a Sāman, TāṇḍyaBṛ. xv.



gatá-pāpa [ gatapApa ]

mfn. free from sin or guilt, W.



gatá-pāra [ gatapAra ]

mfn. one who has reached the highest limit ( of knowledge or of a vow ), MBh. v, 1251.



gatá-puṇya [ gatapuNya ]

mfn. devoid of holiness or religious merit, W.



gatá-pratyāgata [ gatapratyAgata ]

mfn. ( Pāṇ. ii, 1, 60, Vārtt. 5 ) gone away and returned, come back again after having gone away, Mn. vii, 186 ; ix, 176.



gatá-prâṇa [ gataprANa ]

mfn. = -jīva, R.



gatá-prāya [ gataprAya ]

mfn. almost gone or vanished, MBh. iv, 376. Śāntiś. Kathās. ii, 27.



gatá-bhartṛkā [ gatabhartRkA ]

f. ( ' a wife ) whose husband is dead ', a widow, W.



gatá-bhī [ gatabhI ]

mfn. free from fear, W.



gatá-manas [ gatamanas ]

( °tá- ), mfn. = -jīva, TS. vi.



gatá-manas-ka [ gatamanaska ]

mfn. thinking of ( loc. ), Ragh. ix, 67.



gatá-mātra [ gatamAtra ]

mfn. just gone, MBh.



gatá-māya [ gatamAya ]

mfn. without deceit, W.

without compassion, W.



gatá-rasa [ gatarasa ]

mfn. ( anything ) which has lost its flavour or sap, dried, withered, W.



gatá-rātri [ gatarAtri ]

f. the past night, last night, W.



gatá-roga [ gataroga ]

mfn. freed from disease, recovered.



gatá-lakṣmīka [ gatalakSmIka ]

mfn. unfortunate, suffering losses, R. i, 60, 17.



gatá-lajja [ gatalajja ]

m. ' shameless ', N. of an author of Prākṛt verses.



gatá-vat [ gatavat ]

mfn. going, passing, W.

obtaining, W.

falling into, feeling, entertaining, W.



gatá-vayas [ gatavayas ]

mfn. ' one whose youth is gone ', advanced in life, Pañcat.



gatá-vayaska [ gatavayaska ]

mfn. id. [ advanced in life ], W.



gatá-varṣa [ gatavarSa ]

m. n. the past year, W.



gatá-vitta [ gatavitta ]

mfn. bereft of wealth, impoverished, W.



gatá-vibhava [ gatavibhava ]

mfn. id. [ bereft of wealth, impoverished ], W.



gatá-vaira [ gatavaira ]

mfn. reconciled, W.



gatá-vyatha [ gatavyatha ]

mfn. freed from pain, unanxious, MBh. i, iii, BhP. Iii, 22, 24.



gatá-śaiśava [ gatazaizava ]

mfn. past infancy, above eight years of age, W.



gatá-śrī [ gatazrI ]

( °tá- ), mfn. ( gen. -śres, ŚBr. i ) one who has obtained fortune or happiness, TS. ii, vii, TBr. ii, 1, 8, 1, AitBr. etc.



gatá-śrī-ka [ gatazrIka ]

mfn. one who has lost fortune or high rank, MBh. iii, 267, 17

bereft of beauty, disfigured, Hariv. 3722.



gatá-saṃkalpa [ gatasaMkalpa ]

mfn. bereft of sense, foolish, W.

free from wishes, MBh. iii, 2187.



gatá-saṅga [ gatasaGga ]

mfn. free from attachment, detached from, dissevered, W.

adverse or indifferent to, W.



gatá-sattva [ gatasattva ]

mfn. annihilated, lifeless, dead, W.

' without good qualities ', base, W.



gatá-saṃdeha [ gatasaMdeha ]

mfn. free from doubt, W.



gatá-sanna-ka [ gatasannaka ]

m. an elephant out of rut, L.



gatá-sādhvasa [ gatasAdhvasa ]

mfn. afraid, W.



gatá-sāra [ gatasAra ]

mfn. worthless, idle, Subh. ( ? )



gatá-sauhṛda [ gatasauhRda ]

mfn. bereft of friendship or friendly feeling, MBh. iii, 2776, BhP. iv

unkind, indifferent, W.

bereft of friends, W.



gatá-spṛha [ gataspRha ]

mfn. having no desire, not finding any pleasure in ( loc. or gen. ), R. ii, BhP. vii, Kathās. xxxiv, 181

disinterested

pitiless, Kām.



gatá-svârtha [ gatasvArtha ]

mfn. useless, BhP. i.



gatâkṣa [ gatAkSa ]

mfn. ' sightless ', blind, L.



gatâ`gata [ gatAgata ]

mfn. ( gaṇa akṣadyūtâdi ) going and coming, BhP. xi, 28, 26

n. going and coming, going to and fro, reiterated motion in general, Bhag. Ix, 21, Kathās. iii, ( pl. ) [ Kathās. ] iic, cxviii, 119

the flight of a bird backward and forward, MBh. vii, 1902

( in astron. ) irregular course of the asterisms, VarBṛ.

appearance and disappearance, growth and decline, R. vii, 51 , 24

n. pl. with √ kṛ, to enter into a negotiation or treaty, Rājat. viii

cf. gamâ`gama.



gatâ`gati [ gatAgati ]

f. ' going and coming ', dying and being born again, R.



gatâ`dhi [ gatAdhi ]

mfn. free from anxiety, happy, Daś. i, 103.



gatâdhvan [ gatAdhvan ]

mfn. one who has walked a path, Mālav. v, 9-10

' who has accomplished a journey ', familiar with ( loc. ), MBh. xii

' one whose time of life is ( nearly ) gone ', old, [ MBh. ] iii, 123, 5

( ā ), f. ( scil. tithi ) the time immediately preceding new moon ( when a small streak of the moon is still visible ), Gobh. Kāty.



gatânugata [ gatAnugata ]

n. the following what precedes, following custom, gaṇa akṣadyūtâ`di.



gatânugatika [ gatAnugatika ]

mfn. following what precedes, following custom or the conduct of others, imitative, Hcar. ii, 98, Pañcat. Naish. Hit.



gatânta [ gatAnta ]

mfn. one whose end has arrived, R. ii, 12, 31.



gatâ`yāta [ gatAyAta ]

mfn. coming and going, W.



gatâ`yus [ gatAyus ]

mfn. one whose vital power has vanished, decayed, very old, R. Suśr. Hit.

dead, R. vi, Pañcat. I, 21, 8-9.



gatâ`rtavā [ gatArtavA ]

f. a woman past her courses or past child-bearing, L.

a barren woman, W.



gatârtha [ gatArtha ]

mfn. ( = artha-gata, gaṇa āhitâgny-ādi ) unmeaning, nonsensical, Sāh. iii

understood, ( a- neg. ) [ Sāh. ] vi, 34

void of an object, poor, W.



gatâlīka [ gatAlIka ]

mfn. ' void of untruth ', real, true, W.



gatâ'su [ gatAsu ]

mfn. one whose breath has gone, expired, dead, RV. x, 18, 8, AV. ŚBr. etc.



gatôtsāha [ gatotsAha ]

mfn. dispirited, W.



gatôdvega [ gatodvega ]

mfn. freed from sorrow, comforted, MBh.



gata^ujas [ gataujas ]

mfn. bereft of strength, W.