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 gha [ gha ]


1. the 4th consonant of the Sanskṛt alphabet ( aspirate of the preceding ).




gha-kāra [ ghakAra ]

m. the letter or sound gha.



 gha [ gha ]

2. ind. ( used to lay stress on a word ) at least, surely, verily, indeed, especially ( = Gk. ? ), RV. AV. v, 13, 10 & 11 ; vi, 1, 3.

In the Saṃhitā the final vowel is generally lengthened ( ghā, cf. Pāṇ. vi, 3, 133 ); as a rule it is preceded by other particles ( utá, utó , utá vā, cid, , ) or by a pronoun or a preposition; it is also found between iva and íd, or between iva and íd aha, or between and íd; sometimes it occurs in the clause which depends on a conditional or relative sentence ( e.g. ā' ghā gamad yádi śrávat, ' he will surely come when he hears, ' RV. i, 30, 8 ), i, 161, 8 ; viii , 46, 4.



 gha [ gha ]

3. mfn. ( √ han ) ifc. ' striking, killing ', cf. jīva-, tāḍa-, pāṇi-, rāja-, etc. ( cf. also parigha )

( ā ), f. a stroke, L.



 gha [ gha ]

4. m. a rattling or gurgling or tinkling sound, L.

a bell, L.

( ā ), f. a tinkling ornament worn by women round the waist.