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ग्राम
 grā'ma [ grAma ]


m. an inhabited place, village, hamlet cf. RV. i, x cf. AV. cf. VS. etc.

the collective inhabitants of a place, community, race cf. RV. x, 146, 1 cf. AV. etc.

any number of men associated together, multitude, troop ( esp. of soldiers ) cf. RV. i, iii, x cf. AV. iv, 7, 5 cf. ŚBr. vi , xii

the old women of a family cf. PārGṛ. i, 9, 3 cf. Sch.

ifc. ( cf. Pāṇ. 6-2, 84 ) a multitude, class, collection or number ( in general ), cf. indriya-, guṇa-, bhūta-, etc.

a number of tones, scale, gamut cf. Pañcat. v, 43 cf. MārkP. xxiii, 52

= indriya- cf. Jain.

m. pl. inhabitants, people cf. RV. ii, 12, 7 ; x, 127, 5

n. a village cf. R. ii, 57, 4 cf. Hcat. i, 7, 721/722

[ cf. ariṣṭa-, mahā-, śūra-, saṃ- ; cf. Hib. gramaisg, ' the mob ' ; gramasgar, ' a flock. ' ]




grā'ma-kaṇṭaka [ grAmakaNTaka ]

m. ' village-thorn ', a boor ( ? ) cf. Jain. cf. Cāṇ



grā'ma-kanda [ grAmakanda ]

m. a kind of bulbous plant cf. L.



grā'ma-kāma [ grAmakAma ]

( grā'ma- ), mfn. one who wishes to possess a village cf. TS. ii cf. Kauś. cf. KātyŚr.

desirous of villages, fond of living in villages cf. ĀśvGṛ. iv cf. ŚāṅkhGṛ.



grā'ma-kukkuṭa [ grAmakukkuTa ]

m. a domestic cock cf. Mn. v, 12 and 19 cf. Yājñ. i, 176



grā'ma-kumāra [ grAmakumAra ]

m. a village boy, g. manojñâdi



grā'ma-kumārikā [ grAmakumArikA ]

f. the state or life of a village boy cf. ib.



grā'ma-kulāla [ grAmakulAla ]

m. a village potter cf. Pāṇ. 6-2, 62 cf. Kāś



grā'ma-kulālikā [ grAmakulAlikA ]

f. the state or business of a village potter, g. manojñâdi ( not in cf. Kāś. )



grā'ma-kūṭa [ grAmakUTa ]

m. = -kūṭaka cf. L.

N. of an author of Prākṛt verses cf. Hāl



grā'ma-kūṭaka [ grAmakUTaka ]

m. the chief of a village ( belonging to the Śūdra caste ) cf. Subh. ( v.l. for -kaṇṭaka )



grā'ma-kola [ grAmakola ]

m. a domestic pig cf. L.



grā'ma-kroḍa [ grAmakroDa ]

m. id. cf. L.



grā'ma-khaṇḍa [ grAmakhaNDa ]

v.l. for -ṣaṇḍa



grā'ma-ga [ grAmaga ]

mfn. going to a village cf. W.



grā'ma-gata [ grAmagata ]

mfn. gone to a village cf. Pāṇ. 2-i, 24 cf. Kāś



grā'ma-gamin [ grAmagamin ]

mfn. = -ga cf. ib. cf. Vārtt. 1 cf. Pat.



grā'ma-gāmin [ grAmagAmin ]

mfn. id. cf. ib.



grā'ma-gṛhya [ grAmagRhya ]

mfn. ' adjoining the houses of a village ', being outside a village ( an army ), iii, 1, 119 cf. Kāś



grā'ma-gṛhyaka [ grAmagRhyaka ]

m. a village carpenter cf. Gal.



grā'ma-geya [ grAmageya ]

n. ' to be sung in a village ', N. of one of the 4 hymn-books of the cf. SV.

-gāna n. id.



grā'ma-go-duh [ grAmagoduh ]

-dhuk m. a village herdsman, g. yuktârohy-ādi



grā'ma-ghāta [ grAmaghAta ]

m. plundering a village cf. Mn. ix, 274 cf. VarBṛS.



grā'ma-ghātaka [ grAmaghAtaka ]

m. plunderer of a village cf. Buddh.



grā'ma-ghātin [ grAmaghAtin ]

mfn. plundering a village cf. MBh. xii, 1213

m. a village slaughterer cf. Buddh.



grā'ma-ghoṣín [ grAmaghoSin ]

mfn. sounding among men or armies ( as a drum ) cf. AV. v, 20, 9



grā'ma-caṭaka [ grAmacaTaka ]

m. a domestic sparrow cf. Gal.



grā'ma-cara [ grAmacara ]

m. inhabitant of a village, husbandman cf. Gal.



grā'ma-caryā [ grAmacaryA ]

f. ' village custom ', sexual intercourse cf. ĀśvŚr. xii, 8



grā'ma-caitya [ grAmacaitya ]

n. the sacred tree of a village cf. Megh. 24



grā'ma-ja-niṣpāvī [ grAmajaniSpAvI ]

f. ' pulse grown in cultivated ground ', Phaseolus radiatus cf. L.



grā'ma-jā [ grAmajA ]

f. ' growing in villages ( i.e. in cultivated ground ) ', a kind of bean cf. Npr.



grā'ma-jāta [ grAmajAta ]

mfn. village-born, rustic cf. W.

grown in cultivated ground cf. Mn. vi, 16



grā'ma-jāla [ grAmajAla ]

n. a number of villages, district cf. L.



grā'ma-jālin [ grAmajAlin ]

m. the governor of a district cf. L.



grā'ma-jít [ grAmajit ]

mfn. conquering troops cf. RV. v, 54, 8 cf. AV. vi , 97, 3



grā'ma-ṇi [ grAmaNi ]

m. metrically for -ṇī cf. MBh. vii, 1125 and 4099

n. of ṇī, q.v.

°bhogīna mfn. cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 7 cf. Vārtt. 3 cf. Pat.



grā'ma-ṇī' [ grAmaNI ]

m. ( fr. -nī cf. Pāṇ. 8-4, 14 cf. Siddh. ; vi, 4 , 82

gen. pl. -ṇyām, or Ved. -ṇīnām, vii, 1, 56 ; 3, 116 cf. Sch., not in cf. Kāś

i n. ' leading, chief ', vii, 1, 74 cf. Kāś. ) the leader or chief of a village or community, lord of the manor, squire, leader of a troop or army, chief, superintendent cf. RV. x, 62, 11 and 107, 5 cf. VS. cf. AV. etc.

( mfn., before -ṇi n. ) chief, pre-eminent cf. W.

a village barber ( chief person of a village ) cf. L.

a groom ( bhogika ) cf. L.

a Yaksha cf. VP. ii, 10, 2 f. cf. BhP. v, 21, 18

N. of a Gandharva chief cf. R. iv, 41, 61

of a demon causing diseases cf. Hariv. 9556

of one of Śiva's attendants cf. L.

of a locality, g. takṣaśilâdi

f. a female peasant or villager cf. L.

a harlot cf. L.

( for °miṇī ) the Indigo plant cf. L.

-tva n. the condition or office of a chief or leader cf. MBh. xii, 4861

-putra m. the son of a harlot cf. W.

-sava m. N. of an Ek^aha rite cf. ŚāṅkhŚr. xiv, 22, 3



grā'ma-ṇīthya [ grAmaNIthya ]

( grā'ma- ), n. ( fr. -nīthya ) the station of the chief of a village or community cf. MaitrS. i, 6, 5 cf. ŚBr. viii, 6, 2, 1



grā'ma-takṣa [ grAmatakSa ]

m. = -gṛhyaka cf. Pāṇ. 5-4, 95



grā'ma-tas [ grAmatas ]

ind. from a village cf. W.



grā'ma-tā [ grAmatA ]

f. pl. ( cf. Pāṇ. 4-2, 43 ) a multitude of villages cf. AitBr. iii, 44



grā'ma-tva [ grAmatva ]

n. id. cf. W.



grā'ma-daśêśa [ grAmadazeza ]

m. the head of 10 villages cf. Mn. vii, 116



grā'ma-devatā [ grAmadevatA ]

f. the tutelar deity of a village cf. Cāṇ

( cf. RTL. p. 209. )



grā'ma-druma [ grAmadruma ]

m. a single tree in a village held sacred by the inhabitants cf. MBh.



grā'ma-dharā [ grAmadharA ]

f. ' village-supporter ', N. of a rock cf. Rājat. i , 265



grā'ma-dharma [ grAmadharma ]

m. the observances or customs of a village cf. ĀśvGṛ. i, 7, 1



grā'ma-nāpita [ grAmanApita ]

m. the village barber cf. Pāṇ. 6-2, 62 cf. Kāś



grā'ma-nivāsin [ grAmanivAsin ]

mfn. living in villages ( birds ) cf. Mn. v, 11



grā'ma-pati [ grAmapati ]

m. the chief of a village cf. Inscr. ( 10th century )



grā'ma-pātra [ grAmapAtra ]

n. id. cf. L.



grā'ma-pāla [ grAmapAla ]

m. a village guardian cf. MārkP. xix, 24



grā'ma-pālaka [ grAmapAlaka ]

m. id. cf. Vet



grā'ma-piṣṭa [ grAmapiSTa ]

mfn. ground at home cf. KātyŚr.



grā'ma-putra [ grAmaputra ]

m. = -kumāra g. manojñâdi



grā'ma-putrikā [ grAmaputrikA ]

f. = -kumārikā cf. ib.



grā'ma-puruṣa [ grAmapuruSa ]

m. the chief of a village or town cf. VarBṛ. xviii , 9



grā'ma-prêṣya [ grAmapreSya ]

m. the messenger or servant of a village or community cf. MBh. xii, 2359

( prêṣya grāmasya cf. Mn. iii, 153. )



grā'ma-bāla-jana [ grAmabAlajana ]

m. a young peasant cf. Vet. i



grā'ma-bhṛta [ grAmabhRta ]

m. = -prêṣya



grā'ma-madgurikā [ grAmamadgurikA ]

f. = °mya-m° cf. L.

= -yuddha cf. L.



grā'ma-mahiṣī [ grAmamahiSI ]

f. a tame buffalo-cow cf. ṢaḍvBr.



grā'ma-mukha [ grAmamukha ]

m. n. a market place cf. L.



grā'ma-mṛga [ grAmamRga ]

m. ' village animal ', a dog cf. L.



grā'ma-maukhya [ grAmamaukhya ]

( ' head of a village ' ? ) cf. Hit.



grā'ma-yājaka [ grAmayAjaka ]

mfn. offering sacrifices or conducting the ceremonies for every member of a community including unworthy persons ( doing it out of avarice ) cf. Gaut. xv, 16 cf. MBh. iii, 13355 and xii, 2874



grā'ma-yājin [ grAmayAjin ]

mfn. id. cf. Mn. iv, 205 cf. Sāy. on cf. AitBr. i, 16, 40



grā'ma-yuddha [ grAmayuddha ]

n. a riot, village tumult cf. L.



grā'ma-rajaka [ grAmarajaka ]

m. a village dyer cf. Buddh.



grā'ma-rathyā [ grAmarathyA ]

f. a village street cf. Pāṇ. 6-2, 62 cf. Kāś



grā'ma-luṇṭhana [ grAmaluNThana ]

n. = -ghāta cf. Mn. ix, 274 cf. Sch.



grā'ma-lekhaka [ grAmalekhaka ]

m. a village copyist cf. Buddh.



grā'ma-vat [ grAmavat ]

mfn. furnished with villages cf. MBh. viii, 4570



grā'ma-vāsa [ grAmavAsa ]

m. living in a village cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 18, cf. Kāś.



grā'ma-vāsin [ grAmavAsin ]

mfn. ( cf. ib. ) living in villages, tame cf. Yājñ. i, 172 cf. MBh. vi, 166 ff

m. = -vāstavya cf. Mn. vii, 118 cf. Kathās. lxi, 39



grā'ma-vāstavya [ grAmavAstavya ]

m. the inhabitant of a village, villager cf. MBh. xii, 4803



grā'ma-viśeṣa [ grAmavizeSa ]

m. variety of the scales in music cf. W.



grā'ma-vṛddha [ grAmavRddha ]

m. an old villager cf. Megh. 30



grā'ma-śata [ grAmazata ]

n. 100 villages, province cf. Mn. vii, 114 ( pl. = sg. )

°tâdhyakṣa m. the governor of a province, 119

°têśa m. id., 117



grā'ma-ṣaṇḍa [ grAmaSaNDa ]

m. g. manojñâdi ( -khaṇḍa cf. Kāś

-saṇḍa cf. Gaṇar. 410

-sāṇḍa cf. ib. cf. Sch. )



grā'ma-ṣaṇḍikā [ grAmaSaNDikA ]

f. the state of a grāma-ṣaṇḍa cf. ib.



grā'ma-saṃkara [ grAmasaMkara ]

m. the common sewer or drain of a village cf. W.



grā'ma-saṃgha [ grAmasaMgha ]

m. a village corporation, municipality cf. W.



grā'ma-sad [ grAmasad ]

mfn. abiding or residing in villages cf. MānGṛ.



grā'ma-siṃha [ grAmasiMha ]

m. ' village-lion ', = mṛga cf. BhP. iii, x



grā'ma-sīmā [ grAmasImA ]

f. village boundary or village field cf. Kād



grā'ma-sukha [ grAmasukha ]

n. = grāmya-s° cf. MBh. iii, 3225



grā'ma-sūkara [ grAmasUkara ]

m. = -kola cf. Āp. i, 17, 29



grā'ma-stha [ grAmastha ]

mfn. = -sad cf. W.

belonging to a village, rustic cf. W.

m. a village cf. W.



grā'ma-hāsaka [ grAmahAsaka ]

m. a sister's husband cf. L.



grāmâkṣapaṭalika [ grAmAkSapaTalika ]

m. a village archivist cf. Hcar. vii, 23



grāmâgni [ grAmAgni ]

m. ' village fire ', the common fire cf. PārGṛ. iii, 10, 12



grāmâcāra [ grAmAcAra ]

m. = °ma-dharma cf. W.



grāmâdhāna [ grAmAdhAna ]

n. a small village cf. L.



grāmâdhikṛta [ grAmAdhikRta ]

m. superintendent or chief of a village cf. W.



grāmâdhipa [ grAmAdhipa ]

m. id. cf. Kathās. lxiv, 115



grāmâdhipati [ grAmAdhipati ]

m. id. cf. W.

( grāmasyâdh° cf. Mn. vii, 115. )



grāmâdhyakṣa [ grAmAdhyakSa ]

m. id. cf. W.



grāmâdhyayana [ grAmAdhyayana ]

n. study in a village cf. ŚāṅkhGṛ. vi, 1, 8



grāmântá [ grAmAnta ]

m. the border of a village cf. ŚBr. xiii cf. PārGṛ. ii, 11

( e ), loc. ind. in the neighbourhood of a village cf. Mn. iv, 116

xi, 78



grāmântara [ grAmAntara ]

n. another village cf. W.



grāmântika [ grAmAntika ]

n. the neighbourhood of a village cf. W.



grāmântīya [ grAmAntIya ]

n. place near a village cf. Mn. viii, 240



grāmâraṇya [ grAmAraNya ]

n. a forest belonging to a village cf. ŚāṅkhGṛ. iv, 7

n. du. village and forest cf. Āp. i, 11, 9



grāme-geya [ grAmegeya ]

etc., s.v. grāme



grāmêśa [ grAmeza ]

m. the head man of a village cf. W.



grāmêśvara [ grAmezvara ]

m. id. cf. W.



grāmôpâdhyāya [ grAmopAdhyAya ]

m. the religious instructor of a village cf. W.