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हास्य

hāsya [ hAsya ]


mfn. to be laughed at, laughable, ridiculous, funny, comical cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

laughing, laughter, mirth ( in rhet. one of the 10 Rasas or of the 8 Sthāyi-bhāvas, qq. vv. ) cf. Yājñ. cf. MBh. etc.

jest, fun, amusement cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.




hāsya-kathā [ hAsyakathA ]

f. a funny tale cf. BhP.



hāsya-kara [ hAsyakara ]

( cf. Sāh. ),



hāsya-kāra [ hAsyakAra ]

( cf. R. ), mfn. provoking laughter, causing to laugh



hāsya-kārya [ hAsyakArya ]

n. a ridiculous affair cf. Pañcat



hāsya-kṛt [ hAsyakRt ]

mfn. = -kara cf. Daś



hāsya-tara [ hAsyatara ]

mfn. more ridiculous cf. MBh.



hāsya-tā [ hAsyatA ]

f. laughableness, ridiculousness cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.



hāsya-tva [ hAsyatva ]

n. laughableness, ridiculousness cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.



hāsya-didṛkṣu [ hAsyadidRkSu ]

mfn. curious to see something ridiculous cf. Kathās



hāsya-padavī [ hAsyapadavI ]

f. the roar of laughter ( °vīṃ-√ yā, ' to incur ridicule ' ) cf. Pañcat. ( -bhāva m. = -tā cf. Kathās. )

a jest, joke ( pl. ) cf. Hariv.



hāsya-ratnâkara [ hAsyaratnAkara ]

m. ' jewel-mine of mirth ', N. of a drama



hāsya-rasa [ hAsyarasa ]

m. the sense of humour ( See rasa )

-vat mfn. funny, comical, Balar



hāsya-sthāyi-bhāva [ hAsyasthAyibhAva ]

m. the permanent sense of humour ( See sthāyi-bh° )



hāsya-hīna [ hAsyahIna ]

mfn. destitute of a smile ( or ' of blossom ' ) cf. Hāsy



hāsyârṇava [ hAsyArNava ]

m. ' ocean of mirth ', N. of a Prahasana by Jagad-Iśvara



hāsyâspada [ hAsyAspada ]

n. a laughing-stock, butt ( -tva n. ) cf. Kāv