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हर
 hara [ hara ]


mf ( ā, rarely ī ) n. ( only ifc. ; fr. √ 1. hṛ ) bearing, wearing, taking, conveying, bringing ( See kavaca-, vārttā-h° ), taking away, carrying off, removing, destroying ( See bala-, śakti-h° )

receiving, obtaining ( See aṃśa-h° )

ravishing, captivating ( See mano-h° )

m. ' Seizer ', ' Destroyer ', N. of Śiva cf. ĀśvGṛ. cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.

of a Dānava cf. MBh. cf. Hariv.

of a monkey cf. R.

of various authors etc. cf. Cat.

( in arithm. ) a divisor cf. Col.

the denominator of a fraction, division cf. ib.

a stallion ( ? ) cf. L.

an ass cf. L.

fire cf. L.




hara-kumāra-ṭhakkura [ harakumAraThakkura ]

m. N. of a modern author cf. Cat.



hara-keli [ harakeli ]

N. of a drama ( composed by Vigraha-rāja-deva A. D. 1153 )



hara-keśa [ harakeza ]

incorrect for hari-keśa



hara-kośa [ harakoza ]

m. N. of a, dictionary



hara-kṣetra [ harakSetra ]

n. N. of a district sacred to Śiva cf. Inscr.



hara-gaṇa [ haragaNa ]

and m. N. of poets cf. Cat.



hara-gupta [ haragupta ]

m. N. of poets cf. Cat.



hara-govinda [ haragovinda ]

m. ( also with vācaspati and śarman ) N. of various authors cf. ib.



hara-gaurī [ haragaurI ]

f. one of the forms of Śiva or of Śiva and Pārvatī conjoined ( = ardhanārîśa )

-saṃvāda m. N. of wk.



hara-carita-cintāmaṇi [ haracaritacintAmaNi ]

m. N. of a poem



hara-cāpâropaṇa [ haracApAropaNa ]

n. N.

of a drama



hara-cūḍāmaṇi [ haracUDAmaNi ]

m. ' Śiva's crest-gem ', the moon cf. L.



hara-jit [ harajit ]

m. N. of a man cf. Cat.



hara-jī [ harajI ]

m. ( with bhaṭṭa ) N. of the father of Hara- datta cf. ib.



hara-tejas [ haratejas ]

n. ' Śiva's energy ', quicksilver cf. L.



hara-dagdha-mūrti [ haradagdhamUrti ]

m. ' whose body has been burnt by Śiva ', Kāma-deva ( also ' sexual love ' ) cf. VarBṛS.



hara-datta [ haradatta ]

m. N. of various writers etc. ( esp. of the author of the Pada-mañjarī, a cf. Comm. on the Kāśikā-vṛtti, and the Mit^aksharā, a cf. Comm. on Gautama's Dharmasūtra ) cf. Cat.

-caritra n. N. of wk.

-siṃha m. N. of a modern author, Cat.

°ttâcārya m. N. of a preceptor cf. Sarvad

°ttīya n. N. of wk.



hara-dāsa [ haradAsa ]

m. N. of an author ( perhaps w.r. for hari- d° ) cf. Cat.



hara-nartaka [ haranartaka ]

n. a kind of metre ( = hariṇa-pluta ) cf. Ked



hara-nātha [ haranAtha ]

and m. N. of authors cf. Cat.



hara-nārāyaṇa [ haranArAyaNa ]

( also spelt harin° ), m. N. of authors cf. Cat.



hara-netra [ haranetra ]

n. Śiva's eye cf. Kathās

a symbolical expression for the number ' three ' cf. L.



hara-pati [ harapati ]

m. N. of an author cf. Cat.



hara-pradīpikā [ harapradIpikA ]

f. N. of a medic. wk.



hara-priya [ harapriya ]

m. Nerium Odorum cf. L.



hara-bala [ harabala ]

m. N. of a man cf. Kathās



hara-bīja [ harabIja ]

n. ' Siva's seed ', quicksilver cf. L.



hara-mukuṭa-māhātmya [ haramukuTamAhAtmya ]

n. N. of wk.



hara-mekhalā [ haramekhalA ]

f. N. of wk.



hara-mekhalin [ haramekhalin ]

m. a partic. class of artisans cf. Gol.



hara-mohana [ haramohana ]

and m. N. of authors cf. Cat.



hara-rāta [ hararAta ]

m. N. of authors cf. Cat.



hara-rūpa [ hararUpa ]

m. ' having the form of Hara ', N. of Śiva cf. L.



hara-vijaya [ haravijaya ]

m. N. of a poem by Ratnâkara



hara-vilāsa [ haravilAsa ]

m. a kind of musical composition cf. Saṃgīt

N. of a poem



hara-śūra [ harazUra ]

N. of a place cf. Vīrac



hara-śṛṅgārā [ harazRGgArA ]

f. ( in music ) a partic. Rāgiṇī cf. Saṃgīt



hara-śekharā [ harazekharA ]

f. ' Śiva's crest ', the Ganges cf. L.



hara-sakha [ harasakha ]

m. ' Saṃgīt's friend ', N. of Kubera cf. Daś



hara-siṃha [ harasiMha ]

m. N. of a king cf. Cat.



hara-siddhi-pradā [ harasiddhipradA ]

f. N. of a partic. family-deity cf. Cat.



hara-sūnu [ harasUnu ]

m. ' Śiva's son ', N. of Kārttikeya cf. Ragh



hara-svāmin [ harasvAmin ]

m. N. of a man cf. Kathās



hara-hāra [ harahAra ]

m. ' Śiva's necklace ', N. of the serpent- demon Śesha cf. Alaṃkārat.



hara-hūrā [ harahUrA ]

( ? ), f. = hāra-h°, grape cf. L.



harâkṣa [ harAkSa ]

n. = rudrâkṣa, the berry of Elaeocarpus Ganitrus cf. L.



harâdri [ harAdri ]

m. ' Śiva's mountain ', Kailāsa ( the favourite resort of Śiva ) cf. Kathās



harânata [ harAnata ]

m. N. of Rāvaṇa cf. L.



harânanda [ harAnanda ]

N. of an author or of a wk. cf. Cat.



harâyatana [ harAyatana ]

n. a temple of Śiva cf. Rājat



harârdha [ harArdha ]

Śiva's half ( -tā f. ) cf. Śiś.



harāvatī [ harAvatI ]

f. N. of a country cf. Inscr.



harâvāsa [ harAvAsa ]

m. Śiva's abode, Kailāsa cf. Rājat



harâspada [ harAspada ]

n. id. cf. Kathās



harâhara [ harAhara ]

m. N. of a Dānava ( du. °rau, also = ' Hara and Ahara ' ) cf. MBh.



harêśvara [ harezvara ]

m. Śiva and Viṣṇu forming one person cf. Inscr.



harôdbheda [ harodbheda ]

m. N. of a Tīrtha cf. MatsyaP.



hara [ hara ]




haraka [ haraka ]




haraṇa [ haraNa ]

etc. See p. 1289