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हरिण

hariṇá [ hariNa ]


mf ( ī' ) n. ( the fem. háriṇī belongs to harita ) fawn-coloured, yellowish, tawny ( also said of unhealthy complexion ), greenish, green cf. MaitrUp. cf. MBh.

m. yellowish ( etc. ) the colour cf. L.

a deer, antelope, fawn, stag ( one of 5 kinds, others being called ṛṣya, ruru, pṛṣata, mṛga ) cf. RV. etc.

an ichneumon cf. MaitrS.

a goose cf. L.

the sun cf. L.

a minor division of the world cf. W.

N. of Viṣṇu or Śiva cf. L.

of a Gaṇa of Śiva cf. L.

of a serpent. demon cf. MBh.

of an ichneumon ( v.l. harita ) cf. ib.

( ī' ), f. See below




hariṇá-kalaṅka [ hariNakalaGka ]

m. ' deer-spotted ', the moon cf. L.



hariṇá-carman [ hariNacarman ]

n. a deer-skin cf. Kauś



hariṇá-dhāman [ hariNadhAman ]

m. ' deer-abode ', the moon cf. Rājat



hariṇá-nayanā [ hariNanayanA ]

f. a deer-eyed woman cf. Daś



hariṇá-nartaka [ hariNanartaka ]

m. a Kiṃnara cf. L.



hariṇá-pṛṇākā [ hariNapRNAkA ]

f. a young female deer cf. ĀpŚr.



hariṇá-pluta [ hariNapluta ]

n. N. of two metres cf. Piṅg



hariṇá-plutā [ hariNaplutA ]

f. N. of two metres cf. Piṅg



hariṇá-lakṣaṇa [ hariNalakSaNa ]

( cf. Gol. ),



hariṇá-lakṣman [ hariNalakSman ]

( cf. Bālar. ),



hariṇá-lāñchana [ hariNalAJchana ]

( cf. Kād. ), m. ' deer-marked ', the moon



hariṇá-locanā [ hariNalocanA ]

f. = -nayanā cf. R.



hariṇá-lolâkṣī [ hariNalolAkSI ]

f. a woman with eyes rolling like a deer's cf. ib.



hariṇá-hṛdaya [ hariNahRdaya ]

mfn. ' deer-hearted ', timid cf. L.



hariṇâkrīḍana [ hariNAkrIDana ]

or n. a partic. children's game cf. Hariv.



hariṇâkrīḍita [ hariNAkrIDita ]

n. a partic. children's game cf. Hariv.



hariṇâkṣa [ hariNAkSa ]

m. ' deer-eyed ', the moon cf. L.

( ī ), f. a deer-eyed woman cf. Hcat

a kind of perfume cf. L.



hariṇâṅka [ hariNAGka ]

m. ' deer-marked ', the moon cf. W.



hariṇâdhipa [ hariNAdhipa ]

m. ' deer-king ', a lion cf. Jain.



hariṇântara [ hariNAntara ]

m. a species of deer cf. MW.



hariṇâyatêkṣaṇā [ hariNAyatekSaNA ]

f. a woman with eyes long as a deer's cf. Vcar.



hariṇâri [ hariNAri ]

m. deer-enemy, a lion cf. Anarghar.



hariṇâśva [ hariNAzva ]

m. ' deer-horse ', the wind cf. Vās

N. of a man cf. MBh.



hariṇêkṣaṇā [ hariNekSaNA ]

f. a deer-eyed woman cf. Naish. cf. Prasannar



hariṇêśa [ hariNeza ]

m. ' deer-lord ', a lion cf. Hcar.