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हविर्

havir [ havir ]


in comp. for havis




havir-ád [ havirad ]

( cf. RV. ),



havir-adá [ havirada ]

( cf. AV. ), mfn. eating the oblation



havir-ádya [ haviradya ]

n. the act of eating or tasting the oblation cf. RV. cf. TBr.



havir-antaraṇa [ havirantaraNa ]

n. passing over an oblation cf. KātyŚr.



havir-aśana [ havirazana ]

m. ' consuming oblations ', fire cf. L. =



havir-ātañcana [ havirAtaJcana ]

n. a kind of rennet for coagulating an oblation of milk etc. cf. ŚBr. cf. KātyŚr



havir-āhuti [ havirAhuti ]

f. offering an oblation cf. GṛŚrS.



havir-ucohiṣṭá [ havirucohiSTa ]

n. the residue of an oblation cf. ŚBr.

-bhuj mfn. eating the residue of au oblation cf. ŚrS.

-śeṣa m. what is left from, the residue of an oblation cf. Gobh

°ṭâśa ( cf. ŚBr. ), °ṭâśana ( cf. ŚāṅkhŚr. ), mfn. - ṭa-bhuj



havir-gandhā [ havirgandhA ]

f. ' smelling like clarified butter ', Prosopis Spicigera cf. L.



havir-gṛha [ havirgRha ]

or n. any house or chamber in which an oblation is offered, sacrificial hall cf. L.



havir-geha [ havirgeha ]

n. any house or chamber in which an oblation is offered, sacrificial hall cf. L.



havir-grahaṇī [ havirgrahaNI ]

f. a sacrificial ladle cf. KātyŚr.



havir-dā' [ havirdA ]

mfn. giving or bringing oblations cf. RV.



havir-dāna [ havirdAna ]

n. the gift of an oblation cf. Mn. cf. R.



havir-dhā'na [ havirdhAna ]

m. N. of the author of cf. RV. x, 11-15 cf. Anukr.

of a son of Antar-dhana ( cf. havir-dhāman ) cf. BhP.

( ī ), f. N. of the mythical cow Surabhi or Kāma-dhenu cf. ib.

of the wife of Havir-dhāna cf. ib.

( am ), n. ' oblation-receptacle ', the vehicle in which the Soma plants are conveyed to be pressed ( generally in du. ) cf. AV. cf. VS. cf. ŚBr.

a shed for the Soma vehicles cf. ib. cf. KātyŚr.

a place of sacrifice cf. MBh. cf. Hariv.

the earth ( as the depository of oblation ) cf. AV.

( e ), du., ( with prajāpateḥ ) N. of two Sāmans cf. ĀrshBr.



havir-dhāman [ havirdhAman ]

mfn. possessing a Soma car or shed cf. TS.



havir-dhāman [ havirdhAman ]

m. N. of a son of Antardhsman ( cf. havir-dhāna ) cf. MBh.



havir-dhūma [ havirdhUma ]

m. the smoke from an oblation cf. Bcar.



havir-nirvapaṇa [ havirnirvapaNa ]

n. ( with pātra ) the vessel in which an oblation is offered cf. ĀpŚr.



havir-bhāga [ havirbhAga ]

( havīr. ), m. the share in an oblation cf. ŚBr.



havir-bhāj [ havirbhAj ]

mfn. partaking of an oblation cf. Nir



havir-bhuj [ havirbhuj ]

m. ' eating the oblation ', fire or Agni the god of fire ( also applied to Śiva and other gods ) cf. Hariv. cf. Kāv. cf. BhP.

pl. N. of the Pitṛs of the Kshatriyas cf. Mn. iii, 197



havir-bhū [ havirbhU ]

f. the place of sacrifice ( personified as daughter of Kardama and wife of Puolastya ) cf. BhP.



havir-bhūta [ havirbhUta ]

( havīr ), mfn. become an oblation cf. ŚBr.



havir-máthi [ havirmathi ]

mfn. destroying or disturbing sacrifices cf. RV.



havir-mantha [ havirmantha ]

m. Premna Spinosa or Longifolia cf. L.



havir-yajñá [ haviryajJa ]

m. the offering of an oblation, a simple oblation of clarified butter etc. ( as opp. to a soma-y° ) cf. Br. cf. GṛŚrS.

-kāṇḍa n. N. of the first ( or second ) book of the cf. ŚBr.

-rtvij ( for -ṛtvij ), a priest officiating at a Havir-yṭyajña cf. KātyŚr

-vidha ( °jñá- ), mfn. of the nature of the Havir-yajña cf. ŚBr.

saṃsthā f. primary or essential form of the Havir-yṭyajña ( 7 are enumerated, viz. Agay-ādheya, Agni-hotra, DarSa-pūm, Pāsk, -yajña ) cf. Lāṭy



havir-yājin [ haviryAjin ]

m. ' oblation-offerer ', a priest cf. W.



havir-varṣa [ havirvarSa ]

m. N. of a son of Agnidhra and the Varsha ruled by him cf. MārkP.



havir-vah [ havirvah ]

mfn. ( nom. -vāṭ ) conveying the sacrifice cf. RV.



havir-huti [ havirhuti ]

f. offering an oblation cf. L.