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हिंसा

hiṃsā [ hiMsA ]


f. injury, harm ( to life or property ), hurt, mischief , wrong ( said to be of three kinds, 1. mental as ' bearing malice '

2. verbal, as ' abusive language

3. personal, as ' acts of violence ' ) cf. Mn. cf. Yājñ. cf. MBh. etc.

Injury or Mischief personified ( as the wife of Adharnia and daughter of Lobha and Nishkṛti ) cf. Pur.

Asteracantha Longifolia cf. L.




hiṃsā-karman [ hiMsAkarman ]

n. any injurious or hostile act ( esp. employment of magical spells and mystical texts such as those of the Atharva- veda for the injury of an enemy, q.v. ) cf. L.



hiṃsā-tmaka [ hiMsAtmaka ]

( hiṃsât° ), mfn. intent on doing harm cf. R.



hiṃsā-tman [ hiMsAtman ]

( hiṃsât° ), mfn. id. cf. Bcar.



hiṃsā-prâṇin [ hiMsAprANin ]

m. a savage or noxious animal cf. MW.

( °ṇi ) -pracura mfn. abounding in noxious animal cf. ib.



hiṃsā-prâya [ hiMsAprAya ]

mfn. generally or for the most part injurious cf. Mn. x, 83



hiṃsā-rata [ hiMsArata ]

mfn. delighting in doing harm or mischief cf. Mn. iv, 1 70



hiṃsā-ruci [ hiMsAruci ]

mfn. id. ( -tva n. ) cf. R.



hiṃsā-rthavāda [ hiMsArthavAda ]

( hiṃsârth° ), m. N. of wk.



hiṃsā-lakṣaṇa [ hiMsAlakSaNa ]

n. N. of wk.



hiṃsā-vāda [ hiMsAvAda ]

m. N. of wk.



hiṃsā-vihāra [ hiMsAvihAra ]

mfn. taking pleasure in mischief, roaming about to do harm cf. MW.



hiṃsā-samudbhava [ hiMsAsamudbhava ]

mfn. arising from injury ( i.e. from the sin of hurting living creatures ) cf. ib.