Related Sanskrit Words:
Derived Words in Other Languages:
- 1 iṣṭá [ iSTa ]
- 1.1 iṣṭá-karman [ iSTakarman ]
- 1.2 iṣṭá-kāma-duh [ iSTakAmaduh ]
- 1.3 iṣṭá-gandha [ iSTagandha ]
- 1.4 iṣṭá-jana [ iSTajana ]
- 1.5 iṣṭá-tama [ iSTatama ]
- 1.6 iṣṭá-tara [ iSTatara ]
- 1.7 iṣṭá-tas [ iSTatas ]
- 1.8 iṣṭá-tā [ iSTatA ]
- 1.9 iṣṭá-tva [ iSTatva ]
- 1.10 iṣṭá-darpaṇa [ iSTadarpaNa ]
- 1.11 iṣṭá-deva [ iSTadeva ]
- 1.12 iṣṭá-devatā [ iSTadevatA ]
- 1.13 iṣṭá-yāman [ iSTayAman ]
- 1.14 iṣṭá-raśmi [ iSTarazmi ]
- 1.15 iṣṭá-vrata [ iSTavrata ]
- 1.16 iṣṭá-saṃpādin [ iSTasaMpAdin ]
- 1.17 iṣṭârtha [ iSTArtha ]
- 1.18 iṣṭā'-vat [ iSTAvat ]
- 1.19 iṣṭâ'śva [ iSTAzva ]
- 1.20 iṣṭāhotrīya [ iSTAhotrIya ]
- 1.21 iṣṭāhotrya [ iSTAhotrya ]
- 2 इष्ट iṣṭá [ iSTa ]
iṣṭá [ iSTa ]
1 mfn. ( for 2. See s.v. ), sought cf. ŚBr.
cherished cf. RV. cf. ŚBr. cf. KātyŚr. cf. Mn. cf. Pañcat. cf. Śak. etc.
regarded as good, approved cf. Mn. cf. Sāṃkhyak
m. a lover, a husband cf. Śak. 83 c.
the plant Ricinus Communis cf. L.
( ā ), f. N. of a plant cf. L.
( am ), n. wish, desire cf. RV. cf. AV. cf. AitBr. cf. Mn. cf. R.
( am ), ind. voluntarily
iṣṭá-karman [ iSTakarman ]
n. ( in arithm. ) rule of supposition, operation with an assumed number
iṣṭá-kāma-duh [ iSTakAmaduh ]
dhuk f. ' granting desires ', N. of the cow of plenty cf. Bhag.
iṣṭá-gandha [ iSTagandha ]
mfn. having fragrant odour cf. Suśr.
m. any fragrant substance
( am ), n. sand cf. L.
iṣṭá-jana [ iSTajana ]
m. a beloved person, man or woman
a loved one cf. Śak
iṣṭá-tama [ iSTatama ]
mfn. most desired, best beloved, beloved, dearest
iṣṭá-tara [ iSTatara ]
mfn. more desired, more dear, dearer
iṣṭá-tas [ iSTatas ]
ind. according to one's wish or desire
iṣṭá-tā [ iSTatA ]
f. or desirableness, the state of being beloved or reverenced
iṣṭá-tva [ iSTatva ]
n. desirableness, the state of being beloved or reverenced
iṣṭá-darpaṇa [ iSTadarpaNa ]
m. N. of wk.
iṣṭá-deva [ iSTadeva ]
m. ( cf. L. ) or a chosen tutelary deity, favourite god, one particularly worshipped ( cf. abhîṣṭa-devatā )
iṣṭá-devatā [ iSTadevatA ]
f. a chosen tutelary deity, favourite god, one particularly worshipped ( cf. abhîṣṭa-devatā )
iṣṭá-yāman [ iSTayAman ]
( iṣṭá° ), mfn. going according to desire cf. RV. ix, 88, 3
iṣṭá-raśmi [ iSTarazmi ]
( iṣṭá° ), mfn. one who wishes for reins or bridles cf. RV. i, 122, 13
iṣṭá-vrata [ iSTavrata ]
mfn. that by which good ( iṣṭa ) works ( vrata ) succeed [ cf. Sāy. ] cf. RV. iii, 59, 9
iṣṭá-saṃpādin [ iSTasaMpAdin ]
mfn. effecting anything desired or wished for cf. Kathās
iṣṭârtha [ iSTArtha ]
m. anything desired or agreeable
( mfn. ) one who has obtained a desired object cf. MBh. cf. R.
°rthôdyukta mfn. zealous or active for a desired object
iṣṭā'-vat [ iSTAvat ]
mfn. possessing a desired object ( ? ) cf. AV. xviii, 3, 20 [ perhaps and belonging to 2. iṣṭa ]
iṣṭâ'śva [ iSTAzva ]
mfn. one who wishes for horses cf. RV. i, 122, 13
iṣṭāhotrīya [ iSTAhotrIya ]
or n. N. of a Sāman cf. Lāṭy. cf. MaitrS.
iṣṭāhotrya [ iSTAhotrya ]
n. N. of a Sāman cf. Lāṭy. cf. MaitrS.
इष्ट iṣṭá [ iSTa ]
2 mfn. ( p.p. fr. √ yaj
for 1. iṣṭá See col. 2 ) sacrificed, worshipped with sacrifices cf. VS. cf. ŚBr. cf. KātyŚr. cf. AitBr. etc.
m. sacrifice cf. MārkP. xiii, 15
( am ), n. sacrificing, sacrifice
sacred rite, sacrament cf. L.
iṣṭá-kṛt [ iSTakRt ]
mfn. performing a sacrifice cf. Comm. on cf. KātyŚr.
iṣṭá-yajus [ iSTayajus ]
( iṣṭá° ), mfn. one who has spoken the sacrificial verses cf. VS. cf. TS.
iṣṭá-sviṣṭakṛt [ iSTasviSTakRt ]
mfn. one to whom a Svishṭakṛt sacrifice has been offered cf. ŚBr.
iṣṭā-kṛta [ iSTAkRta ]
n. for iṣṭīkṛta ( q.v. ) cf. MBh. iii, 10513 ( ed. Calc
ed. Bomb. iii, 129, 1 reads iṣṭī° )
iṣṭâpūrtá [ iSTApUrta ]
n. ' filled up or stored up sacrificial rites ', or the merit of sacred rites etc. stored up in heaven cf. RV. cf. AV. cf. VS. cf. ŚBr. cf. R. etc. ( See Muir v, 293
according to Banerjea's translation of Brahma-sūtras, p. 19, iṣṭa means personal piety, pūrta works for the benefit of others )
iṣṭāpūrti [ iSTApUrti ]
( or iṣṭâ° ), f. id. cf. BrahmUp.
iṣṭāpūrtin [ iSTApUrtin ]
mfn. one who has stored up sacrificial rites, or one who has performed sacrifices for himself and good works for others