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इष्टका

íṣṭakā [ iSTakA ]


f. a brick in general

a brick used in building the sacrificial altar, VS. AitBr. ŚBr. KātyŚr. Mṛcch. etc.




íṣṭakā-gṛha [ iSTakAgRha ]

( iṣṭakā ), n. a brick-house, Hit.



íṣṭakā-cití [ iSTakAciti ]

f. putting bricks in layers or rows, ŚBr. x, 1 , 3, 8.



íṣṭakā-nyāsa [ iSTakAnyAsa ]

m. laying the foundation of a house.



íṣṭakā-patha [ iSTakApatha ]

n. the root of the fragrant grass Andropogon Muricatus, Bhpr.

( °thaka and °thika n. id. cf. L. )



íṣṭakā-paśu [ iSTakApazu ]

m. sacrificing an animal during the preparation of bricks, Comm. on VS.



íṣṭakā-maya [ iSTakAmaya ]

mfn. made of bricks.



íṣṭakā-mātrā' [ iSTakAmAtrA ]

f. size of the bricks, ŚBr.



íṣṭakā-rāśi [ iSTakArAzi ]

m. a pile of bricks.



íṣṭakā-vat [ iSTakAvat ]

mfn. possessed of bricks, Pāṇ.



íṣṭakā-saṃpad [ iSTakAsaMpad ]

f. completeness of the bricks, ŚBr.



íṣṭakaˆika-śata-vidha [ iSTakaikazatavidha ]

mfn. corresponding to the 101 bricks, ŚBr. x, 2, 6, 11.