From Sanskrita
Jump to: navigation, search

Related Sanskrit Words:

Derived Words in Other Languages:



 í-tara [ itara ]

mf ( ā ) n. ( the neuter is ad in classical Sanskṛt, but am [ ad ŚBr. ] in Ved. Pāṇ. vii, 1, 25. 26

comparative form of pronom. base 3. i ; cf. Lat. iterum ; Hib. iter ), the other ( of two ), another

( pl., ) the rest

( with abl. ) different from RV. AV. ŚBr. MBh. R. Mn. Ragh. Hit. etc.

low, vile Kād

expelled, rejected L.

( ā ), f. said to be a N. of the mother of Aitareya

( ad ), ind. whereas, whilst Subh

itara itara, the one - the other, this - that. ( Itara connected antithetically with a preceding word often signifies the contrary idea, e.g. vijayāya itarāya vā [ MBh. ], to victory or defeat; so in Dvandva compounds, sukhêtareṣu [ ŚvetUp. ], in happiness and distress

it sometimes, however, forms a Tat-purusha compound with another word to express the one idea implied in the contrary of that word, e.g. dakṣiṇêtara, the left hand. )

í-tara-janá [ itarajana ]

m. an ordinary man Śārṅg

( ās ), m. pl. ' other men '

a euphemistic name of certain beings who appear to be considered as spirits of darkness ( Kuvera belongs to them ) AV. VS. TS. MaitrS. GopBr.

í-tara-jātīya [ itarajAtIya ]

mfn. ordinary, common-place

í-tara-tas [ itaratas ]

ind. otherwise than, different from

from or to another direction KātyŚr. ŚBr. etc.

( itaścêtarataśca, hither and thither R. )

í-tara-tra [ itaratra ]

ind. elsewhere BhP.

on the other hand, else Yogas

í-tara-thā [ itarathA ]

ind. in another manner, in a contrary manner


on the other hand, else ŚBr. KātyŚr. Śiś. etc.

í-tara-pāṇi [ itarapANi ]

m. the left hand ĀśvGṛ. iv, 7, 13

itarâṅga [ itarAGga ]

mfn. being a means to another, ancillary to another cf. Sāh. 266

itarêtara [ itaretara ]

mfn. ( occurring chiefly in oblique cases of sing. and in comp.;

perhaps for itaras-itara ; anyo'nya, paras-para )., one another, one with another, mutual, respective, several

( am ), n. or adv. mutually, etc. KātyŚr. MBh. Ragh. etc.

-kāmyā f. respective or several fancies or inclinations

-pratyaya mfn. dependent on each other

-pratyaya-tva n. mutual dependence Bādar

-yoga m. mutual connexion or relation ( of the simple members , as in a Dvandva compound ) Siddh. i, p. 431.

itarêtarâśraya [ itaretarAzraya ]

mfn. taking refuge with or depending on each other, concerning mutually

m. a particular logical error, circular reasoning Sarvad

itarêtarôpakṛti-mat [ itaretaropakRtimat ]

mfn. helping each other Śiś. ix, 33