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जातक

jātaka [ jAtaka ]


mfn. ifc. engendered by, born under ( an asterism ) cf. Mn. ix, 143 cf. Cāṇ

m. a new-born child cf. Kauś

a mendicant cf. L.

n. = °ta-karman cf. MBh. i, 949 cf. BhP. v, 14, 33

nativity, astrological calculation of a nativity cf. VarBṛ. xxvi , 3 cf. BhP. i cf. Kathās. lxxii, 192 cf. Rājat. vii, 1730

the story of a former birth of Gautama Buddha cf. Buddh. cf. Kathās. lxxii, 120

( ifc. after numerals ) ' an aggregate of similar things ',

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jātaka-dhvani [ jAtakadhvani ]

m. a leech cf. W.



jātaka-paddhati [ jAtakapaddhati ]

f. N. of wk. on nativities by Ananta and Keśava



jātaka-muktâvalī [ jAtakamuktAvalI ]

f. N. of an astrological work by Siva-dāsa



jātakâmbhonidhi [ jAtakAmbhonidhi ]

m. ' ocean of nativities ', N. of an astrol. work by Bhadrabāhu