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jīvá [ jIva ]


mf ( ā' ) n. living, existing, alive cf. RV. etc.

healthy ( blood ) cf. Car. viii, 6, 74

ifc. living by ( See jala-cara-, rūpa- )

causing to live, vivifying ( see, putra-, -jala )

m. n. any living being, anything living cf. RV. etc.

life, existence cf. MBh. iv, vi cf. Hariv. etc. ( ifc. f. ā cf. Kathās. )

m. the principle of life, vital breath, the living or personal soul ( as distinguished from the universal soul, See jīvâtman ) cf. RV. i, 164, 30 cf. ChUp. cf. ŚvetUp. cf. PraśnUp. cf. Mn. etc.

N. of a plant cf. L.

Bṛhaspati ( regent of Jupiter ) cf. VarBṛS. cf. Laghuj. cf. Sūryas. cf. KāśīKh.

the 3rd lustrum in the 60 years ' Bṛhaspati cycle cf. VarBṛS. viii, 26

N. of one of the 8 Maruts cf. Yājñ. ii, 102/103 39

Karṇa cf. L.

n. N. of a metre cf. RPrāt. xvii, 4

( ā ), f. life cf. L.

the earth cf. L.

a bow-string cf. L.

( in geom. = jyā ) the chord of an arc

the sine of an arc cf. Sūryas. ii, 57 ( cf. tri-, tri-bha ', dṛg-gati-, lamba- and śaṅku-jīvā )

N. of a plant ( jīvantī or vacā cf. L. ) cf. VarBṛS. iii , 39

the tinkling of ornaments cf. L.

pl. N. of a particular formula cf. Kauś. cf. Vait

cf. ati-, upa- and saṃ-jīvá

a-, kumāra-, ciraṃ-, jagaj-, dur-, nir-, pāpa-, bandhu-, sa-, su-

khṣudra-jivā, yāvaj-jīvam

[ cf. βίος ; Lat. vivus

Lith. gīvas ; Goth. qvius ; Eng. quick ; Hib. beo. ]




jīvá-kośa [ jIvakoza ]

m. a case ( or sheath ) enveloping the personal soul cf. BhP. iv, 22 f.

x



jīvá-koṣaṇī [ jIvakoSaNI ]

f. cf. Kauś. 26



jīvá-gṛibh [ jIvagRbh ]

m. ' capturing alive ', a bailiff cf. RV. x, 97, 11



jīvá-grahá [ jIvagraha ]

m. filling ( a cup ) with living ( or unpressed Soma ) cf. TS. vi, 6, 9, 2



jīvá-grā'ham [ jIvagrAham ]

ind. with √ grah, ( cf. Pāṇ. 3- 4, 36 ) to capture alive cf. MaitrS. ii, 2, 12 cf. MBh. cf. Daś. ix, 181 cf. Kathās



jīvá-ghana [ jIvaghana ]

m. receptacle of everything living cf. PraśnUp. v, 5 cf. Jain.



jīvá-ghātin [ jIvaghAtin ]

mfn. destroying life ( a beast of prey ) cf. Subh



jīvá-ghātyā [ jIvaghAtyA ]

f. destruction of life cf. Kauś. 18



jīvá-ghoṣa-svāmin [ jIvaghoSasvAmin ]

m. N. of a grammarian



jīvá-ja [ jIvaja ]

mfn. born-alive cf. ChUp. vi, 3, 1



jīvá-jīva [ jIvajIva ]

m. a kind of pheasant cf. L.



jīvá-jīvaka [ jIvajIvaka ]

m. id. cf. Mn. xii, 66 cf. MBh. iii, xiif. cf. Hariv. 12685 cf. VarBṛS. cf. BrahmaP.

a cf. Buddh. or Jain ascetic cf. Gal.



jīvá-ṃ-jīva [ jIvaMjIva ]

m. = -j° cf. L.

the Greek partridge cf. L.

a mythical bird with two heads cf. Buddh.

N. of a tree cf. L.



jīvá-ṃ-jīvaka [ jIvaMjIvaka ]

m. = -jīva cf. MBh. iii cf. Hariv. 6957 cf. Lalit. cf. Suśr. cf. Kād. cf. MārkP.



jīvá-ṃ-jīvika [ jIvaMjIvika ]

m. id. cf. MBh. v, 4850



jīvá-taṇḍula [ jIvataNDula ]

( °vá- ), mfn. germinant rice cf. MaitrS. i cf. MānŚr.

m. or n. scil. odana, food made of that rice cf. ĀpŚr. i, 7 , 12



jīvá-tokā [ jIvatokA ]

f. a woman whose child or children are living cf. L.



jīvá-tyāga [ jIvatyAga ]

m. giving up one's life, voluntary death cf. Prab. v , 11/12 cf. Sāh. iii, 156



jīvá-tva [ jIvatva ]

n. the state of life cf. RāmatUp. i, 14

the state of the individual soul cf. KapS. vi, 63. - 1. -da m. ' life-giver ', a physician cf. L.

( ā ), f. = °vantī cf. L. -2



jīvá-da [ jIvada ]

m. ' life-cutter ', an enemy cf. L.



jīvá-datta [ jIvadatta ]




jīvá-dattaka [ jIvadattaka ]

m. N. of a man cf. Kathās



jīvá-dayā-prakaraṇa [ jIvadayAprakaraNa ]

n. N. of a Jain treatise



jīvá-daśā [ jIvadazA ]

f. mortal existence cf. W.



jīvá-dātrī [ jIvadAtrI ]

f. ' life-giver ', = -bhadrā cf. L.

Coelogyne ovalis or Hoya viridiflora cf. L.



jīvá-dāna [ jIvadAna ]

n. ' life-giving ', N. of a manual of med. by Cyavana cf. BrahmaP. i, 16, 17



jīvá-dānu [ jIvadAnu ]

( °vá- ), mfn. for jīrá-d° cf. VS. i, 28 cf. ŚBr. i, 9, 1, 5



jīvá-dāman [ jIvadAman ]

m. N. of a prince



jīvá-dāyaka [ jIvadAyaka ]

mfn. life-giving cf. Vet. ii, 10



jīvá-deva [ jIvadeva ]

m. N. of a man,



jīvá-dhana [ jIvadhana ]

n. live stock, wealth in flocks and herds cf. L.



jīvá-dhanya [ jIvadhanya ]

( °vá- ), mf ( ā ) n. rich in vital powers cf. RV. cf. AV. xii, 3, 4 and 25 cf. TBr. ii



jīvá-dhānī [ jIvadhAnI ]

f. ' receptacle of living beings ', the earth cf. BhP. iii, 13, 30



jīvá-náś [ jIvanaz ]

mfn. ( nom. -náṭ

also -nak [ = jivasya nāśa ] cf. Pāṇ. 8-2, 63, Kaś. ) a sacrifice in which living beings are killed cf. MaitrS. i, 4, 13



jīvá-nâtha [ jIvanAtha ]

m. N. of a writer on astron.

of a physician



jīvá-nâya [ jIvanAya ]




jīvá-nâyaka [ jIvanAyaka ]

m. N. of a poet cf. ŚārṅgP. lvi, cxxxv



jīvá-nāśam [ jIvanAzam ]

ind. with √ naś, to lose one's life cf. Pāṇ. 3-4 , 43,



jīvá-nikâya [ jIvanikAya ]

m. a being endowed with life cf. BhP. iii, v



jīvá-netrī [ jIvanetrI ]

f. a kind of pepper cf. L.



jīvá-ṃ-dharaṇa-caritra [ jIvaMdharaNacaritra ]

n. N. of a tale by Bhāskara-kavi



jīvá-pati [ jIvapati ]

m. a living husband, vi, 19, 24. =



jīvá-pattra [ jIvapattra ]

n. a fresh leaf cf. W.

-pracāyikā, for -putra-pr°



jīvá-patnī [ jIvapatnI ]

f. a woman whose husband is alive cf. AśvGṛ. i, 7 and 14 cf. Gobh. ii, 7, 12



jīvá-pitṛ [ jIvapitR ]

mfn. ( a son or daughter ) whose father is alive cf. ŚāṅkhŚr. iv



jīvá-pitṛka [ jIvapitRka ]

mfn. id. cf. KātyŚr. iv



jīvá-pīta-sarga [ jIvapItasarga ]

( °vá- ), mfn. whose rays are drunk by living beings cf. RV. i, 149, 2



jīvá-putra [ jIvaputra ]

( °vá- ), mf ( ā cf. Hariv. 7848 cf. R. [ B. ] iv, 19, 11

ī cf. MBh. v, 144, 2 cf. R. iv, 18, 10) n. one whose sons or children are living cf. RV. x, 36, 9 cf. AV. xii, 3, 35 cf. MBh. etc.

m. N. of a Ṛṣi and of the hymn composed by him cf. ĀśvGṛ. i, 13 , 6

N. of a plant, -pracāyikā f. ' gathering of the Jīva-putra plant ', a kind of game cf. Pāṇ. 6-2, 74 cf. Kāś. and cf. Siddh



jīvá-putraka [ jIvaputraka ]

m. Terminalia Catappa cf. L.

Putraṃjiva Roxburghii cf. L.



jīvá-purā' [ jIvapurA ]

f. the abode of living beings or men cf. AV. ii, 9, 3 ; v, 30, 6



jīvá-puṣṭā [ jIvapuSTA ]

for °ṣpā



jīvá-puṣpa [ jIvapuSpa ]

m. ' life-flower ', N. of a plant ( damanaka or phaṇijjhaka cf. L. ), fig. applied to the head cf. R. v, 83, 13

( ā ), f. the plant bṛhaj-jīvantī cf. L.



jīvá-priṣṭā [ jIvapriSTA ]

f. N. of a plant cf. L.



jīvá-praja [ jIvapraja ]

mf ( ā ) n. having living children cf. ĀśvGṛ. i, 7, 21



jīvá-priyā [ jIvapriyA ]

f. Terminalia Chebula cf. L.



jīvá-barhis [ jIvabarhis ]

( °vá. ), mfn. having a fresh bed of sacrificial grass cf. AV. xi, 7, 7



jīvá-bhadrā [ jIvabhadrA ]

f. the plant °vanti or vṛddhi cf. L.



jīvá-bhūta [ jIvabhUta ]

mfn. become alive, endowed with life cf. W.

forming the life of ( gen. ) cf. R. i, 4, 23 cf. BhP. v, 24, 19



jīvá-bhójana [ jIvabhojana ]

mfn. giving enjoyment to the soul of ( gen. ) cf. VS. xxiii, 31

n. the pleasure of living beings cf. AV. iv, 9, 3



jīvá-mandira [ jIvamandira ]

n. = -kośa cf. L.



jīvá-maya [ jIvamaya ]

mfn. endowed with life cf. BhP. ix, 9, 24.



jīvá-miśra [ jIvamizra ]

m. N. of an author cf. Smṛtit. i



jīvá-meṣaka [ jIvameSaka ]

m. a kind of portulaca plant cf. L.



jīvá-yājá [ jIvayAja ]

m. the sacrifice of living beings cf. RV. i, 31, 15



jīvá-yoni [ jIvayoni ]

mfn. enclosing a personal soul ( a sentient being ) cf. BhP. iii, 9, 19



jīvá-rakta [ jIvarakta ]

n. ( living i.e. ) menstrual blood cf. Suśr. i, 14, 4



jīvá-rahita [ jIvarahita ]

mfn. lifeless cf. W.



jīvá-rāja [ jIvarAja ]

m. N. of the author of Caitra- pūrṇimākathā

-dīkṣita m. N. of an author



jīvá-loká [ jIvaloka ]

m. the world of living beings ( opposed to that of the deceased ), living beings, mankind cf. RV. x, 18, 8 cf. AV. xviii, 3, 34 cf. ŚBr. xiii, 8, 4 cf. MBh. etc.



jīvá-laukika [ jIvalaukika ]

mfn. peculiar to the world of living beings or men , xii, 8495. =



jīvá-vat [ jIvavat ]

mfn. animated, living, viii, 4930

= jīvana-vat cf. ĀpŚr. viii, 14

( ), f. = -vallī cf. Npr.



jīvá-vadha [ jIvavadha ]

m. destruction of living beings cf. Siṉhâs. xxviii, 3



jīvá-vardhanī [ jIvavardhanI ]

f. ' promoting life ', N. of a plant cf. L.



jīvá-vallī [ jIvavallI ]

f. N. of a bulbous plant cf. L.



jīvá-vicāra [ jIvavicAra ]

m. ' disquisition on life ', N. of a Jain work by Śānti-sūri ( commented on by Bhāva-sundara, Meghanandana, and Īśvar^acārya )

-prakaraṇa n. id.,



jīvá-vijaya [ jIvavijaya ]

m. N. of a brother of Jin^adi-vijaya



jīvá-vinaya [ jIvavinaya ]

m. N. of wk. cf. W.



jīvá-viṣaya [ jIvaviSaya ]

m. ( dominion i.e. ) duration of life cf. Pañcat



jīvá-viṣāṇa [ jIvaviSANa ]

n. the horn of a living animal cf. PārGṛ. iii, 7, 2



jīvá-vṛtti [ jIvavRtti ]

f. ' livelihood by living beings ', breeding or keeping cattle cf. L.



jīvá-śaṃsá [ jIvazaMsa ]

mfn. praised by living beings cf. RV. i, 104, 6 ; vii, 46, 4



jīvá-śarman [ jIvazarman ]

m. N. of an astronomer cf. VarBṛS. vii, 9

xi, 1



jīvá-śāka [ jIvazAka ]

m. = -meṣaka cf. L.



jīvá-śuklā [ jIvazuklA ]

f. N. of a bulb cf. L.



jīvá-śeṣa [ jIvazeSa ]

mfn. one who has escaped with his life and nothing more cf. Pañcat. iii, 1, 1/0



jīvá-śoṇitā [ jIvazoNitA ]

n. healthy blood cf. Suśr. iv, 34, 10f



jīvá-śreṣṭhā [ jIvazreSThA ]

f. = -bhadrā cf. L.



jīvá-saṃkramaṇa [ jIvasaMkramaNa ]

n. transmigration of soul cf. W.



jīvá-saṃjña [ jIvasaMjJa ]

m. Kāma-vṛddhi cf. L.



jīvá-samāsa [ jIvasamAsa ]

m. N. of wk. ( commented on by cf. Hemac. )



jīvá-sâkṣin [ jIvasAkSin ]

mfn. constituting an evidence of life ( with dhamanī f. ' an artery ' ) cf. ŚārṅgS. iii, 1



jīvá-sādhana [ jIvasAdhana ]

n. ' means of subsistence ', rice, grain cf. L.



jīvá-sāphalya [ jIvasAphalya ]

n. realisation of a life's wishes cf. W.



jīvá-siddhi [ jIvasiddhi ]

m. N. of a man cf. Mudr. ii, 7/8



jīvá-suta [ jIvasuta ]

mf ( ā ) n. = -praja cf. BhP. vi, 19, 25



jīvá-sū [ jIvasU ]

f. a mother of living offspring cf. MBh. i, 7353 cf. R. ii



jīvá-sthāna [ jIvasthAna ]

n. any vital part of the body cf. L.



jīvá-hiṃsā [ jIvahiMsA ]

f. hurting living beings cf. Siṉhâs. xxviii, 0/1 and 2/3



jīvâgāra [ jIvAgAra ]

n. = °va-sthāna cf. L.



jīvâjīvâ-dhāra-kṣetra [ jIvAjIvAdhArakSetra ]

n. the world of living beings and of lifeless matter cf. L.



jīvâtman [ jIvAtman ]

m. the living or personal or individual soul ( as distinct from the paramât°, q.v. ), the vital principle cf. Tarkas. cf. BhP. vi, viii cf. Sarvad. iv ; vii, 57



jīvâdāna [ jIvAdAna ]

n. ' taking away all sense of life ', fainting away, swoon cf. Car. i, viii cf. Suśr.



jīvâditya [ jIvAditya ]

m. the living sun cf. Siṉhâs. xviii, 1



jīvâdbāna [ jIvAdbAna ]

n. preservation of life cf. W.



jīvânusiddhi-kulaka [ jIvAnusiddhikulaka ]

n. N. of a Jain treatise



jīvântaka [ jIvAntaka ]

m. ' life-destroyer ', a fowler cf. L.

murderer cf. W.



jīvâbhigama-sūtra [ jIvAbhigamasUtra ]

n. N. of the 3rd Up^aṅga of the Jain canon



jīvâśa [ jIvAza ]

mf ( ā ) n. hoping for life cf. Amar. 90

( ā ), f. hope of living cf. BhP. i, 2, 10



jīvâśaṅkin [ jIvAzaGkin ]

mfn. believing any one to be alive cf. Kathās. lxxv



jīvâstikāya [ jIvAstikAya ]

m. the category of ' soul ' cf. Jain. ( also cf. Bādar. ii, 2, 35 cf. Sch. )



jīvêndhana [ jIvendhana ]

n. blazing wood cf. VarBṛS.



jīvôtsarga [ jIvotsarga ]

m. = °vatyāga cf. Prab. v, 11/12 cf. Hit.



jīvôpalambha-prakaraṇa [ jIvopalambhaprakaraNa ]

n. N. of a Jain treatise



jīvôpāya [ jIvopAya ]

m. v.l. ( for °vyôp°,



jīvôrṇā [ jIvorNA ]

f. wool of a living animal cf. KātyŚr.