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ज्ञ

ज्ञ
 jña [ jJa ]


1 for 1. jñu. See ūrdhva-




ज्ञ
 jñá [ jJa ]

2 jñaka, jnapita, etc. See below



jñá [ jJa ]

2 mf ( ā ) n. ( iii, 1, 135 ) knowing, familiar with ( chiefly in comp.

rarely gen. or loc. cf. MBh. xii, 12028 cf. R. vii, 91, 25 ) cf. ŚBr. xiv, 7, 2, 3 cf. Mn. etc.

intelligent, having a soul, wise, ( m. ) a wise and learned man cf. ŚvetUp. cf. PraśnUp. cf. Bādar. cf. VarBṛ. cf. BhP. vii

having Jñā as deity cf. Pāṇ. 6-4, 163 cf. Pat.

m. the thinking soul ( = puruṣa ) cf. Sāṃkhyak. cf. Nyāyad. iii, 2, 20 cf. Sch.

the planet Mercury cf. VarBṛS. cf. VarBṛ. cf. Laghuj. cf. Sūryas

the planet Mars cf. L.

Brahmā cf. L.

( ā ), f. N. of a woman cf. Pāṇ. 6-4, 163 cf. Pat. ; [ cf. Lat. mali- and beni-gnu-s. ]



jñá-tā [ jJatA ]

f. intelligence cf. Yājñ. iii, 142 cf. Nyāyad. cf. Sch.

ifc. knowledge of cf. Nal. xix, 24



jñá-tva [ jJatva ]

n. intelligence cf. Nyāyad. cf. Sch.



jñá-ṃ-manya [ jJaMmanya ]

mfn. thinking one's self-wise cf. Rājat. iii, 491



jñá-śakti [ jJazakti ]

f. the intellectual faculty cf. Bādar. ii, 2, 9