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janaka [ janaka ]


mfn. ( cf. Pāṇ. 7-3, 35 cf. Kāś. ) generative, generating, begetting, producing, causing ( chiefly ifc. ) cf. MBh. iv, 1456 cf. VarBṛS. cf. Bhāshāp. cf. Bhpr.

m. a progenitor, father cf. Hariv. 982 cf. R. vi, 3, 45 cf. Pañcat. etc.

( in music ) a kind of measure

( oxyt. ) N. of a king of Videha or Mithilā ( son of Mithi and father of Udāvasu cf. R. ) cf. ŚBr. xi, xiv cf. MBh. iii, xii, xiv cf. Hariv. 9253

of another king of Mithilā ( son of Hrasva-roman and father of Sītā ) cf. R.

of another king cf. Rājat. i, 98

of a disciple of Bhagavat cf. BhP. vi, 3, 20

of several official men cf. Rājat. vii f.

pl. the descendants of Janaka cf. MBh. iii, 10637 cf. R. i cf. Uttarar. i, 16 ; iv, 9 ; vi, 42 cf. MārkP.

( ikā ), f. ( as in Pāli ) a mother cf. Divyāv. xviii, 137

a daughter-in-law cf. W.




janaka-kāṇa [ janakakANa ]

m. ' the one-eyed Janaka ', N. of a man cf. Rājat. viii, 881



janaka-candra [ janakacandra ]

m. N. of several men, vii f. =



janaka-tanayā [ janakatanayA ]

f. ' Janaka's daughter ', Sitā cf. Megh. 1



janaka-tā [ janakatA ]

f. = -tva cf. Sāh. i, 2/3, 8

paternity cf. Kathās. xvii, 57



janaka-tva [ janakatva ]

n. generativeness cf. Sarvad. ii, 63

generation, i, 38 ; ii, 133



janaka-nandini- [ janakanandini ]

f. = -tanayā



janaka-bhadra [ janakabhadra ]

m. N. of a man cf. Rājat. viii, 2485



janaka-rāja [ janakarAja ]

m. N. of a man, viii, 978 and 1002 cf. Śrīkaṇṭh. xxv ( grammarian and Vaidika )



janaka-sapta-rātra [ janakasaptarAtra ]

m. N. of a Sapt^aha cf. KātyŚr. cf. ĀśvŚr. x cf. ŚāṅkhŚr. cf. Maś



janaka-siṃha [ janakasiMha ]

m. N. of a man cf. Rājat. viii



janaka-sutā [ janakasutA ]

f. = -tanayā



janakâtmajā [ janakAtmajA ]

f. id.



janakâhvaya [ janakAhvaya ]

m. Mesua Roxburghii cf. Gal.



janakêśvara-tīrtha [ janakezvaratIrtha ]

n. N. of a Tirtha cf. RevāKh.