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jánman [ janman ]


n. birth, production ( kṛta- mfn. ' planted ' cf. Kum. v, 60 ), origin ( ifc., born from ', e.g. śūdra., q.v. ) cf. RV. iii, 26, 7 ; vii, 33, 10 cf. AV. cf. VS. etc.

existence, life cf. Mn. cf. Bhag. iv, 5 cf. Yogas. ii, 12 ( dṛṣṭâdṛṣṭaj°, present and future life ' ), etc. ( janma acc. ind. through the whole life cf. HPariś. iv, 7 )

nativity cf. VarBṛS. i, 10

re-birth cf. Sarvad. xi

birthplace, home cf. RV. ii, 9, 3 ; viii, 69, 3 ; x, 5, 7 cf. AV. cf. VS.

a progenitor, father cf. Śak. vii, 18

natal star cf. VarBṛS. iv, 28

( in astrol. ) N. of the 1st lunar mansion, civ

a creature, being cf. RV. cf. TBr. ii cf. AitBr. iv, 10

people cf. RV. ii, 26, 3 ; iii, 15, 2

the people of a household, kind, race cf. RV. ( ubháyaj°, sg., du. and pl., ' both races ', i.e. gods and men or [ x, 37, 11 ] men and animals )

nature, quality, i, 70, 2

custom, manner ( pratnéna jánmanā, according to ancient custom ), i, 87, 5 ; ix, 3, 9 cf. SV. ( v.l. manm° cf. RV. ) cf. Hariv. 15718 ( dūta-janmanā, ' like a messenger ' )

water cf. Naigh. i, 12




janmin [ janmin ]

m. a creature, man cf. Pañcat. i, 1, 93 ; ii, 3, 19