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jyótis [ jyotis ]
n. light ( of the sun, dawn, fire, lightning, etc.
also pl. ), brightness ( of the sky ) cf. RV. etc. ( trī'ṇi jyótīṃṣi, light appearing in the 3 worlds, viz. on earth, in the intermediate region, and in the sky or heaven [ the last being called uttamá cf. VS. xx cf. AV. xviii
or úttara, i, 9, l
or tṛtī'ya cf. RV. x, 56, 1 ] cf. VS. viii, 36 cf. AV. ix , 5, 8 cf. MBh. iii
also personified as ' fire ' on earth, ' ether or air ' in the intermediate region, and ' sun ' in the sky cf. ŚBr. xi, 5, 8, 2 cf. ŚāṅkhŚr. xvi, 21, 2, etc.
' fire, sun and moon ' cf. Bhag. xv, 12 )
fire, flash of lightning cf. Megh. cf. Śak
moonlight cf. RV. iii, 34, 4 cf. AV. iv, 18, 1
( pl. ) cf. ŚBr. x and cf. R. i, 35, 16
eye-light cf. RV. i, 117, 17
the eye cf. MBh. i, 6853 cf. Ragh. cf. BhP. ix
du. sun and moon cf. Gobh. iii, 3, 18 cf. Śatr. i, 28
pl. the heavenly bodies, planets and stars cf. Mn. cf. Bhag. etc. °tiṣām ayana n. course or movements of the heavenly bodies, science of those movements [ = °tiṣa ] cf. Lāṭy. iv, 8, 1 cf. Śikṣ
sg. the light of heaven, celestial world cf. RV. cf. VS. cf. AV. cf. ŚBr. xiv, 7, 2
light as the divine principle of life or source of intelligence, intelligence cf. RV. vi, 9, 6 cf. VS. xxiv, 3 cf. AV. xvi cf. Bhag.
( pauruṣaj°' human intelligence ' ) cf. Sarvad
( paraj'ṭpaurushaj ', highest light or truth ' ) cf. RāmatUp. and cf. Sarvad
light as the type of freedom or bliss or victory ( cf. ?, ? and Lat. lux ) cf. RV. cf. AV. cf. VS. cf. ŚBr. xiv cf. Suśr.
N. of several Ek^ahas cf. TS. vii cf. ŚBr. xii. f. etc.
of certain formularies containing the word jyôtis cf. Lāṭy. i, 8, 13
a metre of 32 short and 16 long syllables
= °tiṣa, science of the movements of the heavenly bodies cf. L.
a mystical N. for the letter r cf. RāmatUp.
m. fire cf. L.
the sun cf. L.
Trigonella foenum graecum cf. L.
N. of a Marut cf. Hariv. 11545
of a son of Manu Svārocisha, 429
of a Prajā-pati cf. VP.
jyótis-tattva [ jyotistattva ]
n. = °tiṣa-t cf. Nirṇayas. iii
jyótis-sāt-√ kṛ [ jyotissAtkR ]
= °tiṣ- cf. Bhaṭṭ. ix, 85