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काक

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काक
 kāka [ kAka ]


m. ( onomat. imitation of the cawing of the crow, cf. √ kai Nir. iii, 18 Uṇ. ), a crow AdbhBr. Mn. MBh. R. Suśr. Hit.

( metaphorically, as an expression of contempt, e.g. na tvāṃ kākaṃ manye, I rate thee less than a crow Pāṇ. 2-3, 17 Pat. ; tīrtha-kāka Comm. on Pāṇ. 2-1, 42 ).

an impudent or insolent fellow L.

a lame man, a cripple W.

washing the head, bathing by dipping the head only in water ( after the manner of crows ) L.

a sectorial mark ( tilaka ) L.

a particular measure L.

the plant Ardisia Humilis L.

N. of a Dvīpa or division of the world L.

( ās ), m. pl., N. of a people VP. Nal

( ī ), f. a female crow Pāṇ. 6-3, 42 Pat. on Vārtt. 2 Pañcat. Kathās

personified as a daughter of Kaśyapa by Tāmrā and mother of crows ( Hariv. 222 ) and owls ( MBh. i, 2620 )

the plant Kākolī L.

N. of one of the seven mothers of Śiśu

( ā ), f. the plant Abrus precatorius L.

Leea Hirta L.

Solanum indicum L.

Ficus oppositifolia L.

the plant Kākolī L.

the plant Raktikā L.

( am ), n. a multitude or assembly of crows Kāś. on Pāṇ. 4-2 , 37

a modus coeundi L.




kāka-kaṅgu [ kAkakaGgu ]

f. a kind of panic grass ( Panicum miliaceum ) L.



kāka-kaṅgunī [ kAkakaGgunI ]

f. id. Gal.



kāka-kadalī [ kAkakadalI ]

f. a particular plant Comm. on ŚāṅkhGṛ. i, 23



kāka-karkaṭī [ kAkakarkaTI ]

f. a kind of small date Npr.



kāka-kalā [ kAkakalA ]

f. the plant Leea Hirta ( kākajaṅghā ) L.



kāka-kāṣṭha [ kAkakASTha ]

n. a position in the game Catur-aṅga



kāka-kulāya-gandhika [ kAkakulAyagandhika ]

mfn. having the smell of a crow's nest AitĀr.



kāka-kūrmamṛgâkhu [ kAkakUrmamRgAkhu ]

avas m. pl. the crow, tortoise, deer, and mouse Hit.



kāka-kūrmâdi [ kAkakUrmAdi ]

ayas m. pl. the crow, the tortoise, and the rest Hit.



kāka-khara [ kAkakhara ]

ās m. pl., N. of a people



kāka-guha [ kAkaguha ]

mfn. ' crow-concealing ', g. mūla-vibhujâdi Pāṇ. 3-2, 5 Kāś



kāka-ghnī [ kAkaghnI ]

f. a kind of Karañja ( Galedupa arborea, mahā-karañja ) L.



kāka-caṇḍîśvara [ kAkacaNDIzvara ]

m. N. of a man



kāka-caṇḍêśvarī [ kAkacaNDezvarI ]

f. N. of wk.



kāka-ciñcā [ kAkaciJcA ]




kāka-ciñci [ kAkaciJci ]

f. Abrus precatorius L.



kāka-ciñcika [ kAkaciJcika ]

m. or n. ( ? ) a particular soft substance Lalit. 29 , 11 RLM

( vv. ll. kācilindi and °dika, the down on the pod of the Abrus precatorius )



kāka-ciñcī [ kAkaciJcI ]

f. = ciñcā Bhpr.



kāka-cchada [ kAkacchada ]

m. a wagtail L.

side-locks of hair ( kāka-pakṣa ) W.



kāka-cchadi [ kAkacchadi ]

v.l. kāka-cchardi m. a wagtail L.

a crow's vomit W.



kāka-cchardi [ kAkacchardi ]

m. a wagtail L.

a crow's vomit W.



kāka-jaṅghā [ kAkajaGghA ]

f. the plant Leea Hirta Suśr.

Abrus precatorius L.



kāka-jambū [ kAkajambU ]

f. the plant Ardisia humilis L.



kāka-jambū [ kAkajambU ]

f. another kind of Jambu L.



kāka-jāta [ kAkajAta ]

m. ' crow-born ', the Indian cuckoo ( pika ) L.



kāka-tā [ kAkatA ]

f. the state of a crow Mn. xi, 25



kāka-tālīya [ kAkatAlIya ]

mfn. after the manner of the crow and the palm-fruit ( as in the fable of the fruit of the palm falling unexpectedly at the moment of the alighting of a crow and killing it ), unexpected, accidental R. iii, 45, 17 Comm. on Pāṇ. 5-3, 106 ( cf. Pat. and Kaiy. )

( am ), ind. unexpectedly, suddenly MBh. xii, 6596

( am ), n. the fable of the crow and the palm-fruit

-vat ind. as in the fable of the crow and the palm-fruit, unexpectedly, suddenly Hit.



kāka-tālukin [ kAkatAlukin ]

mfn. having the palate of a crow, contemptible Comm. on Pāṇ. 5-2, 128



kāka-tiktā [ kAkatiktA ]

f. Abrus precatorius L.



kāka-tindu [ kAkatindu ]




kāka-tinduka [ kAkatinduka ]

m. a kind of ebony ( Diospyros tomentosa ) L.



kāka-tuṇḍa [ kAkatuNDa ]

m. the dark Agallochum BhP. v, 14, 12

( ī ), f. Asclepias Curassavica L.

Xanthochymus pictorius L.

a kind of brass L.



kāka-tuṇḍaka [ kAkatuNDaka ]

m. a kind of water-fowl Car.

( ikā ), f. the plant Xanthochymus Pictorius L.



kāka-tulya [ kAkatulya ]

mfn. like a crow, crow-like, crafty MW.



kāka-tva [ kAkatva ]

n. the state of a crow Kathās



kāka-danta [ kAkadanta ]

m. ' crow's tooth ', anything impossible or not existing, chimera ( cf. śaśa-viṣāṇa ) Jyot. etc.

-vicāra m. a discussion about nothing Comm. on Nyāyam



kāka-dantaki [ kAkadantaki ]

ayas m. pl., N. of a warrior-tribe, g. dāmany-ādi



kāka-dantakīya [ kAkadantakIya ]

m. a prince of the Kāka-dantakis ib.



kāka-danti [ kAkadanti ]

m. id. ib. Kāś



kāka-dantīya [ kAkadantIya ]

m. id. ib. Kāś



kāka-dhvaja [ kAkadhvaja ]

m. submarine fire ( personified in Hindū mythology, cf. aurva ) L.



kāka-nāman [ kAkanAman ]

m. the plant Agati Grandiflora L.



kāka-nāsa [ kAkanAsa ]

m. the plant Asteracantha Longifolia L.

( ā ), f. the plant Leea Hirta Suśr.



kāka-nāsikā [ kAkanAsikA ]

f. the plant Leea Hirta L.

the red-blossomed Trivṛt L.



kāka-nidrā [ kAkanidrA ]

f. ' crow's sleep ', light slumber ( easily broken )



kāka-nīlā [ kAkanIlA ]

f. = -jambū



kāka-pakṣa [ kAkapakSa ]

m. ' crow's wing ', side-locks of hair on the temples of young men ( three or five locks on each side left when the head is first shaved and allowed to remain there, especially in persons of the military caste )

-dhara mfn. wearing side-locks R. Ragh. xi, 1 and 42



kāka-pakṣaka [ kAkapakSaka ]

mfn. ( ifc. ) id. Ragh. iii, 28 and xi, 31



kāka-pada [ kAkapada ]

n. the mark of a crow's foot or a similar mark or figure Suśr. VarBṛS.

marks or lines in the skin similar to a crow's foot Suśr.

the foundation or base of anything so shaped Jyot

the sign V in MSS. marking an omission

a particular flourish of the pen indicating an oft-recurring word

m. a modus coeundi L.



kāka-parṇī [ kAkaparNI ]

f. the plant Phaseolus trilobus Bhpr.



kāka-pīlu [ kAkapIlu ]

m. the plant Diospyros tomentosa ( kāka- tinduka ) L.

Xanthochymus pictorius ( kāka-tuṇḍī ) L.

a variety of Abrus precatorius ( śveta-guñjā ) Bhpr.



kāka-pīluka [ kAkapIluka ]

m. the plant Diospyros tomentosa ( kāka- tinduka ) L.



kāka-puccha [ kAkapuccha ]

for -puṣṭa L.



kāka-puṣṭa [ kAkapuSTa ]

m. ' crow-nourished ', the Kokila or Indian cuckoo ( said to leave its eggs in the nest of the crow etc. ) L.



kāka-puṣpa [ kAkapuSpa ]

m. a kind of plant Bhpr.



kāka-peya [ kAkapeya ]

mfn. ' crow-drinkable ', full to the brim or to the brink with water so that a crow may drink Comm. on Pāṇ. 2-1, 33 ( cf. Pāli kāka-peyya in Mahāparinibbāna Sutta. )



kāka-phala [ kAkaphala ]

m. the tree Azadirachta Indica ( nimba ) L.

( ā ), f. a kind of Jambū L.



kāka-bandhyā [ kAkabandhyA ]

for -vandhyā



kāka-bali [ kAkabali ]

m. ' crow-offering ', N. of the Bali-karaṇa or offerings of food for crows and other animals RTL. p. 329



kāka-bījaka [ kAkabIjaka ]

m. the plant Diospyros tomentosa Gal.



kāka-bhāṇḍī [ kAkabhANDI ]

f. a species of Karañja L.



kāka-bhīru [ kAkabhIru ]

m. ' afraid of crows ', an owl ( cf. kākâri ) L.



kāka-madgu [ kAkamadgu ]

m. a water-hen, gallinule ( dātyūha, resembling a crow in colour ) MBh.



kāka-marda [ kAkamarda ]

and m. a kind of gourd ( Cucumis colocynthis, mahā-kāla ) L.



kāka-mardaka [ kAkamardaka ]

m. a kind of gourd ( Cucumis colocynthis, mahā-kāla ) L.



kāka-mācikā [ kAkamAcikA ]

f. the plant Solanum indicum ( commonly Gūrkamai ) L.



kāka-mācī [ kAkamAcI ]

f. id. Suśr.



kāka-mātā [ kAkamAtA ]

f. id. L.



kāka-mārin [ kAkamArin ]

m. Menispermum Cocculus



kāka-mukha [ kAkamukha ]

ās m. pl. ' crow-faced ', N. of a mythical people W.



kāka-mudgā [ kAkamudgA ]

f. the wild bean Phaseolus trilobus L.



kāka-mṛga [ kAkamRga ]

au m. du. the crow and the deer Hit.

-go-carita mfn. following the manner of the crow in drinking , of the deer in eating, and of the cow in making water BhP. v, 5, 34



kāka-meṣī [ kAkameSI ]

f. Vernonia anthelminthica L.



kāka-yava [ kAkayava ]

m. barren corn ( the ear of which has no grains ) MBh. Pañcat



kāka-rakta [ kAkarakta ]

n. crow's blood



kāka-ranti [ kAkaranti ]

ayas m. pl., N. of a warrior-tribe, g. dāmany-ādi



kāka-rantīya [ kAkarantIya ]

m. a prince of the Kāka-rantis ib. Kāś



kāka-rava [ kAkarava ]

mfn. crying out like a crow, cowardly

a coward Pañcat. ( ed. Bomb. ) i, 7, 16 ( v.l. kākaruka )



kāka-rudra-saṃvāda [ kAkarudrasaMvAda ]

m. N. of wk. on omens



kāka-ruhā [ kAkaruhA ]

f. a parasitic plant ( Epidendrum tesseloides, etc. ) L.



kāka-vaktra [ kAkavaktra ]

m. ' crow-faced ', a kind of duck L.

( ī ), f. N. of a Buddhist goddess Buddh.



kāka-vat [ kAkavat ]

ind. like a crow, in the manner of a crow



kāka-vandhyā [ kAkavandhyA ]

f. a woman that bears only one child Comm. on Gobh. iii, 5, 7



kāka-varṇa [ kAkavarNa ]

m. N. of a prince VP.



kāka-varṇin [ kAkavarNin ]

m. N. of a prince ( or descendant of Bimbisāra ) Buddh.



kāka-vartaka [ kAkavartaka ]

au m. du. the crow and the quail



kāka-vallabhā [ kAkavallabhA ]

f. a particular plant ( = kāka-jambū ) L.



kāka-vallarī [ kAkavallarI ]

f. a kind of creeper Bhpr.

Abrus precatorius Bhpr.



kāka-vāśika [ kAkavAzika ]

mfn. crying kāka MBh. viii, 41, 58



kāka-vairin [ kAkavairin ]

m. ' crow's enemy ', an owl Mahīdh. on VS. xxiv, 23



kāka-vyāghra-gomāyu [ kAkavyAghragomAyu ]

avas m. pl. the crow, the tiger, and the jackal



kāka-śabda [ kAkazabda ]

m. the cawing of a crow



kāka-śāva [ kAkazAva ]

m. a young crow Pat. on Pāṇ. 6-3, 42 Vārtt. 2



kāka-śimbī [ kAkazimbI ]

f. the plant Xanthochymus pictorius L.



kāka-śīrṣa [ kAkazIrSa ]

m. the tree Agati grandiflora L.



kāka-śīrṣi [ kAkazIrSi ]

m. N. of a man ( probably a patronymic ) L.



kāka-sampāta [ kAkasampAta ]

m. the flight of a crow Kauś. 31 and 34



kāka-strī [ kAkastrI ]

f. = -śīrṣa W.



kāka-sparśa [ kAkasparza ]

m. the touching of a crow Nīlak. on MBh. xii, 177, 11

a ceremony performed on the tenth day after a death consisting in the offering of rice to crows



kāka-sphūrja [ kAkasphUrja ]

m. the plant Diospyrus tomentosa L.



kāka-svara [ kAkasvara ]

m. a shrill tone



kāka-hradatīrtha [ kAkahradatIrtha ]

n. N. of a Tīrtha ŚivaP.



kākâkṣi [ kAkAkSi ]

n. the eye of a crow ( crows are supposed to have but one visual orb which, as occasion requires, moves from the cavity on one side into that on the other ) AgP. ix, 13

-nyāyena, -nyāyāt, and -vat ind. in the manner of a crow's eye ( said of a word which follows two rules ), on this side and that, in such a way as to belong both to the preceding and subsequent Comm. on Lāṭy

on Mn. iv, 83 etc. Comm. on Naish. i, 11 ( °kṣi-golakanyāyāt )



kākâṅgā [ kAkAGgA ]




kākâṅgī [ kAkAGgI ]

f. the plant Leea Hirta L.



kākâñcī [ kAkAJcI ]

f. id. ib.

an esculent vegetable ( Solanum indicum ) W.



kākâṇḍa [ kAkANDa ]

m. a kind of bean Suśr.

Diospyros tomentosa L.

Melia Bukayun L.

( ā ), f. a kind of spider Suśr.

Carpopogon pruriens L.

( ī ), f. a kind of plant L.



kākâṇḍaka [ kAkANDaka ]

m. Diospyros tomentosa MBh.

( ā ), f. a kind of spider Suśr.



kākâṇḍolā [ kAkANDolA ]

f. a plant similar to the Carpopogon pruriens Car.



kākâtanī [ kAkAtanI ]

f. the gourd Cucumis colocynthis ŚāṅkhGṛ. i, 23 ( v.l. for the next )



kākâdanī [ kAkAdanI ]

f. id., g. gaurâdi Pāṇ. 4-1, 41

a white variety of the Abrus precatorius Suśr.

the plant Capparis sepiaria



kākâyu [ kAkAyu ]

m. a kind of creeping plant Bhpr.



kākâri [ kAkAri ]

m. ' enemy of crows ', an owl L.



kākâsyā [ kAkAsyA ]

f. ' crow-faced ', N. of a Buddhist goddess Buddh.



kākâhvānā [ kAkAhvAnA ]

f. ' named after the crow ', ( sc. udumbarī ) the Ficus oppositifolia Suśr.



kākêkṣu [ kAkekSu ]

m. a kind of reed ( Saccharum spontaneum, kāśa ) L.



kākêndu [ kAkendu ]

m. a kind of ebony ( Diospyros tomentosa ) L.



kākêṣṭa [ kAkeSTa ]

m. the tree Melia Azadirachta L.

-phalā f. a kind of plant Gal.



kākôcchvāsa [ kAkocchvAsa ]

mfn. breathing quickly like a crow ( in fear ) Hariv. 4510 Suśr.



kākôḍumbara [ kAkoDumbara ]

m. ( ī ), f. and f. the opposite- leaved fig-tree ( Ficus oppositifolia ) Suśr.



kākôḍumbarikā [ kAkoDumbarikA ]

f. the opposite-leaved fig-tree ( Ficus oppositifolia ) Suśr.



kākôdara [ kAkodara ]

m. ' crow-bellied ', a serpent L.



kākôdumbara [ kAkodumbara ]

m. = kākôḍumbara



kākôlūka [ kAkolUka ]

n. the crow and owl ( as natural enemies ) Comm. on Pāṇ. 2-4, 9



kākôlūkikā [ kAkolUkikA ]

f. the natural enmity between the owl and the crow Pāṇ. 4-3, 125 Kāś. ; iv, 2, 104 Pat. on Vārtt. 21



kākôlūkīya [ kAkolUkIya ]

n. ' the story of the crow and the owl ', N. of the third book of the Pañcatantra



kākoṣṭhaka [ kAkoSThaka ]

and mfn. shaped like the beak of a crow ( said of a bandage ) Suśr.



kākaˆuṣṭhaka [ kAkauSThaka ]

mfn. shaped like the beak of a crow ( said of a bandage ) Suśr.