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काम

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kāma [ kAma ]


etc. see s.v.




काम
 kā'ma [ kAma ]

m. ( fr. √ 2. kam, once kāmá, VS. xx, 60 ), wish, desire, longing ( kāmo me bhuñjīta bhavān, my wish is that you should eat, Pāṇ. iii, 3, 153 ) , desire for, longing after ( gen., dat., or loc. ), love, affection, object of desire or of love or of pleasure, RV. VS. TS. AV. ŚBr. MBh. R. etc.

pleasure, enjoyment

love, especially sexual love or sensuality

Love or Desire personified, AV. ix, xii, xix ( cf. RV. x, 129, 4 ), VS. PārGṛ.

N. of the god of love, AV. iii. 25, 1, MBh. Lalit.

( represented as son of Dharma and husband of Rati [ MBh. i, 2596 ff. Hariv. VP. ], or as a son of Brahmā, VP., or sometimes of Saṃkalpa, BhP. vi, 6, 10 ; kāma-deva ).

N. of Agni, SV. ii, 8, 2, 19, 3, AV. TS. KātyŚr. ŚāṅkhŚr., of Viṣṇu, Gal., of Baladeva ( cf. kāma-pāla ), L.

a stake in gambling, Nār. xvi, 9

a species of mango tree ( = mahā-rāja-cūta ), L.

N. of a metre consisting of four lines of two long syllables each

a kind of bean, L.

a particular form of temple, Hcat

N. of several men

( ā ), f. ' wish, desire ' ( only instr. kāmayā, q.v. )

N. of a daughter of Pṛthuśravas and wife of Ayuta-nāyin, MBh. i, 3774

( am ), n. object of desire, L.

semen virile, L.

N. of a Tīrtha, MBh. iii, 5047

( am ), ind., see s.v.

( ena ), ind. out of affection or love for

( āya, or e ), ind. according to desire, agreeably to the wishes of, out of love for ( gen. or dat. ), RV. AV. TS. ŚBr. ChUp.

( āt ), ind. for one's own pleasure, of one's own free will , of one's own accord, willingly, intentionally, Mn. R.

( kāmá ), mfn. wishing, desiring, RV. ix, 113, 11

( ifc. ) desirous of, desiring, having a desire or intention ( cf. go- k°, dharma-k°, frequently with inf. in tu, cf. tyaktu-k°. )



kā'ma-kandalā [ kAmakandalA ]

f., N. of a woman.



kā'ma-karśana [ kAmakarzana ]

in á-kāma-k°, q.v.



kā'ma-kalā [ kAmakalA ]

f., N. of Rati ( wife of Kāma ), L.

°lâṅganā-vilāsa m., N. of a work.

°lā-tantra n. another work

°lā-bīja n. the essential letter or syllable of a charm or spell.



kā'ma-kalikā [ kAmakalikA ]

f., N. of a Surâṅganā.



kā'ma-kākurava [ kAmakAkurava ]

m. a dove, Gal.



kā'ma-kāti [ kAmakAti ]

( kā'ma- ), mfn. requesting the fulfilment of a wish, RV. viii, 92, 14.



kā'ma-kāntā [ kAmakAntA ]

f. the plant Jasminum Sambac, L.



kā'ma-kāma [ kAmakAma ]

mfn. ' wishing wishes ', having various desires or wishes, following the dictates of passion, TĀr. i, 31, 1, MBh. iii , 11256, Bhag.



kā'ma-kāmin [ kAmakAmin ]

mfn. ' wishing wishes ', having various desires or wishes, following the dictates of passion, TĀr. i, 31, 1, MBh. iii, 11256, Bhag.



kā'ma-kāra [ kAmakAra ]

mfn. fulfilling the desires of any one ( gen. ), R. vii , 63, 8

( as ), m. the act of following one's own inclinations, spontaneous deed , voluntary action, acting of one's own free will, free will, Mn. MBh. R. Bhag.

°raṃ-√ kṛ, to act as one likes

°reṇa and °rāt and °ra-tas ind. according to one's desires or inclinations, willingly, spontaneously, Mn. MBh. etc.



kā'ma-kuṇḍa [ kAmakuNDa ]

n., N. of a Liṅga, SkandaP.



kā'ma-kūṭa [ kAmakUTa ]

m. the paramour of a harlot, L.

wanton caresses, L.



kā'ma-kṛta [ kAmakRta ]

mfn. done intentionally or knowingly, Āp. ii, 28, 12.



kā'ma-kḷpti [ kAmaklRpti ]

f. arranging to one's liking, Vait



kā'ma-keli [ kAmakeli ]

m. ' love-sport ', amorous sport, sexual intercourse, L.

the Vidūṣaka of the drama, L.

( mfn. ) having amorous sport, wanton, L.

-rasa m. a kind of aphrodisiac.



kā'ma-k´ôṣṇī [ kAmakoSNI ]

f., N. of a river, BhP.



kā'ma-krīḍā [ kAmakrIDA ]

f. amorous sport

N. of a metre consisting of four lines of fifteen long syllables each.



kā'ma-khaḍga-dalā [ kAmakhaDgadalA ]

f. the plant Pandanus Odoratissimus ( cf. svarṇa-ketakī ), L.



kā'ma-ga [ kAmaga ]

mfn. going or coming of one's own accord

moving or acting as one pleases, MBh. R.

following one's impulses, indulging one's passions, running after men or women, Yājñ. iii, 6 ( of a woman = kulaṭā, Comm. )

( as ), m. one who comes accidentally or unexpectedly, casual visitor, one who travels about without any specific purpose, Nal. xviii, 23

( ā ), f. a female Kokila, L.



kā'ma-gati [ kAmagati ]

mfn. going or coming of one's own accord, Ragh. xiii, 76.



kā'ma-gama [ kAmagama ]

mf ( ā ) n. id. [ going or coming of one's own accord ], MBh. R.

( ās ), m. pl. a class of deities of the eleventh Manvantara, VP.



kā'ma-gavī [ kAmagavI ]

f. = -dhenu.



kā'ma-gāmin [ kAmagAmin ]

mfn. = -gati, L.



kā'ma-giri [ kAmagiri ]

m., N. of a mountain, VP.



kā'ma-guṇa [ kAmaguNa ]

m. ' quality of desire ', affection, passion

satiety, perfect enjoyment

an object of sense

( ās ), m. pl. the objects of the five senses, sensual enjoyments, Lalit. 225, 4.



kā'ma-go [ kAmago ]

f. = -dhenu.



kā'ma-ṃ-gāmin [ kAmaMgAmin ]

mfn. = -gati, L.



kā'ma-cakra [ kAmacakra ]

n. a kind of mystical circle.



kā'ma-candra [ kAmacandra ]

m., N. of a prince, Buddh.



kā'ma-cara [ kAmacara ]

mf ( ī ) n. moving freely, following one's own pleasure, unrestrained, MBh.

( ī ), f., N. of one of the mothers attending on Skanda, MBh. ix. 2641

-tva n. the state of being free to move or act as one likes, Kathās.



kā'ma-caraṇá [ kAmacaraNa ]

n. free or unchecked motion, ŚBr. vi, 7, 3, 3.



kā'ma-cāra [ kAmacAra ]

mf ( ā ) n. moving freely, following one's own pleasure, unrestrained, MBh.

( ás ), m. free unrestrained motion, independent or spontaneous action

the following one's own desires, sensuality, selfishness, ŚBr. ChUp. Yājñ. ii, 162, Kathās. Comm. on Pāṇ. i, 4, 96, Ragh.

-tas ind. according to one's inclination, voluntarily, Mn. ii , 220

( eṇa ), ind. at pleasure, at will, Comm. on TPrāt.

-vāda-bhakṣa mfn. following one's inclinations in behaviour and speech and eating, Gaut. ii, 1.



kā'ma-cārin [ kAmacArin ]

mfn. moving or acting at pleasure, acting unrestrainedly, MBh. R. Megh

indulging the desires, behaving libidinously ( para-strī-kāma-cārin, lusting after the wife of another ), MBh. xiii , 2265

( as ), m., N. of a Yaksha, Kathās.

a sparrow ( caṭaka ), L.

N. of Garuḍa, L.

( iṇī ), f., N. of Dākṣāyaṇī in mount Mandara, MatsyaP.

an Artemisia, Npr.

°ri-tva n. moving or acting at pleasure, Kād. ii, 130, 18

lewdness, KapS.



kā'ma-cālana [ kAmacAlana ]

n. an erotic term.



kā'ma-ja [ kAmaja ]

mfn. produced or caused by passion or desire, arising from lust, Mn. vii, 46. 47. 50

begotten or born of desire or lust, Mn. ix, 107. 143. 147

m. ' born of Kāma ', N. of Aniruddha, W.

( ās ), m. pl. = kāmagamās, VP.



kā'ma-jananī [ kAmajananI ]

f. betel-pepper, Npr.



kā'ma-jani [ kAmajani ]

m. the Indian cuckoo, L.



kā'ma-jāna [ kAmajAna ]

m. id. [ the Indian cuckoo ], L.



kā'ma-jāla [ kAmajAla ]

m. = -tāla, W.



kā'ma-jit [ kAmajit ]

m. ' conquering desire ', N. of Skanda, MBh.



kā'ma-jyeṣṭha [ kAmajyeSTha ]

( kā'ma- ), mfn. having the god Desire at the head, led by Kāma, AV. ix, 2, 8.



kā'ma-tantra [ kAmatantra ]

n., N. of a work.



kā'ma-taru [ kAmataru ]

m. the god of love considered as a tree ( cf. -vṛkṣa ), Śak.

the plant Vanda Roxburghii, Npr.



kā'ma-tas [ kAmatas ]

ind. according to wish or affection, passionately, from passion or feeling ( opposed to dharma-tas )

of one's own accord, of one's own free will, willingly, intentionally, by consent, Mn. Yājñ. MBh. R. ( cf. a-kāma-tas. )



kā'ma-tāla [ kAmatAla ]

m. the Indian cuckoo ( considered as an incentive to love ), L.



kā'ma-tīrtha [ kAmatIrtha ]

n., N. of a Tīrtha.



kā'ma-da [ kAmada ]

mf ( ā ) n. giving what is wished, granting desires, R. Kathās. etc.

N. of the sun, MBh. iii, 154

of Skanda, MBh. iii, 14631

( ā ), f. = -dhenu, R. i, 53, 20

betel-pepper, Npr.

the yellow Myrobalan, Npr.

a Sanseviera, Npr.

N. of one of the mothers in attendance on Skanda, MBh. ix, 2645

of a daughter of Śata-dhanvan

-tva n. the granting desires.



kā'ma-dattā [ kAmadattA ]

f., N. of a work.



kā'ma-dattikā [ kAmadattikA ]

f., N. of a daughter of Śata-dhanvan, Hariv. 2037.



kā'ma-dantikā [ kAmadantikA ]

f., v.l. for -dattikā, Hariv. i, 38, 6.



kā'ma-daminī [ kAmadaminI ]

f. ' taming love ', N. of a libidinous woman, Pañcat.



kā'ma-darśana [ kAmadarzana ]

mfn. having the look of a charming person, looking lovely, Hariv.



kā'ma-dahana [ kAmadahana ]

n. ' the burning up of the god of love by Śiva ', N. of a chapter of the LiṅgaP.

a particular festival on the day of full moon in the month Phālguna.



kā'ma-dāna [ kAmadAna ]

n. a gift to one's satisfaction, Hcat. i, 14, 7

a kind of ceremony among prostitutes, BhavP.



kā'ma-dúgha [ kAmadugha ]

mf ( ā ) n. ( Pāṇ. iii, 2, 70 Kāś. ) ' milking desires ', yielding objects of desire like milk, yielding what one wishes, VS. TS. AV. ŚBr. MBh. etc. Bālar.

( ā ), f. = -dhenu.



kā'ma-duh [ kAmaduh ]

mfn. ( nom. sg. -dhuk ), id. [ ' milking desires ', yielding objects of desire like milk, yielding what one wishes ], MBh. etc.



kā'ma-duha [ kAmaduha ]

mf ( ā ) n. id. [ ' milking desires ', yielding objects of desire like milk, yielding what one wishes ], MBh.

( ā ), f. the cow of plenty, W.



kā'ma-dūtikā [ kAmadUtikA ]

f. the plant Tiaridium Indicum, L.



kā'ma-dūtī [ kAmadUtI ]

f. the female of the Indian cuckoo, W.

the plant Bignonia suaveolens, Bhpr.



kā'ma-deva [ kAmadeva ]

m. the god of love ( see kāma above; according to some, son of Sahiṣṇu and Yaśo-dharā VP. )

N. of Viṣṇu ( as the god who creates, preserves, or destroys at will ), Viṣṇ. xcviii, 10 ( cf. BhP. v, 18, 15 )

of Śiva, L.

of a poet

of a king of Jayantī-purī

N. of the author of the Prāyaścitta-paddhati

-tva n. the being the god of love, Kathās.

-maya mfn. representing the god of love, AgP.



kā'ma-dohanā [ kAmadohanA ]

f. yielding milk easily, yielding desires, Hcat.



kā'ma-dohinī [ kAmadohinI ]

f. ' yielding desires ', = -dhenu, Hcat.



kā'ma-dhara [ kAmadhara ]

m., N. of a lake in Kāma-rūpa, KālP.



kā'ma-dháraṇa [ kAmadharaNa ]

n. the procuring of desires, fulfilment of desire, VS. iii, 27 ; xii, 46.



kā'ma-dharma [ kAmadharma ]

m. amorous behaviour.



kā'ma-dhātu [ kAmadhAtu ]

m. the region of the wishes, seat of the Kāmâvacara, Buddh.



kā'ma-dhenu [ kAmadhenu ]

f. the mythical cow of Vasiṣṭha which satisfies all desires, cow of plenty ( = surabhi ), Kathās. BrahmaP.

N. of a goddess, BrahmaP.

N. of several works

-gaṇita n., N. of a work

-tantra n., N. of a work on the mystical signification of the letters of the alphabet.



kā'ma-dhvaṃsin [ kAmadhvaMsin ]

m. ' subduing the god of love ', N. of Śiva, L.



kā'ma-nāśaka [ kAmanAzaka ]

mfn. destroying irregular desires, subduing sensual appetite.



kā'ma-nīḍā [ kAmanIDA ]

f. musk, L.



kā'ma-ṃ-dhamin [ kAmaMdhamin ]

m. a brazier ( = kāraṃ-dhamin ), L.



kā'ma-pati [ kAmapati ]

m. the lord of desire.



kā'ma-patnī [ kAmapatnI ]

f. the wife of Kāma ( viz. Rati ), Hariv.



kā'ma-parṇikā [ kAmaparNikA ]

f. Trichodesma Zeylanicum, Npr.



kā'ma-parṇī [ kAmaparNI ]

f. Trichodesma Zeylanicum, Npr.



kā'ma-pāla [ kAmapAla ]

m. ' gratifier of human desires ', N. of Viṣṇu, Viṣṇ.

of Śiva, L.

of Baladeva, L.

of a man, Daś.



kā'ma-pālaka [ kAmapAlaka ]

m., N. of Baladeva, Gal.



kā'ma-pīḍita [ kAmapIDita ]

mfn. tormented with lust or irregular desires.



kā'ma-pūra [ kAmapUra ]

mfn. fulfilling wishes, gratifying desires, BhP.



kā'ma-prá [ kAmapra ]

mfn. id. [ fulfilling wishes, gratifying desires ], RV. AV. ŚBr.

( ám ), n. the fulfilment of desire, AV. Kauś. ŚāṅkhŚr.



kā'ma-prada [ kAmaprada ]

mfn. granting desires

( as ), m. a kind of coitus, L.



kā'ma-pradīpa [ kAmapradIpa ]

m., N. of a work.



kā'ma-praśná [ kAmaprazna ]

m. questioning as one pleases, asking unrestrainedly, ŚBr.



kā'ma-prastha [ kAmaprastha ]

m., N. of a town, gaṇa mālâdi.



kā'ma-prasthīya [ kAmaprasthIya ]

mfn. relating to that town, gaṇa gahâdi, Pāṇ. iv, 2, 138.



kā'ma-pri [ kAmapri ]

m. one whose wishes are fulfilled [ Sāy. ' son of Kāma-pra ', N. of Marutta, BRD. ], AitBr. viii, 21.



kā'ma-priyakarī [ kAmapriyakarI ]

f. Physalis Flexuosa, L.



kā'ma-phala [ kAmaphala ]

m. a species of mango tree, L.



kā'ma-baddha [ kAmabaddha ]

mfn. bound by love

( am ), n. a wood, W.



kā'ma-bala [ kAmabala ]

n. force of desire, sexual power, Bhpr.



kā'ma-bāṇa [ kAmabANa ]

m. an arrow of the god of love.



kā'ma-bindu [ kAmabindu ]

m. ' wish-drop ', anything dropped into the fire to procure the fulfilment of a wish, drop of melted butter, BhP.



kā'ma-bhakṣa [ kAmabhakSa ]

( ed. -bhakṣya ), m. eating according to one's inclinations, Comm. on Yājñ.



kā'ma-bhāj [ kAmabhAj ]

mfn. partaking of sensual enjoyment, enjoying all desires, KaṭhUp. i, 24.



kā'ma-bhoga [ kAmabhoga ]

ās m. pl. gratification of desires, sensual gratification Nal,. R. BhP.



kā'ma-mañjarī [ kAmamaJjarI ]

f. ' love-bud ', N. of a woman, Daś.



kā'ma-máya [ kAmamaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. consisting of desire, ŚBr. BṛĀrUp.

answering all desires, R. iv, 33, 6.



kā'ma-mardana [ kAmamardana ]

m. ' destroyer of the god of love ', N. of Śiva, L.



kā'ma-maha [ kAmamaha ]

m. the festival of the god of love ( on the day of full moon in the month Caitra or March-April ), L.



kā'ma-mālin [ kAmamAlin ]

m., N. of Gaṇê`śa.



kā'ma-mūḍha [ kAmamUDha ]

mfn. infatuated by lust, MW.



kā'ma-mūta [ kAmamUta ]

( kā'ma- ), mfn. strongly affected or impelled by love, RV. x, 10, 11.



kā'ma-moha [ kAmamoha ]

m. infatuation of lust.



kā'ma-mohita [ kAmamohita ]

mfn. infatuated by desire or love or passion.



kā'ma-ratna [ kAmaratna ]

n., N. of a Tantra.



kā'ma-rasa [ kAmarasa ]

m. enjoyment of sexual love, MBh.



kā'ma-rasika [ kAmarasika ]

mfn. libidinous, Bhartṛ.



kā'ma-rāja [ kAmarAja ]

m., N. of a prince

of a poet.



kā'ma-rūpa [ kAmarUpa ]

n. a shape assumed at will

( mfn. ) assuming any shape at will, protean, MBh. R. Megh

( as ), m. a god L.

( ās ), m. pl., N. of a people and of their country ( east of Bengal and in the west part of Assam ), Ragh. Kathās. etc.

-tīrtha n., N. of a Tīrtha

-dhara mfn. assuming any shape at will, protean, MBh. R.

-dhara-tva n. the state of assuming any form at will, R.

-nibandha m., N. of a work

-pati m., N. of an author

-yātrā-paddhati f., N. of a work

°pôdbhavā f. a kind of musk Npr.



kā'ma-rūpín [ kAmarUpin ]

mfn. assuming any shape at will, protean, ŚBr. TUp. MBh. R. Suśr.

( as ), m. a pole-cat, L.

a boar, L.

a Vidyā-dhara ( a kind of subordinate deity ), L.

( iṇī ), f. the plant Physalis Flexuosa, L.



kā'ma-rūpīya-nibandha [ kAmarUpIyanibandha ]

m. = -rūpa-nibandha.



kā'ma-rekhā [ kAmarekhA ]

f. a harlot, courtesan ( cf. -lekhā ), L.



kā'ma-latā [ kAmalatA ]

f. membrum virile, penis, L.

the plant Ipomaea ( Quamoclit Pennata ).



kā'ma-lekhā [ kAmalekhA ]

f. a harlot, courtesan ( cf. -rekhā ), L.



kā'ma-lola [ kAmalola ]

mfn. overcome with desire or passion, W.



kā'ma-vat [ kAmavat ]

( kā'ma- ), mfn. being in love, enamoured, wanton, MBh. R.

containing the word kāma, ŚBr.

( ), f. a species of Curcuma ( Curcuma Aromatica, dāru-haridrā )

N. of a town.



kā'ma-vatsa [ kAmavatsa ]

( kā'ma- ), mf ( ā ) n. having the wish for a calf, having the wish in place of a calf, TBr. iii, 12, 3, 2.



kā'ma-vara [ kAmavara ]

m. a gift chosen at one's own liking or will, BhP.



kā'ma-varṣin [ kAmavarSin ]

mfn. raining according to one's wishes.



kā'ma-vallabha [ kAmavallabha ]

m. ' love's favourite ', spring, W.

a species of mango tree, L.

the cinnamon tree

( ā ), f. moonlight, L.



kā'ma-vaśa [ kAmavaza ]

m. subjection to love, MW.



kā'ma-vaśya [ kAmavazya ]

mfn. being in subjection to the god of love, enamoured, MBh.



kā'ma-vasati [ kAmavasati ]

f. an erotic term.



kā'ma-vāda [ kAmavAda ]

m. speech at will, Comm. on Yājñ. ( cf. Gaut. ii, 1. )



kā'ma-vāsin [ kAmavAsin ]

mfn. dwelling where one pleases, choosing or changing one's residence at will, Nal.



kā'ma-viddha [ kAmaviddha ]

mfn. wounded by the god of love

( as ), m., N. of a man, gaṇa kārtakaujapâdi

( ās ), m. pl. his descendants, ib.



kā'ma-vivarjita [ kAmavivarjita ]

mfn. freed from all desires, Up.



kā'ma-vihantṛ [ kAmavihantR ]

mfn. disappointing desires, W.



kā'ma-vīrya [ kAmavIrya ]

m. ' displaying heroism at will ', N. of Garuḍa, MBh. i, 1240 ; iii, 14360.



kā'ma-vṛkṣa [ kAmavRkSa ]

m. a parasitical plant ( vandāka, Vanda Roxburghii ), L.



kā'ma-vṛtta [ kAmavRtta ]

mfn. eating licentiously, dissipated, Mn. v, 154, MBh. R.



kā'ma-vṛddhi [ kAmavRddhi ]

f. increase of sexual desire or passion, L.

( is ), m. a shrub of supposed aphrodisiac properties ( called Kāma-ja in the Karṇāṭaka ), L.



kā'ma-vṛntā [ kAmavRntA ]

f. the trumpet flower ( Bignonia suaveolens ).



kā'ma-veraṇi [ kAmaveraNi ]

v.l. in gaṇa gahâdi in the Kāś.



kā'ma-veraṇīya [ kAmaveraNIya ]

mfn. fr. the preceding, ib. [ Kāś. ]



kā'ma-vyāhārin [ kAmavyAhArin ]

mfn. singing sweetly.



kā'ma-śara [ kAmazara ]

m. ' love's shaft ', an arrow of the god of love, Pañcat.

the mango tree, L.

°rônmādinī f., N. of a Surâṅganā.



kā'ma-śalya [ kAmazalya ]

( kāma- ), mf ( ā ) n. having love for a shaft, AV. iii, 25, 2



kā'ma-śāsana [ kAmazAsana ]

m. ' punisher of Kāma ', N. of Śiva, Daś.



kā'ma-śāstra [ kAmazAstra ]

n. a treatise on pleasure or sexual love, MBh.

= -sūtra, N. of several erotic works.



kā'ma-śaila [ kAmazaila ]

m., N. of a mountain, R. ( ed. Bomb. ) iv, 43, 28.



kā'ma-saṃyoga [ kAmasaMyoga ]

m. attainment of desired objects, W.



kā'ma-sakha [ kAmasakha ]

m. ' Kāma's friend ', spring, L.

the month Caitra, L.

the mango tree, L.



kā'ma-saṃkalpa [ kAmasaMkalpa ]

mfn. having all kinds of wishes, BrahmabUp.



kā'ma-sani [ kAmasani ]

mfn. fulfilling wishes, TāṇḍyaBr.



kā'ma-samūha [ kAmasamUha ]

m., N. of a work of Ananta.



kā'ma-suta [ kAmasuta ]

m. Aniruddha ( the son of Kāma-deva ), L.



kā'ma-sū [ kAmasU ]

mfn. gratifying wishes, Ragh.

( ūs ), f., N. of Rukmiṇī, L.



kā'ma-sûkta [ kAmasUkta ]

n. a kind of hymn, Hcat.



kā'ma-sūtra [ kAmasUtra ]

n., N. of a treatise on sexual love by Vātsyāyana.



kā'ma-sena [ kAmasena ]

m., N. of a king of Rāmavatī

( ā ), f. the wife of Nidhipati.



kā'ma-hāni [ kAmahAni ]

m., N. of a teacher.



kā'ma-haituka [ kAmahaituka ]

mfn. caused or produced by mere desire, of one's own accord, Bhag.



kāmâkṣā [ kAmAkSA ]

f. a form of Dākṣāyaṇī

-tantra n., N. of a work.



kāmâkṣī [ kAmAkSI ]

f. a form of Durgā

N. of a district sacred to Durgā in Assam.



kāmâkhya [ kAmAkhya ]

n., N. of a Tīrtha, MBh.

( ā ), f. a form of Durgā, VP.

N. of a Tantra

-tantra n., N. of a Tantra.



kāmâgni [ kAmAgni ]

m. the fire of love, passion, lust

-saṃdīpana n. kindling the fire of lust, excitement of sexual love.



kāmâṅkuśa [ kAmAGkuza ]

m. the pointed hook by which the god of love excites or inflames lovers

a finger nail ( which plays an important part in erotic acts ), L.

membrum virile, L.



kāmâṅga [ kAmAGga ]

m. the mango tree, Magnifera indica, L.

( ā ), f. a particular Śruti, L.



kāmâ`tura [ kAmAtura ]

mfn. love-sick, affected by love or desire

m., N. of a man, Pañcat.



kāmâ`tman [ kAmAtman ]

mfn. ' whose very essence is desire ', consisting of desire, indulging one's desires, given to lust, sensual, licentious, MBh. Mn. vii, 27

desiring, wishing for, W.

°tma-tā f. passion, lust, Mn. ii, 2, R. ii, 21, 57.



kāmâdhikāra [ kAmAdhikAra ]

m. the influence of passion or desires, W.

that part of a Śāstra that relates to human wishes or desires, W.



kāmâdhiṣṭhita [ kAmAdhiSThita ]

mfn. influenced or dominated by love, W.



kāmânala [ kAmAnala ]

m. the fire of love, passion, lust, W.



kāmândha [ kAmAndha ]

mfn. blinded through love, blind with lust, Mn. vii, 27 ( v.l. ), Subh.

( as ), m. ' blind from love ', the Indian cuckoo, L.

the falcon, L.

( ā ), f. musk, L.



kāmânnin [ kAmAnnin ]

mfn. having as much food as one likes, TUp. iii, 10, 5.



kāmâbhikāma [ kAmAbhikAma ]

mfn. lustful, MW.



kāmâbhivarṣaṇa [ kAmAbhivarSaNa ]

n. granting of desires, BhP.



kāmâ`yudha [ kAmAyudha ]

m. a species of the mango tree, L.

( am ), n. the weapon or arrow of the god of love

membrum virile, W.



kāmâ`yus [ kAmAyus ]

m. a vulture, L.

N. of Garuḍa, L.



kāmâraṇya [ kAmAraNya ]

n. a pleasure grove or wood, L.



kāmâri [ kAmAri ]

m. ' love's adversary ', N. of Śiva, R. vii, 6, 31, Prasannar.

a mineral substance used in medicine, a sort of pyrites ( = viṭa-māṣika ), L.



kāmâ`rta [ kAmArta ]

mfn. afflicted by love or passion, in love, W.



kāmârthin [ kAmArthin ]

mfn. desirous of pleasure or love, amorous, MW.

°rthi-nagara n., N. of a town.



kāmâvacara [ kAmAvacara ]

ās m. pl. the spheres or worlds of desire ( six in number, also called devaloka, q.v. ), Buddh.

the gods or inhabitants of the worlds of desire ( 1. cāturmahārāja- kāyikās; 2. trāyastriṃśās; 3. tuṣitās; 4. yāmās; 5. nirmāṇa-ratayas; 6. paranirmitavaśa-vartinas' ), ib.



kāmâvatāra [ kAmAvatAra ]

m., N. of a metre consisting of four lines of six syllables each

N. of a work.



kāmâvasāya [ kAmAvasAya ]

m. suppression of the passions.



kāmâvasāyitṛ [ kAmAvasAyitR ]

mfn. one who or anything that suppresses or destroys passion or desire, L.



kāmâvasāyin [ kAmAvasAyin ]

mfn. suppressing desire, W.

°yitā f. °yi-tva n. the power of suppressing desire ( one of the eight supernatural faculties of Śiva ), L. ( cf. yatra-kām°. )



kāmâśaná [ kAmAzana ]

n. eating at will, unrestrained eating, ŚBr. vi.



kāmâ`śaya [ kAmAzaya ]

m. the seat of desire, BhP.



kāmâśoka [ kAmAzoka ]

m., N. of a king, Buddh.



kāmâ`śrama [ kAmAzrama ]

m. the hermitage of the god of love, R. i, 25, 17

-pada n. id., ib.



kāmâ`sakta [ kAmAsakta ]

mfn. intent on gratifying desire, engrossed with love, deeply in love, W.



kāmâ`sakti [ kAmAsakti ]

f. addiction to love, W.



kāmêpsu [ kAmepsu ]

mfn. desirous of sensual objects, SāmavBr.



kāmêśvará [ kAmezvara ]

m., N. of Kubera, TĀr.

( ī ), f., N. of a goddess

( am ), n., N. of a Tīrtha, SkandaP.

-tīrtha n., N. of a Tīrtha

-modaka m. or n. a kind of plant with aphrodisiac properties.



kāmêṣṭa [ kAmeSTa ]

m. ' desired by Kāma ', the mango tree, Npr.



kāmôtthāpya [ kAmotthApya ]

mfn. to be sent away at will, AitBr. vii, 29.



kāmôda [ kAmoda ]

m. a particular Rāga

( ī ), f. the plant Phaseolus trilobus, L.

a particular Rāgiṇī ( also kāmôdā ).



kāmôdaka [ kAmodaka ]

n. a voluntary oblation of water to deceased friends etc. ( exclusive of those for whom it is obligatory ), PārGṛ. iii, 10, Yājñ. iii, 4.



kāmônmatta [ kAmonmatta ]

mfn. mad with love, Daś.



kāmônmādinī [ kAmonmAdinI ]

f., N. of a Surâṅganā.



kāmôpahata [ kAmopahata ]

mfn. overcome with passion or desire, W.

-cittâṅga mfn. one whose mind and body are overcome with love, W.