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काय

काय
 kāyá [ kAya ]


1 mf ( ī ) n. ( fr. 3. ka Pāṇ. 4-2, 25 ), relating or devoted to the god Ka ( Prajā-pati RV. x, 121 ) VS. TS. ŚBr.

etc.

m. one of the eight modes of marriage ( = Prājāpatya, vivāha ) Mn. iii, 38 Yājñ. i, 60

( am ), n. part of the hand sacred to Prajā-pati, the root of the little finger Mn. ii, 58 and 59




काय
 kāya [ kAya ]

2 m. ( √ ci Pāṇ. 3-3, 41 ), the body KātyŚr. Mn. etc.

the trunk of a tree R.

the body of a lute ( the whole except the wires ) L.

assemblage, collection, multitude SaddhP.

principal, capital Nār. Bṛh

a house, habitation L.

a butt, mark L.

any object to be attained L.

natural temperament L.



kāya-kāraṇa-kartṛ-tva [ kAyakAraNakartRtva ]

n. activity in performing bodily acts



kāya-kleśa [ kAyakleza ]

m. bodily suffering, toil Mn. MBh. iii, 1472



kāya-cikitsā [ kAyacikitsA ]

f. ' body-cure ', treatment of bodily diseases Suśr.



kāya-daṇḍa [ kAyadaNDa ]

m. complete command over one's body Mn. xii, 10



kāya-bandhana [ kAyabandhana ]

n. ' body-fastening ', a girdle Buddh.



kāya-vat [ kAyavat ]

mfn. embodied Mcar.



kāya-vadha [ kAyavadha ]

m. N. of an Asura VP.



kāya-valana [ kAyavalana ]

n. ' body-fence ', armour L.



kāya-śuddhi [ kAyazuddhi ]

f. = -cikitsā VP.



kāya-stha [ kAyastha ]

m. ' dwelling in the body ', the Supreme Spirit L.

a particular caste or man of that caste, the Kāyath or writer caste ( born from a Kshatriya father and Śūdra mother ) Yājñ. Mṛcch. etc.

( ā ), f. a woman of that caste L.

Myrobalanus Chebula L.

Emblica officinalis Bhpr.

Ocimum sanctum L.

a drug ( commonly Kākolī ) L.

cardamoms L.

( ī ), f. the wife of a Kāyath or writer L.



kāya-sthālī [ kAyasthAlI ]

f. a red variety of Bignonia Npr.



kāya-sthikā [ kAyasthikA ]

f. ( = -sthā ) a drug ( commonly Kākolī ) Npr.



kāya-sthita [ kAyasthita ]

mfn. situated in the body, corporeal



kāyâgni [ kAyAgni ]

m. ' body-fire ', the digestive secretion Car.



kāyârohaṇa [ kAyArohaNa ]

and n. two names of places



kāyâvarohaṇa [ kAyAvarohaNa ]

n. two names of places



kāyôtsarga [ kAyotsarga ]

m. a kind of religious austerity Jain.