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क्षपा

kṣapā' [ kSapA ]


2 f. ( Naigh. i, 7

for 1. ksk° 4. kṣáp ) night RV. iv, 53, 7 ( instr. pl. °pā'bhis ) AitBr. i, 13 MBh. etc.

a measure of time equivalent to a whole day of twenty-four hours Jyot

turmeric L.




kṣapā'-kara [ kSapAkara ]

m. ' making the night ', the moon VarBṛS. VarBṛ. Daś. Kād



kṣapā'-kṛt [ kSapAkRt ]

m. id. Śiś. xiii, 53 :



kṣapā'-ghana [ kSapAghana ]

m. a dark cloud or dark nocturnal clouds



kṣapā'-cara [ kSapAcara ]

m. ' night-walker ', a Rakshas, goblin MBh. R. HYog.

any animal that goes out for prey in the night ( as owls, jackals, etc. ) VarBṛS. vli, 66



kṣapā'-jala [ kSapAjala ]

n. night-dew Kād



kṣapâṭa [ kSapATa ]

m. ' night-walker ', a Rakshas, goblin Bhaṭṭ. ii. 30



kṣapâtyaya [ kSapAtyaya ]

m. end of the night, dawn R. Ragh. Daś.



kṣapā-nātha [ kSapAnAtha ]

m. ' lord of the night ', the moon VarBṛ. v, 2 Śiś. iii, 22



kṣapândhya [ kSapAndhya ]

n. night-blindness ( = kṣaṇadândhya ) Suśr. vi, 17, 23



kṣapā-pati [ kSapApati ]

m. = -nātha L.

camphor L.



kṣapâpaha [ kSapApaha ]

m. ' removing night ', the sun R. vii, 23, 2, 12



kṣapā-ramaṇa [ kSapAramaNa ]

m. ' night-lover ', the moon

-śekhara m. ' wearing the moon on his head ', N. of Śiva Rājat. iii, 269



kṣapârdha [ kSapArdha ]

n. midnight Sūryas



kṣapâvasāna [ kSapAvasAna ]

n. end of the night

( e ), loc. ind. on the following morning Daś



kṣapā-vṛtti [ kSapAvRtti ]

mfn. going out for food in the night VarBṛS.



kṣapāvyapâya [ kSapAvyapAya ]

m. = °pâtyaya R. v, 19, 35



kṣapāśaya [ kSapAzaya ]

mfn. lying on anything ( in comp. ) during night MBh. iv, 597



kṣapâha [ kSapAha ]

n. a day and night Mn. i, 68



kṣapêśa [ kSapeza ]

m. = kṣapā-nātha Vāsant



क्षपा
 kṣapā' [ kSapA ]

4. kṣáp