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क्षय

क्षय
 kṣáya [ kSaya ]


√ 1. 2. and 4. kṣi




kṣaya [ kSaya ]

1 m. ' dominion ' Sāy. ( on RV. vii, 46, 2 )



kṣáya [ kSaya ]

2 mfn. dwelling, residing RV. iii, 2, 13 ; viii, 64, 4

m. an abode, dwelling-place, seat, house ( cf. uru- and su-kṣáya, rātha-, divikṣayá ) RV. VS. v, 38 TS. Pāṇ. MBh. R. BhP.

the house of Yama ( cf. yama-kṣ°, vaivasvata-kṣ° )

abode in Yama's dominion Comm. on R. ( ed. Bomb. ) ii, 109, 11

( = kṣití ) family, race RV. i, 123, 1



kṣáya-taru [ kSayataru ]

m. the plant Bignonia suaveolens L.



kṣaya [ kSaya ]

3 m. ( Pāṇ. 6-1, 201 ) loss, waste, wane, diminution, destruction, decay, wasting or wearing away ( often ifc. ) Mn. MBh. etc.

fall ( as of prices, opposed to vṛddhi e.g. kṣayo vṛddhiś ca paṇyānām, ' the fall and rise in the price of commodities ' ) Yājñ. ii, 258

removal W.

end, termination ( e.g. nidrā-kṣ°, the end of sleep R. vi, 105, 14

dina-kṣaye, at the end of day MBh. i, 699 R. iv, 3, 10

jīvita-kṣaye, at the end of life Daś

āyuṣaḥ kṣ° id. Ragh

kṣayaṃgam, √ , √ i, or upa√ i, to become less, be diminished, go to destruction, come to an end, perish Nal. R. Suśr. VarBṛS. Daś. Amar. Hit.

kṣayaṃ√ nī, to destroy R. v, 36, 51 )

consumption, phthisis pulmonalis Suśr. Hcat

sickness in general L.

the destruction of the universe Pañcat

( in alg. ) a negative quantity, minus Āryabh

= -māsa Jyot

= kṣayâha Gaṇit

N. of a prince VP.

( ā ), f. N. of a Yogini Hcat

( am ), n. N. of the last year in the sixty years ' Bṛhaspati cycle VarBṛS.



kṣaya-kara [ kSayakara ]

mfn. ifc. causing destruction or ruin, destructive, terminating MBh. ii, 2494 Suśr.

liberating from existence W.

perhaps for kṣayi-kala ( said of the moon ' the portions of which are waning ' ) Cāṇ

( as ), N. of the 49th year of the sixty years ' Bṛhaspati cycle VarBṛS.



kṣaya-kartṛ [ kSayakartR ]

mfn. ifc. causing destruction or ruin VP.



kṣaya-kāla [ kSayakAla ]

m. the period of destruction, end of all things



kṣaya-kāsa [ kSayakAsa ]

m. a consumptive or phthisical cough Car. vi, 20



kṣaya-kāsin [ kSayakAsin ]

mfn. one who has a consumptive cough



kṣaya-kṛt [ kSayakRt ]

mfn. causing ruin or loss or destruction VarYogay. Bhag. xi Suśr.

( t ), m. ( = kṣaya ) N. of the last year of the sixty years ' Bṛhaspati cycle



kṣaya-ṃ-kara [ kSayaMkara ]

mf ( ī ) n. causing destruction or ruin ( with gen. or ifc. ) MBh. Hcat



kṣaya-ja [ kSayaja ]

mfn. produced by consumption ( as cough ) Suśr.



kṣaya-divasa [ kSayadivasa ]

m. the day of the destruction of the universe Hcar.



kṣaya-nāśinī [ kSayanAzinI ]

f. removing consumption ', Celtis orientalis ( = jīvanti ) L.



kṣaya-pakṣa [ kSayapakSa ]

m. the fortnight of the moon's wane, dark fortnight Kir. ii, 37



kṣaya-pravṛtta [ kSayapravRtta ]

mfn. = -ja Suśr.



kṣaya-māsa [ kSayamAsa ]

m. a lunar month that is omitted in the adjustment of the lunar and the solar calendar Jyot. Gaṇit



kṣaya-yukta [ kSayayukta ]

mfn. ruined ( a prince ) Kir. ii, 11



kṣaya-yukti [ kSayayukti ]

f. ruin, ii, 9

necessity or opportunity of destroying W.



kṣaya-yoga [ kSayayoga ]

m. id. W.



kṣaya-roga [ kSayaroga ]

m. consumption VarBṛS. Hcat



kṣaya-rogin [ kSayarogin ]

mfn. consumptive Yājñ. Hcat

°gi-tā f. consumption

°gi-tva n. id. Mn.



kṣaya-vāyu [ kSayavAyu ]

m. the wind that is to blow at the end of the world W.



kṣaya-sampad [ kSayasampad ]

f. total loss, ruin, destruction W.



kṣayâha [ kSayAha ]

m. a lunar day that is omitted in the adjustment of the lunar and the solar calendar Gaṇit



kṣayôpaśama [ kSayopazama ]

m. complete annihilation of the desire of being active Jain. ( Sarvad. iii )