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कंज

कंज
 kaṃ-ja [ kaMja ]


as, m. ( fr. kam = 3. ka and ja ), ' produced from the head ', the hair, L.

' produced from water ', N. of Brahmā, L.

( am ), n. a lotus, R.; BhP.

Amṛta, the food of the gods, L.




kaṃ-ja-ja [ kaMjaja ]

m. ' born from a lotus ', N. of Brahmā, L.



kaṃ-ja-nābha [ kaMjanAbha ]

m. ' lotus-naveled ', N. of Viṣṇu, BhP. iii, 9, 44



kaṃ-ja-bāhu [ kaMjabAhu ]

m. ' having hairy arms ', N. of an Asura Hariv.



kaṃ-ja-vadana [ kaMjavadana ]

n. a lotus-face; ( cf. vadanakaṃja. )



kaṃ-ja-sū [ kaMjasU ]

ūs, m. the god of love, L.