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कपोत

कपोत
 kapóta [ kapota ]


as, m. ( √ kav, Uṇ. i, 63 ; fr. 2. ka + pota ? ), a dove, pigeon, ( esp. ) the spottynecked pigeon ( in the Vedas often a bird of evil omen ), RV.; AV.; VS.; MBh. etc.

a bird in general, L.

a frieze, cornice

a particular position of the hands, Comm. on Śak.; PSarv. etc.

the grey colour of a pigeon, Suśr. ii, 280, 1

the grey ore of antimony, Suśr. ii, 84, 10

( ī ), f. the female of a pigeon, Pañcat




kapóta-caraṇā [ kapotacaraNA ]

f. a kind of perfume, Bhpr.



kapóta-pāka [ kapotapAka ]

m. the young of a pigeon, gaṇa nyaṅkv-ādi, Pāṇ. 7-3, 53

( ās ), m. pl., N. of a mountain-tribe, Kāś. on Pāṇ. 5-3, 113

( ī ), f. a princess of this tribe, ib.



kapóta-pāda [ kapotapAda ]

mfn. pigeon-footed, gaṇa hasty-ādi, Pāṇ. 5-4, 138 ( Kāś. reads kaṭola )



kapóta-pāli [ kapotapAli ]

f. frieze, cornice, VarBṛS.



kapóta-pālikā [ kapotapAlikA ]

f. a dove-cot, pigeon-house, aviary, L.



kapóta-pālī [ kapotapAlI ]

f. id.



kapóta-bāṇā [ kapotabANA ]

f. a kind of perfume, L.



kapóta-retasa [ kapotaretasa ]

m., N. of a man



kapóta-roman [ kapotaroman ]

m. N. of a king, MBh.; Hariv. etc.



kapóta-vakra [ kapotavakra ]

n. a particular plant, L.



kapóta-vaṅkā [ kapotavaGkA ]

f. N. of a medicinal plant ( used as a remedy for the stone ), Suśr.



kapóta-varṇa [ kapotavarNa ]

mfn. pigeon-coloured, lead-grey, Suśr.

( ī ), f. small cardamoms, L.



kapóta-vallī [ kapotavallI ]

f. N. of a plant, Bhpr.



kapóta-vegā [ kapotavegA ]

f. Ruta Graveolens, L.



kapóta-sāra [ kapotasAra ]

m. the grey ore of antimony, L.



kapóta-hasta [ kapotahasta ]

m. a particular position of the hands



kapóta-hastaka [ kapotahastaka ]

m. id.



kapotâṅghri [ kapotAGghri ]

f. a kind of perfume, L.



kapotâñjana [ kapotAJjana ]

n. ore of antimony, L.



kapotâbha [ kapotAbha ]

mfn. pigeon-coloured, lead-grey, Suśr.

as, m. a pale or dirty white colour, W.



kapotâri [ kapotAri ]

m. ' enemy of the pigeons ', a hawk, falcon, L.