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कर्दम

kardama [ kardama ]


m. ( Uṇ. iv, 84 ) mud, slime, mire, clay, dirt, filth MBh. Yājñ. Ragh. etc.

sin Comm. on Uṇ

shade, shadow ( in Veda according to BrahmaP. )

N. of a Prajāpati ( born from the shadow of Brahmā, husband of Devahūti and father of Kapila ) MBh.

a kind of rice Suśr.

a kind of poisonous bulb

N. of Pulaka ( a son of Prajāpati ) VP.

of a Nāga MBh. i, 1561

( ī ), f. a species of jasmine

( am ), n. flesh L.

Civet L.

( mfn. ) covered with mud or mire or dirt, dirty, filthy Suśr.




kardama-rāja [ kardamarAja ]

or m. N. of a man ( a son of Kshema-gupta ) Rājat



kardama-rājan [ kardamarAjan ]

m. N. of a man ( a son of Kshema-gupta ) Rājat



kardama-vīsarpa [ kardamavIsarpa ]

m. a kind of erysipelas Car.



kardamâkhya [ kardamAkhya ]

m. a kind of poisonous bulb Suśr. ii, 253, 4



kardamâṭaka [ kardamATaka ]

m. a receptacle for filth, a sewer etc.



kardamêśvara-māhātmya [ kardamezvaramAhAtmya ]

n. N. of wk.



kardamôdbhava [ kardamodbhava ]

m. marsh-produced kind of rice L.