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क्रम

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kráma [ krama ]


m. a step AV. x, 5, 25 ff. TS. iii MBh. etc.

going, proceeding, course ( cf. kāla-k° ) Mṛcch. Pañcat. Mālatīm. Hit.

the way R. ii, 25, 2

a position taken ( by an animal etc. ) before making a spring or attacking Pañcat. Bhaṭṭ. ii, 9

the foot MBh. iii, 14316

uninterrupted or regular progress, order, series, regular arrangement, succession ( e.g. varṇa-krameṇa, ' in the order of the castes ' Mn. viii, 24 and ix, 85 ) AV. viii, 9, 10 RPrāt. xv, 5 KātyŚr. R. etc.

hereditary descent Yājñ. ii, 119

method, manner ( e.g. yena krameṇa, in which manner R. ii, 26, 20

tad-anusaraṇa-krameṇa, so as to go on following him Hit. )

diet Car. vi, 13

custom, rule sanctioned by tradition MārkP. xxiii, 112

( kramaṃ √ 1. kṛ, ' to follow that rule ' ) Nyāyam

occasion, cause ( with gen. or ifc. ) Kathās. xviii, 380 Hit.

' progressing step by step ', a peculiar manner or method of reading and writing Vedic texts ( so called because the reading proceeds from the 1st member, either word or letter, to the 2nd, then the 2nd is repeated and connected with the 3rd, the 3rd repeated and connected with the 4 h, and so on

this manner of reading in relation to words is called pada- [ TPrāt. ii, 12 ], in relation to conjunct consonants varṇa- [ ib. ] ) Prāt.

the words or letters themselves when combined or arranged in the said manner ib.

( in dram. ) attainment of the object desired ( or accord. to others ' noticing of any one's affection ' ) Daśar. i, 36 f. Sāh. Pratāpar

( in rhet. ) a kind of simile ( in which the comparisons exhibited correspond to each other in regular succession ) Vām. iv, 3 , 17

power, strength L.

( eṇa, āt ), instr. abl. ind. in regular course, gradually, by degrees R. Pañcat. Ragh. etc.

according to order or rank or series Mn. Ragh. etc.




kráma-kārikā [ kramakArikA ]

f. N. of wk.



kráma-kāla [ kramakAla ]

m. = -pāṭha APrāt. iv, 123 f. Sch.

-yoga m. ( = kāla- ) the events as resulting successively in time MBh. iii, 8733



kráma-kṛt [ kramakRt ]

mfn. following traditional rule or custom Nyāyam



kráma-ghana [ kramaghana ]

m. a kind of Krama-pāṭha



kráma-caṭa [ kramacaTa ]

m. id. ( v.l. -jaṭā )



kráma-candrikā [ kramacandrikA ]

f. N. of wk.,



kráma-ja [ kramaja ]

mfn. produced by the Krama arrangement, APrāt. VPrāt.



kráma-jaṭā [ kramajaTA ]

f. -caṭa



kráma-jit [ kramajit ]

m. N. of a prince MBh. ii, 123



kráma-jyakā [ kramajyakA ]

f. the sinus Gol.



kráma-jyā [ kramajyA ]

f. id. Sūryas. ii, 32 and 60



kráma-tas [ kramatas ]

ind. gradually, successively

in order



kráma-trairāśika [ kramatrairAzika ]

a particular method of applying the direct rule of three ( opposed to vyasta-tr° or viloma-tr° )



kráma-daṇḍa [ kramadaNDa ]

m. a kind of Krama-pāṭha



kráma-dīpikā [ kramadIpikA ]

f. N. of wk.



kráma-dhvaja [ kramadhvaja ]

m. a kind of Krama-pāṭha



kráma-pada [ kramapada ]

n. the conjunction of words in the Krama reading ( more usually pada-krama ) APrāt. iv, 110. iv, 110.



kráma-pāṭha [ kramapATha ]

m. the Krama reading ( i.e. a peculiar ' step by step ' arrangement of a Vedic text made to secure it from all possible error by, as it were, combining the Saṃhitā-pāṭha and the Padapāṭha , i.e. by giving the words both as connected and unconnected with following and preceding words

also krama above ) VPrāt. iv, 180 Sch. Pāṇ. 8-4, 28, Kaiy



kráma-pāra [ kramapAra ]

m. a kind of Kramapāṭha



kráma-pūraka [ kramapUraka ]

m. N. of a tree ( perhaps Getonia floribunda ) L.



kráma-pravaktṛ [ kramapravaktR ]

m. a teacher of the Krama (-pāṭha ) RPrāt. xi, 33



kráma-prâpta [ kramaprApta ]

mfn. obtained by hereditary descent Nal. xii, 36



kráma-bhaṅga [ kramabhaGga ]

m. interruption of order



kráma-bhāvin [ kramabhAvin ]

mfn. successive Nyāyad. iii, 1, 3 Sch.



kráma-bhraṣṭa [ kramabhraSTa ]

n. interrupted or irregular order of words or meanings, Pratāpar



kráma-mālā [ kramamAlA ]

f. a kind of Krama-pāṭha



kráma-yoga [ kramayoga ]

m. succession, regular order, successive or methodical practice Mn. i, 42 R. vi, 16, 60

( ena ), instr. ind. in regular manner Mn. MBh. i, 5287



kráma-yaugapadya [ kramayaugapadya ]

e n. du. successive order and simultaneousness Sarvad



kráma-ratnâvalī [ kramaratnAvalI ]

f. N. of wk.



kráma-ratha [ kramaratha ]

m. a kind of Krama-pāṭa



kráma-rājya [ kramarAjya ]

n. N. of a locality Rājat. v, 87



kráma-lekhā [ kramalekhA ]

f. a kind of Kramapāṭha



kráma-vat [ kramavat ]

ind. in the manner of the Krama (-pāṭha ) APrāt. iv, 123



kráma-vattu [ kramavattu ]

N. of a district in Kaśmira Rājat. v, 39

( -varta ) iii, 227



kráma-varta [ kramavarta ]

See -vattu



kráma-vṛddhi [ kramavRddhi ]

f. gradual growth or increase MBh. xii, 3308



kráma-śaṭha [ kramazaTha ]

m. a kind of Krama-pāṭha



kráma-śas [ kramazas ]

ind. gradually, by degrees Mn. R. Suśr. KapS. etc.

regularly, seriatim Mn. R. Sāṃkhyak. etc.



kráma-śāstra [ kramazAstra ]

n. rules relating to the Krama (-pāṭha ) RPrāt.



kráma-śikhā [ kramazikhA ]

f. a kind of Krama-pāṭha



kráma-saṃhitā [ kramasaMhitA ]

f. a Vedic Saṃhitā written according to the Krama method Comm. on VPrāt.

°tôdāharaṇa n. an example from a Krama-saṃhitā



kráma-saṃgraha [ kramasaMgraha ]

m. N. of a treatise



kráma-saṃdarbha-prabhāsa [ kramasaMdarbhaprabhAsa ]

m. N. of a chapter ( khaṇḍa ) in a particular work



kráma-saras [ kramasaras ]

n. N. of a sacred pond Kathās. lxxiii, 95



kráma-sāra [ kramasAra ]

m. N. of wk.



kráma-stuti [ kramastuti ]

f. N. of wk.



kramâkrama [ kramAkrama ]

au m. du. = krama-yaugapadya, q.v. Sarvad



kramâkrānta [ kramAkrAnta ]

mfn. attacked by any one who has taken up a position of advantage Kād



kramágata [ kramagata ]

mfn. descended or inherited lineally, ( anything ) coming from one's ancestors in regular succession Nār

( a servant ) Pañcat. etc.

often ifc. Mn. ii, 18 Yājñ. Pañcat. Hit.

successive, in due order Car. iii, 8

-tva n. hereditary succession or possession W.



kramâditya [ kramAditya ]

m. N. of king Skanda-gupta



kramâdhyayana [ kramAdhyayana ]

n. reciting or reading according to the Krama method APrāt. iv, 108 f. Sch.



kramâdhyāyin [ kramAdhyAyin ]

mfn. studying the Krama arrangement of a Vedic text VPrāt. iv, 179 Sch.



kramânuyāyin [ kramAnuyAyin ]

mfn. following the methodical order



kramânusāra [ kramAnusAra ]

m. regular order, due arrangement



kramânvaya [ kramAnvaya ]

m. id.



kramâyāta [ kramAyAta ]

mfn. descended or inherited lineally, coming from one's ancestors in regular succession W.

one who has acceded to the throne by succession Pañcat

proceeding in regular order W.



kramâvasāna [ kramAvasAna ]

n. the end of a word in the Krama- pāṭha



kramêtara [ krametara ]

mfn. not arranged according to the Krama- pāṭha, g. ukthâdi



kramôkta [ kramokta ]

mfn. enjoined for the Krama arrangement W.



kramôḍhā [ kramoDhA ]

f. married in order ( i.e. not before an elder sister ) Kāty



kramôdvega [ kramodvega ]

m. an ox L.