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Derived Words in Other Languages:
lakṣaṇā [ lakSaNA ]
f. aiming at, aim, object, view cf. Hariv.
indication, elliptical expression, use of a word for another word with a cognate meaning ( as of ' head ' for ' intellect ' ), indirect or figurative sense of a word ( one of its three Arthas
the other two being abhidhā or proper sense, and vyañjanā or suggestive sense
with sâropā, the placing of a word in its figurative sense in apposition to another in its proper sense ) cf. Sāh. cf. Kpr. cf. Bhāshāp. etc.
the female of the Ardea Sibirica ( = lakṣmaṇā ) cf. Suśr.
a goose cf. Uṇ. iii, 7 cf. Sch.
N. of an Apsaras cf. MBh. cf. Hariv.
lakṣaṇā-valī [ lakSaNAvalI ]
( °ṇâv° or °ṇâv° ? ), f. N. of various wks.
lakṣaṇā-vāda [ lakSaNAvAda ]
m. N. of two wks. ( by Gadā-dhara and Raghu-deva )
-rahasya n. N. of wk. ( by Mathurā-nātha )
lakṣaṇā-vṛtti-prakaraṇa [ lakSaNAvRttiprakaraNa ]
n. N. of wk.