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locana [ locana ]


mfn. illuminating, brightening cf. BhP.

m. N. of an author cf. Cat.

( ā or ī ), f. N. of a Buddhist goddess cf. Dharmas. 4

( ī ), f. a species of plant cf. L.

n. ( ifc. f. ā ), organ of sight ', the eye cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

N. of wk.




locana-kāra [ locanakAra ]

m. N. of an author cf. Cat.



locana-gocara [ locanagocara ]

m. the range or horizon of the eye

mf ( ā ) n. being within the range of vision, visible cf. Bhartṛ



locana-traya-patha [ locanatrayapatha ]

m. the range of the three eyes ( of Śiva ) cf. Ratnâv



locana-patha [ locanapatha ]

m. = -gocara cf. Amar.



locana-paruṣa [ locanaparuSa ]

mfn. looking fiercely cf. Daś



locana-pāta [ locanapAta ]

v.l. for locanâpāta, q.v.



locana-maya [ locanamaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. consisting of eyes cf. Kād



locana-mārga [ locanamArga ]

m. = gocara cf. MW.



locana-hita [ locanahita ]

mfn. useful for the eyes

( ā ), f. a kind of medicinal preparation cf. L.

Dolichos Uinflorus cf. L.



locanâñcala [ locanAJcala ]

m. ( ifc. f. ā ) a corner of the eye cf. Bhartṛ



locanânanda [ locanAnanda ]

m. delight of the eye cf. Kathās



locanâpāta [ locanApAta ]

m. ' eye-fall ', a glance cf. Kathās



locanâmaya [ locanAmaya ]

m. eye-disease cf. L.



locanôḍḍāraka [ locanoDDAraka ]

m. or n. ( ? ) N. of a village cf. Rājat



locanôtsa [ locanotsa ]

m. or n. ( ? ) N. of a place cf. ib.