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loká [ loka ]

m. ( connected with roka ; in the oldest texts loka is generally preceded by u, which accord. to the cf. Padap. = the particle 3. u ; but u may be a prefixed vowel and uloká, a collateral dialectic form of loka ; accord. to others u-loka is abridged from uru- or ava-loka ), free or open space, room, place, scope, free motion cf. RV. cf. AV. cf. Br. cf. ĀŚvŚr. ( acc. with √ kṛ or √ or anu-, to make room grant freedom ' ; loke with gen. ' instead of ' )

intermediate space cf. Kauś

a tract, region, district, country, province cf. ŚBr.

the wide space or world ( either ' the universe ' or, any division of it ', esp. ' the sky or heaven ' ; 3 Lokas are commonly enumerated, viz. heaven, earth, and the atmosphere or lower regions ; sometimes only the first two ; but a fuller classification gives 7 worlds, viz. Bhū-loka, the earth ; Bhuvar-loka ' the space between the earth and sun inhabited by Munis, Siddhas etc. ; Svar-loka, Indra's heaven above the sun or between it and the polar star ; Mahar-loka, a region above the polar star and inhabited by Bhṛgo and other saints who survive the destruction of the 3 lower worlds ; Janar-loka, inhabited by Brahmā's son Sanat-kumāra etc. ; Tapar-loka, inhabited by deified Vairāgins ; Satya-loka or Brahma-loka, abode of Brahmā, translation to which exempts from rebirth ; elsewhere these 7 worlds are described as earth, sky, heaven, middle region, place of re-births, mansion of the blest, and abode of truth ; sometimes 14 worlds are mentioned, viz. the 7 above, and 7 lower regions called in the order of their descent below the earthA -tala, Vi-tala, Su-tala, Rasātala, Talātala, Mahā-tala, and Pātāla ; cf. RTL. 102, n. 1 cf. IW. 420, 1 ; 435, 1 ) cf. AV. etc.

N. of the number ' seven ' ( cf. above ) cf. VarBṛS. cf. Sch.

the earth or world of human beings etc. cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc. ( ayáṃ lokáḥ, this world ' ; asaú or páro lokáḥ, that or the other world ' ; loke or iha loke, ' here on earth ', opp. to para-tra, para-loke etc. ; kṛtsne loke, ' on the whole earth ' )

( also pl. ) the inhabitants of the world, mankind, folk, people ( sometimes opp. to ' king ' ) cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.

( pl. ) men ( as opp. to ' women ' ) cf. Vet. cf. Hit.

a company, community ( of ten ifc. to form collectives ) cf. Kāv. cf. Vas. cf. Kathās. etc.

ordinary life, worldly affairs, common practice or usage cf. GṛS. cf. Nir. cf. Mn. etc. ( loke either ' in ordinary life ', ' in worldly matters ' ; or, in common language, in popular speech ', as opp. to vede, chandasi )

the faculty of seeing, sight ( only in cákṣur-l°, q.v. )

lokānāṃ sāmanī du. and lokānāṃ vratāni plṆ. of Sāmans cf. ĀrshBr. [ Cf. Lat. lūsus, originally, a clearing of a forest ' ; Lith. laúkas, a field. ]

loká-kaṇṭaka [ lokakaNTaka ]

m. ' man-thorn ', a wicked man ( who is a ' curse ' to his fellow-men ) cf. Mn. cf. MBh. cf. R.

N. of Rāvaṇa cf. MW.

loká-kathā [ lokakathA ]

f. a popular legend or fable cf. ib.

loká-kartṛ [ lokakartR ]

m. ' world-creator ' ( N. applied to Viṣṇu and Śiva as well as to Brahmā ) cf. MBh. cf. R.

loká-kalpa [ lokakalpa ]

mfn. resembling or appearing like the world, becoming manifested in the form of the world cf. BhP.

regarded by the world, considered by men as ( nom. ) cf. ib.

m. a period or age of the world cf. ib.

loká-kānta [ lokakAnta ]

mfn. world-loved, liked by every one, pleasing to all cf. MBh. cf. R.

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

loká-kāma [ lokakAma ]

mfn. longing for a partic. world cf. MBh.

loká-kāmyā [ lokakAmyA ]

f. love towards, men cf. ib.

loká-kāra [ lokakAra ]

m. creator of the world ( N. of Śiva ), Śiva). cf. Śivag

loká-kāraṇakaraṇa [ lokakAraNakaraNa ]

n. cause of the causes of the world ( N. of Śiva ) cf. MW.

loká-kṛt [ lokakRt ]

( also uloka-k° ), mfn. making or creating free space, setting free cf. RV. cf. AV. cf. TS. etc.

m. the creator of the world cf. MBh. cf. R. cf. MārkP.

loká-kṛtnú [ lokakRtnu ]

mfn. creating space cf. RV. ( prob. uloka-k° )

loká-kṣit [ lokakSit ]

mfn. inhabiting heaven cf. ChUp.

loká-gati [ lokagati ]

f. ' way of the world ', actions of men cf. Hariv. cf. R.

loká-gāthā [ lokagAthA ]

f. a verse or song ( handed down orally ) among men cf. Sarvad

loká-guru [ lokaguru ]

m. a teacher of the world, instructor of the people cf. R. cf. BhP.

loká-câkṣus [ lokacAkSus ]

n. ' eye of the world ', the sun cf. L. ( accord. to some m. )

pl. the eyes of men, Sah

loká-cara [ lokacara ]

mfn. wandering through the world cf. MBh.

loká-cāritra [ lokacAritra ]

n. the way or proceedings of the world cf. R.

loká-cārin [ lokacArin ]

mfn. = -cara, q.v. cf. MBh.

loká-jananī [ lokajananI ]

f. ' mother of the world ', N. of Lakshmī cf. Cat.

loká-jít [ lokajit ]

mfn. winning or conquering any region cf. ŚBr.

winning Heaven ( lokajitáṃ svargám = svarga-loka-jitam ) cf. AV. cf. Mn.

m. conqueror of the world cf. W.

a sage cf. ib.

N. of a Buddha cf. L.

loká-jña [ lokajJa ]

mfn. knowing the world, understanding men

-tā f. knowledge of the world, knowledge of mankind cf. Prasaṅg

loká-jyeṣṭha [ lokajyeSTha ]

m. ' the most distinguished or excellent among men ', N. of Buddha, Buddha

a monk of a partic. order cf. ib.

loká-tattva [ lokatattva ]

n. ' world-truth ', knowledge of the world, knowledge of mankind cf. R.

loká-tantra [ lokatantra ]

n. the system or course of the world cf. MBh. cf. Hariv. cf. Śak. cf. Pur.

loká-tas [ lokatas ]

ind. by men, from people, from people's talk cf. R. cf. Kathās

( ifc. ) on the part of the people of ( jñāti-l° ), on the part of the collective body of relations ) cf. VarBṛS.

as usual or customary in the world cf. ŚāṅkhGṛ.

loká-tā [ lokatA ]

f. ( in tal-lokatā ) the being possessed of one's world cf. BhP. ( cf. MBh. vii, 6519, read gantā sa-lokatām )

loká-tuṣāra [ lokatuSAra ]

m. ' earth's dew ', camphor cf. L.

loká-traya [ lokatraya ]

n. ( cf. MBh. cf. Ragh. ) or ( ī ), f. ( cf. Kuval. ) ' world-triad ', the three world ( heaven, earth and atmosphere, or heaven, earth and lower regions )

loká-dambhaka [ lokadambhaka ]

mfn. deceiving the world, cheating mankind cf. Mn. iv, 195

loká-dūṣaṇa [ lokadUSaNa ]

mfn. damaging mankind cf. R.

loká-dvaya [ lokadvaya ]

n. both world ( heaven and earth ) cf. Kām. cf. Rājat

loká-dvāra [ lokadvAra ]

n. the door or gate of heaven cf. ChUp.

°rīya n. N. of a Sāman cf. KātyŚr. cf. Sch.

loká-dharma [ lokadharma ]

m. a worldly matter cf. Lalit.

worldly condition ( eight with Buddhists ) cf. Dharmas. 61

loká-dhātu [ lokadhAtu ]

mf. a region or part of the world cf. Buddh.

N. of a partic. division of the world cf. ib.

°tv-īśvarī f. N. of Māricī, wife of Vairocana, Tantr

loká-dhātṛ [ lokadhAtR ]

m. creator of the world ( N. of Śiva ) cf. MBh.

( trī ), f. N. of the earth ( ? ) cf. Caṇḍ. ( perhaps for - dhartrī ; next ).

loká-dhāriṇī [ lokadhAriNI ]

f. N. of the earth cf. TĀr.

loká-nātha [ lokanAtha ]

m. ' lord of worlds ', N. of Brahmā cf. Cat. [ 906 , 3 ]

of Viṣṇu-Kṛshṇa cf. MBh. cf. BhP.

of Śiva cf. Kum

of the gods in general cf. BhP.

of the sun cf. Cat.

a protector or guardian of the people, king, sovereign cf. R. cf. BhP. etc.

a Buddha cf. L.

N. of a Buddha cf. Rājat

of Avalokit^evara cf. ib. cf. Inscr.

of various authors cf. Cat.

a panic. mixture cf. Rasêndrac

mfn. being under the guardianship of mankind cf. Kāv

-cakra-vartin m. N. of a Scholiast cf. Cat.

-bhaṭṭa m. N. of an author cf. Cat.

-rasa m. a partic. medicinal preparation cf. Cat.

-śarman m. N. of an author cf. Cat.

loká-nāyaka [ lokanAyaka ]

m. leader of the worlds ( the sun ) cf. Hcat

loká-nindita [ lokanindita ]

mfn. blamed by the world, generally censured cf. Sarvad

loká-netṛ [ lokanetR ]

m. guide of the world ( N. of Śiva ) cf. Śivag

loká-nyāyâmṛta [ lokanyAyAmRta ]

n. N. of wk.

loká-pa [ lokapa ]

m. a world-guardian, world-protector ( 8 in number

lŚ-pāla ) cf. MBh. cf. BhP.

loká-paktí [ lokapakti ]

f. the mental evolution of the world cf. ŚBr.

worldly reward or esteem cf. Jātakam

loká-paṅkti [ lokapaGkti ]

f. w.r. for prec., Saṃkhyak. cf. Sch.

loká-pati [ lokapati ]

m. ' lord of the world ', N. of Brahmā cf. VarBṛS.

of Viṣṇu cf. BhP.

a lord or ruler of people, king, sovereign cf. R. cf. BhP.

loká-patha [ lokapatha ]

m. way of the world, general or usual way or manner cf. MBh.

loká-paddhati [ lokapaddhati ]

f. general or universal way cf. Sarvad

loká-paro'kṣa [ lokaparokSa ]

mfn. hidden from the world cf. MBh.

loká-pārya [ lokapArya ]

m. N. of a man cf. Inscr.

loká-pālá [ lokapAla ]

m. a world-protector, guardian of the world, regent of a quarter of the world ( the Loka-pālas are sometimes regarded as the guardian deities of different orders of beings, but more commonly of the four cardinal and four intermediate points of the world, viz. accord. to cf. Mn. v, 96, 1. Indra, of the East

2. Agni, of South-east

3. Yama, of South

4. Sūrya, of South-west

5. Varuṇa, of West

6. Pavana or Vāyu, of North-west

7. Kubera, of North

8. Soma or Candra of North-east

others substitute Nir-ṛti for 4 and Iśāni or Pṛthivī for 8

according to cf. Dharmas. the Buddhists enumerate 4 or 8 or 10 or 14 Loka- pālas ) cf. ŚBr. etc.

a protector or ruler of the people, king, prince cf. Ragh. cf. Rājat

N. of various kings cf. Bhadrab. cf. Col.

of Avalokitśvara cf. MWB. 198

protection of the people ( ? ) cf. R.

-tā f. ( cf. MārkP. ) or -tva n. ( cf. Hariv. cf. R. ) the being a guardian of the world

°lâṣṭaka-dāna n. N. of wk.

loká-pālaka [ lokapAlaka ]

m. a world-protector cf. BhP.

a king, sovereign cf. ib.

loká-pālinī [ lokapAlinI ]

f. ' world-protectress ', N. of Durgā cf. Kautukar

loká-pitāmaha [ lokapitAmaha ]

m. ' progenitor of the world, great forefather of mankind ', N. of Brahmā cf. R. cf. BhP.

loká-puṇya [ lokapuNya ]

N. of a place cf. Rājat

loká-puruṣa [ lokapuruSa ]

m. world-man ', the World personified cf. L.

loká-pūjita [ lokapUjita ]

mfn. honoured by the world, universally worshipped cf. L.

m. N. of a man cf. Lalit.

loká-prákāśa [ lokaprakAza ]

m. N. of wk.

loká-prákāśaka [ lokaprakAzaka ]

n. N. of wk.

loká-prakāśana [ lokaprakAzana ]

m. ' world-illuminator ', the sun cf. L.

loká-pratyaya [ lokapratyaya ]

m. world-currency, universal prevalence ( of a custom etc. ), Kātyśr

loká-pradīpa [ lokapradIpa ]

m. ' light of the world ', N. of a Buddha cf. Buddh.

°pânvaya-candrikā-nidāna n. N. of wk.

loká-pravāda [ lokapravAda ]

m. popular talk, common saying, commonly used expression cf. R. cf. Hit.

loká-pravāhin [ lokapravAhin ]

mfn. flowing through the world cf. MBh.

loká-prasiddha [ lokaprasiddha ]

mfn. celebrated in the world, generally established, universally known cf. Kām

loká-prasiddhi [ lokaprasiddhi ]

f. universal establishment or reception ( of any custom etc. ), general prevalence ( °dhyā ind. according to prevalent usage ) cf. VarBṛS.

loká-bandhu [ lokabandhu ]

m. ' universal friend, friend of all ', N. of Śiva cf. Śivag

of the sun cf. L.

loká-bāndhava [ lokabAndhava ]

m. ' friend of all ', N. of the sun cf. Cat.

loká-bāhya [ lokabAhya ]

mfn. excluded from the world, excluded from society , excommunicated cf. L.

differing from the world, singular, eccentric cf. MW.

m. an outcast cf. ib.

loká-bindusāra [ lokabindusAra ]

n. N. of the last of the 14 Pūrvas or most ancient Jaina writings cf. L.

loká-bhartṛ [ lokabhartR ]

m. supporter of the people cf. R.

loká-bhā'j [ lokabhAj ]

mfn. occupying space cf. ŚBr.

loká-bhāvana [ lokabhAvana ]

( cf. MBh. cf. Hariv. cf. BhP. ) or ( cf. R. ), mfn. promoting the welfare of the world or of men

loká-bhāvin [ lokabhAvin ]

( cf. R. ), mfn. promoting the welfare of the world or of men

world-creating cf. MW.

loká-bhās-kara [ lokabhAskara ]

m. N. of wk.

loká-manoramā [ lokamanoramA ]

f. N. of wk.

loká-máya [ lokamaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. containing space or room, spacious cf. ŚBr.

containing the worlds or the universe cf. Hariv. cf. BhP.

loká-maryādā [ lokamaryAdA ]

f. ' bounds of the w' ', popular observance, established usage or custom, Śaṃikar

loká-mahā-devī [ lokamahAdevI ]

f. N. of a princess cf. Inscr.

loká-mahêśvara [ lokamahezvara ]

m. N. of Kṛshṇa cf. Bhag.

loká-mātṛ [ lokamAtR ]

f. the mother of the world cf. Sāh. cf. BhP.

N. of Lakshmi cf. BhP.

of Gauri cf. Kāv

loká-mātṛkā [ lokamAtRkA ]

f. ( pl. ) the mother of the world cf. Hcat

loká-mārga [ lokamArga ]

m. general or universal way, prevalent custom cf. Pañcat

loká-m-pṛṇa [ lokampRNa ]

mfn. filling the world, penetrating everywhere cf. Bhām.

( ā' ), f. ( scil. iṣṭakā ), N. of the bricks used for building the sacrificial altar ( set up with the formula lokám pṛna etc., those which have a peculiar formula being called yajuṣ-matī, q.v. ) cf. ŚBr. cf. TS. cf. ĀpŚr. cf. Jaim.

( scil. ṛc ), N. of the formula lokám pṛṇa etc. cf. ŚBr. cf. TS. cf. KātyŚr.

loká-yātrā [ lokayAtrA ]

f. the business and traffic of men, worldly affairs , conduct of men, ordinary actions cf. Mn. cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

worldly existence, career in life cf. Mālav

support of life cf. Hit.

loká-yātrika [ lokayAtrika ]

mfn. relating to the business or traffic of the world cf. MW. ( said to be also employed to explain the word devayu cf. L. )

loká-rakṣa [ lokarakSa ]

m. protector of the people ', a king, sovereign ( °kṣâdhirāja m. a king supreme over all rulers ) cf. R.

loká-rañjana [ lokaraJjana ]

n. pleasing the world, satisfying men, gaining public confidence cf. Yājñ. cf. Comm.

loká-rava [ lokarava ]

m. the talk of the world, popular report cf. MBh.

loká-lekha [ lokalekha ]

m. an ordinary letter cf. Cat.

loká-locana [ lokalocana ]

n. ( accord. to some m. ), ' eye of the world ', the sun cf. Vās. cf. BhP.

pl. the eyes of men cf. Kathās

°nâpāta m. the glancing of men's eyes, i.e. the prying eyes of men cf. ib.

loká-vacana [ lokavacana ]

n. people's talk public rumour cf. Pañcat. -1

loká-vat [ lokavat ]

mfn. containing the worlds cf. MaitrUp. - 2

loká-vat [ lokavat ]

ind. as in the ordinary life cf. Jaim. cf. TPrāt. cf. Comm.

loká-vartana [ lokavartana ]

n. the means by which the world subsists cf. Kathās

loká-vāda [ lokavAda ]

m. the talk of the world, public rumour cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

loká-vādhin [ lokavAdhin ]

mfn. occupying space, cf. Śulbas

loká-vārttā [ lokavArttA ]

f. the world's news, popular report or rumour cf. Cat.

loká-vikruṣṭa [ lokavikruSTa ]

mfn. abused by the world, universally blamed or contemned cf. Mn.

loká-vijñāta [ lokavijJAta ]

mfn. universally known cf. Pat.

loká-vid [ lokavid ]

mfn. possessing or affording space or freedom cf. MaitrS.

knowing the world cf. MBh.

knowledge or understanding the world ( N. of a Buddha ) cf. Buddh.

loká-vidviṣṭa [ lokavidviSTa ]

mfn. hated by men, universally hate, l cf. Mn. cf. Yājñ. cf. R.

loká-vidhi [ lokavidhi ]

m. the creator of the world, disposer of the universe cf. MBh.

order or mode of proceeding prevalent in the world cf. BhP.

loká-vināyaka [ lokavinAyaka ]

m. pl. a partic. class of deities presiding over diseases cf. VahniP.

loká-vindu [ lokavindu ]

mfn. possessing or creating or affording space or freedom cf. TāṇḍyaBr.

loká-viruddha [ lokaviruddha ]

mfn. opposed to public opinion, notoriously at variance cf. Vām

loká-virodha [ lokavirodha ]

mfn. opposed to the people's opinion cf. R.

loká-viśruta [ lokavizruta ]

mfn. universally celebrated, famous cf. Mn. cf. R.

loká-viśruti [ lokavizruti ]

f. worldwide fame, notoriety cf. W.

unfounded rumour or report cf. ib.

loká-visarga [ lokavisarga ]

m. the end of the world cf. MBh.

the creation of the world cf. BhP.

loká-visargika [ lokavisargika ]

mf ( ī ) n. bringing about or leading to the creation of the world cf. MBh.

loká-visargin [ lokavisargin ]

mfn. creating the world cf. ib.

loká-vistāra [ lokavistAra ]

m. universal spreading, general extension or diffusion cf. Kull. on cf. Mn. vii, 33 ( v.l. loke v° )

loká-vīra [ lokavIra ]

m. pl. the world's heroes cf. BhP.

loká-vṛtta [ lokavRtta ]

n. a universal custom cf. Mn. cf. Śak

the conduct of the common people or of the public cf. MBh.

worldly intercourse, idle conversation cf. W.

loká-vṛttânta [ lokavRttAnta ]

m. the events or occurrences of the world, course or proceedings of the world cf. R. cf. Śak

loká-vyavahāra [ lokavyavahAra ]

m. id. cf. Kull. on cf. Mn. ix, 27

usual or commonly current designation cf. Pāṇ. 1-2, 53 cf. Sch.

loká-vrata [ lokavrata ]

n. general practice or way of proceeding, general mode of life cf. BhP.

N. of several Sāmans cf. ĀrshBr.

loká-śabda [ lokazabda ]

m. the noise of the world, bustle of the day cf. Dhūrtan

loká-śruti [ lokazruti ]

f. world-wide fame, universal notoriety cf. R.

a popular report cf. A.

loká-śreṣṭha [ lokazreSTha ]

mfn. best in the world cf. Mālatīm

loká-saṃvṛtti [ lokasaMvRtti ]

f. right conduct ( in the world ) cf. Divyâv

loká-saṃvyavahāra [ lokasaMvyavahAra ]

m. commerce or intercourse with the world, worldly business cf. Mn. cf. MārkP.

-nāmakâṅka m. N. of wk.

loká-saṃsṛti [ lokasaMsRti ]

f. passage through worlds, course through the world, events of the world or life cf. BhP.

loká-saṃ-skṛta [ lokasaMskRta ]

( ? ), N. of wk.

loká-saṃkara [ lokasaMkara ]

m. confusion of mankind or among men cf. R.

loká-saṃkṣaya [ lokasaMkSaya ]

m. the destruction of the world cf. MBh.

loká-saṃgraha [ lokasaMgraha ]

m. experience gained from intercourse with men cf. Cat.

the propitiation or conciliation of men cf. Bhag. cf. R. ( v.l. ) cf. BhP.

the whole of the universe, aggregate of worlds cf. VP.

the welfare of the world cf. MW.

N. of wk.

loká-saṃgrāhin [ lokasaMgrAhin ]

mfn. propitiating men cf. Kām

loká-sáni [ lokasani ]

mfn. causing room or space, effecting a free course cf. VS. cf. Vait

loká-sampanna [ lokasampanna ]

mfn. experienced in the world, possessed of worldly wisdom cf. MBh.

loká-sākṣika [ lokasAkSika ]

mfn. having the world as a witness, attested by the world or by others cf. MBh.

( am ), ind. before or in the presence of witnesses cf. ib. cf. R.

loká-sākṣin [ lokasAkSin ]

m. witness of the world, universal witness ( said of Brahman, of Fire etc. ) cf. R. cf. Cat.

mfn. = -sākṣika above cf. Hariv.

loká-sāgara [ lokasAgara ]

m. N. of wk.

loká-sāt [ lokasAt ]

ind. for the general good, for the sake of the public

-kṛta mfn. made or done for the general good, made common property cf. Kathās

loká-sādhaka [ lokasAdhaka ]

mfn. creating worlds cf. Cat.

loká-sâdhāraṇa [ lokasAdhAraNa ]

mfn. common ( as a topic. ) cf. Daś

loká-sāman [ lokasAman ]

n. N. of a Sāman cf. Lāṭy

loká-sāraṅga [ lokasAraGga ]

m. N. of Viṣṇu cf. MBh.

loká-siddha [ lokasiddha ]

mfn. world-established, current among the people, usual, common cf. Sarvad.

universally admitted, generally received cf. MW.

loká-sīmâtivartin [ lokasImAtivartin ]

mfn. passing beyond ordinary limits, extraordinary, supernatural cf. Sāh

loká-sundara [ lokasundara ]

mf ( ī ) n. thought beautiful by all, generally admired cf. R.

m. N. of a Buddha cf. Lalit.

loká-sthala [ lokasthala ]

n. an incident of ordinary life, common or ordinary occurrence cf. L.

loká-sthiti [ lokasthiti ]

f. duration or existence of the world cf. Kāv

a universal law, generally established rule cf. Śaṃk. on cf. BṛĀrUp.

loká-spṛ't [ lokaspRt ]

mfn. = -sáni above cf. TS.

loká-smṛt [ lokasmRt ]

mfn. v.l. for prec. ( accord. to cf. Comm. = pṛthivī-lokasya-smartā ) cf. MaitrUp.

loká-hāsya [ lokahAsya ]

mfn. world-derided, universally ridiculous, any object of general ridicule

-tā f. state of being so cf. Kathās

loká-hita [ lokahita ]

mfn. beneficial to the world or to mankind, cf. A.

n. the welfare of the world cf. Śak. cf. BhP.

lokâkāśa [ lokAkAza ]

m. space, sky cf. Sarvad

( accord. to the Jainas ) a worldly region, the abode of unliberated beings cf. MW.

lokâkṣi [ lokAkSi ]

( cf. VP. ) or ( cf. Cat. ), m. ' eye of the world ', N. of a preceptor

lokâkṣin [ lokAkSin ]

( cf. Cat. ), m. ' eye of the world ', N. of a preceptor

lokâcāra [ lokAcAra ]

m. usage or practice of the world, common practice, general or popular custom cf. Pañcat

lokâcārya [ lokAcArya ]

m. N. of an author cf. Cat.

-siddhânta m. N. of wk.

lokâtiga [ lokAtiga ]

( cf. Sāh. ) or ( cf. ib. ) or ( cf. ib. ) or ( cf. Kād. ), mfn. = loka-sīmâtivartin above

lokâtiśaya [ lokAtizaya ]

( cf. ib. ) or ( cf. Kād. ), mfn. = loka-sīmâtivartin above

lokâtita [ lokAtita ]

( cf. Kād. ), mfn. = loka-sīmâtivartin above

lokâtman [ lokAtman ]

m. the soul of the universe cf. R.

lokâdi [ lokAdi ]

m. the beginning. of the world, i.e. the creator of the world cf. MBh.

lokâdhāra [ lokAdhAra ]

mf ( ā ) n. depending on the people or on the support of the people cf. Pañcat. cf. Kām

lokâdhika [ lokAdhika ]

mfn. extraordinary, uncommon cf. Kir. cf. Bhām.

lokâdhipa [ lokAdhipa ]

m. a ruler of the world, a god. cf. Buddh.

a king cf. A.

lokâdhipati [ lokAdhipati ]

m. the ruler or lord of the world cf. Up.

°teya n. conduct suited to public opinion cf. Jātakam

lokânanda [ lokAnanda ]

m. N. of an author cf. Cat.

lokânukampaka [ lokAnukampaka ]

mfn. pitying the world cf. Lalit.

lokânugraha [ lokAnugraha ]

m. the welfare of the world, prosperity of mankind cf. Kāv

-pravṛtta m. N. of Gautama Buddha cf. Divyâv

lokânurāga [ lokAnurAga ]

m. the love of mankind, universal love or benevolence cf. Sāh

lokânuvṛtta [ lokAnuvRtta ]

n. obedience of the people cf. Kāv

lokânuvṛtti [ lokAnuvRtti ]

f. accommodating one's self to other, dependence on others cf. Siś

lokântara [ lokAntara ]

n. another world, the next world, a future life ( °raṃgam or √ , to go into the next world, die ) cf. Kāv. cf. BhP., etc.

-gata ( cf. Rājat. ), -prâpta ( cf. W. ), or -stha ( cf. Mṛcch. ), mfn. gone to another world, deceased, dead

lokântarika [ lokAntarika ]

mf ( ā ) n. dwelling or situated between the worlds cf. Buddh.

lokântarita [ lokAntarita ]

mfn. deceased, dead cf. Kād

lokântâdri [ lokAntAdri ]

m. the range of mountains forming a border round the world ( = lokâloka below, cf. cakra-vāla ) cf. L.

lokâpavāda [ lokApavAda ]

m. the reproach or censure of the world, general evil report, public scandal cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

lokâbhidhāna [ lokAbhidhAna ]

n. N. of wk.

lokâbhibhāvin [ lokAbhibhAvin ]

mfn. overcoming the world cf. MW.

overspreading or pervading the world ( said of light ) cf. ib.

lokâbhilaṣita [ lokAbhilaSita ]

mfn. world-desired, universally coveted, generally liked

m. N. of Buddha cf. Lalit. ( w.r. °lāṣita )

lokâbhilāṣita [ lokAbhilASita ]

( w.r. for prec. ) or m. N. of a Buddha cf. Buddh.

lokâbhilāṣin [ lokAbhilASin ]

m. N. of a Buddha cf. Buddh.

lokâbhyudaya [ lokAbhyudaya ]

m. the prosperity of the world, general welfare cf. Ragh

lokâyata [ lokAyata ]

mfn. ' world-extended ( ? ) ', materialistic

m. a materialist cf. Buddh. cf. Nīlak. cf. Āryav. ( °tī-√ kṛ P. -karoti, to consider as materialistic )

n. ( scil. śāstra or mata or tantra ), materialism, the system of atheistical philosophy ( taught by Cārvāka ) cf. Prab. cf. Sarvad. etc.

lokâyatana [ lokAyatana ]

( l ), m. a materialist cf. Col.

lokâyatika [ lokAyatika ]

m. id. cf. Saṃk. on cf. BṛĀrUp. and cf. PraśnUp. etc.

( perhaps ) a man experienced in the ways of the world cf. MBh. cf. Hariv.

-pakṣa-nirāsa m. N. of wk.

lokâyana [ lokAyana ]

m. ' refuge of the world ', N. of Nārāyaṇa cf. Hariv.

lekârya-pañcāśat [ lekAryapaJcAzat ]

f. N. of a Stotra

lokâloka [ lokAloka ]

n. sg. or m. du. ( also m. sg. ? ) the world and that which is not the world, i.e. world and nonworld cf. MBh. cf. Pur.

m. N. of a mythical belt or circle of mountains surrounding the outermost of the seven seas and dividing the visible world from the region of darkness ( as the sun is within this wall of mountains they are light on one side and dark on the other ; cf. IW. 420 ; cakra-vāla ). cf. Sūryas. cf. Ragh. cf. Pur. etc.

lokâlokin [ lokAlokin ]

mfn. looking through the worlds cf. Śiś.

lokavêkṣaṇa [ lokavekSaNa ]

n. consideration for the world, anxiety or care for the welfare of the public cf. Rājat

lokêśa [ lokeza ]

m. lord of the world cf. KaushUp. cf. Mn. cf. R. etc.

N. of Brahmā cf. L.

of a Buddha cf. Buddh. cf. W.

quicksilver cf. L.

-kara m. N. of a commentator cf. Cat.

-prabhavâpyaya mfn. having both origin and end subject to the lords of the world cf. MW.

lokêśvará [ lokezvara ]

m. the lord of the world cf. ŚBr. cf. MBh. cf. R.

N. of a Bnddha ( also °ra-rāja ) cf. W. cf. Buddh.

of Avalokit^eśvara cf. Inscr.

-śataka n. N. of a poem

°râtmajā f. ' Lok^eśvara's daughter ', N. of a Buddhist goddess cf. L.

lokêṣṭakā [ lokeSTakA ]

f. N. of partic. bricks cf. ĀpŚr. ( cf. logêṣṭakā' )

lokêṣṭi [ lokeSTi ]

f. N. of a partic. Ishṭi cf. ĀśvŚr.

lokaˆika-bandhu [ lokaikabandhu ]

m. ' the only friend of the world ', N. of Gotama and of Śākya-muni cf. W.

lokaˆiṣaṇā' [ lokaiSaNA ]

f. desire or longing after heaven cf. ŚBr. cf. NṛsUp. etc.

lokôkta-muktâvalī [ lokoktamuktAvalI ]

f. N. of wk.

lokôkti [ lokokti ]

f. people's talk cf. Pañcad

a general or common saying. any saying commonly current among men , proverb cf. Pañcat

lokôttara [ lokottara ]

mf ( ā ) n. excelling or surpassing the world, beyond what is common or general, unusual, extraordinary cf. Kathās. cf. Rājat. etc.

( ibc. ), ind. cf. HPariś

m. an uncommon person cf. Uttarar

m. orn. ( ? ) N. of wk.

-parivarta m. N. of wk.

-vādin m. pl. N. of a Buddhist school ( prob. so called from their pretending to be superior to or above the rest of the world ) cf. Buddh.

lokôddhāra [ lokoddhAra ]

n. N. of a Tīrtha cf. MBh.

lokôpakāra [ lokopakAra ]

m. a public advantage cf. Pañcad

°rin mfn. useful to the public cf. ib.