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माहा

माहा
 māhā [ mAhA ]


f. a cow cf. L. ( cf. mahā, mahī, māheyī )




माहा
 māhā [ mAhA ]

2 Vṛddhi form of mahā, in comp.



māhā-kula [ mAhAkula ]

and mfn. ( fr. mahā-kula ) nobly born, iv, 1, 114



māhā-kulīna [ mAhAkulIna ]

mfn. ( fr. mahā-kula ) nobly born, iv, 1, 114



māhā-camasya [ mAhAcamasya ]

m. patr. fr. mahā-camasa cf. TUp.



māhā-citti [ mAhAcitti ]

mfn. ( fr. mahā-jana ), g. sutaṃgamâdi



māhā-janika [ mAhAjanika ]

and mfn. ( fr. mahā-jana ) fit for great persons or for merchants cf. Pāṇ. 5-æs, 9 cf. Vārtt. 6 cf. Pat.



māhā-janīna [ mAhAjanIna ]

mfn. ( fr. mahā-jana ) fit for great persons or for merchants cf. Pāṇ. 5-æs, 9 cf. Vārtt. 6 cf. Pat.

g. pratijanâdi



māhā-timika [ mAhAtimika ]

mfn. ( fr. mahâtman ) belonging to an exalted person, majestic, glorious cf. Mn. v, 94



māhā-tmya [ mAhAtmya ]

n. ( fr. mahâtman ) magnanimity, highmindedness cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

exalted state or position, majesty, dignity cf. ib.

the peculiar efficacy or virtue of any divinity or sacred shrine etc. cf. W. ( cf. RTL. 433 )

a work giving an account of the merits of any holy place or object cf. W. ( cf. devī-m° etc. )



māhā-nada [ mAhAnada ]

mf ( ī ) n. ( fr., mahā-nada ) relating to a great river, g. utsâdi



māhā-nasa [ mAhAnasa ]

mf ( ī ) n. ( fr., mahânasa ) relating to a large carriage or to a kitchen cf. ib.



māhā-nāmana [ mAhAnAmana ]

mf ( ī ) n. relating to the Mahā- nāmnī verses cf. AitBr.



māhā-nāmika [ mAhAnAmika ]

or mfn. id.



māhā-nāmnika [ mAhAnAmnika ]

mfn. id.

m. a Brāhmin versed in the Māhā verses cf. Pāṇ. 5-1, 94 cf. Vārtt. 1 and 2 cf. Pat.



māhā-putri [ mAhAputri ]

mfn. ( fr. mahā-putra ), g. sutaṃgamâdi



māhā-prâṇa [ mAhAprANa ]

mfn. ( fr. mahā-pr° ), g. utsâdi



māhā-bhāgya [ mAhAbhAgya ]

n. = mahā-bh° cf. Nir. vii, 4 etc.



māhā-rajaná [ mAhArajana ]

mf ( ī ) n. ( fr. mahā-r° ) dyed with saffron cf. ŚBr.



māhā-rājika [ mAhArAjika ]

mf ( ī ) n. ( fr. mahā-rāja ) attached or devoted to the reigning prince cf. Pāṇ. 4-2, 35



māhā-rājya [ mAhArAjya ]

n. ( fr. id. ) the rank of a reigning prince or sovereign cf. AitBr.



māhā-rāṣṭra [ mAhArASTra ]

mf ( ī ) n. ( fr. mahā-r° ) belonging to the Marāṭhas

( ī ) . f. ( with or scil. bhāṣā ) the Marāṭhas language ( Marāṭhi ) cf. Cāṇ. cf. Mṛcch., Introd.



māhā-vārttika [ mAhAvArttika ]

mf ( ī ) n. ( fr. mahā-v° ) familiar with ( Kātyāyana's ) Varttikas cf. Pāṇ. 4-2, 65 cf. Vārtt



māhā-vratī [ mAhAvratI ]

f. ( fr. mahā-vrata ) the doctrine of the Pāśupatas cf. Prab

°tika mfn. adhering to it

m. a Pāśupata ( v.l. for mahā-vratika )

°tīya w.r. for mahā-vratīya



māhendrá [ mAhendra ]

mf ( ī ) n. ( fr. mahendra ) relating or belonging to great Indra cf. VS. etc. ( °dram dhanus n. the rainbow

°dram ambhas n. rain-water )

eastern, running or flowing eastward cf. VarBṛS. cf. Rājat

m. ( with, or scil. graha, q.v. ) a partic. ladleful cf. ŚBr. cf. KātyŚr.

= śubha-daṇḍa-viśeṣa cf. L.

( in astron. ) N. of the 7th Muhūrta

( with Jainas ) N. of a Kalpa ( q.v. ). cf. Dharmaś

patr. cf. Pravar

pl. N. of a dynasty. cf. VP.

( ī ), f. ( with or scil. diś or āśā ) the east cf. MBh. cf. VarBṛS. cf. Rājat

the Consort or Energy of Indra ( one of the seven divine Mātṛs and one of the Mātṛs of Skanda ) cf. MBh.

a partic. Ishṭi cf. ĀśvŚr.

a large banana cf. L.

a cow cf. L. ( cf. māheyī )

pl. ( scil. ṛcas ) N. of partic. verses in praise of Indra cf. VarBṛS.

n. the asterism Jyeshṭha cf. VarYogay

-ja m. pl. ( with Jainas ) N. of a class of gods

-vāṇī f. N. of a river cf. MBh.



māheśa [ mAheza ]

m. ( fr. mahêśa ) one of the Mānav^aughas ( q.v. ) cf. Cat.

( ī ), f. N. of Durgā cf. Pur.



māheśvara [ mAhezvara ]

mf ( ī ) n. ( fr. mahêśvara ) relating or belonging to the great Iord Śiva cf. MBh. cf. Hariv. cf. Pur.

m. a worshipper of Śiva cf. Hariv. cf. Kathās. cf. Hcar.

( ī ), f. below

-tantra n. N. of a Tantra

-tā f. the worship of Śiva, Śivaism cf. Rājat

-pada n. -pura n. N. of two Tīrthas cf. MBh.

°rôpapurāṇa n. N. of an Upapurāṇa



māheśvarī [ mAhezvarI ]

f. the Consort or Energy of Śiva ( one of the seven divine Mātṛs, also = Durgā ) cf. MBh. ( cf. IW. 522 )

N. of a river cf. Śatr

a species of climbing plant cf. L.

-tantra n. N. of a Tantra