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मानुष

मानुष
 mā'nuṣa [ mAnuSa ]


or mānuṣá mf ( ī ) n. ( fr. manus ) belonging to mankind, human cf. RV. etc.

favourable or propitious to men, humane cf. RV. cf. AV.

m. ( ifc. f. ā ) a man, human being ( pl. the races of men, 5 in number ) cf. RV. etc.

N. of the signs of the zodiac Gemini, Virgo, and Libra cf. VarBṛS.

( ī ), f. a woman cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

( scil. cikitsā ), human medicine ', a branch of medicine, the administering of drugs ( opp. to āsurī and daivīcik° ) cf. W.

n. the condition or manner or action of men, humanity, manhood cf. RV. etc.

N. of a place cf. Cat.




mā'nuṣa-tā [ mAnuSatA ]

f. the state or condition or nature of man, manhood , manliness, humanity cf. MBh. cf. R. cf. Pur.



mā'nuṣa-tva [ mAnuSatva ]

n. the state or condition or nature of man, manhood , manliness, humanity cf. MBh. cf. R. cf. Pur.



mā'nuṣa-daivika [ mAnuSadaivika ]

mfn. human and divine cf. Mn. i, 65



mā'nuṣa-pradhana [ mAnuSapradhana ]

( mā'n° ), mfn. fighting for men cf. RV.



mā'nuṣa-māṃsâda [ mAnuSamAMsAda ]

mfn. eating man's flesh cf. MBh.



mā'nuṣa-rākṣasa [ mAnuSarAkSasa ]

m. a fiend in human form cf. Bhartṛ

( ī ), f. a she-demon in human form cf. Kathās



mā'nuṣa-laukika [ mAnuSalaukika ]

mfn. belonging to the world of men, human cf. MBh.



mā'nuṣa-sambhava [ mAnuSasambhava ]

mfn. coming from or produced by men cf. MW.



mānuṣâda [ mAnuSAda ]

m. a man-eater

-tva n. cannibalism cf. Kād



mānuṣôpêta [ mAnuSopeta ]

mfn. joined with human effort cf. MBh.