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mṛ'ṣā [ mRSA ]


ind. in vain, uselessly, to no purpose cf. RV. etc.

wrongly, fabely, feignedly, lyingly cf. AV. etc. ( with √ kṛ, to feign

with √ jñā or man, to consider false or untrue

mṛṣaˆiva tat, that is wrong

varanīyam mṛṣā budhaiḥ, untruthfulness is to be avoided by the wise )

' Untruth ' personified as the wife of A-dharma cf. BhP.




mṛ'ṣā-jñāna [ mRSAjJAna ]

n. false knowledge, ignorance, folly. cf. Kathās



mṛ'ṣā-tva [ mRSAtva ]

n. incorrectness, falsity cf. Śaṃk



mṛ'ṣā-dāna [ mRSAdAna ]

n. ' false gift ', feigned or insincere promise of a gift cf. MBh.



mṛ'ṣā-dṛṣṭi [ mRSAdRSTi ]

mfn. having a false view or opinion cf. BhP.



mṛ'ṣā-dhyānin [ mRSAdhyAnin ]

or m. ' feignedly meditative ', Ardea Nivea ( a species of crane compared to a religious hypocrite ) cf. L.



mṛ'ṣā-dhyāyin [ mRSAdhyAyin ]

m. ' feignedly meditative ', Ardea Nivea ( a species of crane compared to a religious hypocrite ) cf. L.



mṛ'ṣā-nuśāsin [ mRSAnuzAsin ]

( mṛṣân° ), mfn. punishing unjustly cf. MBh.



mṛ'ṣā-bhāṣin [ mRSAbhASin ]

mfn. speaking falsely, a liar cf. Rājat



mṛ'ṣā-rtha [ mRSArtha ]

( mṛṣâr° ), mfn. having a false sense meaning, untrue, absurd, Pracaṇḍ

-ka mfn. id. cf. L.

n. an impassibility, absurdity ( e, g. horn on a rabbit etc. ) cf. W.



mṛ'ṣā-vacana [ mRSAvacana ]

n.



mṛ'ṣā-vāc [ mRSAvAc ]

f. untrue speech, sarcasm, irony cf. Kāv



mṛ'ṣā-vāda [ mRSAvAda ]

m. id. cf. MBh.

lying ( with Buddhists one of the 10 sins ) cf. Dharmas. 56 mfn. = next cf. R.



mṛ'ṣā-vādin [ mRSAvAdin ]

mfn. speaking falsely, a liar cf. R.

m. a false accuser cf. W.



mṛ'ṣā-sākṣin [ mRSAsAkSin ]

mfn. fase witness cf. L.



mṛṣôdya [ mRSodya ]

mfn. speaking untruthfully, a liar cf. L.

to be spoken falsely, uttered untruthfully cf. Śiś.

n. untrue speech, lying, a lie cf. Āpast