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मल
 mála [ mala ]


n. ( in later language also m. prob. fr. √ mlai ) dirt, filth, dust, impurity ( physical and moral ) cf. AV. etc.

( in med. ) any bodily excretion or secretion ( esp. those of the Dhātus, q.v., described as phlegm from chyle, bile from the blood, nose mucus and ear wax from the flesh, perspiration from the fat, nails and hair from the bones, rheum of the eye from the brain

cf. also the 12 impurities of the body enumerated in cf. Mn. v, 135 ) cf. Suśr. cf. Vāgbh. etc.

( with Śaivas ), original sin, natural impurity cf. Sarvad

camphor cf. L.

Os Sepiae cf. L.

m. the son of a Śūdra and a Mālukī cf. L.

( ā ), f. Flacourtia Cataphracta cf. L.

n. tanned leather, a leathern or dirty garment ( ? ) cf. RV. x, 136, 2

a kind of brass or bell-metal cf. L.

the tip of a scorpion's tail cf. L. ( v.l. ala )

mfn. dirty, niggardly cf. L.

unbelieving, godless cf. L. [ Cf. Gk. ? ; Lat. m˘alus ; Lith. mólis, mélynas. ]




mála-karṣaṇa [ malakarSaNa ]

mfn. removing dirt cf. Cat.



mála-kūṭa [ malakUTa ]

m. or n. ( ? ) N. of a country cf. Buddh. ( cf. mālā-kuṭa )



mála-koṣṭhaka [ malakoSThaka ]

m. N. of a man cf. Rājat. ( w.r. - koṣṭaka ; malla-koṣṭaka ).



mála-gá [ malaga ]

m. ( perhaps ) a fuller, washerman cf. AV.



mála-grahi [ malagrahi ]

mfn. cf. Vop. xxvi, 48



mála-ghna [ malaghna ]

mfn. removing dirt, cleansing cf. L.

m. the root of Salmalia Malabarica cf. L. ( cf. -hantṛ )

( ī ), f. Artemisia Vulgaris or Alpinia Nutans cf. L.



mála-ja [ malaja ]

mfn. arising from filth or dirt cf. L.

m. pl. N. of a people cf. MBh. ( cf. VP. ) cf. R. ( cf. malaka, malada, malaya )

n. purulent matter, pus cf. L.



mála-jñu [ malajJu ]

mfn. having dirty knees cf. MānGṛ.



mála-tva [ malatva ]

n. dirtiness, filthiness cf. Ragh



mála-dāyaka [ maladAyaka ]

mfn. casting a blemish upon any one cf. Kād



mála-digdhâṅga [ maladigdhAGga ]

mfn. having the limbs defiled with dirt, having the body soiled with dust cf. MBh.



mála-dūṣita [ maladUSita ]

mfn. soiled with dirt, filthy cf. L.



mála-drava [ maladrava ]

m. the impure fluid which becomes separated from the chyle and produces urine cf. ŚārṅgS.



mála-drāvin [ maladrAvin ]

mfn. dissolving impurity cf. L.

n. the seed of Croton Tiglium cf. L.



mála-dhātrī [ maladhAtrI ]

f. a nurse who attends to a child's bodily necessities cf. Buddh.



mála-dhārin [ maladhArin ]

m. a Jaina monk cf. L.



mála-paṅka [ malapaGka ]

m. or n. ( ? ) dirt cf. MBh.



mála-paṅkin [ malapaGkin ]

mfn. covered with dust and mire cf. MBh. cf. MārkP.



mála-pū [ malapU ]

f. Ficus Oppositifolia cf. Suśr. cf. Bhpr. cf. Car.

= kṣīra and vidārī cf. L.

( prob. u ), n. = śṛṅgī and nala cf. L.



mála-pṛṣṭha [ malapRSTha ]

n. ' dust-page ', the outer or first page of a book ( left unwritten because liable to be dirtied ) cf. MW.



mála-bhuj [ malabhuj ]

mfn. feeding on impurity cf. L.

m. a crow cf. L.



mála-bhedinī [ malabhedinI ]

f. ( prob. ) Helleborus Niger cf. L.



mála-mallaka [ malamallaka ]

n. a piece of cloth passing between the legs and covering the privities ( = kaupīna ) cf. Daś

-śeṣa mfn. having nothing left but a small piece of cloth to cover the passing cf. MW.



mála-māsa [ malamAsa ]

m. an intercalary month, an intercalated 13th month ( in which no religious ceremonies should be performed ) cf. Cat. etc.

-kathā f. -tattva n. -nirūpaṇa n. -nirṇaya m. ( and °ya-tantra-sāra, m. ), -pūjā f. -māhātmya n. -vicāra m. N. of wks.

-vrata n. N. of a partic. ceremony cf. Cat.

of a ch. of the cf. BhavP.

-sāriṇī, f. N. of wk.

°sâgha-marṣaṇī f. N. of wk.



mála-mūtra-parityāga [ malamUtraparityAga ]

m. evacuation of feces and urine cf. Subh



mála-rodha [ malarodha ]

m. or constipation of the bowels cf. L.



mála-rodhana [ malarodhana ]

n. constipation of the bowels cf. L.



mála-vat [ malavat ]

mfn. dirty, filthy cf. Mn.

( mála-vad ) -vāsas mfn. wearing dirty or impure clothes cf. MW.

f. a menstruous woman cf. TS. cf. GṛS. etc. ( cf. malôdvāsas )



mála-vānara [ malavAnara ]

m. pl. N. of a people cf. VP.



mála-vārin [ malavArin ]

m. a Jaina beggar cf. L. ( w.r. for - dhārin ? )



mála-vāhin [ malavAhin ]

mfn. carrying filth or soil, bearing or containing dirt cf. Hit.



mála-vināśinī [ malavinAzinI ]

f. ' dirt-destroyer ', Andropogon Aciculatus cf. L.



mála-viśodhana [ malavizodhana ]

mfn. cleansing away filth cf. R.



mála-viṣṭambha [ malaviSTambha ]

m. constipation ( of the feces ) cf. L.



mála-visarga [ malavisarga ]

m. ( cf. MW. ) or ( cf. W. ) the act of removing dirt, cleansing ( of a temple )



mála-visarjana [ malavisarjana ]

n. ( cf. W. ) the act of removing dirt, cleansing ( of a temple )

evacuation of feces



mála-vega [ malavega ]

m. diarrhoea cf. L.



mála-vaiśamya [ malavaizamya ]

n. a kind of dysentery cf. Gal. ( correctly -vaiśadya )



mála-śuddhi [ malazuddhi ]

f. clearing away of feculent matter, evacuation of the bowels cf. MW.



mála-sruti [ malasruti ]

f. evacuation of the feces cf. L.



mála-hantṛ [ malahantR ]

m. the bulbous root of the Salmalia Malabarica cf. L. ( cf. -ghna )



mála-hā [ malahA ]

f. N. of a daughter of Raudrāśva cf. Hariv.



mála-hāraka [ malahAraka ]

mfn. taking away impurity, removing sin cf. MW.

a person who knows how to please an elephant cf. L.



malâkarṣin [ malAkarSin ]

m. ' dirt-remover ', a sweeper, scavenger cf. L.



malâpakarṣaṇa [ malApakarSaNa ]

n. the act of removing dirt or impurity, removal of sin cf. L.



malâpahā [ malApahA ]

f. a partic. preparation cf. L.

N. of a river cf. L.



malâbha [ malAbha ]

mfn. dirty-looking cf. ŚārṅgS.



malâyana [ malAyana ]

n. the path of the excretions, i.e. the rectum cf. Car.



malâri [ malAri ]

m. ' dirt-enemy ', a kind of natron cf. L.



malâvarodha [ malAvarodha ]

m. obstruction of the feces cf. MW.



malâvaha [ malAvaha ]

mfn. bringing or causing defilement cf. Mn. xi, 70



malâśaya [ malAzaya ]

m. ' receptacle of feculent matter ', the bowels cf. ŚārṅgS.



malôtsarga [ malotsarga ]

m. evacuation of the feces cf. Siṉhâs



malôdvāsás [ malodvAsas ]

f. a woman who has put off her soiled clothes ( after her impurity ) cf. ŚBr.



malôpahata [ malopahata ]

mfn. soiled, dirty cf. Śiś.