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मलय

मलय
 malaya [ malaya ]


m. ( cf. Uṇ. iv, 99 ) N. of a mountain range on the west of Malabar, the western Ghāts ( abounding in sandal trees ) cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

of the country Malabar and ( pl. ) its inhabitants cf. ib.

of another country ( = śailâṃśa-deśaḥ, or śailâṅgo d° ) cf. L.

of an Upa-dvīpa cf. L.

of a son of Garuḍa cf. MBh. ( B. mālaya )

of a son of Ṛshabha cf. BhP.

of a poet cf. Cat.

a celestial grove ( = nandana-vana ) cf. L.

a garden cf. L.

( in music ) a kind of measure cf. Saṃgīt

( ā ), f. Ipomoea Turpethum cf. L.

N. of a woman cf. Vās., Introd.




malaya-ketu [ malayaketu ]

m. N. of various princes cf. Vcar. cf. Mudr



malaya-gandhinī [ malayagandhinI ]

f. N. of a Vidyā-dharī cf. Cat.

of a companion of Umā cf. L.



malaya-giri [ malayagiri ]

m. the Malaya mountains cf. Daś

another mountain cf. Buddh.

N. of an author cf. Cat.



malaya-ja [ malayaja ]

mfn. growing on the Malaya mountains

m. a sandal tree cf. MBh.

N. of a poet cf. Cat.

n. sandal cf. Kāv. cf. Suśr.

N. of Rāhu cf. L.

-rajas n. the dust of sandal cf. Bhartṛ

-rasa n. sandal water cf. Vām

-jâlepa m. sandal unguent cf. Śukas



malaya-deśa [ malayadeza ]

m. the country of Malaya cf. L.



malaya-druma [ malayadruma ]

m. Malaya tree, a sandal tree cf. Ragh



malaya-dvīpa [ malayadvIpa ]

n. N. of one of the 6 islands of Anudvīpa cf. L.



malaya-dhvaja [ malayadhvaja ]

m. N. of a king of the Pāṇḍyas cf. MBh. cf. BhP.

of a son of Meru-dhvaja cf. Kathās

-narapati m. a king of Malaya cf. Mudr



malaya-parvata [ malayaparvata ]

m. the Malaya mountain cf. Kathās



malaya-pura [ malayapura ]

n. N. of a town cf. ib.



malaya-prabha [ malayaprabha ]

m. N. of a king cf. ib.



malaya-bhū-bhṛt [ malayabhUbhRt ]

m. = -parvata cf. ib.



malaya-bhūmi [ malayabhUmi ]

f. N. of a district in the Him^alaya cf. L.



malaya-marut [ malayamarut ]

m. wind ( blowing ) from Malaya ( an odoriferous wind prevalent in Southern and Central India during the hot season ) cf. Amar.



malaya-mālin [ malayamAlin ]

m. N. of a man cf. Kathās



malaya-rāja [ malayarAja ]

m. N. of a poet cf. Cat.

-stotra n. N. of a hymn



malaya-ruha [ malayaruha ]

m. ' growing on the Malaya mountain ', a sandal tree cf. Śiś.



malaya-vatī [ malayavatI ]

f. N. of a Sur^aṅganā cf. Siṉhâs

of other women cf. Kathās. cf. Nāg



malaya-vāta [ malayavAta ]

m. = -marut cf. Vikr



malaya-vāsinī [ malayavAsinI ]

f. ' dwelling on the Malaya mountain ', N. of Durgā cf. Hariv.



malaya-samīra [ malayasamIra ]

m. = -marut cf. Gīt.



malaya-siṃha [ malayasiMha ]

m. N. of two princes cf. Kathās



malayâcala [ malayAcala ]

m. = °ya-parvata cf. ib.

-khaṇḍa m. or n. N. of ch. of cf. SkandaP.



malayâdri [ malayAdri ]

m. = °yâcala

-vāyu m. = next cf. Kāv



malayânila [ malayAnila ]

m. = °ya-marut cf. Ratnâv



malayāvatī [ malayAvatI ]

f. N. of a woman cf. Cat. ( cf. malaya- vatī )



malayêndu [ malayendu ]

m. ( with sūri ) N. of an author cf. Cat.



malayôdbhava [ malayodbhava ]

n. sandal wood cf. L. ( cf. malaya-ja )