Related Sanskrit Words:
Derived Words in Other Languages:
- 1 maryādā [ maryAdA ]
- 1.1 maryādā-giri [ maryAdAgiri ]
- 1.2 maryādā-cala [ maryAdAcala ]
- 1.3 maryādā-dhāvana [ maryAdAdhAvana ]
- 1.4 maryādā-parvata [ maryAdAparvata ]
- 1.5 maryādā-bandha [ maryAdAbandha ]
- 1.6 maryādā-bhedaka [ maryAdAbhedaka ]
- 1.7 maryādā-maya [ maryAdAmaya ]
- 1.8 maryādā-vacana [ maryAdAvacana ]
- 1.9 maryādā-vyatikrama [ maryAdAvyatikrama ]
- 1.10 maryādā-sindhu [ maryAdAsindhu ]
- 1.11 maryādôkti [ maryAdokti ]
maryādā [ maryAdA ]
fancifully said to be fr. marya + ada, ' devouring young men ' who are killed in defending boundaries ) ' giving or containing clear marks or signs ', a frontier, limit, boundary, border, bank , shore, mark, end, extreme point, goal ( in space and time ) cf. RV. etc. ( ṣaṇ-māsmaryādayā, within six months cf. VarBṛS. )
the bounds or limits of morality and propriety, rule or custom, distinct law or definition cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.
a covenant, agreement, bond, contract cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.
continuance in the right way, propriety of conduct cf. Kāv. cf. Pañcat
N. of a kind of ring used as an amulet cf. AV. vi, 81, 2
N. of the wife of Avācīna ( daughter of a king of Vidarbha ) cf. MBh.
of the wife of Dev^atithi ( daughter of a king of Videha ) cf. ib.
maryādā-giri [ maryAdAgiri ]
and m. a mountain which serves as a frontier cf. BhP.
maryādā-cala [ maryAdAcala ]
( °dâc° ), m. a mountain which serves as a frontier cf. BhP.
maryādā-dhāvana [ maryAdAdhAvana ]
n. running towards a mark cf. TBr. cf. Sch.
maryādā-parvata [ maryAdAparvata ]
maryādā-bandha [ maryAdAbandha ]
m. keeping within limits cf. Divyâv
maryādā-bhedaka [ maryAdAbhedaka ]
m. a destroyer of landmarks cf. Mn. ix, 291
maryādā-maya [ maryAdAmaya ]
mf ( ī ) n. consisting in ( i.e. forming ) limits or bounds cf. Kād
maryādā-vacana [ maryAdAvacana ]
n. statement of the limit cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 136
maryādā-vyatikrama [ maryAdAvyatikrama ]
m. overstepping bounds or limits cf. Pañcat
maryādā-sindhu [ maryAdAsindhu ]
m. N. of wk.
maryādôkti [ maryAdokti ]
f. = maryādā-vacana cf. Pāṇ. 3-3, 136 cf. Sch.