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 mati [ mati ]

etc. p. 783, col. 2

matí [ mati ]

( in cf. ŚBr. also máti ), f. devotion, prayer, worship, hymn, sacred utterance cf. RV. cf. VS.

thought, design, intention, resolution, determination, inclination, wish, desire ( with loc., dat. or inf. ) cf. RV. etc. ( matyā ind. wittingly, knowingly, purposely

matiṃkṛ or dhā or dhṛ or ā-√ dhā or samā-√ dhā or ā-√ sthā or sam-ā-√ sthā, with loc., dat., acc. with prati, or artham ifc., to set the heart on, make up one's mind, resolve, determine

matim with Caus. of ni-√ vṛt and abl. of a verbal noun, to give up the idea of

āhita-mati ifc. -having resolved upon

vinivṛtta-mati with abl. = having desisted from )

opinion, notion, idea, belief, conviction, view, creed cf. ŚrS. cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc. ( matyā ind. at will

ifc., ' under the idea of ', e.g. vyāghra-m°, ' under the idea of its being a tiger ' )

the mind, perception, understanding, intelligence, sense, judgment cf. ŚBr. etc. ( in cf. RV. also ' that which is sensible ', intelligent, mindful, applied to Aditi, Indra and Agni )

esteem, respect, regard cf. Kir

memory, remembrance cf. L.

Opinion personified ( and identified with Subal^atmajā as one of the mothers of the five sons of Pāṇdu, or regarded as a daughter of Daksha and wife of Soma, or as the wife of Viveka ) cf. MBh. cf. Hariv. cf. Prab

a kind of vegetable or pot-herb cf. L. ; m. N. of a king cf. Buddh. [ Cf. Lat. mens ; Angl. Sax. ge-mynd ; Eng. mind. ]

matí-karman [ matikarman ]

n. a matter of the intellect cf. Kām

matí-gati [ matigati ]

f. ' mental course ', mode of thought cf. Kāv

matí-garbha [ matigarbha ]

mfn. ' filled with intelligence ', clever, intelligent cf. Śiś.

matí-citra [ maticitra ]

m. N. of Aśva-ghosha cf. Buddh.

matí-datta [ matidatta ]

m. N. of a man cf. Cat.

matí-darśana [ matidarzana ]

n. the act or faculty of seeing into the thoughts or intentions ( of others ) cf. R.

matí-dā [ matidA ]

f. Cardiospermum Halicacabum or = śimṛḍī cf. L.

matí-dvaidha [ matidvaidha ]

n. difference of opinion cf. MBh.

matí-dhvaja [ matidhvaja ]

m. N. of a nephew of Śaskya-paṇḍita cf. Buddh.

matí-nāra [ matinAra ]

m. N. of a king cf. MBh. cf. Hariv. cf. Pur.

matí-nirṇaya [ matinirNaya ]

m. N. of wk.

matí-niścaya [ matinizcaya ]

m. a firm opinion cf. L.

matí-patha [ matipatha ]

m. the path of reflection

°thaṃ√ nī, to think over cf. Kāv

matí-pura [ matipura ]

n. N. of a town cf. Buddh.

matí-pūrva [ matipUrva ]

or mfn. purposed, intended cf. Mn.

matí-pūrvaka [ matipUrvaka ]

mfn. purposed, intended cf. Mn.

( °vam, °ve and °vakam ) ind. purposingly, wittingly cf. ib. cf. Gaut

matí-prakarṣa [ matiprakarSa ]

m. superiority of mind, cleverness, talent cf. Hit.

matí-bhadra-gaṇi [ matibhadragaNi ]

m. N. of a scholar cf. Cat.

matí-bheda [ matibheda ]

m. change of opinion cf. MBh.

matí-bhrama [ matibhrama ]

m. ( cf. Śak. ),

matí-bhrānti [ matibhrAnti ]

f. ( cf. L. ) confusion of mind, perplexity, error, misapprehension, hallucination

matí-mat [ matimat ]

mfn. clever, intelligent, wise cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc.

m. N. of a son of Janam-ejaya cf. Hariv.

matí-mānuṣa [ matimAnuSa ]

( ? ) m. N. of wk.

matí-mukura [ matimukura ]

m. N. of wk.

matí-ratna-muni [ matiratnamuni ]

m. N. of an author cf. Cat.

matí-rāja [ matirAja ]

m. N. of a poet cf. ib.

matí-vat [ mativat ]

w.r. for -mat

matí-vardhana [ mativardhana ]

m. N. of an author ( also °na-gaṇi ) cf. Cat.

matí-víd [ mativid ]

mfn. knowing ( one's ) devotion or mind cf. VS. cf. TS. cf. AitBr.

matí-viparyaya [ mativiparyaya ]

m. an erroneous opinion, illusion cf. Vcar.

matí-vibhraṃśa [ mativibhraMza ]

m. failure or infatuation of mind cf. L.

matí-vibhrama [ mativibhrama ]

m. = -bhrama cf. R.

matí-vibhrānti [ mativibhrAnti ]

f. id. cf. L.

matí-śālin [ matizAlin ]

mfn. ' possessing intelligence ', clever, wise cf. Pañcat

matí-hīna [ matihIna ]

mfn. deprived of sense, stupid cf. Hit.

matîśvara [ matIzvara ]

m. ' lord of mind ', the wisest of the wise ( Viśva-karman ) cf. Hariv.