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mátsya [ matsya ]


m. ( cf. matsa and maccha ) a fish cf. RV. etc. ( personified as a prince with the patr. sāmmada cf. ŚBr. )

a partic. species of fish cf. L.

( in astron. ) the figure of a figure ( = timi ) cf. Sūryas

a partic. luminous appearance cf. VarBṛS.

( du. ) the 12th sign of the zodiac ( Pisces ) cf. Jyot

a partic. figure ( = svastikamadhyâkṛti ) cf. Hcat

( pl. ) N. of a people and country ( which accord. to cf. Mn. ii , 19 forms part of Brahmarshi ) cf. RV. etc. &c

a king of the Matsyas ( cf. matsa )

N. of Virāṭa ( as having been found by fishermen, along with his sister Matsyā or Satya-vatī, in the body of the Apsaras Adrikā, metamorphosed into a fish ) cf. MBh.

N. of a pupil of Deva-mitra Śskalya cf. Cat.

( ā ), f. a female fish cf. Uṇ. iv, 104 cf. Sch.

N. of the sister of king Virāṭa ( cf. above ) cf. MBh.

( ī ) f. matsa and g. gaurâdi




mátsya-karaṇḍikā [ matsyakaraNDikA ]

f. a fish-basket, any receptacle for fish cf. L.



mátsya-kūrmâdy-avatārin [ matsyakUrmAdyavatArin ]

m. ' descending ( and become in-carnate ) as a fish, tortoise etc. ', N. of Viṣṇu cf. MW.



mátsya-gandha [ matsyagandha ]

mf ( ā ) n. having the smell of fish cf. MBh.

m. ( pl. ) N. of a race cf. Saṃskārak.

( ā ), f. N. of Satya-vatī ( mother of vyasa, also called Mina- gandha

matsya above ) cf. MBh.

Commelina Salicifolia cf. L.



mátsya-gu [ matsyagu ]

m. N. of Cyavsna cf. L.



mátsya-ghaṇṭa [ matsyaghaNTa ]

m. a kind of fish-sauce or a dish of fish cf. L. ( cf. matsagaṇṭa )



mátsya-ghāta [ matsyaghAta ]

m. the killing or catching of fish cf. Mn. x, 45



mátsya-ghātin [ matsyaghAtin ]

mfn. killing fish

m. a fisherman cf. MBh. ( also with puruṣa cf. Kathās. )



mátsya-jāla [ matsyajAla ]

n. a fishing-net cf. L.



mátsya-jīvat [ matsyajIvat ]

or ( v.l. ), mfn. living by catching fish. a fisherman cf. Pañcat



mátsya-jīvin [ matsyajIvin ]

( v.l. ), mfn. living by catching fish. a fisherman cf. Pañcat



mátsya-tantra [ matsyatantra ]

n. N. of wk. ( prob. = -silkta )



mátsya-deśa [ matsyadeza ]

m. the country of the Matsyas ( cf. above ) cf. Cat.



mátsya-dvādaśikā [ matsyadvAdazikA ]

or f. N. of the 12th day in one of the halves of the month Margaśīrsha cf. ib.



mátsya-dvādaśī [ matsyadvAdazI ]

f. N. of the 12th day in one of the halves of the month Margaśīrsha cf. ib.



mátsya-dvīpa [ matsyadvIpa ]

m. ' fish-island ', N. of a Dvipa cf. VP.



mátsya-dhānī [ matsyadhAnI ]

f. ' fish-holder ', a fish-basket or a kind of snare for catching fish cf. L.



mátsya-dhvaja [ matsyadhvaja ]

m. a fish-basket-banner cf. Ragh

N. of a mountain, KāIP.



mátsya-nātha [ matsyanAtha ]

m. ' fish-lord ', N. of a man cf. Cat. ( cf. matsyândra )



mátsya-nārī [ matsyanArI ]

f. ' fish-woman i.e. half fish half woman ', N. of Satya-vati cf. Cat.



mátsya-nāśaka [ matsyanAzaka ]

and m. ' fish-destroyer ', a sea- eagle, osprey cf. L.



mátsya-nāśana [ matsyanAzana ]

m. ' fish-destroyer ', a sea-eagle, osprey cf. L.



mátsya-pittā [ matsyapittA ]

f. Helleborus Niger cf. L.



mátsya-purāṇa [ matsyapurANa ]

n. ' fish-Purāṇs ', N. of one of the 18 Purāṇas ( so called as communicated by Viṣṇu in the form of a fish to the 7th Manu ; matsyā'vatāra and cf. IW. 512 ).



mátsya-prādur-bhāva [ matsyaprAdurbhAva ]

m. fish-basket-manifestation ', Viṣṇu's fish incarnation, N. of ch., of the cf. NarasP. ( cf. matsyâvatāra )



mátsya-bandha [ matsyabandha ]

m. fish-catcher, a fisherman cf. MBh.



mátsya-bandhana [ matsyabandhana ]

n. a fish-hook cf. L.

( ī ), f. a fish-basket cf. L.



mátsya-bandhin [ matsyabandhin ]

m. = -bandha cf. Pañcat

( inī ), f. a fish-basket ( v.l. for -bandhanī ) cf. L.



mátsya-māṃsa [ matsyamAMsa ]

n. fish-flesh cf. Mn. iii, 268



mátsya-mādhava [ matsyamAdhava ]

n. N. of a Tirtha cf. Cat.



mátsya-raṅka [ matsyaraGka ]

or



mátsya-raṅga [ matsyaraGga ]




mátsya-raṅgaka [ matsyaraGgaka ]

m. a halcyon, king-fisher cf. L.



mátsya-rāja [ matsyarAja ]

m. pl. fish-kings, the best ' of fishes cf. Bhpr.

Cyprinus Rohita cf. L.

a king of the cf. Matsyas. cf. MBh.



mátsya-vid [ matsyavid ]

mfn. knowing fish, an ichthyologist cf. ŚāṅkhSr



mátsya-vinnā [ matsyavinnA ]

f. a species of plant cf. L.



mátsya-vedhana [ matsyavedhana ]

n. fish-piercing ', a fish-hook, angle cf. L.

( ī ), f. id. cf. L.

a cormorant cf. L.



mátsya-vratin [ matsyavratin ]

mfn. one who lives in water cf. L.



mátsya-sakalā [ matsyasakalA ]

f. Helleborus Niger cf. Bhpr.



mátsya-sagandhin [ matsyasagandhin ]

mfn. = -gaudha cf. MBh.



mátsya-saṃghāta [ matsyasaMghAta ]

m. a shoal of young fry or small fish cf. L.



mátsya-saṃtānika [ matsyasaMtAnika ]

m. a partic. dish of fish ( eaten with condiments or oil ) cf. L.



mátsya-sûkta [ matsyasUkta ]

n. N. of wk.



mátsya-hán [ matsyahan ]

m. ' fish-killer ', a fisherman cf. ŚBr.



matsyâkṣaka [ matsyAkSaka ]

m. fish-eyed ( ? ) ', a species of Soma plant cf. Car. cf. Suśr.

( ā ), f. id. cf. L.

( ikā ), f. a kind of grass cf. L.



matsyâkṣī [ matsyAkSI ]

f. prec. m. cf. L.

Hincha Repens cf. L.

Solanum Indicum cf. L.

a kind of grass ( = gaṇḍa-dūrvā ) cf. L.



matsyâṅgī [ matsyAGgI ]

w.r. for matsyâkṣī



matsyâṇḍa [ matsyANDa ]

n. fish-roe cf. Bhpr.



matsyâd [ matsyAd ]

mfn. ' fish-eating ', feeding on fish cf. L.



matsyâda [ matsyAda ]

mfn. id. cf. Mn. cf. Pañcat



matsyâdanī [ matsyAdanI ]

f. Commelina Salicifolia cf. L.



matsyâvatāra [ matsyAvatAra ]

m. ' fish-descent ', N. of the first of the 10 incarnations of Viṣṇu ( who became a fish to save the 7th Manu from the universal deluge

the conversation between them forms the Matsya-Purāṇa, q.v.

in cf. MBh. i. the fish is represented as an incarnation of Brahmā ; IW. 327, 397 etc. ).

-kathana n. -prabandha m. N. of wk.



matsyâśana [ matsyAzana ]

m. ' feeding on fish ', a halcyon, king- fisher cf. L.



matsyâśin [ matsyAzin ]

mfn. eating fish, living on fish cf. Bhpr.



matsyâsura [ matsyAsura ]

m. ' fish-Asura ', N. of an Asura cf. Cat.

-śaila-vadha m. N. of ch. of cf. GaṇP. ii



matsyêndra [ matsyendra ]

m. N. of a teacher of Yoga cf. Cat.

of an author ( -muhūrta m. or n. N. of his wk. ) cf. ib.



matsyêśvara-tīrtha [ matsyezvaratIrtha ]

n. N. of a Tīrtha cf. Cat.



matsyôtthā [ matsyotthA ]

f. ' sprung from a fish ', N. of Satyavatī cf. Gal. ( under matsya above )



matsyôdarin [ matsyodarin ]

ns. N. of Matsya or Virāṭa ( as the brother of Matsy^odari ) cf. Cat.



matsyôdarī [ matsyodarI ]

f. ' sprung from a fish-belly ', N. of Satya-vatī cf. L. ( under matsya above )

N. of a sacred bathing-place in Benares cf. Cat.



matsyôdarīya [ matsyodarIya ]

mfn. relating to a fish-belly

m. N. of Vyāsa ( son of Matsy^odari, q.v. ) cf. MBh.



matsyôpajīvin [ matsyopajIvin ]

m. ' living by fish ', a fisherman cf. MBh. cf. R. ( cf. matsya-jīvat, °vin )



मत्स्य
 matsya [ matsya ]

etc. See p. 776, col. 3