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नासिका

nā'sikā [ nAsikA ]


f. a nostril

( older du. ) the nose cf. RV. &c, etc. ( ifc. f. ā or ī cf. Pāṇ. 4-1, 55 )

the proboscis of an elephant cf. BhP.

= nāsā-dāru cf. L.

N. of Aśvinī ( mother of the two Aśvins ) cf. L.




nā'sikā-gra [ nAsikAgra ]

( °kâg° ), n. the point of the nose cf. Bhag. ( -tas, ind. )



nā'sikā-chidra [ nAsikAchidra ]

n. ( cf. MānŚr. ),



nā'sikā-chinnī [ nAsikAchinnI ]

f. ( cf. L. ),



nā'sikā-pāka [ nAsikApAka ]

and = nāsā-chidra etc.



nā'sikā-puṭa [ nAsikApuTa ]

m. ( cf. Suśr. ) = nāsā-chidra etc.



nā'sikā-mala [ nAsikAmala ]

n. ' nose-dirt ', nose-mucus, snot cf. Śak. cf. Sch.



nā'sikā-mūla [ nAsikAmUla ]

n. = nāsā-m° cf. L.



nā'sikā-rajju [ nAsikArajju ]

f. a nose-string cf. Mṛcch. vi, 0/1



nā'sikā-srotas [ nAsikAsrotas ]

n. a nostril cf. Gobh. ( w.r. -śr° )