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नक्र

नक्र
 nakra [ nakra ]


m. ( according to cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 75 fr. na + kra ) crocodile, alligator cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc. ( ifc. f. ā )

the sign of the zodiac Scorpio cf. Gol.

( ā ), f. a swarm of bees or wasps cf. L.

n. the nose ( also ā f. ) cf. L.

a partic. disease of the nose cf. L.

the upper timber of a door-frame cf. L. ( cf. nā'kra and cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 75 )




nakra-ketana [ nakraketana ]

m. N. of the god of love cf. Daś. ( cf. makara-k° )



nakra-cakra [ nakracakra ]

n. a multitude of crocodiles cf. Pañcad



nakra-makṣikā [ nakramakSikA ]

f. a kind of fly cf. L.



nakra-rāj [ nakrarAj ]

or m. a shark or any other large sea animal ( lit. king of the Nakras ) cf. L.



nakra-rājaka [ nakrarAjaka ]

m. a shark or any other large sea animal ( lit. king of the Nakras ) cf. L.



nakra-hāraka [ nakrahAraka ]

m. id. ( lit. seizer of the Nakras ) cf. L.