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नक्त
 nákta [ nakta ]


1 n. night cf. RV. cf. AV. ( náktā f. only in naktayā', q.v., and as du. with uṣā'sā ; °sá-naktā and naktôṣāsā ).

eating only at night ( as a sort of penance ) cf. Yājñ. cf. Hcat

( am ), ind. by night ( often opp. to divā ) cf. RV. etc.

m. N. of a son of Pṛthu cf. VP.

of a son of Pṛthu-sheṇa and Ākūti cf. BhP.

( ā ), f. ( cf. above ) Methonica Superba cf. L. [ Cf. nak and nakti ; Zd. nakht-uru, nakht-ru

Gk. νύξ ; Lat. nox ; Lith. naktis ; Slav. nos8ti ; Goth. nahts ; Angl. Sax. neaht, niht, Engl. night, Germ. ṇacht. ]




nákta-kālá-nirṇaya [ naktakAlanirNaya ]

m. N. of wk.



nákta-cārin [ naktacArin ]

( cf. L. ), mfn. walking at night

m. an owl

cat

thief

a Rakshas ( cf. naktaṃ-c° )



nákta-prabhava [ naktaprabhava ]

v.l. for naktam-pr°



nákta-bhojana [ naktabhojana ]

n. the eating only at night ( cf. above ) cf. Hcat

supper cf. W.

°jin mfn. eating at night cf. BhavP.

°ji-tva n. cf. Kathās



nákta-mukhā [ naktamukhA ]

f. evening, night cf. L. ( for -muṣā ? )



nákta-vat [ naktavat ]

mfn. eating only at night cf. Hcat



nákta-vrata [ naktavrata ]

n. ' night-observance ', eating at night ( and fasting by day ) cf. W.



naktândha [ naktAndha ]

mfn. blind at night cf. Suśr.

°tândhya n. cf. ib.



naktâśin [ naktAzin ]

mfn. eating only at night cf. Viṣṇ



náktôṣā'sā [ naktoSAsA ]

f. du. night and morning cf. RV.



नक्त
 nakta [ nakta ]

2 or nakla ( ? ) n. ( in astron. ) N. of the fifth Yoga ( = ? )