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नर
 nára [ nara ]


m. ( cf. nṛ ) a man, a male, a person ( pl. men, people ) cf. TS. etc.

husband cf. Mn. ix, 76

hero cf. VarBṛS. iv, 31 cf. Bālar. viii, 56

a man or piece at chess or draughts etc. cf. L.

the pin or gnomon of a sun-dial cf. Sūryas. ( cf. -yantra )

person, personal termination cf. Kāś. on cf. Pāṇ. 3-1, 85 ( cf. puruṣa )

the primeval Man or eternal Spirit pervading the universe ( always associated with Nārāyaṇa, ' son of the primeval man '

both are considered either as gods or sages and accordingly called devau, ṛṣī, tāpasau etc.

in ep. poetry they are the son, of Dharma by Mūrti or A-hiṃsā and emanations of Viṣṇu, Arjuna being identified with Nara, and Kṛshṇa with Nārāyaṇa ) cf. Mn. ( cf. -sūnu ) cf. MBh. cf. Hariv. cf. Pur.

( pl. ) a class of myth. beings allied to the Gandharvas and Kiṃ-naras cf. MBh. . cf. Pur.

N. of a son of Manu Tāmasa cf. BhP.

of a son of Viśvāmitra cf. Hariv.

of a son of Gaya and father of Virāj cf. VP.

of a son of Su-dhṛti and father of Kevala cf. Pur.

of a son of Bhavan-manyu ( Manyu ) and father of Saṃkṛti cf. ib.

of Bhāradvāja ( author of cf. RV. vi, 35 and 36 ) cf. Anukr.

of 2 kings of Kaśmīra cf. Rājat

of one of the 10 horses of the Moon cf. L.

( ī ), f. a woman ( = nārī ) cf. L.

n. a kind of fragrant grass




nára-kapāla [ narakapAla ]

n. a man's skull cf. Pañc



nára-kāka [ narakAka ]

m. a crow-like man cf. Daś



nára-kīlaka [ narakIlaka ]

m. a man who has murdered his preceptor cf. L.



nára-kesarin [ narakesarin ]

m. ' murdered-lion ', Viṣṇu in his 4th Avatāra cf. Cat.



nára-gaṇa-pati-vijaya [ naragaNapativijaya ]

m. N. of wk.



nára-grāha [ naragrAha ]

m. ' murdered-crocodile ', N. of a kind of Kirāta cf. R.



nára-candra [ naracandra ]

m. N. of a Jaina writer cf. Cat.



nára-cihna [ naracihna ]

n. ' murdered-sign ', moustaches cf. Gal.



nára-jaṅgala [ narajaGgala ]

n. moustache's flesh cf. Mālatīm



nára-tā [ naratA ]

f. manhood, humanity, human condition cf. Pur.



nára-tva [ naratva ]

n. manhood, humanity, human condition cf. Pur.



nára-troṭakâcārya [ naratroTakAcArya ]

m. N. of a man cf. Cat.



nára-da [ narada ]

See narada



nára-datta [ naradatta ]

m. N. of a Brāhman ( nephew of the Ṛṣi Asita ) cf. Lalit.

( ā ), f. N. of a goddess executing the commands of the 20th Arhat of present Ava-sarpiṇī cf. L.

of one of the 16 Vidyā-devīs cf. L.



nára-danta [ naradanta ]

m. a man's tooth cf. Kathās



nára-deva [ naradeva ]

m. ' man-god ', a king cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc. ( -tva n. cf. BhP. )

N. of an author cf. Cat.

-deva m. god among kings, supreme sovereign cf. BhP.

-putra m. the son of a man and a god cf. MW.



nára-dviṣ [ naradviS ]

m. ' man-hater ', a Rakshas cf. Bhaṭṭ.



nára-nagara [ naranagara ]

n. N. of a town cf. L.



nára-nātha [ naranAtha ]

m. ' man-protector ', a king cf. R. cf. Pur. etc.

-mārga m. ' king's road ', high street cf. Rājat

°thâsana n. throne or dignity of a king cf. ib.



nára-nāman [ naranAman ]

m. a kind of tree cf. L.



nára-nāyaka [ naranAyaka ]

m. ' man-leader ', king cf. Inscr.



nára-nārāyaṇa [ naranArAyaNa ]

m. N. of Kṛshṇa cf. MBh. cf. BhP.

N. of an author cf. Cat.

du. Nara and Nārāyaṇa ( above ) cf. MBh.

°ṇânanda-kāvya n. N. of a poem cf. Cat.



nára-nārī-vilakṣaṇā [ naranArIvilakSaNA ]

f. ' having the signs of man and woman ', a hermaphrodite cf. Gal.



nára-ṃ-dhiṣa [ naraMdhiSa ]

( naráṃ- ), m. ' watching or heeding men ( ? ) ', N. of Viṣṇu cf. VS. cf. ŚBr.

of Pūshan cf. VS. cf. TĀr.



nára-pa [ narapa ]

m. ' man-protector ', a king cf. Dhūrtan



nára-pati [ narapati ]

m. ' man-lord ', a king cf. Var. cf. Kāv. etc.

N. of one of the 4 myth. kings of Jambu-dvīpa cf. L.

of an author cf. Cat.

-jaya-caryā f. °ryā-sāra m. N. of wks.

-patha m. = -nātha-mārga cf. Megh

-vijaya m. N. of wk.



nára-paśu [ narapazu ]

m. ' man-beast ', a brute in human form cf. BhP.

a man as sacrificial victim cf. Jātakam



nára-pāla [ narapAla ]

m. = -pa cf. Pañc



nára-pālinī [ narapAlinI ]

f. = -māninī cf. Gal.



nára-puṃgava [ narapuMgava ]

m. ' man-bull ', an excellent hero cf. Bhag.



nára-pūtanā-śānti [ narapUtanAzAnti ]

f. N. of wk.



nára-priya [ narapriya ]

mfn. favourable to mankind cf. W.

m. N. of a tree cf. L.



nára-bali [ narabali ]

m. a human sacrifice cf. Siṉhâs



nára-brahma-deva [ narabrahmadeva ]

m. N. of a king cf. Cat.



nára-bhuj [ narabhuj ]

mfn. man-eating, cannibal cf. MW.



nára-bhū [ narabhU ]

or f. ' land of men ', N. of Bhārata-varsha cf. L.



nára-bhūmi [ narabhUmi ]

f. ' land of men ', N. of Bhārata-varsha cf. L.



nára-māṃsa [ naramAMsa ]

n. man's flesh cf. Siṉhâs



nára-mānikā [ naramAnikA ]

and f. a man-like woman, a woman with a beard cf. L.



nára-māninī [ naramAninI ]

f. a man-like woman, a woman with a beard cf. L.



nára-mālā [ naramAlA ]

f. a string or girdle of human skulls cf. Devīm



nára-mālinī [ naramAlinI ]

f. w.r. for -māninī



nára-mūrchana [ naramUrchana ]

n. N. of ch. of the cf. PadmaP.



nára-medha [ naramedha ]

m. = -bali cf. MBh. cf. R.



nára-mohinī [ naramohinI ]

f. N. of a Sur^aṅganā cf. Siṉhâs



nára-m-manya [ narammanya ]

mfn. thinking one's self a man, passing for a man cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 68 cf. Sch.



nára-yantra [ narayantra ]

n. ' gnomon-instrument ', a sun-dial cf. Sūryas



nára-yāṇa [ narayANa ]

or n. a carriage drawn by men cf. MBh. cf. Pañc. cf. BhP.



nára-yāna [ narayAna ]

n. a carriage drawn by men cf. MBh. cf. Pañc. cf. BhP.



nára-ratha [ nararatha ]

w.r. for nava-r°



nára-rāja [ nararAja ]

m. ' king of man ', a king cf. R.

°jya n. kingship, royalty cf. Caurap



nára-rūpa [ nararUpa ]

n. human form

mf ( ī ) n. man-like ( also °pin ) cf. W.



nára-rṣaba [ nararSaba ]

m. ( °ra + ṛṣ° ) ' man-bull ', a king cf. MW.



nára-loka [ naraloka ]

m. ' men's world ', the earth

mortals, men cf. BhP.

-pāla m. = nara-pa cf. Ragh

-vīra m. a human hero cf. Bhag.



nára-vat [ naravat ]

ind. like a man cf. MW.



nára-vara [ naravara ]

m. an excellent man

-vṛṣabha m. an excellent hero ( like a bull )

°rôttama m. the best of excellent men, id.



nára-varman [ naravarman ]

m. N. of a prince of Mālava in the 12th century cf. Rājat. etc.

°ma-nṛpati-kathā f. N. of wk.



nára-vāhana [ naravAhana ]

m. ' borne or drawn by men ', N. of Kubera cf. MBh. etc.

of a prince ( successor of Śāli-vāhana ) cf. Inscr.

of a prince of the Dārv^abhisāras cf. Rājat

of a minister of king Kshema-gupta cf. ib.

-janana n. N. of ch. of cf. Kathās

-datta m. N. of a son of king Udayana cf. Kathās

-datta-carita-maya mf ( ī ) n. containing the adventures of prince Naravāhana-datta cf. ib.

-dattīya mfn. relating to him cf. ib.



nára-vāhin [ naravAhin ]

mfn. drawn or carried by men cf. Nal



nára-viṣāṇa [ naraviSANa ]

n. ' man's horn ', i.e. anything nonexistent cf. Nyāyam



nára-viṣvaṇa [ naraviSvaNa ]

m. ' man-devourer ', a Rakshas cf. L.



nára-vīra [ naravIra ]

m. an heroic or excellent man cf. MBh.

-loka m. the bravest of men or mankind cf. Kāv



nára-vṛttâṣṭaka [ naravRttASTaka ]

n. N. of wk.



nára-vyāghra [ naravyAghra ]

m. = next cf. MBh.

pl. N. of a myth. people cf. R.



nára-śārdūla [ narazArdUla ]

m. ' man-tiger ', an eminent or illustrious man cf. MBh.



nára-śṛṅga [ narazRGga ]

n. = -viṣāṇa cf. W.



nára-śreṣṭha [ narazreSTha ]

m. the best of men cf. MW.



nára-saṃvāda-sundara [ narasaMvAdasundara ]

m. or n. N. of wk.



nára-saṃsarga [ narasaMsarga ]

m. intercourse of men, human society cf. MW.



nára-sakha [ narasakha ]

m. ' Nara's friend ', N. of Nārāyaṇa cf. Vikr



nára-saṃghârāma [ narasaMghArAma ]

m. N. of a cf. Buddh. monastery



nára-sarājīya [ narasarAjIya ]

n. N. of a poem



nára-sāra [ narasAra ]

m. sal ammoniac cf. L.



nára-siṃha [ narasiMha ]

m. ' man-lion ', great warrior cf. MBh. cf. R.

N. of Viṣṇu in his 4th Ava-tāra ( when he was half man half lion ) cf. Kāv. cf. Pur.

N. of the father of king Bhairava cf. Cat.

of sev. princes and authors ( also -kavi, -kavi-rāja, - ṭhakkura, -dīkṣita, -deva, -paṇḍita, -bhaṭṭa, - -miśra, -muni, -yati, -yatîndra, -rāja, - vājapeyin ( or °hâgnicid-vāj° ), -śāstrin, -sarasvatī -, -sūri, -sena, -hâcārya ) cf. Cat.

-kalpa m. N. of wk.

-cūrṇa n. N. of a partic. aphrodisiac cf. L.

-dvādaśī f. N. of the 12th day in the light half of the month Phālguna ( °śī-vrata n. a ceremony then performed, N. of wk. ) cf. Cat.

-nakhastotra and -pañca-ratna n. N. of Stotras

-pārijāta m. -purāṇa n. -bhaṭṭīya n. bhāratī-vilāsa - m. -bhujaṃga m. -bhūpāla-caritra n. N. of wks.

-yantra n. N. of a mystic. diagram cf. Tantras

-rājīya n. °harṣabha-kṣetra-māhātmya n. N. of wks.

-varman m. N. of a man cf. L.

-śāstri-prakāśikā, f. N. of wk.

-sahasra-nāman n. pl.

-stuti f. N. of wk.



nára-skandha [ naraskandha ]

m. a multitude of men cf. L.



nára-haya [ narahaya ]

v.l. for nāra-h°



nára-hari [ narahari ]

m. N. of Viṣṇu as ' man-lion ' ( cf. - siṃha ) cf. Gīt. cf. BhP.

of sev. authors ( also -tīrtha, -bhaṭṭa, -śāstrin, -sūri

°ry-upâdhyāya ) cf. Cat.

of another man cf. Kṣitîś

-deva m. N. of a prince cf. Inscr.



narâṅga [ narAGga ]

m. n. ' man-member ', the penis cf. L.

m. eruption on the face cf. L. ( cf. naraṅga )

mf ( ī ) n. having a human body ( also -ka ) cf. Hcat



narâṅghri [ narAGghri ]

mfn. having human feet cf. ib.



narâca [ narAca ]

m. ( √ añc ) a kind of metre cf. Col. ( v.l. nār° )

( ī' ), f. a species of plant ( ? ) cf. AV.

N. of a wife of Kṛshṇa cf. Hariv.



narâdhama [ narAdhama ]

m. a low or vile man, a wretch cf. Bhag.



narâdhāra [ narAdhAra ]

m. ' asylum or receptacle of men ', N. of Śiva cf. L.

( ā ), f. the earth cf. L.



narádhipa [ naradhipa ]

m. = next cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.

Cathartocarpus Fistula cf. Suśr.

°dhipati m. ' lord of men ', king, prince cf. R. cf. Var



narânta [ narAnta ]

m. N. of a son of Hṛdika cf. Hariv.



narântaka [ narAntaka ]

m. ' man-destroyer ', death

N. of a Rakshas cf. R. cf. Pur.

-nigraha-varṇana, n.

-nirgama m. N. of of cf. GaṇP. i, 59 and 57



narâyaṇa [ narAyaNa ]

w.r. for nār°



narâśa [ narAza ]

m. ' man-eater ', a Rakshas or demon cf. Bhaṭṭ.



nárā-śáṃsa [ narAzaMsa ]

( °râś° ? ), m. ' the desire or praise of men ( ? ) ', a mystic. N. of Agni ( esp. in the Āprī hymns, besides or instead of Tanū4-n'apāt, q.v. ) cf. RV. cf. VS. cf. TS. cf. Br.

( rarely ) of Pūshan, e.g. cf. RV. i, 164, 3

x. 64, 3

-paṅkti w.r. for nārā-śáṃsa-p°



narâśana [ narAzana ]

m. = narâśa cf. R.



narêtara [ naretara ]

m. ' different from men ', a god cf. BhP. iv, 6, 9

a beast or beast-like man cf. ib. iii, 13, 49



narêndra [ narendra ]

m. ' man-lord ', king, prince, Msi. cf. MBh. etc.

a physician, master of charms or antidotes cf. Daś. ( cf. dur-n° )

= narêndra-druma cf. Suśr. ( cf. narâdhipa )

= vārttika or rājika cf. L.

N. of a poet cf. Cat.

of another man cf. Kṣitîś

a kind of metre cf. Col.

-kanyā f. a princess cf. Ragh

-tā f. ( cf. Priy. ), -tva n. ( cf. Rājat. ) kingship, royalty

-deva m. N. of a king cf. W.

-druma m. Cathartocarpus Fistula cf. Suśr.

-nagarī ( ? ), m. N. of a grammarian cf. Cat.

-putra m. a prince cf. Var

-mārga m. ' king's road ', high street cf. R.

-svāmin m. N. of a temple built by Nar^endr^aditya, R^ajat

°drâcārya m. N. of a grammarian cf. Cat.

°drâditya m. N. of 2 kings of Kaśmīra cf. Rājat

°drâhva n. Agallochum cf. L.



narêśa [ nareza ]

m. ' lord of men ', king cf. MBh.



narêśvara [ narezvara ]

m. id. cf. ib.

N. of an author cf. Cat.

-parîkṣā f. -viveka m. N. of wks.



narôttama [ narottama ]

m. best of men cf. MBh. cf. Hariv.

N. of Viṣṇu or Buddha cf. L.

of cf. Sch. on the Adhyātma-rāmāyaṇa cf. Cat.

-dāsa m. N. of an author cf. ib.

-kīrti-leśa-mātra-darśaka m. or n. N. of wk.

°mâraṇya-śiṣya m. N. of an author cf. Cat.