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नस्

नस्
 nas [ nas ]


1 encl. form for acc. gen. dat. pl. of the Ist pers. pron. ( cf. Pāṇ. 7-l, i, 21 ), us, of us, to us ; in Veda changeable into ṇas ( 4, 27 ; 28). [ Cf. Zd. na, our ; Gk. νῶϊ, νώ, ; Lat. nos-ter ; Old Lat. dat. nis. ]




नस्
 nas [ nas ]

2 cl. 1. Ā. ( cf. Dhātup. xvi, 26 ) násate ( aor. Pot. nasīmahi cf. RV. ii, 16, 8

pf. nese

fut. nasitā Gr. ) to approach, resort to, join, copulate ( esp. as husband and wife ) cf. RV.

to be crooked or fraudulent cf. Dhātup. [ Cf. Gk. νέ( σ )ομαι, va- να-( σ )ίω, νόσ-τος ; Goth. ga-niśan, nas-jan ; Angl. S. gene10san ; HGerm. gine10san, genesen. ]



नस्
 nás [ nas ]

3 or nās f. ( the strong stem occurs only in du. nā'sā cf. RV. ii, 39, 6, the weak stem only in nasā', nasí, nasós [ cf. Pāṇ. 6-1, 63 ] and in comp. ) the nose cf. RV. cf. AV. cf. VS. cf. TS. cf. BhP. [ Cf. nāsā, nāsikā ; Lat. nas-turciunm, nāres ; Lith. nósis ; Slav. nosû ; Germ. ṇase ; Angl. Sax. nosu ; Eng. nose, nostril = nose-thrill, nose-hole. ]



naḥkṣudra [ naHkSudra ]

mf ( ā ) n. small-nosed cf. L.



nas-tas [ nastas ]

ind. from or into the nose cf. Br. etc.

-taḥ-karaṇa, nasta-k°

-taḥ-karman n. the putting into the nose, taking snuff cf. Car.



nasy-otá [ nasyota ]

mfn. ( √ ve ) fastened or tied by the nose, led by a nose-cord cf. TS. cf. MBh. cf. BhP.



nas-vát [ nasvat ]

mfn. nosed cf. AV.