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नश्

नश्
 naś [ naz ]


1 or noṃś, cl. 1. P. Ā. náśati, °te ( aor. ānat, -naṭ -anaṣṭām, -nak [ in pra-ṇak ], Impv. - nákṣi

Ā. 1. sg. náṃśi Prec. naśīmahi

inf. -náśe ), to reach, attain, meet with, find cf. RV. [ Cf. 1. and nakṣ ; Lat. nac-tus sum ; Lith. nésśti ; Slav. nesti ; Goth. ganâhs ; Germ. genug ; Angl. Sax. genâh ; Eng. enough. ]




नश्
 naś [ naz ]

2 cl. 4. P. ( cf. Dhātup. xxvi, 85 ) náśyati ( rarely °te and 1. P. náśati, °te ; pf. nanāśa, 3. pl. neśur ; aor. anaśat cf. MBh. etc. ; aneśat, néśat cf. RV. cf. Br. [ cf. Pat. on cf. Pāṇ. 6- 4, 1 20 ] ; fut. naśiṣyati cf. AV. ; naṅkṣyati, °te [ cond. anaṅkṣyata ] cf. MBh. ; naśitā cf. ib. ; naṃṣṭā cf. Pāṇ. 7-2, 45 ; naṅgdhā cf. Vop ; inf. naśitum, naṃṣum Gr. ; ind. p. naśitvā, naṣṭva, naṃṣṭvā cf. ib. ) to be lost, perish, disappear, be gone, run away cf. RV. etc.

to come to nothing, be frustrated or unsuccessful cf. Mn. cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc. : Caus. nāśáyati, ep. also °te ( aor. -anīnaśat ; dat. inf. -nāśayadhyai cf. RV. ) to cause to be lost or disappear, drive away, expel, remove, destroy, efface cf. RV. etc.

to lose ( also from memory ), give up cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. cf. Pañc

to violate, deflower ( a girl ) cf. Daś. cf. Kull

to extinguish ( a fire ) cf. BhP.

to disappear ( in nīnaśah and °naśuḥ ) cf. MBh. : Desid. ninaśiṣati or ninaṅkṣati cf. Pāṇ. 7-1, 60 ; 2, 45 ( cf. ninaṅkṣu )

Desid. of Caus. nināśayiṣati, to wish to destroy cf. Daś. : Intens. nānaśyate or nānaṃṣṭi Gr. [ Cf. Gk. νεκρός ; Lat. nex, nocere ].



naś [ naz ]

3 mfn. perishing ( in jīva-, q.v. )