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 ni-√ vṛt [ nivRt ]


Ā. -vartate ( ind. p. -vṛtya, AV. ; infin. -vartitum, MBh. ; rarely P., e.g. Pot. -vartet, MBh., Hariv. ; impf. or subj. -vartat, RV. ; pf. -vāvṛtur, ib. ; fut. -vartiṣyati, MBh. ; -vartsyan, Bhaṭṭ. ; aor. -avṛtat, ib. ), to turn back, stop ( trans. and intrans. ), RV. etc.

to return from ( abl. ) to ( acc. with or without prati, or dat. )

to return into life, revive, be born again, MBh., Kāv. etc.

to turn away, retreat, flee, escape, abstain or desist from, get rid of ( abl. ), ib.

to fall back, rebound, R.

to leave off ( sāmi, in the midst or when anything is half finished, ŚBr. ), cease, end, disappear, vanish, TS., ŚBr., Up. etc.

to be withheld from, not belong to ( abl. )

to be omitted, not to occur, Lāṭy., Mn., MBh.

to be ineffective or useless, MBh., Kathās.

to be wanting, not to exist ( yato vāco nivartante, for which there are no words ), TUp.

to pass over to ( loc. ), MBh.

to be turned upon ( loc. or tatra ), ib. : Caus. -vartayati, °te ( Ā. Pot. -vartayīta, ĀśvŚr. ; Pass. -vartyate, Ragh. ), to turn downwards, let sink ( the head ), TBr.

to turn back i.e. shorten ( the hair ), Br.

to lead or bring back, reconduct, return, AV. etc.

to turn away, avert or keep back from ( abl. ), MBh., Kāv. etc.

to give up, abandon, suppress, withhold, refuse, deny

to annul, remove, destroy, Mn., MBh., Kāv., Pur.

to bring to an end i.e. perform, accomplish ( a sacrifice etc. ), R., BhP.

to procure, bestow, Hariv., MārkP.

to desist from ( abl. ), MBh., R.




ni-varta [ nivarta ]

mfn. causing to turn back, RV.



ni-vartaka [ nivartaka ]

mf ( ikā ) n. turning back, flying ( a-niv° ), Hariv.

causing to cease, abolishing, removing, MBh., Saṃk. ( -tva n. )

desisting from, stopping, ceasing, MW.



ni-vártana [ nivartana ]

mfn. causing to turn back, RV.

n. turning back, returning, turning the back i.e. retreating, fleeing, AV., MBh. etc. ( mṛtyuṃ kṛtvā nivartanam, making retreat equivalent to death i.e. desisting from fighting only in death, MBh. vi, vii ; w.r. kṛtvā mṛtyu-niv° )

ceasing, not happening or occurring, being prevented, MBh., Hariv. etc.

desisting or abstaining from ( abl. ), MBh., BhP.

desisting from work, inactivity ( opp. to pra-vartana ), Kām.

causing to return, bringing back ( esp. the shooting off and bringing back of weapons ), MBh., Kāv.

turning back ( the hair ), KātyŚr.

a means of returning, RV., AV.

averting or keeping back from ( abl. ), Vedântas.

reforming, repenting, W.

a measure of land ( 20 rods or 200 cubits or 40,000 Hastas square ), Hcat.

-stūpa m., N. of a Stūpa erected at the spot where the charioteer of Buddha returned.



ni-vartanīya [ nivartanIya ]

mfn. to be brought back, Mālav. v, 14/15 ( w.r. nir-v° )

to be prevented or hindered, MBh.



ni-vartayitavya [ nivartayitavya ]

mfn. to be kept back or detained, R.



ni-vartita [ nivartita ]

mfn. turned or brought back, averted, prevented, given up, abandoned, suppressed, removed, MBh., Kāv., Pur.

-pūrva mfn. one who has turned away before, MW.

°tâkhilâhāra mfn. one who has abstained from all food, BhP.



ni-vartitavya [ nivartitavya ]

mfn. to be brought back, MBh.



ni-vartin [ nivartin ]

mfn. turning back, retreating, fleeing ( mostly a-niv°, q.v. )

abstaining from ( comp. ), MBh.

allowing or causing to return ( a-niv° ), Hariv.

w.r. for nir-v°, q.v.



ni-vartya [ nivartya ]

mfn. to be turned back ( dur-niv° )

annulled, declared to be invalid, Pat.



ni-vivṛtsat [ nivivRtsat ]

( W. ), mfn. ( fr. Desid. ) desirous of returning or desisting.



ni-vivṛtsu [ nivivRtsu ]

( Saṃk. ), mfn. ( fr. Desid. ) desirous of returning or desisting.



ni-vṛt [ nivRt ]

w.r. for ni-cṛt.



ni-vṛtta [ nivRtta ]

mfn. ( often w.r. for nir-vṛtta, vi-vṛtta, ni-vṛta ) turned back, returned to ( acc. ), MBh.

rebounded from ( abl. ), R.

retreated, fled ( in battle ), MBh.

set ( as the sun ), R.

averted from, indifferent to, having renounced or given up ( abl. or comp. ), MBh., Kāv. etc.

abstracted from this world, quiet, BhP., Hcat.

rid or deprived of ( abl. ), MBh., R.

passed away, gone, ceased, disappeared, vanished, ib.

( with karman n. an action ) causing a cessation ( of mundane existence ), Mn. xii, 88 ( opp. to pravṛtta )

ceased to be valid or binding ( as a rule ), Pat., Kāś.

omitted, left out ( comp. below )

finished, completed, W.

desisting from or repenting of any improper conduct, ib.

n. return ( durniv° )

-kāraṇa mfn. without further cause or motive

m. a virtuous man, one uninfluenced by worldly desires, W.

-kṛṣi-gorakṣa mfn. ceasing from agriculture and the tending of cattle, MBh.

-dakṣiṇā' f. a gift renounced or despised by another, ŚBr.

-deva-kārya mfn. ceasing from sacrificial rites, MW.

-māṃsa mfn. one who abstains from eating meat, Uttarar.

-yajña-svâdhyāya mfn. ceasing from sacrifices and the repetition of prayers, MBh.

-yauvana mfn. whose youth has returned, restored to youth, Ragh.

-rāga mfn. of subdued appetites or passions, W.

-laulya mfn. whose desire is averted from, not desirous of ( comp. ), Ragh.

-vṛtti mfn. ceasing from any practice or occupation, W.

-śatru m. ' having one's foes kept off ', N. of a king, Hariv.

-saṃtāpa mfn. one whose heat or pain has ceased, Suśr.

-hṛdaya mfn. with relenting heart, MBh.

one whose heart is averted from or indifferent to ( prati ), Mālav. ii, 14

°ttâ`tman m. ' one whose spirit is abstracted ', a sage, W.

N. of Viṣṇu, ib.

°ttêndriya mfn. one whose senses or desires are averted from ( comp. ), Ragh.



ni-vṛtti [ nivRtti ]

f. ( often w.r. for nir-v° ) returning, return, MBh., Ragh.

ceasing, cessation, disappearance, ŚrS., Up., MBh. etc.

leaving off, abstaining or desisting from ( abl. ), Mn., MBh., Bhartṛ. etc.

escaping from ( abl. ), Pañc. ii, 87 ( w.r. °ttaḥ )

ceasing from worldly acts, inactivity, rest, repose ( opp. to pra- vṛtti ), Bhag., Prab.

( in dram. ) citation of an example, Sāh.

suspension, ceasing to be valid ( as of a rule ), Pāṇ., Sch.

destruction, perdition, RāmatUp.

denial, refusal, W.

abolition, prevention, ib.