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पूय

pûya [ pUya ]


m. n. purulent matter, pus, suppuration, discharge from an ulcer or wound ŚBr. etc.




pûya-bhuj [ pUyabhuj ]

mfn. eating purulent carcasses Mn. xii, 72



pûya-rakta [ pUyarakta ]

m. ( sc. roga ) ' having purulent blood ', a kind of disease of the nose with discharge of purulent blood Suśr.



pûya-vaha [ pUyavaha ]

m. ' filthy-streamed ', N. of a partic. hell VP.



pûya-śoṇita [ pUyazoNita ]

n. purulent blood, ichor Mn. iii, 180



pūyâbha [ pUyAbha ]

n. ' resembling pus ', a kind of bloody-flux L.



pūyâri [ pUyAri ]

m. ' hostile to suppuration ', the Nimb tree, Azadirachta Indica ( the leaves of which are used to produce dispersion or absorption of purulent matter ) L.



pūyâlasa [ pUyAlasa ]

m. a partic. disease of the place of junction ( saṃdhi ) of the eye

suppuration at the joints, white swelling Suśr.



pūyôda [ pUyoda ]

m. ' having foetid wafer ', N. of a partic. hell ( cf. pūya-vaha )