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pañca [ paJca ]


1 mf ( ā ) n. spread out Uttarar

m. ( in music ) a kind of measure




pañca [ paJca ]

1 See under 1. pac ib.



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 pañca [ paJca ]

2 in comp. for pañcan ( See p. 578 )



pañca-kapāla [ paJcakapAla ]

( páñca. ), mf ( i ) n. prepared or offered in five cups or bowls, m. ( with or, sc. puro-dāśa ) an oblation so offered ŚBr. ŚrS.



pañca-karṇa [ paJcakarNa ]

mfn. branded in the ear with the number 5 ( as cattle ) Pāṇ. 6-3, 115 ( ? )

m. N. of a man TĀr.



pañca-karpaṭa [ paJcakarpaTa ]

m. pl. N. of a people MBh.



pañca-karma [ paJcakarma ]

n. ( L. ),



pañca-karman [ paJcakarman ]

n. ( Suśr. ),



pañca-karmī [ paJcakarmI ]

f. ( L. ) the 5 kinds of treatment ( in medicine, viz. giving emetics, purgative medicines, sternutatories, and enemas of two kinds, oily and not oily )

°mavidhi and °mâdhikāra m. N. of medic. wks.



pañca-kalpa [ paJcakalpa ]

m. one who studies or has studied 5 Kalpas ( esp. those belonging to the AV. ) L.

( ī ), f. N. of wk.



pañca-kalyāṇaka [ paJcakalyANaka ]

m. a horse with white feet and a white mouth Hcat



pañca-kaṣāya [ paJcakaSAya ]

m. ( ? ), a decoction from the fruits of 5 plants ( the Jambū, Sālmali, Vāṭyāla, Bakula and Badara ) L.

-ja and °yâttha mfn. produced from the above decoction Suśr.



pañca-kāṭhaka-prayoga-vṛtti [ paJcakAThakaprayogavRtti ]

f. N. of wk.



pañca-kāpittha [ paJcakApittha ]

mfn. prepared with the 5 products of Feronia Elephantum Suśr.



pañca-kārukī [ paJcakArukI ]

f. the 5 artisans in a village L.



pañca-kāla-kriyā-dīpa [ paJcakAlakriyAdIpa ]

m. N. of wk.



pañca-kāla-paddhati [ paJcakAlapaddhati ]

f. N. of wk.



pañca-kāla-pravartana [ paJcakAlapravartana ]

n. N. of wk.



pañca-kūrca [ paJcakUrca ]

n. = -gavya KāśīKh.



pañca-kṛtya [ paJcakRtya ]

n. the 5 actions by which the supreme power manifests itself ( viz. sṛṣṭi, sthiti, saṃhāra, tirobhāva and anugraha-karaṇa ) Sarvad

( m. ) a species of, plant L.



pañca-kṛtvas [ paJcakRtvas ]

ind. 5 times Lāṭy. KātyŚr. Suśr.



pañca-kṛṣṇa [ paJcakRSNa ]

m. ' having 5 black spots ', a species of poisonous insect Suśr.



pañca-kṛṣṇala [ paJcakRSNala ]

n. 5 Kṛshṇalas or coins so called Gaut

°laka mfn. comprising 5 Kṛshṇalas MW.



pañca-koṇa [ paJcakoNa ]

m. a pentagon Col.



pañca-kola [ paJcakola ]

or n. the 5 spices ( viz. long pepper, its root, Piper Chaba, plumbago and dry ginger ) Car. Bhpr.



pañca-kolaka [ paJcakolaka ]

n. the 5 spices ( viz. long pepper, its root, Piper Chaba, plumbago and dry ginger ) Car. Bhpr.



pañca-kośa [ paJcakoza ]

( ibc. ) the 5 sheaths supposed to invest the soul W. ( cf. kośa )

-viveka and -samṇyāsâcāra m. N. of wks.



pañca-krama [ paJcakrama ]

m. a particular Krama ( or method of reciting the Vedic text ) consisting of 5 members ( See pāṭha ) L.

N. of a Buddh. wk. ( also -ṭippanī f. )



pañca-krośa [ paJcakroza ]

m. or a distance of 5 Krośas, the ground extending to that distance round Benares ( cf. RTL. 218, 1 ; 435 )



pañca-krośī [ paJcakrozI ]

f. a distance of 5 Krośas, the ground extending to that distance round Benares ( cf. RTL. 218, 1 ; 435 )

°śa-mañjarī f. ( °rī-sudarśana n. ), °śamāhātmya n. °śa-yātrā f. or °śī-yātrā-vidhi m. N. of wks.



pañca-kroṣṭṛ [ paJcakroSTR ]

mfn. = pañcabhiḥ kroṣṭrībhiḥ krītaḥ Pat.



pañca-kleśa-bheda [ paJcaklezabheda ]

mf ( ā ) n. afflicted by the 5 kinds of pain ŚvetUp.



pañca-kṣāra [ paJcakSAra ]

n. = -lavaṇa, q.v.



pañca-khaṭva [ paJcakhaTva ]

n.



pañca-khaṭvī [ paJcakhaTvI ]

f. a collection of 5 bedsteads L.



pañca-gaṅga [ paJcagaGga ]

n. ( C. ),



pañca-gaṅgā [ paJcagaGgA ]

f. ( B. ) N. of a locality MBh.



pañca-gaṇa-yoga [ paJcagaNayoga ]

m. a collect. N. of 5 plants ( viz. vidārī-gandhā, bṛhatī, pṛśni-parṇī, nidigdhikā and sva- daṃṣṭrā ) L.



pañca-gaṇḍaka [ paJcagaNDaka ]

mfn. ( prob. ) consisting of 5 parts ( said of the Dharma-cakra ) Divyâv



pañca-gata [ paJcagata ]

mfn. ' arrived at 5 ', raised to the 5th power Col.



pañca-gati-samatikrānta [ paJcagatisamatikrAnta ]

m. ' having passed through the 5 forms of existence ', N. of Gautama Buddha Divyâv. ( some reckon 6 forms, See MWB. 121 )



pañca-gava [ paJcagava ]

n.



pañca-gavī [ paJcagavI ]

f. a collection of 5 cows

°vadhana mfn. one whose property consists of 5 cows L.



pañca-gavya [ paJcagavya ]

n. the 5 products of the cow ( viz. milk, coagulated or sour milk, butter, and the liquid and solid excreta ) L.

N. of wk.

-ghṛta n. N. of a partic. mixture Rasar

-melana-prakāra m. N. of wk.

°vyâpâna-vat mfn. having an anus made of the Pañca-gavya Hcat



pañca-gārgya [ paJcagArgya ]

mfn. = pañcabhir gārgibhiḥ krītaḥ Pat.



pañca-gu [ paJcagu ]

mfn. bought with 5 cows Pāṇ. 1-2, 44 Vārtt. 3 Pat.



pañca-guṇa [ paJcaguNa ]

mfn. fivefold

having 5 virtues or good qualities MBh.



pañca-gupta [ paJcagupta ]

m. ' covered or protected in a fivefold manner ', a tortoise ( as drawing in its 4 feet and head ; pañcâṅga-g° ). L.

the materialistic system of the Cārvākas L.



pañca-gupti [ paJcagupti ]

f. Medicago Esculenta L.



pañca-gṛhitá [ paJcagRhita ]

mfn. taken or taken up 5 times ŚBr. KātyŚr.

°tin mfn. one who has taken up 5 times Lāṭy., Sch.,



pañca-goṇi [ paJcagoNi ]

mfn. ' carrying 5 loads ', bearing a heavy burden, Vajras ( cf. Pāṇ. 1-2, 50 Vārtt. 1 Pat. )



pañca-gauḍa-brāhmaṇa-jāti [ paJcagauDabrAhmaNajAti ]




pañca-granthī [ paJcagranthI ]




pañca-graha-yoga-śānti [ paJcagrahayogazAnti ]

f. N. of wk.



pañca-grāmī [ paJcagrAmI ]

f. a collection of 5 villages Yājñ.



pañca-ghāta [ paJcaghAta ]

m. ( in music ) a kind of measure



pañca-cakṣus [ paJcacakSus ]

m. ' five-eyed ', N. of the Buddha ( who was supposed to have the māṃsa-c°, dharma-c°, prajñā-c°, divya-c° and buddha-c° i.e. the carnal eye, the eye of religion , the eye of intellect, the divine eye and the eye of Buddha MW. ( cf. Dharmas. lxvi )



pañca-catvāriṃśa [ paJcacatvAriMza ]

mf ( ī ) n. the 49th ( ch. of MBh. and R. )



pañca-catvāriṃśat [ paJcacatvAriMzat ]

( pá° ) f. 45 ŚBr.



pañca-candra [ paJcacandra ]

m. N. of a man Rājat



pañca-cāmara [ paJcacAmara ]

n. N. of 2 kinds of metre Col.

-stotra n. N. of a hymn by Śaṃkara



pañca-cit˘īka [ paJcacitIka ]

( pá° ), mfn. piled up in 5 tiers or layers ŚBr. Kāṭh. ĀpŚr. etc.



pañca-cīra [ paJcacIra ]

m. a Buddh. saint also named Mañjuśī ( the teacher of Buddhism in Nepal MWB. 202, n. 1 ) W.



pañca-cūḍa [ paJcacUDa ]

( pá° ), mf ( ā ) n. having 5 protuberances ( cf. f. )

( also -ka ) having 5 crests or tufts of hair Kathās

( ā ), f. = -coḍā ŚBr.

N. of an Apsaras MBh. R.

°ḍā-maṇi m. N. of wk. ( also °ṇi-ṭīkā )



pañca-coḍā [ paJcacoDA ]

f. a brick with 5 protuberances TS. ĀpŚr. Śulbas



pañca-cola [ paJcacola ]

m. or n. N. of a part of the Him^alaya range L.



pañca-janá [ paJcajana ]

m. ( pl. ) the 5 classes of beings ( viz. gods, men , Gandharvas and Apsaras, serpents, and Pitṛs ) TS. ŚBr. etc. man, mankind Hcar. ( °nêndra m. prince, king Rājat. )

( ibc. ) the 5 elements MBh.

N. of a demon slain by Kṛshṇa MBh. R. etc. ( cf. pāñcajanya )

of a son of Saṃhrāda by Kṛti BhP.

of a Prajāpati ib.

of a son of Sagara by Keśini Hariv.

of a son of Sṛñjaya and father of Soma-datta ib.

( ī ), f. an assemblage of 5 persons L.

N. of a daughter of Viśva-rūpa and wife of Bharata BhP. ( v.l. pāñcajanī )

°nī'na mfn. devoted or consecrated to the 5 races TS. TBr. ( also °nīya AitBr. ŚāṅkhŚr. ; Pāṇ. 5-i, 9 Vārtt. 4 Pat. ).

m. an actor, a buffoon L.

the chief of 5 men W.



pañca-jitaṃ-te [ paJcajitaMte ]

N. of a Stotra



pañca-jñāna [ paJcajJAna ]

m. ' possessing fivefold knowledge ', a Buddha L.



pañca-ḍākinī [ paJcaDAkinI ]

f. N. of a female attendant on Devi W.



pañca-takṣa [ paJcatakSa ]

n.



pañca-takṣī [ paJcatakSI ]

f. a collection of 5 carpenters L.



pañca-tattva [ paJcatattva ]

n. the 5 elements collectively ( cf. tattva ) L.

( in the Tantras ) the 5 essentials ( = pañca-makāra, q.v. )

-prakāśa m. °tvâtmaka-stotra n. N. of wks.



pañca-tantra [ paJcatantra ]

n. N. of the well-known collection of moral stories and fables in 5 books from which the Hitopadeśa is partly taken ( also -ka )

of a poem by Dharma-paṇḍita

-kāvya-darpaṇa m. N. of wk.



pañca-tanmātra [ paJcatanmAtra ]

n. sg. the 5 subtle rudiments of the 5 elements Kap



pañca-tapa [ paJcatapa ]

mfn. = -tapas mfn.



pañca-tapas [ paJcatapas ]

n. ( ibc. ) the 5 fires ( to which an ascetic who practices self-mortification exposes himself. viz. one fire towards each of the 4 quarters, and the sun overhead )

mfn. sitting between the 5 fires Mn. vi, 23 ( cf. MWB. 30, n. 2 )

po'nvita mfn. id. R.



pañca-tā [ paJcatA ]

f. five foldness, fivefold state or amount Mn. viii, 151

an aggregate or a collection of 5 things ( esp. ) the 5 elements , viz. earth, air, fire, water and akāśa ether, and dissolution into them i.e. death ( -tām with √ gam, etc., to die, with upa-√ nī, to kill ) Kāv. Suśr. Pur.



pañca-tāra [ paJcatAra ]

mfn. five-starred MW.



pañca-tikta [ paJcatikta ]

n. 5 bitter things ( viz. nimba, amṛtā, vṛṣa, paṭola, and ṇidigdhikā ) Bhpr.

-ghṛta n. a partic. mixture, Rasav



pañca-tīthī [ paJcatIthI ]

f. any five principal places of pilgrimage ( esp. Viśrānti Saukara, Naimisha, Prayāga, and Pushkara ) VarP.

N. of a sacred bathing-place Kathās

bathing on the day of the equinox ( ? ) W.



pañca-triṃśá [ paJcatriMza ]

mf ( ī ) n. the 35th ŚBr.

+ 35 Jyot



pañca-trinśat [ paJcatrinzat ]

( pá° ), 35 ŚBr., ch. of MBh.

°śac-chlokī and °śat-pīṭhikā f. N. of wks.



pañca-triṃśati [ paJcatriMzati ]

f. 35 Rājat



pañca-triṃśika [ paJcatriMzika ]

mfn. having the length of 35, Śulbas



pañca-trika [ paJcatrika ]

mfn. ( pl. ) 5 x 3 MBh.



pañca-tva [ paJcatva ]

n. fivefoldness

the 5 elements BhP.

dissolution, death ( pañca-tvaṃ gata mfn. dead Hit. ; -tā ). Yājñ. R. Var. etc.



pañca-daka [ paJcadaka ]

( ? ), m. pl. N. of a people MBh.



pañca-daṇḍa [ paJcadaNDa ]

mfn. having 5 sticks Pañcad

-cchattra-prabandha m. N. of a tale. 1



pañca-daśa [ paJcadaza ]

mf ( ī ) n. the 15th AV. etc.

+ 15 ŚāṅkhŚr.

consisting of 15 RV. etc.

containing or representing the Pañca-daśa Stoma, connected with it Br.

( ī ), f. ( sc. tithi ) the 15th day of a half month, the day of full or new moon TBr. Yājñ. Var

N. of sev. wks. ( also °śī-tantra n. -prakaraṇa n. -yantra- vidhāna n. -viveka m. -vyākhyā, f. -viveka m. -vyākhyā f. - samāsa, m. ) 2



pañca-daśa [ paJcadaza ]

for °śan in comp.

-karman n. N. of wk.

-kṛtvas ind. 15 times Lāṭy

-cchadi ( pá° ), mfn. having 15 roofs TS.

-dhā ind. in or into 15 parts or ways MārkP.

-mālā-mantra-vidhi m. N. of wk.

-rātra m. a period of 15 nights, a fortnight Pāṇ. 3-3, 137 Kāś

-rcá ( for -ṛca ), mfn. consisting of 15 verses AV. Br.

-vat ( °śá- ), mfn. possessing the Pañca-daśa Stoma ŚBr.

-varṇamālikā f. N. of. Stotra

-vartani mfn. forming the path of a Pañca-daśa Stoma TS.

-vārṣika mf ( ī ) n. 15 years old Pañc

N. of a kind of Cāturmāsya ĀpŚr.

°śâkṣara ( pá° ), mfn. consisting of 15 syllables VS.

°śâha m. a period of 15 days Mn. v, 83

°sâhika mf ( ī ) n. lasting 15 days Yājñ. iii, 323



pañca-daśan [ paJcadazan ]

( pá° ), mfn. pl. ( gen. °śānām ŚBr.

instr. °śabhis L. ) 15 RV. etc.



pañca-daśama [ paJcadazama ]

mf ( ī ) n. the 15th, KūrmaP.



pañca-daśika [ paJcadazika ]

mfn. having the length of 15, Sulb



pañca-daśín [ paJcadazin ]

mfn. consisting of 15 parts ŚBr.



pañca-dāman [ paJcadAman ]

mf ( mnī ) n. having 5 cords Pāṇ. 4- 1, 29 Kāś



pañca-dīrgha [ paJcadIrgha ]

n. sg. the 5 long parts of the body ( viz. the arms , eyes, belly [ knees Buddh. ], nose, and breast ) L.



pañca-daivata [ paJcadaivata ]

mfn. having 5 deities ( organs of sense ) YogaśUp.



pañca-daivatya [ paJcadaivatya ]

n. a partic. gift to Brāhmans ( at the offering of which 5 deities are thought to be present ) Hcat



pañca-drāviḍa-jāti [ paJcadrAviDajAti ]

f. N. of wk. ( cf. pañca- gauḍa-brāhmaṇa-j° )



pañca-drauṇika [ paJcadrauNika ]

mf ( ī ) n. containing 5 Droṇas ( a partic. measure of capacity ) MBh.



pañca-dhanus [ paJcadhanus ]

m. N. of a prince VP.



pañca-dhā' [ paJcadhA ]

ind. in 5 ways or parts, fivefold AV. etc.

bandhyā-prakāśa ( ? ), m. N. of wk.



pañca-dhāraṇaka [ paJcadhAraNaka ]

mfn. upheld or subsisting by the 5 elements MBh.



pañca-dhīva [ paJcadhIva ]

mf ( ā ) n. = pañcabhir dhīvarībhiḥ krītaḥ Pat.



pañca-nakha [ paJcanakha ]

mfn. ' 5-clawed ', having 5 nails Var

m. a 5-clawed animal Mn. MBh. R.

an elephant L.

a lion Gal.

a tiger L. ( also °khin Gal. )

a tortoise L.



pañca-nada [ paJcanada ]

n. the Pañjāb or country of 5 rivers ( viz. the Śata-dru, Vipāśā, Irāvati, Candra-bhāgā, and Vitastā, i.e. the Sutlej, Beās, Rāvī, Chenāb, and Jhelum or Behut ) MBh. R. Rājat. ( also ī f. Hcat. )

N. of sev. Tirthas ( esp. of one near the junction of the Kiraṇā and, Dhūta-pāpā with the Ganges after the union of the latter river with the Yamunā and Sarasvati ) MBh. SkandaP.

m. or n. N. of a river produced by the junction of the 5 rivers of the Pañjāb and which falls into the Sindhu L.

m. a prince of Pañca-nada MBh. ( pl. the inhabitants of Pañca-nada MBh. )

N. of an Asura Hariv.

of a teacher VāmP.

-kṣetra-māhātmya n. N. of wk.

-tīrtha n. N. of a sacred bathing-place ( cf. above )

-māhātmya n. N. of wk.



pañca-nalīya [ paJcanalIya ]

n. N. of wk.



pañca-navata [ paJcanavata ]

mf ( ī ) n. the 95th ( ch. of MBh. and Hariv. )

+ 95 ( °te dinaśate, on the 195th day ) VarBṛS. xxi, 7



pañca-navati [ paJcanavati ]

f. 95 ( ch. of MBh. )

-tama mf ( ī ) n. 95th

the 95th ( ch. of R. )



pañca-nātha [ paJcanAtha ]

m. N. of an author Cat.



pañca-nāman [ paJcanAman ]

( pá° ), mf ( mnī ) n. hiving 5 names AV.

°mâvali f. N. of wk.



pañca-nāli [ paJcanAli ]

mfn. lasting 3 X 24 minutes Sāh



pañca-nidhana [ paJcanidhana ]

n. N. of sev. Sāmans ĀrshBr.



pañca-nimba [ paJcanimba ]

n. sg. the 5 products ( viz. the flowers, fruit, leaves, bark, and root ) of the Azadirachta Indica L.



pañca-nirgranthī-sūtra [ paJcanirgranthIsUtra ]

n. N. of wk. =



pañca-nīrājana [ paJcanIrAjana ]

n. waving 4 things ( viz. a lamp, lotus, cloth, mango or betel leaf ) before an idol and then falling prostrate W.



pañca-pakṣin [ paJcapakSin ]

m. or n. ( ? ), N. of a small wk. containing auguries ascribed to Śiva ( in which the 5 vowels a, i, u, e, o are connected with 5 birds ) L.

°kṣi-śāstra n. N. of wk. on augury



pañca-pakṣī [ paJcapakSI ]

f. N. of sev. wks. on astrology

-ṭīkā f. N. of sev. Comms



pañca-pañcaka [ paJcapaJcaka ]

( R. ),



pañca-pañcan [ paJcapaJcan ]

( BhP. ), 5 X 5 ( ibc. )



pañca-pañcanakha [ paJcapaJcanakha ]

m. species of 5 animals allowed to be killed and eaten ( vix. the hare, porcupine, alligator, rhinoceros, and tortoise ) W.



pañca-pañcāśa [ paJcapaJcAza ]

mf ( i ) n. the 55th ( ch. of MBh. )



pañca-pañcāśat [ paJcapaJcAzat ]

( pá° ), f. 55 ŚBr. etc.



pañca-pañcin [ paJcapaJcin ]

( pá° ), mfn. fivefold Br.



pañca-paṭala [ paJcapaTala ]

m. or n. N. of wk.



pañca-paṭalikā [ paJcapaTalikA ]

f. N. of wk.



pañca-paṭu [ paJcapaTu ]

mfn. = pañcabhiḥ paṭvībhiḥ krītaḥ Pat.



pañca-pattra [ paJcapattra ]

mfn. having 5 feathers R.

m. ' 5-leaved ', a species of Caṇḍāla-kanda L.



pañca-pada [ paJcapada ]

( pá° ), mf ( ā ) n. containing 5 Padas ŚBr.

( ī ), f. taking 5 steps, consisting of 5 feet or steps or parts TS. GṛS. ( fr. -pad ? )

' only 5 steps ', a cold or unfriendly relationship ( opp. to sāptapadīna, q.v. ), Bañc, ii, 123

the 5 strong cases ( viz. nom. and voc. sg. du. pl.

acc. sg. du. ), APrāt.

N. of a river in Śāka-dvīpa BhP.

°dârthī f. °dī-vivṛti f. N. of wks.



pañca-pariṣad [ paJcapariSad ]

f. an assembly taking place every 5th year Buddh.



pañca-parṇikā [ paJcaparNikA ]

or f. a species of small shrub L.



pañca-parṇī [ paJcaparNI ]

f. a species of small shrub L.



pañca-parva [ paJcaparva ]

mf ( ā ) n. ( river ) having 5 windings ŚvetUp.



pañca-parvata [ paJcaparvata ]

n. ' the 5 peaks ' ( of the Him^alayas ) L.



pañca-parvan [ paJcaparvan ]

mfn. 5-knotted ( as an arrow ) R.

m. a stick with 5 knots Kauś

°va- and °vī-māhātmya n. °vīya-vidhi m. N. of wks.



pañca-pala [ paJcapala ]

( Yājñ. ),



pañca-palika [ paJcapalika ]

( KātyŚr. Sch. ), mfn. weighing 5 Palas

°lī f. a weight of 5 Palas Kathās



pañca-pallava [ paJcapallava ]

n. the aggregate of 5 sprigs or shoots of the Āmra , Jambū, Kapittha, Bīja-pūraka, and Bilva ( according to others, of the Āmra, Aśvattha, Vaṭa, Parkaṭī, and Yajñ^odumbara

or of the Panasa, Āmra, Aśvattha, Vaṭa, and Bakula L.

or of the spondias, rose-apple, Bel or marmelos, citron, and wood- apple W. )



pañca-paśu [ paJcapazu ]

m. ( ! ) sg. the 5 sacrificial animals KātyŚr.

mfn. destined for the 5 sacrificial animals Vait



pañca-pātra [ paJcapAtra ]

n. a partic. vessel for purifying water used at the Ācamana ( q.v. ) RTL. xxi

n. 5 cups or vessels collectively or a Śrāddha in which offerings are made in 5 vessels L.



pañca-pāda [ paJcapAda ]

( pá° ), mfn. 5-footed RV. AV.

( ī ), f. N. of wk. on the Uṇ-ādis



pañca-pādikā [ paJcapAdikA ]

f. N. of a philos. wk.

-ṭīkā f. -ṭikā-tattva-dīpana n. -dhyāsabhāṣya-vyākhyā ( °kâdh° ), f. -vivaraṇa n. ( °ṇa-prakāśikā f. ), -vyākhyā f. -śāstra-darpaṇa m. N. of Comms



pañca-pitta [ paJcapitta ]

n. the gall or bile of 5 animals ( viz. the boar, goat, buffalo, fish, and peacock ) L.



pañca-pura [ paJcapura ]

n. N. of a city Śukas



pañca-purāṇīya [ paJcapurANIya ]

mfn. worth 5 Purāṇas ( a partic. coin ) Kull. on Mn. xi, 227



pañca-puruṣam [ paJcapuruSam ]

ind. through 5 generations of men ĀpŚr. Sch.



pañca-puṣpamaya [ paJcapuSpamaya ]

mf ( i ) n. formed or consisting of 5 flowers Kathās



pañca-pūlī [ paJcapUlI ]

f. 5 bunches Pāṇ. 2-1, 51 Vārtt. 6 Pat.



pañca-prakaraṇa [ paJcaprakaraNa ]

n. N. of wk.



pañca-prakaraṇī [ paJcaprakaraNI ]

f. N. of wk.



pañca-prayāga [ paJcaprayAga ]

m. a kind of oblation RTL. 367



pañca-prayoga [ paJcaprayoga ]

m. N. of wk.



pañca-prastha [ paJcaprastha ]

mfn. having 5 elevations or rising grounds ( said of a forest ) BhP.



pañca-praharaṇa [ paJcapraharaNa ]

mfn. having 5 carriage-boxes ib.



pañca-prâṇa [ paJcaprANa ]

m. pl. the 5 vital airs ( supposed to be in the body )

°ṇâhuti-khaṇḍa m. or n. ( ? ) N. of wk.



pañca-prādeśa [ paJcaprAdeza ]

mf ( ā ) n. 5 spans long KātyŚr.



pañca-prāsāda [ paJcaprAsAda ]

m. a temple with 4 pinnacles and a steeple W.



pañca-phuṭṭika [ paJcaphuTTika ]

m. ' weaving 5 Phuṭṭikās ( s.v. ) in a day ', N. of a Śūdra Kathās



pañca-baddha [ paJcabaddha ]

mfn. pl. joined into 5 Hariv.



pañca-bandha [ paJcabandha ]

m. a fine equal to the 5th part of anything lost or stolen Yājñ.



pañca-bandhura [ paJcabandhura ]

See -vandh°



pañca-bala [ paJcabala ]

n. the 5 forces ( viz. faith, energy, recollection, self-concentration, reason ) MWB. 50



pañca-balā [ paJcabalA ]

f. the 5 plants called Balā ( viz. balā, nāga-b°, mahā-b°, ati-b°, and rāja-b° ) L.



pañca-bāṇa [ paJcabANa ]

m. ' having 5 arrows ', N. of the god of love Kālid. Daś. etc.

vijaya and -vilāsa m. N. of wks.



pañca-bāṇī [ paJcabANI ]

f. the 5 arrows ( of the god of love ) Naish



pañca-bāhu [ paJcabAhu ]

m. ' 5-armed ', N. of one of the attendants of Śiva Hariv.



pañca-bindu-prasṛta [ paJcabinduprasRta ]

n. N. of a partic. movement in dancing Daś



pañca-bila [ paJcabila ]

( pá° ), mfn. having 5 openings ŚBr.



pañca-bīja [ paJcabIja ]

n. a collection of 5 kinds of seeds ( viz. of Cardiospermum Halicacabum, Trigonella Foenum Graecum, Asteracantha Longifolia, Ligusticum Ajowan, and cumin-seed

or of Trapusa, Karkati, Dāḍima, Padma, and Vānari

or of Sinapis Racemosa, Ligusticum Ajowan, cumin-seed, sesamum from Khorasan, and poppy ) L.



pañca-bodha [ paJcabodha ]

m. N. of wk.



pañca-brahma-mantra [ paJcabrahmamantra ]

m. N. of wk.



pañca-brahma-vidyôpaniṣad [ paJcabrahmavidyopaniSad ]

f. N. of wk.



pañca-brahmôpaniṣad [ paJcabrahmopaniSad ]

f. N. of wk.



pañca-bhaṅga [ paJcabhaGga ]

m. pl. boughs of 5 partic. trees Hcat



pañca-bhaṭṭīya [ paJcabhaTTIya ]

n. N. of wk.



pañca-bhadra [ paJcabhadra ]

mfn. having 5 good qualities or auspicious marks Hcar.

consisting of 5 good ingredients ( as a decoction ), ŚarṅgS.

vicious L.

m. a kind of pavilion Vāstuv

n. a partic. mixture Bhpr.



pañca-bhāra [ paJcabhAra ]

mfn. having the weight of 5 Bhāras Siṉhâs



pañca-bhāṣā-maṇi [ paJcabhASAmaNi ]

m. N. of wk.



pañca-bhuja [ paJcabhuja ]

m. 5-armed, pentagonal

m. N. of Gan^eśa Gal.

a pentagon W.



pañca-bhūta [ paJcabhUta ]

n. pl. the 5 elements ( earth, air, fire, water, and ākāśa ) Kap

-parityakta mfn. deserted by the 5 elements ( as a dead body ) MW.

-vādârtha and -viveka m. N. of wks.

°tâtmaka mfn. consisting of 5 elements ( as the human body ) Suśr.



pañca-bhūryābhimukhā [ paJcabhUryAbhimukhA ]

( ! ), f. N. of an Apsaras Kāraṇḍ



pañca-bhṛṅga [ paJcabhRGga ]

m. or n. N. of the 5 plants Deva-dālī, Śamī, Bhaṅgā, Nirguṇi, and Tamala-pattra L.



pañca-bhautika [ paJcabhautika ]

w.r. for pāñcabh°



pañca-ma-kāra [ paJcamakAra ]

n. the 5 essentials of the left-hand Tantra ritual ( the words for which begin with the letter m, viz. madya, wine

māṃsa, meat

matsya, fish

mudrā, intertwining of the fingers

and maithuna, sexual union ) W. ( cf. -tattva and RTL. 192 )



pañca-mantra-tanu [ paJcamantratanu ]

m. whose body consists of 5 Mantras ', N. of Śiva ( with Śaivas ) Sarvad



pañca-maya [ paJcamaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. consisting of 5 ( elements ) MārkP.



pañca-mahākalpa [ paJcamahAkalpa ]

m. N. of Viṣṇu MBh. xii, 338



pañca-mahāpātakin [ paJcamahApAtakin ]

mfn. guilty of the 5 great sins ( See mahā-pātaka ) MW.



pañca-mahābhūta-maya [ paJcamahAbhUtamaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. consisting of 5 elements Hcar.



pañca-mahāyajña [ paJcamahAyajJa ]

m. pl. the 5 great devotional acts of the Hindūs ( See mahā-y° ) W.

-vidhi m. N. of wk.



pañca-mahiṣa [ paJcamahiSa ]

n. the 5 products of the buffalo cow ( cf. pañca-gavya ) Suśr.



pañca-māṣaka [ paJcamASaka ]

( f. ī ! Gaut. ) and mfn. consisting of or amounting to 5 Māshas. 1



pañca-māṣika [ paJcamASika ]

( Mn. ), mfn. consisting of or amounting to 5 Māshas. 1



pañca-māsya [ paJcamAsya ]

mfn. ( for 2. See under pañcama ) happening every 5 months or containing 5 months AitBr.



pañca-mithyātva-ṭīkā [ paJcamithyAtvaTIkA ]

f. N. of wk.



pañca-mukha [ paJcamukha ]

mf ( ī ) n. 5-faced or 5-headed ( also applied to Prajā-pati ) KaushUp.

m. N. of Śiva L.

a lion L.

an arrow with 5 points R.

( ī ), f. Gendarussa Vulgaris L.



pañca-mudrā [ paJcamudrA ]

f. 5 gestures to be made in presenting offerings to an idol W.



pañca-muṣṭ˘i [ paJcamuSTi ]

f. Trigonella Corniculata L.



pañca-muṣṭika [ paJcamuSTika ]

m. a partic. decoction Bhpr.



pañca-mūtra [ paJcamUtra ]

n. sg. the urine of 5 ( female animals, viz. the cow , goat, sheep, buffalo, and ass ) L.



pañca-mūrti [ paJcamUrti ]

and mfn. having a fivefold form ( applied to a partic. offering to Brahmans ) Hcat



pañca-mūrtika [ paJcamUrtika ]

mfn. having a fivefold form ( applied to a partic. offering to Brahmans ) Hcat



pañca-mūla [ paJcamUla ]

m. N. of an attendant of Durgā Kathās

n. ( also °laka ) and ( ī ), f. a class or group of 5 roots or plants with tuberous roots ( according to Suśr. there are 5 classes each containing 5 medicinal plant, viz. kanīyas or alpam or kṣudrakam, mahat, vallī-saṃjñaḥ [ sc. gaṇaḥ ], kaṇṭaka-s°, and triṇa-s° i.e. the smaller and the larger classes, the creepers, the thorny plants and the 5 kinds of grass

other groups are also enumerated ) Suśr. Bhpr. etc.



pañca-meni [ paJcameni ]

mfn. having 5 missiles AitBr.



pañca-yakṣā [ paJcayakSA ]

f. N. of a Tirtha MBh.



pañca-yajña [ paJcayajJa ]

m. pl. the 5 religious acts or oblations of a house-keeper ( cf. pañca-mahāyajña )

-paribhraṣṭa m. a Brāhman who omits to perform the 5 religious acts MW.



pañca-yāma [ paJcayAma ]

( pá° ), mfn. having 5 courses ( as a sacrifice ) RV.

N. of a son of Ātapa ( who was son of Vibhāvasu and Ushā ) BhP.



pañca-yuga [ paJcayuga ]

n. a cycle of 5 years, a lustrum MBh.



pañca-yojaná [ paJcayojana ]

n. ( AV. ),



pañca-yojanī [ paJcayojanI ]

f. ( Rājat. ) a way or distance of 5 Yojanas



pañca-rakṣaka [ paJcarakSaka ]

m. a species of plant L.



pañca-rakṣā [ paJcarakSA ]

f. N. of wk.



pañca-ratna [ paJcaratna ]

n. a collection of 5 jewels or precious things ( viz. gold, diamond, sapphire, ruby, and pearl Hcat

or gold, silver, coral, pearl, and Rāga-paṭṭa L. )

N. of sev. wks.

pl. the 5 gems or most admired episodes of the MBh. MW.

-kalā f. -kiraṇâvali f. -prakāśa m. N. of wks.

-maya mf ( ā !) n. consisting of the 5jewels Hcat

-mālikā f. -stava m. °nâkara-stotra n. N. of Stotras



pañca-raśmi [ paJcarazmi ]

( páñca- ), mfn. ( a chariot ) having 5 strings or traces RV.



pañca-rasā [ paJcarasA ]

f. the Emblic Myrobolan tree L.



pañca-rājī-phala [ paJcarAjIphala ]

m. Trichosanthes Dioeca L.



pañca-rātra [ paJcarAtra ]

or m. a period of 5 days ( nights ) Kauś. Mn. etc.



pañca-rātraka [ paJcarAtraka ]

m. a period of 5 days ( nights ) Kauś. Mn. etc.

( °trá ), mfn. lasting 5 days ŚBr. MBh. ( also °traka Pañc. )

m. N. of an Ahīna ( See 1. áh° ) which lasts 5 days TāṇḍBr. ŚrS.

N. of the sacred books of various Vaishṇava sects ( also pl. ) MBh. R. etc.

dīpikā f. -naivedya-vidhāna n. -pakvânna vidhāna n. - prāyaścitta n. -rakṣā f. N. of wks.



pañca-rātrika [ paJcarAtrika ]

w.r. for pāñcar°



pañca-rāśika [ paJcarAzika ]

mfn. relating to the 5 ratios or proportions of numbers

n. the rule of 5, the rule of proportion with 5 terms Col.



pañca-rudra [ paJcarudra ]

m. N. of an author °drīya n. °drôpaniṣad-bhāṣya n. N. of wks.



pañca-rūpa-kośa [ paJcarUpakoza ]

m. N. of wk.



pañca-rcá [ paJcarca ]

( for -ṛca ), mfn. consisting of 5 verses

m. a stanza consisting of 5 verses AV. ŚāṅkhGṛ.



pañca-lakṣaṇa [ paJcalakSaNa ]

mfn. possessing 5 characteristics ( said of the Purāṇas, which ought strictly to comprehend 5 topics, viz. the creation of the universe, its destruction and renovation, the genealogy of gods and patriarchs, the reigns of the Manus, and the history of the solar and lunar races )

n. a Purāṇa or mythological poem W.

-vidhi m. N. of wk.



pañca-lakṣaṇī [ paJcalakSaNI ]

f. N. of sev. wks. ( also -kroḍa m. -ṭīkā f. -prakāśa m. -vivecana n. ṇy-anugama, m. )



pañca-lambaka [ paJcalambaka ]

n. N. of Kathās. xiv



pañca-lavaṇa [ paJcalavaNa ]

n. 5 kinds of salt ( viz. kāca, saindhava, sāmudra, viḍa, and sauvarcala ) Suśr.



pañca-lāṅgala [ paJcalAGgala ]

( ibc. ) a gift of as much land as can be cultivated with 5 ploughs ( also -ka Hcat. MatsyaP. )

-dāna-vidhi m. N. of wk.



pañca-loha [ paJcaloha ]

n. a metallic alloy containing 5 metals ( viz. copper. brass, tin, lead, and iron ) L.



pañca-lohaka [ paJcalohaka ]

n. the 5 metals ( viz. gold, silver, copper, tin , and lead ) L.



pañca-vaktra [ paJcavaktra ]

mfn. 5-faced Hariv. R.

m. N. of Śiva Dhūrtas

of one of the attendants of Skanda MBh.

a lion L.

( ā ), f. N. of Durgā Cat.

-rasa m. a partic. mixture Bhpr.

-stotra n. N. of a Stotra



pañca-vaṭa [ paJcavaTa ]

m. ' 5-threaded ', the Brāhmanieal cord ( but cf. RTL. 361 ) L.

N. of a man Rājat

( ī ), f. the 5 fig-trees ( N. applied to Aśvattha, Bilva, Vaṭa, Dhātri, and Aśoka ) SkandaP.

( also n. ) N. of a part of the great southern forest where the Godāvarī rises and where the banished Rāma resided MBh. R. Ragh

°ṭa- or °ṭī-māhātmya n. N. of wk.



pañca-vadana-stotra [ paJcavadanastotra ]

n. N. of a Stotra ( cf. pañcavaktra-st° )



pañca-vandhura [ paJcavandhura ]

mfn. having 5 seats BhP. ( cf. tri- v° )



pañca-varga [ paJcavarga ]

m. a class or group or series of 5, e.g. the 5 constituent elements of the body ( cf. 1. dhātu ) R. ii, 118, 27

the 5 classes of spies ( viz. a pilgrim or rogue, an ascetic who has violated his vows, a distressed agriculturist, a decayed merchant, a fictitious devotee ) Kull. vii, 154

the 5 organs of sense, the 5 devotional acts etc. ( also i f. )

mfn. proceeding in 5 lines or at, times KātyŚr.



pañca-varṇa [ paJcavarNa ]

mfn. ' 5-coloured ' L. ( Mṛcch. i, 7/8 ? )

fivefold, of 5 kinds ( -tā f. ) Hcat

m. N. of a mountain Hariv.

of a forest ib. ( v.l. pāñc° )



pañca-vardhana [ paJcavardhana ]

m. a species of plant L.



pañca-varṣa [ paJcavarSa ]

( KātyŚr. ) mfn. 5 years old

°ṣadeśīya ( L. ) and °ṣaka-deśīya ( MBh. ), mfn. about 5 years old



pañca-varṣaka [ paJcavarSaka ]

( MBh. ) mfn. 5 years old

°ṣadeśīya ( L. ) and °ṣaka-deśīya ( MBh. ), mfn. about 5 years old



pañca-varṣika-maha [ paJcavarSikamaha ]

m. a kind of festival or ceremony L.



pañca-varṣiya [ paJcavarSiya ]

mfn. 5 years old Śatr



pañca-vali [ paJcavali ]

mfn. having 5 folds or incisions KātyŚr.



pañca-valkala [ paJcavalkala ]

n. a collection of the bark of 5 kinds of trees ( viz. the Indian, glomerous, holy, and waved-leaf fig-tree, and Calamus Rotang, i.e. Nyag-rodha, Udumbara, Aśvattha, Plaksha, and Vetasa

but other trees are sometimes substituted ) Rasar



pañca-vallabhā [ paJcavallabhA ]

f. ' dear to 5 ', N. of Draupadi Gal.



pañca-vastu [ paJcavastu ]

n. ( ? ), N. of wk.



pañca-vātī'ya [ paJcavAtIya ]

m. a partic. oblation offered to the 5 winds at the Rājasūya ŚBr.



pañca-vāda [ paJcavAda ]

m. N. of wk.

-kroḍa-pattra n. ṭīkā f. N. of wks.



pañca-vārṣika [ paJcavArSika ]

mf ( ī ) n. 5 years old, recurring every 5 years

n. and -maha m. ( prob. ) = pañca-varṣika-maha Divyâv. L.



pañca-vāhín [ paJcavAhin ]

mfn. yoked with 5, drawn by 5 ( as a carriage ) AV.



pañca-viṃśá [ paJcaviMza ]

mf ( ī ) n. the 25th ŚBr. etc.

containing or consisting of 25 ib.

representing the Pañcaviṃśa Stoma, belonging to it, celebrated with it, etc. Br. ŚāṅkhŚr.

m. a Stoma consisting of 25 parts VS. ŚBr.

N. of Viṣṇu regarded as the 25th Tattva BhP.

-brāhmaṇa n. a Brāhmaṇa consisting of 25 books, N. of the TāṇḍyaBr.



pañca-viṃśaka [ paJcaviMzaka ]

mfn. the 25th BhP.

consisting of 25 L.

( with vayasā ) 25 years old R.



pañca-viṃśat [ paJcaviMzat ]

f. 25 Hcat



pañca-viṃśati [ paJcaviMzati ]

( pá° ), f. id. VS. ŚBr.

a collection of 25 ( also °tī and °tikā

See vetāla- )

-gaṇa m. a multitude of 25 Kap

-tama or °ti-ma mf ( ī ) n. the 25th MBh.

-rātra mfn. lasting 25 nights ( days ) KātyŚr.

-sāhasrikā f. N. of a Prajñāpāramitā L.



pañca-viṃśatika [ paJcaviMzatika ]

mfn. ( a fine ) consisting of or amounting to 25 ( Paṇas ) Yājñ. ii, 205

n. the number 25 MBh.

( ā ), f. See -viṃśati



pañca-vikrama [ paJcavikrama ]

mfn. ( a carriage ) moving in a fivefold manner BhP.



pañca-vigrāham [ paJcavigrAham ]

ind. by distributing 5 times or by a fivefold distribution ĀśvŚr.



pañca-vijaya [ paJcavijaya ]

m. N. of wk.



pañca-vidha [ paJcavidha ]

( páñca- or pañcá- ), mfn. of 5 kinds, fivefold ŚBr.

-nāma-bhāṣya n. -sūtra n. N. of wks.



pañca-vidheya [ paJcavidheya ]

n. = -vidhasūtra



pañca-vīra-goṣṭha [ paJcavIragoSTha ]

n. ( prob. ) an assembly. room named ' the 5 heroes ', i.e. the 5 sons of Pāṇḍu Daś



pañca-vṛkṣa [ paJcavRkSa ]

n. sg. or m. pl. ' the 5 trees ' ( of Svarga, viz. Mandāra, Pārijātaka, Saṃtāna, Kalpa-vṛksha, and Hari- candana ) MW.



pañca-vṛt [ paJcavRt ]

( ŚāṅkhGṛ. ) and ind. fivefold, 5 times



pañca-vṛtam [ paJcavRtam ]

( Gobh. ), ind. fivefold, 5 times



pañca-śata [ paJcazata ]

mf ( ī ) n. 500 ( pl. ) MBh. BhP.

( a fine ) amounting to 500 Yājñ.

fined 500 ( Paṇas ) Mn.

the 500th ( °te kāle, in the 500th year ) MBh.

n. 105 Lāṭy. ; 500 Mn. MBh.

( ī ), f. 500 Kathās

a period of 500 years Vajracch.

N. of wk.

-tama mf ( ī ) n. the 105th ( ch. of R. )

°tīprabandha m. N. of wk.



pañca-śatika [ paJcazatika ]

mfn. 500 ( feet etc. ), high Hcat



pañca-śara [ paJcazara ]

m. = -bāṇa Prab. ( ī f. = -bā'ṇī Naish. )

-nirṇaya m. -vijaya m. -vyākhyā f. N. of wks.



pañca-śarāva [ paJcazarAva ]

mfn. ( a measure ) containing 5 Śarāvas ( q.v. ) Jaim



pañca-śala [ paJcazala ]

( pá° ), m. or n. ( ? ) a distance of 5 Salas ( q.v. ) AV.



pañca-śas [ paJcazas ]

ind. by fives, 5 by 5 BhP.



pañca-śasya [ paJcazasya ]

See -sasya



pañca-śākha [ paJcazAkha ]

mfn. 5-branched, 5-fingered R.

m. the hand Dhūrtan



pañca-śāradī'ya [ paJcazAradIya ]

m. N. of a Pañc^aha representing 5 years Br. ŚrS.



pañca-śāstra [ paJcazAstra ]

n. N. of the sacred books of various Vaishṇava sects Hcat. ( cf. -rātra )



pañca-śikha [ paJcazikha ]

mfn. ' 5-crested ', having tufts of hair on the head ( as an ascetic ) MBh. ( °khi-kṛta mfn. made an ascetic Bhartṛ. )

m. a lion L.

N. of a Śāṃkhya teacher ( called also -muni, a pupil of Āsuri ) MBh. VāyuP. etc.

of an attendant of Śiva Kathās

of a Gandharva L.



pañca-śikhin [ paJcazikhin ]

mfn. = -śikha mfn. AV. Pariś



pañca-śirīṣa [ paJcazirISa ]

m. a medicine composed of 5 parts ( viz. root, bark , leaf, flower, and fruit ) of the Acacia Sirissa Car.



pañca-śila [ paJcazila ]

mf ( ā ) n. consisting of 5 rocks Cat.



pañca-śīrṣa [ paJcazIrSa ]

mf ( ā ) n. 5-headed MBh. ; 5-eared (as corn, sc. on one stalk ) ib.

m. N. of a mountain Buddh.



pañca-śīla [ paJcazIla ]

n. the 5 chief rules of conduct for Buddhists MWB. 89 ; 126



pañca-śukla [ paJcazukla ]

m. ' having 5 white spots ', a species of venomous insect Suśr.



pañca-śūraṇa [ paJcazUraNa ]

n. the 5 -bulbous plants called ) Śūraṇas ( q.v. ) L.



pañca-śairīṣaka [ paJcazairISaka ]

n. the 5 products of the Acacia Sirissa ( cf. śirīṣa ) . L.



pañca-śaila [ paJcazaila ]

m. N. of a mountain MārkP.



pañca-ślokī [ paJcazlokI ]

f. N. of wk.



pañca-ṣa [ paJcaSa ]

mf ( ā ) n. pl. 5 or 6 Kāv



pañca-ṣaṣṭa [ paJcaSaSTa ]

mf ( ī ) n. the 65th ( ch. of MBh. and Hariv. )



pañca-ṣaṣṭi [ paJcaSaSTi ]

f. 65 ( ch. of MBh. )

-tama mf ( ī ) n. the 65th ( ch. of MBh. and R. )



pañca-saṃskāra [ paJcasaMskAra ]

m. ' 5 rites ', N. of wk.

-prayoga m. -mahiman m. -vidhi m. N. of wks.



pañca-sattra [ paJcasattra ]

n. N. of a place Rājat



pañca-saṃdhi [ paJcasaMdhi ]

m. N. of wk.



pañca-sapta [ paJcasapta ]

( in comp. for °ptan ), 5 x 7, 35 MārkP.



pañca-saptata [ paJcasaptata ]

mf ( i ) n. the 75th ( ch. of MBh. and Hariv. )



pañca-saptati [ paJcasaptati ]

f. 75 ( ch. of MBh. )

-tama mf ( ī ) n. the 75th ( ch. of MBh. and R. )



pañca-samāsīya [ paJcasamAsIya ]

n. N. of wk.



pañca-savana [ paJcasavana ]

n. ( a sacrifice ) containing 5 Savanas ( q.v. ) ĀpŚr.



pañca-sasya [ paJcasasya ]

n. sg. 5 species of grain ( viz. Dhānya, Mudga, Tila, Yava, and Śveta-sarshapa or Māsha ) L.



pañca-sahasrī [ paJcasahasrI ]

f. sg. ( ifc. -ka mfn. ) 5000 Kathās



pañca-sāṃvatsarika [ paJcasAMvatsarika ]

mf ( ī ) n. ' recurring every 5 years ', N. of a kind of Cāturmāsya ĀpŚr. Sch.



pañca-sāmaka [ paJcasAmaka ]




pañca-sāyaka [ paJcasAyaka ]

n. ( ? ) N. of wk.



pañca-sāra [ paJcasAra ]

mfn. consisting of 5 parts or ingredients Suśr.

n. ( ? ) N. of wk.



pañca-siddhânta [ paJcasiddhAnta ]

m. N. of the Bhāsvati-karaṇa ( q.v. )



pañca-siddhântikā [ paJcasiddhAntikA ]

f. N. of an astron. wk. by Varāha-mihira ( founded on the 5 older astron. wks., and called by Var. himself Karaṇa )



pañca-siddhaˆuṣadhika [ paJcasiddhauSadhika ]

mfn. consisting of 5 kinds of medic. plants L.



pañca-siddhauṣadhī [ paJcasiddhauSadhI ]

f. the 5 medic. plants ib.



pañca-sugandhaka [ paJcasugandhaka ]

n. a collection of 5 kinds of aromatic vegetable substances ( viz. cloves, nutmeg, camphor, aloe wood, and Kakkola , q.v. ) L.



pañca-sûkta [ paJcasUkta ]

n. ' 5 Vedic hymns ', N. of wk.



pañca-sūtra [ paJcasUtra ]

n. ( and ī f. ) ' 5 Sūtras ', N. of wk.



pañca-sūnā [ paJcasUnA ]

m. pl. 5 things in a house by which animal life may be accidentally destroyed ( viz. the fire-place, slab for grinding condiments, broom, pestle and mortar, and water-pot ) W. RTL. 418



pañca-skandha [ paJcaskandha ]

( ibc. ) = °dhī

-vimocaka m. N. of Buddha Divyâv



pañca-skandhaka [ paJcaskandhaka ]

n. N. of wk.



pañca-skandhī [ paJcaskandhI ]

f. sg. the 5 Skandhas ( s.v. ) or constituent elements Buddh.



pañca-stava [ paJcastava ]

m. ( and vyākhyā f. ),



pañca-stavī [ paJcastavI ]

f. N. of wk.



pañca-smṛti [ paJcasmRti ]

f. 5 law-books ', N. of wk.



pañca-srotas [ paJcasrotas ]

n. = manas Nīlak



pañca-svarā [ paJcasvarA ]

f. N. of an astrol. wk. on divination

-nirṇaya m. N. of Comm.

°rêdaya m. N. of wk.



pañca-svastyayana [ paJcasvastyayana ]

n. N. of wk.



pañca-havis [ paJcahavis ]

mfn. furnished with 5 oblations ŚāṅkhŚr.



pañca-hasta [ paJcahasta ]

m. ' 5-handed ', N. of a son of Manu VP.

of a place Rājat



pañca-hāyana [ paJcahAyana ]

mfn. 5 years old BhP.



pañca-hāva [ paJcahAva ]

m. N. of a son of Manu Rohita Hariv. ( v.l. -hotra )



pañca-hotṛ [ paJcahotR ]

( pá° ), mfn. attended by 5 priests ( ? ) RV. v , 42, 1

m. ( sc. mantra ) N. of a partic. formula in which 5 deities are named ( as Hotṛ, Adhvaryu etc. ) Br. ŚrS.



pañca-hotra [ paJcahotra ]

See -hāva



pañca-hrada-tīrtha [ paJcahradatIrtha ]

n. N. of a place of pilgrimage SkandaP.



pañcâṃśa [ paJcAMza ]

m. the 5th part, 1/5 Var



pañcâkṣa [ paJcAkSa ]

m. ' 5-eyed ', N. of a Gaṇa of Śiva Hariv.



pañcâkṣara [ paJcAkSara ]

mfn. consisting of 5 syllables VS. AitBr. etc.

m. N. of a poet

( ī ), f. See s.v.

-kalpa m. N. of wk.

-maya mf ( ī ) n. consisting of 5 syllables Hcat

-mākātmya n. N. of wk.

-śas ind. by 5 syllables Lāṭy



pañcâkṣarī [ paJcAkSarI ]

f. 5 syllables Viddh

-yantrôpadeśa m. -vidhāna n. -ṣaṭprayoga m. stotra - n. N. of wks.



pañcâkhyāna [ paJcAkhyAna ]

n. = °ca-tantra ( q.v. )

-varttika n. N. of wk.



pañcâgni [ paJcAgni ]

( mostly in comp. ) = °ca-tapas ( q.v. ), n. the 5 sacred fires ( viz. Anvāhārya-pacana or Dakshiṇa, Gārhapatya, Āhavanīya, Sabhya, and Āvasathya ) ; 5 mystic fires supposed to be present in the body W.

mfn. -ca-tapas mfn. Kathās

maintaining the 5 sacred fires KaṭhUp. Mn. etc.

acquainted with the doctrine of the 5 mystic fires W.

-ka n. N. of a partic. observance MānSr

-tva n. a collection or aggregate of 5 fires or inflammatory passions Kathās

-vidyā f. the ( esoteric ) doctrine of the 5 fires Śaṃk. ( - prakaraṇa n. N. of wk. )

-sādhana n. ' doing the 5 fire penance ' ( a form of self- mortification ) Cat. ( cf. pañcatapas )

°gny-ādhāna n. setting up the 5 sacred fires TBr. Sch.



pañcâṅga [ paJcAGga ]

n. ( mostly ibc. ) 5 members or parts of the body Kir. ; 5 parts of a tree ( viz. root, bark, leaf, flower, and fruit ) L. ; 5 modes of devotion ( viz. silent prayer, oblations, libations, bathing idols, and feeding Brāhmans ) W.

any aggregate of 5 parts ib.

mf ( ī ) n. 5-limbed, 5-membered ( with praṇāma m. obeisance made with the arms, knees, head, voice, and look Tantras. )

having 5 parts or subdivisions Kāv. ( also °gika Suśr. )

m. a tortoise or turtle L. ( cf. pañcâṅga-gupta ) a horse with 5 spots in various parts of his body L. ( cf. pañca-bhadra )

( ī ), f. a bit for horses KātyŚr.

a kind of bandage Suśr.

n. a calendar or almanac ( treating of 5 things, viy. solar days , lunar days, Nakshatras Yogas. and Karaṇas ) L.

-kautuka n. -kaumudī f. -gaṇita n. N. of wks.

-gupta m. a tortoise or turtle L. ( cf. pañca-g° )

-tattva n. N. of wk.

-pattra n. a calendar or almanac L. ( See above )

-phala n. -ratnâvalī f. -rudranyāsa m. -vinoda m. N. of wks.

-viprahīna and -vipratihīna m. N. of Buddha Divyâv

-śuddhi f. the favourableness of 5 ( astrological circumstances, viz. the solar day, lunar day, Nakshatra, Yoga, and Karaṇa ) MW.

-śodha n. -saralī f. -sādhana n. ( °na-grahôdāharaṇa n. °nasāraṇī f. ), -sāraṇī f. N. of wks.

°ṅgâdika mfn. ( a pantomime ) dealing with 5 members ( cf. above ) etc., Malav. i, 6/7

°ṅgânayana n. N. of wk.



pañcâṅguri [ paJcAGguri ]

mfn. 5-fingered AV.



pañcâṅgula [ paJcAGgula ]

mfn. measuring 5 fingers

m. Ricinus Communis ( which has 5-lobed leaves ) Suśr.

( ī ), f. a species of shrub L.



pañcâṅguli [ paJcAGguli ]

mfn. 5 fingers broad Caṇḍ

having 5 fingers or finger-like divisions W.



pañcâja [ paJcAja ]

n. the 5 products of the goat Suśr. ( cf. ca- gavya )



pañcâtapā [ paJcAtapA ]

f. doing penance with 5 fires KālP. ( cf. °ca-tapas )



pañcâtmaka [ paJcAtmaka ]

mfn. consisting of 5 elements ( as the body ), fivefold ( -tva n. ) ŚvetUp.



pañcâdhyāyī [ paJcAdhyAyI ]

f. ' consisting of 5 chapters ', N. of sev. wks.



pañcânana [ paJcAnana ]

mfn. very fierce or passionate ( lit. 5-faced ) L.

m. N. of Śiva L. ( cf. RTL. 79 )

a lion Vcar. ( also at the end of names of learned men, e.g. jayarāma- p°, viśvanātha-p° )

N. of partic. strong medic. preparations Rasar

N. of an author and other men

( i ) f. N. of Durgā Rājat

-deśa m. N. of a place Cat.



pañcânanda-māhātmya [ paJcAnandamAhAtmya ]

n. N. of wk.



pañcânugāna [ paJcAnugAna ]

n. N. of sev. Sāmans ĀrshBr.



pañcāpañcī'nā [ paJcApaJcInA ]

f. N. of a partic. brick MaitrS.



pañcâpūpa [ paJcApUpa ]

mfn. having 5 cakes AV.



pañcâpsaras [ paJcApsaras ]

( R. ),



pañcâpsarasa [ paJcApsarasa ]

( BhP. ), n. N. of a lake or pool, supposed to have been produced by Manda-karṇi ( Śātakarṇi ) through the power of his penance ( so called because under it Mandakarni formed a secret chamber for 5 Apsaras who had seduced him )



pañcâbja-maṇḍala [ paJcAbjamaNDala ]

n. N. of a mystical circle Tantras



pañcâbdakhya [ paJcAbdakhya ]

mfn. existing for 5 years Mn. ii, 134



pañcâmṛta [ paJcAmRta ]

n. sg. and pl. the 5 kinds of divine food ( viz. milk , coagulated or sour milk, butter, honey, and sugar ) Hcat

the 5 elements Mālatīm. v, 2

mfn. consisting of 5 ingredients ( as a medicine ) L.

n. the aggregate of any 5 drugs of supposed efficacy W.

N. of a Tantra

°tâbhiṣekaprakāra m. N. of wk.



pañcâmla [ paJcAmla ]

n. sg. the aggregate of 5 acid plants ( the jujube, pomegranate, sorrel, spondias, and citron ) Bhpr.



pañcâyatana [ paJcAyatana ]

n. N. of a partic. ceremony ( at which 5 symbols are used ) RTL. 410-416

-paddhati f. -pratiṣṭhā-paddhati f. and °nártha-varṇa- śīrṣopaniṣad f. N. of wks.



pañcâyudha [ paJcAyudha ]

m. = °ca-bāṇa, in -prapañca m. -ratna-mālā, f. -stava m. -stotra n. N. of wks.



páñcâra [ paJcAra ]

mfn. ( a wheel ) having 5 spokes RV.



pañcârcis [ paJcArcis ]

m. ' having 5 rays ', the planet Mercury VP.



pañcârtha [ paJcArtha ]

n. sg. the 5 things ( with Pāśupatas ) Sarvad

-bhāṣyadījiṣikā f. N. of wk.



pañcârṣeya [ paJcArSeya ]

mf ( ī ) n. one who is descended from 5 Ṛṣis ĀpGṛ. Sch.



pañcā-vaṭa [ paJcAvaTa ]

= pañca-v°, q.v.



pañcâvattá [ paJcAvatta ]

mfn. 5 times cut off or taken up, consisting of 5 Avadānas ŚBr.

n. ( MānŚr. ), -tā f. and -tva n. ( KātyŚr. Sch. ) 5 Avadānas

°ttin mfn. one who offers oblations consisting of Avadānas GṛS. KātyŚr. Sch.

°ttī'ya mfn. offered in 5 Avadānas TBr.



pañcâvadāna [ paJcAvadAna ]

n. the offering ( of the Havis ) in 5 Avadānas MānGṛ.



pañcâvayava [ paJcAvayava ]

mfn. consisting of 5 members or parts

( with vākya ) n. a 5-membered argument, a syllogism Tarkas



pañcâvaraṇa-stotra [ paJcAvaraNastotra ]

n. N. of a Stotra



pañcâvarta [ paJcAvarta ]

mf ( ā ) n. having 5 whirls ŚvetUp.



pañcâvastha [ paJcAvastha ]

m. a corpse ( resolved into the 5 elements ) Gal.



pañcâvika [ paJcAvika ]

n. the 5 products of the sheep Suśr. ( cf. pañca-gavya, °câja ),



pañcāśīta [ paJcAzIta ]

mf ( ī ) n. the 85th ( ch. of MBh. and Hariv. )



pañcâśīti [ paJcAzIti ]

f. 85 ( ch. of MBh. )

N. of wk.

-tama mf ( i ) n. the 85th ( ch. of MBh. and R. )



pañcâśra [ paJcAzra ]

mfn. 5-cornered Hcat



pañcâsva [ paJcAsva ]

m. ' having 5 horses ', N. of a prince VP.



pañcâsuvandhura [ paJcAsuvandhura ]

mfn. whose carriage-seats ( ? ) are the 5 vital airs BhP.



pañcâstikāya [ paJcAstikAya ]

m. N. of wk.

-bālâvabodha m. -saṃgraha-sūtra n. N. of wks.



pañcâsya [ paJcAsya ]

mfn. 5-faced, 5-headed MBh. Hariv. ; 5-pointed ( as an arrow ) MBh.

m. a lion Kāv

N. of a partic. strong medicine Rasar



pañcâha [ paJcAha ]

m. a period of 5 days Kathās

( °há ), mfn. lasting 5 days

m. a Soma oblation with 5 Sutyā days Br. ŚrS.



pañcâhika [ paJcAhika ]

mfn. containing 5 feast days or festivals KātyŚr. Sch.



pañcêdhmīya [ paJcedhmIya ]

n. ( ? ) a nocturnal rite in which 5 torches etc. are used Āpast



pañcêndra [ paJcendra ]

mfn. one who has the 5 Indrāṇīs as his deity Pāṇ. 1-2 , 49 Sch.

-kalpa mfn. like 5 Indras MW.

°dropâkhyāna ( ? ), n. N. of wk.



pañcêndriya [ paJcendriya ]

n. the 5 organs of sense ( viz. the eye, ear, nose , tongue, and skin ) or the 5 organs of action ( viz. hands, feet, larynx, and organs of generation and excretion ) W.

pl. N. of a tale

mfn. having the 5 organs of sense MBh.



pañcêṣu [ paJceSu ]

m. = °ca-bāṇa Kāv



pañcôpacāraka [ paJcopacAraka ]

mf ( ikā ) n. consisting of 5 oblations Śāktân



pañcôpâkhyāna [ paJcopAkhyAna ]

n. N. of the Pañca-tantra

-saṃgraha m. N. of wk.



pañcaˆudana [ paJcaudana ]

mfn. prepared with fivefold pulp of mashed grain etc. AV.