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 pari-gha [ parigha ]


m. ( √ han ) an iron bar or beam used for locking or shutting a gate ( = argala ) ChUp. MBh. Kāv. etc.

( fig. ) a bar, obstacle, hindrance Ragh. Kathās

( once n. ) an iron bludgeon or club studded with iron MBh. R. etc.

a child which presents a peculiar cross position in birth Suśr.

a line of clouds crossing the sun at sunrise or sunset Var. MBh. etc.

( du. ) two birds flying on each side of a traveller ( regarded as an omen ) Var

the gate of a palace, any gate R.

a house L.

( in astrol. ) N. of the 19th Yoga L.

a pitcher, water-jar L.

a glass pitcher L.

killing, striking, a blow L.

N. of one of the attendants of Skanda MBh.

of a Cāṇḍāla ib.

of a virtuous man Cat.




pari-gha-guru [ parighaguru ]

mfn. as heavy as an iron bar Mālav



pari-gha-prâṃśu-bāhu [ parighaprAMzubAhu ]

in one whose arm is as long as an iron bar Śak



pari-gha-bāhu [ parighabAhu ]

m. one whose arm resembles an iron bar MBh.



pari-gha-saṃkāśa [ parighasaMkAza ]

mfn. resembling an iron bar MBh.



pari-gha-stambha [ parighastambha ]

m. a door-post Mālav



parighôpama [ parighopama ]

mfn. resembling an iron beam Nal