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पति

पति
 páti [ pati ]


1 m. ( cf. √ 1. vat

when uncompounded and meaning ' husband ', instr. pátya

dat. pátye

gen. abl. pátyur

loc. pátyau

but when meaning ' lord, master ', and ifc. regularly inflected with exceptions ; Pāṇ. 1-4, 8 ; 9 ). a master, owner, possessor, lord, ruler, sovereign RV. etc.

a husband ib. ( in comp. either with the stem or with the gen., e.g. duhitṛ-p° or °tuH-p° Pāṇ. 6-3, 24

when mfn. f. = m. e.g. -jīvat-patyā tvayā R. ii, 24, 8, or patikā e.g. pramīta-patikā Mn. ix, 68 )

one of the 2 entities ( with pāśupatás ) RTL. 89

a root L.

f. a female possessor, mistress Pāṇ. 4-1, 33 Sch.

a wife ( vṛddha-p° = -patnī, the wife of an old man ib. 34 Sch. ) [ Cf. Gk.πόσις, ' husband ' ; Lat. potis, pos-sum for potis-sum ; Lith. patis, ' husband ' ; Goth. ( bruth- ) faths, ' bridegroom ' ]




páti-ṃ-varā [ patiMvarA ]

f. a woman who chooses her husband for herself ( cf. svayaṃ-vara ) Ragh. Rājat



páti-kāma [ patikAma ]

( páti- ), mfn. wishing for a husband AV. KātyŚr.



páti-khecara [ patikhecara ]

m. N. of Śiva MBh. ( Nīlak. ' Garuḍa ' )



páti-gaṇita-ṭīkā [ patigaNitaTIkA ]

f. N. of Comm. on Līl



páti-ghātinī [ patighAtinI ]

f. the murderess of her husband Var



páti-ghna [ patighna ]

mf ( ī ) n. killing a husband GṛS.

°ghnī-pāṇi-lekhā f. a line on the hand indicating that a woman will be faithless to her husband Pāṇ. 3-2, 53 Sch.

°ghnī-lakṣaṇa n. the mark of a husband-killer W.



páti-juṣṭā [ patijuSTA ]

( páti- ), f. ( a woman ) liked by her husband RV.



páti-tvá [ patitva ]

( RV. etc. ) and n. matrimony, marriage



páti-tvaná [ patitvana ]

( RV. ), n. matrimony, marriage



páti-darśana-lālasa [ patidarzanalAlasa ]

mf ( ā ) n. longing to See one's husband Nal



páti-devatā [ patidevatA ]

( MBh. R. etc. ),



páti-devā [ patidevA ]

( BhP. ), f. regarding a husband as a divinity, honouring a husband above all others



páti-dvíṣ [ patidviS ]

f. hating one's husband RV.



páti-dharma [ patidharma ]

m. duty towards a husband MBh.

-vatī f. fulfilling the duties towards a husband, faithfully devoted to a husband ib.



páti-prâṇā [ patiprANA ]

f. ( a wife ) whose husband is ( as dear to her as ) her life Hit.



páti-matī [ patimatI ]

f. having a husband, married BhP.

having a lord or master in ( instr., e.g. tvayā ) Pat.



páti-yāna [ patiyAna ]

mfn. ( a way ) leading to a husband Gobh



páti-ríp [ patirip ]

f. deceiving a husband RV.



páti-laṅghana [ patilaGghana ]

n. injuring a husband ( by marrying another ) MW. ( cf. Mn. v, 151 )



páti-lālasa [ patilAlasa ]

mf ( ā ) n. longing for a husband Nal



páti-loká [ patiloka ]

m. ' husband's world ', the sphere of a husband in a future life RV. etc.



páti-vaṃsya [ pativaMsya ]

mfn. belonging to a husband's family L.



páti-vatī [ pativatI ]

( pá° RV. x, 85, 21 ),



páti-vatnī [ pativatnI ]

( Ragh. Kathās ; Pāṇ. 4-1, 32 Sch. )., having a husband, a married woman



páti-vayas [ pativayas ]

f. ( regarded as ) having the husband's age Āpast



páti-vídya [ patividya ]

n. finding a husband RV. x, 102, 11



páti-védana [ pativedana ]

mfn. procuring a husband ( Aryaman ) AV. xiv, 1, 17

m. du. a partic. part of the body ( attracting a husband ? ), viii, 6, 1

n. procuring a husband ( by means of magical formulas ), ii, 36 , 2



páti-vrata [ pativrata ]

n. loyalty or fidelity to a husband R.

-guṇa m. the virtue of loyalty or fidelity MBh.



páti-vratā [ pativratA ]

f. a devoted and virtuous wife Mn. MBh. etc.

-tva n. devotion or loyalty to a husband MBh. R. Kathās

-dhyāya ( °tâdh° ), m. N. of ch. of Skandap

-maya mf ( ī ) n. consisting in a faithful wife Mcar. Bālar

-māhātmya and °tôpâkhyāna n. N. of wks.



páti-śuc [ patizuc ]

f. grief for a husband Hcar.



páti-śoka [ patizoka ]

m. id.

°kâkula mfn. agitated with grief for a husband Nal



páti-sahagamana-niṣedha-nirāsa-prakāśa [ patisahagamananiSedhanirAsaprakAza ]

m. N. of wk.



páti-sevā [ patisevA ]

f. devotion to a husband Mn. ii, 67