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 phut [ phut ]


or phūt ind. an onomat. word ( used only with √ °kṛ , and its derivatives

sometimes expressive of contempt )




phut-kara [ phutkara ]

m. ' making a crackling noise ', fire cf. L.



phut-kartu-manas [ phutkartumanas ]

mfn. wishing to make a derisory noise, intending to cry aloud cf. MW.



phut-kāra [ phutkAra ]

m. puffing, blowing, hissing, the hiss of a serpent ( also phūt-k° ) cf. Kathās. cf. Kuval

shrieking, screaming cf. Bhartṛ. cf. Kathās

-randhra n. the hole to which the mouth is applied in playing a flute cf. Saṃgīt

-vat mfn. hissing, shrieking cf. L.



phut-kārya [ phutkArya ]

mfn. in a-phūt-k°, requiring no blowing cf. Kathās



phut-√ kṛ [ phutkR ]

P. Ā. -karoti, -kurute, to puff, blow, make a bubbling noise, blow into cf. Pañcat. cf. Hit.

to shriek, yell cf. Kathās. cf. Pañcat

to be insolent or defiant cf. Ratnâv. iv, 12



phut-kṛta [ phutkRta ]

mfn. puffed, blown etc.

n. the sound of a wind instrument cf. L.

a loud scream, shriek cf. Rājat



phut-kṛti [ phutkRti ]

f. the blowing of a wind instrument cf. Saṃgīt

blowing, hissing cf. Naish

crying aloud cf. R.