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prajā' [ prajA ]


f. ( ifc. f. ā ; pra-ja above ). procreation, propagation, birth RV. AV.

offspring, children, family, race, posterity, descendants, aftergrowth ( of plants ) RV. etc.

a creature, animal, man, mankind

people, subjects ( of a prince ) ib.

seed, semen VS. ( cf. -niṣeka )

an era Divyâv




prajā'-kara [ prajAkara ]

m. a symbol. N. for ' a sword ' ( ! ) L.



prajā'-kalpa [ prajAkalpa ]

m. the time of creation Hariv. ( perhaps w.r. for purā-k° )



prajā'-kāma [ prajAkAma ]

( °jā'- ), mfn. desirous of offspring AV. etc.

m. desire of offspring ML



prajā'-kāra [ prajAkAra ]

m. the author of creation Hariv.



prajā'-gupti [ prajAgupti ]

f. protection of subjects Āpast



prajā'-ghnī [ prajAghnI ]

See -han



prajā'-candra [ prajAcandra ]

m. ' people's moon ', honorific N. of a prince Rājat



prajā'-tantu [ prajAtantu ]

m. a line of descendants, a race TUp. BhP.



prajā'-tīrtha [ prajAtIrtha ]

n. the auspicious moment of birth BhP.



prajā'-dā [ prajAdA ]

f. ' granting offspring ', N. of a species of shrub L.



prajā'-dāna [ prajAdAna ]

n. procreation of children Āpast

' people's gift ', silver L.



prajā'-dvāra [ prajAdvAra ]

n. ' gate or means of obtaining progeny ', N. of the sun MBh.



prajā'-dhara [ prajAdhara ]

mfn. supporting creatures ( said of Viṣṇu ) Viṣṇ



prajā'-dhyakṣa [ prajAdhyakSa ]

( °jâdh° ), m. ' surveyor of creatures ', N. of the sun MBh.

of Kardama and Daksha BhP.



prajā'-nātha [ prajAnAtha ]

m. ' lord of creatures ', N. of Brahmā or Manu Prab

of Daksha, Bh.

= -pa Ragh. Rājat



prajā'-niṣeka [ prajAniSeka ]

m. infusion of semen, impregnation, offspring Ragh. xiv, 60



prajā'-ntaka [ prajAntaka ]

( °jânt° ), m. ' destroyer of creatures ', Yama, god of death L. -1



prajā'-pa [ prajApa ]

mfn. ( for 2. See pra-√ jap ) protecting subjects Nalac

m. a prince, king L.



prajā'-pati [ prajApati ]

( °jā- ), m. ' lord of creatures ', N. of Savitṛ, Soma, Agni, Indra etc. RV. AV.

a divinity presiding over procreation, protector of life ib. VS. Mn. Suśr. BhP.

lord of creatures, creator RV. etc. ( N. of a supreme god above or among the Vedic deities [ RV. ( only x, 21, 10 ) AV. VS. Br. ] but in later times also applied to Viṣṇu, Śiva, Time personified, the sun, fire, etc., and to various progenitors, esp. to the 10 lords of created beings first created by Brahmā, viz. Marīci, Atri, Aṅgiras, Pulastya, Pulaka, Kratu, Vasishṭha, Pracetas or Daksha, Bhṛgu, Nārada [ Mn. i, 34

cf. IW. 206, n. 1 ], of whom some authorities count only the first 7, others the last 3 )

a father L.

a king, prince L.

a son-in-law L.

N. of the 5th ( 39th ) year in a 60 years ' cycle of Jupiter Var

the planet Mars, a partic. star, ? Aurigae Sūryas

( in astrol. ) = 2. kāla-nara, q.v.

a species of insect L.

N. of sev. men and authors Cat.

( ī ), f. a matron, lady Divyâv

N. of Gautama Buddha's aunt and nurse ( with the patr. Gautamī, the first woman who assented to his doctrines ) Lalit.

-grihīta ( °jā'-p° ), mfn. seized by Prajā-pati VS.

-carita n. N. of wk.

-cití f. Prajā-pati's layer ŚBr.

-datta m. N. of a man Pat.

-nivāsinī f. N. of a Gandharvī Kāraṇḍ

-pati m. ' lord of the Prajā-pati ', N. of Brahmā BhP.

of Daksha ib.

-bhakṣita ( °jā'-p° ), mfn. eaten by Prajā-pati VS.

-mukha ( jā'-p° ), mfn. having Prajā-pati as head or chief ŚBr.

-yajña m. ' sacrifice to Prajā-pati ', the procreation of children enjoined by law VP.

-loká m. Prajā-pati's world ( situated between the sphere of Brahmā and that of the Gandharvas ) ŚBr.

-śarman m. N. of a man L.

-sṛṣṭa ( °jā'-p° ), mfn. created by Prajā-pati AV. ŚBr.

-smṛti f. N. of wk.

-hṛdaya n. ' Prajā-pati's heart ', N. of a Sāman ŚrS. ( also prajā'pater-hṛ'd° ŚBr. TS. )



prajā'-patika [ prajApatika ]

m. endearing form of prajāpati-datta Pat.



prajā'-patya [ prajApatya ]

w.r. for prājāpatya



prajā'-paddhati [ prajApaddhati ]

f. N. of wk.



prajā'-paripālana [ prajAparipAlana ]

n. the protection of subjects Viṣṇ



prajā'-pāla [ prajApAla ]

m. ' protector of creatures ', N. of Kṛshṇa MBh.

a prince, king ib. Rājat

N. of a king VarP.



prajā'-pālana [ prajApAlana ]

n. = -paripālana Mn. ix, 253 etc.

N. of wk.



prajā'-pāli [ prajApAli ]

m. ' protector of creatures ', N. of Śiva Śivag. ( cf. go-pāli )



prajā'-pālya [ prajApAlya ]

n. the office of protector of the people, royal office R.



prajā'-mṛtatva [ prajAmRtatva ]

( °jâmṛ° ), n. perpetuity of posterity AV.



prajā'-rtham [ prajArtham ]

and ind. for the sake of offspring MBh.



prajā'-rthe [ prajArthe ]

( °jârth° ), ind. for the sake of offspring MBh.



prajā'-vat [ prajAvat ]

( °jā'- ), mfn. having or granting offspring or children, prolific, fruitful RV. etc.

m. N. of a Ṛṣi and his hymn ĀśvGṛ.

( with the patr. prājāpatya ) supposed author of RV. x, 183 Anukr.

( atī ), f. pregnant BhP.

( ifc. ) bringing forth, mother of MārkP. ( cf. vīra- )

a brother's wife Ragh

the wife of an elder brother L.

N. of a tutelary deity of the Su-mantus VarP.

of a Sur^aṅganā Siṉhâs

of the wife of Priya-vrata MārkP.



prajā'-varī [ prajAvarI ]

f. v.l. for -vatī ( f. of prec. ) MānGṛ.



prajā'-víd [ prajAvid ]

mfn. bestowing or granting progeny AV.



prajā'-vṛddhi [ prajAvRddhi ]

f. increase or abundance of offspring Āpast



prajā'-vyāpāra [ prajAvyApAra ]

m. care for or anxiety about the people Siṉhâs



prajā'-vyṛddha-paśu-vyṛddha [ prajAvyRddhapazuvyRddha ]

mfn. one who has ill luck with his children and cattle ĀpŚr.



prajā'-śānti [ prajAzAnti ]

f. N. of wk.



prajā'-sáni [ prajAsani ]

mfn. = -vid VS.



prajā'-sṛj [ prajAsRj ]

m. creator of beings, N. of Brahmā and Kaśyapa Rājat

father or king Śiś. i, 28 Sch.



prajā'-han [ prajAhan ]

mf ( ghnī ) n. killing offspring, destroying progeny PārGṛ.



prajā'-hita [ prajAhita ]

mfn. favourable to or good for offspring or subjects

n. water W.



prajêpsu [ prajepsu ]

mfn. desirous to obtain offspring MW.



prajâśa [ prajAza ]

m. ' lord of creatures ', N. of the god presiding over the procreation of offspring BhP.

' lord of the people ', a prince, king Ragh. BhP.



prajêśvara [ prajezvara ]

m. ' lord of creatures ', creator ( cf. prājeśvara )

a prince, king Hariv. Ragh



prajêhā [ prajehA ]

f. desire of offspring MBh.



prajôtpatti [ prajotpatti ]

f. the raising up of progeny MW.



prajôtpādana [ prajotpAdana ]

n. id. Suśr.