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प्रकाश् pra-√ kāś [ prakAz ]
Ā. -kāśate ( ep. also P. °tī ), to become visible, appear, shine, become evident or manifest Up. MBh. Kāv. etc. : Caus. -kāśayati ( rarely °te ), to make visible, cause to appear or shine, illumine, irradiate, show, display, manifest, reveal, impart, proclaim ib. : Intens. ( only pr. p. -cākaśat ) to illumine ( and ) to survey RV. iv, 53, 4
pra-kāśa [ prakAza ]
mfn. visible, shining, bright ŚāṅkhBr. MBh. etc.
clear, manifest, open, public Mn. MBh. etc. ( nāmadheyam prakāśaṃ kṛtvā, ' pronouncing a name out loud ' ŚāṅkhGṛ. )
universally noted, famous, celebrated for ( instr. or comp. ) MBh. Kālid
renowned throughout ( comp. ) Ragh
( ifc. ) having the appearance of, looking like, resembling MBh. R. etc.
ibc. and ( am ), ind. openly, publicly, before the eyes of all Mn. MBh. etc. ( °śaṃ nâbhyudaikṣata, ' he did not look up openly ' R. )
aloud, audibly ( esp. in dram., opp. to ātma-gatam, sva-gatam etc. )
m. clearness, brightness, splendour, lustre, light RV. etc.
appearance, display. manifestation, expansion, diffusion MBh. Kāv. Sāh
publicity, fame, renown, glory Hariv.
sunshine open spot or air MBh. Śak. MārkP. ( e ind. openly, publicly, before the world, ifc. in the presence of MBh. Prab. )
the gloss on the upper part of a ( horse's ) body VS. ( Mahīdh )
w.r. for prāk° TBr.
a chapter, section, Cat.
N. of sev. wks. ib.
N. of a Brāhman ( son of Tamas ) MBh.
of Manu Raivata Hariv.
( pl. ) the messengers of Viṣṇu L.
n. bell-metal, brass L.
-kartṛ m. ' light-maker ', N. of the sun MBh.
-karman m. ' whose work is to give light ', N. of the sun MBh.
-kāma mfn. wishing for renown ĀśvŚr.
-kraya m. a purchase made publicly MW.
-tā f. brightness, brilliance, splendour Yājñ. Pañcat
publicity ( °tāṃ-√ gam, to become known or public Mudr. )
-tva n. clearness, brightness Naish. Sch.
appearance, manifestation ( sva-, ' of one's self ' ) Sāh
celebrity, renown MBh.
-datta m. N. of a poet Cat.
-devī f. N. of a princess Rājat
-dhara m. N. of an author Cat.
-nārī f. ' public woman ', a prostitute Mṛcch
-vañcaka m. ' open rogue, a public deceiver or cheat MW.
-vat mfn. ( -vat-tva n. ) bright, brilliant, shining ChUp. Ragh. Sch. Śaṃk
m. N. of one of the feet of Brahmā ChUp.
-varṣa m. N. of a poet Cat.
°śâkāśa-kānti mfn. bright as a clear sky MW.
°śâtmaka mfn. = °śâtman ( °ka-tva n. the possession of a brilliant nature or character, brilliancy ) Śaṃk
°śâtman mfn. brilliant in character or nature, brilliant, shining Sūryas
m. N. of Śiva Śivag
the sun L.
°śâditya m. and °śânanda m. N. of authors Cat.
°śī-karaṇa n. giving light, illuminating R.
°śī-√ kṛ P. Ā. to give light, illumine Var.
to publish, make known Hariv.
°śī-bhāva m. the becoming light, morning twilight Nir
°śêtara mfn. ' other than visible ', invisible Śak
°śêndra m. N. of a man ( the father of Kshem^endra ) Cat.
°śôdaya m. N. of wk.
pra-kāśaka [ prakAzaka ]
mf ( ikā ) n. clear, bright, shining, brilliant Sāṃkhyak. Tattvas. MBh.
universally known, renowned Rājat
irradiating, illuminating, giving light BhP. Sāṃkhyak. Sch. MBh. etc.
making clear, illustrating, explaining Sarvad. Śaṃk
making apparent or manifest, disclosing, discovering, publishing, evincing, betraying Sāh. MārkP.
indicating, expressing L.
m. ' light-giver ', the sun Kathās
( ikā ), f. N. of sev. Comms
n. bell-metal, brass L.
°ka-jñātṛ and -prajñātṛ m. ' knowing the giver of light, i.e. the sun ', a cock L.
°ka-tva n. illustration, explanation Vedântas
pra-kāśana [ prakAzana ]
mfn. illuminating, giving light RāmatUp. MBh.
( ā ), f. teaching L.
n. illuminating, giving light
causing to appear, displaying, bringing to light, publicly showing or manifesting Nir. MBh. Suśr. etc.
-vat mfn. irradiating, illuminating Nir
pra-kāśanīya [ prakAzanIya ]
mfn. to be displayed, to be shown or manifested MW.
pra-kāśita [ prakAzita ]
mfn. become visible, brought to light, clear, manifest, apparent, evident
displayed, unfolded, discovered
illumined, enlightened, irradiated
published, promulgated MBh. R. Suśr. etc.
-viruddha-tā f. and °ddha-tva n. ( in rhet. ) a partic. awkwardness in expression ( saying something at variance with what ought to be said ) Sāh
pra-kāśin [ prakAzin ]
mfn. visible, clear, bright, shining MBh. Hariv.
making visible or manifest Pañcat
°śi-tā f. and -tva n. clearness, brightness, brilliance , light MBh.
pra-kāśya [ prakAzya ]
mfn. to be brought to light or made manifest Sāṃkhyak. Saṃk. Sāh
n. w.r. for prāk°, q.v. MBh. R. MārkP.
-tā f. the being manifest, publicity Rājat