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 púnar [ punar ]


ind. back, home, in an opposite direction RV. etc. ( with √ 1. gam, , to go back or away

with √ , to give back, restore

with √ bhū, to turn round

with √ as and dat., to fall back upon )

again, once more ( also with bhūyas ) ib. ( with √ bhū, to exist again, be renewed, become a wife again, re = marry )

again and again, repeatedly ib. ( mostly púnaḥ p° which with na = nevermore )

further, moreover, besides ib. ( also punar aparam

ādau-punar-paścāt, at first-then-later )

however, still, nevertheless MBh. Kāv. etc. ( at the end of a verse it lays stress on a preceding atha vā, api vā, or alone

punar api, even again, on the other hand, also

kadā p°, at any time, ever

kim p°, how much more or less ? however

preceding-p°, now-now

at one time - at another time )




púnar-apagama [ punarapagama ]

m. going away again ( a, punar- ap° ) Kām



púnar-abhidhāna [ punarabhidhAna ]

n. mentioning again Kull



púnar-abhiṣeka [ punarabhiSeka ]

m. anointing again AitBr.



púnar-abhyākāram [ punarabhyAkAram ]

ind. drawing near repeatedly to one's self ib.



púnar-abhyāghāram [ punarabhyAghAram ]

ind. ( prob. ) w.r. for prec. GopBr.



púnar-abhyāvartam [ punarabhyAvartam ]

ind. while repeating, under repetition TāṇḍBr.



púnar-abhyunnīta [ punarabhyunnIta ]

mfn. poured upon again Jaim



púnar-arthin [ punararthin ]

mfn. requesting again

°thi-tā f. repeated request BhP.



púnar-asú [ punarasu ]

mfn. breathing or coming to life again ŚBr.



púnar-āgata [ punarAgata ]

mfn. come back again, returned Mn. Hit.



púnar-āgama [ punarAgama ]

m. coming back, return ŚāṅkhGṛ.



púnar-āgamana [ punarAgamana ]

n. id. MBh. R. etc.

being born again, re-birth Sarvad



púnar-āgāmin [ punarAgAmin ]

mfn. coming back, returning Nir. iv, 16



púnar-āgrantham [ punarAgrantham ]

ind. by repeatedly twining round AitBr.



púnar-ājāti [ punarAjAti ]

f. re-birth GopBr.



púnar-ādāyam [ punarAdAyam ]

ind. repeatedly Br. GṛŚrS.



púnar-ādi [ punarAdi ]

mfn. beginning afresh, repeated TāṇḍBr.



púnar-ādhāna [ punarAdhAna ]

n. renewing or replacing a consecrated fire Mn. v, 168

N. of wk.

-dhāryâgnihotraprayoga ( ? ), m. -prayoga m. -śrauta-sūsra, n. °nâgnihotra n. N. of wks.



púnar-ādhéya [ punarAdheya ]

mfn. to be renewed or replaced ( on the altar, said of fire ) TBr. ĀśvŚr.

n. renewing or replacing the consecrated fire TS. Br. ŚrS.

m. N. of a Soma festival KātyŚr.

-prayoga m. N. of wk.



púnar-ādheyaka [ punarAdheyaka ]

n. = -ādheya n. TBr. Sch.



púnar-ādheyika [ punarAdheyika ]

mf ( ī ) n. relating to the act of replacing the consecrated fire KātyŚr. Sch.



púnar-ānayana [ punarAnayana ]

n. leading back MBh.



púnar-ābhāva [ punarAbhAva ]

m. re-appearing ( á-punar-ābh° ) MaitrS.



púnar-āmnāna [ punarAmnAna ]

n. mentioning again Lāṭy



púnar-âyana [ punarAyana ]

n. coming back, return ĀśvŚr.



púnar-ālambhá [ punarAlambha ]

m. seizing or taking hold of again TS.



púnar-āvarta [ punarAvarta ]

m. return, re-birth

-nandā f. N. of a sacred bathing. place MBh.



púnar-āvartaka [ punarAvartaka ]

mfn. recurring ( fever ) Car.



púnar-āvartana [ punarAvartana ]

See a-punar-āv°



púnar-āvartin [ punarAvartin ]

mfn. returning ( to mundane existence ) Yājñ.

leading back ( to mundane existence ) Bhag. Hariv.

subject to successive births W.



púnar-āvṛtta [ punarAvRtta ]

mfn. repeated AitBr.



púnar-āvṛtti [ punarAvRtti ]

f. return, re-appearance, re-birth Yājñ.

repetition ĀśvŚr.



púnar-ā'sṛta [ punarAsRta ]

mfn. run hither again ( as a chariot ) MaitrS. ( -āsṛtá ? )



púnar-āhāra [ punarAhAra ]

m. taking up again KātyŚr.

( am ), ind. bringing hither repeatedly ĀpGṛ.



púnar-ukta [ punarukta ]

mf ( ā ) n. said again, reiterated, repeated MBh. R. etc. ( ibc. and am ind. repeatedly )

superfluous, useless Vikr. iii, 7/8 Hcar.

n. repetition, useless repetition, tautology ŚrS. MBh. Kāv. etc.

-janman m. ' whose birth is repeated ', a Br1hman L.

-tā f. -tva n. repetition, ( esp. ) useless repeated, tautology Sāh

-bhuktaviṣaya mfn. ( an occupation ) in which the objects of sense are repeatedly enjoyed Bhartṛ

-vadābhāsa m. seeming tautology ( a figure of speech ) Sāh

-vādin mfn. repeating the same things, talking idly Śak



púnar-uktāya [ punaruktAya ]

Nom. Ā. °yate, to occur repeatedly Bālar



púnar-ukti [ punarukti ]

f. = -ukta n. Prāt.

a mere empty word Vcar.

-mat mfn. tautological Prāt.



púnar-uktī-kṛ [ punaruktIkR ]

to render superfluous or useless Kathās



púnar-utthāna [ punarutthAna ]

n. rising again, resurrection MW.



púnar-utpatti [ punarutpatti ]

f. re-appearance, re-birth Col.



púnar-utpādana [ punarutpAdana ]

n. reproduction ChUp.



púnar-utsṛṣṭá [ punarutsRSTa ]

mfn. let loose again ( as a bull, goat etc. ) TS. KātyŚr.



púnar-utsyūtá [ punarutsyUta ]

mfn. sewed or mended again, patched up TS. Lāṭy. etc.



púnar-upagamana [ punarupagamana ]

n. coming back, returning Kathās



púnar-upanayana [ punarupanayana ]

n. a second initiation of a Brāhman ( when the first has been vitiated by partaking of forbidden food ; punaḥ-saṃskāra ). Cat.

-prayoga m. -vidhāna n. -vidhi m. N. of wks.



púnar-upalabdhi [ punarupalabdhi ]

f. obtaining again Vikr



púnar-upasadana [ punarupasadana ]

n. repeated performance Gaut



púnar-upâkaraṇa [ punarupAkaraNa ]

n. repeated beginning of study Gobh



púnar-upâgama [ punarupAgama ]

m. coming back, return Kathās



púnar-upôḍhā [ punarupoDhA ]

f. married again, re-married MW.



púnar-gamana [ punargamana ]

n. going or setting out again Pañc



púnar-garbha-vatī [ punargarbhavatI ]

f. pregnant again Hit.



púnar-gava [ punargava ]

m. Pāṇ. 2-2, 18 Vārtt. 4 Pat.



púnar-geya [ punargeya ]

mfn. to be sung again ( a-punar-g° ) L.



púnar-grahaṇa [ punargrahaNa ]

n. repeatedly taking up ( with a ladle etc. ) KātyŚr.

repetition ib.



púnar-janman [ punarjanman ]

n. re-birth, metempsychosis Bhag. Hit.

mfn. born again, regenerated ( a-punar-j° ) Kathās

°ma-jaya m. ' victory over re-birth ', liberation, final emancipation W.

°mâkṣepa m. N. of wk.



púnar-jāta [ punarjAta ]

mf ( ā ) n. born again, regenerated MBh. etc.



púnar-jīvātu [ punarjIvAtu ]

f. rebirth TāṇḍBr.



púnar-ḍīna [ punarDIna ]

n. a partic. manner of flying MBh.



púnar-ṇava [ punarNava ]

( púnar. ), mf ( ā ) n. renewed, restored to life or youth MaitrS. MānŚr. ( also punarṇavá ; -nava ).



púnar-tta [ punartta ]

mf ( ā ) n. = punar-datta, given back, restored TāṇḍBr.



púnar-darśana [ punardarzana ]

n. seeing again Kāv

( āya ), ind., au revoir ' Mṛcch



púnar-dātṛ [ punardAtR ]

m. giving again, a rewarder, recompenser ĀśvŚr.



púnar-dā'ya [ punardAya ]

ind. giving again, restoring RV.



púnar-dārakriyā [ punardArakriyA ]

f. taking a second wife ( after the death of the first ) Mn. v, 168



púnar-dīyamāna [ punardIyamAna ]

See á-preceding-d°



púnar-dyūta [ punardyUta ]

n. repeated gambling MBh.



púnar-dhenu [ punardhenu ]

f. a cow that again gives milk Lāṭy



púnar-nava [ punarnava ]

( púnar-. ), mf ( ā ) n. becoming new or young again, renewed AV. Br. etc. ( also punar-navá ; punar-ṇ° ).

m. a finger-nail ( cf. -bhava ) L.

( ā ), f. hog-weed, Boerhavia Procumbens Suśr.

°vā-maṇḍūra n. a partic. medicinal preparation Rasar



púnar-nigrantham [ punarnigrantham ]

ind. intertwining again AitBr.



púnar-nitunna [ punarnitunna ]

mfn. thrust in or pierced again Kāṭh

= next ib.



púnar-ninṛtta [ punarninRtta ]

mfn. again repeated in detail AitBr.



púnar-nivartam [ punarnivartam ]

ind. returning ( a-preceding-n° ) TāṇḍBr.



púnar-niṣkṛtá [ punarniSkRta ]

mfn. repaired or mended again TS. Kāṭh



púnar-bandhayoga [ punarbandhayoga ]

m. tying or fettering again Kap



púnar-bāla [ punarbAla ]

mfn. become a child again R. ( cf., ? )

°lya n. second childhood, weakness from old age ib.



púnar-bhakṣya [ punarbhakSya ]

mfn. to be enjoyed again ( again- preceding-bh° ) TBr.



púnar-bhava [ punarbhava ]

mfn. born again BhP.

ni. new birth, transmigration MBh. Kāv. etc.

a finger-nail L. ( cf. -nava )

a species of Punar-navā with red flowers L.



púnar-bhavin [ punarbhavin ]

( ? ), m. the sentient soul ( existing again after the dissolution of one body in another form ) W.



púnar-bharyā [ punarbharyA ]

f. a second wife = re-marriage Kāv



púnar-bhāva [ punarbhAva ]

m. new birth ( again-preceding-bh° ) Prab



púnar-bhāvin [ punarbhAvin ]

mfn. being born again ( again- preceding-bh° ) Hariv.



púnar-bhū [ punarbhU ]

mfn. being renewed, restored to life or youth RV. AV.

f. a virgin widow re-married AV. etc.

re-existence W.



púnar-bhoga [ punarbhoga ]

m. repeated enjoyment or fruition, perception of pleasure or pain as a reward of former actions Col.



púnar-magha [ punarmagha ]

( púnar- ), mfn. ' having repeated gifts ', avaricious, covetous AV.

repeatedly offering oblations or granting gifts ib. TS. TBr.



púnar-manyá [ punarmanya ]

mfn. ( prob. ) again thinking of. remembering RV.



púnar-māra [ punarmAra ]

m. repeated dying ( a-preceding-m° ) VP.



púnar-mṛta [ punarmRta ]

n. ( a-preceding-m° ), id. BhP.



púnar-mṛtyú [ punarmRtyu ]

m. id. GopBr.



púnar-yajñá [ punaryajJa ]

m. a repeated sacrifice ŚBr.



púnar-yātrā [ punaryAtrA ]

f. a repeated procession. L.



púnar-yāman [ punaryAman ]

mfn. useful again ( cf. yāta-y° ) ŚāṅkhBr.



púnar-yuddha [ punaryuddha ]

n. renewal of war Cat.



púnar-yuvan [ punaryuvan ]

( púnar- ), mfn. again young ŚBr.

°va-tva n. Car.



púnar-lābha [ punarlAbha ]

m. obtaining again, recovery MBh.



púnar-lekhana [ punarlekhana ]

n. writing down again Yājñ. Sch.



púnar-vaktavya [ punarvaktavya ]

mfn. to be repeated

-tā f. Kull



púnar-vacana [ punarvacana ]

n. saying again, repetition, ŚāṅlchBr.



púnar-vaṇya [ punarvaNya ]

See ajīta-preceding-v°



púnar-vat [ punarvat ]

mfn. containing the word punar AitBr.



púnar-vatsa [ punarvatsa ]

m. a weaned calf that begins to suck again, Laty

( with kāṇva ) N. of the author of Ry. viii, 7 Anukr.



púnar-varaṇa [ punarvaraNa ]

n. choosing again KātyŚr.



púnar-vasu [ punarvasu ]

( púnar- ), m. ' restoring goods ', N. of the 5th or 7th lunar mansion RV., etc. ( mostly du., cf. Pāṇ. 1- 2, 61

-tvá n. MaitrS. )

. of Viṣṇu or Kṛshṇa MBh.

of Śiva L.

of Kātyāyana or Vararuci L.

of a son of Taittiri ( son of Abhijit and father of Āhuka ) Hariv.

of a son of Abhijit ( Ari-dyota ) and father of Āhuka Pur.

of other men Pāṇ. 1-2, 61 Sch.

of a partic. world L.

commencement of wealth L.



púnar-vāda [ punarvAda ]

m. repetition, tautology Kap



púnar-viroha [ punarviroha ]

m. sprouting again ( of plants ) Car.



púnar-vivāha [ punarvivAha ]

m. second marriage Sāy

-vidhi m. N. of wk.



púnar-hán [ punarhan ]

mfn. destroying in return RV.



púnar-havis [ punarhavis ]

( púnar- ), n. repeated sacrificial oblation ŚBr.