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 putrá [ putra ]


m. ( etym. doubtful, perhaps fr. √ 2. puṣ

traditionally said to be a comp. put-tra, ' preserving from the hell called Put ' Mn. ix, 138 ) a son, child RV. etc. ( also the young of an animal ; cf. Pāṇ. 8-1, 15 Sch. ; ifc. it forms diminutives, cf. dṛṣat-p° and śilā-p° ; voc. sg. du. pl. often used to address young persons, my son, my children etc. ' ; du. ' two sons ' or, a son and a daughter ' ; Pāṇ. 1-2, 68 ).

a species of small venomous animal ( = putraka ) Cat.

( in astrol. ) N. of the fifth house Var

N. of a son of Brahmishṭha Ragh

of a son of Priya-vrata VP. etc.

( ī ), f. a daughter MBh. Hariv. etc.

a doll or puppet ( See dāru-putrī )

ifc. used to form diminutives ( See asi-putrī )

a species of plant L. ; N. of Pārvati L. [ Cf. Zd. puthra ; Gk. παῖς and Lat. puer ( ? ). ]




putrá-kandā [ putrakandA ]

f. a bulbous plant ( stipposed to cause fecundity ) L.



putrá-karman [ putrakarman ]

n. a ceremony relating to a son MBh.



putrá-kalatra-nāśa-bhīta [ putrakalatranAzabhIta ]

mfn. fearful of the destruction of wife and children MW.



putrá-kāma [ putrakAma ]

( putrá- ), mfn. desirous of sons or children

-kṛthṇa-pañcamī-vrata n. N. of a partic. observance Cat.

°méṣṭi f. an : oblation made by one desirous of offspring ĀśvŚr.



putrá-kāmika [ putrakAmika ]

mf ( ī ) n. ( a sacrifice ) aiming at the birth of a son MBh.



putrá-kāmya [ putrakAmya ]

Nom. P. °yati, to wish for a son, Śāntiś. ( cf. P1ṇ. iii, 1, 9 Sch. )



putrá-kāmyā' [ putrakAmyA ]

f. wish for sons or children AV. R. etc.

°myêṣṭi f. N. of wk.



putrá-kārya [ putrakArya ]

n. = -karman MBh.



putrá-kṛt [ putrakRt ]

mf. an adopted child MW.



putrá-kṛtaka [ putrakRtaka ]

mfn. adopted as a child, Ṣak



putrá-kṛtya [ putrakRtya ]

mfn. the duty of a son ib.



putrá-kṛthá [ putrakRtha ]

m. or n. the bringing forth or procreation of children RV.



putrá-krama-dīpikā [ putrakramadIpikA ]

f. N. of wk.



putrá-ghnī [ putraghnI ]

See -han



putrá-jagdhī [ putrajagdhI ]

f. ' one who has devoured her children ', an unnatural mother Pāṇ. 8-8, 48 Vārtt. 2 Pat.



putrá-jananī [ putrajananI ]

f. a species of plant L.



putrá-jāta [ putrajAta ]

mfn. one to whom a son is born, having a son, g. āhitâgny-ādi



putrá-jīva [ putrajIva ]

w.r. for



putrá-ṃ-jīva [ putraMjIva ]




putrá-ṃ-jīvaka [ putraMjIvaka ]

m. ' giving life to children ', Putranjiva Roxburghii ( from its seeds are made necklaces which are suppose, to keep children in good health ) L.



putrá-tā [ putratA ]

f. ( AitBr. ),



putrá-tva [ putratva ]

n. ( MBh. etc. ) sonship, filial relationship



putrá-tīrtha [ putratIrtha ]

n. N. of a sacred bathing-place ( also of 2 chs. of PadmaP. ) Cat.



putrá-da [ putrada ]

mfn. giving sons or offspring W.

( ā ), f. N. of a kind of shrub L. : of a species of bulbous plant L.

= vandhyā-karkoṭakī L.



putrá-dātrī [ putradAtrI ]

f. ' child-giver ', N. of a creeping plant ( growing in Mālava and supposed to promote fecundity ) L.



putrá-dāra [ putradAra ]

n. son ( child ) and wife Mn. iv, 239 etc.



putrá-dharma [ putradharma ]

m. filial duty

-tas ind. according to the ceremonies usual on the birth of a son MW.



putrá-nāman [ putranAman ]

mfn. having the name son, called son, MānGṛŚrS.



putrá-niveśana [ putranivezana ]

n. the habitation or abode of a son MW.



putrá-piṇḍa-pālana [ putrapiNDapAlana ]

m. ( with upavāsa ) ' cherishing the body of a son ', N. of a ceremony Śak. ii, 16/17 ( MW. p. 51, n. 1

v.l. -pāraṇa )



putrá-pitṛ [ putrapitR ]

m. du. son and father Kathās



putrá-putra [ putraputra ]

m. a son's son, a grandson Gal.

°trâdinī f. an unnatural mother ( See putra-jagdhī and Pāṇ. 8-8, 48 Vārtt. 2 Pat. )



putrá-pura [ putrapura ]

n. N. of a town Kathās



putrá-pautra [ putrapautra ]

n. sg. and m. pl. sons and grandsons Mn. MBh. etc.

°traka n. sg. id. Subh

°trin mfn. having sons and grandsons MBh.

°trīṇa mfn. transmitted to sons and grandsons, hereditary Pāṇ. 5- 2, 10 ( °ṇa-tā f. Bhaṭṭ. )



putrá-pratigrahavidhi [ putrapratigrahavidhi ]

m. N. of wk.



putrá-prati-nidhi [ putrapratinidhi ]

m. a substitute for a son ( as an adopted son etc. ),



putrá-prada [ putraprada ]

mfn. giving sons or children ( in - śivastotra n. N. of a Stotra )

( ā ), f. N. of a species of Solanum L.



putrá-pravara [ putrapravara ]

m. the eldest son MBh. BhP.



putrá-priya [ putrapriya ]

mfn. dear to a son Veṇis

m. ' fond of of offspring ', N. of a kind of bird R.



putrá-phalabhaktṛ [ putraphalabhaktR ]

mfn. enjoying the advantage of having a son MW.



putrá-bhadrā [ putrabhadrA ]

f. a species of plant L.



putrá-bhāga [ putrabhAga ]

m. a son's share or portion Mn. ix, 215



putrá-bhāṇḍa [ putrabhANDa ]

n. a substitute for a son, one who is to be regarded as a son Mcar. Bālar



putrá-bhāva [ putrabhAva ]

m. sonship, filial relation Nir. iii, 4

5



putrá-bhūya [ putrabhUya ]

n. id. HPariś



putrá-máya [ putramaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. consisting or formed of a son ŚBr.



putrá-martyā [ putramartyA ]

f. the dying of sons ĀpŚr.



putrá-moṭikāputra [ putramoTikAputra ]

( ? ) Divyâv



putrá-rodam [ putrarodam ]

ind. ( with √ rud ) to weep over a son ChUp.



putrá-lābha [ putralAbha ]

m. obtaining a son or sons MW. -i



putrá-vat [ putravat ]

ind. like a son or sons, as with a son etc. Mn. MBh. -2



putrá-vat [ putravat ]

( putrá- ), mfn. having a son or sons or children VS. Mn. MBh. etc.



putrá-vadhū [ putravadhU ]

f. a son's wife, daughter-in-law L.



putrá-vala [ putravala ]

mfn. = 2. -vat L.



putrá-vidya [ putravidya ]

n. = -lābha AV.



putrá-śṛṅgī [ putrazRGgI ]

f. Odina Pinnata L.



putrá-śreṇī [ putrazreNI ]

f. Salvinia Cucullata Suśr.

Odina Pinnata L.

Anthericum Tuberosum L.



putrá-sakha [ putrasakha ]

m. fond or a friend of children Hariv.



putrá-saṃkarin [ putrasaMkarin ]

mfn. mixing or confusing children ( through mixed marriages ) MBh.



putrá-saṃgraha [ putrasaMgraha ]

m. N. of wk.



putrá-saptamī [ putrasaptamI ]

f. the 7th day in the light half of the month Āśvina Cat.

-vrata-kathā f. N. of wk.



putrá-sahasraka [ putrasahasraka ]

mf ( ikā ) n. having 1000 sons MBh.



putrá-sahasrin [ putrasahasrin ]

mfn. id. ib.



putrá-sāmaprayoga [ putrasAmaprayoga ]

m. N. of wk.



putrá-sū [ putrasU ]

f. the mother of a son W.



putrá-sena [ putrasena ]

( putrá- ), m. N. of a man MaitrS.



putrá-sneha [ putrasneha ]

m. love of or for a son MBh.

-maya mf ( ī ) n. consisting in the love for a son BhP.



putrá-svīkāra [ putrasvIkAra ]

m. making one's own i.e. adopting a son

nirūpaṇa n. -nirṇaya m. -vidhi m. N. of wks.



putrá-hata [ putrahata ]

mfn. ' whose sons have been killed ', N. of Vasishtha TāṇḍBr. ( ī ), f. = jagdhī Pāṇ. 8-4, 48 Vārtt. 2 Pat.



putrá-han [ putrahan ]

mf ( ghnī ) n. killing a child Car. Suśr.



putrá-hīna [ putrahIna ]

mfn. sonless, childless ( -tva n. ) MW.



putrâcārya [ putrAcArya ]

m. ( a father ) having his son for his teacher Mn. iii, 160



putrâdinī [ putrAdinI ]

f. = putra-jagdhī Pāṇ. 8-4, 48 ( when used literally spelt with two t 's, e.g. puttrâdinīvyāghrī, ' a tigress eating her young ' ib. Sch. )



putrânnâda [ putrAnnAda ]

mfn. eating the food of a son, living at a son's expense L.



putrârthin [ putrArthin ]

mf ( iṇī ) n. wishing for a son MBh.



putrêjyā [ putrejyA ]

f. ( prob. ) putrêṣṭi

-prayoga m. N. of wk.



putrêpsu [ putrepsu ]

mfn. wishing for a son W.



putrêṣṭi [ putreSTi ]

f. a sacrifice performed to obtain male children or one performed at the time of adoption L.

-prayoga m. N. of wk.



putrêṣṭikā [ putreSTikA ]

f. = putrêṣti



putraˆiśvarya [ putraizvarya ]

n. ' son's proprietorship ', a resignation of property or power by a father to his son W.



putraˆiṣaṇā [ putraiSaNA ]

f. desire or longing for a son ŚBr.



putrôtpattipaddhati [ putrotpattipaddhati ]

f. N. of wk.



putrôtsaṅgā [ putrotsaGgA ]

f. pregnant with a son MBh.





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