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 rā'tri [ rAtri ]


or ( older ) rā'trī f. ( prob. ' bestower ', fr. √

or ' season of rest ', fr. √ ram ) night, the darkness or stillness of night ( often personified ) cf. RV. etc. ( rātrau or °tryām ind. at night, by night

rātrau śayanam, a festival on the 11th day of the first half of the month Āshāḍha, regarded as the night of the gods, beginning with the summer solstice, when Viṣṇu reposes for four months on the serpent Śesha )

= ati-rātra cf. ŚBr.

= rātri-paryāya cf. ib.

= rātri-sāman cf. Lāṭy

( only rātri ) one of the 4 bodies of Brahmā cf. VP.

= haridrā, turmeric cf. MBh. cf. Suśr.

( with the patr. bhāradvājī ) N. of the authoress of cf. RV. x, 127 cf. Anukr.




rā'tri-kara [ rAtrikara ]

m. night-maker, the moon cf. Inscr.



rā'tri-kāla [ rAtrikAla ]

m. night-time cf. MW.



rā'tri-cara [ rAtricara ]

m. ' night-wandering ', a thief, robber cf. L.

a night-watcher, watchman cf. W.

a Rākshasa cf. L. ( ī f. cf. Bhaṭṭ. )



rā'tri-caryā [ rAtricaryA ]

f. = -cāra cf. MBh.

a night ceremony cf. Kathās



rā'tri-cāra [ rAtricAra ]

m. night -roving, Śṛṅgār



rā'tri-cchandas [ rAtricchandas ]

n. a metre employed at the Atirātra cf. ŚāṅkhBr.



rā'tri-ja [ rAtrija ]

n. ' night-born ', a star cf. L.



rā'tri-jala [ rAtrijala ]

n. ' night-water ', dew, mist cf. L.



rā'tri-jāgara [ rAtrijAgara ]

m. night-watching cf. Ragh

' night-watcher ', a dog cf. L.

-da m. ' causing night-watching ', a mosquito cf. L.



rā'tri-jāgaraṇa [ rAtrijAgaraNa ]

n. night-watching cf. MW.



rā'tri-ṃ-cara [ rAtriMcara ]

m. = rātri-c°, a Rākshasa cf. L.



rā'tri-tarā [ rAtritarA ]

f. ( compar. of rātri ) the depth or dead of night cf. Pāṇ. 6-3, 17 cf. Sch.



rā'tri-tithi [ rAtritithi ]

f. a lunar night cf. Sūryapr.



rā'tri-divam [ rAtridivam ]

w.r. for rātriṃ-d° cf. Kathās



rā'tri-devata [ rAtridevata ]

mf ( ā ) n. having the night as a deity cf. ĀśvGṛ.



rā'tri-dviṣ [ rAtridviS ]

m. ' night-hater ', the sun cf. L.



rā'tri-nātha [ rAtrinAtha ]

m. ' night-lord ', the moon cf. Vāstuv



rā'tri-nāśana [ rAtrinAzana ]

m. ' night-destroyer, the sun cf. L.



rā'tri-ṃ-diva [ rAtriMdiva ]

n. night and day cf. Kālid

( am or ā ), ind. by night and day cf. Kāv. cf. Kām



rā'tri-ṃ-divasa [ rAtriMdivasa ]

n. night and day cf. Divyâv



rā'tri-pada-vicāra [ rAtripadavicAra ]

m. N. of wk.



rā'tri-pariśiṣṭa [ rAtripariziSTa ]

n. = -sûkta, q.v.



rā'tri-paryāya [ rAtriparyAya ]

m. the three recurring ritual acts in the Atirātra ceremony, SāṅkhBr.



rā'tri-paryuṣita [ rAtriparyuSita ]

mfn. anything which has stood over-night, stale , not fresh cf. Suśr.



rā'tri-puṣpa [ rAtripuSpa ]

n. ' night-flower ', a lotus-flower which opens at night cf. L.



rā'tri-pujā [ rAtripujA ]

f. the nocturnal worship of a deity cf. W.



rā'tri-bala [ rAtribala ]

m. ' powerful by night ', a Rākshasa cf. L.



rā'tri-bhujaṃga [ rAtribhujaMga ]

m. ' night-lover ', the moon cf. Vcar.



rā'tri-bhṛt [ rAtribhRt ]

mfn. one who maintains the Dikshā only for a few night, cf. Śulbas



rā'tri-bhojana [ rAtribhojana ]

n. eating at night cf. MW.

-niṣedha m. N. of wk.



rā'tri-m-aṭa [ rAtrimaTa ]

m. = rātry-aṭa cf. Vop



rā'tri-maṇi [ rAtrimaNi ]

m. ' night-jewel ', the moon cf. L.



rā'tri-maya [ rAtrimaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. nightly, nocturnal cf. Hcat



rā'tri-māraṇa [ rAtrimAraNa ]

n. murder ( committed ) at night cf. L.



rā'tri-m-manya [ rAtrimmanya ]

mfn. being regarded as or appearing like night cf. L.



rā'tri-yoga [ rAtriyoga ]

m. night-fall, the coming on of night cf. MW.



rā'tri-rakṣaka [ rAtrirakSaka ]

m. a night-watcher, watchman cf. Kathās



rā'tri-rāga [ rAtrirAga ]

m. night-colour, darkness cf. L.



rā'tri-lagna-nirūpaṇa [ rAtrilagnanirUpaNa ]

n. N. of a treatise ascribed to Kālidāsa



rā'tri-loka [ rAtriloka ]

( rā'tri- ), mf ( ā ) n. representing night cf. ŚBr.



rā'tri-vāsas [ rAtrivAsas ]

n. night-dress cf. Tantras

the garment of night, i.e. darkness, obscurity cf. L.



rā'tri-vigama [ rAtrivigama ]

m. ' night-departure ', dawn, daylight cf. L.



rā'tri-viśleṣa-gāmin [ rAtrivizleSagAmin ]

m. ' separating at night ', the ruddygoose ( = cakravāka, q.v. ) cf. L.



rā'tri-vihārin [ rAtrivihArin ]

mfn. roaming at night cf. Mālatīm



rā'tri-veda [ rAtriveda ]

or m. ' night-knower ', a cock cf. L.



rā'tri-vedin [ rAtrivedin ]

m. ' night-knower ', a cock cf. L.



rā'tri-śṛta [ rAtrizRta ]

mfn. cooked by night cf. KātyŚr.



rā'tri-śeṣa [ rAtrizeSa ]

m. the remainder or last part of night cf. ĀśvGṛ.



rā'tri-ṣāman [ rAtriSAman ]

n. = -sāman cf. PañcavBr.



rā'tri-sattra [ rAtrisattra ]

n. a sacrifice or ceremony at night, cf. ŚrS.



rā'tri-sahasrá [ rAtrisahasra ]

n. a thousand night cf. ŚBr.



rā'tri-sācayá [ rAtrisAcaya ]

mfn. coming together or united at night cf. ib.



rā'tri-sāmán [ rAtrisAman ]

n. a Sāman belonging to the Atirātra cf. ib.



rā'tri-sûkta [ rAtrisUkta ]

n. N. of the hymn interpolated after cf. RV. x, 127 cf. ŚāṅkhGṛ.

-vidhāna n. N. of wk.



rā'tri-hāsa [ rAtrihAsa ]

m. ' laughing, i.e. opening at night ', the white lotus cf. L.



rā'tri-hiṇḍaka [ rAtrihiNDaka ]

m. ' moving about at night ', a guard cf. the women's, apartments cf. L.



rā'tri-huta [ rAtrihuta ]

n. a night sacrifice cf. KātyŚr.