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रन्ध्र

रन्ध्र
 rándhra [ randhra ]


n. rarely m. ( prob. fr. √ rad ) a slit, split, opening, aperture, hole, chasm, fissure, cavity cf. RV. etc. ( nine openings are reckoned in the human body, cf. under kha

and sometimes a tenth in the skull, as in the fontanel of an infant )

the vulva cf. BhP.

a partic. part of a horse's head cf. VarBṛS. cf. Śiś. ( cf. upa-r° )

a defect, fault, flaw, imperfection, weak part cf. Yājñ. cf. MBh. etc. ( cf. chidra )

N. of the 8th astrological mansion cf. VarBṛS.

of the number ' nine ' ( cf. above ) cf. MW.

m. N. of a son of Manu Bhautya cf. VP. ( v.l. bradhna )

the off spring of a Brāhman and a Maitrii cf. L.




rándhra-kaṇṭa [ randhrakaNTa ]

m. a species of acacia cf. L.



rándhra-gupti [ randhragupti ]

f. concealing one's weak points cf. Kām



rándhra-prahārin [ randhraprahArin ]

mfn. attacking the weak places ( of an enemy ) cf. Ragh



rándhra-babhru [ randhrababhru ]

m. a rat cf. L.



rándhra-vaṃśa [ randhravaMza ]

m. hollow bamboo cf. L.



randhrâgata [ randhrAgata ]

n. a disease which attacks the throat of horses cf. MBh.



randhrânusārin [ randhrAnusArin ]

mf ( iṇī ) n. seeking for weak or assailable points cf. Mṛcch



randhrânveṣaṇa [ randhrAnveSaNa ]

n. the act of seeking for weak places cf. MW.



randhrânveṣin [ randhrAnveSin ]

mfn. = randhrânusārin cf. ib.



randhrâpêkṣin [ randhrApekSin ]

mfn. watching for weak places, spying out holes cf. ib.



randhrôpanipātin [ randhropanipAtin ]

mfn. rushing in through holes or weak places ( said of misfortunes ) cf. Śak