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रशना

रशना
 raśanā' [ razanA ]


f. ( prob. connected with raśmi and rāśi and derived from a lost √ raś ) a rope, cord, strap

rein, bridle

girth, girdle, zone ( esp. of woman ) cf. RV. etc. ( also fig. applied to the fingers ; Naigh. ii, 5 ).

a ray of light, beam cf. ŚāṅkhBr.

the tongue ( w.r. for rasanā ) cf. L.

( ifc. ) girt by, dependent on cf. Hariv. cf. BhP.




raśanā'-kalāpa [ razanAkalApa ]

or m. a woman's girdle formed out of several strings or threads cf. Kāv. ( cf. raśmi-kalāpa )



raśanā'-kalāpaka [ razanAkalApaka ]

m. a woman's girdle formed out of several strings or threads cf. Kāv. ( cf. raśmi-kalāpa )



raśanā'-kṛta [ razanAkRta ]

( °nâk° ), mfn. guided or led by a cord or bridle cf. Kauś



raśanā'-guṇa [ razanAguNa ]

m. the cord of a girdle

°ṇâspada n. ' place for the cord of a girdle ', the waist cf. Kum



raśanā'-pada [ razanApada ]

n. ' place for the girdle ', the hip cf. L.



raśanôpamā [ razanopamA ]

f. ' string of comparisons ', a form of simile ( when the object to which anything is compared is made the subject of another comparison, which again leads to a third and so on ) cf. Sāh