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रोग

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रोग
 róga [ roga ]


m. ( √ 1. ruj ) ' breaking up of strength ', disease, infirmity, sickness ( also personified as an evil demon ) cf. AV. etc.

a diseased spot cf. Suśr.

Costus Speciosus or Arabicus cf. L.




róga-grasta [ rogagrasta ]

mfn. seized with any disease or sickness cf. W.



róga-ghna [ rogaghna ]

mfn. removing disease cf. Śiś. cf. Suśr.

n. medicine cf. L.

( [ ī ], f. -han )



róga-jña [ rogajJa ]

m. a physician cf. Gal.



róga-jñāna [ rogajJAna ]

n. knowledge of disease cf. Cat.



róga-da [ rogada ]

mfn. giving or causing disease cf. VarBṛS.



róga-nā'śana [ roganAzana ]

mfn. destroying or removing disease cf. AV.



róga-nigrahaṇa [ roganigrahaNa ]

n. suppression of disease cf. Suśr.



róga-nirṇaya [ roganirNaya ]

m. N. of wk.



róga-pālaka [ rogapAlaka ]

m. one who has the care of the sick cf. Subh



róga-puṣṭa [ rogapuSTa ]

m. fever cf. Gal.



róga-prada [ rogaprada ]

mfn. causing disease cf. VarBṛS.



róga-pradīpa [ rogapradIpa ]

m. N. of various wks.



róga-preṣṭha [ rogapreSTha ]

m. fever cf. L. ( v.l. -śreṣṭha )



róga-bhaya [ rogabhaya ]

n. fear of disease cf. VarBṛS.



róga-bhāj [ rogabhAj ]

mfn. possessing disease, ill, sick cf. ib. cf. Pañcat



róga-bhū [ rogabhU ]

f. the place or seat of disease, the body cf. L.



róga-mukta [ rogamukta ]

mfn. freed or recovered from a disease cf. Cat.



róga-murâri [ rogamurAri ]

m. N. of wk.



róga-mūrti-dāna-prakaraṇa [ rogamUrtidAnaprakaraNa ]

n. N. of wk.



róga-rāj [ rogarAj ]

m. ' king or chief of disease ', fever cf. Car. cf. Suśr.



róga-rāja [ rogarAja ]

m. ' king or chief of disease ', consumption cf. L.



róga-lakṣaṇa [ rogalakSaNa ]

n. the sign or symptoms of a disease, pathology cf. Cat.

N. of wk.



róga-viniścaya [ rogavinizcaya ]

m. N. of wk.



róga-vairūpya [ rogavairUpya ]

n. disfigurement caused by disease cf. Kathās



róga-śama [ rogazama ]

m. recovery from sickness cf. Car.



róga-śāntaka [ rogazAntaka ]

m. ' disease-alleviator ', a physician cf. L.



róga-śānti [ rogazAnti ]

f. alleviation or cure of disease cf. W.



róga-śilā [ rogazilA ]

f. realgar, red arsenic cf. L.



róga-śilpin [ rogazilpin ]

m. a species of plant cf. L.



róga-śreṣṭha [ rogazreSTha ]

m. ' chief of disease ', fever cf. L. ( v.l. -preṣṭha )



róga-saṃghāta [ rogasaMghAta ]

m. an attack of fever cf. Suśr.



róga-sambaddha [ rogasambaddha ]

mfn. ' affected by disease ', sick cf. Āpast



róga-sambandha [ rogasambandha ]

mfn. w.r. for prec.



róga-ha [ rogaha ]

n. ' destroying disease ', a drug, medicament cf. W.



róga-han [ rogahan ]

mf ( ghnī ) n. removing disease cf. Suśr.

m. a physician cf. W.



róga-hara [ rogahara ]

mfn. taking away disease, curative cf. Suśr. cf. VarBṛS.

n. medicine cf. L.



róga-hārin [ rogahArin ]

mf ( iṇī ) n. = prec. mfn. cf. L.

m. a physician cf. L.



róga-hṛt [ rogahRt ]

mfn. curing disease cf. L.

m. a physician cf. Rājat



rogâkhya [ rogAkhya ]

n. Costus Speciosus or Arabicus cf. L. ( cf. roga )



rogâdhîśa [ rogAdhIza ]

m. = roga-rāja above



rogânīka [ rogAnIka ]

n. a class of disease, a species of disease cf. Car.

-rāj m. ' chief of all disease ', fever cf. Suśr.



rogântaka [ rogAntaka ]

mfn. ' disease-destroying ', curative

m. a physician cf. W.

-sāra, N. of wk.



rogânvita [ rogAnvita ]

mfn. affected by disease, sick cf. W.



rogâbhyāgama [ rogAbhyAgama ]

m. the symptom of a disease cf. VarYogay



rogâyatana [ rogAyatana ]

n. abode or seat of disease, the body cf. Mn.



rogârambha [ rogArambha ]

m. N. of wk.



rogârta [ rogArta ]

mfn. suffering from disease, sick cf. Mn. cf. MBh.



rogârdita [ rogArdita ]

mfn. id. cf. MBh.



rogâviṣṭa [ rogAviSTa ]

mfn. attacked or affected by disease, sick cf. Āpast



rogâhvaya [ rogAhvaya ]

n. Costus Speciosus or Arabicus cf. Bhpr. ( cf. roga )



rogônmādita [ rogonmAdita ]

mfn. maddened by disease ( said of a dog ) cf. L.



rogôpaśama [ rogopazama ]

m. alleviation or cure of disease cf. Cat.



rogôlbaṇatā [ rogolbaNatA ]

f. the spreading or raging of diseases cf. VarBṛS.