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sad
Dhātu:
सद् sad
Dhātupāṭha:
विशरणगत्यवसादनेषु vizaraNagatyavasAdaneSu सीदन्ति sīdanti

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सद्

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sad [ sad ]


1 in comp. for sat




sad-añjana [ sadaJjana ]

n. calx of brass used as collyrium L.



sad-anugraha [ sadanugraha ]

m. favour towards the good BhP.



sad-apadeśa [ sadapadeza ]

mfn. possessing reality only in semblance ib.



sad-ambha [ sadambha ]

mfn. ( for sadambha See p. 1139 ) having good water KāśīKh.



sad-artha [ sadartha ]

m. a matter in question Kām. Hit.

mfn. wealthy MārkP.

being L.

-sāra-mañjarī f. N. of wk.



sad-alaṃkāra-candrikā [ sadalaMkAracandrikA ]

f. N. of wk.



sad-alaṃkṛti [ sadalaMkRti ]

f. a genuine ornament ( -tā f. ) Kathās



sad-aśva [ sadazva ]

m. a good horse KaṭhUp. MBh. Hariv. etc.

( sád- ), mfn. possessing good horse RV.

drawn by good horse BhP.

m. N. of a son of Samara Hariv. VP.

-vat ind. like a good horse MW.

-sena m. N. of a man Inscr.

°vôrmi m. N. of a man MBh. ( v.l. sadasyôrmī )



sad-asat [ sadasat ]

mfn. being and not being, real and unreal BhP.

true and false ( See n. )

good and bad VarBṛS.

m. pl. the good and the bad Rājat

n. what is existent and non-existence ( also du. ) BhP.

the true and the false Kāv

good and evil Ragh

du. existence and nonexistence, truth and falsehood MW.

-khyāti-vicāra m. N. of wk.

-tva n. existence and non-existence BhP.

-pati m. a lord of what is existent and non-existence Pañcar.

-phala, ( ibc. ) good and evil consequences, °la-maya, mf[ ī ] n. consisting of good and evil consequences MaitrUp. VarBṛS.



sad-asad [ sadasad ]

for -asat in comp.

-ātmaka mf ( ikā ) n. having the nature both of entity and non- entity Mn. Hariv. BhP.

n. original germ L.

-ātmatā f. the having the nature both of entity and non-entity BhP.

-bhāva m. reality and unreality, truth and falsehood Sāntiś

-rūpa mf ( ā ) n. having the appearance of being and non-being BhP.

-viveka m. discrimination between true and false or between good and bad W.

-vyakti-hetu m. the cause of the discrimination between true and false or between good and bad MW.



sad-asan [ sadasan ]

for -asat in comp.

-maya mf ( ī ) n. formed or consisting of existent and non- existence Pur.



sad-asthi-mālā [ sadasthimAlA ]

f. N. of Comm.



sad-ākārin [ sadAkArin ]

mfn. ( for sadā-k° See under sadā ) having a good appearance GāruḍaP.



sad-āgati [ sadAgati ]

m. ( for sadā-g° See under sadā ) = nirvāṇa L.

= sad-īśvara ib.



sad-āgama [ sadAgama ]

m. ( for sadā-g° See p. 1139, col. 2 ) a good doctrine Sāh. Prab. Dharmaśarm

arrival of a good man Sāh



sad-ācaraṇa [ sadAcaraNa ]

n. the manner of acting or behaviour of the good or wise Cat.



sad-ācāra [ sadAcAra ]

m. practice of good men, virtuous conduct, good manners, approved usage Mn. Yājñ. Kāv. etc.

N. of wk.

mf ( ā ) n. well-conducted, virtuous Kathās. Rājat. etc.

-krama m. -candrôdaya m. -cintana n. -dharma m. - nirṇaya m. -paddhati f. -prakaraṇa n. N. of wks.

-vat mfn. well-conducted, well-behaved, having approved usages Mn. Pur.

-varṇana n. -vidhi m. -vivaraṇa n. -saṃgraha m. - samṛddhi f. -sāra-saṃgraha m. -stuti-stotra n. -smṛti - f. - smṛti-vivaraṇa n. -smṛti-vyākhyā, f. N. of wk.

°râhnika-vidhi m. N. of wks.



sad-ācārin [ sadAcArin ]

mfn. ( in vimala-bhrājat-sad-āc°, ' having pure and bright and good conduct ' ) Cat.



sad-ācārya [ sadAcArya ]

m. N. of an author ib.



sad-ātman [ sadAtman ]

mfn. possessing a good nature, good, virtuous W.

m. ( with muni ) N. of an author Cat.



sad-ānana [ sadAnana ]

mfn. fair-faced Kir



sad-ānanda-cid-ātmaka [ sadAnandacidAtmaka ]

mfn. consisting of existence and joy and thought RāmatUp.



sad-āpa [ sadApa ]

mfn. provided with good water, Kāśikh



sad-ābhāsa [ sadAbhAsa ]

mfn. reflecting the really existent BhP.

having the appearance of really existence ib.



sad-āśaya [ sadAzaya ]

mfn. of a good or noble mind HPariś



sad-āśis [ sadAzis ]

f. a good wish or prayer BhP.



sad-āśrita [ sadAzrita ]

mfn. ( for sadâś° See p. 1139, col. 3 ) having recourse or attaching one's self to the virtuous, belonging to the good, virtuous W.



sad-īśvara [ sadIzvara ]

m. = -āgati L.



sad-ukti [ sadukti ]

f. a good word BhP.

mfn. accompanied with good word ib.

-karṇâmṛta n. N. of an anthology



sad-uttara [ saduttara ]

n. a proper answer, good reply W.



sad-uparāga-candrôdaya [ saduparAgacandrodaya ]

m. N. of wk.



sad-upahāra-ratnâkara [ sadupahAraratnAkara ]

m. N. of wk.



sad-gati [ sadgati ]

f. good or happy state or fortune MBh. R. BhP. etc.

the way of good men Kāv



sad-gava [ sadgava ]

m. a good bull MBh.



sad-guṇa [ sadguNa ]

m. a good quality, virtue R. Kathās. BhP. etc.

mf ( ā ) n. having good quality, virtuous Kathās

-nirguṇa-vāda m. N. of wk.

sad-guṇâcārya m. N. of an author Cat.



sad-guru [ sadguru ]

m. a good teacher Kāv. BhP. Siṉhâs

-stotra n. N. of wk.



sad-gorakṣa [ sadgorakSa ]

m. N. of an author Cat.



sad-graha [ sadgraha ]

m. a good or auspicious planet VarBṛS.

mfn. clinging or attached to what is good or true ( with kṛṣṇe, ' attached to Kṛshṇa as to the really true ' ) BhP.



sad-ghana [ sadghana ]

m. wholly existence, nothing but existence NṛsUp.



sad-dhan [ saddhan ]

( for -han ), m. N. of a Deva-gandharva MBh. ( v.l. satvan, ṛtvan )



sad-dhana [ saddhana ]

n. good wealth or property MW.



sad-dharma [ saddharma ]

m. the good law, true justice R. Pur.

( with Buddhists and Jainas ) designation of the Buddhist or Jaina doctrines Buddh. Inscr.

-candrôdaya m. -cintāmaṇi m. -tattvâkhyâhnika, - puṇḍarīka n. ( MWB. 69 ), -laṅkâvatāra m. -samparigraha -, m. N. of wks.



sad-dhī [ saddhI ]

mfn. wise, sage KāśīKh.



sad-dhetu [ saddhetu ]

( for -hetu ), m. the existence of cause and effect W.



sad-dhyāyin [ saddhyAyin ]

mfn. meditating on what is true MaitrUp.



sad-brahman [ sadbrahman ]

n. the true Brahman ib.



sad-bhāgya [ sadbhAgya ]

n. good fortune, felicity Pañcar.



sad-bhāva [ sadbhAva ]

m. real being, existence Bhag. R. MārkP. etc.

the being true, truth, real state of things ( śāstra-bh°, ' the true purport of a work ' ) MBh. VarBṛS. BrahmaP. etc.

the quality of goodness W.

uprightness GāruḍaP.

goodness, kindness, affection for ( prati ), faithfulness MBh. Kāv. Kathās. etc.

-śrī f. N. of a goddess Rājat



sad-bhāṣya [ sadbhASya ]

n. N. of wk.



sad-bhūta [ sadbhUta ]

mfn. who or what is really good or true ( °tôtpādaka, mfn. ' producing what is true ' ) MBh. Hariv.



sad-bhūta-dakṣiṇīya [ sadbhUtadakSiNIya ]

m. N. of Pratyeka-buddhi Divyâv



sad-bhṛtya [ sadbhRtya ]

m. a good servant Kathās



sad-yājin [ sadyAjin ]

mfn. sacrificing what is true MaitrUp.



sad-yukti [ sadyukti ]

f. good reasoning Hit.

-muktâvalī f. N. of wk.



sad-yuvati [ sadyuvati ]

f. a good young woman, virtuous maiden W.



sad-yoga-muktâvalī [ sadyogamuktAvalI ]

f. N. of wk.



sad-yoga-ratnâvalī [ sadyogaratnAvalI ]

f. N. of wk.



sad-ratna [ sadratna ]

n. a genuine gem or pearl Kathās. Pañcar.

-mālā f. N. of wk.



sad-rasa [ sadrasa ]

( prob. ) w.r. for ṣaḍ-r° Kāv



sad-ruci [ sadruci ]

mfn. kindly disposed L.



sad-rūpa-tva [ sadrUpatva ]

n. reality KapS.



sad-vaṃśa [ sadvaMza ]

m. a good bamboo Sāh. Prasaṅg

a noble race ib. Pañcar.

mfn. ' having a fine hilt ' ( as a sword ) and, of noble race ' ( -tva, n. ) Śiś.

-jāta mf ( ā ) n. sprung from a noble race Kathās. [ 1137 , 3 ]



sad-vacas [ sadvacas ]

n. a fair speech Ṛitus



sad-vat [ sadvat ]

( sád- ), mfn. containing or accompanied with a verse containing some form of √ as or bhū TS. Br. ŚrS.

( atī ), f. N. of a daughter of Pulastya and wife of Agni VP.



sad-vatsala [ sadvatsala ]

mfn. kind to the virtuous Ragh



sad-vartaka [ sadvartaka ]

( prob. ) w.r. for saṃv° MārkP.



sad-vasatha [ sadvasatha ]

m. a village L. ( w.r. for saṃv° )



sad-vastu [ sadvastu ]

n. an excellent work MW.

a good thing A.

a good plot or story Vikr



sad-vaha [ sadvaha ]

m. N. of a king Buddh. ( v.l. vāha )



sad-vājin [ sadvAjin ]

m. a noble steed Kāv



sad-vādita [ sadvAdita ]

mfn. well-spoken MW.



sad-vādin [ sadvAdin ]

mfn. true-speaking MaitrUp.



sad-vārttā [ sadvArttA ]

f. good news ( °tām-√ prach, ' to enquire about anyone's health ' ) Kāv



sad-vigarhita [ sadvigarhita ]

mfn. censured by the good Mn. Kām



sad-viccheda [ sadviccheda ]

m. separation from the good Pañcar.



sad-vidya [ sadvidya ]

mfn. having true knowledge, well-informed Kāv. Rājat

( ā ), f. true knowledge Bhartṛ

°yā-vijaya m. N. of wk.



sad-vidhāna [ sadvidhAna ]

w.r. for saṃv° Pañcar.

-pariśiṣṭa n. N. of wk.



sad-viyoga [ sadviyoga ]

m. = -viccheda MW.



sad-vṛkṣa [ sadvRkSa ]

m. a good or fine tree ( -ja mfn. ' made of the wood of a fine tree ' Hcat. ) Kāv



sad-vṛtta [ sadvRtta ]

n. a well-rounded shape ŚārṅgP.

the behaviour of good men, good conduct ( -śālin or -stha mfn. ' being of virtuous conduct ' ) KaushUp. MBh. R. etc.

mf ( ā ) n. well-conducted MBh. R. etc. Gīt.

containing beautiful metres Cat.

-ratnamālā f. -ratnâvalī f. N. of wks.

°ttânta mfn. having good or beautiful stories MW.



sad-vṛtti [ sadvRtti ]

f. good conduct Kām

-bhāj ( Malamāsat. ) or -viśiṣṭa ( MW. ), mfn. possessing good habits, having a good character



sad-velā [ sadvelA ]

f. the right moment Pañcad



sad-veṣa-dhārin [ sadveSadhArin ]

mfn. well-clothed VP.



sad-vaidya [ sadvaidya ]

m. a good physician Kāv

-nātha m. N. of an author Cat.

-ratnâkara m. N. of wk.



sad-vrata [ sadvrata ]

w.r. for -vṛtta n. ( good conduct ) Kām



सद्
 sad [ sad ]

2 cl. 1. or 6. P. ( Dhātup. xx, 24 and xxvii 133 ) sīdati ( ep. also °te ; Ved. sádati or sī'dati, °te ; pf. sasā'da, sasáttha, sedús, sediré RV. ; sīdatus MBh. ; sasadyāt. AV. ; aor. asadat [ cf. pres. stem ], Gr. ; 2. 3. sg. sátsi, sátsat RV. ; asādīt TĀr. ; fut. sattā Gr. ; satsyati Br. ; sīdiṣyati Pur. ; inf. sáde RV. ; sattum Br. ; sīditum MBh. ; ind. p. -sádya, -sádam RV. ; -sādam Br. ), to sit down ( esp. at a sacrifice ), sit upon or in or at ( acc. or loc. ) RV. AV. VS. ŚBr.

to sit down before, besiege, lie in wait for, watch ( acc. ) RV. AitBr.

to sink down, sink into despondency or distress, become faint or wearied or dejected or low-spirited, despond, despair, pine or waste away, perish Mn. MBh. etc. : Pass. sadyate ( aor. asādi , sādi RV. ) : Caus. sādáyati, °te ( aor. asīṣadat ) , to cause to sit down or be seated, place down, put upon or in ( loc. ) RV. etc.

to put in distress, afflict, weary, exhaust, ruin, destroy MBh. Kāv. etc. : Desid. siṣatsati Gr. : Intens. sāsadyate ( Gr. also sāsatti ), to sit down in an indecent posture Bhaṭṭ. [ Cf. Gk. ? for ? ; Lat. sidere, sedere ; Lith. sésti, sedéti ; Slav. s˘esti ; Goth. sitan ; Germ. sitśen ; Angl. Sax. sittan ; Eng. sit. ]



sád [ sad ]

3 mfn. ( mostly ifc.

for 1. See p. 1137, col. 1 ) sitting or dwelling in ( cf. adma-, antarikṣa-, apsu-sad etc. )

m. covering ( the female ) AV.