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स्ना

स्ना
 snā [ snA ]


1 ( cf. √ snu ), cl. 2. P. ( Dhātup. xxiv, 44 ) snā'ti, cl. 4. P. ( Nir. vii, 12 ) snāyati ( ep. also Ā. snāyate Pot. snāyāt

ep. also snāyīta

pf. sasnau, 3. pl. sasnuḥ MBh. BhP.

fut. snātā Gr.

snāsyati, °te MBh. etc.

aor. asnāsīt Gr.

Prec. snāyāt [ cf. above ] or sneyāt ib.

inf. snātum Br. etc.

ind. p. snātvā', -snā'ya RV. etc.

Ved. also snātvī Pāṇ. 7-1, 49 ), to bathe, perform the ceremony of bathing or certain prescribed oblations ( esp. on returning home from the house of a religious preceptor, or on concluding certain vows etc., also with avabhṛtham ) RV. etc.

to smear one's self with ( instr. ) Sarvad. : Pass. snāyate ( aor. asnāyi impers. ) Rājat. : Caus. snāpáyati or snapáyati, with prep. only snāp° ), to cause to bathe, wash , cleanse AV. etc.

to wash away AV. x, 1, 9

to steep or soak in ( loc. ) Bhpr.

to bathe with tears, weep for ( ? ) MW. : Desid. sisnāsati Pāṇ. 8- 3, 61 ( but cf. siṣṇāsu ) : Intens. sāsnāyate, sāsnāti, sāsneti Gr. [ Cf. Gk. ? ; Lat. nare. ]




snā [ snA ]

2 ( or ṣṇā ), mfn. bathing, bathed or immersed in ( cf. ghṛta-, su-snā etc. )