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सुपक्व

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सुपक्व
 sú-pakva [ supakva ]


mf ( ā ) n. ( i.e. 5. su+p°

√ 2. pac ) well-cooked or matured, thoroughly ripe ( lit. and fig. ) AV. Suśr. Pañcar.

a sort of fragrant Mango L.




su [ su ]

( to be similarly prefixed to the following )



su-pakṣá [ supakSa ]

mfn. beautiful-winged AV.



su-pakṣman [ supakSman ]

mfn. having beautiful eyebrows VarBṛS.



su-paṅka [ supaGka ]

m. or n. ( ? ) good clay or mud, Śṛṅgār



su-paṭṭaka [ supaTTaka ]

mfn. having a beautiful girdle Hcat



su-paṭha [ supaTha ]

mf ( ā ) n. easy to read, legible Naish



su-patana [ supatana ]

mfn. flying well ( = -parṇá ) Nir



su-pati [ supati ]

m. a good husband Hariv.



su-pattra [ supattra ]

n. ' beautiful leaf ', the leaf of Laurus Cassia L.

mfn. having beautiful wings Śiś.

well-feathered ( as an arrow ) R.

having a beautiful vehicle Śiś.

having beautiful leaves L.

m. N. of a mythical bird MārkP.

Helianthus Annūs L.

a sort of grass, = pallivāha ib.

a kind of plant ( = āditya-pattra ) MW.

( ā ), f. Asparagus Racemosus L.

Glycine Debilis ib.

Prosopis Spicigera ib.

Beta Bengalensis ib.

a kind of creeper ( = rudra-jaṭā ) ib.

= śāla-parṇī MW.

( ī ), f. a kind of plant ( = gaṅgā-pattrī ) L.



su-pattraka [ supattraka ]

m. Moringa Pterygosperma L.

( ikā ), f. Glycine Debilis L.

jatukā ib.



su-pattrita [ supattrita ]

mfn. well-feathered ( as an arrow ) MBh. Hariv.



su-pattrin [ supattrin ]

mfn. id. MBh. R.



su-pátnī [ supatnI ]

f. ( a woman ) having a good husband or lord RV. AV. VS. etc.



su-páth [ supath ]

m. ( nom. -panthās ) a good path VS. ŚBr. Kāv



su-pátha [ supatha ]

m. n. a good road RV.

virtuous course, good conduct Kathās

mfn. having a good road, h beautiful paths MW.

m. N. of a man Cat.



su-pathin [ supathin ]

m. ( nom. -panthās ) a good road MW.

mf ( °thī ) n. having good roads ib.

( °thin ) -tara m. a better roads Pāṇ. 8-2, 17 Sch.



su-pathyá [ supathya ]

mfn. very wholesome MW.

( ā ), f. a sort of spinage L.

n. a good path VS.



su-pad [ supad ]

( strong base -pād ), mf ( -pádī ) n. having good or beautiful feet, swift-footed RV.



su-pada [ supada ]

n. a good word MBh.

the word su VPrāt.



su-padma [ supadma ]

mfn. having beautiful lotuses MW.

m. N. of a grammar

( ā ), f. ( prob. ) Acorus Calamus L. -dhātupāṭha m. -pariśiṣṭa n. -makaranda m. -ṣaṭkāraka-vyākhyāna n. -samāsa-saṃgraha m. N. of wks.



su-panthās [ supanthAs ]

See su-pathin above



su-paptaní [ supaptani ]

f. ( ī instr. ) swift flight RV.



su-payas [ supayas ]

mfn. having beautiful water Nāg

-vin mfn. abounding in milk Hcat

°yo-dharā f. having a beaut udder ib.



su-parama-turitā [ suparamaturitA ]

f. ( with Buddhists ) N. of a deity Kālac



su-parākrama [ suparAkrama ]

mfn. very powerful MBh.



su-parāñc [ suparAJc ]

mf ( ācī ) n. following one another well, Lāṭy



su-pari [ supari ]

g. saṃkāśâdi



su-parika [ suparika ]

m. endearing form of -paridatta etc. Pāṇ. 5-3, 84 Sch.



su-parikliṣṭa [ suparikliSTa ]

mfn. sorely distressed, grievously pained MW.



su-paricchanna [ suparicchanna ]

mfn. well furnished with requisites ib.



su-parijñāta [ suparijJAta ]

mfn. well ascertained Ratnâv



su-pariṇata [ supariNata ]

mfn. well developed or formed L.



su-pariṇīta [ supariNIta ]

mfn. well accomplished MBh.



su-paridatta [ suparidatta ]

m. N. of a man Pāṇ. 5-3, 84 Sch.



su-paripūjita [ suparipUjita ]

mfn. highly honoured L.



su-paripūrṇa [ suparipUrNa ]

mfn. very full ib.

very complete Hcat

°ṇôttamâṅga-tā f. having the head well developed ( one of the 80 minor marks of a Buddha ) Dharmas. 84



su-paribhāṣa [ suparibhASa ]

mf ( ā ) n. ( prob. ) containing good general definitions or applications Cat.



su-paribhūta [ suparibhUta ]

mfn. greatly humiliated Vajracch.



su-pariya [ supariya ]

m. = -parika Pāṇ. 5-3, 84 Sch.



su-parirakṣita [ suparirakSita ]

mfn. well guarded R.



su-parila [ suparila ]

m. = -parika Pāṇ. 5-3, 84 Sch.



su-pariviṣṭa [ supariviSTa ]

( sú- ), mfn. well prepared VS.



su-parivrāj [ suparivrAj ]

m. a good monk VarBṛS.



su-pariśuddha [ suparizuddha ]

mfn. very pure L.



su-pariśrānta [ suparizrAnta ]

mfn. completely exhausted MBh.

-vāha mfn. having very wearied horses MW.



su-pariṣkṛta [ supariSkRta ]

mf ( ā ) n. well prepared MBh.

well adorned ib.



su-parisruta [ suparisruta ]

mfn. well filtered Suśr.



su-parihara [ suparihara ]

mfn. easy to avoid Bādar. Sch.



su-parîkṣaṇa [ suparIkSaNa ]

n. thorough examination Kām



su-parîkṣita [ suparIkSita ]

mfn. well examined Mn. Kām



su-parîkṣya [ suparIkSya ]

mfn. easy to examine Bcar.



su-paruṣa [ suparuSa ]

mfn. very rough or boisterous ( as wind ) VarBṛS.



su-parus [ suparus ]

mfn. having good knots ( as an arrow ) Śiś.



su-parṇa [ suparNa ]

n. a beautiful leaf R.

( °ṇá ), mf ( ī' ) n. having beautiful leaves L.

having beautiful wings RV.

m. any large bird of prey ( as a vulture, eagle

also applicable to the sun or moon as ' having beautiful rays ', and to soma and clouds

du. ' sun and moon ' ) ib.

any mythical or supernatural bird ( often identified with Garuḍa , and sometimes personified as a Ṛṣi, a Deva-gandharva, and an Asura ) RV. TS. Kāṭh. MBh.

a ray Naigh

a horse ib. Nir

a cock MW.

a partic. array ( as of an army ) MBh.

Cassia Fistula L.

N. of a son of Antariksha ( v.l. -varṇa ) VP.

of a mountain BhP.

m. n. a partic. section of 103 Vedic verses MBh.

( ā ), f. a lotus plant, a pool abounding with lotuses L.

N. of the mother of Garuḍa or of the Prājāpatya Āruṇi Suparṇeya BhP. NārUp.

of a river VP.

( ī ), f. a partic. personification ( mentioned together with Kadrū, sometimes identified with Vāc and regarded as the mother of metres ) TS. Kāṭh. ŚBr.

= garuḍī MBh.

the mother of Su-parṇa Suparṇ

N. of one of the seven tongues of fire Gṛhyās

night Nir

a species of creeper ( = palāśī ) L.

a partic. drug ( = reṇukā ) ib.

-ketu m. ' having Garuḍa for a symbol ', N. of Viṣṇu-Kṛshṇa MBh. BhP. Śiś.

-cít mfn. heaped up or moulded into the form of the bird Su-parṇa VS. ŚBr.

-citi f. -citi-dīpikā f. -citi-paddhati f. N. of wks.

-citya mfn. = -cít Cat.

-yātu ( °ṇá- ), m. a partic. demon RV.

-rāja m. N. of Garuḍa R.

-vāta m. the wind agitated by the wings of Garuḍa MW.

-sád mfn. sitting on the bird Su-parṇa TS.

-súvana mfn. serving as the breeding-place of eagles AV.

°ṇâkhya m. Mesua Roxburghii L.

°ṇâkhyāná n. the story of Su-parṇa Suparṇ

°ṇâṇḍa m. the son of a Śūdra and a Sūta L.

°ṇâdhyāya m. N. of wk.

°ṇī-tanaya m. ' son of Su-parṇī ', Garuḍa L.



su-parṇaka [ suparNaka ]

mfn. having beautiful leaves W.

having good wings ib.

m. Garuḍa or any supernatural bird W.

Cassia Fistula L.

Alstonia Scholaris ib.

Echites Scholaris W.

( ikā ), f. Glycine Debilis L.

Hoya Viridiflora ib.

Vernonia Anthelminthica Bhpr.

= śāla-parṇī MW.

a partic. drug ( = reṇukā ) L.

-kumāra m. pl. ( with Jainas ) a partic. class of deities L.



su-parṇin [ suparNin ]

m. Garuḍa Buddh.



su-parṇeya [ suparNeya ]

m. ( accord. to Sāy. ) metron. fr. Su- parṇā, NārUp.



su-paryavadāta [ suparyavadAta ]

mfn. very clean ib.



su-paryavasita [ suparyavasita ]

mfn. well carried out MBh.

°târtha mfn. thoroughly acquainted with anything ib.



su-paryāpta [ suparyApta ]

mfn. very spacious ( as a house ) Mn. vii, 76

very plentiful R.

well filled or fitted out ( as a palace with various rooms and buildings ) W.

perfectly equal to or a match for anything ( dat. ) R.



su-paryāśīr-datta [ suparyAzIrdatta ]

m. N. of a man Pāṇ. 5-3, 84 Vārtt. 1 Pat.



su-parvaṇa [ suparvaNa ]

mfn. highly extolled MBh.



su-parvata [ suparvata ]

m. N. of a Sādya Hariv.



su-parvan [ suparvan ]

m. a good period of time KāśīKh.

mfn. having beautiful joints or knots MBh. R. etc.

having beautiful sections ( said of books ) Vās

highly extolled Kām. Inscr.

m. cane, bamboo L.

an arrow ib.

smoke ib.

a god, deity KāśīKh. Kāv

= parvan L.

a special lunar day ( in which religious ceremonies are performed , as the full and new moon, and the 8th and 14th days of each fortnight ) MW.

N. of a being reckoned among the Viśve Devā Hariv.

of a son of the 10th Manu, MārkP.

of a son of Antariksha VP.

of a teacher Pat.



su-parvā [ suparvA ]

f. white Dūrvā grass L.



su-palâyita [ supalAyita ]

mfn. well fled W.

n. skilful or well-managed retreat, total rout MBh. Hit.



su-palāśá [ supalAza ]

mfn. having many or beautiful leaves RV. Nir



su-pavi [ supavi ]

mfn. having good tires ( said of wheels ) AV.



su-pavitra [ supavitra ]

n. a kind of metre Col.



su-paścāt [ supazcAt ]

ind. very late in the evening Baudh.



su-pākaka [ supAkaka ]

mf ( ikā ) n. Pāṇ. 7-3, 46 Vārtt. 2 Pat.



su-pākinī [ supAkinI ]

f. a species of Curcuma L.



su-pākya [ supAkya ]

n. a kind of salt ib.



su-pāñcālaka [ supAJcAlaka ]

Pat. on Pāṇ. 1-1, 72 Vārtt. 17



su-pāṭala [ supATala ]

m. N. of a monkey R.



su-pāṭhaka [ supAThaka ]

mfn. reciting well Hcat



su-pāṇí [ supANi ]

mfn. having good or beautiful hands RV. VS.

dexterous-handed RV.



su-pāṇḍara [ supANDara ]

mfn. beautifully white R.



su-pātra [ supAtra ]

m. ( more correctly -yātra ) N. of a man Vās. Introd.

n. a beautiful cup or receptacle Pañcar.

a very fit or worthy person ( esp. to receive gifts ) Kāv. Pañcat. etc.



su-pāda [ supAda ]

mfn. having handsome feet MBh.



su-pāna [ supAna ]

mfn. easy to be drunk Pāṇ. Sch. Vop

°nânna n. sg. good drinkables and eatables VarBṛS.



su-pāman [ supAman ]

m. N. of a man, g. tikâdi



su-pārá [ supAra ]

mf ( ā' ) n. easy to be crossed RV.

easy to be borne ib.

quickly passing off ( as rain ) ib.

leading to a prosperous issue ib. TS.

m. partic. personification SāmavBr. Gaut

( ā ), f. ( in Sāṃkhya ) one of the 9 kinds of Tushṭi Tattvas

-kṣatra ( °pārá- ), mfn. easily traversing his realm ( said of Varuṇa ) RV.

-ga m. N. of the captain of a ship Jātakam. ( n. his abode )



su-pāraṇa [ supAraNa ]

mfn. easy to be gone through or studied Hariv.



su-pārśva [ supArzva ]

mf ( ā ) n. having beautiful sides MBh.

m. a beautiful side ib.

Ficus Infectoria L.

Hibiscus Pupulneoides L.

N. of a Rākshasa R.

of a fabulous bird ( son of Sampāti ) ib.

of a son of Rukma-ratha Hariv.

of a son of Śrut^ayu VP.

of a son of Dṛḍha-nemi BhP.

of the 7th Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇi L.

of a mountain MBh. Pur. etc.

°vôru mfn. having beautiful ribs and thighs MW.



su-pārśvaka [ supArzvaka ]

m. Ficus In fectoria Bhpr.

N. of a son of Citraka Hariv.

of a son of Śrut^ayu BhP.

of the third Arhat of the future Utsarpiṇi L.



su-pāli [ supAli ]

mfn. ( ifc. ) well provided with, distinguished by Hcat



su-pāvá [ supAva ]

mfn. well clarified ( as Soma ) TS.



su-pāśa [ supAza ]

mfn. ( prob. ) having a good noose ( said of Gaṇ^eśa ) Cat.

( ā' ), f. a strong noose AV.



su-piṅgalā [ supiGgalA ]

f. Cardiospermum Halicacabum L.

another plant ( = jīvantī ) ib.



su-pitrya [ supitrya ]

mfn. maintaining the paternal ( character ) well RV.



su-pidhāna [ supidhAna ]

mf ( ā ) n. well closed or locked up MBh.



su-pippalá [ supippala ]

mf ( ā' ) n. bearing good berries RV. VS. AV. etc.



su-píś [ supiz ]

mfn. ( perhaps ) having fine ornaments, well-formed, graceful RV.



su-piṣṭa [ supiSTa ]

m. N. of a min, g. śivâdi

pl. his descendants, g. upakâdi



su-pis [ supis ]

mfn. going well Pāṇ. Sch. Vop



su-pihita-vat [ supihitavat ]

mfn. having ( the ears, acc. ) carefully closed Kāv



su-pīḍana [ supIDana ]

n. the act of pressing strongly L.



su-pīḍita [ supIDita ]

mfn. well pressed MW.



su-pīta [ supIta ]

mfn. quite yellow MBh.

m. N. of the 5th Muhūrta, IndSt

n. a carrot L.

yellow sandal ib.



su-pīna [ supIna ]

mfn. very fat or big R.



su-pīvan [ supIvan ]

mfn. id. Pāṇ. 3-2, 74 Sch.

drinking well L.



su-pīvás [ supIvas ]

mfn. = -pīna RV.



su-pú [ supu ]

or mfn. clarifying well VS. AV.



su-pū' [ supU ]

mfn. clarifying well VS. AV.



su-puṃsī [ supuMsI ]

f. a woman who has a good husband Uṇ. Sch.



su-puṅkha [ supuGkha ]

mfn. having a fine shaft, well-feathered ( as an arrow ) MBh. R.



su-puṭa [ supuTa ]

mf ( ā ) n. having beautiful nostrils VarBṛS.

m. N. of two bulbous plants L.



su-puṇya [ supuNya ]

mfn. very excellent MBh.

n. great religious or moral merit Kāv

-gandha mfn. having an excellent smell, very fragrant. MBh.

-da mfn. giving great merit, very meritorious Pañcar.



su-putra [ suputra ]

m. an excellent son Kāv

( °trá ), mf ( ā' ) n. having excellent or many children RV. AV. TBr. etc.

n. the fruit of the Flacourtia Cataphracta L.



su-putrikā [ suputrikA ]

f. a kind of Oldenlandia L.



su-pura [ supura ]

n. a strong fortress Hariv.



su-puruṣa [ supuruSa ]

m. a partic. personification SāmavBr. Gaut



su-puru-hūti [ supuruhUti ]

mfn. very much invoked BhP.



su-purodhas [ supurodhas ]

m. a good domestic priest Inscr.



su-puṣkara [ supuSkara ]

m. a globe-amaranth L.

( ā ), f. Hibiscus Mutabilis ib.



su-puṣkala [ supuSkala ]

mfn. very copious MBh. BhP.



su-puṣṭa [ supuSTa ]

mfn. well fed Pañcat



su-puṣṭí [ supuSTi ]

f. good prosperity AV.



su-puṣpa [ supuSpa ]

n. ' good flower ', cloves L.

the menstrual excretion ib.

mfn. having beautiful flowers Kāv

m. Pterospermum Suberifolium L.

globe-amaranth ib.

= rakta-puṣpaka ib.

= haridru ib.

the coral tree W.

N. of a mythical king Inscr.

( ā ), f. ( only L. ) anise

( prob. ) Phlomis Zeylanica

Clitoria Ternatea

= kośātakī

( ī ), f. ( only L. ) Andropogon Aciculatus

Clitoria Ternatea

anise

Argyreia Speciosa

Phlomis Zeylanica

Musa Sapientum

a white-flowering Aparājitā

n. ( only L. ) Curcuma Longa

Hibiscus Mutabilis

Tabernaemontana Coronaria

= tūla



su-puṣpaka [ supuSpaka ]

m. Acacia Sirissa L.

( ikā ), f. ( only L. ) Argyreia Speciosa or Argentea

Bignonia Suaveolens

Anethum Sowa



su-puṣpita [ supuSpita ]

mfn. having beautiful flowers, abounding with flowers ( e ind. ' on a place abounding with flowers ' ) MBh. R.

having the hair bristling ( with delight ) MW.



su-puṣya [ supuSya ]

m. N. of a Buddha Lalit.



su-pū' [ supU ]

See -pú



su-pūjita [ supUjita ]

mfn. highly honoured MBh. R.

( a cup ) taken well care of, i.e. well cleansed VarBṛS.



su-pūta [ supUta ]

( sú- ), mfn. well clarified RV.



su-pūra [ supUra ]

mf ( ā ) n. easy to be filled MBh. Pañcat

well filling MW.

m. a citron L.



su-pūraka [ supUraka ]

m. id. ib.

Agati Grandiflora ib.



su-pūrṇa [ supUrNa ]

( sú- ), mf ( ā ) n. well filled, quite full RV. VS. ĀśvŚr. etc.

richly adorned with ( instr. ) MBh.



su-pūrvam [ supUrvam ]

ind. very early in the morning Baudh. ( w.r. °vām )

°vâhṇe ind. early in the forenoon AitBr. ŚrS.



su-pṛkṣ [ supRkS ]

mfn. abounding with food RV.



su-peśa [ supeza ]

m. fine woven cloth or texture of any kind BhP.

mfn. = -péśas ib.



su-peśala [ supezala ]

mf ( ā ) n. very beautiful or handsome ib.



su-péśas [ supezas ]

mfn. well adorned, beautiful, handsome RV. VS. TBr. etc.



su-póṣa [ supoSa ]

mfn. prosperous VS. TBr.

easy to be maintained, not requiring much support ( -tā f. ) L.



su-pta [ supta ]

( fr. su + ptā

for supta See p. 1230 ), mfn. having beautiful braids of hair Kād

m. a wagtail with a black breast L.



su-prakāśa [ suprakAza ]

mf ( ā ) n. well-lighted Kathās

very or distinctly visible Mn. viii, 245

very public W.



su-prakīrṇêndriya [ suprakIrNendriya ]

mfn. addicted to too frequent seminal effusion ( i.e. to sexual excess ) VarBṛS.



su-praketá [ supraketa ]

mfn. very bright, conspicuous, notable RV.

very attentive ib.

( -práketa ) very considerate or wise ib.



su-prakṣālita [ suprakSAlita ]

mfn. well washed MBh. Car. Viṣṇ



su-prakhya [ suprakhya ]

m. N. of a man ( See sauprakhya )



su-pragamana [ supragamana ]

mfn. very accessible Nir



su-pragupta [ supragupta ]

mfn. well hidden, very secret Kāv



su-pracāra [ supracAra ]

mfn. going in a right course ( also said of planets ) Hariv.

appearing beautifully MBh.



su-prácetas [ supracetas ]

mfn. very wise RV.



su-pracchanna [ supracchanna ]

mfn. well concealed Daś



su-prajá [ supraja ]

mf ( ā ) n. having good or numerous children ( -tama ) RV. MBh. R. etc.

°jā-pati m. a good Prajā-pati ( Viṣṇu ) Viṣṇ

°jā'-vat mfn. abounding in children RV.

°jā-váni mfn. bestowing many children VS. TS.



su-prajás [ suprajas ]

mfn. = -prajá

having a good son ( ' in any one ', instr.

-tva n. ) RV. AV. VS. etc.



su-prajāta [ suprajAta ]

mfn. having numerous off spring Hariv.



su-prajās-tvá [ suprajAstva ]

n. the having many children RV. VS. TS.



su-prajña [ suprajJa ]

mf ( ā ) n. very wise MBh. Kathās



su-prajñāná [ suprajJAna ]

mfn. easy to be perceived or found MaitrS. Kāṭh



su-práṇīti [ supraNIti ]

f. safe guidance RV. ŚāṅkhŚr.

mfn. guiding safely RV. AV. Kauś

following good guidance RV.



su-pratara [ supratara ]

mf ( ā ) n. easy to be crossed ( as a river ) Ragh

easily crossing over MW.

projecting far ( ? ) ib.



su-pratarka [ supratarka ]

m. a sound judgement, good understanding or intellect MW.



su-pratardana [ supratardana ]

m. N. of a king ib.



su-pratāra [ supratAra ]

mf ( ā ) n. well conveying over ( as a ship ) R.



su-pratikara [ supratikara ]

mfn. easy to be requited ib.



su-pratigṛhīta [ supratigRhIta ]

( sú- ), mfn. well seized ŚBr.



su-praticákṣa [ supraticakSa ]

mfn. beautiful to look at RV.



su-praticchanna [ supraticchanna ]

mfn. completely covered or enveloped ( as with a garment ) L.

( am ), ind. in a very secret manner MBh.



su-praticchinna [ supraticchinna ]

mfn. well distributed L.



su-pratijña [ supratijJa ]

m. N. of a Dānava Kathās



su-pratipanna [ supratipanna ]

mfn. leading a virtuous course of life, well-conducted L.



su-pratipūjita [ supratipUjita ]

mfn. well honoured or worshipped MBh.



su-pratibhā [ supratibhA ]

f. spirituous liquor ib.



su-pratima [ supratima ]

m. N. of a king MBh.



su-prativarman [ suprativarman ]

m. N. of a man Pañcat



su-pratividdha [ supratividdha ]

mfn. well hit or pierced ( with dṛṣtyā ', well looked through ' ) L.



su-pratiśraya [ supratizraya ]

mfn. possessing good shelter R.



su-pratiṣṭha [ supratiSTha ]

mf ( ā ) n. standing firm Sāy

firmly supporting Ml.

having beautiful legs MBh.

very celebrated, famous MW.

m. a kind of military array Kām

N. of the 2nd month, IndSt. a partic. Samādhi Buddh.

( ā ), f. firm position ŚvetUp.

good reputation, fame W.

the establishment ( of a temple, idol etc. ) ib.

installation, consecration ib.

a kind of metre Nidānas. RAnukr. Sch. Chandom

N. of one of the Mātṛs attending on Skanda MBh.



su-pratiṣṭhāná [ supratiSThAna ]

mfn. standing firm VS.



su-pratiṣṭhāpita [ supratiSThApita ]

mfn. well established or set up ( as an image ) Kathās



su-pratiṣṭhita [ supratiSThita ]

( sú- ), mf ( ā ) n. standing firm AV. MBh. Pañcat

properly set up or established Hit.

thoroughly implanted in ( loc. ) ib.

well consecrated W.

celebrated ib.

faring well R.

' well supported ', having beautiful legs MBh. R.

m. Ficus Glomerata L.

a partic. Samādhi Kāraṇḍ

N. of a Deva-putra Lalit.

( ā ), f. N. of an Apsaras VP.

n. N. of a town in Pratishṭhāna Kathās

-caraṇa m. a partic. Samādhi Kāraṇḍ

-cāritra m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva Buddh.

-pāṇipāda-tala-tā f. the having the palms of the hands and soles of the feet well ( and equally ) placed ( one of the 32 signs of perfection ) Dharmas. 83

-yaśas mfn. one whose renown is well established Ratnâv.

°tâsana m. a partic. Samādhi Kāraṇḍ



su-pratiṣṇāta [ supratiSNAta ]

mfn. well bathed MW.

thoroughly purified or cleared ib. well versed in ib.

well investigated, clearly ascertained ib.

-sūtra m. a Brāhman well versed in the Sūtras, one who is well skilled in repeating or has clearly ascertained the ( meaning of the ) Sūtras ib.



su-prátīka [ supratIka ]

mf ( ā ) n. having a beautiful shape or form, handsome, lovely RV. AV. VS. etc.

having a beautiful face MW.

having a beautiful trunk, strong as an elephant's trunk ib.

honest BhP.

m. N. of Śiva Śivag

of Kāma-deva L.

of a Yaksha Kathās

of various men MBh. Pur. Kathās

of a mythical elephant ( °kânvaya mfn. L. ) MBh. Ragh. Vās

n. N. of a pool KāśīKh.

°kêśvara n. N. of a Liṅga ib.



su-pratīkinī [ supratIkinI ]

f. the female of the elephant Su-pratīka L.



su-pratîta [ supratIta ]

mfn. well known Sāh

m. N. of a preceptor VBr.



su-pratīpa [ supratIpa ]

m. N. of a king VP.



su-pratúr [ supratur ]

mfn. ( nom. °tū's ) very victorious RV.



su-prátūrti [ supratUrti ]

mfn. id. ib. TS. TBr.



su-prátyañc [ supratyaJc ]

mf ( ticī ) n. well turned back VS.



su-pratyavasita [ supratyavasita ]

mfn. ( perhaps ) safely returned to one's own country Kāś



su-pratyūdha [ supratyUdha ]

( °yūLha ), mfn. properly pushed back ŚāṅkhŚr.



su-pradadi [ supradadi ]

( sú- ), mfn. very liberal AV.



su-pradarśa [ supradarza ]

mf ( ā ) n. of beautiful appearance MBh.



su-pradohā [ supradohA ]

f. easily milked ib.



su-pradhṛṣya [ supradhRSya ]

mfn. easy to be injured or overpowered ib.



su-pranṛtta [ supranRtta ]

n. a beautiful dance R.



su-prapañca-hīna [ suprapaJcahIna ]

mfn. destitute of variety NṛsUp.



su-prapāṇá [ suprapANa ]

n. a good drinking-place RV.

mfn. easy or fit for drinking ib. AV.



su-prabala [ suprabala ]

mfn. very powerful. MBh.



su-prabuddha [ suprabuddha ]

mfn. completely enlightened ( as a Buddha ) Buddh.

m. N. of a king of the Śākyas ib.



su-prabha [ suprabha ]

mf ( ā ) n. having a good appearance, beautiful MBh. Hariv. R.

very bright or splendid, glorious W.

m. N. of a Dānava Hariv.

of a Devaputra Kathās

of one of the 9 Balas of the Jainas L.

of various kings VP. Cat.

( ā ), f. Vernonia Anthelminthica L.

one of the 7 tongues of Fire Tantras

N. of one of the Mātṛs attending on Skanda MBh.

of a Sur^aṅganā, Siṃh^ā

of various women MBh. Pur. etc.

of one of the 7 Sarasvatis MBh.

n. N. of a Varsha ruled by Su-prabha VP.

-deva m. N. of a man Cat.

-pura n. N. of a town ib.



su-prabhava-deva [ suprabhavadeva ]

w.r. for -prabhad°, Sis



su-prabhāta [ suprabhAta ]

mf ( ā ) n. beautifully illuminated by dawn R.

( ā ), f. N. of a river BhP.

n. a beautiful dawn or day break Kāv

the earliest dawn MW.

a morning prayer VāmP.

( e ), ind. at earliest break of day MW.

-stotra n. N. of wk.



su-prabhāva [ suprabhAva ]

m. great might, omnipotence R.



su-prabheda-tantra [ suprabhedatantra ]

n. N. of wk.



su-prabheda-pratiṣṭhātantra [ suprabhedapratiSThAtantra ]

n. N. of wk.



su-pramadhu [ supramadhu ]

m. N. of a Brāhman Buddh.



su-pramaya [ supramaya ]

mfn. easily measured Pāṇ. 6-1, 50 Vārtt. 2 Pat.



su-pramāṇa [ supramANa ]

mfn. large-sized Hcat



su-prayás [ suprayas ]

mfn. well regaled RV. VS.

food-bestowing MW.



su-prayā' [ suprayA ]

mfn. pleasant to tread on RV.



su-prayā'van [ suprayAvan ]

mfn. moving well along, swift ( said of horses ) ib.



su-prayukta [ suprayukta ]

mfn. well discharged ( as an arrow ) L.

well recited Sāh

well planned ( as a fraud ) Pañcat. Vet. etc.

well joined or applied or attached W.

well managed ib.

closely connected ib.

-śara m. one who fits an arrow skilfully on a bow, a good marksman, skilful archer MW.



su-prayoga [ suprayoga ]

m. good application, good management ib.

dexterity, expertness ib.

close contact ib.

mfn. well discharged L.

easy to be acted ( as a drama ) Sāh

( ā ), f. N. of a river MBh. Pur.

-viśikha m. = su-prayukta-śara MW.



su-pralambha [ supralambha ]

mfn. easily deceived Pāṇ. 7-1, 67 Sch.

easy of attainment W.



su-pralāpa [ supralApa ]

m. good speech, eloquence L.



su-pravācaná [ supravAcana ]

mfn. worthy of much praise RV.



su-pravādita [ supravAdita ]

mfn. making good music Hariv.



su-pravṛkṇa [ supravRkNa ]

mf ( ā ) n. well cut up ( used in explaining ūrj ) Nir



su-pravṛkti [ supravRkti ]

f. = -vṛkti ib.



su-pravṛtta [ supravRtta ]

mfn. being well in order MBh.

acting well Hariv.



su-pravṛddha [ supravRddha ]

mfn. full-grown ib.

m. N. of a Sauviraka MBh.



su-pravedita [ supravedita ]

mfn. well made known Buddh.



su-pravepita [ supravepita ]

mfn. trembling much R.



su-praveśa [ supraveza ]

mf ( ā ) n. having a beautiful entrance MBh.



su-pravrajita [ supravrajita ]

mfn. wandering well about ( as a mendicant ), i.e. a good or proper monk Buddh.



su-praśaṃsita [ suprazaMsita ]

mfn. greatly praised, very famous Pañcar.



su-praśastá [ suprazasta ]

mfn. greatly praised, excellent AV.

well known, very famous Pañcar.



su-praśna [ suprazna ]

m. ( prob. ) = sukha-p° MBh.



su-prasanna [ suprasanna ]

mf ( ā ) n. very clear ( as water ) ib. R.

very bright or serene ( as the face or mind ) Pañcat. Hit. etc.

very gracious or favourable MārkP.

m. N. of Kubera L.



su-prasannaka [ suprasannaka ]

m. Ocimum Pilosum L.

= kṛṣṇârjaka MW.



su-prasarā [ suprasarA ]

v.l. for -prasārā L.



su-prasava [ suprasava ]

m. easy parturition Sāy



su-prasāda [ suprasAda ]

m. extreme graciousness or propitiousness MW.

mfn. easily placable Mn. MBh. R.

very gracious or kind, auspicious MW.

m. N. of Śiva L.

of one of Skanda's at ' tendants MBh.

of an Asura Hariv.

( ā ), f. N. of one of the Mātṛs attending on Skanda MBh.



su-prasādaka [ suprasAdaka ]

mfn. = -prasāda ib.



su-prasādhita [ suprasAdhita ]

mfn. well adorned Kathās



su-prasārā [ suprasArA ]

f. Paederia Foetida L.



su-prasārita [ suprasArita ]

mf ( ā ) n. widely extended R.



su-prasiddha [ suprasiddha ]

mfn. well known Sāh. Kṣitîś

-pada-mañjarī f. N. of wk.



su-prasū [ suprasU ]

f. well or easily bringing forth ŚāṅkhGṛ.



su-prahāra [ suprahAra ]

m. a well dealt blow Hariv. ( v.l. samprah° )

N. of a fisherman Kathās



su-prākāra [ suprAkAra ]

m. a beautiful wall or rampart Inscr.



su-prākṛta [ suprAkRta ]

mf ( ā ) n. very vulgar R.



su-prāñc [ suprAJc ]

( sú- ), mfn. ( nom. prāṅ, prācī, prāk ) going straight forward RV. VS.



su-prāta [ suprAta ]

mfn. ( fr. next ) dawning beautifully Bhaṭṭ.

n. a fine morning Śiś.



su-prātár [ suprAtar ]

ind. fine dawn or morning AV.



su-prātiveśmika [ suprAtivezmika ]

mfn. having a good neighbour HYogay



su-prâpa [ suprApa ]

mfn. easily obtainable MBh. R.



su-prâpya [ suprApya ]

mfn. id. ( in a-supr° ) Kathās



su-prâyaṇá [ suprAyaNa ]

mf ( ā' ) n. easily to be approached, pleasant to be trodden ( superl. -tama ) RV.



su-prāvargá [ suprAvarga ]

mfn. ( for su-prav° ) well distinguished RV.



su-prâvī' [ suprAvI ]

or mfn. very attentive or mindful, very zealous ib.



su-prâvyá [ suprAvya ]

mfn. very attentive or mindful, very zealous ib.



su-priya [ supriya ]

( sú- ), mf ( ā ) n. very dear or pleasant AV. etc.

m. ( in prosody ) a foot of two short syllables, a pyrrhic Col.

N. of a Gandharva Buddh.

( ā ), f. a lovely woman or favourite wife MW.

N. of an Apsaras MBh. Hariv.

of a peasant girl Lalit.

°yâtman mfn. having a pleasant nature, very agreeable R.



su-prīta [ suprIta ]

( sú- ), mf ( ā ) n. very delighted, well pleased with ( loc. ) RV. etc.

much cherished, very dear or lovely Pañcar.

very kind or friendly MW.



su-prīti [ suprIti ]

f. great joy or delight

-kara m. ' causing great delight ', N. of a king of the Kiṃnaras Buddh.

-yukta mf ( ā ) n. filled with great joy or delight R.



su-praˆitu [ supraitu ]

mfn. easy to be gone through or traversed RV.



su-prôkṣita [ suprokSita ]

mfn. well sprinkled Viṣṇ



su-praˆuḍha [ suprauDha ]

mfn. full-grown

( ā ), f. a marriageable girl Subh



su-psáras [ supsaras ]

mfn. enjoying a good meal, fond of dainty food ( superl. -tama ) RV.



su-phála [ suphala ]

or mf ( ā ) n. yielding much or good fruit, fruitful RV. AV.



su-phalá [ suphala ]

mf ( ā ) n. yielding much or good fruit, fruitful RV. AV.

having a good blade ( as a sword ) MBh.

m. ( only L. ) the wood-apple tree, Feronia Elephantum

the citron tree

Pterospermum Acerifolium

the pomegranate tree

Zizyphus Jujuba

Phaseolus Mungo

( ā ), f. ( only L. ) Momordica Mixta

Gmelina Arborea

a kind of brown grape

colocynth

Beninkasa Cerifera

Musa Sapientum



su-phalī-√ kṛ [ suphalIkR ]

( sú- ), P. -karoti, to cleanse well from husks GṛŚrS.



su-phālá [ suphAla ]

or m. a good ploughshare AV. MaitrS.



su-phā'la [ suphAla ]

m. a good ploughshare AV. MaitrS.



su-phulla [ suphulla ]

mfn. flowering beautifully, having beautiful blossoms R.



su-phena [ suphena ]

( sú- ), mf ( ā ) n. containing good foam, TS.

m. a cuttlefish bone L.



su-baddhá [ subaddha ]

mf ( ā' ) n. bound fast RV.

firmly closed, clenched Hariv.



su-bandha [ subandha ]

mfn. well bound or secured, having a good binding W.

m. sesamum L.



su-bandhana-vimocana [ subandhanavimocana ]

m. ' good deliverer from bonds ', N. of Śiva MBh.



su-bándhu [ subandhu ]

or mfn. closely connected or related, good friend RV. AV. Bhartṛ



su-bandhú [ subandhu ]

mfn. closely connected or related, good friend RV. AV. Bhartṛ

m. N. of a Ṛṣi ( having the patr. Gaupāyana or Laupāyana and author of various hymns in RV. ) Anukr.

N. of the author of the Vasava-dattā ( who prob. lived in 7th century A. D. )

of a merchant Kathās

of various other persons HPariś



su-babhru [ subabhru ]

mfn. dark brown MBh.



su-barhis [ subarhis ]

mfn. having good sacrificial grass RV. VS.



su-bala [ subala ]

m. ' very powerful ', N. of Śiva MBh.

of a mythical bird ( son of Vainateya ) ib.

of a son of Manu Bhautya MārkP.

of a son of Sumati VP.

of a king of the Gāndhāras ( father of Śakuni and the wife of Dhṛta- rāshṭra ) MBh. Hariv. BhP.

-candra m. ( with ācārya ) N. of an author Cat.

-putra m. ' son of Subala ', N. of Śakuni ( cf. saubala ) MBh.

-vat mfn. very strong or powerful, Pracaṇḍ



su-bahu [ subahu ]

mf ( ) n. very much, very many, very numerous Mn. MBh. etc.

( u ), ind. much, very much, greatly BhP.

-dhā ind. very much, often, frequently Hcat

-śas ind. id. MBh. MārkP.

-śruta mfn. deeply versed in the Veda etc. R.



su-bāndhava [ subAndhava ]

m. ' good friend ', N. of Śiva MBh.



su-bāla [ subAla ]

mfn. very childish R.

m. a good boy Bcar. xiii, 36

a god L.

n. N. of an Upanishad

(Ślā ) grāma m. N. of a village Cat.



su-bālaka [ subAlaka ]

m. N. of the author of a Kāma-śāstra ib.



su-bāladhi [ subAladhi ]

See -vāladhi.



su-bāliśa [ subAliza ]

mf ( ā ) n. very childish or foolish MBh.



su-bāhú [ subAhu ]

mfn. having strong or handsome arms RV. VS.

m. N. of a serpent-demon MBh.

of one of Skanda's attendants ib.

of a Dānava Hariv.

of a Rākshasa ib. R. ( cf. -śatru )

of a Yaksha VP.

of a son of Dhṛta-rāshṭra and king of Cedi MBh.

of a king of Videhā Buddh.

of a son of Mati-nāra Hariv.

of a son of Citraka ib.

of a son of Kṛshṇa BhP.

of a son of Śatru-ghna R.

of a son of Pratibāhu BhP.

of a son of Kuvalay^aśva MārkP.

of a brother of Alarka ib.

of a Bodhi-sattva and a Bhikshu Buddh.

of a monkey R.

( ús ), f. N. of an Apsaras MBh.

-paripṛcchā f. N. of wk.

-yukta m. N. of a king of the Gandharvas Kāraṇḍ

-śatru m. N. of Rāma Uttarar



su-bāhuka [ subAhuka ]

m. N. of a Yaksha VP.



su-bīja [ subIja ]

n. good seed Mn. x, 69

m. ' having good seed ', N. of Śiva MBh.

the poppy L.



su-bībhatsa [ subIbhatsa ]

mfn. very disgusting or hideous MBh.



su-buddhi [ subuddhi ]

f. good understanding Pañcat

mfn. of good understanding, wise, clever, intelligent Kāv. Kathās. etc.

m. N. of a son of Māra-putra Lalit.

of two kings Kṣitîś

of a crow Hit.

-candra m. N. of a man Buddh.

-mat mfn. very intelligent or wise Kathās

-miśra and -miśramahêśvara m. N. of authors Cat.



su-búdha [ subudha ]

mf ( ā ) n. vigilant AV.



su-bodha [ subodha ]

m. right intelligence, good information or knowledge BhP.

N. of an astron. wk.

( ā ), f. N. of various Comms

mf ( ā ) n. easy to be understood, easily taught, easy ( am ind. ) Kāv. Pañcat. BhP.

-kāra m. N. of an author Cat.

-jātaka n. -pañcikā f. -mañjarī f. N. of wks.



su-bodhanā [ subodhanA ]

f. N. of a Tantra wk.



su-bodhanī [ subodhanI ]

f. N. of various Comms



su-bodhikā [ subodhikA ]

f. N. of a Comm. on the Sārasvata-prakriyā



su-bodhinī [ subodhinI ]

f. N. of various Comms. ( esp. on the Bhagavad-gītā, the Mit^aksharā, the Brahma-sūtras etc. )

-kāra m. the author of the Subodhinī ( a gram. wk. ) Cat.



su-brahmaṇīya [ subrahmaNIya ]

mfn. relating to the Subrahmaṇya ( See next ) Lāṭy. Sch.



su-brahmaṇyá [ subrahmaNya ]

mfn. very kind or dear to Brāhmans ( said of Viṣṇu ) Pañcar.

m. N. of one of the three assistants of the Udgātṛ priest Br. ŚrS. MBh.

N. of Śiva Śivag

of Skanda or Kārttikeya RTL. 211-218

of various authors etc. ( also with ācārya, paṇḍita, yajvan, and śāstrin ) Cat.

( ā ), f. a partic. recitation of certain Mantras by the Udgātṛ priests ( sometimes also the priest himself ) Br. ŚrS.

( am ), n. ( = f. ) a particṛecitation Hariv.

N. of a district in the south of India Cat.

(Śṇya ) kṣetra-māhātmya n. -pañca-ratna n. -paddhati f. - pūjā-vidhi m. -prayoga m. -māhātmya n. -sahasra-nāman, n. - stotra, n. N. of wk.

°ṇyâṣṭaka n. N. of wk.



su-brahman [ subrahman ]

m. a good Brāhman ŚāṅkhŚr.

N. of a Deva-putra Lalit.

n. the good Brahman AitBr.

( -bráhman ), mfn. attended with good prayers or having a good Brahman ( priest ) RV.

( °ma ) -bandhūka mfn. Kāś. on Pāṇ. 6-2, 173

-vāsudeva m. N. of the son of Vasu-deva in the form of Brahmā ( i.e. of Kṛshṇa identified with the Creator ) Tithyād



su-brāhmaṇa [ subrAhmaNa ]

( sú- ), m. a good Brāhman AV.



su-bha [ subha ]

n. ( for subha See s.v. ) an auspicious constellation Bhadrab

-bodhârthamālā-paddhati f. N. of wk.



su-bhaṃsas [ subhaMsas ]

mfn. ( prob. ) having a beautiful mons Veneris TBr.



su-bhakti [ subhakti ]

f. great devotion to or love for ( -tas, ' out of great devotion ' ) Hcat



su-bhakṣya [ subhakSya ]

n. excellent food Pañcat



su-bhága [ subhaga ]

mf ( ā ) n. possessing good fortune, very fortunate or prosperous, lucky, happy, blessed, highly favoured RV. etc.

beautiful, lovely, charming, pleasing, pretty ( voc. subhaga and subhage, often in friendly address ) ib.

nice ( ironical ) Vās. ( = śobhana-paśu Sch. )

liked, beloved, dear ( as a wife ) AV. MBh. R.

delicate, slender, thin Car.

( ifc. ) suitable for Śak. ( v.l. )

( am ), ind. beautifully, charmingly Megh

greatly, in a high degree ( v.l. for sutarām ) Śak

m. N. of Śiva Śivag

borax L.

Michelia Champaka L.

Jonesia Asoka L.

red Amaranth L.

N. of a son of Subala MBh.

( ā ), f. good fortune ( in this sense the loc. āsu seems to be used ) PañcavBr.

a beloved or favourite wife R. ( cf. comp. )

a five-year-old girl representing Durgā at festivals L.

musk L.

N. of various plants ( a species of Musa

Glycine Debilis

Cyperus Rotundus etc. ) L.

( in music ) a partic. Rāgiṇī Saṃgīt

N. of a daughter of Prādhā MBh.

of one of the Mātṛs attending on Skanda ib.

of a kind of fairy Buddh.

( am ), n. good fortune

bitumen L. MW.

_ -ṃ-karaṇa ( °gáṃ- ), mf ( ī ) n. making happy AV.

charming, enchanting Rājat

n. fascinating, winning ( a woman ) Cat.

-tā f. love, conjugal felicity VarBṛS.

-tvá n. welfare, prosperity RV. PārGṛ.

favour, dearness ( esp. of a wife ) VarBṛS. Vās.

-mānin mfn. thinking one's self fortunate or pleasing R. Daś

m-bhavinṣṇu mfn. becoming fortunate or pleasing Pāṇ. 3-2, 57

-m-bhāvuka mfn. id. ib. Dhūrtas

-m-manya mfn. ( = -mānin ) Daś. ( -bhāva m. ' self-conceit, vanity ' Megh. )

-saṃdeśa m. N. of a poem by Nārāyaṇa

°gâkheṭa-bhūmi mfn. having fine hunting-grounds ( -tva n. ) Kathās

°gā-tanaya m. the son of a beloved wife or of an honoured mother R.

°gânanda m. N. of a Prahasana ( -nātha m. N. of an author Cat. )

°gârcana-candrikā f. °gârcā-ratna n. N. of wks.

°gā-suta m. ( = °gā-tanaya ) L.

°gôdaya m. ' rise of prosperity ', N. of wk. ( also °ya-darpaṇa, m. )



su-bhagaya [ subhagaya ]

Nom. P. °yati, to make beautiful, adorn BhP.



su-bhaṅga [ subhaGga ]

mfn. easily broken, brittle W.

m. the cocoa-nut tree L.



su-bhañjana [ subhaJjana ]

m. a red species of Hyperanthera Morunga L.



su-bhaṭa [ subhaTa ]

m. a great warrior, champion, soldier Kāv. Kathās. etc.

N. of various men Kathās

of a poet ( author of the drama Dūtâṅgada ) Cat.

( ā ), f. N. of a princess Rājat

( °ṭa ) -datta and -varman m. N. of two authors Cat.



su-bhaṭṭa [ subhaTTa ]

m. a very learned man MW.

a distinguished warrior ( incorrect for -bhaṭa ) ib.



su-bhaṇita [ subhaNita ]

mfn. well spoken Mālatīm



su-bhadra [ subhadra ]

( sú- ), mf ( ā ) n. very glorious or splendid or auspicious or fortunate RV. MBh. BhP.

m. Azadirachta Indica L.

N. of Viṣṇu L.

( prob. ) of Sanat-kumāra Pañcar.

of a son of Vasu-deva BhP.

of a son of Kṛshṇa ib.

of a son of Idhmajihva ib.

of the last man converted by Gautama Buddha SaddhP.

of a scholar, Jain.

of a mountain Pañcar.

( ā ), f. N. of various well-known plants ( e.g. Ichnocarpus Frutescens

Curcuma Zedoaria

Prosopis Spicigera etc. ) L.

( in music ) a partic. Śruti Saṃgīt

a form of Durgā Hcat

N. of a younger sister of Kṛshṇa and wife of Arjuna ( she was forcibly carried off by Arjuna from Dvārakā wish Kṛshṇa's permission, as described in MBh. i, ch. 219 ; 220

her image is borne in procession with those of Jagannātha and Bala-rāma ) MBh. Hariv. etc.

of a wife of Durgama MārkP.

of a daughter of Balin and wife of Av^ikshita ib.

of a grand daughter of Rukmin and wife of Aniruddha VP.

of a daughter of the Asura Su-māya Kathās

of a mythical cow MBh.

of a poetess Cat.

n. fortune, welfare BhP.

N. of a Catvara ( q.v. ) MBh.

of a Varsha in Plakshadvipa ruled by Su-bhadra BhP.

( °drā ) -dhanaṃjaya and -pariṇaya, N. of two Nāṭakas

-pūrvaja m. ' elder brother of Subhadrā ', N. of Kṛshṇa Pañcar.

-vijaya, N. of a Nāṭaka

-haraṇa n. ' the carrying off of Subhadrā ', N. of a section in the MBh. ( cf. above ) and of other poems

°drêśa m. ' lord of Subhadrā ', N. of Arjuna L.



su-bhadraka [ subhadraka ]

m. the car or vehicle of a god for carrying his image in procession L.

the plant AEgle Marmelos L.

( súbhadrikā ), f. a courtesan VS.

a kind of metre Ked

of a younger sister of Kṛshṇa ( See next ) Pañcar.

( am ), n. a kind of metre Col.



su-bhadrāṇī [ subhadrANI ]

f. Ficus Heterophylla L.



su-bhayaṃ-kara [ subhayaMkara ]

mfn. causing great fear or danger MBh.



su-bhayānaka [ subhayAnaka ]

mfn. causing great terror, very alarming, terrible ib.



su-bhára [ subhara ]

mf ( ā ) n. well compacted, solid RV.

dense, abundant ib.

easily carried or handled ŚBr.

well practised, Mahāvy

= su-poṣa ( -tā f. ) ib.



su-bhava [ subhava ]

mfn. = uttama-janman VS. ( Mahīdh. )

m. N. of a king of the Ikshvākus MBh.



su-bhavas [ subhavas ]

v.l. for prec. TS.



su-bhavya [ subhavya ]

mfn. very pretty or handsome Hcat



su-bhasád [ subhasad ]

mfn. having beautiful buttocks, ? ( in compar. °sáttarā ) RV.



su-bhāgá [ subhAga ]

mf ( ā' ) n. fortunate, wealthy, rich RV.

( ā ), f. N. of a daughter of Raudrāśva VP.



su-bhāgya [ subhAgya ]

mfn. very fortunate, enviable R.



su-bhājana [ subhAjana ]

n. a good receptacle or vessel of any kind Suśr.



su-bhānu [ subhAnu ]

mfn. shining beautifully or brightly Kauś. MBh.

m. N. of the 17th ( or 51st ) year of Jupiter's cycle of 60 years VarBṛS.

of a son of Kṛshṇa BhP.



su-bhāvita [ subhAvita ]

mfn. well soaked Suśr.



su-bhāvi-tva [ subhAvitva ]

n. the necessity of being good or excellent Buddh.



su-bhāṣaṇa [ subhASaNa ]

m. N. of a son of Yuyudhan BhP.



su-bhāṣita [ subhASita ]

mf ( ā ) n. spoken well or eloquently MBh.

speaking or discoursing well, eloquent ib.

m. a partic. Buddha L.

( am ), n. good or eloquent speech, witty saying, good counsel MBh. Kāv. etc.

-kāvya n. -kaustubha m. N. of wks.

-gaveṣin m. N. of a king Buddh.

-candrikā f. -nīvī f. -prabandha m. -mañjarī f. N. of wks.

-maya mf ( ī ) n. consisting of good sayings Pañcat

-muktâvali f. -ratna-kośa m. -ratna-saṃdoha m. -ratnâkara, m. N. of wks.

-rasâsvāda-jāta-româñca-kañcuka mfn. having ( as it were ) armour consisting of bristling ( or thrilling ) hairs produced by tasting the flavour of delightful words MW.

-śloka m. pl., -saṃgraha m. -samuccaya m. -sudhā , f. - sudhânanda-laharī f. -sura-druma m. -hārâvali, f. N. of wk.

°târṇava m. °tâvali f. N. of wks.



su-bhāṣin [ subhASin ]

mfn. speaking friendly words MBh.

spoken mildly or gently Hariv.



su-bhā's [ subhAs ]

mfn. shining beautifully RV.



su-bhāsa [ subhAsa ]

m. N. of a Dānava Kathās

of a son of Su-dhanvan VP.



su-bhāsvara [ subhAsvara ]

mfn. shining brightly, radiant, splendid R.

m. pl. N. of a class of deceased ancestors VP.



su-bhikṣa [ subhikSa ]

mf ( ā ) n. having good food or an abundant supply of provisions ChUp. MBh. etc.

( ā ), f. Lythrun Fructicosum or Grislea Tomentosa L.

( am ) . n. abundance of food ( esp. that given as alms ), abundant supply of provisions, plenty ( opp. to dur-bh° ) MBh. Kāv. etc.

-kara, -kārin, -kṛt

°kṣâvaha mfn. causing abundance of food or good times VarBṛS.



su-bhiṣaj [ subhiSaj ]

( sú- ), mfn. healing well ( only superl. °ṣak-tama ) AV.



su-bhīta [ subhIta ]

mfn. greatly afraid of ( gen. ) Pañcat



su-bhīma [ subhIma ]

mfn. very dreadful or terrible R.

m. N. of a malignant demon MBh.

( ā ), f. N. of a wife of Kṛshṇa Hariv.



su-bhīraka [ subhIraka ]

or m. the Palāśa tree, Butea Frondosa L.



su-bhīrava [ subhIrava ]

m. the Palāśa tree, Butea Frondosa L.



su-bhīruka [ subhIruka ]

n. silver L.



su-bhukta [ subhukta ]

mfn. well eaten Pāṇ. 6-2, 145 Sch.



su-bhuja [ subhuja ]

mfn. having handsome arms Ragh

( ā ), f. N. of an Apsaras VP.



su-bhū' [ subhU ]

mfn. ( n. pl. mf. -bhvás ) of an excellent nature, good, strong, beautiful etc. RV.



su-bhūtá [ subhUta ]

mfn. well made or done ( as food ) Āpast

( ā ) . f. that part of the frame enshrining the universal Spirit which faces the north ChUp.

( am ), n. welfare, well-being AV. Br.

-kṛt mfn. causing welfare or part ĀpŚr.



su-bhūti [ subhUti ]

( sú- ), f. well-being, welfare

m. N. of a lexicographer ( also called -candra

he wrote a Comm. on the Amara-kośa )

of a Brāhman ( son of Vasu-bhūti ) Kathās

of a teacher Buddh.

pāla m. N. of a man ib.



su-bhūtika [ subhUtika ]

m. AEgle Marmelos L.



su-bhūma [ subhUma ]

in. N. of Kārtavirya ( as the 8th Jaina Cakra- vartin or universal emperor ) L.



su-bhūmi [ subhUmi ]

f. a good place Gobh

m. N. of a son of Ugra-sena ( cf. next ) VP.

-pa m. N. of a son of Ugra-sena ( v.l. su-bhūṣaṇa ) Hariv.



su-bhūmika [ subhUmika ]

n. ( or ā f. ) N. of a place near the Sarasvati MBh.



su-bhūyas [ subhUyas ]

( sú- ), mfn. much more, far more ŚBr.



su-bhūṣaṇa [ subhUSaNa ]

mf ( ā ) n. well adorned or decorated Kām

m. See su-bhūmi-pa

( ā ), f. N. of a Kiṃnarī ( cf. next ) Kāraṇḍ

-bhūṣitā f. N. of a Kiṃnari ib.



su-bhṛta [ subhRta ]

( sú- ), mfn. well borne or maintained, well cherished or protected RV.

well paid Kathās

heavily laden VarBṛS.



su-bhṛśa [ subhRza ]

mfn. very vehement, very much, exceeding ( am ind. ' excessively ' ) MBh. BhP.



su-bheṣaja [ subheSaja ]

( sú- ), mfn. a good remedy AV. TS.

n. ' collection of remedies ', N. of a Vedic book ( perhaps the AV. ) RPrāt.



su-bhaikṣa [ subhaikSa ]

n. good alms, Hir



su-bhairava [ subhairava ]

mf ( ī ) n. very fearful W.



su-bhogā [ subhogA ]

f. N. of a Dikkumārī Pārśvan



su-bhogīna [ subhogIna ]

mf ( ā ) n. very fit to be enjoyed, very desirable Bhaṭṭ.



su-bhogya [ subhogya ]

mf ( ā ) n. easy to be enjoyed Pañcat



su-bhoja [ subhoja ]

mfn. eating well MBh.



su-bhojana [ subhojana ]

n. good food ib.



su-bhójas [ subhojas ]

mfn. bountiful, generous, plentiful AV.



su-bhrāj [ subhrAj ]

( nom. -bhrāṭ ) or m. ' shining brightly ', N. of a son of Deva-bhrāj MBh.



su-bhrāja [ subhrAja ]

m. ' shining brightly ', N. of a son of Deva- bhrāj MBh.



su-bhrātṛ [ subhrAtR ]

m. a good brother Pāṇ. 5-4, 157 Sch.



su-bhru [ subhru ]

or f. a beautiful brow Amar. BhP.



su-bhrū [ subhrU ]

f. a beautiful brow Amar. BhP.

mfn. ( nom. sg. mf. -bhr˘ūs acc. mf. -bhruvam f. also -bhr˘ūm

instr. f. -bhruvā

dat. -bhruve or °vai

abl. -bhruvas or °vās

gen. pl. -bhrūvām or -bhrūṇām

voc. sg. -bhrūs or generally -bhru, of. Vām. v, 2, 50 ) lovely-browed MBh. Kāv. etc.

( ūs ), f. a ( lovely. browed ) maiden ib.

N. of one of the Mātṛs attending on Skanda MBh.

( -bhr˘ū ) -nāsâkṣi-keśânta mfn. having handsome brows ( and ) nose ( and ) eyes ( and ) hair MBh.