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सुत

sutá [ suta ]


1 mfn. impelled, urged ŚBr.

allowed, authorised ib.




sutá [ suta ]

2 mfn. pressed out, extracted

m. ( sg. and pl., once n. in ChUp. √ 12, 1 ) the expressed Soma. Juice, a Soma libation RV. AV. ŚBr. ChUp. BhP.



sutá-kīrti [ sutakIrti ]

f. mention of the ( extracted ) Soma AitBr.



sutá-pa [ sutapa ]

m. ( for su-tapa See p. 1223, col. 3 ) a drinker of the Soma-juice

pl. N. of a class of deities MW.



sutá-pā' [ sutapA ]

or mfn. drinking the Soma-juice RV.



sutá-pā'van [ sutapAvan ]

mfn. drinking the Soma-juice RV.



sutá-péya [ sutapeya ]

n. the drinking of Soma ib.



sutá-m-bhará [ sutambhara ]

mfn. carrying away Soma RV.

m. N. of a Ṛṣi ( having the patr. Ātreya and author of RV. v, 11- 14). Anukr. -1



sutá-vat [ sutavat ]

mfn. ( for 2. See under 3. suta ) containing the word suta ( atī f. ' a verse containing the word suta ' ) AitBr.

m. a drinker of the Soma-juice W.

an offerer of a libation MW.



sutá-śravas [ sutazravas ]

m. N. of a teacher, Hir



sutá-soma [ sutasoma ]

( sutá- ), mfn. one who has extracted the Soma, offerer of a Soma libation RV.

( a sacrifice ) at which the Soma is prepared ib.

m. N. of a son of Bhīma-sena MBh. VP.

of a prince Jātakam

( ā ), f. N. of a wife of Kṛshṇa ( v.l. śruta-s° ) Hariv.

-jātaka n. N. of a Buddhist legend

-vat ( sutá-s° ), mfn. ( pl. ) joined with those who have prepared the Soma-juice RV.

°mâvadāna n. = °ma-jātaka



sutā-vat [ sutAvat ]

mfn. = sutá-vat RV.



sutâsutá [ sutAsuta ]

u. du. what is extracted ( as Soma ) and what is not extracted ( as milk ) MaitrS.

°tín mfn. having what is and what is not extracted TBr.



suta [ suta ]

3 mfn. begotten, brought forth

m. ( ifc. f. ā ) a son, child, offspring ( sutau du. = ' son and daughter ' ) Mn. MBh. etc.

a king L.

N. of the 5th astrological house VarBṛS.

N. of a son of the 10th Manu Hariv.

( ā ), f. See below



suta-ṃ-rayiṣṭhīya [ sutaMrayiSThIya ]

n. ( with prajāpateḥ ) N. of two Sāmans ĀrshBr.



suta-ṃ-gama [ sutaMgama ]

n. ' son-obtaining ', N. of a man ( cf. sautaṃgami ) Pāṇ. 3-2, 47 Sch.



suta-jīvaka [ sutajIvaka ]

m. Putranjiiva Roxburghii L.



suta-ṃ-jaya [ sutaMjaya ]

m. ' son-winning ', N. of a man ( cf. sutaṃ-gama ) MBh.



suta-tva [ sutatva ]

n. condition of sonship ( instr. with √ grah ', to adopt any one [ acc. ] as a son ' ) Kathās



suta-dā [ sutadA ]

f. ' son-giving ', N. of a divine being Pañcar.



suta-nirviśeṣam [ sutanirvizeSam ]

ind. not differently from a son, exactly like a son Ragh



suta-pādikā [ sutapAdikA ]

or f. a species of Mimosa L. 2



suta-pādukā [ sutapAdukA ]

f. a species of Mimosa L. 2



suta-vat [ sutavat ]

mfn. ( for 1. See under 2. suta ) possessing sons or children VarBṛS.

m. the father of a son W.



suta-vatsala [ sutavatsala ]

mfn. loving one's children

m. an affectionate father Veṇis



suta-vallabha [ sutavallabha ]

w.r. for prec.



suta-vaskarā [ sutavaskarA ]

f. the mother of seven children L.



suta-śreṇī [ sutazreNI ]

f. the plant Salvinia Cucullata L.



suta-suta [ sutasuta ]

m. a son's son, a grandson MārkP.



suta-hibuka-yoga [ sutahibukayoga ]

m. junction of the 4th and 5th astrol. houses ( said to be suitable for marriages ) MW.



sutâtmaja [ sutAtmaja ]

m. = suta-suta L.

( ā ), f. a granddaughter L.



sutârṇava [ sutArNava ]

m. N. of wk.



sutârthin [ sutArthin ]

mfn. desirous of offspring Mn. iii, 262



sutôtpatti [ sutotpatti ]

f. birth of a son Mn. iii, 16