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स्वाहा

स्वाहा
 sv-ā'hā [ svAhA ]


ind. ( prob. fr. 5. su and √ ah ; dur-āhā ). hail ! hail to ! may a blessing rest on ! ( with dat.

an exclamation used in making oblations to the gods

with √ kṛ [ ind. p. -kā'ram, or -kṛtya ] and acc. ' to pronounce the exclamation Svāhā over ' ) RV. etc.

f. an oblation ( offered to Agni, Indra etc. ) or Oblation personified ( as a daughter of Daksha and wife of Agni

she is thought to preside over burnt-offerings

her body is said to consist of the four Vedas, and her limbs are the six Aṅgas or members of the Veda

she is represented also as a wife of the Rudra Paśu-pati ) RV. etc.




sv-ā'hā-karaṇa [ svAhAkaraNa ]

n. consecration by uttering Svāhā APrāt.



sv-ā'hā-kārá [ svAhAkAra ]

m. ( ifc. f. ā ) utterance of or consecration by uttering Svāhā ( also as a deity presiding over the Prayāja ) ŚBr. etc.

-vaṣaṭ-kāra m. du. the exclamations Svāhā and Vashaṭ JaimUp.



sv-ā'hā-kṛt [ svAhAkRt ]

mfn. consecrating with Svāhā, a sacrificer Hariv.



sv-ā'hā-kṛta [ svAhAkRta ]

( svā'hā- ), mfn. consecrated or offered with Svāhā RV. AV. Br.



sv-ā'hā-kṛti [ svAhAkRti ]

or ( svā'hā- ), f. consecration with Svāhā ( also as a deity presiding over the Prayāja ) Br. ŚrS.



sv-ā'hā-kṛtī [ svAhAkRtI ]

( svā'hā- ), f. consecration with Svāhā ( also as a deity presiding over the Prayāja ) Br. ŚrS.



sv-ā'hā-pati [ svAhApati ]

( Hariv. ), or ( L. ), m. ' lord or lover of Svāhā ', N. of Agni



sv-ā'hā-priya [ svAhApriya ]

( L. ), m. ' lord or lover of Svāhā ', N. of Agni



sv-ā'hā-bhuj [ svAhAbhuj ]

m. ' Svāhā-eater ', a god L.



sv-ā'hā-rha [ svAhArha ]

( svāhârha ), mfn. worthy of the consecration with Svāhā R.



sv-ā'hā-vana [ svAhAvana ]

n. N. of a forest Pañcar.



sv-ā'hā-vallabha [ svAhAvallabha ]

m. = -pati Bālar



sv-ā'hā-śana [ svAhAzana ]

( svāhâś° ), m. = svāhā-bhūj L.



sv-ā'hā-sudhâkara [ svAhAsudhAkara ]

m. N. of a poem