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तात

तात
 tāta [ tAta ]


m. ( cf. 1. tatá ) a father, MBh. i. R. Vikr. Śak. iv, 4/5 ( in comp. ) etc.

( tā'ta ), voc. a term of affection addressed to a junior [ ŚBr. xiv, AitBr. vii. ChUp. MBh. etc. ] or senior [ i, 6796. Ragh. etc. ], addressed to several persons, MBh. i, 6825, v, 5435 ( C ), in the latter use also ( ās ), voc. pl. ib. ( B ), i, 6820 f. iv, 133

[ cf. ? , Lat. tata etc. ]




tāta-gu [ tAtagu ]

mfn. agreeable to a father, L.

m. a paternal uncle, L.



tāta-janayitrī [ tAtajanayitrI ]

f. du. father and mother, W.



tāta-tulya [ tAtatulya ]

mfn. like a father, fatherly, L.

m. a paternal uncle, W.



tātâ`rya [ tAtArya ]

m. N. of a prince.