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cl. 1. P. ( rarely Ā. ) tárati ( Subj. tárat, impf. átarat, p. tárat, inf. tarádhyai, °rīṣáni, RV. ), cl. 5. tarute ( x, 76, 2; Pot. 1. pl. turyāma, v f. ), cl. 3. titarti ( BhP. p. nom. pl. títratas, RV. ii, 31, 2; Pot. tuturyā't, v f. viii ), with prepositions Ved. chiefly cl. 6. P. Ā. ( tiráte, Subj. tirāti, impf. átirat, p. tirát, inf. tíram, tíre, RV.; -aor. átārīt, i, vii; 1. pl. °riṣma i, vii, °rima viii, 13, 21; táruṣante v, °ta i, °ṣema vii [ cf. Pāṇ. iii, 1, 85, Kāś. ]; Ā. and Pass. -tāri, RV.; P. atārṣīt, BhP.; °ṣam, MBh.; Daś.; pf. tatāra, RV. etc.; 3. pl. titirur, i f.; teritha, °ratur, Pāṇ. vi, 4, 122; p. titirvás, gen. tatarúṣas, RV.; fut. tariṣyati, °rIS°, taritā, °rītā [ cf. pra-tár° ], Pāṇ. vii, 2, 38; tárutā, RV. i; Prec. tīryāt, tariṣīṣṭa, Vop.; inf. tartum, MBh. R.; °rIt° iv f., °rit° MBh. i; Hariv. R. v; ind. p. tīrtvā', AV.; -tū'rya, see vi- ) to pass across or over, cross over ( a river ), sail across, RV. etc.

to float, swim, VarBṛS. lxxx, 14. Bhaṭṭ. xii. Cāṇ.

to get through, attain an end or aim, live through ( a definite period ), study to the end, RV. etc.

to fulfil, accomplish, perform, R. i f.

to surpass, overcome, subdue, escape, RV. etc.

to acquire, gain, viii, 100, 8. MBh. xii. R.

Ā. to contend, compete, RV. i, 132, 5

to carry through or over, save, vii, 18, 6. MBh. i, iii : Caus. tārayati ( p. °ráyat ) to carry or lead over or across, Kauś. MBh. etc.

to cause to arrive at, AV. xviii. PraśnUp. vi, 8

to rescue, save, liberate from ( abl. ), Mn. MBh. etc. : Desid. titīrṣati ( also titariṣati, °rIS°, Pāṇ. vii. 2, 41. p. Ā. titīrṣamāṇa, MBh. xiii, 2598 ) to wish to cross or reach by crossing, KaṭhUp. MBh. BhP. iv : Intens. tartarīti ( 2. du. °rīthas, p. gen. tárilratas [ Pāṇ. vii, 4, 65 ], see also vi-, tātarti, 92, Sch. ) to reach the end by passing or running or living through, RV.

[ cf. tára, tirás, tīrṇá ; Lat. termo, trans ; Goth. thairh. ]