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 tala [ tala ]


( m., L. ) n. ( √ stṛ ) surface, level, flat roof ( of a house ), MBh. etc. ( chiefly ifc. [ f. ā, R. v, 13 ], cf. nabhas-, mahī- etc. )

the part underneath, lower part, base, bottom, Mn. ii, 59. VarBṛS. Pañcat. etc. ( cf. adhas-, taru- etc. )

( m. n. ) the palm ( of the hand, kara-, pāṇi- ), R. ii, 104, 17. Śak. Ragh. vi, 18

the sole ( of the foot, aṅghri-, pāda- ), MBh. i. VarBṛS.

( without kara- etc. ) the palm of the hand ( anyo 'nyasya, or parasparaṃ talaṃ or °lān-√ dā, to slap each other with the palms of the hands ), MBh. Hariv. R. Suśr.

( n., L. m. ) the sole of the foot, R. v, 13, 47

( m. ) the fore-arm, L.

= tāla ( a span, L. the handle of a sword, L. the palmyra tree, Viddh. ii, 13 )

pressing the strings of a lute with the left hand, MBh. viii

m. N. of a hell, ĀruṇUp. ŚivaP. ( cf. talâtala )

Śiva, MBh. xiii, 17, 130

N. of a teacher, g. śaunakâ`di

n. = -hṛdaya, L.

= talka, L.

= talaka ( q.v. ) L.

= talla ( q.v. ) L.

the root or seed of events, L.

= -tra ĀśvGṛ. iii, 12, 11 ( tala ). MBh. R.

( ā ), f. id. L.

N. of a daughter of Raudrâśva, VāyuP. ii, 37, 122

cf. a-, jihvā-, ni-, nis-, pra-, mahā-, rasā-, vi-, su-.




tala-koṭa [ talakoTa ]

N. of a plant, Suśr. vi, 51, 43 ( v.l. )



tala-gata [ talagata ]

mfn. ' being in one's palm, ' °taṃ-√ kṛ, to call together, Vcar. xiv, 11.



tala-ghāta [ talaghAta ]

m. a slap with the palm or paw, Hariv. 16027.



tala-tas [ talatas ]

ind. from the bottom.



tala-tāla [ talatAla ]

m. clapping the hands, MBh. iii f. Jain.



tala-tra [ talatra ]

' arm-guard, ' a leathern fence worn by archers on the left arm, iii, vi. Hariv. 13373

-vat, mfn. furnished with that fence, 14465.



tala-trāṇa [ talatrANa ]

= -tra, MBh. iii, vii.



tala-niṣpeṣa [ talaniSpeSa ]

m. striking ( of the bow-string ) against the tala ( -tra ), v, 48, 52.



tala-puṣpa-puṭa [ talapuSpapuTa ]

n. a particular position in dancing.



tala-prahāra [ talaprahAra ]

m. = -ghāta, R. vi, 76, 37ff. Pañcat. iv

N. of a hero ( also °raka, °ri ), Vīrac. ix, xvif. xx.



tala-baddha [ talabaddha ]

mfn. = baddha-tala, having fastened round one's arm the tala ( -tra ), MBh. vi, 621. Hariv. 12529 and 13246.



tala-mīna [ talamIna ]

m. v.l. for nal°, L. Sch.



tala-mukha [ talamukha ]

m. a particular position of the hands in dancing.



tala-yukta [ talayukta ]

mfn. furnished with a handle, W.



tala-yuddha [ talayuddha ]

n. ' palm-fight, ' see -śabda.



tala-loka [ talaloka ]

m. ' the lower world, ' -pāla m. a guardian of that world, BhP. ii, 6, 42.



tala-vara [ talavara ]

m. = °lâ`rakṣa, Jain.



tala-vāraṇa [ talavAraNa ]

n. = -tra, Kir. xiv, 29

= tara-vāri,W.



tala-śabda [ talazabda ]

m. = -tāla, Hariv. 15742. VarBṛS. xliii, 28 ( v.l. °la-yuddha ).



tala-sampāta [ talasampAta ]

m. = -tāla, R. vi, 70, 44.



tala-sāraka [ talasAraka ]

n. a horse's food-receptacle, L.



tala-sāraṇa [ talasAraNa ]

n. id., Gal.



tala-sārika [ talasArika ]

m. id. or = uraḥ-paṭṭikā ( Sch. ), Hcar. vii.



tala-stha [ talastha ]

mfn. remaining beneath, W.



tala-sthita [ talasthita ]

mfn. id., W.



tala-hṛdaya [ talahRdaya ]

n. the centre of the sole of the foot, L.



talâṅguli-tra-vat [ talAGgulitravat ]

mfn. furnished with a tala ( -tra ) and aṅguli-tra, R. ii, 87, 23.



tal´â`cī [ talAcI ]

f. ' spread on the ground, ' a mat, L.



talâtala [ talAtala ]

n. N. of a hell, ĀruṇUp. BhP. ii, 1 and 5, v, BrahmôttKh. xviii. Vedântas. 121.



talā-tali [ talAtali ]

ind. ( to fight ) with the palms of the hands, Bālar. x, 19.



talâ`rakṣa [ talArakSa ]

m. a body-guard ( = aṅga-r° ? ), Campak. 286.



talâsi [ talAsi ]

m. pl. strokes with the palms and with swords, MBh. ii, 70, 17.



talâ`hvaya [ talAhvaya ]

m. Flacourtia cataphracta, L.



talê`kṣaṇa [ talekSaNa ]

m. ' looking downwards, ' a hog, L.



talôdara [ talodara ]

v.l. for til°.



talôdā [ talodA ]

f. ' whose water flows downwards, ' a river, L.