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1. m. ( Pāṇ. v ii, 3, 34, Kāś. ) = [[tamas |''tamas'']] ( ' the ascending node, ' VarBṛ. [?] Jyot. ) L. Sch.   
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1. m. ( Pāṇ. vii, 3, 34, Kāś. ) = [[tamas |''tamas'']] ( ' the ascending node, ' VarBṛ. [?] Jyot. ) L. Sch.   
  
 
( = ''°māla'' ) Xanthochymus pictorius, L.   
 
( = ''°māla'' ) Xanthochymus pictorius, L.   
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Xanthochymus pictorius, L.   
 
Xanthochymus pictorius, L.   
  
( ''ī'' ), f. ( g. [[gaura |''gaurâdi'']] Gaṇar. 47 ) night, Śiś. ix, 23. BhP. x, 13, 45. Gol. vii, 10. Naish. vii, 45   
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( ''ī'' ), f. ( g. [[gaura |''gaurâ`di'']] Gaṇar. 47 ) night, Śiś. ix, 23. BhP. x, 13, 45. Gol. vii, 10. Naish. vii, 45.  
  
 
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m. the plant [[tAlIśa-pattra |''tālīśa-pattra'']] Npr.   
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m. the plant ''tālīśa-pattra'', Npr.   
  
 
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2. an affix forming the superl. degree of adjectives and rarely of substantives ( [[kaNva |''káṇva-'']], etc. ) Suśr. i, 20, 11   
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2. an affix forming the superl. degree of adjectives and rarely of substantives ( [[kaNva |''káṇva-'']], etc. ), Suśr. i, 20, 11   
  
 
mfn. most desired, Kir. ii, 14   
 
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( [[Am |''ām'']] ), added ( in older language ) to adverbs and ( in later language ) to verbs, intensifying their meaning   
 
( [[Am |''ām'']] ), added ( in older language ) to adverbs and ( in later language ) to verbs, intensifying their meaning   
  
ind. in a high degree, much, Naish. viii   
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तम

tama [ tama ]


1. m. ( Pāṇ. vii, 3, 34, Kāś. ) = tamas ( ' the ascending node, ' VarBṛ. [?] Jyot. ) L. Sch.

( = °māla ) Xanthochymus pictorius, L.

= °makā, L.

n. ( = °mas ) darkness, L.

the point of the foot, L.

( ā ), f. night, L.

Xanthochymus pictorius, L.

( ī ), f. ( g. gaurâ`di Gaṇar. 47 ) night, Śiś. ix, 23. BhP. x, 13, 45. Gol. vii, 10. Naish. vii, 45.




tama-prabha [ tamaprabha ]

m. = °maH-pr°, ŚivaP. ( ā ), f., v.l. for °maH-pr°, L.



tama-rāja [ tamarAja ]

m. = tava-r°, L.



tamâ`hvaya [ tamAhvaya ]

m. the plant tālīśa-pattra, Npr.



तम
 tama [ tama ]

2. an affix forming the superl. degree of adjectives and rarely of substantives ( káṇva-, etc. ), Suśr. i, 20, 11

mfn. most desired, Kir. ii, 14

( ām ), added ( in older language ) to adverbs and ( in later language ) to verbs, intensifying their meaning

ind. in a high degree, much, Naish. viii.