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तनय

tánaya [ tanaya ]


mfn. propagating a family, belonging to one's own family ( often said of toká ) RV. AitBr. ii, 7,

m. a son, Mn. iii, 16, viii, 275. MBh. ( du. ' son and daughter, ' iii, 2565 ), Śak. Ragh. ii, 64,

= -bhavana, VarBṛS.

N. of a Vāsishṭha, Hariv. 477 ( v.l. anagha ),

pl. N. of a people, MBh. vi, 371,

n. posterity, family, race, offspring, child ( ' grandchild ' , opposed to toká, ' child ' Nir. x, 7, xii, 6 ) RV. VarBṛS. ( ifc. f. ā, ciii, 1 f. ),

( ā ), f. ( g. priyâ`di ) a daughter, Mn. xi, 172 ( v.l. ), Nal. R. etc.,

the plant cakra-tulyā, L.




tánaya-bhavana [ tanayabhavana ]

n. the 5th lunar mansion, VarBṛS. civ, 27.



tánaya-saras [ tanayasaras ]

n. ' offspring-receptacle, ' a mother, Divy´â`v. xxxviii, 18.