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तप्त

taptá [ tapta ]


mfn. heated, inflamed, hot, made red-hot, refined ( gold etc. ), fused, melted, molten, RV. AV. etc.

distressed, afflicted, worn, R. iii, 55, 15. Megh. Śak

( in astrol. ) opposed by, VarYogay. ix, 16

practised ( as austerities ), MBh. v, 7147. R. i, 57, 8

one who has practised austerities, ŚBr. ChUp.

' inflamed with anger, incensed, W.

n. hot water, ŚBr. xiv, 1, 1, 29

( ám ), ind. in a hot manner, xi, 2, 7, 32.




taptá-kumbha [ taptakumbha ]

m. a heated or red-hot jar, MārkP. xii, 34 f. xiv , 87

N. of a hell, ib. ( cf. RTL. p. 232 ).



taptá-kūpa [ taptakUpa ]

m. ' well of heated liquid, ' N. of a hell, PadmaP. vi.



taptá-kṛcchra [ taptakRcchra ]

m. n. a kind of religious austerity ( drinking hot water, milk, and ghee for 3 days each, and inhaling hot air for 3 days ), Mn. xi, 157 and 215. Yājñ. iii, 318.



taptá-jāmbūnada-maya [ taptajAmbUnadamaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. made of refined gold, R. i, 15, 8.



taptá-tapas [ taptatapas ]

mfn. practising austerities, ( m. ) an ascetic, W.



taptá-tapta [ taptatapta ]

mfn. made hot repeatedly, Bhpr. v, 26, 3 and 45.



taptá-tāmra [ taptatAmra ]

n. red-hot or melted copper, VarBṛS. vi, 13. BhP. vi , 9, 13.



taptá-pāṣāṇa-kuṇḍa [ taptapASANakuNDa ]

n. ' pit filled with red-hot stones, ' N. of a hell, BrahmaP.



taptá-mudrā [ taptamudrA ]

f. ( Viṣṇu's ) mark burnt ( on the skin with red-hot iron ), W.



taptá-rahasa [ taptarahasa ]

n., Pāṇ. v, 4, 81.



taptá-rūpa [ taptarUpa ]

n. ' of refined shape ', silver, Npr.



taptá-rūpaka [ taptarUpaka ]

n. id. L.



taptá-lomaśa [ taptalomaza ]

green vitriol, Npr.



taptá-loha [ taptaloha ]

n. ' glowing iron ', N. of a hell, VP. ii, 6, 11 ( cf. RTL. p. 232 ).



taptá-vāluka [ taptavAluka ]

mfn. having hot gravel, BhP. iii, 30, 23

m. N. of a hell, PadmaP. v, 159, 3

( ās ), f. pl. hot gravel, Kathās. lxxii, 105.



taptá-vrata [ taptavrata ]

( °ptá- ), mfn. using hot milk for the initiatory rite, TS. vi, 2, 2, 7. ĀpŚr. xi, 2, 2.



taptá-surā-kuṇḍa [ taptasurAkuNDa ]

m. ' jar or hole filled with burning spirituous liquor, ' N. of a hell, BrahmaP.



taptá-sūrmi [ taptasUrmi ]

f. ' red-hot iron statue, N. of a hell ( in which the wicked are made to embrace red-hot images ), BhP. v, 26, 7 ( cf. 20 and Mn. xi, 104 )

-kuṇḍa n. id. BrahmaP.



taptá-hema [ taptahema ]

n. refined gold, MBh. iii, 1722. R. i, iii. VarBṛS. cvi, 3

-maya mfn. consisting of refined gold, W.



taptânna [ taptAnna ]

n. hot food, hot rice, W.



taptâbharana [ taptAbharana ]

n. an ornament made of refined gold, R. iii, 58, 19.



taptâyana [ taptAyana ]

mf ( ī ) n. dwelling-place of distressed people ( the earth ), VS. v, 9 ( tiktây°, TS. i ).



taptôdaka-svāmin [ taptodakasvAmin ]

m. N. of a Tīrtha, SkandaP.