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 tara [ tara ]


1.an affix forming the compar. degree of adjectives and rarely ( cf. vṛtra-tára ) of substantives, Suśr. i, 20, 11

( ām ), added ( in older language ) to adverbs (see ati-tarā'm etc. ) and ( in later language ) to verbs ( Pañcat. i, 14 , 7. Ratnâ`v. iii, 9. Kathās. ), intensifying their meaning

ind. with na, not at all, BhP. x, 46, 43.




tara-tama-tas [ taratamatas ]

ind. more or less, 87, 19. cf. tāratamya.



तर
 tára [ tara ]

2. mfn. ( √ tṝ g. pacâ`di ) carrying across or beyond, saving ( ?, said of Śiva ), MBh. xii, 10380

ifc. passing over or beyond, W.

' surpassing, conquering ', see śoka-tará, cf. rathaṃtará

excelling, W.

m. crossing, passage, RV. ii, 13, 12, viii, 96, 1. Mn. viii, 404 and 407. Yājñ. ( ifc. ). MBh. xii

( a- mfn. ' impassable ' ) Bhaṭṭ. vii, 55 ( cf. dus- )

' excelling, conquering, ' duṣ-ṭára, su-tára, dus-

= -paṇya Mn. viii, 406

a raft, W.

a road, L.

N. of a magical spell ( against evil spirits supposed to possess certain weapons ), R. i, 30, 4

fire, W.

N. of a man, Rājat. vii, 809

( ī, also īs L. ) f. ( g. gaurâ`di Gaṇar. 48 ) a boat, ship ( cf. °ri ) MBh. i, 4228 f., BhP. iv. Śiś. iii, 76. ( cf. nis-tarīka )

a clothes-basket ( also °ri ), L.

the hem of a garment ( also °ri ), L.

= °raṇi-peṭaka, L.

a club, L.

for starī ( smoke ), W.



tára-paṇya [ tarapaNya ]

n. ferry-money, freight, Divyâv.



tára-paṇyika [ tarapaNyika ]

m. one who receives ferry-money or freight, Buddh. L.



tára-vaṭa [ taravaTa ]

Cassia auriculata, L.



tára-vāri [ taravAri ]

( m. L., for tala-v° ? ) a one-edged sword, Hcar. vi. Kalyāṇam., Pañcad. ii, 77

cf. tala-vāraṇa.



tára-vālikā [ taravAlikA ]

f. ( for tala-v° ? ) = kar°, id., L., Sch.



tára-sārika [ tarasArika ]

See tala-s°.



tára-sthāna [ tarasthAna ]

n. a landing-place, L.



tarândhu [ tarAndhu ]

m. a large flat-bottomed boat, L.



tarâ`lu [ tarAlu ]

m. id., L.