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 trí [ tri ]


m. tráyas, f. nom. acc. tisrás, n. trī'ṇi [ trī', RV. ŚBr. xi ], 3, RV. etc. ( tribhís & tisṛ'bhis, etc. RV. only once tríbhis [ viii, 59, 5 ] with the later accentuation, cf. Pāṇ. vi, 1, 177 and 180 f. ; gen. trīṇā'm [ RV. x, 185, 1 ; cf. Pāṇ. vii, 1, 53, Kāś. ] and tisṝṇā'm [ RV. viii, 19, 37 and 101, 6 ], later on [ fr. °yá ] trayāṇām [ AitBr. Mn. ] and tisṛṇā'm [ RV. v, 69, 2 against metre ; cf. Pāṇ. vi, 4, 4 f., ] ; ifc., vii, 2, 99 f., Kāś. ) ; [ cf. ?, Lat. tres ; Goth. threis. etc. ]




trí-kakúd [ trikakud ]

mfn. having 3 peaks or points or horns, TS. vii ( °kúd evá samānā'nām [°kup sam° TāṇḍyaBr. xxii, 14] ' thrice excelling one's equals ' ) AV. v, 23, 9

m. N. of a Himâ`laya mountain ( cf. tri-kūṭa ), iv, 9, 8, ŚBr. iii. Pāṇ. v, 4, 147

[ °kúbh, VS. xv. Kāṭh. xxiii ]

of a Daśâha ceremony, TS. vii. ŚāṅkhŚr. Vait.

[ °kubh, TāṇḍyaBr. xxii. KātyŚr. ĀśvŚr. Maś. ]

Viṣṇu or Kṛshṇa, MBh. xii f. Hariv. 14115

Brahmā, R. vii, 36, 7

N. of a prince, BhP. ix, 17.



trí-kakuda [ trikakuda ]

mfn. ( Pāṇ. v, 4, 147, Kāś. ) three-peaked, MBh. xii.



trí-kakúbh [ trikakubh ]

mfn. three-pointed, ( Indra's thunderbolt ) RV. i, 121

m. Indra, TāṇḍyaBr. viii, 1

see °kúd.



trí-kaṭa [ trikaTa ]

m. Asteracantha longifolia, L.



trí-kaṭu [ trikaTu ]

n. the 3 spices (black and long pepper and dry ginger), Suśr.

cf katu-traya.



trí-kaṭuka [ trikaTuka ]

n. the 3 spices ( black and long pepper and dry ginger ), Suśr.

cf. kaṭu-traya.



trí-kaṇṭa [ trikaNTa ]

n. the 3 thorny plants ( 3 kinds of Solanum ), L.

= -kaṭa, L.

pattra-gupta, L.

N. of a fish, L.



trí-kaṇṭaka [ trikaNTaka ]

m. ( g. rajatâ`di ) ' three-thorn, ' = -kaṭa, Suśr.

N. of a venomous insect, v, 8

N. of a fish ( Silurus ), L.

a kind of weapon, R. iii, 28, 25.



trí-kadruka [ trikadruka ]

( trí- ), m. pl. the 3 Soma vessels, RV. 1 f., viii, x

the first 3 days of the Abhi-plava festival, ŚBr. xiii, 5. KātyŚr. ĀśvŚr. Lāṭy

mfn. containing the word trí-kadruka ( RV. ii, 22, 1 ), TāṇḍyaBr. xvi, 3

°drukīya, mfn., id., ŚāṅkhŚr. ( pratipad ), RPrāt. xvii, 29 ( scil. ṛc ).



trí-kapardin [ trikapardin ]

mfn. wearing 3 braids of hair, Gṛhyās. ii, 40.



trí-kapāla [ trikapAla ]

mfn. distributed in 3 receptacles, AitBr. i, 1.



trí-karaṇī [ trikaraNI ]

f. the side of a square 3 times as great as another ( i.e. the diagonal of a quadrangle, the sides of which are formed by the side and the diagonal of the smaller square ), Śulbas.



trí-karṇa [ trikarNa ]

mf ( ī ) n. having 3 ears, R. v.



trí-karman [ trikarman ]

mfn. performing ( a Brāhman's ) 3 chief duties ( viz. performing ceremonies, repeating the Veda, and gifts ), MBh. xiii

°ma-kṛt, mfn. id., KaṭhUp.



trí-karṣa [ trikarSa ]

n. = -kārṣika, Npr.



trí-kalā [ trikalA ]

f. N. of a female deity produced by the union of 3 gods for the destruction of Andhaka, VarP. xc ff.



trí-kaliṅga [ trikaliGga ]

m. pl. N. of a people, Sāh. iv, 9 a/b.



trí-kaśá [ trikaza ]

mfn. having 3 whips ( a chariot ), RV. ii, 18, 1.



trí-kāṇḍa [ trikANDa ]

( trí- ), mf ( ā ) n. consisting of three parts or divisions ( an arrow or asterism ), AitBr. iii, 33. ŚBr. ii. 3 Kāṇḍas in measure ( 48 cubits long, W. ), Vop. vi, 55

n. N. of a work, KātyŚr. iii, 2, 1, Sch.

of Amarasiṃha's dictionary ( commented on by °ḍa-cintāmaṇi and -viveka and supplemented by -śeṣa )

-maṇḍana, n. N. of a work.



trí-kāya [ trikAya ]

m. ' having 3 bodies, ' a Buddha, MWB. 246.



trí-kārṣika [ trikArSika ]

n. the 3 astringent substances ( dry ginger, Ati-vishā, and Mustā ), L.



trí-kāla [ trikAla ]

n. the 3 times or tenses ( pf., pr., fut. ), ŚvetUp. BhP. v. RāmatUp.

mfn. relating to them, Sāṃkhyak. 33

m. a Buddha, W.

( am ), ind. 3 times, thrice, BhP. v

in the morning, at noon, and in the evening, MBh. xiii

( °la- ), Kām.

-jña, mfn. knowing the 3 times, omniscient, R. i. VarBṛS.

m. a Buddha, L.

-darśin, mfn. omniscient, R. i. VarBṛS.

a sage, L.

-nātha, m. N. of a Yogin, Siṉhâs. xx, 0/1

-rūpa, mfn. three-shaped at the 3 times ( of day, i.e. the sun ), VP. iii, 5, 19

-vid, mfn. omniscient R. v

a Buddha, L.

an Arhat of the Jainas, L.



trí-kuṇḍîśvara [ trikuNDIzvara ]

n. N. of a Tantra, Ānandal. 31, Sch.



trí-kumārīka [ trikumArIka ]

mfn. ( the place ) where the 3 virgins ( Umā, Eka-parṇā, and Eka-pāṭalā ) reside, Hariv. 948.



trí-kulā [ trikulA ]

f. the plant yava-tiktā, Car. vii, 11.



trí-kūṭa [ trikUTa ]

mfn. having 3 peaks or humps or elevations, MBh. xii

N. of a mountain ( = -kakúd ), ii, 1484 ( Hariv. 12782 ) BhP. v

of another mountain, viii, 2, 1

of a peak of mount Meru, VP. ii, 2, 26

of a mountain in Ceylon on the top of which Laṅkā was situated, MBh. iii. R. Pañcat. v

n. sea-salt prepared by evaporation, L.

-lavaṇa, n. id., L.

-vat, m. N. of a mountain, MBh. xiv.



trí-kūrcaka [ trikUrcaka ]

n. a sort of knife with 3 edges, Suśr. i, 8, 1.



trí-kṛtvas [ trikRtvas ]

ind. 3 times, Hcat. i, 10, 106.



trí-koṇa [ trikoNa ]

mf ( ā ) n. ( fr. ? ) triangular, MBh. xiv. VarBṛS. Phetk.

forming a triangle, VarBṛS.

n. a triangle, RāmatUp. i, 29

= °ṇa-bhavana, VarBṛS. VarBṛ. Laghuj.

( ā ), f. Trapa bispinosa, Npr.

-phala, n. id., L.

-bhavana, n. the 5th and 9th mansion, VarBṛS.



trí-koṇaka [ trikoNaka ]

n. a triangle, RāmatUp. i, 50.



trí-kauśeya [ trikauzeya ]

n. ' thrice silken, ' a kind of garment, MBh. xiii.



trí-krama [ trikrama ]

m. a Krama word composed of 3 members ( the middle one being a single vowel ), RPrāt. xi, 10. VPrāt. iv, 182.



trí-kṣāra [ trikSAra ]

n. pl. ( sg., L. ) the 3 acrid substances ( natron, saltpetre, and borax ), Bhpr. v, 26, 234.



trí-kṣura [ trikSura ]

m. = -kaṭa, L.



trí-kṣeptṛ [ trikSeptR ]

m. = -pura-ghna, Bālar. iii, 81.



trí-kha [ trikha ]

n. ' having 3 cavities, ' a cucumber, L.



trí-khaṭva [ trikhaTva ]

n. °ṭvī, f. 3 beds collectively, L.



trí-khaṇḍa [ trikhaNDa ]

the inhabited earth as divided into 3 portions ( the first 2 continents and half of the 3rd ), Śatr. x, 318. xiv, 309.



trí-kharva [ trikharva ]

m. pl. N. of a Vedic school, TāṇḍyaBr. ii, 8

n. a particular high number, MBh. ii, 1749 and 1826.



trí-gaṅga [ trigaGga ]

n. N. of a Tīrtha, iii, xiii.



trí-gaṇa [ trigaNa ]

m. the triad of duties ( dharma, kāma, and artha ), Kir. i, 11.



trí-gata [ trigata ]

n. ' tripled, ' ( in dram. ) triple meaning given to the same word, Bhar. xviii, 115. Daśar. iii, 16. Pratāpar. Sāh. vi.



trí-gandhaka [ trigandhaka ]

n. = -jāta, Npr.



trí-gambhīra [ trigambhIra ]

See .



trí-garta [ trigarta ]

pl. ( g. yaudheyâ`di ) N. of a people inhabiting modern Lahore. AV. Pariś. lvi, 8. MBh. ( ifc. f. ā, vii, 688 ) Hariv. etc.

sg. a T° prince, MBh. etc.

the Tīrtha country, Daś. xi, 119

a particular method of calculation, L.

( ā ), f. a lascivious woman, L.

a woman, L.

a kind of cricket, L.

a pearl, L.

N. of a town, Kathās. lxxiii, 21

-ṣaṣṭha, m. pl. a collective N. of six warrior tribes, Pāṇ. v, 3, 116, Kāś.



trí-gartaka [ trigartaka ]

m. pl. the Tīrtha people, BhP. x.



trí-gartika [ trigartika ]

m. the Tīrtha country, L.



trí-guṇa [ triguNa ]

n. sg. the 3 Guṇas ( sattva, rajas, and tamas ), BhP. iv

m. pl. id., Tattvas.

mf ( ā ) n. containing them, ŚvetUp. Mn. i, 15. Sāṃkhyak. Kap.

consisting of 3 threads or strings, ŚāṅkhŚr. KātyŚr. Kum. v, 10

threefold, thrice as great or as much, triple, KātyŚr. Mn.

( sapta tri-guṇāni dināni, 3 x 7 days ), Ragh. ii, 25

( am ), ind. in 3 ways, Caraṇ.

-parivāra, n. the trident, Kir. xviii, 45

°ṇā-karṇa, mfn. whose ear-lobes are slit into 3 divisions ( as a mark of distinction ), Pāṇ. vi, 3, 115, Kāś.

°ṇā-kṛta, mfn. = tṛtīyā-k°, L.

°ṇâ`khya, mfn. said of different mixtures and of a kind of oil, Rasêndrac. Rasar.

°ṇâ`tmaka, mfn. possessing the 3 Guṇas, Vedântas. 37

°ṇī-kṛtya, ind. p. making threefold, AgP. xxxiii, 5.



trí-gūḍha [ trigUDha ]

n. a dance of men in female attire, Sāh. vi, 213 and 219.



trí-gūḍhaka [ trigUDhaka ]

n. a dance of men in female attire, Sāh. vi, 213 and 219.



trí-grāmī [ trigrAmI ]

f. ' 3 villages, ' N. of a place, Rājat. iv f.



trí-grāhin [ trigrAhin ]

mfn. extending to the length of 3 ( padyās).



trí-ghana [ trighana ]

m. 3³ ( = 27 ), Laghuj. i, xiii.



trí-cakrá [ tricakra ]

mfn. having 3 wheels, RV. i, iv, viii, x ( scil. rátha, 85, 14 ).



trí-cakṣus [ tricakSus ]

mfn. three-eyed ( Kṛshṇa, more properly Śiva ), MBh. xii, 1505.



trí-catura [ tricatura ]

mfn. ( Pāṇ. v, 4, 77, Vārtt. ) 3 or 4, Daś. vii. Kathās. Sāh.



trí-caturdaśa [ tricaturdaza ]

mfn. du. the 13th and 14th, Śrut.



trí-catvāriṃśa [ tricatvAriMza ]

mf ( ī ) n. the 43rd ( ch. of MBh. iv ff. Hariv. R. )



trí-catvāriṃśat [ tricatvAriMzat ]

f. 43, Pāṇ. vi.



trí-cít [ tricit ]

mfn. consisting of 3 layers of fuel, ŚBr. vii. KātyŚr.



trí-citīka [ tricitIka ]

( trí- ), mfn., id. TS. v, 2, 3, 6.



trí-cīvara [ tricIvara ]

n. the 3 vestments of a Buddh. monk, MWB. 83.



trí-jagat [ trijagat ]

n. sg. = jagat traya, BhP. viii. Caurap. Kathās. Vet.

pl., Ānand. Sch. Introd. 1

( ), f. id., BhP. v

°gaj-jananī, f. ' the 3 worlds' mother, ' Pārvatī, Kathās. i, 14

°gad-īśvara, m. lord of the 3 worlds ( a Jina ), Bhaktâm. 14

°gan-mohinī, f. ' beguiling the 3 worlds, ' Durgā ( ? ), BrahmaP. ii, 18, 18.



trí-jaṭa [ trijaTa ]

mf ( ā ) n. = -kapardin, MBh. iii, ( Śiva ) xii

m. N. of a Brāhman, R. ii

( ā ), f. AEgle Marmelos, Jñānabhair.

N. of a Rākshasī ( who was friendly to Sītā ), R. iii, v f. Ragh. xii, 74

of a Nāga virgin, Kāraṇḍ. i, 43

°ṭā-svapna-darśana, n. ' dream of Tri-jaṭā, ' N. of R. v, 23.



trí-jaya [ trijaya ]

mf ( ā ) n. the 13th Dharmaśarm. vi, 13.



trí-jāta [ trijAta ]

n. the three spices ( mace, cardamoms, and cinnamon ), Suśr. Daś.



trí-jātaka [ trijAtaka ]

n. the 3 spices ( mace, cardamoms, and cinnamon ), Suśr. Daś.



trí-jīvā [ trijIvA ]

f. the sine of 3 signs or 90 degrees, radius, Sūryas.



trí-jyā [ trijyA ]

f. id., ib.



trí-ṇata [ triNata ]

mfn. bent in 3 places ( a bow ), R. vi, 20, 28

( ā ), f. a bow, Śiś. xix, 61.



trí-ṇavá [ triNava ]

mfn. consisting of 3 X 9 parts ( stóma ), VS. TS. TBr. ŚBr. TāṇḍyaBr.

connected with the TāṇḍyaBr stóma, VS. ŚBr. ŚāṅkhŚr. Nidānas.

in comp. 27, BhP. ix

-rātra, mfn. lasting 27 days, x

°vá-vartani, mfn. forming the path for the TāṇḍyaBr. stóma, TS. iv, 3, 3, 2

-sāhasra, mf ( ī ) n. 27000, BhP. ix

°vâtmaka, mfn. 27fold, Jyot. 11, Sch. ( Garga ).



trí-ṇāka [ triNAka ]

for -nāka.



trí-ṇāciketa [ triNAciketa ]

mfn. one who has thrice kindled the Nāciketa fire or studied the Nāciketa section of Kāṭh., Āp. KaṭhUp. Mn. Yājñ. MBh. ( Nārāyaṇa, xii ) VP. iii, 15, 1. MārkP.

m. pl. N. of 3 Anuvākas of Kāṭh., Mn. iii, 185, Kull.



trí-ṇāman [ triNAman ]

mfn. having 3 names ( Agni ? ), AV. vi, 74, 3

cf. TS. ii, 1, 11, 3.



trí-ṇidhana [ triNidhana ]

n. N. of a Sāman, TāṇḍyaBr. ( v.l. nidh° ) ṢaḍvBr. Lāṭy.

agneḥ, ĀrshBr.



trí-ṇītā [ triNItA ]

f. ' thrice married ( to Soma, Gandharva, and Agni ), ' a wife, Npr.



trí-ṇemi [ triNemi ]

mfn. with 3 fellies, BhP. iii, 8, 20. ( v.l. -nemi ).



trí-takṣa [ tritakSa ]

n. an association of 3 carpenters, L.

( ī ), f. id., L.



trí-tanti [ tritanti ]

mfn. having 3 chords ( a lute ), Sch. on ŚBr. and KātyŚr.



trí-tántu [ tritantu ]

mfn. thrice woven ( ? ), RV. x, 30, 9.



trí-tantrikā [ tritantrikA ]

f. ( a lute ) having 3 chords.



trí-tas [ tritas ]

ind. on 3 sides, W.



trí-tā [ tritA ]

f. a triad, Nir.



trí-tāmra [ tritAmra ]

mfn. red on 3 parts of the body, R. ( B. ) v. 35, 17.



trí-trika [ tritrika ]

mfn. ? ( Rāma ), 32, 13.



trí-tri-koṇa [ tritrikoNa ]

n. ( = tri-k° ) the 9th mansion, VarBṛ. Laghuj.



trí-tva [ tritva ]

n. = -tā, MBh. xiv. BhP. i, 15.



trí-daṇḍa [ tridaNDa ]

n. = °ṇḍaka, Mn. etc..

triple control ( i.e. of thoughts, words, and acts ), xii, 11



trí-daṇḍaka [ tridaNDaka ]

n. the 3 staves of a Parivrājaka, MBh. xii. Up.



trí-daṇḍin [ tridaNDin ]

m. ' carrying the 3 staves tied together, ' a Parivrājaka, Yājñ. iii, 58. MBh. etc.

a triple commander ( i.e. controlling his own thoughts, words and deeds ), Mn. xii, 10. MārkP. xli.



trí-dat [ tridat ]

mfn. ( Pāṇ. vi, 2, 197 ) grown as old as to possess three teeth, v, 4, 141, Kāś.



trí-danta [ tridanta ]

mfn. having 3 teeth, ib.

( ī ), f. the plant mahā-medā, Bhpr. v, 1, 130.



trí-damatha-vastu-kuśala [ tridamathavastukuzala ]

m. ' skilled in the threefold self-control ( cf. -daṇḍa ), ' Buddha, Divyâv. ix, 13, xix, 50.



trí-dalā [ tridalA ]

f. ' three-leaved, ' Cissus pedata, L.



trí-dalikā [ tridalikA ]

f. Mimosa abstergens, L.



trí-daśa [ tridaza ]

mf ( ā ) n. 3 X 10 ( = 30 ), MBh. i, 4445

m. pl. ( cf. Pāṇ. ii, 2, 25 ; v, 4, 73 ; vi, 3, 48, Kāś. and dvi- d° ) the 3 X 10 ( in round number for 3 X 11 ) deities ( 12 Ādityas, 8 Vasus, 11 Rudras, and 2 Aśvins ; cf RV. ix, 92, 24 ). MBh. etc.

du. the Aśvins, iii, 10345

mfn. divine, R. iii, 41, 21

n. heaven, MBh. xiii, 3327 ( tri-diva, B )

-guru, m. ' thirty-god-preceptor, ' Bṛhaspati ( regent of Jupiter ), VarBṛS. VarBṛ.

-gopa, m. = indra-g°, a fire-fly, Ragh. xi, 42

-gopaka, m. id., Npr.

-tā, f. divine nature, Bālar.

-tva, n. id., Ragh. xviii, 30

-dīrghikā, f. ' heavenly lake, ' Gaṅgā, L.

-nadī, f. ' heavenly river, ' Gaṅgā, W.

-pati, m. ' lord of the gods, ' Indra, Mṛcch. Ratnâ`v. iv, 11. VP. v, 18

-puṃgava, m. ' god-chief, ' Viṣṇu, R. i, 14, 42

-pratipakṣa, m. = °śâri

-mañjarī, f. ' heavenly plant, ' the Tulasī, L.

-vadhū, f. ' wife of the gods, ' an Apsaras, W.

-vanitā, f. id., Megh.

-śaila, m. ' heavenly mountain, ' the Kailāsa, Kathās. cxiv

-śreṣṭha, mfn. best of gods ( Brahmā, Agni ), R. vi, 102 f.

-sarṣapa, m. = deva-s°, Npr.

°śâṅkuśa, m. ' divine goad, ' a thunderbolt, L.

°śâṅganā, f. = °śa-vadhū, Bhaktâm. 15

°śâ`cārya, m. = °śa-guru, L.

°śâdhipa, m. a lord of the gods, 28

°śâdhipati, m. Śiva

°śâyana, mfn. ' resort of the gods, ' Nārāyaṇa, Hariv.

°śâyudha, n. ' divine weapon, ' the rainbow, Ragh. ix, 54

the thunderbolt, L.

°śâri, m. an enemy of the gods, Asura, R. vi, 36, 78

°śâ`laya, m. ' abode of the gods, ' heaven, MBh. iii R. i. Vet.

the mountain Su-meru, L.

a heaven-dweller, god, MBh. iii, 1725

°śâ`vāsa, m. = °śâlaya, heaven, L.

°śâ`hāra, m. ' divine food, ' nectar, L.

°śī-bhūta, mfn. become divine, Ragh. xv, 102

°śêndra, m. ' god-chief, ' Indra, Pañcat. i

°śêndra-śatru, m. ' Indra's foe, ' Rāvaṇa, R. vi, 36, 6

°śê`śa, m. = °śêndra, MBh. iii

°śê`śadviṣ, m. = °śâri, MBh.

°śê`śvara, m. = °śêndra, MBh. R. ii

Śiva, MBh.

pl. Indra, Agni, Varuṇa, and Yama, Nal. iv, 31

( ī ), f. Durgā, DevīP.

N. of a female attendant of Durgā, W.

°śê`śvara-dviṣ, m. = °śêndra-śatru, R. i, 14, 47.



trí-dina-spṛś [ tridinaspRz ]

m. conjunction of 3 lunations with one solar day, Jyot.



trí-divá [ tridiva ]

n. ( m. L. ) the 3rd or most sacred heaven, heaven ( in general ), RV. ix, 113, 9 & AV. ( with gen. divás ), GopBr. PraśnUp. Mn. etc.

( ā ), f. cardamoms, Npr.

N. of a river in India, MBh. vi, 324, ;xiii, 7654

of a river in the Plaksha-dvīpa, VP. ii, 4, 11

( °vī ) BrahmâṇḍaP. [ Hcat. i, 5, 1070 ]

-gata, mfn. ' heaven-departed, ' dead, Vcar. vi, 62

°vâdhî`śa, °vê`śa, m. ' lord of heaven, ' a god, L.

°vê`śāna, m. id., Gal.

°vê`śvara, m. ' lord of heaven, ' Indra, R. i

°vôdbhavā, f. large cardamoms, L.

°vaˆukas, m. ' heaven-residing, ' a god, Vcar. xv, 72.



trí-divasa [ tridivasa ]

mfn. tertian ( fever ), AgP. xxxi, 18.



trí-dṛś [ tridRz ]

m. = -netra, Śiva, L.



trí-doṣa [ tridoSa ]

in comp., disorder of the 3 humours of the body

mfn. causing the TayāḍyaBr., Suśr. i, 45, 10, 11 and 46, 4, 28

-kṛt, mfn. id., 45, 8, 10

-ghna, mfn. removing the TayāḍyaBr., 45, 1, 16

-ja, mfn. resulting from the TayāḍyaBr., L.

-śamana, mfn. = -ghna, 46, 4, 32

-hārin, mfn. id. ( a kind of mixture ), Rasêndrac.

°ṣâpaha, m. ' keeping-off 3 kinds of sins ( cf. -daṇḍa ), ' Buddha, Buddh. L.



trí-dvāra [ tridvAra ]

mf ( ā ) n. ' having 3 doors, ' reachable in 3 ways, MBh. iii.



trí-dhanvan [ tridhanvan ]

m. N. of the father of Trayyāruṇa ( q.v. ).



trí-dharman [ tridharman ]

m. Śiva, R. vii.



trí-dhā [ tridhA ]

( trí- ), ind. ( VPrāt. ii, 44 ) in 3 ways, in 3 parts, in 3 places, triply, RV. if., iv. ChUp. MBh. etc.

-√ kṛ, to treble, xiii, 6467

-tva, n. tripartition, ChUp. vi, 3, 3, Śaṃk.

( e ), loc. ind. in 3 cases, APrāt. Sch.

-mūrti, f. a girl 3 years of age representing Durgā at her festivals.



trí-dhā'tu [ tridhAtu ]

mfn. consisting of 3 parts, triple, threefold ( used like Lat. triplex to denote excessive ), RV. ŚBr. v, 5, 5, 6

m. ( scil. puroḍā'śa ) N. of an oblation, TS. ii, 3, 6, 1 ( -tvá, n. abstr. )

Gaṇêśa, L.

N. of a man, TāṇḍyaBr. xiii, 3, 12, Sch.

n. the triple world, RV.

the aggregate of the 3 minerals or of the 3 humours, W.

tridhā'tu-śṛṅga, mfn. having a tripartite horn ( Agni ), v, 43, 13.



trí-dhātuka [ tridhAtuka ]

mfn. consisting of 3 humours, BhP. x

m. Gaṇesa, L.



trí-dhāman [ tridhAman ]

n. = -divá, BhP. iii, 24, 20

mfn. shining in the 3 worlds, 8, 31 VP. ii, 8, 54 ( ' triple-gloried ' )

tripartite, MBh. xiii

m. Viṣṇu, xii. Hariv. R. vii. BhP. vi

Brahmā, R. vii, 36, 7

Śiva, L. : fire, Agni, L.

death, L.

N. of the Vyāsa ( = Viṣṇu ) of the 10th Dvāpara, VP. iii, 3, 13. VāyuP. i, 23, 136. DevībhP. i, 3. KūrmaP. i, 52, 4.



trí-dhāra [ tridhAra ]

mf ( ā ) n. three-streamed ( Gaṅgā ), Hariv. 3189

( ā ), f. Euphorbia antiquorum, Gal.

-snuhī, f. id., Npr.

the plant dhārā-snuhī, L.



trí-dhāraka [ tridhAraka ]

m. ' three-edged ' Scirpus Kysoor, L.

= °rā, Npr.



trí-nagarī-tīrtha [ trinagarItIrtha ]

n. N. of a Tīrtha, Rasik. xi, 28.



trí-nayana [ trinayana ]

m. = -dṛś, MBh. xiv. R. PāṇŚ. Megh. etc.

n. N. of a town, Kṛshṇakrīḍ.

( ā ), f. Durgā, DevīP.



trí-navata [ trinavata ]

mfn. the 93rd ( chs. of MBh. )



trí-navati [ trinavati ]

f. 93, Pāṇ. vi

-tama, mfn. = °vata ( chs. of R. )



trí-nava-'ha [ trinavaha ]

n. pl. ( metrically for °vâha, cf. triṇavá ) 27 days, BhP. x, 83, 10.



trí-nāká [ trinAka ]

n. = -divá, RV. ix, 113, 9. AV. ix, 5, 10. BhP. vi.



trí-nābha [ trinAbha ]

mfn. whose navel supports the 3 worlds ( Viṣṇu ), viii, 17, 26.



trí-nā'bhi [ trinAbhi ]

mfn. three-naved ( a wheel ), RV. i, 164, 2. MBh. xiii BhP.



trí-nāli [ trinAli ]

mfn. 3 X 24 minutes long, Sāh. vi, 303.



trí-nidhana [ trinidhana ]

See -ṇidh°.



trí-nivit-ka [ trinivitka ]

mfn. containing 3 Nivid verses, AitĀr. i, 5, 2, 4.



trí-niṣka [ triniSka ]

mfn. worth 3 Nishkas, Pāṇ. v, 1, 30.



trí-netra [ trinetra ]

m. ' three-eyed, ' Śiva, MBh. etc.

( with rasa ) N. of different mixtures, Rasêndrac. Bhpr. vii, 8, 157

' Siva's asterism, ' Ārdrā, VarBṛS. xv, 29

N. of a prince, MatsyaP. cclxx, 27

( ā ), f. Durgā, Kathās. cvii

the root of Yam, Gal.

( ī ), f. id., L.

-cūḍāmaṇi, m. ' Śiva's crest, ' the moon, L.

-phala, m. the cocoa-nut tree, Gal.

°trôdbhava, m. ' Śiva's son, ' Kumāra, Alaṃkārar.



trí-nemi [ trinemi ]

See -ṇemi.



trí-naiṣkika [ trinaiSkika ]

mfn. = -niṣka, Pāṇ.



trí-pakṣa [ tripakSa ]

n. 3 fortnights, ŚāṅkhGṛ. iv, 3. VarBṛS. xxxii, 32.



trí-pakṣaka [ tripakSaka ]

m. Butea frondosa, L.



trí-pacchas [ tripacchas ]

( pad + śas ), ind. by 3 Pādas, ŚāṅkhŚr. xi.



trí-pañcaka [ tripaJcaka ]

mfn. pl. of 3 X 5 kinds, Yājñ. ii, 181/182, 11.



trí-pañcāśá [ tripaJcAza ]

mf ( ī' ) n. the 53rd ( chs. of MBh. and R. )

numbering 53 ( dice ), RV. x, 34, 8. AV. xix.



trí-pañcāśat [ tripaJcAzat ]

f. 53, Pāṇ. vi

-tama, mfn. the 53rd ( ch. of MBh. ii ).



trí-paṭu [ tripaTu ]

n. 3 saline substances ( stone-salt, Viḍ-lavaṇa, and black salt ), Npr.



trí-patat [ tripatat ]

in comp. = -dhāra, BhP. xi, 6, 13.



trí-patāka [ tripatAka ]

mfn. ( with kara, hasta, the hand ) with 3 fingers stretched out ( in dram. introductory to words meant janântikam ), Bālar. iii, 4/5. Sāh. vi, 139. PSarv. Hastar.

( °kākara ) Daśar.

( with lalāṭa, the forehead ) marked naturally with 3 wrinkles, L.



trí-patī [ tripatI ]

f. N. of a Tīrtha, Rasik. xi, 25.



trí-pattra [ tripattra ]

m. ' three-leaf, ' AEgle Marmelos, BṛhaddhP.

N. of a bulb, Npr.



trí-pattraka [ tripattraka ]

m. = -pakṣaka, L.



trí-patha [ tripatha ]

in comp. ' = -jagat '

n. a place where 3 roads meet, L.

mf ( ā ) n. reached by 3 roads ( Mathurā ), Rasik. xi, 21

-gā, f. ' flowing through heaven, earth, and the lower regions, ' the Ganges, MBh. etc.

-gāminī, f. id., i, 3903. R.



trí-pathaka [ tripathaka ]

m. ( in music ) a kind of composition.



trí-pád [ tripad ]

m. ( pā'd ) f. ( pād [ Pāṇ. ivf. ] pádī, g. kumbhapady-ādi )

n. three-footed, RV. x, 117, 8. VS. ChUp. Ragh. ( Dharma ). BhP. ( Viṣṇu, Yajña, Jvara )

making 3 steps, ĀśvGṛ. ŚāṅkhGṛ.

having 3 divisions ( a stanza ), ŚBr. xiv. BhP. ( Sāvitrī, Gāyatrī ). Chandas.

trinomial

three-fourths, RV. x, 90, 3 f.

m. N. of a Daitya, MBh. ix, 2693

( ), f. an elephant's fetter, Ragh. iv, 48. Dharmaśarm. xi, 51

a kind of elephant's gait, Kād. Vcar. xv

Cissus pedata, L.

N. of a Prākṛt metre

of a composition ( in music ).



trí-pada [ tripada ]

mfn. three-footed, MBh. vi, 71

extending over 3 squares, Hcat.

( Pāṇ. iv, 1, 9 ) having 3 divisions ( a stanza ), VS. and ŚBr. ( f. trípadā ) TS. ( f. °pádā ) AitBr. etc.

measuring 3 feet, KātyŚr.

containing 3 words, VPrāt. APrāt. Sch.

n. 3 words, VPrāt.

( ā ), f. Cissus pedata, L.

the Gāyatrī metre, Gal.

-prabhṛti, mfn. containing 3 or more words, TPrāt.



trí-padikā [ tripadikA ]

f. a tripod stand, Tantras.



trí-padya [ tripadya ]

mf ( ā ) n. tripartite, Jyot. ( YV ) 15.



trí-panna [ tripanna ]

m. N. of one of the moon's horses, L. Sch.



trí-parikrānta [ triparikrAnta ]

mfn. one who has overcome the 3 internal foes ( kāma, krodha, and lobha ), MBh. xiii, 6455.



trí-parivarta [ triparivarta ]

mfn. ( the wheel of the law ) turning thrice, Lalit. xiii, 14. Divyâv. xxvii, 189, xxxv, 218.



trí-parṇa [ triparNa ]

m. = -pakṣaka, L.

( ā ), f. wild hemp, Npr.

( ī ), f. Desmodium gangeticum, Bhpr. vii, 2, 16

the wild cotton tree, v, 3, 31

°ṇā, Npr.

Sanseviera zeylanica, L.

N. of a bulb, L.



trí-parṇikā [ triparNikA ]

f. id., L.

Carpopogon pruriens, Npr.

Alhagi Maurorum, L.



trí-parus [ triparus ]

mfn. consisting of 3 divisions, BhP.



trí-paryāya [ triparyAya ]

mfn. having 3 turns ( a stóma ), KātyŚr. ix f.



trí-parva [ triparva ]

mfn. consisting of 3 parts ( an arrow, cf. -kāṇḍa ), Hariv. 12238.



trí-parvata [ triparvata ]

' 3 mountains, ' N. of a place.



trí-parvan [ triparvan ]

mfn. = °va, MBh. iv, 43, 18.



trí-pala [ tripala ]

mf ( ā ) n. weighing 3 Palas, Yājñ. ii, 179.



trí-paśu [ tripazu ]

mfn. having 3 victims, KātyŚr. xv.



trí-pastyá [ tripastya ]

mfn. having 3 dwellings ( Agni ), RV. viii, 39, 8.



trí-pājasyá [ tripAjasya ]

mfn. having 3 flanks, iii, 56, 3.



trí-pāṭa [ tripATa ]

m. intersection of a prolonged side and perpendicular ( in a quadrangular figure ), figure formed by such intersection.



trí-pāṭikā [ tripATikA ]

f. a beak, Gal.



trí-pāṭhin [ tripAThin ]

m. familiar with the 3 Vedas ( epithet of a commentator on Vās. and of several copyists ).



trí-pāṇa [ tripANa ]

mfn. ( irreg. ) made of the plant Tri-parṇi, KātyŚr. xv, 5, 9.



trí-pāda [ tripAda ]

m. an asterism of which three-fourths are included under one zodiacal sign, W.

= -padikā, Kauś.

( ī ), f. a kind of Mimosa, Npr.

-vigraha, mfn. three-footed, Hariv. 2626.



trí-pād [ tripAd ]

see -pád

-vibhūti-kathana, n. N. of PadmaP. v, 29.



trí-pādaka [ tripAdaka ]

mf ( ikā ), n. three-footed, R. v

( ikā ), f. Cissus pedata, L.

= °dī, Npr.



trí-piṭa [ tripiTa ]

mfn. knowing °ṭaka, Divyâv. xvii, xxxv.



trí-piṭaka [ tripiTaka ]

n. the 3 baskets or collections of sacred writings ( Sūtra-, Vinaya-, and Abhidharma-piṭaka ), Buddh.

mfn. = °ṭa, Divyâv. ii, 575.



trí-piṇḍaka [ tripiNDaka ]

mfn. consisting of °ṇḍī, Śrāddhac.



trí-piṇḍī [ tripiNDI ]

f. the 3 sacrificial cakes, ( cf. Mn. iii, 215 ).



trí-piba [ tripiba ]

mfn. drinking with 3 members of the body ( with the 2 pendent ears and tongue, as a long-eared goat ), 271 Kull.



trí-piṣṭapa [ tripiSTapa ]

n. ( m. Uṇ. Sch. ) = -divá, Indra's heaven, MBh. i, 7580 and 7657. R. i, vi. MārkP. xviii, 27

the sky, L.

cf. -viṣṭ°

-sad m. ' heaven-dweller, ' a god, L.



trí-puṭa [ tripuTa ]

mfn. threefold, Buddh. L.

m. a kind of pulse, VarBṛS.

= -kaṭa, L.

N. of a measure of length ( hasta-bheda ), L.

( in music ) a kind of measure

a shore, L.

( ā ), f. Arabian jasmine, L.

Durgā, Tantras. ii f.

( ā, ī ), f. = -puṣā, L.

large cardamoms, L.



trí-puṭaka [ tripuTaka ]

mfn. triangular ( a wound ), Suśr. i, 22

m. a kind of pulse, 46.



trí-puṭin [ tripuTin ]

m. Ricinus communis, L.

°ṭi-phala, id., L.



trí-puṇḍra [ tripuNDra ]

n. a triple sectorial mark consisting of 3 lines or marks on the forehead ( or on back, heart, shoulders etc. RTL. 400 ), Vas. Hariv. BrahmânaṇḍaP. Tithyâd.



trí-puṇḍraka [ tripuNDraka ]

n. a triple sectorial mark consisting of 3 lines or marks on the forehead ( or on back, heart, shoulders etc. RTL. 400 ), Vas. Hariv. BrahmâṇḍaP. Tithyād.



trí-puṇḍrin [ tripuNDrin ]

mfn. furnished with °ra, SŚaṃkar. xi, 30.



trí-puṇḍhra [ tripuNDhra ]

n. = °ḍra, ŚāṅkhGṛ. ii, 10. BrahmôttKh. xxviii.



trí-pur [ tripur ]

f. pl. ' ? ,' the 3 strong cities, triple fortification, BhP. vii.



trí-purá [ tripura ]

n. sg. id., ( built of gold, silver, and iron, in the sky, air, and earth, by Maya for the Asuras, and burnt by Śiva, MBh. etc. cf TS. vi, 2, 3, 1 ), ŚBr. vi, 3, 3, 25. AitBr. ii, 11. Śāṅkh Br., N. of an Up.

of a town, Kṣitî`ś. iii, 17

m. Śiva, Śaktir. v

the Asura Bāṇa, RevāKh.

( ā ), f. a kind of cardamoms ( cf. -puṭā ), Gal.

a kind of rice, ib.

a kind of sorcery, Śārad. xii

N. of an Up.

Durgā, KālP. Tantras. Pañcad.

( ī ), f. N. of an Up.

of the capital of the Cedis, MBh. iii, 254, 10. VarBṛS. xiv, 9. Bālar. iii, 38

-kumāra, m. N. of a pupil of Śaṃkarâ`cārya, Śaṃkar. lxx

-ghātin, m. ' destroyer of Tantras, ' Śiva, Kathās. cxv

-ghna, m. id., MBh. R. i

-jit, m. id., W.

-dahana, m. id., L.

n. N. of a drama

-dāha, m. ' burning of Tantras, ' N. of PadmaP. iv, 5

of a drama

-druh, m. ' enemy of Tantras, ' Śiva Bālar.

-dviṣ, m. id., Ragh. xvii, 14

-pramāthin, m. = -ghna, Dhanaṃj. 37

-bhairava, m. N. of a mixture, Bhpr.

( ī ), f. Durgā, KālP. Śārad. xii

-mallikā, f. a kind of jasmine, L.

-mālī, f. id., L.

-vadha, m. ' destruction of Tantras ' ( °rasya v° MBh. vii, 9570 ), N. of ŚivaP. ii, 5-7

-vijaya, m. conquest of Tantras, Megh. 56

N. of LiṅgaP. i, 71 f.

-vijayin, m. ' Tantras-conqueror, ' Śiva, Mudr. i, 2

-vidhvaṃsaka, m. id., Buddh. L.

-sundarī, f. Durgā, Rudray. ii, 1. Tantras. iii f.

-han, m. = -ghna, R. vi. BhP. iv

-hara, m. id., Prasannar. ii, 35. Hāsy.

N. of LiṅgaP. i, 72

°râdhipati, m. ' Tantras-lord, ' Maya, BhP. v, viii

°rântaká, m. = °ra-ghna, MBh. ii. Hariv. 1579. ŚatarUp. ( interpol. ) Kathās. ciii

°rântakara, m. id., MBh. ii, 754

°rânta-kṛt, m. id., Āryav.

Rāma's bow, Mcar. i, 52

°rârāti, m. = °radruh, Kathās. lvi

°râri, m. id., Suśr. vi. Kathās. ix, 7

°rârṇava, m. N. of a work, Sch. on Ānand. 1 and 3

°rârdana, m. = °ra-ghna, MBh. iii

°rê`śâdri, m. N. of a mountain, Rājat. v

°rê`śvara, N. of a place, v f.

°rôpākhyāna, n. N. of ŚivaP. iii, 52 - 54.



trí-purā [ tripurA ]

see °ra

-tapana, n. -tāpanī, f. N. of an Up.

-bhairavī, f. = °ra-bh°, Tantr.

-sāra, m. N. of a work, Tantras. ii

-samuccaya, m. N. of a work, Tantr.



trí-purāṇaka [ tripurANaka ]

mf ( ikā ) n. ( a coin ) worth 3 Purāṇas.



trí-purāṇīya [ tripurANIya ]

mfn. id., Mn. xi, 228. Kull.



trí-purī [ tripurI ]

°ra

-kṣetra, n. the district of Tripurī

prakaraṇa, n. N. of a Vedântic work ( ascribed to Śamkara ).



trí-puruṣa [ tripuruSa ]

n. sg. 3 generations, Gaut.

( ī ), f. id., ĀpŚr. x. Sch. Introd.

( am ), ind. through 3 generations, ŚāṅkhŚr. PārGṛ.

°ṣá, mfn. having the length of 3 men, ŚBr. x

( -pūr° ), TBr. i

having 3 assistants, ĀśvŚr. iv, 1.



trí-puṣā [ tripuSA ]

f. dark-blossomed Convolvulus Turpethum, L.



trí-puṣkara [ tripuSkara ]

mfn. decorated with 3 lotus flowers, Lāṭy. ix, 2, 9

pl. ' the 3 lakes, ' N. of a Tīrtha, Ragh. xviii, 30

m. N. of a man, Siṉhâ`s. ix, 2/3.



trí-pūruṣá [ tripUruSa ]

See -pur°.



trí-pṛṣṭhá [ tripRSTha ]

mfn. having 3 backs or surfaces ( Soma compared with a chariot or bull or horse ), RV. vii, ix

m. Viṣṇu, BhP. vii f.

the first of the black Vāsu-devas, Jain. L.

n. = -divá, AV. ix, 5, 10. BhP. i f.



trí-pauruṣa [ tripauruSa ]

mf ( ī ) n. extending over 3 generations, KātyŚr. Sch.



trí-pratiṣṭhita [ tripratiSThita ]

( trí- ), mfn. having a threefold footing, AV. x, 2, 32.



trí-pralamba [ tripralamba ]

mfn. having 3 pendent parts of the body, R. v.




trí-pralambin [ tripralambin ]

mfn. having 3 pendent parts of the body, R. v.



trí-prasruta [ triprasruta ]

mfn. having 3 fluid streams flowing from the forehead ( a rutting elephant ), ii Hcar. vii.



trí-prātihārya-sampanna [ triprAtihAryasampanna ]

mfn. ' possessed of magical power of 3 kinds, ' a Buddha, Buddh. L.



trí-plakṣa [ triplakSa ]

m. pl. ' the 3 fig-trees, ' a place near the Yamunā where the Dṛshad-vatī disappears, TāṇḍyaBr. xxv, 13. ŚāṅkhŚr. xiii

°kṣâvaharaṇa, n. id., KātyŚr. xxiv. Lāṭy. x.



trí-phala [ triphala ]

mfn. having 3 fruits, Kām. viii, 42

( ā ), f. ( Pāṇ. iv, 1, 64, Vārtt. 3 ) the 3 Myrobalans ( fruits of Tertminalia Chebula, Tantras Bellerica, and Phyllanthus Emblica, also tṛph° L. ), Suśr. VarBṛS. xvi. Kathās. lxx. KātyŚr. Sch.

the 3 sweet fruits ( grape, pomegranate, and date ), Npr.

the 3 fragrant fruits ( nutmeg, areca-nut, and cloves ), ib.

( ī ), f. id., L.



trí-bandhana [ tribandhana ]

m. N. of a son of Aruṇa, BhP. ix, 7, 4 ( v.l. ni-b° ).



trí-bandhú [ tribandhu ]

mfn. being the friend of the 3 worlds ( Indra ), RV. vii, 37, 7.



trí-barhís [ tribarhis ]

mfn. having 3 seats of sacrificial grass, i, 181, 8.



trí-bāhu [ tribAhu ]

m. ' three-armed, ' N. of a goblin, Hariv. 14852

a kind of fighting, 15980.



trí-bīja [ tribIja ]

m. ' three-seeded, ' Panicum frumentaceum, L.



trí-brahman [ tribrahman ]

mfn. with Brahmā, Viṣṇu, and Śiva, DhyānabUp.



trí-bha [ tribha ]

mfn. containing 3 zodiacal signs, Sūryas. xiv

n. 3 zodiacal signs, quadrant, 90 degrees, vii

-jīvā, -jyā, -maurvikā, f. = tri-j°, iii

tribhô`na-lagna, n. ' part of the ecliptic which does not reach the eastern point by 90 degrees, ' the highest point of the ecliptic above the horizon, v, Sch.



trí-bhaṅgi [ tribhaGgi ]

m. ( in music ) a kind of measure.



trí-bhaṅgī [ tribhaGgI ]

f. a metre of 4 X 32 syllabic instants.



trí-bhaṇḍī [ tribhaNDI ]

f. = -puṣā, Suśr. ( metrically °ḍi, vi, 56 ).



trí-bhava [ tribhava ]

mfn. said of a kind of fever, Bhpr. vii, 8, 70.



trí-bhāga [ tribhAga ]

m. the 3rd part, Hariv. VarBṛS. Rājat. KātyŚr. Sch.

the 3rd part ( of the eye sending a particular side-glance ), Kād. Hcar. vii. Bālar. iii, 49

the 3rd part of a zodiacal sign, VarBṛ.

three-fourths, Pañcar. i, 14, 50.



trí-bhāj [ tribhAj ]

mfn. receiving 3 shares, AitBr. ii, 24.



trí-bhāṇḍī [ tribhANDI ]

f. = -bhaṇḍī, Car. vii, 7.



trí-bhānu [ tribhAnu ]

m. N. of a descendant of Yayāti and father of Karaṃ-dhama, BhP. ix

( -sānu, VāyuP. ii, 37, 1f. ).



trí-bhāva [ tribhAva ]

g. brāhmaṇâ`di.



trí-bhāṣyaratna [ tribhASyaratna ]

n. N. of a commentary on TPrāt.



trí-bhinna [ tribhinna ]

m. ( in music ) N. of a measure.



trí-bhukti-rāja [ tribhuktirAja ]

m. N. of a Tīrtha, Rasik. xii, 2.



trí-bhúj [ tribhuj ]

mfn. threefold, AV. viii, 9, 2.



trí-bhuja [ tribhuja ]

mfn. triangular

m. a triangle, Āryabh. ii, 11.



trí-bhuvana [ tribhuvana ]

n. ( Pāṇ. ii, 4, 30, Vārtt. 3, Sch. ) = -jagat, Bhartṛ. BhP. etc.

N. of a town, Kathās. lvi

m. N. of a prince, ib., Rājat. vi f.

-guru, m. ' the 3 worlds' master, ' Śiva, Megh.

-pati, m. Viṣṇu, Dhūrtas. i, 13

-pāla-deva, m. N. of a prince, Dūtâṅg. i, 2/3

-prabhā, f. N. of the daughter of a Dānava, Kathās. cxviii

-malla-deva, m. the hero of Vcar.

-māṇikya-carita, n. N. of a work, Gaṇar.

°nâ`bhoga, m. the extension of the 3 worlds, Prasannar. i, 8/9

°nê`śvara, m. = °na-guru, ŚivaP. ii, 28

Indra, BrahmaP.

°nê`śvara-liṅga, n. N. of a Liṅga, KapSaṃh.



trí-bhūma [ tribhUma ]

mfn. three-storied, Pāṇ. v, 4, 75, Sch.



trí-bhauma [ tribhauma ]

mfn. id., Hcat. i, 9, 330.



trí-maṇḍala-pariśuddha [ trimaNDalaparizuddha ]

mfn. ? Buddh. L.



trí-maṇḍalā [ trimaNDalA ]

f. ( scil. lūtā ), N. of a venomous spider, Suśr. v.



trí-mada [ trimada ]

m. the 3 narcotic plants ( Cyperus rotundus, Plumbago zeylanica, and Embelia Ribes )

the threefold haughtiness, BhP. iii, 1, 43.



trí-madhu [ trimadhu ]

mfn. knowing or reciting the 3 verses beginning with mádhu, ( RV. i, 90, 6, 8 ) Gaut. Yājñ. i VP. iii, 15, 1. MārkP. xxxi

n. = °dhura, L.



trí-madhura [ trimadhura ]

n. the 3 sweet substances ( sugar, honey, ghee ), VarBṛS. Śārad. ix

( madhuratraya, Tantras. iv ).



trí-mántu [ trimantu ]

mfn. ' offering threefold advice ' or m. ' N. of a man, ' RV. i, 112, 4.



trí-mala [ trimala ]

mfn. affected by 3 kinds of uncleanness, GarbhUp. 1.



trí-malla [ trimalla ]

N. of a sacred place, Rasik. xi, 25

-candra, m. N. of a prince.



trí-mātṛ' [ trimAtR ]

mfn. having 3 mothers ( m. ' creator of the 3 worlds, ' Sāy. ) RV. iii, 56, 5.



trí-mātra [ trimAtra ]

mf ( ā ) n. = °trā-kāla, RPrāt. APrāt. ŚāṅkhŚr. 3 in number, MBh. vii

°trā-kāla, mfn. containing or sounding 3 syllabic instants, Bhāshik. ii, 32, Sch.

°trika, m. ( unmetrically for °tra ) the syllable om, Prapañcas. ( RāmatUp. ii, 2, 3, Sch. )



trí-mārikā [ trimArikA ]

f. ' three-killer, ' N. of a woman, Kathās. lxvi.



trí-mārga [ trimArga ]

in comp. = -patha

mfn. with 3 ways, DhyānabUp. 17

( ī ), f. 3 ways, L.

-gamana, n. going by 3 ways ( through heaven, earth, and the lower regions ), R. ( G ) i, 45, 40

-gā, f. = tripatha-gā, Ragh. xiii, 20. Śiś. xii.



trí-mukuṭa [ trimukuTa ]

m. ' three-peaked, ' the Tri-kūṭa mountain, L.



trí-mukha [ trimukha ]

m. ' three-faced, ' the 3rd Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī, L.

( ā ), f. Śākya-muni's mother, L.



trí-muni [ trimuni ]

mfn. ( grammar ) produced by the 3 Munis ( Pāṇ., Kāty.. Pat. ), Pāṇ. ii, 1, 19, Kāś. Madhus.



trí-mūḍha [ trimUDha ]

n. = -gūḍha, Bhar. xviii.



trí-mūḍhaka [ trimUDhaka ]

n. = -gūḍha, Bhar. xviii.



trí-mūrti [ trimUrti ]

mfn. having 3 forms or shapes ( as Brahmā, Viṣṇu, Śiva ), Kum. ii, 4

Gaṅgê`ś. RāmatUp. i, 16, Sch.

in comp. Brahmā, Viṣṇu, Śiva, Hcat. i, 11, 547

m. the sun ( cf. trayī-deha ), 8, 221

a Buddha, L.

one of the 8 Vidyê`śvaras, 8, 406, 11, 857, ii, 1, 941. Śaktir. v

( °tika ), Sarvad. vii, 75.



trí-mūrdha [ trimUrdha ]

mfn. three-headed, Pāṇ. v f.



trí-mūrdhán [ trimUrdhan ]

mfn. id., RV. i, 146, 1

m. N. of a Rakshas, Uttarar. ii, 15.



trí-yājña [ triyAjJa ]



trí-yava [ triyava ]

mfn. weighing 3 barley-corns, Mn. viii, 134. Śulbas.



trí-yaṣṭi [ triyaSTi ]

m. Oldenlandia biflora ( ? ), L.



trí-yāna [ triyAna ]

n. the 3 Vehicles ( leading to Nirvāṇa ), Buddh.



trí-yāma [ triyAma ]

mf ( ā ) n. ( the night ) containing 3 watches ( or 9 hours ), R. ( G ) ii, 10, 7

( ā ), f. night, Hariv. 5768. R. etc.

turmeric, W.

= -puṣā, Uṇ. k

the Indigo plant, ib.

the river Yamunā, ib.



trí-yāmaka [ triyAmaka ]

n. sin, L.



trí-yukta [ triyukta ]

mfn. ( a cart ) drawn by 3, KātyŚr. xv.



trí-yugá [ triyuga ]

n. ( = -puruṣa ), 3 generations ( Nir. ' spring, rainy-season, and autumn, ŚBr. vii ) RV. x, 97, 1

mfn. appearing in the first 3 Yugas ( Kṛshṇa ), MBh. BhP.



trí-yugma [ triyugma ]

mfn. possessing 3 pairs ( yaśo-vīrye, aiśvarya-śriyau, jñāna-vairāgye ), R. vii.



trí-yūpa [ triyUpa ]

mfn. with 3 sacrificial posts, KātyŚr.



trí-yojaná [ triyojana ]

n. 3 Yojanas, AV. vi, 131, 3.



trí-yoni [ triyoni ]

mfn. ( a lawsuit ) resulting from 3 reasons ( anger, covetousness, or infatuation ), W.



trí-ratna [ triratna ]

n. the 3 gems: Buddha, the law, and the monkish brotherhood, Buddh.



trí-rasaka [ trirasaka ]

n. ' triple-flavoured, ' a spirituous liquor, Śiś. x, 12 ( Sāh. iii, 148/149 )

-saraka.



trí-rātrá [ trirAtra ]

n. sg. 3 ( nights or ) days, ŚBr. KātyŚr. Kauś. ( pl. MBh. iii, 82, 18 )

mfn. lasting ( 3 nights or ) days, ŚBr. xiii. ŚāṅkhŚr.

m. a sacrificial performance of 3 days, TāṇḍyaBr.

cf. aśva-, garga-, baida-

( am ), ind. for 3 days, during 3 days, KātyŚr. ĀśvGṛ. Mn. etc.

( āt, eṇa ), ind. after 3 days, v

°trais tribhiḥ, after 3 X 3 days, 64

°trâvaram, ind. at least 3 days, KātyŚr. iv, 11, 3. Gaut.



trí-rātrīṇā [ trirAtrINA ]

f. ( a woman ) 3 days after her courses, ĀpŚr. ix, 2, 3,



trí-rāva [ trirAva ]

m. N. of a son of Garuḍa, MBh. v, 101, 11 ( v.l. -vāra ).



trí-rāśi-pa [ trirAzipa ]

mfn. governing 3 zodiacal signs.



trí-rūpa [ trirUpa ]

( trí- ), mfn. three-formed, NṛsUp. ii, 9, 6

three-coloured, ŚBr. iv, xiii. KātyŚr.

having 3 syllabic instants, TPrāt., Sch.



trí-rekha [ trirekha ]

mf ( ā ) n. three-lined ( the neck ), L.

m. a conch ( or some other animal ), L.

°kh´âṅkita, m. N. of a fish, Gal.

°khā-puṭa, a sexangle, RāmatUp. i, 58.



trí-lava [ trilava ]

m. a third part, Līl.



trí-lavaṇa [ trilavaNa ]

n. = -paṭu, L.



trí-liṅga [ triliGga ]

mfn. possessing the 3 Guṇas ( cf. -guṇa ), BhP. iii

= °gaka

n. ' the 3 Liṅgas, ' the country Telinga

( ī ), f. the 3 genders ( in Gram. ), L.



trí-liṅgaka [ triliGgaka ]

mfn. having 3 genders, adjective, L.



trí-loka [ triloka ]

n. sg. [ MBh. xiii. Hariv. 11303 ], m. pl. [ R. iii ] the 3 worlds ( = -patha )

m. sg. the inhabitants of the 3 worlds, BhP. iii, 2, 13

( ī ), f. the 3 worlds, i-iii, Rājat. Prab.

-nātha, m. ' Telinga-lord, ' Indra, Ragh. iii, 45

Śiva, Kum. v, 77

-rakṣin, mfn. protecting the 3 worlds, Vikr. i, 5

-vaśaṃ-kara, m. N. of a Lokê`śvara

-vīra, m. N. of a Buddh. deity

-sāra, m. N. of a work.

°kâ`tman, m. ' Telinga-soul, ' Śiva

°kê`śa, m. ' Telinga-lord, ' Viṣṇu, Siṉhâ`s.

Siva, MBh. xiv

the sun, L.



trí-lokī [ trilokI ]

f. of °ka

-kṛti, f. the creation of the 3 worlds, Dhūrtan.

-jit, mfn. conquering the 3 worlds, Dhanaṃj. 4

-nātha, m. ' Telinga-lord, ' Viṣṇu, Śāntiś.

-pati, m. id., Siṉhâ`s. xii, 3

-rāja, m. Indra, Gal.



trí-locana [ trilocana ]

mfn. three-eyed ( Śiva ), DhyānabUp. KaivUp. R. i. Ragh. etc.

m. ( with rasa ) a kind of mixture, Rasar.

m. N. of a poet, ŚārṅgP.

-dāsa, Hemac. Sch.

= -pāla, Rājat. vii. Kṣitî`ś.

( ā ), f. a disloyal wife, L.

N. of a goddess ( also °nī W. ), BrahmaP. ii, 18, 20 [ 460, 2 ]

-tīrtha, n. N. of a Tīrtha, KapSaṃh.

-dāsa, m. N. of a grammarian

-pāla, m. N. of a prince, Rājat. vii

°nâṣṭamī, f. the 8th day in the dark half of month Jyaishṭha, W.

°nê`śvara-tīrtha, n. N. of a Tīrtha, RevāKh. clxxxviii.



trí-loha [ triloha ]

n. the 3 metals ( copper, brass, and bell-metal ), Hcat. i, 11

mf ( ī ) n. made of one of the 3 metals ( v.l. -lauh° ), Tantras. i.



trí-lohaka [ trilohaka ]

n. the 3 metals ( gold, silver, copper ), L.



trí-lauha [ trilauha ]

See -loha.



trí-vakrā [ trivakrA ]

f. ' thrice crooked, ' N. of a woman, BhP. x, 42, 3.



trí-vaṇa-saṃjñikā [ trivaNasaMjJikA ]

f. (in music) N. of a Rāgiṇī.



trí-vaṇī [ trivaNI ]

f. ( in music ) N. of a Rāgiṇī



trí-vat [ trivat ]

( trí- ), mfn. ( Pāṇ. vi, 1, 176, Vārtt. 2. viii, 2, 15, Kāś. ) containing the word trí, TS. ii, 4, 11, 2.



trí-vatsá [ trivatsa ]

mf ( ā' ) n. 3 years old ( ox or cow ), VS. TāṇḍyaBr. Lāṭy. Kāty.



trí-vandhurá [ trivandhura ]

mfn. ( Pāṇ. vi, 2, 199, Vārtt. Pat. ) having 3 seats ( the Aśvins' chariot ), RV. i, vii-ix.



trí-vayas [ trivayas ]

( trí- ), mfn. having threefold food ( or texture ? ), ii, 31, 5.



trí-várūtha [ trivarUtha ]

mfn. protecting in 3 ways, RV. AV. vii-ix

( °thá ) VS. & TBr. ii.



trí-varga [ trivarga ]

m. the three things, KātyŚr. Lāṭy. etc. ( = -gaṇa, Mn. Yājñ. MBh. etc. = -guṇa, L.

the 3 conditions, ' progress, stationariness, and decline, ' xii, 2664. the 3 higher castes, xiii. = -madhura, Suśr. vi, 41. = -kaṭu, L. = -phalā, L. )

-cintana, n. N. of a ch. of Psarv.

pārīṇa, mfn. having passed through the 3 conditions or attained the tri-gaṇa, Bhaṭṭ. ii, 46.



trí-varṇa [ trivarNa ]

mfn. three-coloured, ŚāṅkhGṛ.

-kṛt, m. the chameleon, Npr.



trí-varṇaka [ trivarNaka ]

m. n. = -kaṭa, L.

n. = -kaṭu, Suśr. i, 44

the 3 Myrobalans ( -phalā ), L.



trí-vártu [ trivartu ]

mfn. threefold, RV. vii, 101, 2.



trí-vartman [ trivartman ]

mfn. going by 3 paths, ŚvetUp. v, 7

°tma-gā, f. = tripatha-gā, MBh. xiii, 1842.



trí-varṣa [ trivarSa ]

mfn. = -vatsá, Lāṭy. viii

n. 3 years, Suśr. ii, 1

a-, not yet 3 years old, Mn. v, 70

trivarṣa-pūrva, mfn. known less than 3 years, Āp.



trí-varṣaka [ trivarSaka ]

mf ( ikā ), n. = -vatsá, Hemac.



trí-varṣīya [ trivarSIya ]

mfn. used for 3 years, MBh. xiii, 4467.



trí-vali [ trivali ]

mfn. having 3 folds or incisions, KātyŚr. vii, 3, 29

f. in comp. the 3 folds over a woman's navel ( regarded as a beauty ), VarBṛS. lxx, 5. Ṛitus. GarP.



trí-valī [ trivalI ]

f. id., MBh. iii, 1824. Hariv. 3625. Bhartṛ.

the anus, L.

N. of a drum

-vat, see -valīka.



trí-valīka [ trivalIka ]

mfn. ( Rāma ) having 3 folds ( on the belly or neck ), R. v, 32, 12 ( v.l. °līvat )

n. the anus, W.



trí-vācika [ trivAcika ]

mfn. effected by 3 words, Pañcat. iv, 5, 0/1.



trí-vāra [ trivAra ]

see -rāva

( am ), ind. thrice, Śāktâ`n. ii.



trí-vārṣika [ trivArSika ]

mfn. 3 years old, Pañcat. iii, 2, 17/18.



trí-vikrama [ trivikrama ]

n. the 3 steps ( of Viṣṇu ), R. vi. Kum. ( in comp. )

mfn. or m. who strided over the 3 worlds in 3 steps ( Viṣṇu ), Hariv. 2641. R. i etc.

m. N. of a Brāhman, Śukas.

of the author of a work ( called after him Traivikramī ), Nirṇayas. iii

of a medical author and of a mixture ( called after him ), Rasêndrac.

= -bhaṭṭa

-tīrtha, n. N. of a Tīrtha, RevāKh. cclxxi

-deva, m. N. of an author, Rasar.

-bhaṭṭa, m. N. of the author of Nalac.

-sena, m. N. of a prince, Kathās.

°mâ`cārya, m. N. of an astronomer.



trí-vitastá [ trivitasta ]

mfn. 3 spans long, TBr. i, 5, 10, 1

n. 3 spans, ĀpŚr. vii, 4, 2.



trí-vidya [ trividya ]

mfn. containing the 3 Vedas ( Śiva. cf trayī-tanu )

( ā ), f. threefold knowledge ( cf. trayī'vidyā' Pāṇ. iv, 1, 88, Pat.



trí-vidha [ trividha ]

( trí- ), mfn. of 3 kinds, triple, threefold, ŚBr. xii. ŚāṅkhŚr. Mn. etc.

-damatha-vastu-kuśala, m. = tri-dam°, Divyâv. viii, 79.



trí-vinata [ trivinata ]

mfn. bent in 3 ways, R. v, 32, 13 ( v.l. try-avan° ).



trí-vibudhī [ trivibudhI ]

f. 3 deities, Naish.



trí-viṣṭapa [ triviSTapa ]

n. = -piṣṭ°, GopBr. Yājñ. MBh. etc.

N. of a Liṅga, LiṅgaP. i, 1, 4

for °ṣṭabdha, SaṃnyUp. iv, 1

-sad, m. = -piṣṭ°, L.



trí-viṣṭabdha [ triviSTabdha ]

n. the 3 staves of a Parivrājaka ( = -daṇḍa ), MBh. xii.



trí-viṣṭabdhaka [ triviSTabdhaka ]

n. id. Pat. on Pāṇ. i, 1, 1, Vārtt. 8. ii, 1, 1, Vārtt. 4, and iii, 2, 124, Vārtt. 2



trí-viṣṭí [ triviSTi ]

ind. thrice, RV. iv, 6, 4 and 15, 2

-dhā'tu, mfn. threefold, i, 102, 8.



trí-vista [ trivista ]

mfn. weighing 3 Vistas, Pāṇ. v, 1, 31.



trí-vṛ't [ trivRt ]

mfn. threefold, triple, triform, consisting of 3 parts or folds etc. RV. etc.

connected with the Tri-vṛt Stoma, ŚBr. xiii. KātyŚr. ŚāṅkhŚr.

( n. pl. -vṛnti ), ĀśvŚr.

m. ( with or without stóma ) a threefold Stoma ( in which first the three 1st verses of each Tṛca of RV. ix, II are sung together, then the 2nd verses, and lastly the 3rd ), VS. etc.

m. a triple cord, SāṅkhGṛ. Mn. iii, 43

an amulet of 3 strings, AV. v, 28

N. of a Vyāsa ( -vṛṣa )

f. = °tā, Suśr. ( generally written tṛ-v° )

trivṛc-chiras, mfn. Telinga-headed, MBh. xii, 1632. xiii, 7379

trivṛt-karaṇa, n. making threefold, Vedântas. 116 ( ChUp. vi, 3, 2 f. )

trivṛ't-tā, f. triplicity, ŚBr. vi

-parṇī, f. Hingcha repens, L.

trivṛ't-prāya, mfn. similar to the Telinga, xii, 3, 1, 5

-stoma, mfn. connected with the Telinga Stoma, Hariv. 7435.



trí-vṛtā [ trivRtA ]

f. Ipomoea Turpethum, Suśr. VarBṛS.



trí-vṛtti [ trivRtti ]

f. livelihood through 3 things ( sacrifice, study, and alms ), MBh. xiii, 1541.



trí-vṛnta [ trivRnta ]

m. = pakṣaka, Npr.



trí-vṛntikā [ trivRntikA ]

f. = -vṛtā, L.



trí-vṛṣá [ trivRSa ]

mfn. having 3 bulls, AV. v, 16, 3

m. N. of the Vyāsa in the 11th Dvāpara, DevībhP. i, 3. KūrmaP. i, 52, 5 ( v.l. ṛṣabha )

( °ṣan ), VP. iii, 3, 14

( °vṛt ), VāyuP. i, 23, 140.



trí-vṛṣan [ trivRSan ]

m. N. of Try-aruṇa's father ( cf. traivṛṣṇá ), RV. v, 27, 1, Sāy.

see °ṣa.



trí-veṇi [ triveNi ]

f. = °ṇī, Uṇ., Sch.



trí-veṇikā [ triveNikA ]

f. N. of a grammar.



trí-veṇī [ triveNI ]

f. ( g. śivâ`di ) ' triple-braided, ' the place of confluence ( Prayāga, now Allāhābād ) of the Ganges with the Yamunā ( Jumnā ) and the subterranean Sarasvatī

N. of another place.



trí-veṇu [ triveNu ]

mfn. three-bannered ( a chariot ), BhP. iv, 26, 1

m. N. of part of a chariot, MBh. iii f. vii ( also °ṇuka ) -ix. BhP. xi.



trí-veda [ triveda ]

in comp. the 3 Vedas, KātyŚr. xxv

( ī ), f. id., L.

mfn. familiar with the 3 Vedas, Mn. ii, 118

m. = trayī-deha, Hcat. i

°dī-tanu, m. ( with deva ), id., Bālar. iii, 85.



trí-vedin [ trivedin ]

mfn. familiar with the 3 Vedas, W.

= trayīmūrti-mat, R. vii.



trí-velā [ trivelA ]

f. = -vṛtā, L.



trí-vaistika [ trivaistika ]

mfn. = -vista, Pāṇ.



trí-vyāma [ trivyAma ]

mf ( ā ) n. 3 cords long, KātyŚr. vi, 3, 5.



trí-vrata [ trivrata ]

( trí- ), mfn. eating thrice a day, TS. vi, 2, 5, 3.



trí-śakala [ trizakala ]

m. having 3 Śakalas, Pāṇ. vi, 2, 47, Kāś.



trí-śakti [ trizakti ]

f. = -kalā, VarP. xc ff.



trí-śaṅku [ trizaGku ]

m. N. of a sage, TUp. i, 10

of a king of Ayodhyā ( aspiring to ascend to heaven in his mortal body, he first requested Vasishṭha to perform a great sacrifice for him, on Vasishṭha's refusing he applied to Vasishṭha's hundred sons, who cursed and degraded him to the rank of a Caṇḍāla [ hence called a Caṇḍāla king, Divyâv. xxxiii ]. Viśvā-mitra then undertook the sacrifice for him and invited all the gods, who declined to come and thereby so enraged the sage that, by his own power, he transported Telinga to heaven, on his being hurled down again head foremost by the gods, he was arrested in his course by Viśvā-mitra and remained suspended in the sky, forming the southern cross constellation, R. i, 57 ( 59 G ) ff. son of Pṛthu, Hariv. 730 ff. and VP. iv, 3, 13 f. son of ṭrayyāruṇa, son of ṭri-bandhana, BhP. ix, 7 ) MBh. i, xiii etc.

a cat, L.

the civet-cat, Npr.

a grasshopper, L.

a fire-fly, L.

= °ṅkha, L.

N. of a mythical mountain, Divyâv. viii, 293 ff

f. N. of a mythical river, 223 and 295

( °kukā ) 298

m. pl. N. of thorns, 293

-ja, m. ' Telinga's son, ' Hari-ścandra L.

-tilaka, mf ( ā ) n. adorned with the Telinga constellation ( the southern region, diś ), Kād.

-yājin, m. sacrificing for Telinga, ' Viśvā-mitra, L.



trí-śaṅkuka [ trizaGkuka ]

m. a wag-tail, Gal.

( ā ), f., see °ṅku.



trí-śaṅkha [ trizaGkha ]

m. the Cātaka bird, Gal.



trí-śatá [ trizata ]

mfn. 103, ŚāṅkhBr. xiv. ŚāṅkhŚr. 300, RV. i, 164, 48. AV. xi, 5, 2

the 300th ( chs. of MBh. iii, xii and R. [G] ii, vi )

= °taka, Hariv. 512 ( f. ī ). Kām.

n. 300, MBh. xiii. R. i, vii

( ī ), f. 300, MBh. xiv. Jyot. ( YV. ) 29

°taṃ-ṣaṣṭi-parvan, mfn. consisting of 360 sections, BhP. iii

°ta-tama, mfn. the 300th ( ch. of Hariv. )



trí-śataka [ trizataka ]

mf ( ikā ) n. consisting of 300, Buddh.



trí-śaraṇa [ trizaraNa ]

n. ' threefold refuge, ' = -ratna, Buddh.

the three-refuge formula of Buddhists, MWB. 78.



trí-śarīra [ trizarIra ]

m. three-bodied, NṛsUp. ii, 1, 4.



trí-śarīrin [ trizarIrin ]

mfn. id., ( Viṣṇu ), Hariv. 14982.



trí-śarkarā [ trizarkarA ]

f. 3 kinds of sugar ( guḍôtpannā, himôtthā, madhurā ), L.



trí-śalá [ trizala ]

mfn. 3 bristles long, TBr. i, 5, 10, 1

( ā ), f. the mother of Mahāvīra, Jain.



trí-śalya [ trizalya ]

mfn. three-pointed ( an arrow ), MBh. vii, 202, 82.



trí-śas [ trizas ]

ind. by threes, RPrāt. xviii.



trí-śākha [ trizAkha ]

mf ( ā ) n. three-wrinkled ( bhru-kuṭī ), MBh. viii. Kathās. cii, 72

-pattra, m. AEgle Marmelos, L.



trí-śāṇa [ trizANa ]

mfn. weighing 3 Sāṇas, Pān. v, 1, 36.



trí-śāṇya [ trizANya ]

mfn. weighing 3 Śāṇas, Pāṇ. v, 1, 36.



trí-śānu [ trizAnu ]

m. for -bhānu, Hariv. BrahmaP.



trí-śāla [ trizAla ]

n. a house with 3 halls, MatsyaP. ccliii.



trí-śālaka [ trizAlaka ]

n. id., VarBṛS. liii, 37 f.



trí-śikha [ trizikha ]

mf ( ā ) n. three-pointed, trident-shaped, BhP. iii, v f.

three-flamed, Hariv. 12292

= -śākha, MBh. i. Hariv. Pañcat. i, 15, 24/25, iv, 4, 4/5

m. = -śākha-pattra, L.

a Rakshas, L.

Indra in Tāmasa's Manv-antara, BhP. viii, 1

n. a trident, Kathās. lv, ci, cvii

a three-pointed tiara, L.

( ī ), f. N. of an Up.



trí-śikhara [ trizikhara ]

m. ' three-peaked, ' ( with śaila ) N. of a mountain, R. iv, 44, 50.



trí-śikhi-dalā [ trizikhidalA ]

f. ' trident-leaved, ' N. of a bulb, L.



trí-śira [ trizira ]

mfn. ( for °ras ) three-pointed, MBh. xiii, 7379 ( v.l. catur-aśva )

m., see °ras

( ā ), f. Clypea hernandifolia, L.

-giri, m. N. of a mountain, SkandaP.



trí-śiras [ triziras ]

mfn. three-headed ( Tvāshṭra, author of RV. x, 8. ), TāṇḍyaBr. xvii. Bṛh. KaushUp. MBh. Kām.

( Jvara ) BhP. x, 63, 22

three-pointed, MBh. xiii. R. iv

m. N. of an Asura killed by Viṣṇu, MBh. ix, 1755

of a Rākshasa killed by Rāma, R. Ragh.

( °ra ) BhP. ix, 10, 9

n. ( with rakṣas ) id., R. i, 1, 45

a Rakshas, L.

Kubera, L.



trí-śila [ trizila ]

n. 3 stones, Kauś.



trí-śīrṣa [ trizIrSa ]

mfn. three-headed, MBh. ( Śiva, xii ) Hariv.

-guhā and °ṣâ`khya-g°, f. N. of a cavern in Kailāsa, Kathās. cviii f.

°ṣa-vat, mfn. having 3 crowns ( or vertices ), R. ( B. ) v, 35, 18.



trí-śīrṣaka [ trizIrSaka ]

n. a trident, L.



trí-śīrṣán [ trizIrSan ]

mfn. three-headed ( Tvāshṭra, dā'sa, etc. ), RV. x. AV. v, 23, 9. Kāṭh. ŚBr. ( trí-ś° ). ŚāṅkhŚr. xiv.



trí-śukra [ trizukra ]

( trí- ), mfn. triply pure, TBr. ii.



trí-śukriya [ trizukriya ]

mfn. id., Kāṭh. ṢaḍvBr. ŚāṅkhŚr.



trí-śukla [ trizukla ]

m. ( = °kra ) Śiva, MBh.



trí-śúc [ trizuc ]

mfn. triply shining, VS. xxxviii

( -śrut, ĀśvŚr. v, 13, 6 ).



trí-śūla [ trizUla ]

n. a trident, MBh. etc. ( Śiva's weapon, iii, 5009. Hariv. MatsyaP. xi, 29 )

m. N. of a mountain

-khāta, n. N. of a Tīrtha, MBh. iii

-gaṅgā, f. N. of a river

-purī, f. N. of a town

-vara-pāṇin and -hasta, mfn. bearing the trident in his hand ( Śiva ), xii, xiv

°lâṅka, m. ' trident-marked, ' Śiva Shaguruś

°lāya, Nom. Ā. to resemble Śiva's trident, Veṇis. i, 8/9.



trí-śūlikā [ trizUlikA ]

f. a small trident, Kād.



trí-śūlin [ trizUlin ]

m. ' bearing the trident, ' Śiva, W.

( inī ), f. Durgā, Hariv. 9428. Tantras. ii



trí-śṛṅga [ trizRGga ]

m. ' three-horned, ' a triangle, Sārasam.

N. of a mountain ( = -kūṭa, L.), Hariv. 12853. R. BhP.

the membrum virile, MantraBr. i, 1, 4, Sch.



trí-śṛṅgin [ trizRGgin ]

m. the fish Cyprinus Rohita, L.



trí-śóka [ trizoka ]

mfn. = -śúc, RV. x, 29, 2

m. N. of a Ṛṣi ( author of viii, 45 ), i, 112, 12. viii, 45, 30. AV. iv, 29, 6.



trí-śyeta [ trizyeta ]

mf ( ā ) n. = triḥ-śveta, MānŚr. i, 7, 2.



trí-śrut [ trizrut ]

See -śúc.



trí-śruti [ trizruti ]

mfn. ( in music ) containing 3 intervals.



trí-ṣaṃyuktá [ triSaMyukta ]

( saṃ- ), mfn. triply connected, ŚBr. xii

( n. scil. havís or kárman ) v and KātyŚr. xv.



trí-ṣaṃvatsara [ triSaMvatsara ]

mfn. lasting 3 years, KātyŚr.

( -saṃv° ), Lāṭy. and ŚāṅkhŚr.



trí-ṣatya [ triSatya ]

( trí- ), mfn. trebly truthful ( in thought, word, and deed ), MaitrS. TS. vi. TBr. iii. Kāṭh. ( also -satya ), ṢaḍvBr.



trí-ṣadhasthá [ triSadhastha ]

mf ( ā ) n. having a triple seat ( sadh° = barhís ), RV. ( also °dhástha, vi )

n. a triple seat, v, x.



trí-ṣaṃdhi [ triSaMdhi ]

( trí- ), mfn. ' having 3 joints ( saṃdhí ), ' composed of 3 parts, AV. xi, 9 f. ( also m. a kind of snake ), ŚBr. xi. AitBr. i, 25. Kauś.

n. N. of a Sāman.



trí-ṣaptá [ triSapta ]

pl. m. ( ā's ) fn. = -saptá, AV. i, xiii. Kāṭh. xxxvii

°ptīya, n. the hymn, AV. i, 1, Kauś.



trí-ṣama [ triSama ]

mfn. ' triply even, ' small, Naigh. iii, 2 ( v.l. ).



trí-ṣavaṇa [ triSavaNa ]

mfn. connected with 3 Soma libations, ŚBr. xii, 2 ( -sav° ). ŚāṅkhŚr.

n. pl. the 3 Soma libations, MBh. iii ( -sav° )

sg. ( with or without snāna ) the 3 ablutions ( at dawn, noon, and sunset ( also triḥ-snāna, Kām. ii, 28 ), xiii. Mn. etc. ( -sav°, MārkP. xxiii )

( am ), ind. at dawn, noon, and sunset, Āp. MānGṛ.

m. N. of a man, BrahmaP. ii, 12 and 18, 19

-snāyin, mfn. performing the 3 ablutions, MBh. xii. Yājñ. iii.



trí-ṣaṣ [ triSaS ]

mfn. pl. 3 X 6, BhP. xii, 7, 24.



trí-ṣaṣṭa [ triSaSTa ]

mf ( ī ) n. the 63rd ( chs. of MBh. )



trí-ṣaṣṭi [ triSaSTi ]

f. 63, Pāṇ. 6

-tama, mfn. = °ṣṭa ( chs. of MBh. ii and R. )

-dhā, ind. in 63 parts, Suśr. i

-śalākā-puruṣa-carita, n. ' lives of the 63 great personages, ' N. of a work. by Hemac.



trí-ṣāhasra [ triSAhasra ]

( trí- ), mfn. ( = -sāh° ), consisting of 3000, TS. v. Śulbas.



trí-ṣuvarcaka [ triSuvarcaka ]

See -suv°.



trí-ṣṭā'-várūtrī [ triSTAvarUtrI ]

See tvaṣṭ°.



trí-ṣṭúk [ triSTuk ]

etc. ( in the nom. and before consonantic terminations as well as in comp. ) for -ṣṭúp etc.

triṣṭúṇ-mukha, mfn. beginning with a Tri-ṣṭubh, TS. vii.



trí-ṣṭúp-chandas [ triSTupchandas ]

mfn. having Tri-ṣṭubh as metre, MaitrS. ii, 3, 3. AV. vi, 48, 3.



trí-ṣṭúbh [ triSTubh ]

f. a metre of 4 X 11 syllables ( RPrāt. xvi, 41 ff. Nir. vii, 12 ) RV. viii ff. VS. etc. ( °bhām arkau, N. of 2 Sāmans )

( in the later metrical system ) any metre of 4 X 11 syllables.



trí-ṣṭoma [ triSToma ]

mfn. containing 3 Stomas, ŚāṅkhŚr. xvi

m. N. of an Ekâha sacrifice, xv. KātyŚr. xv, 9.



trí-ṣṭhá [ triSTha ]

mfn. ( Pāṇ. viii, 3, 97 ) = -vandhurá, RV. i, 34, 5.



trí-ṣṭhín [ triSThin ]

mfn. = -pratiṣṭhita, VS. xxx, 14.



trí-saṃvatsara [ trisaMvatsara ]

see -ṣaṃv°.



trí-satya [ trisatya ]

see ṣatya

n. a triple oath, Pañcat. ( v.l. )



trí-saṃdhi [ trisaMdhi ]

mfn. -ṣaṃdhi

f. = °dhya-kusumā, L.



trí-saṃdhika [ trisaMdhika ]

mfn. occurring at the 3 divisions of the day, Yavanê`śv.



trí-saṃdhī [ trisaMdhI ]

f. = °dhya-kusumā, Npr.



trí-saṃdhya [ trisaMdhya ]

n. the 3 divisions of the day ( dawn, noon, and sunset ), Tithyād.

( ī ), f. id., L. Sch.

( ā ), f. id., W.

= -kusumā, L.

Durgā, MatsyaP. xiii, 37

( am ), ind. at dawn, noon, and sunset, ŚāṅkhGṛ. PārGṛ. MBh. iii. Kathās. Śatr

-kusumā, f. Hibiscus rosa sinensis, L.



trí-saptá [ trisapta ]

mfn. pl. 3 X 7, RV. i, 133, 6 and TS. v ( instr. °ptaís ). MBh. ix ( instr. °ptabhis )

( in comp. ) Hcat. i, 6, 331

see triḥ-s°.



trí-saptaka [ trisaptaka ]

in comp. 3 X 7, VarBṛS. lvi.



trí-saptata [ trisaptata ]

mfn. the 73rd ( chs. of MBh. and Hariv. )



trí-saptati [ trisaptati ]

f. ( Pāṇ. vi, ) 73, KātyŚr. Sch.

-tama, mfn. = °ptata ( chs. of MBh. ii and R. )



trí-sama [ trisama ]

mfn. having 3 equal sides ( a quadrangle )

having 3 equal parts of the body, R. ( B. ) v, 35, 17

n. an aggregate of equal parts of 3 substances ( yellow myrobalan , ginger, and molasses ), L.



trí-samṛddha [ trisamRddha ]

( for triḥ-s° ), mfn. ( a cow ) triply fortunate ( not obstinate, milk-giving, and fertile ), Hcat. i, 7.



trí-sara [ trisara ]

m. n. = kṛs°, L.

a triple pearl-string ( in Prākṛt tis° and tisaraya [ tri- saraka ], Jain. ), Pañcad.

( ī ), f. N. of a stringed instrument.



trí-saraka [ trisaraka ]

see °ra

n. ' thrice enjoying spirituous liquors, ' v.l. for -rasaka.



trí-sarga [ trisarga ]

m. the creation of the 3 Guṇas, BhP. i, 1, 1.



trí-savana [ trisavana ]

See -ṣav°.



trí-sāṃvatsara [ trisAMvatsara ]

mfn. = -vatsá, ŚāṅkhBr.



trí-sādhana [ trisAdhana ]

mf ( ā ) n. having a threefold causality, Ragh. iii, 13.



trí-sānu [ trisAnu ]

See -bhānu.



trí-sāman [ trisAman ]

mfn. singing 3 Sāmans, MBh. xii.



trí-sāmā [ trisAmA ]

f. N. of a river, VP. ii, 3, 13. BhP. v, 19.



trí-sāmya [ trisAmya ]

n. equilibrium of the 3 Guṇas, ii, 7, 40.



trí-sāhasra [ trisAhasra ]

n. 3000, x, 58, 50

mf ( ī ) n. consisting of 3000, KātyŚr

-mahā-sāhasra, m. ( with or without loka-dhātu ) N. of a world, Lalit. xix, xxi

-makāsāhasrika, mfn. governing that world, xix.



trí-sitā [ trisitA ]

f. = -śarkarā, L.



trí-sītya [ trisItya ]

mfn. thrice ploughed, L.



trí-sugandha [ trisugandha ]

m. n. = -jāta, Hcat. ii.



trí-sugandhi [ trisugandhi ]

( n., L. ).



trí-sugandhika [ trisugandhika ]

id., Suśr. vi. Bhpr.



trí-sundara [ trisundara ]

m. N. of a mixture, Rasêndrac.



trí-suparṇa [ trisuparNa ]

( trí- ), m. n. N. of RV. x, 114, 3-5 ( or of TĀr. x, 48-50 ), TĀr. x, 48-50

mfn. familiar with or reciting those verses, Āp. ii. Gaut. Mn. iii, 185. Yājñ. i ( °rṇaka ). MBh. xiii. VP. iii, 15, 1, MārkP.



trí-suvarcaka [ trisuvarcaka ]

m. ' triply splendid, ' N. of a man, MBh. iii ( -ṣuv° B ).



trí-sūtra [ trisUtra ]

mfn. having 3 threads, MaitrUp. vi. CūlUp.

( ī ), f. 3 Sūtras, Nyāyas. Sch.

°trī-karaṇa, n. N. of a performance, Śārad. v, 5.



trí-saugandhya [ trisaugandhya ]

n. = -sugandha, Suśr. i, 44, 19.



trí-sauparṇa [ trisauparNa ]

mfn. relating to the Tri-suparṇa verses, MBh. xii.



trí-skandha [ triskandha ]

n. ' consisting of 3 Skandhas, ' the Jyoti-śāstra, Āryabh. Sch. Introd.

-patha-daiśika, m. Buddha, Buddh. L.



trí-skandhaka [ triskandhaka ]

N. of a Buddh. Sūtra, Buddh. L.



trí-stana [ tristana ]

mfn. milked from 3 nipples, KātyŚr.

( ī ), f. ( a woman ) having 3 breasts, MBh. iii. Pañcat. v

( a cow ) having 3 nipples, Hcat. i, 7, 469.



trí-sthalī [ tristhalI ]

f. the 3 ( sacred ) places

-setu, m. N. of a work.



trí-sthāna [ tristhAna ]

mfn. having 3 dwelling-places, DhyānabUp.

extending through the 3 worlds, Nir. ix, 25

n. mahê`śvarasya, N. of a Tīrtha, MBh. xiii, 702.



trí-sthūṇa [ tristhUNa ]

mfn. having ( the humours as the ) 3 supports, v, 1070. Suśr. i, 21, 1. Laghuj. ii, 16.



trí-srotas [ trisrotas ]

f. ' three-streamed, ' the Ganges, Śak. vii. Kum. vii, 15. Ragh. x, 64

N. of another river, L.



trí-srotasī [ trisrotasI ]

f. N. of a river, MBh. ii, 375.



trí-halikā-grāma [ trihalikAgrAma ]

m. N. of a Tīrtha, Viṣṇ. lxxxv, 24.



trí-halya [ trihalya ]

mfn. = -sītya, L.



trí-haviṣ-ka [ trihaviSka ]

mf ( ā ) n. = °vis, ĀśvŚr. Sch.



trí-havis [ trihavis ]

( trí- ), mfn. connected with 3 oblations, ŚBr. xiii. ĀśvŚr. ii.



trí-hāyaṇa [ trihAyaNa ]

mf ( ī ) n. = -vatsá, KātyŚr. Kauś. Anup. Śulbas. Yājñ. MBh. iii f. vii : ? BrahmaP.



trîndriya [ trIndriya ]

mfn. having 3 organs of sensation, Hemac.



trîrāvatīka [ trIrAvatIka ]

mfn. watered by 3 Irāvatī rivers, Pāṇ. i, 4, 1, Vārtt. 19, Pat.



trîṣu [ trISu ]

mfn. furnished with 3 arrows. ŚāṅkhŚr.



trîṣuka [ trISuka ]

mfn. id., KātyŚr. xxv, 4, 47.



trîṣṭaká [ trISTaka ]

mfn. furnished with 3 bricks, ŚBr. x, 5, 2, 21.