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uṣṇá [ uSNa ]


mf ( ā, rarely ī ) n. ( Uṇ. iii, 2 ) hot, warm

ardent, passionate, impetuous, RV. x, 4, 2. AV. vi, 68, 1, viii, 9, 17. ŚBr. ChUp. Suśr. Mn. etc.

pungent, acrid

sharp, active, L.

m. onion, L.

N. of a man, VP.

( as, am ), m. n. heat, warmth, the hot season ( June, July ), Mn. xi, 113. Śak. Daś. etc.

any hot object, MBh.

N. of certain positions in the retrograde motion of the planet Mars, VarBṛS.

N. of a Varsha, VP.

( ā ), f. heat, L.

consumption, L.

bile, L.

N. of a plant, Nigh.

( am ), ind. hotly, ardently, R.

( uṣṇaṃ kṛtvā or uṣṇaṃ-kṛtya, ind. p. having made hot or heated, Pāṇ. i, 4, 74. )




uṣṇá-kara [ uSNakara ]

m. ' hot-rayed, ' the sun, Kād.



uṣṇá-kāla [ uSNakAla ]

m. the hot season, Suśr. Pañcat. Hit.



uṣṇá-kiraṇa [ uSNakiraNa ]

m. ' hot-rayed, ' the sun, VarBṛS.



uṣṇá-kṛt [ uSNakRt ]

m. ' causing heat, ' the sun, L.



uṣṇá-ga [ uSNaga ]

m. ( with and without kāla ) the hot season, R.



uṣṇá-gandhā [ uSNagandhA ]

f. N. of a plant.



uṣṇá-gu [ uSNagu ]

m. ' hot-rayed, ' the sun, BhP.



uṣṇá-ghna [ uSNaghna ]

n. ' heat-destroyer, ' a parasol, L.



uṣṇá-ṃ-karaṇa [ uSNaMkaraNa ]

mfn. causing heat, heating, Vārtt. on Pāṇ. vi, 3, 70.



uṣṇá-tā [ uSNatA ]

f., heat, warmth.



uṣṇá-tva [ uSNatva ]

n. heat, warmth.



uṣṇá-tīrtha [ uSNatIrtha ]

n. N. of a Tīrtha.



uṣṇá-dīdhiti [ uSNadIdhiti ]

m. ' hot-rayed, ' the sun, L.



uṣṇá-nadī [ uSNanadI ]

f. ' the hot river, ' N. of Vaitaraṇī the river of hell, L.



uṣṇá-pa [ uSNapa ]

see ūṣma-pa.



uṣṇá-phalā [ uSNaphalA ]

f. a species of plant, Nigh.



uṣṇá-bhās [ uSNabhAs ]

m. the sun, MBh. Ragh. Kum. Kir. etc.



uṣṇá-bhṛt [ uSNabhRt ]

m. the sun, MBh. Ragh. Kum. Kir. etc.



uṣṇá-mahas [ uSNamahas ]

m. the sun, MBh. Ragh. Kum. Kir. etc.



uṣṇá-raśmi [ uSNarazmi ]

m. the sun, MBh. Ragh. Kum. Kir. etc.



uṣṇá-ruci [ uSNaruci ]

m. the sun, MBh. Ragh. Kum. Kir. etc.



uṣṇá-vāta [ uSNavAta ]

m. a particular disease of the bladder, ŚārṅgS.



uṣṇá-vāraṇa [ uSNavAraNa ]

n. ' keeping off the heat, ' a parasol, chattar, Kum.



uṣṇá-vidagdhaka [ uSNavidagdhaka ]

m. a particular disease of the eyes, ŚārṅgS.



uṣṇá-vīrya [ uSNavIrya ]

mfn. possessing warming power, Car.

Delphinus Gangeticus, L.



uṣṇá-vetālī [ uSNavetAlI ]

f., N. of a witch, Hariv.



uṣṇá-samaya [ uSNasamaya ]

m. the hot season.



uṣṇá-sundara [ uSNasundara ]

m., N. of several plants.



uṣṇá-sparśa-vat [ uSNasparzavat ]

mfn. anything which feels hot ( as fire ), Tarkas.



uṣṇâṃśu [ uSNAMzu ]

m. ' hot-rayed, ' the sun.



uṣṇâ`gama [ uSNAgama ]

m. approach of the heat, beginning of the hot season, L.



uṣṇânta [ uSNAnta ]

m. end of the hot season, R.



uṣṇâbhigama [ uSNAbhigama ]

m. approach or beginning of the hot season, L.



uṣṇâbhiprāya [ uSNAbhiprAya ]

mfn. tending to heat ( as a fever ), Car.

°prāyin, mfn. suffering from the above fever, ib.



uṣṇâ`saha [ uSNAsaha ]

m. ( scil. kāla ) ' the time in which heat is tolerable, ' the winter, L.



uṣṇôdaka [ uSNodaka ]

n. hot water, water boiled and so reduced in quantity ( said to be wholesome to drink and healing when used for bathing ), Bhpr.



uṣṇôpagama [ uSNopagama ]

m. the beginning of the hot season, L.



uṣṇôṣṇa [ uSNoSNa ]

mfn. very hot, Śiś. v, 45.