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udaká [ udaka ]


am, n. water, RV. AV. KātyŚr. ŚBr. MBh. etc.

the ceremony of offering water to a dead person, Gaut.

( udakaṃ or pra-√ or √ 1. kṛ, to offer water to the dead [ with gen. or dat. ], Yājñ. Mn. R. etc. ; cf. upa-spṛś )

ablution ( as a ceremony, see udakârtha )

a particular metre, RPrāt.




udaká-karman [ udakakarman ]

n. presentation of water ( to dead ancestors as far as the fourteenth degree ), PārGṛ.



udaká-kārya [ udakakArya ]

n. id., R.

ablution of the body, MBh.



udaká-kumbha [ udakakumbha ]

m. a water-jar, Comm. on Uṇ.



udaká-kriyā [ udakakriyA ]

f. = -karman, Gaut. xiv, 40, Mn. Yājñ. etc.



udaká-krīḍana [ udakakrIDana ]

n. sporting about in water, MBh.



udaká-kṣveḍikā [ udakakSveDikA ]

f. sprinkling water ( on each other ), a kind of amorous play, Vātsy.



udaká-gāha [ udakagAha ]

mfn. diving into water, Pāṇ. vi, 3, 60.



udaká-giri [ udakagiri ]

m. a mountain abounding in water. Kāś. on Pāṇ. vi, 3, 57.



udaká-ghāta [ udakaghAta ]

m. ' beating the water ' ( at bathing ? ), one of the 64 Kalās or arts, Vātsy.



udaká-candra [ udakacandra ]

m. ( ? ), a kind of magic ( Buddh. ), L.



udaká-tarpaṇa [ udakatarpaNa ]

n. ' satisfying by water ', a libation of water, Gaut. SāmavBr.



udaká-da [ udakada ]

mfn. a giver of water, yielding water, offering water to the dead, L.

(as), m. an heir, a kinsman, L.



udaká-dātṛ [ udakadAtR ]

mfn.

( ), m. id., ib.



udaká-dāna [ udakadAna ]

n. gift of water ( especially to the manes ), Gaut. Prab.

a particular festival, Kathās.



udakadānika [ udakadAnika ]

mfn. relating to the above rite, MBh.



udaká-dāyin [ udakadAyin ]

mfn. = -da, Mn.



udaká-dhara [ udakadhara ]

m. ' water-holder ', a cloud, Comm. on Uṇ.



udaká-dhārā [ udakadhArA ]

f. a gush or flow of water.



udaká-parīkṣā [ udakaparIkSA ]

f. ' water-trial ', a kind of ordeal, Comm. on Yājñ.



udaká-parvata [ udakaparvata ]

m. = -giri, Kāś. on Pāṇ. vi, 3, 59.



udaká-pūrva [ udakapUrva ]

mfn. preceded by pouring out water ( into the extended palm of a recipient's right hand as preparatory to or confirmatory of a gift or promise ), Āp. ii, 9, 8

preceded by ablution, ĀśvGṛ.



udaká-pūrvakam [ udakapUrvakam ]

ind. preceded by the above ceremony,



udaká-pratīkâśa [ udakapratIkAza ]

mfn. water-like, watery fluid, W.



udaká-bindu [ udakabindu ]

m. a drop of water, Pāṇ. vi, 3, 60.



udaká-bhāra [ udakabhAra ]

m. a water-carrier, ib.



udaká-bhūma [ udakabhUma ]

v.l. for udag-bhūma, q.v.



udaká-mañjarī [ udakamaJjarI ]

f., N. of a work on medicine

-rasa m. a particular decoction used as a febrifuge, Bhpr.



udaká-mantha [ udakamantha ]

m. a mixture of water and meal stirred together, Pāṇ. vi, 3, 60.



udaká-maya [ udakamaya ]

mfn. consisting of water, Kād.



udaká-meha [ udakameha ]

m. ' watery urine ', a sort of diabetes.



udaká-mehin [ udakamehin ]

mfn. suffering from the above, Suśr.



udaká-vajra [ udakavajra ]

m. = uda-vajra, q.v., Pāṇ.



udaká-vat [ udakavat ]

( udaká° ), mfn. supplied or filled with water, ŚBr.



udaká-vādya [ udakavAdya ]

n. ' water-music ' ( performed by striking cups filled with water ), one of the 64 Kalās or fine arts, Vātsy. ( cf. jala-taraṅgiṇī. )



udaká-vindu [ udakavindu ]

See -bindu.



udaká-vīvadha [ udakavIvadha ]

m. = udavī°, q.v., Pāṇ. vi, 3, 60.



udaká-śāka [ udakazAka ]

n. any aquatic herb, W.



udaká-śānti [ udakazAnti ]

f. sprinkling consecrated water ( over a sick person ) to allay fever

-prayoga m., N. of a work.

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udaká-śīla [ udakazIla ]

mfn. practising the Udaka-ceremony, MBh.



udaká-śuddha [ udakazuddha ]

mfn. cleansed by ablution

( as ), m., N. of a man ( ? ), gaṇa anuśatikâdi Pāṇ. vii, 3, 20.



udaká-saktu [ udakasaktu ]

m. = uda-sa°, q.v., Pāṇ. vi, 3, 60.



udaká-sādhu [ udakasAdhu ]

mfn. helping out of the water, Gobh. iii, 2, 28.



udaká-sparśa [ udakasparza ]

mfn. touching different parts of the body with water

touching water in confirmation of a promise, Kāś.



udaká-sparśana [ udakasparzana ]

n. the act of touching water, ablution, Āp.



udaká-hāra [ udakahAra ]

m. a water-carrier, Pāṇ. vi, 3, 60.



udakâñjali [ udakAJjali ]

m. a handful of water, VP.



udákâtman [ udakAtman ]

mfn. having water for its chief substance, AV. viii, 7, 9.



udakâdhāra [ udakAdhAra ]

m. a reservoir, cistern, well.



udakânta [ udakAnta ]

m. margin of water, bank, shore, ĀśvŚr. PārGṛ. Śak.

( am ), ind. to the water's edge, MBh.



udakârṇava [ udakArNava ]

m. ' water-reservoir ', the ocean, R.



udakârtha [ udakArtha ]

m. a ceremony with water, PārGṛ.

( am ), ind. for the sake of water or of the Udaka ceremony, MBh.



udakârthin [ udakArthin ]

mfn. desirous of water, thirsty.



udakâhāra [ udakAhAra ]

mfn. one who carries or fetches water.



udake-cará [ udakecara ]

mfn. moving in or inhabiting water, ĀśvŚr. ŚBr.



udake-viśīrṇa [ udakevizIrNa ]

mfn. dried in water ( i.e. uselessly ), Pāṇ. ii, 1, 47.



udake-śaya [ udakezaya ]

mfn. lying in or inhabiting water, R.



udakôdañjana [ udakodaJjana ]

n. a water-jar.



udakôdara [ udakodara ]

n. ' water-belly ', dropsy.



udakodarin [ udakodarin ]

mfn. dropsical, Suśr.



udakôpasparśana [ udakopasparzana ]

n. touching or sipping water

ablution, Gaut. Āp.



udakôpasparśin [ udakopasparzin ]

mfn. one who touches or sips water, Gaut.



udaka&#136;udana [ udakaudana ]

n. rice boiled with water, Pāṇ. vi, 3, 60.