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vāg [ vAg ]


in comp. for vāc.




vāg-atîta [ vAgatIta ]

m. a partic. mixed caste, Cat.



vāg-adhipa [ vAgadhipa ]

m. ' lord of speech, ' N. of Bṛhas-pati, Kir.



vāg-anta [ vAganta ]

m. the end or pitch of voice, the highest voice, KātyŚr.

mfn. ending with vāc, ib.



vāg-apahāraka [ vAgapahAraka ]

mfn. ' word-stealer, ' one who appropriates to himself what has been spoken or written by others, a reader of prohibited works or passages, Mn. Yājñ.



vāg-apêta [ vAgapeta ]

mfn. destitute of speech, dumb, KaushUp.



vāg-artha [ vAgartha ]

m. du. a word and its sense ( between which, accord. to the Mīmāṃsā, there is an eternal connection ), Ragh.



vāg-asi [ vAgasi ]

m. ' speech-sword, ' sharp or cutting speech, W.



vāg-āḍambara [ vAgADambara ]

m. boastful or bombastic language, Śiś. Sch.



vāg-ātman [ vAgAtman ]

mfn. consisting of words, Uttarar.



vāg-ādipitrya [ vAgAdipitrya ]

n. ( with ṛtūnām ) N. of a Sāman, ĀrshBr.



vāg-ālambana [ vAgAlambana ]

fr. depending on mere words or on some merely verbal difference, MW.



vāg-āśīrdatta [ vAgAzIrdatta ]

m. N. of a man, Pāṇ. v, 3, 84, Vārtt. 3, Pat.



vāg-indra [ vAgindra ]

m. N. of a son of Prakāśa, MBh.



vāg-īśa [ vAgIza ]

mfn. one who is a master of language, eloquent, an orator, author, poet etc. ( frequently at the end of names of scholars ), MBh. Kāv.

N. of Bṛhas-pati or the planet Jupiter, VarBṛS.

of Brahmā, Kum. BhP.

( also with bhaṭṭâ`cārya ) N. of various authors, Cat.

( ā ), f. N. of Sarasvatī, Sāy.

-tīrtha, m. N. of a scholar, Cat.

-tva, n. mastery of language, eloquence, Pañcar.



vāg-īśvara [ vAgIzvara ]

m. a master of language, an orator, GāruḍaP. Pañcar.

( with Buddhists ) a deified sage ( = Mañju-ghosha ), MW.

N. of Brahmā, L.

of a Jina, Buddh.

( also with bhaṭṭa ) of various authors, Sarvad. Cat.

( ī ), f. N. of Sarasvatī, Cat.

-kīrti, m. N. of a teacher, Buddh.

-stotra, n. N. of a Stotra

°rī-datta, m. N. of an author, Cat.

°rī-stotra, n. N. of a Stotra.



vāg-uttara [ vAguttara ]

n. the last word, end of a speech, MBh.

speech and reply, MW.



vāg-ṛṣabha [ vAgRSabha ]

m. any one eminent in speech, an eloquent man

-tva, n. eminence in speaking, eloquence, R.



vāg-guṇa [ vAgguNa ]

m. excellence of speech, L.



vāg-guda [ vAgguda ]

m. a kind of bat or bird, Mn. xii, 64



vāg-gumpha [ vAggumpha ]

m. pl. ' word-weaving, ' artificial language, Cat.



vāg-guli [ vAgguli ]

m. the betel-bearer ( of a king or prince etc. ), L.



vāg-gulika [ vAggulika ]

m. the betel-bearer ( of a king or prince etc. ), L.



vāg-ghastavat [ vAgghastavat ]

( vāc + hasta ), mfn. possessed of speech and hands, Pañcat. Hit.



vāg-jāla [ vAgjAla ]

n. a confused mass or multitude of words, Śiś.



vāg-jyotis [ vAgjyotis ]

( vā'g- ), mfn. receiving light or enlightenment by speech, ŚBr.



vāg-ḍambara [ vAgDambara ]

m. n. loud-sounding or boastful language, grandiloquence, Kāv.

graceful or eloquent language, MW.



vāg-daṇḍa [ vAgdaNDa ]

m. verbal rebuke or reprimand, reproof, admonition, Mn. Yājñ.

du. insult and assault ( °ḍayoḥ pāruṣyam or °ḍa-paruṣye, violence both by words and blows, violence both of language and bodily assault ), Mn. Gaut. Hit.

speech-control, restraint of speech, Mn. xii, 10

-jā, mfn. arising from insulting language and bodily assault ( with pāruṣyam see above ), Mn. vii, 48.



vāg-daṇḍaka [ vAgdaNDaka ]

( prob. m. ) pl. long-extended speeches, Car.



vāg-datta [ vAgdatta ]

mf ( ā ) n. ' given by word of mouth, ' promised, W.

( ā ), f. a betrothed virgin, Kull. on Mn. v, 72.



vāg-daridra [ vAgdaridra ]

mfn. poor in speech, of few words, L.



vāg-dala [ vAgdala ]

n. ' speech-leaf, ' a lip, L.



vāg-dā [ vAgdA ]

mfn. bestowing voice ( in a formula ), ĀpŚr.



vāg-dāna [ vAgdAna ]

n. ' gift by word of mouth, ' the promise or betrothment of a maiden in marriage, Siṉhâ`s. Kull

-prayoga, m. N. of a work.



vāg-dur-ukta [ vAgdurukta ]

n. hard or injurious words, MBh.



vāg-duṣṭa [ vAgduSTa ]

mfn. speaking badly or ill

m. a rude or insulting speaker, Mn. MBh. Hariv.

= vrātya, an out-caste or a Brāhman who has passed the proper time of life without investiture with the sacred thread etc., L.

N. of a Brāhman, Hariv.



vāg-devatā [ vAgdevatA ]

f. the divinity of speech, Sarasvatī, Vcar. Sāh. Tantras.

-guru, m. ' master of words, ' N. of Kāli-dāsa, Piṅg. Sch. ( in a quot. )

-stava, m. N. of a work.



vāg-devatāka [ vAgdevatAka ]

mfn. sacred to Sarasvatī, Kull. on Mn. viii, 105.



vāg-devatya [ vAgdevatya ]

mfn. consecrated to speech, ŚāṅkhŚr.



vāg-devī [ vAgdevI ]

f. the goddess of speech, Sarasvatī, Kāv. Rājat. etc.

-kula, n. science, learning, eloquence, MW.



vāg-daivatya [ vAgdaivatya ]

mfn. sacred to Sarasvatī, Mn. viii, 105.



vāg-doṣa [ vAgdoSa ]

m. ' speech-fault, ' speaking badly or ill, abusive or ungrammatical speech, W.

uttering a disagreeable sound, Hit.



vāg-dvāra [ vAgdvAra ]

n. entrance to speech ( kṛta-v°, mfn. anything to the description of which a way has been facilitated ), Ragh.

N. of a place, W.



vāg-baddha [ vAgbaddha ]

mfn. suppressing speech, saying nothing, silent, Kathās.



vāg-bandhana [ vAgbandhana ]

n. the obstruction or suppression of speech, silencing, silence ( °nampra-√ kṛ, to silence ), Amar.



vāg-bali [ vAgbali ]

m. N. of a man, Cat.



vāg-brāhmaṇa [ vAgbrAhmaNa ]

n. a Brāhmaṇa which treats of Vāc, AitĀr.



vāg-bhaṅga [ vAgbhaGga ]

m. v.l. for vāk-saṅga, ( q.v. ).



vāg-bhaṭa [ vAgbhaTa ]

m. N. of a writer on rhetoric ( author of the Vāg-bhaṭâlaṃkāra ), Cat.

of a writer on medicine, ib.

of other authors and learned men, ib.

-kośa ( ? ), m. -śārīra-sthāna, n. -sūtra-sthāna, n. N. of a work.

°ṭâlaṃkāra, m. N. of a work.



vāg-bhaṭṭa [ vAgbhaTTa ]

w.r. for -bhaṭa, Cat.

-maṇḍana, n. N. of a work.



vāg-bhūṣanakāvya [ vAgbhUSanakAvya ]

n. N. of a work.



vāg-bhṛ't [ vAgbhRt ]

mfn. bearing or supporting speech, ŚBr.



vāg-manasa [ vAgmanasa ]

see vāṅ-m°.



vāg-mín [ vAgmin ]

mfn., see below.



vāg-mūla [ vAgmUla ]

see vāṅ-m°.



vāg-yajña [ vAgyajJa ]

m. an offering made in words, Siṉhâ`s.



vāg-yata [ vAgyata ]

mfn. restrained in speech, reserved, silent, ŚāṅkhBr. GṛŚrS. etc.



vāg-yama [ vAgyama ]

m. one who has controlled his speech, a sage, A.



vāg-yamana [ vAgyamana ]

n. restraint of speech, silence, ŚrS.



vāg-yāma [ vAgyAma ]

mfn. = -yata, Pāṇ. iii, 2, 40, Sch.

m. a dumb man, one silent from necessity, W.



vāg-yuddha [ vAgyuddha ]

n. war of words, controversy, vehement debate or discussion, MW.



vāg-yoga [ vAgyoga ]

m. correct use of words, Pat.



vāg-rodha [ vAgrodha ]

m. = -bandhana, MW.



vāg-vajra [ vAgvajra ]

n. words which fall like a thunderbolt, violent or strong language, Śikṣ. R. BhP.

mfn. one whose words are like thunderbolts, BhP.



vāg-vaṭa [ vAgvaTa ]

m. N. of an author, Cat.



vāg-vat [ vAgvat ]

mfn. having speech, connected with speech, AitBr.

-vatī-tīrṭha-yātrā-prakāśa, m. N. of a work.



vāg-vada [ vAgvada ]

m. ( prob. ) a kind of bat, Gaut. Sch. ( v.l. valgu-da ).



vāg-vāda [ vAgvAda ]

m. N. of a man, Pāṇ. vi, 3, 109, Vārtt. 2, Pat.



vāg-vādinī [ vAgvAdinI ]

f. N. of a goddess, Cat.

-stotra, n. N. of a Stotra.



vāg-vid [ vAgvid ]

mfn. skilled in speech, eloquent, Kāvyâ`d. Śiś.



vāg-vidagdha [ vAgvidagdha ]

mfn. id. ( -tā f. ), Vet.

( ā ), f. a kindly-speaking or agreeable woman, MW.



vāg-vidheya [ vAgvidheya ]

mfn. to be effected by ( mere ) words, to be recited from memory, R.



vāg-vín [ vAgvin ]

mfn. eloquent, AV.



vāg-viniḥsṛta [ vAgviniHsRta ]

mfn. emitted or put forth by speech, Mn. iv, 256.



vāg-vipruṣa [ vAgvipruSa ]

n. sg. ( said to be a copulative comp. ), Pāṇ. v, 4, 106, Sch.



vāg-vibhava [ vAgvibhava ]

m. stock of words, power of description, command of language, Kāv.



vāg-virodha [ vAgvirodha ]

m. verbal dispute, controversy, Hcat.



vāg-vilāsa [ vAgvilAsa ]

m. play of words, ŚārṅgP.

graceful or elegant speech, W.



vāg-vilāsin [ vAgvilAsin ]

m. a pigeon, dove, L.



vāg-visarga [ vAgvisarga ]

m. the emitting of the voice, breaking of silence, speaking, Gobh. BhP.



vāg-visarjana [ vAgvisarjana ]

n. id., KātyŚr.



vāg-vistara [ vAgvistara ]

m. prolixity, diffuseness, Hāsy.



vāg-vīṇa [ vAgvINa ]

m. N. of a poet, Sadukt.



vāg-vīra [ vAgvIra ]

m. a master of speech, MBh.



vāg-vīrya [ vAgvIrya ]

( vā'g- ), mfn. vigorous in voice, TS.



vāg-vyaya [ vAgvyaya ]

m. expenditure of words or speech, waste of breath, MW.



vāg-vyavahāra [ vAgvyavahAra ]

m. employment of many words, a long discussion or altercation, Mālav.



vāg-vyāpāra [ vAgvyApAra ]

m. the practice of speaking, talking, talk, Sāh. Hit.

manner of speaking, style or habit of speech. W.

customary phraseology, ib.