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वान्त

vānta [ vAnta ]


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vānti [ vAnti ]

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वान्त
 vānta [ vAnta ]

mfn. ( fr. √ vam ) vomited, ejected from the mouth, effused, Br. MBh. Pur. ( e, ind. when one has vomited )

dropped, Ragh. vii, 6

one who has vomited, Mn. v, 144

m. N. of a family of priests, Cat.



vānta-vṛṣṭi [ vAntavRSTi ]

mfn. ( a cloud ) that has shed its rain, Megh.



vāntâda [ vAntAda ]

m. ' eating what is vomited, ' a dog, L.

( prob. ) a kind of bird, Car.



vāntânna [ vAntAnna ]

n. vomited food, L.



vāntâśin [ vAntAzin ]

mfn. eating vomited food, a foul feeder, Mn. BhP. HPariś.

a person who tells his Gotra etc. for the sake of getting food, L.

a foul-feeding demon, MW.