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vájra [ vajra ]


m. n. ' the hard or mighty one, ' a thunderbolt ( esp. that of Indra, said to have been formed out of the bones of the Ṛṣi Dadhīca or Dadhīci [ q.v. ], and shaped like a circular discus, or in later times regarded as having the form of two transverse bolts crossing each other thus x ; sometimes also applied to similar weapons used by various gods or superhuman beings, or to any mythical weapon destructive of spells or charms, also to Manyu, ' wrath ' RV., or [ with apām ] to a jet of water, AV. etc. ; also applied to a thunderbolt in general or to the lightning evolved from the centrifugal energy of the circular thunderbolt of Indra when launched at a foe ; in Northern Buddhist countries it is shaped like a dumb-bell and called Dorje ; see MWB. 201 ; 322 etc. ) RV. etc.

a diamond ( thought to be as hard as the thunderbolt or of the same substance with it ), ṢaḍvBr. Mn. MBh. etc.

a kind of talc, L.

a kind of penance ( feeding for a month on only barley prepared with cow's urine ), L.

sour gruel, W.

m. a form of military array, Mii. MBh. etc. ( cf. -vyūha )

a kind of column or pillar, VarBṛS.

a partic. form of the moon, ib.

a partic. Ekâha, Vait.

a kind of hard mortar or cement ( kalka ), VarBṛS. ( cf. -lepa )

N. of the 15th of the 27 Yogas or astronomical divisions of time, ib.

a partic. Soma ceremony, ṢaḍvBr.

Euphorbia Antiquorum and another species, L.

Asteracantha Longifolia, L.

white-flowering Kuśa grass, L.

N. of a mountain, R.

of an Asura, Virac.

of a son of Aniruddha, MBh. Hariv. Pur.

of a son of Viśvāmitra, MBh.

of a son of Manu Sāvarṇa, Hariv.

( with Jainas ) of one of the 10 Daśa-pūrvins, L.

of a Ṛṣi, VarBṛS. ( v.l. for vātsya )

of a minister of Narêndràditya, Rājat.

of a son of Bhūti, ib.

of a heretical king, Buddh.

( ā ), f. Cocculus Cordifolius, L.

Euphorbia Antiquorum or Tirucalli, L.

N. of Durgā, DeviP.

of a daughter of Vaiśvānara, VP.

( ī ), f. a kind of Euphorbia, L.

n. denunciation in strong language ( compared to thunder ), R. Sāh. Pratāp. ( cf. vākya- and vāg-v° )

a kind of hard iron or steel, L.

a partic. posture in sitting, Cat. ( cf. vajrâ`sana )

N. of a partic. configurations of the planets and stars ( in which favourable planets are situated in the 1st and 7th houses and unfavourable in the 4th and 10th ), VarBṛS.

myrobolan, L.

the blossom of the sesamum or of any plant called Vajra, L.

Andropogon Muricatus, L.

= bālaka, a child, pupil, L.

mfn. adamantine, hard, impenetrable, W.

shaped like a kind of cross ( cf. above ), forked, zigzag, ib. [ Cf. Zd. vazra, ' a club. ' ]




vájra-kaṅkaṭa [ vajrakaGkaTa ]

m. ' having adamantine armour, ' N. of Hanumat, L.



vájra-kaṇṭa [ vajrakaNTa ]

m. Euphorbia Neriifolia or Antiquorum, L.



vájra-kaṇṭaka [ vajrakaNTaka ]

m. id., L.

Asteracantha Longifolia, L.

-śālmalī f. ' having hard-thorned Sesamum-trees, ' N. of a hell, BhP.



vájra-kanda [ vajrakanda ]

m. a species of bulbous plant, L.



vájra-kandaka [ vajrakandaka ]

m. = -kaṇṭa, Hcar. Sch.



vájra-kapāṭa-mat [ vajrakapATamat ]

mfn. having adamantine doors, BhP.



vájra-kapaṭa-rasa [ vajrakapaTarasa ]

m. a kind of medicament, L.



vájra-karṇa [ vajrakarNa ]

m. = -kanda, L.



vájra-karṣaṇa [ vajrakarSaNa ]

m. N. of Indra, Mcar.



vájra-kavaca [ vajrakavaca ]

m. or n. adamantine mail, Kāraṇḍ.

m. a partic. Samādī, ib.



vájra-kāmā [ vajrakAmA ]

f. N. of a daughter of Maya, VP.



vájra-kālikā [ vajrakAlikA ]

f. N. of the mother of Gautama Buddha, L.



vájra-kālī [ vajrakAlI ]

f. N. of a Jina-śakti, L.



vájra-kīṭa [ vajrakITa ]

m. a kind of insect ( which bores holes in wood and stones ), Śiś., Sch. ( cf. -daṃṣṭra ).



vájra-kīla [ vajrakIla ]

m. a thunderbolt, Mcar.



vájra-kīlāya [ vajrakIlAya ]

Nom. Ā. °yate, to act or be like a thunderbolt ( °yita, n. impers. ), Uttarar.



vájra-kukṣi [ vajrakukSi ]

N. of a cave, Kāraṇḍ.

a partic. Samādhi, ib.



vájra-kuca [ vajrakuca ]

m. a partic. Samādhi, ib.



vájra-kūṭa [ vajrakUTa ]

m. ' diamond-peak, ' a mountain consisting of diamonds, BhP.

N. of a mountain, ib.

of a mythical town on the Himâ`laya, Kathās.



vájra-kṛta [ vajrakRta ]

mfn. caused by a thunderbolt, Rājat.



vájra-ketu [ vajraketu ]

m. ' having a Vajra for ensign, ' N. of the demon Naraka, Pur.



vájra-kṣāra [ vajrakSAra ]

n. an alkaline earth, impure carbonate of soda, L.



vájra-garbha [ vajragarbha ]

m. N. of a Bodhisattva, Buddh.



vájra-gopa [ vajragopa ]

m. = indra-gopa, L.



vájra-ghāta [ vajraghAta ]

m. a thunder-stroke, MBh.



vájra-ghoṣa [ vajraghoSa ]

mfn. sounding like a thunderbolt, Ragh.



vájra-cañcu [ vajracaJcu ]

m. ' hard-beaked, ' a vulture, L. ( cf. -tuṇḍa ).



vájra-carman [ vajracarman ]

m. ' hard-skinned, ' a rhinoceros, L.



vájra-cihna [ vajracihna ]

n. a Vajra-like mark, VarBṛS.



vájra-cchedaka-prajñā-pāramitā [ vajracchedakaprajJApAramitA ]

f. N. of a Buddhist Sūtra work. ( also -cchedikā ).



vájra-jit [ vajrajit ]

w.r. for vajri-jit.



vájra-jvalana [ vajrajvalana ]

n. thunder-flash, lightning, Kāni.



vájra-jvālā [ vajrajvAlA ]

f. id., L.

N. of a granddaughter of Vairocana, R.



vájra-ṭaṅka [ vajraTaGka ]

m. N. of an author ( also with śāstrin )

°kīya, n. N. of his work.



vájra-ṭīka [ vajraTIka ]

m. N. of a Buddha, L.



vájra-ṇakhā [ vajraNakhA ]

f. a proper N., Pāṇ. iv, 1, 58, Sch. ( cf. -nakha ).



vájra-tara [ vajratara ]

m. N. of a kind of very hard cement ( = kalka ), VarBṛS.



vájra-tā [ vajratA ]

f. great hardness or impenetrableness, severity, MW.



vájra-tva [ vajratva ]

n. great hardness or impenetrableness, severity, MW.



vájra-tīrtha-māhātmya [ vajratIrthamAhAtmya ]

n. N. of a work.



vájra-tuṇḍa [ vajratuNDa ]

mfn. ' hard-beaked, ' BhP.

m. ( only L. ) a vulture

a mosquito, gnat

N. of Garuḍa

of Gaṇê`śa

Cactus Opuntia.



vájra-tulya [ vajratulya ]

m. ' resembling a diamond, ' lapis lazuli, beryl, L.



vájra-daṃṣṭra [ vajradaMSTra ]

mfn. having teeth as hard as adamant, BhP.

m. N. of a Rākshasa, R.

of an Asuri, BhP.

of a king of the Vidyā-dharas, Kathās.

of a lion, Pañcat.

= -kīṭa, Cat.



vájra-dakṣiṇa [ vajradakSiNa ]

( vájra- ), mfn. holding a thunderbolt in the right hand, RV.

m. N. of Indra, L.



vájra-daṇḍa [ vajradaNDa ]

mfn. having a handle or staff studded with diamonds, BhP.



vájra-daṇḍaka [ vajradaNDaka ]

m. Cactus Opuntia.



vájra-datta [ vajradatta ]

m. N. of a son of Bhaga-datta, MBh.

of a prince, Hcar.

of a king of Puṇḍarīkiṇī, HPariś.

( śrī- ), N. of an author, Buddh.



vájra-danta [ vajradanta ]

mfn. ' hard-tusked, ' a hog, boar, L.

a rat, L.



vájra-daśana [ vajradazana ]

m. ' id., ' a rat.



vájra-dṛḍhanetra [ vajradRDhanetra ]

m. N. of a king of the Yakshas, Buddh.



vájra-deśa [ vajradeza ]

m. N. of a district, Cat.



vájra-deha [ vajradeha ]

mfn. having an adamantine frame or a very hardy body, MW.

( ā ), f. N. of a goddess, Kālac.



vájra-dehin [ vajradehin ]

mfn. = prec., MW.



vájra-dru [ vajradru ]

m. N. of various kinds of the Euphorbia plant, L.



vájra-druma [ vajradruma ]

m. N. of various kinds of the Euphorbia plant, L.



vájra-druma-kesara-dhvaja [ vajradrumakesaradhvaja ]

m. N. of a king of the Gandharvas. Buddh.



vájra-dhara [ vajradhara ]

mfn. holding a thunderbolt

m. N. of Indra, MBh. Kāv. etc.

of a Bodhi-sattva ( = vajra-pāṇi ), MWB. 195 ; 201

of a king, Rājat.

-prabhāva m. having the power of Indra, Ragh.



vájra-dhātrī [ vajradhAtrI ]

f. N. of a Buddhist Śakti, Dharmas. 4. MWB. 216.



vájra-dhātvī [ vajradhAtvI ]

f. N. of a Buddhist Śakti, Dharmas. 4. MWB. 216.



vájra-dhātvî`śvarī [ vajradhAtvIzvarI ]

f. N. of Vairocana's wife and of a Tantra deity, L.



vájra-dhāra [ vajradhAra ]

mfn. whose edge or point is as hard as a diamond.



vájra-dhāraṇa [ vajradhAraNa ]

n. artificial gold, L.



vájra-dhṛk [ vajradhRk ]

mfn. wielding a thunderbolt, MBh.



vájra-nakhá [ vajranakha ]

mf ( ī ) n. having hard claws, TĀr. ( cf. -ṇakhā ).



vájra-nagara [ vajranagara ]

n. N. of the city of the Dānava Vajra-nābha, Hariv.



vájra-nābha [ vajranAbha ]

mfn. having a hard nave ( said of a wheel etc. ), MBh. R.

m. Kṛshna's discus, MW.

N. of one of Skanda's attendants, MBh.

of a Dānava, Hariv.

of several princes ( a son of Uktha, of Unnābha, of Sthala ), Kāv. Pur.

°bhīya, mfn. relating to the Dānava Vajra-nābha, treating of him, Hariv.



vájra-nirghoṣa [ vajranirghoSa ]

m. a clap of thunder, L.



vájra-niṣkambha [ vajraniSkambha ]

w.r. for -viṣkambha.



vájra-niṣpeṣa [ vajraniSpeSa ]

m. the clashing or concussion of thunderclouds, a thunder-clap.



vájra-pañjara [ vajrapaJjara ]

' adamantine cage, ' a secure refuge for, protector of ( gen. or comp. ), Hcar. Rājat.

( prob. n. ) N. of partic. prayers addressed to Durgā, Cat. ( cf. nṛsiṃha-pañjara and nṛsiṃha-vajra-p° )

m. N. of a Dānava, Kathās.



vájra-patana [ vajrapatana ]

n. the fall or stroke of a thunderbolt, Mālatīm.



vájra-pattrikā [ vajrapattrikA ]

f. Asparagus Racemosus, L.



vájra-parî`kṣā [ vajraparIkSA ]

f. the testing of a diamond, VarBṛS.



vájra-pāni [ vajrapAni ]

mfn. ' thunderbolt-handed, ' wielding a thunderbolt

whose thunderbolt is the hand ( said of Brāhmans ), MBh.

m. N. of Indra, ṢaḍvBr. MBh. etc.

of a Bodhi-sattva ( also called vajra-dhara, and corresponding in some respects to Indra ), MWB. 195, 201 etc.

-tva, n. the state of a wielder of a thunderbolt, VarBṛS.



vájra-pānin [ vajrapAnin ]

mfn. ' thunderbolt-handed, ' wielding a thunderbolt, Hariv.



vájra-pāta [ vajrapAta ]

mfn. falling like a thunderbolt, R.

m. the fall of a thunderbolt, stroke of lightning, Kāv. Prab.

-dāruṇa, mfn. terrible as a clap of thunder, Pañcit.

-duḥ-saha-tara, mfn. more dangerous than a thunder-clap, ib.

-sadṛśa, mfn. like a thunder-clap, ib.

°tāya, Nom. Ā. ( only °yita ) to fall like a thunderbolt, Pārśvan.



vájra-pātana [ vajrapAtana ]

n. the hurling of a thunderbolt, MBh.



vájra-pāṣāṇa [ vajrapASANa ]

m. diamond stone, a kind of spar or precious stone, L.



vájra-pura [ vajrapura ]

n. N. of the city of the Dānava Vajraṇābha, Hariv. ( cf. -nagara ).



vájra-puṣpa [ vajrapuSpa ]

n. ' diamond-flower, ' a valuable flower, W.

the blossom of sesamum, L.

( ā ), f. a kind of fennel, Anethum Sowa, L.



vájra-prabha [ vajraprabha ]

m. N. of a Vidhyā-dhara, Kathās.



vájra-prabhāva [ vajraprabhAva ]

m. N. of a king of the Karūshas, Vās., Introd.



vájra-prastāriṇī [ vajraprastAriNI ]

f. N. of a Tantra goddess.



vájra-prastāvinī [ vajraprastAvinI ]

f. N. of a Tantra goddess

-mantra, m. pl. N. of partic. magical formulas, Cat.



vájra-prākāra [ vajraprAkAra ]

m. a partic. Samādhi, Kāraṇḍ



vájra-prâya [ vajraprAya ]

mfn. like adamant, adamantine, exceedingly hard, MW.



vájra-badha [ vajrabadha ]

See -vadha.



vájra-bāhu [ vajrabAhu ]

( vájra- ), mfn. ' thunderbolt-armed, ' wielder of a thunderbolt ( said of Indra, Agni and Rudra ), RV.

m. N. of a king of Orissa and of another person, Cat.



vájra-bījaka [ vajrabIjaka ]

m. Guilandina Bonduc, L.



vájra-bhaṭṭīya [ vajrabhaTTIya ]

n. N. of a work.



vájra-bhūmi [ vajrabhUmi ]

f. N. of a place

-rajas, n. a partic. precious stone, L.



vájra-bhṛkuṭi [ vajrabhRkuTi ]

f. ( with Buddhists ) one of the 6 goddesses of magic, Dharmas. 13.



vájra-bhṛt [ vajrabhRt ]

mfn. carrying or wielding a thunderbolt

m. N. of Indra, RV. MBh. etc.



vájra-maṇi [ vajramaNi ]

m. ' thunderbolt-gem. ' a diamond, Bhartṛ.



vájra-maṇḍa [ vajramaNDa ]

f. N. of a Dhāraṇī, Buddh.



vájra-mati [ vajramati ]

m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva, Kāraṇḍ.



vájra-maya [ vajramaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. made of diamond, hard as diamond, adamantine, Kāv. Kathās.

hard-hearted, W.



vájra-māra [ vajramAra ]

m. the calcining of a diamond, Bhpr.



vájra-mālā [ vajramAlA ]

f. a partic. Samādhi, Kāraṇd.

N. of a Gandharva maiden, ib.



vájra-mitra [ vajramitra ]

m. N. of a king, Pur.



vájra-mukuṭa [ vajramukuTa ]

m. N. of a son of Pratāpa-mukuṭa, Kathās. Vet.

°ṭī-vilāsa, m. N. of a drama.



vájra-mukha [ vajramukha ]

m. a partic. Samādhi, Kāraṇḍ



vájra-muṣṭi [ vajramuSTi ]

m. ' grasping a thunderbolt, ' or, ' one whose clenched fist is like adamant, ' N. of Indra, R.

of a Rākshasa, ib.

of a Kshatriya or warrior, Kathās.

m. or f. an adamantine clenched fist or a kind of weapon, Hariv.

N. of a Gaṇa of Śiva, ib.

f. a partic. position of the hand in shooting an arrow, ŚārṅgP.



vájra-mūlī [ vajramUlI ]

f. Glycine Debilis, L.



vájra-yoginī [ vajrayoginI ]

f. N. of a goddess, Buddh.



vájra-ratha [ vajraratha ]

mfn. one whose thunderbolt is a war-chariot ( said of a Kshatriya ), MBh.



vájra-rada [ vajrarada ]

m. ' having adamantine tusks, ' a hog, boar, L.



vájra-rātra [ vajrarAtra ]

n. N. of a town, Kathās.



vájra-rūpa [ vajrarUpa ]

mfn. shaped like a Vajra or cross ( see ), VarBṛS.



vájra-lipi [ vajralipi ]

f. a partic. style of writing, Lalit.



vájra-lepa [ vajralepa ]

m. a kind of hard mortar or cement, Vcar. Ratnâ`v. Vās.

-ghaṭita, mfn. joined with adamantine cement, Vikr. Mālatīm.



vájra-lepāya [ vajralepAya ]

Nom. Ā. °yate, to be like Vajra-lepa, i.e. as hard as cement ( °yamāna-tva, n. ), Sarvad.



vájra-lohaka [ vajralohaka ]

m. or n. a magnet, loadstone, L.



vájra-vadha [ vajravadha ]

m. death by a thunderbolt or by lightning, W.

oblique or cross multiplication, Col.



vájra-vara-candra [ vajravaracandra ]

m. N. of a king of Orissa, Cat.



vájra-varman [ vajravarman ]

m. N. of a poet, ib.



vájra-vallī [ vajravallI ]

f. a species of sun-flower, Heliotropium Indicum, L.



vájra-váh [ vajravah ]

( or -vā'h ), ni. wielding a thunderbolt, RV.



vájra-vāraka [ vajravAraka ]

m. a title of respect applied to certain sages, L.



vájra-vārāhī [ vajravArAhI ]

f. N. of a Tantra goddess, MWB. 491, 526 ( cf. -kālikā ).



vájra-vidrāvinī [ vajravidrAvinI ]

f. N. of a Buddhist goddess, W.



vájra-viṣkambha [ vajraviSkambha ]

m. N. of a son of Garuḍa, MBh.



vájra-vihata [ vajravihata ]

( vájra- ), mfn. struck by a thunderbolt or lightning, ŚBr.



vájra-vījaka [ vajravIjaka ]

see -bijaka.



vájra-vīra [ vajravIra ]

m. N. of Mahā-kāla, W.



vájra-vṛkṣa [ vajravRkSa ]

m. Cactus Opuntia, Suśr.

Euphorbia Antiquorum, L.



vájra-vega [ vajravega ]

m. ' having the swiftness of a thunderbolt or of lightning, ' N. of a Rākshasa, MBh.

of a Vidyā-dhara, Kathās.



vájra-vyūha [ vajravyUha ]

m. a kind of military array, Kathās.



vájra-śarīra [ vajrazarIra ]

mfn. = -deha, MW.



vájra-śalya [ vajrazalya ]

m. ' having hard quills or bristles, ' a porcupine, L.

( ā ), f. a species of plant, L.



vájra-śākhā [ vajrazAkhA ]

f. N. of a branch or sect of the Jainas ( founded by Vajra-svāmin ), W.



vájra-śīrṣa [ vajrazIrSa ]

m. N. of a son of Bhṛgu, MBh.



vájra-śuci [ vajrazuci ]

w.r. for -sūci.



vájra-śṛṅkhalā [ vajrazRGkhalA ]

f. ( with Jainas ) N. of one of the 16 Vidyā-devīs, L.

°likā, f. Asteracantha Longifolia, L.



vájra-śrī [ vajrazrI ]

f. N. of a Gandharvī, Kāraṇḍ.



vájra-saṃhata [ vajrasaMhata ]

m. N. of a Buddha, Lalit.



vájra-saṃghāta [ vajrasaMghAta ]

mfn. having the hardness or compactness of adamant ( said of Bhīma ), MBh. i, 4775

m. N. of a kind of hard cement, VarBṛS.



vájra-sattva [ vajrasattva ]

m. ' having a soul or heart of adamant, ' N. of a Dhyānibuddha, Dharmas. 3

°ttvâ`tmikā, f. N. of Vajra-sattva's wife, W.



vájra-samādhi [ vajrasamAdhi ]

m. a partic. Samādhi, Buddh.



vájra-samāna-sāra [ vajrasamAnasAra ]

mfn. having a diamond-like essence or nature, hard as adamant, MBh.



vájra-samutkīrṇa [ vajrasamutkIrNa ]

mfn. perforated by a diamond or any hard instrument, Ragh.



vájra-sāra [ vajrasAra ]

mfn. having the essence or nature of a diamond, R. Pañcat.

adamantine, MBh.

m. or n. a diamond, ib., Mālatīm.

m. N. of various men, Kathās. Rājat.

-maya, mf ( ī ) n. hard as a diamond, adamantine ( -tva, n. ) MBh. Kāv. Kathās.

°rī-√ kṛ',' P. -karoti, to make as hard as adamant, Śak.



vájra-siṃha [ vajrasiMha ]

m. N. of a king, Pañcat.



vájra-sūci [ vajrasUci ]

f. a diamond-pointed needle, MBh. Hcar.

N. of an Upaniṣad ascribed to Śaṃkarâ`cārya (also °cikā or °cy-upaniṣad )

of a work by Aśva-ghoṣa.



vájra-sūcī [ vajrasUcI ]

f. a diamond-pointed needle, MBh. Hcar.

N. of an Upaniṣad ascribed to Śaṃkarâ`cārya ( also °cikā or °cy-upaniṣad )

of a work. by Aśva-ghoṣa.



vájra-sūrya [ vajrasUrya ]

m. N. of a Buddha, L.



vájra-sena [ vajrasena ]

m. N. of a Bodhi-sattva, Kāraṇḍ.

of a king of Śrāvastī, Śatr.

of a preceptor, Cat.



vájra-sthāna [ vajrasthAna ]

n. N. of a place, R.



vájra-svāmin [ vajrasvAmin ]

m. ( with Jainas ) N. of one of the seven Daśapūrvins, Śatr.



vájra-hasta [ vajrahasta ]

( vájra- ), mfn. ' thunderbolt-handed, ' wielding a thunderbolt ( said of Indra, Agni, the Maruts ), RV.

m. N. of Śiva, Śivag.

( ā ), f. N. of one of the nine Samidhs, Gṛhyās.

of a Buddhist goddess, W.



vájra-hūna [ vajrahUna ]

m. N. of a place, Cat.



vájra-hṛdaya [ vajrahRdaya ]

n. an adamantine heart, A.

N. of a Buddhist work.



vajrâṃśu [ vajrAMzu ]

m. N. of a son of Kṛṣṇa, Hariv. ( v.l. vajrâsu ).



vajrâṃśuka [ vajrAMzuka ]

n. cloth marked with various patterns, L.



vajrâ`kara [ vajrAkara ]

m. a diamond mine, Ragh.

N. of a place, Cat.



vajrâ`kāra [ vajrAkAra ]

( VarBṛS. ) or ( Vop. ), mfn. shaped like a thunderbolt or Vajra, having transverse lines ( see )

a cross-shaped symbol ( formerly used in grammars to denote Jihvāmūlīyas ).



vajrâkṛti [ vajrAkRti ]

( Vop. ), mfn. shaped like a thunderbolt or Vajra, having transverse lines ( see )

a cross-shaped symbol ( formerly used in grammars to denote Jihvāmūlīyas ).



vajrâkṣī [ vajrAkSI ]

f. Asteracantha Longifolia, L.



vajrâkhya [ vajrAkhya ]

mfn. named or called Vajra, MBh. VarBṛS.

m. a kind of mineral spar, L. ( cf. vajra-pāṣāṇa ).



vajrâghāta [ vajrAghAta ]

m. the stroke of a thunderbolt or of lightning, W.

any sudden shock or calamity, ib.



vajrâṅkita [ vajrAGkita ]

mfn. marked with a Vajra-like symbol ( see ), VarBṛS.



vajrâṅkuśa [ vajrAGkuza ]

m. N. of a mountain, Kāraṇḍ.

( ī ), f. N. of a goddess, Buddh.



vajrâṅga [ vajrAGga ]

m. ( prob. for vakrâṅga ) a snake, L.

( f. ), f. Coix Barbata, L.

Heliotropium Indicum, L.



vajrâcārya [ vajrAcArya ]

m. N. of a preceptor, Buddh.



vajrâṇḍi [ vajrANDi ]

( ? ), f. a species of plant, Bhpr.



vajrâditya [ vajrAditya ]

m. N. of a king of Kaimira, Rājat.



vajrâbha [ vajrAbha ]

m. ' diamond-like, ' a kind of spar or precious stone, ( perhaps ) opal, L. ( cf. vajrâ`khya ).



vajrâbhi-ṣavaṇa [ vajrAbhiSavaNa ]

n. a partic. penance lasting for 3 days ( eating only food prepared with barley ), L.



vajrâbhyāsa [ vajrAbhyAsa ]

m. cross or zigzag multiplication, Bījag.



vajrâbhra [ vajrAbhra ]

n. a species of dark-coloured talc, L.



vajrâmbujā [ vajrAmbujA ]

f. N. of a goddess, Buddh.



vajrâyudha [ vajrAyudha ]

m. ' thunderbolt-armed, ' N. of Indra, Hariv. BhP.

of a poet, Cat.

of another man, Kathās.



vajrâvâlī [ vajrAvAlI ]

f. N. of a Tantra work.



vajrâśani [ vajrAzani ]

mfn. Indra's thunderbolt, L.

-nipāta, m. the fall of Indra's thunderbolt R.

-vibhūṣita, mfn. adorned with Indra's thunderbolt, ib.

-sama-svana, mfn. sounding like Indra's thunderbolt, ib.



vajrâsana [ vajrAsana ]

n. a diamond seat, Buddh.

a partic. posture in sitting ( the hands being placed in the hollow between the body and the crossed feet ), HYog.

m. N. of Buddha, Inscr.



vajrâsu [ vajrAsu ]

see vajrâṃśu.



vajrâsura [ vajrAsura ]

m. N. of an Asura, Vcar.



vajrâsthi [ vajrAsthi ]

f. Asteracantha Longifolia, L.



vajrâhata [ vajrAhata ]

mfn. struck by a thunderbolt, Kathās.



vajrâhikā [ vajrAhikA ]

f. Carpopogon Pruriens, L.



vajrêndra [ vajrendra ]

m. N. of various men, Rājat.



vajrêśvarī [ vajrezvarI ]

f. N. of a Buddhist goddess, W.

-kāvya, n. N. of a poem.



vajrôdarī [ vajrodarI ]

f. N. of a Rākshasī, R.



vajrôdgata [ vajrodgata ]

m. a partic. Samādhi, Kāraṇḍ.