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वन्

वन्
 van [ van ]


1. cl. 1. P. ( Dhātīp. xiii, 19 ; 20 ; xix, 42 ) vánati ( Ved. also °te, and vanáti )

cl. 8. P. Ā. ( xxx, 8 ) vanóti, vanuté ( pf vāvā'na, vāvántha, vavanmá, vavné ; p. vavanvás RV. ; aor. vanta, váṃsva, ib. ; vaṃsat, °sate, ib. ; vaniṣat, AV. ; °ṣanta, TS. ; vanuṣanta, RV. ; Pot. vaṃsīmahi, vasīmahi, ib. ; Prec. vaniṣīṣta, RV. ; vaṃsiṣīya, AV. ; fut. vanitā, Gr. ; vaniṣyate, SāṅkhSr. ; inf. vanitum, Gr. ; -vantave', RV. ), to like, love, wish, desire, RV. AV. ŚBr. Kāṭh. ŚāṅkhSr.

to gain, acquire, procure ( for one's self or others ), RV. AV. ŚBr.

to conquer, win, become master of, possess, RV. AV.

to prepare, make ready for, aim at, attack, RV.

to hurt, injure, MW. ( Dhātup. also ' to sound ' ; ' to serve, honour, worship. help, aid ') : Caus. vanayati or vānayati, Dhātup. xix, 68, xxxix, 33, v.l. ( cf. saṃ-√ van ) : Desid. vívāsati, °te, to attract, seek to win over, RV. : Intens. ( only vāvánaḥ and vāvandhí ; but cf. vanīvan ) to love, like, RV. [ cf. Lat. venia, Venus ; Got. gawinnan ; Germ. gewinnen ; Eng. to win. ]




ván [ van ]

2. = vána ( only in gen. and loc. pl. vanā'm, váṃsu ), ' wood ' or ' a wooden vessel, ' RV.

love, worship, L.