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vána [ vana ]


1. n. ( once m., R. v, 50, 2 ; for 2. see p. 919, col. 1 ) a forest, wood, grove, thicket, quantity of lotuses or other plants growing in a thick cluster ( but in older language also applied to a single tree ), RV. etc.

plenty, abundance, R. Kathās.

a foreign or distant land, RV. vii, 1, 19 ( cf. araṇya )

wood, timber, RV.

a wooden vessel or barrel ( for the Soma juice ), RV. ( ? )

a cloud ( as the vessel in the sky ), ib.

( prob. ) the body of a carriage, RV. viii, 34, 18

water, Naigh. i, 12

a fountain, spring, L.

abode, Nalôd.

Cyperus Rotundus, VarBṛS.

= raśmi, a ray of light, Naigh. i, 4

( prob. ) longing, earnest desire, KenUp.

m. N. of a son of Uśīnara, BhP.

of one of the 10 orders of mendicants founded by Śamkarâ`cārya ( the members of which affix vana to their names, cf. rāmêndra-v° ), W.

( ā ), f. the piece of wood used for kindling fire by attrition ( = araṇi, q.v. ; sometimes personified ), RV. iii, 13

( ī ), f. a wood, forest, Sāh.




vána-ṛkṣá [ vanaRkSa ]

w.r. for -krakṣá.



vána-kacu [ vanakacu ]

m. Arum Colocasia, L.



vána-kaṇā [ vanakaNA ]

f. wild pepper, L.



vána-kaṇḍūla [ vanakaNDUla ]

m. a kind of bulbous plant, L.



vána-kadalī [ vanakadalI ]

f. wild banana or plantain, L.



vána-kanda [ vanakanda ]

m. N. of two kinds of tuberous plant ( = dharaṇī-kanda or vana-śūraṇa ), L.



vána-kapi [ vanakapi ]

m. a wild monkey, Kāś. on Pāṇ. ii, 3, 68.



vána-kapīvat [ vanakapIvat ]

m. N. of a son of Pulaha, VP. ( v.l. ghana- and dhana-k° ).



vána-karin [ vanakarin ]

m. a wild elephant, Kād.



vána-kāma [ vanakAma ]

mfn. fond of ( or living in ) a forest, MBh.



vána-kārpasi [ vanakArpasi ]

( Suśr. ), the wild cotton tree.



vána-kārpasī [ vanakArpasI ]

( L. ), f. the wild cotton tree.



vána-kāṣṭhikā [ vanakASThikA ]

f. ' forest-twig, ' a piece dry of dry wood in a forest, Pañcat.



vána-kukkuṭa [ vanakukkuTa ]

m. a wild fowl, jungle fowl, L.



vána-kuñjara [ vanakuJjara ]

m. = -karin, BhP.



vána-kusuma [ vanakusuma ]

n. a forest flower, Chandom.



vána-kodrava [ vanakodrava ]

m. a kind of inferior grain, L.



vána-koli [ vanakoli ]

f. the wild jujube, L.



vána-kauśāmbī [ vanakauzAmbI ]

f. N. of a town, g. nady-ādi.



vána-krakṣá [ vanakrakSa ]

mfn. ( prob. ) crackling or bubbling in a wooden vessel ( said of Soma ), RV.



vána-khaṇḍa [ vanakhaNDa ]

n. ' group of trees, ' copse, wood, MBh. ( also written. ṣaṇḍa ).



vána-ga [ vanaga ]

m. inhabitant of a forest, MBh.



vána-gaja [ vanagaja ]

m. a wild elephant, MBh. Kāv. etc.

-mada, m. the fluid exuding from the temples of a wild elephant in rut, Megh.



vána-gamana [ vanagamana ]

n. retiring to a forest, leading the life of an anchorite, Vikr.



vána-gava [ vanagava ]

m. Bos Gavaeus, L.



vána-gahana [ vanagahana ]

n. the depth or thick part of a forest, Pañcat.



vána-gupta [ vanagupta ]

m. ' forest-protected, ' a spy, emissary, L.



vána-gulma [ vanagulma ]

m. a forest-shrub or bush, MBh.



vána-go [ vanago ]

m. = -gava, L.



vána-gocara [ vanagocara ]

mf ( ā ) n. dwelling in a forest, denizen or inhabitant of forests ( said of men and animals ), Mn. MBh. etc.

living in water, BhP.

m. a hunter, forester, W.

n. a forest, ib.



vána-grahaṇa [ vanagrahaNa ]

n. the act of occupying a forest ( cf. -grāhin ), Śak.

-kolāhala, m. or n. the din of occupying a forest, hunting cries, Śak.



vána-grāmaka [ vanagrAmaka ]

m. a forest village, a poor small village, Hcar.



vána-grāhin [ vanagrAhin ]

m. ' occupying or searching a forest, ' a hunter, Śak. ( cf. -grahaṇa ).



vána-gholī [ vanagholI ]

f. = araṇyagh°, MW.



vána-ṃ-káraṇa [ vanaMkaraNa ]

n. a partic. part of the body ( with mehana ), RV. x, 163, 5.



vána-candana [ vanacandana ]

n. aloe wood or Agallochum, L.

Pinus Deodora, L.



vána-candrikā [ vanacandrikA ]

f. Jasminum Sambac, L.



vána-campaka [ vanacampaka ]

m. the wild Campaka tree, L.



vána-cara [ vanacara ]

mf ( ī ) n. roaming in woods, living in a forest, MBh. Kāv. etc.

m. a woodman, forester, ib.

a wild animal, ib.

the fabulous eight legged animal Sarabha, MW.



vána-carya [ vanacarya ]

n. ( SaṃjUp. ) the roaming about or dwelling in a forest.



vána-caryā [ vanacaryA ]

f. ( R. ) the roaming about or dwelling in a forest.



vána-cārin [ vanacArin ]

mfn. = -cara, Mn. MBh. etc.



vána-cchāga [ vanacchAga ]

m. a wild goat, L.

a boar, hog, L.



vána-cchid [ vanacchid ]

mfn. cutting wood, felling timber

m. a woodcutter, Hariv. Bhaṭṭ.



vána-ccheda [ vanaccheda ]

m. cutting timber, W.



vána-ja [ vanaja ]

mfn. forest-born, sylvan, wild, Śiś.

m. a woodman, forester, R.

( only L. ) an elephant

Cyperus Rotundus

the wild citron tree

a partic. bulbous plant ( = vana-śūraṇa )

coriander

( ā ), f. ( only L. ) Phaseolus Trilobus

the wild cotton tree

wild ginger

Physalis Flexuosa

a kind of Curcuma

Anethum Panmori

a species of creeper

n. ' water-born, ' a blue lotus-flower, Hariv.

-pattrâkṣa, mf ( ī ) n. ( MBh. ) and -jâkṣa, mf ( ī ) n. ( Prasannar. ) lotus-( leaf- ) eyed

-jâ`yata mfn. long and resembling a blue lotus-flower, Subh.



vána-jāta [ vanajAta ]

= -ja, mfn. Hit.



vána-jīra [ vanajIra ]

m. wild cumin, L.



vána-jīvikā [ vanajIvikA ]

f. forest-life ( i.e. living by gathering leaves and fruit etc. ), HPariś.



vána-jīvin [ vanajIvin ]

m. ' living in a forest, ' a woodman, forester.



vána-jyotsnī [ vanajyotsnI ]

f. ' Light of the Grove, ' N. of a plant, Śak. ( in Prakṛt ).



vána-taraṃgiṇī [ vanataraMgiNI ]

f. N. of a work.



vána-tikta [ vanatikta ]

m. Terminalia Chebula, L.

( ā ), f. a kind of plant ( accord. to L. Symplocos Racemosa or śveta-buhnā ), Vāgbh.



vána-tiktikā [ vanatiktikA ]

f. Clypea Hernandifolia, L.



vána-da [ vanada ]

m. ' rain-giving, ' a cloud, L.



vána-damana [ vanadamana ]

m. a wild Artemisia, L.



vána-dāraka [ vanadAraka ]

m. pl. N. of a people, MārkP.



vána-dāha [ vanadAha ]

m. a forest-conflagration

°hâgni m. fire from a forest-conflagration, R.



vána-dīpa [ vanadIpa ]

m. = -campaka, L.



vána-dīya-bhaṭṭa [ vanadIyabhaTTa ]

m. N. of a Commentator, Col.



vána-durga [ vanadurga ]

mfn. made inaccessible by ( reason of ) a forest

n. a place made so inaccessible, MBh. R.



vána-durgā [ vanadurgA ]

f. ( prob. ) a form of the goddess Durgā

-kalpa, m., -tattva, n., -prayoga, m., -mantra, m. N. of works.

°gopaniṣad f. N. of a work.



vána-devatā [ vanadevatA ]

f. a forest-goddess, Dryad, Kāv. Kathās.



vána-druma [ vanadruma ]

m. a forest-tree, Bhartṛ. ( v.l. )



vána-dvipa [ vanadvipa ]

m. = -karin, Ragh. Kathās.



vána-dhānya [ vanadhAnya ]

n. pl. grains of wild corn, HPariś.



vána-dhārā [ vanadhArA ]

f. an avenue of trees, Vikr.



vána-dhiti [ vanadhiti ]

( vaná- ), f. ( prob. ) a layer of wood to be laid on an altar, RV.



vána-dhenu [ vanadhenu ]

f. the cow or female of the Bos Gavaeus, L.



vána-nitya [ vananitya ]

m. N. of a son of Raudrāśva, Hariv.



vána-pá [ vanapa ]

m. a forest-protector, woodman, VS. MBh.



vána-pannaga [ vanapannaga ]

m. a forest-snake, MBh.



vána-parvan [ vanaparvan ]

n. ' Forest-section, ' N. of MBh. iii ( describing the abode of the Pāṇdava princes in the Kāmyaka forest ).



vána-pāllava [ vanapAllava ]

m. Hyperanthera Moringa, L.



vána-paṃsula [ vanapaMsula ]

m. a hunter, deer-killer, L.



vána-pādapa [ vanapAdapa ]

m. a forest-tree, L.



vána-pārśva [ vanapArzva ]

m. forest side or region, R.



vána-pāla [ vanapAla ]

m. = -pa ( °lâdhipa, m. high-forester ), R.

N. of a son of Deva-pāla, Satr.

of a son of Dharmapala, Buddh.



vána-pālaka [ vanapAlaka ]

m. = -pa, Dhūrtan.



vána-pippalī [ vanapippalI ]

wild pepper, L.



vána-puṣpa [ vanapuSpa ]

n. a forest flower, wild flower ( -maya mf[ ī ] n. made or consisting of wild flowers ), Kathās.

( ā ), f. Anethum Sowa, L.



vána-pūraka [ vanapUraka ]

m. the wild citron tree, L.



vána-pūrva [ vanapUrva ]

m. N. of a village, Rājat.



vána-prakṣá [ vanaprakSa ]

v.l. for -krakṣá, SV.



vána-praveśa [ vanapraveza ]

m. entering a forest, ( esp. ) a solemn procession into a forest ( for cutting wood for an idol ), VarBṛS.

commencing to live as a hermit, W.



vána-prastha [ vanaprastha ]

m. or n. ( ? ) a forest situated on elevated or table land, MBh.

N. of a place, Rājat.

mfn. retiring into a forest, living the life of an anchorite, MW.



vána-priya [ vanapriya ]

m. ' fond of woods, ' the Indian cuckoo, Pārvat.

n. the cinnamon tree, L.



vána-phala [ vanaphala ]

n. wild fruit, R.



vána-barbara [ vanabarbara ]

m. Ocinium Sanctum, L.



vána-barbarikā [ vanabarbarikA ]

f. Ocimum Pilosum, L.



vána-barhiṇa [ vanabarhiNa ]

m. a wild peacock ( -tva n. ), Ragh.



vána-bāhyaka [ vanabAhyaka ]

m. pl. N. of a people, MārkP.



vána-biḍāla [ vanabiDAla ]

m. a kind of wild cat, Felis Caracal, Kautukas.



vána-bīja [ vanabIja ]

m. the wild citron tree ( also °jaka ), L.

-pūraka, m. id., L.



vána-bhadrikā [ vanabhadrikA ]

f. Sida Cordifolia, L.



vána-bhuj [ vanabhuj ]

m. a partic. bulbous plant ( growing on the Himavat ), L.



vána-bhū [ vanabhU ]

f. ' forest-region, ' the neighbourhood of a wood, Kāv.



vána-bhūmi [ vanabhUmi ]

f. ' forest-region, ' the neighbourhood of a wood, Kāv.



vána-bhūṣaṇī [ vanabhUSaNI ]

f. ' wood-adorning, ' the female of the Indian cuckoo, L.



vána-bhojana-puṇyâha-vācana-prayoga [ vanabhojanapuNyAhavAcanaprayoga ]

m. N. of a work.



vána-bhojana-prayoga [ vanabhojanaprayoga ]

m. N. of a work.



vána-bhojana-vidhi [ vanabhojanavidhi ]

m. N. of a work.



vána-makṣikā [ vanamakSikA ]

f. a gad-fly, L.



vána-mallikā [ vanamallikA ]

f. Jasminum Sambac, L.



vána-mallī [ vanamallI ]

f. wild jasmine, L.



vána-mātaṃga [ vanamAtaMga ]

m. = -karin, Daś.



vána-mānuṣa [ vanamAnuSa ]

m. ' wild-man, ' the orang-utang, MW.

°ṣikā ( Kād. ), °ṣī ( Hcar. ), f. a ( little ) forest woman.



vána-māya [ vanamAya ]

m. aloe wood, Agallochum, L.



vána-māla [ vanamAla ]

mfn. wearing a garland of forest-flowers ( said of Viṣṇu-Kṛshṇa ), Hariv.



vána-mālā [ vanamAlA ]

f. a garland of forest-flowers, ( esp. ) the chaplet worn by Kṛshṇa, Kāv. VarBṛS. etc.

a kind of metre, Col.

N. of a work. on Dharma

of various women, HPariś.

-dhara, ( prob. ) n. a kind of metre

-miśra, m. N. of an author, Cat. ( °rīya, n. his work. )

-vijaya, m., -stotra, n. N. of works.



vána-mālikā [ vanamAlikA ]

f. a garland of wild flowers, BhP.

yam, L.

a kind of metre, Piṅg., Sch.

N. of one of Rādhā's female attendants, Pañcar.

of a river, Hariv.



vána-mālin [ vanamAlin ]

mfn. = -māla ( said of Viṣṇu-Kṛshṇa ), MBh. Kāv. etc.

m. ( in music ) a kind of measure, Saṃgīt.

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

( inī ), f. Dioscorea or = varāhī ( prob. a kind of plant, accord. to others, ' the female energy of Kṛshṇa ' ), L.

N. of the town Dvārakā, L.

°li-kīrti-chando-mālā f. N. of a poem

°li-dāsa and °li-miśra, m. N. of two authors, Cat.

°lî`śā, f. ' having Kṛshṇa as husband, ' N. of Rādhā, Pañcar.



vána-muc [ vanamuc ]

mfn. pouring forth rain, Ragh.

m. a cloud, L.



vána-mudga [ vanamudga ]

m. Phaseolus Trilobus ( also ā, f. ) or Aconitifolius, L.



vána-mūta [ vanamUta ]

m. a cloud, L.



vána-mūrdhajā [ vanamUrdhajA ]

f. gall-nut, L.



vána-mūla [ vanamUla ]

m. Tetranthera Lanceifolia, MW.

-phala, n. roots and fruits of the forest, VarBṛS.



vána-mṛga [ vanamRga ]

m. a forest deer, R.



vána-methikā [ vanamethikA ]

f. Melilotus Parviflora, L.



vána-mocā [ vanamocA ]

f. wild plantain, L.



vána-yamānī [ vanayamAnI ]

f. Cnidium Diffusum, L.



vána-rakṣaka [ vanarakSaka ]

m. a forest-keeper, MW.

( ā ), f. N. of a woman, Vṛshabhaṇ.



vána-rāja [ vanarAja ]

m. ' forest-king, ' a lion, L.

Verbesina Scandens, L.



vána-rāji [ vanarAji ]

mf ( ī ) n. embellishing or beautifying a forest, W.

( °jī ), f. a row of trees, a long track of forest or a path in a forest, MBh. Kāv. etc.

( only °jī ), a female slave belonging to Vasu-deva, VP.



vána-rājya [ vanarAjya ]

n. N. of a kingdom, VarBṛS.



vána-rāṣṭra [ vanarASTra ]

m. pl. N. of a people, VarBṛS. MārkP.



vána-rāṣṭraka [ vanarASTraka ]

m. pl. N. of a people, VarBṛS. MārkP.



vána-rddhi [ vanarddhi ]

( for -ṛddhi ), f. an ornament of the forest, BhP.



vána-lakṣmī [ vanalakSmI ]

f. ' forest-ornament, ' Musa Sapientum, L.



vána-latā [ vanalatA ]

f. a forest-creeper, Śak.



vána-lekhā [ vanalekhA ]

f. = -rāji, Śiś.



vána-varāha [ vanavarAha ]

m. a wild hog, MW.



vána-vartikā [ vanavartikA ]

f. a kind of quail, Mālatīm.



vána-vartin [ vanavartin ]

mfn. residing in the forest, W.



vána-varbara [ vanavarbara ]

see -barbara etc.



vána-varbarikā [ vanavarbarikA ]

see -barbara etc.



vána-varhiṇa [ vanavarhiNa ]

see -barbara etc.



vána-vallarī [ vanavallarI ]

f. a kind of grass, L.



vána-vahni [ vanavahni ]

m. a forest-conflagration, Kathās.



vána-vāta [ vanavAta ]

m. a forest-wind, Śak.



vána-vāsa [ vanavAsa ]

m. dwelling or residence in a forest, wandering habits, R. Kām. MārkP.

N. of a country, Cat.

mfn. residing in a forest, wood-dweller, Śak.

°saka, m. pl. N. of a people, MBh. ( B. °sika ).



vána-vāsana [ vanavAsana ]

m. ' forest-dweller, ' a civet-cat, L.



vána-vāsin [ vanavAsin ]

mfn. living in a forest

m. a forest-dweller, hermit, anchorite, Mn. MBh. etc.

N. of various plants or roots ( = ṛṣabha, muṣkaka, varāhī-kanda etc. ), L.

a crow, L.

N. of a country in the Dekhan ( also °simaṇḍala ), Inscr.

°sī, f. N. of the chief town of that country, ib.



vána-vāsya [ vanavAsya ]

( prob. ) n. N. of a country, Hariv. ( cf. -vāsin ).



vána-vāhyaka [ vanavAhyaka ]

see -bāh°, -biḍ°.



vána-viḍāla [ vanaviDAla ]

see -bāh°, -biḍ°.



vána-virodhin [ vanavirodhin ]

m. ' forest-enemy, ' N. of one of the Hindū months ( that succeeding the Nidāgha, q.v. ), L.



vána-vilāsinī [ vanavilAsinI ]

f. Andropogon Auriculatus, L.



vána-vīja [ vanavIja ]

etc., see -bīja.



vána-vṛtti [ vanavRtti ]

f. = -jīvikā, HPariś.



vána-vṛntākī [ vanavRntAkI ]

f. the egg-plant, L.



vána-vrīhi [ vanavrIhi ]

m. wild rice, L.



vána-śikhaṇḍin [ vanazikhaNDin ]

m. = -barhiṇa, L.



vána-śūkarī [ vanazUkarI ]

f. Mucuna Pruritus, L.



vána-śuraṇa [ vanazuraNa ]

n. a kind of bulbous plant, L.



vána-śṛṅgâṭa [ vanazRGgATa ]

and m. Tribulus Lanuginosus, L.



vána-śṛṅgâṭaka [ vanazRGgATaka ]

m. Tribulus Lanuginosus, L.



vána-śobhana [ vanazobhana ]

n. ' water-beautifying, ' a lotus-flower, L.



vána-śvan [ vanazvan ]

m. ' forest-dog, ' a jackal, Śiś.

a tiger, L.

a civet-cat, L.



vána-ṣaṇḍa [ vanaSaNDa ]



vána-ṣad [ vanaSad ]

v.l. for -sád, PārGṛ.



vána-saṃkaṭa [ vanasaMkaTa ]

m. lentil, L.



vána-sád [ vanasad ]

mfn. abiding in wood or in a forest, VS. PārGṛ.

m. a forest-dweller, forester, Kir.



vána-saṃnivāsin [ vanasaMnivAsin ]

mfn. dwelling in a forest

m. a forester, Kir.



vána-samūha [ vanasamUha ]

m. a thick forest or wood, L.



vána-sampraveśa [ vanasampraveza ]

m. = vana-praveśa, VarBṛS.



vána-sarojinī [ vanasarojinI ]

f. the wild cotton plant, L.



vána-sâ`hvayā [ vanasAhvayA ]

f. a kind of creeping plant, L.



vána-sindhura [ vanasindhura ]

m. = -karin, HPariś.



vána-stamba [ vanastamba ]

m. N. of a son of Gada, Hariv.



vána-stha [ vanastha ]

mfn. forest-abiding

m. a forest-dweller, hermit, ascetic, Mn. R. etc.

a deer, gazelle, L.

( with gaja ) a wild elephant, Hariv.

( ā ), f. the holy fig-tree, L.

the small Pippala tree, L.

a kind of creeper, L.



vána-sthalī [ vanasthalI ]

f. forest-region, a wood, Hariv. Kālid.



vána-sthāna [ vanasthAna ]

( ? ), n. N. of a country, Buddh.



vána-sthāyin [ vanasthAyin ]

mfn. being or abiding in a forest, W.

m. a hermit, anchorite, ib.



vána-sthita [ vanasthita ]

mfn. situate or being in a forest, ib.



vána-s-páti [ vanaspati ]

( vanas- ), m. ( vanas prob. a form of the gen. ; cf 2. van and ráthas-páti ) king of the wood, a forest tree ( esp. a large tree bearing fruit apparently without blossoms, as several species of the fig, the jack tree etc., but also applied to any tree ), RV. etc.

a stem, trunk, beam, timber, post ( esp. the sacrificial post ), RV. VS. Br.

' lord of plants, ' the Soma plant, ib. GṛS. BhP.

the Indian fig-tree, L.

Bignonia Suaveolens, L.

an offering made to the sacrificial post, ŚBr. ŚrS.

anything made of wood ( esp. partic. parts of a car or carriage, a wooden drum, a wooden amulet, a block on which criminals are executed, a coffin etc. ), RV. AV. VS.

an ascetic W.

N. of Viṣṇu, Viṣṇ.

of a son of Ghṛtaprishṭha, BhP.

du. pestle and mortar, RV. i, 28, 6

f. N. of a Gandharvī, Kāraṇḍ.

n. N. of the Varsha ruled by Vanas-pati, BhP.

-kāya, m. the whole body or world of plants, L.

-yāga, m. and -sava, m. N. of partic. sacrificial rites, Vait.



vána-sraj [ vanasraj ]

f. a garland of forest-flowers, BhP.



vána-hari [ vanahari ]

m. ( prob. ) a lion, Rājat.



vána-haridrā [ vanaharidrA ]

f. wild turmeric, L.



vána-hava [ vanahava ]

m. a partic. Ekâha, ŚrS.



vána-hāsa [ vanahAsa ]

m. Saccharum Spontaneum ( also °saka ), L.

a kind of jasmine, L.



vána-hutâśana [ vanahutAzana ]

m. = vana-dāha, Cat.



vána-homa [ vanahoma ]

m. a partic. oblation, ĀpŚr.



vanâ`kampa [ vanAkampa ]

m. the shaking of forest-trees by the wind, W.



vanâ`khu [ vanAkhu ]

m. ' forest rat, ' a hare, L.

°khuka, m. Phaseolus Mungo, L.



vanâgni [ vanAgni ]

m. = vana-dāha, R.



vanâ`cārya [ vanAcArya ]

m. N. of an author, Cat.



vanâja [ vanAja ]

m. the wild goat, L.



vanâṭana [ vanATana ]

n. roaming about in a forest ( also pl. ), Rājat.



vanâṭu [ vanATu ]

m. ' forest-roamer ( ? ), ' a kind of blue fly, L.



vanâdhi-vāsin [ vanAdhivAsin ]

mfn. dwelling in a forest, Kir.



vanânta [ vanAnta ]

m. ' forest-region, ' a wood, MBh. Kāv. etc.

mfn. bounded by a forest, Hariv.

-bhū, f. neighbourhood of a forest, Kir.

-vāsin, mfn. dwelling in a forest, Rājat.

-stha, mfn. standing or situate in a forest ( as a town ), Kathās.

sthalī, f. a forest-region, Bhartṛ.



vanântara [ vanAntara ]

n. interior of a forest, Kāv. VarBṛS. Kathās. ( °re , in the forest, °rāt, out of the forest,

°ram, into the forest, with pra-√ viś or √ āp, to enter or reach a forest )

āṇi, pl. forests, Vcar.

-cara and -cārin, mfn. roaming about in a forest, Kāv. VarBṛS.



vanâ`paga [ vanApaga ]

( ibc. for °gā ), a forest stream, river, R.



vanâbjinī [ vanAbjinI ]

f. lotus growing in a forest, Kathās.



vanâbhilāva [ vanAbhilAva ]

mfn. forest-destroying, W.



vanâ`mala [ vanAmala ]

m. Carissa Carandas, L.



vanâmbikā [ vanAmbikA ]

f. N. of a tutelary deity in the family of Daksha, Cat.



vanâmra [ vanAmra ]

m. Mangifera Sylvatica, L.



vanâriṣṭā [ vanAriSTA ]

f. wild turmeric, L.



vanârcaka [ vanArcaka ]

m. ' forest-worshipper, ' a florist, maker of garlands, L.



vanâ`rdraka [ vanArdraka ]

n. the root of wild ginger, L.

( ā ), f. wild ginger, L.



vanâlakta [ vanAlakta ]

n. ' wild lac, ' red earth, ruddle, L.



vanâlaktaka [ vanAlaktaka ]

n. ' wild lac, ' red earth, ruddle, L.



vanâ`laya [ vanAlaya ]

m. forest-habitation

-jīvin, mfn. living in forests, Hariv.



vanâ`likā [ vanAlikA ]

f. Heliotropium Indicum, L.



vanâ`lī [ vanAlI ]

f. = vana-rājī, Prab.



vanâ`lu [ vanAlu ]

m. Marsilia Dentata, L.



vanâśa [ vanAza ]

mfn. living on water, MBh. ( Nīlak. )

m. a kind of small barley, L.



vanâ`śrama [ vanAzrama ]

m. abode in the forest ( the third Āsrama [ q.v. ] in a Brāhman's life ), Hariv.

-nivāsin ( ib. ) or °śramin ( BhP. ), m. a Vānaprastha or Brāhman dwelling in a forest, an anchorite.



vanâ`śraya [ vanAzraya ]

mfn. living in a forest

m. a forest-dweller, MārkP.

a sort of crow or raven, L.



vanêjya [ vanejya ]

m. a highly valued species of mango, L.



vanaˆika-deśa [ vanaikadeza ]

m. a part or spot of a forest, Hit.



vanôtsarga [ vanotsarga ]

m. N. of a work. ( on the dedication of temples, tanks, groves etc. ), by Viṣṇu-śarman.



vanôtsāha [ vanotsAha ]

m. a rhinoceros, L.



vanôddeśa [ vanoddeza ]

m. a partic. spot in a forest, MBh.



vanôdbhava [ vanodbhava ]

mfn. produced or existing in a forest, growing wild, MBh.

m. ( with mārga ) a path in forest, ib.

( ā ) . f the wild cotton plant, L.

Phaseolus Trilobus, L.

the wild citron, L.



vanôpaplava [ vanopaplava ]

m. = vana-dāha, Megh.



vanôpala [ vanopala ]

m. ' forest-stone, ' shaped and dried cow-dung, Bhpr.



vanôpêta [ vanopeta ]

mfn. one who has retired to the forest, VarBṛS.



vanôrvī [ vanorvI ]

f. = vana-bhū, Rājat.



vanaˆuka [ vanauka ]

m. = next, MBh. BhP.



vanaˆukas [ vanaukas ]

mfn. living in a forest

m. a forest-dweller, anchorite, MBh. Kāv. etc.

a forest-animal, ( esp. ) a wild boar, BhP.

an ape, L.



vanaˆugha [ vanaugha ]

m. a mass of water, Śiś.

' thick forest, ' N. of a district or mountain in the west of India, VaeBṛS.



vanaˆuṣadhi [ vanauSadhi ]

f. a medicinal herb growing wild, Cat.



वन
 vana [ vana ]

2. ind., g. câ`di.