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वन्य

ványa [ vanya ]


mf ( ā ) n. growing or produced or existing in a forest, wild, savage, VS. etc.

greenish ( ? ), AV. vi, 2

being or existing in woods ( said of Agni ), TS.

made of wood, wooden, RV.

m. a wild animal, R. VarBṛS.

a wild plant, R.

N. of partic. wild plants ( = Arundo Bengalensis, varāhī-kanda, vana-śūraṇa ), L.

a Buddhist novice, Gal.

( ā ), f. a multitude of groves, large forest, L.

abundance of water, a flood, deluge, Kṛshis.

N. of various plants ( Physalis Flexuosa, Abrus Precatorius, a kind of Curcuma, a kind of gourd or cucumber, a kind of Cyperus, dill ), L.

anything grown in a wood, the fruit or roots of wild plants, MBh. R. etc.

= tvaca, L. ( cf. also cakṣur-v° and a-jīta-punar-vaṇya ).




ványa-damana [ vanyadamana ]

m. a species of Artemisia, L.



ványa-dvipa [ vanyadvipa ]

m. a wild elephant, MW.



ványa-pakṣin [ vanyapakSin ]

m. a wild bird, forest-bird, ib.



ványa-vṛtti [ vanyavRtti ]

f. forest-food, forest-produce, ib.

mfn. living on forest-food, Ragh.



vanyânná-bhojana [ vanyAnnabhojana ]

m. ' eating forest-food, ' a Brāhman in the third stage of his life, Gal.



vanyâśana [ vanyAzana ]

mfn. = vanya-vṛtti, mfn. VarBṛS.



vanyâ`śrama [ vanyAzrama ]

w.r. for vanâ`śrama, Hariv.



vanyêtara [ vanyetara ]

mfn. different from wild, tame, civilised, Ragh.



vanyêbha [ vanyebha ]

m. a wild elephant, Śiś.



vanyôpôdakī [ vanyopodakI ]

f. a species of creeper, L.