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वपा

vapā' [ vapA ]


f. a mound or heap thrown up by ants (see valmīka-v° )

a cavity, hollow, hole,, L.

the skin or membrane investing the intestines or parts of the viscera, the caul or omentum, VS. etc. ( the horse has no omentum accord. to ŚBr. )

the mucous or glutinous secretion of the bones or flesh, marrow, fat ( = medas ), L.

a fleshy prominent navel, L.




vapā'-kṛt [ vapAkRt ]

m. marrow, L.



vapā'-dhiśrayaṇī [ vapAdhizrayaNI ]

( vap´âdh° ), f. du. = vapā-śrapaṇī, L.



vapā'-nta [ vapAnta ]

( vap´ânta ), m. the end of the offering of the omentum, ŚrS.



vapā'-mārjana [ vapAmArjana ]

n. the wiping or separating off of the omentum, Vait.

mf ( ā ) n. that on which the omentum is wiped or separated off, ib.



vapā'-vat [ vapAvat ]

( vapā'- ), mfn. furnished with or enveloped in the omentum, RV. VS. ŚBr.



vapā'-śrápaṇī [ vapAzrapaNI ]

f. du. a two-pronged fork on which the omentum is fried, ŚBr.



vapā'-śrávaṇī [ vapAzravaNI ]

w.r. for prec., MaitrS.



vapā'-huti [ vapAhuti ]

( vapâh° ), f. ( AitBr. ),



vapā'-homa [ vapAhoma ]

( KātyŚr ), m. the offering of omentum.



vap´ôdara [ vapodara ]

mfn. fat-bellied, corpulent ( said of Indra ), RV.



vap´ôddharaṇa [ vapoddharaNa ]

n. the aperture through which the omentum is taken out, GṛŚrS.