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वस्

वस्
 vas [ vas ]


1 ( encl. ) acc. dat. gen. pl. of 2nd pers. pron. ( cf. Pāṇ. 8-1, 21, 24 etc. ) RV. etc.




वस्
 vas [ vas ]

2 ( a Vedic root connected with √ 1. uṣ, q.v.

not in Dhātup. ), cl. 6. P., uccháti ( pf. uvā'sa, ūṣúḥ RV. etc.

aor. avāt ? AV.

avasran RV.

Cond. avatsyat ŚBr.

Ved. Inf. vástave, -úṣi ), to shine, grow bright ( esp. applied to the dawn ) RV.

to bestow by shining upon ( dat. ) ib. i, 113, 7

( with dūré ) to drive away by shining ib. vii, 77, 4 : Caus. vāsáyati, to cause to shine RV. [ Cf. vasar in vasar-han

Gk. ? for ? ; Lat. ve1r etc. ]



वस्
 vas [ vas ]

3 cl. 10. P. vāsayati ( aor. avīvasat ), to love

to cut off

to accept, take

to offer

to kill ( ni-vāsita, killed ) Dhātup. xxxiii, 70 ( only with prep.

See pari-√ vas

but accord. to some the Impv. vasiṣva [ RV. viii, 70, 10 ] and uṣa, ' a lover ' [ x, 95, 5 ], and vásiṣṭha [ ib. 17 ] belong also to this root, which has developed an obscene meaning = Gk. ?, futuere )



वस्
 vas [ vas ]

4 cl. 2. Ā. ( Dhātup. xxiv, 13 ) váste ( Impv. vasiṣva RV.� ; vaddhvam Kauś� ; p. vásāna, once usāná and usámāna RV.� ; pf. vavase Śiś.� ; vāvase, p. °sāná RV.� ; aor. avasiṣṭa ib.� ; fut. vasitā Gr.� ; vasiṣyate ib.� ; vatsyati Hariv. 11206� ; inf. vasitum MBh. R.� ; ind. p. vasitvā Mn. BhP.� ; -vasya MBh. ), to put on, invest, wear, ( clothes etc. ), assume ( a form etc. ), enter into RV. etc. : Caus. vāsáyati, °te ( Pass. vāsyate ), to cause or allow to put on or wear ( clothes ), clothe ( Ā. ' one's self ' ) with ( instr. ) RV. GṛŚrS. Mn. : Desid. vivasiṣate, Gr. : Intens. vāvasyate, vāvasti ib. [ Cf. Gk. ? for ? ; Lat. vestis ; Goth. wasjan ; Angl. Sax. werian ; Eng. wear. ]



vas [ vas ]

( ifc. ), clothed in, wearing ( e.g. prêta-cūvara- vas , ' wearing the garments of dead men '). Ragh



वस्
 vas [ vas ]

5 cl. 1. P. ( Dhātup. xxiii, 36 ) vásati ( m. c. also °te� ; pf. uvāsa, ūṣuḥ RV. etc.� ; p. vāvasāna RV. i, 46, 13� ; -vāsāṃ cakre Up.� ; aor. avātsīt AV.� ; avāksam AitBr. [ where it is artificially connected with vāc ]� ; avāstam Up.� ; fut. vastā Gr.� ; vatsyati, °te Br. etc.� ; vasiṣyati MBh.� ; inf. vastum, vasitum MBh. etc.� ; ind. p. uṣitvā' Br.� ; uṣṭvā MBh.� ; -úṣya Br. etc. ), to dwell, live, stop ( at a place ), stay ( esp. ' overnight ', with or without rātrim or rātrīs ) RV. etc.

to remain, abide with or in ( with loc. of pers.� ; loc. or acc. of place, esp. with vāsam or vasatim ) ŚBr. etc.

to remain or keep on or continue in any condition ( with a p.p., e.g. with channa, ' to continue to be covered ' KātyŚr.� ; or with an acc., with brahmacaryam, ' to practise chastity ' AitBr.� ; or with an adv., e.g. with sukham, ' to live pleasantly or at ease '� ; with or without dūratas, ' to keep aloof ' ) TS. etc.

to have sexual intercourse with ( loc. ) Hariv.

to rest upon ( loc. ) Subh

to charge or entrust with ( instr. ) Hariv.

cl. 10. P. vasayati, to dwell Dhātup. xxxv, 84, e : Pass. uṣyate ( aor. avāsi ), to be dwelt etc. MBh. Kāv. etc. : Caus. vāsáyati, °te ( cf. Pāṇ. 1-3, 89

aor. avīvasat MaitrS. : Pass. vāsyáte Br., °ti MBh. ), to cause to halt or stay ( overnight ), lodge, receive hospitably or as a guest ŚBr. MBh. etc.

to cause to have sexual intercourse with ( loc. ) MatsyaP.

to let anything stand overnight ( with tisro, scil. ratrīs, ' three nights ' ) Kauś

to cause to wait, keep in suspense RV.

to delay, retard Kām

to cause to exist, preserve ŚBr.

to cause to be inhabited, populate ( a country ) Hit.

to put in, place upon ( loc. ) MBh. Hariv. Kāv. ( anadhyāyam mukhe, to put restraint on the mouth, refrain from speaking )

to produce Sarvad. : Desid. vivatsati, to wish to dwell ŚBr. : Intens. vāvasyate, vāvasti, to remain, be in, be engaged in MW. [ Cf. Goth. wisan ; Germ. w‰san, ge-wesen, war etc. ; Angl. Sax. w‰san ; Eng. was, were. ]



vás [ vas ]

6 ( only in gen. vásām ), prob. either ' an abode ' or ' a dweller ' RV. v. 2, 6



वस्
 vas [ vas ]

7 ( only vasiṣva, [ anu ]-vāvase, vāvasāná , and vástos ), to rush or aim at, attack RV. viii, 70, 10 ( cf. under √ 3. vas ) ; viii, 4, 8 ; i, 51, 3 ; vi, 11, 6 (  ? ) ; i, 174, 3



वस्
 vas [ vas ]

8 ( also written bas ), cl. 4. P. vasyati, to be or make firm Dhātup. xxxiii, 70