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वयो

vayo [ vayo ]


in comp. for 3. vayas.




vayo-gata [ vayogata ]

mfn. advanced in years, aged, old, AitUp.

n. advanced age ( e, ind. ' when youth is passed ' ), Kāv.



vayo-jū' [ vayojU ]

mfn. exciting or increasing strength, RV.



vayo-tiga [ vayotiga ]

mf ( ā ) n. advanced in age, exceedingly old or decrepit, Mn. MBh. etc.

passing beyond or liberated from all periods or stages of existence, MBh.



vayo-tāta [ vayotAta ]

mf ( ā ) n. advanced in age, exceedingly old or decrepit Mn. MBh. etc.

passing beyond or liberated from all periods or stages of existence MBh.



vayo-dhás [ vayodhas ]

mfn. = -dhā', AV. VS. ŚBr. ŚrS.

young, fresh, Uṇ. iv, 228, Sch.



vayo-dhā' [ vayodhA ]

mfn. bestowing or possessing health or strength, strong, vigorous, RV. AV. TS.

m. a young or middle-aged man, W.

f. strengthening, invigorating ( dhai as inf. ), RV.



vayo-'dhika [ vayodhika ]

mfn. superior in years, older in age, VarBṛS.

advanced in years

m. an old man, Mn. R.



vayo-dhéya [ vayodheya ]

n. bestowing strength or vigour, RV.



vayo-nādhá [ vayonAdha ]

mfn. ( √ nah ) establishing or preserving health, VS.



vayo-bāla [ vayobAla ]

mfn. young in years, R.



vayo-rūpa-samanvita [ vayorUpasamanvita ]

mfn. endowed with youth and beauty, Mn. viii, 182.



vayo-'vasthā [ vayovasthA ]

f. a stage or state of life ( generally considered to be three, viz. bāla-tva, childhood, taruṇatva, youth, and vṛddha-tva, old age ), Kāv. Pur. Suśr.



vayo-vidyā [ vayovidyA ]

f. see vāyovidyiká.



vayo-viśeṣa [ vayovizeSa ]

m. difference of age, Āpast.



vayo-vṛddha [ vayovRddha ]

mfn. advanced in years, old, ib. Ragh.



vayo-vṛ'dh [ vayovRdh ]

mfn. increasing strength or energy, invigorating, RV.



vayo-hāṇi [ vayohANi ]

f. loss of youth or vigour, the growing old, Dhātup. Sāy.