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वश्

वश्
 vaś [ vaz ]


cl. 2. P. ( Dhātup. xxiv, 71 ) váṣṭi, ( 1. pl. uśmási, or śmasi, RV. ; 3. pl. uśánti, ib. ; p. uśát, uśāná and uśámāna, ib. ; cl. 1. váśati and cl. 3. vivaṣṭi [ also vaváṣṭi ], 2. sg. vavákṣi, ib. ; pf. vāvaśúḥ, °śe ; p. °śāná, ib. ; uvāśa, ūśuḥ, Gr. ; aor. av˘āśīt, ib. ; 2. sg. vaśīh, MBh. Prec. uśyāt, Gr. ; fut. vaśitā, °śiṣyati, ib. ), to will, command ( p. uśámāna, ' having at command ' ), RV. AV.

to desire, wish, long for, be fond of, like ( also with inf. ), RV. etc. ( p. uśát and uśāná, ' willing, glad, eager, zealous, obedient; ' the former with superl. uśat-tama, also = charming, lovely, BhP. [ accord. to Sch. also = śuddha, dedīpyamāna, and sv-arcita ] )

to aver, maintain, affirm, declare for ( two acc. ) MaitrUp. VarBṛS. BhP. : Caus. vāśayati ( aor. avīvaśat ), to cause to desire etc.

to get in one's power, subject, Cat. : Desid. vivaśiṣati, Gr. : Intens. vāvaśyate, vāvaśīti, or vāvaṣṭi, ib.

p. vāvaśāná, ' willing, eager, ' RV. [ Cf. Gk. ?, for ?, ' willing. ' ]