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vaśí [ vazi ]
1. mfn. = kānta, VS. ( Mahīdh. )
m. subjugation, fascination, bewitching, holding others in magical submission to the will, MW.
n. = vaśi-tva, L.
the state of being subject, subjection, MW.
vaśi [ vazi ]
2. in comp. for vaśin.
vaśi-tā [ vazitA ]
f. subjugation, dominion, W.
the supernatural power of subduing all to one's own will, unbounded power of ( comp. a Bodhi-sattva is said to have 10 Vaśitās, viz. āyur-, citta-, pariṣkāra-, dharma-, ṛddhi-, janma-, adhimukti-, praṇidhāna-, karma-, and jñāna-v°, Dharmas. 74 ) BhP. Buddh.
subduing by the use of magical means, fascinating, bewitching, W.
vaśi-tva [ vazitva ]
n. freedom of will, the being one's own master, MBh. Hariv.
power or dominion over ( loc. ), Sarvad.
the supernatural power of subduing to one's own will, MārkP. Pañcar. etc.
mastery of one's self, self-command, Kum. MārkP.
subduing by magical means, fascinating, bewitching, MW.
vaśi-prâ`pta [ vaziprApta ]
mfn. having power over ( also ifc. ), Divyâv.
vaśi-man [ vaziman ]
m. the supernatural power of subduing to one's own will, MārkP.