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वश्य

vaśya [ vazya ]


mfn. to be subjected etc.

subdued, tamed, humbled

being under control, obedient to another's will, dutiful, docile, tame, humble, at the disposal of ( gen. or comp. ), MBh. Kāv. etc.

m. a dependent, slave, MW.

N. of a son of Āgnīdhra, MārkP.

( ā ), f. a docile and obedient wife, W.

( ā ), f. ( Cat. ) or n. ( ib. Prab. ) the supernatural power of subjecting to one's own will, any act ( such as the repetition of spells ) performed with that object, VarBṛS. Gṛhyās.

cloves, W.




vaśya-kara [ vazyakara ]

mfn. giving power over others, Cat.



vaśya-karman [ vazyakarman ]

n. the act of subjecting to one's will ( by spells etc. ), Cat.



vaśya-kārin [ vazyakArin ]

mfn. = -kara.



vaśya-kara [ vazyakara ]

L.



vaśya-tā [ vazyatA ]

f. ( MBh. Hariv. R. etc. ) the being under the control of ( gen. or comp. ), fitness for subjection, obedience, humility.



vaśya-tva [ vazyatva ]

n. ( MBh. R. ) the being under the control of ( gen. or comp. ), fitness for subjection, obedience, humility



vaśyâtman [ vazyAtman ]

mfn. of subdued mind, Bhag.