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वेद
 veda [ veda ]  


1 m. ( fr. √ 1. vid, q.v. ) knowledge, true or sacred knowledge or lore, knowledge of ritual RV. AitBr.

N. of certain celebrated works which constitute the basis of the first period of the Hindū religion ( these works were primarily three , viz. 1. the Ṛg-veda, 2. the Yajur-veda [ of which there are, however, two divisions, See taittirīya-saṃhitā, vājasaneyi-saṃhitā ], 3. the Sāma-veda

these three works are sometimes called collectively trayī, ' the triple Vidyā ' or ' threefold knowledge ', but the Ṛg-veda is really the only original work of the three, and much the most ancient [ the oldest of its hymns being assigned by some who rely on certain astronomical calculations to a period between 4000 and 2500 B. C., before the settlement of the Āryans in India

and by others who adopt a different reckoning to a period between 1400 and 1000 B3. C., when the Āryans had settled down in the Panjāb ]

subsequently a fourth Veda was added, called the Atharva-veda, which was probably not completely accepted till after Manu, as his law-book often speaks of the three Vedas-calling them trayam brahma sanātanam, ' the triple eternal Veda ', but only once [ xi, 33 ] mentions the revelation made to Atharvan and Aṅgiras, without, however, calling it by the later name of Atharva-veda

each of the four Vedas has two distinct parts, viz. 1. Mantra, i.e. words of prayer and adoration often addressed either to fire or to some form of the sun or to some form of the air, sky, wind etc., and praying for health, wealth, long life, cattle, offspring, victory, and even forgiveness of sins, and 2. Brāhmaṇa, consisting of Vidhi and Artha-vāda, i.e. directions for the detail of the ceremonies at which the Mantras were to be used and explanations of the legends etc. connected with the Mantras [ see brāhmaṇa, vidhi ], both these portions being termed śruti, revelation orally communicated by the Deity, and heard but not composed or written down by men [ cf. I. W. 24 etc. ], although it is certain that both Mantras and Brāhmaṇas were compositions spread over a considerable period, much of the latter being comparatively modern

as the Vedas are properly three, so the Mantras are properly of three forms, 1. Ṛc, which are verses of praise in metre, and intended for loud recitation

2. Yajus, which are in prose, and intended for recitation in a lower tone at sacrifices

3. Sāman, which are in metre, and intended for chanting at the Soma or Moon-plant ceremonies, the Mantras of the fourth or Atharva-veda having no special name

but it must be borne in mind that the Yajur and Sāma-veda hymns, especially the latter, besides their own Mantras, borrow largely from the Ṛg-veda

the Yajur-veda and Sāma-veda being in fact not so much collections of prayers and hymns as special prayer- and hymn-books intended as manuals for the Adhvaryu and Udgātṛ priests respectively [ see yajur-veda, sāma-veda ]

the Atharva-veda, on the other hand, is, like the Ṛg-veda, a real collection of original hymns mixed up with incantations, borrowing little from the Ṛg and having no direct relation to sacrifices, but supposed by mere recitation to produce long life, to cure diseases, to effect the ruin of enemies etc.

each of the four Vedas seems to have passed through numerous Śākhās or schools, giving rise to various recensions of the text, though the Ṛg-veda is only preserved in the Śākala recension, while a second recension, that of the Bhāshkalas, is only known by name

a tradition makes Vyāsa the compiler and arranger of the Vedas in their present form : they each have an Index or Anukramaṇī [ q.v. ], the principal work of this kind being the general Index or Sarv^anukramaṇī [ q.v. ]

out of the Brāhmaṇa portion of the Veda grew two other departments of Vedic literature, sometimes included under the general name Veda, viz. the strings of aphoristic rules, called Sūtras [ q.v. ], and the mystical treatises on the nature of God and the relation of soul and matter, called Upanishad [ q.v. ], which were appended to the Āraṇyakas [ q.v. ], and became the real Veda of thinking Hindūs, leading to the Darśanas or systems of philosophy

in the later literature the name of ' fifth Veda ' is accorded to the Itihāsas or legendary epic poems and to the Purāṇas, and certain secondary Vedas or Upa-vedas [ q.v. ] are enumerated

the Ved^aṅgas or works serving as limbs for preserving the integrity of the Veda are explained under vedâṅga below : the only other works included under the head of Veda being the Pariśishṭas , which supply rules for the ritual omitted in the Sūtras

in the Bṛhad-āraṇyaka Upanishad the Vedas are represented as the breathings of Brahmā, while in some of the Purāṇas the four Vedas are said to have issued out of the four mouths of the four-faced Brahmā and in the Viṣṇu-Purāṇa the Veda and Viṣṇu are identified ) RTL. 7 etc. IW. 5 ; 24 etc.

N. of the number ' four ' VarBṛS. Srutabh

feeling, perception ŚBr.

= vṛtta ( v.l. vitta ) L. ( cf. 2. veda )




veda-kartṛ [ vedakartR ]  

m. ' author of Veda ', N. of the Sun MBh.

of Śiva Pañcar.

of Viṣṇu ib.



veda-kavi-svāmin [ vedakavisvAmin ]  

m. N. of a poet Cat.



veda-kāra [ vedakAra ]  

m. the composer of the Veda, Kusum



veda-kāraṇa-kāraṇa [ vedakAraNakAraNa ]  

n. ' cause of the cause of the Veda ', N. of Kṛshṇa Pañcar.



veda-kumbha [ vedakumbha ]  

m. N. of a preceptor Kathās



veda-kuśala [ vedakuzala ]  

mfn. versed in the Veda MW.



veda-kauleyaka [ vedakauleyaka ]  

m. ' belonging to the family of the Veda ', N. of Śiva L.



veda-gata [ vedagata ]  

mfn. standing at the fourth place Śrutab



veda-garbha [ vedagarbha ]  

mf ( ā ) n. full of the Veda Cat.

m. N. of Brahmā ( also transferred to Viṣṇu ) BhP.

a Brāhman L.

N. of a Brāhman Kṣitîś. ( v.l. -garva )

of a treatise on the sacred syllable Om Cat.

( ā ), f. N. of the Sarasvatī BhP.

°bha-rāśi m. N. of a man Inscr.

°bhāpurī-māhātmya or °bhā-māhātmya n. N. of wk.



veda-garva [ vedagarva ]  

See -garbha



veda-gātha [ vedagAtha ]  

m. N. of a Ṛṣi Hariv.



veda-gāmbhīrya [ vedagAmbhIrya ]  

n. the deep or recondite sense of the Veda MW.



veda-gupta [ vedagupta ]  

mfn. ' one who has preserved the Veda ', N. of Kṛshṇa ( a son of Parāśara ) BhP.



veda-gupti [ vedagupti ]  

f. the preservation of the Veda ( by the Brāhmanical caste ) W.



veda-guhya [ vedaguhya ]  

mfn. concealed in the Veda ( said of Viṣṇu ) Pañcar. ( °hyôpaniṣad f. ŚvetUp. )



veda-ghoṣa [ vedaghoSa ]  

m. the sound caused by the recitation of the Veda L.



veda-cakṣus [ vedacakSus ]  

n. the Veda compared to an eye MBh.

the eye for seeing ( or discerning the sense of ) the Veda Cat.



veda-jananī [ vedajananI ]  

f. ' mother of the Veda ', N. of the Gāyatrī, KūrmaP.



veda-jña [ vedajJa ]  

mfn. knowing the Veda Mn. xii, 101



veda-tattva [ vedatattva ]  

n. ' Veda-truth ', the true doctrine of the Veda Cāṇ



veda-tattvârtha [ vedatattvArtha ]  

m. the true doctrine and meaning of the Veda Mn. iv, 92

-vid or -vidvas mfn. knowing the true meaning of the Veda ib., v, 42 ; iii, 96



veda-tātparya [ vedatAtparya ]  

n. the real object or true meaning of the Veda MW.



veda-taijasa [ vedataijasa ]  

n. N. of wk.



veda-traya [ vedatraya ]  

n. ( Mn. ),



veda-trayī [ vedatrayI ]  

f. ( Prab. ) the three Vedas. - 1



veda-tva [ vedatva ]  

n. ( for 2. See p. 1017, col. 3 ) the nature of the Veda Hariv.



veda-dakṣiṇā [ vedadakSiNA ]  

f. the fee for instruction in the Veda Āpast



veda-darśana [ vedadarzana ]  

n. the occurring or being mentioned in the Veda ( °nāt, ' in accordance with the Veda ', ) Sūryas



veda-darśin [ vedadarzin ]  

mfn. ' Veda-seeing ', one who discerns the sense of the Veda Mn. xi, 234



veda-dala [ vedadala ]  

mfn. ' four-leaved ' Hcat



veda-dāna [ vedadAna ]  

n. the imparting or teaching of the Veda Cat.



veda-dīpa [ vedadIpa ]  

m. ' lamp of knowledge or of the Veda ', N. of Mahī-dhara's Comm. on the Vājasaneyi-saṃhitā



veda-dīpikā [ vedadIpikA ]  

f. N. of a Comm. on the Brahma-sūtras by Rām^anuj^acārya ( = vedânta-dīpa )



veda-dṛṣṭa [ vedadRSTa ]  

mfn. approved or sanctioned by the Veda or Vedic ritual MBh.



veda-dhara [ vedadhara ]  

m. N. of a man ( = vedêśa ) Cat.



veda-dharma [ vedadharma ]  

m. N. of a son of Paila Cat.



veda-dhāraṇa [ vedadhAraNa ]  

n. keeping the Veda ( in the memory ) MBh.



veda-dhvani [ vedadhvani ]  

m. = -ghoṣa R. Sch.



veda-nāda [ vedanAda ]  

m. = -ghoṣa W.



veda-nighaṇṭu [ vedanighaNTu ]  

m. N. of a Vedic glossary ( commonly called Nighaṇṭu, q.v. ) Sch.



veda-nidhi [ vedanidhi ]  

m. ' Veda-treasure ', a Brāhman MW.

N. of a man Cat.

-tīrtha m. N. of a preceptor of the Madhva or Ānanda-tīrtha school ( who died A. D. 1576 ) ib.



veda-nindaka [ vedanindaka ]  

m. ' Veda-denier ', any one who disbelieves in the Veda, an unbeliever, atheist, Buddhist, Jaina L.



veda-nindā [ vedanindA ]  

f. denying the Veda, unbelief, heresy Mn. xi, 56



veda-nindin [ vedanindin ]  

m. = -nindaka Kāvyâd



veda-nirghoṣa [ vedanirghoSa ]  

m. = -ghoṣa VarBṛS.



veda-paṭhitṛ [ vedapaThitR ]  

m. one who recites or repeats the Veda L.



veda-patha [ vedapatha ]  

or m. the path of the Veda BhP.



veda-pathin [ vedapathin ]  

m. the path of the Veda BhP.



veda-pada-darpaṇa [ vedapadadarpaNa ]  

m. N. of a treatise on the Pada- text of the Veda ( cf. padapāṭha )



veda-pada-stava [ vedapadastava ]  

( prob. ) w.r. for -pādastava



veda-pāṭha [ vedapATha ]  

m. a partic. text or recitation of the Veda L.



veda-pāṭhaka [ vedapAThaka ]  

( Nīlak. ),



veda-pāṭhin [ vedapAThin ]  

( MānGṛ. ), mfn. -pāṭhitṛ



veda-pāda-rāmâyaṇa [ vedapAdarAmAyaNa ]  

n. N. of wk. on Bhakti



veda-pāda-śiva-stotra [ vedapAdazivastotra ]  

n.



veda-pādastava [ vedapAdastava ]  

m.



veda-pāda-stotra [ vedapAdastotra ]  

n. N. of Stotras



veda-pāraga [ vedapAraga ]  

m. ' one who has gone to the further end of the Veda ', a Brāhman skilled in the Veda Gaut. Vas. etc.



veda-pārâyaṇa-vidhi [ vedapArAyaNavidhi ]  

m. N. of wk.



veda-puṇya [ vedapuNya ]  

n. merit ( acquired ) by ( the reciting or repeating ) the Veda Mn. ii, 78



veda-puruṣa [ vedapuruSa ]  

m. the Veda personified AitĀr.



veda-prakāśa [ vedaprakAza ]  

m. N. of wk.



veda-pradāna [ vedapradAna ]  

n. = -dāna Mn. ii, 171



veda-prapad [ vedaprapad ]  

f. N. of partic. formulas ( in which pra- pad occurs ) Kauś



veda-pravāda [ vedapravAda ]  

m. a statement or declaration of the Veda MBh.



veda-plāvin [ vedaplAvin ]  

m. one who promulgates or publicly teaches the Veda Yājñ.



veda-phala [ vedaphala ]  

n. the meritorious fruit or result of ( reciting or repeating ) the Veda Mn. i, 109



veda-bāhu [ vedabAhu ]  

m. ' Veda-armed ', N. of one of the 7 Ṛṣis under Manu Raivata Hariv.

of a son of Pulastya VP.

of a son of Kṛshṇa BhP.



veda-bāhya [ vedabAhya ]  

m. ' outside the Veda ', an unbeliever, sceptic Śaṃk. Sch.

mfn. not founded on, i.e. contrary to the Veda MBh.



veda-bīja [ vedabIja ]  

n. ' seed of the Veda ', N. of Kṛshṇa Pañcar.



veda-brahmacarya [ vedabrahmacarya ]  

n. studentship for acquiring the Veda GṛS.



veda-brāhmaṇa [ vedabrAhmaNa ]  

m. a Brāhman knowing the Veda, a true or right Brāhman Buddh.



veda-bhāga [ vedabhAga ]  

m. a fourth part, one fourth Hcat

°gâdi m. N. of wk.



veda-bhāṣya [ vedabhASya ]  

n. a commentary on the Veda ( esp. Sāyaṇa's commentary on RV. )

-kāra m. N. of Sāyaṇa Cat.



veda-mantra [ vedamantra ]  

m. a Mantra or verse of the Veda ( See comp. )

pl. N. of a people MārkP.

-daṇḍaka ( with karmôpayogin ), m. N. of an author

°trânukramaṇikā f. °trârtha-dīpikā f. N. of wks.



veda-maya [ vedamaya ]  

mf ( ī ) n. consisting of i.e. containing the Veda or sacred knowledge AitBr. MBh. etc.



veda-mātṛ [ vedamAtR ]  

f. ' mother of the Veda ', N. of Sarasvatī and Sāvitrī and Gāyatrī TĀr. MBh. etc.

-ṭīkā f. N. of wk.



veda-mātṛkā [ vedamAtRkA ]  

f. = ' -mātṛ ', N. of Sāvitrī Pañcar.



veda-māli [ vedamAli ]  

m. N. of a Brāhman Cat.



veda-māhātmya [ vedamAhAtmya ]  

n. N. of wk.



veda-mitra [ vedamitra ]  

m. ' Vedafriend ', N. of various preceptors and authors Cat.



veda-mukha [ vedamukha ]  

n. N. of wk. ( cf. -vadana )



veda-muṇḍa [ vedamuNDa ]  

m. ( prob. ) N. of an Asura

-vadha m. N. of wk. Cat.



veda-mūrti [ vedamUrti ]  

f. ' embodiment of the Veda ' ( applied to the sun ) MārkP. ( sometimes used as an honourable title before the names of learned Brāhmans )



veda-mūla [ vedamUla ]  

mfn. ' Veda-rooted ', grounded on the Veda Kām



veda-yajña [ vedayajJa ]  

m. a Vedic sacrifice Mn. MBh.

-maya mf ( ī ) n. formed or consisting of the above sacrifices VP.



veda-rakṣaṇa [ vedarakSaNa ]  

n. the preservation of the Veda ( as a duty of the Brāhmanical class ) W.



veda-rahasya [ vedarahasya ]  

n. ' secret doctrine of the Veda ', N. of the Upanishads MBh.



veda-rāta [ vedarAta ]  

w.r. for deva-rāta Hariv.



veda-rāśi [ vedarAzi ]  

m. ' whole collection of the Veda ', the entire Veda Sāy

-kṛta-stotra n. N. of a Stotra



veda-lakṣaṇa [ vedalakSaNa ]  

n. or N. of wk.



veda-lakṣaṇa-sūtra-vṛtti [ vedalakSaNasUtravRtti ]  

f. N. of wk.



veda-vacana [ vedavacana ]  

n. a text of the Veda W.



veda-vat [ vedavat ]  

mfn. having or familiar with the Veda Hariv.

( atī ), f. N. of a river MBh. Pur. ( cf. vedasinī, vetasinī )

of a beautiful woman ( daughter of Kuśa-dhvaja, whose story is told in the Rām^ayaṇa

she became an ascetic, and being insulted by Rāvaṇa in the wood where she was performing her penances, destroyed herself by entering fire, but was born again as Sītā or, accord. to other legends, as Draupadī or Lakshmī ) R.

of an Apsaras L.



veda-vadana [ vedavadana ]  

n. ' Veda-mouth ', introduction to the Veda, i.e. grammar Gol. ( cf. -mukha )

N. of a place Cat.



veda-vākya [ vedavAkya ]  

n. a text or statement of the Veda Sarvad



veda-vāda [ vedavAda ]  

m. id. MBh.

speaking about the Veda, Vedic discussion ib. etc.

-rata mfn. delighting in such discussion Bhag.



veda-vādin [ vedavAdin ]  

mfn. versed in Vedic discussion or in Vedic lore discussion Hcat



veda-vāsa [ vedavAsa ]  

m. ' Veda-abode ', a Brāhman L.



veda-vāha [ vedavAha ]  

m. devoted to the Veda MBh. ( Nīlak. )



veda-vāhana [ vedavAhana ]  

mfn. carrying or bringing the Veda ( said of the sun ) MBh.



veda-vāhya [ vedavAhya ]  

See bāhya



veda-vikrayin [ vedavikrayin ]  

mfn. selling i.e. teaching the Veda for money MBh.



veda-vicāra [ vedavicAra ]  

m. N. of wk.



veda-vit-tva [ vedavittva ]  

n. ( fr. next ) knowledge of the Veda MārkP.



veda-víd [ vedavid ]  

mfn. knowing the Veda, conversant with it ( superl. -vit-tama Mn. v, 107 ) ŚBr. etc.

m. a Brāhman versed in the Veda W.

N. of Viṣṇu MW.



veda-vidyā [ vedavidyA ]  

f. knowledge of the Veda

-tmaka ( °dyâtm° ), mfn. one whose nature is knowledge of the Veda, thoroughly versed in Vedic lore MārkP.

°dhigama ( °dyâdh° ), m. acquisition of Vedic lore MaitrUp.

-dhipa ( °dyâdh° ), m. a master of Vedic lore Pañcar.

-vid mfn. versed in Vedic knowledge Kathās

-vrata-snāta mfn. one who has performed his ablutions after completing his knowledge of the Veda and his religious observances ( cf. snātaka ) Mn. iv, 31



veda-vidvas [ vedavidvas ]  

mfn. = -vid MBh.



veda-viplāvaka [ vedaviplAvaka ]  

mfn. propagating the Veda Gaut



veda-vilāsinī [ vedavilAsinI ]  

f. N. of wk.



veda-vihita [ vedavihita ]  

mfn. taught or enjoined in the Veda W.



veda-vṛtta [ vedavRtta ]  

n. the doctrine of the Veda MW.



veda-vṛddha [ vedavRddha ]  

m. N. of a Veda teacher Cat.



veda-vedâṅga [ vedavedAGga ]  

( ibc. ) the Veda and Ved^aṅga ( See col. 3 )

-tattva-jña mfn. one who knows the nature or truth of the Veda and Ved^aṅga Cāṇ

-pāra-ga mfn. one who has gone through the Veda and Ved^aṅga MBh.

-vigrahin mfn. one whose body consists of the Veda and Ved^aṅga ( said of Viṣṇu ) Viṣṇ

-vid mfn. knowing the Veda and the Ved^aṅga R.



veda-vedânta-tattva-sāre-śālagrāma-māhātmya [ vedavedAntatattvasArezAlagrAmamAhAtmya ]  

n. N. of wk.



veda-vaināśikā [ vedavainAzikA ]  

f. N. of a river R. ( v.l. °nāsikā )



veda-vyāsa [ vedavyAsa ]  

m. ' arranger of the Veda ', N. of Vyāsa or Bādarāyaṇa MBh. Hariv. etc.

-tīrtha and -svāmin m. N. of two teachers Cat.



veda-vrata [ vedavrata ]  

n. any religious observance performed during the acquirement of the Veda Gaut. Hcat

mfn. one who has undertaken the vow of acquiring the Veda Gṛhyās. Sch.

-parâyaṇa mfn. one who is devoted to the Veda and performs the necessary observances VarBṛS.

-vidhi ( or -vratānāṃ vidhi ), m. N. of a Pariśishṭa of Kātyāyana.



veda-vratin [ vedavratin ]  

mfn. id. Hcat



veda-śabda [ vedazabda ]  

m. the word ' Veda ' Āpast

a statement or declaration of the Veda Mn. i, 21



veda-śākhā [ vedazAkhA ]  

f. a branch or school of the Veda BhP.

-praṇayana n. establishing or founding a Vedic school ib.



veda-śāstra [ vedazAstra ]  

n. the doctrine of the Veda Mn. iv, 260 etc.

pl. the Veda and Śāstras Cat.

-purāṇa n. pl. the Veda and Śāstras and Purāṇas Subh

-vid mfn. knowing the Veda and Śāstras MBh.

-sampanna mfn. versed in the Veda and Śāstras MW.



veda-śira [ vedazira ]  

m. N. of a son of Kṛś^aśva BhP. - 1



veda-śiras [ vedaziras ]  

n. ( for 2. See under 3. veda ) ' head of the Veda ', N. of a mythical weapon Cat.

m. N. of a Ṛṣi ( son of Mārkaṇḍeya and Mūrdhanyā, progenitor of the Bhārgava Brāhmans ) MBh. Hariv. Pur.

of a son of Prâṇa MW.

of a son of Kṛś^aśva ( cf. -śira ) BhP. ( B. )



veda-śīrṣa [ vedazIrSa ]  

m. N. of a mountain Cat.



veda-śravas [ vedazravas ]  

m. N. of a Ṛṣi MW.



veda-śrī [ vedazrI ]  

m. N. of a Ṛṣi MārkP.



veda-śruta [ vedazruta ]  

m. pl. N. of a class of gods under the third Manu BhP.



veda-śruti [ vedazruti ]  

f. the hearing or reciting of the Veda R.

Vedic revelation ( also °tī ) MBh.

N. of a river R.



veda-saṃsthita [ vedasaMsthita ]  

mfn. contained in the Veda, MārkP.



veda-saṃhitā [ vedasaMhitA ]  

f. a Vedic Saṃhitā, the Saṃhitā text of the Veda, an entire Veda in any recension Mn. xi, 258



veda-saṃnyāsa [ vedasaMnyAsa ]  

m. discontinuance of Vedic rites W.



veda-saṃnyāsika [ vedasaMnyAsika ]  

( Mn. vi, 86 ) or ( Kull. on ib. 95 ), m. a Brāhman in the fourth period of his life who has discontinued all recitation of the Veda and performance of Vedic rites



veda-saṃnyāsin [ vedasaMnyAsin ]  

( Kull. on ib. 95 ), m. a Brāhman in the fourth period of his life who has discontinued all recitation of the Veda and performance of Vedic rites



veda-samarthana [ vedasamarthana ]  

n. N. of wk.



veda-samāpti [ vedasamApti ]  

f. complete acquisition of the Veda ĀśvGṛ.



veda-sammata [ vedasammata ]  

mfn. conformable to the Veda W.



veda-sammita [ vedasammita ]  

mfn. of equal measure with or conformable to the Veda MBh.



veda-sāra [ vedasAra ]  

m. ' Essence of the Veda ', N. of Viṣṇu Pañcar.

-rahasya n. -śiva-sahasra-nāman n. -śiva-stava m. -śiva- stotra n. -sahasra-nāman n. N. of wks.



veda-sûkta-bhāṣya [ vedasUktabhASya ]  

n. N. of a Comm. by Nāg^eśa



veda-sūtra [ vedasUtra ]  

n. a Sūtra belonging to the Veda MBh.



veda-stuti [ vedastuti ]  

f. ' praise of the Veda ', N. of the 87th ch. of the 11th book of the Bhāgavata-Purāṇa ( also called śruti-stuti )

-kārikā f. a metrical paraphrase of the prec. wk. by Vallabh^acārya ( inculcating the doctrine of devotion as a means of salvation )

-laghûpâya m. N. of a Comm. on the Veda-stuti



veda-sparśa [ vedasparza ]  

m. N. of a preceptor Cat.



veda-smṛtā [ vedasmRtA ]  

or ( MBh. ),



veda-smṛti [ vedasmRti ]  

( MBh. ),



veda-smṛtī [ vedasmRtI ]  

( VarBṛS. ), f. N. of a river



veda-svāmin [ vedasvAmin ]  

m. N. of a man Inscr.



veda-hīna [ vedahIna ]  

mfn. destitute of ( knowledge of ) the Veda L.



vedâṃśa [ vedAMza ]  

m. a fourth part, one fourth Hcat



vedâgnyutsādin [ vedAgnyutsAdin ]  

mfn. one who neglects ( recitation of ) the Veda and ( maintenance of ) the sacred fire Viṣṇ



vedâgraṇī [ vedAgraNI ]  

f. ' leader of the Veda ', N. of Sarasvatī L.



vedâṅga [ vedAGga ]  

See below



vedâcārya [ vedAcArya ]  

m. ' Veda-teacher ', ( with āvasathika ) N. of the author of the Smṛtiratn^akara Cat.



vedâtman [ vedAtman ]  

m. ' Soul of the Veda ', N. of Viṣṇu R.

of the Sun MārkP.



vedātmaná [ vedAtmana ]  

( ? ), m. ' id. ', N. of Brahmā TĀr.



vedâdi [ vedAdi ]  

m. the beginning of the Veda ib.

m. n. the sacred syllable Om ŚāṅkhGṛ.

-bīja n. id. L.

-rūpa mfn. having the beginning of the Veda for its form or substance ( as the syllable Om ) Up.

-varṇa n. = -bīja W.



vedâdhigama [ vedAdhigama ]  

m. the repetition or recitation of the Veda Mn. ii, 2



vedâdhideva [ vedAdhideva ]  

m. ' tutelary deity of the Veda ', N. of Brahmā Pañcar.



vedâdhipa [ vedAdhipa ]  

or m. ' one who presides over the Veda ', N. of certain planets ( viz. of Jupiter or Bṛhaspati, Venus, Mars, and Mercury, who are supposed to preside respectively over the Ṛg-, Yajur-, Sāma-, and Atharva-veda ) MW.



vedâdhipati [ vedAdhipati ]  

m. ' one who presides over the Veda ', N. of certain planets ( viz. of Jupiter or Bṛhaspati, Venus, Mars, and Mercury, who are supposed to preside respectively over the Ṛg-, Yajur-, Sāma-, and Atharva-veda ) MW.



vedâdhyakṣa [ vedAdhyakSa ]  

m. ' protector of the Veda ', N. of Kṛshṇa Hariv.



vedâdhyayana [ vedAdhyayana ]  

n. the repetition or recitation of the Veda Āpast. R. etc.



vedâdhyayin [ vedAdhyayin ]  

mfn. = °dhvāyin W.



vedâdhyāpaka [ vedAdhyApaka ]  

m. a teacher of the Veda W.



vedâdhyāpana [ vedAdhyApana ]  

n. teaching the Veda ib.



vedâdhyāya [ vedAdhyAya ]  

or vedâdhyāyin mfn. one who repeats or is constantly repeating the Veda Āpast



vedâdhyāyin [ vedAdhyAyin ]  

or vedâdhyāya mfn. one who repeats or is constantly repeating the Veda Āpast



vedânadhyayana [ vedAnadhyayana ]  

n. remissness in repeating the Veda Mn. iii, 63



vedânadhyāya [ vedAnadhyAya ]  

m. N. of wk.



vedânukramaṇikā [ vedAnukramaNikA ]  

f. N. of wk.



vedânuvacaná [ vedAnuvacana ]  

n. repetition or recitation of the Veda ŚBr. Gaut. Yājñ.

sacred doctrine TUp.



vedânusmṛti [ vedAnusmRti ]  

f. N. of wk.



vedânta [ vedAnta ]  

etc., See p. 1017



vedâpti [ vedApti ]  

f. acquisition of the Veda BrahmaP.



vedâbhyāsa [ vedAbhyAsa ]  

m. constant repetition of the Veda Mn. ii, 166 etc.

the repetition of the mystical syllable Om W.



vedâraṇyamāhātmya [ vedAraNyamAhAtmya ]  

n. N. of wk.



vedârambha-prayoga [ vedArambhaprayoga ]  

m. N. of wk.



vedârṇa [ vedArNa ]  

N. of a Tīrtha Cat.



vedârtha [ vedArtha ]  

m. the meaning or sense of the Veda Mn. MBh. etc.

-candra ( or -pradīpa ), m. -tattvanirṇaya m. dīpa - m. dīpikā f. ( by Shaḍ-guru- śishya ), -nighaṇṭu m. --prakāśa, m. ( Sāyaṇa's Comms. on several Vedas ), prakāśikā -f. -pradīpikā f. ( by Kātyāyana-śishya ), -yatna m. -ratna -, n. -vicāra m. N. of wks.

-vid mfn. knowing the sense of the Veda Mn. iii, 186

-saṃgraha m. an abstract of the more important Upanishads by Rām^anuja



vedâvatāra [ vedAvatAra ]  

m. ' descent of the Veda ', the revelation or handing down of the Veda MW.



vedâvâpti [ vedAvApti ]  

f. = vedâpti Hcat



vedâśra [ vedAzra ]  

mfn. quadrangular Hcat



vedâśvā [ vedAzvA ]  

f. N. of a river MBh.



vedêśa [ vedeza ]  

m. ' lord of the Veda ', N. of a man ( = veda- dhara ) Cat.

-tīrtha or -bhikṣu m. N. of an author ib.



vedêśvara [ vedezvara ]  

m. N. of a man ( = vedêśa ) Vās., Introd.



vedôkta [ vedokta ]  

mfn. taught or declared or contained in the Veda Mn. R.

-śiva-pūjana n. N. of wk.



vedôdaya [ vedodaya ]  

m. ' origin of the Veda ', N. of Sūrya or the Sun ( from whom the Sāma-veda is said to have proceeded ; Mn. i, 23 ). L.



vedôdita [ vedodita ]  

mfn. mentioned or enjoined in the Veda Mn. iv, 14 etc.



vedôpakaraṇa [ vedopakaraNa ]  

n. ' Veda-instrument ', a subordinate science for aiding or promoting a knowledge of the Veda ( = vedâṅga ) Madhus

-samūha m. N. of wk.



vedôpagrahaṇa [ vedopagrahaNa ]  

n. an addition or supplement to the Veda R. ( B. °pabṛṃhaṇa )



vedôpaniṣad [ vedopaniSad ]  

f. the Upanishad or secret doctrine of the Veda TUp.



vedôpabṛṃhaṇa [ vedopabRMhaNa ]  

See °pagrahaṇa



vedôpayāma [ vedopayAma ]  

m. a partic. implement MānŚr.



vedôpasthānika [ vedopasthAnika ]  

f. attendance on the Veda Hariv.



वेद
 veda [ veda ]  

2 m. ( fr. √ 3. vid ) finding, obtaining, acquisition ( See su-v° )

property, goods ĀśvGṛ.



veda-tā [ vedatA ]  

( vedá- ), f. ( prob. ) wealth, riches RV. x, 93 , 11



वेद
 vedá [ veda ]  

3 m. ( perhaps connected with √ 1. ve, to weave or bind together ) a tuft or bunch of strong grass ( Kuśa or Muñja ) made into a broom ( and used for sweeping, making up the sacrificial fire etc., in rites ) AV. MS. Br. ŚrS. Mn.



vedá-tṛṇa [ vedatRNa ]  

n. pl. the bunch of grass used for the above ĀśvŚr. - 2



vedá-tvá [ vedatva ]  

n. ( for 1. See p. 1015 ) state of being a Ved'a MaitrS.



vedá-pralava [ vedapralava ]  

m. a bunch of grass taken from the Ved'a MānŚr.



vedá-yaṣṭi [ vedayaSTi ]  

f. the handle of the broom called Ved'a L. ( v.l. deva-y° ) . - 2



vedá-śiras [ vedaziras ]  

n. ( for 1. See p. 1016, col. 2 ) the head or broom end of the Ved'a ( cf. prec. ) ĀśvŚr.

°ro-bhūṣaṇa n. N. of wk.



vedá-staraṇa [ vedastaraNa ]  

n. the strewing or scattering of the bunch of grass called Ved'a Kāty



वेद
 veda [ veda ]  

4 m. N. of a pupil of Āyoda MBh.

( ā ), f. N. of a river VP.