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विड्

विड्
 viḍ [ viD ]


1. ( cf. √ biṭ and viṭ probably artificial and of doubtful connection with the following words ), cl. 1. P. veḍati, to call, cry out, curse, swear, Dhātup. ix, 30, v. l

to break, W.




viḍ [ viD ]

2. f. a bit, fragment, W.



viḍ [ viD ]

in comp. for 3. viṣ.



viḍ-gandha [ viDgandha ]

n. = -lavaṇa, L.



viḍ-graha [ viDgraha ]

m. stoppage or obstruction of the faeces, constipation, Bhpr.



viḍ-ghāta [ viDghAta ]

m. a particular urinary disease, Car.



viḍ-ja [ viDja ]

mfn. produced from ordure, Yājñ.

n. a fungus, W.



viḍ-bandha [ viDbandha ]

m. constipation, Suśr.



viḍ-bhaṅga [ viDbhaGga ]

m. diarrhoea, ib.



viḍ-bhava [ viDbhava ]

mfn. = -ja, W.



viḍ-bhid [ viDbhid ]

f. = -bhaṅga, Bhpr.



viḍ-bhuj [ viDbhuj ]

mfn. feeding on ordure, Mn. xii, 56

m. a dung-beetle or a similar insect, BhP.



viḍ-bheda [ viDbheda ]

m. = -bhaṅga, Car.



viḍ-bhedin [ viDbhedin ]

mfn. laxative, Suśr.

( probably ) n. = -lavaṇa, L.



viḍ-bhojin [ viDbhojin ]

mfn. = -bhuj, Pañcar.



viḍ-lavaṇa [ viDlavaNa ]

n. a medicinal salt ( commonly called Vitlaban or Bitnoben ), L.



viḍ-varāha [ viDvarAha ]

m. a tame or village hog, BhP.



viḍ-vighāta [ viDvighAta ]

m. = -ghāta, Car.