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m. n. a kind of salt ( either factitious salt, procured by boiling earth impregnated with saline particles, or a partic. kind of fetid salt used medicinally as a tonic aperient, commonly called Vit-lavan or Bit- noben, cf. [[viD |viḍ-lavaṇa]]   
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m. n. a kind of salt ( either factitious salt, procured by boiling earth impregnated with saline particles, or a particular kind of fetid salt used medicinally as a tonic aperient, commonly called Vit-lavan or Bit- noben, cf. [[viD |''viḍ-lavaṇa'']], it is black in colour and is prepared by fusing fossil salt with a small portion of Emblic Myrobalan, the product being muriate of soda with small quantities of muriate of lime, sulphur, and oxide of iron ), Suśr.  
  
it is black in colour and is prepared by fusing fossil silt with a small portion of Emblic Myrobalan, the product being muriate of soda with small quantities of muriate of lime, sulphur, and oxide of iron ) Suśr.   
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m. N. of a country and its king, Inscr.   
  
m. N. of a country and its king Inscr. 
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a fragment, bit, portion ( ? ), W.   
 
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विड

viḍa [ viDa ]


m. n. a kind of salt ( either factitious salt, procured by boiling earth impregnated with saline particles, or a particular kind of fetid salt used medicinally as a tonic aperient, commonly called Vit-lavan or Bit- noben, cf. viḍ-lavaṇa, it is black in colour and is prepared by fusing fossil salt with a small portion of Emblic Myrobalan, the product being muriate of soda with small quantities of muriate of lime, sulphur, and oxide of iron ), Suśr.

m. N. of a country and its king, Inscr.

a fragment, bit, portion ( ? ), W.




viḍa-gandha [ viDagandha ]

n. the medicinal salt described above, W.



viḍa-lavaṇa [ viDalavaNa ]

m. n. id., MBh. Bhpr.