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víṣa [ viSa ]


m. a servant, attendant RV.

N. of a Sādhya Hariv. ( cf. dur-v° )

( viṣá ), n. ( also m. Siddh ; ifc. f. ā ), anything active ', poison, venom, bane, anything actively pernicious RV. etc.

a partic. vegetable poison ( = vatsa-nābha ) L.

water Naigh. i, 12

a mystical N. of the sound m Up.

gum-myrrh L.

the fibres attached to the stalk of the lotus W. ( See bisa )

( ā ), f. a kind of aconite L.

a tree ( commonly called Atis, its bark is used as a red dye ) W.

= 3. viṣ, feces ( cf. vîta-viṣa )

mf ( ā ) n. poisonous AV. vii, 113, 2. [ Cf. Gk. ? for ? ; Lat. virus. ]




víṣa-kaṇṭakinī [ viSakaNTakinI ]

f. a kind of plant ( = bandhya-karkoṭakī ) L.



víṣa-kaṇṭha [ viSakaNTha ]

m. ' poison-necked ', N. of Śiva, A. ( cf. viṣâgni-pā )



víṣa-kanda [ viSakanda ]

m. a species of bulbous plant ( = nīla- kanda ) L.



víṣa-kanyakā [ viSakanyakA ]

or f. a girl supposed to cause the death of a man who has had intercourse with her Mudr. Kathās



víṣa-kanyā [ viSakanyA ]

f. a girl supposed to cause the death of a man who has had intercourse with her Mudr. Kathās



víṣa-kāṣṭha [ viSakASTha ]

n. Thespesia Populnea L.



víṣa-kumbha [ viSakumbha ]

m. a jar of poison Hit.



víṣa-kṛta [ viSakRta ]

mfn. poisoned Kāv



víṣa-kṛmi [ viSakRmi ]

m. ' poison-worm ', a worm bred in poison Cāṇ. [ 995 , 3 ]

-nyāya m. the rule of the poison-worm ( denoting that what may be fatal to others, is not so to those who are bred in it ) A.



víṣa-khā [ viSakhA ]

See bisa-khā



víṣa-girí [ viSagiri ]

m. ' poison-mountain ', a mountain producing poison AV.



víṣa-granthi [ viSagranthi ]

N. of a plant ( ? ) MW.



víṣa-ghaṭikā [ viSaghaTikA ]

f. N. of a solar month

-janana-śānti f. N. of a ch. of the Vṛddha-gārgya-saṃhitā ( describing rites for averting the evil consequences of being born at one of the 4 periods of the month Vṛddha-ghārgya )



víṣa-ghā [ viSaghA ]

f. a kind of twining shrub, Menispermum Cordifolium or Cocculus Cordifolius ( = guḍūcī ) L.



víṣa-ghāta [ viSaghAta ]

m. ' poison-destroying ', a physician who applies antidotes R.



víṣa-ghātaka [ viSaghAtaka ]

mfn. one who kills with poison VarBṛS.



víṣa-ghātin [ viSaghAtin ]

mfn. poison-destroying, antidotal, an antidote

m. Mimosa Sirissa ( = śirīṣa ) L.



víṣa-ghna [ viSaghna ]

mf ( ī ) n. ( cf. -han ) destroying or counter acting poison, antidotal, an antidote Mn. Kathās. Suśr.

m. ( only L. ) Mimosa Sirissa

Hedysarum Alhagi

Beleric Myrobalan

Terminalia Belerica

( ī ), f. ( only L. ) Hingtsha Repens

another plant ( commonly called Bicchati )

turmeric

bitter apple or colocynth



víṣa-ghnikā [ viSaghnikA ]

f. a species of strychnos L.



víṣa-ja [ viSaja ]

mfn. produced by poison MBh.



víṣa-jala [ viSajala ]

n. poisoned water BhP.



víṣa-jit [ viSajit ]

n. ' conquering or destroying poison ', a kind of honey L.



víṣa-jihva [ viSajihva ]

( viṣá- ), venom-tongued ŚBr.

m. Lipeocercis Serrata L.



víṣa-juṣṭa [ viSajuSTa ]

mfn. possessed of poison, poisonous W.

poisoned Suśr.



víṣa-jvara [ viSajvara ]

m. a buffalo L. ( v.l. -tvara )



víṣa-tantra [ viSatantra ]

n. ' toxicology ', a ch. of most medical Saṃhitās



víṣa-taru [ viSataru ]

m. a poison-tree Vās



víṣa-tā [ viSatA ]

f. or the state of poison, poisonousness Viṣṇ. Kāv. etc.



víṣa-tva [ viSatva ]

n. the state of poison, poisonousness Viṣṇ. Kāv. etc.



víṣa-tindu [ viSatindu ]

m. Strychnos Nux Vomica L.

a kind of ebony tree with poisonous fruit Bhpr.



víṣa-tinduka [ viSatinduka ]

m. a species of poisonous plant Bhpr.



víṣa-tulya [ viSatulya ]

mfn. resembling poison, fatal, deadly W.



víṣa-da [ viSada ]

mfn. yielding poison, poisonous W.

m. ' shedding water ', a cloud Śiś.

n. green vitriol W.



víṣa-daṃṣṭrā [ viSadaMSTrA ]

f. a medicinal plant and antidote ( = sarpa-kaṅkālī ) L.



víṣa-daṇḍa [ viSadaNDa ]

m. = viṣâpahāra-daṇḍa Pañcad



víṣa-dantaka [ viSadantaka ]

m. ' having poisonous teeth ', a snake L.



víṣa-darśana-mṛtyuka [ viSadarzanamRtyuka ]

m. ' dying at the sight of poison ', a kind of pheasant L. ( cf. viṣa-mṛtyu )



víṣa-dāyaka [ viSadAyaka ]

mf ( ikā ) n. or giving poison, poisoning, a poisoner Kām. R.



víṣa-dāyin [ viSadAyin ]

mfn. giving poison, poisoning, a poisoner Kām. R.



víṣa-digdha [ viSadigdha ]

mfn. smeared with poison, empoisoned, poisoned MBh.



víṣa-dū'ṣaṇa [ viSadUSaNa ]

mf ( ī ) n. destroying poison AV.

n. corrupting by admixture of poison, poisoning ( of food ) Kām



víṣa-doṣa-hara [ viSadoSahara ]

mfn. taking away the ill effects of poison MW.



víṣa-druma [ viSadruma ]

m. a kind of poison-tree, the Upas tree Kāv. Rājat



víṣa-dviṣā [ viSadviSA ]

f. a kind of Guḍūcī L.



víṣa-dhara [ viSadhara ]

mfn. holding or containing poison, venomous, poisonous

m. or ( ī ), f. a snake Gīt. Subh

-nilaya m. abode of snakes, Pātāla or one of the lower regions MW.

m. ( ifc. f. ā ) ' containing water ', a receptacle of water Vās



víṣa-dharmā [ viSadharmA ]

f. cowach, Carpopogon Pruriens or Mucuna Pruritus L.



víṣa-dhātrī [ viSadhAtrI ]

f. ' venom-preserver ', N. of a goddess who protects men from snakes ( she was wife of the Ṛṣi Jarat-kāru and sister of Vāsuki ; manasā ). L.



víṣa-dhā'na [ viSadhAna ]

m. a receptacle of poison AV.



víṣa-nāḍī [ viSanADI ]

f. a partic. inauspicious period of time ( the evil consequences of being born in which are to be averted by religious rites ) Saṃskārak.

-janana-śānti f. N. of wk. ( = viṣa-ghaṭikā-j° )



víṣa-nāśaka [ viSanAzaka ]

mf ( ikā ) n. poison-destroying MW.



víṣa-nāśana [ viSanAzana ]

m. ' id. ', Mimosa Sirissa L.

n. removing or curing poison W.



víṣa-nāśin [ viSanAzin ]

mfn. poison-destroying, any antidote W.

( inī ), f. a kind of plant ( = viṣa-daṃṣṭrā ) BhP.



víṣa-nimitta [ viSanimitta ]

mfn. caused by poison MW.



víṣa-nud [ viSanud ]

m. ' poison-expeller ', Bignonia Indica L.



víṣa-pattrikā [ viSapattrikA ]

f. a partic. plant with poisonous leaves Suśr.



víṣa-pannaga [ viSapannaga ]

m. a venomous serpent Kām



víṣa-parṇī [ viSaparNI ]

f. = nyag-rodha L.



víṣa-parvan [ viSaparvan ]

m. N. of a Daitya Kathās



víṣa-pādapa [ viSapAdapa ]

m. a poison-tree Kām



víṣa-pīta [ viSapIta ]

mfn. one who has drunk poison Hariv.



víṣa-puccha [ viSapuccha ]

mf ( ī ) n. having a venomous tail L.



víṣa-puṭa [ viSapuTa ]

m. N. of a man ( pl. ' his descendants ' ), g. yaskâdi



víṣa-puṣpa [ viSapuSpa ]

n. a poisonous flower Kathās

the blue lotus L.

m. ' having poisonous flowers ', Vanguieria Spinosa L.



víṣa-puṣpaka [ viSapuSpaka ]

mfn. ( sickness or disease ) caused by eating poisonous flowers Pāṇ. 5-2, 81

m. Vanguieria Spinosa L.



víṣa-pradigdha [ viSapradigdha ]

mfn. smeared with poison, empoisoned VarBṛS.



víṣa-prayoga [ viSaprayoga ]

m. the use or employment of poison, administering poison as a medicine ( also as N. of wk. or ch. of wk. ) W.



víṣa-prastha [ viSaprastha ]

m. N. of a mountain MBh.



víṣa-bhakṣaṇa [ viSabhakSaNa ]

n. the act of eating poison, taking poison W.



víṣa-bhadrā [ viSabhadrA ]

f. N. of a plant ( = bṛhad-dantī ) L. ( v.l. bhiṣag-bh° )



víṣa-bhadrikā [ viSabhadrikA ]

f. N. of a plant ( = laghu-dantī ) L.



víṣa-bhiṣaj [ viSabhiSaj ]

m. a poison-doctor, a dealer in antidotes, one who pretends to cure snake-bites L.



víṣa-bhujaṃga [ viSabhujaMga ]

m. a poisonous snake L.



víṣa-bhṛt [ viSabhRt ]

mfn. bearing or containing poison, venomous, poisonous

m. a snake W.



víṣa-mañjarī [ viSamaJjarI ]

f. N. of a medical wk.



víṣa-mantra [ viSamantra ]

m. a snake-charmer, one who pretends to charm snakes or cures the bite of snakes L.

n. a chirm for curing snake-bites MW.



víṣa-maya [ viSamaya ]

mf ( ī or ā ) n. consisting of poison, poisonous Kāv



víṣa-mardanikā [ viSamardanikA ]




víṣa-mardanī [ viSamardanI ]

or f. ' destroying poison ', a species of plant L.



víṣa-mardinī [ viSamardinI ]

f. ' destroying poison ', a species of plant L.



víṣa-muc [ viSamuc ]

mfn. ' discharging venom ', venomous ( as speech ), Śāntiś

m. a serpent Hcar. Priy



víṣa-muṣṭi [ viSamuSTi ]

f. a kind of shrub possessing medicinal properties ( commonly called Bishdori or Karsinh ) Bhpr.



víṣa-muṣṭika [ viSamuSTika ]

m. Melia Sempervirens ib.



víṣa-mṛtyu [ viSamRtyu ]

m. ' to whom poison is death ', a kind of pheasant ( cf. viṣa-darśana-mṛtyuka ) L.



víṣa-rasa [ viSarasa ]

m. ' poison-juice ', a poisoned draught or potion MBh.



víṣa-rūpā [ viSarUpA ]

f. a species of plant L.



víṣa-roga [ viSaroga ]

m. sickness arising from being poisoned Cat.



víṣa-laḍḍuka [ viSalaDDuka ]

mfn. poisoned Vet



víṣa-latā [ viSalatA ]

f. ' poisonous creeper ', the colocynth plant L.



víṣa-lāṅgala [ viSalAGgala ]

m. or n. a species of plant Suśr.



víṣa-lāṭā [ viSalATA ]

or f. N. of a place Rājat



víṣa-lāṇṭā [ viSalANTA ]

f. N. of a place Rājat



víṣa-vat [ viSavat ]

( viṣá- ), mfn. poisonous RV. etc.

poisoned Cat.



víṣa-vallarī [ viSavallarI ]




víṣa-valli [ viSavalli ]

or f. a poisonous creeper Kāv. Kathās



víṣa-vallī [ viSavallI ]

f. a poisonous creeper Kāv. Kathās



víṣa-viṭapin [ viSaviTapin ]

m. = -taru Veṇis



víṣa-vidyā [ viSavidyA ]

f. ' poison-science ', the administration of antidotes, cure of poison by drugs or charms ĀśvŚr.



víṣa-vidhāna [ viSavidhAna ]

n. administering poison judicially or by way of or deal W.



víṣa-vimuktâtman [ viSavimuktAtman ]

mfn. one whose soul or nature is released from poison MBh.



víṣa-vṛkṣa [ viSavRkSa ]

m. a poison-tree, the Upas tree Rājat

-nyāya m. the rule of the poison-tree ( denoting that as a tree ought not to be cut down by the rearer of it so a noxious object should not be destroyed by the producer of it

cf. Kum. ii, 55, viṣa-vṛkṣo 'pi saṃvardhya svayaṃ chettum asāmpratam ) A.



víṣa-vega [ viSavega ]

m. ' poison-force ', the effect of poison ( shown by various bodily effects or changes ) Mālav



víṣa-vaidya [ viSavaidya ]

m. ' poison-doctor ', a dealer in antidotes or one professing to cure the bites of snakes ib.

N. of wk.



víṣa-vairiṇī [ viSavairiNI ]

f. ' poison-enemy ', a kind of grass used as an antidote ( = nir-viṣā, q.v. ) L.



víṣa-vyavasthā [ viSavyavasthA ]

f. the state of being poisoned Daś



víṣa-śālūka [ viSazAlUka ]

See bisa-ś°



víṣa-śūka [ viSazUka ]

( Suśr. ) or ( L. ), m. ' having a poisonous sting ' , a wasp



víṣa-śṛṅgin [ viSazRGgin ]

( L. ), m. ' having a poisonous sting ', a wasp



víṣa-saṃyoga [ viSasaMyoga ]

m. vermilion L.



víṣa-sūcaka [ viSasUcaka ]

m. ' poison-indicator ', the Greek partridge, Perdix Rufa ( = cakora )



víṣa-sṛkvan [ viSasRkvan ]

m. ' poison-mouthed ', a wasp L.



víṣa-secana [ viSasecana ]

mfn. emitting poison Nidānas



víṣa-ha [ viSaha ]

mfn. removing poison L.

( ā ), f. Kyllingia Monocephala L.

a kind of gourd L.



víṣa-han [ viSahan ]

mf ( ghnī ) n. destroying poison

( -ghnī cikitsā, the science of antidotes ) Car.

m. a kind of Kadamba L.

( ghnī ), f. N. of various plants ( See under viṣa-ghna )



víṣa-hantṛ [ viSahantR ]

mfn. destroying or counteracting poison

( trī ), f. N. of various plants ( = a-parājitā or nir-viṣā ) L.



víṣa-hara [ viSahara ]

mf ( ā or ī ) n. removing venom, antidotal MBh.

m. N. of a son of Dhṛta-rāshṭra ib.

( ā or ī ), f. the goddess who protects from the venom of snakes ( See viṣa-dhātrī, manasā ) L.

-cikitsā f. -mantra-prayoga m. -mantraˆuṣadha n. N. of wks.



víṣa-hīna [ viSahIna ]

mfn. free from poison ( as a serpent ) ŚārṅgP.



víṣa-hṛdaya [ viSahRdaya ]

mfn. poison-hearted, cherishing hatred or hostility , malicious, malignant Hit.



víṣa-heti [ viSaheti ]

m. ' whose weapon is poison ', a serpent Harav



viṣâkta [ viSAkta ]

mfn. smeared with poison, poisoned L.



viṣâgni [ viSAgni ]

m. ' drinker of burning poison ', N. of Śiva MBh. ( cf. viṣa-kaṇṭha and viṣântaka )



viṣâgraja [ viSAgraja ]

m. ' elder brother of poison ', a sword L.



viṣâṅkura [ viSAGkura ]

m. a poisoned sprout Bhartṛ

' having a poisoned point ', a spear, dart L.



viṣâṅganā [ viSAGganA ]

f. = viṣakanyakā Mudr



viṣâd [ viSAd ]

mfn. eating poison Kāṭh



viṣâdanī [ viSAdanI ]

f. ' poison-destroying ', a kind of creeper ( = palāśī ) L. 1



viṣâdin [ viSAdin ]

mfn. ( for 2. See under vi-√ ṣad, col. 3 ) swallowing poison Vcar.



viṣânana [ viSAnana ]

m. ' poison-mouthed ', a snake L.



viṣânala [ viSAnala ]

m. = viṣâgni VarBṛS.



viṣântaka [ viSAntaka ]

mfn. ' poison-destroying, antidotal '

m. N. of Śiva ( so called because he swallowed the poison produced at the churning of the ocean ) L.



viṣânna [ viSAnna ]

n. poisoned food Daś



viṣâpavādin [ viSApavAdin ]

mfn. curing poison by charms

( inī ) . f. a magical formula curing poison ŚāṅkhBr.



viṣâpaha [ viSApaha ]

mfn. poison-repelling, antidotal, an antidote ( mantrair viṣâpahaiḥ, with texts or charms which have the power of repelling poison ) Mn. Suśr.

m. a kind of tree ( = muṣkaka ) L.

N. of Garuḍa L.

( ā ), f. ( only L. ) a kind of birth-wort, Aristolochia Indica ( = arka-mūlā )

N. of various other plants ( = indra-vāruṇī

nir-viṣā

nāga-damanī

sarpa-kaṅkālikā )



viṣâpaharaṇa [ viSApaharaNa ]

n. removing or destroying poison Cat.



viṣâpahāra [ viSApahAra ]

m. id.

-stotra n. N. of a Stotra

-daṇḍa m. a magical wand for destroying poison Pañcad



viṣâbhāvā [ viSAbhAvA ]

f. ' having no poison ', a species of plant ( = kṛṣṇa-dhattūraka ) L.



viṣâmṛta [ viSAmRta ]

n. poison and nectar ( also N. of wk. )

-maya mf ( ī ) n. consisting of poison and nectar, having the nature of both Kathās



viṣâyudha [ viSAyudha ]

m. = viṣaheti L.



viṣâyudhīya [ viSAyudhIya ]

m. a venomous animal VarBṛS.



viṣârāti [ viSArAti ]

m. ' enemy of poison ', a kind of thorn-apple L.



viṣâri [ viSAri ]

m. ' poison-enemy ', a kind of plant or tree ( L. = mahā-cañcu or ghṛta-karañja ) Suśr.



viṣâstra [ viSAstra ]

n. a poisoned arrow L.



viṣâsya [ viSAsya ]

m. ' poison-mouthed ', a snake L.

( ā ), f. the marking-nut plant, Semecarpus Anacardium L.



viṣâsvāda [ viSAsvAda ]

mfn. tasting poison Mn. xi, 9 ( cf. madhv- āpāta )



viṣôddhāra [ viSoddhAra ]

m. N. of wk. on toxicology



viṣôlbaṇa [ viSolbaNa ]

mfn. full of poison MBh.



viṣaˆuṣadhī [ viSauSadhI ]

f. Tiaridium Indicum L.