viSaya

From Sanskrita
Jump to: navigation, search
viSaya
Dhātu:
Dhātupāṭha:

Related Sanskrit Words:

Derived Words in Other Languages:

English:
Español:
Pratyaya:


विषय

Contents

विषय
 viṣaya [ viSaya ]


m. ( ifc. f. ā

prob. either fr. √ 1. viṣ, ' to act ', or fr. vi + √ si, ' to extend ', cf. Pāṇ. 8-3, 70 Sch. ) sphere ( of influence or activity ), dominion, kingdom, territory, region, district, country, abode ( pl. = lands, possessions ) Mn. MBh. etc.

scope, compass, horizon, range, reach ( of eyes, ears, mind etc. ) ŚāṅkhŚr. MBh. etc.

period or duration ( of life ) Pañcat

special sphere or department, peculiar province or tield of action, peculiar element, concern ( ifc. = ' concerned with, belonging to, intently engaged on '

viṣaye, with gen. or ifc. = ' in the sphere of, with regard or reference to '

atra viṣaye, ' with regard to this object ' ) MBh. Kāv. etc.

space or room ( sometimes = fitness ) for ( gen. ) Kāv. Pañcat

an object of sense ( these are five in number, the five

indriya, or organs of sense having each their proper viṣaya or object, viz. 1. śabda, ' sound ', for the ear, cf. śruti-viṣaya

2. sparśa, ' tangibility ', for the skin

3. rūpa, ' form ' or ' colour ', for the eye

4. rasa, ' savour ', for the tongue

5. gandha, ' odour ' for the nose : and these five Vishayas are sometimes called the Guṇas or ' properties ' of the five elements , ether, air, fire, water, earth, respectively ; śruti-viṣaya-guṇa ). Yājñ. Śaṃk. Sarvad. IW. 83

a symbolical N. of the number ' five ' VarBṛS.

anything perceptible by the senses, any object of affection or concern or attention, any special worldly object or aim or matter or business, ( pl. ) sensual enjoyments, sensuality KaṭhUp. Mn. MBh. etc.

any subject or topic, subject-matter MBh. Kāv. etc.

an object ( as opp. to ' a subject ' ) Sarvad.

a fit or suitable object ( ' for ', dat., gen., or comp. ) MBh. Kāv. etc.

( in phil. ) the subject of an argument, category, general head ( one of the 5 members of an Adhikaraṇa [ q.v. ], the other 4 being viśaya or saṃśaya, pūrva-pakṣa, uttara-pakṣa or siddhânta, and saṃgati or nirṇaya ) Sarvad

un-organic matter IW. 73

( in gram. ) limited or restricted sphere ( e.g. chandasi viṣaye, ' only in the Veda ' ) Kāś. ( ifc. = restricted or exclusively belonging to )

( in rhet. ) the subject of a comparison ( e.g. in the comp. ' lotus-eye ' the second member is the viṣaya, and the first the viṣayin ) Kuval. Pratāp

a country with more than 100 villages L.

a refuge, asylum W.

a religious obligation or observance ib.

a lover, husband ib.

semen virile ib.




viṣaya-karman [ viSayakarman ]

n. worldly business or act W.



viṣaya-kāma [ viSayakAma ]

m. desire of worldly goods or pleasures ib.



viṣaya-grāma [ viSayagrAma ]

m. the multitude or aggregate of objects of sense Sāh



viṣaya-candrikā [ viSayacandrikA ]

f. N. of wk.



viṣaya-jña [ viSayajJa ]

m. one who has a partic. domain of knowledge, a specialist Rājat



viṣaya-jñāna [ viSayajJAna ]

n. acquaintance with worldly affairs MW.



viṣaya-tā [ viSayatA ]

f. the character or condition of being an object or having anything for an object, the relation between an object and the knowledge of it Sāh. Vedântas. Sarvad

-rahasya n. -vāda ( or -vicāra ), m. -vāda-ṭippaṇa n. - vādârtha m. N. of wks.



viṣaya-tva [ viSayatva ]

n. = -tā Sarvad. Yājñ. Sch.

( ifc. ) the being restricted to, occurring only in Pat.



viṣaya-nirati [ viSayanirati ]

f. attachment to sensual objects A.



viṣaya-nihnuti [ viSayanihnuti ]

f. negation with regard to an object ( not as to one's self ) Kāvyâd. ii, 306



viṣaya-pati [ viSayapati ]

m. the governor of a province Inscr.



viṣaya-pathaka [ viSayapathaka ]

m. or n. ( ? ) N. of a district ib.



viṣaya-parāṅmukha [ viSayaparAGmukha ]

mfn. averted or averse from mundane affairs Śak



viṣaya-pratyabhijñāna [ viSayapratyabhijJAna ]

n. ( in phil. ) the recognition of objects MW.



viṣaya-pravaṇa [ viSayapravaNa ]

mfn. attached to objects of sense Kull. on Mn. ii , 99



viṣaya-prasaṅga [ viSayaprasaGga ]

m. = -nirati A.



viṣaya-lolupa [ viSayalolupa ]

mfn. eager for sensual enjoyment Kathās



viṣaya-laukika-pratyakṣa-kārya-kāraṇa-bhāva-rahasya [ viSayalaukikapratyakSakAryakAraNabhAvarahasya ]

n. N. of wk.



viṣaya-vat [ viSayavat ]

mfn. directed to objects of sense MBh.

objective Yogas



viṣaya-vartin [ viSayavartin ]

mfn. directed to anything ( gen. ) as an object R.



viṣaya-vākya-dīpikā [ viSayavAkyadIpikA ]

( also -vāg-d° ), f. N. of wk.



viṣaya-vākya-saṃgraha [ viSayavAkyasaMgraha ]

m. N. of wk.



viṣaya-vāda [ viSayavAda ]

m. N. of wk.



viṣaya-vāsin [ viSayavAsin ]

mfn. inhabiting a country ( anya- viṣaya-v°, the inhabitant of another country ) Kāv. Pañcat

engaged in the affairs of life W.



viṣaya-vicāra [ viSayavicAra ]

m. N. of a treatise by Gadādhara ( also called viṣayatā-vic°, See -tā above )



viṣaya-viṣayin [ viSayaviSayin ]

m. du. object and subject Bādar



viṣaya-saṅga [ viSayasaGga ]

m. addiction to sensual objects, sensual

-ja mfn. sprung from addṭaddiction to sensual objects Mn. xii , 18



viṣaya-saptamī [ viSayasaptamI ]

f. the locative case in the sense of ' with regard to ' Kāś. on Pāṇ. 1-1, 57



viṣaya-sukha [ viSayasukha ]

n. the pleasures of sense MW.



viṣaya-sneha [ viSayasneha ]

m. desire for sensual objects Ragh



viṣaya-spṛhā [ viSayaspRhA ]

f. id. MW.



viṣayâjñāna [ viSayAjJAna ]

n. ' non-recognition of objects ', exhaustion, lassitude L.



viṣayâtmaka [ viSayAtmaka ]

mfn. consisting of or identified with wordly objects , sensual carnal Mn. BhP.



viṣayâdhikṛta [ viSayAdhikRta ]

m. the governor of a province Kathās



viṣayâdhipati [ viSayAdhipati ]

m. id. ib.

' lord of a country ', a king, sovereign R.



viṣayânantara [ viSayAnantara ]

mfn. immediately adjacent or adjoining, next neighbour L.



viṣayânanda [ viSayAnanda ]

m. N. of various wks.



viṣayânta [ viSayAnta ]

m. the boundary of a country MBh. R. Kathās



viṣayâbhimukhī-kṛti [ viSayAbhimukhIkRti ]

f. directing ( the senses ) towards sensual objects Cat.



viṣayâbhirati [ viSayAbhirati ]

f. and the enjoyment of sensual pleasures Kir



viṣayâbhilāṣa [ viSayAbhilASa ]

m. the enjoyment of sensual pleasures Kir



viṣayârha [ viSayArha ]

mfn. entitled to sensual pleasures ( as youth ) HPariś



viṣayâsakta [ viSayAsakta ]

mfn. attached to sensual pleasures

-manas mfn. one whose mind is devoted to the world Śukas



viṣayâsakti [ viSayAsakti ]

f. attachment to sensual pleasures ib.



viṣayâsiddha-dīpikā [ viSayAsiddhadIpikA ]

f. N. of wk.



viṣayaˆiṣin [ viSayaiSin ]

mfn. addicted to sensual pleasures, devoted to worldly pursuits L.



viṣayôparama [ viSayoparama ]

m. cessation or abandonment of sensual pleasures Sāṃkhyak



viṣayôpasevā [ viSayopasevA ]

f. addiction to sensual pleasures, sensuality Ragh