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विलास

vi-lāsa [ vilAsa ]


m. ( ifc. f. ā ) shining forth, appearance, manifestation, Ṛt. Gīt.

sport, play, pastime, pleasure, diversion ( esp. with women etc. ; but also applied to any playful action or gesture ) MBh. Kāv. etc. ( °sāya, ' for sport ' )

coquetry, affectation of coyness, wantonness ( a form of feminine gesture considered as indicative of amorous sentiments ) Hariv. Kāv. Daśar. Sāh

liveliness, joviality ( considered as a masculine virtue ) Daśar. ii, 9

wantonness, lust Daśar. Sāh

grace, charm, beauty BhP.

N. of a gram. wk.

( with ācārya ) of a preceptor Cat.

n. ( and ā f. ) N. of a metre VarBṛS.

-kānana n. a pleasure-grove L.

-kodaṇḍa m. N. of the god of love Vcar.

-gṛha n. a pleasure-house ib.

-cāpa m. ( = -kodaṇḍa ) ib.

-dolā f. a pleasure-swing Pañcat

-dhanvan m. ( = -kodaṇḍa ) Vcar.

-pura n. N. of a town Kathās

-bāṇa m. ( = -kodaṇḍa ) Vcar.

-bhavana n. ( = -gṛha ) Rājat

-bhitti f. a wall ( only ) in appearance Vcar.

-maṇi-darpaṇa m. a mirror set with jewels to play with Rājat

-mandira n. ( = -gṛha ) L.

maya mf ( ī ) n. full of grace, charming Vcar.

-mekhalā f. a toy-girdle ( not a real one ) Ragh

-racikā f. N. of a Suraṅganā Siṉhâs

-vat mfn. sportive, playful Sāh

( atī ), f. a wanton or coquettish woman Kālid

N. of various women Vas. Kād

of a drama ( quoted in Sāh. )

-vasati f. a pleasure resort Kathās. ŚārṅgP. ( v.l. )

-vātâyana n. a pleasure-balcony or terrace Vcar.

-vipina n. a pleasure-grove Prab

-vibhavānasa ( ? ), mfn. = lubdha L.

-vihāra m. a pleasure-walk, promenading Bhartṛ. ( v.l. )

-veśman n. = -gṛha Kathās

-śayyā f. a pleasure-couch ib.

-śīla m. N. of a king ib.

-sadman n. = -gṛha Vcar.

-svāmin m. N. of a man Inscr.

°sândra-gāminī f. N. of a Gandharvī Kāraṇḍ




vi-lāsaka [ vilAsaka ]

mf ( ikā ) n. moving to and fro, dancing, fluttering MBh.

( ikā ), f. a kind of drama ( in one act on any light subject or adventure ) Sāh



vi-lāsana [ vilAsana ]

n. ( m. c. for vi-lasana ) play, sport, dalliance MBh. iii, 1829

fascination W.



vi-lāsin [ vilAsin ]

mfn. shining, beaming, radiant MBh.

moving to and fro, fluttering ib.

wanton, sportive, playful, dallying with or fond of ( comp. ) R. Ragh. Dhūrtas

coquettish Ragh. Gīt.

m. ' sporter ', a lover, husband Kum. Sāh. ( L. also, a sensualist

a serpent

fire

the moon

N. of Kṛshṇa, of Śiva, and of Kāma-deva ' )

( inī ), f. a charming or lively or wanton or coquettish woman, wife, mistress ( also °nikā Pañcar.

°nī-jana m. Śiś. )

a kind of metre VarBṛS.

N. of a woman Kathās

( °si ) -tā f. -tva n. wantonness, playfulness, cheerfulness Hariv. Mālav. Rājat