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विनय

विनय
 vi-naya [ vinaya ]


1 ( said to be artificially formed fr. vi+ nṛ

for 2. See under vi-√ nī Nom. P. °yati ( with prefix 3. vi

ind. p. vi-vinayya ) Pāṇ. 1-4, 1 Vārtt. 7 Pat.




vi-nayá [ vinaya ]

2 mfn. ( for 1. See p. 969 ) leading away or asunder, separating RV. ii, 24, 9

cast, thrown L.

secret L.

m. taking away, removal, withdrawal Śiś. x, 42

leading, guidance, training ( esp. moral training ), education , discipline, control MBh. Kāv. etc.

( with Buddhists ) the rules of discipline for monks MWB. 55 etc.

good breeding, propriety of conduct, decency, modesty, mildness ib. ( in the Purāṇas sometimes personified as son of Kriyā or of Lajjā )

an office, business Śiś. xi, 36

N. of a son of Sudyumna MārkP.

a man of subdued senses L.

a merchant, trader L.

( ā ), f. Sida Cordifolia L.

-karman n. instruction Ragh

-kṣudraka or °ka-vastu n. N. of a Buddhist wk.

-grāhin mfn. conforming to rules of discipline, compliant, tractable L.

m. an elephant which obeys orders L.

-jyotis ( ? ), m. N. of a Muni Kathās

-tā f. good behaviour

modesty Cāṇ

-datta m. N. of a man Mṛcch

-deva m. N. of a teacher Buddh.

of a poet Sadukt

-nandin m. N. of the leader of a Jaina sect Inscr.

-ṃ-dhara m. N. of a chamberlain Veṇis

-pattra n. = -sūtra ( below ) Buddh.

-piṭaka, ' basket of discipline ', ( with Buddhists ) the collection of treatises on discipline ( cf : above )

-pradhāna mfn. having humility pre-eminent, of which modesty is chief. MW.

-pramāthin mfn. violating propriety, behaving ill or improperly W.

-bhāj mfn. possessing propriety or modesty ib.

-maya mf ( ī ) n. consisting of propriety Kād

-yogin mfn. possessing humility MW.

-rāma m. = -sundara Cat.

-vat mfn. well-behaved ( in a-vin° ) Vet

( atī ), f. N. of a woman Kathās. Daś. Pañcat

-vallī f. N. of wk.

-vastu n. ( with Buddhists ) N. of a section of the works which treat of Vinaya ( q.v. )

-vāc mfn. speaking modestly W.

f. modest speech ib.

-vijaya m. N. of an author Cat.

-vibhaṅga m. N. of wk.

-vibhāṣā-śāstra n. N. of a Buddhist wk.

-śrī f. N. of a woman HPariś

-sāgara, -sundara m. N. of authors Cat.

-sūtra n. ( with Buddhists ) the Sūtra treating of discipline ( cf. above )

-stha mfn. conforming to discipline, compliant, tractable L.

-svāminī f. N. of a woman Kathās

°yâditya m. N. of Jay^apiḍa, Rajat

of a king of the race of the Cālukyas Inscr.

( -pura n. N. of a town built by Jay^apiḍa Rājat. )

°yâdidhara ( i.e. vinaya-dh° ), m. N. of a man Kāv

°yânvita mfn. endowed with modesty, humble L.

°yâvanata mfn. bending down modestly, bowing low with modesty MBh. Kathās

°yôkti f. pl. modest speech Bālar



vi-nayana [ vinayana ]

mfn. taking away, removing MBh. Megh

n. the act of taming or training, education, instruction Daś