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वित्त

वित्त
 vitta [ vitta ]


See under √ 1. vid etc.




vitta [ vitta ]

1 mfn. ( for 2. See under √ 3. vid ) known, understood ( See comp. )

celebrated, notorious, famous for ( comp. ) Daś. ( cf. Pāṇ. 8-2 , 58 )



vittârtha [ vittArtha ]

m. ' one who knows the matter ', an expert L.



vittá [ vitta ]

2 mfn. ( for 1. See p. 963 ) found, acquired, gained, obtained, possessed AV. Br.

caught or seized by ( instr. or comp. ) Br. Kauś

( ā ), f. taken, married ( as a woman ) ŚBr.

n. anything found, a find AitBr.

( in later language also pl. ) acquisition, wealth, property, goods, substance, money, power RV. etc.

the second astrological mansion VarYogay



vittá-kāma [ vittakAma ]

mfn. desirous of wealth, covetous, avaricious MBh.

°myā' ind. ( instr. f. ) from avarice AV.



vittá-goptṛ [ vittagoptR ]

m. ' guardian of wealth, N. of Kubera MBh.



vittá-ja [ vittaja ]

mfn. produced by wealth Pañcat



vittá-jāni [ vittajAni ]

( vittá- ), mfn. one who has taken a wife, married RV.



vittá-da [ vittada ]

m. ' wealth-giver ', benefactor W.

( ā ), f. N. of one of the Mātṛs attendant on Skanda MBh.



vittá-dugdha [ vittadugdha ]

n. ' milk-wealth ', wealth compared to milk Hit.



vittá-dhá [ vittadha ]

mfn. ' wealth-possessing ', rich VS.



vittá-nātha [ vittanAtha ]

m. ' lord of wealth ', N. of Kubera Kathās



vittá-nicaya [ vittanicaya ]

m. pl. great wealth, opulence MārkP.



vittá-pa [ vittapa ]

mf ( ā ) n. guarding wealth BhP.

m. N. of Kubera R. Hariv.



vittá-pati [ vittapati ]

m. = -nātha Mn. MBh. etc.



vittá-pāla [ vittapAla ]

m. id. R.

N. of a poet Cat.



vittá-purī [ vittapurI ]

f. N. of a town Kathās



vittá-peṭā [ vittapeTA ]

or f. money receptacle, a purse Pañcat



vittá-peṭī [ vittapeTI ]

f. money receptacle, a purse Pañcat



vittá-maya [ vittamaya ]

mf ( ī ) n. consisting in wealth KaṭhUp.



vittá-mātrā [ vittamAtrA ]

f. a sum of money Pañcat



vittá-rakṣin [ vittarakSin ]

m. a wealthy man MBh.



vittá-rddhi [ vittarddhi ]

( for ṛddhi ), f. increase or abundance of wealth MārkP.



vittá-vat [ vittavat ]

mfn. possessing wealth, opulent, rich ĀśvŚr. MBh. etc.



vittá-vardhana [ vittavardhana ]

mf ( ī ) n. increasing wealth, lucrative MW.



vittá-vivardhin [ vittavivardhin ]

mfn. increasing property or capital, bearing interest Mn. viii, 140



vittá-śāṭhya [ vittazAThya ]

n. cheating in money matters Hcat



vittá-saṃcaya [ vittasaMcaya ]

m. accumulation of wealth or riches R.



vittá-hīna [ vittahIna ]

mfn. destitute of wealth, poor Pañcat. ( v.l. )



vittâgama [ vittAgama ]

m. acquisition of wealth, means of making money Mn. Pañcat



vittâḍhya [ vittADhya ]

mfn. abounding in wealth, rich Var



vittâpti [ vittApti ]

f. = vittâgama ib.



vittâp-pati [ vittAppati ]

n. du. the lords of wealth and water ( i.e. Kubera and Varuṇa ) Mn. v, 96



vittêśa [ vitteza ]

m. ' wealth-lord ', Kubera Mn. Hariv. etc.

-patana n. Kubera's town Rājat



vittêśvara [ vittezvara ]

m. a lord of wealth VarBṛS. MārkP.

N. of Kubera Kathās



vittêhā [ vittehA ]

f. desire of wealth, cupidity, avarice MBh.



vittaˆiṣaṇā' [ vittaiSaNA ]

f. id. ŚBr.



vitta [ vitta ]

3 or mfn. = vicārita L.



vinna [ vinna ]

mfn. = vicārita L.