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 ya [ ya ]


1. the 1st semivowel ( corresponding to the vowels i and ī, and having the sound of the English y, in Bengal usually pronounced j ).




ya-kāra [ yakAra ]

m. the letter or sound ya, Tprāt.

°râdi-pada n. a word beginning with ya ( euphemistically applied to any form of √ yabh ), Kāvyâ`d.



ya-tva [ yatva ]

n. the being the sound ya, TPrāt. Sch.



 ya [ ya ]

2. m. ( in prosody ) a bacchic ( ᵕ - - ), Piṅg.



 ya [ ya ]

3. the actual base of the relative pronoun in declension [ cf. yád and Gk. ? ].



ya-tamá [ yatama ]

mfn. ( superl.; n. °mat, m. pl. °me ; cf. Pāṇ. v, 3, 93 ) who or which ( of many ), RV. AV. Br.

°má-thā, ind. in which of many ways, ŚBr. ( yatamathā kathamathā, in the same way as always, ṢaḍvBr. )



ya-tará [ yatara ]

mfn. ( compar.; cf. Pāṇ. v, 3, 92 ) who or which ( of two ), RV. AV. Br. Up.

°rátra, ind. in which of the two places, MaitrS.

°rá-thā, ind. in which of two ways, ŚBr.



 ya [ ya ]

4. m. ( in some senses fr. √ 1. , only L. ) a goer or mover

wind

joining

restraining

fame

a carriage ( ? )

barley

light

abandoning

( ā ), f. going

a car

restraining

religious meditation

attaining

pudendum muliebre

N. of Lakshmī.