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यौवन

यौवन
 yauvana [ yauvana ]


n. ( fr. yuvan ) youth, youthfulness, adolescence, puberty, manhood ( also pl. = juvenile deeds or indiscretions ; ifc. f. ā ) cf. AV. etc.

a number of young people ( esp. of young women ) cf. Pāṇ. 4-2, 38

N. of the third stage in the Śākta mysteries cf. Cat.




yauvana-kaṇṭaka [ yauvanakaNTaka ]

m. n. an eruption or pimples on the face ( esp. of young people ) cf. L.



yauvana-darpa [ yauvanadarpa ]

m. juvenile pride or indiscretion cf. Hit.



yauvana-daśā [ yauvanadazA ]

f. the period of youth cf. ib.



yauvana-padavī [ yauvanapadavI ]

f. the path of youth ( °vīm ārūḍhaḥ, having entered on adolescence ) cf. Pañcat



yauvana-piḍakā [ yauvanapiDakA ]

f. = -kaṇṭaka cf. Suśr.



yauvana-prânta [ yauvanaprAnta ]

m. the extreme verge or end of youth cf. ib.



yauvana-bhinna-śaiśava [ yauvanabhinnazaizava ]

mfn. whose childhood is separated off by youth, passing from childhood to manhood cf. MW.



yauvana-mattā [ yauvanamattA ]

f. ' intoxicated with ( the pride of ) youth ', N. of a metre cf. Col.



yauvana-lakṣaṇa [ yauvanalakSaNa ]

n. ' sign of youth ', the female breast cf. L.

loveliness, grace cf. L.



yauvana-vat [ yauvanavat ]

mfn. possessing youth, young, youthful cf. Vet. cf. Hit. cf. Kathās



yauvana-śrī [ yauvanazrI ]

f. the beauty of youthfulness cf. Bhartṛ



yauvana-sukha [ yauvanasukha ]

n. the joys of youth or of love cf. Mṛcch



yauvana-stha [ yauvanastha ]

mfn. being in the ( bloom of ) youth, arrived at puberty, marriageable cf. MBh.



yauvanânta [ yauvanAnta ]

mfn. ending in youth, having youthfulness at the end cf. Kum



yauvanârambha [ yauvanArambha ]

m. the prime of youth, first bloom of youth, juvenility cf. Mālatīm



yauvanârūḍha [ yauvanArUDha ]

mfn. one who has arrived at adolescence or puberty cf. Kathās



yauvanâvasthā [ yauvanAvasthA ]

f. the state of youth, youthfulness, puberty cf. MW.



yauvanôdbheda [ yauvanodbheda ]

m. the ardour of youthful passion cf. L.

the god of love cf. L.