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योध

yodha [ yodha ]





yodhin [ yodhin ]




yodhya [ yodhya ]

p. 858, col. 2



योध
 yodhá [ yodha ]

m. ( accord. to cf. Gaṇar. ii, 26 also n. ) a fighter, warrior, soldier cf. RV. etc. ( with vṛṣaḥ, a bull trained or fit for war cf. VarBṛS. )

battle, war ( dur- and mitho-y° )

a kind of metre cf. Col.

pl. the third astrological mansion, Var Yogay



yodhá-dharma [ yodhadharma ]

m. the law of soldiers, duty of the Kshatriya caste cf. Mn. vii, 98



yodhá-mukhya [ yodhamukhya ]

m. a chief warrior, leader cf. Bhag.



yodhá-vīra [ yodhavIra ]

m. a hero, warrior cf. ib.



yodhá-saṃrāva [ yodhasaMrAva ]

m. challenging to battle, mutual defiance of combatants cf. L.



yodhá-hara [ yodhahara ]

mfn. carrying soldiers cf. W.



yodhâgāra [ yodhAgAra ]

m. a soldier's dwelling, barrack cf. MBh.