zAci

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शाचि

शाचि
 śāci [ zAci ]


1 m. pl. ( perhaps connected with 2. śāka ) barley or other grain which has the husk removed and is coarsely ground cf. VS. ( cf. Mahīdh. )




शाचि
 śāci [ zAci ]

2 ( prob. fr. √ śac = śak ), and having the sense of ' strong ' in the following compounds



śāci-gu [ zAcigu ]

mfn. ( prob. ) going or advancing strongly ( fr., gu = ga [ cf. adhri-gu ] cf. Sāy. ' having strong cattle or clearly manifested rays ', fr. gu= go ) cf. RV. viii, 17, 12



śāci-pūjana [ zAcipUjana ]

mfn. ( prob. ) having earnest worship cf. ib.