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śeṣa [ zeSa ]

etc. p. 1088, col. 3

 śeṣa [ zeSa ]

m. n. ( fr. √ 2. śiṣ ) remainder, that which remains or is left, leavings, residue ( pl. ' all the others ' ), surplus, balance, the rest ( śeṣe loc. ' for the rest ', ' in all other cases '

śeṣe rātrau, ' during the rest of the night '

mama śeṣam asti, ' there remains something to happen to me ' )

that which has to be supplied ( e.g. any word or words which have been omitted in a sentence

iti śeṣaḥ, ' so it was left to be supplied ', a phrase commonly used by cf. Comm. in supplying any words necessary to elucidate the text )

that which is saved or spared or allowed to escape ( nom. with √ as, or √ bhū, ' to be spared '

śeṣaṃ-√ kṛ ', to spare ', ' allow to escape '

śeṣam avâp ' to escape ' ) cf. Mn. cf. MBh. cf. R. etc.

remaining ( used as an adj. at the end of adj. comp. [ f. ā ] , cf. kathā-ś°, kṛtya-ś° ) cf. AitBr. etc.

remaining out of or from, left from ( with abl. or loc., e.g. prayātebhyo ye śeṣāḥ, ' the persons left out of those who had departed '

but mostly ifc. after a p.p. in comp., e.g. bhukta-śeṣa, ' remaining from a meal ', ' remnant of food '

hata-śeṣāḥ, ' those left out of the slain ', ' the survivors ' etc. ) cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.

end, issue, conclusion, finish, result cf. RV. 77, 15

last, last-mentioned cf. Rājat

a supplement, appendix cf. Nir. iii, 13

a keepsake, token of remembrance cf. Daś

secondary matter, accident cf. KātyŚr. cf. Sch.

death, destruction cf. W.

m. N. of a celebrated mythological thousand-headed serpent regarded as the emblem of eternity ( whence he is also called An-anta ', the infinite ' ; in the Viṣṇu-Purāṇa he and the serpents Vāsuki and Takshaka are described as sons of Kadru, but in one place Śesha alone is called king of the Nāgas or snakes inhabiting Pātāla, while elsewhere Vāsuki also is described as king of the Nagas and Takshaka of the serpents ; the thousand headed Śesha is sometimes represented as forming the couch and canopy of Viṣṇu whilst sleeping during the intervals of creation, sometimes as supporting the seven Pātālas with the seven regions above them and therefore the entire world ; he is said to have taught astronomy to Garga ; according to some legends he became incarnate in Bala-rāma, q.v. ) cf. MBh. cf. Hariv. cf. Pur. etc. ( cf. RTL. 105 ; 112 ; 232, n. r )

N. of one of the Prajā-patis cf. R. cf. VP.

of a Muni cf. MW.

( also with ācārya, dīkṣita, śāstrin etc. ) of various authors ( cf. below )

of one of the mythical elephants that support the earth cf. L.

a kind of metre cf. L.

( ā ), f. pl. the remains of flowers or other offerings made to an idol and afterwards distributed amongst the worshippers and attendants ( sg. ' a garden made of the remains of flowers ' ) cf. MBh. cf. R. etc.

( ī ), f. N. of a woman cf. Cat.

n. above

śeṣa-kamalâkara [ zeSakamalAkara ]

m. N. os an author cf. Cat.

śeṣa-karaṇa [ zeSakaraNa ]

n. the leaving a remnant of ( comp. ) cf. PārGṛ.

the doing what remains to be done cf. MW.

śeṣa-kārita [ zeSakArita ]

mfn. unfinished, undone cf. MBh.

śeṣa-kāla [ zeSakAla ]

m. the time of end or death cf. W.

śeṣa-kṛṣṇa [ zeSakRSNa ]

m. ( also with paṇḍita ) N. of various authors cf. Cat.

śeṣa-kriyā [ zeSakriyA ]

f. the remainder of a ceremony cf. Baudh.

śeṣa-govinda [ zeSagovinda ]

m. ( with paṇḍita ) N. of an astronomer cf. Cat.

śeṣa-cakrapāṇi [ zeSacakrapANi ]

m. N. of a grammarian cf. ib.

śeṣa-cintāmaṇi [ zeSacintAmaNi ]

m. N. of a poem

śeṣa-jāti [ zeSajAti ]

f. ( in alg. ) assimilation of residue, reduction of fractions of residues or successive fractional remainders, Lil

śeṣa-tas [ zeSatas ]

ind. otherwise, else cf. R.

śeṣa-tā [ zeSatA ]

See āyuḥ- and lāvaṇya-śeṣatā

śeṣa-tva [ zeSatva ]

n. the state of being a remainder ( ena ', by the remainder, in every other case ' ) cf. Bhpr. cf. KātyŚr. cf. Sch.

all that is left, residue cf. MW.

secondariness cf. Jaim. cf. Bādar

-vicāra m. N. of a Ved^anta wk.

śeṣa-deva [ zeSadeva ]

m. the serpent Śesha ( worshipped ) as a god cf. Pañcar.

śeṣa-dharma [ zeSadharma ]

m. N. of a ch. of the Hari-vaṃśa

śeṣa-nāga [ zeSanAga ]

m. the serpent Śesha ( above )

N. of the mythical author of the Param^artha-sāra cf. Cat.

śeṣa-nārāyaṇa [ zeSanArAyaNa ]

m. N. of the author of the S^ukti- atn^akara ( a cf. Comm. on the Mahā-bhāshya

also with -paṇḍita )

śeṣa-pati [ zeSapati ]

m. a superintendent, manager cf. L.

śeṣa-bhāga [ zeSabhAga ]

m. the rest or remaining part cf. W.

śeṣa-bhāva [ zeSabhAva ]

m. the being a remainder cf. KātyŚr.

śeṣa-bhuj [ zeSabhuj ]

mfn. one who eats leavings cf. Mn. cf. BhP.

śeṣa-bhūta [ zeSabhUta ]

mfn. being left, remaining cf. ŚāṅkhŚr.

being secondary or accidental cf. Jaim. cf. Sch.

( m. c. for śeṣā-bh° ) being ( i.e. ' as if being, as it were ' ) a garland of flowers ( cf. śeṣā f. ) cf. Mṛcch. x, 44

śeṣa-bhūṣaṇa [ zeSabhUSaNa ]

m. ' having the serpent-demon Śesha for ornament ', N. of Viṣṇu cf. Cat.

śeṣa-bhojana [ zeSabhojana ]

n. the eating of leavings, eating the remnant of food ( after feeding the family-guests etc. ) cf. W.

śeṣa-bhojin [ zeSabhojin ]

mfn. = -bhuj cf. Āpast

śeṣa-rakṣaṇa [ zeSarakSaNa ]

n. taking care that an undertaking is brought to a conclusion cf. W.

śeṣa-ratnâkara [ zeSaratnAkara ]

m. N. of the author of the Sāhityaratnākara ( a cf. Comm. on the Gita-govinda )

śeṣa-rātri [ zeSarAtri ]

f. the last watch of the night cf. W.

śeṣa-rāma-candra [ zeSarAmacandra ]

m. N. of a Scholiast on the Naishadhlya-carita cf. Cat.

śeṣa-rūpin [ zeSarUpin ]

mfn. appearing to be secondary cf. Sarvad

śeṣa-vat [ zeSavat ]

mfn. left alive, spared cf. MBh.

characterised by an effect or result ( sometimes applied in logic to a posteriori reasoning ) cf. Nyāyas

śeṣa-vākyârthacandrikā [ zeSavAkyArthacandrikA ]

f. N. of a Ved^anta wk.

śeṣa-vistārapāṇḍu [ zeSavistArapANDu ]

mfn. pale in its remaining surface ( said of a cloud ) cf. Megh

śeṣa-śarīra [ zeSazarIra ]

n. the remainder ( i.e. all the other parts ) of the body cf. MW.

śeṣa-śāragadhara [ zeSazAragadhara ]

m. N. of an author cf. Cat.

śeṣa-śeṣin [ zeSazeSin ]

( ibc. ), secondary and primary matter

( °ṣi ) -tva n. -bhāva m. the being secondary and primary matter, secondariness and primariness cf. Madhus

śeṣa-saṃhitā [ zeSasaMhitA ]

f. N. of wk.

śeṣa-saṃgraha-nāma-mālā [ zeSasaMgrahanAmamAlA ]


śeṣa-saṃgraha-sārôddhāra [ zeSasaMgrahasAroddhAra ]

m. N. of supplements to Hema-candra's Abhidhāna-cintāmaṇi

śeṣa-samuccaya-ṭīkā [ zeSasamuccayaTIkA ]

f. N. of wk.

śeṣa-homa-prayoga [ zeSahomaprayoga ]

m. N. of wk.

śeṣâṅkagaṇanā [ zeSAGkagaNanA ]

f. N. of an astron. wk. by Kamal^akara

śeṣâdri [ zeSAdri ]

m. N. of a grammarian cf. Cat.

śeṣâdhikārīya [ zeSAdhikArIya ]

mfn. belonging to the section śeṣa cf. Pāṇ. 7-3, 48

śeṣânanta [ zeSAnanta ]

m. N. of author cf. Cat.

śeṣânanda [ zeSAnanda ]

m. N. of author cf. Cat.

śeṣânna [ zeSAnna ]

n. leavings of a meal etc. cf. W.

śeṣâryā [ zeSAryA ]

f. N. of a metrical introduction to the Ved^anta by Śesha-nāga

-vyākhyāna n. N. of wk.

śeṣâvacayana [ zeSAvacayana ]

n. gathering up remnants, collecting what remains cf. MW.

śeṣâvasthā [ zeSAvasthA ]

f. the last state or condition of life, old age cf. W.

śeṣâhi [ zeSAhi ]

m. the serpent Śesha ( above ) cf. Pañcad

N. of a teacher ( also called Nāg^eśvara ) cf. Cat.