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श्रम्

श्रम्
 śram [ zram ]


1 cl. 4. P. ( cf. Dhātup. xxvi, 95 ) śrāmyati ( in later language also śramati, te

pf. śaśrama, 3. pl. śaśramuḥ or [ cf. ŚāṅkhBr. ] śremuḥ, p. śaśramāṇá cf. RV. cf. MBh.

aor. āśramat cf. AV., Śubj. śramat cf. RV.

śramiṣma cf. ib. cf. Br.

fut. śramitā cf. MBh.

śramiṣyati Gr.

inf. śramitum cf. ib.

ind. p. -śrámya. cf. Br. ), to be or become weary or tired , be tired of doing anything ( with inf.

also impers. ná mā śramat, ' may I not become weary ! ' ) cf. RV. etc.

to make effort, exert one's self ( esp. in performing acts of austerity ), labour in vain cf. ib. : Pass. śramyate ( aor. aśr˘āmi, Gr. ) cf. MBh. cf. Kāv. etc. ( cf. vi-√ śraṃ ) : Caus. sr˘āmayati ( aor. aśiśramat ), to make weary, fatigue , tire cf. Kām. cf. Hariv. cf. Subh

to overcome, conquer, subdue cf. R.

( śrāmayati ), to speak to, address, invite ( āmantraṇe ) cf. Dhātup. xxxv, 40 ( v.l. for grām°, cf. grāmaya ) : Desid., vi- śiśramiṣu




श्रम्
 śram [ zram ]

2 ind., g. svar-ādi