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श्व

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śva [ zva ]


1 in comp. for 1. śvan




śva-kaṇṭaka [ zvakaNTaka ]

m. the son of a Vrātya and a Śūdra ( accord. to others ' a servant of Śūdras ' ) cf. L.



śva-karṇa [ zvakarNa ]

m. a dog's ear cf. KātyŚr. cf. Sch. ( cf. śvā-k° )



śva-kiṣkín [ zvakiSkin ]

mfn. ( said of demons

accord. to some ' having the tail of a dog ' ) cf. AV. viii, 6, 6



śva-krīḍin [ zvakrIDin ]

mfn. keeping dogs for pleasure cf. Mn. iii, 164

m. a breeder of sporting dogs cf. W.



śva-kharôṣṭra [ zvakharoSTra ]

n. sg. a dog and an ass and a camel cf. Mn. iv, 115



śva-gaṇa [ zvagaNa ]

m. a pack of hounds cf. Hariv.



śva-gaṇika [ zvagaNika ]

mf ( ī ) n. accompanied by a pack of hounds, Pr^ayasc

m. a hunter cf. W.

m. and ( ī ) f. a dog feeder

one who is drawn by dog cf. ib.



śva-gaṇin [ zvagaNin ]

mfn. having packs of hounds cf. Ragh

m. a leader of pack of hounds cf. Caṇḍ



śva-gardabha [ zvagardabha ]

n. sg. dogs and asses cf. Mn. x, 15

-pati m. one who possesses dogs and asses, Bhp



śva-graha [ zvagraha ]

m. ' dog-seizer ', N. of a demon hostile to children cf. ĀpGṛ.



śva-ghnī [ zvaghnI ]

under -han



śva-cakra [ zvacakra ]

n. ' chapter on dogs ', N. of the 89th Adhyāya of cf. VarBṛS.



śva-caṇḍāla [ zvacaNDAla ]

m. one whose father is a Brāhman and mother a Caṇḍālī cf. L.

n. ( g. gavâśvâdi ) a dog and a Caṇḍāla ( also -cāṇḍāla cf. MW. )



śva-caryā [ zvacaryA ]

f. a dog's state of life cf. MBh.



śva-cillī [ zvacillI ]

f. a kind of vegetable ( = śunaka-c° ) cf. L.



śva-jāghanī [ zvajAghanI ]

f. a dog's tail cf. Mn. cf. MBh. cf. KātyŚr. cf. Sch.



śva-jīvana [ zvajIvana ]

mfn. living by breeding dog cf. Nir. cf. Sch.



śva-jīvikā [ zvajIvikA ]

f. dog-life, servitude cf. L.



śva-jīvin [ zvajIvin ]

m. a breeder of dogs cf. Viṣṇ



śva-daṃṣṭraka [ zvadaMSTraka ]

m. Tribulus Lanuginosus cf. L.



śva-daṃṣṭrā [ zvadaMSTrA ]

f. a dog's tooth cf. W.

Asteracantha Longifolia cf. Suśr. cf. Car.

= go-kṣura cf. MW.



śva-daṃṣṭrin [ zvadaMSTrin ]

m. a kind of animal cf. Car.



śva-dayita [ zvadayita ]

n. ' dear to dog ', a bone cf. L.



śva-dṛti [ zvadRti ]

m. a dog's bladder cf. MBh.



śva-dhūrta [ zvadhUrta ]

m. ' dog-rogue ', a jackal cf. L.



śva-nakula [ zvanakula ]

n. sg. a dog and an ichneumon cf. Mn. xi, 159



śva-nara [ zvanara ]

m. a dog-like fellow, low feeder, currish or snappish feeder cf. MW.



śva-niśa [ zvaniza ]

n. or ( ā ), f. ' dog-night ', a night on which dogs bark and howl cf. L. cf. Pāṇ. cf. Sch.



śva-nī' [ zvanI ]

m. a dog-leader cf. MaitrS.



śva-pa [ zvapa ]

m. ' keeper of dog ', a possessor of dog cf. Hariv.



śva-paka [ zvapaka ]

w.r. for -paca cf. Rājat



śva-pac [ zvapac ]

m. = next cf. Mn. iii, 92



śva-paca [ zvapaca ]

m. and ( ā or ī ) f. ' one who cooks dog ', a man or woman of a low and outcaste tribe ( the son of a Caṇḍāla and a Brāhmaṇī, or of a Nishṭya and a previously unmarried Kirātī, or of an Ugra woman by a Kshatriya, or of a Kshṭhounds woman by an Ugra, or of a Brāhmaṇī by an Ambashṭha, often = caṇḍāla

he acts as a public executioner and carries out the bodies of those who die without kindred ) cf. ŚāṅkhGṛ. cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.

a dog-feeder, dog-keeper cf. W.

( ī ), f. ( cf. above )

a form of one of the Śaktis of Śiva cf. MW.

-tā f. or -tva n. the condition of a member of the above low caste cf. MBh.



śva-pati [ zvapati ]

( śvá- ), m. a lord or possessor of dogs cf. VS. cf. MaitrS. cf. BhP.



śva-pad [ zvapad ]

( śvá- ), m. a wild animal cf. AV. cf. ĀpŚr.



śva-pada [ zvapada ]

n. a dog's foot ( or its mark branded on the body ) cf. Mn. ix, 237



śva-pāka [ zvapAka ]

m. one who cooks dogs, a man of an outcaste tribe ( = -paca above ) cf. Baudh. cf. Mn. cf. MBh. etc.

( ī ), f. a woman of the above outcaste tribe cf. Rājat



śva-pāda [ zvapAda ]

m. = -pada cf. ib.



śva-pāmana [ zvapAmana ]

m. Pavetta Indica cf. L.



śva-puccha [ zvapuccha ]

n. the tail or hind part of a dog cf. Pañcat

Hemionitis Cordifolia cf. L. ( cf. śvā-p° )



śva-poṣaka [ zvapoSaka ]

m. a dog-feeder, huntsman cf. Kād



śva-phala [ zvaphala ]

m. a citron-tree cf. L.

n. the lime or common citron cf. MW.



śva-phalka [ zvaphalka ]

m. N. of a son of Vṛshṇi cf. Hariv. cf. Pur.



śva-bāla [ zvabAla ]

w.r. for -vāla



śva-bhakṣa [ zvabhakSa ]

or ( v.l. ), mfn. eating dog's meat cf. MBh.



śva-bhakṣya [ zvabhakSya ]

( v.l. ), mfn. eating dog's meat cf. MBh.



śva-bhīru [ zvabhIru ]

m. ' dog-fearing ', a jackal cf. L.



śva-bhojana [ zvabhojana ]

n. a meal for dog ( said of the body ) cf. BhP.

m. ' having dog for food ', N. of a hell cf. VP.



śva-bhojin [ zvabhojin ]

mfn. eating dog's flesh cf. R.



śva-māṃsa [ zvamAMsa ]

n. dog's flesh cf. Mn. x, 106



śva-mukha [ zvamukha ]

m. pl. N. of a people cf. VarBṛS.



śva-yātu [ zvayAtu ]

( śvá- ), m. a demon in the shape of a dog cf. RV.



śva-yūtha [ zvayUtha ]

n. ( śvā-yūthika ) or ( cf. MW. ) a number or pack of dogs



śva-yūthya [ zvayUthya ]

n. ( cf. MW. ) a number or pack of dogs



śva-rūpa-dhārin [ zvarUpadhArin ]

mfn. wearing or having the form of a dog cf. MW.



śva-lih [ zvalih ]

mfn. ( nom. -liṭ ) licking up or lapping like a dog cf. Pāṇ. 8-4, 42 cf. Sch.



śva-lehya [ zvalehya ]

mfn. to be lapped by a dog ( as a well with little water ) cf. Pāṇ. 2-1, 33 cf. Sch. - 1



śva-vat [ zvavat ]

mfn. keeping dogs, m. a dog-feeder, dog-trainer cf. Mn. cf. MBh. cf. Vas. - 2



śva-vat [ zvavat ]

ind. like a dog, cur-like cf. MW.



śva-vartá [ zvavarta ]

m. a kind of worm cf. AV. ( v.l. for śavartá )



śva-vāla [ zvavAla ]

m. dog's hair cf. Kathās.



śva-viṣṭhā [ zvaviSThA ]

f. dog's excrement cf. Mn. x, 91



śva-vṛtti [ zvavRtti ]

f. ' dog-subsistence ', gaining a livelihood by menial service ( forbidden to Brāhmans ) cf. Mn. iv, 4, 6 cf. Rājat. cf. BhP. etc.

mfn. living on dog, Prâyaśc

a ' lick-spittle ' or most contemptible toady cf. Yājñ. cf. Sch.



śva-vṛttin [ zvavRttin ]

mfn. living on dog cf. Yājñ.



śva-vyāghra [ zvavyAghra ]

m. a beast of prey, a tiger or hunting leopard cf. L.



śva-śīrṣa [ zvazIrSa ]

mfn. having a dog's head cf. L.



śva-suta [ zvasuta ]

or m. Conyza Lacera cf. L.



śva-suna [ zvasuna ]

m. Conyza Lacera cf. L.



śva-sṛgāla [ zvasRgAla ]

n. sg. a dog and a jackal cf. Pat. on cf. Pāṇ. 2-4, 12 cf. Vārtt. 2



śva-spṛṣṭa [ zvaspRSTa ]

mfn. touched by a dog, defiled cf. W.



śva-hata [ zvahata ]

mfn. killed by a dog or dogs cf. ib.



śva-han [ zvahan ]

mf ( ghnī ) n. one killing by means of dog cf. MW.

m. a hunter cf. ib.

( ghnī ), f. a hunter's wife cf. ib.



śva-hāna [ zvahAna ]

See śauvah°



śvâgra [ zvAgra ]

n. a dog's tail cf. Kathās



śvâjina [ zvAjina ]

n. a dog's skin cf. Āpast



śvâda [ zvAda ]

m. = śvapāka cf. BhP.



śvânala [ zvAnala ]

m. N. of a form or Garuḍa cf. Vīrac



śvâśva [ zvAzva ]

m. ' having a dog for a horse ', N. of Bhairava ( or Śiva mounted on a dog ) cf. L.



śvâhi [ zvAhi ]

m. ' dog-serpent ', N. of a son of Vṛjina-vat cf. BhP.



śva [ zva ]

2 ( ifc. ) = 1. śvan cf. MW.