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Some symbolic expressions for number "six"

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aṁgam aṅga arāti arātiḥ ari ūrmi ṛtu tarka rasa ṣaṣ ṣaṣṭika

aṁgam - अंगम्

aṅga - अङ्ग

arāti - अराति

arātiḥ - अरातिः

ari - अरि

ūrmi - ऊर्मि

ṛtu - ऋतु

tarka - तर्क

rasa - रस

ṣaṣ - षष्

ṣaṣṭika - षष्टिक

अंगम् Apte, Vaman Shivaram: The Practical Sanskrit-English Dictionary. Poona : 1890

aṁgam [am gatyādau bā---gan; according to Nir. aṁgaṁ aṁganāt aṁcanāt vā]

(1) The body.

(2) A limb or member of the body; śeṣāṁganirmāṇavidhau vidhātuḥ Ku. 1. 33;

kleśasyāṁgamadattvā Pt. 5. 32 without undergoing troubles; iti svapnopamānmasvā kāmānmā

gāstadaṁgatāṁ . Ki. 11. 34 do not be influenced or swayed by them (do not be subject to

them).

(3) (a.) A division or department (of any thing), a part or portion, as of a whole; as

saptāṁgaṁ rājyaṁ, caturaṁgaṁ balaṁ, catuḥṣaṣṭyaṁgaṁ jyotiḥśāstraṁ see the words;

gītāṁgānāṁ Pt. 5. 56; yajñaścetpratiruddhaḥsyādekenāṁgena yajvanaḥ Ms. 11. 11. (Hence)

(b.) A supplementary or auxiliary portion, supplement; ṣaḍaṁgaḥ or sāṁgaḥ vedaḥ. (c.) A

constituent part, essential requisite or component; sarvairbalāṁgaiḥ R. 7. 59;

tadaṁgamagryaṁ maghavan mahākratoḥ R. 3. 46. (d.) An attributive or secondary part;

secondary, auxiliary or dependent member (serving to help the principal one) (opp. pradhāna

or aṁgin); aṁgī raudrarasastatra sarveṁ'gāni rasāḥ punaḥ S. D. 517; atra

svabhāvoktirutprekṣāṁgaṁ Malli. on Ki. 8. 26. (e.) An auxiliary means or expedient

(pradhānopayogī upāyaḥ or upakaraṇaṁ); sarvakāryaśarīreṣu muktvāṁgaskaṁdhapaṁcakaṁ .

maṁtro yodha ivādhīraḥ sarvāṁgaiḥ saṁvṛtairapi .. Śi. 2. 28--29; See aṁgāṁgi, paṁcāṁga

also (the angas of the several sciences or departments of knowledge will be given under those

words).

(4) (Gram.) A name for the base of a word; yasmātpratyayavidhistadādipratyaye aṁgaṁ P.

I. 4. 13; yaḥ pratyayo yasmātkriyate tadādiśabdasvarūpaṁ tasminpratyaye pare aṁgasaṁjñaṁ

syāt Sk. The aṁga terminations are those of the nominative, and accusative singular and dual.

(5) (Drama) (a.) One of the sub-divisions of the five joints or sandhis in dramas; the mukha

has 12, pratimukha 13, garbha 12, vimarṣa 13 and upasaṁhāra 14, the total number of the

angas being thus 64; for details see the words. (b.) The whole body of subordinate characters.

(6) (Astr.) A name for the position of stars (lagna), See aṁgādhīśa.

(7) A symbolical expression for the number six (derived from the six Vedāṅgas).

(8) The mind; hiraṇyagarbhāṁgabhuvaṁ muniṁ hariḥ Śi. 1. 1, See aṁgaja also. --gaḥ (pl.)

N. of a country and the people inhabiting it, the country about the modern Bhagalpur in Bengal.

[It lay on the south of Kauśikī Kachchha and on the right bank of the Ganges. Its capital was

Champa, sometimes called Angapuri, Lomapādapuri, Karṇapurī or Mālini. According to Daṇḍin

(aṁgeṣu gaṁgātaṭe bahiścaṁpāyāḥ) and Hiouen Thsang it stood on the Ganges about 24 miles

west of a rocky island. General Cunningham has shown that this description applies to the hill

opposite Patharghata, that it is 24 miles east of Bhagalpur, and that there are villages called

Champanagar and Champapura adjoining the last. According to Sanskrit poets the country of

the Angas lay to the east of Girivraja the capital of Magadha and to the north-east or south-east

of Mithila. The country was in ancient times ruled by Karṇa.] --a.

(1) Contiguous.

(2) Having members or divisions.

-- Comp.

--aṁgi, --aṁgībhāvaḥ [aṁgasya aṁgino bhāvaḥ] the relation of a limb to the body, of

the subordinate to the principal, or of that which is helped or fed to the helper or feeder

(gauṇamukhyabhāvaḥ, upakāryopakārakabhāvaśca); e. g. prayāja and other rites are to darśa

as its angas, while darśa is to them the aṅgī; aṁgāṁgibhāvamajñātvā kathaṁ

sāmarthyanirṇayaḥ . paśya ṭiṭṭibhamātreṇa samudro vyākulīkṛtaḥ .. H. 2. 149; atra vākye

samāsagatayorupamayoḥ sādhyasādhanabhāvāt -vena saṁbaṁdhaḥ Malli. on Ki. 6. 2;

aviśrāṁtijuṣāmātmanyaṁgāṁgitvaṁ tu saṁkaraḥ K. P. 10 (anugrāhyānugrāhakatvaṁ). --

adhipaḥ, --adhīśaḥ 1. lord of the Angas, N. of Karṇa (cf. -rājaḥ, -patiḥ, -īśvaraḥ, -adhīśvaraḥ).

2. 'lord of a lagnaṁ, the planet presiding over it; (aṁgādhipe balini sarvavibhūtisaṁpat;

aṁgādhīśaḥ svagehe budhagurukavibhiḥ saṁyuto vīkṣito vā Jyotisha).

--apūrvaṁ effect of a secondary sacrificial act.

--karman -n. kriyā 1. besmearing the body with fragrant cosmetics, rubbing it &c. Dk.

39. 2. a supplementary sacrificial act.

--grahaḥ spasm; seizure of the body with some illness.

--ja --jāta a. [aṁgāt jāyate jan-ḍa.] produced from or on the body, being in or on the

body, bodily; -jaṁ rajaḥ, -jāḥ alaṁkārāḥ &c. 2. produced by a supplementary rite. 3. beautiful,

ornamental. (--jaḥ) --janus also 1. a son. 2. hair of the body (n also); tavottarīyaṁ karicarma

sāṁgajaṁ Ki. 18. 32. 3. love, cupid (aṁgaṁ manaḥ tasmājjātaḥ); intoxicating passion;

aṁgajarāgadīpanāt Dk. 161. 4. drunkenness, intoxication. 5. a disease. (

--jā) a daughter. (

--jaṁ) blood.

--jvaraḥ [aṁgamaṁgaṁ adhikṛtya jvaraḥ] the disease called rājayakṣmā, a sort of

consumption.

--dvīpaḥ one of the six minor Dvīpas.

--nyāsaḥ [aṁgeṣu maṁtrabhedasya nyāsaḥ] touching the limbs of the body with the

hand accompanied by appropriate Mantras.

--pāliḥ f. [aṁgaṁ pālyate saṁbadhyate 'tra, aṁga-pāl-i] an embrace (probably a

corruption of aṁkapāli). --pālikā = aṁkapāli q. v.

--pratyaṁgaṁ [samā. dvaṁdva] every limb, large and small; -gāni pāṇinā spṛṣṭvā K.

167, 72.

--prāyaścittaṁ [aṁgasya śuddhyarthaṁ prāyaścittaṁ] expiation of bodily impurity, such

as that caused by the death of a relative, consisting in making presents

(paṁcaśūnājanyaduritakṣayārthaṁ kāryaṁ dānarūpaṁ prāyaścittaṁ Tv.).

--bhūḥ a. [aṁgāt manaso vā bhavati; bhū-kvip] born from the body or mind. (

--bhūḥ) 1. a son. 2. Cupid. 3. [aṁgānāṁ aṁgamaṁtrāṇāṁ bhūḥ sthānaṁ] one who has

touched and purified, and then restrained, his limbs by repeating the Mantras pertaining to

those limbs; brahmāṁgabhūrbrahmaṇi yojitātmā Ku. 3. 15 (sadyojātādimaṁtrāṇāṁ aṁgānāṁ

hṛdayādimaṁtrāṇāṁ bhūḥ sthānaṁ, kṛtamaṁtranyāsaḥ Malli.).

--bhaṁgaḥ 1. palsy or paralysis of limbs; -vikala iva bhūtvā sthāsyāmi S. 2. 2. twisting

or stretching out of the limbs (as is done by a man just after he rises from sleep);

sāṁgabhaṁgamutthāya Vb.; jṛṁbhitaiḥ sāṁgabhaṁgaiḥ Mu. 3. 21, K. 85.

--maṁtraḥ N. of a Mantra.

--mardaḥ [aṁgaṁ mardayati; mṛd ṇic] 1. one who shampoos his master's body. 2.

[bhāve ghañ] act of shampooing; so -mardakā or -mardin, mṛṭ-ṇic ṇvul or ṇini) one who

shampoos.

--marṣaḥ [ṣa. ta.] rheumatism; -praśamanaṁ the curing of this disease.

--yajñaḥ, --yāgaḥ [aṁgībhūtaḥ yajñaḥ] a subordinate sacrificial act which is of 5 sorts:

samidho yajati, tanūnapātaṁ yajati, iḍo yajati, barhiryajati, svāhākāraṁ yajati iti paṁcavidhāḥ .

eteṣāṁ sakṛdanaṣṭhānenaiva taṁtranyāyena pradhānayāgānāmāgneyādīnāmupakāriteti

mīmāṁsā Tv.

--raktaḥ --ktaṁ [aṁge avayave raktaḥ] N. of a plant guḍārocanī found in kāṁpilya

country and having red powder (raktāṁgalocanī). --rakṣakaḥ [aṁgaṁ rakṣati; rakṣ-ṇvul] a

body-guard, personal attendant Pt. 3.

--rakṣaṇī [aṁgaṁ rakṣyate 'nayā] a coat of mail, or a garment. (

--ṇaṁ) protection of person.

--rāgaḥ [aṁgaṁ rajyate anena karaṇe ghañ] 1. a scented cosmetic, application of

perfumed unguents to the body, fragrant unguent; puṣpagaṁdhena aṁgarāgeṇa R. 12. 27, 6.

60, Ku. 5. 11. 2. [bhāve lyuṭ] act of anointing the body with unguents.

--ruhaṁ [aṁge rohati; ruh kvip sa. ta.] hair; vihaṁgarājāṁgaruhairivāyataiḥ Śi. 1. 7.

--lipiḥ f. written character of the Angas.

--lepaḥ [aṁgaṁ lipyate anena; lipkaraṇe ghañ] 1. a scented cosmetic. 2. [bhāve ghañ]

act of anointing.

--loḍyaḥ (ety. ?) a kind of grass, ginger or its root, Amomum Zingiber.

--vikala a. [tṛ. ta.] 1. maimed, paralysed. 2 fainting, swooning.

--vikṛtiḥ f. 1. change of bodily appearance; collapse. 2. [aṁgasya vikṛtiścālanādiryasmāt

paṁ. ba.] an apoplectic fit, swooning, apoplexy (apasmāra). --vikāraḥ a bodily defect.

--vikṣepaḥ 1. movement of the limbs; gesticulation. 2. a kind of dance.

--vidyā [aṁgarūpā vyākaraṇādiśāstrarūpā vidyā jñānasādhanaṁ] 1. the science of

grammar &c. contributing to knowledge. 2. the science of foretelling good or evil by the

movements of limbs; N. of chapter 51 of Bṛhat Samhitā which gives full details of this science;

na nakṣatrāṁgavidyayā ... bhikṣāṁ lipsetakarhicit Ms. 6. 50.

--vidhiḥ [aṁgasya pradhānopakāriṇaḥ vidhiḥ vidhānaṁ] a subordinate or subsidiary act

subservient to a knowledge of the principal one

(pradhānavidhividheyakarmaṇoṁgabodhakatayā aṁgavidhiḥ). --vīraḥ chief or principal hero.

--vaikṛtaṁ [aṁgena aṁgaceṣṭayā vaikṛtaṁ hṛdayabhāvo jñāpyate yatra bahu.] 1. a sign,

gesture or expression of the face leading to a knowledge of internal thoughts (ākāra). 2. a nod,

wink. 3 changed bodily appearance.

--vaiguṇyaṁ a defect or flaw in the performance of some subordinate or subsidiary act

which may be expiated by thinking of Viṣṇu); śrāddhādipaddhatau karmāṁte

yatkiṁcidaṁgavaiguṇyaṁ jātaṁ taddoṣapraśamanāya viṣṇusmaraṇamahaṁ kariṣye

ityabhilāpavākyaṁ Tv.).

--saṁskāraḥ, --saṁskriyā [aṁgaṁ saṁskriyate anena; kṛ-karaṇe or bhāve-ghañ] 1.

embellishment of person, personal decoration, doing whatever secures a fine personal

appearance, such as bathing, rubbing the body, perfuming it with cosmetics &c. 2. [kartari aṇ]

one who decorates or embellishes the person.

--saṁhatiḥ f. compactness, symmetry; body; stheyasīṁ dadhatamaṁgasaṁhatiṁ Ki. 13.

50; or strength of the body.

--saṁgaḥ bodily contact, union; coition.

--sevakaḥ a personal attendant, body-guard.

--skaṁdhaḥ [karma.] a subdivision of a science.

--sparśaḥ fitness or qualification for bodily contact or being touched by others.

--hāniḥ f. 1. a defect or flaw in the performance of a secondary or subsidiary act (= -

vaiguṇyaṁ); daivād bhramāt pramādāccedaṁgahāniḥ prajāyate . smaraṇādeva tadviṣṇoḥ

saṁpūrṇaṁ syāditi śrutiḥ .. --hāraḥ [aṁgaṁ hriyate itastataḥ cālyate yatra, hṛ-ādhāre or bhāve

ghañ] gesticulation, movements of the limbs, a dance; saṁsaktairaguruvaneṣu sāṁgahāraṁ Ki.

7. 37, Ku. 7. 91.

--hāriḥ [aṁgaṁ hriyate 'tra; hṛ-bā-ṇi] 1. gesticulation. 2. stage; dancing-hall.

--hīna a. [tṛ. ta.] 1. mutilated, deprived of some limb, crippled. 2. having some defective

limb (aṁgaṁ hīnaṁ yathocitapramāṇāt alpaṁ yasya); according to Suśruta a man is so born, if

the mother's dohada has not been duly fulfilled (sā prāptadaurhṛdā putraṁ janayeta

guṇānvitam . alabdhadaurhṛdā garbhe labhetātmani vā bhayam .. yeṣu yeṣviṁdriyārtheṣu

daurhṛde vai vimānanā . jāyate tatsutasyārtistasmiṁstasmiṁstatheṁdriye).

अङ्ग Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

aṅga ind. a particle implying attention, assent or desire, and sometimes impatience, it may be

rendered, by well; indeed, true, please, rather quick; "kim aṅga", how much rather!

अङ्ग Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

aṅga n. ( "am" , a limb of the body

n. a limb, member

n. the body

n. a subordinate division or department, especially of a science, as the six Vedāṅgas

n. hence the number six

n. N. of the chief sacred texts of the Jainas

n. a limb or subdivision of Mantra or counsel (said to be five, viz. 1. "karmaṇām

ārambhopāyaḥ", means of commencing operations; 2. "puruṣa-dravya-sampad", providing men

and materials; 3. "deśa-kāla-vibhāga", distribution of place and time; 4. "vipatti-pratīkāra",

counter-action of disaster; 5. "kārya-siddhi", successful accomplishment; whence "mantra" is

said to be "paṇcāṅga")

n. any subdivision, a supplement

अङ्ग Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

aṅga n. (in Gr.) the base of a word, but in the strong cases only

n. anything inferior or secondary, anything immaterial or unessential, see "aṅga-tā"

अङ्ग Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

aṅga n. (in rhetoric) an illustration

अङ्ग Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

aṅga n. (in the drama) the whole of the subordinate characters

n. an expedient

n. a mental organ, the mind

अङ्ग Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

aṅga m. sg. or m. pl. N. of Bengal proper or its inhabitants

अङ्ग Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

aṅga m. (sg.), N. of a king of Aṅga

अङ्ग Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

aṅga m. (mfn.), having members or divisions

अङ्ग Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

aṅga m. contiguous

अराति Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

arāti "a-rāti" f. "non liberality", enviousness, malignity

f. failure, adversity

f. particular evil spirits (who frustrate the good intentions and disturb the happiness of man)

अराति Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

arāti "a-rāti" f. (is) m. an enemy

अराति Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

arāti "a-rāti" f. (in arithm.) the number six (there being six sins or internal enemies cf. "ṣaḍ-

varga").

अरातिः Apte, Vaman Shivaram: The Practical Sanskrit-English Dictionary. Poona : 1890

arātiḥ [na rāti dadāti sukhaṁ, rā-ka, na. ta.]

(1) An enemy, foe; deśaḥ soyamarātiśoṇitajalairyasminhradāḥ pūritāḥ Ve. 3. 31; (in the

Veda) non-offering (of sacrifices), stinginess, hardness, malignity, malevolence, failure or

adversity; malignity personified; evil spirit whose aim it was to defeat the good intentions and

disturb the happiness of man (used in f.).

(2) The number six.

(3) The sixth position (in astronomy).

-- Comp.

--dūṣaṇa, --dūṣi, --ha a. Ved. destroying adversities or enemies.

--bhaṁgaḥ destruction of enemies.

अरि Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

ari m. v.l. for "arin" below.

अरि Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

ari mfn. ( "ṛ"), attached to faithful

अरि Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

ari m. a faithful or devoted or pious man

अरि Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

ari "a-ri" mfn. ( "rā"; = "ari"1, assiduous, &c., Gnm.), not liberal, envious, hostile ("is") m. an

enemy &c.

अरि Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

ari "a-ri" mfn. ("aris") m. id. , (in astron.) a hostile planet

mfn. N. of the sixth astrological mansion (in arithm.) the number six (cf. "arāti")

mfn. a species of Khadira or Mimosa

अरि Apte, Vaman Shivaram: The Practical Sanskrit-English Dictionary. Poona : 1890

ari a. [ṛ-in] Moving, going, reaching; obtaining, aspiring, devoted to, zealous (Ved.). --riḥ

(1) An enemy, foe (cf. Uṇ. 4. 138); (used in the Veda like an adjective in the sense of

'ungenerous', 'malicious', 'not worshipping or devoted,' 'hostile'); vijitāripuraḥsaraḥ R. 1. 59,

61; 4. 4.

(2) An enemy of mankind (said of the six feelings which disturb man's mind); kāmaḥ

krodhastathā lobho madamohau ca matsaraḥ; kṛtāriṣaḍvargajayena Ki. 1. 9.

(3) A species of khadira or Mimosa (viṭkhadira).

(4) N. of the number six (from the six enemies).

(5) N. of a condition in astronomy.

(6) Any part of a carriage.

(7) A wheel.

(8) A lord, master.

(9) The wind. (10) A pious or religious man.

-- Comp.

--karṣaṇa a. tamer or subduer of enemies.

--kulaṁ 1. a host of enemies. --2. an enemy.

--gūrta a. Ved. ready for the destruction of enemies; praised by devoted men or

worshippers.

--ghnaḥ destroyer of enemies.

--ciṁtanaṁ, --ciṁtā schemes directed against enemies; administration of foreign

affairs.

--tra a. protecting from enemies.

--dhāyas a. possessed by lords only (i. e. very precious).

--naṁdana a. 'an enemy's joy', affording triumph to an enemy.

--nipātaḥ invasion made by enemies.

--bhadraḥ the foremost or most powerful enemy; R. 14. 31.

--mardaḥ 'crushing enemies' N. of a plant (kāmamarda). --mardana a. crushing or

trampling foes, destroying enemies.

--medaḥ N. of a tree (viṭkhadira); N. of a country; Bṛ. S. 14. 2.

--medakaḥ N. of an insect bred in excrement.

--sthānakaṁ consternation, defeat.

--sūdanaḥ, --han, --hiṁsakaḥ destroyer of enemies; R. 9. 18.

ऊर्मि Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

ūrmi mf. ("ṛ" , a wave, billow &c.

ऊर्मि Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

ūrmi mf. (figuratively) wave of pain or passion or grief &c. &c.

mf. "the waves of existence" (six are enumerated, viz. cold and heat [of the body],

greediness and illusion [of the mind], and hunger and thirst [of life] ; or according to others,

hunger, thirst, decay, death, grief, illusion on

mf. speed, velocity

mf. symbolical expression for the number six

mf. a fold or plait in a garment

mf. line, row

mf. missing, regretting, desire

mf. appearance, becoming manifest ; ([cf. Lith. 'vil-ni-s'; Old High Germ. 'wella'; Mod.

Germ. 'Welle'; Eng. 'well'.])

ऋतु Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

ṛtu m. ( i, 72) any settled point of time, fixed time, time appointed for any action (esp. for

sacrifices and other regular worship), right or fit time

m. an epoch, period (esp. a division or part of the year), season (the number of the

divisions of the year is in ancient times, three, five, six, seven, twelve, thirteen, and twenty-

four; in later time six seasons are enumerated, viz. Vasanta, "spring"; Grīṣma, "the hot

season"; Varṣās (f. nom. pl.), "the rainy season" , "autumn"; Hemanta, "winter"; and śiśira,

"the cool season"; the seasons are not unfrequently personified, addressed in Mantras, and

worshipped by libations) &c. &c.

m. symbolical expression for the number six &c.

m. the menstrual discharge (in women), the time after the courses (favourable for

procreation; according to sixteen days after their appearance) &c.

m. sexual union at the above time

m. fixed order, order, rule ([])

m. light, splendour

m. a particular mineral

m. N. of a ṛiṣi

m. of the twelfth Manu.

तर्क Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

tarka m. conjecture &c.

m. reasoning, speculation, inquiry &c.

m. doubt

m. system or doctrine founded on speculation or reasoning, philosophical system (esp. the

Nyāya system, but applicable also to any of the six Darśana q.v.)

m. the number 6

m. logic, confutation (esp. that kind of argument which consists in reduction to absurdity)

m. wish, desire

m. supplying an ellipsis

m. cause, motive

तर्क Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

tarka n. a philosophical system

तर्क Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

tarka n. cf. "a-, ku-, dus-, rūpa-".

रस Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

rasa m. (ifc. f. "ā") the sap or juice of plants, Juice of fruit, any liquid or fluid, the best or finest

or prime part of anything, essence, marrow &c. &c.

m. water, liquor, drink &c.

m. juice of the sugar-cane, syrup

m. any mixture, draught, elixir, potion

m. melted butter

रस Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

rasa m. (with or scil. "gavām") milk

रस Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

rasa m. (with or scil. "viṣasya") poison

m. nectar

m. soup, broth

m. a constituent fluid or essential juice of the body, serum, (esp.) the primary juice called

chyle (formed from the food and changed by the bile into blood)

m. mercury, quicksilver (sometimes regarded as a kind of quintessence of the human body,

else where as the seminal fluid of śiva)

m. semen virile

m. myrrh

m. any mineral or metallic salt

m. a metal or mineral in a state of fusion (cf. "upa-, mahā-r-")

m. gold

m. Vanguieria Spinosa

m. a species of amaranth

m. green onion

m. resin

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rasa m. = "amṛta"

m. taste, flavour (as the principal quality of fluids, of which there are 6 original kinds, viz.

"madhura", sweet; "amla", sour; "lavaṇa", salt; "kaṭuka", pungent; "tikta", bitter; and "kaṣāya",

astringent; sometimes 63 varieties are distinguished, viz. beside the 6 original ones, 15

mixtures of 2, 20 of 3, 15 of 4, 6 of 5, and 1 of 6 flavours) &c. &c.

m. N. of the number "six"

m. any object of taste, condiment, sauce, spice, seasoning &c.

m. the tongue (as the organ of taste)

m. taste or inclination or fondness for (loc. with or scil. "upari", or comp.), love, affection,

desire &c.

m. charm pleasure, delight

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rasa m. (in rhet.) the taste or character of a work, the feeling or sentiment prevailing in it

(from 8 to 10 Rasas are generally enumerated, viz. "śṛṅgāra", love; "vīra", heroism; "bībhatsa",

disgust; "raudra", anger or fury; "hāsya", mirth; "bhayānaka", terror; "karuṇa", pity; "adbhuta",

wonder; "śānta", tranquillity or contentment; "vātsalya", paternal fondness; the last or last two

are sometimes omitted; cf. under "bhāva") &c.

m. the prevailing sentiment in human character

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rasa m. (with Vaiṣṇavas) disposition of the heart or mind, religious sentiment (there are 5

Rasas or Ratis forming the 5 degrees of "bhakti" q.v., viz. "śānti, dāsya, sākhya, vātsalya", and

"mādhurya")

m. a kind of metre

m. N. of the sacred syllable, "Om, "

m. the son of a Niṣāda and a śanakī

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ṣaṣ mfn. pl. (prob. for orig. "ṣakṣ"; nom. acc. "ṣaṭ" instr. "ṣaḍbhis" dat. abl. "ṣaḍbhyas", gen.

"ṣaṇṇām" loc. "ṣaṭsu"; in comp. "ṣaṣ" becomes "ṣaṭ" before hard letters, "ṣaḍ" before soft, "ṣo"

before "d", which is changed into "ḍ", and "ṇ" before nasals) six (with the counted object in

apposition or exceptionally in gen. or ifc. e.g. "ṣaḍ ṛtavah", or "ṣaḍ ṛtunām", "the six seasons",

"ṣaṭsu" "ṣatsu māseṣu", "at periods of six months" viii 403 at the end of a Bahuvrihi compound

it is declined like other words ending in "ṣ", e. g. "priya-ṣaṣas" nom. pl. ; among the words

used as expressions for the number six (esp. in giving dates) are "aṅga, darśana, tarka, rasa,

ṛtu" "vajrakoṇa" "kārttikeya-mukha") &c.&c.

षष् Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

ṣaṣ mfn. (in gram) a tech. N. for numerals ending in "ṣ" and "n" and words like "kati"

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ṣaṣ mfn. ("ṣaṭ") ind. six times 'sex'; Goth. 'saihs'; Germ. 'sehs', 'sechs'; Eng. 'six'.]

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ṣaṣ num. a. (used in pl., nom. ṣaṭ; gen. ṣaṇṇāṁ) Six; Ms. 1. 16, 8, 403.

-- Comp.

--akṣīṇaḥ (ṣaḍakṣīṇaḥ) a fish.

--aṁgaṁ (ṣaḍaṁgaṁ) 1. six parts of the body taken collectively: jaṁghe bāhū śiro

madhyaṁ ṣaḍaṁgamidamucyate. --2. the six works auxiliary to the Veda; śikṣā kalpo

vyākaraṇaṁ niruktaṁ chaṁdasāṁ citiḥ . jyotiṣāmayanaṁ caiva ṣaḍaṁgo veda ucyate; see

vedāṁga also. --3. six auspicious things, i. e. the six things obtained from a cow: gomūtraṁ

gomayaṁ kṣīraṁ sarpirdadhi ca rocanā . ṣaḍagametan māṁgalyaṁ paṭhitaṁ sarvadā gavām.

--3. any set of six articles. -jit m. N. of Viṣṇu.

--aṁghriḥ (ṣaḍaṁghriḥ) a bee.

--adhika a. (ṣaḍadhika) exceeded by six; Mal. 5. 1.

--abhijñaḥ (ṣaḍabhijñaḥ) a Buddhist deified saint.

--aśīta a. (ṣaḍaśīta) eighty-sixth.

--aśītaḥ f. (ṣaḍaśītiḥ) eighty-six.

--ahaḥ (ṣaḍahaḥ) a period of six days.

--ānanaḥ, --vaktraḥ, --vadanaḥ (ṣaḍānanaḥ, ṣaḍvaktraḥ, ṣaḍvadanaḥ) epithets of

Kārtikeya; ṣaḍānanāpītapayodharāsu netā camūnāmiva kṛttikāsu R. 14. 22.

--āmnāyaḥ (ṣaḍāmnāyaḥ) the six-fold Tantra.

--ūṣaṇaṁ (ṣaḍūṣaṇaṁ) six spices taken collectively; paṁcakrolaṁ samaricaṁ

ṣaḍūṣaṇamudāhṛtam. --karṇa a. (ṣaṭkarṇa) heard by six ears; i. e. by a third person other than

the speaker and the person spoken to, told to more than one listener (as a counsel, secret

&c.); ṣaṭkarṇo bhidyate maṁtraḥ Pt. 1. 99. (

--rṇaḥ) a kind of lute.

--karman n. (ṣaṭkarman) 1. the six acts or duties enjoined on a Brāhmaṇa; they are:

adhyāpanamadhyayanaṁ yajanaṁ yājanaṁ tathā . dānaṁ pratigrahaścaiva

ṣaṭkarmāṇyagrajanmanaḥ Ms. 10. 75. --2. the six acts allowable to a Brahmaṇa for his

subsistence; uṁchaṁ pratigraho bhikṣā vāṇijyaṁ paśupālana . kṛṣikarma tathā ceti

ṣaṭkarmāṇyagrajanmanaḥ ... --3. the six acts that may be performed by means of magic; śāti,

vaśakiraṇa, staṁbhata, vidveṣa, uccāṭana, and māraṇa. --4. the six acts belonging to the

practice of Yoga; dhautirvastī tathā netī nīlikī (naulikī) trāṭakastathā . kapālabhātī caitāni

ṣaṭkarmāṇi samācaret. (--m.) 1. a Brāhmaṇa skilled in the above six acts. --2. one well-versed

in the Tantra magical rites.

--koṇa a. (ṣaṭakoṇa) hexangular. (

--ṇaṁ) 1. a hexagon. --2. the thunderbolt of Indra.

--gayā the sixfold gayā; gayāgajo gayādityo gāyatrī ca gadādharaḥ . gayā

gayāsuraścaiva ṣaḍgayā muktidāyakāḥ ... --gavaṁ (ṣaḍgavaṁ) 1. a team or yoke of six oxen.

--2. a yoke of six (sometimes after the names of other animals); e. g. hasti-, aśva- 'six

elephants, horses &c.'.

--guṇa a. (ṣaḍguṇa) 1. sixfold. --2. having six attributes. (

--ṇaṁ) an assemblage of six qualities. --2. the six expedients to be used by a king in

foreign polities; see under guṇa

(21); cf. ṣāḍguṇya also. --graṁthi n. (ṣaḍgraṁthi) the root of long pepper. --grāṁthikā

(ṣaḍgraṁthikā) zedoary (śaṭhī). --cakraṁ (ṣaṭcakraṁ) the six mystical circles of the body. --

catvāriṁśat (ṣaṭcatvāriṁśat) forty-six. --caraṇaḥ (ṣaṭcaraṇaḥ) 1. a bee; S. 1. 23. --2. a locust.

--3. a louse. --jaḥ (ṣaḍjaḥ) the fourth (or first according to some) of the seven primary notes of

the Indian gamut; so called because it is derived from the six organs: --nāsāṁ

kaṁṭhamurastālu jihvāṁ datāṁśca saṁspṛśan . ṣaḍjaḥ saṁjāyate (ṣaḍbhyaḥ saṁjāyate)

yasmāttasmāt ṣaḍja iti smṛtaḥ; it is asid to resemble the note of peacocks; ṣaḍjaṁ rauti

mayūrastu Nārada; ṣaḍjasaṁvāditīḥ kekāḥ dvidhā bhinnāḥ śivaṁḍibhiḥ R. 1. 39. --triṁśat f.

(ṣaṭtriṁśat) thirty-six; (ṣaṭtriṁśa a. thirtysixth). --darśanaṁ (ṣaḍadarśanaṁ) the six principal

systems of Hindu philosophy; they are: sāṁkhya, yoga, nyāya, vaiśeṣika, mīmāṁsā, and

vedāṁta. (--naḥ) one conversant with the above six systems. --dīrghaḥ the six long vowels: ā,

ī, ū, ai, and au. --durgaṁ (ṣaḍdurgaṁ) the six kinds of forts taken collectively; dhanvadurgaṁ

mahīdurgaṁ giridurgaṁ tathaiva ca . manuṣyadurgaṁ mṛddurgaṁ vanadurgāmiti kramāt .. --

navati f. (ṣaṇṇavatiḥ) ninety-six. --paṁcāśat f. (ṣaṭpaṁcāśat) fifty-six. --padaḥ (ṣaṭpadaḥ) 1. a

bee; na paṁkajaṁ tadyadalīnaṣaṭdaṁ na ṣaṭpado'sau na juguṁja yaḥ kalaṁ Bk. 2. 19; Ku. 5.

9; R. 6. 69. --2. a louse. --3. a verse consisting of six padas. -atithiḥ 1. the mango tree. --2. the

Champaka tree. -ānaṁdavardhanaḥ the Aśoka or Kiṅkirāta tree. -jya a. having bees for the

bow-string (as the bow of Cupid); prāyaścāpaṁ na vahati bhayānmanmathaḥ ṣaṭpadajyaṁ Me.

73. -priyaḥ the tree called nāgakeśara. --padī (ṣaṭpadī) 1. a stanza consisting of six lines. --2. a

female bee. --3. a louse. --prajñaḥ (ṣaṭprajñaḥ) 1. one who is well acquainted with six

subjects; i. e. the four Puruṣārthas or objects of human existence, the nature of the world, and

the nature of the Supreme Spirit; dharmāryakāmamokṣeṣu lokatattvārthayorapi . ṣaṭsu prajñā

tu yasyāsau ṣaṭprajñaḥ parikīrtitaḥ ... --2. a lustful or licentious man. --biṁduḥ (ṣaḍbiṁduḥ) an

epithet of Viṣṇu. --bhāgaḥ (ṣaḍbhāgaḥ) a sixth part, onesixth; S. 2. 13; Ms. 7. 131, 8. 33. --

bhuja a. (ṣaḍbhuja) 1. six-armed. --2. six-sided, hexagonal. (--jaḥ) a hexagon. (--jā) 1. an

epithet of Durgā. --2. the water-melon. --māsaḥ (ṣaṇmāsaḥ) a period of six months. --māsika

a. (ṣaṇmāsika) half-yearly, occurring every six months. --mukhaḥ (ṣaṇmukhaḥ) an epithet of

Kārtikeya; R. 17. 67. (--khā) a water-melon. --rasaṁ, --rasāḥ (m. pl.) (ṣaḍrasaṁ &c.) the six

flavours taken collectively; see under rasa. --rātraṁ (ṣaḍrātraṁ) a period of six nights. --rekhā

(ṣaḍrekhā) a water-melon. --vargaḥ (ṣaḍvargaḥ) 1 an aggregate of six things. --2. especially,

the six enemies of mankind; (also called ṣaḍripu); kāmaḥ krodhastathā lobho madamohau ca

matsaraḥ; kṛtāriṣaḍvargajayena Ki. 1. 9; vyajeṣṭa ṣaḍvargaṁ Bk. 1. 2. --viṁśatiḥ f.

(ṣaḍviṁśatiḥ) twenty-six; (ṣaḍviṁśa twentysixth). --vidha (ṣaḍvidha)) a. of six kinds, sixfold; R.

4. 26. --śāstrin m. one conversant with the six Śāstras or darśanas. --ṣaṣṭiḥ f. (ṣaṭṣaṣṭiḥ)

sixty-six. --saptatiḥ (ṣaṭsaptatiḥ) seventy-six.

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ṣaṣṭika mfn. bought with sixty

षष्टिक Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

ṣaṣṭika m. or ("ā") f. a kind of rice of quick growth (ripening in about 60 days) &c.

षष्टिक Monier-Williams, Monier: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary. London : 1899

ṣaṣṭika n. the number 60

षष्टिक Apte, Vaman Shivaram: The Practical Sanskrit-English Dictionary. Poona : 1890

ṣaṣṭika a. Bought with sixty. --kaḥ --kā A kind of rice of quick growth.