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I. Sanskrit-English Glossary. 203 dus insep. prefix, bad; bard. dhanus n., bow. V duh (dogdhi, dugdhé: 428) milk. dharma m., right; law; virtue. duhit; f., daughter. 1 Idhā (dádhāti, dhatté : 435) put, dūta m., messenger, envoy. place; - t api close, cover, \/dſ in caus. (dāráyati) + vi tear | keep shut; - tā put on; mid., open. receive; — + sam-ā lay or place I'drç (127) see; cans. (darçáyati) || on; - + ni lay down; - + show; pass. (drçyáte) seem, pari in caus. (-dhāpayati), make look. put on, clothe in (two acc.); dụç f., look, glance; eye. - t vi arrange, ordain; - + dera m., god; f. -7, goddess; sam put together, unite; lay on. queen. 12dha (dháyati : 126) suck. devaki f., n. pr. dhātſ m., creator. devakula n., temple. dhānya n., grain. devatā f., divinity, deity. dhārmika a., rigbt, just. deça m., region, land. dhav (dhåvati) run; – + anu daiva, f. -7, divine. run after. doşa m., fault. dhāvana n., running; course. dyuti f., brilliancy. dhi f., understanding, insight. dravya n., property; object. dhīmant a., wise, prudent. draştr m., seer; autbor (of Vedic dhira a., steadfast, firm, brave. bymns, etc.). V dhū (dhunóti, dhunuté: 391), 1/dru (drávati) run. sbake. V druh (drúhyati) be hostile, offend. 1 dhệ in caus. (dhāráyati) bear. dra (332) num., two. dhịti f., firmness; courage. drāḥstha m., doorkeeper. dhenu f., cow. dvár f., door, gate. dhāirya n., steadfastness. dvija m., Aryan. V dhyā (dhyâyati) think, ponder. dvijāti m., Aryan. dritīya (335) a., second. na adv., not; with opt., cf. 207. dvipad (282) a., biped. naksatra n., lunar mansion. y driş (dvésti, drişte) bate; - + nagara n., -i f., city. pra hate extremely. nadi f., river. driş m., enemy. | nand (nándati, -te) + abhi re- dvis adv., twice. joice in, greet joyfully (acc.). dvīpin m., panther. 1 nam (námati), intr., bow, bend; tr., bonor, reverence (acc.). dhana n., money, riches. namas n., honor, glory. dhanin a., wealthy. nara m., man (vir and homo). Univ Calif - Digitized by Microsoft ®