This Dictionary includes the vocubulary of Post-Vedic literature wuth emphasis on philosophical, grammatical and rhetorical terms. Further this is the only handy dictionary of its kind which breaks a word into its mponenet parts and refers to the roots deducible from sanskrit derivatives alone by way of comparative derivatives alone by way of comparative philosogical analysis. The work is therefore highly useful for the etymological analysis and linguistic training.Whiihu-bzihav-ipd. hand to hand, in close encounter. ... -pra.krit1, f. pl. constituent parts of aforeign stale (except the king). ... Wbahu/ogas, n.strenga#39;th of arm ; a. strong in the arm. fiersr bidala, m. cat: .1a, m. .11., t-ka, f. kitten, cat; -plda, m.
|Title||:||A Practical Sanskrit Dictionary with Transliteration, Accentuation, and Etymological Analysis Throughout|
|Author||:||Arthur Anthony Macdonell|
|Publisher||:||Motilal Banarsidass Publ. - 1924|