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(myth) দ্বারা সংসদ বাংলা ডিকশোনারির সবগুলো শব্দ

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অকাল
(p. 2) akāla an inauspicious time; hard times; an unusual time (অকালের বর্ষা); premature time (অকালপক্ব); inappropriate time; (loos.) scarcity, famine. ̃কুষ্মাণ্ড n. a gourd grown at an unusual time; (fig.) a useless or stupid person. ̃জ, ̃জাত a. born at an unusual time; untimely or prematurely born. ̃জলদোদয় untimely gathering of clouds. ̃পক্ক a. (of fruits) prematurely ripened; (of persons) precocious, pert. ̃পক্কতা n. premature ripeness; precocity, pertness. ̃বর্ষণ n. untimely rain. ̃বার্ধক্য n. premature ageing. ̃বৃদ্ধ a. gone old prematurely. ̃বোধন n. (myth.) untimely awakening of Goddess Durga by Ramachandra; (fig.) any untimely performance. ̃মরণ, ̃মৃত্যু n. premature death. 41)
অক্রূর
(p. 2) akrūra not crooked; not cruel or merciless; simple, straightforward. n. (myth.) uncle of Krishna. 82)
অতল
(p. 9) atala (myth.) the first of the seven underworlds. a. bottomless, abysmal; unfathomable; extremely deep. ̃স্পর্শ a. abysmal; unfathomable; extremely deep. 141)
অদিতি
(p. 17) aditi (myth.) the mother of gods. ̃নন্দন n. a son of Aditi; a god. 27)
অনিরুদ্ধ
(p. 29) aniruddha unobstructed; unhindered; unchecked; free. n. (myth.) grandson of Krishna. অনিরুদ্ধ পথ passage without any impediment or obstacle; the sky. 15)
অরুণ
(p. 75) aruṇa the sun; (myth.) the name of the charioteer of the sun; the newly-risen sun, the morning sun; glow of the morning sun; purple or crimson colour. a. purple, crimson; sanguine, florid. ̃নয়ন, ̃লোচন a. purple-eyed, crimsoneyed. অরুণিত a. crimsoned, purpled; reddened. অরুণিম a. having a purple or crimson glow; rosy. অরুণিমা n. crimson or purple glow; rosiness. অরুণোদয় n. sunrise; dawn, daybreak. অরুণোপল n. the ruby. 5)
অরুন্ধতী
(p. 75) arundhatī (astr.) a dim star in the Ursa Major; (myth.) the devoted wife of sage Vasistha (বশিষ্ঠ). 8)
অশ্বিনী
(p. 83) aśbinī the first of the twenty-seven stars according to Hindu astronomy; (myth.) the horse-shaped wife of the sun-god; (pop.) the mare. ̃কুমার, ̃নন্দন n. either of the twin brothers who are physicians of heaven. 3)
অষ্ট
(p. 83) aṣṭa eight. ̃ক n. any collection of eight, an octave; a book containing eight chapters; a verse containing eight couplets. a. eight. ̃আশি see অষ্টাশি । ̃কোণ n. (geom.) an octagon. a. octagonal ̃কোণী a. octagonal. ̃গুণ a. multiplied by eight, eightfold. n. eight times. ̃চত্বারিংশ a. forty-eighth. ̃চত্বারিংশত্ n. & a. forty-eight. ˜চত্বারিংশত্তম a. forty-eighth. fem. ̃চত্বারিংশত্তমী । ̃দিকপাল n. the eight guardian deities of the eight points of the earth. ̃ধা adv. & a. eight times; eightfold; in eight ways. ̃ধাতু n. the eight metals; gold, silver, copper, bronze, bell-metal, zinc, lead and iron. ̃নবতি n. & a. ninety-eight. ˜নবতিতম a. ninety-eighth. fem. ̃নবতিতমী । ̃নাগ n. (myth.) the eight chief snakes. ̃নায়িকা n. the eight minor goddesses; the eight manifestations of Goddess Durga (দুর্গা); (lit.) eight moods of the heroine or the sweetheart (namely, going to assignation, expecting her lover to come to her bed-chamber, worried owing to sudden absence of her lover, deceived by her lover, stricken with anger and jealousy on observing on the person of her lover signs indicating that he had been to another woman, feeling miserable for having quarrelled with and sent back her lover, enjoying domineering control over her lover, and separated from her lover as he has gone abroad). ̃পঞ্চাশত্ n. & a. fifty-eight. ˜পঞ্চাশত্তম a. fifty-eighth. fem. ̃পঞ্চাশত্তমী । ̃পাদ a. octopod. n. an octopod; the spider; a mythological octopod said to be even stronger than the lion (cp. octopus, শরভ). ̃প্রহর n. a whole day and night, twenty-four hours, a form of collective religious chanting by the Hindus continuing for twenty-four hours at a stretch. adv. throughout the whole day and night; always; ceaselessly. ̃বজ্র n. the eight infallible weapons of the eight principal gods. ̃বজ্রমিলন n. simultaneous hurling of অষ্টবজ্র,, which causes the destruction of the universe; precipitation of a highly explosive condition. ̃বসু n. the eight demi-gods (see বসু). ̃বিধ a. of eight kinds. ̃ভুজ a. eight-handed, octagonal. n. an octagon. ̃ভুজা a. & n. fem. of অষ্টভুজ । □ n. a manifestation of Goddess Durga (দুর্গা). ̃ভৈরব n. the eight terrible manifestations of Shiva (শিব). অষ্টম a. eighth. ̃মঙ্গলা n. a manifestation of Durga (দুর্গা); the custom according to which the newly-wed groom comes back to the father-in-law's house with his wife on the eighth day of marriage. অষ্টমবর্ষীয় a. of or in the eighth year; eight years old. অষ্টমবাত্সরিক, অষ্টমবার্ষিক a. of the eighth year. ̃মাংশ n. one-eighth; the eighth part. ̃মী n. fem. the eighth day of either fortnight of a lunar month. a. fem. eighth; eight years old. ̃মূর্তি n. the eight manifestations of Shiva (শিব). ̃রম্ভা n. (pop.) a mere nothing, a hoax, a mare's nest; a fiasco. ̃ষষ্টি n. & a. sixty-eight. ˜ষষ্টিতম a. sixty-eighth. ̃সপ্ততি n. & a. seventy-eight. ˜সপ্ততিতম a. seventy-eighth. ̃সিদ্ধি n. the eight superhuman qualities attainable by ascetical or austere practice. 17)
অসুর
(p. 90) asura (myth.) one of a superhuman race hostile to gods, (cp.) a Titan; a demon; a giant; a monster; (fig.) a man of gigantic appearance or superhuman strength, a monster of a man. fem. অসুরী । 14)
অস্ত
(p. 90) asta (myth.) an imaginary mountain behind which the sun goes down whilst setting (also অস্তগিরি, অস্তাচল); the setting of the sun, moon etc., going below the horizon; decline; end; fall. ̃গত, ̃মিত a. (of the sun, moon etc.) that which has set or gone below the horizon, declined. ̃গমন, ̃মন n. setting or going below the horizon, decline. ̃গামী, অস্তাচলগামী a. going to set, setting. অস্তোদয় n. the rising and setting (of the sun). adv. throughout the day; from dawn to dusk. 36)
উচ্চৈশ্রবা
(p. 143) uccaiśrabā (myth.) the horse owned by Indra (ইন্দ্র) the king of gods. 43)
উদয়
(p. 150) udaẏa dawn; rise (সূর্যোদয়) sunrise (উদয়াস্ত); flourishing; (first) appearance or coming into view (মেঘোদয়); a debut; coming into existence; stirring, first sensation (ক্ষুধার উদয়); dawning (আশার উদয়); awakening (জাতির উদয়) ̃কাল. n. the time of sunrise. ̃গিরি, উদয়াচল n. (myth.) a mountain from the top of which the sun rises every morning; a hill in Orissa. উদয়াস্ত n. the time from sunrise to sunset; the whole day; sunrise and sunset; (fig.) rise and fall. adv. from sunrise to sunset; all day long. উদয়োন্মুখ a. on the point of rising; on the point of flourishing. 94)
একাঘ্নী
(p. 182) ēkāghnī (myth.) a missile which was sure to kill only one person aimed at. 9)
ঐরাবত
(p. 187) airābata (myth.) an elephant on which Indra (ইন্দ্র) rides. 22)
কংসারি
(p. 192) kaṃsāri (myth.) the slayer of the notorious king Kamsa (কংস); an appellation of Krishna (ক়ৃষ্ণ). 12)
কনকাচল
(p. 194) kanakācala (myth.) a mountain of gold or as bright as gold. 113)
কর্বুর, কর্বূর
(p. 208) karbura, karbūra (myth.) one of an anthropophagous race, a rakshas; an anthropophagite, a cannibal; sin. a. many-coloured, variegated with colours. ̃পতি n. Ravana (রাবণ) as mentioned in the Ramayana (রামায়ণ). কর্বুরিত, কর্বূরিত n. variegated with colours, many-coloured. 13)
কল্প২
(p. 208) kalpa2 one of the principal and most ancient Hindu scriptures forming a part of the Vedic literature (also কল্পসূত্র); one whole day of Brahma (ব্রহ্মা) amounting to 432, years (কল্পান্তে); universal annihilation; a scriptural direction (নবম্যাদি কল্প); a ritual rule or a holy time (কল্পারম্ভ); object, aim (রক্ষাকল্পে); resolution (দৃঢ়কল্প); a side or party (মুখ্যকল্প). ̃তরু, ̃দ্রুম, ̃বৃক্ষ n. a (mythological) wishing-tree; (fig.) an extremely liberal and generous person. ̃লতা n. a paradisiacal creeper. ̃লোক n. a fancied land where everything is good and available, a dreamland, a Utopia, Elysium. কল্পান্ত n. end or termination of one whole day of Brahma (ব্রহ্মা); universal annihilation. কল্পান্তর n. another whole day and night of Brahma (ব্রহ্মা). কল্পান্তস্হায়ী a. everlasting, eternal. কল্পারম্ভ n. beginning or commencement of a day of Brahma (ব্রহ্মা); commencement of a holy tide. 87)
কাম২
(p. 226) kāma2 the god of love and lust (cp. Cupid, Eros); desire; passion; love; lust, eroticism; sex-urge. ̃কলা n. the erotic science, the sexual science; the science of love. ̃কেলি n. sexual intercourse; an amorous sport. ̃গন্ধ n. trace of lust; trace of sex. ̃চর a. one who can travel at will; self-willed. ̃চার n. self-will. a. self-willed. ̃চারী a. one who can travel at will; self-willed; wanton, lascivious, profligate; lustful. fem. ̃চারিণী । ̃জ a. born of lust, produced by lust, erotogenic, erotogenous. ̃জ্বর n. a terrible fit of sex hunger. ̃দ a. granting or having the power of granting whatever one desires. ̃দা a. fem. of কামদ । n. a (mythological) wishing-cow. ̃দুঘা same as কামধেনু । ̃দূতী n. a female go-between in an amour or love affair; (dero.) procuress, a bawd. ̃দেব, ̃দেবতা n. the god of love and lust (cp. Cupid. Eros). ̃ধেনু n. a (mythological) wishing-cow. ̃পত্নী n. the wife of the god of love and lust. ̃পীড়িত a. stricken with the desire for sexual intercourse; love-sick. fem. ̃পীড়িতা । ̃প্রদ same as কামদ । ̃প্রবৃত্তি n. sexual desire or appetite, sex urge. ̃বল্লভ n. the spring. ̃বাই n. a maddening sex urge. ̃বাণ n. any of the five arrows of the god of love and lust, any one of Cupid's arrows. কামবাণে জর্জরিত smitten with carnal desires. ̃মোহিত a. overwhelmed with sexual desire. fem. কামমোহিতা । ̃রূপ, ̃রূপী a. capable of assuming shapes at will; extremely beautiful or good-looking. ̃শর same as কামবাণ । ̃শাস্ত্র n. the the erotic science, the sexual science; the science of love. ̃সখ n. the Spring (personified). ̃সূত্র same as কামশাস্ত্র । 9)
কালপুরুষ
(p. 231) kālapuruṣa (myth.) an attendant or envoy of Yama, the god of death; (astr.) the Orion. 8)
কালাগ্নি, কালানল
(p. 231) kālāgni, kālānala (myth.) the expected divine conflagration which will annihilate the universe, the fire of universal annihilation. 35)
কালিদহ
(p. 232) kālidaha (myth.) the deep river described as the abode of Kaliya (কালিয় or কালীয়) the serpent in the Yamuna. 16)
কালিয়
(p. 232) kāliẏa (myth.) a terrible serpent living in the river Yamuna. ̃দমন n. (myth.) subdual of Kaliya (কালিয়) by Lord Krishna (কৃষ্ণ); Lord Krishna. 22)
কিন্নর
(p. 234) kinnara (myth.) one of a class of demigods expert in music and dance. fem. কিন্নরী । 26)
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