ABIraH

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aBIraH

Apte Practical Sanskrit-English Dictionary

aBIraH [aBimuKIkftya Irayati gAH, Ir,

ac] 1 A cowherd. --2 N. of a pas-

toral people; more usually written

ABIra q. v. --rI The language of

the aBIra people. --raM N. of a metre

see ABIra. --Comp. --pallI a hamlet of

cowherds.



ABIraH [A samaMtAt BiyaM rAti, rA-ka

Tv.] 1 A cowherd; ABIravAmanayanAhftamA-

nasAya dattaM mano yadupate tadidaM gfhARa Udb.;

according to Ms. 10. 15 ABIra is

the offspring of a Brāhmaṇa and a

female of the Ambaṣṭha tribe. --2

(pl.) N. of a country or its inhabi-

tants; SrIkoMkaRAdayoBAge tApItaH paScime

tawe . ABIradeSo deveSi viMDyaSEle vyavasTitaH ...

--rI 1 A cowherd's wife. --2 A wom-

an of the Ābhīra tribe. --3 The

language of the Ābhīras; ABIrezu

'taTABIrI' (prayoktavyA) S. D. 432.

--Comp. --palliH, --llI f., --pallikA a

station or abode of herdsmen, a

village inhabited by cowherds.


Sabda-kalpadruma

aBIraH , puM, (aBIrayati gA aBimuKIkftya gozWaM

nayati, aBi + Ira + Ric + ac .) ABIraH .

gopaH . ityamarawIkAyAM ramAnATaH ..



ABIraH , puM, (A samantAt BiyaM rAti . rA dAne

Ata iti kaH .) gopaH . ityamaraH .. Ahira iti

BAzA . sa ca brAhmaRAdambazWAyAM jAtaH . iti

manuH ..