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Goldstücker Sanskrit-English Dictionary

aBUmija Tatpur. m. f. n. (-jaH-jA-jam) Not grown in (arable)

lands, grown in marsh-lands; e. g. Suśruta: anArtavaM vyA-
DihatamaparyAgatameva ca . aBUmijaM navaM cApi na DAnyaM guRava-
tsmftam . navaM DAnyamaBisyandi laGu saMvatsarozitam &c. [For
the culture of rice in India in dry arable lands and in [Page303-b+ 56]
marsh-lands (the flooded rice) comp. Crawfurds Indian
Archip. I. p. 357 ff.; and for the medicinal effect of either,
Ainslies Materia Indica I. 341. ‘the produce of the caar
crop (the flooded rice) which is reapt in October, he (Aga-
stya) considers as of a different quality; this he says “will
bring on indigestion, flatulency, eruptions on the skin, and
other evils;” he finishes by saying, that “a person had
better beg his bread, than eat the rice of the caar crop”.] E.
a neg. and BUmija, or aBUmi -ja.

Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary, 1899

a-BUmi—ja <lex>mfn.</lex> produced in unfit or unsuitable ground, <ls>Suśr.</ls>A fatal error occurred in the #info parser function

Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary, 1872

—Abhūmi-ja, as, ā, am, produced in unfit or un-

suitable ground.

Böhtlingk Sanskrit-Wörterbuch in kürzerer Fassung

aBUmija <lex>Adj.</lex> auf ungeeignetem Boden gewachsen.

Böhtlingk and Roth Grosses Petersburger Wörterbuch

aBUmija (a° + ja) <lex>adj.</lex> auf ungeeignetem Boden gewachsen: DAnyam <ls n="1.282">SUŚR. 1, 199, 19.</ls>


aBUmija tri0 na0 ta0 . 1 BUmijaBinne AkASaje jalAdO

2 apraSastaBUmO utpanne DAnyAdO ca . aBUmijaM nava-

YcApi na DAnyaM guRavat smftamiti suSrutaH .