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aBUta

Apte Practical Sanskrit-English Dictionary

aBUta a. Non-existent, what is

not or has not been; not true or

real, false; Mu. 3. 16, Ki. 14. 19.

--Comp. --AharaRaM ‘utterance of an

unreality,’ a covert expression, a

speech founded on fraud, one of

the members of garbha S. D. 365.

--tadBAvaH the becoming or being chang-

ed into, or making, that which it

is not before; kfBvastiyoMge saMpadye kartari

cvi P. V. 4. 50; aBUtatadBAve iti vaktavyaM;

akfzRaH kfzRaH saMpadyate taM karoti kfzRIkaro-

ti Sk.; cf. payoDarIBUtacatuHsamudrAM R. 2.

3. --pUrva a. unprecedented, unsurpas-

sed; aBUt ºrvo rAjA ciMtAmaRirnAma Vās. 1,

Ve. 3. 2, Śi. 3. 3. --prAdurBAvaH becom-

ing manifest of what has not been

before. --Satru a. having no enemy.


Cappeller Sanskrit-English Dictionary

aBUta <lex>a.</lex> not having been; °pUrva — before.


Cappeller Sanskrit Wörterbuch

aBUta nicht gewesen; °pUrva früher n. g.


Goldstücker Sanskrit-English Dictionary

aBUta Tatpur. m. f. n. (-taH-tA-tam) Non-existent, what is

not or has not been; e. g. Kaṇāda Sūtras: viroDyaBUtamaBU-
tasya .. (Śaṅk. Upask.: aBUtaM varzaM BUtasya vAyvaBrasaMyogasya
liNgam . evaM sPowAderviroDI mantrapAWaH . taTA cABUtamanutpannaM
sPowAdiBUtasya mantrapAWasya liNgam . viroDiliNgasyodAhara-
RAntaramAha) .. BUtamaBUtasya .. (Śaṅk. Upask.: BUtaM sPowAdi-
kamaBUtasya mantrapAWasya liNgam . evaM BUto vAyvaBrasaMyogo'BU-
tasya varzasya liNgam . evaM BUto dAho'BUtasya manyAdisamava-
DAnasya liNgam &c.); or Yāska: kastadveda yadaBUtamidamapItara-
dadButam. Comp. the following articles. E. a neg. and BUta.


Macdonell Sanskrit-English Dictionary

aBUta a-bhūta, pp. not having been; not

happened; not existing: -tad-bhāva, m. becoming <lbinfo n="2"/>

what it was not before; -doṣa, a.  

guiltless; -pūrva, a. unprecedented.


Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary, 1899

a-BUta <lex>mfn.</lex> whatever has not been or happened.A fatal error occurred in the #info parser function



A-BUta <lex>mfn.</lex> produced, existing.A fatal error occurred in the #info parser function


Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary, 1872

A-bhūta, as, ā, am, non-existent, whatever is not

or has not been. —Abhūta-tadbhāva, as, m. the
coming into being of that which has not existed before.
—A-bhūta-pūrva, as, ā, am, unprecedented. —A-
bhūta-prādurbhāva, as, m. the becoming manifest
of what has not been before. —Abhūta-rajas, asas,
m. pl., N. of some deities supposed to have existed
in the fifth Manvantara. —A-bhūta-śatru, us, us, us, u,
having no enemy.


Böhtlingk Sanskrit-Wörterbuch in kürzerer Fassung

aBUta <lex>Adj.</lex> nicht gewesen <ls n="1134">KAṆ.9,1,9.</ls> was sich nicht zugetragen hat <ls n="1133">KĀM.NĪTIS.13,48.</ls> °tva <lex>n.</lex> Unmöglichkeit <ab>Comm.</ab> zu <ls n="X049">KĀVYĀD.2.38.</ls>


Schmidt Nachträge zum Sanskrit-Wörterbuch

auch: nicht vorhanden , Mudrār. 63 , 9 (103 , 2); nicht wirklich bestehend , Jātakam. 20. 


Shabda-Sagara Sanskrit-English Dictionary

aBUta
mfn. (-taH-tA-taM) Non-existent, absent, what is not or has not been. E. a neg. BUta been.


Stchoupak Dictionnaire Sanscrit-Français

a-bhūta- <ab>a.</ab> qui n'est pas à disposition; irréel, faux.
°doṣa- <ab>a.</ab> innocent.
°pūrva- <ab>a.</ab> non présent jusque-là.


Vacaspatyam

aBUta tri0 na BUtaH . BUtaSabdArTaBinne . aBUtamAsajya

virudvamIhitam mAGaH . 2 miDyABUte 3 avidyamAne ca


Wilson Sanskrit-English Dictionary

aBUta mfn. (-taH-tA-taM) Non-existent, absent, what is not or has not been.
E. a neg. BUta been.


Yates Sanskrit-English Dictionary

a-BUta (taH-tA-taM) a. Non-existent.