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Goldstücker Sanskrit-English Dictionary

aBUza Bahuvr. m. f. n. (-zaH-zA-zam) Without ornaments,

unadorned; e. g. Bhaṭṭik.: SokAdaBUzErapi BUScakAsAMcakAra
nAgendraraTASvamiSrEH (comm.: aBUzEH = analaNkArEH or BUzAra-
hitEH). [In one Ms. of the Gaṇaratnamah. aBUza occurs in
the Gaṇa apUpAdi to Pāṇ. V. 1. 4., where two other Mss.
of the same work read AvAza and the Calc. ed. of Pāṇini
avoza. The latter word is omitted in the Mss. of the Kāś.
and two other Gaṇa-lists at my use; the word aBUza as a
base of the derivatives aBUzIya and aBUzya and these deri-
vatives themselves appear therefore very doubtful.] E. a
priv. and BUzA.

Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary, 1899

a-BUza <lex>mfn.</lex> unadorned, <ls>Bhaṭṭ.</ls>A fatal error occurred in the #info parser function

Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary, 1872

aBUza a-bhūṣa or a-bhūṣita, as, ā, am,


Böhtlingk Sanskrit-Wörterbuch in kürzerer Fassung

aBUza <lex>Adj.</lex> schmucklos <ls n="1034">BHAṬṬ.3,37.</ls>

Yates Sanskrit-English Dictionary

a-BUza (zaH-zA-zaM) a. Unadorned.