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aBakza

Burnouf Dictionnaire Sanscrit-Français

aBakza abhakṣa <ab>a.</ab> (bhakṣ) sans aliments; à jeun.


Goldstücker Sanskrit-English Dictionary

aBakza Tatpur. 1. m. ('-kzaH) The not eating, fasting.

2. m. f. n. (-kzaH-kzA-kzam) Fasting; e. g. in Jaiminis Sūtra:
aBakzo vA karmaBedAttasmAtsarvapraDAnatvAt (Śabara: aBakzaH syA-
tpratiprasTAtA &c.); or in the Adiparv. of the Mahābh.: a-
BakzA vAyuBakzASca PalAhArA dfQavratAH . durbalA api viprA
hi balIyAMsaH svatejA (where aBakzAH and vAyuBakzAH seem
to be a distinction without a difference). Comp. abBakza.
E. a neg. and Bakza.


Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary, 1899

a-Bakza <lex>m.</lex> not eating anything, fasting.A fatal error occurred in the #info parser functionA fatal error occurred in the #info parser function


Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary, 1872

aBakza a-bhakṣa, as, m. or a-bhakṣaṇa,

am, n. not eating anything, fasting.


Böhtlingk and Roth Grosses Petersburger Wörterbuch

aBakza in °BakzaRa <ls n="c.007">WEBER, RĀMAT. UP. 355 (10)</ls> fehlerhaft für aBakzya .