Telugu-English Dictionary: With the Telugu Words Printed in the Roman, as Well as in the Telugu Character : Intended for the Use of European Officers, Soldiers and Others Employed in the Several Executive Departments Under the Government of Madras

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Public Instruction Press, 1862 - English language - 487 pages
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Page 453 - A funeral ceremony observed at various fixed periods and for different purposes, consisting of offerings with water and fire to the gods and manes, and gifts and food to the relations present and assisting...
Page 413 - Attached to, intent on , joined to, connected with. sm '1 he rising of a sign, its appearance above the horizon ; the oblique ascension, or the divisions of the equator, which rise in succession with each sign in an oblique sphere...
Page 449 - Any meritorious act of devotion, the voluntary or vowed observance, or imposition of any penance, austerity, or privation, as fasting, continence, exposure to heat and cold, &c.
Page 218 - Tatwa, ff&iw&, essential nature, the real nature of the human soul considered as one and the same with the Divine Spirit animating the universe.
Page 367 - A. mamitis, tangible, touched ; furious, a. mamld, {. pride, arrogance, self-sufficiency ; aflection ; the interest or affection entertained for other objects from considering them as belonging to or connected with one's self.
Page 59 - ... in which pots and other vessels are suspended from the beams of the house.
Page 461 - Ecstacy-"Deep and devout meditation restraining the senses, and confining the mind to contemplation on the true nature of spirit.
Page 176 - It implies either the tree, the wood or the unctuous preparations of the wood held in high esteem as perfumes. >' -' A*' i Chfndil, a large wart or excrescence growing on the skin.
Page 167 - Mantra or prayer, and who conducts the ceremonies necessary at various seasons of infancy and youth, np to the period of investiture with the characteristic thread or string : this person may be the natural parent or the religious preceptor. A religious teacher, one who explains the law and religion to his pupil, instructs him in the Sastras, &c.
Page 115 - The number of its years is 432,000, at the expiration of which the world is to be destroyed. The Tiruvdna-gala is white stone, quartz.] " KALLAN " A Kalian may become a Mdravan — see

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