Bha-Manifest, semblance, delusion, error, beam of light, splendor, appearance, likeness, a star, to shine forth, show one’s self

let’s look at bha, bhā, bhāva

bha 1 [p= 742,2] [L=147497]
bha 2 [L=147499]
N. of the weakest base of nouns (as opp. to pada and aga q.v.) i.e. of the base before the vowel terminations except in strong cases , before feminine suffixes , and before taddhitas beginning with vowels or y Pa1n2. 1-4 , 18 &c
bha 3 [L=147500]
bha 4 [L=147502]
( √1. bhā) N. of the planet Venus or its regent , (= śukra) L.

bha 4 [L=147502.5]
a star , planet , asterism , lunar asterism or mansion (and so also the number 27 ; cf. nakatra) , sign of the zodiac Gr2S. Su1ryas. Var. S3atr. &c
bha 5 [L=147528]
(prob. onomat.) a bee L.
(H1) aspirate of
(H1) (in gram.)
(H1) (in prosody) a dactyl.
(H1) m.
[L=147502.1]semblance , delusion , error
(H1B) n.
(H1) m.

Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 24.43
Whitney Roots links: BA
bha 4 [p= 742,2] [L=147502]
( √1. bhā) N. of the planet Venus or its regent , (= śukra) L.
742,2] [L=147502.1]
bhā́ 4 [p= 742,2] [L=147502.2]
(ā́) light or a beam of light , lustre , splendour MBh. Hariv. Var. &c (cf. 2. bhā)
bhā́ 4 [p= 742,2] [L=147502.3]
the shadow of a gnomon Su1ryas.
bhā́ 4 [p= 742,2] [L=147502.4]
appearance , resemblance , likeness (ifc. ; cf. agni-bha , gua-bhā , tantubha)
bha 4 [p= 742,2] [L=147502.5]
a star , planet , asterism , lunar asterism or mansion (and so also the number 27 ; cf. nakatra) , sign of the zodiac Gr2S. Su1ryas. Var. S3atr. &c
bhā 1 [p= 750,3] [L=149418]
( Dha1tup. xxiv , 43) bhā́ti (pr. p. bhāt f. bhāntī or bhātī Vop. ; Pot. bhāyāt TBr. ; pl. babhau Mn. MBh. &c ; aor. abhāsīt Gr. Bhat2t2. ; fut. bhāsyáti Br. &c ) , to shine , be bright or luminous RV. &c  ; 
to shine forth , appear , show one's self
ib.  ; 
to be splendid or beautiful or eminent
MBh. Ka1v. &c (with na , to cut a poor figure Katha1s. )  ; 
to appear as , seem , look like , pass for (
nom. with or without iva adv. in vat) MBh. Ka1v. &c  ; 
to be , exist
W.  ; 
to show , exhibit , manifest
Bhat2t2. (v.l.): Pass. bhāyate , impers , radiance is put forth by (instr.) Bhat2t2. : Caus. bhāpayate  ; 
aor. abībhapat Gr.: Desid. bibhāsati ib. : Intens. bābhāyate , bābheti , bābhāti ib. [cf.bhan , bhā , bhās ; Gk. φημί , φάσκω ; Lat. fa1ri &c ; Germ. Bann ; Eng. ban.]
bhā́ 2 [p= 750,3] [L=149419]
(nom. prob. bhā́s) light , brightness , splendour &c (cf. f. of 4. bha) VS. S3Br.
bhā́ 2 [p= 750,3] [L=149420]
the sun L. (cf. 2. bhās).
(H1) m.
[p= semblance , delusion , error
(H1B) f.
(H1B) f.
(H1B) f.
(H1B) n.
(H1) cl.2 P.
(H2) f.
(H2B) m.

bhāvá [p= 754,2] [L=150178]
( √ bhū) becoming , being , existing , occurring , appearance S3vetUp. Ka1tyS3r. &c

loc. or comp.) MBh. RPra1t.

opp. to cessation ; eko*ti-bhāva , continuity of the thread of existence through successive births Buddh. , wrongly translated under eko*ti-bh°) MBh.

sthāvira , old age ; anyam bhāvam āpadyate , euphem. = he dies ; state of being anything , esp. ifc. e.g. bālabhāva , the state of being a child , childhood = bālatā , or tva ; sometimes added pleonastically to an abstract noun e.g. tanutā-bhāva , the state of thinness) Up. S3rS. MBh. &c

ibc. and °vena ind. really , truly) MBh. Hariv.

eko bhāva or eka-bh° , a simple or artless nature ; bhāvo bhāva nigacchati = birds of a feather flock together) MBh. Ka1v. &c

Ka1v. Sa1h.

yādśena bhāvena , with whatever disposition of mind ; bhāvam amagala-k , with loc. , to be ill disposed against ; bhāva dṛḍha-k , to make a firm resolution) Mn. MBh. &c

rhet.) passion , emotion (2 kinds of bhāvas are enumerated , the sthāyin or primary , and vyabhicārin or subordinate ; the former are 8 or 9 according as the rasas or sentiments are taken to be 8 or 9 ; the latter 33 or 34) Ka1v. Sa1h. Prata1p. &c

Mn. Pan5cat.

iti bhāva , " such is the sense " = ity artha or ity abhiprā*ya , constantly used by commentators at the end of their explanations)

bhāva-k , with loc. , to feel an affection for) MBh. Ka1v. &c

parituṣṭena bhāvena , with a pleased mind) S3vetUp. Mn. MBh. &c

sarva-bhāvā , all earthly objects ; bhāvā sthāvara-jagamā , plants and animals) Mun2d2Up. MBh. &c

dram.) a discreet or learned man (as a term of address = respected sir) Mr2icch. Ma1lav. Ma1lati1m.

astron.) the state or condition of a planet L.


of the 27th kalpa (s.v.) ib.


esp. as a term for an impersonal passive or neuter verb having neither agent nor object expressed e.g. pacyate , " there is cooking " or " cooking is going on ") Pa1n2. 3-1 , 66 ; 107 &c

of the author of the bhāvaprakāśa (= miśra-bhāva) Cat.









L. (cf. -samanvita).
bhāva [p= 760,2] [L=151460]
» p.754 &c
(H1) m.
[L=150179]turning or transition into (
[L=150180]continuance (
[L=150181]state , condition , rank (with
[L=150182]true condition or state , truth , reality (
[L=150183]manner of being , nature , temperament , character (
[L=150184]manner of acting , conduct , behaviour
[L=150185]any state of mind or body , way of thinking or feeling , sentiment , opinion , disposition , intention (
[L=150187]conjecture , supposition
[L=150188]purport , meaning , sense (
[L=150189]love , affection , attachment (
[L=150190]the seat of the feelings or affections , heart , soul , mind (
[L=150191]that which is or exists , thing or substance , being or living creature (
[L=150194]an astrological house or lunar mansion
[L=150196]of the 8th (42nd) year in Jupiter's cycle of 60 years
[L=150197](in gram.) the fundamental notion of the verb , the sense conveyed by the abstract noun (
[L=150199]wanton sport , dalliance
[L=150201]place of birth , the womb
[L=150202]the world , universe
[L=150203]an organ of sense
[L=150204]superhuman power
[L=150205]the Supreme Being
[L=150206]advice , instruction
[L=150207]contemplation , meditation
(H2) &c

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