Evam - sameness of mannereva
(in the saṃhitā also evā́) ( √i Un2. i , 152 ; fr. pronom. base e BRD. , probably connected with 2. éva) , so , just so , exactly so (in the sense of the later evam) RV. AV.
|(H1) evá 1 [p= 232,2] [L=40181]||ind.|
id , hi) RV.
|[L=40181.1]||indeed , truly , really (often at the beginning of a verse in conjunction with other particles , as |
eva must be variously rendered by such adverbs as) just , exactly , very , same , only , even , alone , merely , immediately on , still , already , &c (e.g. tvam eva yantā nā*nyo 'sti pṛthivyām , thou alone art a charioteer , no other is on earth , i.e. thou art the best charioteer MBh. iii , 2825 ; tāvatīm eva rātrim , just so long as a night ; evam eva or tathai*va , exactly so , in this manner only ; in the same manner as above ; tenai*va mantreṇa , with the same mantra as above ; apaḥ spṛṣṭvai*va , by merely touching water ; tān eva , these very persons ; na cirād eva , in no long time at all ; japyenai*va , by sole repetition ; abhuktvai*va , even without having eaten ; iti vadann eva , at the very moment of saying so ; sa jīvann eva , he while still living , &c ) RV. &c MBh. &c
|[L=40181.2]||(in its most frequent use of strengthening the idea expressed by any word , |
esp. in connection with other adverbs , eva is a mere expletive without any exact meaning and not translatable e.g. tv eva , cai*va , eva ca , &c ; according to native authorities eva implies emphasis , affirmation , detraction , diminution , command , restrainment) ; ([cf. Zd. aeva ; Goth. aiv ; Old Germ. eo , io ; Mod. Germ. je.])
|[L=40181.3]||(sometimes , |
( √i) , going , moving , speedy , quick TBr. iii Un2.
|(H1) éva 2 [L=40183]||mfn.|
course , way (generally instr. pl.) RV.
|(H1B) éva 2 [L=40184]||m.|
the earth , world VS. xv , 4 ; 5 ([ Mahi1dh. ])
|(H1B) éva 2 [L=40185]||m.|
a horse RV. i , 158 , 3 ([ Sa1y. ])
|(H1B) éva 2 [L=40186]||m.|
way or manner of acting or proceeding , conduct , habit , usage , custom RV.
|(H1B) éva 2 [L=40187]||m. pl.|
([cf. Gk. αἰές , αἰών ; Lat. aevu-m ; Goth. aivs ; O.H.G e7wa and Angl.Sax. e7u , e7o , " custom " , " law " ; Germ. ehe.])
|(H1B) éva 2 [L=40188]||m.|
(fr. pronom. base e BRD. ; probably connected with 1. evá) , thus , in this way , in such a manner , such , (it is not found in the oldest hymns of the veda , where its place is taken by 1. evá , but occurs in later hymns ind. in the brāhmaṇas , especially in connection with √ vid , " to know " , and its derivatives [e.g. ya evaṃ veda , he who knows so ; cf. evaṃ-víd , col.3] ; in classical Sanskrit evam occurs very frequently , especially in connection with the roots vac , " to speak " , and śru , " to hear " , and refers to what precedes as well as to what follows [e.g. evam uktvā , having so said ; evam evai*tat , this is so ; evam astuorevam bhavatu , be it so , I assent ; asty evam , it is so ; yady evam , if this be so ; kim evam , how so? what is the meaning of it? what does this refer to? mai*vam , not so! evam - yathā or yathā - evam , so - as]) Mn. S3ak. &c
|(H1) evám [p= 232,3] [p= 232,2] [L=40194]||ind.|
e.g. evaṃ te vacane rataḥ , rejoicing in such words of thine ; where evam = evaṃ-vidhe]) MBh. S3ak. &c
|[L=40194.1]||(it is also often used like an adjective [|
evam is merely an expletive
evam may imply likeness (so)
|[L=40194.3]||according to lexicographers |
|[L=40194.4]||sameness of manner (thus)|
|[L=40194.5]||assent (yes , verily)|
|[L=40194.6]||affirmation (certainly , indeed , assuredly)|
|[L=40194.7]||command (thus , |
|[L=40194.8]||and be used as an expletive.|
|(H2) evam [p= 1323,2] [L=325560]||(in |
Evam eva - In this way, in the same way
- A Sanskrit-English dictionary: etymologically and philologically ... - Page 232
|&c. ; (sometimes, esp. in connection with other adverbs, eva is a mere expletive without any exact meaning and not translatable, ... <1*^ evam, ind. (fr. pronom. base e, BRD. ; probably connected with I . evd), thus, in this way, ...|
- Craving and salvation: a study in Buddhist Soteriology - Page 106
|So (evam eva) the aware one understands painfulness as it really is (dukkham-ti yaahébhflaam pajdndti). ... In the same way, he can by introspection see himself , how he is caught in a vicious circle of causality, how everything in his ...|
- The sacred books of the East: Volume 32 - Page 281
|Eva, in the sense of going, quick, is used of the horses of the Maruts, I, 166, 4. More frequently it has the sense of going, moving, than of manner (mos), and as an adverb eva and evam mean in this way (KZ II, ...|
- Chariots in the Veda - Page 29
|Evam evottaram yogyam vunakti; tasyaivam evottaratah prastim upaniyunakti; tayor evam eva prsthe marmrjyata. ... In the same way, he wipes the backs of these two . After the yoking of this (span), the whole (ie the chariot to which the ...|
Indian semantic analysis: the nirvacana tradition - Page 145
- The Pali-English dictionary - Page 162
|Often combd with similar emphatic part., as evam eva kho "in just the same way" (in final conclusions) D 1.104, '99i 228, 237, 239; in older form evarj byS kho (= evam iva kho) Vin 11.26; lv.i34 = DA 1.27; evam evarj "just so" D 1.51; ...|
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bhavatiI ayam apitaro vardha etasmad eva I brhati muldniI varam varam mulam brhatiti val varahah is a cloud: it brings ... in the same way (evam) a ruler too: through this and that favour to living beings, there is activity for all, ...