Difference between revisions of "Ilī"

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Ilī is a hand held weapon like a cudgel or a short sword.<ref>As per Rāyamakuṭa and Amara.</ref>
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==Gender==
 
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==Origin==
 
Ilī is extracted from "ila gatau kṣepaṇe" which can be split as ca+ka+ṅīṣ by the rule ‘kṛdikārādaktinaḥ’.  
 
Ilī is extracted from "ila gatau kṣepaṇe" which can be split as ca+ka+ṅīṣ by the rule ‘kṛdikārādaktinaḥ’.  
 
==Meaning==
 
Ilī is a hand held weapon like a cudgel or a short sword.<ref>As per Rāyamakuṭa and Amara.</ref>
 
  
 
==Synonyms==
 
==Synonyms==

Revision as of 03:07, 4 December 2014

By M. A. Alwar


Sometimes transliterated as: Ili, IlI, Ili


Ilī is a hand held weapon like a cudgel or a short sword.[1]


Gender

Ilī is a feminine form.

Origin

Ilī is extracted from "ila gatau kṣepaṇe" which can be split as ca+ka+ṅīṣ by the rule ‘kṛdikārādaktinaḥ’.

Synonyms

  1. Īlī
  2. Karapālikā
  3. Hātakkuri[2]


References

  1. As per Rāyamakuṭa and Amara.
  2. In Hindi.
  • Shabdakalpadrumah by Raja Radhakantdev, Varadaprasada Vasu, Haricarana Vasu