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kesara Explained

kesara at Sanskrit => English (Monier-Williams) Of Explained:

kesara

1[ k'esara ] n. the hair ( of the brow ) VS. xix , 91

---> ( in classical literature usually [ kezara ] ) , m. or n. ( ? ) ,
the mane ( of a horse or lion ) R. Śak. Pañcat. &c.

---> ( [ A ] ) , f. id. KātyŚr. ( [ kes° ] )

---> ( [ am ] ) , n. the tail of the Bos grunniens ( used as a fan for
driving away flies ) L.

---> ( [ as ] L.

---> [ am ] ) , m. n. the filament of a lotus or of any vegetable
R. Suśr. Śak. &c.

---> a fibre ( as of a Mango fruit ) Suśr.

---> m. the plants Rottleria tinctoria , Mimusops Elengi , and Mesua
ferrea MBh. xiii , 5042 R. Lalit. Kum. Megh. [ 311 , 1 ]

---> ( [ am ] ) , n. the flower of those plants L.

---> ( [ as ] , [ A ] , [ am ] ) , mf. n. Asa foetida L.

---> ( [ am ] ) , n. gold L.

---> sulphate of iron L.

---> N. of a metre ( of 4 x 18 syllables )

---> m. N. of a mountain MBh. vi , 11 , 23 ; [ cf. Lat. [ eoesaries ]
; Angl. Sax. [ haer ] ; Eng. [ hair ] ; Germ. [ Hār ]. ]

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