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बुद्धि

बुद्धि /buddhi/ f.
1) ум, разум
2) взгляд; мнение
3) дух, душа
4) мудрость
5) предположение о чём-л. (Loc. )
6) размышление, раздумье;
Instr. [drone1]बुद्ध्या[/drone1] ради, из-за

sg.du.pl.
Nom.buddhiḥbuddhībuddhayaḥ
Gen.buddhyāḥ, buddheḥbuddhyoḥbuddhīnām
Dat.buddhyai, buddhayebuddhibhyāmbuddhibhyaḥ
Instr.buddhyābuddhibhyāmbuddhibhiḥ
Acc.buddhimbuddhībuddhīḥ
Abl.buddhyāḥ, buddheḥbuddhibhyāmbuddhibhyaḥ
Loc.buddhyām, buddhaubuddhyoḥbuddhiṣu
Voc.buddhebuddhībuddhayaḥ



Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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 बुद्धि [ buddhi ] [ buddhi ] f. the power of forming and retaining conceptions and general notions , intelligence , reason , intellect , mind , discernment , judgement Lit. Mn. Lit. MBh.

  perception ( of which 5 kinds are enumerated , or with [ manas ] 6 ; cf. [ indriya ] , [ buddhīndriya ] )

  comprehension , apprehension , understanding Lit. Sāh.

  ( with [ ātmanaḥ ] , or [ buddhir brāhmī ] ) knowledge of one's self. psychology Lit. Car.

  (in Sāṃkhya phil.) Intellect (= [ adhy-avasāya ] , the intellectual faculty or faculty of mental perception , the second of the 25 Tattvas ; cf. [ buddhi-tattva ] ) Lit. IW. 80

  presence of mind , ready wit Lit. Pañcat. Lit. Hit.

  an opinion , view , notion , idea , conjecture Lit. MBh. Lit. Kāv.

  thought about or meditation on (loc. or comp.) , intention , purpose , design Lit. ib. ( [ buddhyā ] , with the intention of. designedly , deliberately ; [ anugraha-b ] , with a view to i.e. in order to show favour ; [ buddhiṃ-√ kṛ ] or [ pra-√ kṛ ] , to make up one's mind , resolve , decide , with loc. dat. acc. with [ prati ] , or inf.)

  impression , belief , notion (often ifc. = considering as , taking for) Lit. Kāv. Lit. Kathās. Lit. Pur. Lit. Hit.

  right opinion , correct or reasonable view Lit. R. Lit. Ragh.

  a kind of metre Lit. L.

  N. of the 5th astrol. mansion , Lit. VarBṛS. Sch.

  Intelligence personified (as a daughter of Daksha and wife of Dharma and mother of Bodha) Lit. MBh. Lit. Pur.

  N. of a woman , Lit. HPariś.


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