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राक्षस

राक्षस /rākṣasa/
1. относящийся к ракшасам, демонам
2. m. ракшас, демон (носитель злых сил)

Adj., m./n./f.

m.sg.du.pl.
Nom.rākṣasaḥrākṣasaurākṣasāḥ
Gen.rākṣasasyarākṣasayoḥrākṣasānām
Dat.rākṣasāyarākṣasābhyāmrākṣasebhyaḥ
Instr.rākṣasenarākṣasābhyāmrākṣasaiḥ
Acc.rākṣasamrākṣasaurākṣasān
Abl.rākṣasātrākṣasābhyāmrākṣasebhyaḥ
Loc.rākṣaserākṣasayoḥrākṣaseṣu
Voc.rākṣasarākṣasaurākṣasāḥ


f.sg.du.pl.
Nom.rākṣasīrākṣasyaurākṣasyaḥ
Gen.rākṣasyāḥrākṣasyoḥrākṣasīnām
Dat.rākṣasyairākṣasībhyāmrākṣasībhyaḥ
Instr.rākṣasyārākṣasībhyāmrākṣasībhiḥ
Acc.rākṣasīmrākṣasyaurākṣasīḥ
Abl.rākṣasyāḥrākṣasībhyāmrākṣasībhyaḥ
Loc.rākṣasyāmrākṣasyoḥrākṣasīṣu
Voc.rākṣasirākṣasyaurākṣasyaḥ


n.sg.du.pl.
Nom.rākṣasamrākṣaserākṣasāni
Gen.rākṣasasyarākṣasayoḥrākṣasānām
Dat.rākṣasāyarākṣasābhyāmrākṣasebhyaḥ
Instr.rākṣasenarākṣasābhyāmrākṣasaiḥ
Acc.rākṣasamrākṣaserākṣasāni
Abl.rākṣasātrākṣasābhyāmrākṣasebhyaḥ
Loc.rākṣaserākṣasayoḥrākṣaseṣu
Voc.rākṣasarākṣaserākṣasāni




Noun, m.

sg.du.pl.
Nom.rākṣasaḥrākṣasaurākṣasāḥ
Gen.rākṣasasyarākṣasayoḥrākṣasānām
Dat.rākṣasāyarākṣasābhyāmrākṣasebhyaḥ
Instr.rākṣasenarākṣasābhyāmrākṣasaiḥ
Acc.rākṣasamrākṣasaurākṣasān
Abl.rākṣasātrākṣasābhyāmrākṣasebhyaḥ
Loc.rākṣaserākṣasayoḥrākṣaseṣu
Voc.rākṣasarākṣasaurākṣasāḥ



Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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राक्षस [ rākṣasa ] [ rākṣasa ] m. f. n. ( fr. [ rakṣas ] ) belonging to or like a Rakshas , demoniacal , infested by demons Lit. AitBr. (with [ vivāha ] , or [ dharma ] or [ vidhi ] m. " one of the 8 forms of marriage " , the violent seizure or rape of a girl after the defeat or destruction of her relatives see Lit. Mn. iii , 33)

[ rākṣasa ] m. a Rakshas or demon in general , an evil or malignant demon (the Rākshasas are sometimes regarded as produced from Brahmā's foot , sometimes with Rāvaṇa as descendants of Pulastya , elsewhere they are styled children of Khasā or Su-rasa ; according to some they are distinguishable into 3 classes , one being of a semi-divine benevolent nature and ranking with Yakshas ; another corresponding to Titans or relentless enemies of the gods ; and a third answering more to nocturnal demons , imps , fiends , goblins , going about at night , haunting cemeteries , disturbing sacrifices and even devouring human beings ; this last class is the one most commonly mentioned ; their chief place of abode was Laṅkā in Ceylon ; in Lit. R. v , 10 , 17 they are fully described ; cf. also Lit. IW. 310 Lit. RTL. 237) Lit. Kauś. Lit. Up.

a king of the Rakshas g. [ parśv-ādi ]

(with Jainas) one of the 8 classes of Vyantaras Lit. L.

N. of the 30th Muhūrta Lit. L.

of one of the astronomical Lit. Yogas. Lit. Col.

of a minister of Nanda Lit. Mudr.

of a poet Lit. Cat. ( cf. below)

m. n. the 49th year in the Jupiter cycle of 6o years Lit. VarBṛS.

[ rākṣasī ] f. a Rākshasī or female demon Lit. MBh. Lit. Kāv. Lit. Kathās.

[ rākṣasa ] m. the island of the Rākshasas i.e. Laṅkā or Ceylon Lit. Buddh.

N. of a malignant spirit supposed to haunt the four corners of a house Lit. VarBṛS.

of a Yoginī Lit. Hcat.

night Lit. L.

a kind of plant (= [ caṇḍā ] ) Lit. L.

a large tooth , tusk Lit. L.


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