Truncation sign : * (asterisk) - e.g. kamm*

Type the letters without dots and accents - e.g. to search 'kalyāṇa' type kalyana. Read more …


eṇeyya

, mfn. and m. [adj. and noun from eni (cf.
Ai.Gr. II.2 508); sa. aiṇeya; BHS eṇeya; prakr. eṇejja],
1. (mfn.) of the black antelope; 2. (m.) the black antelope;
— 1. ~aṁmaṁsaṁ, ~aṁ satthi, Mogg IV 67 (illustrating
the use of the scdry suffix
-eyya ≠ Pāṇ. IV.3.159); — 2.
"" is identical with eṇ[ī/i]-miga (Abh 618) and occurs in the
same lists of animals, but seems to be mostly restricted to
verses:
rukkhaṁ nissāya vijjhittho ~aṁ pātum āgataṁ, Ja
VI 199,6*; in passages listing various forest-animals:
arañña-jātā sasa-pasada-harin'-~âdayo catuppadā, evaṁ
mago, Sadd 524,19; with varāha: ~ā ca varāhā ca, Sadd
458,7; ... rohitā rurū ~ā ca varāhā c' eva ganino nīka-
sūkarā, Ja V 406,7* = VI 277,24*; varāha-~-vigāḷha-
sevite pabbhāra-kūṭe pakaṭe 'va sundare, Th 1135 (Th-a
III 159,27: varāhehi c' eva ~ehi ca ogāhetvā sevite; " in a
cave and on a mountain crest, frequented and plunged into
by wild boars and antelopes", Norman, EV
I); nence the
dv. cpd.
°-varāha, q. v.; with pasada: ~ā pasadā c' eva
rohicca-sarabhā migā, Ja VI 537,31*; °-pasadâkiṇṇaṁ ...
vanaṁ, 539,25* (540,9': eṇi-migehi ... ākiṇṇaṁ); — cf.
eṇ[ī/i]-miga; — °-gomahisa, n. sg. or m. pl. (dv.), black
antelope, cow and buffalo;
Mogg III 23; — °-jaṅgha,
mfn. [BHS eneya-jaṅgha, aineya-jaṅgha; cf. E. Wald-
schmidt, Das
Mahāvadānasūtra, Teil II, p. 104 n. 2],
antelope-legged, substitute (less common) for eṇ[ī/i]-jaṅgha,
q. v.; jaṅghā manuññā labhate susaṇṭhitā, vaṭṭā sujātā
anupubbam uggatā, uddhagga-lomā sukhuma-ttac'-otata,
~o ti tam āhu puggalaṁ, sampattiyā khippam idh' āhu
lakkhaṇaṁ, D III 157,7* ("shapely and fair the limbs he
gets, and sweetly set in spiral curl, on delicate skin the
down goes up. Antelope-legged is such a man, 'tis said,
and further: 'tis the sign of swiftly won prosperity", Rhys
Davids,
D-Trsl.); — °-varāha, n. sg. orm. pl. (dv.),
black antelope and boar
(cf. eṇeyya with varāha supra), as
animals whose flesh can also be used as seasoning
(pasu
and vyañjana); Mogg III 23.