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ལེན་པ། (Wyl. len pa ) Pron.: lenpa

བླངས་པ།  ལེན་པ།  བླང་བ།  ལོངས།  ༼ཐ་དད་པ་༽
past pres. fut. imp. v.t.
  • Skt. upādāna, Grasping [Twelve links]
  • Skt. उपादानम्, upādāna, Pron.: upadana. From Sanskrit: the act of taking for one's self, appropriating to one's self | perceiving, noticing, learning, acquiring (knowledge) | accepting, allowing, including | employment, use | saying, speaking, mentioning, enumeration | abstraction, withdrawing (the organs of sense from the outer world) | with | grasping at or clinging to existence (caused by | desire, and causing | new births | cause, motive, material cause | material of any kind | offering, present [Mahavyutpatti] [Sanskrit] MVP MW
  • Skt. प्रतिग्रहः, pratigraha, Pron.: pratigraha. From Sanskrit: receiving, accepting, acceptance of gifts (as the peculiar prerogative of Brāhmans | friendly reception | favour, grace | taking a wife, marrying | receiving with the ear | hearing | a grasper, seizer | a hair-cutter, barber | a receiver | a chamber-vessel or any similar convenience for sick persons | a spittoon | a gift, present (•esp. a donation to a Brāhman at suitable periods) | 'as a present' | N. of the objects or functions corresponding to the 8 Grahas | the reserve of an army (a detachment posted with the general 400 yards in the rear of a line) | the sun near the moon's node [Mahavyutpatti] [Sanskrit] MVP MW
  • Skt. प्रतिग्राहकः, pratigrāhaka, Pron.: pratigrahaka. From Sanskrit: one who receives or accepts [Mahavyutpatti] [Sanskrit] MVP MW

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