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skand

skand Cologne Sanskrit Dictionary: skand (cf. {skandh} and {skund}) cl. 1. P. (Dha1tup. xxiii , 10) %{skandati} (m.c. also %{-te} ; %{caska4nda} RV. &c. ; %{caskande} MBh. &c. ; aor. {askan} , {ska4n} RV. ; %{a4skAn} , {skAn} Br. ; %{askAntsIt} ib. ; {askadat} Gr. ; Prec. %{skadyAt} ib. ; fut. {skanttA} ib. ; {skantsyati} Br. ; inf. {skanditum} Gr. ; %{-ska4de} , %{-ska4das} RV. ; ind. p. %{skanttvA} Gr. ; %{-ska4ndya} , or %{-ska4dya} Br. ; %{-ska4ndam} AV. Br.) , to leap , jump , hop , dart , spring , spurt out , be spilt or effused (esp. said of semen) RV. &c. &c. ; (A1.) to emit seminal fluid VP. ; to leap upon , cover (said of animals) TBr. S3Br. ; to drop , fall down , perish , be lost BhP.: Pass. %{skadyate} (perf. %{caskade} or %{caskande} ; aor. {askandi}) Gr.: Caus. %{skandayati} (m. c. also %{-te} ; aor. %{acaska4ndat}) , to cause to jump or leap R. (in explaining %{skanda}) ; to pour out , effuse , shed , spill , emit (esp. seminal fluid) AitBr. Mn. ; to omit , neglect Mn. MBh. &c. ; to cause to coagulate , thicken Sus3r.: Desid. %{ciskantsati} , Gr.: Intens. %{canIskadyate} , %{canIskandIti} (Gr.) , %{ka4niSkan} , %{-caniSkadat} ; (RV.) , to leap , jump , hop &c. [Cf. Gk. &379124[1256 ,1] ; Lat. {scando} , {de-scendo} ; {scAla} for {scant} {(s)la}.]
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