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ཁེངས་པ། (Wyl. khengs pa ) Pron.: khengpa

  • Skt. स्तम्भः, stambha, Pron.: stambha. From Sanskrit: a post, pillar, column, stem (as of a tree | also improperly applied to an arm | support, propping, strengthening | inflation, pretentiousness, arrogance | fixedness, stiffness, rigidity, torpor, paralysis, stupefaction | becoming hard or solid | stoppage, obstruction, suppression (also the magical arresting of any feeling or force, as of hunger, thirst, or of the forces of water, fire as taught in the Tantras) | filling up, stuffing | N. of a •partic. Adhyāya | on | of a Ṛishi | and [Mahavyutpatti] [Sanskrit] MVP MW
  • Skt. उन्नतः, unnata, Pron.: unnata. From Sanskrit: bent or turned upwards, elevated, lifted up, raised, high, tall, prominent, projecting, lofty | high, eminent, sublime, great, noble | having a large hump, humpbacked (as a bull) | a boa | N. of a Buddha | of one of the seven Ṛishis under Manu Cākshusha | of a mountain | elevation, ascension | elevated part | means of measuring the day [Mahavyutpatti] [Sanskrit] MVP MW