Goreti / burn

aGgAra - Goreti / burn
Primeri s korenom »GgAra-«
aGgAra charcoal=OGLJE=[ Slo: ogorek, oglje ], {AGgAra}; a heap of charcoal; either heated or not heated=[ Slo: ogorek, oglje ]; the planet Mars; N. of a people and country [cf. Slo: {ogorek, oglje}; Lith. {angli-s}, Russ. {ugolj}, Germ. {Kohle}, Old Germ. {col}, {colo}, Eng. {coal} ].
aGgAradhAnI a portable fire-place. -- [ Slo: gorišče, ognjišče, pečica ]
agAradAhin house-burner an incendiary = POŽIGALEN; -- [ Slo: goreti ]
aGgAradhAnikA a portable fire-place. -- [ Slo: gorišče, ognjišče, pečica ]
aGgarAga application of unguents or cosmetics to the body (especially after bathing), scented cosmetic.
aGgarAj king of Anga. -- [ Slo: kralj gorenja ]
aGgarAjya kingdom of Anga. -- [ Slo: kraljestvo ognja ]
aGgAraka charcoal=OGLJE=[ Slo: ogorek, oglje ], heated charcoal=[ Slo: ogorek, oglje ], the planet Mars, Tuesday
aGgArakadina festival of Mars
aGgArakArin charcoal-burner. -- [ Slo: gorišče, ognjišče, pečica ]
aGgArakita charred, roasted, burnt; -- [ Slo: ogorel ]
aGgArakRt charcoal-burner. -- [ Slo: gorišče, ognjišče, pečica ]
aGgarakSaNI body protector, a coat -- [ Slo: ogrinjalo ]
aGgarakSiNI body protector, a coat -- [ Slo: ogrinjalo ]
aGgAraparipAcita roasted food -- [ Slo: na oglju počen ]
aGgArapAtrI a portable fire-place -- (((( WHERE: {pAtrI}, {pAtra} a vessel, plate, dish, pot; a small or portable furnace; ))))
aGgArAvakSayaNa an instrument for extinguishing coals
aGgAri a portable fire-place
AGgArika a charcoal-burner
aGgArita charred, roasted, "burnt", a kind of food not to be accepted; a portable fire-place, a bud
aGgArIya fit for making charcoal
aGgArazakaTI a portable fire-place on wheels -- (((( WHERE: {zakaTI} = "a waggon, cart, carriage"=[ Rus: katat (катать) = kotaliti, voziti ] )))) RV.
anaGgaraGga N. of an erotic work. [ Slo: goreč ]
lohAGgAraka N. of a hell (pit of red-hot charcoal) -- [ Slo: ogorki, goreti ]
nigaraNa the throat; the smoke of a burnt offering; -- [ Slo: goreti ]
vahni {adrivahni}=fire on a mountain; {antavahni}=the fire of the end (by which the world is to be burnt); (((( vahni vahni slovenska narečna oblika za ogenj )))); -- [ Slo: ogenj, vohn ]
vyaGgAra without charcoal, having no fire, at the time when the burning charcoal is extinguished); -- [ Slo: goreti ]
Primeri s korenom »dAha-«
abhyudAharaNa an example or illustration of a thing by its reverse
Adahana a place where anything is burnt
AgAradAha setting a house on fire - {AgAra}=HIŠA, {dAha}=GORETI
agnidAha a particular disease, a fiery glow (in the sky); -- [ Slo: ogenj, dah, duh, GlejTudi: {dama, dUma} = dim ]
aGgArapAtrI a portable fire-place -- ((( WHERE: {aGgAra} = OGOREK; {pAtrI}, {pAtra} a vessel, plate, dish, pot; a small or portable furnace; ))); -- [ Slo: ogorek ]
antardAha internal heat, or fever.
apradAha not consuming by fire
atidAha great heat, violent inflammation
aurvadahana the submarine fire
avadAha "burning down", the root of the fragrant grass
ayodAha the burning property of iron (used as an instance of metaphorical, speech, for iron does not possess the property of burning, but the fire by which the iron is heated).
baDAha of a prince
dAha {dah} burning, combustion, conflagration, heat, place of cremation, glowing, redness (of the sky), cauterizing, cautery (of a wound) = IZŽIGATI, internal heat, fever, pl. N. of a people; burning, setting on fire; -- [ Slo: dah, duh, GlejTudi: {dama, dUma} = dim ]
dAhAdhikAra N. of a medical
dAhaharaNa "removing heat"
dAhajvara inflammatory fever
dAhakASTha a kind of a perfume
dAhamaya consisting of heat, inflammable
dahana burning, consuming by fire, scorching, destroying (said of the {dhAraNA} of fire); N. of part of the moon's course
dAhana causing to burn or be burnt, reducing to ashes
dahanagarbha filled with the fire (of wrath)
dahanakarman the act of burning
dahanaketana "mark of burning", smoke
dahanapriyA the wife of Agni
dahanArAti fire-enemy, water
dahanatA the state of fire
dahanIya to be burnt, combustible
dahanIyatA combustibility
dahanolkA a firebrand
dahanopakaraNa the means for cauterising = IZŽIGATI
dahanopala m. the sun-gem
dahara {dobhra} small, fine, thin; young in age, a younger brother, a child, a young animal, a mouse
daharaka short (day)