DA: acoustic root of the propensity of peevishness

DAGDHA: burnt

DAŃŚT́RÁ: horrifying teeth

DANSHA: sting

DAMAKÁ: gusty violent or sudden blast of wind, flash

DAMAN, suppression, restraint, subdued, quelling

DAMBHA: vanity

DAYÁ : (from root day) to melt when seeing someone’s pain and to remove the pain, kindness, pity, mercy, grace

DARADI: sympathiser

DARÁDARI: haggling, higgling, chaffering

DARIYÁ: river

DARDUR / DÁDUR: toad, frog, cloud

DARPA, pride, ego

DARPAHÁRII: the stealer or destroyer of pride

DARSHANA: vision, appearance, look, philosophy, visualisation, ideology, seeing, sight

DAL: group, flock, swarm, herd, crowd, congregation

DAH: whirlpool

DAHAN: burn, heat

DADHI / DAHI: curd, yogurt

DÁG: (u, h, b) mark, impression

DÁDUR / DARDUR: toad, frog, cloud

DÁNA, gift, grant, donation, alms, gratuity, charity, offering

DÁNAVA: devil, demon, monster

DÁNAVATÁ: devilish, demonic

DÁNII: generous, bestower, giver

DÁMINI: lightning

DÁNŔI: oarsman, rower

DÁPA: pride

DÁBI: suppress

DÁM (b / h / u): price, cost, value, thread, chord, string, garland, bunch, cluster, lock, an aquatic grass

DÁM: oppression

DÁY: inherited wealth or property, pitiable, difficult, hard, bond, obligation, debt

DÁRUŃA: intense, great, terrible, severe, unbearable, difficult, cruel, injuring

DÁVADÁHA: heat of forest fire

DÁVI: prayer or complain, right, title, claim, demand

DÁHIKÁ: burning capacity

DIGANTA: horizon

DIGVADIK: all places, all quarters, what is good or bad right or wrong

DIGVALAY: horizon

DIGHAL: long, large, tall

DIGHI: a large pond or tank, water reservoir

DIN, day


DIVAS: day, time

DIVYA: divine, effulgent

DIYÁCHO: you have given

DIYECHO: you have given

DIL: heart

DILUM, gave



DIINA: poor, destitute

DIINATÁ: poverty, deficiency, misery, distress, beggary, penury, destitution, dearth, insufficiency, wants, need

DIIP: lamp

DIIPAK RÁGA: a musical tune supposed to have power to ignite when sung

DIIPÁLOK: light of the lamp

DIIPÁVALII: collection or festival of lamps

DIIPTA: burning, shining, lighted, illuminated, radiant, luminous, blazing, bright, lustrous, revealed, dazzling, glaring

DIIRŃA: split, cleft, rent, broken, torn

DIIKŚÁ: initiation


DUKUL: both alternatives, both banks of a river, both lives mundane and above, both families

DUNDUBHI: large war trumpet or kettledrum of ancient India

DUPAR: noon, midday

DUPUR: noon, midday

DURANTA: awful, unmanageably restless or naughty, romping and mischievous, terrible, not easily subdued, very powerful and ferocious, galling, hot, severe, strong, steep

DURAPANEYA: hard to remove or dispense with


DURÁSHÁ: audacity, unrealisable longing or desire, a cry for moon, an ambition

DURJINEY: difficult to know, learn, recognise or comprehend, abstruse

DURJAY: hard to win

DURDAMA: insuppressible

DURDIN: bad days

DURÁSHÁ / DURÁKÁKŚÁ: unrealisable longing, cry for moon, too high ambition, bad expectations

DURNIVÁRA: irresistible

DURNIITI: moral degeneration, malpractice, corruption, perversion, wickedness

DURBAL: weak

DURBODHA: difficult to understand or know or comprehend or recognise

DURMADA: terribly intoxicated, maddened, frenzied, irresistible, turbulent

DURMARA: diehard

DURMEYA: precious


DURYOGA: unfavourable time, dangers

DURVÁR: difficult to prevent or check, irresistible

DURVIPAKA: disaster, danger, hazard, difficult, trouble

DURLABHA: hard or difficult to get

DULÁL: darling, dear, minion


DUŚT́A, wicked

DUSTARA: difficult, hard to cross, arduous, uphill

DUHKHA: sorrow


DÚ / DÚT́I, two

DÚTA: envoy

DÚR: far, distant

DÚRATVA: distance

DÚRÁTMA BODHA: closeness from distance

DÚRÁNTA: remote or far-off place

DURÁSHÁ: obstinacy, stubbornness, adamancy, perverse, unyielding, stiff, tough, obdurate, pertinacious, headstrong, dogged, intractable


DÚRE: far, distant

DÚRVIPÁK: disaster, danger, hazard, difficulty, trouble

DRK: eye, sight, vision, knowledge, witness, substantiator

DRK PÁTA: casting a glance, taking notice of, paying heed to

DRKVALAYA: within the periphery of sight

DRŔHA: firm, steady, strict, tight, strong, severe, unwavering

DRSHYA: panorama, scenery, view, visible, apparent, manifested

DRŚT́A: seen, looked, perceived, observed, beheld, visible, appearing, manifested, known

DRŚT́I: seeing, power of vision

DRPTA: proud, vain, arrogant, haughty, spirited, flaming, blazing, scorching, flared up

DRPTI: spirit, confidence, pride, honour

DEKHANA: to see

DEMÁK: self conceit, vanity, amour-propre, arrogance, to be proud

DEMÁKE: vain, conceited, arrogant, haughty

DEYÁ: cloud, lightning, thunder, roar or rumble of clouds

DEVA: expression of the Supreme Entity or the Effulgent Entity, He who vibrates the whole universe, He who cannot be divided into parts

DEVADATTA: one of external váyus responsible for thirst and hunger

DESHA: country, place, space, arena

DESHAŃÁ: direction, instruction

DEHA: body


DAETYA: demon, giant, monster, ogre, devil

DAENYA: poverty, misery

DAEHIK: pertaining to the body

DOT́ANA: dilemma, confusion, push-pull, indecision, doubt

DOR: door

DOLAN: pulsation, vibration, oscillation, swing, tremble, quiver, quaver, quaver, shiver, flutter, shudder, quake, wave, agitate, fluctuate, reel, rock, sway, joggle, jolt, flap, jounce, brandish, tremble, totter, jar, thrill, vary, move, wobble, waggle, stagger

DOLAK: pendulum

DOLÁ: pulsation, vibration, oscillation, swing

DOŚA: defect, sin, vice, guilt, crime, demerit, weakness, blemish, flaw, fault, lapse, blame

DOŚII: guilty, sinner

DYULOKA: heavenly world, psychic arena, the world of effulgence

DYUTI: light, radiation, illumination, effulgence, glow

DYOTAKA: shining, illumination, explaining, making manifest, showing, expressive of

DYOTANÁ: figurative expression, implication, suggestion, significance, gesture, indication

DRAŚT́Á: observer, seer

DRÁGHIMÁ: length, degree of longitude

DRUTA: speedy

DRUM: tree

DRUMAL: soft, tender

DRIPTA: shine

DRIPTI: blaze, spirit

DVANDVA: conflict, quarrel, dispute, fight, duel, couple

DVÁR / DOR: door

DVEŚA: envy, malice, hatred, grudge, enmity, aversion, antipathy, dislike

DVEŚAŃÁ: aversion

DVAETA: duality

DVAETA BODHA: feeling of duality

DVIDHÁ: hesitation, dilemma