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A Sanskrit English Dictionary | sa  en |   | 
द्वि—जिह्व  n. mfn. (द्वि॑-) double-tongued (lit. and fig.), [AV.]; [MBh.] &c. (-ताf.-त्व, n., [Kāv.])
द्वि—जिह्व  m. m. a partic. disease of the tongue, [Suśr.]
a snake, [MBh.]; [R.] &c.
informer, thief, scoundrel, villain, [W.]
N. of a रक्षस्, [R.]

Shabda-Sagara | sa  en |   | 
द्विजिह्व   (mfn.) (-ह्वः-ह्वा-ह्वं) Double-tongued, (literally or figuratively.)
 m.  (-ह्वः)
1. A snake.
2. An informer.
3. A rogue, a scoundrel, a bad man.
4. A thief.
E. द्वि two, जिह्वा the tongue. द्वे जिह्वे यस्य .

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