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वरण्ड

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वरण्ड  m. m. ([Uṇ. i, 128]) the string of a fishhook (cf.-लम्बुक), [Mṛcch.]
(only [L.]) a multitude
an eruption on the face
a rampart separating two combatant elephants
a heap of grass
a packet, package

वरण्डः [varaṇḍḥ]   [वृ-अण्डच् [Un.1.12]]
A multitude, group.
A pimple or eruption on the face.
A veranda.
A heap of grass.
The string of a fish-hook.
Pocket.
The middle part of the sacrificial altar (वेदी); see वरण्डक. (The word वरण्डलम्बुक in यदिदानीमहं वरण्डलम्बुक इव दूरमुत्क्षिप्य पातितः [Mk.1.] is of doubtful meaning; it seems to mean 'an over-hanging or projecting wall', which, if raised high, is sure to topple down; so in the case of the Sūtradhāra whose expectations were raised very high only to be cruelly disappointed. वरण्ड may mean a contrivance for drawing water from a well (named आकती in Marathi) and लम्बुक is its handle.)

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वरण्ड  m.  (-ण्डः)
1. A portico.
2. Pimples on the face.
3. A multitude. 4. A heap of grass.
5. The string of a fish-hook.
6. A packet, a package.
7. A long rod according to some; a projecting wall ac- cording to others.
 f.  (-ण्डा)
1. A small bird, (Turdus.)
2. A dagger. 3. The wick of a lamp.
E. वृञ् to cover, &c., Unādi aff. अण्डच् .

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