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Ayurvedic Dictionary

There are currently 278 terms in this directory beginning with the letter D.
dadhikūrcika दधधकू धचकश
When the milk is boiled with curd it curdles. The watery portion is discarded and the solid portion is collected as Dadhi Kurcika.

dadhimastu दधधभस्तु
It is the supernatant liquid portion in the curd/yoghurt

dadhivarga दधधिगश
Group(8) of Yoghurts and its various stages

dadhyābhaṁ purīṣaṁ दध्माबॊ ऩयु ीषॊ
Burnt like stool

dagdhābhā dṛṣṭimaṇḍala दग्धाबा दृत्ष्टभण्डर
Pupil looks as burned

dagdhāgni iva दग्धात्ग्न इि
Color of burnt scar.

dagdhaguḍābhāsaṁ दग्धगडु ाबासॊ
Color of burned Jaggery

dagdhākṛti bhṛśaṁ pāki दग्धाकृ तत बशृ ॊ ऩाक्रक
Symptoms produced in a spider bite causing dushivisha (slow poison), the bite place appears as a burn and it gets suppurated quickly.

dagdhaṁ दग्धॊ
a stage observed in the preparation of the medicines where the material is burned

dagdhapāka दग्धऩाक
Completion of the process over above the stage of kharpaka – charred state

dagdhasya hrdayamadagdham dṛṣṭvā vā दग्धस्म ह्र्दमभदग्धभ ् दृष्ट्िा िा
Sign of suspected poisoning meaning heart remains intact while body is burning.

dāhaṁ दाहॊ
Burning sensation.

dahat iva ārtava दहत ् इि आतिश
Menstruation with burning sensation

dahat iva ucchāsa दहत ् इि उच्छास
Expiration with burning sensation

dahat iva दहत ् इि
Burning sensation.

dahat liṅgaṁ दहत ् मरङ्गॊ
Ejaculation with burning in penis

dahat mūtraṁ दहत ् भत्रू ॊ
Burning Micturition.

dahatyagnirivādau tu bhinattīvordhvamāśu दहत्मत्ग्नरयिादौ तु मबनत्तीिोध्िभश ाशु
In scorpion bite, there is intense burning pain in the beginning and thereafter there is pinching pain which spreads upwards instantaneously.

dāhavat purīṣapravartanaṁ दाहित ् ऩयु ीषप्रितनश ॊ
Defecation with burning sensation

dainyaṁ दैन्मॊ
Wretchedness, pathetic.

daivavyapāśraya दैिव्मऩाश्रम
non-pharmacological management of illness applying spiritual intervention

daivī दैिी
one among four categories of medicines described in Atharva Veda

dakshinayan/visargakaal — विसर्गकाल/दक्षिणायन
Also called the Southern solstice or Dakshinayana. It indicates the movement of the sun. During this period the sun begins moving southward. This period enhances the strength of all living beings. Dakshinayan Kala Includes three seasons Varsha, Sharada, and Hemanta

dakṣiṇayan/visargakāla दक्षऺणामन

dālana danta दारन दन्त
Breaking

dalana दरन
Cracks

dālyata iva दाल्मत इि
Cracking pain

damaḥ दभ्
self restraint

dambha darśanaṁ दम्ब दशनश ॊ
Fixed gaze

daṁśā bahuttaravi ṣā bhṛśāḥ दॊशा फहुत्तयवि षा बशृ ा्
Poison coming out of the snake fangs viz., lower left, upper left, lower right and upper right is progressively more and more virulent and incurable.

daṁśa viśīryate दॊश विशीमतश े
Symptom of the hornet sting is suppuration of the bitten part.

daṁśa दॊश
Biting

daṁśadeśa दॊशदेश
site of bite/sting

daṁśakothaḥ दॊशकोथ्
Putrefaction/ suppuration of the affected part.

daṁśāvadaraṇaṁ दॊशािदयणॊ
Excoriation.

daṁṣṭrā दॊष्रा
Ayurvedic term for poisonous teeth which is counted as site of poison and medium of spreading poison/infection by the way bite of animal.

daṁṣṭrānipātāḥ दॊष्रातनऩाता्
Distinct impression of all the fangs on the bitten part.

daṁṣṭrāviṣaṁ maulaṁ hanti दॊष्राविषॊ भौरॊ हत्न्त
Animate type of poison is neutralized by the use of inanimate poisons.

daṁṣṭriṇaḥ दॊत्ष्रण्
All poisonous animals.

daṁṣṭrotthaṁ दॊष्रोत्थॊ
The poison which originates from fangs or canines in animals.

daṁśyata iva vṛścika दॊश्मत इि ित्ृ श्चक
Pain resembles from the bite of scorpion.

daṇḍa dharaṇa दण्ड धयण
Holding stick removes fear of dog, reptiles, ferocious beasts and horned animals. Protects from falling, slipping and other defects.

dantabandhanaṁ दन्तफन्धनॊ
Gum/ Gingiva - The fleshy substance or tissue covering the alveolar processes of the jaw

dantadaśana दन्तदशन
Gnashing of the teeth

dantādhāra दन्ताधाय
Gum/Alveolar arch - The fleshy substance or tissue covering the alveolar processes of the jaw

dantāgram दन्ताग्रभ
Cutting margin of tooth - Crown of the tooth

dantaḥ दन्त्
Tooth

dantaharṣaḥ दन्तहष्श
Gnashing of teeth

dantaharṣaṁ दन्तहषं
Hypersensitivity in teeth.

dantakāṣṭha दन्तकाष्ठ
A piece of plant, stick or twig which is used for cleaning teeth & in ancient time it was used for giving the poison.

dantākṣepa दन्ताऺेऩ
Gnashing of teeth

dantamāṁsam दन्तभाॊसभ ्
Gum - The fleshy substance or tissue covering the alveolar processes of the jaw

dantamūlam दन्तभरू भ ्
Root of teeth/Gum - Part of the human teeth covered by cementum/The fleshy substance or tissue

dantamūlāt raktaṁ दन्तभरू ात ् यततॊ
Bleeding from Gums

dantapiṇḍikā दन्तवऩत्ण्डका
Gum/Alveolar arch - The fleshy substance or tissue covering the alveolar processes of the jaw

dantapradaśana दन्तप्रदशन
Gnashing of the teeth

dantasadanaṁ दन्तसदनॊ
Falling of teeth

dantaśaithilya दन्तशधथल्म
Looseness of teeth.

dantaśopha दन्तशोप
Swelling of gums

dantatvak दन्तत्िक्
Enamel - A hard white dense substance forming a covering for the crown of the teeth

dantavalkaṁ दन्तिल्कॊ
Enamel - A hard white dense substance forming a covering for the crown of the teeth

dantaveṣṭakaḥ दन्तिेष्टक्
Alveolar arch/Gum - The fleshy substance or tissue covering the alveolar processes of the jaw

dantaveṣṭebhyaḥ raktaṁ दन्तिेष्टेभ्म् यततॊ
Bleeding from Gums

dantkhādana दन्त्खादन
Gnashing of the teeth

dantolukhalāni दन्तोरखु रातन
Bony sockets of teeth - A dental alveolus of the maxilla or mandible, a cavity that contains the root of a tooth.

daraḥ दय्
Cardiac murmur

daraṇa hṛdayaṁ दयण रृदमॊ
Cracking pain in heart

daraṇa दयण
Cracks, Fissure

dāraṇaṁ दायणॊ
Cracks, Fissure

dārḍhya दार्ढशम
hardness , fixedness , stability , strength

darpa दऩश
Pride, arrogance

darśana apaghāta दशनश अऩघात
Blurred vision.

darśana aśakti दशनश अशत्तत
Blurred vision

darśana asāmarthyaṁ दशनश असाभर्थमं
Blurred vision.

darśana grahaṇaṁ दशनश ग्रहणॊ
Blurred vision.

darśana hāni दशनश हातन
Blurred vision.

darśana kṛśatā दशनश कृ शता
Blurred vision.

darśana kṣaya दशनश ऺम
Blurred vision.

darśana nāśa दशनश नाश
Blurred vision.

darśana rodha दशनश योध
Blurred vision.

darśana rodhanaṁ दशनश योधनॊ
Blurred vision.

darśana upaghāta दशनश उऩघात
Blurred vision

darśana uparodha दशनश उऩयोध
Blurred vision.

darśana vadha दशनश िध
Blurred vision.

darśana vibhramaṁ दशनश विभ्रभॊ
Blurred vision.

darśana दशनश
1. Looking at, seeing, observing 2. Inspection / examination

darśanaṁ
To see

darśanavināśa दशनश विनाश
Restricted vision or Blurred vision.

dāruṇa दारुण
Hard

darvīkara दिॉकय
Hooded snake/cobras.

daśaguṇam दशगणु भ ्
Ten attributes or properties of poison by which it acts on the body and produces harmful effects.

daśaguṇānvit दशगणु ात्न्ित
A poison which proves almost instantaneously fatal (within a day) should be regarded as having all ten qualities of poison.

daśamūla दशभरू
A combination of following ten roots obtained from Five trees Bilva (Aegle marmelos), Agnimantha (Premna mucronata), Shyonak (Oroxylum indicum), Pātla (Stereospermum suaveolens), Gambhari (Gmelina arborea) and Five plants Shālparni (Desmodium gangeticum), Prishnaparni (Uraria picta), Brahti (Solanum indicus), Kantkari (Solanum surattense), and Gokshura (Tribulus terrestris).

daśanacchadaḥ दशनच्छद्
Lips

daśanacchadau दशनच्छदौ
Labia or lips

daśanāḥ दशना्
Teeth - Hard bony projection in jaws serving as organ of mastication

daṣṭa दष्ट
bitten/stung

daṣṭaḥ śītodakeneva

daṣṭakam दष्टकभ ्
It is a type of snake bite in which three marks of the fangs are seen accompanied with tearing of the muscle but not of blood vessels.

daṣṭanipīḍita दष्टतनऩीडडत
It is a type of snake bite in which four fang marks are seen with tearing of the muscles but not of the blood vessels.

dattvā दत्त्िा
By giving / adding

daugdhikapuṣpavat दौत्ग्धकऩष्ु ऩित ्
Color of the flower of Daugdhika (Oxystelma esculantum)

daurbalya दौफल्म
Loss of strength.

daurbalyam दौफल्श मभ ्
Debility, weakness, feebleness

daurgandhyaṁ दौगन्ध्मॊ
Foul smell

davana दिन
Hot touch.

dayati दमतत
Desire

deha देह
The living body. Indicative of growth in the bodily tissues.

dehaḥ देह्
Body

dehalauhasiddhikara देहरौहमसद्धधकय
Make the body strong like iron

dehasiddhi देहमसद्धध
Making the body stronger & steady through therapeutics

deśa देश
it implies to body or body part or geographical area

deśaviruddha देशविरुद्ध
Intake of dry and sharp substance in deserts: unctuous and cold substance in marshy land is considered as place unwholesome diet/ drugs.

Designative of adipose tissue and other lipids in the body."

Designative of Bone Tissue."

deśyokti देश्मोत्तत
habitat; plants are named on basis of their place of origin

deva dveṣa द्िेष
Aversion to good

devakardama देिकदशभ
Combination of following four plants Shreekhand (Santalum album), Karpoor (Cinnamomum comphora), Agru (Aqualaria aggalocha), and Kāshmir (crocus sativus).

dhairyanāśa धैमनश ाश
Lack of courage

dhamanī harṣa धभनी हषश
Enlargement of artery

dhamanījālasaṁvṛtaḥ धभनीजारसिॊ तृ ्
Prominent network of artery

dhamanījālasantataḥ धभनीजारसन्तत्
Prominent network of artery

dhamanīpraticayaḥ धभनीप्रततचम्
Hardening of artery

dhamanītataḥ धभनीतत्
Prominent network of artery

dhameda धभेद
Smelting

dhānā धाना
Puffed rice-Grains are fried after dehusk. It is light in nature and easy to digest. Indicated in Jwar & Agnimandyaetc.

dhānyābhraka धान्माभ्रक
Intermediary process in incineration of mica for removing stone, gravel etc and to make fine powder with the help of paddy & sour gruel.

dhānyarāśī धान्मयाशी
Heap of paddy husk keeping the medicines to maintain the temperature

dhāra धाय
It’s a type of Antariksha jala. The water which falls from the mountain in the form of falls.

dhāraṇa aśakti purīṣapravartanaṁ धायण अशत्तत ऩयु ीषप्रितनश ॊ
Inability to bear urge of defecation

dharaṇa धयण
A unit of Measurement; ,Four seeds of masha are equal to one dharan and synonym of sana

dhāraṇa धायण
Holding, carrying, preserving, protecting, Possessing. Common function of all Dhātus. Specific function of Asthi Dhātu.

dhāraṇīyavega धायणीमिेग
Urges which are suppressed. These urges are aimed towards the mental harmony. It includes urges like greed, grief, fear, anger, ego, shamelessness, jealousy, excessive attachment, desire for things possessed by others, speaking harsh words, back biting, lying, desire for other women & stealing.

dhāri धारय
the one that prevents the body from decay, a synonym of ayu

dharma धभश
Righteousness, justice, duty, obligations, dispostion, distinctive quality, religious observance etc. One of the four Purusharta’s (values or goals of life) according to Hindus. It is inferred by results of good conduct of a person which provides heaven and happiness is treated as dharma. Contrary to this Adharma.

dharmastha धभस्थ
Magistrate judge.

dhātu pradūṣaṇa धातु प्रदषू ण
vitiation of dhatus; commonly used to denote the substances that are harmful to the living system

dhātu varga धातु िगश
group of metals;

dhātu धातु
mineral or metal

dhātusāmya धातसु ाम्म
Equilibrium of dhatus which is indicated by alleviation of the disorder. following criteria for DHATUSAMYA are alleviation of disorder

dhātusrāva purīṣaṁ धातस्रु ाि ऩयु ीषॊ
Stool with tissue elements

dhātuvāda धातिु ाद
Transmutation of lower metals into noble metals

dhātvāgni धात्ित्ग्न
Seven types of Agni those are responsible for transformation of one Dhatu into another. Seven Dhatvagnis are: Rasagni, Raktagni, Mamsagni, Medo agni, Asthyagni and Sukragni.

dhāvana धािन
Fleeing

dhavasta धिस्त
Chocked

dhī धी
Understanding , intelligence , wisdom

dhīvibhrama धीविभ्रभ
Perverted intelligence

dhīvibhraṁśa धीविभ्रशॊ
Adherence to wrong discrimination eternal & non eternal as well as wholesome is known as derangement of intellect because by nature the intellect sees rightly.

dhmāna nāsikā ध्भान नामसका
Obstruction of nostrils

dhmāna ध्भान
Distention due to flatus

dhmātā mukhaṁ ध्भाता भखु ॊ
Puffy face

dhṛti kṣaya धतृ त ऺम
Lack of courage

dhṛti vibhraṁśa धतृ त विभ्रशॊ
Derangement of restraint it is not possible to control the mind indulged in sexual pleasure from the unwholesome object.

dhṛti धतृ त
Controlling power of mind.

dhūma धूभ
Medicated smoke.

dhūmadhūmra darśanaṁ धूभधूम्र दशनश ॊ
Smoky vision

dhūmagandha धूभगन्ध
Smell of Smoke

dhūmagandhikaṁ धूभगत्न्धकॊ
Smell of Smoke

dhūmaka धूभक
Smoky sensation

dhūmanaṁ धूभनॊ
Smoky sensation

dhūmāvila dṛṣṭimaṇḍala धूभाविर दृत्ष्टभण्डर
Smoke color Pupil

dhūmāvṛtaṁ iva dṛṣṭimaṇḍalaṁ धूभाितृ ॊ इि दृत्ष्टभण्डरॊ
Smoke color Pupil

dhūmāyana iva mukhaṁ धूभामन इि भखु ॊ
Feeling of emitting fumes from mouth

dhūmāyana धूभामन
Smoky sensation

dhūmāyati iva धूभामतत इि
Smoky sensation

dhūmopahata धूभोऩहत
Asphyxia by inhalation of smoke.

dhūmopamaṁ ucchāsa धूभोऩभॊ उच्छास
Smoky sensation while breathing

dhūmradarśanaṁ धूम्रदशनश ॊ
smoky vision

dhunvana धुन्िन
Convulsion.

dhūpa icchā धूऩ इच्छा
Fond of incense

dhūpana धूऩन
Smoky sensation

dhupastu pāyudeśe prayojitaḥ धुऩस्तु ऩामदु ेशे प्रमोत्जत्
Fumigation of perineal region.

dhūsaraḥ धूसय्
Ash color, Grey color

dhvajabhaṅga ध्िजबङ्ग
Loss of erection of penis

dhvajam ध्िजभ ्
Penis - The male organ of copulation and in mammals urination

dhvaṁsanaṁ roma ध्िसनॊ योभ
Falling of hair

dhyāna ध्मान
Thinking excessively

dhyāyati (vihagaḥ) ध्मामतत (विहग्)
It is a symptom produced in the first of impulse of bird poisoning which means the bird gets depressed.

digdha र्दग्ध
Coating

digdhagala र्दग्धगर
Mucus coating in throat

digdhaviddha र्दग्धविद्ध
Arrow/sui poisoning.

dik darśanaṁ र्दक् दशनश ॊ
Looking in all direction

dīna mukhaṁ दीन भखु ॊ
Exhausted face

dinacaryā र्दनचमाश
Made out of two words, Dina and Charya. Dina refers to Day/day time/day today and Charya refers to regimen/routine work which includes Ahara (Food) and Vihara (activities), thus Dinacharaya means daily routines or day to day regimens.

dīpana दीऩन
One of the mercurial processes by which reactiveness of mercury is to be hastened

dīpanīya दीऩनीम
Appetizer

dīpta teja दीप्त तजे
Very brightly shining aura

dīptāpakasannibhaṁ दीप्ताऩकसत्न्नबॊ
Color of burnt scar

dīrgha ucchavāsa दीघश उच्छिास
Very prolonged expiration.

dīrghasūtratā दीघसश त्रू ता
Slow activities

dīryata vadhaḥ दीमतश िध्
Piercing pain.

divasadvandama र्दिसद्िन्दभ
Indicating the period in any process

divāsvapa र्दिास्िऩ
Sleeping during day time. It should be avoided by healthy individuals otherwise it may cause increase of kapha, Meda. Except during grisma (summer) at all other time day sleep is prohibited. Day sleep is not nap.

divāsvapna र्दिास्िप्न
Sleeping during day time

divya sarpa र्दव्म सऩश
Mysterious mythological celestial snakes which are radiant just like fire and it is said that they always roar, cause rain, shine by themselves and always support and sustain the world, when become angry convert the world to ashes by their sight and exhalation.

dohada icchā दोहद इच्छा
Desire to take all types of food.

dolāyaṁtra दोरामत्रॊ
An apparatus used to detoxify the materials by suspending the bundle in specified liquids for a specified time period

doṣa viruddha दोष विरुद्ध
Utilization of drugs, diet and regimen having similar qualities with Dosa (humours - Vata, Pitta & Kapha) but at variance with the habit of the individuals is categorized under this.

doṣa दोष
Principle constituents of the body that is responsible for homeostasis, when present in the state of equilibrium. Doṣas also determine the psycho-physiological nature / constitution of an individual. Doṣas are capable of vitiating the different bodily tissues, when deviate from the state of equilibrium and can lead to diseases. These are of two classes: a. Śārīrika (bodily): Vāta, Pitta and Kapha. b. Mānasa (psychological): Raja and Tama.

Doṣa-dūṣya saṁmūrcchanā दोष दष्ू म सभॊ च्ू छश ना
The interaction between the Doshas & Dushyas that occurs during the stage of Sthanasamshraya.

doṣadarśanaṁ adoṣeṣu दोषदशनश ॊ अदोषषे ु
Finds fault in unfaultable things

doṣaja svapna दोषज स्िप्न
Dreams due to aggravation of Doshas

doṣanirmukta दोषतनभतुश त
Making the material free From impurities

doṣapraśamana दोषप्रशभन
Pacification of doshas; commonly used to denote the substances that pacify doshas.

doṣasthānaprakṛtīḥ prāpyānyatamaṁ hyudīrayati दोषस्थानप्रकृ ती् प्राप्मान्मतभॊ वमदु ीयमतत
Depending upon the location of doshas and the constitution of the patient, poisons provoke other doshas.

doṣavaktā दोषितता
Abusing others

doṣavinigraha दोषवितनग्रह
Retention of flatus

drākṣāphalopamā द्राऺापरोऩभा
Color of grape fruit.

draṣṭā द्रष्टा
Synonym of Sākṣī. An attribute of Ātmā.

drava द्रि
Liquid; one among the 20 gurvadi guna

drāvaka gaṇa द्रािक गण
The agents which make the materials to melt at much lower temperatures than the original melting points.

dravānna upācareta द्रिान्न उऩाचयेत
Treated with liquid food- person who is having dryness of the body, suffering from thirst & debility should be treated with liquid foods.

drāvayeda द्रािमेद
Process of liquefying material

dravya द्रव्म
Materials of plant, animal & mineral origin

dravyaguṇa द्रव्मगणु
1. Science that deals with substances used for health benefits in all their aspects like properties, actions, uses, sources, processing, quality, etc. 2. Branch of Ayurveda.

dṛḍha hasta दृढ हस्त
With strong hands / with great effort

dṛḍha karṇapālī दृढ कणऩारी
Hard lobe of ear

dṛḍha vāsasā दृढ िाससा
With strong cloth

droṇa द्रोण
A unit of Measurement; Sixteen prastha will make one drona equivalent to 12.228 kg/l metric units

droṇī द्रोणी
A unit of Measurement; ,Four drona combined will make one droni equivalent to 49.152 kg/l of metric units

dṛṣṭāntaḥ दृष्टान्त्
Description of universal truth fully comprehensible by the wise and ignorant person

dṛṣṭasvapnaṁ दृष्टस्िप्नॊ
Dreams of past visual experiences

dṛṣṭi दृत्ष्ट
look

dṛṣṭigolakam दृत्ष्टगोरकभ ्
Eyeball - The globe of the eye

dṛṣṭiḥ दृत्ष्ट्
Pupil of eyeball, The contractile opening at the center of the iris of the eye

dṛṣṭihṛdayoparodho दृत्ष्टरृदमोऩयोधो
When the poison enters the stomach, dysfunction is produced in the eye and the heart.

dṛṣṭimaṇḍala दृत्ष्टभण्डर
Pupil

dṛṣṭivadhaḥ दृत्ष्टिध्
Blurred vision

dṛṣṭvā दृष्ट्िा
a quality of teacher of experiencing or observing various preparations 2.observing end points in the preparation of various formulations

druta bhāṣaṇaṁ द्रतु बाषणॊ
Speedy talk

druta buddhi द्रतु फद्ु धध
Perverted intelligence

druta gati द्रतु गतत
Brisk walking

drutadrāva द्रतु द्राि
Indicates the quick melting – materials with Low Melting Point

druti द्रतु त
Process of liquefaction of solid material – colloidal solutions

ducchāya दच्ु छाम
Diminished complexion.

dugdha icchā दग्ु ध इच्छा
Fond of Milk

dugdha दग्ु ध
Milk; Synonym of Kshira.

duḥkha āvedana द्ु ख आिेदन
Loudly proclaims sorrows to others

duḥkha pākaḥ द्ु ख ऩाक्
Delayed digestion

duḥkha purīṣapravartanaṁ द्ु ख ऩयु ीषप्रितनश ॊ
Difficulty in defecation.

duḥkha śīla द्ु ख शीर
Unhappy disposition

duḥkha द्ु ख
It refers to Unhappiness, sorrow, woe, grief, misery, pain, anguish, agony, affliction, wretchedness, suffering, trouble, hardship, adversity, infliction, trial, tribulation. Any action which gives pain to Indriya (Sense-organs) and Atma due to perception of Adharma / Papa karma is Duhlha

duḥkhāyu द्ु खामु
A kind of life full of sorrow; Unhappy life: Unpleasant social life

duḥkhita द्ु णखत
Unhappy disposition.

duḥkhopacāratā द्ु खोऩचायता
Unhappy on medical attention by others.

dundubhisvanīya दन्ु दमु बस्िनीम
Name of a chapter which states treatment of the patients of poisoning by the sounds of beating medicated drums because of its anti venomous virtue.

durādhmānaṁ दयु ाध्भानॊ
Distention of abdomen due to flatus.

durālakṣyatamaṁ दयु ारक्ष्मतभॊ
very mild symptom (un noticeable)

durāntikastha darśanaṁ दयु ात्न्तकस्थ दशनश ॊ
Near appearance of remote objects.

durbala asthi दफु रश अत्स्थ
Weakness of bone

durbhagaḥ दबु गश ्
Unshapely (unpleasant to look)

durdagdhaṁ ददु शग्धॊ
Stage of a burn during agnikarma which is characterized by the eruption of a large vesicle and assumes a red color and is characterized by extreme pain of burning and drawing nature, which suppurates and takes long time to heal.

durdharatā grīvā दधु यश ता ग्रीिा
Weakness of neck

durgandha दगु न्श ध
Bad smell, Fetid smell

durharaṁ दहु शयॊ
Difficult to remove.

durjaratāṁ दजु यश ताॊ
processing vigorously leads to develop some unexpectable qualities

durjātaṁ दजु ाशतॊ
Malunion

durmana दभु नश
Loss of mental strength.

durmelalohadvayamelan a दभु ेररोहद्िमभेरन
Helps in alloy making of two metals ordinarily difficult to be alloyed

durnāma दनु ाशभ
Piles in Rectum

durupakrama दरुु ऩक्रभ
Difficult for therapeutic management due to increased risk.

dūrvā varṇa दिू ाश िणश
Color of fodder grass.

durvarṇa दिु णश श
Diminished complexion

dūṣīviṣam दषू ीविषभ ्
chronic poisoning/Either inanimate, animate or artificial poison when it becomes less potent after its treatment and when its effects are not nullified radically, because of which it resides in the body that particular less potent part of the above said poison is called dushivisha.

duṣṭa jala दष्ु ट जर
Poisoned /polluted water.

duṣṭa दष्ु ट
Vitiated; Turbid, Fetid, Bad

duṣṭacetasaḥ दष्ु टचेतस्
Evil minded

dūṣya दष्ू म
Any bodily structure that gets vitiated by aggravated Doṣas

dūyana दमू न
Parching

dvandva द्िन्द्ि
Alloying

dvayaṁgulam द्िमगॊ रु भ ्
indicating measure of length One angul=3/4 inch 2 angul equivalent to

dvayangulam — द्वयंगुलम
Indicating a measurement of length One angula=3/4 inch 2 Angula equivalent to 1.5 inches of metric units.

dveṣa द्िेष
Aversion - it is one of the Suppresable urge. If any person fails to suppress will end up in psychological disorders.

dvidhā auṣṭha द्विधा औष्ठ
Bifurcated lips

dvidhā darśanaṁ द्विधा दशनश ॊ
Double vision.

dvijadveṣa द्विजद्िेष
Aversion to Brahmins

dvikāla bhojana द्विकार बोजन
Twice a day meal-Having meal twice a day is good for those who have normal digestive fire, by this food will get digested and assimilated easily without any interruption.

dyotanaṁ nakulasya iva द्मोतनॊ नकु रस्म इि
Pupil shining like the mongoose eye


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