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मद्य

A Sanskrit English Dictionary | sa  en |   | 
मद्य   1. (for 2. See p. 779, col. 1) Nom.P.°यति, [Pāṇ. 7-2, 98] Sch.
मद्य  mfn. 2.mf()n. (for 1. See p. 777, col. 2) intoxicating. exhilarating, gladdening, lovely, [RV.]
मद्य  n. n. any intoxicating drink, vinous or spiritous liquor, wine, [Mn.]; [MBh. &c.]
मद्य   a 1. 2. See pp. 777 and 779.

मद्य [madya] a.  a. [माद्यत्यनेन करणे यत्]
Intoxicating.
Gladdening, exhilarating.
-द्यम्   Spirituous liquor, wine, any intoxicating drink; रणक्षितिः शोणितमद्यकुल्या [R.7.49;] [Ms.5.56;9.84;1.89;] भिक्षो मांसनिषेवणं प्रकुरुषे किं तेन मद्यं विना [S. D.525.] -Comp.
-आक्षेपः   addiction to drink.-आमोदः,
-गन्धः, -दोहदः   the Bakula tree.
-कीटः   a kind of insect.
-कुम्भः   a brandy-jar.
-द्रुमः   a kind of tree (माडवृक्ष).
-पः   a drunkard, tippler, sot.
-पङ्कः   mash.
पानम् drinking intoxicating liquor.
any intoxicating drink.
-पीत a.  a. intoxicated with drink.-पुष्पा the plant called Dhātakī.
-बी(वी)जम्   a drug used to cause fermentation, leaven.
-भाजनम्   a wineglass; so मद्यभाण्डम्.
-मण़्डः   barm, yeast.
-वासिनी   the plant called धातकी.
-संधानम्   distillation of spirit; क्रयं वा विक्रयं वाऽपि मद्यसंधानमेव च [Śukra.1.33.]

Shabda-Sagara | sa  en |   | 
मद्य  n.  (-द्यं) Wine, vinous or spirituous liquor.
 f.  (-द्या)
1. Intoxicating. 2. Gladdening.
E. मद to be intoxicated, (by it), aff. यत् .
See also: मद - यत् .

A dictionary, Marathi and English | mr  en |   | 
Vinous or spirituous liquor.

 न. मदिरा ; दारु . [ सं . ]
०पा   पी - वि . दारु पिणारा ; दारुड्या . मद्यपाआंगीचें वस्त्र । कां लेपाहातींचें शस्त्र । - ज्ञा १३ . ५३२ .
०पान  न. दारु पिणें .
०पाननिषेध  पु. दारु पिण्याबद्दल निषेध ; दारु न पिण्याबद्दलची चळवळ सरकारनें द्रव्यशोषणाकडे नजर देऊन मद्यपाननिषेधाचे पाय तोडावे . ... - के १ . २५९ .
०मंड  पु. सातूच्या दारुवरील फेसाळ साय ; सुरामंड ; कारोत्तर .
०सार  न. ( शाप . ) अल्कोहल .

Puranic Encyclopaedia  | en  en |   | 
MADYA   Wine. There is a story in the [seventh Skandha of Devī Bhāgavata] showing how Madya happened to be an intoxicant. Once Indra sent out the Aśvinīdevas from Devaloka and banned wine to them. They took refuge in Cyavana a great sage. Cyavana conducted a special Yāga and invited the Aśvinīdevas to partake of the Yajñāṁśa. Indra objected to this and Cyavana had to face Indra in a fight. Then Cyavana produced from the sacrificial fire a demon named Mada and he rushed at Indra to kill him. Indra then bowed down before Cyavana and craved for pardon. Cyavana withdrew the demon and tearing him into four pieces put one each in dice, hunting, wine and women. That was how all the four became intoxicating. In ancient India there were certain social conventions regarding drinking of alcoholic preparations. All those drinks which were intoxicants were not listed as ‘Alcohol’. Wine, honey, toddy, juice of sugarcane, juice of Iruppa and Kuṭampuli, and sweet toddy of palm tree were not considered alcohol. Surā (liquor) chiefly meant Paiṣṭī (liquor made out of rice paste). Drinking of Surā was banned to the three castes, Brāhmaṇa, Kṣatriya and Vaiśya. If they drank Surā they had to perform a penance for a year drinking only water or eat long pepper for a year. To be free from the sin of drinking Surā one should wear dress made of animal hair. Even if one drinks water in a pot in which Surā was taken, one should observe Vrata for seven days. [Chapter 173, Agni Purāṇa].

Aryabhushan School Dictionary | mr  en |   | 
  Vinous liquor. मद्यपान
  Drinking of spirits.

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