Below the crested human is the day as the antelope is from midnight to morning.  
madhyama      middle (used like Lat. {medius} e.g. ; (in astron.) mean (cf.
%{madhya}) Su1ryas. ; relating to the meridian ib. ;
midnight L. ;; a kind of
antelope
L. ;
eNa
       %{as} , %{I4} mf. a species of deer or antelope (described as being of a
black colour with beautiful eyes and short legs) AV. v , 14 , 11 VS. xxiv , 36 Mn. iii ,
269 MBh. &c. ; m. (in astron.) Capricorn.
eNabhRt        m. `" bearing an antelope "' , the moon L.
eNadRz        f. the eye of an antelope Naish. ; (%{k}) m. (in astron.) Capricorn.
eNa-mada        m. the juice of the antelope , musk Naish.
dō-
To give.

Oldest form *deh3-, colored to *doh3-,
becoming *dō-.
▲ Derivatives include betray,
surrender, vend,
dose, antidote.

1.
a. Zero-grade form *də-. dado, date1,
dative, datum, die2; add, betray,
edition, perdition, render, rent1,
surrender, tradition, traitor, treason,
vend from Latin dare, to give;
b. Greek dosis, something given (see 4
below).
2. Suffixed form *dō-no-. donation,
donative, donor; condone, pardon from
Latin dōnum, gift.
3. Suffixed form *dō-t(i)-.
a. dot2, dowager, dower, dowry; endow
from Latin dōs (genitive dōtis), dowry;
b. dacha from Russian dacha, gift,
dacha, from Slavic *datja;
c. samizdat from Russian samizdat,
samizdat, from dat', to give.
4. Suffixed form *dō-ro-. lobster
thermidor, Pandora from Greek dōron,
gift.
5. Reduplicated form *di-dō-. dose;
anecdote, antidote, apodosis, epidote
from Greek didonai, to give, with zero-
grade noun dosis (< *də-ti-), something
given.
[Pokorny dō- 223.]

Zero-grade form *də-. dado, date1,
dative, datum, die2; add,
betray,
edition, perdition, render, rent1,
surrender, tradition,
traitor, treason,
vend from Latin dare, to give;

.Sanskrit
doSa
       2 m. rarely n. ( %{duS}) fault
, vice , deficiency , want ,
inconvenience , disadvantage
Up.
Mn. MBh. Ka1v. &c. [498,3] ; badness ,
wickedness , sinfulness Mn. R. ; offence
, transgression , guilt , crime (acc. with
%{R} or %{labh} , to incur guilt) , SrS.
Mn. MBh. &c. ; damage , harm , bad
consequence , detrimental effect (%
{nai9Sa@doSaH} , there is no harm ; %
{ko'tra@d-} , what does it matter?) Mn.
MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; accusation , reproach
(%{-SaMkR} or %{-SeNa-gam} with acc.
, to accuse) R. ; alteration , affection ,
morbid element , disease (esp. of the 3
humours of the body , viz. %{pitta} , %
{vAyu} , and %{zleSman} , 1 [cf. %
{tridoSa} and %{dhAtu}] , applied also
to the humours themselves) Sus3r. ;
(also %{-Saka}) a calf L.
dō-
To give.

Oldest form *deh3-, colored to *doh3-,
becoming *dō-.
▲ Derivatives include betray,
surrender, vend,
dose, antidote.
dosa dhatu
1.
a. Zero-grade form *də-. dado,
date1,
dative, datum, die2
; add, betray,
edition, perdition, render, rent1,
surrender, tradition, traitor, treason,
vend from Latin dare, to give;
b. Greek dosis, something given (see
4 below).
dhAtu        1 m. layer , stratum
Ka1tyS3r. Kaus3. ; constituent part ,
ingredient (esp. [ and in RV. only] ifc. ,
where often= `" fold "' e.g. %{tri-
dhA4tu} , threefold &c. ; cf. %{triviSTi-}
, %{sapta-} , %{su-}) RV. TS. S3Br. &c.
; element , primitive matter (= %{mahA-
bhUta} L.) MBh. Hariv. &c. (usually
reckoned as 5 , viz. %{kha} or %
{AkAza} , %{anila} , %{tejas} , %{jala} ,
%{bhU} ; to which is added %{brahma}
Ya1jn5. iii , 145 ; or %{vijJAna} Buddh.)
;
a constituent element or
essential ingredient of the body
(distinct from the 5 mentioned
above and conceived either as 3
humours [called also %{doSa}]
phlegm , wind and bile BhP. [cf. %
{purISa} , %{mAMsa} , %{manas} ,
Cha1ndUp. vi , 5 , 1] ;
or as the 5
organs of sense , %{indriyANi} .[cf. s.v.
and MBh. xii , 6842 , where %{zrotra} ,
%{ghrANa} , %{Asya} , %{hRdaya} and
%{koSTha} are mentioned as the 5
dhñdha1tu of the human body born
from the either] and the 5 properties of
the elements perceived by them , %
{gandha} , %{rasa} , %{rUpa} , %
{sparza} and %{zabda} L. ; or the 7
fluids or secretions , chyle , blood ,
flesh , fat , bone , marrow , semen
Sus3r. [L. %{rasA7di} or %{rasa-
raktA7di} , of which sometimes 10 are
given , the above 7 and hair , skin ,
sinews BhP.]) ; primary element of the
earth i.e. metal , mineral , are (esp. a
mineral of a red colour) Mn. MBh. &c.
element of words i.e. grammatical or
verbal root or stem Nir. Pra1t. MBh. &c.
(with the southern Buddhists %{dhAtu}
means either the 6 elements [see
above] Dharmas. xxv ; or the 18
elementary spheres [%{dhAtu-loka}] ib.
lviii ; or the ashes of the body , relics L.
[cf. %{-garbha}]).
Compare Sanskrit Dosa to the English Dose.

Dose means quantity (in units of energy/mass) in the fields of nutrition,
medicine, and toxicology. Dosage is the rate of application of a dose,
although in common and imprecise usage, the words are sometimes used
synonymously.

Dose can also mean quantity (in units of number/area) in the fields of Surface
science and Ion implantation. See the definition of dose in ISO18115-1, term
4.173 (and compare the related definition of fluence in term 4.217 of the
same Standard).

Particular uses in this context including:

Dose (biochemistry), the quantity of something that may be eaten by or
administered to an organism, or that an organism may be exposed to
Overdose, intaking more than your required dose.
Absorbed dose, an amount of radiation received
Defined daily dose, a World Health Organization statistical measure of drug
consumption
Dosage form, a mixture of active and inactive components used to administer
a medication
Dose profile, taken by a radiation detector in order to characterise the
radiation beams from medical linear accelerators
Dosing, the process of administering a measured amount of a medicine or
chemical to an inanimate object or non-human animal
Effective dose (pharmacology), the amount of a substance required to
produce an effect on a predefined percentage of a population
Equivalent dose, a measure of radiation dosage to tissue
Maximum tolerated dose, the highest dose of a radiological or
pharmacological treatment that will produce the desired effect without
unacceptable toxicity
Median lethal dose, is the dose of a toxic substance or radiation required to
kill half the members of a tested population after a specified test duration
Optimal Biological Dose, the quantity of a radiological or pharmacological
treatment that will produce the desired effect with acceptable toxicity
Physiologic dose, within the range of concentrations or potencies that would
occur naturally
Reference dose, the United States Environmental Protection Agency's
maximum acceptable oral dose of a toxic substance

dos        n. (m. only R. vi , 1 , 3 ; nom. acc. sg. %{do4s} S3Br. ; du. %{doSI} Kaus3. ; %{dorbhyAm} n.
MBh. Ka1v. ; pl. %{-bhis} Ma1lav. ; %{dohSu} BhP.) the fore-arm , the
arm &c. = %{doSan} (q.v.) ; the
part of an are defining its sine Su1ryas. ;
the side of a triangle or square W. (cf. %{bAhu} and
%{bhuja}). [499,1]

bhuja        m. (ifc. f. %{A}) the arm MBh. Ka1v. &c. (%{bhujayor@antaram} , the breast Bhartr2. ; cf.
%{bhujA7ntara}) ; the hand Pa1n2. 7-3 , 61 ; the trunk of an elephant MBh. iii , 15736 ; a branch ,
bough BhP. ; a bending , curve , coil (of a serpent ; see comp. below) ; the side of any geometrical
figure Ka1tyS3r. Sch. ; the base of a triangle Su1ryas. ; the base of a shadow ib. ; the supplement of 2
or 4 right angles or the complement of 3 right angles MW. ; (%{A}) f. see col. 2.

bAhu        1 m. and (L.) f. (fr. %{bah} , %{baMh} ; for 2. %{bAhu} see col. 3) the arm , (esp.) the
fore-arm , the
arm between the elbow and the wrist (opp. to %{pra-gaNDa} q.v. ; in medic. the whole
upper extremity of the body , as opp. to %{sakthi} , the lower extñextremity) RV. &c. &c. ; the arm as a
measure of length (= 12 An3gulas) Sulbas. ; the fore-foot of an animal (esp. its upper part) RV. AV. Br.
A1s3vGr2. ; the limb of a bow S3Br. ; the bar of a chariot-pole Gobh. ; the post (of a door ; see
%{dvAra-b-}) ; the side of an angular figure (esp. the base of a right-angled triangle) Su1ryas. ; the
shadow of the gnomon on a sun-dial ib. ; (also du.) the constellation A1rdra1 L. ; m. N. of a Daitya
MBh. ;of a son of Vajra VP. [Cf. Gk. $ , $ ; &222225[730 ,2] Germ. {buog} , {Bug} ; Angl. Sax. {bo1g} ;
Eng. {bough}.]

doSa  alteration , affection , morbid element , disease (esp. of the 3 humours of the body , viz. %{pitta}
, %{vAyu} , and %{zleSman} , 1 [cf. %{tridoSa} and %{dhAtu}] , applied also to the humours
themselves) Sus3r. ; (also %{-Saka}) a calf L.

doSA        2 f. (for 1. see 1. %{doSa}) the arm L.

doSan      
  n. (occurring only in nom. du. %{dosha4Ni1} AV. AitBr. ; gen. sg. %{doSNa4s} S3Br. ; instr.
%{doSNA} loc. %{doSNi} [or %{doSaNi-} see below] gen. du. %{doSNos} Ra1jat. ; acc "' pl. [m.!]
%{doSNas} Pa1n2. 6-1 , 63 ; the other forms are supplied by %{dos} q.v.) the fore-arm , the lower part
of the fore-foot of an animal ; the arm in general.

bhuj      , to bend , curve ; to be bent down or disheartened Hit. iv , 28. [Cf. Gk. $ ; Lat. {fugio} ;
&230688[759 ,1] Goth. {biugan} , {baugjan} (?) ; Germ. {biogan} , {biegen} ; Angl. Sax. {bu4gan} ;
Eng. {bow}.]
bhuja        m. (ifc. f. %{A}) the arm MBh. Ka1v. &c. (%{bhujayor@antaram} , the breast Bhartr2. ; cf.
%{bhujA7ntara}) ; the hand Pa1n2. 7-3 , 61 ; the trunk of an elephant MBh. iii , 15736 ; a branch ,
bough BhP. ; a bending , curve , coil (of a serpent ; see comp. below) ; the side of any geometrical
figure Ka1tyS3r. Sch. ; the base of a triangle Su1ryas. ; the base of a shadow ib. ; the supplement of 2
or 4 right angles or the complement of 3 right angles MW. ; (%{A}) f. see col.
bhaujaMga        (fr. %{bhujaM-ga}) mf(%{I})n. relating to a snake , serpent-like Ka1m. ; n. (scil.
%{bha}) the serpent constellation , the Nakshatra A1s3lesha VarBr2S.
bhoga        1 m. (1. %{bhuj}) any winding or curve , coil (of a serpent) RV. &c. &c. ; the expanded
hood of a snake Hariv. Ka1m. Pan5cat. ; a partic. kind of military array Ka1m. ; a snake Suparn2. ; the
body L.
Below
Fig. 1b: An analytical classification of
the copper tablets from Mohenjo-daro
by Asko Parpola. Drawn by Mrs. Virpi
Hämeen-Anttila. © 1992 by AP and VHA
Dosa
bAhu        the arm , (esp.) the fore-arm , the
arm between the elbow and the wrist;    
 in
medic.
the whole upper extremity of the body ,
as opp. to %{sakthi} , the lower extñextremity)
RV. &c. &c. mRgasaktha        n. =
%{mRgasya@
sakthi} Pa1n2. 5-4 , 98.
%{-sattama}. m. the best of antelopes MW.
mRgaziras        (%{mRga4-}) n. N. of the 3rd
(or 5th) Nakshatra (q.v.) containing 3 stars (one
of which is $ Orionis ; it is figured by an
antelope's head) AV. Gr2S3rS. VarBr2S
zIrSaktimat        mfn. suffering from head-ache
TS.
mArga        m. ( fr. %{mRga} , of which it is also
the Vr2iddhi form in comp.)
seeking , search ,
tracing out , hunting L. ; (exceptionally also n. ;
ifc. f. %{A}) the track of a wild animal , any track
, road , path , way to (loc. or comp.) or through
(comp.) , course (also of the wind and the stars)
Mn. MBh. &c. (%{mArgaM-dA} or %{yam} , with
gen. of pers. , to give up the way to , allow to
pass ;; (
in medic.) a way , passage , channel
(in any part of the body , esp. the intestinal canal
, anus) ; a way , expedient , means Ka
1m.
Katha1s. (%{mArgeNa} , by means of.
VarBr2S.) ;
iSustrikANDA        (%{iSustrikANDA}) f. `" the
threefold arrow "'N. of a constellation
(perhaps the girdle of Orion) AitBr.

doSa
esp. of the 3 humours of the body , viz.
%{pitta} , %{vAyu} , and %{zleSman} ,
catuSpArzva        n. the 4 sides (of a square &c.) W.
pArzvamAnI        f. the longer side of an oblong or the sñside of a square S3ulbas.
jIrvi        m. = %{pazu} or %{parzu} (axe or animal) Un2. iv , 54/55 ; a cart Un2. vr2. ; the body ib.
jIrNa        
mfn. (Pa1n2. 3-2 , 104) old , worn out , withered , wasted , decayed AV. x , 8 , 27 TS. i S3Br. &c. ;
ancient (tradition) Ka1tyS3r. Sch.      
jivri   
     mfn. (Pa1n2. 8-2 , 78 Va1rtt. 1 ; %{jrI}) old , worn out , decrepit , (du. %{-vrI}) RV. i ; iv , 19 , 2 and 36 , 3 ; viii , x ; (Nir. iii , 21) AV. viii , 1 , 6
and (%{ji4rvi}) xiv , 1 , 21 ; m.time Un2. v , 49/50 a bird ib.
prAcInagAthA        f. an ancient story or tradition MW.
pratna        mf(%{A4})n. former , preceding ; ancient , old ; traditional , customary RV. AV. TS. Br. BhP.
pratibAhu        m. fore-arm Var. ; an opposite side (in a square or polygon) Col. ; N. of sev. men BhP.
doSA        1^ f. darkness , night RV. AV. &c. (%{A4m} & %{A4} [instr. ; cf. g. %{svar-Adi}] ind. in the evening , at dusk , at night) ; Night personified
(and regarded with Prabhs as wife of Pushpa7rn2a and mother of Pradosha or Evening , Nis3itha [!] or Midnight and Vyusht2a or Day-break) BhP. iv
, 13 , 13 ; 14 (cf. %{doSa4s} , %
{pazcA-doSa} , %{pra-doSa} , %{prati-doSam}) 1.
pazcArdha        m. the hinder side or part S3Br. Gr2S3rS. MBh. ; (%{e}. ind. with gen. `" behind "') S3ak. ; the west side or part S3Br. Gr2S3rS. ; %
{-dhya4} mfn. being on the west side S3Br.
pazcAdbhAga        m. hind-part L. ; west side Var. ; mfn. whose conjunction with the moon begins in the afternoon ib.
pArzvabhAga        m. sñside-portion "' , the side or flank (of an elephant) L.
bhAga        1 m. ( %{bhoj}) a part , portion , share , allotment , inheritance (in Ved. also = lot , esp. fortunate lot , good fortune , luck , destiny) RV.
&c. &c.
samatribhuja        mfn. having 3 equal sides Col. ; m. n. any figure containing 3 equal sñsides MW. ; an equilateral triangle ib.
tribhuja        mfn. triangular ; m. a triangle A1ryabh. ii , 11.
trikaraNI        f. the side of a square 3 times as great as another (i.e. the diagonal of a quadrangle , the sides of which are formed by the side and
the diagonal of the smaller square) S3ulbas.
pArzva        n. (rarely m. g. %{ardharcA7di} ; ifc. f. %{A} fr. 1. %{parzu}) the region of the ribs (pl. the ribs) , side , flank (either of animate or
inanimate objects) RV. &c. &c. ; the side = nearness , proximity (with gen. or ifc. ; %{ayaH} , on
both sides ; %{am} , aside , towards ; %{e} , at the
side , near [opp. to %{dura-tas}] ; %{At} , away , from ; by means of , through) MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; a curved knife S3Br. ;
a side of any square figure
W.
; the curve or circumference of a wheel ib. ; (only n.) a multitude of ribs , the thorax W. [622,2] ; the extremity of the fore-axle nearest the wheel to
which the outside horses of a four-horse chariot are attached L. ; a fraudulent or crooked expedient L. ; m. the side horse on a chariot MBh. ; N. of
an ancient Buddhist teacher ; (with Jainas) N. of the 23rd Arhat of the present Ava-sarpin2i1 and of his servant ; (du.) heaven and earth L. ; mfn.
near , proximate (cf. comp. below).
pAzava        mf(%{I})n. (fr. %{pazu}) derived from or belonging to cattle or animals (with %{mAMsa} n. anńanimals food) Kaus3. Vet. Sus3r. ; n. a
flock , herd W.

Varuṇa        West        Oṃ Vaṃ Varuṇāya Namaḥ       
 Pāśa (noose)        Nalani        Śani (Saturn)        Varun
The Vedic god Varuna, the god of the water (phlegmic) and the ocean and guardian of the west.  Varuna, rules over Shatbhishak nakshatra the
nakshatra of 1000 healers and gives a person intelligence about all sorts of medicine.

pAza        m. (once n. ifc. f. %{A} ; fr. 3. %{paz}) a snare , trap , noose , tie , bond , cord , chain , fetter (lit. and fig.) RV. &c. &c. ; (esp.) the noose as
attribute of Siva or Yama RTL. 81 ; 290 ; (with Jainas) anything that binds or
fetters the soul i.e. the outer world , nature Sarvad. (cf. also RTL. 89)
; selvage , edge , border (of anything woven) , S3rGr2S. ;
a die , dice MBh.
pazupAza  
      m. the cord with which the victim is bound L. ; the chains which fetter the individual soul , the world of sense Prab.
pazupati        m. `" lord of animals "' (or `" lņlord of a servant named Pas3u "' or `" lņlord of the soul "' RTL. 89)N.
puruSapazu        m. a beast of man , a brutal man Pan5c. VP. ; a man as a sacrificial victim BhP. ; the soul compared with animal IW. 85 ; a human
animal , man W.
bhUripAza        (%{bhU4ri-}) m. du. `" holders of many fetters "'N. of Mitra-Varun2a RV.
nAgapAza        m. a sort of magical noose (used in battles) , Mahidh. on VS. vi , 8 (cf. MBh. viii , 2586 &c.) ; N. of Varun2a's weapon L. ;
pAzadhara        m. `" holding a noose "'N. of Varun2a Hariv.
pAzavat        mfn. having or possessing a noose (as Varun2a) MBh.
pazavya        mfn. (fr. %{pazu4})
u-pazaya        mfn. lying near at hand or close by , lying ready for use S3Br. S3a1n3khS3r. ; m. one of the Yu1pas (or posts ; (in med.)
the allaying (of diseases) by suitable remedies , suitableness , usefulness , advantageous medicine Car. ; the liking , predilection (of
a sick person as for coolness &c.) ib. ; diagnosis by the effect of certain articles of food or medicine W. ;
pazcA-ldikpati        m. regent of the western region "' N. of Varun2a Gal.
pAzin        mfn. having a net or noose , laying snares ; m. a bird-catcher , trapper A1past. ; N. of Varun2a MBh. Hariv. ;
s-paz        2 m. one who looks or beholds , a watcher , spy , messenger (esp. applied to the messengers of Varun2a) RV. AV. VS. [Cf.
Lat. {spex} in {auspex} ; Gk. $.] &382924[1268 ,2]
paz        1 only Pres. P. A1. %{pa4zyati} , %{-te} (cf. %{dRz} and Pa1n2. 7-3 , 78) , to see (with %{na} `" to be blind "') , behold , look at ,
observe , perceive , notice RV. &c. &c. ; to be a spectator , look on (esp. p. e.g. %{tasya@pazyataH} , while he looks on , before his
eyes Mn. ; %{pazyantI@tiSThati} , she stands ind looks on S3ak.) ; to see a person (either `" visit "' or `" receive as a visitor "') MBh. R.
&c.
parzu
       1 m. a rib AV. TS. Br. [cf. Zd. {perezu}] ; a curved knife , sickle AV. Kaus3. [cf. Lat. {falx} ; Gk. $]
pArzvabhAga        m. sñside-portion "' , the side or flank (of an elephant) L.
u-pazu
upazaya        mfn. lying near at hand or close by , lying ready for use S3Br. S3a1n3khS3r. ; m. one of the Yu1pas (or posts to which the sacrificial
animal is tied) TS. vi , 6 , 4 , 4 ;
the lying near or by the side of ; a kind of hole in the ground (placed near the track of wild animals , for a hunter to
conceal himself in Mall. on S3is3. ii , 80) ;
(in med.) the allaying (of diseases) by suitable remedies , suitableness , usefulness , advantageous
medicine Car. ; the liking , predilection (of a sick person as for coolness &c.) ib. ; diagnosis by the effect of certain articles of food or medicine
W. ;

kalpa %{etena@kalpena} , in this way ; cf. %{pazu-k-} ,  ; (in medic.) treatment of the sick , manner of curing Sus3r. ii ; the art of preparing medicine
, pharmacy Car. ; the doctrine of poisons and antidotes Sus3r. i
;

bAhu        1 m. and (L.) f. (fr. %{bah} , %{baMh} ; for 2. %{bAhu} see col. 3) the arm , (esp.) the fore-arm , the arm between the elbow and the wrist
(opp. to %{pra-gaNDa} q.v.
; in medic. the whole upper extremity of the body , as opp. to %{sakthi} , the lower extñextremity) RV. &c. &c. ; the arm as
a measure of length (= 12 An3gulas) Sulbas. ; the fore-foot of an animal (esp. its upper part) RV. AV. Br. A1s3vGr2. ; the limb of a bow S3Br. ; the
bar of a chariot-pole Gobh. ; the post (of a door ; see %{dvAra-b-}) ;
the side of an angular figure (esp. the base of a right-angled triangle)
Su1ryas. ; the shadow of the gnomon on a sun-dial ib. ; (also du.) the constellation A1rdra1 L. ; m. N. of a Daitya MBh. ; of a prince (who brought ruin
upon his family by his illegal actions) ib. ; of a son of Vr2ika Hariv. ; of a son of Vajra VP. [Cf. Gk. $ , $ ; &222225[730 ,2] Germ. {buog} , {Bug} ; Angl.
Sax. {bo1g} ; Eng. {bough}.]

parikarman        m. a servant , assistant L. ; n. attendance , worship , adoration BhP. ; dressing , painting or perfuming the body (esp. after bathing)
MBh. Ka1lid. ; cleansing , purification S3is3. ; preparation Katha1s. (cf. %{-kara}) ; arithmetical computation or operation W. ; %{-makathA} f. prayer
(?) DivyA7v. ; %{-mA7STaka} n
. the 8 fundamental rules of arithmetic (viz. addition , subtraction , multiplication , division , finding the
square , extracting the square root , finding the cube , extracting the cube root) Col.

karman     
   %{a} n. (%{A} m. L.) , (%{kR} Un2. iv , 144) , act , action , performance , business RV. AV. S3Br. MBh. &c.  physicking , medical
attendance C
ar. ;; office , special duty , occupation , obligation (frequently ifc. , the first member of the compound being either the person who
performs the action [e.g. %{vaNik-k-}] or the person or thing for or towards whom the action is performed [e.g. %{rAja-k-} ,
%{pazu-k-}] or a
specification of the action [e.g. %{zaurya-k-} , %{prIti-k-}]) S3Br. Mn. Bhartr2. &c

dos        n. (m. only R. vi , 1 , 3 ; nom. acc. sg. %{do4s} S3Br. ; du. %{doSI} Kaus3. ; %{dorbhyAm} n. MBh. Ka1v. ; pl. %{-bhis} Ma1lav. ; %{dohSu}
BhP.) the fore-arm , the arm &c. = %{doSan} (q.v.) ; the part of an arc defining its sine Su1ryas. ;
the side of a triangle or square W. (cf. %{bAhu}
and %{bhuja}). [499,1]
pazu        m. (instr. %{pazu4nA} or
%{-zva} ; dat. %{pa4zve} or
%{paza4ve} ; gen. %{pazva4s} or
%{-zos} ; du. %{pazvA4} ; acc. pl.
%{pazva4s} or %{-zU4n}) cattle , kine
(orig. any tethered animal "' ; singly or
collect. `" a herd "') , a domestic or
sacrificial animal
(as opp. to %{mRga}
, `" wild animal ;
Below there is 12 examples of the use of a system close to SI system that starts with
waters volume equaling SI = 1. g/cm3 the Indus = 1.07 grams. The .07 is added to conform
to a practical standard employing the Gunja seed that has a stable weight of .107  
Eight Gunja's is the starting weight of the Indus Valley like the ideal density of bronze as
brass has a density/volume of .8470 g/mm3.   The Indus person familiar with the weight
system would instantly see examples below 1, 2, 3, 4, and say 6 but it is exactly 5.992 for
the first two and 30 ( 29.96) for the next two. The 6 is 5.992 that is .008 from the whole
number. 5.992 / .107 = 56 the 7 thousandth of  .107  makes 7 seven x 8 = 56 of .856  this
was called a Gunja and Masa of .856 grams.

antelope
Agni        Southeast        Oṃ Raṃ
Agnaye Namaḥ        Śhula (spear)        
Svāhā        
Śukra (Venus)        
Meṣavāhinī
Agni is symbolism for psychological
and physiological aspects of life,
states Maha Purana section LXVII.202–
203. There are three kinds of Agni
inside every human being, states this
text, the krodha-agni or "fire of
anger", the kama-agni or "fire of
passion and desire", and the udara-
agni or "fire of digestion". These
respectively need introspective and
voluntary offerings of forgiveness,
detachment and fasting, if one
desires spiritual freedom and
liberation



rhinoceros
Nirṛti (       Southwest        Oṃ Kṣaṃ
Rakṣasāya Namaḥ        Khaḍga
(sword)        Khadgini        Rāhu (North
Lunar Node)        
Khaḍgadhāriṇī
According to Vedic astrology all the nine
planets govern different types of energy
and minerals in a person’s body and
there are certain specified herbs which
are said to act as a remedy for these
malefic planets thereby helping the
affected to come out of stressful,
uncomfortable and painful situations.
From the study of Vedic astrology it is
predicted that all the planets are divided
into auspicious planets and inauspicious
planets. Not all people can go in for
gemstones remedy for it is heavy on the
pockets and for such people the sages
and saints of ancient Vedic astrology
have assigned with roots of some herbs
which could be used to please the planets
and also to cure the diseases associated
with the concerned planets

Like Pazu and Parzu meaning ancient
tradition here Nabha and seven
naked saints tradition.
sana  
      2 mf(%{A})n. (derivation
doubtful ; for 1. see p. 1140 , col. 3) old ,
ancient (%{am} ind. "' of
old , formerly "') RV. AV. ; lasting long
BhP. ; m. N. of a R2ishi (one of the four or
seven spiritual
sons of Brahma1 ; cf. %{sanaka}) MBh.
Hariv. [Cf. Lat. {senex} , {senior} ; Lith.
{se4nas} ; Goth.
{sinista}.]
sanAbhi        (%{sa4-}) mfn. having the
same
nave or centre (as the spokes of a
wheel or the fingers
of the hand) RV. (cf. Naigh. ii , 5) ;
connected by the same navel or womb ,
uterine , of kindred blood
, a blood-relation ; m. or f. an uterine
brother or sister (accord. to some = %{sa-
piNDa} , `" a kinsman
as far as the seventh degree "') RV. AV.
Mn. BhP. ; having a navel , naveled TS. ;
resembling , like ,
equal to (gen. or comp.) Ba1lar. Vcar.
Va1s.
sanAbhya        m. a blood-relation (to the
seventh degree) Mn. v , 84.
sanaka        mfn. former , old , ancient (%
{At} ind. `" from of old "') RV. ; m. N. of a
R2ishi (one of the
four mind-born sons of Brahma1 ,
described as one of the counsellors or
companions of Vishn2u and
as inhabiting the Janar-loka ; the other
three are Sana , Sanatkuma1ra , and sa-
nandana ; some
reckon seven of these mind-born sons)
MBh. Hariv. BhP. (cf. RTL. 422) ; of an
inspired legislator W.
[Cf. Lat. {Seneca} ; Goth. {sineigs}.]














Varuṇa        West        Oṃ Vaṃ
Varuṇāya Namaḥ        Pāśa
(noose)        Nalani        Śani
(Saturn)        Varun
The Vedic god Varuna, the god of the
water and the ocean and guardian of
the west.  Varuna, rules over
Shatbhishak nakshatra the nakshatra
of 1000 healers and gives a person
intelligence about all sorts of
medicine.
mArga        m. (in most meanings fr. %{mRga} , of which it is
also the Vr2iddhi form in comp.) seeking , search , tracing out ,
hunting L. ; (exceptionally also n. ; ifc. f. %{A}) the track of a
wild animal , any track , road , path , way to (loc. or comp.) or
through (comp.) , course (also of the wind and the stars) Mn.
MBh. &c. (%{mArgaM-dA} or %{yam} , with gen. of pers. , to
give up the way to , allow to pass ; %{mAgeNa} ifc. = by way of
i.e. through , across or along ; with %{yA} , to go the way of i.e.
suffer the same fate as ; %{mArgais} ifc. , through ;
%{mArgAya} , with gen. , in order to make way for any one ;
%{mArge} , by the wayside or on the way ; with %{pra-cal} , to
set out on one's way ; %{nijamArgaM-gam} , to go one's way) ;
a walk , journey VarBr2S. ; reach , range Kir. ; a scar , mark
(left by a wound &c.) Ragh.
; (in medic.) a way , passage ,
channel (in any part of the body , esp. the intestinal
canal , anus) ; a way , expedient , means Ka1m. Katha1s.
(%{mArgeNa} , by means of. VarBr2S.) ;
a way , manner
method , custom , usage Up. Ya1jn5. MBh. &c. ; the right way ,
proper course MBh. Hariv. (cf. %{AmArga} ;

mRgasaktha        n. = %{mRgasya@sakthi}
Pa1n2. 5-4 , 98. %{-sattama}. m. the best of
antelopes MW.
mRgaziras        (%{mRga4-}) n. N. of the 3rd (or
5th) Nakshatra (q.v.) containing 3 stars (one of
which is $ Orionis ; it is figured by an
antelope's
head) AV. Gr2S3rS. VarBr2S
zIrSakti        f. (prob. for %{zIrSa-sakti}) `"
headseizure "' , pain in the head AV.

bAhu        1 m. and (L.) f. (fr. %{bah} , %{baMh} ; for 2.
%{bAhu} see col. 3) the arm , (esp.) the fore-arm , the arm
between the elbow and the wrist (opp. to %{pra-gaNDa} q.v.
;
in medic. the whole upper extremity of the body , as
opp. to %{sakthi} , the lower extñextremity) RV. &c. &c. ;

the arm as a measure of length (= 12 An3gulas) Sulbas. ; the
fore-foot of an animal (esp. its upper part) RV. AV. Br.
A1s3vGr2. ; the limb of a bow S3Br. ; the bar of a chariot-pole
Gobh. ; the post (of a door ; see %{dvAra-b-}) ;
the side of
an angular figure (esp. the base of a right-angled
triangle) Su1ryas.
lubdhaka        m. a hunter MBh. Ka1v. &c. ; a covetous or greedy man L. ; the
star Sirius (so called because S3iva in the form of a hunter shot an arrow
[represented by the
three stars in
the belt of Orion
] at Brahma1 transformed into a deer and pursuing his own
daughter metamorphosed into a doe ; cf.
%{mRga-vyAdha})
Gan2it. Katha1s. ; N. of the hinder parts , Bhp.

doSa esp. of the 3 humours of the body , viz. %{pitta} , %{vAyu} , and
%{zleSman} ,

iSustrikANDA        (%{iSustrikANDA}) f. `" the threefold arrow "'N. of a
constellation (perhaps the girdle of Orion) AitBr.
iS        1 cl. 1. P. %{eSati} (see %{anu-} 1. %{iS} and %{pari-} 1. %{iS}) A1.
%{eSate} , to seek , search BhP.: cl. 4. P. %{i4Syati} and 9. P. A1.
%{iSNA4ti} (p. %{iSNa4t} RV. i , 181 , 6 , and %{iSNAna4} RV. i , 61 , 13 ; pf.
3. pl. %{ISus} RV. , and %{ISire4} AV. ; %{aiSIt} ; inf. %{iSa4dhyai} RV. vii ,
43 , 1) to cause to move quickly , let fly , throw , cast , swing RV. ; to
send out or off , stream out , pour out , discharge ; to deliver (a
speech) , announce , proclaim AV. S3Br. ; to impel , incite , animate ,
promote RV. AV. VS. S3Br.

bAhu        the arm , (esp.) the fore-arm , the arm between the elbow
and the wrist;     in medic. the whole upper extremity of the body ,
as opp. to %{sakthi} , the lower extñextremity) RV. &c. &c.
mRgasaktha        n. = %{mRgasya@sakthi} Pa1n2. 5-4 , 98.
%{-sattama}. m. the best of antelopes MW.
mRgaziras        (%{mRga4-}) n. N. of the 3rd (or 5th) Nakshatra
(q.v.) containing 3 stars (one of which is $ Orionis ; it is figured by
an antelope's head) AV. Gr2S3rS. VarBr2S
sana        2 mf(%{A})n. (derivation doubtful ; for 1. see p. 1140 , col. 3) old , ancient (%{am} ind. "' of
old , formerly "') RV. AV. ; lasting long BhP. ; m. N. of a R2ishi (one of the four or
seven spiritual
sons of Brahma1 ; cf. %{sanaka}) MBh. Hariv. [Cf. Lat. {senex} , {senior} ; Lith. {se4nas} ; Goth.
{sinista}.]
sanAbhi        (%{sa4-}) mfn. having the same nave or centre (as the spokes of a wheel or the fingers
of the hand) RV. (cf. Naigh. ii , 5) ; connected by the same navel or womb , uterine , of kindred blood
, a blood-relation ; m. or f. an uterine brother or sister (accord. to some = %{sa-piNDa} , `" a kinsman
as far as the
seventh degree "') RV. AV. Mn. BhP. ; having a navel , naveled TS. ; resembling , like ,
equal to (gen. or comp.) Ba1lar. Vcar. Va1s.
sanAbhya        m. a blood-relation (to the seventh degree) Mn. v , 84.
sanaka        mfn. former , old , ancient (%{At} ind. `" from of old "') RV. ; m. N. of a R2ishi (one of the
four mind-born sons of Brahma1 , described as one of the counsellors or companions of Vishn2u and
as inhabiting the Janar-loka ; the other three are Sana , Sanatkuma1ra , and sa-nandana ; some
reckon
seven of these mind-born sons) MBh. Hariv. BhP. (cf. RTL. 422) ; of an inspired legislator W.
[Cf. Lat. {Seneca} ; Goth. {sineigs}.]
mRga        m. (prob. `" ranger "' , `" rover "') a
forest animal or wild beast , game of any kind ,
(esp.) a deer , fawn , gazelle , antelope , stag ,
musk-deer RV. &c. &c. ; the deer or antelope in the
moon (i.e. the spots on the disk supposed to
resemble those of an antelope as well as a hare) ;
the dñdisk or antñantelope in the sky (either the
Nakshatra Mr2iga-s3iras or the sign of the zodiac
Capricorn ; also in general the 10th arc of 30
degrees in a circle) Su1ryas. VarBr2S. &c. ; an
elephant with partic. marks (accord. to L. `" one the
secondary marks of whose body are small "') R.
Var. ; a large soaring bird RV. i , 182 , 7 &c. ; N. of
a demon or Vr2itra in the form of a deer slain by
Indra ib. i , 80 , 7 &c. ; of a celestial being
(occupying a partic. place in an astrol. house
divided into 81 compartments) VarBr2S. Hcat. ; of a
partic. class of men whose conduct in coitus
resembles that of the roebuck L. ; of the district in
S3aka-dvi1pa inhabited principally by Bra1hdvipa
themselves VP. (v.l. %{maga}) ; of a horse of the
Moou VP. ; musk (= %
{mRga-nAbhi} or %{-mada})
VarBr2S. ; a partic. Aja-pa1ia sacrifice L. ; search ,
seeking , asking , requesting L. ; (%{A}) f. =
%{mRga-vIthI} L. ; (%{I}) f. a female deer or
antelope , doe Hariv. R. &c. ; N. of the mythical
progenitress of antelopes MBh. R. Pur. ; a partic.
class of women L. ; a kind of metre Col. ; a partic.
gait of a dancing girl Sam2gi1t. ; demoniacal
possession , epilepsy L.
mRganAbhi        m. `" deer's navel "' , musk R2itus.
Kum. &c. ; a musk-deer Ragh. (cf. %{nAbhi}) ;
%{-ja} mf(%{A})n. coming from the mñmusk-deer
Subh. ; (%{A}) f. musk L. ; %{-maya} mf(%{I}) n.
made of musk Hariv.
nabh        1 cl. 1. A1. %{na4bhate} , to burst be
torn or rent asunder RV. viii , 39 , 1 ; x , 133 , 1 ;
impf. P. %{na4bhas} , to break or destroy (?) , i ,
174 , 8 (cf. Dha1tup. xviii , 13 Naigh. ii , 19) ; cl. 4.
9. P. %{nabhyati} , %{nabhnAti} (Dha1tup. xxvi ,
130 , xxxi , 48) , to hurt , injure (pf. A1. %{nebhe}
Bhat2t2.): Caus. %{nabhayati} , to cause to burst ,
tear open AitBr.
21        nabh        2 f. or m. injury (Sa1y.) or injurer
RV. i , 174 , 8 (only acc. pl. %{na4bhas} ; but cf. 1.
%{nabh} above). [527,3]
22        nAbh        f. (1. %{nabh}) an opening ,
fissure , spring RV. ix , 74 , 6.
23        nabha        m. (rather fr. %{nabh} denoting
`" bursting forth "' or `" expanding "' than fr. %{nah}
`" connecting "' , scil. heaven and earth) the sky ,
atmosphere (= %{nabhas}) L. ; the month
S3ra1van2a Car. ; N. of a son of Manu Sva1rocisha
or of the 3rd MñManu (together with Nabhasya)
Hariv. ; of one of 7 sages of the 6th Manv-antara ib.
; of a demon (son of Vipra-citti by Sin6hika1) ib. VP.
; of a son of Nala (Nishadha) and father of
Pun2d2ari1ka (cf. %{nabhas}) Hariv. BhP. ; (%{A})
f. a spitting-pot (?) L. ; N. of the city of the sun W.
24        nAbha        ifc. (mfn.) = %{nAbhi} , nave ,
navel , central point (cf. %{abja-nAbha} ,
%{vajra-n-} , %{su-n-} &c.) ; m. N. of S3iva MBh. ; of
a son of S3ruta and father of Sindhudvi1pa BhP.
25        nAbhA        loc. of %{nAbhi} (for %{-bhan}).
26        nabhAga        m. N. of a son of Manu
Vaivasvata VP. (cf. %{nabha-ga} , %{nAbhAga}).
 nAbhi        the navel [Cf. Angl. Sax. {nafu} , {nafela} ;
Germ. {naba} , {Nabe} , {nabolo} , {Nabel} ; Eng. {nave}

mRganAbhi        m. `" deer's navel "' , musk R2itus.
Kum. &c. ; a musk-deer Ragh. (cf. %{nAbhi})
109.568 / 13.696 = 8










113.848 / 5.992 = 19
The Gujarati
inscription is important
because Gujarati was
a part of the Indus
Valley civilization that
used an Indus symbol,
I believe it to mean
bhuj to be enjoyed as
a grant of land or
goods. The Indus knot
is on a square tablet
samacaturbhuja.
nAbhi        the
navel [Cf. Angl.
Sax. {nafu} ,
{nafela} ; Germ.
{naba} , {Nabe} ,
{nabolo} , {Nabel}
; Eng. {nave}

mRganAbhi        
m. `"
deer's
navel "' , musk
R2itus. Kum. &c.
; a musk-deer
Ragh. (cf.
%{nAbhi})
To the right the copper tablet
of the most used Indus
symbol the Unicorn, that I
believe to be the side of a bull
the view of one horn. Same
writing, two sizes of copper
tables, the Unicorn and Axe,
the Axe is both sides  the bull
is one. From a gloss of the
two words Jirvi "old" or
Ancient tradition of Medicine
domestic use Pazu.
pArzva         fr. 1. %{parzu})
the region of the ribs (pl. the
ribs) , side , flank (either of
animate or
inanimate objects) RV. &c.
&c. ; the
side = nearness ,
proximity (with gen. or ifc. ;
%{ayaH} , on
both sides ;
%{am} , aside , towards ;
pazu        m. (instr.
%{pazu4nA} or %{-zva} ; dat.
%{pa4zve} or %{paza4ve} ;
gen. %{pazva4s} or %{-zos} ;
du. %{pazvA4} ; acc. pl.
%{pazva4s} or %{-zU4n})
cattle , kine (orig. any
tethered animal "' ; singly or
collect. `" a herd "') , a
domestic or sacrificial animal
(as opp. to %{mRga} , `" wild
animal ;
jIrvi        m. = %{pazu} or
%{parzu} (axe or animal) Un2.
iv , 54/55 ; a cart Un2. vr2. ;
the body ib.
jIrNa        mfn. (Pa1n2. 3-2 ,
104) old , worn out , withered
, wasted , decayed AV. x , 8 ,
27 TS. i S3Br. &c. ;
ancient (tradition)
Ka1tyS3r. Sch.      
jivri        mfn. (Pa1n2. 8-2 ,
78 Va1rtt. 1 ; %{jrI}) old , worn
out , decrepit , (du. %{-vrI})
RV. i ; iv , 19 , 2 and 36 , 3 ;
viii , x ; (Nir. iii , 21) AV. viii , 1
, 6 and (
%{ji4rvi}) xiv , 1 , 21 ;
m.time Un2. v , 49/50 a bird ib.
sakthi        n. (derivation doubtful
; the base %{saktha4n} [fr. which
acc. pl. %{sakthAni} RV. v , 61 , 3]
appears in later language only in
the weakest cases e.g. sg. instr.
%{sakthnA4} gen. abl.
%{sakthna4s} loc. %{saktha4ni} ,
or %{sakthni4} cf. Pa1n2. 7-1 , 75
; there occurs also nom. acc. du.
%{sakthyau4} [RV. x , 86 , 16 AV.
vi , 9 , 1] formed fr. a fem. base
%{sakthI4}) , the thigh ,
thigh-bone ; the
pole or shafts of
a cart (du. euphemistically `" the
female organ "') RV. &c. &c.
Pazu is opposed to Mrga
same rectangular tablet.
      ubhayabhAga        mfn.
having part in both
(night
and day)
; %{-hara} mfn.
taking two shares or parts ;
applicable to two purposes ;
(%{am}) n. a medicine that
acts in two ways (as an
emetic and a purge).

ubhayabhAj        mfn. acting
in two ways (as a medicine ,
cf. the last) Car.

bhAgya        2 mfn. (
%{
bhaj}) to be shared or
divided , divisible (=
%{bhajya}) Vop.

bhAga        1 m. ( %{bhoj})
a part , portion , share ,
allotment , inheritance (in
Ved. also = lot , esp.
fortunate lot , good fortune ,
luck , destiny) RV.

yajJ
abhAga        m. a share
in a sñsacrifice Hariv. Ka1v.
Pur. ; %
{-bhuj} m. enjoyer of
a share in a sñsacrifice , a
god Kum. Pur. -2.
yajJa
bhAga        mfn. having
a share in a sñsacrifice ,
Ma1rkP. [840,1] ; m. a god ,
in %{-ge7zvara} m. `" lord of
the gods "'N. of Indra S3ak.

ubhayato
nAbhi        mfn.
having a nave on both sides
(as wheels) BhP.