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Monier-Williams: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary (p. 60)
abhaya, mf(ā)n. unfearful, not dangerous, secure; (a-bhaya), mfn. fearless, undaunted, ŚBr. xiv; m. N. of Śiva; of a natural son of Bimbisāra; of a son of Idhmajihva, BhP.; of a river in Krauñcadvīpa, BhP.; (ā), f. the plant Terminalia Chebula; (a-bhayam), n. (ifc., f. ā) absence or removal of fear, peace, safety, security, RV. &c. (cf. abhaya-tama below); 'safety', (applied as proper name to) a child of Dharma and his reign in Plakshadvīpa, BhP.; a kind of symbol procuring security, Hcat.; a sacrificial hymn recited to obtain personal security, Kauś.; the root of a fragrant grass, Andropogon Muricatum.
Monier-Williams: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary (p. 1292)
harītakī, f. (rarely -ka, m. n.) the yellow Myrobalan tree, Terminalia Chebula (28 synonyms and seven varieties are enumerated; the fruit is used for dyeing yellow and as a laxative), Suśr., Hariv., VarBṛS.
Monier-Williams: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary (p. 582)
pathya, mfn. 'belonging to the way', suitable, fit, proper, wholesome, salutary (lit. and fig.; esp. said of diet in a medical sense), Yājñ., MBh., Suśr. &c.; containing elements or leading forms, regular, normal Lāṭy. Nid.; m. Terminalia Chebula or Citrina, L.; N. of a teacher of, AV.; (a), f. a path, way, road (with revatī, 'the auspicious path, personified as a deity of happiness and welfare), RV., TS. Br.; Terminalia Chebula or Citrina and other plants, L.; N. of sev. metres Nid., Col.; N. of a woman, Kathās.; n. a species of salt, L.
Tamil Lexicon, University of Madras (p. 671)
kaṭukkāy: 1. Gall-nut, one of the tiri-palai; 2. Chebulic myrobalan, m. tr., Terminalia chebula;