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 Plant namelakṣmaṇā
 Latin nameIpomoea sepiaria J.Koenig ex Roxb. - please click to view full record
 Latin name (synonyms)Convolvulus marginatus Desr.
 Sanskrit namelakṣmaṇā
 Hindi namebaṃkālmī
 Tamil nametāḷikkīrai, tāḷi(kkoṭi)
 Malayalam nametirutāḷi
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Monier-Williams: A Sanskrit-English Dictionary (p. 892)
lakṣmaṇa, mf(ā)n. having marks or signs or characteristics, TS.; endowed with auspicious signs or marks, lucky, fortunate, L.; m. Ardea Sibirica, Āpast.; N. of a Vāsishṭha, g. śubhrādi; of a son of Daśa-ratha by his wife Su-mitrā (he was younger brother and companion of Rāma during his travels and adventures; Lakshmaṇa and Śatru-ghna were both sons of Su-mitrā, but Lakshmaṇa alone is usually called Saumitri; he so attached himself to Rāma as to be called Rāma’s second self; whereas Śatru-ghna attached himself to Bharata), R.; Pur. &c.; N. of various authors and other persons (also with ācārya, kavi, deśika, dvivedin, paṇḍita, bhaṭṭa, śāstrin, sūri &c.), Cat.; (ā), f. the female of the Ardea Sibirica, MBh.; a goose, Uṇ. iii, 7; Sch.; a kind of potherb. Car.; N. of various other plants (Hemionitis Cordifolia; Uraria Lagopodioides; = putra-kandā and a white-flowering Kaṇṭakāri). L.; N. of a wife of Kṛṣṇa Hariv., Pur.; of a daughter of Dur-yodhana (carried off by Sāmbha, a son of Kṛṣṇa), BhP.; of an Apsaras, Hariv.; of a Buddhist Devī, Kālac.; of the mother of the 8th Arhat of the present Avasarpiṇī, L.; n. a mark, sign, token, MBh.; R. &c. (often v.l. lakṣaṇa), a name, L.

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