آپ आप् āp
S آپ आप् āp, s.m. Water (cf. P. آب āb).
آپ आप āp
H آپ आप āp [S. आत्मन], refl. pron. com. gender, Self, himself, oneself, itself; he himself, you yourself, they themselves:—pron. rever. You, Sir, your honour, your worship; his honour, his worship.—āp-āp, distr. pron., Each one; each by himself or itself; every one for himself:—s.m. Selfishness, egotism.—āp-āp karnā, v.t. To address (one) with respect or deference; to flatter; to be selfish or egotistical.—āp-bhātī, adv. According to one's own pleasure.—āp-bītī, s.f. That which has befallen oneself, the story of one's own sufferings.—āp-rūp, adj. Self-made, self-formed; singular, strange, wonderful, unique, incomparable, unequalled:—s.m. The self-formed, the Deity;—you, your honour, your worship;—an unparalleled scamp or rogue.—āp-rūpī, adj. Self-formed, &c. (=āp-rūp):—adv. Of its own accord, spontaneously.—āp-swārthī, adj. Pursuing one's own objects, self-seeking, selfish (see swārthī).—āp-se, āp-se-āp, adv. Of himself, of his own accord, voluntarily, freely; without rhyme or reason, causelessly; of itself, spontaneously.—āp-kāj (S. ātma-kārya), s.m. One's own business or affairs.—āp-kājī, adj. Attending to, or concerned about one's own business or affairs; pursuing one's own objects, self-seeking, selfish.—āp-ko (or apne-ko) dūr khainćnā (-se), To hold oneself aloof (from); to have an inordinate opinion of oneself.—āp-hī-āp, adv. Of himself, of itself, &c. (=āp-se-āp); alone.
آپن त्रापन, आपुन āpan and āpun
H آپن त्रापन, आपुन āpan and āpun, = H اپن अपन, अप्पन, apan and appan, (prov.) = اپنا apnā, q.v.
آپا आपा āpā
H آپا आपा āpā [S. आत्मा], s.f. An elder sister (a term of respectful compellation for an elder, cf. āp, as a pron. rever.):—āpā-jān, s.f. Dear sister.
آپا आपा āpā
H آپا आपा āpā, refl. pron. m. Self, &c. (=pron. āp, q.v.).—āpā-āpī, s.f. Self, yourself, themselves; each for him or herself; of himself, &c. (=āp-se-āp).—āpā bisrānā, v.n. To forget, or lose consciousness of, self; to put aside self; to mortify the body.—āpā tajnā, v.n. To give up self; to sacrifice self; to give oneself up to grief, sorrow, suffering, &c.; to cast off self (i.e. the body), to commit suicide.—āpā-dhāpī, s.f. A race for self, eagerness to gratify self, selfishness.—āpā-dhāpī paṛnā, v.n. To pursue, or be intent on, the gratification of self, or the advancing of one's own interests.—āpam-dhāp = āpā-dhāp.—āpe-se bāhar honā, To be beside oneself (with joy or anger), to be in ecstacies; to be in a fury; to lose all control over self.—āpe-meṅ ānā, To come to oneself; to come to one's senses, to recover from a swoon, or from insensibility, or from a fit of anger, or from intoxication, or from fatigue.