See also: दशत्


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From Proto-Indo-Aryan *diśáti, from Proto-Indo-Iranian *dićáti, from Proto-Indo-European *diḱ-é-ti, from *deyḱ- (to show, point out). Cognate with Latin dīcō, Ancient Greek δείκνυμι (deíknumi), Old English tǣċan (whence English teach).



दिशति (diśáti) (root दिश्, class 6, type P)

  1. to point out, show, exhibit
  2. to produce, bring forward (as a witness in a court of justice)
  3. to promote, effect, accomplish
  4. to assign, grant, bestow upon
  5. to pay (tribute)
  6. to order, command, bid
  7. to show, point out, assign
  8. to direct, order, command
  9. to teach, communicate, tell, inform, confess
  10. (desiderative) to wish to show
  11. (intensive) to show, exhibit, manifest
  12. (intensive) to order, command
  13. (passive) to show or approve oneself