Atri a great Ṛṣi, author of a number of Vedic hymns, one of seven stars of Ursa Major. Aatrayas =descendants of Atri . atri-caturaha = four days of Atri ,of a Soma sacrifice.
Moon is atrijAta produced by Atri , atridRugja produced by Atri's look , atrinetraja produced by Atri's look , atrinetraprasUta produced by Atri's look , atrinetraprabhava produced by Atri's look , atrinetrasUta produced by Atri's look , atrinetrabhU produced by Atri's look .
atribhAradvAjikA marriage of descendants of Atri with those of Bhāradvāja.
atrisamhitA code ascribed to Atri.
atrismRuti code ascribed to Atri.
atrijAta not born thrice ' ( but twice ), Dwija = BraahmaN , a man belonging to one of first three classes .
apAla of a daughter of Atri.
Atreya a descendant of Atri ; Atreya -a priest who is closely related to the Sadasya ; this office was generally held by a descendant of Atri .
Anu-sūyā - Atri's wife.
urucakri - of a descendant of Atri.
RuSh| for dRush| = to See , RuShi-kRut , a singer of sacred hymns , an inspired poet or sage , any person who alone or with others invokes the deities in rhythmical speech or song of a sacred character ( e. g. the ancient hymn-singers Kutsa , Atri , Rebha , Agastya , Kuśika , Vasishṭha , Vy-aśva ,Gotama, Bharadvāja ,Viśvā-mitra , Jamadagni , Vasishṭha , Kaśyapa , and Atri , Marīci , Atri , Aṅgiras , Pulaha , Kratu , Pulastya , Vasishṭha are given as the names of the Ṛṣis of the first Manvantara , and they are also called Prajāpatis or patriarchs , gaya ( aathreya ) ,descendant of Atri , RaaNukra , gaviShThira, harit^adi of a Ṛṣi of Atri's family , aasvisr , gav'i,gAtu , Pravr , of a descendant of Atri - RAnukr.
candravaMsha - the lunar race of kings ,2nd great line of royal dynasties, the progenitor of which was Soma the Moon, child of the Ṛṣi Atri and father of Budha [Mercury] .
citr'a-shikhaNDin ( bright-crested ) the 7 Ṛṣis , Marici, Atri, Aṅgiras, Pulastya, Pulaha, Kratu, Vasishṭha . Bālar , CAgala of Atri's family , Hariv.
dattAtri [dambholi] , dattatreya a sage ( son of Atri by Anasūyā who favoured Arjuna Kārtavirya).
Brahmā, Viṣṇu, and Śiva propitiated by his penance became in portions of themselves severally his sons Soma, Datta, and Dur-vāsas .
dambholi - VāyuP.
durvAsas , a Ṛṣi or saint ( son of Atri by Anasūyā, and thought to be an incarnation of Siva, known for his irascibility )
devarShi - deva] + RuShi] a Ṛṣi, a saint of the celestial class, as Nārada, Atri & [sapta saptarShayaH] for sapta devarSh, brahmarShi, and rAjarShi.
dvijapati chief of twice-born , the moon as produced first from Atri's eye and again from the ocean of milk.
dvita - son of Atri , netrayoni - the moon as produced from the eye of Atri .
pUru of a descendant of Atri .
prajApati lord of creatures, creator of a supreme god above or among the Vedic deities but in later times also applied to Viṣṇu, Śiva, Time personified, the sun, fire, &c., and to various progenitors, esp. to the 10 lords of created beings first created by Brahmā, viz. Marīci, Atri, Aṅgiras, Pulastya, Pulaka, Kratu, Vasishṭha, Pracetas or Daksha, Bhṛgu, Nārada .
pratikShatra a descendant of Atri.
pratiratha a descendant of Atri .
prabhAkara a sage of the race of Atri .
babhru a descendant of Atri also Daivāvṛdha and Kaumbhya.
bAhuvRukta a descendant of Atri .
budha Mercury ,a son of Soma or the moon of a descendant of Atri
bRuhadatri the larger Atri .
bhauma of Atri
manu - the Man par excellence or the representative man and father of the human race and the first to have instituted sacrifices and religious ceremonies,
and associated with the Ṛṣis Kaṇva and Atri
maharShi a great Ṛṣi, any great sage or saint , ten Maharshis were created by Manu Svāyambhuva, viz. Marīci, Atri, Aṅgiras, Pulastya, Pulaha, Kratu, Pracetas, Vasishṭha, Bhṛgu, Nārada, also called the 10 Prajāpatis,
rAtri . ` bestower ',
rAtrikara nightmaker, the moon .
rAtricara ` night-wandering ', a thief, robber
rAtricaryA . =-cAra.
rAtricAra night -roving, Śṛṅgār
rAtricCandas . a metre employed at the Atirātra .
rAtrija ` night-born ', a star .
rAtrijala ` night-water ', dew, mist .
rAtrijAgaraNa night-watching .
rAtriMcara a Rākshasa .
rAtritarA the depth or dead of night .
rAtritithi a lunar night.
rAtridevata having the night as a deity .
rAtridviSh night-hater ', the sun .
rAtrinAtha ` night-lord ', the moon.
rAtrinAshana ` night-destroyer, the sun .
rAtriMdiva night and day
rAtriMdivasa night and day
rAtripadavicAra * [rAtripadavicAra]3[r'Atri-pada-vicAra] m. N. of wk.
rAtriparishiShTa = s^ukta.
rAtriparyAya the three recurring ritual acts in the Atirātra ceremony, ShāṅkhBr.
rAtriparyuShita anything which has stood over-night, stale, not fresh .
rAtripuShpa ` night-flower ', alotus-flower which opens at night .
rAtripujA the nocturnal worship of a deity .
rAtribala ` powerful by night ', a Rākshasa
rAtribhujaMga . ` night-lover ', the moon .
rAtribhRut one who maintains the Dikshā only for a few nightrAtribhojana * rAtribhojana eating at night .
rAtrimaTa = rAtry-aTa
rAtrimaNi ` night-jewel ', the moon
rAtrimaya . nightly, nocturnal
rAtrimAraNa . murder ( committed ) at night
rAtrimmanya appears as night
rAtriyoga . night-fall, the coming on of night .
rAtrirakShaka . a night-watcher, watchman
rAtrirAga night-colour, darkness.
rAtrilagnanirUpaNa a treatise ascribed to Kālidāsa
rAtriloka . representing night.
rAtrivAsas night-dress Tantras
rAtrivigama ` night-departure ', dawn, daylight .
rAtrivishleShagAmin ` separating at night ', the ruddygoose = cakravAka.
rAtrivihArin roaming at night Mālatīm
rAtriveda ` night-knower ', a cock
rAtrivedin . ` night-knower ', a cock
rAtrishRuta * [rAtrishRuta]3[r'Atri-shRuta] mfn. cooked by night
rAtriShAman = PañcavBr.
rAtrisattra a sacrifice or ceremony at night, .
rAtrisahasra * [rAtrisahasra]3[r'Atri-sahasr'a] n. a thousand night #ŚBr.
rAtrisAcaya coming together or united at night .
rAtrisAman a Sāman belonging to the Atirāt.
rAtrisUkta of the hymn interpolated , ŚāṅkhGṛ.
rAtrihAsa ` laughing, i. e. opening at night ', the white lotus
rAtrihiND^Daka ` moving about at night ', a guard #the women's, apartments
rAtrihuta a night sacrifice KātyŚr.
laghvatri a short version of Atri's law-book
vasiShThabhRugvatrisama equal to ( the three great saints ) Vasishtha and Bhṛgu and Atri .
vRuddhAtri the older Atri or an older recension of Atri's law-book
shatri a man ( having the. patr. Āgniveśi )
shani a son of Atri Vāyupuraan.
shruti of a daughter of Atri and wife of Kardama
satyanetra * [satyanetra].'true-eyed' , a Ṛṣi ( son of Atri )Harivamsam
Samakhya of Vedic Ṛṣi Atri.
smRuti - the whole body of codes of law as handed down memoriter or by tradition ( esp. the codes of Manu Yājñavalkya and the 16 succeeding inspired lawgivers , viz. Atri , Viṣṇu , Hārīta , Uśanas or Śukra , Aṅgiras , Yama , Āpastamba , Saṃvarta , Kātyāyana , Bṛhas-pati , Parāśara , Vyāsa , Śaṅkha , Likh^ita , Daksha and Gautama
svAyambhuva the first Manu , of Marīci , Atri , Nārada &c. .
havya -a son of Atri .