MARATHI TO ENGLISH DICTIONARY
Meaning of "हत्ती - Hatti"
हत्ती - hatti - [hattī]
m (हस्ती S) An elephant. Pr. हत्तीबरोबर बैलाचें वारगोळें. 2 The thirteenth nakshatra or lunar mansion. Note. This asterism is properly named हस्त, being designated by a hand, not by an elephant. It is by popular understanding, howsoever extensive or established, or howsoever inclusive of the erudite or educated, that it is named हत्ती, and that it acquires references and associations as outpouring heavy rain. Pr. पडेल हत्ती तर पाडील भिंती. Pr. हत्तीला अंकुश केवढा असतो How huge the elephant, how little the goad! How small a rudder rules a ship! दारांत हत्ती झुलणें (The wagging of an elephant at the door of.) A phrase significant of wealth or prosperity. हत्ती गेला आणि शेपटाशीं अटकला Applied to any great undertaking or matter successfully conducted to the last stage and there stopped or ruined. Applied also to the ready swallowing of the camel but giving up before the gnat. हत्ती चालतो आणि कुत्रे भोंकतात The elephant marches on, and heeds not the barking curs. हत्तीचें उथाण or The sultriness which characterizes the prevalence of the हत्ती-नक्षत्र (i. e. हस्तनक्षत्र). हत्तीच्या अहारामध्यें लाखों मुंग्यांचा अहार चालतो Myriads of the little folk find their subsistence in the table-establishment of one grandee. हत्तीच्या गंडस्थळीं बसणें To sit in or to be exalted into high honor and dignity. हत्तीच्या दांतांसारखे दांत असणें (To have teeth to eat with and teeth to display.) To be a dissembler or doubledealer. हत्तीच्या पायांत or पावलांत सगळ्यांचे पाय or सगळ्यांचीं पावलें All subordinates are included in the chief; or all minors are disposed of in the disposing of the principal. हत्तीवर बसणें To be drunk or boozy. हत्तीशीं टक्कर घेऊं नये Strive not with the mighty. हत्तीस ओढाळ कोण म्हणेल Who dares to notice the exactions or encroachments of the great? हत्तीसा- रखें वतन A gigantic (extensive) estate. हत्ती होऊन लांकडे खाणें मुंगी होऊन साखर खाणें Be lofty and proud, and thou shalt eat sticks (--the elephant eats kaṛbá); be lowly and humble, and thou shalt eat sugar.
m (hasti S) An elephant. Pr. hattibarobara bailace ṃvaragole. 2 The thirteenth nakshatra or lunar mansion. Note. This asterism is properly named ṃhasta, being designated by a hand, not by an elephant. It is by popular understanding, howsoever extensive or established, or howsoever inclusive of the erudite or educated, that it is named hatti, and that it acquires references and associations as outpouring heavy rain. Pr. padela hatti tara padila bhinti. Pr. hattila ankusa kevadha asato How huge the elephant, how little the goad! How small a rudder rules a ship! daranta hatti jhulane (The wagging of an elephant at the door of.) A phrase significant of wealth or prosperity. ṃhatti gela ani sepatasi ṃatakala Applied to any great undertaking or matter successfully conducted to the last stage and there stopped or ruined. Applied also to the ready swallowing of the camel but giving up before the gnat. hatti calato ani kutre bhonkatata The elephant marches on, and heeds not the barking curs. hattice ṃuthana or na The sultriness which characterizes the prevalence of the hatti-naksatra (i. e. hastanaksatra). hatticya aharamadhye ṃlakho mmungyanca ahara calato Myriads of the little folk find their subsistence in the table-establishment of one grandee. hatticya gandasthali mbasane To sit in or to be exalted into high honor and dignity. ṃhatticya dantaṃsarakhe danta asane (To have teeth to eat with and teeth to display.) To be a dissembler or doubledealer. ṃhatticya payanta or pavalanta sagalyance paya or sagalyanci mpavale All subordinates are included in the chief; or all minors are disposed of in the disposing of the principal. ṃhattivara basane To be drunk or boozy. ṃhattisi ntakkara gheu nnaye Strive not with the mighty. hattisa odhala kona mhanela Who dares to notice the exactions or encroachments of the great? hattisa- rakhe ṃvatana A gigantic (extensive) estate. hatti houna lankade khane mmungi houna sakhara khane Be lofty and proud, and thou shalt eat sticks (--the elephant eats karba); be lowly and humble, and thou shalt eat sugar.ṃ
 
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