||A vocabulary consisting of only 188 verses, apparently divided into two chapters, the first ending with the 100th verse, ascribed differently to Mahaksapanaka, Durgasinha & Gadasinha. Cf.I. O., Nos. 1029, 1030, 1032; Mitra, Notices, II. p. 155; Buhler, Kasâ mir Report, p. 140; and Bod. Cata., No. 445. The colophon of Buhlerâ s MS. ascribes the work to Mahaks'apanaka, Sâ abdabhedaprakas'a of Mahesâ wara is regarded in the next number as only the fourth chapter of Anekarthadhvanimanjari. Cf. also, Burnell,Tanjore MSS., p. 50b, where the work is said to consist of 248 sâ lokas divided into four chapters, and is also called Kavisanjivani; see Peterson, Reports, IV. Nos. 839-43.