to keep away, to keep outside, to ward off; only with ref. to pāpa (pāpaka) to keep away (from) sin SN.i.141 (bāhetvā pāpāni); Snp.519 = Cnd.464#a (bāhetvā pāpakāni); Dhp.267; a popular etymology of brāhmaṇa (pāpaṃ bahenti) DN.iii.94 (bāhitvā, better bāhetvā, explained by panuditvā Dhp-a.iii.393; variant reading K vāh˚)
pp bāhita (q.v.). See also nib˚, pari˚.
Caus. of bahati3 or Denom. fr. bahi
to carry, see sam˚; (sambāhana, meaning rubbing, stroking). Whether atibāheti belongs here, is doubtful.
Caus. of bahati4, cp. Sk. vāhayati