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ka : [from interrogative pron. kiṃ] who; what; which. || kā (f.), which woman?

kaṃ : [nt.] what thing?

kaṃsa : [m.] a plate to eat from.

kakaca : [m.] a saw.

kakaṇṭaka : [m.] chameleon.

kaku : [m.] a knot; summit; projecting corner; hump.

kakutabhabda : [nt.] spice.

kakudha : [m.] hump (of a bull); cock’s comb; the tree Terminalia Arjuna.

kakudhabhaṇḍa : [nt.] ensign of royalty; the five regalia,(viz. diadem, sword, canopy, slippers and yak’s tail chowry).

kakka : [nt.] a paste; sediment deposited by oily substances.

kakkaṭa : [m.] a crab.

kakkataka : [m.; nt.] a crab.

kakkatayanta : [nt.] a ladder with hooks at one end for fastening it to a wall.

kakkasa : [adj.] rough; harsh.

kakkārī : [f.] cucumber.

kakkhaḷa : [adj.] rough; harsh; hard.

kakkhaḷata : [f.] harshness; rigidity.

kakcana : [nt.] gold.

kaṅka : [m.] a heron.

kaṅkaṇa : [nt.] bracelet.

kaṅkhati : [kakh + m-a] doubts; is uncertain.

kaṅkhanā : [f.] doubt; uncertainty.

kaṅkhanīya : [pt.p. of kaṅkhati] should be doubted.

kaṅkhamana : [adj.] being unsettled; one who is doubting or wavering.

kaṅkhā : [f.] doubt; uncertainty.

kaṅkhāyanā : [f.] doubt; uncertainty.

kaṅkhi : [aor. of kaṅkhati] doubted; was uncertain. (adj.), being unsettled; one who is doubting or wavering. || kaṅkhī (adj.) being unsettled; one who is doubting or wavering.

kaṅkhita : [pp. of khaṅkhati.] doubted; was uncertain.

kaṅkhitabba : [pt.p. of kaṅkhati] should be doubted.

kaṅkhitvā : [abs. of kaṅkhati] being doubtful.

kaṅkhiya : [abs. of kaṅkhati] being doubtful.

kaṅgu : [f.] millet (seed).

kacavara : [m.] sweepings; rubbish.

kacci : [ind.] an indefinite interrogative particle expressing doubt. (Often it is followed by some other particle such as nu, nukho).

kaccha : [m.; nt.] 1. marshy land; 2. armpit. || kacchā (f.), loin-clothe; a belt for an elephant.

kacchaka : [m.] a kind of fig-tree.

kacchantara : [nt.] below the armpit; interior of a royal palace.

kacchapa : [m.] a turtle; tortoise.

kacchapuṭa : [m.] a hawker. (adj.), one who has a bundle hanging from one’s shoulder.

kacchabandhana : [nt.] binding with a belt or loin-clothe.

kacchu : [f.] itch; scab; a plant the fruits of which cause itch when applied to the skin. (m.), the plant Mucana pruritus.

kajjala : [nt.] soot

kañcana : [nt.] gold.

kañcanavaṇṇa : [adj.] of the golden colour.

kañcuka : [m.] a jacket; an over-coat; an armour; mantle; the slough of a snake.

kañjika : [nt.] rice-gruel.

kañjiya : [nt.] rice-gruel.

kaññā : [m.] a girl; maiden.

kaṭaka : [nt.] 1. a bracelet; 2. a rocky cave.

kaṭaggaha : [m.] a win; a lucky cast.

kaṭacchu : [m.] a spoon.

kaṭacchumatta : [adj.] a spoonful of.

kaṭasī : [f.] cemetery.

kaṭāha : [m.] receptacle; cauldron; a nut-shell.

kaṭāha : [m.] receptacle; cauldron; a nut-shell.

kaṭuka : [adj.] sharp; severe, painful; pungent.

kaṭukatta : [nt.] pungency.

kaṭukapphala : [adj.] having severe results. (nt.), seeds of some aromatic plants.

kaṭukabhaṇḍa : [nt.] spices.

kaṭukavipāka : [adj.] having bitter result.

kaṭuviyakata : [adj.] made impure.

kaṭṭhaka : [m.] bamboo tree.

kaṭṭhatthara : [adj.] a bed of planks; a mat made of twigs.

kaṭṭhamaya : [adj.] made of wood.

kaṭṭhissa : [nt.] a silken coverlet embroidered with gems.

kaṭhala : [nt.] postsherd.

kaṭhina : [adj.] rough; hard; stiff. (nt.), the clothe annually supplied to the monks for making robes.

kaṭhinatthāra : [m.] dedication of the Kaṭhina robe.

kaṭhinuddhāra : [m.] withdrawal of the Kaṭhina robe.

kaḍḍhana : [nt.] pulling; dragging; sucking.

kaṇa : [m.] fine powder between the husk and the grain of rice; broken rice. || kāṇa (adj.), blind (of one eye). (m.), one-eyed person.

kaṇaya : [m.] a sort of spear; a short of lance.

kaṇavīra : [m.] the oleander.

kaṇājaka : [nt.] porridge of broken rice.

kaṇikāra : [m.] the tree Petrospermum Acerifolium, whose flowers are of golden colour.

kaṇiṭṭha : [adj.] the youngest; younger born. || kaṇiṭṭhā (f.), the younger sister.

kaṇiṭṭhaka : [m.] the younger brother.

kaṇiṭṭhaṭṭhikā : [f.] the younger sister.

kaṇiṭṭhikā : [f.] the younger sister.

kaṇiṭṭhī : [f.] the younger sister.

kaṇiya : [adj.] the youngest; younger born.

kaṇeru : [m.] an elephant. (f.) a she-elephant. see kareṇu.

kaṇṭha : [m.] the neck; throat; guttural.

kaṇṭhanāḷa : [m.] the throat.

kaṇḍa : [m.] 1. a portion or chapter; 2. an arrow or shaft.

kaṇḍarā : [f.] tendon.

kaṇḍita : [pp. of khaṇḍeti] broken into pieces; transgressed.

kaṇḍu : [f.] itch.

kaṇḍuti : [f.] itch.

kaṇḍūyana : [nt.] itching; scratching.

kaṇḍūvati : [deno. from kaṇḍu] itches; is irritated, suffers from itch.

kaṇḍūvana : [nt.] itching; scratching.

kaṇḍūvi : [aor. of kaṇḍūvati] itched; irriteted.

kaṇṇakaṭuka : [adj.] disagreeable to hear.

kaṇṇagūtha : [nt.] ear-wax; cerumen of the ear.

kaṇṇacchidda : [nt.] orifice of the ear.

kaṇṇacchinna : [adj.] one whose ears are cut off.

kaṇṇajappaka : [adj.] one who whispers.

kaṇṇajappana : [nt.] whispering.

kaṇṇajalūkā : [f.] a small kind of cnetipede.

kaṇṇajlūkā : [f.] a small kind of centipede.

kaṇṇadhāra : [m.] halmsman (of a vessel).

kaṇṇabaddha : [adj.] bound into sheaf.

kaṇṇabila : [nt.] orifice of the ear.

kaṇṇabhūsā : [f.] ear-ring; ornament for the ear.

kaṇṇamala : [nt.] ear-wax; cerumen of the ear.

kaṇṇamūla : [nt.] root of the ear.

kaṇṇavalli : [f.] the robe of the ear.

kaṇṇavijjhana : [nt.] perforation of the ear.

kaṇṇaveṭhana : [nt.] a kind of the ornament for the ear.

kaṇṇasakkhalikā : [f.] outer part of the ear.

kaṇṇasukha : [adj.] pleasant to the ear.

kaṇṇasūla : [nt.] pain in the ear.

kaṇṇaskkhalikā : [f.] outer part of the ear.

kaṇṇikā : [f.] the pericap; a sheaf; house-top; an ornament for the ear.

kaṇṇikābaddha : [adj.] bound into sheafs.

kaṇṇikāmaṇḍala : [nt.] the top of a roof where the rafters meet.

kaṇtaka : [nt.] a thorn; a bone; any instrument with a sharp point.

kaṇtakādhāna : [nt.] a thorny hedge.

kaṇtakāpassaya : [(kaṇtaka + apssaya) m.] a bed made of an out-stretched skin, under which are iron spikes or thorns.

kaṇha : [adj.] black; dark; evil. (m.), the black colour; god vishṇu.

kaṇhapakkha : [m.] the dark half of the moon.

kaṇhavattanī : [m.] fire.

kaṇhavipāka : [adj.] having evil results.

kaṇhasappa : [m.] a venomous black snake.

kata : [pp. of karoti] done; made; finished; fulfilled. (m.), a mat; the cheek. || kāṭa (m.), the male organ.

katakamma : [adj.] practised; skilled, having done their own work.

katakalyāṇa : [adj.] one who has done good deeds.

katakicca : [adj.] having performed one’s obligations.

katañjalī : [adj.] having raised one’s hands in salutation.

kataññutā : [f.] gratitude.

kataññū : [adj.] grateful; obliging.

katatta : [nt.] the doing of; the fact of having done.

katapaṭisanthāra : [adj.] having (been) received kindly.

kataparicaya : [adj.] having practised or made acquaintance with.

katapātarāsa : [adj.] having finished one’s breakfast.

katapuñña : [adj.] one who has performed meritorious actions.

katapuññatā : [f.] the fact of being meritorious.

katapubba : [adj.] done before.

katabhattakicca : [adj.] one who has finished his meal.

katabhāva : [m.] the fact of having done.

katama : [adj.] which; what; which of the many.

katamatte : [loc.] as soon as something has done.

katara : [adj.] which (of the two). || kātara (adj.), mean; poor; miserable.

kataveditā : [f.] gratiude.

katavedī : [adj.] grateful.

katasakkāra : [adj.] one who has received hospitality.

katasaṅketa : [nt.] an appointment or sign made beforehand.

katasaṅgaha : [adj.] one who has received hospitality.

katasāra : [m.] a mat made of some kind of stalks.

katasikkha : [adj.] one who has practised.

katādhikāra : [(kata + adhikāra) adj.] one who has formed a resolution or an aspiration.

katānuggaha : [(kata + anuggaha) adj.] assisted by.

katāparādha : [(kata + aparādha) adj.] guilty; a transgressor.

katābhinivesa : [adj.] one who has formed a resolution or an aspiration.

katābhinīhāra : [(kata + abhinīhāra) adj.] one who has formed a resolution or an aspiration.

katābhiseka : [adj.] anointed; consecrated.

kati : [interr. particle] how many. || kaṭi (f.), the hip; waist.

katikā : [f.] talk; conversation; an agreement.

katikāvatta : [nt.] a pact; an agreement.

katipaya : [adj.] some; several.

katipāha : [nt.] a few days.

katipāhaṃ : [adv.] for a few days.

kativassa : [adj.] having how many years; how-old?

katividha : [adj.] of how many kinds?

katuakatta : [nt.] pungency; severity.

katupāsana : [adj.] skilled in archery; dextrous.

katūpakāra : [adj.] helped or assisted by. (m.) the help given to someone else.

katokāsa : [adj.] being permitted; given leave to.

kattabba : [pt.p. of karoti] fit to be done. (nt.), duty; obligation.

kattabbatā : [f.] fitness to be done.

kattabbayuttaka : [adj.] fit to be done.

kattara : [adj.] very small.

kattaradaṇḍa : [m.] a walking stick; a staff.

kattarayaṭṭhi : [f.] a walking stick; a staff.

kattarasuppa : [m.] small winnowing basket.

kattari : [f.] scissors; shears.

kattarikā : [f.] scissors; shears.

kattikamāsa : [m.] name of a month; October-November.

kattikā : [f.] the constellation of Pleiades.

kattu : [m.] maker; doer; an author; the subject of a sentence.

kattuṃ : [inf. of karoti] to do.

kattukamyatā : [f.] desire to do.

kattukāma : [adj.] willing to do.

kattukāmatā : [f.] desire to do.

kattha : [adv.] where? || kaṭṭha (pp. of kasati), plouhged; tilled. (nt.) timber; a piece of wood.

katthaci : [ind.] somewhere.

katthati : [kath + a] boasts.

katthanā : [f.] boasting.

katthi : [aor. of katthati.] boasted. || katthī (adj.), boaster; boastful.

katthita. : [pp. of katthati] boasted.

katvā : [abs. of karoti] having done or made.

kathaṃ : [adv.] how?

kathaṃkathā : [f.] doubt; uncertainty.

kathaṃkathī : [adj.] one who is doubtful.

kathaṃkara : [adj.] how acting.

kathaṃpakāra : [adj.] of what kind?

kathaṃbhūta : [adj.] of what sort?

kathaṃvidha : [adj.] what sort of.

kathaṃsīla : [adj.] of what character?

kathaṅkathā : [f.] doubt; uncertainly.

kathaṅkathī : [adj.] one who is doubtful.

kathaṅkara : [adj.] how acting.

kathaṅpakāra : [adj.] of what kind?

kathaṅbhūta : [adj.] of what sort? what like?

kathaṅvidha : [adj.] of what kind?

kathaṅsīla : [adj.] of what character?

kathana : [nt.] talk; conversation. || kathāna (nt.), a high numeral with 127 cyphers.

kathā : [f.] speech; story; talk.

kathāpābhata : [nt.] subject of conversation.

kathāpeti : [caus. of katheti] makes say; sends a massage.

kathāpesi : [aor. of kathāpeti] made say; sent a massage.

kathāmagga : [m.] a narrative; an account.

kathāvatthu : [nt.] subject of a discussion; the 5th book of the Abhidhamma.

kathāsallāpa : [m.] friendly conversation.

kathita : [pp. of katheti] said; spoke; related.

katheti : [kath + e] says; speaks; relates.

kathetvā : [abs. of katheti] having said or spoken.

kathenta : [pr.p of katheti] saying; speaking; relating.

kathesi : [aor. of katheti] said; spoke; related.

kadanna : [nt.] spoiled rice; bad food.

kadamattaca : [adj.] of golden complexion.

kadamappabhā : [f.] the colour of gold.

kadamba : [m.] the tree Nauclea Cordiforlia. || kādamba (m.), a kind of goose with grey wings.

kadariya : [adj.] miserly; stingy. (nt.) avarice; stinginess.

kadariyatā : [f.] niggardliness.

kadali : [f.] the plantain tree; a banner.

kadaliphala : [nt.] banana.

kadalimiga : [m.] a kind of deer whose hide is much valued.

kadā : [adv.] when?

kadāci : [ind.] sometimes.

kadācikarahaci : [ind.] seldom; at times.

kaddama : [m.] mud; mire.

kaddamabahula : [adj.] full of mud.

kaddamamodaka : [nt.] muddy water.

kaddhati : [kaddh + a] drags; pulls. || kaddhati = kaḍḍhati.

kaddhi : [aor. of khaddhati.] dragged; pulled.

kaddhita : [pp. of khaddhati] dragged; pulled.

kanaka : [nt.] gold.

kanakacchavī : [adj.] of golden complexion.

kanakattaca : [adj.] a golden complexion.

kanakappabhā : [f.] the colour of gold.

kanakavimāna : [nt.] a golden palace.

kanīnikā : [f.] the pupil of the eye.

kanta : [adj.] pleasant; lovely; agreeable. (m.), the beloved one; husband. (pp. of kamati), gone; entered into. || kantā (f.), a woman; the wife.

kantati : [kant + a] spins; cuts; shears; incises.

kantana : [nt.] spinning; incision.

kantanta : [pr.p. of kantati] spining; cutting; shearing; incising.

kantāra : [m.] wilderness; desert.

kantāranittharaṇa : [nt.] passing through a desert.

kanti : [aor. of kantati] spined; cut; sheared; incised.

kantita : [pp. of kantati] spined; cut; sheared; incised.

kanda : [m.] a tuber; yam.

kandati : [kand + a] cries; wails; laments.

kandana : [nt.] crying; lamentation.

kandanta : [pr.p. of] crying alound.

kandara : [m.] a grotto on the slope of a mountain. || kandarā (f.), a grotto on the slope of a mountain.

kandi : [aor. of kandati] cried; wailed; lamented.

kandita : [pp. of kandati] cried; lamented. (nt.) crying; lamentation.

kanduka : [m.] a ball (used in games).

kapaṇa : [adj.] poor; miserable; insignificant. (m.), a beggar.

kapalla : [nt.] a frying pan; pot-sherd.

kapallaka : [nt.] a frying pan; pot-sherd.

kapallapūva : [m. nt.] pan cake.

kapāla : [m.] 1. a shell (like that of a tortoise); 2. a frying pan; pan. 3. beggar’s bowl.

kapālaka : [m.] 1. a shell (like that of a tortoise); 2. a frying pan; pan. 3. beggar’s bowl.

kapālasīsa : the skull.

kapi : [m.] monkey.

kapikacchu : [m.] the plant Mucana prutitus.

kapiñjala : [m.] a kind of a partridge.

kapittha : [m.] wood-apple. || kapiṭṭha (m.),elephant-apple tree.

kapila : [adj.] tawny. (m.), 1. tawny colour; 2. name of a sage.

kapilavatthu : [nt.] the city where Prince Siddhartha was born.

kapisīsa : [m.] the lintel of a door.

kapota : [m.] a dove; pigeon.

kapola : [m.] the cheek.

kappa : [m.] 1. a world cycle; an aeon; 2. thought. (adj.), suitable; proper; resembling. (in cpds.).

kappaka : [m.] 1. a barber; 2. a chamberlain.

kappaṭa : [m.] old rag; torn garment.

kappaṭṭhāyī : [adj.] lasting a world cycle.

kappaṭṭhītika : [adj.] lasting a world cycle.

kappati : [kapp + a] is fit, seeming, or proper.

kappana : [nt.] 1. fixing; 2. harnessing; saddling; 3. putting into order; 4. thinking; (Preceded by jīvita:) lively-hood. || kappanā (f.), 1. fixing; 2. harnessing; saddling; 3. putting into order; 4. thinking; (Preceded by jīvita:) lively-hood.

kappabindu : [nt.] a small black dot made on a monk’s robe.

kappara : [m.] the elbow.

kapparappahāra : [m.] a blow from elbow.

kapparukkha : [m.] a celestial tree fulfilling all wishes.

kappavināsa : [m.] destruction of the world.

kappavināsaka : [adj.] consuming the world.

kappāvasesa : [m.] remainder of an aeon.

kappāsa : [nt.] cotton.

kappāsapaṭala : [nt.] a layer of cotton.

kappāsamaya : [adj.] made of cotton.

kappāsika : [adj.] made of cotton.

kappāsika-sukhuma : [nt.] a fine musline.

kappāsī : [m.] the cotton plant.

kappika : [adj.] (in cpds.), belonging to a world cycle.

kappita : [pp. of kappeti] prepared; harnessed; trimmed; considered; made; led (one’s life).

kappiya : [adj.] appropriate; lawful; proper.

kappiyakāraka : [m.] an attendant of a monk; one who provides appropriate things.

kappiyabhaṇḍa : [nt.] things allowable to the monks.

kappūra : [m.; nt.] camphor.

kappeti : [kapp + e] prepares; harnesses; trims; considers; makes; leads (one’s life).

kappetvā : [abs. of kappeti] having harnessed, or prepared.

kappenta : [pr.p. of kappeti] preparing; harnessing; trimming; considering; making; leading (one’s life).

kappesi : [aor. of kappeti] prepared; harnessed; trimmed; considered; made; led (one’s life).

kabandha : [m.] headless (trunk of the) body.

kabara : [adj.] spotted; variegated.

kabala : [m.; nt.] a lump; a morsel; a mouthful.

kabaliṅkāra : [m.] lumping.

kabaliṅkārāhāra : [m.] material food.

kabkaba : [nt.] bracelet.

kabba : [nt.] a poem; poetical composition. || kaṇṇa (nt.), the ear; an angle; corner; edge of a garment.

kama : [m.] order; manner; proceeding; way. || kāma (m.), pleasure; lust; enjoyment; an object of sexual enjoyment.

kamaṇḍalu : [m.; nt.] a water-pitcher.

kamatā : [f.] (in cpds.), wish; longing. || kāmatā (f.), longing; willingness.

kamati : [kam + a] goes; enters into.

kamanīya : [adj.] desirable; lovely; beautiful.

kamala : [nt.] a lotus.

kamaladala : [nt.] petal of a lotus.

kamalāsana : [m.] the Brahmā; the creator.

kamalinī : [f.] a lotus pond or lake.

kamavega : [m.] impulse of lust.

kami : [aor. of kamati] went; entered into. || kāmī (adj.), one who possesses the objects of sensual pleasures; (in cpds.) desirous of.

kamuka : [m.] arecanut tree. || kāmuka (adj.), lustful; lewed.

kampaka : [adj.] one who shakes.

kampati : [kamp + a] trembles; wavers.

kampana : [nt.] trembling; movement.

kampanta : [pr.p. of kappeti] trembling; wavering.

kampamāna : [pr.p. of kampati] trembling; wavering. (nt.), trembling; movement.

kampā : [f.] trembling; movement.

kampi : [aor. of kampati] trembled; wavered; shaken; agitated.

kampita : [pp. of kampati] trembled; wavered. || (pp. of kampeti and kampati)

kampiya : [abs. of kampeti] having shaken. (adj.), movable; shakeable.

kampeti : [caus. of kampati] caauses to shakes; causes to tremble.

kampetvā : [abs. of kampeti] having shaken; having caused to trembled.

kampenta : [pr.p. of kampeti] shaking; causing to trembled.

kampesi : [aor. of kampeti] shook; caused to trembled.

kambala : [nt.] woollen stuff; a blanket.

kambalī : [adj.] one who has a woollen garment for his dress.

kambalīya : [nt.] woollen garment.

kambu : [m.; nt.] gold; a conch-shell.

kambugīva : [adj.] having a neck marked with three lines or folds.

kamboja : [m.] name of a country.

kamma : [nt.] deed; action; job; work.

kammakara : [m.] work-man; labourer. || kammakāra (m.), work-man; labourer.

kammakaraṇa : [nt.] labour; service; working. || kammakāraṇā (f.), bodily punishment.

kammakāraka : [nt.] the Objective case.

kammakkhaya : [m.] consummation of the previous actions and the results thereof.

kammaja-vāta : [m.] pangs of child-birth; travail pains. (adj.), product by karma.

kammajāta : [nt.] various actions or jobs.

kammañña : [adj.] fit for work; ready; wieldy.

kammaññatā : [f.] readiness; workableness; fitness.

kammaṭṭhāna : [nt.] a subject for meditation; a branch of industry.

kammaṭṭhānika : [m.] a person practising meditation.

kammaṭhānika : [m.] a person practising meditation.

kammadāyāda : [adj.] inheriting the consequences of one’s own deeds.

kammadhāraya : [m.] the adjectival compound.

kammadhiṭṭhāyaka : [m.] superintendent of a work.

kammanānatta : [nt.] manifoldness of karma.

kammanibbatta : [adj.] produced through karma.

kammanīya : [adj.] fit for work; ready; wieldy.

kammanta : [nt.] work; business.

kammantaṭṭhāna : [nt.] where the work is done; place of business.

kammantika : [adj.] a labourer; an artisan.

kammapatha : [m.] the ways of actions.

kammappaccaya : [adj.] having karma as the basis.

kammappatta : [adj.] those who have assembled to take part in an ecclesiastic act.

kammaphala : [nt.] the fruit or result of karma.

kammabandhu : [adj.] having karma as one’s relative.

kammabala : [nt.] the power of karma.

kammabhāva : [m.] readiness; workableness; fitness.

kammayoni : [adj.] having karma as origin.

kammavācā : [f.] the text of official act.

kammavāta : [m.] pangs of child-birth; travail pains.

kammavāda : [m.] the view of the efficacy of karma.

kammavādī : [adj.] believing in karma.

kammavipāka : [m.] the result of one’s actions.

kammavega : [m.] the impetus of karma.

kammasaka : [adj.] one who property is karma.

kammasamuṭṭhāna : [adj.] arising from karma.

kammasambhava : [adj.] produced by karma.

kammasarikkhaka : [adj.] similar in consequence to the deed done.

kammassāmī : [m.] the owner of a business.

kammānurūpa : [adj.] suitable to one’s action.

kammāyūhana : [nt.] heaping of karmas.

kammāra : [m.] a smith; worker in metals.

kammārambha : [m.] commencement of an undertaking.

kammārasālā : [f.] smithy.

kammāraha : [adj.] entitled to take part in.

kammārāma : [adj.] delighting in activity.

kammārāmatā : [f.] taking pleasure in worldly activities.

kammāsa : [adj.] 1. spotted; speckled; 2. inconsistent.

kammika : [m.] (in cpds.),doing; one who performs or looks after.

kammī : [m.] (in cpds.),doing; one who performs or looks after.

kammupacaya : [m.] accumulation of kamma.

kamyatā : [f.] (in cpds.) wish; longing.

kaya : [m.] purchase. || kāya (m.), a heap; a collection; the body.

kayavikkaya : [m.] trade; buying and selling.

kayavikkayī : [m.] a trader or broker.

kayiramāna : [pr.p. of kariyati] being done.

kayirā : [3rd sing. (poten. of kar)] (to do).

kara : [m.] 1. the hand; 2. a ray; 3. a tax; 4. the trunk of an elephant. (adj.), (in cpds.), doing; performing. || kāra (m.), deed; service; act of homage. (adj.), in cpds. such as rathakāra: maker. kārā (f.), a prison; jail.

karaka : [nt.] a drinking vessel. (m.), pomegranate tree. || karakā (nt.), hail. kāraka (m.), the doer. (nt.), syntax (in gram).

karakāvassa : [nt.] hail-storm.

karagga : tip of the hand.

karaja : [m.] nail (of the hand).

karajakāya : [m.] the body (which is born of impurity.).

karañja : [m.] the tree Pongamiya glabra.

karaṇa : [nt.] 1. doing; making; 2. production. || kāraṇa (nt.), reason; cause. kāraṇā (abl.) by means of; through; by. (f.), torture; bodily punishment.

karaṇattha : [m.] the sense of the instrumentality.

karaṇavibhatti : [f.] the instrumental case.

karaṇīya : [adj.] ought to be done. (nt.), duty; obligation.

karaṇīyatā : [f.] the fact that something has to be done.

karaṇḍaka : [m.] casket; a small box or receptacle.

karaṇda : [m.] casket; a small box or receptacle.

karatala : [nt.] the palm of the hand.

karapuṭa : [m.] the folded hand.

karabha : [m.] 1. a camel; 2. the wrist.

karabhūsā : [f.] any kind of ornament for the hand; a bracelet.

karamadda : [m.] the tree Carissa Carandas.

karamarānīta : [adj.] one who is captured in a war.

karavassa : [nt.] hail-storm.

karavīka : [m.] the Indian cuckoo.

karavīkabhāṇī : [adj.] speaking with a clear and melodious voice.

karavīra : [m.] the oleander tree.

karahaci : [ind.] seldom; at times.

kari : [aor. of karoti] did; acted; made; built. || karī (m.), an elephant. kārī (m.), doer. (Mostly in cpds. such as sātāccakārī).

karitvā : [abs. of karoti] having done.

karīyati : [pass. of karoti] is done.

karīyamāna : [pr.p. of kariyati] being done.

karīyi : [aor. of karīyati] was done.

karīsa : [nt.] dung; excrement; a square measure of land (which may be nearly an acre).

karīsamagga : [m.] the anus.

karuṇaṃ : [adv.] pitiably.

karuṇā : [f.] compassion; pity.

karuṇāyaṇā : [f.] compassionateness.

karuṇāyati : [deno. from karuṇā] feels pity for.

karuṇāyi : [aor. of karubāyati] felt pity for.

karuṇukā : [f.] a she-elephant.

kareṇu : [f.] a she-elephant.

kareṇukā : [f.] a she-elephant.

kareri : [m.] the musk-rose tree.

karoti : [kar + o] does; acts; makes; builds.

karonta : [pr.p of karoti] doing; acting; making; building.

kala : [m.] a sweet low sound. || kalā (f.), a fraction of a whole; an art. kāla (m.), time. kāḷa (adj.), black; dark. (m.), black colour.

kalakala : [m.] indistinct and confused noise.

kalaṅka : [m.] a spot; mark; fault.

kalatta : [nt.] the wife.

kalandaka : [m.] a squirrel.

kalandakanivāpa : [m.] a locality where the squirrels are fed.

kalabha : [m.] a young elephant.

kalala : [nt.] mud; mire.

kalalamakkhita : [adj.] smeared or soiled with mud.

kalalarūpa : [nt.] the first stage in the formation of the foetus.

kalasa : [nt.] a small water-pot.

kalaha : [m.] quarrel; dispute.

kalahakāraka : [adj.] one who quarrels.

kalahakāraṇa : [nt.] the cause of a dispute.

kalahasadda : [m.] a brawl; squabble.

kalāpa : [m.] 1. a bundle; sheaf; 2. a quiver; 3. a group of elementary particles.

kalāpī : [m.] 1. peacock; 2. one who has a quiver or a bundle.

kali : [m.] 1. defeat; 2. bad luck; 3. sin; 4. distress.

kaliggaha : [m.] a losing throw; defeat; evil consequence.

kaliṅgara : [m.; nt.] a log; rotten piece of wood; chaff.

kaliyuga : [m.] the age of vice and misery, i.e. the last of the four period of an aeon.

kalīra : [nt.] the soft part above the steam of a palm tree.

kalusa : [nt.] 1. sin; 2. impurity. (adj.),1. impure; 2. dirty.

kalebara : [nt.] the body.

kalyāṇa : [adj.] charming; morally good. (nt.), goodness; merit; virtue; welfare.

kalyāṇakāma : [adj.] desiring what is good.

kalyāṇakārī : [adj.] one who ,does good things; virtuous.

kalyāṇatā : [f.] goodness; beauty.

kalyāṇadassana : [adj.] handsome; lovely.

kalyāṇadhamma : [adj.; m.] good conduct or doctrine.

kalyāṇapaṭibhāṇa : [adj.] having quick understanding.

kalyāṇamitta : [m.] a good companion; honest friend.

kalyāṇājjhāsaya : [adj.] having intention to do good.

kalyāṇī : [f.] 1. a beautiful woman; 2. name of a river and a town in Ceylon.

kalyānadhamma : [adj.] virtuous. (m.), good conduct or doctrine.

kalla : [adj.] 1. clever; able 2. healthy; sound; 3. ready; 4. proper.

kallatā : [f.] ability; readiness.

kallasarīra : [adj.] having a sound body.

kallahāra : [nt.] white water lily.

kallola : [m.] a billow.

kavaca : [m.] a count of a mail; armour.

kavandha : [m.] headless (trunk of the) body.

kavāṭa : [m.; nt.] window; the shutters of a door.

kavi : [m.] poet.

kaviṭṭha : [m.] elephant-apple tree. || kaviṭṭha = kapiṭṭha

kavitā : [f.] state of poet.

kavitta : [nt.] state of poet.

kasaṭa : [m.] the refuse; dregs; acrid. (adj.), nasty; worthless.

kasati : [kas + a] ploughs; tills.

kasana : [nt.] tilling.

kasanta : [pr.p. of kasati] tilling; ploughing.

kasamāna : [pr.p. of kasati] tilling; ploughing.

kasambu : [m.] fifth; rubbish.

kasambujāta : [adj.] impure; of bad character.

kasā : [f.] a whip. || kāsa (m.),1. a kind of reed; 2. consumption.

kasāya : [nt.] a decoration; a distillation.

kasāva : [m.; nt.] 1. the acrid taste; 2. a cloth of orange colour. (adj.),, of the orange colour. || kāsāva (nt.), yellow robe. (adj), dyed with orange colour.

kasāhata : [nt.] a being whipped or flogged.

kasi : [aor. of kasati] ploughed; tilled. || kāsi (m.), name of a country (the capital of which was Benares).

kasikamma : [nt.] agriculture; husbandry.

kasiṇa : [adj.] whole; entire. (nt.), an object for meditation.

kasiṇaparikamma : [nt.] the preliminary duties the should be performed before meditation.

kasiṇamaṇḍala : [nt.] the circular disk used as an object for meditation.

kasita : [pp. of kasati] plouhged; tilled.

kasitaṭṭhāna : [nt.] tilled ground.

kasitvā : [abs. of kasati] having ploughed.

kasibhaṇḍa : [nt.] agricultural implements.

kasira : [adj.] miserable; difficult. (nt.), misery; trouble; difficulty.

kasirena : [adv.] with difficulty.

kasmā : [ind.] why.

kasmīra : [m.] name of a country in Northern India.

kassaka : [m.] farmer; cultivator.

kassati : [kass + a] drags. (see kaḍḍhati).

kassi : [aor. of kassati.] dragged.

kahaṃ : [adv.] where?

kahāpaṇa : [nt.] a coin whose value is about a half-crown.

kahāpaṇaka : [nt.] a torture which consisted in cutting off small pieces of flesh.

kāka : [m.] a crow.

kākacchati : [kas + cha] snores.

kākacchamāna : [pr.p. of kākacchati] snoring.

kākacchi : [aor. of kākacchati] snored.

kākaṇikā : [f.] a coin of very low value; a farthing.

kākapāda : [m.] crow’s foot; cross mark.

kākapeyya : [adj.] full to the brim (that a crow can easily drink of it.

kākavaṇṇa : [adj.] of the colour of a crow, i.e. black; name of a king in Ceylon.

kākasūra : [adj.] clever as a crow; a shameless fellow.

kākassara : [adj.] having the sound of a crow.

kākī : [f.] she-crow.

kākola : [m.] a reven.

kāca : [m.] glass; crystal; cataract in the eye.

kācatumba : [m.] glass bottle.

kācamaṇi : [m.] crystal.

kācamaya : [adj.] made of glass.

kāja : [m.] a pingo; carrying pole.

kājahāraka : [m.] pingo-bearer.

kātabba : [pt.p. of karoti] what ought to be done. (nt.), duty.

kātave : [inf. of karoti] to do.

kātuṃ : [inf. of karoti] to do.

kātukamyatā : [f.] desire to do or perform.

kātukāma : [adj.] desirous of doing.

kātukāmatā : [f.] desire to do or perform.

kānana : [nt.] forest; grove.

kānanantara : [nt.] inside of a forest.

kāpilavatthava : [adj.] belonging to Kapilavatthu.

kāpurisa : [m.] a wretch; contemptible person.

kāpotaka : [adj.] of a dull white.

kāpotikā : [adj.] sort of liquor (which is of reddish colour).

kāmaṃ : [adv.] surely; certainly.

kāmagiddha : [m.] greedy of sexual pleasure.

kāmaguṇa : [m.] sensual pleasure.

kāmagedha : [m.] attachment to sensual pleasure.

kāmacchanda : [m.] attachment to sensual pleasure.

kāmataṇhā : [f.] thirst after sensual pleasure.

kāmada : [adj.] giving what is desire.

kāmadada : [adj.] giving what is desire.

kāmadhātu : [f.] the world of desire.

kāmapaṇka : [m.] the mire of lust.

kāmapariḷāha : [m.] the fever of passion.

kāmabhava : [m.] the sphere dominated by pleasures.

kāmabhogī : [adj.] enjoying the pleasure of the senses.

kāmamucchā : [f.] sensual stupor.

kāmarati : [f.] amorous enjoyment.

kāmarāga : [m.] sensual passion.

kāmaloka : [m.] the world of the pleasures.

kāmavitakka : [m.] thought concerning pleasures.

kāmasaṅkappa : [m.] aspiration after pleasure.

kāmasaññojana : [nt.] hindrance formed by pleasures.

kāmasukha : [nt.] happiness arising from sensual pleasures.

kāmasevanā : [f.] (indulgence in) sexual intercourse.

kāmita : [pp. of kāmeti] craved; desired.

kāmetabba : [pt.p. of kāmeti] desirable.

kāmeti : [kam + e] craves; desires.

kāmesi : [aor. of kāmeti] craved; desired.

kāyakamma : [nt.] bodily action.

kāyakammaññatā : [f.] wieldness of the body.

kāyagata : [adj.] relating to the body.

kāyagatā sati : [f.] mindfulness centred on the body.

kāyagantha : [m.] bodily fetter.

kāyagutta : [m.] bodily. (adj.), guarding one’s own body; calm in the bodily action.

kāyaḍāha : [m.] fever; inflammation of the body.

kāyadaratha : [m.] bodily distress.

kāyaduccarita : [nt.] misconduct by the body.

kāyadvāra : [nt.] the outlet of bodily senses.

kāyadhātu : [f.] the faculty of touch.

kāyapaṭibaddha : [adj.] connected with the body.

kāyapayoga : [m.] instrumentality of the body.

kāyaparihārika : [adj.] tending the body.

kāyapassaddhi : [f.] serenity of the sense.

kāyapāgabbhiya : [nt.] immodesty.

kāyappakopa : [m.] misbehaviour.

kāyappacālakaṃ : [adv.] swaying the body.

kāyappasāda : [m.] the sense of touch.

kāyabandhana : [nt.] waist-band; girdle.

kāyabala : [nt.] strength of the body.

kāyamudutā : [f.] pliability of senses.

kāyalahutā : [f.] buoyancy of senses.

kāyavaṅka : [m.] crookedness of action.

kāyavikāra : [m.] gesture.

kāyaviññatti : [f.] intimation through the body; a gesture.

kāyaviññāṇa : [nt.] consciousness by means of touch.

kāyaviññeyya : [adj.] to be perceived by the sense of touch.

kāyaviveka : [m.] seclusion of the body.

kāyaveyyāvacca : [nt.] menial duties.

kāyasaṃsagga : [m.] bodily contact.

kāyasakkhī : [adj.] he who has realised the final truth (through the body).

kāyasaṅkhāra : [m.] substratum of the body.

kāyasamācāra : [m.] good conduct.

kāyasamphassa : [m.] the sense of touch.

kāyasucarita : [nt.] good conduct in action.

kāyasoceyya : [nt.] purity of the body.

kāyika : [adj.] relating to the resulting from the body.

kāyikadukkha : [nt.] bodily pain.

kāyujjukatā : [f.] straightness of the body.

kāyūpaga : [adj.] attached to the body; going to a new birth.

kāyūra : [nt.] a bracelet worn on the upper arm.

kāraṇīka : [m.] turturer.

kārāghara : [nt.] a prison; jail.

kārāpaka : [m.] a schemer; one who orders to do something.

kārāpana : [nt.] causing to do; ordering.

kārāpikā : [f.] a schemer; one who orders to do something.

kārāpita : [pp. of kārāpeti] caused to do.

kārāpiyati : [v.] causes to be done.

kārāpeti : [caus. of karoti] causes to do.

kārāpesi : [aor. of kārāpeti] caused to do.

kārābhedaka : [adj.] one who has broken out of a jail.

kārikā : [f.] a commentary.

kārita : [pp. of kāreti] caused to do, build or construct.

kāriya : [nt.] duty; action; business.

kāruñña : [nt.] compassion.

kāruṇika : [adj.] compassionate.

kāreti : [caus. of karoti] causes to do, build or construct.

kāretvā : [abs. of kāreti] having caused to do, build or construct.

kārenta : [pr.p. of kāreti] should be caused to do, build or construct.

kāresi : [aor. of kāreti] caused to do, build or construct.

kālaṃ kata : [pp.] dead.

kālaṃ karoti : dies.

kālakaṇṇī : [m.] an unfortunate person; a wretch.

kālakiriyā : [f.] death.

kālaṅkata : [pp.] dead.

kālaṅkaroti : dies.

kālaññū : [adj.] one who knows the proper time.

kālantara : [nt.] interval; period.

kālapavedana : [nt.] speaking at the proper time.

kālavādī : [adj.] speaking at the proper time.

kālasseva : very early.

kālika : [adj.] temporal.

kāliṅga : [m.] name of a country in East India.

kālīya : [nt.] gallochum. || kāḷīya (nt.), gallochum.

kālusiya : [nt.] dirt; obscurity.

kālena : in proper time; at the right moment.

kālenakālaṃ : from time to time.

kāḷaka : [adj.] black. (nt.), a black spot; a stain; black grain in the rice.

kāḷakūṭa : [m.] name of a mountain in the Himalayas.

kāḷakesa : [adj.] black-haired, i.e. young.

kāḷatipu : [nt.] black lead.

kāḷapakkha : [m.] the moonless fort-night.

kāḷaloṇa : [nt.] black salt.

kāḷasīha : [m.] a kind of lion.

kāḷasutta : [nt.] carpenter’s measuring line.

kāḷahaṃsa : [m.] black swan.

kāḷāyasa : [nt.] (black) iron.

kāḷāvaka : [m.] a kind of elephant.

kāveyya : [nt.] poetry.

kāsika : [adj.] belonging to or made of kāsi.

kāsu : [f.] pit.

kāhāmi : [v.] (I) will do.

kāhinti : [v.] (they) will do.

kiṃ : [rel. or inter. pron.] what? (m.) ko = who? (f.) kā = which woman? (nt.) kaṃ = what thing?

kiṃ kāraṇā : why?

kiṃ su : [ind.] an interrogative particle.

kiṃkara : [m.] a servant; an attendant.

kiṃkāraṇā : [adv.] by reason of what?

kiṃkiṇikajāla : [nt.] a net of tinkling bells.

kiṃkiṇī : [f.] a jingling bell.

kiṃvādī : [adj.] holding what view?

kiṃsuka : [m.] the tree Butea Frondosa.

kikī : [m.] the blue jay. (f.), female of the jay.

kiṅkara : [m.] a servant; an attendant.

kiṅkiṇikajāla : [nt.] a net of tinkling bells.

kiṅkiṇī : [f.] a jingling bell.

kicca : [nt.] duty; work; service; that which should be done.

kiccakārī : [adj.] doing one’s won duty.

kiccākicca : [nt.] what should be done and not be done.

kiccha : [adj.] difficult; painful. (nt.), distress; difficulty.

kicchati : [kit + cha] is troubled or wearied.

kicchi : [aor. of kicchati] was troubled or wearied.

kicchena : [adv.] with difficulty.

kiñ ca : [ind.] why not; rather.

kiñcana : [nt.] something; a trifle; worldly attachment; trouble.

kiñcāpi : [ind.] whatever; however much; but.

kiñci : [ind.] something.

kiñcikkha : [nt.] trifle.

kiñjakkha : [nt.] filament; pollen.

kiṭṭha : [nt.] growing corn.

kiṭṭhasambādha-samaya : [m.] harvest-time; when corn is fully grown.

kiṭṭhāda : [adj.] corn-eating.

kiṭṭhārakkha : [m.] a watcher of corn.

kiṇanta : [pr.p. of kiṇāti] buying.

kiṇāti : [ki + ṇā] buys.

kiṇi : [aor. of kiṇāti] bought.

kiṇituṃ : [inf. of kiṇāti] to buy.

kiṇitvā : [abs. of kiṇāti] having bought.

kiṇīyati : [v.] is bought.

kiṇṇa : [pp. of kirati] scattered. (nt.), yeast.

kitava : [m.] a cheat.

kittaka : [inter. pron.] how much? to what extent? how many?

kittana : [nt.] praising; expounding.

kittayati : [v.] explains; praises.

kittāvatā : [adv.] how far? in what respect?

kitti : [f.] fame; renown.

kittighosa : [m.] reputation.

kittita : [pp. of kitteti] praised; extolled; related; announced.

kittima : [adj.] artificial.

kittimantu : [adj.] famous.

kittisadda : [m.] reputation.

kitteti : [kitt + e] praises; extols; relates; announces.

kittenta : [pr.p. of kitteti] praising; extolling; relating; announcing.

kittesi : [aor. of kitteti] praised; extolled; related; announced.

kinti : [ind.] whether.

kinnara : [m.] a bird with a human head; name of a forest dwelling nation.

kinnarī : [f.] a kinnara woman.

kipillikā : [f.] an ant.

kibbisa : [nt.] wrong-doing; crime.

kibbisakārī : [m.] a criminal.

kimakkhātī : [adj.] preaching what?

kimakkhāyī : [adj.] preaching.

kimaṅga : [ind.] far less.

kimatthaṃ : [adv.] for what purpose?

kimatthāya : [ind.] for what purpose?

kimatthiya : [adj.] to what purpose; purporting what?

kimi : [m.] a worm; vermin.

kimikula : [nt.] a crowd or a kind of worms.

kimpakka : [nt.] a poisonous fruit in the shape of a mango.

kimpakkaphala : [nt.] a poisonous fruit in the shape of a mango.

kimpurisa : [m.] a bird with a human head; name of a forest dwelling nation.

kira : [ind.] really; truly; (refers to a report by hear-say). || kīra (m.), a parrot.

kiraṇa : [m.; nt.] ray; effulgence.

kirati : [kir + a] scatters.

kirāta : [m.] a kind of junglemen.

kiri : [aor. of kirati] scattered.

kiriya : [nt.] action; deed; performance. || kiriyā (f.),action; deed; performance.

kiriyavāda : [m.] belief in the consequence of action.

kiriyavādī : [m.] one who promulgates the view of kiriyavādā.

kirīṭa : [nt.] a crown; diadem.

kilañja : [m.] mat or rushes.

kilanta : [pp. of kilamati] was tired; was weary; was exhausted. || kīḷanta (pr.p. of kīḷati), playing; sporting; amusing oneself.

kilamati : [kilam + a] is wearied or fatigued.

kilamatha : [m.] fatigue; weariness.

kilamanta : [pr.p. of kilamati] becoming weary.

kilami : [aor. of kilamati] was wearied or fatigued.

kilamita : [pp. of kilamati] was wearied or fatigued.

kilamitvā : [abs. of kilamati] being wearied or fatigued.

kilamiyamāna : [pr.p. of kilamīyati] being made weary.

kilamīyati : [pass. of kilameti] has been made weary.

kilamīyi : [aor. of kilamīyati] had been made weary.

kilameti : [caus. of kilamati] makes weary.

kilametvā : [abs. of kilameti] having made weared.

kilamenta : [pr.p. of kilameti] making weared.

kilamesi : [aor. of kilameti] made weared.

kilāsa : [m.] a cutaneous disease.

kiliṭṭha : [pp. of kilissati] become soiled or stained; was impured.

kilinna : [pp. of kilijjati] wet; soiled; moist.

kilissati : [kilis + ya] becomes soiled or stained; is impure.

kilissana : [nt.] getting dirty or stained.

kilissanta : [pr.p. of kilissati] becoming soiled or stained; being impured.

kilissi : [aor. of kilissati] became soiled or stained; was impured.

kilesa : [m.] passion; lust; depravity; impurity.

kilesakāma : [m.] lust.

kilesakkhaya : [m.] destruction of passions.

kilesappahāṇa : [nt.] giving up of worldly passions.

kilesavatthu : [nt.] object of worldly attachment.

kilesita : [pp. of kileseti] caused to be soiled or defiled.

kileseti : [kilis + e] causes to be soiled or defiled.

kilesesi : [aor. of kileseti] caused to be soiled or defiled.

kilomaka : [nt.] the pleura.

kisa : [adj.] lean; haggard; emaciated.

kīṭaka : [m.] an insect; a moth.

kīta : [pp. of kiṇāti] bought. || kīṭa (m.), an insect; a moth.

kītvā : [abs. of kiṇāti] having bought.

kīdisa : [adj.] of what kind? what like?

kīla : [m.] a stake. || kīḷā (f.), playing; sport.

kīḷati : [kīḷ + a] plays; sports; amuses oneself.

kīḷanaka : [nt.] a toy. (adj.), playing.

kīḷanā : [f.] sport; enjoyment.

kīḷamāna : [pr.p. of kīḷati] playing; sporting; amusing oneself.

kīḷāgoḷaka : [nt.] a ball to play with.

kīḷāpanaka : [adj.] one who makes play.

kīḷāpasuta : [adj.] bent on play.

kīḷāpeti : [caus. of kīḷati] causes to play.

kīḷāpetvā : [abs. of kīḷāpeti] having caused to play.

kīḷāpenta : [pr.p. of kīḷāpeti] causing to play.

kīḷāpesi : [aor. of kīḷāpeti] caused to play.

kīḷābhaṇḍaka : [nt.] a plaything; toy.

kīḷāmaṇḍala : [nt.] play-ground.

kīḷi : [aor. of kiḷati] played; sported; amused oneself.

kīḷita : [pp. of kīḷati] caused to play. (nt.), sport; play.

kīḷitvā : [abs. of kiḷati] having played; having sported; having amused oneself.

kīva : [ind.] how much? how long?

kīva ciraṃ : [ind.] how long?

kīvataka : [adj.] how many? how much?

kukutthaka : [m.] a kind of bird.

kukku : [m.] a cubit.

kukkucca : [nt.] remorse; scruple; worry.

kukkuccaka : [adj.] scrupulous.

kukkuccāyati : [deno. from kukkucca] feels remorse.

kukkuṭa : [m.] a cock.

kukkuṭī : [f.] a hen.

kukkura : [m.] a dog.

kukkuravatika : [adj.] imitating a dog (in austerity).

kukkuḷa : [m.] hot ashes; name of a hell.

kukmudavaṇṇa : [adj.] water-pot.

kuṅkuma : [nt.] saffron.

kucchi : [m.] the belly or womb; interior.

kucchiṭṭha : [adj.] deposited in the womb.

kucchita : [pp.] contemptible; vile.

kucchidāha : [m.] inflammation in the stomach.

kuja : [m.] 1. a tree; 2. the planet of Mars.

kujjhati : [kudh + ya] is angry.

kujjhana : [nt.] anger; irritation. || kujjhanā (f.), anger; irritation.

kujjhanta : [pr.p. of kujjhati] being angry.

kujjhamāna : [pr.p. of kujjhati] being angry.

kujjhi : [aor. of kujjhati] was angry.

kujjhitvā : [abs. of kujjhati] being angry.

kujjhiya : [abs. of kujjhati] being angry.

kuñcanāda : [m.] trumpeting (of an elephant).

kuñcikā : [f.] a key.

kuñcikāvivara : [nt.] key-hole.

kuñcita : [pp. of kuñcati] bent; crooked; curled.

kuñja : [nt.] a glen; dell.

kuñjara : [m.] elephant.

kuṭa : [m.; nt.] a water pot. || kūṭa (adj.), false fraudulent; deceitful; untamed. (m.; nt.), the top; prominence; peak; ridge; pinnacle; a hammer. (nt.), falsehood; deceit.

kuṭaja : [m.] a kind of medicinal herb.

kuṭi : [f.] a hut.

kuṭikā : [f.] a hut.

kuṭidvāra : [nt.] gate of a hut.

kuṭimbika : [m.] the head of a family; a house-holder.

kuṭila : [adj.] bent; crooked.

kuṭilatā : [f.] crookedness; dishonesty.

kuṭumba : [nt.] family.

kuṭūmbika : [m.] the head of a family; a house-holder.

kuṭṭhī : [m.] a leper.

kuṭhārī : [f.] an axe; hatchet.

kuḍumala : [m.] an opening bud.

kuḍḍa : [nt.] a wall.

kuḍḍamūla : [nt.] foot of a wall.

kuṇapa : [m.] corpse; carcass; a loathsome thing.

kuṇapagandha : [m.] smell of a rotting corpse.

kuṇāla : [m.] the Indian cuckoo.

kuṇī : [m.] a cripple. (adj.), crooked-handed.

kuṇṭha : [adj.] blunt.

kuṇṭhita : [pp. of kuṇṭheti] made blunt, bent or lame.

kuṇṭheti : [kuṇṭh + e] makes blunt, bent or lame.

kuṇṭhesi : [aor. of kuṇṭheti] made blunt, bent or lame.

kuṇḍaka : [nt.] the powder obtained from the inner rind of rice.

kuṇḍakapūva : [m.; nt.] cake made of that powder.

kuṇḍala : [nt.] an earring; a curl.

kuṇḍalakesa : [adj.] having curled hair.

kuṇḍalāvatta : [adj.] twisting round (like a watch-spring).

kuṇḍalī : [adj.] having earrings or curls.

kuṇḍikā : [f.] a pitcher; water-jug.

kuṇḍī : [f.] a pitcher; water-jug.

kutūhala : [nt.] excitement; curiosity.

kuto : [adv.] where from? whence?

kutta : [nt.] behaviour; coquetry.

kuttaka : [nt.] a carpet big enough for 12 women to dance on.

kuttha : [adv.] where? || kuṭṭha (nt.), 1. leprosy; 2. a kind of fragrant plant.

kutra : [adv.] where?

kuthita : [pp. of kuthati] boiling; much heated.

kudassu : [m.] when?

kudācana : [ind.] sometimes; at any time.

kudācanaṃ : [ind.] sometimes; at any time.

kuddāla : [m.] a spade or hoe.

kuddha : [pp. of kujjhati] was angry.

kudrūsaka : [m.] a kind of grain.

kunatanī : [f.] a curlew.

kunta : [m.] 1. sceptre lance; 2. a kind of bird.

kuntanī : [f.] a curlew.

kuntala : [m.] hair.

kuntha : [m.] a sort of ant.

kunda : [nt.] a kind of jasmine.

kunnadī : [f.] rivulet.

kupatha : [m.] wrong path.

kupita : [pp. of kuppati] was angry; annoyed; offended.

kupurisa : [m.] bad person.

kuppa : [adj.] unsteady; movable.

kuppati : [kup + ya] is angry or agitated; is changed.

kuppana : [nt.] agitation; anger; disturbance.

kuppamāna : [pr.p. of kuppati] being angry or being agitated; being changed.

kuppi : [aor. of kuppati] was angry or agitated; was changed.

kubbati : does, performs. || kubbati = karoti.

kubbanaka : [nt.] a small forest; brushwood.

kubbanta : [pr.p. of kubbati] doing; performing.

kubbamāna : [pr.p. of kubbati] doing; performing.

kubbara : [m.] pole of a carriage.

kumati : [f.] wrong view. (adj.), holder of a wrong view.

kumāra : [m.] a boy; a youngster.

kumāraka : [m.] a boy; a youngster.

kumārakīlā : [f.] amusement of a boy.

kumārikā : [f.] a girl; virgin.

kumārī : [f.] a girl; virgin.

kumina : [nt.] a fish-trap.

kumuda : [nt.] white water lily.

kumudaṇāla : [nt.] the stalk of white water-lily.

kumudanāḷa : [m.] the stalk of white water-lily.

kumudavaṇṇa : [adj.] of the colour of white lily.

kumbha : [m.] water-pot.

kumbhaka : [nt.] the mast (of a ship).

kumbhakāra : [m.] potter.

kumbhakārasālā : [f.] pottery.

kumbhaṇḍa : [m.] pumpkin; a kind of celestial beings.

kumbhadāsī : [f.] a slave girl who brings water.

kumbhī : [f.] a pot.

kumbhīla : [m.] crocodile.

kumma : [m.] tortoise.

kummagga : [m.] wrong path.

kummāsa : [m.] junket.

kura : [nt.] boiled rice.

kuraṇḍaka : [m.] a flower plant; a species of Amaranth.

kurara : [m.] an osprey.

kuruṅga : [m.] a kind of antelope.

kurumāna : [pr.p. of karoti] doing.

kururaṭṭha : [nt.] the country of the kurus (in North India).

kurūra : [adj.] cruel; fierce.

kula : [nt.] a family; clan; caste. || kūla (nt.), river-bank; embankment.

kulageha : [nt.] the house belonging to the family; parents’ house.

kulaṅgāra : [m.] one who brings a family to ruin.

kulatanti : [f.] the line and tradition of a family.

kulattha : [m.] a kind of vetch.

kuladūsaka : [m.] one who brings a family into a bad repute.

kuladhītu : [f.] daughter of a respectable family.

kulaparivaṭṭa : [n.] generation.

kulaputta : [m.] young man of a good family.

kulala : [m.] a hawk. || kulāla (m.), potter.

kulavaṃsa : [nt.] lineage; progeny.

kulālacakka : [nt.] potter’s wheel.

kulāvaka : [nt.] nest.

kulisa : [nt.] thunder-bolt; a mace.

kulīna : [adj.] having a recognised clan.

kulīra : [m.] a crab.

kulīrapāda : [adj.] (a bed), having the legs in the shapes of a crab.

kulūpaga : [adj.] one who frequents a family.

kulla : [m.] a raft.

kuvaṃ : [ind.] where?

kuvalaya : [nt.] water-lily.

kuvera : [m.] name of the deity who governs the North; the king of Yakkhas.

kusa : [m.] a kind of fragrant grass; citronella; a lot.

kusagga : [nt.] the point of a blade of kusa.

kusacīra : [nt.] garment made of kusa-grass.

kusapāta : [m.] casting of lots.

kusala : [nt.] good action; merit; virtue. (adj.), clever.

kusalakamma : [nt.] meritorious action; right conduct.

kusalacetanā : [f.] right volition.

kusalatā : [f.] cleverness; dexterity; accomplishment.

kusaladhamma : [m.] points of righteousness.

kusalavipāka : [m.] fruit of result of good action.

kusalī : [adj.] possessor of merit.

kusinārā : [f.] the chief city of the Mallas.

kusīta : [adj.] indolent; lazy. || kusītā (f.) indolence; laziness.

kusītatā : [f.] indolence; laziness.

kusītatta : [nt.] indolence; laziness.

kusubbha : [m.] a small pit.

kusuma : [nt.] a flower.

kusumita : [adj.] in flower; blooming.

kusumbha : [m.] the safflower. (used for dying red).

kusūla : [m.] a granary.

kuha : [adj.] deceitful. (m.) a cheat.

kuhaka : [adj.] deceitful. (m.) a cheat.

kuhanā : [f.] deceit; hypocrisy; fraud.

kuhara : [nt.] a hole; cavity.

kuhiṃ : [adv.] where?

kuheti : [kuh + e] deceives.

kuhesi : [aor. of kuheti] deceived.

kūjati : [kūj + a] chirps.

kūjana : [nt.] chirping of birds.

kūjanta : [pr.p. of kujati] chirping.

kūjamāna : [pr.p. of kujati] chirping.

kūji : [aor. of kūjati] chirped.

kūjita : [pp. of kūjati] chirped. (nt.), birds’ singing. (pp. of kujati), resounded with the singing of birds.

kūṭagoṇa : [m.] an untamed bull.

kūṭajaṭila : [m.] a fraudulent ascetic.

kūṭaṭṭa : [nt.] false suit.

kūṭaṭṭakāraka : [m.] false suitor.

kūṭavāṇija : [m.] a dishonest trader.

kūṭasimbalī : [m.] thorny red cotton tree.

kūṭāgāra : [nt.] a pinnacle building, or such a temporary construction; a catafalque.

kūpa : [m.] a well; a cavity.

kūpaka : [m.] the mast.

kekara : [m.] a squint-eyed person.

kekā : [f.] the cry of the peacock.

kecana : some persons.

keṇipāta : [m.] rudder of a boat.

ketakī : [f.] screw-pine.

ketu : [m.] flag; banner.

ketuṃ : [inf. of kiṇāti] to buy.

ketukamyatā : [f.] vainglory; desire for prominence.

ketumantu : [adj.] adorned with flags.

kedāra : [m.; nt.] arable land; a field.

kedārapāḷi : [f.] a dam; narrow embankments in paddy fields.

keyūra : [nt.] a bracelet for the upper arm.

keyya : [adj.] fit to be bought; a thing to be bought.

kerāṭika : [adj.] deceitful; hypocritic. (m.), a dishonest person.

kerāṭiya : [nt.] deceit; fraud.

kelāsa : [m.] name of a mountain in the Himalayas.

kelāsakūṭa : [nt.] the peak of the Kelāsa mountain.

keḷī : [f.] sport; enjoyment.

kevaṭṭa : [m.] a fisherman.

kevala : [adj.] lonely; unmixed; whole; entire.

kevalaṃ : [adv.] only.

kevalakappa : [adj.] almost the whole.

kevalaparipuṇṇa : [adj.] complete in its entirety.

kesa : [m.] hair of the head.

kesakambala : [nt.] a blanket made of hair.

kesakambalī : [adj.] having a blanket made of hair.

kesakalāpa : [m.] a tress of hair.

kesakalyāṇa : [nt.] beauty of hair.

kesadhātu : [f.] hair-relic.

kesara : [nt.] hairy structures of flowers; name (of animal.).

kesarasīha : [m.] a maned lion.

kesarī : [m.] a lion.

kesava : [adj.] of rich of hair. (m.), the God Vishnu.

kesoropana : [nt.] shaving of hair.

kesohāraka : [m.] remover of hair, i.e. a barber.

ko : [m.] (sing. of kiṃ) who? which man?

ko ci : [indefinite pronoun] someone.

koka : [m.] a wolf.

kokanada : [nt.] a red lotus.

kokila : [m.] a cuckoo.

koci : [ind.] some one; whoever.

koccha : [nt.] 1. a brush; 2. a rattan chair.

kojava : [m.] a carpet.

koñca : [m.] a heron.

koñcanāda : [m.] trumpeting (of an elephant).

koṭacikā : [f.] the female organ.

koṭi : [f.] top; summit; point; the end; ten million.

koṭippakoṭi : [f.] 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

koṭippatta : [adj.] having reached the end; fully grasped.

koṭilla : [nt.] crookedness.

koṭisimbalī : [m.] thorny red cotton tree.

koṭṭana : [nt.] pounding.

koṭṭita : [pp. of koṭṭeti] pounded; smashed; beaten.

koṭṭeti : [kuṭṭ + e] pounds; smashes; beats.

koṭṭetvā : [abs. of koṭṭeti] having pounded; having smashed; having beaten.

koṭṭenta : [pr.p. of koṭṭeti] pounding; smashing; beating.

koṭṭesi : [aor. of koṭṭeti] pounds; smashes; beats.

koṭṭha : [m.] the abdomen; a cell; a store-room.

koṭṭhaka : [m.] 1. stronghold; 2. a gateway; 3. place for concealment; 4. closet.

koṭṭhāgāra : [(koṭṭha + āgāra) nt.] granary; treasury; storehouse.

koṭṭhāgārika : [(koṭṭha + āgārika) m.] storekeeper.

koṭṭhāsa : [m.] share; ration; portion.

koṭṭhāsaya : [(koṭṭha + āsaya) adj.] existing in abdomen.

koṇa : [m.] corner; end; a bow.

kotūhala : [nt.] excitement; curiosity.

kotthu : [m.] a jackal.

kotthuka : [m.] a jackal.

kodaṇḍa : [nt.] a bow.

kodha : [m.] anger.

kodhana : [adj.] peevish; uncontrolled (of mind).

konta : [m.] 1. sceptre lance; 2. a kind of bird.

kopa : [m.] anger; ill-temper.

kopaneyya : [adj.] apt to arouse anger.

kopita : [pp. of kopeti.] caused to make angry; caused to disturb; caused to shake; caused to trespass a law.

kopī : [adj.] ill-tempered.

kopīna : [nt.] the generative organ of either sex.

kopeti : [caus. of kuppati] causes to make angry; caused to disturb; causes to shake; causes to trespass a law.

kopetvā : [abs. of kopeti] having caused to make angry; having caused to disturb; having caused to shake; having caused to trespass a law.

kopesi : [aor. of kopeti] made angry; disturbed; shook; trespassed a law.

komala : [adj.] soft; producing affection.

komāra : [adj.] juvenile.

komārabrahmacariyā : [f.] the vow of chastity beginning from the infancy.

komārabhacca : [nt.] the medical treatment of infants; brought up by a prince.

komudī : [f.] moonlight; the full-moon day in the month kattika.

koraka : [m.] a bud.

korabya : [adj.] a descendant of kuru; belonging to the country of Kurus.

koravya : [adj.] a descendant of kuru; belonging to the country of Kurus.

kola : [m.; nt.] jujube fruit.

kolaka : [nt.] pepper.

kolaṭṭhi : [nt.] the seed of jujube.

kolamba : [m.] a big jar.

kolāpa : [m.] a dead or hollow tree.

koliya : [m.] name of a clan akin to Sākyas.

koleyyaka : [adj.] of good breed; (said of dogs).

kovida : [adj.] clever; well-versed; expert.

kosa : [m.] store-room; treasury; a sheath; a cocoon; a measure of length, (which is about 1.000 yards.).

kosaka : [m.; nt.] a cup; drinking vessel; a small case or sheath.

kosajja : [nt.] idleness; indolence.

kosaphala : [nt.] nutmeg.

kosambī : [f.] name of the capital of Vatsas.

kosala : [m.] name of a country which was prominent at the time of the Buddha.

kosalla : [nt.] proficiency; cleverness.

kosātakī : [f.] a creeper the fruit of which is eaten; Luffa acutangula.

kosārakkha : [m.] keeper of a treasury.

kosika : [m.] an owl.

kosināraka : [adj.] belonging to Kusinārā.

kosī : [f.] a sheath.

koseyya : [nt.] silk; silk cloth. (adj.), silken.

koseyyasukhuma : [nt.] fine silk.

kosohita : [adj.] unsheathed.

kohañña : [nt.] hypocrisy; deceit.

kttha : [nt.] timber; a piece of wood.

kriyā : [f.] action; deed; performance.

kva : [ind.] where ?

kvaci : [ind.] somewhere; in some places.

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kha : [nt.] space; sky.

khaga : [m.] a bird.

khagga : [m.] a sword.

khaggakosa : [m.] sheath for a sword.

khaggatala : [nt.] blade of a sword.

khaggadhara : [adj.] bearing a sword.

khaggavisāṇa : [m.] rhinoceros; one who has a sword-like horn.

khaggāhaka : [m.] a sword-bearer.

khacati : [khac + a] inlays; adorns with.

khaci : [aor. of khacati] inlaid; adorned with.

khacita : [pp. of khacati] inlaid; adorned with.

khajja : [nt.] solid food; sweet meat. (adj.), to be eaten or chewed.

khajjaka : [nt.] sweet-meat.

khajjakantara : [nt.] various kinds of sweets.

khajjati : [khaj + ya (pass. of khādati.)] 1. is eaten; 2. is itchy; 3. is consumed.

khajju : [f.] itch.

khajjūrī : [f.] date-palm.

khajjopanaka : [m.] the fire-fly.

khañja : [adj.] lame.

khañjati : [khaj + ṃ-a] hobbles.

khañjana : [nt.] hobbling. (m.), a wagtail.

khañji : [aor. of khañjati] hobbled.

khaññakhantika : of another belief.

khaṇa : [m.] a moment; a minute; an opportunity.

khaṇati : [khan + a] digs; uproots.

khaṇana : [nt.] digging.

khaṇanta : [pr.p. of khaṇati] digging; uprooting.

khaṇātīta : [adj.] having missed the opportunity.

khaṇāpetvā : [abs.] having caused to dig.

khaṇi : [aor. of khaṇati] dug; uprooted.

khaṇika : [nt.] momentary; temporary; changeable.

khaṇittī : [f.] a crow-bar; pick-axe.

khaṇitvā : [abs. of khaṇati] having dug; having uprooted.

khaṇuka : [m.] a stump; stake; a small post.

khaṇena : [adv.] in a moment.

khaṇḍa : [m.] a bit; broken piece; candy. (adj.), broken.

khaṇḍadanta : [adj.] having broken teeth.

khaṇḍana : [nt.] breakage.

khaṇḍaphulla : [nt.] broken and shattered portions (of a building).

khaṇḍākhaṇḍaṃ : [adv.] (breaking) into fragments.

khaṇḍākhaṇḍikaṃ : [adv.] (breaking) into fragments.

khaṇḍikā : [f.] a piece; a broken bit.

khaṇḍicca : [nt.] the state of being broken, (said of teeth).

khaṇḍeti : [khaṇḍ + e] breaks into pieces; transgresses.

khaṇḍetvā : [abs. of khaṇḍeti] having broken into pieces; having transgressed.

khaṇḍesi : [aor. of khaṇḍeti] broke into pieces; transgressed.

khata : [pp. of khaṇati] dug; uprooted. || khāta (pp. of khaṇati), dug.

khatta : [nt.] political science; that which is belonging to Khattiyas.

khattiya : [m.] a man of the warrior caste. (adj.),to belonging Khattiyas. || khattiyā (f.), a woman of the Khattiya clan.

khattiyakaññā : [f.] a maiden of the Khattiya race.

khattiyakula : [nt.] the warrior caste.

khattiyamahāsāla : [m.] a millionaire of Khattiya tribe.

khattiyamāyā : [f.] the special knowledge of the Khattiyas.

khattiyasukhumāla : [adj.] tender and delicate like a royal prince.

khattiyānī : [f.] a woman of the Khattiya clan.

khattu : [m.] charioteer; a king’s attendant adviser.

khadira : [m.] acacia tree.

khadiraṅgāra : [m.] embers of acacia wood.

khanta : [pp. of khamati] was patient; endured; forbore; pardoned.

khanti : [f.] patience; wish; forbearance.

khantika : [adj.] (in cpds.) of such and such a belief. aññakhantika = of another belief.

khantibala : [nt.] power of patience.

khantimantu : [adj.] forbearing; patient.

khantu : [m.] one who forbears; gentle.

khandha : [m.] 1. bulk; 2. the trunk of the body or of a tree; 3. mass; heap; 4. a section or chapter; 5. sensorial aggregates which condition the appearance of life in any form.

khandhaka : [m.] a division or chapter.

khandhapañcaka : [nt.] the five aggregates, viz. material qualities, feeling, perception, coefficients of consciousness, and consciousness.

khandhāvāra : [m.] a camp.

khama : [adj.] forgiving; enduring; bearing. || khamā (f.) tolerance; patience; endurance.

khamati : [kham + a] is patient; endures; forbears; pardons.

khamana : [nt.] tolerance; patience; endurance.

khamanīya : [adj.] bearable.

khamanta : [pr.p of khamati] being patient; enduring; forbearing; pardoning.

khamamāna : [pr.p. of khamat] being patient; enduring; forbearing; pardoning.

khamāpana : [nt.] asking for pardon.

khamāpita : [pp. of khamāpeti] asked one’s pardon; apologised.

khamāpeti : [kham + āpe] asks one’s pardon; apologises.

khamāpetvā : [abs. of khamāpeti] having asked one’s pardon; having apologised.

khamāpenta : [pp. of khamāpeti] asked one’s pardon; apologised.

khamāpesi : [aor. of khamāpeti] asked one’s pardon; apologised.

khami : [aor. of khamati] was patient; endured; forbore; pardoned.

khamitabba : [pt.p. of khamāpeti] should be apologised.

khamitvā : [abs. of khamāpeti] having forgiven or endured.

khambhakata : [adj.] with one’s arms akimbo.

khaya : [m.] waste; destruction; decay; consummation of.

khayānupassanā : [f.] knowledge of the fact of decay.

khara : [adj.] rough; hard; sharp; painful. || khāra (m.),alkaline substance; potash.

kharatā : [f.] roughness.

kharatta : [nt.] roughness.

khala : [nt.] threshing floor (for corn). || khaḷa (adj.), rough; harsh. (m.), a rascal; a vile person.

khalagga : [nt.] the beginning of threshing.

khalati : [khal + a] stumbles.

khalamaṇḍala : [nt.] threshing floor.

khali : [aor. of khalati] stumbled.

khalita : [pp. of khalati] stumbled. (nt.) fault; stumbling. || khāḷita (pp. of khāleti), washed; rinsed.

khalitvā : [abs. of khalati] having stumbled.

khalīna : [m.] the bit (of a horse).

khalu : [ind.] indeed; surely.

khaluṅka : [m.] an inferior horse which is hard to manage.

khalopī : [f.] a kind of pot.

khallāṭa : [adj.] bald.

khallāṭasīsa : [adj.] having a bald head.

khallāṭiya : [nt.] baldness.

khāṇu : [m.; nt.] a stump; stake; a small post.

khādaka : [adj.] one who eats; living on.

khādati : [khād + a] eats; chews; bites; gnash.

khādana : [nt.] foot; eating; the act of eating.

khādanīya : [adj.] fit for eating. (nt.), hard food; sweetmeat.

khādanta : [pr.p. of khādati] eating; chewing; bitting; gnashing.

khādapana : [nt.] the act of feeding; causing to be eaten.

khādamāna : [pr.p. of khādati] eating; chewing; biting; gnashing.

khādāpita : [pp. of khādāpeti] caused to make to eat or bite.

khādāpeti : [caus. of khādati] causes to make to eat or bite.

khādāpetvā : [abs. of khādāpeti] having caused to make to eat or bited.

khādāpenta : [pr.p of khādāpeti] causing to make to eat or bite.

khādi : [aor. of khādati] ate; chewed; bit; gnashed.

khādita : [pp. of khādati] eaten; bitten; consumed.

khāditatta : [nt.] the fact of being eaten.

khāditabba : [pt.p. of khādati] fit to be eaten.

khādituṃ : [inf. of khādati] to eat.

khādesi : [aor. of khādāpeti] made to eat or bite.

khāyati : [khā + ya] seems to be; appears like.

khāyi : [aor. of khāyati] seemed to be; appeared like.

khāyita : [adj.] eaten up. (nt.), something eaten.

khāraka : [adj.] alkaline. (m.),a fresh bud.

khāri : [f.] 16 measures of grain; a basket suspended from a pingo.

khārika : [adj.] alkaline.

khārikāja : [m.; nt.] pingo basket and the pingo.

khārijāja : [m.] pingo basket and the pingo.

khārividha : [nt.] pingo basket and the pingo.

khāḷeti : [khaḷ + e] washes; rinses.

khāḷetvā : [abs. of khaleti] having washed; having rinsed.

khāḷesi : [aor. of khāleti] washed; rinsed.

khiḍḍā : [f.] play; amusement.

khiḍḍādasaka : [nt.] the decad of play.

khiḍḍārati : [f.] enjoyment.

khiṇamaccha : [adj.] without fish.

khitta : [pp. of khipati] thrown; overthrown; casted away; upset.

khittacitta : [adj.] one whose mind is deranged.

khinna : [pp.] disappointed.

khipa : [m.] anything thrown over; a fish trap; a cloak.

khipati : [khip + a] casts; throws out; sneezes.

khipana : [nt.] throwing; casting away.

khipanta : [pr.p. of khipati] casting; throwing out; sneezing.

khipamāna : [pr.p. of khipati] casting; throwing out; sneezing.

khipi : [aor. of khipati] casted; threw out; sneezed.

khipita : [pp. of khipati] thrown out. (nt.), sneezing.

khipitasadda : [m.] the sound of sneezing.

khipituṃ : [inf. of khipati] to throw; to sneeze.

khipitvā : [abs. of khipati] having casted; having thrown out; having sneezed.

khippa : [adj.] quick.

khippaṃ : [adv.] quickly.

khippataraṃ : [adv.] very soon; very quickly.

khila : [nt.] callosity; hardness. || khīla (m.), peg; a stake; a post.

khīṇa : [pp. of khīyati] exhausted; wasted.

khīṇatā : [f.] the fact of being wasted or exhausted.

khīṇatta : [nt.] the fact of being wasted or exhausted.

khīṇaniraya : [adj.] one who is beyond the hell.

khīṇabīja : [adj.] one who is without the seed of existence.one who is without the seed of existence.

khīṇāsava : [(khiṇa + āsava) adj.] whose mind is free from mental obsessions.

khīyati : [khī + ya] is exhausted; wastes away; becomes dejected.

khīyana : [nt.] 1. exhaustion; 2. blaming.

khīyamāna : [pr.p. of khīyati] being exhausted; wasting away; becoming dejected.

khīyi : [aor. of khīyati] was exhausted; wasted away; became dejected.

khīyitvā : [abs. of khīyati] having exhausted; having wasted away; having become dejected.

khīra : [nt.] milk.

khīraṇṇava : [m.] the white see.

khīrapaka : [adj.] sucking the milk.

khīrapāyāsa : [m.] milk-rice.

khīrika : [f.] the tree Buchanania Latifolia.

khīrodana : [(khīra + odana) nt.] milk-rice (boiled).

khujja : [adj.] humpbacked (person).

khudā : [f.] hunger.

khudda : [adj.] small; inferior; insignificant. || khuddā (f.), a kind of small bees.

khuddaka : [nt.] honey made by a kind of small bees.

khuddakanikāya : [m.] name of a collection of canonical books.

khuddakapāṭha : [m.] name of the first book of the khuddaka-group.

khuddānukhuddaka : [adj.] the lesser and minor (duties or precepts.)

khuppipāsā : [f.] hunger and thirst.

khubhati : [khubh + a] is agitated or disturbed.

khubhi : [aor. of khubhati] was agitated or disturbed.

khubhita : [pp. of khubhati] was agitated or disturbed.

khura : [nt.] 1. a razor; 2. hoof (of an animal).

khurakosa : [m.] sheath for a razor.

khuragga : [nt.] the hall of tonsure.

khuracakka : [nt.] a wheel sharp as razor.

khuradhārā : [f.] the blade of a razor.

khurappa : [m.] a kind of arrow.

khurabhaṇḍa : [nt.] the outfit of a barber.

khuramuṇḍa : [nt.] a close-shaven.

kheṭa : [nt.] a shield.

kheṭaka : [nt.] a shield.

khetta : [nt.] field; plot of land; suitable place; a place where something is produced or found.

khettakamma : [nt.] work in the field.

khettagopaka : [m.] field watcher.

khettatūpama : [adj.] to be likened to a field.

khettasāmika : [m.] owner of a field.

khettājiva : [m.] cultivator; farmer.

khettūpama : [adj.] to be likened to a field.

kheda : [m.] regret; distress; affliction; despair.

khepa : [m.] a throw; casting; loss (of mind).

khepana : [nt.] passing of (time); wasting; annihilation.

khepita : [pp. of khepeti] spent; wasted.

khepeti : [khip + e] spends (time or wealth); causes to be wasted.

khepetvā : [abs. of kkepeti] having spent; having wasted.

khepenta : [pr.p. of khepeti] spending; wasting.

khepesi : [aor. of khepeti] spent (time or wealth); caused be wasted.

khema : [adj.] safe; calm; full of peace.

khemaṭṭhāna : [nt.] secure place; place of shelter.

khemappatta : [adj.] having attained tranquillity.

khemabhūmi : [f.] a peaceful place.

khemī : [m.] one who enjoys security.

khelāsika : [adj.] phlegm-eater; an abusive term.

kheḷa : [m.] saliva.

kheḷamallaka : [m.] a spittoon.

kho : [ind.] indeed; really; surely; (an enclictic particle of affirmative and emphasis).

khobha : [m.] shock; agitation.

khoma : [nt.] linen cloth. (adj.), flaxen.

khomadussa : [nt.] line cloth; name of a village in the Sākyan territory.

khomasukhuma : [nt.] fine cloth of flax.




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