Concise Pali-English Dictionary
A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera

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[prefix] prefix ā shortened before a double consonant e.g. ā + kosati = akkosati; a negative prefixed to nouns, adjectives; and participles; e.g. na + kusala = akusala; the augment prefixed to some roots in the Past and Conditional Tenses; e.g. akāsi. || ā (ind.), up to. (prep.) from; towards.

aṃsa [m.; nt.] 1. a part; a side; 2. shoulder.

aṃsakūṭa [nt.] shoulder.

aṃsabandhana [nt.] shoulder strap.

aṃsu [m.] ray of light; a fibre.

aṃsuka [nt.] cloth.

aṃsumālī [m.] the sun.

akaṅkhamāna [pr.p. of ākaṅkhati] wishing; desiring.

akaḍḍhati [ā + kaḍḍh + a] pulls; drags.

akaḍḍhi [aor. of akaḍḍhati] pulled; dragged.

akata [adj.] 1. not done; not made; 2. not artificial. || akaṭa (adj.) 1. not done; not made; 2. not artificial.

akataññu [adj.] ungrateful.

akatattā [ind.] because one has not done.

akanta [adj.] unpleasant.

akampiya [adj.] immovable; stable; firm.

akaraṇa [nt.] non-action.

akaraṇīya [pt.p. of] that should not be done; (nt.), improper action.

akari [aor.] did.

akaronta [pr.p.] not doing or performing.

akā [aor.] did.

akāca [adj.] flowless.

akāmaka [adj.] unwilling.

akāla [m.] inappropriate. (adj.), out of reason.

akāsi [aor. of karoti.] did, made, or performed.

akiñcana [adj.] having nothing.

akiṭila [adj.] straight; honest; not crooked.

akiranta [pr.p. of] pouring.

akiriya [nt.] non-action.

akiriyavāda [m.] the theory that therre is no after-death of action.

akilāsu [adj.] untiring; active.

akuṭila [adj.] straight; honest; not crooked.

akutobhaya [adj.] safe from every quarter.

akuppa [adj.] steadfast; unshakable.

akusala [nt.] demerit; sin; bad action. (adj.), unskilful.

akovida [adj.] not clever.

akka [m.] 1. the sun; 2. swallow-word plant.

akkanta [pp. of akkamati] 1. stepped upon; trodden; 2. subdued.

akkandati [ā + kand + a] wails, cries.

akkandana [nt.] wailing.

akkandi [aor. of akkandati] wailed, cried.

akkamati [ā + kam + a] steps or treads upon; subjugates.

akkamana [nt.] 1. stepping or treading upon; 2. subjugation.

akkami [aor. of akkamati] stepped; subjugated.

akkamma [abs.] having trodden upon.

akkuṭṭha [pp. of akkosati] abused; reviled; scolded.

akkocchi [aor. of akkosati] abused; reviled; scolded.

akkosa [m.] insult; abuse; reproach.

akkosaka [m.] one who insults.

akkosati [ā + kus + a] abuses; reviles; scolds.

akkosana [nt.] abuse.

akkosi [aor. of akkosati] abused; reviled; scolded.

akkositvā [abs. of akkosati] having abused; having reviled; having scolded.

akkha [nt.] sense organ. (m.), axle; dice; beleric myrobalan; a measurement equal to 20 grains. (akkha in the cpds. such as visālakkha, sahasakkha is from the stem akkhi = eye).

akkhaka [nt.] collar-bone.

akkhaṇa [m.] inappropriate time. || akkhaṇā (f.), a lightning.

akkhaṇavedhī [m.] an archer who shoots as quickly as lightning or shoots only to graze the object.

akkhata [adj.] unhurt; not wounded; faultless. || akkhāta (pp. of akkhāti), announced; told; declared.

akkhadassa [m.] a judge; an umpire.

akkhadhutta [adj.] addicted to gambling. (m.), gambler.

akkhaya [adj.] changeless; eternal; decayless. (nt.), the eternal peace.

akkhara [nt.] a letter; a syllable.

akkharaphalaka [m.] a board or slate to write on.

akkharasamaya [m.] the science of writing and reading.

akkhāti [ā + khā + a] announces; tells; declares.

akkhātu [m.] one who relates or preaches.

akkhāyī [m.] one who relates or preaches.

akkhāsi [aor. of akkhāti] announced; told; declared.

akkhi [nt.] eye.

akkhikūpa [m.] socket of the eye.

akkhitārā [f.] pupil of the eye.

akkhitta [adj.] not despised or thrown away.

akkhidala [nt.] eyelid.

akkhobha [adj.] imperturbable.

akkhobhinī [f.] 1. a number consisting of 42 ciphers; 2. an army of 109,350 soldiers, 65,610 horses, 21870 elephants and 21,870 war chariots.

akkhohinī [f.] a high numeral with 43 cyphers.

akhetta [nt.] unsuitable place.

agati [f.] 1. wrong course; 2. prejudice.

agada [nt.] medicine, drug.

agaru [adj.] not heavy; not troublesome. (m.), aloe wood.

agalu [m.] aloe wood.

agādha [adj.] 1. very deep; 2. supportless.

agāra [nt.] house; a dwelling place.

agārika [adj.; m.] lay man; householder. || āgārika (adj.), belonging to a house.

agāriya [adj.; m.] lay man; householder.

agga [adj.] the highest; the top-most. (m.), the end; the top. || añña (adj.) other; another; else. aññā (f.) perfect knowledge; arahantship.

aggañña [adj.] known as the highest or foremost.

aggatā [f.] pre-eminence. || aññāta (adj.), 1. (ā + ñāta:), known; understood; 2. (na + ñāta:) unknown; not recognised.

aggatta [nt.] pre-eminence.

aggaphala [nt.] 1. the first harvest of a cultivation; 2. supreme fruit of arahantship.

aggamagga [m.] the highest path of salvation. || aññamañña (adj.), mutual.

aggamahesī [f.] the queen-consort.

aggala [nt.] bolt; latch.

aggavādī [m.] the greastest teacher.

aggi [m.] fire.

aggikkhandha [m.] a great mass of fire.

aggiparicaraṇa [nt.] fire-worship.

aggisālā [f.] a heated room.

aggisikhā [f.] flame.

aggihutta [nt.] fire-sacrifice.

aggha [m.] price; value. (nt.), obligation made to a guest.

agghaka [adj.] (in cpds:), having the value of.

agghakāraka [m.] valuator; appraiser.

agghati [aggh + a] is worth; deserves.

agghanaka [adj.] (in cpds:), having the value of.

agghāpana [nt.] setting a price; valuation.

agghāpanaka [m.] valuator.

agghāpaniya [nt.] that which is to be valued.

agghi [aor. of agghati] deserved.

agghika [nt.] a post decorated with festoons.

agghiya [nt.] a post decorated with festoons; an abligation made to a guest.

agghīyati [v.] is esteemed.

agha [nt.] 1. the sky; 2. grief; pain; 3. sin; misfortune.

aṅka [m.] 1. the lap; 2. a mark; sign; 3. a numerical figure.

aṅkita [pp. of aṅketi] marked out; branded.

aṅkura [m.] a shoot; sprout; bud.

aṅkusa [m.] a pole with a hook used for plucking fruits or to guide an elephant.

aṅketi [aki + e] marks out; brands; puts a number on.

aṅketvā [abs. of aṅketi] having marked out; having branded.

aṅkesi [aor. of aṅketi] marked out; branded.

aṅkhubhana [nt.] stirring; agitation.

aṅga [nt.] 1. a constituent part; 2. a limb; 3. quality.

aṅgajāta [nt.] the male or female organ.

aṅgaṇa [nt.] 1. an open space; a court yard; 2. impurity of mind.

aṅgada [nt.; adj.] bracelet for arm.

aṅganā [f.] woman.

aṅgapaccaṅga [nt.] major and minor limbs.

aṅgarakapalla [m.] pan for holding cinders.

aṅgarakāsu [f.] a pit full of cinders.

aṅgarakkhaka [m.] bodyguard.

aṅgarāga [m.] a cosmetic to anoint the body with.

aṅgavijjā [f.] palmistry and other prognostications from the marks on the body.

aṅgāra [m.; nt.] charcoal; embers.

aṅgārakaṭāha [m.] pan for holding cinders.

aṅgāramaṃsa [nt.] meat roasted on cinders.

aṅgika [adj.] (in cpds:), consisting of so many parts; e.g. duvaṅgika = consisting of two parts.

aṅgīrasa [m.] the resplendent one; the Buddha.

aṅguṭṭha [m.] thumb; the great toe.

aṅgula [nt.] an inch; a finger-breadth. (adj.), (in cpds:) measuring so many inches.

aṅguli [f.] finger; toe.

aṅgulipabba [nt.] finger-joint.

aṅgulimuddā [f.] signet ring; finger-ring.

aṅgulīyaka [nt.] finger-ring.

aṅguleyyaka [nt.] finger-ring.

acapala [adj.] steadfast.

acala [adj.] not moving; unshakeable.

acalasaddhā [f.] unshakable faith.

acava [adj.] low. (Only in the combination uccāvaca). || ācaya (m.), accumulation.

acira [adj.] recent; new.

aciraṃ [adv.] recently; not long ago; before long.

acirapakkanta [adj.] recently departed.

acirappabhā [f.] lightning.

acetana [adj.] senseless; inorganic.

acela [adj.] void of cloth; naked.

acelaka [m.] naked ascetic.

accagamā [aor.] overcame.

accagā [pret. of ati + gam] he surpassed, overcame.

accanā [f.] 1. oblation; 2. respect; honour.

accanta [adj.] perpetual; absolute.

accantaṃ [adv.] perpetually; extremely; exceedingly.

accaya [m.] 1. fault; 2. lapse; 3. passing away. (accayena = after the lapse of).

accayena [adv.] by the elapse of.

accasarā [aor.] gave offence.

accādhāya [abs.] having placed one (leg) upon the other in a slightly changed position.

accāyika [adj.] urgent.

accāsanna [adj.] very near.

acci [f.] flame.

accita [pp. of acceti] honoured, esteemed.

accimantu [adj.] having flames; brilliant. (m.), fire.

accuggata [adj.] very high.

accuṇha [adj.] very hot. (m.), great heat.

accuta [adj.] everlasting; not passing away. (nt.), eternal peace.

accussanna [adj.] much abundant.

acceti [(1. ati + i + a); ( 2. acc + e)] 1. passes time; gets over. 2. honours; trespects.

accesi [aor. of acceti] passes time; gets over; respected.

accogāḷha [adj.] plunged into a great depth.

accodaka [nt.] too much water.

accha [adj.] clear; pure. (m.), a bear.

acchati [ās + a > sa > ccha] (ās + a; ā is shortened and sa changed to ccha), sits; remains; waits.

acchambhī [adj.] fearless; not frightened.

accharā [f.] 1. a nymph; 2. snapping of fingers; a short moment.

accharāsaṇghāta [m.] snapping of fingers.

accharāsadda [m.] sound of clapping hands.

acchariya [nt.] a marvel; wonder. (adj.), wonderful; marvellous.

acchādana [nt.] clothing. || acchādanā (f.), concealment.

acchādita [pp. of acchādeti] clothed; covered with.

acchādeti [ā + chad + e] clothes; covers with.

acchādesi [aor. of acchādeti] clothed; covered with.

acchi [aor. of acchati] sat; remained.

acchijja [abs. of acchindati] robbed; plundered; took by force; broke off.

acchindati [ā + chid + ṃ-a] 1. robs; plunders; takes by force; 2. breaks off.

acchindi [aor. of acchindati] robbed; plundered; took by force; broke off.

acchindīyati [v.] is plundered.

acchinna [aor. of acchindati] robbed; plundered; took by force; broke off.

acchecchi [aor. of chindati] broke away; cut out; destroyed.

acchejja [adj.] unbreakable; indestructible.

acchera [nt.] a marvel; wonder. (adj.), wonderful; marvellous.

aja [m.] goat. || ajā (f.) she-goat.

ajagara [m.] boa constrictor.

ajañña [adj.] impure; unclean. || ājañña (adj.), of good breed.

ajaddhuka : abstinebce.

ajaddhumārikā [f.] starvation.

ajapāla [m.] goatherd.

ajalaṇḍikā [f.] goats’ dung.

ajātasattu [m.] a born enemy; name of a king.

ajānana [nt.] ignorance. || ājānana (nt.), knowledge.

ajānanta [pr.p.] not knowing; ignorant of.

ajānamāna [pr.p.] not knowing; ignorant of.

ajānitvā [abs.] not knowing; being unaware of.

ajāniya [abs.] not knowing; being unaware of. || ājānīya (adj.), of good breed. (see ājañña.)

ajina [m.] a cheetah, i.e. a long limbed beast of cat family with tawny fur and black spots. (ptsd) gives the meaning “black antilope” but the Sinhalese term “andum diviyā” shows that it is a kind of leopard. nt. its hide.

ajinakkhipa [m.] a cloak made of cheetah’s hide.

ajinapattā [f.] a bat.

ajinappaveṇī [f.] a bed-sheet made of cheetah’s hide.

ajinayoni [f.] a kind of antelope.

ajinasāṭi [f.] a garment made of skin.

ajini [aor. of jināti] conquered.

ajimha [adj.] straight; not crooked.

ajira [nt.] court-yard.

ajī [f.] she-goat.

ajīraka [nt.] indigestion.

ajeyya [adj.] invincible.

ajja [ind.] today.

ajjatagge [adv.] henceforth; from this day forth.

ajjatana [adj.] modern; referring to today.

ajjava [m.; nt.] uprightness; straightness.

ajjācāra [m.] 1. transgression; wrong behaviour; 2. sexual intercourse.

ajjita [adj.] earned; hoarded; collected.

ajjuṇho [ind.] this day; this night.

ajjuna [m.] 1. the tree Pentapatera Arjuna; 2. name of a prince.

ajjupekkhi [aor. of ajjhupekkhati] neglected.

ajjhagamā [aor.] attained; understood.

ajjhagā [pret. of adhigacchati] came to; obtained; experienced.

ajjhatta [adj.] personal; connected with the self.

ajjhattaṃ [adv.] inwardly.

ajjhattika [adj.] personal; inward.

ajjhappatta [adj.] having fallen upon or approached unexpectedly.

ajjhabhāsati [adhi + ā + bhās + a] addresses; speaks.

ajjhabhāsi [aor. of ajjhabhāsati] addressed; spoke

ajjhayana [nt.] study; learning.

ajjhācarati [adhi + ā + car + a] transgresses; conducts against the rules.

ajjhācari [aor. of ajjhācarati] transgressed; conducted against the rules.

ajjhāciṇṇa [pp. of ajjhācarati] 1. much practised; 2. habitually done.

ajjhāpana [nt.] teaching; instruction.

ajjhāpanna [pp. of ajjhāpajjati] become guilty of an offence.

ajjhāya [m.] chapter.

ajjhāyaka [m.] an instructor; teacher.

ajjhāruhati [adhi + ā + ruh + a] rises up; climbs over.

ajjhāruhi [aor. of ajjhāruhati] rose up; climbed over.

ajjhārūḷha [pp. of ajjhāruhati] risen up; climbed over.

ajjhāvara [m.] a candidate.

ajjhāvasati [adhi + ā + vas + a] inhabits; dwells; settles down.

ajjhāvasi [aor. of ajjhāvasati] inhabited; dwelt; settled down.

ajjhāvasitvā [abs. of ajjhāvasati] having inhabited; having dwelt; having settled down.

ajjhāvuttha [pp. of ajjhāvasati] inhabited; occupied.

ajjhāsaya [m.] intention; disposition.

ajjhāsayatā [f.] (in cpds:) the fact of having the intention of.

ajjhiṭṭha [pp. of ajjhesati] requested; invited.

ajjhupagacchati [adhi + upa + gam + a] arrives; reaches; consents.

ajjhupagata [pp. of ajjhupagacchati] arrived; reached; consented.

ajjhupagamana [nt.] 1. arrival; 2. agreement; consent.

ajjhupāhari [aor.] ate or swallowed.

ajjhupekkhati [adhi + upa + ikkh + a] is indifferent; neglects.

ajjhupekkhana [nt.] indifference; negligence. || ajjhupekkhanā (f.), indifference; negligence.

ajjhupekkhi [aor. of ajjhupekkhati] was indifferent; neglected.

ajjhupeta [pp. of ajjhupeti] come near; approached.

ajjhupeti [adhi + upa + i + a] comes near; approaches.

ajjhupesi [aor. of ajjhupeti] came near; approached.

ajjhesati [adhi + isu + a] requests; invites.

ajjhesanā [f.] request; invitation.

ajjhesayi [aor. of ajjhesati] requested; inivited.

ajjhesita [pp. of ajjhesati] requested; inivited.

ajjhokāsa [m.] the open air.

ajjhokirati [adhi + ava + kir + a] scatters over.

ajjhogāḷha [pp. of ajjhogāhati] plunged into; entered; immersed.

ajjhogāhati [adhi + ava + gāh + a] plunges into; enters; immerses.

ajjhogāhi [aor. of ajjhogāhati] plunged into; entered; immersed.

ajjhotthaṭa [pp. of ajjhottharati] spread over; submerged with.

ajjhottharati [adhi + ava + thar + a] submerges; overpowers.

ajjhotthari [aor. of ajjhottharati] submerged; overpowered.

ajjhothari [aor. of ajjhottharati] submerged; overpowered.

ajjhosāna [nt.] attachment.

ajjhohaṭa [pp. of ajjhoharati] swallowed.

ajjhoharaṇa [nt.] swallowing; eating.

ajjhoharaṇīya [adj.] fit to be swallowed or eaten.

ajjhoharati [adhi + ava + har + a] swallows.

ajjhohari [aor. of ajjhoharati] swallowed.

ajjhohāra [m.] swallowing.

ajjhohāreti [v.] instills.

ajjhohita [pp.] crammed in (the mouth).

añjati [añju + a] anoints; applies collyrium.

añjana [nt.] collyrium (for the eyes).

añjanavaṇṇa [adj.] of the colour of collyrium, i.e. black.

añjanāḷi [f.] a tube for collyrium; toilet box.

añjanī [f.] a collyrium box or a brush to apply collyrium with.

añjali [f.] lifting of the folded hands as a token of reverence.

añjalikamma [nt.] the act of salutation.

añjalikaraṇīya [adj.] worthy of being honoured.

añjalipuṭa [m.] folded fingers, in order to retain something in.

añjasa [nt.] path; road.

añji [aor. of añjati] anointed.

añjita [pp. of añjeti or añjati] anointed with.

añjeti [añju + e] anoints with; applies collyrium.

añjesi [aor. of añjeti] anointed with; applied collyrium.

aññatama [adj.] one out of many; unknown.

aññatara [adj.] certain; not well-known.

aññatitthiya [m.] an adherent of another faith.

aññattha [adv.] elsewhere; somewhere else.

aññatra [adv.] elsewhere; somewhere else.

aññathatta [nt.] alteration; change of mind.

aññathā [adv.] otherwise; in a different way.

aññadatthu [ind.] 1. surely; 2. at any rate; 3. on the other hand.

aññadā [adv.] on another day; at another time.

aññamaññaṃ [adv.] one another; each other; mutually.

aññavihita [adj.] being occupied with something else; distracted.

aññāṇa [nt.] ignorance.

aññātaka [adj.] 1. not related by blood; 2. unknown; 3. not recognisable.

aññātakavesa [m.] disguise.

aññātāvī [m.] one who knows or has insight.

aññātu [m.] one who knows or has insight.

aññātukāma [adj.] desirous to know.

aññāya [abs.] having understood.

aññoñña [adj.] mutual.

aṭaṭa [m.] 1. name of a minor hell; 2. a high numeral. || ātata (nt.), a drum with one face.

aṭana [nt.] roaming about.

aṭani [f.] frame of a bed.

aṭavi [f.] forest.

aṭavimukha [nt.] outskirts of a forest.

aṭavisaṅkhobha [m.] an agitation among wild tribes.

aṭisevanta [pr.p. of paṭisevati] following; pursueing; practising; indulging in; using a medicine, etc.

aṭṭaka [m.] a high platform or scaffold for watchers workers.

aṭṭakāra [m.] a litigant.

aṭṭassara [m.] cry of distress.

aṭṭāna [nt.] a post incised with squares and used as a rubber by bathing people.

aṭṭita [pp. of ardayati] distressed; grieved; afflicted with.

aṭṭīyati [aṭṭ + ī + ya] is in trouble; is worried.

aṭṭīyana [nt.] dislike; disgust: loathing. || aṭṭīyanā (f.), dislike; disgust: loathing.

aṭṭīyi [aor. of aṭṭīyati] was in trouble; was worried.

aṭṭhaṃsa [adj.] octagonal.

aṭṭhaka [nt.] a group of eight.

aṭṭhaṅgika [adj.] having eight constituents.

aṭṭhapada [nt.] a chessboard.

aṭṭhama [adj.] the eighth.

aṭṭhamaka [adj.] the eighth.

aṭṭhamī [f.] the eighth day of the lunar month.

aṭṭhāna [nt.] 1. a wrong place or position; 2. an impossibility.

aṭṭhārasa [adj.] eighteen.

aṭṭhāsi [aor. of tiṭṭhati] stood; stayed.

aṭṭhikaṅkala [m.] the skeleton.

aṭṭhikalyāṇa [nt.] beauty of teeth.

aṭṭhimaya [adj.] made of bone.

aṭṭhimiñjā [f.] marrow of the bone.

aṭṭhisaṅkalikā [f.] the skeleton.

aṭṭhisaṅghāṭa [m.] the skeleton.

aṭṭhīkatvā [abs.] having much attention; being interested.

aḍḍhatā [f.] opulence.

aḍḍhatiya [adj.] consisting of two and a half.

aḍḍhateyya [adj.] consisting of two and a half.

aḍḍhadaṇḍaka [n.] one half of a stick which is split into two; a short stick.

aḍḍhayoga [m.] a kind of house which has a roof in the shape of an eagle’s wing.

aḍḍharatta [nt.] midnight.

aḍḍhuḍḍha [m.] three and a half.

aḍḍhullikhita [adj.] half-combed.

aṇāpaka [m.] one who commands or issues orders.

aṇu [m.] a very small particle; an atom. (adj.), minute; subtle; atomic.

aṇumatta [adj.] of very small size; tiny.

aṇusahagata [adj.] having a residium.

aṇḍa [nt.] 1. an egg; 2. the testicles.

aṇḍaka [nt.] 1. an egg; 2. the testicles.

aṇḍaja [adj.] oviparous; born of an egg. (m.), a bird; a serpent.

aṇḍūpaka [nt.] 1. a coil; 2. a pad for keeping something on.

aṇṇa [m.] water.

aṇṇava [m.] ocean.

ataccha [adj.] false. (nt.), falsehood.

atandita [adj.] not lazy; active.

atandī [adj.] not lazy; active.

atappiya [adj.] not satiable.

ataramāna [pr.p. of] being unhurried.

ati [prefix] a prefix giving the meanings: up to, over, gone beyond, excess, etc.

atikaṭuka [adj.] very severe.

atikaḍḍhati [ati + kaḍḍh + a] pulls too hard; troubles.

atikaḍḍhi [aor. of atikaḍḍhati] pulled too hard; troubled.

atikara [adj.] over-acting.

atikkanta [pp. of atikkamati] went beyond; passed over; overcame; surpassed.

atikkama [m.] going over; passing beyond; transgression.

atikkamati [ati + kam + a] goes beyond; passes over; overcomes; surpasses.

atikkami [aor. of atikkamati] went beyond; passed over; overcame; surpassed.

atikhiṇa [adj.] blunt. || atikhīṇa (adj.), 1. much exhausted; much wasted; 2. shot from (a bow).

atikhippaṃ [adv.] too soon.

atiga [adj.] (=atigata, pp. of atigacchati), gone over; surmounted.

atigacchati [ati + gam + a] overcomes; surpasses; surmounts.

atigacchi [aor. of atigacchati] overcame; surpassed; surmounted.

atigāḷha [adj.] intensive; very tight.

atighora [adj.] terrible; very fierce.

aticarati [ati + car + a] transgresses; commits adultery.

aticari [aor. of aticarati] transgressed; commited adultery. || aticārī (m.), 1. transgressor; 2. adulterer.

aticariyā [f.] 1. transgression; 2. adultery.

aticārini [f.] an adulteress.

aticca [abs.] having passed beyond; having overcome.

atichatta [nt.] an extraordinary sunshade.

atitta [adj.] unsatisfied.

atittarūpa [adj.] not being satisfied.

atittha [nt.] an unsuitable place, way or manner.

atithi [m.] a guest; stranger.

atidāruṇa [adj.] horrible; very cruel.

atidivā [ind.] late in the day.

atidisati [ati + dis +a] points out; explains.

atidūra [nt.] a great distance. (adj.), too far; very distant.

atideva [m.] a super god.

atidhamati [ati + dham + a] beats a drum too often or too loud.

atidhami [aor. of atidhamati] beat a drum too often or too loud.

atidhāvati [ati + dhāv + a] runs fast; passes over the limits.

atidhāvi [aor. of atidhāvati] ran fast; passed over the limits.

atidhonacārī [adj.] one who indulges too much in food, clothes, etc.

atināmeti [ati + nam + e] passes time.

atināmesi [aor. of atināmeti] passed time.

atipaṇḍita [adj.] too clever.

atipapañca [m.] much delay.

atipassati [ati + dis + a] sees clearly.

atipassi [aor. of atipassati] saw clearly.

atipāta [m.] slaying; killing.

atipātī [m.] slayer; destroyer.

atipāteti [ati + pat +e] destroys; kills.

atipātesi [aor. of atipāteti] destroyed; killed.

atippageva [ind.] very early.

atippago [ind.] very early.

atibahala [adj.] very thick.

atibāḷhaṃ [adv.] too much.

atibāheti [ati + vah + e] drives away; pulls out.

atibāhesi [aor. of atibāheti] drove away; pulled out.

atibrahma [m.] a superior brahma.

atibhaginī [f.] much beloved sister.

atibhavi [aor. of atibhoti] exceled; overcame.

atibhāra [m.] too heavy a load.

atibhāriya [adj.] too heavy; very serious.

atibhoti [ati + bhū + a] excels; overcomes.

atimaññati [ati + man + ya] despises.

atimaññanā [f.] arrogance; contempt.

atimaññi [aor. of atimaññati] despised.

atimatta [adj.] too much.

atimanāpa [adj.] very lovely; much beloved.

atimahanta [adj.] immense; enormous.

atimāna [m.] pride; arrogance.

atimānī [m.] one who is proud.

atimukhara [adj.] very talkative.

atimuttaka [m.] name of a monk; the plant Guertnera Racemosa.

atiyācanā [f.] begging too much.

atiyāti [ati + yā + a] overcomes; excels.

atiyāyi [aor. of atiyāti] overcame; exceled.

atiriccati [ati + ric + ya] to be left over; remains.

atiricci [aor. of atiriccati] remained.

atiritta [pp. of atiriccati] left over; remaining.

atiriva [ind.] excessively; very much.

atireka [adj.] surplus; extra; exceeding.

atirekaṃ [adv.] excessively; very much.

atirekataraṃ [adv.] excessively; very much.

atirekatā [f.] excessiveness

atirocati [ati + ruc + a] outshines; surpasses in splendour.

atiroci [aor. of atirocati] outshined; urpassed in splendour.

atiluddha [adj.] very miserly; stringent.

ativatesi [aor. of ativatteti] overcame.

ativatta [adj.] surpassed; overcome.

ativattati [ati + vat + a] passes over; goes beyond.

ativattana [nt.] over-coming.

ativatteti [ati + vat + e] overcomes.

ativassati [ati + vass + a] rains down on or into.

ativassi [aor. of ativassati] rained down on or into.

ativākya [nt.] abuse; reproach.

ativāhaka [adj.] one who carries a burden; a guide.

ativijjhati [ati + vidh + ya] sees through.

ativijjhi [aor. of ativijjhati] saw through.

ativiya [ind.] very much.

ativuṭṭha [pp. of ativassati] rained down on or into.

ativuṭṭhi [f.] excess of rain.

ativelaṃ [adv.] a protracted time.

atisaya [m.] abundance.

atisayena [adv.] exceedingly.

atisarati [ati + sar + a] goes beyond the limits; transgresses.

atisari [aor. of atisarati] went beyond the limits; transgressed.

atisāyaṃ [adv.] late in the evening.

atisāra [m.] 1. overstepping; 2. dysentery.

atisuṇa [m.] rabid dog.

atisundara [adj.] excellent.

atiharati [ati + har + a] 1. carries over; 2. brings.

atihari [aor. of atiharati] carried; brought.

atīta [adj.] past; gone by. (m.), the past.

atīva [ind.] very much.

ato [ind.] hence; therefore.

atta [m.] soul; oneself. || aṭṭa (nt.) 1. lawsuit; 2. watch tower; 3. a scaffold for workers. (adj.) (from aṭṭita:) grieved; afflicted.

attakāma [m.] love of self.

attakilamatha [m.] self-mortification.

attagutta [adj.] self-guarded.

attagutti [f.] self-care.

attaghañña [nt.] self-destruction.

attaja [adj.] proceeding from oneself. (m.), a son.

attadattha [m.] one’s own welfare.

attadanta [adj.] self-restrained.

attadiṭṭhi [f.] speculation about the soul.

attadīpa [adj.] relying on oneself.

attaniya [adj.] belonging to the self.

attantapa [adj.] self-mortifying.

attapaccakkha [adj.] self-witnessed.

attapaṭilābha [m.] acquisition of a personality.

attabhāva [m.] personality; individuality.

attamana [adj.] delighted; glad.

attamanatā [f.] joy; pleasure.

attavadha [m.] self-destruction; suicide.

attavāda [m.] the theory of soul.

attasambhava [adj.] originating from one’s self.

attahita [nt.] personal welfare.

attahetu [ind.] for one’s own sake.

attāṇa [adj.] without protection.

attmanatā [f.] joy; pleasure.

attha [m.] welfare; gain; wealth; need; want; use; meaning; destruction. (attha pres. 2nd plu. of atthi.) || aṭṭha (adj.) eight.

atthaṃ carati : works for welfare.

atthakathā [f.] explanation; exposition; a commentary. || aṭṭhakathā (f.), a commentary; explanation of meaning.

atthakara [adj.] beneficial.

atthakāma [adj.] well-wishing.

atthakusala [adj.] clever in finding what is beneficial; clever in exposition.

atthakkhāyī [adj.] showing what is profitable.

atthagama [m.] setting down; extinction.

atthaṅgama [m.] setting down.

atthacara [adj.] doing good; busy in the interest of others.

atthacariyā [f.] doing good.

atthaññū [adj.] one who knows the meaning or what is good.

atthata [pp. of attharati] spread over with.

atthadassī [adj.] intent upon the good.

atthabhañjaka [adj.] destroying the welfare.

atthara [m.] a rug; a carpet. || atthāra (m.), spreading out.

attharaka [m.] one who spreads over. || atthāraka (m.), one who spreads out.

attharaṇa [nt.] a covering; a bed-sheet.

attharati [ā + thar + a] spreads; lays out.

attharāpeti [caus. of attharati] causes to be spread.

atthari [aor. of attharati] spread; laid out.

atthavasa [m.] reason; use.

atthavādī [m.] one who speaks good.

atthāya [dat. of attha] for the sake of, Kilamatthāya = what for?

atthi [as + a + ti] to be; to exist. || aṭṭhi (nt.) 1. bone; 2. a hard seed. atthī (adj.) desirous of; seeking for.

atthika [adj.] desirous of; seeking for.

atthitā [f.] existence; the fact of being present. || aṭṭhita (adj.), not steadfast.

atthibhāva [m.] existence; the fact of being present.

atthiya [adj.] desirous of; seeking for.

atthu [imper. of atthi] be it so.

atra [adv.] here.

atraja [adj.] born from oneself. (m.), a son. || atrajā (f.) a daughter.

atriccha [adj.] very greedy. || atricchā (f.) excessive greed.

atricchatā [f.] excessive greed.

atha [ind.] then; and also.

atha ca pana [ind.] and yet.

atha vā [ind.] or.

atho [ind.] then; and also.

adaka [adj.] eater.

adati [ad + a] eats. || ādāti (ā + dā + a), takes; grasps.

adadi [aor. of dadāti] gave; offered; allowed; granted; handed over.

adana [nt.; m.] boiled rice. (nt.), eating. || ādāna (nt.), taking up; grasping.

adassana [nt.] absence; disappearance.

adā [pret. of dadāti] he gave. || ādā (abs. of ādāti), having taken.

adāsi [aor. of deti] gave. See dadāti

adi [aor. of adati] ate. || ādi (m.), starting point; beginning. (adj.), first; beginning with. (nt.), and so on; so forth.

adiṭṭha [adj.] not seen.

adinna [adj.] not seen. || ādinna (pp. of ādāti), taken; grasped.

adinnādāna [nt.] theft.

adissamāna [adj.] not visible.

adu [nt.] (of amu), such and such a thing. || ādu (ind.), or; but.

aduṭṭhacitta [adj.] pure in heart.

adutiya [adj.] without a companion.

adurāgata [nt.] nto unwelcome or not a bad coming.

adūbhaka [adj.] not treacherous.

adda [adj.] moist; green.

addaka [nt.] fresh ginger.

addakkhi [aor of dakkhati] saw.

addasa [pret. of dakkhati] he saw || addasā (pret. of dakkhati), he saw.

addi [m.] mountain.

addita [pp.] afflicted; oppressed with.

addha [m.] a half. || aḍḍha (adj.) 1. opulent; wealthy. (m.) a half. addhā (ind.) indeed; certainly. (m.) 1. path; 2. time.

addhagata [adj.] one who has traversed the span of life.

addhagū [m.] traveller.

addhagghanaka [adj.] having the worth of a half kahāpaṇa.

addhaniya [adj.] fit for travelling; lasting a long period.

addhamāsa [m.] fortnight. || aḍḍhamāsa (m.), a fortnight.

addhāna [nt.] a long path, time, or journey; highroad.

addhānamagga [m.] a long path; high road.

addhika [m.] traveller; wayfarer.

addhuva [adj.] unstable; impermanent.

advejjha [adj.] doubtless; uncontradictory.

adhana [adj.] poor. || ādhāna (nt.), 1. laying; 2. receptacle; 3. a hedge.

adhama [adj.] mean; low; ignoble.

adhamma [m.] 1. misconduct; 2. false doctrine.

adhammacārī [adj.] unrighteous.

adhara [m.] the lip. (adj.), lower. || ādhāra (m.), a container; receptacle; holder; basis; support; stand.

adhi [prep.] up to; over; on; above.

adhika [adj.] exceeding; superior.

adhikata [adj.] commissioned with; caused by.

adhikatara [adj.] much exceeding.

adhikatarussāha [m.] utmost care.

adhikaraṇa [nt.] law-suit.

adhikaraṇaṃ [adv.] in consequence of; because of; for the sake of.

adhikaraṇasamatha [m.] settling of a dispute or a lawsuit.

adhikaraṇika [m.] a judge.

adhikaraṇī [f.] a smith’s anvil.

adhikāra [m.] 1. management; 2. office; 3. aspiration.

adhikoṭṭana [nt.] executioner’s or butcher’s block.

adhigacchati [adhi + gam + a] attains; obtains; understands.

adhigacchi [aor. of adhigacchati] attained; obtained; understood.

adhigacchissa [v.] (he) would have attained.

adhigaccheyya [v.] (he) would attain or get.

adhigaṇhāti [adhi + gah + ṇhā] surpasses; possesses; overpowers.

adhigaṇhi [aor. of adhigaṇhāti] surpassed; possessed; overpowered.

adhigata [pp. of adhigacchati] attained; obtained; understood.

adhigama [m.] attainment; knowledge.

adhigameti [adhi + gam + e] attains; obtains; understands.

adhigahita [pp. of adhigaṇhāti] surpassed; possessed; overpowered.

adhicitta [nt.] 1. higher thought; 2. concentration of mind.

adhicca [abs. of adhīyati] having learnt or recited.

adhiccasamuppanna [adj.] arisen without a cause; spontaneous.

adhiṭṭhahati [adhi + ṭhā + a] stands firmly; determines; fixes one’s attention on.

adhiṭṭhahi [aor. of adhiṭṭhahati] stood firmly; determined; fixed one’s attention.

adhiṭṭhātabba [pt.p.] fit to be determined.

adhiṭṭhāti [adhi + ṭhā + a] stands firmly; determines; fixes one’s attention on.

adhiṭṭhāna [ger.; nt.] decision; resolution; determination.

adhiṭṭhāya [abs. of adhiṭṭhāti] having stood firmly; having determined; having fixed one’s attention.

adhiṭṭhāyaka [adj.] superintending; looking after. (m.), a superintendent.

adhiṭṭhāsi [aor. of adhiṭṭhāti] stood firmly; determined; fixed one’s attention.

adhiṭṭhita [pp. of adhiṭṭhāti] determined; undertaken.

adhipa [m.] lord; master; ruler.

adhipaññā [f.] higher wisdom.

adhipatana [nt.] 1. attack; 2. falling upon; 3. hopping.

adhipati [m.] lord; master; ruler.

adhipanna [adj.] afflicted with; gone into.

adhipāta [m.] destruction.

adhipātaka [m.] a moth; grasshopper.

adhipātikā [f.] a flea.

adhipāteti [adhi + pat +e] destroys; demolishes.

adhippāya [m.] intention.

adhippeta [pp.] meant; intended; desired.

adhibhavati [adhi + bhū + a] overpowers.

adhibhavi [aor. of adhibhavati] overpowered.

adhibhūta [pp. of adhibhavati] overpowered.

adhimatta [adj.] exceeding; too much. || adhimattā (f.) excess; super-abundance.

adhimāna [m.] undue estimate of oneself.

adhimānika [adj.] one who thinks that he has attained some supernatural knowledge not actually being so.

adhimuccati [adhi + muc + ya] attaches or inclines towards; possesses by a spirit.

adhimuccana [nt.] 1. making up one’s mind; 2. possession by a spirit.

adhimucci [aor. of adhimuccati] attached or inclined towards; possessed by a spirit.

adhimucchita [pp. of adhimucchati] infatuated.

adhimutta [pp. of adhimuccati] was intent upon; inclined to.

adhimutti [f.] resolve; disposition.

adhimuttika [adj.] bent on; attached to.

adhimokkha [m.] firm resolve; determination.

adhirāja [m.] emperor.

adhirohanī [f.] a ladder.

adhivacana [nt.] a term; designation.

adhivattati [adhi + vat + a] overpowers.

adhivatti [aor. of adhivattati] overpowered.

adhivattha [adj.] inhabiting; living in.

adhivasati [adhi + vas + a] inhabits; lives in.

adhivasi [aor. of adhivasati] inhabited; lived in.

adhivāsaka [adj.] enduring; patient.

adhivāsanā [f.] endurance; forbearance.

adhivāseti [adhi + vas + e] endures; waits for.

adhivāsesi [aor. of adhivāseti] endured; waited for.

adhivuttha [pp. of adhivasati] inhabited; lived in.

adhisayita [pp. of adhiseti] lied on.

adhisīla [nt.] higher morality.

adhiseti [adhi + si + e] lies on.

adhisesi [aor. of adhiseti] lied on.

adhīta [pp. of adhīyati] studied; learnt by heart.

adhīna [adj.] dependent; belonging to.

adhīyati [adhi + ī + ya] studies; learns by heart.

adhīyi [aor. of adhīyi] studied; learnt by heart.

adhunā [adv.] now; recently; newly.

adhuva [adj.] inconstant.

adho [ind.] under; below.

adhokata [adj.] lowered; turned down.

adhogama [adj.] going downward.

adhobhāga [m.] the lower part.

adhomukha [adj.] bent over; with face cast down; turned upside down.

anagāriya [nt.] homelessness.

anaṅgaṇa [adj.] passionless; blameless.

anacchariya [adj.] not wonderful; simple.

anajjhiṭṭha [adj.] unasked for; being not invited.

anaṇa [adj.] free of debt.

anatta [adj.] soul-less. (m.), non-ego.

anattamana [adj.] displeased; irritated.

anattha [m.] 1. harm; 2. misfortune.

anadhivara [m.] the Blessed One.

ananucchavika [adj.] improper; not befitting; inappropriate.

ananubhodha [m.] not understanding.

ananta [adj.] endless; limitless; infinite.

anantara [adj.] next; adjoining; immediately following.

anantaraṃ [adv.] after that.

anapāyinī [f.] which does not leave; not deserting.

anapekkha [adj.] without expectance.

anappaka [adj.] much; many; not trifling.

anabhāva [(anu + abhāva), m.] utter cessation. *ana + bhāva (given in ptsd.) is not correct.

anabhirata [adj.] not taking delight in.

anabhirati [f.] discontent; dissatisfaction; melancholy.

anamatagga [adj.] one whose beginning is unknown.

anaya [m.] misfortune.

anariya [adj.] ignoble; vulgar.

anala [m.] fire.

analaṅkata [adj.] 1. dissatisfied; 2. not decorated.

anavaṭṭhita [adj.] unsettled; unsteady.

anavaya [adj.] not lacking; complete.

anavarata [adj.] constant.

anavarataṃ [adv.] constantly; continually.

anavasesa [adj.] without any remainder; complete.

anavasesaṃ [adv.] fully; completely.

anasana [adj.] having no consolation.

anassava [adj.] disobedient.

anākula [adj.] not confused or entangled.

anāgata [adj.] not come yet. (m.), the future.

anāgamana [nt.] not coming.

anāgāmī [m.] one who does not return, i.e. the person who has attained the 3rd Path.

anācāra [m.] misconduct; immorality.

anātha [adj.] miserable; helpless; destitute.

anādara [m.] disrespect. (adj.), disrespectful.

anādariya [nt.] disregard.

anādā [abs. of na + ādāti] without taking.

anādāya [abs. of na + ādāti] without taking.

anādiyitvā [abs.] not heeding; not taking up.

anāpucchā [abs.] without asking or permission.

anāmaṭṭha [adj.] not touched.

anāmaya [adj.] free from illness.

anāmasita [adj.] not touched.

anāyatana [nt.] improper place.

anāyāsa [adj.] free from trouble.

anāyāsasena [adv.] easily.

anāyūhana [nt.] non-exertion.

anāyūhanta [pt.p.] not exerting.

anārambha [adj.] free from turmoil.

anālaya [adj.] free from attachment. (m.), aversion.

anāḷhika [adj.] poor; one who does not possess even a measure of rice.

anāvattī [m.] one who does not return.

anāvaraṇa [adj.] open; without any obstacle.

anāvāṭa [adj.] open; not shut.

anāvila [adj.] undisturbed; clean.

anāvuttha [adj.] not dwelt in.

anāsakatta [nt.] fasting.

anāsava [adj.] free from intoxicants; passionless.

aniketa [adj.] without an abode.

anikkasāva [adj.] not free from impurity of mind.

anigha [adj.] free from trouble. || anīgha (adj.) free from trouble.

anicca [adj.] not stable; impermanent.

aniccato [ind.] as impermanent.

anicchanta [pr.p.] unwilling.

anicchamāna [pr.p.] unwilling.

anicchā [f.] disliking; dispassion.

aniñjana [nt.] immobility.

aniñjita [adj.] unshaken; undisturbed.

aniṭṭha [adj.] unpleasant; not agreeable.

aniṭṭhita [adj.] unfinished; not completed.

anindita [adj.] blameless; not reviled.

anindiya [adj.] deserving no contempt.

anibbisanta [pr.p.] not finding out.

animisa [adj.] unwinking.

aniyata [adj.] uncertain; not settled.

anila [m.] wind.

anilapatha [m.] the sky.

anilaloddhuta [adj.] shaken by the wind.

anivattana [nt.] non-stoppage.

anisammakārī [adj.] not acting considerately; hasty.

anissara [adj.] having no power or influence.

anīka [nt.] an army.

anīkagga [nt.] array of an army.

anīkaṭṭha [m.] a royal body-guard.

anītika [adj.] free from injury or harm.

anītiha [adj.] not based on hearsay; known by oneself.

anukaṅkhī [adj.] longing for.

anukata [pp. of anukaroti] imitated; repeated some action.

anukantati [anu + kant + a] cuts into; shears.

anukanti [aor. of anukantati] cut into; sheared.

anukampaṃ upādāya : out of pity.

anukampaka [adj.] compassionate; one who has pity.

anukampati [anu + kamp + a] has pity on.

anukampana [nt.] compassion; pity.

anukampā [f.] compassion; pity.

anukampi [aor. of anukampati] had pity on. || anukampī (adj.), compassionate; one who has pity.

anukampita [pp. of anukampati] pitied by.

anukaraṇa [ger.] imitation.

anukari [aor. of anukaroti] imitated; repeated some action. || anukārī (3.), imitator.

anukaroti [anu + kar + o] imitates; repeats some action. || anukaroti = anukubbati.

anukāra [m.] imitation.

anukiṇṇa [pp. of anukirati] strewn with.

anukubanta [pr.p. of anukaroti] imitating.

anukubbati : imitates; repeats some action.

anukūla [adj.] favourable; agreeable.

anukūlabhāva [m.] complaisance.

anukūlavāta [m.] favourable wind.

anukkama [m.] order; succession.

anukkamati [v.] follows.

anukkamena [adv.] gradually; by degrees; in order; in due course.

anukhuddaka [adj.] minor; less important.

anuga [adj.] following; followed by.

anugacchati [anu + gam + a] follows; goes after.

anugacchi [aor. of anugacchati] followed; went after.

anugata [pp. of anugacchati] accompanied by; gone into.

anugati [f.] following after; adherence to.

anugantabba [pt.p. of anugacchati] would follow; would go after.

anugantuṃ [inf. of anugacchati] to follow; to go after.

anugama [m.] following after.

anugamana [m.] following after.

anugāmika [adj.] going along with; a follower.

anugāmī [nt.] along with; a follower.

anugāhati [anu + gāh + a] plunges into; enters.

anugāhi [aor. of anugāhati] plunged into; entered.

anugijjhati [anu + gidh + a] covets.

anugijjhi [aor. of anugijjhati] coveted.

anugiddha [pp. of anugijjhati] covetous; greedy.

anuggaṇhana [m.] favour; help; assistance.

anuggaṇhāti [anu + gah + ṇhā] helps; has pity on.

anuggaṇhi [aor. of anuggaṇhāti] helped; had pity on.

anuggaha [nt.] favour; help; assistance.

anuggahita [pp. of anuggaṇhāti] commiserated; helped.

anuggāhaka [3] helper; a patron.

anuggiranta [pr.p.] not uttering; not speaking.

anugghāṭeti [anu + u + ghaṭ + e] opens; unfastens. *ptsd. gives an opposite meaning after showing its construction as: “an + ugghāṭeti.”

anucaṅkamati [anu + kam + a] follows one who is walking up and down.

anucaṅkami [aor. of anucaṅkamati] follwed one who is walking up and down.

anucara [m.] a follower; attendant.

anucaraṇa [nt.] practising of; performance.

anucarati [anu + car + a] follows; practises.

anucari [aor. of anucarati] followed; practised.

anucarita [pp. of anucarati] accompanied by; pervaded with; practised.

anuciṇṇa [pp. of anucarati] practised; attained; acquainted with.

anucita [(na + ucita), adj.] improper; not befitting.

anucināti [anu + ci + nā] collects or practises.

anucini [aor. of anucināti] collocted or practised.

anucinteti [anu + cit + e] thinks upon; considers.

anucintesi [aor. of anucinteti] thought upon; considered.

anuccārita [adj.] not uttered or raised up.

anucciṭṭha [adj.] untouched; (food) that is not left over.

anucchavika [adj.] suitable; proper; befitting.

anuja [m.] brother. || anujā (f.) sister.

anujāta [adj.] born after or resembling (one’s father).

anujānāti [anu + ñā + nā] allows; gives permission.

anujāni [aor. of anujānāti] allowed; gave permission.

anujīvati [anu + jīv + a] subsists by.

anujīvi [aor. of anujīvati] subsisted by. || anujīvī (3.) a dependent person.

anuju [adj.] not straight; crooked.

anuññā [f.] sanction; permission.

anuññāta [pp. of anujānāti] allowed; permitted; sanctioned.

anuṭṭhahanta [adj.] One who does not rouse himself; inactive (person).

anuṭṭhahāna [adj.] One who does not rouse himself; inactive (person).

anuṭṭhātu [adj.] One who does not rouse himself; inactive (person).

anuṭṭhāna [nt.] inactivity. (adj.), not getting up.

anuṭṭhita [adj.] 1. not risen up. 2. done.

anuḍahana [nt.] burning.

anutappati [anu + tap + ya] repents; regrets.

anutappi [aor. of anutappati] repented; regreted.

anutā [m.] remorse; anguish.

anutāpa [m.] remouse; anguish.

anutiṭṭhati [anu + ṭhā + a] 1. stands near by; 2. agrees.

anutīra [nt.] neighbourhood of a bank or shore.

anutīraṃ [adv.] along the bank or shore.

anuttara [adj.] incomparable; unsurpassed.

anuttariya [nt.] superiority; excellency.

anuttāna [adj.] 1. not shallow; deep; 2. obscure.

anutthunana [nt.] murmur; wailing; lamentation.

anutthunanta [pr.p. of anutthunāti] would moan; would lament.

anutthunāti [anu + thu + nā] moans; laments; bewails.

anutrāsī [3] one who does not fear.

anudadāti [anu + dā + a] grants; concedes.

anudahati [anu + dah + a] burns over; consumes. || anuḍahati (anu + dah + a) burns over; consumes.

anudahi [aor. of anudahati] burnt over; consumed. || anuḍahi (aor. of anuḍahati) burnt over; consumed.

anudisā [f.] an intermediate direction.

anuddayā [f.] compassion; pity.

anuddiṭṭha [adj.] not pointed out; not uttered.

anuddhata [adj.] uninflated. || anuddhaṭa (adj.), not pulled out; not destroyed.

anudhamma [m.] conformity with the Law.

anudhāvati [anu + dhāv + a] runs after.

anudhāvi [aor.] ran after.

anunaya [m.] friendliness.

anunāsika [adj.] nasal.

anuneti [anu + nī = e] conciliates; appeases.

anunetu [m.] one who reconciled.

anupa [m.] watery land.

anupakkuṭṭha [adj.] blameless; irreproachable.

anupakhajja [abs.] having encroached or intruded.

anupaghāta [m.] non-injury; humanity; non-violence.

anupacita [adj.] not accumulated.

anupacchinna [adj.] continued; proceeding without cessation.

anupaññatti [f.] a supplementary regulation.

anupaṭipāṭi [f.] succession.

anupaṭṭhita [adj.] no present; not arrived.

anupatati [anu + pat + a] falls upon; befalls.

anupatita [pp. of anupatati] affected with; oppressed by.

anupatti [f.] attainment.

anupadaṃ [adv.] 1. word-by-word; 2. close behind.

anupaddava [adj.] free from danger.

anupadhāretvā [abs.] having disregarded; without consideration.

anupabbajati [anu + pa + vaj + a] gives up worldly life in imitation of another.

anupameya [adj.] incomparable.

anuparigacchati [anu + pari + gam + a] goes round about.

anuparigacchi [aor.] went round about.

anuparidhāvati [anu + pari + dhāv + a] runs up and down or around.

anuparidhāvi [aor.] ran up and down or around.

anupariyāti [anu + pari + yā + a] goes round about.

anupariyāyi [aor.] went round about.

anuparivattati [anu + pari + vat + a] move round and round; keep on rolling.

anuparivattana [nt.] rolling after evolving.

anuparivatti [aor.] moved round and round; kept on rolling.

anupalitta [adj.] free from taint; not smeared with.

anupavajja [adj.] blameless.

anupavatteti [anu + pa + vat + e] continues rolling; wield power in succession.

anupavattesi [aor.] continued rolling; wielded power in succession.

anupaviṭṭha [pp.] continued rolling; wielded power in succession.

anupavisati [anu + pa + vis + a] goes into; enters.

anupavisi [aor.] went into; entered.

anupasampanna [adj.] one who has not yet received the full ordination or upasampadā.

anupassaka [adj.] observer; one who contemplates.

anupassati [anu + dis + a] observes; contemplates.

anupassanā [f.] 1. consideration; 2. realisation.

anupassi [aor. of anupassati] observed; contemplated. || anupassī (adj.), observer; one who contemplates.

anupahacca [na + upa + han + ya] without wounding or troubling.

anupahata [m.] attack in speech.

anupāṭiyā [adj.] not present; not arrived.

anupāta [m.] attack in speech.

anupātī [3] one who attacks or follows.

anupādā [abs.] without grasping.

anupādāna [adj.] 1. unattached; 2. fuelless.

anupādāya [abs.] without grasping.

anupādisesa [adj.] without any substratum.

anupāpuṇāti [anu + pa + ap + unā] reaches; attains.

anupāpuṇi [aor. of anupāpuṇāti] reached; attained.

anupāpeti [nu + pa + ap + e] causes ( or makes one) to conduct or lead.

anupāpesi [aor. of anupāpeti] conducted or leaded.

anupāya [m.] wrong means.

anupāyāsa [adj.] sorrowless; serene.

anupālaka [adj.] guarding; protecting. (m.), a protector.

anupālana [nt.] maintenance; protection.

anupāleti [anu + pāl + e] maintains; safeguards.

anupālesi [aor. of anupāleti] maintained; safeguarded.

anupucchati [anu + pucch + a] inquires after.

anupucchi [aor.] inquired after.

anupuṭṭha [pp. of anupucchati] being asked or questioned.

anupubba [adj.] successive; gradual.

anupubbaṃ [adv.] gradually; by and by.

anupubbatā [f.] graduation; succession.

anupubbena [adv.] gradually; by and by.

anupekkhati [anu + upa + ikkh + a] considers carefully.

anupekkhanā [f.] consideration.

anupekkhi [aor. of anupekkhati] considered carefully.

anupesi [aor. of anupeseti] sent forth after.

anupeseti [anu + pes + e] sends forth after. (f.), consideration.

anuposiya [adj.] be nourished or fostered.

anuppatta [pp.of anupāpuṇāti] reached; attained.

anuppatti [na + uppatti f.] arrival; attainment; cessation of rebirth.

anuppadāti [anu + pa + dā + a] gives out; hands over.

anuppadātu [m.] a giver; one who bestows.

anuppadāna [nt.] giving; handing over.

anuppadinna [pp. of anuppadāti] given; handed over.

anuppadiyamāna [pr.p. of] being given.

anuppadeti [anu + pa + dā + e] gives out; hands over.

anuppanna [adj.] not born; not arisen.

anuppabandha [m.] continuance.

anuppabandhanā [f.] contnuance.

anuppharaṇa [nt.] pervasion; flashing through.

anubaddha [pp. of anubadhati] connected with; followed by.

anubandha [m.] bond.

anubandhati [anu +badh + ṃ-a] pursues to follow; connects.

anubandhana [nt.] 1. connection; 2. chasing; 3. following.

anubandhamāna [pr.p.] following; chasing.

anubandhi [aor. of anubandhati] pursued to follow; connected.

anubala [nt.] 1. help; stimulation; 2. a rear-guard.

anubujjhati [anu + budh + ya] conceives; understands.

anubujjhana [nt.] understanding; awakening.

anubujjhi [aor. of anubujjhati] conceived; understood.

anubuddha [pp. of anubujjhati] conceived; know; understood.

anubodha [m.] knowledge; understanding.

anubyañjana [nt.] a secondary attribute.

anubrūhita [pp. of anubrūheti.] improved; strengthened with.

anubrūheti [anu + brūh + e] improves; practises.

anubrūhesi [aor. of anubrūheti] improved; practised.

anubhavati [anu + bhū + a] 1. undergoes; 2. partakes in, 3. eats; 4. experiences.

anubhavana [nt.] experiencing of; undergoing; eating.

anubhavanta [pr.p. of anubhavati] 1. undergoing; 2. partaking; 3. eating; 4. experiencing.

anubhavi [aor. of anubhavati] 1. underwent; 2. partook in; 3. ate; 4. experienced.

anubhutta [pp. of anubhavati] enjoyed; undergone.

anubhūta [pp. of anubhavati] enjoyed; undergone.

anubhūyamāna [pr.p.p. of anubhavati] being experienced.

anubhoti [anu + bhū + a] 1. undergoes; 2. partakes in, 3. eats; 4. experiences.

anubhonta [pr.p. of anubhoti] experiencing of; undergoing; eating.

anumajjati [anu + majj + a] strokes.

anumajjana [nt.] stroking.

anumajji [aor. of anumajjati] stroked.

anumaññati [anu + man + ya] assents; approves.

anumaññi [aor. of anumaññati] assented; approved.

anumata [pp. of anumaññati] approved by; given leave.

anumati [f.] consent; permission.

anumāna [m.] inference.

anumīyati [anu + mā + ī + ya] infers; concludes.

anumīyi [aor. of anumīyati] infered; concluded.

anumodaka [3] one who appreciates; thanks giver.

anumodati [anu + mud + a] rejoices in; appreciates.

anumodanā [f.] 1. thanksgiving; appreciation; 2. transference of merit.

anumodi [aor. of anumodati] rejoiced in; appreciated.

anumodita [pp. of anumodati] rejoiced in; appreciated.

anumodeti [caus. of anumodati] causes (or makes one) to rejoice or appreciate.

anuyanta [pr.p.] following; depending on.

anuyāta [pp. of anuyāti] followed by.

anuyāti [anu + yā + a] follows.

anuyāyi [aor. of anuyāti] followed. || anuyāyī (3.), a follower.

anuyuñjati [anu + yuj + ṃ-a] engages in; questions; gives oneself up.

anuyuñji [aor. of anuyuñjati] engaged in; questioned; gave oneself up.

anuyutta [pp. of anuyuñjati] 1. engaged in; 2. an attendant; 3. a vassal.

anuyoga [m.] practice of; devotion to; an inquiry or inquest.

anuyogī [3] one who is practising or engaged in.

anurakkhaka [adj.] protecting; protector.

anurakkhati [anu + rakkh + a] guards; protects.

anurakkhana [nt.] preservation; protection.

anurakkhā [f.] guarding; protection.

anurakkhi [aor. of anurakkhati] guarded, protected. || anurakkhī (adj.), protecting; protector.

anurakkhiya [adj.] to be guarded.

anurañjati [anu + rañj + a] attaches to; rejoices.

anurañji [aor. of anurañjati] attached to; rejoiced.

anurañjita [pp. of anurañjeti] brightened; beautified.

anurañjeti [anu + rañj + e] brightens; beautifies.

anurañjesi [aor. of anurañjeti] brightened; beaytied.

anuratta [pp. of anurañjati] attached to; fond of.

anurava [m.] resounding; echo.

anurūpa [adj.] suitable; conform with.

anurūpaṃ [adv.] suitably; accordingly.

anurodati [anu + rud +a] cries for.

anurodi [aor. of anorodati] cried for.

anurodha [m.] compliance.

anulitta [pp. of anulimapati, anulimpeti] anointed; besmeared.

anulimpati [anu + lip + ṃ-a] anoints; besmears.

anulimpana [nt.] anointing; besmearing.

anulimpi [aor. of anulimpati] anointed; besmeared.

anulimpeti [anu + lip + ṃ-e] anoints; besmears.

anulimpesi [aor. of anulimpeti] anointed; besmeared.

anuloma [adj.] regular; not antagonistic. m. conformity.

anulomika [adj.] suitable; in proper order.

anulometi [deno. from anuloma] be in accordance with.

anulomesi [aor. of anulometi] was in accordance with.

anuvattaka [3] siding in with; one who follows or acts according to.

anuvattati [anu + vat + a] agrees; follows one’s example.

anuvattana [nt.] compliance; obedience.

anuvattitabba [pt.p. of] should be obeyed.

anuvattī [3] siding in with; one who follows or acts according to.

anuvatteti [anu + vat +e] continues rolling; wields power in succession.

anuvattesi [aor. of anuvatteti] continued rolling; wielded power in succession.

anuvadati [anu + vad + a] blames.

anuvadi [aor. of anuvadati.] blamed.

anuvassaṃ [adv.] annually; in every rainy season.

anuvassika [adj.] annual.

anuvāta [m.] a forward or favourable wind.

anuvātaṃ [adv.] in the direction of the wind.

anuvāda [m.] 1. blaming; censure; 2. a translation.

anuvādeti [v.] translates.

anuvāsana [nt.] perfuming.

anuvāsita [pp. of anuvāseti] perfumed.

anuvāseti [anu + vas + e] scents; impregnates with a good smell.

anuvāsesi [aor. of anuvāseti] scented; impregnated with a good smell.

anuvicarati [anu + vi + +car + a] wanders about; roams.

anuvicarana [nt.] roaming about; strolling.

anuvicari [aor. of anuvicarati] wandered about; roamed.

anuvicarita [pp. of anuvicarati] pondered over; reflected.

anuvicināti [anu + vi + ci + nā] ponders over; examines.

anuvicini [aor. of anuvicināti] pondered over; examined.

anuvicca [abs. of anuvicināti] having known or found out.

anuviccakāra [m.] through investigation.

anuvijjaka [m.] examiner; investigator.

anuvijjati [anu + vid + ya] investigates; knows thoroughly.

anuvijjana [nt.] trial.

anuvijji [aor. of anuvijjati] investigated; knew thoroughly.

anuvijjhati [anu + vidh + ya] pierces; understands thoroughly.

anuvijjhi [aor. of anuvijjhati] pierced; understood thoroughly.

anuvitakketi [anu + vi + takk + e] reflects; ponders over.

anuvitakkesi [aor. of anutakketi] reflected; pondered over.

anuvidita [pp. of anuvijjati] recognised.

anuviddha [pp. of anuvijjhati] pierced; understood thoroughly.

anuvidhīyati [anu + vi + dhā + ī + ya] acts in conformity with.

anuvidhīyi [aor. of anuvidhīyati] acted in conformity with

anuviloketi [anu + vi + lok + e] looks over; surveys.

anuvilokesi [aor. of anuviloketi] looked over; survey.

anuvuttha [pp. of anuvasati] dwelt; lived.

anuvyañjana [nt.] a secondary attribute.

anusaṃvaccharaṃ [adv.] annually.

anusakkati [anu + sakk + a] moves back or asides.

anusakki [aor. of anusakkati] moved back or asided.

anusañcaraṇa [nt.] walking about; going around.

anusañcarati [anu + saṃ + car + a] walks along; goes round about.

anusañcari [aor. of anusañcarati] walked along; went round about.

anusañcarita [pp. of anusañcarati] frequented.

anusaṭa [pp. of anusarati] gone after; followed.

anusanā [f.] advice; instruction; admonition.

anusanī [f.] advice; instruction; admonition.

anusandati [anu + sand + a] streams along; be connected with.

anusandi [aor. of anusandati] streamed along; been connected with.

anusandhi [f.] connection; conclusion.

anusampanna [adj.] one who has not yet received the full ordination or upasampadā.

anusaya [m.] proclivity; a dormant disposition.

anusayati [anu + si + a] lies dormant.

anusayi [aor. of anusayati] lay dormant.

anusayita [pp.] lain dormant.

anusarati [anu + sar + a] goes after; follows.

anusari [aor. of anusarati] went after; followed. || anusārī (adj.), striving after; acting in accordance with.

anusavati [anu + su + a] flows or oozes continually.

anusavi [aor. of anusavati] flew or oozed.

anusahagata [adj.] having a residium.

anusāyika [adj.] inherent; chronic.

anusāra [m.] following.

anusārena [adv.] in accordance with.

anusāvaka [m.] one who announces or proclaims.

anusāvana [nt.] proclamation. || anusāvanā (f.), proclamation.

anusāveti [anu + su + e] announces; proclaims.

anusāvesi [aor. of anusāveti] announced; proclaimed.

anusāsaka [m.] adviser.

anusāsati [anu + sās + a] advises; admonishes.

anusāsana [nt.] advice; instruction; admonition.

anusāsanī [f.] advice; instruction.

anusāsi [aor. of anusāsati] advised, admonished.

anusikkhati [anu + sikkh + a] learns; follows one’s example.

anusikkhana [nt.] practising or following after.

anusiṭṭha [pp. of anusāsati] advised, admonished.

anusiṭṭhi [f.] admonition; advice.

anusūyaka [adj.] not envious.

anuseti [anu + si + e] lies dormant.

anusocati [anu + suc + a] bewails.

anusocana [nt.] bewailing; mourning. || anusocanā (f.) bewailing; mourning.

anusoci [aor. of anusocati] bewailed.

anusota [m.] down-stream.

anusotaṃ [adv.] along the current.

anusotagāmī [adj.] one who follows the stream.

anussati [f.] recollection; memory; mindfulness.

anussaraṇa [nt.] remembrance; memory.

anussarati [anu + sar + a] remembers.

anussaranta [pr.p. of anussarti] remembering.

anussari [aor. of anusarati] remembered.

anussarita [pp. of anusarati] remembered.

anussaritu [m.] one who remembers.

anussava [m.] hear-say; tradition.

anussāvita [pp. of anussāveti] announced; proclaimed.

anussuka [adj.] courageless.

anussuta [pp. of anussarati] heard of

anuhīramāna [pr.p.p.] being help up.

anūna [adj.] not lacking or deficient; complete.

anūnaka [adj.] not lacking or deficient; complete.

anūnatā [f.] completeness.

anūpama [adj.] that which has no comparison.

anūhata [adj.] not rooted out.

aneka [adj.] many; various.

anekajāti [adj.] having many rebirths.

anekapariyāya [m.] various ways.

anekappakāra [adj.] multifarious; manifold; divers.

anekavidha [adj.] multifarious; manifold; divers.

anekavihita [adj.] of different kinds; various.

anekasākha [adj.] with many branches.

aneja [adj.] free from lust.

anedha [adj.] fuel-less.

aneḷa [adj.] faultless; pure.

aneḷaka [adj.] faultless; pure.

aneḷagala [adj.] free from dripping saliva.

anesanā [f.] wrong way of earning.

anoka [adj.] 1. houseless; 2. free from attachment.

anokāsa [adj.] having no opportunity, space or time.

anojā [f.] a plant with orange-coloured flowers.

anotatta [m.] name of a lake in the Himalayas (from which several Indian rivers flow).

anotaraṇabhāva [m.] the fact of not getting down.

anottappa [nt.] recklessness.

anottāpī [adj.] not afraid of sin; reckless.

anodaka [adj.] waterless.

anodissa [adv.] indefinitely.

anodissaka [adj.] 1. unrestricted; 2. general; 3. without a personal hint.

anonamanta [adj.] not bending down.

anoma [adj.] superior.

anomadassī [m.] one who has supreme knowledge.

anovasska [adj.] sheltered from the rain.

anosakkanā [f.] strenuousness.

anta [m.] the end; goal; top. nt. intestine.

antaka [m.] the Death.

antakara [adj.] putting an end to.

antakiriyā [f.] ending; relief.

antaganṭhi [m.] twisting of the intestine.

antagamana [nt.] going to an end; eradication.

antaguṇa [nt.] mesentery.

antamoso [ind.] at least.

antara [nt.] difference. adj. inner; inter. || antarā (adv.), in between; meanwhile.

antaraṃsa [m.] space between two shoulders.

antarakappa [m.] intermediatory kappa.

antaraghara [nt.] inner village or house.

antaraṭṭhaka [nt.] the coldest eight days of the winter, when snow falls (in India).

antaradhāna [nt.] disappearance.

antaradhāpeti [cause. of antaradhāyati] causes to disappear.

antaradhāyati [antara + dhe + a] disappears.

antaradhāyana [nt.] disappearance.

antaradhāyi [aor. of antaradhāyati] disappeared.

antarantarā [adv.] now and then; occasionally.

antaravassa [m.] rainy season.

antaravāsaka [m.] inner garment.

antarasāṭaka [nt.] inner garment.

antarahita [pp. of antardhāyati] disappeared.

antarākathā [f.] in between talk.

antarāpaṇa [m.] market place.

antarāmagge : on the way; on the road.

antarāmaraṇa [nt.] premature death.

antarāya [m.] obstacle; danger.

antarāyika [adj.] forming an impediment.

antarāla [nt.] interval.

antarika [adj.] intermediate; next. || antarikā (f.), interval; interstice.

antare [loc.] in between; among.

antarena [nt.] in between.

antaḷikkha [nt.] the sky.

antavaṭṭi [f.] coils of the intestines.

antavantu [adj.] having an end.

antika [adj.] (in cpds.), being at the end of; near. nt. neighbourhood.

antima [adj.] last; final.

antepura [nt.] 1. inner town; 2. a harem.

antepurika [adj.] belonging to a harem.

antevāsika [m.] one who lives with his master; an attendant; a pupil.

antevāsī [m.] one who lives with his master; an attendant; a pupil.

anto [ind.] inside; within; inner.

antokucchi [m.; f.] womb.

antogata [adj.] included; contained.

antogadha [adj.] included; contained.

antogabbha [m.] inner-room.

antogāma [m.] inner village.

antoghara [nt.] inner house.

antojana [m.] people belonging to the family.

antojāta [adj.] born in the house; a slave.

antovassa [m.; nt.] rainy season.

antovuttha [adj.] kept inside.

andu [m.] a fetter; a chain.

anduka [m.] a fetter; a chain.

andughara [nt.] prison.

andha [adj.] 1. blind; 2. foolish.

andhaka [adj.] belonging to the Andhra country. (m.), gad-fly.

andhakaraṇa [adj.] blinding; confusing.

andhakāra [m.] darkness; bewilderment.

andhantama [m.; nt.] deep darkness.

andhabāla [adj.] silly; very foolish.

andhabhūta [adj.] mentally blind; ignorant.

anna [nt.] food; boiled rice.

annada [adj.] one who gives food.

annapāna [nt.] food and drink.

anvagā [3rd. sing. pret.] (he) followed.

anvagū [3rd. plu. pret.] (they) followed.

anvattha [adj.] according to the sense.

anvatthanāma [adv.] true to the name.

anvadeva [anu + eva, ind.] following behind.

anvaddhamāsaṃ [adv.] twice a month; fortnightly.

anvaya [m.] course; conformity; tradition. || anvāya (abs. of ?), having undergone, experienced, or attained.

anvahaṃ [adv.] daily.

anvāgata [adj.] 1. endowed with; 2. following.

anvāyika [adj.] following.

anvāviṭṭha [pp. of anvāvisati] taken possession of.

anvāvisati [anu + ā + vis + a] takes possession of.

anvāvisi [aor. of anvāvisati] took possession of.

anvāhata [adj.] beaten; struck.

anvāhiṇḍati [anu + ā + hid + ṃ-a] wanders.

anvāhiṇḍi [aor. of navāhiṇḍati] wandered.

anveti [anu + i + a] follows; approaches.

anvesaka [adj.] seeker.

anvesati [anu + es + a] seeks; searches.

anvesanā [f.] seeking; search; investigation.

anvesī [adj.; m.] striving or seeking after, a seeker.

anvesesi [aor. of anvesati] sought.

apakaḍḍhati [pa + kaḍḍh + a] draws away; takes off.

apakaḍḍhana [nt.] drawing away; taking off.

apakaḍḍhi [aor. of apakaḍḍhati] draged away, took off.

apakata [pp. of apakaroti] put off; done away. (nt.), mischief. || apākaṭa (adj.), unknown

apakari [aor. of apakaroti] offended; put off.

apakaroti [pa + kar + o] hurts; offends; puts off. aor. apakari.

apakassa [abs. of apakassati] having drawn aside or removed.

apakassati [pa + kass + a] draws aside; removes. aor. apakassi.

apakassanā [f.] removal.

apakassi [aor. of apakassati] drew aside; removed.

apakāra [m.] injury; mischief.

apakkanta [pr.p. of apakkamati] departing, going away.

apakkama [m.] removal; departure.

apakkamati [pa + kam + a] departs; goes away.

apakkami [aor. of apakkamati] departed; went away.

apakkamma [abs. of apakkamati] having departed, having gone away.

apagacchati [apa + gam + a] goes away; turns aside.

apagacchi [aor. of pagacchati] went away; turned aside.

apagata [pp. of apagacchati] removed; departed; gone away.

apagata-kāḷaka [adj.] stainless.

apagabbha [adj.] (apa + gabbha) not destined to another rebirth; (a + pagabbha) not haughty.

apagama [m.] moving aside; disappearance.

apagamma [abs.] having moved aside.

apacakkha [adj.] unseen; not realised; not tested.

apacaya [m.] falling off; diminution; unmaking.

apacayagāmī [m.] making for the undoing of rebirth.

apacāyaka [adj.] paying homage.

apacāyati [pa + cāy + a] honours; respects.

apacāyana [nt.] worship; reverence. || apacāyanā (f.), worship; reverence.

apacāyi [aor. of apacāyati] honoured; respected. || apacāyī (adj.), paying homage.

apacāyita [pp. of apacāyati] honoured; respected.

apaciti [f.] respect; expiation; reverence.

apacinana [nt.] destruction; expiation.

apacināti [pa + ci + nā] does away with; diminishes.

apacini [aor. of apacināti] did away with; diminished.

apacca [nt.] offspring.

apaccakkha [adj.] unseen; not realised; not tested.

apaccakkhakārī [adj.] acting without right understanding.

apajaha [adj.] proud.

apajita [pp.] defeated. (nt.), defeat.

apaññāta [pp.] unknown.

apaṇṇaka [adj.] true; faultless.

apatanatthaṃ [adv.] for not falling down.

apatthaṭa [adj.] not spread out.

apatthaddha [adj.] not haughty.

apatthiya [adj.] what ought not to be wished.

apatha [m.] a wrong path or way. || āpātha (m.), sphere or range (of a sense organ).

apada [adj.] footless. || apāda (adj.), footless; creeping. āpadā (f.), misfortune; distress.

apadatā [f.] footlessness.

apadāna [nt.] life history; legend. || apādāna (nt.), separation; the ablative.

apadisa [m.] witness; testimony.

apadisati [pa + dis + a] calls to witness; quotes.

apadisana [nt.] pointing out.

apadisi [aor. of apadisati] called to witness; quoted.

apadesa [m.] reason; statement.

apadhāraṇa [nt.] removal; driving away.

apanāmeti [pa + nam + e] banishes; removes.

apanāmesi [aor. of apanāmeti] banished; removed.

apanidahati [pa + ni + dah + a] hides; conceals.

apanidahi [aor. of apanidahati] hid; concealed.

apanihita [pp. of apanidahati] hidden; concealed.

apanīta [pp. of apaneti] taken away, removed.

apanudati [pa + anud + a] drives away; dispels.

apanudana [nt.] removal; dispelling.

apanudi [aor. of apanudati] drove away; dispelled.

apanuditu [m.] dispeller of.

apaneti [pa + ni + a] takes away; removes.

apanesi [aor. of apaneti] took away, removed.

apamāra [m.] epilepsy.

apara [adj.] 1. another; other; 2. western. || apāra (adj.), limitless; without a further shore. (nt.), the near bank.

aparajju [adv.] on the following day.

aparajjhati [pa + radh + ya] offends against; does some crime.

aparajjhi [aor. of aparajjhati] offended against; did some crime.

aparaddha [pp. of aparajjhati] 1. guilty; 2. failed.

aparadhika [adj.] guilty; criminal.

aparanta : 1. the last end; 2. the future; 3. name of a country in Western India.

aparanna [nt.] leguminous seeds (such as peas) other than cereals.

aparappaccaya [adj.] not relying on others.

aparabhāge [loc.] afterwards.

aparājita [adj.] unconquered.

aparādha [m.] offence; guilt; crime.

aparādhī [adj.] guilty; criminal.

aparāpariya [adj.] ever-following; successive.

apariggahita [adj.] unoccupied; not possessed.

aparicchinna [adj.] unlimited; not separated.

aparimāṇa [adj.] limitless; immeasurable.

aparimita [adj.] unlimited; measureless.

aparuta [adj.] opens.

apalāyī [adj.] not running away; fearless.

apalāleti [pa + lāl + e] caresses; fondles.

apalālesi [aor. of apalāleti] caressed; fondled.

apalikhati [pa + likh + a] scrapes; licks off.

apalikhana [nt.] licking off; scraping.

apalikhi [aor. of apalikhati] scraped; licked off.

apalibuddha [adj.] unhindered; free.

apalokana [nt.] leave; consent.

apalokita [pp. of avaloketi] looked up to; obtained permission from; gave notice.

apaloketi [pa + lok + e] looks up to; obtains permission from; gives notice.

apalokesi [aor. of avaloketi] looked up to; obtained permission from; gave notice.

apavagga [m.] final delivery; the end.

apavadati [pa + vad + a] reproaches; blames.

apavadi [aor. of apavadati] reproached; blamed.

apavāda [m.] reproach; blaming; finding fault.

apaviddha [pp. of apavijjhati] thrown away; rejected.

apasakkati [pa + sakk + a] goes aside; moves.

apasakkana [nt.] moving aside.

apasakki [aor. of apasakkati] went aside; moved.

apasakkita [pp. of apasakkati] gone aside; moved.

apasavya [nt.] right side.

apasādana [nt.] disparagement

apasādita [pp. of apasādeti] deprecated; declined; disparaged.

apasādeti [pa + sad + e] deprecates; declines; disparages.

apasādesi [aor. of apasādeti] deprecated; declined; disparaged.

apasmāra [m.] epilepsy.

apassaya [m.] 1. support; 2. a bolster; 3. a head-rest.

apassayati [pa + si + e or aya] leans against; depends on.

apassayi [aor. of apassayati] leaned against; depended on.

apassayika [adj.] reclining on.

apasseti [pa + si + e or aya] leans against; depends on.

apassena-phalaka [nt.] a bolster slab.

apahaṭa [pp. of apaharati] removed; taken away; robbed.

apahattu [m.] one who removes.

apaharaṇa [nt.] removal; stealing.

apaharati [pa + har + a] removes; takes away; robs.

apahari [aor. of apaharati] removed; took away; robbed.

apahāra [m.] taking away; robbing.

apāṅga [m.] corner of the eye.

apācī [f.] southern direction.

apācīna [adj.] westerly.

apāṇa [nt.] breathing out. || āpaṇa (m.), bazaar; market. āpāṇa (nt.), breathing; exhalation.

apādaka [adj.] footless; creeping. || āpādaka (m.), one who takes care of a child; a guardian.

apāpuraṇa [nt.] a key.

apāpurati [pa + ā + pur + a] opens.

apāya [m.] the hell; state of loss and woe; lapse; loss.

apāyagāmī [adj.] going or conveying to the state of misery.

apāyamukha [nt.] cause of ruin.

apāyasahāya [m.] a spendthrift companion.

apāraneyya : not leading to the other shore; unattainable.

apālamba [m.] leaning board (of a carriage).

api [ind.] and; even; and then.

api ca [ind.] but; further.

api ca kho [ind.] and yet; still.

api nu [ind.] used in an interrogative sense.

apidhāna [nt.] a cover; lid.

apināma [ind.] if (we) may.

apilāpana [nt.] non-floating.

apissu [ind.] so much so.

apiha [adj.] not greedy.

apihālu [adj.] not greedy.

apucchati [ā + pucch + a] enquires after; asks permission.

apucchita [pp. of apucchati] enquired after; asked permission.

apubbaṃ acarimaṃ [adv.] simultineously.

apekkha [adj.] waiting for; looking for; a candidate; expectant. || apekkhā (f.), hope; desire; expectance.

apekkhaka [adj.] waiting for; looking for; a candidate; expectant.

apekkhati [pa + ikkh + a] longs for; expects.

apekkhana [nt.] hope; desire; expectance.

apekkhi [aor. of apekkhati] longed for; expected || apekkhī (adj.), waiting for; looking for; a candidate; expectant.

apekkhita [pp. of apekkhati] pp. of apekkhati

apeta [pp. of apeti] gone away; rid of; without.

apetatta [nt.] absence.

apeti [pa + i + a] goes away; disappears.

apetta [nt.] absence.

apetteyyatā [f.] irreverence against father.

apeyya [adj.] not drinkable; that should not be drunk.

apesi [aor. of apeti] went away; disappeared.

appa [adj.] small; little; insignificant. (nt.), a little.

appaka [adj.] small; little; insignificant. (nt.), a little.

appakasirena [adv.] with little difficulty.

appakicca [adj.] having few duties.

appakiṇṇa [adj.] not crowded; quiet.

appagabbha [adj.] not proud or impudent.

appaggha [adj.] of a little value.

appaccaya [m.] sulkiness. (adj.), without a cause.

appaṭigha [adj.] unobstructive; without anger.

appaṭinissagga [m.] not giving up.

appaṭipuggala [m.] matchless person.

appaṭibaddha [adj.] not connected with.

appaṭibhāṇa [adj.] bewildered.

appaṭima [adj.] incomparable.

appaṭivattiya [adj.] not to be rolled back.

appaṭivāna [adj.] not shrinking back.

appaṭivānī [m.] a zealous person.

appaṭividdha [adj.] not attained or understood.

appaṭivedha [m.] non-grasping.

appaṭisandhika [adj.] 1. incapable of rebirth; 2. unmendable.

appaṇā [f.] fixing of thought on an object; attainment of a trance.

appaṇihita [adj.] free from desire.

appatikuṭṭha [adj.] not despised.

appatiṭṭha [adj.] without a footing or help.

appatissa [adj.] not docile; rebellious.

appatissava [adj.] not docile; rebellious.

appatihata [adj.] not smitten; unobstructed. || appaṭihata (adj.),not smitten; unobstructed.

appatīta [adj.] displeased.

appaduṭṭha [adj.] not angry; not corrupt.

appadhaṃsiya [adj.] not to be violated.

appamaññā [f.] infinitude; a technical term including four qualities of mind, viz. love, pity, sympathy, and disinterestedness.

appamatta [adj.] (a + pamatta:) vigilant; careful; alert. (appa + matta:) slight; insignificant.

appamattaka [nt.] a trifle.

appamāṇa [adj.] boundless; unlimited.

appamāda [m.] vigilance; earnestness.

appameyya [adj.] immeasurable.

appavatti [f.] non-continuance; non-existence.

appasattha [adj.] having few companions. (a + pasattha:), not being praised. ppa + sattha = caravan:

appasanna [adj.] 1. displeased; 2. not believing.

appasamārambha [adj.] of little trouble.

appasāda [m.] displeasure; dislike.

appassaka [adj.] possessing little; poor.

appassāda [adj.] having little enjoyment.

appassuta [adj.] ignorant.

appahīna [adj.] not removed or destroyed.

appāṭihīrakata [adj.] worthless.

appāṇaka [adj.] 1. breathless; 2. not containing insects.

appātaṅka [adj.] free from illness.

appāyukatta [nt.] short life.

appiccha [adj.] easily satisfied; desiring little.

appicchatā [f.] contentment.

appita [pp. of appeti] applied.

appiya [adj.] unpleasant; disagreeable.

appekadā [adv.] (api + ekadā), sometimes.

appeti [p + e] applies; fixes on.

appeva [ind.] it is well, if.

appeva nāma [ind.] it is well, if.

appesakka [adj.] of little influence.

appesi [aor. of appeti] applied; fixed on.

appoṭhenta [pr.p. of appoṭheti] clapping hands.

apposukka [adj.] inactive; not bothering; less anxious.

appossukka [adj.] inactive.

apphuṭa [adj.] unpervaded

apphoṭita [pp. of apphoṭeti] clapped. (nt.), clapping of hands.

apphoṭeti [ā + phuṭ + e] snaps the fingers; claps the hands.

apssita [pp. of passeti] leaned against; depended on.

aphala [adj.] fruitless; vain; useless.

aphassita [adj.] not touched.

aphāsu [adj.] uneasy; difficult; troublesome.

aphāsuka [nt.] illness.

abaddha [adj.] unfettered; free; not bound. || ābaddha (pp. of ābandhati), bound to; fastened on to.

abandhana [adj.] unfettered; free; not bound.

ababa [nt.] name of a purgatory; a numeral with 76 ciphers.

ababhāsa [m.] light; appearance.

abala [adj.] weak; feeble. || abalā (f.), a woman.

abādha [adj.] without any hindrance. || ābādha (m.) disease; affliction.

abādhesi [aor. of ābādheti] oppressed; harassed.

abbaṇa [adj.] woundless.

abbata [adj.] without moral obligations.

abbuda [nt.] 1. a tumour; 2. the foetus in the 2nd week after conception; 3. cause of disunion; 4. name of a purgatory.

abbūḷha [pp. of abbūhati] drawn off; pulled out

abbūhati [ā + vi + ūh + a] draws off; pulls out.

abbūhi [aor. of abbūhati] drew off; pulled out

abbokiṇṇa [adj.] uninterrupted; constant; not crowded.

abbocchinna [adj.] uninterrupted

abbohārika [adj.] negligible

abbha [nt.] sky; cloud.

abbhaka [nt.] graphite; plumbago.

abbhakalekhanī [f.] pencil.

abbhakūṭa [nt.] the summit of a storm-cloud.

abbhakkhāti [abhi + ā + khā + a] slanders; speaks against.

abbhakkhāna : false accusation; slander.

abbhakkhāsi [aor. of abbhakkhāti] slandered; spoke against.

abbhañjati [abhi + añj + a] anoints; lubricates.

abbhañjana [nt.] 1. anointing; oiling; 2. unguent.

abbhañji [aor. of abbhañjati] anointed; lubricated.

abbhañjita [pp.] annointed.

abbhatīta [adj.] gone by; past.

abbhanumodanā [f.] great appreciation; rejoicing after merit.

abbhantara [nt.] the inside; interior. (adj.), inner; internal.

abbhantarika [adj.] intimate; confident.

abbhapaṭala [nt.] a mass of clouds.

abbhāgata [3] a guest; a stranger. (pp.), arrived.

abbhāgamana [nt.] arrival; coming forward.

abbhācikkhati [abhi + ā + cikkh + a] accuses; culminates.

abbhācikkhana [nt.] accusation; slander.

abbhācikkhi [aor. of abbhācikkhati] accused; culminated.

abbhāmatta [adj.] of the size of a cloud.

abbhāhata [pp. of abbhāhanati] attacked; afflicted.

abbhisambuddha [pp. of abhisambujjhati] gained the highest wisdom.

abbhukkiraṇa [nt.] drawing out; sprinkling.

abbhukkirati [abhi + u + kir + a] sprinkles over.

abbhukkiri [aor. of abbhukkirati] sprinkled over.

abbhuggacchati [abhi + u + gam + a] rises up; is diffused.

abbhuggacchi [aor. of abbhuggacchati] rose up; was diffused.

abbhuggata [pp. of abbhuggacchati] risen up; was diffused.

abbhuggantvā [abs. of abbhuggacchati] having risen up; having jumped up.

abbhuggamana [nt.] rising over.

abbhuggiraṇa [nt.] brandishing.

abbhuggirati [bhi + u + gir + a] raises up or brandishes something in a threatening manner.

abbhuggiri [aor. of abbhuggirati] raised up or brandished something in a threatening manner.

abbhuṭṭhāna [nt.] rising; getting up; progress.

abbhuta [adj.] wonderful; marvelous. (nt.), a wonder; a marvel; a bet.

abbhutasālā [f.] museum

abbhudeti [abhi + udi + e] rises; comes into existence.

abbhudesi [aor. of abbhudeti] rose; came into existence.

abbhunnata [adj.] risen high; high.

abbhumme [intj.] alas !

abbhuyyāta [pp. of abbhuyyāti] march against.

abbhuyyāti [abhi + u + yā + a] marches against.

abbhokāsa [m.] unsheltered place; open air.

abbhokāsika [m.] one who lives in the open air.

abbhokiṇṇa [adj.] crowded.

abbhokiraṇa [nt.] 1. sprinkling; 2. movements of a dancer.

abbhokirati [abhi + ava + kir + a] sprinkles over.

abbhokiri [aor. of abbhokirati] sprinkled over.

abravi [aor. of brūti] sayed; spoke.

abhabba [adj.] unable; not proficient.

abhabbatā [adj.] inability; impossibility.

abhaya [adj.] safe; fearless. (nt.), safety. || abhayā (f.), yellow myrobalan.

abhavi [aor. of bhavati] became; existed.

abhavissā [v.] (he) would have been.

abhāva [m.] disappearance; absence; non-becoming.

abhāvita [adj.] not developed; not practised.

abhikaṅkhati [abhi + kakh + ṃ-a] longs or wishes for.

abhikaṅkhana [nt.] hope; longing; wish.

abhikaṅkhi [aor. of abhikaṅkhati] longed or wished for. || abhikaṅkhī (adj.), wishing for; desirous.

abhikaṅkhita [pp. of abhikaṅkhati] longed or wished for. (nt.), hope; longing; wish.

abhikiṇṇa [pp. of abhikirati] strewn over with.

abhikiraṇa [nt.] scattering over.

abhikirati [abhi + kir + a] scatter over; to sprinkle.

abhikūjati [abhi + kuj + a] warbles; sings (of birds).

abhikūjana [nt.] singing of birds.

abhikūji [aor. of abhikūjati] warbled; sang (of birds).

abhikūjita [pp. of abhikūjati] resounding with (the song of birds).

abhikkanta [pp. of abhikkamati] 1. gone forward; past; 2. most pleasant. (nt.), going forward.

abhikkantatara [adj.] more brilliant.

abhikkama [m.] going forward.

abhikkamati [abhi + kam + a] proceeds.

abhikkami [aor. of abhukkamati] proceeded.

abhikkhaṇa [adj.] constant.

abhikkhaṇaṃ [adv.] constantly; often.

abhikkhaṇati [abhi + kha + a] digs up.

abhikkhaṇana [nt.] digging.

abhikkhaṇi [aor. of abhikhaṇati] dug.

abhigajjati [abhi + gad + ya] roars; thunders.

abhigajjana [nt.] roaring, thundering.

abhigajji [aor. of abhigajjati] roared; thundered.

abhigijjhati [abhi + gidh + ya] craves for.

abhigijjhana [nt.] craving; greed.

abhigijjhi [aor. of abhigijjhati] craved for.

abhigīta [pp. of abhigāyati] sung for.

abhighāta [m.] 1. impact; contact; 2. killing.

abhighātana [nt.] slaying; destroying.

abhighātī [m.] enemy; destroyer.

abhijappati [abhi + jap + a] prays for; mumbles.

abhijappana [nt.] 1. mumbling; 2. wish; 3. talk.

abhijappi [aor. of abhijappati] prayed for; mumbled.

abhijappita [nt.] 1. mumbling; 2. wish; 3. talk.

abhijāta [adj.] well-born; of noble birth.

abhijāti [f.] 1. rebirth; descent; 2. species.

abhijānana [nt.] recognition; recollection.

abhijānāti [abhi + ñā + nā] knows fully or by experience; is aware.

abhijāni [aor. of abhijānāti] knew fully or by experience; was aware

abhijāyati [abhi + jan + ya] is born or arose well.

abhijigiṃsati [abhi + har + sa*] wishes to overcome. || *har is changed to gin; gi is doubled and the former gi is changed to ji.

abhijigiṃsi [aor. of abhijigiṃsati] wished to overcome.

abhijjanaka [adj.] not breaking or separating.

abhijjamāna [adj.] not breaking or separating.

abhijjhā [f.] covetousness

abhijjhāyati [abhi + jhe + a] wishes for; covets.

abhijjhāyi [aor. of abhijjhāyati] wished for; coveted.

abhijjhālu [adj.] covetous.

abhijjhita [pp. of abhijjhāyati] wished for; coveted.

abhiñña [adj.] knowing; possessed of knowledge. || abhiññā (abs. of abhijānāti), having understood well. (f.), special knowledge; supernormal power.

abhiññāṇa [nt.] a special mark.

abhiññāta [pp. of abhijānāti] well-known; recognised.

abhiññāya [abs. of abhijānāti] having understood well.

abhiññeyya [adj.] that which should be well understood.

abhiṇha [adj.] continuous; habitual.

abhiṇhaṃ [adv.] often; repeatedly.

abhiṇhasannipāta [m.] meeting often together.

abhiṇhaso [adv.] always; repeatedly.

abhitatta [pp. of abhitapati] scorched by heat; heated.

abhitapati [abhi + tap + a] shines.

abhitapi [aor. of abhitapati] shone.

abhitāpa [m.] extreme heat.

abhitāḷita [pp. of abhitāḷeti] beated; hammered; hit a drum, etc.

abhitāḷeti [abhi + tāḷ + e] beats; hammers; hits a drum, etc.

abhitāḷesi [aor. of abhitāḷeti] beated; hammered; hit a drum, etc.

abhituṇṇa [pp. of abhitudati] overwhelmed.

abhitudati [abhi + tud + a] pierces; pricks; incites.

abhitudi [aor. of abhitudati] pierced; pricked; incited.

abhito [ind.] round about.

abhitoseti [abhi + than + a] pleases thoroughly.

abhitosesi [aor. of abhitoseti] pleased thoroughly.

abhitthanati [abhi + than + a] thunders.

abhitthani [aor. of abhitthanati] thundered.

abhitthanita [pp. of abhitthanati] thundered.

abhittharati [abhi + thar + a] makes haste.

abhitthari [aor. of abhittharati] made haste.

abhitthavati [abhi + thar + a] praises; applauds.

abhitthavana [nt.] praise.

abhitthavi [aor. of abhitthavati] praised.

abhitthuta [pp. of abhitthavati] praised.

abhitthunati [abhi + thu + nā] praises.

abhitthuni [aor. of abhitthunati] praised.

abhidosa [m.] last evening.

abhidosika [adj.] belonging to the last evening. || ābhidosika (adj.), belonging to the last evening.

abhidhamati [abhi + dham + a] blows on.

abhidhami [aor. of abhidhamati] blew on.

abhidhamma [m.] the analytic doctrine of the Buddhist Canon.

abhidhammika [adj.] one who teaches abhidhamma. || ābhidhammika (adj.), versed in or studying Abhidhamma.

abhidhā [f.] name; appellation.

abhidhāna [nt.] name; appellation.

abhidhāvati [abhi + dhāv + a] runs towards; runs against; hastens.

abhidhāvi [aor. of abhidhāvati] ran towards; hastened.

abhidheyya [adj.] having the name of. (nt.), meaning.

abhinata [pp. of abhinamati] bent; bowed down to.

abhinadati [abhi + nad + a] resounds.

abhinadi [aor. of abhinadati] resounded. || abhinadī = one who rejoices; enjoying.

abhinadita [pp. of abhinadati] resounded. (nt.), the noise || abhinādita (pp. of abhinadati), resounded with.

abhinandati [abhi + nand + a] rejoices at; finds pleasure in; approves of.

abhinandana [nt.] rejoicing; delight.

abhinandi [aor. of abhinandati] rejoiced at. || abhinandī (adj.), one who rejoices; enjoying.

abhinandita [(pp. of abhinandati), nt.] an object of pleasure.

abhinamati [abhi + nam + a] bends; bows down.

abhinami [aor. of abhinamati] bent; bowed down.

abhinayana [nt.] 1. bringing to; 2. inquiry.

abhinava [adj.] new; fresh.

abhinikūjita [adj.] resounded with (the song of birds).

abhinikkhanta [pp. of abhinikkhamati] gone forth from; retired from the world.

abhinikkhamati [abhi + ni + kam + a] goes forth from; retires from the world.

abhinikkhamana [nt.] renunciation; retirement from the household life.

abhinikkhami [aor. of abhinikkhamati] went forth from; retired from the world.

abhinikkhamma [abs. of abhinikkhamati] having gone forth from; having retired form the world.

abhinikkhitta [pp. of abhinikkhipati] laid down.

abhinikkhipati [abhi + ni + khip + a] lays down.

abhinikkhipana [nt.] putting down.

abhinikkhipi [aor. of abhinikkhipati] laid down.

abhinitana [nt.] falling against; rushing on; attacking.

abhinipajjati [abhi + ni + pad + ya] lies down on.

abhinipajji [aor. of abhinipajjati] lay down on.

abhinipatati [abhi + ni + pat + a] falls down; to rush on.

abhinipati [aor. of abhinipatati] fell down; rushed on. || abhinipātī (adj.), falling on.

abhinipanna [pp. of abhinipajjati] lain down on.

abhinipāta [m.] falling against; rushing on; attacking.

abhinippīḷeti [abhi + ni + pīḷ + e] oppresses or crushes thoroughly.

abhinipphajjati [abhi + ni + pad + ya] becomes accomplished.

abhinipphajji [aor. of abhinipphajjati] became accomplished.

abhinipphatti [f.] production; accomplishment.

abhinipphanna [pp. of abhinipphajjati] become accomplished.

abhinipphādita [pp. of abhinipphādeti] produced; accomplished.

abhinipphādeti [abhi + ni + pad + e] produces; brings into existence.

abhinipphādesi [aor. of abhinipphādeti] produced; brought into existence.

abhinibbatta [pp. of abhinibbatteti] reproduced; reborn.

abhinibbattana [nt.] birth; becoming.

abhinibbatti [f.] birth; becoming.

abhinibbatteti [abhi + ni + vat + e] reproduces; brings into existence.

abhinibbattesi [aor. of abhinibbatteti] reproduced; brought into existence.

abhinibbidā [f.] disgust with the world.

abhinibbuta [adj.] perfectly calmed.

abhinimmiṇāti [abhi + ni + mā + ṇā] creates; produces; makes.

abhinimmiṇi [aor. of abhinimmiṇāti] created; produced; made.

abhinimmita [pp. of abhinimmiṇāti] created; produced; made.

abhiniropana [n.] fixing upon; application.

abhiniropita [pp. of abhiniropeti] implanted.

abhiniropeti [abhi + ni + rup + e] implants.

abhiniropesi [aor. of abhiniropeti] implanted.

abhiniviṭṭha [pp. of abhinivisati] attached to; clinging to.

abhinivisati [abhi + ni + vis + a] clings to; adheres.

abhinivisi [aor. of abhinivisati] clinged to; adhered.

abhinivesa [m.] inclination; tendency.

abhinisinna [pp. of abhinisīdati] sat near.

abhinisīdati [abhi + ni + sad + a] sits near.

abhinisīdi [aor. of abhinisīdati] sat near.

abhinissaṭa [pp. of abhinissarati] escaped or removed from.

abhinīta [pp. of abhineti] brought to.

abhinīhaṭa [pp. of abhiniharati] taken out.

abhinīharati [abhi + ni + har + a] takes out; directs to; aspires.

abhinīhari [aor. of abhinīharati] took out; directed to; aspired.

abhinīhāra [m.] taking out; aspiration; resolution.

abhipatthita [pp. of abhipattheti] longed or hoped for.

abhipattheti [abhi + path + e] longs or hopes for.

abhipatthesi [aor. of abhipattheti] longed or hoped for.

abhipālita [pp. of abhipāleti] protected; preserved.

abhipāleti [abhi + pāl + e] protects; preserves.

abhipālesi [aor. of abhipāleti] protected; preserved.

abhipīḷita [pp. of abhipīḷeti] oppressed; squeezed.

abhipīḷeti [abhi + pīḷ + e] oppresses; squeezes.

abhipīḷesi [aor. of abhipīḷeti] oppressed; squeezed.

abhipūrati [abhi + pūr + a] becomes full.

abhipūri [aor. of abhipūrati] became full.

abhipūrita [pp. of abhipūrati] become full.

abhippakiṇṇa [pp. of abhippakirati] completely strewn with.

abhippamodati [abhi + p + mud + a] rejoices; satisfies.

abhippamodi [aor. of abhippamodati] rejoiced; satisfied.

abhippamodita [pp. of abhippamodati] rejoiced; satisfied.

abhippasanna [pp. of abhippasīdati] having faith in; devoted to.

abhippasāda [m.] faith; devotion.

abhippasāreti [abhi + pa + sar + e] stretches out.

abhippasāresi [aor. of abhippasāreti] stretched out.

abhippasīdati [abhi + pa + sad + a] has faith in; devotes.

abhippasīdi [aor. of abhippasīdati] had faith in; devoted.

abhibhavati [abhi + bhū + a] overcomes; conquers.

abhibhavana [nt.] overcoming; vanquishing.

abhibhavanīya [adj.] what should be overcome.

abhibhavi [aor. of abhibhavati] overcame; conquered.

abhibhū [m.] conqueror; overlord.

abhibhūta [pp. of abhibhavati] overpowered; vanquished.

abhimaṅgala [adj.] lucky; auspicious.

abhimata [pp. of abhimaññati] intended; wished for.

abhimaddati [abhi + madd + a] crushes; subdues.

abhimaddana [nt.] crushing; subjugation.

abhimaddi [aor. of abhimaddati] crushed; subdued.

abhimaddita [pp. of abhimaddati] crushed; subdued.

abhimanthati [abhi + manth + a] crushes; churns; agitates.

abhimanthi [aor. of abhimanthati] crushed; churned; agitated.

abhimanthita [pp. of abhimanthati] crushed; churned; agitated.

abhimantheti [abhi + manth + e] crushes; churns; agitates.

abhimanthesi [aor. of abhimantheti] curshed; shurned; agitated.

abhimāna [m.] self-respect.

abhimukha [adj.] facing; present; face to face with. (m.), the front.

abhimukhaṃ [adv.] towards.

abhiyācati [abhi + yāc + a] begs; entreats.

abhiyācana [nt.] request; entreaty. || abhiyācanā (f.), request; entreaty.

abhiyāci [aor. of abhiyācati] begged; entreated.

abhiyācita [pp. of abhiyācati] being requested.

abhiyāta [pp. of abhiyāyi] gone against.

abhiyāti [abhi + yā + a] goes against.

abhiyāyi [aor. of abhiyāyi] went against.

abhiyuñjati [abhi + yuj + ṃ-a] practises; charges (in a law-suit); questions.

abhiyuñjana [nt.] trial; practice; observance.

abhiyuñji [aor. of abhiyuñjati] practised; charged (in a law-suit); questioned.

abhiyutta [pp. of abhiyuñjati] practised; charged (in a law-suit); questioned.

abhiyoga [m.] observance.

abhiyogī [m.] one who observes or practises.

abhirakkhati [abhi + rakkh + a] protects.

abhirakkhana [nt.] protection.

abhirakkhā [f.] protection.

abhirakkhi [aor. of abhirakkhati] protected.

abhirata [pp. of abhiramati] fond of; indulging in.

abhirati [f.] delight; contentment.

abhiraddha [pp. of abhi + rādh] of satisfied; propitiated.

abhiraddhi [f.] satisfaction

abhiramati [abhi + ram + a] enjoys; finds pleasure in.

abhiramana [nt.] enjoyment; sport.

abhiramanta [pr.p. of abhiramati] enjoying.

abhiramāpeti [abhi + ram + āpe] causes one to take pleasure.

abhiramāpesi [aor. of abhiramāpeti] caused one to take pleasure.

abhirami [aor. of abhiramati] enjoyed; found pleasure in.

abhirāma [adj.] pleasant; agreeable.

abhiruci [f.] wish; longing.

abhirucita [pp. of abhirucati] wished for; liked; agreeable.

abhirucira [adj.] much pleasing; very beautiful.

abhiruyha [abs. of bhiruhati] having ascended.

abhiruhati [abhi + ruh + a] ascends; goes up.

abhiruhi [aor. of abhiruhati] ascended; went up.

abhirūpa [adj.] lovely; handsome.

abhirūḷha [pp. of abhiruhati] ascended; risen up.

abhirūhana [nt.] ascension; climbing; embarking.

abhiroceti [abhi + ruch + e] likes; finds delight in.

abhilakkhita [pp. of abhilakkheti] marked by.

abhilakkheti [abhi + lakkh + e] marks; designs.

abhilakkhesi [aor. of abhilakkheti] marked; designed.

abhilāpa [m.] talk; speech.

abhilāsā [f.] wish; desire.

abhivaṭṭa [pp. of abhivassati] rained upon.

abhivaṭṭha [pp. of abhivassati] rained upon.

abhivaḍḍhati [abhi + vaḍḍh + a] grows; increases; outgrows.

abhivaḍḍhana [nt.] growth; increase.

abhivaḍḍhi [aor. of abhivaḍḍhati] grew; increased; outgrew. (f.), growth; increase.

abhivaḍḍhita [pp. of abhivaḍḍhati] grown; increased; outgrown.

abhivaṇṇita [pp. ofabhivaṇṇeti] praised; expounded or explained.

abhivaṇṇeti [abhi + vaṇṇ + e] praises; expounds or explains.

abhivaṇṇesi [aor. of abhivaṇṇeti] praised; expounded or explained.

abhivadati [abhi + vad + a] declares.

abhivandati [abhi + vand + a] bows down; honours.

abhivandi [aor. of abhivandati] bowed down; honoured.

abhivandita [pp. of abhivandati] bowed down; honoured.

abhivandiya [abs. of abhivandati] having bowed down to.

abhivayi [aor. of abhivāyati] blew through.

abhivassati [abhi + vass + a] rains over.

abhivassi [aor. of abhivassati] rained over.

abhivādana [nt.] salutation; bowing down. || abhivādanā (f.), salutation; bowing down.

abhivādita [pp. of abhivādeti] bowed down; saluted.

abhivādetabba [pt.p.] fit to be worshipped or honoured.

abhivādeti [abhi + vad + e] bows down; salutes.

abhivādesi [aor. of abhivādeti] bowed down; saluted.

abhivāyati [abhi + vā + a] blows through.

abhivijita [pp. of abhivijināti] conquered.

abhivijināti [abhi + vi + ji + nā] conquers.

abhivijini [aor. of abhivijināti] conquered.

abhivijiya [abs. of abhivijināti] having conquered.

abhivitaraṇa [nt.] donation.

abhivisiṭṭha [adj.] most excellent.

abhivuṭṭha [pp. of abhivassati] rained upon.

abhivuddhi [f.] growth; increase.

abhisaṅkhata [pp. of abhisaṅkharoti] prepared; arranged; restored.

abhisaṅkharaṇa [nt.] restoration; arrangement.

abhisaṅkhari [aor. of abhisaṅkharoti] restored; arranged; prepared.

abhisaṅkharoti [abhi + saṃ + kar + o] restores; arranges; prepares.

abhisaṅkhāra [m.] accumulation; preparation.

abhisaṅga [m.] sticking; cleaving.

abhisajjati [abhi + sad + ya] is angry; is attached.

abhisajjana [nt.] cleaving; anger.

abhisajji [aor. of abhisajjati] was angry; was attached.

abhisañcetayita [nt.] thought out; intended.

abhisañceteti [abhi + saṃ + cit + e] thinks out.

abhisañcetesi [aor. of abhisañceteti] thought out.

abhisaṭa [pp. of abhisarati] visited; approached by.

abhisatta [pp. of abhisapati] accursed.

abhisaddahati [abhi + saṃ + dah + a] believes in.

abhisaddahi [aor. of abhisaddahati] believed in.

abhisanda [m.] outflow; result.

abhisandati [abhi + sand + a] flows out; oozes.

abhisandana [nt.] flowing; outcome; result.

abhisandahi [aor. of abhisandahati] jointed; put together.

abhisandi [aor. of abhisandati] flowed out; oozed.

abhisapati [abhi + sap + a] curses; accurses; takes an oath.

abhisapana [nt.] an oath; cursing.

abhisamaya [m.] realisation; penetration.

abhisamācārika [adj.] belonging to the good conduct.

abhisamita [pp. of abhisameti] completely realised.

abhisamecca [abs. of abhisameti] having understood thoroughly.

abhisameta [pp. of abhisameti] completely realised.

abhisametāvī [adj.] one who possesses complete insight.

abhisameti [abhi + saṃ + i + a] attains; realizes.

abhisamesi [aor. of abhisameti] attained; realized.

abhisamparāya [m.] future rebirth; next world.

abhisambujjhati [abhi + saṃ + budh + ya] gains the highest wisdom.

abhisambujjhi [aor. of abhisambujjhati] gained the highest wisdom.

abhisambuddha [pp. of abhisambujjhati] gained the highest wisdom.

abhisambodhi [f.] the highest enlightenment.

abhisambhunāti [abhi + sambh + uṇā] is able; attains.

abhisambhuni [aor. of abhisambhunāti] was able; attained.

abhisammati [abhi + sam + ya] ceases; pacifies.

abhisammi [aor. of abhisammati] ceased; pacified.

abhisāpa [m.] a curse.

abhisārikā [f.] a courtesan.

abhisiñcati [abhi + sic + ṃ-a] sprinkles over; consecrates.

abhisiñcana [nt.] consecration; ablution; sprinkling.

abhisiñci [aor. of abhisiñcati] sprinkled over; consecrated.

abhisitta [pp. of abhisiñcati] sprinkled over; consecrated.

abhiseka [m.] consecration; ablution; sprinkling.

abhisecana [nt.] consecration; ablution; sprinkling.

abhiseceti [caus. of abhisiñcati] causes to bring to; causes to offer.

abhihaṭṭhuṃ [inf. of abhiharati] to bring over.

abhihata [pp. of abhihanati] struck; hit. || abhihaṭa (pp. of abhiharati), brought to; offered.

abhihanati [abhi + han + a] strikes; hits.

abhihani [aor. of abhihanati] struck; hit.

abhiharati [abhi + har + a] brings to; to offers.

abhihari [aor. of abhiharati] brought to; offered.

abhiharituṃ [inf. of abhiharati] to bring over.

abhihāra [m.] bringing near; offering.

abhihita [pp. of abhidhāti] spoken. (nt.), a word; saying.

abhīta [adj.] fearless; brave.

abhīru [adj.] fearless; brave.

abhīruka [adj.] fearless; brave.

abhūta [adj.] not real; false. (nt.), falsehood.

abhūtakkhāna [nt.] a lie.

abhūtavādī [nt.] a liar.

abhejja [adj.] not to be split or divided.

abhojja [adj.] unfit to be eaten.

amaggakusala [adj.] one who does not know the road well.

amacca [m.] 1. a privy councillor; 2. a fellow-worker; colleague.

amajja [nt.] that which is not intoxicating.

amajjapa [adj.] one who does not take strong drinks; abstaining form intoxicants.

amata [nt.] ambrosia; the deathless state. || amatā (f.), embolic myrobalan.

amatandada [adj.] bringing the deathless state.

amatapada [nt.] conveying to deathlessness.

amatamagga [m.] path to deathlessness.

amateyyatā [f.] disrespect towards one’s mother.

amatta [adj.] not intoxicated. (nt.), small earthen vessel.

amattaññutā [f.] immoderation

amattaññū [adj.] immoderate.

amattika [nt.] earthenware; crockery.

amatteyya [adj.] not respecting one’s mother.

amatteyyatā [f.] disrespect towards one’s mother.

amanāpa [adj.] detesful.

amanussa [m.] 1. a demon; a ghost; 2. a deity.

amama [adj.] unselfish; free from longing.

amara [adj.] immortal; deathless. (m.), a deity. || amarā (f.), an eel.

amarāvikkhepa [m.] struggle of an eel.

amala [adj.] pure; stainless; faultless.

amātāpitika [adj.] parentless; an orphan.

amānusa [adj.] non-human.

amānusika [adj.] non-human.

amāmaka [adj.] unselfish; free from longing.

amāvasī [f.] new-moon day.

amita [adj.] boundless; immeasurable.

amitābha [adj.] of boundless lustre.

amitta [m.] enemy.

amilāta [adj.] not withered. || amilātā (f.), a medicinal plant, aloe vulgaris.

amissa [adj.] unmixed.

amu [pron.] such and such.

amucchita [adj.] not infatuated; not greedy.

amutra [adj.] in such and such a place.

amogha [adj.] not empty; not futile.

amoha [m.] wisdom.

amba [m.] mango tree. (nt.), mango fruit. || ambā (f.), mother.

ambaṅkura [m.] sprout of a mango.

ambapakka [nt.] ripe mango.

ambapāna [nt.] a syrup made from mangoes.

ambapiṇḍī [f.] a bunch of mangoes.

ambara [nt.] 1. a cloth; 2. the sky.

ambalaṭṭhikā [f.] a mango plant.

ambavana [nt.] a mango grove.

ambasaṇḍa [m.] a mango grove.

ambila [adj.] sour. (m.), sour taste; acid.

ambu [nt.] water.

ambucārī [m.] a fish.

ambuja [adj.] aquatic. (nt.), a lotus. (m.), a fish.

ambujjinī [f.] lotus pond.

ambuda [m.] a cloud.

ambudhara [m.] a cloud.

ambho [nt.] hollo! hey! (a particle employed to draw attention).

ammaṇa [nt.] a standard measure of grain, which is about five bushels.

ammā [f.] mother. (Vocative amma is often used to address a girl or a daughter).

amha [plu. of amhi] we are. (personal pron.), I, we. = amhi (1st. sing. of as, to be) I am. || amhā (plu. of amhi), we are.

amhi [1st. sing. of as, to be] I am.

aya [m.] income. (m.; nt.), iron. || āya (m.), income; profit.

ayaṃ [(nom. sing. of ima), m.; f.] this person.

ayakapāla [m.] a lid or pan made of iron.

ayathā [ind.] false. (Found in cpds. such as ayathābhāva = unreality).

ayana [nt.] path.

ayasa [m.; nt.] ill repute; disgrace. || āyasa (adj.), made of iron. āyāsa (m.), trouble; sorrow.

ayira [m.] gentleman; lord; master. (adj.), noble.

ayiraka [m.] gentleman; lord; master. (adj.), noble.

ayutta [adj.] inappropriate. (nt.), injustice. || āyutta (pp. of āyuñjati), yoked; connected with; devoted to.

ayo : (aya becomes ayo in cpds.)

ayokūṭa [m.] iron hammer.

ayokhīla [nt.] iron stake.

ayoguḷa [m.] iron ball.

ayogga [adj.] unfit; not suitable.

ayoghana [nt.] iron club.

ayojjha [adj.] unconquerable.

ayodāma [m.] iron chain.

ayoniso [adv.] improperly; injudiciously.

ayomaya [adj.] made of iron.

ayosaṅku [m.] iron spike.

ayya [m.] gentleman; lord; master. (adj.), noble. || ayyā (f.), mistress; lady.

ayyaka [m.] grandfather. || ayyakā (f.), grandmother.

ayyaputta [m.] master’s son.

ayyikā [f.] grandmother.

ara [nt.] spoke of a wheel. || āra (m.), a needle. ārā (f.), an awl. (ind.), away or far from; remote.

arakkhiya [adj.] not to be guarded.

araja [adj.] free from dust or impurity.

arañjara [m.] a big jar; gallipot.

arañña [nt.] forest. || āragga (nt.), the point of a needle or an awl.

araññaka [adj.] belonging to or living in a forest. || āraññaka (adj.), belonging to or living in a forest.

araññagata [adj.] gone to a forest.

araññavāsa [m.] dwelling in a forest.

araññavihāra [m.] forest hermitage.

araññānī [f.] a big forest.

araññāyatana [nt.] forest haunt.

araṇa [adj.] peaceful; passionless.

araṇi [f.] a piece of wood for kindling fire by friction.

araṇimathana [nt.] rubbing of two sticks in order to kindle fire.

araṇisahita [nt.] the upper stick for friction.

arati [f.] non-attachment; aversion. || ārati (f.), abstinence; leaving off.

aravinda [nt.] a lotus.

araha [adj.] worthy of; deserving.

arahati [rah + a] is worthy of; deserves.

arahatta [nt.] state of an arahant; final emancipation; the highest stage of the Path; sainthood.

arahattaphala [nt.] final emancipation.

arahattamagga [m.] the path to emancipation.

arahaddhaja [m.] monks’ yellow robe.

arahanta [m.] one who has attained the Summum Bonum.

ari [m.] enemy.

ariñcamāna [adj.] not giving up; pursuing earnestly.

ariṭṭha [adj.] cruel; unlucky. (m.), 1. a crow; 2. nimb tree: 3. soapberry tree. (nt.), medicinal spirit.

aritta [nt.] a rudder. (adj.), not empty or futile.

arindama [3] tamer of enemies; a conqueror.

ariya [adj.] noble; distinguished. (m.), a noble man; one who has attained higher knowledge.

ariyakanta [adj.] agreeable to the Ariyas.

ariyadhana [nt.] sublime treasure of the Ariyas.

ariyadhamma [m.] noble practice.

ariyapatha [m.] deportment; four postures, viz: walking; standing; sitting, and lying down.

ariyapuggala [m.] one who has attained higher wisdom.

ariyamagga [m.] the path to attain higher wisdom.

ariyasacca [nt.] an established fact; noble truth.

ariyasāvaka [m.] disciple of the noble ones.

ariyūpavāda [m.] insulting a saint.

arivatti [aor. of parivattati] turned round; rolled; changed about.

arisa [nt.] haemorrhoids; piles.

aru [nt.] an old wound; a sore.

arukā [f.] an old wound; a sore.

arukāya [m.] heap of sores.

aruṇa [m.] 1. the dawn; 2. ruddy colour. (adj.), reddish.

aruṇavaṇṇa [adj.] of the reddish colour.

aruṇuggamana [nt.] appearance of the reddish colour before sunrise.

arupakka [adj.] decaying with sores.

aruvaṇṇa [m.] of the reddish colour.

arūpa [adj.] formless; incorporeal; non-substantial.

arūpakāyika [adj.] belonging to the formless beings.

arūpabhava [m.] formless existence.

arūpaloka [m.] the world of the formless.

arūpāvacara [adj.] belonging to the realm of arūpins.

arūpī [m.] the formless being.

are [ind.] he! hollo! I say!

aroga [adj.] healthy; void of sickness.

arogabhāva [m.] health; sicklessness.

ala [m.; nt.] claw of a crab, etc.

alaṃ [ind.] enough! have done with! stop! (adj.), able; suitable.

alaṃkammaniya [adj.] fit for the purpose.

alaṃpateyyā [f.] a woman of marriageable age. (adj.), grown enough to be married.

alaṃvacanīyā [f.] 1. a woman who is able to understand what other say; 2. inexhortable.

alakka [m.] a rabid dog.

alakkhika [adj.] unlucky; unfortunate.

alakkhī [f.] misfortune; bad luck.

alagadda [m.] snake.

alagga [adj.] not stuck or attached.

alaggana [nt.] non-attached.

alaṅkata [pp. of alaṅkaroti] decorated. (adj.), done up.

alaṅkaraṇa [nt.] 1. decoration; 2. doing up.

alaṅkaroti [alaṃ + kar + o] adorns; decorates.

alaṅkāra [m.] 1. decoration; 2. an ornament.

alajjī [adj.] shameless; not afraid of sin.

alattaka [nt.] lac.

alattakata [adj.] lacquered; varnished with lac.

alambara [m.] a kind of drum.

alasa [adj.] idle; lazy.

alasaka [nt.] indigestion.

alasatā [f.] sloth; laziness.

alāta [nt.] firebrand.

alāpu [nt.] long white gourd.

alābu [nt.] long white gourd.

alābha [m.] loss; missing of gain.

ali [m.] 1. a bee; 2. a scorpion. || āli (f.), a dike; embankment.

alika [nt.] lie; falsehood.

alimpesi [aor. of ālimpeti] 1. smeared; anointed; 2. set fire to.

alīna [adj.] not sluggish; active.

aluddha [adj.] generous; liberal.

alobha [m.] disinterestedness.

alola [adj.] not covetous or distracted by desires. || āloḷa (m.), agitation; confusion; uproar.

alolupa [adj.] not covetous or distracted by desires.

alkkhika [nt.; adj.] misfortune; bad luck.

alla [adj.] moist; wet; green; fresh.

allakesa [adj.] with wet hair.

alladāru [nt.] green wood.

allavattha [adj.] with wet clothes.

allasira [adj.] with a wet head.

allāpa [m.] conversation.

allīna [pp. of allīyati] stuck; slung. (adj.), clinging.

allīyati [ā + lī + ya] clings; sticks to.

allīyana [nt.] sticking; clinging.

avaṃsira [adj.] head downward; headlong.

avakaḍḍhati [va + kaḍḍh + a] draws back.

avakaḍḍhana [nt.] drawing away or back.

avakaḍḍhi [aor. of avakaḍḍhati] drew back.

avakaḍḍhita [pp. of avakaḍḍhati] pulled down; dragged away.

avakassati [va + kas + a] draws back.

avakārakaṃ [adv.] scattering about.

avakāsa [m.] chance; room; opportunity.

avakirati [va + kir + a] pours down; throws out; scatters.

avakiri [aor. of avakirati] poured down; threw out; scattered.

avakiriya [abs. of avakirati] having scattered or thrown away.

avakujja [adj.] face downward; bent over.

avakkanta [pp. of avakkamati] beset with; overwhelmed by.

avakkanti [f.] entry.

avakkamati [va + kam + a] enters; overwhelms.

avakkami [aor. of avakkamati] entered; overwhelmed.

avakkamma [abs. of avakkamati] having entered or moved aside.

avakkāpāti [f.] a slop basin.

avakkāra [m.] 1. throwing away; 2. refuse.

avakkārapāti [f.] a slop basin.

avakkhitta [pp. of avakkhipati] thrown down; dropped; casted down.

avakkhipati [va + khip + a] throws down; drops; casts down.

avakkhipana [nt.] putting or throwing down.

avakkhipi [aor. of avakkhipati] threw down; dropped; casted down.

avagacchati [va + gam + a] attains; obtains; understands.

avagacchi [aor. of avagacchati] attained; obtained; understood.

avagaṇḍakāra [m.] stuffing of the cheeks with food.

avagata [pp. of avagacchati] attained; obtained; understood.

avagāḷha [pp. of avagāhati] plunged into; entered.

avagāha [m.] plunging into; entering.

avagāhati [va + gāh + a] plunges into; enters.

avagāhana [nt.] plunging into; entering.

avagāhi [aor. of avagāhati] plunged into; entered.

avaca [1st. sing. (aor. of vac.)] he said. (adj.) low. (only in combination uccāvacā = high and low.).

avacanīya [adj.] not to be admonished.

avacara [adj.] moving in; frequenting.

avacaraka [3] a spy; of bad character.

avacaraṇa [nt.] behaviour; occupation; dealing.

avajāta [adj.] illegitimate; lowborn.

avajānana [nt.] contempt; despising.

avajānāti [va + ñā + nā] despises.

avajāni [aor. of avajānāti] despised.

avajita [pp. of avajināti] defeated; reconquered.

avajināti [va + ji + nā] defeats; reconquers.

avajini [aor. of avajināti] defeated; reconquered.

avajīyati [va + ji + ya] is diminished or undone.

avajja [adj.] unblameable; faultless.

avajjha [adj.] not to be killed or punished.

avaññā [f.] contempt; disrespect.

avaññāta [pp. of avajānāti] despised.

avaṭṭhāna [nt.] position; posture.

avaṭṭhiti [f.] position; posture.

avaḍdhi [f.] decay; loss.

avaṇṇa [m.] blame; disrepute.

avataṃsa [m.] a garland for the crest.

avataraṇa [nt.] descending; entering; plunging into.

avatarati [va + tar + a] descends; enters; plunges into.

avatari [aor. of avatarati] descended; entered; plunged into.

avatāra [m.] descending; entering; plunging into.

avatiṇṇa [pp. of avatarati] fallen into; affected with.

avatthaṭa [pp. of avattharati.] covered over; overpowered.

avattharaṇa [nt.] 1. an array; 2. covering over; 3. overpower.

avattharati [ava + thar + a] covers over; overpowers.

avatthari [aor. of avattharati] covered over; overpowered.

avadāta [adj.] white; clean.

avadhāraṇa [nt.] emphasis; selection.

avadhārita [pp. of avadhāreti] selected; affirmed.

avadhāreti [va + dhar + e] selects; affirms.

avadhāresi [aor. of avadhāreti] selected; affirmed.

avadhi [m.] boundary; limit.

avanati [f.] stooping; bending.

avani [f.] the earth.

avabujjhati [va + budh + ya] understands.

avabujjhana [nt.] knowledge; understanding.

avabujjhi [aor. of avabujjhati] understood.

avabodha [m.] knowledge; understanding.

avabodheti [va + budh + e] makes perceive.

avabhāsa [m.] light; appearance.

avabhāsati [va + bhās + a] shines.

avabhāsi [aor. of avabhāsati] shone.

avabhāsita [pp. of avabhāsati] resplendent; lit with, shone.

avamaṅgala [nt.] bad luck; ill omen. (adj.) unlucky.

avamaññati [va + man + ya] slights; despises.

avamaññanā [f.] contempt; disregard; disrespect.

avamaññi [aor. of avamaññati] slight; despised.

avamata [pp. of avamāneti] despised; disrespected.

avamāna [m.] contempt; disregard; disrespect.

avamānana [nt.] contempt; disregard; disrespect.

avamānita [pp. of avamāneti] despised; disrespected.

avamāneti [va + man + e] despises; disrespects.

avamānesi [aor. of avamāneti] despised; disrespected.

avayava [m.] limb; a part; a constituent.

avaruddha [pp. of avarundhati] put under restraint; besieged; imprisoned.

avarundhati [va + rudh + ṃ-a] puts under restraint; besieges; imprisons.

avarundhi [aor. of avarundhati] put under restraint; besieged; imprisoned.

avarodhaka [m.] obstructor.

avarodhana [m.] obstructor.

avalakkhaṇa [adj.] ugly; having unlucky signs.

avalambati [ava + lab + ṃ-a] hangs down.

avalambana [nt.] 1. hanging down; 2. help.

avalambi [aor. of avalambati] hung down.

avalambita [pp. of avalambati] hung down.

avalikhati [ava + likh + a] scrapes off; cuts into slices.

avalikhi [aor. of avalikhati] scraped off; cut into slices.

avalitta [pp. of avalimpati] smeared with; plastered.

avalimpati [ava + lip + ṃ-a] smears with; plasters.

avalimpi [aor. of avalimpati] smeared with; plastered.

avalekhana [nt.] scraping off.

avalekhanakaṭṭha [nt.] bamboo stripes used for scraping.

avalepana [nt.] smearing; plastering.

avalehana [nt.] licking.

avasaṭa [pp. of avasarati] went down; to arrived.

avasara [m.] chance

avasarati [ava + sar + a] goes down; arrives.

avasari [aor. of avasarati] went down; to arrived.

avasāna [nt.] the end; conclusion; cessation.

avasiñcati [va + sic + ṃ-a] pours over; sprinkles.

avasiñci [aor. of avasiñcati] poured over; sprinkled.

avasiṭṭha [pp. of avasissati] remaining; left over.

avasitta [pp. of avasiñcati] poured over; sprinkled.

avasissati [va + sis + ya] is left over; remains over.

avasissi [aor. of avasissati] was left over; remained over.

avasussati [va + sus + ya] dries up; withers.

avasussana [nt.] drying up; withering.

avasussi [aor. of avasussati] dried up; withered.

avasesa [nt.] remainder. (adj.) remaining.

avasesaka [nt.] what is left over.

avassaṃ [adv.] inevitably.

avassaya [m.] support; help.

avassayati : see avasseti.

avassayi [aor. of avasseti] leaned against; depended on.

avassika [adj.] newly ordained; having no years to count after one’s ordination.

avassita [pp. of avasseti] leaned against; depended on.

avassuta [adj.] filled with desire; lustful.

avasseti [va + si + e] leans against; depends on.

avassesa [nt.; adj.] nt. remainder. adj. remaining.

avahaṭa [pp. of avaharati] stole; taken away.

avaharaṇa [m.] theft; removal.

avaharati [va + har + a] steals; takes away.

avahari [aor. of avaharati] stole; took away.

avahasati [va + has + a] derides; laughs at.

avahasi [aor. of avahasati] derided; laughed at.

avahāra [nt.] theft; removal.

avahīyati : see ohīyati.

avāpuraṇa [nt.] a key.

avāpurati [va + ā + pur + a] opens.

avāpuri [aor. of avāpurati] opened.

avāpurīyati [v.] is opened.

avikampī [m.] one who is calm or unmoved.

avikkhepa [m.] calmness; balance of the mind.

aviggaha [m.] the body-less, i.e. the god of love.

avijjamāna [adj.] not existing.

avijjā [f.] ignorance.

avijjogha [m.] the stream of ignorance.

aviññāṇaka [adj.] senseless.

aviññāta [adj.] not known.

avidita [adj.] unknown.

avidūra [adj.] near; not far. (nt.) neighbourhood.

aviddasu [m.] a fool.

avinibbhoga [adj.] indistinct; that cannot be separated.

avinīta [adj.] untrained; uneducated.

avippavāsa [m.] presence; attention; non-separation.

avibhūta [adj.] not clear or distinct.

aviruddha [adj.] not contrary; friendly.

avirūḷha [adj.] not grown or spread.

avirūḷhi [f.] 1. non-growth; 2. cessation of rebirth.

avirodha [m.] absence of opposition.

avilambitaṃ [adv.] quickly; without delay.

avivayha [adj.] 1. difficult to bear; 2. unfit to be married.

avisaṃvāda [m.] truth.

avisaṃvādaka [adj.] one who speaks truth.

avisaṃvādī [adj.] one who speaks truth.

avisesaṃ [adj.] alike.

avihiṃsā [f.] humanity; absence of cruelty.

avihita [adj.] not done; not performed.

aviheṭhaka [adj.] not hurting or harassing.

aviheṭhana [nt.] non-hurting.

avīci [adj.] waveless. (f.) one of the great hells.

avīta [adj.] not free from.

avītikkama [m.] non-transgression.

avuṭṭhika [adj.] rainless

avekkhati [va + ikkh + a] looks at; considers.

avekkhana [nt.] looking at; consideration.

avekkhi [aor. of avekkhati] looked at; considered.

avekkhita [pp. of avekkhati] looked at; considered.

aveca [abs.] having known.

avecca [adv.] certainly; definitely; absolutely; perfectly; having known.

aveccapasāda [m.] perfect faith.

avebhaṅgiya [adj.] not to be distributed.

avera [adj.] friendly. (nt.) kindness.

averī [adj.] free from enmity.

avelā [f.] improper time. || āvelā (f.), a garland for the head; chaplet.

avoca [1st. sing. (aor. of vac.)] he said.

avyatta [adj.] 1. not manifest; 2. not learned.

avyaya [nt.] indeclinable particle; absence of loss.

avyayena [adv.] without any expenditure.

avyākata [adj.] not designated.

avyāpajjha [adj.] free from oppression or suffering.

avyāpāda [m.] freedom from malice.

avyāvaṭa [adj.] not occupied; not worrying.

avyībhāva [m.] the compound which has an indeclinable as its member.

avhaya [m.] name; calling. (adj.) (in cpds.) having the name of.

avhayati [ā + vhe + a] calls upon; invokes; appeals to.

avhayi [aor. of. avhāti] called; addressed; summoned.

avhāta [pp. of avhāti] called; addressed; summoned; named.

avhāti [ā + vhā + a] calls; addresses; summons.

avhāna [nt.] name; calling.

avheti : see avhāti.

asaṃvāsa [adj.] unfit to associate.

asaṃvuta [aor. of asaṃvuṇāti] not closed; unrestricted.

asaṃsaṭṭha [adj.] unmixed.

asaṃhārima [adj.] immovable.

asaṃhīra [adj.] unshakable; unconquerable.

asakiṃ [adv.] more than once.

asakka [adj.] unable; impossible.

asakki [aor. of osakkati] drew back; lagged behind; retreated.

asakkuṇeyya [adj.] unable; impossible.

asakkonta [adj.] unable; impossible.

asakkhi [aor.] was able.

asakkhimāna [aor. of sakkoti] was able.

asaṅkiṇṇa [adj.] unmixed; not crowded.

asaṅkiliṭṭha [adj.] not stained.

asaṅkhata [adj.] unconditioned; unprepared.

asaṅkhatadhātu [f.] the unconditioned state.

asaṅkheyya [adj.] incalculable. (nt.), the highest numerical written with 141 ciphers.

asaṅga [m.] non-attachment.

asacca [nt.] falsehood. (adj.) false; not true.

asajjamāna [adj.] not touching with; not clinging.

asañña [adj.] unconscious.

asaññata [na + saṃyata] unrestrained; intemperate.

asaññabhava [m.] unconscious sphere.

asaññī [adj.] unconscious.

asaṭha [adj.] honest; not fraudulent.

asaṇṭhita [adj.] not firm; not well established; unsettled.

asati [as + a] eats. || āsati (ās + a), sits.

asatiyā [adv.] unintentionally.

asatta [adj.] non-attached. || āsatta (pp. of āsajjati), 1. attached to; clinging; 2. accursed.

asadisa [adj.] incomparable; matchless. || asādisa (adj.), incomparable; matchless.

asaddhamma [m.] 1. misconduct; sin; 2. sexual intercourse.

asana [nt.] 1. eating; 2. food; 3. an arrow. (m.) the tree Pentaptera Tomentosa. || āsana (nt.), a seat; sitting down.

asani [f.] thunderbolt.

asanipāta [m.] falling of a thunderbolt.

asanta [adj.] non-existing; the wicked.

asantasanta [adj.] not trembling; fearless.

asantāsī [adj.] not trembling; fearless.

asantuṭṭha [adj.] unhappy; not pleased with.

asantuṭṭhi [f.] displeasure; dissatisfaction.

asanthava [adj.] without a companion.

asapatta [nt.] without enmity; peaceful.

asappāya [adj.] not beneficial or agreeable.

asappurisa [m.] a wicked person.

asabala [adj.] spotless.

asabbha [adj.] impolite; vile. (nt.) vulgar language.

asabha [adj.] bull-like, i.e. of strong and eminent qualities.

asama [adj.] unequal; matchless.

asamasama [adj.] equal to the matchless.

asamāna [adj.] unequal.

asamāhita [adj.] not composed.

asamekkhakārī [m.] a hasty person.

asampakampiya [adj.] not to be shaken.

asampatta [adj.] not confused (in mind).

asammosa [m.] absence of confusion.

asammoha [m.] absence of confusion.

asayaṃvasī [adj.] not under one’s own control.

asayha [adj.] unbearable.

asaraṇa [adj.] helpless.

asahana [nt.] non-endurance.

asahamāna [pr.p.] not enduring.

asahaya [adj.] lonely; friendless.

asāta [adj.] disagreeable. (nt.) pain; suffering.

asādu [adj.] of bad taste; disagreeable. (nt.) wrong action.

asādhāraṇa [adj.] uncommon.

asāra [adj.] worthless; sapless; vain.

asāraddha [adj.] not excited; cool.

asāhasa [adj.] not violent; meek.

asi [m.] sword. || āsi (3rd sing. aor. of as), he was. (aor. of āsati), sat. āsī (f.), blessing; fang of a snake.

asiggāhaka [m.] sword-bearer (of a king).

asicamma [nt.] sword and shield.

asita [(na + sita) adj.] black. (nt.) 1. food; 2. a sickle. (pp. of asati or asnāti:) eaten.

asithila [adj.] stiff; not loose.

asidhārā [f.] the edge of a sword.

asipatta [nt.] blade of a sword.

asissaṃ [v.] I shall eat.

asissāmi [v.] (I) shall eat.

asīti [adj.] eighty.

asītima [adj.] eightieth.

asu [adj.] such and such. || āsu (ind.), quickly.

asuka [adj.] such and such.

asuci [m.] dirt; excrement; dung; semen. (adj.) impure; unclean.

asuddha [adj.] unclean.

asundara [adj.] ugly; improper.

asubha [adj.] unpleasant; ugly. (nt.) a corpse.

asura [m.] a Titan; an Assirian. || asūra (adj.), cowardly or sluggish (person).

asurakāya [m.] the nation or an assembly of Asuras.

asurinda [m.] the king of Asuras.

asekkha [adj.] one who does not require any further training. (m.) an Arahant.

asekha [adj.] one who does not require any further training. (m.) an Arahant.

asecanaka [adj.] full and delicious in itself.

asevanā [f.] non-association. || āsevanā (f.), practice; pursuit; association.

asesa [adj.] entire; all.

asesaṃ [adv.] fully; entirely.

asesi [aor. of asati] ate.

asoka [adj.] free from sorrow. (m.) the tree Jonesia Asoka.

asobhana [adj.] ugly; improper.

asnāti [as + nā] eats.

asmā [m.] a stone.

asmi [1st sing. of as] I am.

asmimāna [m.] the pride of self; egotism.

assa [3rd sing. potential] may be. (Dat. and Gen. sing. of ima:) to this; of this. (m.), 1. a horse; 2. a corner. || assā (f.), a mare. (Dat. and Gen. sing. of ima:) to her; of her.

assaka [m.] penniless. (adj.), having nothing as one’s own.

assakaṇṇa [m.] 1. Sal tree; 2. name of a mountain.

assakhaluṅka [m.] inferior horse.

assagopaka [m.] a groom.

assatara [m.] a mule.

assattha [pp. of assādeti] comforted; consoled. (m.), the holy fig tree Ficus Religiosa.

assatthara [m.] covering for a horse.

assadamaka [m.] horse-trainer.

assadamma [m.] a horse to be trained.

assaddha [adj.] faithless; unbelieving.

assaddhiya [nt.] disbelief.

assapotaka [m.] a colt or foal.

assabandha [m.] a groom.

assabhaṇḍaka [nt.] horse-trappings.

assama [m.] hermitage.

assamaṇa [m.] a bogus monk; one who has fallen from the monkshood.

assamaṇḍala [nt.] racing ground for horses.

assamapala [m.] site of a hermitage.

assamedha [m.] horse-sacrifice.

assayuja [m.] name of a month, October-November.

assaratha [m.] horse-carriage.

assava [adj.] loyal; attentive. (m.) flow; pus.

assavaṇatā [f.] inattention.

assavanīya [adj.] not pleasant to hear.

assavāṇija [m.] horse-dealer.

assasati [ā + sas + a] breathes; inhales.

assasālā [f.] stable.

assasenā [m.] cavalry.

assājānīya [m.] a horse of good breed.

assāda [m.] taste; enjoyment; satisfaction.

assādanā [f.] taste; enjoyment; satisfaction.

assādeti [ā + sad + e] tastes; enjoys.

assādesi [aor. of assādeti] tasted; enjoyed.

assāroha [m.] jockey; a rider.

assāsa [m.] 1. inhalation; 2. comfort; consolation.

assāsaka [adj.] that which brings comfort or consolation.

assāseti [ā + sas + e] consoles; comforts.

assāsesi [aor. of assāsesi] consoled; comforted.

assu [nt.] tears. (ind.), a particle used in emphatic sense. (3rd. plu. Potential:) may be.

assuta [adj.] unheard.

assutavantu [adj.] ignorant; one who has no learning.

assudhārā [f.] shower of tears.

assumukha [adj.] with a tearful face.

assumocana [nt.] shedding of tears.

assosi [aor.] heard.

aha [nt.] day. Followed by an other word in cpds. it takes the form aho, as in ahoratta. || āha (3rd sind. of pret.), he has said.

ahaṃ [nom. sing. of amha] I.

ahaṃkāra [m.] egotism; arrogance.

ahacca [adj.] removable. (abs. of ahanati) having knocked or touched.

ahata [adj.] new; not spoiled. || āhata (pp. of āhanati), struck; affected with; afflicted. āhaṭa (pp. of āharati) brought.

ahaha [intj.] exclamation of woe. (nt.), an immense number. (m.), name of a purgatory.

ahāriya [adj.] immovable.

ahāsi [aor.] carried; took by force.

ahi [m.] snake; serpent.

ahiṃsā [f.] non-hurting.

ahiguṇṭhika [m.] snake-catcher.

ahicchattaka [m.] a mushroom.

ahita [nt.] harm; unkindliness. (adj.) harmful. || āhita (pp.), 1. put in; put up; 2. kindled.

ahituṇḍika [m.] snake-catcher.

ahipheṇa [nt.] opium.

ahirika [adj.] shameless. (nt.) shamelessness.

ahivātakaroga [m.] buboenic plague.

ahīnindriya [adj.] not defective of any sense-organ.

ahugaliya [nt.] loud laughter.

ahetuka [adj.] groundless; causeless.

aho [ind.] exclamation of surprise or consternation.

ahoratta [nt.] day and night.

ahosi [aor. of hoti] existed; was.

ahosikamma [nt.] an act of thought which has no longer any potential force.

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