Acarati to acita

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ācarati : [ā + cam + e] acts; practises or perform.

ācariya : [m.] teacher.

ācariyaka : [adj.] coming from the teacher.

ācariyakula : [nt.] the family or the abode of a teacher.

ācariyadhana : [nt.] teacher's fee.

ācariyamaha : [m.] the line or the ancestor of the teachers.

ācariyamuṭṭhi : [f.] special knowledge of a teacher.

ācariyavāda : [m.] traditional teaching.

ācariyānī : [f.] a woman teacher; wife of a teacher.

ācāma : [m.] the scum of boiling rice.

ācāra : [m.] conduct; behaviour; practice.

ācārakusala : [adj.] versed in good manners.

ācikkhaka : [m.] one who tells or informs.

ācikkhati : [ā + cikkh + a] tells; relates; informs.

ācikkhi : [aor. of ācikkhati] told; related; informed.

ācikkhita : [pp. of ācikkhati] told; related; informed.

ācikkhitu : [m.] one who tells or informs.

āciṇṇa : [pp. of ācināti] practised.

āciṇṇakappa : [m.] customary practice.

ācita : [pp. of ācināti] accumulated.