Adaka to adda

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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.