Addaka to adhana

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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.