Agamana to acaya

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āgamana : [nt.] oncoming; arrival.

āgamayamāna : [adj.] waiting for; expecting.

āgamaviruddha : [adj.] contradictory to religion.

āgami : [aor. of āgacchati] came to; approached. || āgāmī (adj.), coming; one who comes.

āgameti : [ā + gam + e] waits for; expects.

āgamesi : [aor. of āgameti] waited for; expected.

āgamma : [abs. of āgacchati] having come; owing to.

āgāmīkāla : [m.] the future.

āgāḷha : [adj.] strong; rough.

āgilāyati : [ā + gilā + ya] is wearied; aches

āgilāyi : [aor. of āgilāyati] was wearied; ached

āgu : [nt.] guilt; offence.

āgucārī : [m.] a criminal; a villain.

āghāta : [m.] 1. anger; hatred; 2. collision.

āghātana : [nt.] slaughter house; place of execution.

ācamana : [nt.] rinsing.

ācamanakumbhī : [f.] water-pitcher used for rinsing.

ācameti : [ā + cam + e] rinses; washes.

ācamesi : [aor. of ācameti] rinsed; washed.

ācaya : [m.] accumulation.