Akirati to agama

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ākirati : [a + kir + a] strews over; scatters.

ākiri : [aor. of ākirati] strewed over; scattered.

ākula : [adj.] entangled; confused.

ākulībhūta : [adj.] entangled; confused.

ākoṭana : [nt.] knocking; urging.

ākoṭita : [pp. of ākoṭeti] compressed; screened.

ākoṭeti : [ā + kuṭ + e] knocks; beats down; compresses.

ākoṭesi : [aor. of ākoṭeti] knocked; beat down; compressed.

ākhu : [m.] a rat; mouse.

ākhyā : [f.] name.

ākhyāta : [nt.] predicate; a verb.

ākhyāyikā : [f.] a story.

āga : [m.] mountain; tree.

āgacchati : [ā + gam + a] comes to; approaches.

āgacchanta : [pr.p. of āgacchati] coming; approaching.

āgacchi : [aor. of āgacchati] came to; approached.

āgata : [(pp. of āgacchati), nt.] coming.

āgatāgama : [adj.] one who has learnt the 4 collections of the Suttapiṭaka.

āgantu : [m.] one who is coming.

āgantuka : [3] guest; new-comer; stranger.

āgantukāma : [adj.] willing to come.

āgama : [m.] 1. coming; approach; 2. religion; scripture; 3. an inserted consonant.