Akkanta to akkhaka

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akkanta : [pp. of akkamati] 1. stepped upon; trodden; 2. subdued.

akkandati : [ā + kand + a] wails, cries.

akkandana : [nt.] wailing.

akkandi : [aor. of akkandati] wailed, cried.

akkamati : [ā + kam + a] steps or treads upon; subjugates.

akkamana : [nt.] 1. stepping or treading upon; 2. subjugation.

akkami : [aor. of akkamati] stepped; subjugated.

akkamma : [abs.] having trodden upon.

akkuṭṭha : [pp. of akkosati] abused; reviled; scolded.

akkocchi : [aor. of akkosati] abused; reviled; scolded.

akkosa : [m.] insult; abuse; reproach.

akkosaka : [m.] one who insults.

akkosati : [ā + kus + a] abuses; reviles; scolds.

akkosana : [nt.] abuse.

akkosi : [aor. of akkosati] abused; reviled; scolded.

akkositvā : [abs. of akkosati] having abused; having reviled; having scolded.

akkha : [nt.] sense organ. (m.), axle; dice; beleric myrobalan; a measurement equal to 20 grains. (akkha in the cpds. such as visālakkha, sahasakkha is from the stem akkhi = eye).

akkhaka : [nt.] collar-bone.