Amalaka to amo

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āmalaka : [nt.] emblic myrobalan, Phyllanthus Emblica.

āmalakī : [f.] emblic myrobalan, Phyllanthus Emblica.

āmasati : [ā + mas + a] touches; pats; rubs.

āmasana : [nt.] touching; rubbing.

āmasi : [aor. of āmasati] touched; pated; rubbed.

āmasita : [pp. of āmasati] touched; pated; rubbed.

āmāsaya : [m.] stomach.

āmisa : [nt.] food; flesh; bait; gain. (adj.) material.

āmisagaru : [adj.] interested in worldly gain.

āmisadāna : [nt.] donation of requisites (i.e. food, lodging, etc).

āmuñcati : [ā + muc + ṃ-a] puts on (some attire); wears.

āmuñci : [aor. of āmuñcati] put on (some attire); wore.

āmutta : [pp. of āmuñcati] dressed or adorned with.

āmeṇḍita : [nt.] exclamation.

āmo : [ind.] yes.