Amoda to ayaga

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āmoda : [m.] 1. pleasure; 2. strong fragrance.

āmodati : [ā + mud + a] rejoices.

āmodanā : [f.] rejoicing.

āmodamāna : [adj.] glad; joyful; rejoicing.

āmodi : [aor. of āmodati] rejoiced.

āmodita : [pp. of āmodati] rejoiced.

āmodeti : [ā + mud + e] gladdens.

āmodesi : [aor. of āmodeti] gladdened.

āyakammika : [m.] collector of income.

āyakosalla : [nt.] cleverness to increase one's income.

āyacikā : [f.] a woman who requests.

āyata : [adj.] long; extended; broad. || āyāta (pp. of āyāti), come; approached.

āyatana : [nt.] sphere; region; sense-organ; position.

āyatanika : [adj.] belonging to a region.

āyati : [f.] the future. || āyāti (ā + yā + a), comes; approaches.

āyatiṃ : [adv.] in the future.

āyatika : [adj.] belonging to the future. || āyatikā (f.), a tube; water-pipe.

āyatta : [adj.] possessed; dependent on. (nt.), possession.

āyamukha : [nt.] inflow; that which brings income.

āyasmantu : [adj.] venerable. (lit. having a long life).

āyāga : [m.] a long hall.