Anapekkha to anakula

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anapekkha : [adj.] without expectance.

anappaka : [adj.] much; many; not trifling.

anabhāva : [(anu + abhāva), m.] utter cessation. *ana + bhāva (given in ptsd.) is not correct.

anabhirata : [adj.] not taking delight in.

anabhirati : [f.] discontent; dissatisfaction; melancholy.

anamatagga : [adj.] one whose beginning is unknown.

anaya : [m.] misfortune.

anariya : [adj.] ignoble; vulgar.

anala : [m.] fire.

analaṅkata : [adj.] 1. dissatisfied; 2. not decorated.

anavaṭṭhita : [adj.] unsettled; unsteady.

anavaya : [adj.] not lacking; complete.

anavarata : [adj.] constant.

anavarataṃ : [adv.] constantly; continually.

anavasesa : [adj.] without any remainder; complete.

anavasesaṃ : [adv.] fully; completely.

anasana : [adj.] having no consolation.

anassava : [adj.] disobedient.

anākula : [adj.] not confused or entangled.