Anumana to anurakkha

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anumāna : [m.] inference.

anumīyati : [anu + mā + ī + ya] infers; concludes.

anumīyi : [aor. of anumīyati] infered; concluded.

anumodaka : [3] one who appreciates; thanks giver.

anumodati : [anu + mud + a] rejoices in; appreciates.

anumodanā : [f.] 1. thanksgiving; appreciation; 2. transference of merit.

anumodi : [aor. of anumodati] rejoiced in; appreciated.

anumodita : [pp. of anumodati] rejoiced in; appreciated.

anumodeti : [caus. of anumodati] causes (or makes one) to rejoice or appreciate.

anuyanta : [pr.p.] following; depending on.

anuyāta : [pp. of anuyāti] followed by.

anuyāti : [anu + yā + a] follows.

anuyāyi : [aor. of anuyāti] followed. || anuyāyī (3.), a follower.

anuyuñjati : [anu + yuj + ṃ-a] engages in; questions; gives oneself up.

anuyuñji : [aor. of anuyuñjati] engaged in; questioned; gave oneself up.

anuyutta : [pp. of anuyuñjati] 1. engaged in; 2. an attendant; 3. a vassal.

anuyoga : [m.] practice of; devotion to; an inquiry or inquest.

anuyogī : [3] one who is practising or engaged in.

anurakkhaka : [adj.] protecting; protector.

anurakkhati : [anu + rakkh + a] guards; protects.

anurakkhana : [nt.] preservation; protection.

anurakkhā : [f.] guarding; protection.