Arambha to arava

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ārambha : [m.] 1. the beginning; 2. attempt.

ārammaṇa : [nt.] a sense-object.

ārācārī : [3] living far from.

ārādhaka : [m.] one who invites or propitiates.

ārādhanā : [f.] invitation; accomplishment; winning of favour.

ārādhita : [pp. of ārādheti] invited; pleased; won favour; obtained.

ārādheti : [ā + rādh + e] invites; pleases; wins favour; obtains.

ārādhetvā : [abs. of ārādheti] having invited; pleased; won favour; obtained.

ārādhesi : [aor. of ārādheti] invited; pleased; won favour; obtained.

ārāma : [m.] 1. pleasure; delight; 2. a park; 3. a monastery.

ārāmakoṭṭhaka : [m.] gate-tower of a monastery.

ārāmacetiya : [nt.] a sacred garden.

ārāmatā : [f.] attachment.

ārāmapāla : [m.] keeper of a park.

ārāmarāmaṇeyyaka : [nt.] a pleasant grove.

ārāmaropa : [m.] a planter.

ārāmavatthu : [nt.] site for a garden.

ārāmika : [m.] an attendant in a monastery. (adj.) belonging to a monastery.

ārāva : [m.] cry; noise.