Assuta to ahita

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assuta : [adj.] unheard.

assutavantu : [adj.] ignorant; one who has no learning.

assudhārā : [f.] shower of tears.

assumukha : [adj.] with a tearful face.

assumocana : [nt.] shedding of tears.

assosi : [aor.] heard.

aha : [nt.] day. Followed by an other word in cpds. it takes the form aho, as in ahoratta. || āha (3rd sind. of pret.), he has said.

ahaṃ : [nom. sing. of amha] I.

ahaṃkāra : [m.] egotism; arrogance.

ahacca : [adj.] removable. (abs. of ahanati) having knocked or touched.

ahata : [adj.] new; not spoiled. || āhata (pp. of āhanati), struck; affected with; afflicted. āhaṭa (pp. of āharati) brought.

ahaha : [intj.] exclamation of woe. (nt.), an immense number. (m.), name of a purgatory.

ahāriya : [adj.] immovable.

ahāsi : [aor.] carried; took by force.

ahi : [m.] snake; serpent.

ahiṃsā : [f.] non-hurting.

ahiguṇṭhika : [m.] snake-catcher.

ahicchattaka : [m.] a mushroom.

ahita : [nt.] harm; unkindliness. (adj.) harmful. || āhita (pp.), 1. put in; put up; 2. kindled.