Atisayam to attaja

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atisāyaṃ : [adv.] late in the evening.

atisāra : [m.] 1. overstepping; 2. dysentery.

atisuṇa : [m.] rabid dog.

atisundara : [adj.] excellent.

atiharati : [ati + har + a] 1. carries over; 2. brings.

atihari : [aor. of atiharati] carried; brought.

atīta : [adj.] past; gone by. (m.), the past.

atīva : [ind.] very much.

ato : [ind.] hence; therefore.

atta : [m.] soul; oneself. || aṭṭa (nt.) 1. lawsuit; 2. watch tower; 3. a scaffold for workers. (adj.) (from aṭṭita:) grieved; afflicted.

attakāma : [m.] love of self.

attakilamatha : [m.] self-mortification.

attagutta : [adj.] self-guarded.

attagutti : [f.] self-care.

attaghañña : [nt.] self-destruction.

attaja : [adj.] proceeding from oneself. (m.), a son.