Avapa to avisati

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āvāpa : [m.] potter's furnace; an oven.

āvāsa : [m.] home; dwelling place.

āvāsika : [adj.] resident.

āvi : [ind.] openly; before one's eyes.

āvijjhati : [ā + vij + ya] 1. encircles; goes round; whirls round; 2. pierces through.

āvijjhana : [nt.] going to whirling round.

āvijjhi : [aor. of āvijjhati] 1. encircled; went round; whirled round; 2. pierced through.

āviñjati : [ā + vij + ṃ-a] 1. pulls as in milking; 2. churns; agitates.

āviñjanaka : [adj.] 1. swinging round; 2. hanging loose; 3. used for pulling.

āviñjanakanaṭṭhāna : [nt.] place outside the door where the rope is hanging with which the latch inside is to be raised.

āviñjanakarajju : [f.] 1. the rope to raise a latch; 2. whirling rope used in churning milk.

āviñji : [aor. of āviñjati] 1. pulled as in milking; 2. churned; agitated.

āviṭṭha : [pp. of āvisati] entered; approached; was possessed by a spirit.

āviddha : [pp. of āvijjhati] 1. encircled; went round; whirled round; 2. pierced through.

āvila : [adj.] 1. stirred up; agitated; 2. dirty.

āvilatta : [nt.] state of being agitated or dirty.

āvisati : [ā + vis + a] 1. enters; approaches; 2. is possessed by a spirit.