Avassika to avijja

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avassika : [adj.] newly ordained; having no years to count after one's ordination.

avassita : [pp. of avasseti] leaned against; depended on.

avassuta : [adj.] filled with desire; lustful.

avasseti : [va + si + e] leans against; depends on.

avassesa : [nt.; adj.] nt. remainder. adj. remaining.

avahaṭa : [pp. of avaharati] stole; taken away.

avaharaṇa : [m.] theft; removal.

avaharati : [va + har + a] steals; takes away.

avahari : [aor. of avaharati] stole; took away.

avahasati : [va + has + a] derides; laughs at.

avahasi : [aor. of avahasati] derided; laughed at.

avahāra : [nt.] theft; removal.

avahīyati : see ohīyati.

avāpuraṇa : [nt.] a key.

avāpurati : [va + ā + pur + a] opens.

avāpuri : [aor. of avāpurati] opened.

avāpurīyati : [v.] is opened.

avikampī : [m.] one who is calm or unmoved.

avikkhepa : [m.] calmness; balance of the mind.

aviggaha : [m.] the body-less, i.e. the god of love.

avijjamāna : [adj.] not existing.

avijjā : [f.] ignorance.