Ayacaka to ayoga

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āyācaka : [adj.] petitioner; applicant.

āyācati : [ā + yāc + a] requests; implores.

āyācana : [nt.] request; application. || āyācanā (f.), request; application.

āyācamāna : [adj.] imploring.

āyāci : [aor. of āyācati] requested; implored.

āyācita : [pp. of āyācati] requested; implored.

āyāma : [m.] length. (adj.) (in cpds.) having the length of.

āyu : [nt.] age.

āyuka : [adj.] having the age of.

āyukappa : [m.] duration of life.

āyukkhaya : [m.] consummation of life.

āyuttaka : [m.] an agent; trustee.

āyudha : [nt.] weapon.

āyusaṅkhaya : [m.] exhaustion of life.

āyusaṅkhāra : [m.] vital principle; length of life.

āyūhaka : [adj.] active; one who strives or collects.

āyūhati : [ā + yūh + a] 1. strives; 2. accumulates; 3. swims.

āyūhana : [nt.] 1. striving; 2. accumulation.

āyūhi : [aor. of āyūhati] 1. strived; 2. accumulated; 3. swam.

āyūhita : [pp. of āyūhati] 1. strived; 2. accumulated; 3. swum.

āyoga : [m.] 1. devotion to; 2. exertion; 3. bandage.