Ayasa to ayyika

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ayasa : [m.; nt.] ill repute; disgrace. || āyasa (adj.), made of iron. āyāsa (m.), trouble; sorrow.

ayira : [m.] gentleman; lord; master. (adj.), noble.

ayiraka : [m.] gentleman; lord; master. (adj.), noble.

ayutta : [adj.] inappropriate. (nt.), injustice. || āyutta (pp. of āyuñjati), yoked; connected with; devoted to.

ayo : (aya becomes ayo in cpds.)

ayokūṭa : [m.] iron hammer.

ayokhīla : [nt.] iron stake.

ayoguḷa : [m.] iron ball.

ayogga : [adj.] unfit; not suitable.

ayoghana : [nt.] iron club.

ayojjha : [adj.] unconquerable.

ayodāma : [m.] iron chain.

ayoniso : [adv.] improperly; injudiciously.

ayomaya : [adj.] made of iron.

ayosaṅku : [m.] iron spike.

ayya : [m.] gentleman; lord; master. (adj.), noble. || ayyā (f.), mistress; lady.

ayyaka : [m.] grandfather. || ayyakā (f.), grandmother.

ayyaputta : [m.] master's son.

ayyikā : [f.] grandmother.