Bahira to bila

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bāhira : [adj.] external; outer; foreign. (nt.), outside.

bāhiraka : [adj.] of another faith; outsider.

bāhirakapabbajjā : [f.] the ascetic life other than that of Buddhist monks.

bāhiratta : [nt.] eternality.

bāhujañña : [adj.] belonging to the public.

bāhulika : [adj.] living in abundance.

bāhulla : [nt.] abundance; luxurious living.

bāhullaya : [nt.] abundance; luxurious living.

bāhusacca : [nt.] great learning.

bāheti : [vah + e] keeps away; wards off; removes.

bāhetvā : [abs. of bāheti] having kept away; having warded off; having removed.

bāhesi : [aor. of bāheti] kept away; warded off; removed.

bidala : [nt.] a split pea or bamboo; a lath.

bindu : [nt.] a drop; a dot; a trifle.

bindumatta : [adj.] as much as a drop.

bindumattaṃ : [adv.] only a drop.

bimba : [nt.] an image; figure; the disk (of the sun or moon). || bimbā (f.) name of the Prince Siddharth's wife.

bimbikā : [f.] the creeper brayonia grandis, which produces red oval fruits.

bimbī : [f.] the creeper brayonia grandis, which produces red oval fruits.

bila : [nt.] a den; a hole; a portion.