Bandhapita to balada

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bandhāpita : [pp. of bandhāpeti] caused to be bound or fettered.

bandhāpeti : [caus. of bandhati] causes to be bound or fettered.

bandhāpesi : [aor. of bandhāpeti] caused to be bound or fettered.

bandhi : [aor. of bandhati] combined; united.

bandhitabba : [pt.p. of bandhati] should be combined; should be united.

bandhituṃ : [inf. of bandhati] to combine; to unite; to capture.

bandhitvā : [abs. of bandhati] having combined; having united.

bandhiya : [abs. of bandhati] having combined; having united.

bandhu : [m.] kinsman; relative; relation.

bandhujīvaka : [m.] the China-rose plant.

bandhumantu : [adj.] having relatives; rich in kinsmen.

babbaja : [nt.] the fragrant root of the Andropogon Muricatus.

babbu : [m.] a cat.

babbuka : [m.] a cat.

baraṇaseyyaka : [adj.] made in or coming from Benares.

barihisa : [nt.] Kusa-grass.

bala : [nt.] strength; power; force; an army; military force. || bāla (adj.) young in years; ignorant; foolish. (m.) a child; a fool. bālā (f.) a girl.

balakāya : [m.] an army.

balakoṭṭhaka : [nt.] a stronghold; fortress.

balakkāra : [m.] violence; application of force.

balattha : [m.] a soldier; member of an army. || balaṭṭha (m.) a soldier; member of an army.

balada : [adj.] strength-giving; bestowal of power.