Bhikkhitva to bhindi

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bhikkhitvā : [abs. of bhikkhati] having begged alms; having asked for.

bhikkhu : [m.] a Buddhist monk.

bhikkhuṇī : [f.] a Buddhist nun.

bhikkhubhāva : [m.] monkshood.

bhikkhusaṅgha : [m.] congregation of monks.

bhiṅka : [m.] a young elephant.

bhiṅkāra : [m.] a water-jug.

bhiṅsana : [adj.] horrible; dreadful; awe-inspiring.

bhiṅsanaka : [adj.] horrible; dreadful; awe-inspiring.

bhijjati : [bhid + ya] is broken or destroyed.

bhijjadhamma : [adj.] brittle; falling into ruin.

bhijjana : [nt.] breaking itself.

bhijjanadhamma : [adj.] brittle; falling into ruin.

bhijjamāna : [pr.p. of bhijjati] breaking; destroying.

bhijji : [aor. of bhijjati] broke; destroyed.

bhijjitvā : [abs. of bhijjati] having broken; having destroyed.

bhitti : [f.] a wall.

bhittipāda : [m.] the foot or foundation of a wall.

bhindati : [bhid + ṃ - a] breaks; splits; severs.

bhindana : [nt.] breaking up.

bhindanta : [pr.p. of bhindati] breaking; splitting; severing.

bhindi : [aor. of bhindati] broke; split; severed.