Bodhetu to brahmacari

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bodhetu : [m.] one who awakens or enlightens.

bodhetvā : [abs. of bodheti] having awakened; having enlightened.

bodhenta : [pr.p. of bodheti] awakening.

bodhesi : [aor. of bodheti] awakened; enlightened.

bondi : [m.] the body.

byañjana : [nt.] a syllable; a consonant; a sign or mark; curry.

byaggha : [m.] a tiger.

byāpāda : [m.] malevolence.

byāma : [m.] a fathom.

byāmappabhā : [f.] the halo extending around the Buddha.

byūha : [m.] an array of troops; a mass or collection.

bravitu : [v.] let him say.

brahanta : [adj.] vast; lofty; gigantic; immense. (in cpds. it takes the form brahā, just like mahā from mahanta).

brahma : [m.] the Brahma; the Creator.

brahmañña : [nt.] brahmanhood; pure life.

brahmaññatā : [f.] brahmanhood; pure life.

brahmakāyika : [adj.] belonging to the company of Brahmas.

brahmaghosa : [adj.] having a sound similar to that of Brahma.

brahmacariyā : [f.] religious life; complete chastity.

brahmacārī : leading a chaste life.