Brahmajacca to bruhesi

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brahmajacca : [adj.] belonging to the brahman caste.

brahmaṇakaññā : [f.; adj.] Brahman maiden.

brahmadaṇḍa : [m.] a (kind of) punishment by stopping all conversation and communication with one.

brahmadeyya : [nt.] a royal gift.

brahmappatta : [adj.] arrived at the highest state.

brahmabandhu : [m.] a relative of the brahma, i.e. a brahman.

brahmabhūta : [adj.] most excellent.

brahmaloka : [m.] the brahma world.

brahmalokūpaga : [adj.] taking birth in the Brahma-world.

brahmavimāna : [nt.] mansion of a brahma god.

brahmavihāra : [m.] divine state of mind; a name collectively given to mettā, karuṇā, muditā, and upekkhā.

brāhmaṇa : [m.] a man of the Brahman caste.

brāhmaṇavācanaka : [nt.] recitation of Vedas by brahmans.

brāhmaṇavāṭaka : [m.] a place where brahmans assemble.

bruvanta : [pr.p. of brūti] saying; speaking.

bruvitvā : [abs. of brūti] having sayed; having spoken.

brūti : [brū + e] says; speaks.

brūhana : [nt.] development; increment.

brūhita : [pp. of brūheti] increased; developed.

brūheti : [bruk + e] increases; develops.

brūhetu : [m.] one who increase.

brūhetvā : [abs. of brūheti] having increased; having developed.

brūhenta : [pr.p. of brūheti] increasing; developing.

brūhesi : [aor. of brūheti] increased; developed.