Candikka to catuparisa

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caṇḍikka : [nt.] ferocity.

catu : [adj.] four.

catukka : [nt.] a set of four; a cross road.

catukkaṇṇa : rectangular; having four corners.

catukkhattuṃ : [adv.] four times.

catugguṇa : [adj.] four-fold; quadruple.

catucattāḷīsati : [f.] forty-four.

catujjātigandha : [m.] four kinds of perfumes, viz. saffron, jasmine,Turkish plant named Turukkha, and a kind of Greek flower.

catuttiṃsati : [f.] thirty-four.

catuttha : [adj.] fourth.

catudoṇika : [adj.] holding 4 doṇas.

catuddasa : [adj.] fourteen.

catuddisā : [f.] the four quarters of the globe. || cātuddisa (adj.), belonging to the four directions.

catudvāra : [adj.] having four gates.

catudhā : [adv.] in four ways.

catunavuti : [f.] ninety-four.

catupaccaya : [m.] the four requisites. viz. food, clothing, medicine and lodgings.

catupaññāsā : [f.] fifty-four.

catupaṇṇāsā : [f.] fifty-four.

catuparisā : [f.] the fourfold assembly, viz. monks, nuns, laymen, and laywomen