Celavitana to coliya

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celavitāna : [nt.] an awning.

celukkhepa : [(cela + ukkhepa) m.] waving of garments (as a sign of applause.)

coca : [m] banana.

cocapāna : [nt.] a sweet drink made of banana.

codaka : [m.] a plaintiff; one who censures of complains.

codanā : [f.] reproof; accusation; plaint.

codayamāna : [pr.p. of codeti] inciting; reproving.

codita : [pp. of codeti] incited; reproved; accused.

codiya : [abs. of codeti] having incited; having reproved; having accused.

codeti : [cud + e] incites; reproves; accuses.

codetu : [m.] a plaintiff; one who censures of complains.

codetvā : [abs. of codeti] having incited; having reproved; having accused.

codenta : [pr.p. of codeti] inciting; reproving.

codesi : [aor. of codeti] incited; reproved; accused.

copana : [nt.] stirring.

cora : [m.] a thief; robber.

coraghātaka : [m.] executioner of robbers.

corikā : [f.] theft.

corī : [f.] a female thief.

corupaddava : [(cora + upaddava) m.] an attack from robbers.

coḷa : [m.] cloth.

coḷaka : [nt.] a piece of cloth; a rag.

coḷaraṭṭha : [nt.] the country Coḷa in South India.

coḷiya : [adj.] belonging to the Coḷa country.