Cha to chaddenta

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cha : [adj.] six.

chakana : [nt.] the dung of animals.

chakalaka : [m.] a he-goat.

chakka : [nt.] a set of six.

chakkhattuṃ : [adv.] six times.

chagalaka : [m.] a he-goat.

chacattāḷīsati : [f.] forty-six.

chaṭṭha : [adj.] sixth.

chaṭṭhī : [f.] the sixth case, i.e., Genetive.

chaḍḍaka : [adj.] thrower; remover.

chaḍḍana : [nt.] throwing away; rejection.

chaḍḍanīya : [adj.] fit to be thrown away.

chaḍḍāpita : [pp. of chaḍḍāpeti] caused to throw away.

chaḍḍāpeti : [caus. of chaḍḍeti] causes to throw away; causes to abandon; causes to reject; causes to leave.

chaḍḍāpetvā : [abs. of chaḍḍāpeti] having caused to throw away.

chaḍḍāpesi : [aor. of chaḍḍāpeti] caused to throw away.

chaḍḍita : [pp. of chaḍḍeti] abandoned; rejected; leaved.

chaḍḍitabhāva : [m.] the fact of throwing away or leaving aside.

chaḍḍiya : [adj.] to be rejected or thrown away.

chaḍḍīyati : [pass. of chaḍḍeti] is abandoned.

chaḍḍetabba : [pt.p. of chaḍḍeti] should be abandoned.

chaḍḍeti : [chaḍḍ + e] throws away; abandons; rejects; leaves.

chaḍḍetvā : [abs. of chaḍḍeti] having abandoned; having rejected; having left.

chaḍḍenta : [pr.p. of chaḍḍeti] abandoning; rejecting.