Chalansa to chapa

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chaḷaṅsa : [adj.] having six sides or corners.

chaḷabhiñña : [adj.] possessing the six branches of higher knowledge. || chaḷabhiññā (f.), the six branches of super-human knowledge.

chava : [m.] a corpse. (adj.), low; miserable.

chavakuṭikā : [f.] charnel-house.

chavaṭṭhika : [nt.] a bone separated from a skeleton.

chavaḍāhaka : [m.] one who officially burns the dead.

chavālāta : [(chava + alāta), nt.] fire brand from a pyre.

chavi : [f.] the outer skin; tegument.

chavikalyāṇa : [nt.] beauty of complexion.

chavivaṇṇa : [m.] colour of the skin; complexion.

chasaṭṭhi : [f.] sixty-six.

chasattati : [f.] seventy-six.

chāta : [adj.] hungry. || chātā (f.) the state of being hungry.

chātaka : [nt.] hunger; famine.

chātajjhatta : [adj.] hungry.

chādanīya : [pt.p. of chādeti] fit to be covered.

chādayamāna : [pr.p. of chādiya] covering; concealing.

chādita : [pp. of chādiya] covered; concealed.

chādiya : [abs. of chādiya] having covered; having concealed.

chādetabba : [pt.p. of chādeti] fit to be covered.

chādeti : [chad + e] covers; conceals; thatches; gives pleasure; relishes.

chādetvā : [abs. of chādiya] having covered; having concealed.

chādenta : [pr.p. of chādiya] covering; concealing.

chādesi : [aor. of chādiya] covered; concealed.

chāpa : [m.] the young one of animal.