Ciram to ciraka

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ciraṃ  : [adv] (for) a long time.

cirakāla : [m.] a long time.

cirakālaṃ : [adv.] a long time.

ciraṭṭhitika : [adj.] lasting long; perpetual.

cirataraṃ : [adv.] a further long time.

cirattaṃ : [adv.] a long time.

cirattāya : [adv.] for a long time.

ciradikkhita : [adj.] having long since become a monk.

ciranivāsī : [adj.] dweller for a long time.

cirapaṭikā : [ind.] long since.

cirapabbajita : [adj.] having long since become a monk.

cirappavāsī : [adj.] a person long absent from his home.

cirarattaṃ : [adv.] for a long time.

cirasanthuta : [adj.] acquainted for a long time.

cirassaṃ : [adv.] a very long time; at last.

cirāya : [adv.] for a long time.

cirāyati : [deno. from cira] tarries; delays.

cirāyanta : [pr.p. of cirāyati] tarrying; delaying.

cirāyi : [aor. of cirāyati] tarried; delayed.

cirāyita : [pp. of cirāyati] tarried; delayed.

cirāyitvā : [abs. of cirāyati] having tarried.

cirecetvā : [abs. of vireceti] having purged.

cirena : [adv.] after a long time.

cīnapiṭṭha : [nt.] red lead.

cīnaraṭṭha : [nt.] China.

cīraka : [nt] fibre; a strip; a bark dress.