Ciri to cubuka

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cīrī : [f.] a cricket.

cīvara : [nt.] the yellow robe (of a Buddhist monk).

cīvarakaṇṇa : [nt.] the lappet of a robe.

cīvarakamma : [nt.] robe-making.

cīvarakāra : [m.] deviser of a robe; robe-maker.

cīvaradāna : [nt.] donation of robes.

cīvaradussa : [nt.] cloth for robes.

cīvararajju : [f.] a rope for hanging the robes.

cīvaravaṃsa : [m.] a bamboo for hanging up robes.

cuṇṇa : [nt.] powder; chunam; soap-powder.

cuṇṇaka : [nt.] scented powder.

cuṇṇakacālanī : [f.] a sieve.

cuṇṇakajāta : [adj.] reduced to powder.

cuṇṇavicuṇṇa : [adj.] crushed to bits; smashed.

cuṇṇita : [pp. of cuṇṇeti] ground; powdered; crushed.

cuṇṇīyati : [pass. of cuṇṇeti] is ground.

cuṇṇeti : [cuṇṇ + e] grinds; powders; crushes.

cuṇṇetvā : [abs. of cuṇṇeti] having ground; having powdered; having crushed.

cuṇṇenta : [pr.p. of cuṇṇeti] grinding; powdering.

cuṇṇesi : [aor. of cuṇṇeti] ground; powdered; crushed.

cuta : [pp. of codeti] incited; reproved; accused. (pp. of cavati), fallen away; shifted.

cuti : [f.] shifting; passing away; vanishing.

cuditaka : [m.] an accused; (adj.), being reproved.

cuddasa : [adj.] fourteen.

cundakāra : [m.] a turner.

cubuka : [nt.] the chin.