Cittakata to citra

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cittakata : [adj.] adorned; made by the mind.

cittakathika : [adj.] a brilliant speaker; an orator.

cittakathī : [adj.] a brilliant speaker; an orator.

cittakamma : [nt] painting; the art of painting; ornamentation.

cittakāra : [m.] a painter; decorator.

cittakūṭa : [m.] name of a mountain.

cittakkhepa : [m.] derangement of the mind.

cittatara : [adj.] more varied or diversified.

cittatā : [f.] variegation; (in cpds.) being of such a mind.

cittapassaddhi : [f.] serenity of mind.

cittamudutā : [f.] plasticity of mind.

cittavikkhepa : [m.] madness.

cittavisuddhi : [f.] purity of the mind.

cittasantāpa : [m.] sorrow.

cittasamatha : [m.] collectedness of thought.

cittāgāra : [(citta + āgāra), nt.] a picture.

cittānupassanā : [(citta + anupassanā), f.] a critique of heart.

cittābhoga : [(citta + ābhoga), m.] consideration.

cittīkāra : [m.] respect; consideration.

cittujjukatā : [(citta + ujjukatā), f.] rectitude of mind.

cittuttarāsa : [(citta + uttarāsa), m.] terror; fear.

cittuppāda : [(citta + uppāda), m.] rise of a thought.

citra : [nt.] mind; thought; (m.), name of a month: March-April. (adj.), variegated; manifold; beautiful. (nt.), a painting; picture.