Cumbata to ceta

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cumbaṭa : [nt.] a pad; a coil.

cumbaṭaka : [nt.] a pad; a coil.

cumbati : [cumb + a] kisses.

cumbanta : [pr.p. of cumbati] kissing.

cumbamāna : [pr.p. of cumbati] kissing.

cumbi : [aor. of cumbati] kissed.

cumbita : [pp. of cumbati] kissed.

cumbitvā : [abs. of cumbati] having kissed.

culla : [adj.] small; minor.

cullantevāsika : [m.] a page.

cullapitu : [m] uncle.

cullupaṭṭhāka : [(culla + upaṭṭhāka), m.] a personal attendant; page boy.

cūcuka : [nt.] the nipple; teat.

cūla : [adj.] small; minor. || cūḷā (f.) crest; a lock of hair left on the crown of the head; cockscomb.

cūḷāmaṇi : [m.] diadem; a jewel worn in the crest.

cūḷikā : [f.] a knot of hair.

ce : [conditional particle] if.

ceṭaka : [m.] a servant boy.

ceṭikā : [f.] a maid servant.

ceṭī : [f.] a maid servant.

ceta : [m.; nt.] (mano-group), thought; intention; purpose. || ceṭa (m.), a servant boy.