Daka to dakkhi

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daka : [nt.] water.

dakarakkhasa : [m.] a water-sprite.

dakkha : [adj.] clever; able; skilled; dexterous.

dakkhaka : [adj.] one who see.

dakkhatā : [f.] skill; ability; cleverness.

dakkhati : [dis + a; dis is changed to dakkh),] sees.

dakkhiṇa : [adj.] southern; right (side).

dakkhiṇa akkhaka : [nt.] the right collar-bone.

dakkhiṇaakkhaka : [nt.] the right collar-bone.

dakkhiṇadisā : [f.] the south.

dakkhiṇadesa : [m.] the southern country.

dakkhiṇanāvatta : [adj.] winding to the right.

dakkhiṇanodaka : [nt.] water of dedication.

dakkhiṇāpatha : [m.] the southern route (in India); the country in the south, now called Dekkan.

dakkhiṇāyana : [nt.] the southern course of the sun.

dakkhiṇāraha : [adj.] worthy of a dedicatory gift.

dakkhiṇāvatta : [adj.] winding to the right.

dakkhiṇāvisuddhi : [f.] purity of a gift.

dakkhiṇeyya : [adj.] worthy of an offering.

dakkhiṇeyyapuggala : [m.] an individual deserving a donation.

dakkhiṇodana : [nt.] water of dedication.

dakkhitāye : [inf. of dakkhati] to see.

dakkhituṃ : [inf. of dakkhati] to see.

dakkhinī : [m.] one who sees or perceives.

dakkhī : [m.] one who sees or perceives.