Dantabhava to damita

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dantabhāva : [m.] tameness; control; state of being restrained.

dantavalaya : [nt.] an ivory bangle

dantavidaṅsaka : [adj.] showing one's teeth.

dantasaṭha : [m.] limes tree. (nt.) lime fruit.

dantāvaraṇa : [(danta + āvaraṇa), nt.] the lip.

dandha : [adj.] slow; silly; stupid.

dandhatā : [f.] stupidity; sluggishness.

dappa : [m.] arrogance; wantonness.

dappaṇa : [nt.] a mirror; looking glass.

dappita : [adj.] arrogant; haughty.

dabba : [adj.] wise; able. (nt.) timber; wealth; substance.

dabbajātika : [adj.] intelligent.

dabbasambhāra : [m.] a collection of wood-work or building material.

dabbimukha : [m.] a kind of bird; Turdus Ginginianus.

dabbī : [f.] a spoon; ladle.

dabbha : [m.] kusa-grass.

dabbhamukha : [m.] a kind of bird; Turdus Ginginianus.

dama : [m.] taming; subjugation; restraint; mastery.

damaka : [adj.] tamer, controller; trainer.

damatha : [m.] taming; subjugation; restraint; mastery.

damana : [nt.] taming; subjugation; restraint; mastery.

damanīya : [pt.p. of dameti] should be tamed; should be trained; should be mastered; shoul be converted.

damita : [pp. of dameti] tamed; trained; mastered; converted.