Dattha to datti

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daṭṭha : [pp. of ḍasati] bitten.

daṭṭhaṭṭhāna : [nt.] the place where one is bitter.

daḍḍha : [pp. of ḍahati] burnt; set fire to. (pp. of dahati), burnt, consumed by fire.

daḍḍhageha : [adj.] one whose house is burnt.

daḍḍhaṭṭhāna : [nt.] the place burn by fire.

daṇḍa : [m.] 1. a stem, stick, cudgel, walking stick, timber (in general), 2. a fine, punishment.

daṇḍaka : [nt.] a stick, twig, rod, a handle.

daṇḍakamadhu : [nt.] a bee-hive hanged on a branch.

daṇḍakamma : [nt.] punishment, penalty; atonement.

daṇḍakoṭi : [f.] the tip of a stick.

daṇḍadīpikā : [f.] a torch.

daṇḍanīya : [adj.] liable to punishment.

daṇḍaparāyana : [adj.] leaning on a stick; supported by a staff.

daṇḍapāṇī : [adj.] carrying a staff in one's hand.

daṇḍappatta : [adj.] one who is prosecuted.

daṇḍabhaya : [nt.] fear of punishment.

daṇḍahattha : [adj.] one who has a stick in hand.

daṇḍika : [adj.] having a stick.

datta : [pp. of dadāti] given.

datti : [f.] a small vessel to keep food in.