Dattika to dantapona

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dattika : [adj.] (in cpds.) given by.

dattiya : [adj.] (in cpds.) given by.

dattu : [m.] stupid person.

datthabhava : [m.] the fact of being bitten.

datvā : [abs. of dadāti] having given.

dada : [m.] (in cpds.) giving; bestowing.

dadanta : [pr.p. of dadāti] giving; offering; allowing; granting; handing over.

dadamāna : [pr.p. of dadāti] giving; offering; allowing; granting; handing over.

dadāti : [dā + a; dā is doubled and the former ā is shortened] gives; offers; allows; grants; hands over.

dadi : [aor. of dadāti] gave; offered; allowed; granted; handed over.

dadituṃ : [inf. of dadāti] to give; to offer; to allow; to grant; to hand over.

daditvā : [abs. of dadāti] having given.

daddu : [f.] a kind of cutaneous eruption.

daddula : [nt.] a soft skeleton similar to a sponge.

dadhi : [nt.] curds.

dadhighaṭa : [m.] a pot of curds.

dadhimaṇḍa : [nt.] whey.

danta : [pp. of dameti] tamed; trained; mastered; converted. (nt.), a tooth; tusk; fang. (pp. of dameti), tamed, controlled; restrained

dantakaṭṭha : [nt.] a tooth brush; tooth-cleaner.

dantakāra : [m.] an artisan in ivory.

dantapanti : [f.] row of tooth.

dantapoṇa : [m.] tooth-bangle.