Dayapala to dalita

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dāyapāla : [m.] a grove-keeper.

dāyāda : [m.] inheritance. (adj.) (in cpds.) inheriting.

dāyādaka : [adj.] one who inherits.

dāyi : [aor. of dāyati] mowed; reaped.

dāyikā : [f.] a female donor.

dāraka : [m.] a boy; youngster.

dārabharaṇa : [nt.] maintenance of a wife.

dārikā : [f.] a girl.

dārita : [pp. of dāreti] split; burst open.

dāru : [nt.] wood; timber; fire-wood.

dārukkhandha : [m.] a log of wood.

dārukhaṇḍa : [nt.] a pieces of wood.

dāruṇa : [adj.] severe; harsh; cruel.

dārubhaṇḍha : [nt.] furniture; wooden articles.

dārumaya : [adj.] made of wood.

dārusaṅghāṭa : [m.] a raft made of wood.

dāreti : [dāl + e] splits; bursts open.

dāretvā : [abs. of dāreti] having split; having burst open.

dārenta : [pr.p. of dāreti] spliting ; bursting open.

dāresi : [aor. of dāreti] split; burst open.

dālana : [nt.] splitting.

dālayamāna : [pr.p. of dāleti] see dāreti.

dālita : [pp. of dāleti] see dāreti.