Dhamma to dhammata
Dhamma : [m.] doctrine; nature; truth; the Norm; morality; good conduct.
dhammakathā : [f.] religious talk; ethical discussion.
dhammakathika : [m.] one who preaches the Norm.
dhammakamma : [nt.] a legally valid act; procedure in accordance with Vinaya rules.
dhammakāma : [adj.] lover of the truth.
dhammakāya : [adj.] the Normal body.
dhammakkhandha : [m.] a portion of the Norm.
dhammakkhāna : [nt.] preaching of the doctrine.
dhammagaṇḍikā : [f.] the block of justice. i.e., of execution.
dhammagaru : [adj.] respecting the Norm.
dhammagutta : [adj.] protected by the Norm.
dhammaghosaka : [m.] one who announces about the preaching of the Norm.
dhammacakka : [nt.] the wheel of Norm.
dhammacakkappavattana : [nt.] preaching of the universal righteousness.
dhammacakkhu : [nt.] the eye of wisdom.
dhammacariyā : [f.] observance of righteousness.
dhammacārī : [m.] one who walks in the righteousness. (adj.) virtuous.
dhammacetiya : [nt.] a shrine in which sacred texts are enshrined.
dhammajīvī : [adj.] living righteously.
dhammaññū : [adj.] one who knows the doctrine.
dhammaṭṭha : [adj.] just; righteous.
dhammaṭṭhiti : [f.] the real nature of the Norm.
dhammatakka : [m.] right reasoning.
dhammatā : [f.] a general rule; nature.