Dhanka to dhani

From Dhamma Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

dhaṅka : [m.] a crow.

dhaja : [m.] a flag; emblem; symbol.

dhajagga : the top of a standard.

dhajālu : [adj.] adorned with flags.

dhajāhaṭa : [(dhaja + āhaṭa) adj.] captured in war; taken as a booty.

dhajinī : [f.] an army.

dhañña : [nt.] grain; corn. (adj.) fortunate; lucky.

dhaññaphala : [nt.] harvest.

dhaññarāsi : [m.] a heap of grain.

dhaññavantu : [adj.] fortunate; lucky.

dhaññāgāra : [dhañña + agāra] a granary.

dhata : [pp. of dhāreti] kept in mind; known by heart.

dhana : [nt.] wealth, riches.

dhanakkīta : [adj.] bought for money.

dhanakkhaya : [m.] exhaustion of wealth.

dhanatthaddha : [adj.] proud of wealth.

dhanatthika : [adj.] desiring wealth.

dhanalola : [adj.] greedy of wealth.

dhanavantu : [adj.] rich, wealthy.

dhanahetu : [adv.] for the sake of wealth.

dhanāyati : [deno. from dhana] considers something as one's wealth.

dhanāsā : [(dhana + āsā) f.] craving for wealth.

dhanika : [m.] a creditor.

dhanita : [nt.] sound. (adj.), sounded; sonant (said of a letter).

dhanī : [adj.] wealthy. noun: wealthy person.