Dhira to dhupa

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dhīra : [adj.] wise; the wise.

dhīvara : [m.] a fisher-man.

dhuta : [pp. of dhunāti] shaken off; removed.

dhutaṅga : [nt.] an ascetic practice.

dhutadhara : [adj.; n.] one who practises dhutaṅgas.

dhutavādī : [m.] one who inculcates dhutaṅgas.

dhutta : [m.] one who leads a corrupted life; a scoundrel; a cheat.

dhuttaka : [m.] one who leads a corrupted life; a scoundrel; a cheat.

dhuttikā : [f.] one who leads a corrupted life; a scoundrel; a cheat.

dhuttī : [f.] one who leads a corrupted life; a scoundrel; a cheat.

dhunana : [nt.] shaking off; doing away with.

dhunanta : [pr.p of dhunāti] tossing; shaking off; removing.

dhunāti : [dhu + nā] tosses; shakes off; removes.

dhuni : [aor. of dhunāti] tossed; shook off; removed.

dhunitabba : [pt.p. of dhunāti] should be tossed; should be shaken off; should be removed.

dhunitvā : [abs. of dhunāti] having tossed; having shaken off; having removed.

dhura : [nt.] 1. an office; responsibility; a charge; 2. a yoke; 3. the shaft of a carriage; 4. the forepart. (adj.) foremost; near.

dhuragāma : [m.] neighbouring village.

dhuranikkhepa : [m.] giving up of a hope or responsibility.

dhurandhara : [adj.] bearing the office or taking the responsibility.

dhurabhatta : [nt.] regularly given meal.

dhuravahana : [nt.] bearing of the yoke or office.

dhuravihāra : [m.] neighbouring monastery.

dhuva : [adj.] stable; permanent; regular; constant.

dhuvaṃ : [adv.] regularly; constantly.

dhūpa : [m.] incense.