Dipada to disa

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dipada : [m.] a biped; a man.

dipadinda : [m.] the most noble of the bipeds i.e. the Enlightened One.

dipaduttama : [m.] the most noble of the bipeds i.e. the Enlightened One.

dippati : [dip + ya] shines.

dippana : [nt.] shining.

dippi : [aor. of dippati] shone.

dibba : [adj.] divine; celestial.

dibbacakkhu : [nt.] the divine eye.

dibbacakkhuka : [adj.] endowed with the superhuman eye.

dibbati : [div + ya] sports; amuses oneself.

dibbavihāra : [m.] the supreme condition of heart.

dibbasampatti : [f.] heavenly bless.

dibbi : [aor. of dibbati] sported; amused oneself.

diyaḍḍha : [m.] one and a half.

diva : [m.] heaven.

divasa : [m.] day.

divasakara : [m.] the sun.

divasabhāga : [m.] daytime.

divākara : [m.] the sun.

divāṭhāna : [nt.] place where the daytime is spent.

divāvihāra : [m.] rest during the heat.

divāseyyā : [f.] laying on at midday; siesta.

diviya : [adj.] divine; celestial. (see dibba).

divya : [adj.] divine; celestial. (see dibba).

disa : [m.] enemy.