Dipaka to dukula

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dīpaka : [nt.] a small island. (adj.) shawing; explaining.

dīpaṅkara : [adj.] one who lights a lamp; name of the former Buddha.

dīpanā : [f.] illustration; explanation.

dīpanī : [f.] an explanatory work.

dīpayamāna : [pr.p. of dīpeti] lighting; making clear; explaining.

dīparukha : [m.] a lamp post.

dīpasikhā : [f.] flame of a lamp.

dīpāloka : [(dīpa + āloka) m.] light of a lamp.

dīpi : [m.] a panther.

dīpika : [m.] a panther.

dīpita : [pp. of dīpeti] illustrated; explained; shown; made clear; explained.

dīpinī : [f.] female panther.

dīpeta : [pr.p. of dīpeti] lighting; making clear; explaining.

dīpetabba : [pt.p. of dīpeti] should be lighted; should be made clear; should be explained.

dīpeti : [dip + e] light; make clear; explain.

dīpetvā : [abs. of dīpeti] having lighted; having make clear; having explained.

dīpenta : [pr.p. of dīpeti] lighting; making clear; explaining.

dīpesi : [aor. of dīpeti] lighted; made clear; explained.

du : antithetic prefix implying badness, perverseness, and difficulty.

duka : [nt] a dyad; a pair.

dukūla : [nt.] a kind of very fine cloth.