Disampati to dipa

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disampati : [m.] king.

disākāka : [m.] a crow kept on board a ship in order to search land.

disākusala : [adj.] one who knows the directions.

disāpāmokkha : [adj.] world-famed.

disābhāga : [m.] a direction.

disāmūḷha : [adj.] one has lost his bearings.

disāvāsika : [adj.] living in another country or in different parts of country.

disāvāsī : [adj.] living in another country or in different parts of country.

disvā : [abs. of passati] having seen; having found; having understood.

dissati : [dis + ya] seems; appears.

dissanta : [pr.p. of dissati] seeming; appearing.

dissamāna : [pr.p. of dissati] seeming; appearing; visible.

dīgahajātika : [m.] a being of the snake kind.

dīgha : [adj.] long.

dīghaṅguli : [adj.] having long fingers.

dīghajātika : [m.] a being of the snake kind.

dīghatā : [f.] length.

dīghatta : [nt.] length.

dīghadassī : [adj.] far-seeing.

dīghanikāya : [m.] the collection of long suttas.

dīghabhāṇaka : [m.] a repeater or expounder of the Dīghanikāya.

dīgharattaṃ : [adv.] a long time.

dīghalomaka : [adj.] having long fleece.

dīghavaṇṭa : [m.] the tree Oroflylum indicum.

dīghasottiya : [nt.] long sleep; sluggishness.

dīdhiti : [f.] light; radiance.

dīnatā : [f.] wretchedness.

dīnatta : [nt.] wretchedness.

dīpa : [m.] 1. a lamp; 2. an island; 3. help; support.