Duhitu to deva

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duhitu : [f.] daughter.

duhitvā : [abs. of duhati] having milked.

dūta : [m.] a messenger; envoy.

dūteyya : [nt.] errand; commission; carrying of messages.

dūbhaka : [adj.] a treacherous person.

dūra : [adj.] distant; far. (nt.), distance.

dūraṅgama : [adj.] going afar.

dūrato : [inf.] from afar.

dūratta : [nt.] the fact of being distant.

dūsaka : [adj.] one who defiles or defames; corrupting; spoiling.

dūsana : [nt.] corruption; defilement.

dūsayamāna : [pr.p. of dūseti] 1. spoiling; polluting; 2. defaming; 3. ill-treating.

dūsita : [pp. of dūseti] 1. spoiled; polluted; 2. defamed; 3. ill-treated.

dūseti : [dus + e] spoils; pollutes; defames; ill-treats.

dūsetvā : [abs. of dūseti] 1. to spoil; to pollute; 2. to defame; 3. to ill-treat.

dūsenta : [pr.p. of dūseti] 1. spoiling; polluting; 2. defaming; 3. ill-treating.

dūsesi : [aor. of dūseti] 1. spoiled; polluted; 2. defamed; 3. ill-treated.

deḍḍubha : [m.] a water-snake.

deṇḍima : [m.] a kettle-drum.

deti : [dā + e] gives. (See dadāti).

denta : [pr.p. of deti] giving. (See dadāti).

deva : [m.] 1. a deity; 2. the sky; 3. a rain cloud; 4. a king.