Dujjana to dunnita

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dujjāna : [adj.] difficult to know.

dujjīvita : [nt.] wrong livelihood.

duṭṭha : [pp. of dussati] offended against; become corrupted or angry. (adj.), spoilt; corrupt; wicked; bad.

duṭṭhacitta : [nt.] evil-minded; malignant.

duṭṭhu : [adv.] badly.

duṭṭhulla : [nt.] lewd talk. (adj.) inferior.

dutappaya : [adj.] not easily satiable.

dutiya : [adj.] second; having as the second.

dutiyaṃ : [adv.] for the second time.

dutiyaka : [adj.] a companion.

dutī : [f.] a messenger; envoy.

duttara : [adj.] difficult to cross over.

duddama : [adj.] difficult to manage or tame.

duddasa : [adj.] difficult to see or understand.

duddasatara : [adj.] more difficult to see.

duddasāpanna : [adj.] come misfortune.

duddasika : [adj.] having ugly features.

duddina : [nt.] a cloudy or unlucky day.

duddha : [pp. of duhati] milked. (nt.), milk.

dundubhi : [nt.] drum.

dunnāmaka : [nt.] piles; haemorrhoids.

dunnikkhitta : [adj.] badly or wrongly placed.

dunniggaha : [adj.] difficult to subdue or control.

dunnimitta : [nt.] bad omen.

dunnīta : [adj.] wrongly carried or applied.