Dukkhapeti to dujjaha

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dukkhāpeti : [deno. from dukkha] afflicts; causes pain; hurts.

dukkhāpesi : [pp. of dukkhāpeti] afflicted; caused pain; hurt.

dukkhita : [adj.] afflicted; grieved; unhappy; dejected; ailing. (pp. of dukkhīyati), felt pain; was distressed.

dukkhī : [adj.] afflicted; grieved; unhappy; dejected; ailing.

dukkhīyati : [deno. from dukkha] feel pain; be distressed. aor. dukkhīyi. pp. ḍukkhita

dukkhīyi : [aor. of dukkhīyati] felt pain; was distressed. aor. dukkhīyi. pp. ḍukkhita

dukkhudraya : [adj.] causing pain, resulting in ill.

dukkhūpasama : [m] alleviation of suffering.

dukkhesi : [aor. of dukkhāpeti] afflicted; caused pain; hurt.

dukkhotiṇṇa : [adj.] fallen into misery.

dugga : [nt.] a place difficult to access; a fortress.

duggata : [adj.] poor; miserable.

duggati : [f.] a realm of miserable existence.

dugganda : [adj.] having a bad smell. (m.) a bad smell.

duggandha : [m.] bad smell.

duggama : [adj.] difficult to go.

duggahita : [adj.] held or taken wrongly. (nt.) a wrong action.

duccaja : [adj.] difficult to leave or given up.

duccarita : [nt.] bad conduct; wrong action.

dujivha : [m.] a serpent.

dujjaha : [adj.] difficult to give or remove.