Dupatta to duma

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dupaṭṭa : [adj.] having two folds.

duppañña : [adj.] foolish. (m.) a fool.

duppaṭinissaggiya : [adj.] difficult to give up or abstain from.

duppaṭivijjha : [adj.] difficult to understand.

duppamuñca : [adj.] difficult to be freed.

dupparihāriya : [adj.] difficult to use or manage.

duphassa : [m.] the nettle plant; disagreeable touch.

dubbaca : [adj.] obstinate; disobedient.

dubbaṇṇa : [adj.] of bad colour; discoloured; ugly.

dubbala : [adj.] feeble; weak.

dubbalatā : [f] feebleness.

dubbalatta : [nt.] feebleness.

dubbalabhāva : [m.] feebleness.

dubbalya : [n.] feebleness.

dubbā : [f.] panic grass.

dubbijāna : [adj.] difficult to understand.

dubbinīta : [adj.] obstinate; badly trained.

dubbuṭṭhika : [adj.] rainless. (nt.) a famine; scarcity of rain.

dubbhaka : [adj.] treacherous; insidious person.

dubbhati : [dubh + a] is treacherous or unfaithful; plots against.

dubbhana : [nt.] treachery.

dubbhara : [adj.] difficult to bring up or speech.

dubbhāsita : [nt.] an insulting word; bad speech.

dubbhi : [aor. of dubbhaka] was treacherous or unfaithful; plotted against.

dubbhikkha : [nt.] a famine; scarcity of food.

dubbhitvā : [abs. of dubbhaka] having been treacherous or unfaithful; having plotted against.

duma : [m.] a tree.