Gagana to gajji

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gagana : [nt.] the sky.

gaganagāmī : [adj.] flying through the sky.

gaggarā : [f.] name of a lake.

gaggarāyati : [deno. from gaggarī] bellows; roars.

gaggarī : [f.] blacksmith's bellows.

gaṅgā : [f.] river; the Ganges.

gaṅgātīra : [nt.] riverbank.

gaṅgādvāra : [nt.] mouth of a river.

gaṅgādhāra : [m.] a river-basin.

gaṅgāpāra : [nt.] further bank of a river.

gaṅgāsota : [m.] river-stream; torrent.

gaṅgeyya : [adj.] belonging to the Ganges.

gaccha : [m.] a plant; a shrub.

gacchati : [gam + a] goes; moves; walks.

gacchanta : [pr.p. of gacchati] going; moving; walking.

gacchamāna : [pr.p. of gacchati] going; moving; walking.

gacchi : [aor. of gacchati] went; moved; walked.

gaja : [m.] an elephant.

gajakumbha : [m.] the forehead of an elephant.

gajapotaka : [m.] a young elephant.

gajjati : [gajj + a] roars; thunders.

gajjanā : [f.] roaring.

gajjanta : [pr.p. of gajjati] roaring; thundering.

gajjamāna : [pr.p. of gajjati] roaring; thundering.

gajji : [aor. of gajjati] roared; thundered.