Gahana to gamajana

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gahana : [nt.] a thicket; a jungle; impenetrable place. (adj.), thick; impervious. || gāhana (nt.), submersion; plunging.

gahanaṭṭhāna : [nt.] impenetrable place in a jungle.

gahapatānī : [f.] mistress of a house.

gahapati : [m.] master of a house.

gahapatimahāsala : [m.] a very wealthy householder.

gahita : [pp. of gaṇhāti] taken; seized; grasped. (nt.), grip. || gāhita (pp. of gāheti), see gāhāpita.

gahitabhāva : [m.] the fact of being taken or held.

gahetvā : [abs. of gaṇhāti] having taken; having held of; having seized. || gāhetvā (abs. of gāheti), see gāhāpetvā.

gāthā : [f.] deep. (m.), depth; a safe stand; foothold.

gāthāpada : [m.] a line of a stanza.

gāthābhigīta : [(gāthā + abhigīta) adj.] gained by reciting verse.

gādha : [adj.] deep

gādhati : [gādh + a] stands fast; has a firm footing.

gādhi : [aor. of gādhati] stood fast; had a firm footing.

gāna : [nt.] singing; a song.

gāma : [m.] village.

gāmaka : [m.] small village.

gāmaghāta : [m.] sacking or plundering of a village.

gāmaghātaka : [m.] those who sack villages; a dacoit.

gāmajana : [m.] people of a village.