Gaheti to gilati

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gāheti : [caus. of gaṇhāti] see gāhāpeti.

gijjha : [m.] a vulture.

gijjhakūṭa : [m.] the Vulture's peak near Rājagaha.

gijjhati : [gidh + ya] longs for; desires much.

gijjhamāna : [pr.p. of gijjhati] longing for; desiring much.

gijjhi : [aor. of gijjhati] longed for; desired much.

giñjakā : [f.] brick.

giñjakāvasatha : [m.] a house made of bricks.

giddha : [pp. of gijjhati] greedy.

giddhi : [f.] greed; attachment. || giddhī (adj.), greedy for; desirous after.

gini : [m.] fire.

gimha : [m.] heat; hot season.

gimhāna : [m.] summer.

gimhika : [adj.] belonging to the summer.

girā : [f.] word; utterance.

giri : [m.] mountain.

girikaṇṇikā : [f.] the plant Clitoria Tternatea.

girigabbhara : [nt.] a mountain cleft; a gorge or cave.

giriguhā : [f.] a mountain cleft; a gorge or cave.

giribbaja : [nt.] name of a former capital of Magadha.

girirāja : [m.] the Mount Meru.

girisikhara : [nt.] a peak; to of a mountain.

gilati : [gil + a] swallows; devours.