Gamajettha to garava

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gāmajeṭṭha : [m.] village headman.

gāmaṇī : [m.] the head of a village.

gāmadāraka : [m.] a youngster of a village.

gāmadārika : [f.] a village damsel.

gāmadvāra : [nt.] the entrance to a village.

gāmadhamma : [m.] vile conduct; sexual intercourse.

gāmabhojaka : [m.] a village head-man.

gāmavāsī : [m.] a villager.

gāmasīmā : [f.] the boundary of a parish.

gāmī : [adj.] (in cpds.), one who goes; leading to.

gāyaka : [m.] a singer.

gāyati : [ge + a] sings; recites; is known.

gāyana : [nt.] singing.

gāyanta : [pr.p. of gāyati] singing; reciting.

gāyamāna : [pr.p. of gāyati] singing; reciting.

gāyi : [aor. of gāyati] sang; recited.

gāyikā : [f.] a female singer.

gāyita : [pp. of gāyati] sung; recited.

gāyitvā : [abs. of gāyati] having sung; having recited.

gārayha : [adj.] contemptible; low.

gārava : [m.] respect; reverence; esteem.