Gandhamadana to gamana

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gandhamādana : [m.] name of a mountain in the Himālayas.

gandhasāra : [m.] sandal-wood tree.

gandhāpaṇa : [(gandha + āpaṇa) m.] a perfumery.

gandhāra : [m.] the country (now called) Kandahar.

gandhārī : [f.] (a magical charm) belonging to Gandhāra.

gandhika : [adj.] having fragrance.

gandhī : [adj.] having fragrance.

gandhodaka : [nt.] scented water.

gabbita : [adj.] proud; arrogant.

gabbha : [m.] interior; the womb; embryo; an inner chamber.

gabbhagata : [adj.] gone to the womb; conceived.

gabbhapariharaṇa : [nt.] protection of the embryo.

gabbhapātana : [nt.] an abortive preparation; destruction of the embryo.

gabbhamala : [nt.] accompanying dirty matter of child-birth.

gabbhara : [nt.] a cave.

gabbhavuṭṭhāna : [nt.] child-birth; delivery.

gabbhaseyyaka : [adj.] one who is born in an uterus; viviparous.

gabbhaseyyā : [f.] conception in a womb.

gabbhāvakkanti : [(gabbha + avakkanti) f.] conception.

gabbhāsaya : [m.] the uterus.

gabbhinī : [f.] a pregnant woman.

gamaṭṭhāna : [nt.] a ruined village.

gamana : [nt.] going; walk; journey; pursuit. (adj.), leading to; conducive to.