Ganthi to gata

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gaṇṭhi : [f.] a knot; a tie; a wooden block.

gaṇṭhikā : [f.] a knot; a tie; a wooden block.

gaṇṭhiṭṭhāna : [nt.] a difficult and obscure passage.

gaṇṭhipada : [nt.] an obscure word; a glossary.

gaṇḍa : [m.] a boil; a swelling; a protuberance.

gaṇḍaka : [m.] a rhinoceros.

gaṇḍikā : [f.] a hollowed block of wood which is used to serve the purpose of a bell; a gong.

gaṇḍī : [f.] a gong; the executioner's block. (adj.), having boils.

gaṇḍuppāda : [m.] an earth-worm.

gaṇḍūsa : [m.] a mouthful.

gaṇhanta : [pr.p. of gaṇhāti] taking; catching; holding.

gaṇhāti : [gah + ṇhā] takes; holds of; seizes.

gaṇhāpita : [pp. of gaṇhāpeti] caused to be taken or seized.

gaṇhāpeti : [caus. of gaṇhāti] causes to be taken or seized.

gaṇhāpetvā : [abs. of gaṇhāpeti] having caused to be taken or seized.

gaṇhāpesi : [aor. of gaṇhāpeti] caused to be taken or seized.

gaṇhi : [aor. of gaṇhāti] took; held of; seized.

gaṇhituṃ : [inf. of gaṇhāti] to take.

gaṇhitvā : [abs. of gaṇhāti] having taken; having held of; having seized.

gaṇhiya : [abs. of gaṇhāti] having taken or held.

gata : [pp. of gacchati] gone; moved; walked; passed; arrived at; having come to a condition. || ñāta (pp. of jānāti), known; well-known; realised.