Gantum to gandhabba
gantuṃ : [inf. of gacchati] to go.
gantvā : [abs. of gacchati] having gone.
gantha : [m.] bond; fetter; a composition; a text.
ganthakāra : [m.] an author; compiler of a book.
ganthadhura : [nt.] the burden of studying Scriptures.
ganthana : [nt.] knitting; twisting; composition.
ganthappamocana : [nt.] releasing from the fetters.
ganthāvali : [f.] literature.
ganthita : [pp. of gantheti] tied; bound or fastened together; knitted.
gantheti : [ganth + e] ties; binds or fastens together; knits.
ganthetvā : [abs. of gantheti] having tied; having bound or fastened together; having knitted.
ganthenta : [pr.p. of gantheti] tying; binding or fastening together; knitting.
ganthesi : [aor. of gantheti] tied; bound or fastened together; knitted.
gandjāta : [nt.] kinds of perfumes.
gandha : [m.] odour; smell; scent.
gandhakuṭi : [f.] perfumed chamber; the room occupied by the Buddha.
gandhakuraṇḍaka : a perfume chest.
gandhacuṇṇa : [nt.] scented powder.
gandhajāta : [nt.] kinds of perfumes.
gandhatela : [nt.] scented oil.
gandhapañcaṅgulika : [nt.] the five-finger-mark made after the fingers have been immersed in some scented solution.
gandhabba : [m.] 1. a musician; a heavenly musician belonging to the demigods; 2. a being ready to take a new existence.