Gatatthana to gantu

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gataṭṭhāna : [nt.] the place where one has gone.

gatatta : [nt.] the fact of having gone.

gataddha : [adj.] one who has completed his journey.

gataddhī : [adj.] one who has completed his journey.

gatabhāva : [m.] the fact of having gone.

gatayobhana : [adj.] one who has passed his youth.

gati : [f.] going; career; course; passing on to another existence; destiny; behaviour. || ñāti (m.), a kinsman.

gatimantu : [adj.] of perfect behaviour.

gatta : [nt.] the body. || ñatta (nt.), learning; something known.

gathita : [pp. of gantheti] bound; fettered; greedy for.

gada : [m.] sickness; sound; speech. || gadā (f.), a kind of weapon; an iron bar.

gadati : [gad + a] says; speaks.

gadi : [aor. of gadati] said; spoke.

gadita : [pp. of gadati] said; spoken.

gaddula : [m.] a leash; leather strap.

gadduhana : [nt.] milking (of a cow).

gadduhanamattaṃ : [adv.] a short time as that of pulling once a cow's teat.

gadrabha : [m.] an ass; donkey.

gadhita : [pp. of gantheti] bound; fettered; greedy for.

ganasa : [m.] a viper.

gantabba : [pt.p.] should be gone.

gantu : [m.] one who goes.