Gharadvara to ghayi

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gharadvāra : [nt.] house-door; a gate.

gharabandhana : [nt.] establishing of marriage.

gharamānusa : [m.] members of a house.

gharasappa : [m.] a rat-snake.

gharājira : [(ghara + ājira) nt.] house-yard.

gharāvāsa : [(ghara + āvasa) m.] the household life.

ghasa : [adj.] (in cpds.), one who eats. || ghāsa (m.), food; fodder; a kind of grass.

ghasati : [ghas + a] eats; consumes.

ghasanta : [pr.p. of ghasati] eating; consuming.

ghasamāna : [pr.p. of ghasati] eating; consuming.

ghasi : [aor. of ghasati] ate; consumed.

ghasitvā : [abs. of ghasati] having eaten; having consumed.

ghāṇa : [nt.] the nose.

ghāṇindriya : [nt.] the sense of smell.

ghāṇviññāṇa : [nt.] perception of smell.

ghātāpeti : [caus. of ghāteti] causes to kill or plunder.

ghātiya : [abs. of ghāteti] having killed; having slain; having destroyed.

ghātetabba : [pt.p. of ghāteti] should be killed; should be destroyed.

ghāyati : [ghā + ya] smells.

ghāyanta : [pr.p. of ghāyati] smelling.

ghāyamāna : [pr.p. of ghāyati] smelling.

ghāyi : [aor. of ghāyati] smelled.