Gilana to gitika

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gilana : [nt.] swallowing. || gilāna (adj.), sick; unwell; a sick person.

gilanapaccaya : [m.] support for the sick.

gilanta : [pr.p. of gilati] swallowing; devouring.

gilānaka : [adj.] sick; unwell; a sick person.

gilānabhatta : [nt.] food for the sick.

gilānasālā : [f.] a hall for the sick.

gilānālaya : [(gilāna + ālaya) m.] pretence of illness.

gilānupuṭṭhāka : [(gilāna + upuṭṭhāka) m.] one who attends the sick.

gilānupuṭṭhāna : [(gilāna + upuṭṭhāna) nt.] tending or nursing of the sick.

gili : [aor. of gilati] swallowed; devoured.

gilita : [pp. of gilati] swallowed; devoured.

gilitvā : [abs. of gilati] having swallowed; having devoured.

gihī : [m.] a layman; one who leads a domestic life.

gihībandhana : [nt.] layman's fetters.

gihībhoga : [m.] enjoyment of a layman.

gīta : [nt.] a song; singing. (pp. of gāyati), sung; recited.

gītarava : [m.] sound of a song.

gītasadda : [m.] sound of a song.

gītikā : [f.] a song.