Gogana to gopeti

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gogaṇa : [m.] a herd of cattle.

goghātaka : [m.] a butcher.

gocara : [m.] pasture; fodder; food (in common); sense object; suitable place.

gocaragāma : [m.] a village from where a monk obtains his food.

gocchaka : [m.] a cluster or bunch.

goṭṭha : [nt.] cow-shed.

goṇa : [m.] an ox; a bull.

goṇaka : [m.] a woollen carpet with long fleece.

gotama : [adj.] belonging to the Gotama clan.

gotamī : [f.] a woman of the Gotama clan.

gotta : [nt.] clan; ancestry.

gotrabhū : [adj.] one who destroys the lineage.

godhā : [f.] iguana; a large kind of lizard.

godhuma : [m.] wheat.

gonasa : [m.] a viper.

gopaka : [m.] a guardian; watch-man.

gopakhuma : [adj.] having eye-lashes like that of a heifer.

gopana : [nt.] protection; care; watchfulness. || gopanā (f.), protection; care; watchfulness.

gopānasī : [f.] a bent beam supporting the framework of a roof.

gopānasīvaṅka : [adj.] as crooked as a gopānasī.

gopāla : [m.] a cowherd.

gopālaka : [m.] a cowherd.

gopita : [pp. of gopeti] guarded; protected; watched.

gopiya : [abs. of gopeti] having guarded; having protected; having watched.

gopī : [f.] a woman herding the cows or the wife of a cowherd.

gopura : [nt.] gateway; gate tower.

gopetabba : [pt.p. of gopeti] should be guarded; should be protected; should be watched.

gopeti : [gup + e] guards; protects; watches.