Guhati to gokula

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gūhati : [gūh + a] hides; conceals.

gūhana : [nt.] concealment.

gūhamāna : [pr.p. of gūhati] hiding; concealing.

gūhi : [aor. of gūhati] hid; concealed.

gūhita : [pp. of gūhati] hidden; concealed; secret.

gūhitvā : [abs. of gūhati] having hiden; having concealing.

geṇḍuka : [m.] a playing ball.

gedha : [m.] greed.

gedhita : [pp.] greedy. (nt.), greed.

geyya : [adj.] that which is to be sung. (nt.), a poem; a certain style of literature. || ñeyya (adj.), what should be understood.

geruka : [nt.] red chalk used for colouring.

gelañña : [nt.] sickness.

geha : [m.; nt.] house; dwelling place.

gehaṅgana : [nt.] the yard in front of a house.

gehajana : [m.] members of a household.

gehaṭṭhāna : [nt.] site for a house.

gehadvāra : [nt.] the gate or the front of a house.

gehanissita : [adj.] connected with the family life.

gehappavesana : [nt.] (the ceremony of) entering a new building.

gehasita : [adj.] connected with the family life.

go : [m.] an ox; cattle in general.

gokaṇṭaka : [nt.] the hoof of cattle; a thorny medicinal plant Ruellia Longifolia.

gokaṇṇa : [m.] en elk.

gokula : [nt.] a cow-shed.