Hamsa to hattha

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haṃsa : [m.] a swan.

haṃsati : [haṃs + a] bristles; stands on the end (said of hari; to be glad.

haṃsana : [nt.] bristling.

haṃsapotaka : [m.] a young swan.

haṃsi : [aor. of haṃsati] bristled. || haṃsī (f.), a swan.

haṃseti : [caus. of haṃsati] causes to bristle.

haññati : [han + ya] is killed or destroyed

haññana : [nt.] torture; distress; killing.

haññamāna : [pr.p. of haññati] killing.

haññi : [aor. of haññati] was killed.

haṭṭhatuṭṭha : [adj.] full of mirth.

haṭṭhaloma : [adj.] with bristling hairs.

haṭha : [m.] violence.

hata : [pp. of hanati] killed; injured; destroyed. || haṭa (pp. of harati) carried; taken away.

hatacchedana : [nt.] cutting off the hand.

hatantarāya : [adj.] one who has removed obstacles.

hatabhāva : [m.] the fact of being destroyed.

hatāvakāsa : [(hata + avakāsa), adj.] one who has cut off every occasion of good and evil.

hatāvasesaka : [hata + vasesaka] surviving.

hattha : [m.] the hand; a handle; a cubit. || haṭṭha (pp. of haṃsati), was joyful; was happy; bristling.