Harina to havya

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hariṇa : [m.] a deer.

harita : [adj.] green; tawny; fresh. (nt.), vegetables; greens.

haritatta : [nt.] greenness; freshness.

haritabba : [pt.p. of harati] should be carried or removed

haritāla : [nt.] yellow orpiment.

haritu : [m.] one who carries away.

harituṃ : [inf. of harati] to carry; to take away.

harittaca : [adj.] gold-coloured.

haritvā : [abs. of harati] having carried; having taken away.

harissavaṇṇa : [adj.] having a golden hue.

harītaka : [nt.] yellow myrobalan.

harītakī : [f.] yellow myrobalan.

hare : a particle used in addressing inferiors.

hala : [nt.] a plough.

halaṃ : [ind.] enough; why should.

halāhana : [nt.] a deadly poison.

haliddā : [f.] turmeric.

haliddī : [f.] turmeric.

have : [ind.] surely; indeed.

havya : [nt.] an oblation.