Hatthimaraka to hanati

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hatthimāraka : [m.] elephant hunter.

hatthimeṇḍa : [m.] an elephant keeper.

hatthiyāna : [nt.] an elephant carriage or a riding elephant.

hatthiyuddha : [nt.] combat of elephants.

hatthirūpaka : [nt.] figure of an elephant.

hatthilaṇḍa : [m.] elephant dung.

hatthiliṅgasakuṇa : [m.] a vulture with a bill like an elephant's trunk.

hatthisālā : [f.] elephant stable.

hatthisippa : [nt.] the knowledge of elephant training.

hatthisoṇḍā : [f.] the trunk of an elephant.

hadati : [v.] defecates.

hadaya : [nt.] the heart.

hadayaṅgama : [adj.] pleasant; charming; agreeable.

hadayanissita : [adj.] connected with the heart.

hadayamaṃsa : [nt.] the flesh of the heart.

hadayavatthu : [nt.] the substance of the heart.

hadayasantāpa : [m.] grief.

hadayassita : [adj.] connected with the heart.

hanati : [han + a] kills; strikes; injures.