Ijjhita to itihasa

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ijjhita : [pp. of ijjhati] succeeded; prospered.

iñjati : [iñj + a] moves; stirs.

iñjana : [nt.] motion; movement. || iñjanā (f.), motion; movement.

iñji : [aor. of iñjati] moved; stired.

iñjita : [pp. of iñjati] moved; shaken. (nt.), movement; vacillation.

iṭṭha : [adj.] pleasing; agreeable. (nt.), happiness; pleasure.

iṭṭhakā : [f.] tile; brick.

iṇa : [nt.] debt.

iṇaṭṭha : [adj.] one who is in debt; debtor.

iṇapaṇṇa : [nt.] promissory note.

iṇamokkha : [m.] release from debt.

iṇasāmika : [m.] creditor.

iṇasodana : [nt.] discharge of debt.

iṇāyika : [m.] debtor.

itara : [adj.] the other.

itarītara : [adj.] whatsoever; any.

iti : [ind.] thus. (used to point out something just mentioned or about to be mentioned, and to show that a sentence is finished). Very often its former i is elided and ti only is remaining. || īti (f.), calamity.

itikira : [ind.] thus I have heard.

itivuttaka : [nt.] a treatise of Suttas beginning with the phrase 'thus it is said'.

itihāsa : [m.] history; tradition.