Jambuka to jayitva

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jambuka : [m.] a jackal.

jambudīpa : [m.] the country of the rose-apples; i.e. lndia.

jambupakka : [nt.] the fruit of Eugenia Jambolana.

jambusaṇḍa : [m.] rose-apple grove.

jambonada : [nt.] a sort of gold coming from the Jambu river.

jambhati : [jabh + ṃ + a] yawns; arouses oneself.

jambhanā : [f.] yawning; arousing.

jambhi : [aor. of jambhati] yawned; aroused oneself.

jamma : [adj.] vulgar; contemptible.

jaya : [m.] victory; conquest. || jāyā (f.) wife.

jayaggaha : [m.] conquest; the lucky throw or lot. || jayaggāha (m.) conquest; the lucky throw or lot.

jayati : [ji + a] conquers; surpasses; defeats. || jāyati (jan + ya) is born; arises.

jayanta : [pr.p. of jayati] conquering; surpassing. || jāyanta (pr.p. of jāyati), arising.

jayapāna : [nt.] the drink of victory.

jayampati : [m.] the husband and wife.

jayasumana : [nt.] the red China-rose.

jayi : [aor. of jayati] conquered; surpassed. || jāyi (aor. of jāyati), arose.

jayitvā : [abs. of jayati] having conquered; having surpassed. || jāyitvā (abs. of jāyati), having arisen.