Janghabala to jatu

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jaṅghābala : [nt.] strength of the leg.

jaṅghāvihāra : [m.] a walk.

jaṅgheyya : [nt.] a knee-piece.

jacca : [adj.] (in cpds.), having such a birth. || jaccā = jātivā

jaccandha : [adj.] blind from birth.

jajjara : [adj.] feeble with age; old; vithered.

jajjarita : [pp. of jarati] weakened.

jañña : [adj.] pure; noble; charming; of good birth. || jaññā (3rd sing. pot. of ñā), to know.

jaṭādhara : [m.] an ascetic wearing matted hair.

jaṭita : [pp.] entangled; plaited.

jaṭiya : [m.] a kind of ascetics with matted hair.

jaṭila : [m.] a kind of ascetics with matted hair.

jaṭhara : [m.; nt.] the belly; the stomach.

jaṭharaggi : [(jhaṭhara + aggi) m.] gestation.

jaṇṇu : [nt.] the knee.

jaṇṇukā : [f.] the knee.

jaṇṇumatta : [adj.] knee-deep.

jatu : [nt.] the lac; sealing wax. || jātu (ind.) surely; undoubtedly.