Janitum to jalenta

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jānituṃ  : [inf. of jānāti] to know; to found out.

jānitvā : [abs. of jānāti] having known; having found out.

jānipati : [m.] the wife and husband.

jāmātu : [m.] son-in-law.

jāyattana : [nt.] the state of a wife.

jāyana : [nt.] birth; arising.

jāyamāna : [pr.p. of jāyati] arising.

jāyāpati : [m.] wife and husband.

jārattana : [nt.] the state of a paramour.

jārī : [f.] an adultress.

jālaka : [m.] a bud; a small net.

jālakkhika : [nt.] a mesh of a net.

jālapūva : [m.] pancake.

jālayamāna : [pr.p. of jāleti] kindling; lighting.

jālākula : [adj.] surrounded by flames.

jālika : [m.] a fisherman who uses a net. || jālikā (f.) an armour made of chain.

jālita : [pp. of jāleti] kindled; lighted. (pp. of jalati), shone; burnt.

jālinī : [f.] lust; desire; craving.

jāleti : [jal + e] kindles; lights; causes to burn.

jāletvā : [abs. of jāleti] having kindled; having lighted.

jālenta : [pr.p. of jāleti] kindling; lighting.