Jara to jaladhi

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jara : [m.] fever. (adj.), old; decayed; decrepit. || jarā (f.) decay; old age. jāra (m.) a paramour.

jaraggava : [m.] an old bull.

jaratā : [f.] decay; old age.

jarasakka : [m.] the old sakka, (the deva-king).

jarājajjara : [adj.] feeble an decrepit with age.

jarājiṇṇa : [adj.] feeble an decrepit with age.

jarādukkha : [nt.] suffering through the old age.

jarādhamma : [adj.] subject to growing old or decaying.

jarābhaya : [nt.] fear of old age or decay.

jarūdapana : [nt.] decayed well.

jala : [nt.] water. || jaḷa (adj.) slow; stupid. (m.) a stupid person. jāla (nt.) a net; entanglement. jālā (f.) flame.

jalagocara : [adj.] living in the water; aquatic. (m.), a fish.

jalacara : [adj.] living in the water; aquatic. (m.), a fish.

jalaja : [adj.] born or sprung from the water. (nt.), a lotus.

jalati : [jal + a] shines; burns.

jalada : [m.] a rain-cloud.

jaladhara : [m.] a rain-cloud. || jalādhāra (jala + adhāra) m. deposit of water; reservoir.

jaladhi : [m.] the ocean.