Jatuka to janeti

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jatukā : [f.] a bat.

jatumaṭṭhaka : [nt.] something encased with lac.

jattu : [nt.] the shoulder.

jana : [m.] a person; a man; the people.

janaka : [m.] a producer; father. (adj.), producing; generating. || jānaka (nt.) knowledge; recognition.

janakāya : [m.] a crowd of people.

janakāyatā : [f.] a gathering of people.

janatā : [f.] populace.

janana : [nt.] production; causing.

jananī : [f.] the mother.

janapada : [m.] a province; a country; country-side. || jānapada (adj.) belonging to the country; (m.) a rustic. plu. country-folk.

janapadakalyāṇī : [f.] the most beautiful girl in a country.

janapadacārikā : [f.] travelling in a country.

janasammadda : [m.] crowding of the people.

janādhipa : [m.] a king (of men).

janikā : [f.] the mother; genetrix.

janita : [pp. of janeti] generated; produced.

janinda : [m.] a king (of men).

janeti : [jan + e] generates; produces; gives birth.