Javita to jata

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javita : [pp. of javati] run; hastened; hurried.

javitvā : [abs. of javati] having run; having hurried.

jaha : [adj.] (in cpds.), leaving behind; giving up.

jahati : [hā + a; hā is duplicated and the first hā is changed to ja] leaves; abandons; gives up; forsakes. || jahāti = jahati.

jahanta : [pr.p. of jahati] leaving; abandoning.

jahāra : [v.] (he) has left.

jahi : [aor. of jahati] left; abandoned.

jahita : [pp. of jahati] left; abandoned.

jahitabbā : [pt.p. of jahati] should be left.

jahitvā : [abs. of jahati] having left; having abandoned.

jāgara : [adj.] awake; vigilant; watchful.

jāgaraṇa : [nt.] keeping awake.

jāgarati : [jāgar + a] to be awake or watchful.

jāgaranta : [pr.p. of jāgarati] awaking.

jāgari : [aor. of jāgarati] awoke.

jāgarijāṇuyoga : [m.] vigilance; practice of watchfulness.

jāgarita : [nt.] wakeful state.

jāgariya : [nt.] vigil; waking.

jāgariyānuyoga : [m.] vigilance; practice of watchfulness.

jāṇu : [m.] the knee.

jāṇumaṇḍala : [nt.] the knee-cap.

jāṇumatta : [adj.] knee-deep.

jāta : [pp. of jāyati] born; arisen; become; occurred; happened. (nt.), a collection or variety. || jaṭa (nt.) the handle (of a knife, etc.). jaṭā (f.) tangle; planting; matted hair.