Jhatva to jhayaka

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jhatvā : [abs.] having burnt. || jhatvā = jhāpetvā.

jhasa : [m.] a fish.

jhāna : [nt.] concentration of mind; meditation (on a religious subject).

jhānaṅga : [nt.] a constituent of meditation.

jhānarata : [adj.] fond of meditation.

jhānavimokkha : [m.] emancipation through jhāna.

jhānika : [adj.] 1. one who has attained a jhāna. 2. belonging to a jhāna.

jhāpaka : [m.] one who sets fire to.

jhāpana : [nt.] setting fire to.

jhāpita : [pp. of jhāpeti] was burnt; set fire to.

jhāpiya : [abs. of jhāpeti] having burnt; having set fire to.

jhāpīyati : [pass. of jhāpati] is burnt.

jhāpeti : [caus. of jhāyati] caused to burn; causes to set fire to.

jhāpetvā : [abs. of jhāpeti] having burnt; having set fire to.

jhāpenta : [pr.p. of jhāpeti] causing to burn; causing to set fire to.

jhāpesi : [aor. of jhāpeti] caused to burn; caused to set fire to.

jhāma : [adj.] burnt; charred.

jhāmaka : [adj.] burnt.

jhāyaka : [m.] one who meditates.