Jighacchi to jimha

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jighacchi : [aor. of jighacchati] had a desire to eat.

jighacchita : [pp. of jighacchati] had a desire to eat.

jiñjuka : [m.] wild liquorice.

jiṇṇa : [pp. of jirati] became old; decayed.

jiṇṇaka : [m.] an old person.

jiṇṇatā : [f.] decrepitude.

jita : [pp. of jināti] conquered; subdued; (nt.), victory.

jitatta : [jita + atta] one who has subdued the mind.

jitta : [nt.] mastery.

jitvā : [abs. of jināti] having conquered; having subdued.

jina : [m.] the conqueror; the victor; the Buddha. || jīna (pp. of jīyati), become old; decayed. (adj.) diminished; wasted; deprived of.

jinacakka : [nt.] the doctrine of the Buddha.

jinanta : [pr.p. of jināti] conquring; subdueing.

jinaputta : [m.] a disciple of the Buddha.

jinasāsana : [nt.] the Buddha's teaching.

jināti : [ji + nā] conquers; subdues. || vijināti = jināti.

jini : [aor. of jināti] conquered; subdued.

jinitvā : [abs. of jināti] having conquered; having subdued.

jimha : [adj.] crooked; slant; dishonest.