Jimhata to jiva

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jimhatā : [f.] crookedness; dishonesty.

jiyā : [f.] a bow string.

jirati : [jir + a] becomes old; decays.

jivhagga : [(jivhā + agga) nt.] the tip of the tongue.

jivhā : [f.] the tongue.

jivhāyatana : [(jivhā + āyatana) nt.] the organ of taste.

jivhāviññāṇa : [nt] the cognition of taste.

jivhindriya : [(jivhā + indriya) nt.] the sense of taste.

jīmūta : [m.] rain-cloud.

jīyati : [ji + ya] becomes diminished; loses; becomes old; decays.

jīyamāna : [pr.p. of jīyati] becoming old.

jīyi : [aor. of jīyati] became diminished; decayed.

jīraka : [nt.] cummin seed.

jīraṇa : [nt.] decaying; getting old; digestion.

jīramāna : [pr.p. of jirati] becoming old; decayed.

jīrāpita : [pp. of jīrāpeti] caused to decay or digest.

jīrāpeti : [caus. of jīrati] causes to decay or digest.

jīrāpenta : [pr.p. of jīrāpeti] causing to decay or digest.

jīrāpesi : [aor. of jīrāpeti] caused to decay or digest.

jīri : [aor. of jirati] became old; decayed.

jīreti : [caus. of jīrati] causes to decay or digest.

jīresi : [aor. of jīreti] caused to decay or digest.

jīva : [m.] the life.