Jivaka to jivitva

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jīvaka : [m.] one who lives; a personal name.

jīvagāha : [m.] catching alive.

jīvati : [jiv + a] lives; subsists on.

jīvadanta : [m.] the tusk of a living animal.

jīvana : [nt.] living; means of subsistence; livelihood.

jīvanta : [pr.p. of jīvati] living; subsisting on.

jīvamāna : [pr.p. of jīvati] living; subsisting on.

jīvi : [aor. of jīvati] lived; subsisted on. || jīvī (m.) one who lives. (in cpds.) leading a life of.

jīvikaṃ kappeti : gets one's living.

jīvikā : [f.] livelihood.

jīvita : [nt.] life; span of life.

jīvitakkhaya : [m.] the dissolution of life; death.

jīvitadāna : [nt.] saving of life.

jīvitapariyosāna : [nt.] the end of life.

jīvitamada : [m.] the pride of life.

jīvitavutti : [f.] livelihood.

jīvitasaṃsaya : [m.] danger of life.

jīvitasaṅkhaya : [m.] the solution for life.

jīvitāsā : [(jīvita + āsa) f.] desire of life.

jīvitindriya : [(jīvita + indriya), nt.] the faculty of life; vitality.

jīvitvā : [abs. of jīvati] having lived.