Kabala to kampana

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kabala : [m.; nt.] a lump; a morsel; a mouthful.

kabaliṅkāra : [m.] lumping.

kabaliṅkārāhāra : [m.] material food.

kabkaba : [nt.] bracelet.

kabba : [nt.] a poem; poetical composition. || kaṇṇa (nt.), the ear; an angle; corner; edge of a garment.

kama : [m.] order; manner; proceeding; way. || kāma (m.), pleasure; lust; enjoyment; an object of sexual enjoyment.

kamaṇḍalu : [m.; nt.] a water-pitcher.

kamatā : [f.] (in cpds.), wish; longing. || kāmatā (f.), longing; willingness.

kamati : [kam + a] goes; enters into.

kamanīya : [adj.] desirable; lovely; beautiful.

kamala : [nt.] a lotus.

kamaladala : [nt.] petal of a lotus.

kamalāsana : [m.] the Brahmā; the creator.

kamalinī : [f.] a lotus pond or lake.

kamavega : [m.] impulse of lust.

kami : [aor. of kamati] went; entered into. || kāmī (adj.), one who possesses the objects of sensual pleasures; (in cpds.) desirous of.

kamuka : [m.] arecanut tree. || kāmuka (adj.), lustful; lewed.

kampaka : [adj.] one who shakes.

kampati : [kamp + a] trembles; wavers.

kampana : [nt.] trembling; movement.