Kahinti to kicchati

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kāhinti : [v.] (they) will do.

kiṃ : [rel. or inter. pron.] what? (m.) ko = who? (f.) kā = which woman? (nt.) kaṃ = what thing?

kiṃ kāraṇā : why?

kiṃ su : [ind.] an interrogative particle.

kiṃkara : [m.] a servant; an attendant.

kiṃkāraṇā : [adv.] by reason of what?

kiṃkiṇikajāla : [nt.] a net of tinkling bells.

kiṃkiṇī : [f.] a jingling bell.

kiṃvādī : [adj.] holding what view?

kiṃsuka : [m.] the tree Butea Frondosa.

kikī : [m.] the blue jay. (f.), female of the jay.

kiṅkara : [m.] a servant; an attendant.

kiṅkiṇikajāla : [nt.] a net of tinkling bells.

kiṅkiṇī : [f.] a jingling bell.

kicca : [nt.] duty; work; service; that which should be done.

kiccakārī : [adj.] doing one's won duty.

kiccākicca : [nt.] what should be done and not be done.

kiccha : [adj.] difficult; painful. (nt.), distress; difficulty.

kicchati : [kit + cha] is troubled or wearied.