Kakola to kapotika

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kākola : [m.] a reven.

kāca : [m.] glass; crystal; cataract in the eye.

kācatumba : [m.] glass bottle.

kācamaṇi : [m.] crystal.

kācamaya : [adj.] made of glass.

kāja : [m.] a pingo; carrying pole.

kājahāraka : [m.] pingo-bearer.

kātabba : [pt.p. of karoti] what ought to be done. (nt.), duty.

kātave : [inf. of karoti] to do.

kātuṃ : [inf. of karoti] to do.

kātukamyatā : [f.] desire to do or perform.

kātukāma : [adj.] desirous of doing.

kātukāmatā : [f.] desire to do or perform.

kānana : [nt.] forest; grove.

kānanantara : [nt.] inside of a forest.

kāpilavatthava : [adj.] belonging to Kapilavatthu.

kāpurisa : [m.] a wretch; contemptible person.

kāpotaka : [adj.] of a dull white.

kāpotikā : [adj.] sort of liquor (which is of reddish colour).