Kammakara to kammappatta

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kammakara : [m.] work-man; labourer. || kammakāra (m.), work-man; labourer.

kammakaraṇa : [nt.] labour; service; working. || kammakāraṇā (f.), bodily punishment.

kammakāraka : [nt.] the Objective case.

kammakkhaya : [m.] consummation of the previous actions and the results thereof.

kammaja-vāta : [m.] pangs of child-birth; travail pains. (adj.), product by karma.

kammajāta : [nt.] various actions or jobs.

kammañña : [adj.] fit for work; ready; wieldy.

kammaññatā : [f.] readiness; workableness; fitness.

kammaṭṭhāna : [nt.] a subject for meditation; a branch of industry.

kammaṭṭhānika : [m.] a person practising meditation.

kammaṭhānika : [m.] a person practising meditation.

kammadāyāda : [adj.] inheriting the consequences of one's own deeds.

kammadhāraya : [m.] the adjectival compound.

kammadhiṭṭhāyaka : [m.] superintendent of a work.

kammanānatta : [nt.] manifoldness of karma.

kammanibbatta : [adj.] produced through karma.

kammanīya : [adj.] fit for work; ready; wieldy.

kammanta : [nt.] work; business.

kammantaṭṭhāna : [nt.] where the work is done; place of business.

kammantika : [adj.] a labourer; an artisan.

kammapatha : [m.] the ways of actions.

kammappaccaya : [adj.] having karma as the basis.

kammappatta : [adj.] those who have assembled to take part in an ecclesiastic act.