Kannikabaddha to katapunna

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kaṇṇikābaddha : [adj.] bound into sheafs.

kaṇṇikāmaṇḍala : [nt.] the top of a roof where the rafters meet.

kaṇtaka : [nt.] a thorn; a bone; any instrument with a sharp point.

kaṇtakādhāna : [nt.] a thorny hedge.

kaṇtakāpassaya : [(kaṇtaka + apssaya) m.] a bed made of an out-stretched skin, under which are iron spikes or thorns.

kaṇha : [adj.] black; dark; evil. (m.), the black colour; god vishṇu.

kaṇhapakkha : [m.] the dark half of the moon.

kaṇhavattanī : [m.] fire.

kaṇhavipāka : [adj.] having evil results.

kaṇhasappa : [m.] a venomous black snake.

kata : [pp. of karoti] done; made; finished; fulfilled. (m.), a mat; the cheek. || kāṭa (m.), the male organ.

katakamma : [adj.] practised; skilled, having done their own work.

katakalyāṇa : [adj.] one who has done good deeds.

katakicca : [adj.] having performed one's obligations.

katañjalī : [adj.] having raised one's hands in salutation.

kataññutā : [f.] gratitude.

kataññū : [adj.] grateful; obliging.

katatta : [nt.] the doing of; the fact of having done.

katapaṭisanthāra : [adj.] having (been) received kindly.

kataparicaya : [adj.] having practised or made acquaintance with.

katapātarāsa : [adj.] having finished one's breakfast.

katapuñña : [adj.] one who has performed meritorious actions.