Kantati to kapi

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kantati : [kant + a] spins; cuts; shears; incises.

kantana : [nt.] spinning; incision.

kantanta : [pr.p. of kantati] spining; cutting; shearing; incising.

kantāra : [m.] wilderness; desert.

kantāranittharaṇa : [nt.] passing through a desert.

kanti : [aor. of kantati] spined; cut; sheared; incised.

kantita : [pp. of kantati] spined; cut; sheared; incised.

kanda : [m.] a tuber; yam.

kandati : [kand + a] cries; wails; laments.

kandana : [nt.] crying; lamentation.

kandanta : [pr.p. of] crying alound.

kandara : [m.] a grotto on the slope of a mountain. || kandarā (f.), a grotto on the slope of a mountain.

kandi : [aor. of kandati] cried; wailed; lamented.

kandita : [pp. of kandati] cried; lamented. (nt.) crying; lamentation.

kanduka : [m.] a ball (used in games).

kapaṇa : [adj.] poor; miserable; insignificant. (m.), a beggar.

kapalla : [nt.] a frying pan; pot-sherd.

kapallaka : [nt.] a frying pan; pot-sherd.

kapallapūva : [m. nt.] pan cake.

kapāla : [m.] 1. a shell (like that of a tortoise); 2. a frying pan; pan. 3. beggar's bowl.

kapālaka : [m.] 1. a shell (like that of a tortoise); 2. a frying pan; pan. 3. beggar's bowl.

kapālasīsa : the skull.

kapi : [m.] monkey.