Karajakaya to kari

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karajakāya : [m.] the body (which is born of impurity.).

karañja : [m.] the tree Pongamiya glabra.

karaṇa : [nt.] 1. doing; making; 2. production. || kāraṇa (nt.), reason; cause. kāraṇā (abl.) by means of; through; by. (f.), torture; bodily punishment.

karaṇattha : [m.] the sense of the instrumentality.

karaṇavibhatti : [f.] the instrumental case.

karaṇīya : [adj.] ought to be done. (nt.), duty; obligation.

karaṇīyatā : [f.] the fact that something has to be done.

karaṇḍaka : [m.] casket; a small box or receptacle.

karaṇda : [m.] casket; a small box or receptacle.

karatala : [nt.] the palm of the hand.

karapuṭa : [m.] the folded hand.

karabha : [m.] 1. a camel; 2. the wrist.

karabhūsā : [f.] any kind of ornament for the hand; a bracelet.

karamadda : [m.] the tree Carissa Carandas.

karamarānīta : [adj.] one who is captured in a war.

karavassa : [nt.] hail-storm.

karavīka : [m.] the Indian cuckoo.

karavīkabhāṇī : [adj.] speaking with a clear and melodious voice.

karavīra : [m.] the oleander tree.

karahaci : [ind.] seldom; at times.

kari : [aor. of karoti] did; acted; made; built. || karī (m.), an elephant. kārī (m.), doer. (Mostly in cpds. such as sātāccakārī).