Katika to kattika

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katikā : [f.] talk; conversation; an agreement.

katikāvatta : [nt.] a pact; an agreement.

katipaya : [adj.] some; several.

katipāha : [nt.] a few days.

katipāhaṃ : [adv.] for a few days.

kativassa : [adj.] having how many years; how-old?

katividha : [adj.] of how many kinds?

katuakatta : [nt.] pungency; severity.

katupāsana : [adj.] skilled in archery; dextrous.

katūpakāra : [adj.] helped or assisted by. (m.) the help given to someone else.

katokāsa : [adj.] being permitted; given leave to.

kattabba : [pt.p. of karoti] fit to be done. (nt.), duty; obligation.

kattabbatā : [f.] fitness to be done.

kattabbayuttaka : [adj.] fit to be done.

kattara : [adj.] very small.

kattaradaṇḍa : [m.] a walking stick; a staff.

kattarayaṭṭhi : [f.] a walking stick; a staff.

kattarasuppa : [m.] small winnowing basket.

kattari : [f.] scissors; shears.

kattarikā : [f.] scissors; shears.

kattikamāsa : [m.] name of a month; October-November.

kattikā : [f.] the constellation of Pleiades.