Kattapunnata to kati

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katapuññatā : [f.] the fact of being meritorious.

katapubba : [adj.] done before.

katabhattakicca : [adj.] one who has finished his meal.

katabhāva : [m.] the fact of having done.

katama : [adj.] which; what; which of the many.

katamatte : [loc.] as soon as something has done.

katara : [adj.] which (of the two). || kātara (adj.), mean; poor; miserable.

kataveditā : [f.] gratiude.

katavedī : [adj.] grateful.

katasakkāra : [adj.] one who has received hospitality.

katasaṅketa : [nt.] an appointment or sign made beforehand.

katasaṅgaha : [adj.] one who has received hospitality.

katasāra : [m.] a mat made of some kind of stalks.

katasikkha : [adj.] one who has practised.

katādhikāra : [(kata + adhikāra) adj.] one who has formed a resolution or an aspiration.

katānuggaha : [(kata + anuggaha) adj.] assisted by.

katāparādha : [(kata + aparādha) adj.] guilty; a transgressor.

katābhinivesa : [adj.] one who has formed a resolution or an aspiration.

katābhinīhāra : [(kata + abhinīhāra) adj.] one who has formed a resolution or an aspiration.

katābhiseka : [adj.] anointed; consecrated.

kati : [interr. particle] how many. || kaṭi (f.), the hip; waist.