Kayavikara to kayura

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kāyavikāra : [m.] gesture.

kāyaviññatti : [f.] intimation through the body; a gesture.

kāyaviññāṇa : [nt.] consciousness by means of touch.

kāyaviññeyya : [adj.] to be perceived by the sense of touch.

kāyaviveka : [m.] seclusion of the body.

kāyaveyyāvacca : [nt.] menial duties.

kāyasaṃsagga : [m.] bodily contact.

kāyasakkhī : [adj.] he who has realised the final truth (through the body).

kāyasaṅkhāra : [m.] substratum of the body.

kāyasamācāra : [m.] good conduct.

kāyasamphassa : [m.] the sense of touch.

kāyasucarita : [nt.] good conduct in action.

kāyasoceyya : [nt.] purity of the body.

kāyika : [adj.] relating to the resulting from the body.

kāyikadukkha : [nt.] bodily pain.

kāyujjukatā : [f.] straightness of the body.

kāyūpaga : [adj.] attached to the body; going to a new birth.

kāyūra : [nt.] a bracelet worn on the upper arm.