Kenipata to kesa

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keṇipāta : [m.] rudder of a boat.

ketakī : [f.] screw-pine.

ketu : [m.] flag; banner.

ketuṃ : [inf. of kiṇāti] to buy.

ketukamyatā : [f.] vainglory; desire for prominence.

ketumantu : [adj.] adorned with flags.

kedāra : [m.; nt.] arable land; a field.

kedārapāḷi : [f.] a dam; narrow embankments in paddy fields.

keyūra : [nt.] a bracelet for the upper arm.

keyya : [adj.] fit to be bought; a thing to be bought.

kerāṭika : [adj.] deceitful; hypocritic. (m.), a dishonest person.

kerāṭiya : [nt.] deceit; fraud.

kelāsa : [m.] name of a mountain in the Himalayas.

kelāsakūṭa : [nt.] the peak of the Kelāsa mountain.

keḷī : [f.] sport; enjoyment.

kevaṭṭa : [m.] a fisherman.

kevala : [adj.] lonely; unmixed; whole; entire.

kevalaṃ : [adv.] only.

kevalakappa : [adj.] almost the whole.

kevalaparipuṇṇa : [adj.] complete in its entirety.

kesa : [m.] hair of the head.