Khandadanta to khattu

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khaṇḍadanta : [adj.] having broken teeth.

khaṇḍana : [nt.] breakage.

khaṇḍaphulla : [nt.] broken and shattered portions (of a building).

khaṇḍākhaṇḍaṃ : [adv.] (breaking) into fragments.

khaṇḍākhaṇḍikaṃ : [adv.] (breaking) into fragments.

khaṇḍikā : [f.] a piece; a broken bit.

khaṇḍicca : [nt.] the state of being broken, (said of teeth).

khaṇḍeti : [khaṇḍ + e] breaks into pieces; transgresses.

khaṇḍetvā : [abs. of khaṇḍeti] having broken into pieces; having transgressed.

khaṇḍesi : [aor. of khaṇḍeti] broke into pieces; transgressed.

khata : [pp. of khaṇati] dug; uprooted. || khāta (pp. of khaṇati), dug.

khatta : [nt.] political science; that which is belonging to Khattiyas.

khattiya : [m.] a man of the warrior caste. (adj.),to belonging Khattiyas. || khattiyā (f.), a woman of the Khattiya clan.

khattiyakaññā : [f.] a maiden of the Khattiya race.

khattiyakula : [nt.] the warrior caste.

khattiyamahāsāla : [m.] a millionaire of Khattiya tribe.

khattiyamāyā : [f.] the special knowledge of the Khattiyas.

khattiyasukhumāla : [adj.] tender and delicate like a royal prince.

khattiyānī : [f.] a woman of the Khattiya clan.

khattu : [m.] charioteer; a king's attendant adviser.