Khipa to khiyati

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khipa : [m.] anything thrown over; a fish trap; a cloak.

khipati : [khip + a] casts; throws out; sneezes.

khipana : [nt.] throwing; casting away.

khipanta : [pr.p. of khipati] casting; throwing out; sneezing.

khipamāna : [pr.p. of khipati] casting; throwing out; sneezing.

khipi : [aor. of khipati] casted; threw out; sneezed.

khipita : [pp. of khipati] thrown out. (nt.), sneezing.

khipitasadda : [m.] the sound of sneezing.

khipituṃ : [inf. of khipati] to throw; to sneeze.

khipitvā : [abs. of khipati] having casted; having thrown out; having sneezed.

khippa : [adj.] quick.

khippaṃ : [adv.] quickly.

khippataraṃ : [adv.] very soon; very quickly.

khila : [nt.] callosity; hardness. || khīla (m.), peg; a stake; a post.

khīṇa : [pp. of khīyati] exhausted; wasted.

khīṇatā : [f.] the fact of being wasted or exhausted.

khīṇatta : [nt.] the fact of being wasted or exhausted.

khīṇaniraya : [adj.] one who is beyond the hell.

khīṇabīja : [adj.] one who is without the seed of existence.one who is without the seed of existence.

khīṇāsava : [(khiṇa + āsava) adj.] whose mind is free from mental obsessions.

khīyati : [khī + ya] is exhausted; wastes away; becomes dejected.