Kilamita to kisa

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kilamita : [pp. of kilamati] was wearied or fatigued.

kilamitvā : [abs. of kilamati] being wearied or fatigued.

kilamiyamāna : [pr.p. of kilamīyati] being made weary.

kilamīyati : [pass. of kilameti] has been made weary.

kilamīyi : [aor. of kilamīyati] had been made weary.

kilameti : [caus. of kilamati] makes weary.

kilametvā : [abs. of kilameti] having made weared.

kilamenta : [pr.p. of kilameti] making weared.

kilamesi : [aor. of kilameti] made weared.

kilāsa : [m.] a cutaneous disease.

kiliṭṭha : [pp. of kilissati] become soiled or stained; was impured.

kilinna : [pp. of kilijjati] wet; soiled; moist.

kilissati : [kilis + ya] becomes soiled or stained; is impure.

kilissana : [nt.] getting dirty or stained.

kilissanta : [pr.p. of kilissati] becoming soiled or stained; being impured.

kilissi : [aor. of kilissati] became soiled or stained; was impured.

kilesa : [m.] passion; lust; depravity; impurity.

kilesakāma : [m.] lust.

kilesakkhaya : [m.] destruction of passions.

kilesappahāṇa : [nt.] giving up of worldly passions.

kilesavatthu : [nt.] object of worldly attachment.

kilesita : [pp. of kileseti] caused to be soiled or defiled.

kileseti : [kilis + e] causes to be soiled or defiled.

kilesesi : [aor. of kileseti] caused to be soiled or defiled.

kilomaka : [nt.] the pleura.

kisa : [adj.] lean; haggard; emaciated.