Kilitva to kujjhati

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kīḷitvā : [abs. of kiḷati] having played; having sported; having amused oneself.

kīva : [ind.] how much? how long?

kīva ciraṃ : [ind.] how long?

kīvataka : [adj.] how many? how much?

kukutthaka : [m.] a kind of bird.

kukku : [m.] a cubit.

kukkucca : [nt.] remorse; scruple; worry.

kukkuccaka : [adj.] scrupulous.

kukkuccāyati : [deno. from kukkucca] feels remorse.

kukkuṭa : [m.] a cock.

kukkuṭī : [f.] a hen.

kukkura : [m.] a dog.

kukkuravatika : [adj.] imitating a dog (in austerity).

kukkuḷa : [m.] hot ashes; name of a hell.

kukmudavaṇṇa : [adj.] water-pot.

kuṅkuma : [nt.] saffron.

kucchi : [m.] the belly or womb; interior.

kucchiṭṭha : [adj.] deposited in the womb.

kucchita : [pp.] contemptible; vile.

kucchidāha : [m.] inflammation in the stomach.

kuja : [m.] 1. a tree; 2. the planet of Mars.

kujjhati : [kudh + ya] is angry.