Kimikula to kilami

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kimikula : [nt.] a crowd or a kind of worms.

kimpakka : [nt.] a poisonous fruit in the shape of a mango.

kimpakkaphala : [nt.] a poisonous fruit in the shape of a mango.

kimpurisa : [m.] a bird with a human head; name of a forest dwelling nation.

kira : [ind.] really; truly; (refers to a report by hear-say). || kīra (m.), a parrot.

kiraṇa : [m.; nt.] ray; effulgence.

kirati : [kir + a] scatters.

kirāta : [m.] a kind of junglemen.

kiri : [aor. of kirati] scattered.

kiriya : [nt.] action; deed; performance. || kiriyā (f.),action; deed; performance.

kiriyavāda : [m.] belief in the consequence of action.

kiriyavādī : [m.] one who promulgates the view of kiriyavādā.

kirīṭa : [nt.] a crown; diadem.

kilañja : [m.] mat or rushes.

kilanta : [pp. of kilamati] was tired; was weary; was exhausted. || kīḷanta (pr.p. of kīḷati), playing; sporting; amusing oneself.

kilamati : [kilam + a] is wearied or fatigued.

kilamatha : [m.] fatigue; weariness.

kilamanta : [pr.p. of kilamati] becoming weary.

kilami : [aor. of kilamati] was wearied or fatigued.