Kitaka to kilita

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kīṭaka : [m.] an insect; a moth.

kīta : [pp. of kiṇāti] bought. || kīṭa (m.), an insect; a moth.

kītvā : [abs. of kiṇāti] having bought.

kīdisa : [adj.] of what kind? what like?

kīla : [m.] a stake. || kīḷā (f.), playing; sport.

kīḷati : [kīḷ + a] plays; sports; amuses oneself.

kīḷanaka : [nt.] a toy. (adj.), playing.

kīḷanā : [f.] sport; enjoyment.

kīḷamāna : [pr.p. of kīḷati] playing; sporting; amusing oneself.

kīḷāgoḷaka : [nt.] a ball to play with.

kīḷāpanaka : [adj.] one who makes play.

kīḷāpasuta : [adj.] bent on play.

kīḷāpeti : [caus. of kīḷati] causes to play.

kīḷāpetvā : [abs. of kīḷāpeti] having caused to play.

kīḷāpenta : [pr.p. of kīḷāpeti] causing to play.

kīḷāpesi : [aor. of kīḷāpeti] caused to play.

kīḷābhaṇḍaka : [nt.] a plaything; toy.

kīḷāmaṇḍala : [nt.] play-ground.

kīḷi : [aor. of kiḷati] played; sported; amused oneself.

kīḷita : [pp. of kīḷati] caused to play. (nt.), sport; play.