Kotuhala to kola

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kotūhala : [nt.] excitement; curiosity.

kotthu : [m.] a jackal.

kotthuka : [m.] a jackal.

kodaṇḍa : [nt.] a bow.

kodha : [m.] anger.

kodhana : [adj.] peevish; uncontrolled (of mind).

konta : [m.] 1. sceptre lance; 2. a kind of bird.

kopa : [m.] anger; ill-temper.

kopaneyya : [adj.] apt to arouse anger.

kopita : [pp. of kopeti.] caused to make angry; caused to disturb; caused to shake; caused to trespass a law.

kopī : [adj.] ill-tempered.

kopīna : [nt.] the generative organ of either sex.

kopeti : [caus. of kuppati] causes to make angry; caused to disturb; causes to shake; causes to trespass a law.

kopetvā : [abs. of kopeti] having caused to make angry; having caused to disturb; having caused to shake; having caused to trespass a law.

kopesi : [aor. of kopeti] made angry; disturbed; shook; trespassed a law.

komala : [adj.] soft; producing affection.

komāra : [adj.] juvenile.

komārabrahmacariyā : [f.] the vow of chastity beginning from the infancy.

komārabhacca : [nt.] the medical treatment of infants; brought up by a prince.

komudī : [f.] moonlight; the full-moon day in the month kattika.

koraka : [m.] a bud.

korabya : [adj.] a descendant of kuru; belonging to the country of Kurus.

koravya : [adj.] a descendant of kuru; belonging to the country of Kurus.

kola : [m.; nt.] jujube fruit.