Kudda to kuto

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kuḍḍa : [nt.] a wall.

kuḍḍamūla : [nt.] foot of a wall.

kuṇapa : [m.] corpse; carcass; a loathsome thing.

kuṇapagandha : [m.] smell of a rotting corpse.

kuṇāla : [m.] the Indian cuckoo.

kuṇī : [m.] a cripple. (adj.), crooked-handed.

kuṇṭha : [adj.] blunt.

kuṇṭhita : [pp. of kuṇṭheti] made blunt, bent or lame.

kuṇṭheti : [kuṇṭh + e] makes blunt, bent or lame.

kuṇṭhesi : [aor. of kuṇṭheti] made blunt, bent or lame.

kuṇḍaka : [nt.] the powder obtained from the inner rind of rice.

kuṇḍakapūva : [m.; nt.] cake made of that powder.

kuṇḍala : [nt.] an earring; a curl.

kuṇḍalakesa : [adj.] having curled hair.

kuṇḍalāvatta : [adj.] twisting round (like a watch-spring).

kuṇḍalī : [adj.] having earrings or curls.

kuṇḍikā : [f.] a pitcher; water-jug.

kuṇḍī : [f.] a pitcher; water-jug.

kutūhala : [nt.] excitement; curiosity.

kuto : [adv.] where from? whence?