Kulattha to kusala

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kulattha : [m.] a kind of vetch.

kuladūsaka : [m.] one who brings a family into a bad repute.

kuladhītu : [f.] daughter of a respectable family.

kulaparivaṭṭa : [n.] generation.

kulaputta : [m.] young man of a good family.

kulala : [m.] a hawk. || kulāla (m.), potter.

kulavaṃsa : [nt.] lineage; progeny.

kulālacakka : [nt.] potter's wheel.

kulāvaka : [nt.] nest.

kulisa : [nt.] thunder-bolt; a mace.

kulīna : [adj.] having a recognised clan.

kulīra : [m.] a crab.

kulīrapāda : [adj.] (a bed), having the legs in the shapes of a crab.

kulūpaga : [adj.] one who frequents a family.

kulla : [m.] a raft.

kuvaṃ : [ind.] where?

kuvalaya : [nt.] water-lily.

kuvera : [m.] name of the deity who governs the North; the king of Yakkhas.

kusa : [m.] a kind of fragrant grass; citronella; a lot.

kusagga : [nt.] the point of a blade of kusa.

kusacīra : [nt.] garment made of kusa-grass.

kusapāta : [m.] casting of lots.

kusala : [nt.] good action; merit; virtue. (adj.), clever.