Kumbhaka to kulatanti

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kumbhaka : [nt.] the mast (of a ship).

kumbhakāra : [m.] potter.

kumbhakārasālā : [f.] pottery.

kumbhaṇḍa : [m.] pumpkin; a kind of celestial beings.

kumbhadāsī : [f.] a slave girl who brings water.

kumbhī : [f.] a pot.

kumbhīla : [m.] crocodile.

kumma : [m.] tortoise.

kummagga : [m.] wrong path.

kummāsa : [m.] junket.

kura : [nt.] boiled rice.

kuraṇḍaka : [m.] a flower plant; a species of Amaranth.

kurara : [m.] an osprey.

kuruṅga : [m.] a kind of antelope.

kurumāna : [pr.p. of karoti] doing.

kururaṭṭha : [nt.] the country of the kurus (in North India).

kurūra : [adj.] cruel; fierce.

kula : [nt.] a family; clan; caste. || kūla (nt.), river-bank; embankment.

kulageha : [nt.] the house belonging to the family; parents' house.

kulaṅgāra : [m.] one who brings a family to ruin.

kulatanti : [f.] the line and tradition of a family.