Abhasi to amaya

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ābhāsi : [aor. of ābhāti] shone; radiated.

ābhisekika : [adj.] belonging to the consecration.

ābhujati : [ā + bhuj + a] bends; coils; contracts.

ābhujana : [nt.] crouching; bending; soiling.

ābhuji : [aor. of ābhujati] bent; coiled; contracted.

ābhoga : [m.] ideation; thought.

āma : [adj.] raw; fresh; uncooked; not ripe. (ind.), yes. || āmā (f.),a slave woman.

āmaka : [adj.] raw; fresh; uncooked; not ripe.

āmakasusāna : [nt.] charnel grove, where corpses are thrown to be eaten by wild animals.

āmagandha : [m.] verminous odour; flesh.

āmajāta : [adj.] born slave.

āmaṭṭha : [pp. of āmasati] touched; pated; rubbed.

āmaddana : [nt.] crushing.

āmantana : [nt.] calling; invitation; addressing.

āmantita : [pp. of āmanteti] called; addressed; invited.

āmanteti : [ā + mant + e] calls; addresses; invites.

āmantesi : [aor. of āmanteti] called; addressed; invited.

āmaya : [nt.] illness.