Abhavita to abhigajji

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abhāvita : [adj.] not developed; not practised.

abhikaṅkhati : [abhi + kakh + ṃ-a] longs or wishes for.

abhikaṅkhana : [nt.] hope; longing; wish.

abhikaṅkhi : [aor. of abhikaṅkhati] longed or wished for. || abhikaṅkhī (adj.), wishing for; desirous.

abhikaṅkhita : [pp. of abhikaṅkhati] longed or wished for. (nt.), hope; longing; wish.

abhikiṇṇa : [pp. of abhikirati] strewn over with.

abhikiraṇa : [nt.] scattering over.

abhikirati : [abhi + kir + a] scatter over; to sprinkle.

abhikūjati : [abhi + kuj + a] warbles; sings (of birds).

abhikūjana : [nt.] singing of birds.

abhikūji : [aor. of abhikūjati] warbled; sang (of birds).

abhikūjita : [pp. of abhikūjati] resounding with (the song of birds).

abhikkanta : [pp. of abhikkamati] 1. gone forward; past; 2. most pleasant. (nt.), going forward.

abhikkantatara : [adj.] more brilliant.

abhikkama : [m.] going forward.

abhikkamati : [abhi + kam + a] proceeds.

abhikkami : [aor. of abhukkamati] proceeded.

abhikkhaṇa : [adj.] constant.

abhikkhaṇaṃ : [adv.] constantly; often.

abhikkhaṇati : [abhi + kha + a] digs up.

abhikkhaṇana : [nt.] digging.

abhikkhaṇi : [aor. of abhikhaṇati] dug.

abhigajjati : [abhi + gad + ya] roars; thunders.

abhigajjana : [nt.] roaring, thundering.

abhigajji : [aor. of abhigajjati] roared; thundered.