Abhijanana to abhinha

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abhijānana : [nt.] recognition; recollection.

abhijānāti : [abhi + ñā + nā] knows fully or by experience; is aware.

abhijāni : [aor. of abhijānāti] knew fully or by experience; was aware

abhijāyati : [abhi + jan + ya] is born or arose well.

abhijigiṃsati : [abhi + har + sa*] wishes to overcome. || *har is changed to gin; gi is doubled and the former gi is changed to ji.

abhijigiṃsi : [aor. of abhijigiṃsati] wished to overcome.

abhijjanaka : [adj.] not breaking or separating.

abhijjamāna : [adj.] not breaking or separating.

abhijjhā : [f.] covetousness

abhijjhāyati : [abhi + jhe + a] wishes for; covets.

abhijjhāyi : [aor. of abhijjhāyati] wished for; coveted.

abhijjhālu : [adj.] covetous.

abhijjhita : [pp. of abhijjhāyati] wished for; coveted.

abhiñña : [adj.] knowing; possessed of knowledge. || abhiññā (abs. of abhijānāti), having understood well. (f.), special knowledge; supernormal power.

abhiññāṇa : [nt.] a special mark.

abhiññāta : [pp. of abhijānāti] well-known; recognised.

abhiññāya : [abs. of abhijānāti] having understood well.

abhiññeyya : [adj.] that which should be well understood.

abhiṇha : [adj.] continuous; habitual.