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aḍḍhatiya : [adj.] consisting of two and a half.

aḍḍhateyya : [adj.] consisting of two and a half.

aḍḍhadaṇḍaka : [n.] one half of a stick which is split into two; a short stick.

aḍḍhayoga : [m.] a kind of house which has a roof in the shape of an eagle's wing.

aḍḍharatta : [nt.] midnight.

aḍḍhuḍḍha : [m.] three and a half.

aḍḍhullikhita : [adj.] half-combed.

aṇāpaka : [m.] one who commands or issues orders.

aṇu : [m.] a very small particle; an atom. (adj.), minute; subtle; atomic.

aṇumatta : [adj.] of very small size; tiny.

aṇusahagata : [adj.] having a residium.

aṇḍa : [nt.] 1. an egg; 2. the testicles.

aṇḍaka : [nt.] 1. an egg; 2. the testicles.

aṇḍaja : [adj.] oviparous; born of an egg. (m.), a bird; a serpent.

aṇḍūpaka : [nt.] 1. a coil; 2. a pad for keeping something on.

aṇṇa : [m.] water.