Anussuta to anoka

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anussuta : [pp. of anussarati] heard of

anuhīramāna : [pr.p.p.] being help up.

anūna : [adj.] not lacking or deficient; complete.

anūnaka : [adj.] not lacking or deficient; complete.

anūnatā : [f.] completeness.

anūpama : [adj.] that which has no comparison.

anūhata : [adj.] not rooted out.

aneka : [adj.] many; various.

anekajāti : [adj.] having many rebirths.

anekapariyāya : [m.] various ways.

anekappakāra : [adj.] multifarious; manifold; divers.

anekavidha : [adj.] multifarious; manifold; divers.

anekavihita : [adj.] of different kinds; various.

anekasākha : [adj.] with many branches.

aneja : [adj.] free from lust.

anedha : [adj.] fuel-less.

aneḷa : [adj.] faultless; pure.

aneḷaka : [adj.] faultless; pure.

aneḷagala : [adj.] free from dripping saliva.

anesanā : [f.] wrong way of earning.

anoka : [adj.] 1. houseless; 2. free from attachment.