Appanihita to appassada

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appaṇihita : [adj.] free from desire.

appatikuṭṭha : [adj.] not despised.

appatiṭṭha : [adj.] without a footing or help.

appatissa : [adj.] not docile; rebellious.

appatissava : [adj.] not docile; rebellious.

appatihata : [adj.] not smitten; unobstructed. || appaṭihata (adj.),not smitten; unobstructed.

appatīta : [adj.] displeased.

appaduṭṭha : [adj.] not angry; not corrupt.

appadhaṃsiya : [adj.] not to be violated.

appamaññā : [f.] infinitude; a technical term including four qualities of mind, viz. love, pity, sympathy, and disinterestedness.

appamatta : [adj.] (a + pamatta:) vigilant; careful; alert. (appa + matta:) slight; insignificant.

appamattaka : [nt.] a trifle.

appamāṇa : [adj.] boundless; unlimited.

appamāda : [m.] vigilance; earnestness.

appameyya : [adj.] immeasurable.

appavatti : [f.] non-continuance; non-existence.

appasattha : [adj.] having few companions. (a + pasattha:), not being praised. ppa + sattha = caravan:

appasanna : [adj.] 1. displeased; 2. not believing.

appasamārambha : [adj.] of little trouble.

appasāda : [m.] displeasure; dislike.

appassaka : [adj.] possessing little; poor.

appassāda : [adj.] having little enjoyment.