Asappaya to asara

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asappāya : [adj.] not beneficial or agreeable.

asappurisa : [m.] a wicked person.

asabala : [adj.] spotless.

asabbha : [adj.] impolite; vile. (nt.) vulgar language.

asabha : [adj.] bull-like, i.e. of strong and eminent qualities.

asama : [adj.] unequal; matchless.

asamasama : [adj.] equal to the matchless.

asamāna : [adj.] unequal.

asamāhita : [adj.] not composed.

asamekkhakārī : [m.] a hasty person.

asampakampiya : [adj.] not to be shaken.

asampatta : [adj.] not confused (in mind).

asammosa : [m.] absence of confusion.

asammoha : [m.] absence of confusion.

asayaṃvasī : [adj.] not under one's own control.

asayha : [adj.] unbearable.

asaraṇa : [adj.] helpless.

asahana : [nt.] non-endurance.

asahamāna : [pr.p.] not enduring.

asahaya : [adj.] lonely; friendless.

asāta : [adj.] disagreeable. (nt.) pain; suffering.

asādu : [adj.] of bad taste; disagreeable. (nt.) wrong action.

asādhāraṇa : [adj.] uncommon.

asāra : [adj.] worthless; sapless; vain.