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(New page: asuddha : [adj.] unclean. asundara : [adj.] ugly; improper. asubha : [adj.] unpleasant; ugly. (nt.) a corpse. asura : [m.] a Titan; an Assirian. || asūra (adj.), cowardly or sluggish (...)
 
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asuddha : [adj.] unclean.

asundara : [adj.] ugly; improper.

asubha : [adj.] unpleasant; ugly. (nt.) a corpse.

asura : [m.] a Titan; an Assirian. || asūra (adj.), cowardly or sluggish (person).

asurakāya : [m.] the nation or an assembly of Asuras.

asurinda : [m.] the king of Asuras.

asekkha : [adj.] one who does not require any further training. (m.) an Arahant.

asekha : [adj.] one who does not require any further training. (m.) an Arahant.

asecanaka : [adj.] full and delicious in itself.

asevanā : [f.] non-association. || āsevanā (f.), practice; pursuit; association.

asesa : [adj.] entire; all.

asesaṃ : [adv.] fully; entirely.

asesi : [aor. of asati] ate.

asoka : [adj.] free from sorrow. (m.) the tree Jonesia Asoka.

asobhana : [adj.] ugly; improper.

asnāti : [as + nā] eats.

asmā : [m.] a stone.