Averi to avhana

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averī : [adj.] free from enmity.

avelā : [f.] improper time. || āvelā (f.), a garland for the head; chaplet.

avoca : [1st. sing. (aor. of vac.)] he said.

avyatta : [adj.] 1. not manifest; 2. not learned.

avyaya : [nt.] indeclinable particle; absence of loss.

avyayena : [adv.] without any expenditure.

avyākata : [adj.] not designated.

avyāpajjha : [adj.] free from oppression or suffering.

avyāpāda : [m.] freedom from malice.

avyāvaṭa : [adj.] not occupied; not worrying.

avyībhāva : [m.] the compound which has an indeclinable as its member.

avhaya : [m.] name; calling. (adj.) (in cpds.) having the name of.

avhayati : [ā + vhe + a] calls upon; invokes; appeals to.

avhayi : [aor. of. avhāti] called; addressed; summoned.

avhāta : [pp. of avhāti] called; addressed; summoned; named.

avhāti : [ā + vhā + a] calls; addresses; summons.

avhāna : [nt.] name; calling.