Bhasana to bhikkhi

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bhāsana : [nt.] speech; saying; talk.

bhāsanta : [pr.p. of bhāsati] saying; speaking; shining.

bhāsantara : [nt.] different language.

bhāsā : [f.] language; dialect.

bhāsi : [aor. of bhāti] shone. (aor. of bhāsati), said; spoke; shone. || bhāsī (m.) one who says or speaks.

bhāsita : [pp. of bhāsati] said; spoken; shone. (nt.), saying.

bhāsitabba : [pt.p of bhāsati] should be said; should be spoken; should be shone

bhāsitu : [m.] one who says or speaks.

bhāsitvā : [abs. of bhāsati] having said; having spoken; having shone.

bhāsura : [adj.] bright; shining.

bhiṃsana : [adj.] horrible; dreadful; awe-inspiring.

bhiṃsanaka : [adj.] horrible; dreadful; awe-inspiring.

bhikkhaka : [m.] a beggar; mendicant.

bhikkhati : [bhikkh + a] begs alms; asks for.

bhikkhana : [nt.] begging.

bhikkhanta : [pr.p. of bhikkhati] begging alms; asking for.

bhikkhamāna : [pr.p. of bhikkhati] begging alms; asking for.

bhikkhā : [f.] alms; food.

bhikkhācariyā : [f.] going about for alms.

bhikkhācāra : [m.] going about for alms.

bhikkhāhāra : [(bhikkhā + āhāra), m.] food received by a mendicant.

bhikkhi : [aor. of bhikkhati] begged alms; asked for.