Bilanga to bujjhi

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bilaṅga : [m.] vinegar.

bilaṅgathālikā : [f.] a kind of torture.

bilaso : [adv.] in portions or heaps.

billa : [m.] the marmelos tree.

biḷāra : [m.] a cat.

biḷārabhastā : [f.] the bellows.

biḷālī : [f.] a she cat; a kind of bulbous plant.

bīja : [nt.] seed; germ; generating element.

bījakosa : [m.] the capsule or seed vessel of flowers; the scrotum.

bījagāma : [m.] seed-kingdom.

bījajāta : [nt.] species of seed.

bījabīja : [nt.] plants propagated by seeds.

bībhacca : [adj.] awful; horrible.

bīraṇa : [nt.] the grass andropogon muricatus, which produces fragrant roots.

bīraṇatthambha : [m.] a bush of the above said grass.

bujjhati : [budh + ya] knows; understands; perceives; is awake.

bujjhana : [nt.] awakening; attaining knowledge.

bujjhanaka : [adj.] intelligent; prudent.

bujjhanta : [pr.p. of bujjhati] knowing; understanding.

bujjhamāna : [pr.p. of bhujjhati] perceiving.

bujjhi : [aor. of bujjhati] knew; understood; perceived.