Cajitva to calesi

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cājitvā : [abs. of cajati] having let loose; having abandoned; having given up.

cāṭi : [f.] a jar; a pot.

cāṭukamyatā : [f.] flattery.

cātuddasī : [f.] the 14th day of a fortnight.

cātuddīpaka : [adj.] covering the four continents or sweeping over the whole earth.

cātummahāpatha : [m.] the place where four roads meet.

cātummahābhūtika : [adj.] consisting of the four great elements.

cātummahārājika : [adj.] belonging to the retinue of four Deva kings, inhabiting the lowest Deva heaven.

cāturiya : [nt.] skill; shrewdness.

cāpa : [m.] a bow.

cāpalla : [nt.] fickleness

cāmīkara : [nt.] gold.

cāraṇika : [nt.] pantomime.

cārikā : [f.] a journey; wandering.

cāritta : [nt.] custom; conduct; practice; calling on.

cāru : [adj.] charming; beautiful; pleasant.

cārudassana : [adj.] lovely to behold.

cāreti : [caus. of carati] causes to set going; causes to pasture; causes to feast one's senses.

cāretvā : [abs. of cāreti] having caused to set going.

cārenta : [pr.p. of cāreti] setting going; pasturing.

cāresi : [aor. of cāreti] caused to set going; caused to pasture.

cālayamāna : [pr.p. of cāleti] causing to shake. (pr.p. of calati), shaking.

cāleti : [caus. of calati] causes to shake; causes to agitate.

cāletvā : [abs. of calati] having caused to shake. (abs. of cāleti), having shaken; having agitated.

cālenta : [pr.p. of calati] causing to shake. (pr.p. of cāleti), shaking.

cālesi : [aor. of cāleti] caused to shake; caused to agitate. (aor. of calati), shoke.