Cammakara to cariya

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cammakāra : [m.] a tanner.

cammakhaṇḍa : [m.] a piece of leather used as rug.

cammapasibbaka : [m.] a leather bag.

caya : [m.] piling; heaping; a mass.

cayaniṭṭhakā : brick.

cara : one who walks or frequents; 2. a spy. || cāra (m.), motion; action; process; going.

caraka : one who walks or frequents; 2. a spy. || cāraka (adj.), one who causes to move or act. (m.) a prison.

caraṇa : [nt.] walking about; the foot; conduct; behaviour. || caraṇā (f.), wandering. cāraṇa (nt.) to causing move or act; management.

carati : [car + a] walks or roams about; behaves; practises; performs.

caranta : [pr.p. of carati] walking or roaming about.

caramāna : [pr.p. of carati] walking or roaming about.

carahi : [ind.] now.

carāpeti : [caus. of carati] causes to move or practise; circulates.

carāpesi : [aor. of carāpeti] caused to move or practise; circulated.

cari : [aor. of carati] walked or roamed about; behaved. || cārī (adj.), (in cpds.) acting; practising; living; behaving.

carita : [pp. of carati] walked or roamed about; behaved. (nt.) 1. character; behaviour; 2. life. || cārita (pp. of cāretvā), set going; pastured.

caritu : [m.] performer; observer.

caritvā : [abs. of carati] having walked or roamed about.

carima : [adj.] the last; subsequent.

carimaka : [adj.] the last; subsequent.

cariyā : [f.] conduct; behaviour.