Garavata to gahi

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gāravatā : [f.] respect.

gāḷha : [adj.] strong; tight; serious.

gāḷhaṃ : [adv.] tightly; strongly.

gāvī : [f.] a cow.

gāvuta : [nt.] a league; a measure little less than two miles.

gāvutika : [adj.] reaching a league in extent.

gāvo : [m. (nom. plu.)] cattle.

gāhaka : [adj.] a holder; taker; bearer.

gāhāpaka : [adj.] one who causes to take or hold.

gāhāpita : [pp. of gaṇhāpeti] caused to be taken or seized. (pp. of gāhāpeti), caused to take or to be seized.

gāhāpeti : [caus. of gaṇhāti] causes to take or to be seized.

gāhāpetvā : [abs. of gāhāpeti] having caused to take.

gāhāpenta : [pr.p. of gāhāpeti] causing to take or to be seized.

gāhāsesi : [aor. of gāhāpeti] caused to take or to be seized.

gāhiya : [abs. of gāheti] see gāhāpetvā.

gāhī : [adj.] a holder; taker; bearer.