Difference between revisions of "Kha to khanja"

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(New page: kha : [nt.] space; sky. khaga : [m.] a bird. khagga : [m.] a sword. khaggakosa : [m.] sheath for a sword. khaggatala : [nt.] blade of a sword. khaggadhara : [adj.] bearing a sword. k...)
 
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Latest revision as of 23:14, 13 November 2009

kha : [nt.] space; sky.

khaga : [m.] a bird.

khagga : [m.] a sword.

khaggakosa : [m.] sheath for a sword.

khaggatala : [nt.] blade of a sword.

khaggadhara : [adj.] bearing a sword.

khaggavisāṇa : [m.] rhinoceros; one who has a sword-like horn.

khaggāhaka : [m.] a sword-bearer.

khacati : [khac + a] inlays; adorns with.

khaci : [aor. of khacati] inlaid; adorned with.

khacita : [pp. of khacati] inlaid; adorned with.

khajja : [nt.] solid food; sweet meat. (adj.), to be eaten or chewed.

khajjaka : [nt.] sweet-meat.

khajjakantara : [nt.] various kinds of sweets.

khajjati : [khaj + ya (pass. of khādati.)] 1. is eaten; 2. is itchy; 3. is consumed.

khajju : [f.] itch.

khajjūrī : [f.] date-palm.

khajjopanaka : [m.] the fire-fly.

khañja : [adj.] lame.