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dahate ... dArita

0 dah/ate
he burns (something)
1 dah/ati
he burns (something)
2 dah/atR
burning
3 dAhit/aA
(was) burnt (has Nic)
4 dAhy/aA
that can be burnt (flammable)
5 dahyamAn/aA
being burnt, being on fire
7 dahy/ate
he's being burnt
8 dahy/ati
feels a burn (maybe bad grammar for dahyate)
9 dainy/a
dejection, distress;
wretchedness, misery, pitiable state
10 daitey/aI
pn (daitya, asura, descendant of diti)
11 daity/a
pn (same as asura)
12 daiv/aI
divine, heavenly;
related to the gods (the suras);
n destiny, fate, divine providence
13 daivat/a
deity
14 daivatais
deities, gods
15 daivatam
by fate
16 dakS/a
np
17 dakS/aA
suitable, skilled, competent
18 dakSiN/aA
gift, fee;
south;
right hand, right side;
f gift, fee (paid to a brahmin)
19 dakSiNApath/a
the South (the Deccan)
20 dAkSiNAty/a
the South (the Deccan)
21 dakSiNAyan/a
pn (time from the northern solstice to the southern solstice)
22 dAkSy/a
cleverness, skill
23 dal/a
n blade, petal, leaf
dal/a
pn
24 dam/a
self-control; tamer, subduer (of enemies etc.); pn
25 dAm/an
chaplet, wreath, garland for forehead
26 daman/a
taming, controlling, subduing, tamer;
pn
27 damayant/I
pn (see WP Damayanti)
28 damay/atR
taming, subduing, controlling
29 dambh/a
deceit, fraud, hypocrisy
30 dambhitv/a
n hypocrisy
31 dambhodbhav/a
pn
32 dAmodar/a
pn (of kRSNa)
33 dampatI
(dual) wife-and-husband, couple
34 daMSTr/a
pn (of a demon)
35 daMSTr/aA
mf fang, big tooth, tusk
36 daMSTr/iN
that has fangs
37 daMz/a
a stinging insect, gnat, gad-fly etc
38 daMzan/a
armour, coat of mail
39 daMzit/a
bitten;
protected (with armor etc)
40 dAn/a
giving, a gift, bribe (see upAya);
charity, an act of charity
41 dAnav/a
pn (of the asuras)
42 daND/aA
m stick, club;
punishment, the judiciary;
brute force (see upAya)
43 daNDadhAr/a
pn
44 daNDAdhip/a
attorney general
46 daNDak/a
name of a jungle
daNDak/a
pn (of a jungle)
47 daNDanIt/i
politics (science of government)
50 dandazUk/aA
biting, venomous;
mischievous, malignant;
m snake
53 dAnt/a
tamed, broken in, restrained, subdued (root dam)
54 dant/aA
tooth;
tusk
56 dant/in
elephant
57 dApay/ati
he gives (Nic -- more accurately: he sees to it that someone gives)
58 dar/a
fear
59 dAr/aA
m wife, wives;
wives and children (may be plural with singular meaning)
62 dArak/a
kid ( ? )
63 dAraN/aI
tearing, splitting, rending
64 dArav/aI
made of wood (daru + aN)
65 dArayA/mAsa
tore asunder, broke into pieces
66 dAray/ati
tears asunder, breaks into pieces
67 dAray/atR
tearing asunder, ripping apart, piercing;
scattering
68 dArayitvA
divided and, scattered and
69 darbh/a
holy grass (see WP Kusha grass)
70 dardur/a
frog
71 dar/I
hole in the ground, cave
72 daridr/a
poor
73 dAridry/a
poverty
74 dArit/aA
(was) torn, divided, split, rent

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