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Abhinipātī, a. falling on. 31 Abhiniropeti Abhinippīḷeti (abhi + ni + pīḷ + e), to oppress or crush thoroughly. Abhinipphajjati (abhi + ni + pad + ya), to become accomplished. abhinipphajji. aor. abhinipphanna. pp. Abhinipphatti, f production; accomplishment. Abhinipphādita, (pp. of the following), produced; accomplished. Abhinipphādeti (abhi + ni + pad + e), to produce; to bring into existence. abhinipphādesi. aor. Abhinibbatta (pp. of abhinibbattati), reproduced; reborn. Abhinibbatti, f. abhinibbattana, nt.
Gama, m. 1. coming; approach; 2. religion; scripture; 3. an inserted consonant. Āgamana, nt. oncoming; arrival. Āgamayamāna, a. waiting for; expecting. Āgameti (ā + gam + e), to wait for; to expect. āgamesi. aor. Āgamma, abs. (of āgacchati), having come; owing to. Āgāmī, a. coming; one who comes. ~kāla, m. the future. Āgālha, a. strong; rough. Āgārika, a. belonging to a house. Āgilāyati (ā + gilā + ya), to be wearied; to ache. Āgu āgilāyi. aor. Āgu, nt. guilt; offence. ~cārī, m. a criminal; a villain.
45 Aŋsu Ahaha, intj. exclamation of woe. nt. an immense number; m. name of a purgatory. Ahaŋ, (Nom. sg. of amha), I. ~kāra, m. egotism; arrogance. Ahāriya, a. immovable. Ahi, m. snake; serpent. ~guṇthika, m. snake-catcher. ~cchattaka, m. a mushroom. ~tundtka, m. snake-catcher. ~pheṇa, nt. opium. Ahita, nt. harm; unkindness. adj. harmful. Ahirika, a. shameless. nt. shamelessness. Ahivātakaroga, m. buboenie plague. Ahiŋsā, f. non-hurting. Ahīnindriya, a. not defective of any sense-organ. Ahugāliya, nt.