Kamam to kameti

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kāmaṃ : [adv.] surely; certainly.

kāmagiddha : [m.] greedy of sexual pleasure.

kāmaguṇa : [m.] sensual pleasure.

kāmagedha : [m.] attachment to sensual pleasure.

kāmacchanda : [m.] attachment to sensual pleasure.

kāmataṇhā : [f.] thirst after sensual pleasure.

kāmada : [adj.] giving what is desire.

kāmadada : [adj.] giving what is desire.

kāmadhātu : [f.] the world of desire.

kāmapaṇka : [m.] the mire of lust.

kāmapariḷāha : [m.] the fever of passion.

kāmabhava : [m.] the sphere dominated by pleasures.

kāmabhogī : [adj.] enjoying the pleasure of the senses.

kāmamucchā : [f.] sensual stupor.

kāmarati : [f.] amorous enjoyment.

kāmarāga : [m.] sensual passion.

kāmaloka : [m.] the world of the pleasures.

kāmavitakka : [m.] thought concerning pleasures.

kāmasaṅkappa : [m.] aspiration after pleasure.

kāmasaññojana : [nt.] hindrance formed by pleasures.

kāmasukha : [nt.] happiness arising from sensual pleasures.

kāmasevanā : [f.] (indulgence in) sexual intercourse.

kāmita : [pp. of kāmeti] craved; desired.

kāmetabba : [pt.p. of kāmeti] desirable.

kāmeti : [kam + e] craves; desires.

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