Abhihanati to amata

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abhihanati : [abhi + han + a] strikes; hits.

abhihani : [aor. of abhihanati] struck; hit.

abhiharati : [abhi + har + a] brings to; to offers.

abhihari : [aor. of abhiharati] brought to; offered.

abhiharituṃ : [inf. of abhiharati] to bring over.

abhihāra : [m.] bringing near; offering.

abhihita : [pp. of abhidhāti] spoken. (nt.), a word; saying.

abhīta : [adj.] fearless; brave.

abhīru : [adj.] fearless; brave.

abhīruka : [adj.] fearless; brave.

abhūta : [adj.] not real; false. (nt.), falsehood.

abhūtakkhāna : [nt.] a lie.

abhūtavādī : [nt.] a liar.

abhejja : [adj.] not to be split or divided.

abhojja : [adj.] unfit to be eaten.

amaggakusala : [adj.] one who does not know the road well.

amacca : [m.] 1. a privy councillor; 2. a fellow-worker; colleague.

amajja : [nt.] that which is not intoxicating.

amajjapa : [adj.] one who does not take strong drinks; abstaining form intoxicants.

amata : [nt.] ambrosia; the deathless state. || amatā (f.), embolic myrobalan.