Agghaka to ankura

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agghaka : [adj.] (in cpds:), having the value of.

agghakāraka : [m.] valuator; appraiser.

agghati : [aggh + a] is worth; deserves.

agghanaka : [adj.] (in cpds:), having the value of.

agghāpana : [nt.] setting a price; valuation.

agghāpanaka : [m.] valuator.

agghāpaniya : [nt.] that which is to be valued.

agghi : [aor. of agghati] deserved.

agghika : [nt.] a post decorated with festoons.

agghiya : [nt.] a post decorated with festoons; an abligation made to a guest.

agghīyati : [v.] is esteemed.

agha : [nt.] 1. the sky; 2. grief; pain; 3. sin; misfortune.

aṅka : [m.] 1. the lap; 2. a mark; sign; 3. a numerical figure.

aṅkita : [pp. of aṅketi] marked out; branded.

aṅkura : [m.] a shoot; sprout; bud.