Anunna to anutrasi

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anuññā : [f.] sanction; permission.

anuññāta : [pp. of anujānāti] allowed; permitted; sanctioned.

anuṭṭhahanta : [adj.] One who does not rouse himself; inactive (person).

anuṭṭhahāna : [adj.] One who does not rouse himself; inactive (person).

anuṭṭhātu : [adj.] One who does not rouse himself; inactive (person).

anuṭṭhāna : [nt.] inactivity. (adj.), not getting up.

anuṭṭhita : [adj.] 1. not risen up. 2. done.

anuḍahana : [nt.] burning.

anutappati : [anu + tap + ya] repents; regrets.

anutappi : [aor. of anutappati] repented; regreted.

anutā : [m.] remorse; anguish.

anutāpa : [m.] remouse; anguish.

anutiṭṭhati : [anu + ṭhā + a] 1. stands near by; 2. agrees.

anutīra : [nt.] neighbourhood of a bank or shore.

anutīraṃ : [adv.] along the bank or shore.

anuttara : [adj.] incomparable; unsurpassed.

anuttariya : [nt.] superiority; excellency.

anuttāna : [adj.] 1. not shallow; deep; 2. obscure.

anutthunana : [nt.] murmur; wailing; lamentation.

anutthunanta : [pr.p. of anutthunāti] would moan; would lament.

anutthunāti : [anu + thu + nā] moans; laments; bewails.

anutrāsī : [3] one who does not fear.