Bhujanga to bhusa

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bhujaṅga : [m.] a snake.

bhujaṅgama : [m.] a snake.

bhujapatta : [m.] the Bhurja tree, a kind of willow.

bhujissa : [m.] a freeman.

bhuñjaka : [m.] one who eats or enjoys.

bhuñjati : [bhuj + ṃ-a] eats; enjoys.

bhuñjana : [nt.] eating.

bhuñjanakāla : [m.] meal-time.

bhuñjanta : [pr.p. of bhuñjati] eating; enjoying.

bhuñjamāna : [pr.p. of bhuñjati] eating; enjoying.

bhuñji : [aor. of bhuñjati] ate; enjoyed.

bhuñjitabba : [pt.p. of bhuñjati] eating; enjoying.

bhuñjitu : [m.] one who eats or enjoys.

bhuñjituṃ : [inf. of bhuñjati] to eat; to enjoy.

bhutta : [pp. of bhuñjati] eaten; enjoyed.

bhuttāvī : [adj.] one who has eaten; enjoyed.

bhutvā : [abs. of bhuñjati] having eaten; having enjoyed. || bhūtvā (abs. of bhavati), having existed.

bhumma : [adj.] terrestrial. (in cpds.), having stages or stories.

bhummaṭṭha : [adj.] situated on the earth.

bhummattharaṇa : [nt.] a ground covering; carpet.

bhummantara : [nt.] different stages or planes.

bhusa : [nt.] chaff; husks (of corn). (adj.), much; abundant. || bhūsā (f.) an ornament; decoration.