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mfn. gone by, past, passed away, dead 
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mfn. pasado, muerto
  
one who has gone through or got over or beyond, one who has passed by or neglected 
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uno que ha atravesado o superado o pasado más allá de, uno que ha pasado de largo o descuidado
  
negligent  
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negligente  
  
passed, left behind  
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pasado, dejado atrás  
  
excessive 
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excesivo
  
m. N. of a particular Śaiva sect  
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(''as''), m., N. de cierta secta Śaiva   
  
( ''am'' ) n. the past  
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( ''am'' ), n. el pasado.  
  
 
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passed, left behind   
 
passed, left behind   
  
excessive
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excessive
  
m. N. of a particular Śaiva sect   
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(''as''), m., N. of a particular Śaiva sect   
  
( ''am'' ) n. the past   
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( ''am'' ), n. the past.  
  
 
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m. the past time or tense   
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m. the past time or tense.  
  
 
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mfn. passed out of a ship, landed   
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mfn. passed out of a ship, landed.  
  
 
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अतीत

atîta [ atIta ]


mfn. gone by, past, passed away, dead

one who has gone through or got over or beyond, one who has passed by or neglected

negligent

passed, left behind

excessive

(as), m., N. of a particular Śaiva sect

( am ), n. the past.




atîta-kala [ atItakala ]

m. the past time or tense.



atîta-nauka [ atItanauka ]

mfn. passed out of a ship, landed.