Difference between revisions of "ita"

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mfn. ifc. gone  
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mfn. ifc. ido  
  
returned  
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retornado  
  
obtained ( cf. [[anita |anita]], [[udita |ud-ita]], etc. )   
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obtenido ( cf. [[anita |an-ita]], [[udita |ud-ita]], etc. )   
  
remembered cf. L.   
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recordado L.   
  
( ''ám'' ), n. way cf. ŚBr.
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( ''ám'' ), n. camino ŚBr.  
  
 
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mfn. one whose animal spirits have departed cf. TS.   
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mfn. cuyos espíritus animales han partido TS.   
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:48, 4 March 2009

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इत

ita [ ita ]


mfn. ifc. gone

returned

obtained ( cf. an-ita, ud-ita, etc. )

remembered L.

( ám ), n. way ŚBr.




itâ'su [ itAsu ]

mfn. one whose animal spirits have departed TS.