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Adams 1999

Adams, Douglas Q. 1999. A dictionary of Tocharian B. Leiden Studies in Indo-European 10. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi.

Type:book
Zotero:TS8TP22W
Language:en
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Used for words:akañcar; akritāññe; akṣārālaṃbaṃ; agamadhari; agamadhare; acalasuttär; atāne; anulakṣaṃ; anulakṣanänta; antarakalp; antarakalpanma; antariye; antartiṣ; antāpce; apamārga; aparimāṃ; apaśabdh; apāy; apāynta; apratisaṃkhyānirot; apramaṇi; apramaṇinta; abraji; abrajinta; abhidharmike; abhiprāy; abhiprāyänta; abhyantarakālp; abhyākhyāṃ; amarṣ; amarṣäṣṣe; amārraṣṣa; amārraṣṣe; amäkṣpänta; amäkṣpänte; ampalakkesar; ampraṣṭo; amprätapātär; amprätaśarme; amprätodane; amprätodaneṃ; amrätarakṣite; ayardhyāme; araṇyāyataṃ; araṇyāyatannaṃts; aruci; aruṇariju; ark_uye; arjune; arṇyārtate; armokiññe; aryamarkṣe; aryamarkṣai; aryamaitreye; aryamaitryeṃ; arśakärśa; artsa; alāṣmo; alāṣmonts; alāṣmontse; alāsäññe; alyuṣmaññe; avatrāpi; avaṣi; avasth; avasthaṣṣe; avasthālakṣaṃ; avijñaptirūp; avidyä; aviraje; avyākṛt; awāsiki; awāsīke; awāsikeṃ; aśakula; aśamati; aśaikṣi; aśaikṣe; aśokamitre; aśokarakṣitentse; aśleṣ; aśvamet; aśvini; aśviṇine; atsiñe; ā_u; ākhu; āgat; āgatänta; āgam; āṅk; āṅkär; āñcarasa; āto; ātmadṛṣṭi; ātmapāvabhet; āttsi; ādhyātmiki; ādhyātmike; āp; āpäṃ; āmapi; āmiṣ; āyataṃ; āyatanadravyi; āyatanadravye; āyatanänta; āyatanäntaṃts; āyar; āraṇyāyataṃ; ārūpyadhātu; ārupyäṣṣe; ārupyäṣṣeṃ; āre; āryamārg; āryamārgäntse; āryottāme; ārslāṃ; ālambaṃ; ālambaṃtstse; ālaṣmoṃ; ālp; ālme; āwi; āśāyis; āśai; āśtāwi; āśtāwintse; āśmagupti; āśrayāśrite; āśrayāśriteṃ; āśrayṣṣe; āśraytstse; āśrai; āhār; āhārakṛtyiññe; āhārasūtar; āhāräñc; āhāränta; āhrīkyanavatrāpyä; inäśāśśäññe; indranīl; indravyākaranäṣṣe; indraiśñe; imāne; irand; iryāpath; iryāpathänta; iwate; iṣcake; iskil; uttaraphalguṇi; utpat; udāṃ; udāyi; udāyiṃ; udumbara; upakṣepapadak; upagupi; upagupte; upacai; upatāpi; upadeś; upadeśäṣṣe; upasakāñcana; upādāṃ; upādāyarūp; upāy; upāyne; upāynta; upālyittse; upāsakāñca; upekṣindri; upekṣindrinta; upekṣopavicār; upekṣopavicāränta; upoṣathe; uppalavarṇa; uppalavarṇay; urṇaṣṣe; urbilvakāśyape; uluke; uwataka; uwatakaṃts; uwant; uwaṃt; uṣmakatäṣṣa; uṣmakatäṣṣe; ustama; ekaśriṅke; ekārthavācaki; ekārthavācake; ekāsanikäññe; enmer; enmelya; enmelyantse; eye; eyentse; er; eraṇḍaṣṣe; erk; erkantse; el; ewepe; esale; aikaräññe; aikari; aikare; aikareṃ; aikarona; aikarñeṣṣe; aikarya; aicärke; aineye; aineyentse; aiyyāna; aiyye; aiyyer; airawanta; airawantantse; oñt; op; omotruññaiṣṣe; ompakwättäññe; omprotärcci; omprotärtstse; orpoṅk; olyi; olyitau; olyisa; oṣṣale; aupacayik; aume; auśiye; auṣämiye; kakoṭak; kakwār; kaccalya; kaccalyai; kaccāp; kaccāpäṃ; kañcuki; kaṭapūtane; kaṭapūtaneṃ; katukarohiṇi; kaṭpaśabaralodär; kanake; kanti; kantine; kantiś; kanthäke; kaṇḍāri; kaparcitay; kappi; kappinta; kappinmasa; kapyāri; kapyāre; kapyāreṃts; kapyāres; kamāl; karītsñe; karute; karuṇasāri; karocuki; karkar; karkarntse; karnor; karmapath; karmapathänta; karmapathäṣṣe; karmavārg; karse; kalapak; kaliyuk; kalyāṇavraddhi; kalyānawartane; kavvinma; kavviṣṣe; kawātstse; kaśmaryaphal; kaṣake; kaṣṭa; kāḍiki; kāḍike; kāḍikentse; kāmaguṃ; kāmagunta; kāmāvacaräṣṣi; kāmāvacaräṣṣe; kāy; kāyike; kāri; kārik; kāre; kāryakāryatstsaññe; kāḷodāye; kāvvi; kāvvintse; kāwa; kāwo; kāś; kāśiṣṣe; kärkauca; kärsauca; kärsaucañ; kärsaucai; kälkañc; kälpaṣṣuki; kälpaṣṣukiṃ; kälpauca; kiñcelle; kiratikta; kiśore; kucaññe; k_ucatāk; kucatākmeṃ; kutumñcik; kuttipaśaṃ; kuntäṣṣe; kuntsaññe; k_umārapuṇye; kurār; kurkala; kulaṃkule; kuva; kuśalasāsrap; kuṣṭa; kuhākäññe; keñiye; kenottär; kenmer; kentse; kepec; kepece; kera; keraṃts; kereptaññe; kerketstse; kerketstseṃ; kertik; kesarne; kesār; kaice; kokalpänta; kokalpäntantse; kokalpäntai; kokīl; koṭiśvare; koṭiśvareṃ; kotai; kotaiñ; kotaisa; koto; kottarcce; kottarntse; kottarwa; kottartstse; kottär; kotrik; katruññe; konaikke; konmaikaṅkauśke; kontsai; kontso; kompaiñ; kompaino; koyñi; koyṣiśke; koysaṃ; korośāna; kolite; kolyi; kośagat; koṣṭhile; kosi; kosintse; kaumiye; kaumai; kaumaiñ; kaumaintse; kaumaiṣṣi; kaumaiṣṣe; kauravye; kauśikäññe; ktakät; kmut; kmutänta; kmutäntaṃts; kmutäntas; krasonta; krāso; kritāṃ; kriyālakṣaṃ; kremīya; kroś; kroścaññe; krośśeññe; krostañaṣṣe; krostaññe; klampärya; klampäryai; kläntsauñe; kliṣṭ; klu; kluṣṣa; kluṣṣe; kleṅkarako; klese; klestetstse; klokaśc; klokaści; klokaśce; klokastäṃ; klauṣai; klauṣo; klautsaiñe; klautsaiñeṃ; klpāpātre; klyemo; klyemoṃ; kwirapabhadra; kwerse; kwersentse; kwrarāk; kwrāṣ; kwrāṣäṃ; kwrāṣe; kṣaṇak; kṣantiññe; kṣāntinma; kṣayajñāṃmpa; kṣānti; kṣīrakākoṭ; kṣīrapitari; kṣudrä; khadīr; khadiräṣṣe; khare; gaje; gat; gaṇt; gaṇtänta; gandha; gandharasopavicār; gandharasopavicāränta; gandharvi; gandharve; gayākāśyape; gaye; garurñaiṣṣe; garurñaiṣṣai; gu; guṇapadārth; gunma; gottär; govika; govikantse; govikai; gaurap; grakṣe; graheṃ; cakṣurvijñāṃ; cagala; caṅkramit; cat; caturdasaṣṣe; caturdāś; candre; canrāvasu; canrāvasuṃ; capraṣṭo; campākäṣṣe; cayane; cayaneṃts; carit; calle; casi; cāvvi; citt; cittakālyät; cittābhisaṃskār; citrāk; cipak; cetaṃ; cetanäntse; cetiṣṣe; celāmäññana; celāmäññe; caitasike; codake; jaṭilapūrvakaṃ; jaṭilapūrvake; jaṭiläññi; jaṭiläññe; jaṭiläññeṃts; jaṭilñe; jar; jarāmaraṃ; jāti; jāmadigniñe; jīvake; jñācandre; jñāti; jñātike; jñātikeṃ; jñātiṃ; jñānakupte; jñānaghoṣe; jñānamokṣe; jñānawiryem; jñānasaṃbhār; jñāpake; jyotiraso; jyotiṣpati; ñakre; ñatti; ñatte; ñasso; ñānattewe; ñānawirye; ñānasene; ñānasomi; ñānasome; ñirot; ñormye; ñśaṣṣe; takaru; takur; tagar; tati; tattari; tanmäṣṣuki; tapakiṣṣe; tapāki; tapākye; tamālapaträ; taram; taramäṣṣe; taramätstse; tarkāttsa; tarkāttsañ; tarkāttsaṃ; tarmacandre; tarmacandrentse; tarmawirñe; taluñca; tārhkāṇe; tārhkāṇeṃ; tāś; tätik; tärkaṭuka; tärtvisara; tärtvisarantse; tärrecci; tärretstse; tärvärta; tällaikantsa; tällaikantsaṃts; ṭikkakāre; tīkṣnendri; tīkṣnendriyeṃts; tinār; tināränta; tilādevi; tille; tillentse; t_uṅkā; turani; turya; turyai; tūṣadṛṣṭānt; tuṣi; tekai-yokä; tecapati; tep; tail; toṅke; toṣitäṣṣi; toṣitäṣṣe; tohkeṃ; taupemaññe; tranmāyar; trikṣaṃ; trikṣo; trīwaitstsānaṃts; trīwaitstse; trekte; traicīvarīkäññe; traicīvarikäññentse; traividye; trokol; tṛṣṇ; dakṣināpat; dantapur; danti; dantiphal; daṇḍakamāl; darśanamārk; durlaṃba; duścarit; duśśīle; duśśīlñe; duṣkaracāräṣṣe; duṣkaracāräṣṣai; duṣkär; duṣṭhul; duḥ; devadāru; devarakṣte; dhatunaṃts; dhatunma; dhatuṣṣe; dhanike; dharmakāme; dharmacandre; dharmacākkär; dharmatrāte; dharmatrātentse; dharmadāse; dharmadāsentse; dharmadhātu; dharmawarme; dharmasomäññe; dharmasome; dharmaskant; dharmaskantäntse; dharmāyataṃ; dhātu; dhātunvaineyi; dhātunvaineye; dhutaguṇä; dhutaguṇntane; dhṛtirāṣtre; dhvaje; nakunakhi; nakūle; nagaropam; naṭe; nandipāle; nandipāleṃ; nay; naradeve; nawāke; nawākeṃ; naṣūyāl; naṣta; nāko; nāgapaträ; nāgaseni; nāgasene; nāne; nārm; nālaṃdagrām; nigranthi; nigranthe; nigrantheṃ; nigrantheṃts; nigrodhārām; niculaphal; nitmo; nitya; nipūrtsana; nipūrtse; nimittājñe; nimittājñeṃ; niyam; nirupadhiśeṣ; nirjvare; nirmāṇarati; nilutpāl; nivāräṃ; nivāränta; niśācare; niśrai; niṣīdaṃ; nete; nermite; nermiteṃ; newiya; naivasaṃjñāṃ; naiṣyandik; naiṣṣi; naissargī; nocot; naumikkane; naumikke; nauṣu; nauṣuwent; nyagrodhārām; nyagrodhe; pakacaṃndre; pakartse; pakai; pako; pañai; pañcakavvi; pañcam; pañcama; pañcamne; pañcaśikhi; pañcwarṣik; pañcwarṣikänta; paṭak; patakupte; patāk; patākänta; patākäṣṣe; patäl; patälwa; patko; pattāl; patti; pattit; pattiṃ; padmak; padmottare; padmottareṃ; panāk; paṇḍarauñe; payä; paysya; paracittajñāṃ; paranirmitavaśavarti; paramañiyate; paramañiyateṃts; paricchet; paribhog; pariṣkār; pariṣkārnta; parihāni; parihār; parki; parkait; partāktaññe; partyaritaṃts; paryari; paryarinta; paryariṣṣe; paryāṃ; paryānma; parre; parṣki; pala; palāśäṣṣe; pali; pale; palte; paścimike; paścimikeṃ; paṣkarroṣṣe; paṣkārro; patstsāṅk; patstsāṅkäṣṣe; pākaśāsanäṣṣe; pākre; pāt; pātänta; pādtärä; pāṃsukūl; pāṃsukulike; pāṃsukulikeṃ; pāre; pāli; pāwe; pätkārñe; pännauca; pärwetstse; pärwetstsai; pärśeri; pärśeriṃ; pärsare; pärsareṃ; pärsareṃts; pärsāñci; pärsāntsana; pärsāntse; päliyeṣṣe; pälkamo; pälkamoṃ; pälkamña; pälkamñana; pälkiye; pälkostañc; pälkostau; pälkaucäkka; pikār; pikāränta; piṅkca; piṅkce; piṅkceṃ; piṅkcepi; piṅkte; picumaṇḍa; piñce; piñcepi; piṭak; piṭakänta; pitari; pittsau; pittsauntse; pittsauṣṣe; pippalimula; pir; pirko; pirkomeṃ; pilkwer; piśpik; piśpikne; pīṣäl; piṣitakamantha; puñakāme; puñaiśe; putatatte; putatatteṃ; putatatteṃśc; putanakeśi; pūtane; pūtaneṃ; putere; putereṃ; puttatrāte; puttarakṣīte; puttasene; puttasenentse; pudgalyik; punarwasu; punarwasune; puṇyamitre; puṇyasene; pūrike; pūrṇakoṣäññe; purnakṣeme; purṇāy; pūrnnikadṛṣtānt; pūrvayok; pūrvāntik; purvvaṣät; puwe; puṣ; puṣnäkṣātär; pekwe; pekweṃ; pekwetstse; peti; perñik; peṣeli; peṣele; peṣṭi; peṣṭintse; peṣte; peṣte_u; peṣteṃ; pesane; pesanentse; pets; porsnai; porsno; portsaisa; poṣat; pauśye; pauśyenta; ptompile; pyorye; prakār; prakāränta; prajñārakṣite; prajñārakṣitentse; prajñāwarme; pratipal; prativijñaptilakṣaṃ; pratisaṃkhyānirot; pratisaṃvit; pratisaṃvitänta; pratihari; pratiharinta; pratiharintasa; pratihariṣṣe; pratyaikapañäktäññe; pradhāṃ; pradhānantse; prapanma; pramāṃ; prayasvati; pravacaṃ; pravare; praveśakk; praśśāṅkaṃ; prasāt; prasenaci; praskāre; prastrāṃ; prahar; pratsākai; pratsāko; prāntakoṭi; prāp; prāpti; prābhāse; prāśnike; prāśśäṃ; priyaṅku; priyadeve; priyadeveṃ; priyaśāriṇi; prekṣenta; prekṣentañ; preṃtsa; pṛṅkarac; pṛśnaparṇi; platäṃkamo; platäṃkamoṃ; plāki; plānto; plyeṅkwātstse; pwenta; phalalakṣaṃ; phalasaṃpat; phalgoṇi; baḍi; balanma; bahupayik; bahuśrut; bārāṇasiṣṣe; bāl; bāhyi; bāhye; biḍāri; buddhotpatäṣṣe; buddhotpatäṣṣepi; bodhapakṣik; bauddhi; bauddhe; bauddheṃts; brahasvati; brahmalok; brāhmaṇavārg; bṛhati; bhakti; bhaktinta; bhagaṇḍāla; bhagaṇḍālanta; bhadrakalpike; bhadrakalpikeṃ; bhadre; bhadreṃ; bhap; bhapänta; bhapäntane; bharaccaṃtre; bhallātak; bhavāṅk; bhavāṅkäñc; bhavāṅkänta; bhavāṅkäntane; bhādra; bhūtantär; bhūmi; bhūminta; bhūmiṣṣe; bhūmyupaghātaṃ; makamo; makamñai; makwaṣṣälle; makwaṣṣällona; maghaṃ; mañiññe; mañcaṣṭa; mañcāk; matuk; matuyaṣṭi; maddhiṃṣana; maddhimṣe; manāyataṃ; manotaci; manopavicār; manopavicāränta; manopavicāräntaṃts; manovijñāṃ; mantālai; mantālaitstse; mantālo; maṇḍāl; maṇḍālmeṃ; mape; mapai; mappana; mamauñe; malyaka; malyake; maścītsi; maścītse; maṣṣāt; maskali; maskalintse; mastukārm; mahākāśyape; mahāgrase; mahānidānaparyāy; mahābhūt; mahābhūtadravyi; mahābhūtadravyinta; mahābhūtänta; mahābhūtäntaṃts; mahāvaibhāṣike; mahāvaibhāṣikeṃ; mahāśramaṇa; mahāśramaṇe; mahāśramaṇeṃ; mahāśramaṇeṃś; mahāśramaṇeṃts; mahāsaṃmate; mahiṣa; mākaranda; māträdṛṣānt; māṭhare; māṇavi; māndri; māndre; māme; māmepi; māya; mārg; mārgaṅkäntaṣṣe; mārgāṅk; mārgāṅkänta; mārjāre; māladaṇḍik; mālika; māśak; māśakänta; māṣavarṇi; māṣikāni; märkwac; märkwaci; märkwace; mäścakene; mäṣkwacceṃ; mäṣkwatstse; mäsakäṣṣa; mikṣamitre; mittarwi; mittär; mitrakṣeme; mitre; mīnadhvaje; miye; milkautstsana; milkautstse; milkautstsai; miṣṣi; misko; mukur; muktihār; muktihāränta; muṅkhare; muñcatak; mutkavarṇi; mudit; murc; mūrdhāgate; mūrdhāgateṃ; murvva; muśnaśi; muśnaśinta; must; mek; meksi; maiki; maitrajñe; maitrāk; maiyyā_u; maiyyānt; maiyyānte; mokṣagupte; mokṣawarme; mokṣasene; mokṣasome; motarne; mauki; mauṃ; maune; mrägaśiri; mlamo; mlyotkau; yaksai; yakso; yateññe; yartaṣṣe; yaśaswini; yaśaswine; yaśārakṣīte; yaśodharapralāp; yaśonaka; yaśonakantse; yasoñña; yāgānusmṛti; yāṅkune; yānayaśe; yāntär; yāmäcci; yāmätstse; yāṣṣu; yärkemaññe; yärper; yirpṣuki; yirmakka; yirmakkai; yiṣwe; yukāntaṣṣe; yukāntaṣṣeṃ; yugarājiññe; yugarāje; yugarājeṃ; yudhiṣṭhīre; yurettsaññe; yurṣaiññe; yulyka; yulyke; yenme_u; yerentaṣṣe; yerter; yesti; yokastai; yokasto; yogācāri; yogācāre; yogācārentse; yotkolaṃt; yotkolau; yoraiṃ; yoro; yolmi; yolme; yauyek; yauyekänta; ykāssäññe; ykāssäññeṣe; ykāssälñe; ykweṣṣe; ykweṣṣepi; ynaiki; ynaike; ynaiktentāñe; ynaimyāṣṣi; ynaimyāṣṣe; yparña; ylaiñeṣṣe; ysañiye; ysaly; ysalye; raktapit; raktapittäntse; ratāṃ; ratānta; ratnacuḍa; rasecanaṃ; raso; rasosa; rahasyālaṅkār; rākavärkṣ; rāṅk; rājabhadre; rājarṣi; rānme; rāme; rāhu; räṅkāñi; rätipat; rätipanta; riññe; 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