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o-vuṭa

and o-vuta, mfn. [pp. of ovarati, q. v.; in the
stock phrase
āvuṭa nivuṭa ~ , it seems clear that, despite
all the v.ll.
(v. s.vv. oputa, ophuta, ovaṭa), the three
words should be derived from
√vṛ, and the original
reading must have been
ovuṭa or ovuta, with -ṭ-/-t-
perhaps reflecting a genuine dialect variation in the
development of
-t- in contact with -ṛ-], restrained,
obstructed;
āvaṭo nivuṭo ~o (Ee -ṭ-), M III 131,20 (~o [Ee
-ṭ-] ti onaddho, Ps IV 198,16 [v. l. ophuto]); āvaṭo nivuṭo
~o (-ṭ-), Nidd I 24,13 (~o [-ṭ-] ti avattharitvā chādito,
Nidd-a I 95,13); āvatā nivutā ~ā (-ṭ-), 26,18 = 36,27; M II
203,6 (v. l. -t-; Ee and Ps III 447,21 ophuto); ~o (-t-).ti
heṭṭhā paṭicchādito, Nidd-a II 1,12 (ad Nidd II 187,14 (Ee
ophuto]); kāmaguṇehi ~o (-t-) nivuto pariyonaddho, Spk
I 30,19; āvaṭo nivuto ~o (-t-) pihito, Mil 161,4. o-vuṭa