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kāma-tā,

f., abstr., wish, desire, ifc. only; kātuṁ ~āya, Spk-pṭ I 209,9 (w.r. for kātu-k‑°, q.v.); — ifc. a‑°; akattu‑° (Vjb 317,23); akathetu‑° (Sv 264,5); akātu‑° (Ja IV 253,25); akujjhitu‑° (Nidd-a II 148,18, w.r., cf. kujjhitu‑°, Pj II 126,11 = Ap-a 199,12); agantuka‑° (Ja VI 18,2 [so read with Ce, Be, Se; Ee w.r. āg°; text is part of the prose, not of the ct.!]); ajjhoharitu‑° (Sp 832,26); aññātu‑°; atik­kamitu‑° (Vjb 359,26); atidassana‑° (Sv 599,7); at­tha‑°; adassana‑° (Mil 281,10); adātu‑°; anaj­jho­hari­tu‑° (Vmv I 158,12); anattha‑°; ananussaritu‑° (Sv 913,27); anā­paj­jitu‑° (As 207,6 [Be an-av°]); anā­panna‑° (Vjb 363,5); anu­pagantu‑° (Sp-ṭ I 434,20); anubhāvitu‑° (Ps II 297,32); antokattu‑° (Vjb 453,16); apanetu‑° (Vism-mhṭ I 379,19); apaharitu‑° (Sp-ṭ III 93,25); appavesetu‑° (Vmv I 160,5); aphāsu‑° (Kkh[2] 329,22); aphusitu‑° (Ps-pṭ II 301,5); abhi‑° (Paṭis-a 656,5); abhidassana‑° (Sp-ṭ III 446,26); amaritu‑° (Pj II 493,12); amuñcitu‑° (As 352,8, cf. °‑kamyatā, q.v.); ayasa‑° (Kkh[2] 155,19); alimpitu‑° (Sp-ṭ II 336,27); avaṇṇa‑° (Kkh[2] 169,19); avattu‑° (Mp-ṭ II 133,25); avicāretu‑° (Sp 676,3); avivaṇṇetu‑° (As-mṭ 23,15); asamāpajjitu‑° (Vism 336,18); asamūhanitu‑° (Sv-pṭ II 239,5); asaritu‑° (Sp-ṭ II 50,14); asikkhitu‑° (Sp-ṭ III 89,23); ahitâpanayana‑° (Vv-a 58,17); [āgantuka‑° (w.r. in Ee for a-gantuka‑°, q.v.)]; itthi‑° (at´‑°, Bhes I 98); uk-kaṁ­setu‑° (Spk III 29,30); uccāretu‑° (Vjb 336,21); up­pab­bājitu‑° (Vjb 95,21); ek´-antahita‑° (Pj II 73,7); oma­si­tu‑°; kattu‑°; kathetu‑° (Sp-ṭ II 195,24, cf. °kamyatā, q.v.); kappetu‑°; kātu‑° (Sp 311,25); kāretu‑°; kīḷitu‑°; kujjhi­tu‑°; kopetu‑°; khāditu‑°; khī̆y(y)itu‑°; gaṇhitu‑°; gantu‑°; ga­hāpetu‑°; gahetu‑°; caritu‑°; cavitu‑°; cira-ṭṭhiti‑°; co­de­tu‑°; chādetu‑°; jānitu‑°; jīvitu‑°; ñātu‑°; ṭha­petu‑°; tho­me­tu‑°; daṭṭhu‑°; dassetu‑°; dātu‑°; dukkha‑°; duk­khâpa­na­yana‑°; desetu‑°; nikkhamitu‑°; nigū̆­hetu‑°; niṭṭhā­petu‑°, nid­dāyitu‑°; niyojitu‑°; nivattitu‑°; nīhari­tu‑°; nhāyitu‑°; pak­kamitu‑°; pakkositu‑°; paggaṇhitu‑°; paññāpetu‑°; paṭig­gahetu‑°; paṭi­cchādetu‑°; para-dukkhâpanayana‑°; parânu­gga­ha‑°; paricāra‑°; parinib­bātu‑°; paribhuñjitu‑°; pari­vattetu‑°; pariharitu‑°; pa-lāpetu‑°; paviveka‑°; pavi­si­tu‑°; pasaṁsitu‑°; paharitu‑°; pātetu‑°; pâpetu‑°; piya‑°; pi­vitu‑°; pucchitu‑°; puñña‑°; puñña-phala‑°; phusitu‑°; bodhetu‑°; byākātu‑°; byāha­ritu‑°; bhaṇāpetu‑°; bhaṇi­tu‑°; bhiṁsāpetu‑°; bhuñjitu‑°; bheda‑°; bhojāpetu‑°; bhot­tu‑°; maṅgala‑°; manussa‑°; maritu‑°; māretu‑°; muc­citu‑°; mocetu‑°; yasa‑°; rosetu‑°; lābha‑°; vañcetu‑°; vaḍ­ḍhe­tu‑°; vattu‑°; vambhetu‑°; va­vatthā̆petu‑°; vasāpetu‑°; vāda‑°; vikopetu‑°; vijjhitu‑°; vinā­setu‑°; vibbhamitu‑°; vi­veka‑°; viheṭhetu‑°; vīmaṁ­situ‑°; vuṭṭhāpetu‑°; vud­dhi‑°; saṁvasitu‑°; saṁ­vida­hitu‑°; sagga‑°; samādahitu‑°; sam­ā­pajjitu‑°; sikkhā‑°; sīlâdi-vuddhi‑°; sukha‑°; seve­tu‑°; sotu‑°; hita‑°.