1. mud Ja.i.12, Ja.i.73; Mil.125, Mil.324, Mil.346; Mhbv.150; Pv-a.215 (= kaddama); Dhp-a.iii.61; Dhp-a.iv.25- su˚; “well-muddied” i.e. having soft soil (of a field Mil.255.
  2. the residue of sesamum oil (tela˚), used for embalming Ja.ii.155.
  3. in Embryology: the “soil,” the placenta SN.i.206 = Kvu SN.ii.494; Mil.125 Also the first stage in the formation of the foetus (of which the first 4 during the first month are k., abbuda pesi, ghana, after which the stages are counted by months 1–5 & 10; see Vism.236; Mnd.120; & cp. Mil.40).
  4. the foetus, appl. to an egg, i.e. the yolk Mil.49

■ In cpds with kar & bhū the form is kalalī˚.

  • -gata (a) fallen into the mud Mil.325;
  • -gahaṇa “mud thicket,” dense mud at the bottom of rivers or lakes Ja.i.329;
  • -kata made muddy, disturbed Vv.84#31 (Vv-a.343);
  • -bhūta = prec., AN.i.9, cp. Ja.ii.100; AN.iii.233; Mil.35;
  • -makkhita soiled with mud Dhp-a.iii.61.