dug up, uprooted, fig. one whose foundation (of salvation) has been cut off; in combination with upahata DN.i.86 (= DN-a.i.237); khataṃ upahataṃ attānaṃ pariharati “he keeps himself uprooted and half-dead” i.e. he continues to lead a life of false ideas AN.i.105 = AN.ii.4; opp. akkhataṃ anupahataṃ etc. AN.i.89.
pp. of khanati
hurt, wounded; pādo kh˚ hoti sakalikāya “he grazed his foot” SN.i.27 = Mil.134 Mil.179
■ akkhata unmolested, unhurt Vv.84#52 (= anupadduta Vv-a.351). See also parikkhata.
pp. of kṣan, to wound