kuṭṭa

Kuṭṭa1

powder. Sāsapa˚ mustard powder Vin.i.205; Vin.ii.151 (at the latter passage to be read for ˚kuḍḍa, cp. Vin Texts iii.171), Vin.ii.205.

cp. koṭṭeti, kuṭ; to crush, which is explained by Dhtp (90, 555) & Dhtm (115, 781) together with; koṭṭ; by chedana; it is there taken together with kuṭ; of kūṭa1 which is explained as koṭilla

Kuṭṭa2

only found in compounds ˚dārūni sticks in a wattle & daub wall Vism.354, and in kuṭṭa-rājā subordinate prince, possibly kuḍḍa˚ a wattle and daub prince SN.iii.156 (variant reading kuḍḍa˚) = v.44 (variant reading kujja˚); cp. kuḍḍa˚ Ja.v.102 sq., where expl. pāpa-rājā, with vv.ll. kuṭa and kūṭa. See also khujja and khuddaka-rājā.

of doubtful origin & form, cp. var. BSk. forms koṭṭa-rājā, koṭa˚ & koḍḍa˚, e.g. Mvu.i.231