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བྱིས་པ་

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བྱིས་པ (Wyl. byis pa) n. Pron.: jipa

  • naïve
  • Skt. बालः, bāla, Pron.: bala. From Sanskrit: young, childish, infantine, not full-grown or developed (of per. sons and things) | newly risen, early (as the sun or its rays) | new or waxing (as the moon) | puerile, ignorant, simple, foolish | pure (as an animal fit for sacrifice) | a child, boy (•esp. one under 5 years) | minors are classified as | or boys under 5 years of age | under 8 | from the 5th to the end of the 9th or till the 16th year, and | from the 10th to the 16th year | a fool, simpleton | any young animal | a colt, foal | a five years old elephant | Cyprinus Denticulatus or Rohita | N. of a Rakshas | of a prince

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