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ālaya, 143 találat.

ālaya →

bodhirasa

roost, perch, haven

TH 196 sappaka theragāthā

yadā balākā sucipaṇḍaracchadā, kāḷassa meghassa bhayena tajjitā, palehiti ālayam'ālayesinī, tadā nadī ajakaraṇī rameti maṃ.

ālaya →

ncped

  1. settling-place, abode; nest, lair; house, hall, shelter; repository.
  2. the wish or intention to have or keep or to settle; clinging; longing, desire, attachment; intention.

ālaya →

pts

…(mat˚); Ja.iv.37 (gabbhinī); Ja.vi.20, Ja.vi.262 (gilān˚).

cp. Sk. ālaya, ā + ; , līyate, cp. allīna & allīyati, also…

anālaya →

bodhirasa

non-clinging, non-attachment

DN 22.17 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

katamañ'ca, bhikkhave, dukkhanirodhaṃ ariyasaccaṃ? yo tassā'y'eva taṇhāya asesavirāganirodho cāgo paṭinissaggo mutti anālayo

devo vassati devo gaḷagaḷāyati →

bodhirasa

sky is raining and pouring, sky is raining and thundering

DN 16.26 mahāparinibbānasuttaṃ

idāni, bhante, deve vassante deve gaḷagaḷāyante vijjullatāsu niccharantīsu asaniyā phalantiyā dve kassakā bhātaro hatā cattāro ca balibaddā

gaḷagaḷāyanta →

bodhirasa

pouring, thundering, making a gala-gala sound

DN 16.26 mahāparinibbānasuttaṃ

idāni, bhante, deve vassante deve gaḷagaḷāyante vijjullatāsu niccharantīsu asaniyā phalantiyā dve kassakā bhātaro hatā cattāro ca balibaddā

gaḷagaḷāyati →

bodhirasa

pours, thunders, makes a gala-gala sound

TH 155 sambulakaccāna theragāthā

devo ca vassati devo ca gaḷagaḷāyati, ekako c'āhaṃ bherave bile viharāmi, tassa mayhaṃ ekakassa bherave bile viharato, n'atthi bhayaṃ vā chambhitattaṃ vā lomahaṃso vā.

himavantu →

bodhirasa

Himalayas, lit. having snow

DHP 304 pakiṇṇakavaggo

dūre santo pakāsenti, himavanto'va pabbato, asant'ettha na dissanti, rattiṃ khittā yathā sarā.

DHPa 1.2.1 sāmāvatī vatthu

te upakaṭṭhāya vassūpanāyikāya pañcasatatāpase himavantato āgantvā nagare bhikkhāya carante disvā pasīditvā nisīdāpetvā bhojetvā paṭiññaṃ gahetvā cattāro māse attano santike vasāpetvā puna vassāratte āgamanatthāya paṭijānāpetvā uyyojesuṃ.

pacalāyamāna →

bodhirasa

nodding off, lit. shaking forward

AN 7.61 pacalāyamānasuttaṃ

tena kho pana samayena āyasmā mahāmoggallāno magadhesu kallavāḷaputtagāme pacalāyamāno nisinno hoti

pacalāyati →

bodhirasa

nods off, lit. shakes forward

AN 7.61 pacalāyamānasuttaṃ

pacalāyasi no tvaṃ moggallāna pacalāyasi no tvaṃ, moggallānā'ti

palāyati →

bodhirasa

runs away, flees, escapes

SNP 7 vasalasuttaṃ uragavaggo 7

yo have iṇamādāya, cujjamāno palāyati, na hi te iṇamatthī'ti, taṃ jaññā vasalo iti.

pālayanta →

bodhirasa

protecting, taking care (of)

SN 3.13 doṇapākasuttaṃ

manujassa sadā satīmato, mattaṃ jānato laddhabhojane, tanu tassa bhavanti vedanā, saṇikaṃ jīrati āyu-pālayan'ti.

saḷāyatana →

bodhirasa

six sense fields

SN 12.2 vibhaṅgasuttaṃ

katamañ'ca, bhikkhave, sa'ḷ'āyatanaṃ? cakkh'āyatanaṃ, sot'āyatanaṃ, ghān'āyatanaṃ, jivh'āyatanaṃ, kāy'āyatanaṃ, man'āyatanaṃ, idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, sa'ḷ'āyatanaṃ.

MN 38 mahātaṇhāsaṅkhayasuttaṃ

nāmarūpa-paccayā sa'ḷ'āyatanaṃ, sa'ḷ'āyatana-paccayā phasso, phassa-paccayā vedanā, vedanāpaccayā taṇhā, taṇhāpaccayā upādānaṃ

saḷāyatanapaccaya →

bodhirasa

precondition of six sense fields, six sense fields as condition

SN 12.2 vibhaṅgasuttaṃ

avijjāpaccayā, bhikkhave, saṅkhārā, saṅkhārapaccayā viññāṇaṃ, viññāṇapaccayā nāmarūpaṃ, nāmarūpapaccayā sa'ḷ'āyatanaṃ, sa'ḷ'āyatanapaccayā phasso, phassapaccayā vedanā

āyupālayanta →

bodhirasa

taking care of one’s life, looking after one’s life

SN 3.13 doṇapākasuttaṃ

manujassa sadā satīmato, mattaṃ jānato laddhabhojane, tanu tassa bhavanti vedanā, saṇikaṃ jīrati āyupālayan'ti.

aciravatī →

dppn

…rivers flowing from the Himālaya eastwards (pācīnaninnā) SN.v.39 into the sea. During the hot season it ran dry, leaving a bed of sand….

anotatta →

dppn

A semi-mythical lake, said to be in the Himalayas. Thag.430

Himalaya5lake

asita →

dppn

Asita1KaṇhāsiriKāladevala

An ascetic who possessed various psychic powers. Once, while in Tāvatiṃsā heaven, he saw the whole city decked with splendour and the gods engaged in great rejoic …

assalāyana →

dppn

A young brahmin, sixteen years old, of Sāvatthī, very learned in the Vedas and allied subjects. Five hundred brahmins staying in the city asked him to hold a discussion with the Buddha and refute his …

chaddantā →

dppn

One of the seven great lakes of the Himālaya region. AN.iv.101

Himalaya3lake

himavā →

dppn

HimavāHimācalaHimavantaHimālaya

The Himālaya mountains. In Himavā, are seven great lakes, each fifty leagues in length, breadth and…

jantu →

dppn

…on the slopes of the Himālaya, muddled in mind, loose of speech and heedless. He appeared before them on an uposatha day and reminded them of…

kamboja →

dppn

KambojaKambojjaKambujaKambujjaKambojaka

One of the sixteen Great Nations which, with Gandhāra, belonged, not to the Majjhimadesa but, evidently, to the Uttarāpatha. AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 AN.iv.256 AN.iv …

kapilavatthu →

dppn

A city near the Himalaya, capital of the Sākiyan republic. The administration and judicial business of the city and all other matters of importance were discussed and decided in the Santhāgārasālā. DN …

kaṇṇamuṇḍā →

dppn

KaṇṇamuṇḍāKannamuṇḍaka

One of the seven great lakes of the Himalaya. AN.iv.101

Himalaya3lake

mahāsarā →

dppn

…lakes, situated in the Himālaya. They form the sources of the five great rivers and dry up only when four suns appear in the world. These seven…

mandākinī →

dppn

One of the seven great lakes of the Himālaya. AN.iv.101

Himalaya3lake

okkāka →

dppn

A king, ancestor of the Sākyas and the Kolians.

In the Ambaṭṭha Sutta DN.i.92 it is stated that Okkāka, being fond of his queen and wishing to transfer the kingdom to her son, banished from the kingd …

pañcāla →

dppn

…the country to the north and west of Delhi, from the foot of the Himālaya to the river Chambal.

28.13012, 79.337761janapada

puṇṇa →

dppn

Puṇṇa1

He was born in the family of a householder of Suppāraka in the Sunāparanta country. One day he asked the Buddha for a short lesson so that, having learnt it, he might go back to dwe …

sindhu →

dppn

…hu“….

sīhapapātā →

dppn

One of the seven great lakes of Himavā. AN.iv.107

Himalaya3lake

ukkaṭṭha →

dppn

A town in Kosala, near the Himālaya. It has been given, free from all taxes (as brahmadeyya), to Pokkharasāti by the king of Kosala, in…

uttarāpatha →

dppn

…north-west, and from the Himālaya in the north to the Vindhyā in the south.

This region was famous from very early times for its horses and…

yona →

dppn

YonaYavānaYonakā

A country and its people. The name is probably the Pāḷi equivalent for Ionians, the Baktrian Greeks. The Yonas are mentioned with the Kambojas in the Assalāyana Sutta MN.ii.149 as pl …

saḷāyatana →

farkas

hat érzékterület

anālaya →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) free from clinging or attachment; free from longing; empty of desire.
  2. (m.n.) freedom from clinging or attachment, independence

calayati →

ncped

duppadālaya →

ncped

hard to pierce, to tear apart.

dālayati →

ncped

ekantaṃkusalāyatika →

ncped

(according to commentary) coming from what is absolutely good, resulting form what is good; or perhaps; producing what is absolutely good in the future

gaḷagaḷāyanta →

ncped

(~antī)n. of gaḷagaḷāyati

gaḷagaḷāyati →

ncped

thunders; roars.

gaḷayati →

ncped

of galeti

gilānālaya →

ncped

pretense of illness.

jalayati →

ncped

of jaleti

jālayati →

ncped

of jāleti

kalāyamatta →

ncped

(~ā & ~ī)n. the size of a chickpea.

kalāyapaṭibhasta →

ncped

bag of chickpeas (?).

kalāyayūsa →

ncped

chickpea soup.

kusalāyatika →

ncped

connected to what is good

tāḷayati →

ncped

ujjalayati →

ncped

cause to blaze up; kindles; lights

ālayati →

ncped

settles down on; is attached to; clings, has longings.

paticcasamuppāda →

nyana

Paticcasamuppāda: ‘dependent origination’, is the doctrine of the conditionality of all physical and psychical phenomena, a doctrine which, together with that of impersonality anattā, forms the …

allīna →

pts

…p. on SN.i.183 reads analla: see alla). Cp. ālaya.

pp. of allīyati; Sk. ālīna

allīyati →

pts

…variant reading; T. ālayati) kelāyati vanāyati (SN.iii.190 variant reading; T. manāyati; MN.i.260 T. dhanāyati, but variant reading…

anoka →

pts

…Ud.32; Dhp.404 (variant reading anokka˚) Dhp-a.iv.174 (= anālaya -cārin); Mil.386.

an + oka

anālaya →

pts

aversion, doing away with Vin.i.10 (taṇhāya). Analhiya & Analhika;

an + ālaya

apayāti →

pts

to go away Ja.vi.183 (apāyāti metri causa; expld. by C. as apagacchati palāyati)
caus apayāpeti [Sk. apayāpayati] to make go drive away, dismiss MN.iii.176; SN.ii.119.

Sk. apayāti, apa …

apekhā →

pts

…Dhs.1059, Dhs.1136 (= ālayakaraṇa-vasena apekkhatī ti apekkhā Dhs-a.365, cp. Dhs trsl. 279). Freq. as adj. (-˚or in…

apekkhā →

pts

…Dhs.1059, Dhs.1136 (= ālayakaraṇa-vasena apekkhatī ti apekkhā Dhs-a.365, cp. Dhs trsl. 279). Freq. as adj. (-˚or in…

appossukka →

pts

…Cnd.72); Dhp.330 (= nirālaya Dhp-a.iv.31); Ja.i.197; Ja.iv.71; Mil.371 (a tiṭṭhati to keep still); DN-a.i.264.

appa + ussuka, Sk….

atigāḷeti →

pts

…waste away Ja.vi.211 (= atigālayati vināseti C. p. 215). Perhaps reading should be atigāḷheti (see…

danta →

pts

Danta1

a tooth, a tusk, fang, esp. an elephant’s tusk; ivory Vin.ii.117 (nāga-d. a pin of ivory); Kp ii. (as one of the taca-pañcaka, or 5 dermatic constituents of the body, viz. kesā, l …

dhāvati →

pts

  1. to run run away, run quickly Snp.939 (cp. Mnd.419); Dhp.344; Ja.i.308; Ja.vi.332; Mnd.405 = Cnd.304#iii.; Pv.iv.16#1 = palāyati Pv-a.284#2; Dhp-a.i.389 (opp. gacchati); Pv-a.4; Sdhp.378.
  2. to c …

dohaḷāyati →

pts

to have cravings (of a woman in pregnancy) Ja.vi.263.

Denom. fr. dohaḷa

dīpa →

pts

…Arahantship).

  • -ālaya resting place Ja.vi.432;
  • -gabbhaka same Ja.vi.459, Ja.vi.460.

Ved. dvīpa = dvi + ap…

gaggarāyati →

pts

to whirl, roar, bellow, of the waves of the Gangā Mil.3
■ cp. gaḷagaḷāyati.

v. den. fr. prec.; cp. gurgulio: gurges, E. gargle & gurgle

gala →

pts

the throat Ja.i.216, Ja.i.264 Ja.iii.26; Ja.iv.494; Ja.i.194 (a dewlap); Pv-a.11, Pv-a.104.

  • -agga the top of the throat Sdhp.379;
  • -ajjhoharaniya able to be swallowed (of s …

gaḷagaḷāyati →

pts

to roar, to crash, to thunder; deve gaḷagaḷāyate (loc. abs.) in a thunderstorm, usually as deve vassante deve g˚; amidst rain and heavy thunder DN.ii.132; SN.i.106; AN.v.114 sq (gala˚); Thag.189; Mi …

gaḷati →

pts

(and galati) [Sk. galati, cp. Ohg. quellan to well up, to flow out; see note on gala and cp. also jala water

  1. to drip, flow, trickle (trs. & intr.) Vin.i.204 (natthu g.); MN.i.336 (sīsaṃ lohitena g …

gaḷayati →

pts

to drip, to drop, in assukāni g. to shed tears Snp.691.

denom. to gaḷa in sense of gaḷati 1

gilāna →

pts

…Pv-a.14; Vv-a.76.

-ālaya pretence of illness Ja.vi.262. -upaṭṭhāka (f
■ ī) one…

gāmaṇī →

pts

the head of a company, a chief, a village headman Vin.ii.296 (Maṇicūḷaka). Title of the G. Saṃyutta (Book VIII. of the Saḷāyatana-Vagga) SN.iv.305 sq.; & of the Gāmaṇī Jātaka Ja.i.136, Ja.i.137
■ S …

hemavataka →

pts

adjective belonging to, living in the Himālaya Ja.i.506; Ja.iv.374, Ja.iv.437; -vatika id. Dpvs.v.54. Herannika (& aka);

fr. himavant

himavant →

pts

adjective snowy Ja.v.63 (= himayutta C.). (m.) Himavā the Himālaya: see Dict. of Names.

hima + vant

kalati →

pts

to utter an (indistinct) sound: pp. kalita Thag.22.

kal, kālayati

kalāya →

pts

kind of pea, the chick-pea MN.i.245 (kaḷāya); SN.i.150; AN.v.170; Snp.p.124; Ja.ii.75 (= varaka, the bean Phaseolus trilobus, and kālarāja-māsa); Ja.iii.370; Dhp-a.i.319. Its size may be gathered f …

kalāyati →

pts

to have a measure, to outstrip Ja.i.163 (taken here as “trick, deceive”).

Denom. fr. kalā

kamala →

pts

lotus, freq. combined with kuvalaya; or with uppala Ja.i.146; DN-a.i.40, explained as vārikiñjakkha Pv-a.77.

  1. lotus, the lotus flower, Nelumbium Ja.i.146; DN-a.i.40; Mhbv.3; Sdhp.325; Vv-a.43, …

kambu →

pts

  1. a conch, a shell: saṇha-kambu-r-iva… sobhate su gīvā Thig.262 (for kampurī’va); s compounds
  2. a ring or bracelet (made of shells or perhaps gold: see Kern. Toev. s. v.) Ja.iv.18, Ja.iv.466 (\ …

kanaka →

pts

-sikharī a golden peak, in ˚rājā king of the golden peaks (i.e. Himālayas): Dāvs iv.30.

cp. Sk. kanaka; Gr. κν…

kaḷāya →

pts

#NAME?

kaṇṭha →

pts

  1. throat AN.iv.131; Ja.v.448; Mil.152 (kaṇṭho ākurati, is hoarse); Pv-a.280 (akkharāni mahatā kaṇṭhena uccaritāni). The throat of Petas is narrow and parched with thirst: Pv-a.99 (k-oṭṭha-tālūnaṃ …

khaleti →

pts

…reading at both passages is galayātha).

Sk. kṣālayati of kṣal?

kusala →

pts

adjective

  1. (adj.) clever, skilful, expert; good, right, meritorious MN.i.226; Dhp.44; Ja.i.222 Esp. appl. in moral sense (= puñña), whereas akusala is practically equivalent to pāpa. ekam pi ce pāṇ …

kuvalaya →

pts

the (blue) water-lily, lotus, usually combined with kamala, q.v. Vv.35#4; DN-a.i.50; Vv-a.161, Vv-a.181; Pv-a.23, Pv-a.77.

kāma →

pts

…˚sammuditā);

  • -ālaya, the abode of sensual pleasure (i.e. kāma-loka) SN.i.33 = Snp.177; Snp.306; *…

meda →

pts

…of fat found in the Himālaya mountains Snp.447 (= medapiṇḍa-sadisa Snp-a.393); Mhvs.1, Mhvs.39; Mhvs.30, Mhvs.57 sq., Mhvs.96 ,…

mugga →

pts

kind of kidney-bean, Phaseolus mungo, freq. combined with māsa2 (q.v.). On its size (larger than sāsapa smaller than kalāya) see AN.v.170 & cp. kalāya
■ DN.ii.293; MN.i.57 (+ māsa); S …

nibbāna →

pts

…pipāsa-vinayo ālaya-samugghāto vaṭṭûpacchedo taṇhakkhayo virāgo nirodha nibbānaṃ), cp Vin.iii.20≈. Similarly SN.i.192…

nicca →

pts

adjective constant, continuous, permanent DN.iii.31; SN.i.142; SN.ii.109, SN.ii.198; SN.iv.24 sq., SN.iv.45, SN.iv.63; AN.ii.33, AN.ii.52 AN.v.210; Pts.ii.80; Vb.335, Vb.426. In chain of synonyms nicc …

niketa →

pts

  1. house, abode Dhp.91 (= ālaya Dhp-a.ii.170).
  2. (fig.) company association. (In this sense it seems to be interpreted as belonging to ketu…

nirālaya →

pts

…aniketa). At Dhp-a.iv.31 as expln of appossukka. f. abstr. nirālayatā homelessness Mil.162, Mil.276, Mil.420.

nis + ālaya

nāma →

pts

name.

  1. Literal. nom. nāmaṃ SN.i.39; Snp.808; Ja.ii.131; Mil.27; acc. nāmaṃ Pv-a.145 (likhi: he wrote her name)
    ■ nāmaṃ karoti to give a name Snp.344 Cnd.466 (n’ etaṃ nāmaṃ mātarā kataṃ on “ …

nārāca →

pts

an iron weapon, an arrow or javelin MN.i.429; Ja.iii.322; Mil.105, Mil.244, Mil.418 -valaya an iron ring or collar (?) Mhvs.vii.20 (Com “vaṭṭita-assanārāca-pasa” = a noose forme …

nīdhura →

pts

? bracelet, bangle Ja.vi.64, (= valaya; variant reading BB nivara). Also given as nīyura (cp Prk. neura & P. nūpura).

Sk.? Cp. keyura

nīla →

pts

adjective dark-blue, blue-black blue-green. Nīla serves as a general term to designate the “coloured-black,” as opposed to the “colouredwhite” (pīta yellow), which pairs (nīla-pīta) are both set …

oka →

pts

…up attachment Snp.1101 (= ālayaṁjahaṁ Snp-a.598 cp. Cnd.176 with variant reading oghaṁjaha)
-anoka houseless, homeless,…

ovaṭṭika →

pts

  1. girdle, waistband MN.ii.47; Ja.iii.285 (variant reading ovaddhi˚); Vism.312; Dhp-a.ii.37 Dhp-a.iv.206; DN-a.i.218 (Morris, J.P.T.S. 1887, 156: a kind of bag).
  2. a bracelet Vin.ii.106 (= vaḷayaṃ …

pacalāyati →

pts

to make (the eyelid) waver, to wink, to be sleepy, nod, begin to doze AN.iii.343 AN.iv.344; AN.iv.85 (quot. at Dhs-a.236); Ja.i.384 (˚āyituṃ ārabbhi); Vism.300.

quasi-denom. or caus. fr. pacala, pa …

pacalāyikā →

pts

nodding, wavering (of the eyelids), blinking, being sleepy Dhs.1157 (= akkhidalādīnaṃ pacalabhāvaṃ karoti Dhs-a.378).

abstr. fr. pacalāyati

paduma →

pts

the lotus Nelumbium speciosum. It is usually mentioned in two varieties, viz. ratta˚; and seta˚; i.e. red and white lotus so at Ja.v.37; Snp-a.125; as ratta˚ at Vv-a.191; Pv-a.157. The latter s …

paleti →

pts

see palāyati.

pallati →

pts

(pallate), is guarded or kept, contracted (poetical) form of pālayate (so Cy.) Ja.v.242.

palāpeti →

pts

Palāpeti1

to cause to run away, to put to flight, drive away Ja.ii.433; Dhp-a.i.164, Dhp-a.i.192 Dhp-a.iii.206.

Caus. of palāyati

Palāpeti2

to prattle, talk Ja.i.73, Ja.i. …

palāta →

pts

run away Ja.vi.369; Vism.326; Vv-a.100; Dhp-a.ii.21.

contracted form of palāyita, pp. of palāyati, cp. Prk. palāa (= *palāta) Pischel, Prk. Gr. § 567

palāyana →

pts

running away Dhp-a.i.164. See also pālana.

fr. palāy

palāyanaka →

pts

adjective running away Ja.ii.210 (˚ṃ karoti to put to flight).

fr. palāy

palāyati →

pts

to run (away) Vin.iii.145 (ubbijjati uttasati p.); AN.ii.33 (yena vā tena vā palayanti); Snp.120; Ja.ii.10; Dhp-a.i.193; Pv-a.253 Pv-a.284 (= dhāvati)
ppr palāyanto SN.i.209 = Thig.248 = Pv.ii. …

patati →

pts

to fall, jump, fall down on (loc. acc. & instr.), to alight Ja.i.278 (dīpake); Snp.248 (nirayaṃ); Pv.iv.10#8 (1st pl. patāmase); Mil.187; Pv-a.45 ppr. patanto Ja.i.263 (asaniyā); Ja.iii.188 (nāvāya …

paṭicca-samuppāda →

pts

Paṭicca-samuppāda

“arising on the grounds of (a preceding cause)” happening by way of cause working of cause & effect, causal chain of causation causal genesis, dependent origination, theory of the …

phaleti →

pts

at DN.i.54 is spurious reading for paleti (see palāyati), explained by gacchati DN-a.i.165; meaning “runs, not with translation “spreads out”.

to sphar

pālana →

pts

(& pālanā?) moving running, keeping going, living, in phrase vutti pālana yapana etc. at Vism.145; Dhs-a.149 Dhs-a.167; also in defn of bhuñjati1 as “pālan’ ajjhohāresu” by …

pāleti →

pts

…form is found as; pallate at Ja.v.242, explained by C. as pālayati (pālayate), used as Med
pass

cp. (Epic) Sk. pālayati, fr.

ratha →

pts

…the 7 Great Lakes in the Himālaya (Rathakāradaha), e.g. at Vism.416; Snp-a.407.

  • -cakka wheel of a chariot or carriage…

salayati →

pts

to shake Dhs-a.39.

Caus. of śal to leap

saḷāyatana →

pts

the six organs of sense and the six objects-viz., eye ear, nose, tongue, body, and mind; forms, sounds, odouis tastes, tangible things, ideas; occupying the fourth place in the Paṭiccasamuppāda DN.ii …

seta →

pts

…name of a mountain in the Himālayas SN.i.67 = Mil.242; an elephant of King Pasenadi AN.iii.345.

sugata →

pts

…Buddhists Vin.iv.168.

  • -ālaya imitation of the Buddha Ja.i.490, Ja.i.491; Ja.ii.38, Ja.ii.148, Ja.ii.162 Ja.iii.112. *…

sālaya →

pts

adjective having intentions (on), being attached (to = loc.) Ja.iii.332.

sa3 + ālaya

sīvathikā →

pts

…Vism.240; Pv-a.195. Sivana & siveti;

etym. doubtful; perhaps = *Sk. śivālaya; Kern derives it as śīvan “lying” + atthi “bone,…

ta →

pts

Ta˚

base of demonstr. pron. for nt., in oblique cases of m. & f., in demonstr. adv. of place & time (see also sa).

I. Cases: nom

sg. nt. tad (older) Vin.i.83; Snp.1052; Dh …

ubbijjati →

pts

to be agitated, frightened or afraid Vin.i.74 (u. uttasati palāyati); Vin.iii.145 (id.); SN.i.228 (aor. ubbijji); Mil.149 (tasati +), Mil.286 (+ saṃviji) Vism.58
caus *ubbejeti

uttasati →

pts

Uttasati1

only in Caus. uttāseti to impale, q.v.

identical in form with next

Uttasati2

  1. to frighten Ja.i.47 (verse 267).
  2. to be alarmed or terrified …

uttiṇṇa →

pts

drawn out, pulled out, nt. outlet, passage Ja.ii.72 (paṇṇasālāya uttiṇṇāni karoti make entrances in the hut). Or should it be uttiṇa?

pp. of uttarati

valaya →

pts

…wave, fold valita bent, vālayati to make roll, valli creeper, vaṭa rope, vāṇa cane. Cp. also Lat. volvo to roll, Gr. ἐλύω to wind, ε…

valeti →

pts

  1. to twist, turn, in gīvaṃ to wring (a fowl’s neck Ja.i.436; Ja.iii.178 (gīvaṃ valitvā: read ˚etvā).
  2. to twist or wind round, to put (a garment) on, to dress Ja.i.452 (sāṭake valetuṃ; variant rea …

vallī →

pts

  1. a climbing plant, a creeper Vin.iii.144; Ja.v.37; Ja.vi.536; Vv-a.147 Vv-a.335 (here as a root?)
    santānaka˚; a long, spreading creeper Vv-a.94, Vv-a.162.
  2. a reed or rush used as a st …

varaka →

pts

Varaka1

the bean Phaseolus trilobus Ja.ii.75 (where equal to kalāya); Mil.267; Dhp-a.i.311.

cp. *Sk. varaka

Varaka2

adjective wishing or asking (in marriage) Thig.406.

fr. vṛ.

veṭhaka →

pts

adjective surrounding, enveloping DN.i.105 (“furbelow” see Dial. i.130); Mhvs.11, Mhvs.14 (valayanguli˚).

fr. veṭheti

vimalayaka →

pts

certain precious stone of dark-blue colour Vv-a.111.

cp. Sk. vimalaka

vipāṭeti →

pts

…T.; vv.ll. vināsayati & vidālayati; Pv-a.240 explains as Pass. vipāḷiyati [= vipaṭiyati?] with variant reading…

viralita →

pts

thin, sparse, rare Dāvs iv.24 (a˚), with variant reading viraḷita.

pp. of Denom. of virala = viraleti, cp. Sk. viralāyate to be rare

vuṇāti →

pts

*Vuṇāti

The two meanings of the root vṛ; as existing in Sk. are also found in Pāli but only peculiar to the Caus. vāreti (the form aor avari as given by Childers should be re …

yanta →

pts

means for holding, contrivance, artifice, instrument machine, mechanism; fig. instrumentality (as perhaps in, kamma˚ at Th passages)
■ Referring to the machinery (outfit) of a ship (as oars, helm, …

yūsa →

pts

  1. juice Vin.i.206 (akaṭa˚ natural juice); Mhvs.28, Mhvs.26; Vv-a.185 (badara˚ of the jujube); Vism.195 (seda sweaty fluid).
  2. soup, broth. Four kinds of broths are enumerated at MN.i.245, viz. *mug …

āgāḷha →

pts

adjective (ā + gāḷha 1; cp. Sk. samāgāḍhaṃ] strong, hard, harsh, rough (of speech), usually in instr. as adv āgāḷhena roughly, harshly aN.i.283, aN.i.295; Pp.32 (so to be read for agāḷhena, althoug …

ālaka-manda →

pts

…as “the city of Kuvera” (cp. Sk. alakā).

ālaya˚?

ālayati →

pts

see allīyati.

ūmi →

pts

Ūmī & Ūmi

feminine a wave MN.i.460 (˚bhaya); SN.iv.157; SN.v.123 (˚jāta); AN.iii.232 sq. (id.); Snp.920; Ja.ii.216; Ja.iii.262 Ja.iv.141; Mil.260 (˚jāta)
Note. A parallel form of ūmī is *ummī …

ūmī →

pts

Ūmī & Ūmi

feminine a wave MN.i.460 (˚bhaya); SN.iv.157; SN.v.123 (˚jāta); AN.iii.232 sq. (id.); Snp.920; Ja.ii.216; Ja.iii.262 Ja.iv.141; Mil.260 (˚jāta)
Note. A parallel form of ūmī is *ummī …