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ārāma, 331 találat.

ārāma →

bodhirasa

enjoying, delighting (in), taking pleasure (in)

AN 8.30 anuruddha mahāvitakkasuttaṃ

nippapañc'ārāmassa-ayaṃ dhammo nippapañca-ratino n'āyaṃ dhammo papañc'ārāmassa papañca-ratino'ti

AN 8.30 anuruddha mahāvitakkasuttaṃ

pavivittassāyaṃ dhammo n'āyaṃ dhammo saṅgaṇik'ārāmassa

ārāma →

bodhirasa

enjoyment, delight, pleasure

AN 8.30 anuruddha mahāvitakkasuttaṃ

nippapañc'ārāmassa-ayaṃ dhammo nippapañca-ratino n'āyaṃ dhammo papañc'ārāmassa papañca-ratino'ti

ārāma →

bodhirasa

park, parkland, nature reserve

SN 12.65 nagarasuttaṃ

tam'anugacchanto passeyya purāṇaṃ nagaraṃ purāṇaṃ rājadhāniṃ pubbakehi manussehi ajjhāvuṭṭhaṃ ārāma-sampannaṃ vanasampannaṃ pokkharaṇīsampannaṃ uddhāpavantaṃ ramaṇīyaṃ.

SN 1.47 vanaropasuttaṃ

ārāma-ropā vanaropā, ye janā setukārakā, papañ'ca udapānañ'ca, ye dadanti upassayaṃ.

ārāma →

bodhirasa

monastery

AN 3.30 avakujjasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, ekacco puggalo ārāmaṃ gantā hoti abhikkhaṇaṃ bhikkhūnaṃ santike dhammassavanāya

SN 46.53 aggisuttaṃ

atha kho tesaṃ bhikkhūnaṃ etad'ahosi, atippago kho tāva sāvatthiyaṃ piṇḍāya carituṃ. yaṃnūna mayaṃ yena aññatitthiyānaṃ paribbājakānaṃ ārāmo ten'upasaṅkameyyāmā'ti.

ārāma →

ncped

pleasure-grove, a garden, a park, esp. one given for the benefit of bhikkhus (and containing shelters or dwellings).

ārāma →

pts

…gatherings. Amongst the many ārāmas given to the bhikkhus the most renowned is that of Anāthapiṇḍika (Jetavana; see Ja.i.92, Ja.i.94,…

antarāmagge →

bodhirasa

along the road, on the way

AN 5.76 dutiya yodhājīvasuttaṃ

so ñātakehi nīyamāno appatvā'va ñātake antarāmagge kālaṃ karoti. evarūpo'pi, bhikkhave, idh'ekacco yodhājīvo hoti. ayaṃ, bhikkhave, dutiyo yodhājīvo santo saṃvijjamāno lokasmiṃ.

antarāmaraṇa →

bodhirasa

premature death, untimely death

APA 393 pilindavaccha therāpadānaṃ

satthena vā visena vā, vihesam'pi na kubbate, antarāmaraṇaṃ n'atthi, tesaṃ nissandato mama.

anusañcaramāna →

bodhirasa

walking along the side (of), walking around

JAa 31 kulāvaka jātakavaṇṇanā

atha te, jarasakko amhe matte katvā mahāsamuddapiṭṭhe khipitvā amhākaṃ devanagaraṃ gaṇhi, te mayaṃ tena saddhiṃ yujjhitvā amhākaṃ devanagarameva gaṇhissāmā'ti kipillikā viya thambhaṃ sineruṃ anusañcaramānā uṭṭhahiṃsu.

anussaramāna →

bodhirasa

remembering, recollecting, keeping in mind

SN 22.79 khajjanīyasuttaṃ

evaṃrūpo ahosiṃ atītam'addhānan'ti, iti vā hi, bhikkhave, anussaramāno rūpaṃ'y'eva anussarati

anuvicaramāna →

bodhirasa

walking about, wandering around

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

daṇḍapāṇipi kho sakko jaṅghāvihāraṃ anucaṅkamamāno anuvicaramāno yena mahāvanaṃ ten'upasaṅkami

aparāmasanta →

bodhirasa

not clutching, not clinging tightly, not adhering

MN 74 dīghanakhasuttaṃ

evaṃ vimuttacitto kho, aggivessana, bhikkhu na kenaci saṃvadati, na kenaci vivadati, yañ'ca loke vuttaṃ tena voharati, aparāmasan'ti.

MN 139 araṇavibhaṅgasuttaṃ

iti yathā yathā naṃ tesu tesu janapadesu sañjānanti, idaṃ kira me āyasmanto sandhāya voharantī'ti, tathā tathā voharati aparāmasaṃ.

aparāmaṭṭha →

bodhirasa

irreproachable, untouchable, untarnished

AN 6.10 mahānāmasuttaṃ

puna caparaṃ, mahānāma, ariyasāvako attano sīlāni anussarati akhaṇḍāni acchiddāni asabalāni akammāsāni bhujissāni viññuppasatthāni aparāmaṭṭhāni samādhisaṃvattanikāni.

ataramāna →

bodhirasa

not hurrying, slowly

DN 3.3 ambaṭṭhasuttaṃ

atha kho ambaṭṭho māṇavo yena so vihāro saṃvutadvāro, tena appasaddo upasaṅkamitvā ataramāno āḷindaṃ pavisitvā ukkāsitvā aggaḷaṃ ākoṭesi. vivari bhagavā dvāraṃ.

MN 139 araṇavibhaṅgasuttaṃ

tatra, bhikkhave, ataramānassa bhāsato kāyo'pi na kilamati, cittam'pi na upahaññati, saro'pi na upahaññati, kaṇṭho'pi na āturīyati, visaṭṭham'pi hoti viññeyyaṃ ataramānassa bhāsitaṃ.

byākaramāna →

bodhirasa

stating, declaring, announcing

SN 42.10 maṇicūḷakasuttaṃ

kacc'āhaṃ, bhante, evaṃ byākaramāno vuttavādī c'eva bhagavato homi, na ca bhagavantaṃ abhūtena abbhācikkhāmi, dhammassa c'ānudhammaṃ byākaromi, na ca koci sahadhammiko vādānuvādo gārayhaṃ ṭhānaṃ āgacchatī'ti?

caramāna →

bodhirasa

walking, walking about, wandering around

SN 12.61 assutavāsuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi bhikkhave makkaṭo araññe pavane caramāno sākhaṃ gaṇhati taṃ muñcitvā aññaṃ gaṇhati taṃ muñcitvā aññaṃ gaṇhati

VIN 4.1.41 rāhula vatthu

atha kho bhagavā kapilavatthusmiṃ yath'ābhirantaṃ viharitvā yena sāvatthi tena cārikaṃ pakkāmi. anupubbena cārikaṃ caramāno yena sāvatthi tad'avasari.

dhammārāma →

bodhirasa

who takes pleasure in the Dhamma, who lives in the Dhamma

DHP 364 bhikkhuvaggo

dhamm'ārāmo dhammarato, dhammaṃ anuvicintayaṃ, dhammaṃ anussaraṃ bhikkhu, saddhammā na parihāyati.

dupparāmaṭṭha →

bodhirasa

wrongly held, incorrectly grasped

DHP 311 nirayavaggo

kuso yathā duggahito, hattham'ev'ānukantati, sāmaññaṃ dupparāmaṭṭhaṃ, nirayāy'upakaḍḍhati.

jarāmaraṇa →

bodhirasa

old age and death

SN 12.2 vibhaṅgasuttaṃ

katamañ'ca, bhikkhave, jarāmaraṇaṃ? yā tesaṃ tesaṃ sattānaṃ tamhi tamhi sattanikāye jarā jīraṇatā khaṇḍiccaṃ pāliccaṃ valittacatā āyuno saṃhāni indriyānaṃ paripāko, ayaṃ vuccati jarā.

SN 12.65 nagarasuttaṃ

tassa mayhaṃ bhikkhave etad'ahosi, kimhi nu kho sati jarāmaraṇaṃ hoti kiṃpaccayā jarāmaraṇan'ti

jāgaramāna →

bodhirasa

awake, alert, watchful, lit. being awake

DHP 226 kodhavaggo

sadā jāgaramānānaṃ, ahoratt'ānusikkhinaṃ, nibbānaṃ adhimuttānaṃ, atthaṃ gacchanti āsavā.

jātijarāmaraṇiya →

bodhirasa

leading to birth old age and death

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

bāhitāssa honti pāpakā akusalā dhammā saṃkilesikā ponobbhavikā sadarā dukkhavipākā āyatiṃ jātijarāmaraṇiyā

migāramātupāsāda →

bodhirasa

Migāra’s Mother’s Mansion, built by Visākhā outside Sāvatthī

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

evaṃ me sutaṃ, ekaṃ samayaṃ bhagavā sāvatthiyaṃ viharati pubbārāme migāramātupāsāde

parama →

bodhirasa

very highest, very worst, ultimate, superior, sublime, most extreme, lit. furthest

DN 16.27 mahāparinibbānasuttaṃ

yo kho ānanda bhikkhu vā bhikkhunī vā upāsako vā upāsikā vā dhammānudhammappaṭipanno viharati sāmīcippaṭipanno anudhammacārī so tathāgataṃ sakkaroti garuṃ karoti māneti pūjeti apaciyati paramāya pūjāya

SNP 51 mahābyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 13

yam'āhu dhammaṃ paraman'ti eke, tam'eva hīnan'ti pan'āhu aññe, sacco nu vādo katamo imesaṃ, sabb'eva h'īme kusalā vadānā.

paramadukkara →

bodhirasa

most difficult to do, exceedingly hard to do

DHP 163 attavaggo

sukarāni asādhūni, attano ahitāni ca, yaṃ ve hitañ'ca sādhuñ'ca, taṃ ve paramadukkaraṃ.

paramapāsāvinī →

bodhirasa

who brings forth the very best (in), who delivers the best (in)

SN 47.20 janapadakalyāṇīsuttaṃ

sā kho pan'assa janapadakalyāṇī paramapāsāvinī nacce, paramapāsāvinī gīte.

paramatā →

bodhirasa

at most, at very least, lit. extreme state

MN 2 sabbāsavasuttaṃ

paṭisaṅkhā yoniso gilānappaccaya-bhesajjaparikkhāraṃ paṭisevati, yāva'd'eva uppannānaṃ veyyābādhikānaṃ vedanānaṃ paṭighātāya, abyābajjha-paramatāya

parāmasati →

bodhirasa

touches, strokes, rubs

AN 5.23 upakkilesasuttaṃ

ime'pi candimasuriye evaṃmahiddhike evaṃmahānubhāve pāṇinā parāmaseyyaṃ parimajjeyyaṃ, yāva brahmalokā'pi kāyena vasaṃ vatteyyan'ti, tatra tatr'eva sakkhibhabbataṃ pāpuṇāti sati sati āyatane.

parāmaṭṭha →

bodhirasa

caressed, held dear, clutched, clung to

SN 12.61 assutavāsuttaṃ

dīgharattañ'h'etaṃ bhikkhave assutavato puthujjanassa ajjhositaṃ mamāyitaṃ parāmaṭṭhaṃ

parāmāsa →

bodhirasa

seizing, clutching, clinging tightly, attachment

MN 2.2 sabbāsavasuttaṃ

tassa evaṃ yoniso manasikaroto tīṇi saṃyojanāni pahīyanti, sakkāyadiṭṭhi, vicikicchā, sīlabbata-parāmāso. ime vuccanti, bhikkhave, āsavā dassanā pahātabbā

parāmāsā →

bodhirasa

clinging, adhering, clutching

MN 139 araṇavibhaṅgasuttaṃ

iti yathā yathā naṃ tesu tesu janapadesu sañjānanti tathā tathā thāmasā parāmāsā abhinivissa voharati, idam'eva saccaṃ, mogham'aññan'ti.

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

evam'pi kho ariṭṭho bhikkhu gaddhabādhipubbo tehi bhikkhūhi samanuyuñjiyamāno samanugāhiyamāno samanubhāsiyamāno tad'eva pāpakaṃ diṭṭhigataṃ thāmasā parāmāsā abhinivissa voharati

pattacīvaramādāya →

bodhirasa

taking one’s bowl and robe

SN 22.81 pālileyyasuttaṃ

kosambiyaṃ piṇḍāya caritvā pacchābhattaṃ piṇḍapātapaṭikkanto sāmaṃ senāsanaṃ saṃsāmetvā pattacīvaram'ādāya anāmantetvā upaṭṭhāke anapaloketvā bhikkhusaṅghaṃ eko adutiyo cārikaṃ pakkāmi

SNP 4 kasibhāradvājasuttaṃ uragavaggo 4

atha kho bhagavā pubbaṇhasamayaṃ nivāsetvā pattacīvaram'ādāya yena kasibhāradvājassa brāhmaṇassa kammanto ten'upasaṅkami.

pubbārāma →

bodhirasa

Eastern Park, monastery outside Sāvatthī

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

evaṃ me sutaṃ, ekaṃ samayaṃ bhagavā sāvatthiyaṃ viharati pubbārāme migāramātupāsāde

samaggārāma →

bodhirasa

delighting in concord, enjoying peace

AN 10.176 cundasuttaṃ

iti bhinnānaṃ vā sandhātā sahitānaṃ vā anuppadātā samaggārāmo samaggarato samagganandī samaggakaraṇiṃ vācaṃ bhāsitā hoti

saṅgaṇikārāma →

bodhirasa

delighting in society, fond of company

AN 8.30 anuruddha mahāvitakkasuttaṃ

pavivittassāyaṃ dhammo n'āyaṃ dhammo saṅgaṇik'ārāmassa

sāramatī →

bodhirasa

who perceive essence (in), believing there is substance (in), thinking there is permanance (in)

DHP 11 yamakavaggo

asāre sāramatino, sāre c'āsāradassino, te sāraṃ n'ādhigacchanti, micchāsaṅkappagocarā.

sīlabbataparāmāsa →

bodhirasa

clinging to precepts and practices, clinging to rites and rituals (as a means of liberation)

MN 2.2 sabbāsavasuttaṃ

tassa evaṃ yoniso manasikaroto tīṇi saṃyojanāni pahīyanti, sakkāyadiṭṭhi, vicikicchā, sīlabbataparāmāso. ime vuccanti, bhikkhave, āsavā dassanā pahātabbā

AN 10.13 saṃyojanasuttaṃ

sakkāyadiṭṭhi, vicikicchā, sīlabbataparāmāso, kāmacchando, byāpādo, imāni pañc'orambhāgiyāni saṃyojanāni.

taramāna →

bodhirasa

crossing, going through

AN 4.70 adhammikasuttaṃ

gunnaṃ ce taramānānaṃ, jimhaṃ gacchati puṅgavo, sabbā tā jimhaṃ gacchanti, nette jimhaṃ gate sati.

taramāna →

bodhirasa

hurrying, quickly

MN 139 araṇavibhaṅgasuttaṃ

ataramāno'va bhāseyya no taramāno'ti, iti kho pan'etaṃ vuttaṃ. kiñ'c'etaṃ paṭicca vuttaṃ?

MN 139 araṇavibhaṅgasuttaṃ

tatra, bhikkhave, taramānassa bhāsato kāyo'pi kilamati, cittam'pi upahaññati, saro'pi upahaññati, kaṇṭho'pi āturīyati, avisaṭṭham'pi hoti aviññeyyaṃ taramānassa bhāsitaṃ.

ārāmakoṭṭhaka →

bodhirasa

wall surrounding a monastery, gateway of a monastery

VIN 4.6.179 kappiyabhūmi anujānanā

tena kho pana samayena jānapadā manussā bahuṃ loṇam'pi telam'pi taṇḍulam'pi khādanīyam'pi sakaṭesu āropetvā bahi-ārāmakoṭṭhake sakaṭaparivaṭṭaṃ karitvā acchanti

ārāmaropa →

bodhirasa

planter of parks

SN 1.47 vanaropasuttaṃ

ārāmaropā vanaropā, ye janā setukārakā, papañ'ca udapānañ'ca, ye dadanti upassayaṃ.

ārāmarāmaṇeyyaka →

bodhirasa

delightful park, delightful grove

DN 23.10 pāyāsisuttaṃ

abhijānāsi no tvaṃ, rājañña, divā seyyaṃ upagato supinakaṃ passitā ārāmarāmaṇeyyakaṃ vanarāmaṇeyyakaṃ bhūmirāmaṇeyyakaṃ pokkharaṇīrāmaṇeyyakan'ti

annabhāra →

dppn

…who lived in the Paribbājakārāma on the banks of the River Sappinī near Rājagaha. He is mentioned as staying with the well-known…

anugāra →

dppn

…as living in the Paribbājakārāma in the Moranivāpa in Veḷuvana near Rājagaha. He was probably one of the company who was with Sakuludāyi…

anāthapiṇḍika →

dppn

…therein the famous Jetavanārāma. As a result of this and of his numerous other benefactions in the cause of the Sāsana, Anāthapiṇḍika…

assaji →

dppn

…lay grievously sick in Kassapārāma near Rājagaha. He tells the Buddha that he cannot enter into jhāna because of his difficulty in breathing…

badarikārāma →

dppn

…toilet at the Badarikārāma because he was unwilling to violate the rule laid down by the Buddha that no novice should share the room of an…

bhadda →

dppn

…as staying at the Kukkuṭārāma in Pāṭaliputta in the company of Ānanda, with whom he discussed the righteous and the unrighteous life…

bhaddā →

dppn

…Nārada Thera at the Kukkuṭārāma, and there made him realize the folly of mourning. AN.iii.57ff.

Bhaddā2Kāpilānī

A bhikkhunī…

bhagu →

dppn

…Bhagu is mentioned Vin.i.300 as staying with Jātipupphiya at the Kukkuṭārāma in Pāṭaliputta, but he is probably a different person.

bodhi →

dppn

…the Buddha at the Ghositārāma in Kosambī and declared that whatever child was born to her it would accept the Buddha, his teaching and the…

bāhiya →

dppn

…of Anuruddha at the Ghositārāma. He seems to have taken a prominent part in the disputes of the Kosambī monks, helping them, but Anuruddha let…

bālakaloṇakāra →

dppn

…them and went to Bālakalonakārāma, where he visited Bhagu and preached to him on the virtues of solitude. From there the Buddha proceeded to…

candana →

dppn

…at the Nigrodhārāma, questioned him regarding the True Saint, and recited to him stanzas learnt when the Buddha preached the…

channa →

dppn

…when in the Ghositārāma in Kosambī, Channa committed a fault but was not willing to acknowledge it. When the matter was reported to…

citta →

dppn

…resident in the Ambātakārāma and was looked after by Citta. Once, when the two Chief Disciples and several other eminent Elders came to the…

cunda →

dppn

Cunda1

A worker in metals living in Pāvā. When the Buddha reached Pāvā on his way to Kusinārā, he stayed in Cunda’s Mango grove. There Cunda visited him and invited him and the monks to a …

dasama →

dppn

…he visited the Kukkuṭārāma to call upon Ānanda. Learning that Ānanda was at Beluvagāma near Vesāli, he visited him there and held a…

devakatasobbha →

dppn

A pool near Kosambī. Close by was the Pilakkhaguhā and the Paribbājakārāma, where Ānanda once visited Sandaka and held a discussion with him. MN.i.513

25.321684,81.3180543lake

gaṇaka-moggallāna →

dppn

…the Buddha at the Pubbārāma, and the Buddha preached to him the Gaṇaka-Moggallāna Sutta, after which, it is said, he became the…

ghaṭāya →

dppn

A Sākiyan of Kapilavatthu, who built a monastery attached to the Nigrodhārāma. There the Mahā Suññatā Sutta was preached. MN.iii.110

gijjhakūṭa →

dppn

…AN.ii.176 and the Paribbājakārāma of Udumbarika the residence of Nigrodha, near the Moranivāpa on the bank of the lake Sumāgadhā….

gopaka →

dppn

…once stayed at the Kukkuṭārāma in Pāṭaliputta, where he was given a set of robes. Vin.i.300

Gopaka3

A deva. A series of verses…

jetavana →

dppn

…ParkAnāthapiṇḍikassa ārāmaAnāthapiṇḍada’s Park

A park in Sāvatthī, in which was built the Anāthapiṇḍikārāma. When the…

jāliya →

dppn

…the Buddha at the Ghositārāma. DN.i.159 The Buddha preached to them the Jāliya Sutta. According to the Pātika Sutta, when Jāliya heard…

kapilavatthu →

dppn

…see him both at the Nigrodhārāma and at the Mahāvana, among them being Mahānāma, SN.v.369f. AN.iii.284f. AN.iv.220f. AN.v.320f.

kassapakārāma →

dppn

KassapakārāmaKassapārāma

A monastery in Rājagaha, probably near Veḷuvana. It was here that Assaji stayed during his last illness, when the…

khemaka →

dppn

…monks, staying at the Ghositārāma, sent one of their number, Dāsaka, with a message to Khemaka, inquiring whether he managed to bear his pains….

kosambī →

dppn

…Kukkuṭārāma, the Ghositārāma, the Pāvārika-ambavana, and the Badarikārāma. The Buddha visited Kosambī on several occasions, stopping…

kukkuṭārāma →

dppn

A park in Pāṭaliputta. It was evidently the residence of monks from very early times, probably, for some time, of the Buddha himself. The Mahāvagga Vin.i.300 mentions the names of several theras who l …

kālakhemaka →

dppn

…built a monastery in Nigrodhārāma, near Kapilavatthu, and once, during robe-making time, many monks lived there. On this occasion the Buddha…

lomasakaṅgiya →

dppn

…in the Nigrodhārāma in Kapilavatthu, and questioned him on the Bhaddekaratta Sutta. When Lomasakaṅgiya again confessed his…

lomasavaṅgīsa →

dppn

…took place in the Nigrodhārāma at Kapilavatthu.

The name Lomasavaṅgīsa is, probably, a wrong or variant reading for Lomasakaṅgiya….

mahākaccāyana →

dppn

MahākaccāyanaKaccāyanaMahākaccānaKaccāna

One of the most eminent disciples of the Buddha, considered chief among expounders in full of the brief saying of the Buddha. AN.i.23 Several suttas illustrat …

mahāmoggallāna →

dppn

MahāmoggallānaMoggallānaKolita

The second of the Chief Disciples of the Buddha. He and Sāriputta went forth as disciples of Sañjaya. After some time, Sāriputta, wandering about in Rājagaha, met Assaj …

mahānāma →

dppn

…visited the Buddha at Nigrodhārāma where the Buddha was convalescing after a severe illness, and at once Mahānāma asked a question as to whether…

mallikā →

dppn

…a garden, called the Mallikārāma, in which was a Hall among the Deispyros trees set apart for religious discussions between members of various…

mallikāya ārāma →

dppn

Mallikāya ārāmaMallikārāma

A park in Sāvatthī belonging to Queen Mallikā. DN.i.178 MN.ii.22

27.50735, 82.074733park

mallā →

dppn

The name of a people and their country.

The country is included in the sixteen Great Nations of the Buddha’s time. The kingdom, at that time, was divided into two parts, having their respective capit …

mettiyabhummajakā →

dppn

…distribution of alms at the ārāma where they stayed, and one day it was their turn to receive alms from a certain householder who had a…

migāramātupāsāda →

dppn

…Migāramātā in the Pubbārāma, to the east of Sāvatthī. It is said that, one day, when Visākhā had gone to the monastery to hear the…

moranivāpa →

dppn

…It contained a Paribbājakārāma, the resort of recluses of various denominations. The Udumbarika Sīhanāda, the Mahā Sakuladāyi and the…

musila →

dppn

…between him and Savittha, which is said to have taken place in Ghositārāma in Kosambī, regarding the paṭiccasamuppāda.

muṇḍa →

dppn

…queen’s body. The king’s Treasurer, Piyaka, consulted the Elder Nārada who lived at Kukkuṭārāma in Pāṭaliputta and persuaded him to…

nandaka →

dppn

Nandaka1

Once, at the Buddha’s request, he preached a sermon to the nuns; on the first day they became sotāpannas, and, on the second, five hundred of them attained arahantship. MN.iii.270 …

nandiya →

dppn

…the Buddha at the Nigrodhārāma in Kapilavatthu and had a discussion with him on the different kinds of Ariyan disciple, the one who dwells in…

nigrodha →

dppn

…colleagues at the Udumbarikārāma near Rājagaha, Sandhāna, on his way to see the Buddha, stopped him and entered into conversation. The Buddha,…

nigrodhārāma →

dppn

…as having lived in Nigrodhārāma?

27.54115, 83.080673monasteryNigrodhārāma2

A grove in Rājagaha. The Buddha says that there he…

nilavāsi →

dppn

A Thera mentioned as staying at the Kukkuṭārāma in Pāṭaliputta. Vin.i.300

nārada →

dppn

…once as staying at the Ghositārāma in Kosambī, with Musila, Savittha, and Ānanda. In the course of discussion he declares that, though aware of…

paramatta →

dppn

A Brahmā who was present at the Mahāsamaya. DN.ii.260

phalikasandāna →

dppn

One of the Theras dwelling in the Kukkuṭārāma in Pāṭaliputta in the time of the Buddha. Vin.i.300

poṭṭhapāda →

dppn

…which took place in Mallikārāma in Sāvatthī, is reported in the Poṭṭhapāda Sutta. Poṭṭhapāda, accepting the Buddha’s views, was…

pubbakoṭṭhakā →

dppn

A bathing place in Sāvatthī, near the Migāramātupāsāda, and therefore to the east of the city. Mention is made AN.iii.345 of the Buddha having bathed there. It was evidently extensive, for Pasenadi’s …

pubbārāma →

dppn

A monastery outside the eastern gate of Sāvatthī.

27.52532, 82.089843monastery

pātaligāma →

dppn

…Pātaliputta was the Kukkutārāma, where monks (e.g. Ananda, Bhadda and Nārada) stayed when they came to Pātaliputta M.i.349; A.v.341;…

pātikaputta →

dppn

…to the Tindukhānuparibbājakārāma. A message was sent to him asking him to come as the Buddha was at his hermitage, but Pātikaputta was unable…

revata →

dppn

…the meeting, held in Vālikārāma, regarding the Ten Points. All the Ten Points were declared to be wrong, and, at the end of the questions,…

rāhula →

dppn

…staying there in the Badarikārāma. Rāhula was told there of a new rule which had been laid down to the effect that no novice should sleep under…

rājagaha →

dppn

…with its Paribbājakārāma, Tapodārāma, Indasālaguhā in Vediyagiri, Sattapaṇṇiguhā, Latthivana, Maddakucchi,…

rāmagāmaka →

dppn

RāmagāmakaRāmagāma

A Koliyan village on the banks of the Ganges. Its inhabitants claimed and obtained a share of the Buddha’s relics, over which they erected a thūpa. DN.ii.167

26.146795,84.098271town

sakuladāyī →

dppn

…the Buddha in the Paribbājakārāma at Moranivāpa in Rājagaha.

He is also said to have been present when the Buddha visited the…

sarabha →

dppn

…this, visited the Paribbājakārāma, on the banks of the Sappinikā, and challenged Sarabha to repeat his statement. Three times the challenge was…

savittha →

dppn

…took place at the Ghositārāma in Kosambī. The first is with Musila and deals with the paṭiccasamuppāda. Musila, in answer to Savittha’s…

sippinikātīra →

dppn

SippinikātīraSappinīSappinīkā

A river that flowed through Rājagaha. On its bank was a Paribbājakārāma where famous Paribbājakas lived in…

sudhamma →

dppn

…in a monastery (the Ambātakārāma) provided by Citta. Citta used to invite Sudhamma to his house for meals. One day Sāriputta, at the head of…

sumāgadhā →

dppn

…distance was the Paribbājakārāma in Queen Udumbarika’s park. The Buddha was walking about in the open air near Sumāgadhā, just before he…

sunakkhatta →

dppn

A Licchavi prince of Vesāli. He was, at one time, a member of the Order and the personal attendant of the Buddha, but was later converted to the views of Korakkhattiya and went about defaming the Budd …

sāketa →

dppn

…he stayed at the Kāḷakārāma AN.ii.24 gifted to the Order by Kāḷaka, and the Tikantakivana, AN.iii.169 both of which were evidently near…

sākya →

dppn

…was staying at the Nigrodhārāma, and he was asked to inaugurate it. This he did by a series of ethical discourses lasting through the night,…

tapodā →

dppn

…hot. Around it was the Tapodārāma.

Monks and recluses were evidently in the habit of going to the Tapodā to bathe in the hot springs. Thus, we…

tapodārāma →

dppn

…use of it.

Near the Tapodārāma was the Tapodakandārā. They were both far from Rājagaha, and monks would come from afar late at night and,…

tindukkhānu →

dppn

…dwelling of wanderers near Vesāli. It was the residence of Pāthikaputta. DN.iii.17

near…

uddaka →

dppn

UddakaRāmaputta

One of the teachers under whom Gotama, after leaving the world and before he became the Buddha, received instruction. Uddaka taught him the doctrine which had been realised and procla …

upavāna →

dppn

…both staying in the Ghositārāma at Kosambī. Sāriputta asks him about the bojjhangas as being conducive to a happy life and Upavāna explains….

uttaramātā →

dppn

A Yakkhinī, mother of Punabbasu and Uttarā. Once as she passed Jetavana at sunset looking for food, with her daughter on her hip and holding her son by his finger, she saw the assembly, intently liste …

uttarikā →

dppn

A diminutive form of Uttarā used by Uttaramātā, the Yakkhinī, in addressing her daughter. SN.i.210

uttarā →

dppn

Uttarā1

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses tell of her awakening. Thig.15

Uttarā2

The Therīgāthā contains seven verses uttered by her after becoming an arahant, the result of …

vajjiyamāhita →

dppn

…and went into the Paribbājakārāma near by. The Paribbājakas asked him if it was true that the Buddha ridicules all forms of asceticism and…

varadhara →

dppn

…in the time of the Buddha. He lived with Annabhāra, Sakuludāyī and others in the Paribbājakārāma, on the banks of the Sappinikā, AN.ii.29…

varaṇā →

dppn

VaraṇāVāraṇā

A city on the banks of the Kaddamadaha, where Ārāmadaṇḍa visited Mahākaccāna. AN.i.65

Avanti3town

vekaliṅga →

dppn

…the Buddha visited the ārāma in which Kassapa Buddha had preached to Jotipāla, and there he himself preached the Ghaṭīkāra Sutta….

vesāli →

dppn

…e.g., Pātikārāma, Vālikārāma.

The Buddha generally stayed at the Kūṭāgārasālā during his visits to Vesāli, but it appears that he…

visākhā →

dppn

…in the Pubbārāma to the Saṅgha.

The Buddha accepted a face towel as a special gift from Visākhā but would not accept an…

yakkha →

dppn

A class of non human beings generally described as non-human. They are mentioned with Devas, Rakkhasas, Dānavas, Gandhabbas, Kinnaras, and Mahoragas (? Nāgas).

Elsewhere AN.ii.38 they rank, in progr …

yasa →

dppn

…the question at the Vālikārāma, Revata acting as questioner and Sabbakāmī answering his questions. At the end of the enquiry the decision…

ārāmadaṇḍa →

dppn

A brahmin. Once when Mahā Kaccāna was staying at Vāraṇā on the banks of the Kaddamadaha, Ārāmadaṇḍa came to see him and asked him why nobles quarrelled with nobles, brahmins with brahmins, and househo …

sīlabbata-parāmāsa →

farkas

előírásoktól és szertartásoktól függés

ajjhārāma →

ncped

the territory, grounds of a park.

akarāma →

ncped

antarāmaggato →

ncped

from on the road

antarāmagge →

ncped

on the way

anto-ārāma →

ncped

anto-ārāma

masculine the inner part of an ārāma

anussaramāna →

ncped

anuvicaramāna →

ncped

apacayārāma →

ncped

finding delight in diminution

avaharamāna →

ncped

caramāna →

ncped

of carati

catukkaṃsaparama →

ncped

worth at the most four kaṃsas.

chārattaparamaṃ →

ncped

indeclinable for six nights at the most.

dhammārāma →

ncped

delighting in the mental constructs; delighting in dhamma.

ekārāmatā →

ncped

delight in solitude

etaparama →

ncped

having this (which usually follows) as their highest limit, i.e. only as good as this, no better than this; only as great as this, no more than this

etaparamaṃ →

ncped

as well as, only as well as, on as much as

etāvataparama →

ncped

having such as its highest limit, i.e. only as good as such, only so great

etāvataparamaṃ →

ncped

only to such an extent, only as greatly

gaṇārāma →

ncped

finding pleasure in a company.

ghāsacchādaparama →

ncped

having or wanting nothing more than (mere) food and clothing.

jarāmaraṇasaṅghāta →

ncped

meeting, a joining, of or with old age and death.

jātijāramaṇīka →

ncped

jātijāramaṇīya →

ncped

producing (further) birth, old age and death.

kammārāma →

ncped

taking delight in activity

kantāramagga →

ncped

road through a wilderness, a dangerous way

karamarānīta →

ncped

(a servant or slave) brought home as a captive (in war).

tagaramallikā →

ncped

(the scent of) tagara and jasmine.

taramāna →

ncped

taramāna1

part. pr. mfn. of tarati

taramāna2

part. pr. mfn. of tarati

taramāna-rūpa →

ncped

taramāna-rūpa

part. pr. mfn. in a great haste; absolutely hurrying.

tindukācīra →

ncped

tinduka row or grove?; a name of an ārāma?

āramati →

ncped

ceases, stops; leaves off; keeps away (from).

ārāmacetiya →

ncped

a shrine in a park; a park

ārāmacetya →

ncped

a shrine in a park; a park

ārāmanisādi →

ncped

living near a park

ārāmanisādin →

ncped

living near a park

ārāmapesaka →

ncped

superintendent of the park-servants

ārāmapāla →

ncped

keeper or guardian of a park

ārāmaropa →

ncped

planter of gardens or parks

ārāmarāmaṇeyyaka →

ncped

the loveliness of parks; a beautiful park

ārāmavatthu →

ncped

the site or ground for a park

ārāmikini →

ncped

female servant in an ārāma, or the wife of an ārāmika.

āyatijātijarāmaraṇiya →

ncped

leading to birth, old age and death in the future

adherence →

nyana

Adherence: parāmāsa clinging or attachment.

anattā →

nyana

Anattā: No-self, egolessness, soullessness, impersonality, absence of identity, is the last of the 3 universal characteristics of existence ti-lakkhana. This anattā doctrine, which only is t …

ariya-puggala →

nyana

Ariya-puggala: or simply Ariya: Noble Ones, noble persons:
The 8, Ariya = Noble Ones are those who have realized one of the 8 stages of Nobility, i.e. the 4 supra-mundane paths magga

attachments →

nyana

Attachments: see: parāmāsa

attā →

nyana

Attā: Self, ego, personality, soul, is in Buddhism a mere conventional expression vohāradesanā, and not a designation for anything really existing; see: paramattha-desanā, anattā, puggala, satta, jīva.

brahma-vihāra →

nyana

Brahma-vihāra: the 4 ‘sublime’ or ‘divine abodes’, also called the 4 Infinite states appamaññā are: loving-kindness mettā Pity karunā, altruistic or sympathetic joy muditā equanimity *up …

gantha →

nyana

Gantha: ‘ties’.;There are 4 ties: the bodily tie kāyagantha of covetousness abhijjhā of ill-will vyāpāda, of clinging to rule and ritual sīlabbata-parāmāsa of dogmatical fanaticism *idam …

grasping →

nyana

Grasping: cf. parāmāsa, upādāna.

pada-parama →

nyana

Pada-parama: ‘one for whom the words are the utmost attainment’.;Whoever, though having learned much, speaking much, knowing many things by heart, and discoursing much, has not penetrated the tru …

paramattha →

nyana

Paramattha: sacca - vacana - Desanā ‘truth or term, exposition that is true in the highest or ultimate sense’, as contrasted with the ‘conventional truth’ vohāra - sacca which is also …

parāmāsa →

nyana

Parāmāsa: ‘adherence’, attachment, ‘misapprehension’, is according to Vis.M XXII a name for wrong views; in that sense it occurs in Dhs. 1174 ff. - See sīlabbata-parāmāsa.

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 …

puggala →

nyana

Puggala: ‘individual’, ‘person’, as well as the synonyms: personality, individuality, being satta self attā etc., in short all terms designating a personal entity, hence also: I, you, he, man, …

tathāgata →

nyana

Tathāgata: the ‘Perfect One’, lit. the one who has ‘thus gone’, or ‘thus come’, is an epithet of the Buddha used by him when speaking of himself.

To the often asked questions, whether the Tathāga …

abhinivesa →

pts

“settling in”, i.e. wishing for, tendency towards (-˚) inclination, adherence; as adj. liking, loving, being given or inclined to DN.iii.230; MN.i.136, MN.i.251; SN.ii.17; SN.iii.10 SN.iii.13, SN.iii …

abhinivisati →

pts

to cling to, adhere to, be attached to Mnd.308, Mnd.309 (parāmasati +)
pp abhiniviṭṭha; cp. also abhinivesa.

abhi + nivisati

abhiniviṭṭha →

pts

adjective “settled in”, attached to, clinging on Cnd.152 (gahita parāmaṭṭha a.); Pv-a.267 (= ajjhāsita Pv.iv.8#4).

abhi + niviṭṭha, pp. of abhi-nivisati

abhirūpa →

pts

adjective of perfect form, (very), handsome, beautiful, lovely Snp.410 (= dassaniya’ angapaccanga Snp-a.383); Ja.i.207; Pp.52; DN-a.i.281 (aññehi manussehi adhikarūpa); Vv-a.53; Pv-a.61 (abhikkant …

abhisambodhi →

pts

the highest enlightenment Ja.i.14 (parama˚). Cp. abhisambujjhana and (sammā-) sambodhi.

abhi + sambodhi

addhāna →

pts

same meaning as addhan but as simplex only used with reference to time (i.e. a long time, cp. Vv-a.117 addhānaṃ = ciraṃ). Usually in phrase atītaṃ (anāgataṃ etc.) addhānaṃ in …

amba →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.208.

  • -ārāma a garden of mangoes, mango grove Vv.79#5 Vv-a.305.
  • -kañjika mango…

antara →

pts

adjective Primary meanings are “inside” and “in between” as adj. “inner”; in prep. use & in compounds “inside, in between”. Further development of meaning is with a view of contrasting the (two) sides …

attha →

pts

Attha1

(also aṭṭha, esp. in combinations mentioned under 3) masculine & neuter

  1. interest, advantage, gain; (moral) good blessing, welfare; profit, prosperity, well-b …

avyāpajjha →

pts

…Iti.31 (abyābajjh’ārāma).

a + vyapajjha or bajjha, a confusion between the roots bādh or…

bhikkhu →

pts

an almsman, a mendicant, a Buddhist monk or priest, a bhikkhu.
■ nom. sg. bhikkhu freq. passim; Vin.iii.40 (vuḍḍhapabbajita); AN.i.78 (thera bh., an elder bh.; and nava bh. …

bhāvanā →

pts

…Vb.244, Vb.249

  • -ārāma joy of or pleasure in self culture AN.ii.28.
  • -bala power to increase…

carati →

pts

to move about, to “live and move,” to behave, to be
imper act. cara (Ja.i.152), carā (metri causa, Ja.iii.393); imper. med. carassu (Snp.696), pl. carāmase (= exhortative, Snp.32); -ppr. caranto …

carima →

pts

adjective subsequent, last (opp. pubba) Thag.202; Iti.18; Ja.v.120
acarima not later (apubba ac˚ simultaneously) DN.i.185; MN.iii.65; Pp.13.

  • -bhava the last rebirth (in Sa …

dassanīya →

pts

adjective fair to behold, beautiful good-looking (= dassituṃ yutta DN-a.i.141), often in formula abhirūpa d. pāsādika paramāya vaṇṇapokkharatāya samannāgəta to express matchless physical beauty: D …

daṇḍa →

pts

ra; (on ṇ: l cp. guṇa: guḷa etc.) to *del as in Sk. dala, dalati. Cp. Lat. dolare to cut, split, work in wood; delere to destroy; Gr.δαίδαλον work of art; Mhg. zelge twig; zol a stick Possibly also …

dhamma →

pts

…cp. Dhs. trsl. 2;

  • -ārāma “one who has the Dh. as his pleasure-ground,” one who rejoices in the Dh. AN.iii.431;…

dharati →

pts

to hold, bear, carry, wear; to hold up, support; to bear in mind, know by heart; to hold out, endure, last continue, live Snp.385 (take to heart, remember); Dhp-a.ii.68
ppr dharamāṇa living, last …

diṭṭhi →

pts

view, belief, dogma, theory, speculation, esp. false theory, groundless or unfounded opinion

  1. The latter is rejected by the Buddha as pāpa˚; (AN.iv.172) and pāpikā d. (opp bhaddikā: AN.v.212 sq …

dāsa →

pts

slave, often combined w. f. dāsī. Def. by Bdhgh as “antojāto” (DN-a.i.300), or as “antojātadhanakkīta-karamarânīta-sāmaṃ dāsabyaṃ upagatānaṃ aññataro” (ibid. DN-a.i.168)
■ In phrase *dāsā ca kam …

dīpana →

pts

adjective illustrating, explaining; f. explanation, commentary, Name of several Commentaries, e.g. the Paramattha-dīpanī of Dhammapāla on Th 2; Pv Vv
■ Cp. jotikā & uddīpanā.

gantha →

pts

(in BB often misspelt gandha)

  1. a bond, fetter, trammel; always fig. and usually referring to and enumerated as the four bodily ties, or knots (kāya˚, see under kāya): SN.v.59 = Dh …

gata →

pts

gone, in all meanings of gacchati (q.v.) viz.

  1. literal. gone away, arrived at, directed to (c. acc.), opp ṭhita: gate ṭhite nisinne (loc. abs.) when going standing, sitting down (cp. gacchati 1) DN …

gati →

pts

  1. going, going away, (opp. āgati coming) (both gati & āgati usually in pregnant sense of No. (2) See āgati); direction, course, career. Freq of the two careers of a Mahāpurisa (viz. either a Cakkavat …

gayhaka →

pts

adjective = gayha one who is to be taken (prisoner), in ˚niyyamāna id. SN.i.143 = Ja.iii.361 (expl. as karamaragāhaṃ gahetvā niyyamāna; cp. karamara).

gaṇa →

pts

…(adj.) &

  • -ārāmatā in phrase gaṇārāmo gaṇarato gaṇārāmataṃ anuyutto: a lover of the crowd…

ghosita →

pts

…(nakkhattaṃ). As Npl Ghositārāma Dhp-a.i.53, Dhp-a.i.161, Dhp-a.i.208. 2. [n. ag. = ghositṛ cp. ghosaka] one who proclaims, advocates, or…

gāha →

pts

  1. (n.) seizing, seizure, grip (cp. gaha): canda˚ suriya˚ an eclipse (lit. the moon, etc., being seized by a demon) DN.i.10 (= DN-a.i.95: Rāhu candaṃ gaṇhāti). Esp. applied to the sphere of the mind …

ida →

pts

Ida & Idaṃ

indeclinable emphatic demonstr. adv. in local, temporal & modal function, as

  1. in this, here: idappaccayatā having its foundation in this, i.e. causally connec …

idaṃ →

pts

Ida & Idaṃ

indeclinable emphatic demonstr. adv. in local, temporal & modal function, as

  1. in this, here: idappaccayatā having its foundation in this, i.e. causally connec …

jajjara →

pts

withered, feeble with age Thig.270; Ja.i.5, Ja.i.59 (jarā˚); Thag-a.212; Pv-a.63 (˚bhāva, state of being old)- ; not fading (cp. amata & ajarāmara), of Nibbāna SN.iv.369.

From intensive of jarati

jarā →

pts

(older); jaras (nt.) decay, decrepitude, old age Vin.i.10, Vin.i.34; AN.i.51, AN.i.138 (as death’s messenger); AN.v.144 sq. (bhabbo jaraṃ pahātuṃ); Snp.311 (cp. DN.iii.75); Ja.i.59; Thig.252 sq.; Vi …

jegucchin →

pts

adjective one who detests or avoids (usually -˚) MN.i.77; (parama˚), MN.i.78; AN.iv.174, AN.iv.182 sq., AN.iv.188 sq., Mil.352 (pāpa˚).

jighacchā →

pts

appetite, hunger, often combined with pipāsā, desire to drink, thirst, e.g. SN.i.18; AN.ii.143, AN.ii.153; Mil.304
■ MN.i.13, MN.i.114; MN.i.364; MN.iii.97, MN.iii.136; AN.iii.16 …

jotaka →

pts

adjective illuminating, making light; explaining Ja.ii.420; Dpvs.xiv.50; Mil.343 (= lamp-lighter)
■ f. -ikā explanation, commentary, Name of several Commentaries, e.g. the Paramatthajotikā on th …

jāti →

pts

■ Instr. jātiyā (Snp.423) & jaccā (DN.ii.8; Ja.iii.395; Dhp.393); abl. jātiyā (SN.i.88) & jātito (by descent: DN.ii.8); loc. jātiyaṃ (Pv-a.10) & jātiyā (Pv-a.78).

  1. birth, rebirth, possibility of …

jīva →

pts

Jīva1

adjective noun

  1. the soul. Sabbe jīvā all the souls, enumerated with sattā pāṇā bhūta in the dialect used by the followers of Gosāla DN.i.53 (= DN-a.i.161 jīvasaññī). “taṃ jīvaṃ t …

kamma →

pts

…Iti.71, Iti.79; -ārāmatā taking pleasure in (worldly activity DN.ii.78 = AN.iv.22, cp. Vb.381; AN.iii.116,…

kantāra →

pts

adjective noun difficult to pass, scil. magga, a difficult road, waste land, wilderness, explained as nirudaka īriṇa Vv-a.334 (on Vv.84#3), combined with maru˚ Pv-a.99 and marukantāramagga Pv-a.112 …

karamanda →

pts

shrub Vism.183 (+ kanavīra).

etym.?

karamara →

pts

see Kara.

kasambu →

pts

anything worthless, rubbish, filth, impurity; fig. low passions SN.i.166; Snp.281 = Mil.414 = AN.iv.172; Vism.258 (maṃsa˚), Vism.259 (parama˚).

  • -jāta one whose nature is impurity …

khandha →

pts

I. Crude meaning

bulk, massiveness (gross) substance.

  1. Esp. used
    1. of an elephant: the bulk of the body, i.e. its back SN.i.95 vāraṇassa Ja.iii.392; hatthi-khandha-vara-gata on th …

khanti →

pts

Khanti & Khantī

f. patience, forbearance, forgiveness. Def. at Dhs.1341: khantī khamanatā adhivāsanatā acaṇḍikkaṃ anasuropo attamanatā cittassa Most frequent combinations: with *[mettā](/define/mettā …

khantī →

pts

Khanti & Khantī

f. patience, forbearance, forgiveness. Def. at Dhs.1341: khantī khamanatā adhivāsanatā acaṇḍikkaṃ anasuropo attamanatā cittassa Most frequent combinations: with *[mettā](/define/mettā …

khaṇa →

pts

Khaṇa1

  1. (m.) a (short), moment, wink of time; in phrase khaṇen’ eva “in no time” Pv-a.38 Pv-a.117; Sdhp.584 (etc.). Sdhp.584; khaṇo ve mā upaccagā “let not the slightest time be wasted …

khetta →

pts

…pure˚, pacchā˚, ārāma˚, vihāra without ref. to aṇṇa.) SN.ii.41; Snp.769. Together with other earthly possessions as wealth…

kicca →

pts

  1. (adj.) that which ought to be done, that which is to be performed; nt something to do Dhp-a.i.15. defined as kātabban ti kiccaṃ kiñcid eva karaṇīyan ti Kp-a.218; kattabaṃ karaṇīyaṃ Dhp-a.iii.452 …

kola →

pts

the jujube fruit MN.i.80; AN.iii.49 (sampanna-kolakaṃ sūkaramaṃsa “pork with jujube”); Ja.iii.22 (= badara); Ja.vi.578.

  • -mattiyo (pl.) of the size of a j. truit, always comb w. kolaṭṭhi-mattiy …

kumbha →

pts

  1. a round jar, waterpot (= kulālabhājana earthenware Dhp-a.i.317), frequent in similes, either as illustrating fragility or emptiness and fullness: AN.i.130, AN.i.131 = Pp.32; AN.v.337; SN.ii.83; Mi …

kuṇḍala →

pts

ring esp. earring AN.i.254 = AN.iii.16; Ja.iv.358 (su˚ with beautiful earrings); Dhp-a.i.25. Frequent as maṇi˚, a jewelled earring Vin.ii.156; SN.i.77; MN.i.366; Pv.ii.9#50; sīha˚ or sīhamukha˚ an ea …

kāma →

pts

…love-sick Ja.iii.170;

  • -ārāma pleasure-loving AN.iv.438 (gihī k-bhogī, ˚ratā, ˚sammuditā); *…

kāya →

pts

group, heap, collection, aggregate, body

Definitions and synonyms

Snp-a.31 gives the foll. synonyms and similes of kāya: kuṭī, guhā (Snp.772), deha, sandeha (Dhp.148 = Thag.20), nāvā (Dhp.3 …

lokika →

pts

Lokiya & lokika

(adj.)

  1. (ordinarily) “belonging to the world,” i.e
    1. world-wide, covering the whole world, famed, widely known Thag.554; Ja.vi.198.
    2. (-˚) belonging to the world of, an i …

lokiya →

pts

Lokiya & lokika

(adj.)

  1. (ordinarily) “belonging to the world,” i.e
    1. world-wide, covering the whole world, famed, widely known Thag.554; Ja.vi.198.
    2. (-˚) belonging to the world of, an i …

lābha →

pts

receiving, getting, acquisition, gain, possession; pl. possessions DN.i.8; DN.ii.58, DN.ii.61; MN.i.508 (ārogya-paramā lābhā); MN.iii.39; AN.i.74; AN.iv.157 sq., AN.iv.160 (lābhena abhibhūto pariyādi …

majjhatta →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) “standing in the middle,” umpire neutral, impartial, indifferent Ja.i.300; Ja.ii.359 (parama˚ + upekkhā-pārāmī); Ja.vi.8; Mil.403; Vism.230; Mhvs.21, Mhvs.14.
  2. indifferen …

mamāyita →

pts

cherished, beloved; as n. nt. attachment, fondness of, pride
■ (adj. or pp. SN.ii.94 (etaṃ ajjhositaṃ, m., parāmaṭṭhaṃ); Snp.119; Dhp-a.i.11
■ (nt.:) Snp.466, Snp.777, Snp.805, Snp.950 = Dhp.367 …

mara →

pts

adjective dying; only neg. amara not dying, immortal, in phrase ajarāmara free from decay death Thig.512; Pv.ii.6#11. See also amara.

fr. mṛ.

marati →

pts

to die
pres marati Mvu v. spur. after 5, 27; 36, 83;
pot mareyyaṃ Ja.vi.498; 2nd mareyyāsi Ja.iii.276.
ppr maramāna Mhvs.36, Mhvs.76
ao …

mitta →

pts

friend. Usually m., although nt. occurs in meaning “friend,” in sg. (Ne.164) & pl. (Snp.185 Snp.187); in meaning “friendship” at Ja.vi.375 (= mittabhāva C.). The half-scientific, half-popular etym …

mālaka →

pts

…In the Mahāvihāra (Tiss’ ārāma) at Anurādhapura there were 32 mālakas; Dpvs.xiv.78; Mhvs.15, Mhvs.192. The sacred Bodhi-tree e.g. was…

māḷaka →

pts

…In the Mahāvihāra (Tiss’ ārāma) at Anurādhapura there were 32 mālakas; Dpvs.xiv.78; Mhvs.15, Mhvs.192. The sacred Bodhi-tree e.g. was…

nemi →

pts

the circumference of a wheel, circumference, rim, edge (cp. nema AN.i.112; Vv.64#5; Mil.238, Mil.285; Vism.198 (fig. jarāmaraṇa˚ the rim of old age & death, which belongs to the wheel of Saṃsāra of th …

nibbāna →

pts

I. Etymology

Although nir + “to blow”. (cp. BSk. nirvāṇa) is already in use in the Vedic period (see nibbāpeti), we do not find its distinctive ap …

niddā →

pts

…bhassarata);

  • -ārāmatā fondness of sleep laziness, sluggishness AN.iii.116, AN.iii.293 sq., AN.iii.309 sq.;…

nippapañca →

pts

…Dhp.254 (Tathāgata); -ārāma not fond of delay MN.i.65 (Neumann trsl. i.119: “dem keine Sonderheit behagt”); AN.iii.431; AN.iv.229 sq.;…

omāna FIXME double →

pts

Omāna1

disregard, disrespect, contempt Dhp-a.ii.52 (+ atimāna) Cp. foll. & see also; avamāna.

fr. o + man, think. The Sk. avamāna is later

Omāna2

at …

pabbajita →

pts

one who has gone out from home, one who has given up worldly life & undertaken the life of a bhikkhu recluse or ascetic, (one) ordained (as a Buddhist friar) gone forth (into the holy life or pabbajjā …

paccaya →

pts

lit. resting on, falling back on, foundation cause, motive etc. See on term as t.t. of philosophy Tikapaṭṭhāna I, foreword; J.P.T.S. 1916, 21 f.; Cpd. 42 sq. & esp. 259 sq.

  1. (lit.) support, req …

pada →

pts

  1. foot Dhp.273 = Snp-a.366 (? saccānaṃ caturo padā); DN-a.i.85; usually -˚, like hatthipadaṃ elephant’s foot MN.i.176, MN.i.184; SN.i.86; SN.v.43, SN.v.231; and with numerals dvi˚ & di˚, catup˚, a …

pakkhika FIXME double →

pts

Pakkhika

adjective

  1. belonging or referring to the (2) lunar fortnights fortnightly, for a fortnight or in the (specified) fortnight of the month (cp. Vin. Texts iii.220). As one special provisio …

pantha →

pts

to come or go (by) a road, roadway, path SN.i.18 (gen. pl. panthānaṃ kantāramagga C; “jungle road” trsl.); Snp.121 (loc panthasmiṃ); Cnd.485 B (+ patha in expln of magga) Mil.157 (see pant …

parama →

pts

adjective highest, most excellent, superior, best paraphrased by agga seṭṭha visiṭṭha at Cnd.502 A Mnd.84, Mnd.102 (the latter reading viseṭṭha for visiṭṭha); by uttama at Dhp-a …

paramajja-dhamma →

pts

paramajja-dhamma

the most influential or ruling doctrine MN.iii.7.

cp. Vedic parama-jyā

paramatā →

pts

the highest quantity, measure on the outside minimum or maximum DN.i.60 (ghāsa-cchādana-paramatāya santuṭṭho contented with a minimum of food & clothing; DN-a.i.169 explains by uttamatāya); MN.i.10 …

parissaya →

pts

danger, risk, trouble MN.i.10 (utu˚); AN.iii.388 (id.); Snp.42, Snp.45, Snp.770, Snp.921, Snp.960 sq.; Dhp.328 (˚ayāni sīha-vyaggh’-ādayo pākaṭa-parissaye, rāga-bhaya-dosabhay’ ādayo paṭicchanna\ …

parissuta →

pts

overflowing Ja.vi.328 (= atipuṇṇattā pagharamāna).

pp. of pari + sru

parāmasa →

pts

touching, seizing, taking hold of MN.i.130 (variant reading ˚māsa which reading is probably to be preferred, cp. Trenckner on p. 541) SN.iii.46 (variant reading ˚māsa)
■ neg. aparāmasa not leading a …

parāmasana →

pts

touching, seizing, taking up Cnd.576 (daṇḍa-sattha˚); Dhs-a.239 (angapaccanga˚); Pv-a.159 (kiriyā˚).

fr. parāmasati

parāmasati →

pts

to touch, hold on to, deal with, take up, to be attached or fall a victim to (acc.) Vin.ii.47, Vin.ii.195, Vin.ii.209; DN.i.17; MN.i.257; SN.iii.110; Ja.iv.138; in combination with gaṇhāti & nandati ( …

parāmaṭṭha →

pts

touched, grasped, usually in bad sense: succumbing to, defiled, corrupted DN.i.17 for a different, commentarial interpretation see Parāmāsa (evaṃ˚ so acquired or taken up; cp. DN-a.i.107 nirāsanka\ …

parāmāsa →

pts

touching contact, being attached to, hanging on, being under the influence of, contagion (Dhs. trsl. 316). In Asl.49, Bdhgh analyses as parato āmasantīti parāmāsā: p. means “they handle dhamma’s *as …

parāmāsin →

pts

adjective grasping, seizing, perverting DN.iii.48; MN.i.43, MN.i.96 (sandiṭṭhi˚). Parayana (Parayana)

fr. parāmāsa

pattheti →

pts

to wish for, desire, pray for, request, long for SN.iv.125; SN.v.145; Snp.114 Snp.899; Thig.341; Mnd.312, Mnd.316; Pp-a 208 (āsaṃsati +) Pv-a.148; Sdhp.66, Sdhp.319; ppr. patthento Pv-a.107 *pat …

patti →

pts

Patti1

on foot, one who is on foot, a foot-soldier Vin.iv.105 (as one of the 4 constituents of a senā or army, viz. hatthī elephants, assā horses, rathā chariots, pattī …

paññā →

pts

intelligence, comprising all the higher faculties of cognition, “intellect as conversant with general truths” (Dial. ii.68), reason wisdom, insight, knowledge, recognition. See on term Mrs. Rh. D. * …

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 …

paṭipajjati →

pts

to enter upon (a path), to go along, follow out (a way or plan) to go by; fig. to take a line of action, to follow a method to be intent on, to regulate one’s life DN.i.70 (saṃvarāya), DN.i.175 (tatha …

paṭisallāna →

pts

…Mil.138, Mil.412.

  • -ārāma fond(ness) of solitude or seclusion (see ˚rata) AN.iii.261 sq.; Iti.39;…

paṭṭhahati →

pts

to put down, set down, provide; ppr. paṭṭhayamāna Pv-a.128 (varamāna + ; variant reading paṭṭhap˚); aor. paṭṭhayi Pv.ii.9#34 (dānaṃ; variant reading paṭṭhapayi, explained by paṭṭhapesi Pv-a.126 …

phegguka →

pts

(-˚) adjective having worthless wood, weak, inferior MN.i.488 (apagata˚, where ˚ka belongs to the whole cpd.); Ja.iii.318 (a˚ + sāramaya).

fr. pheggu

pubba →

pts

…reflection Thag-a.30.

  • -ārāma “Eastern Park,” Name of a locality east of Sāvatthi AN.iii.344; Snp.p.139 (cp….

pāla →

pts

…guard, keeper, guardian, protector SN.i.185 (vihāra˚); Ja.v.222 (dhamma˚); Vv-a.288 (ārāma˚); Sdhp.285. See also go˚, loka˚.

fr. ,…

pāramī →

pts

completeness, perfection, highest state Snp.1018, Snp.1020; Pp.70; Dhp-a.i.5; Vv-a.2 (sāvakañāṇa˚); Pv-a.139; Sdhp.328. In later literature there is mentioned a group of 10 perfections (*dasa pāram …

ropa →

pts

(-˚) plantation; in vana˚ & ārāma˚ SN.i.33.

fr. rop = Caus. of ruh

ropana →

pts

…(f.)

  1. planting Pv-a.151 (ārāma˚); Mhvs.15, Mhvs.41.
  2. healing SN.iv.177 (vaṇa˚)
  3. furthering, making grow Pts.ii.115 (buddhi˚).
  4. (f.)…

rāmaṇeyyaka →

pts

…(four seen in a dream: ārāma˚, vana˚, bhūmi pokkharaṇī˚).

orig. grd. of rāmeti, ram, cp. Sk. rāmaṇīya. On e for ī see…

rūpa →

pts

form, figure, appearance, principle of form, etc.

  1. Definitions. According to P. expositors rūpa takes its designation fr. ruppati, e.g. “ruppanato rūpaṃ” Vism.588; “ruppan’ a …

sacca →

pts

adjective real, true DN.i.182; MN.ii.169; MN.iii.207; Dhp.408; nt. saccaṃ truly, verily, certainly Mil.120; saccaṃ kira is it really true? DN.i.113; Vin.i.45, Vin.i.60; Ja.i.107; saccato truly S …

saccika →

pts

adjective real, true Mil.226 (the same passage at Pts.i.174 & Mnd.458 spells sacchika). saccik’ aṭṭha truth, reality, the highest truth Kv.1 sq. Dhs-a.4 (nearly = paramaṭṭha); Kp-a.102. Kern in a …

samagga →

pts

…samaggarata, and samaggārāma, rejoicing in peace, delighting in peace impassioned for peace DN.i.4 = AN.ii.209 = Pp.57; DN-a.i.74;…

sammuti →

pts

  1. consent, permission Vin.iii.199.
  2. choice, selection, delegation Vin.iii.159.
  3. fixing, determination (of boundary) Vin.i.106.
  4. common consent, general opinion, convention, that which is genera …

samādhi →

pts

  1. concentration; a concentrated, self-collected, intent state of mind and meditation which, concomitant with right living, is a necessary condition to the attainment of higher wisdom and emancipatio …

sandiṭṭhi →

pts

the visible world, worldly gain DN.iii.45, DN.iii.247; MN.i.43; Snp.891; Vin.ii.89; Mnd.288, Mnd.300 -parāmāsin infected with worldliness MN.i.97.

fr. saṃ + dṛś

sarati →

pts

Sarati1

to go, flow, run, move along Ja.iii.95 (= parihāyati nassati C.);

pot sare Ja.iv.284
aor asarā Ja.vi.199
pp sarita1
caus sāreti

  1. to m …

sattakkhattuṃ →

pts

adverb seven times Vin.i.3; Iti.18; sattakkhattuparamaṃ seven times at the utmost; ˚parama one who will not be reborn more than seven times SN.ii.134 sq.; AN.i.233, AN.i.235; AN.iv.381 Kv.104; Pp.15 s …

sañcopana →

pts

(f.) touching, handling Vin.iii.121 (ā); Vin.iv.214 (a) (= parāmasanan nāma ito c’ ito ca).

saṃ + copana

saṃsagga →

pts

…AN.iii.293 sq. (˚ārāmatā); AN.iv.87 sq., AN.iv.331; Iti.70; Ja.i.376; Ja.iv.57; Mil.386; Cnd.137; Vb-a.340 (an-anulomika˚);…

saṃsarati →

pts

  1. to move about continuously, to come again and again Ja.i.335.
  2. to go through one life after the other, to transmigrate DN.i.14; DN-a.i.105; ppr. saṃsaranto (& saṃsaraṃ); SN.iii.149; SN.iv.439; …

saṃvohārati →

pts

to trade (with); ppr. -vohāramāna [cp. BSk. saṃvyavahāramāna Divy.259; AN.ii.188.

Denom. fr. saṃvohāra

saṃyojana →

pts

bond, fetter SN.iv.163 etc.; especially the fetters that bind man to the wheel of transmigration Vin.i.183; SN.i.23; SN.v.241, SN.v.251; AN.i.264 AN.iii.443; AN.iv.7 sq. (diṭṭhi˚); MN.i.483; Dhp.370; …

saṅgaṇikā →

pts

…MN.iii.110 Vb-a.474.

  • -ārāmatā delight in company DN.ii.78; MN.iii.110; AN.iii.116, AN.iii.293 sq., AN.iii.310,…

saṅgha →

pts

…AN.i.30; Ja.i.97.

  • -ārāma a residence for members of the Order Ja.i.94; Vb-a.13.
  • -kamma an act…

sārameya →

pts

dog (lit. “son of Saramā”) Mhbv.111.

Vedic sārameya

sīla →

pts

  1. nature, character, habit behaviour; usually as-˚ in adj. function “being of such a nature,” like, having the character of…, e.g. adāna˚; of stingy character, illiberal Snp.244; Pv-a.68 (+ macc …

tapa →

pts

Tapa & Tapo

  1. torment, punishment, penance, esp. religious austerity, self-chastisement ascetic practice. This was condemned by the Buddha: Gotamo sabbaṃ tapaṃ garahati tapassiṃ lūkhajīviṃ upavadati …

tapo →

pts

Tapa & Tapo

  1. torment, punishment, penance, esp. religious austerity, self-chastisement ascetic practice. This was condemned by the Buddha: Gotamo sabbaṃ tapaṃ garahati tapassiṃ lūkhajīviṃ upavadati …

tarati →

pts

Tarati1

(lit.) to go or get through, to cross (a river), pass over, traverse (fig.) to get beyond, i.e. to surmount, overcome, esp oghaṃ (the great flood of life, desire, ignorance, etc.) …

uggahita →

pts

taken up, taken, acquired Vin.i.212; Ja.iii.168 (˚sippa, adj.), Ja.iii.325; Ja.iv.220; Ja.vi.76; Vism.241. The metric form is uggahīta at Snp.795, Snp.833, Snp.1098 Mnd.175 = Cnd.152 (= gahita parām …

ummatta →

pts

adjective out of one’s mind, mad SN.v.447 (+ viceta); Ja.v.386; Mil.122; Sdhp.88; Pv-a.40 (˚puggala read with variant reading SS for dummati puggala). Cp. next & ummāda.

  • *-[r …

upapāramī →

pts

minor perfection Bv.i.77 (opp. paramattha-pāramī); Dhp-a.i.84.

upa + pāramī, cp. upa 5

uparamati →

pts

to cease, desist, to be quiet Ja.iii.489; Ja.v.391 (variant reading for upāramati, also in C.); Mil.152.

upa + ram

uparamā →

pts

cessation Mil.41, Mil.44 (an˚).

cp. lit. Sk. uparama, to uparamati

uparata →

pts

having ceased, desisting from (-˚), restraining oneself (cp. orata) Vin.i.245 (ratt-ûparata abstaining from food at night = ratti-bhojanato uparata DN-a.i.77); DN.i.5 (id.); MN.i.319 (bhaya˚); Snp …

upāramati →

pts

to cease, to desist Ja.v.391, Ja.v.498.

upa + ā + ram

uttamatā →

pts

highest amount, climax, limit DN-a.i.169 (for paramatā).

abstr. fr. uttama

vacī →

pts

˚- speech, words; rare by itself (and in this case re-established from compounds and poetical, as at Snp.472 (yassa vacī kharā; explained at Snp-a.409 by “vācā”), Snp.973 (cudito vacīhi = vācāhi Sn …

vagga →

pts

…fond of dissociation or causing separation MN.i.286; Iti.11 (+ adhamma-ṭṭha; translation Seidenstücker…

vatthu →

pts

…field, plot Vin.iii.50 (ārāma˚ & vihāra˚), Vin.iii.90 (id.); Snp.209, Snp.473 (sakhetta˚, cp. vatthu1 4), Snp.769 (khetta +),…

vaṇṇa →

pts

appearance etc (lit. “cover, coating”). There is a considerable fluctuation of meaning, especially between meanings 2, 3, 4. One may group as follows.

  1. colour Snp.447 (meda˚); SN.v.216 (chavi˚ of t …

vibhāvaniya →

pts

adjective pertaining to ascertainment, making clear, explaining Pv-a.244 (paramattha˚).

fr. vibhāvana

viggaṇhati →

pts

  1. to take hold of, to quarrel, to be in disharmony with; only in ger. viggayha disputing quarrelling, fighting Vin.ii.106 (read gg for g Bdhgh on p. 315: rubbing against each other); Ud.69; Snp.844, …

viparāmosa →

pts

(Viparāmāsa) highway robbery DN.i.5 (explained as twofold at DN-a.i.80, viz. hima˚ & gumba˚ or hidden by the snow & a thicket; the pop. etym given here is “janaṃ musanti,” i.e. they steal, or begui …

visuddhi →

pts

brightness, splendour, excellency; (ethically) purity, holiness, sanctification virtue, rectitude Vin.i.105 (visuddho paramāya visuddhiyā); DN.i.53; DN.iii.214 (diṭṭhi˚, sīla˚), DN.iii.288; MN.i.147; …

vivāda →

pts

dispute, quarrel, contention DN.i.236; DN.iii.246; AN.iv.401; Snp.596, Snp.863, Snp.877, Snp.912; Mnd.103, Mnd.167 Mnd.173, Mnd.260, Mnd.307; Pp.19, Pp.22; Ud.67; Ja.i.165; Mil.413; Vv-a.131. There a …

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 …

yakkhinī →

pts

female yakkha, a vampire. Their character is usually fierce & full of spite & vengeance, addicted to man- & beast-murder (cp. yakkha 2). They are very much like Petīs in habits. With their names cp. …

yamati →

pts

to restrain, suppress, to become tranquil; only in stanza Dhp.6 = Thag.275 = Ja.iii.488 as 1st pl. med yamāmase in imper. sense: “pare ca na vijānanti mayaṃ ettha yamāmase,” which is expl …

yojanika →

pts

adjective a yojana in extent Ja.i.92 (vihāra); Dpvs.17, 108 (ārāma); Dhp-a.i.274 (maṇipallanka).

fr. yojana

yāvatā →

pts

indeclinable lokasmiṃ yad idam arahanto “as far as the abodes of beings, as far as heaven, these are the highest these are the best, I mean the Arahants.” SN.iii.84 yāvatā dhammā sankhatā vā asankhatā …

ñāṇa →

pts

knowledge, intelligence insight, conviction, recognition, opp. añāṇa avijjā, lack of k. or ignorance.

  1. Ñāṇa in the theory of cognition:
    it occurs in intensive couple-compounds with terms of …

ādhāna →

pts

  1. putting up, putting down, placing, laying AN.iv.41 (aggissa ādhānaṃ, variant reading of 6 MSS ādānaṃ).
  2. receptacle MN.i.414 (udak˚), cp. ādheyya.
  3. enclosure, hedge Mil.220 (kaṇṭak˚ thorny brake …

āhuti →

pts

oblation, sacrifice; veneration, adoration MN.iii.167; SN.i.141; Thag.566 (-īnaṃ paṭiggaho recipient of sacrificial gifts); Ja.i.15; Ja.v.70 (id.) Vv.64#33 (paramâhutiṃ gato deserving the highest a …

āmaṭṭha →

pts

touched, handled Ja.i.98 (an˚); DN-a.i.107 (= parāmaṭṭha); Sdhp.333.

Sk. āmṛṣṭa, pp. of āmasati; cp. āmasita

ārāmakinī →

pts

see ārāmika.

ārāmatā →

pts

pleasure, satisfaction AN.ii.28; AN.iii.116; Vb.381; Mil.233.

abstr. fr. ārāma 1

ārāmika →

pts

…(id.), AN.iii.275 (˚pesaka); Ja.i.38 (˚kicca Vism.74 (˚samaṇuddesa)
■ f. ārāmakiṇī a female attendant or visitor of an Ārāma…