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atta, 3339 találat.

atta →

bodhirasa

self, oneself

SNP 40 guhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 2

ubhosu antesu vineyya chandaṃ, phassaṃ pariññāya anānugiddho, yad'atta-garahī tad'akubbamāno, na lippatī diṭṭhasutesu dhīro.

DN 9.6 poṭṭhapādasuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, poṭṭhapāda, ye te samaṇabrāhmaṇā evaṃvādino evaṃdiṭṭhino, ekantasukhī attā hoti arogo paraṃ maraṇā'ti.

atta →

bodhirasa

taken, taken up, accepted, seized, grasped

SNP 41 duṭṭhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 3

upayo hi dhammesu upeti vādaṃ, anūpayaṃ kena kathaṃ vadeyya, attaṃ nirattaṃ na hi tassa atthi, adhosi so diṭṭhim'idh'eva sabbanti.

SNP 42 suddhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 4

na brāhmaṇo aññato suddhim'āha, diṭṭhe sute sīlavate mute vā, puññe ca pāpe ca anūpalitto, attañ-jaho na'y'idha pakubbamāno.

attā →

bodhirasa

self, oneself

SN 22.59 anattalakkhaṇasuttaṃ

saṅkhārā ca h'idaṃ, bhikkhave, attā abhavissaṃsu, na'y'idaṃ saṅkhārā ābādhāya saṃvatteyyuṃ, labbhetha ca saṅkhāresu, evaṃ me saṅkhārā hontu, evaṃ me saṅkhārā mā ahesun'ti.

DHP 380 bhikkhuvaggo

attā hi attano nātho, attā hi attano gati, tasmā saññamay'attānaṃ, assaṃ bhadraṃ'va vāṇijo.

atta →

ncped

…persons and genders); instr. attanā, by oneself; in oneself, as for oneself, often used in the sense of a nom.

atta2

mfn. full,…

aṭṭa →

ncped

aṭṭa1

masculine a watchtower.

aṭṭa2

mfn. a lawsuit, a legal case.

aṭṭa3

mfn. distressed, tormented, afflicted; molested, plagued, hurt.

ātta →

ncped

taken; assumed; grasped.

attā →

nyana

…see: paramattha-desanā, anattā, puggala, satta, jīva.

atta →

pts

…reduced to d. Idg *d-to; cp. Sk. ātta

Atta2

see attan.

Atta3

see…

aṭṭa →

pts

Aṭṭa1

a platform to be used as a watchtower Vin.i.140; DN-a.i.209.

cp. see aṭṭaka

Aṭṭa2

lawsuit, case, cause Vin.iv.224; Ja.ii.2, Ja.ii.75; Ja.iv.129 (˚ṃ …

abbhamatta →

bodhirasa

size of a cloud, i.e. enormous, dreadful, ominous

TH 244 khadiravaniyarevata theragāthā

anaṅgaṇassa posassa, niccaṃ sucigavesino, vāl'aggamattaṃ pāpassa, abbhamattaṃ'va khāyati.

abhiharati →

bodhirasa

curses, abuses, attacks, overwhelms

AN 3.68 kathāvatthusuttaṃ

upārambhaṃ na sikkheyya, khalitañ'ca na gāhaye, na-abhihare n'ābhimadde, na vācaṃ payutaṃ bhaṇe.

AN 3.68 kathāvatthusuttaṃ

sac'āyaṃ, bhikkhave, puggalo pañhaṃ puṭṭho samāno abhiharati abhimaddati anupajagghati khalitaṃ gaṇhāti, evaṃ sant'āyaṃ, bhikkhave, puggalo akaccho hoti.

abhinibbutatta →

bodhirasa

self-extinguished, self-quenched, completely cooled mind

SNP 41 duṭṭhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 3

santo ca bhikkhu abhinibbut'atto, iti'han'ti sīlesu akatthamāno, tam'ariyadhammaṃ kusalā vadanti, yass'ussadā n'atthi kuhiñci loke.

UD 26 pilindavacchasuttaṃ

yam'hī na māyā vasatī na māno, yo vītalobho amamo nirāso, panuṇṇakodho abhinibbut'atto, so brāhmaṇo so samaṇo sa bhikkhū'ti.

abhinipphajjati →

bodhirasa

is accomplished, is successfully attained

MN 13 mahā dukkhakkhandhasuttaṃ

tassa ce, bhikkhave, kulaputtassa evaṃ uṭṭhahato ghaṭato vāyamato te bhogā na-abhinipphajjanti. so socati kilamati paridevati urattāḷiṃ kandati, sammohaṃ āpajjati, moghaṃ vata me uṭṭhānaṃ, aphalo vata me vāyāmo'ti

abhinipphanna →

bodhirasa

accomplished, attained

SN 47.10 bhikkhunupassayasuttaṃ

yassa khv'āhaṃ atthāya cittaṃ paṇidahiṃ so me attho abhinipphanno

abhinivattati →

bodhirasa

completely removes

MN 20 vitakkasaṇṭhānasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, dakkho palagaṇḍo vā palagaṇḍ'antevāsī vā sukhumāya āṇiyā oḷārikaṃ āṇiṃ abhinihaneyya abhinīhareyya abhinivatteyya.

abhinivissa →

bodhirasa

attaching, clinging, adhering, sticking

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

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

MN 139 araṇavibhaṅgasuttaṃ

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

abhiratta →

bodhirasa

completely infatuated (with), obsessed (with), smitten (with), enamoured (with), fixated (with)

SNP 50 cūḷabyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 12

aññaṃ ito y'ābhivadanti dhammaṃ, aparaddhā suddhim'akevalī te, evam'pi titthyā puthuso vadanti, sandiṭṭhirāgena hi te-abhirattā.

abhisajjati →

bodhirasa

is overly attached (to), is overly fond (of)

SNP 52 tuvaṭakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 14

kayavikkaye na tiṭṭheyya, upavādaṃ bhikkhu na kareyya kuhiñci, gāme ca na-abhisajjeyya, lābhakamyā janaṃ na lapayeyya.

abhitatta →

bodhirasa

scorched, burnt, afflicted

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

puratthimāya ce'pi disāya puriso āgaccheyya ghamm'ābhitatto ghammapareto kilanto tasito pipāsito.

abyatta →

bodhirasa

inexperienced, incompetent, untrained, lit. undistinguished

AN 9.35 gāvīupamāsuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, gāvī pabbateyyā bālā abyattā akhettaññū akusalā visame pabbate carituṃ.

SN 47.8 sūdasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, bālo abyatto akusalo sūdo rājānaṃ vā rājamahāmattaṃ vā nānaccayehi sūpehi paccupaṭṭhito assa.

adhigacchati →

bodhirasa

gets, finds, obtains, attains

DHP 12 yamakavaggo

sārañ'ca sārato ñatvā, asārañ'ca asārato, te sāraṃ adhigacchanti, sammāsaṅkappagocarā.

AN 4.62 ānaṇyasuttaṃ

so, bhogā me atthi uṭṭhānavīriy'ādhigatā bāhābalaparicitā sed'āvakkhittā dhammikā dhammaladdhā'ti adhigacchati sukhaṃ, adhigacchati somanassaṃ.

adhigama →

bodhirasa

arrival (at), attainment (of), reaching (of)

DN 22.1 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

ekāyano ayaṃ bhikkhave maggo sattānaṃ visuddhiyā sokaparidevānaṃ samatikkamāya dukkhadomanassānaṃ atthaṅ'gamāya ñāyassa adhigamāya nibbānassa sacchikiriyāya yad'idaṃ cattāro satipaṭṭhānā

adhigamanīya →

bodhirasa

attainable, possible, lit. could be obtained

AN 4.62 ānaṇyasuttaṃ

cattār'imāni, gahapati, sukhāni adhigamanīyāni gihinā kāmabhoginā kālena kālaṃ samayena samayaṃ upādāya. katamāni cattāri? atthisukhaṃ, bhogasukhaṃ, ānaṇyasukhaṃ, anavajjasukhaṃ.

adhigata →

bodhirasa

got, attained, acquired

AN 10.48 dasadhammasuttaṃ

atthi nu kho me uttari manussadhammo alam'ariyañāṇadassanaviseso adhigato, yen'āhaṃ pacchime kāle sabrahmacārīhi puṭṭho na maṅku bhavissāmī'ti pabbajitena abhiṇhaṃ paccavekkhitabbaṃ

AN 3.102 paṃsudhovakasuttaṃ

tasmiṃ pahīne tasmiṃ byantīkate ath'āparaṃ dhammavitakk'āvasissati. so hoti samādhi na c'eva santo na ca paṇīto nappaṭippassaddhaladdho na ekodibhāva-adhigato sasaṅkhāraniggayhavāritagato hoti.

adhimatta →

bodhirasa

extreme, excessive, utmost, intense

AN 10.51 sacittasuttaṃ

tena, bhikkhave, bhikkhunā tesaṃ'y'eva pāpakānaṃ akusalānaṃ dhammānaṃ pahānāya adhimatto chando ca vāyāmo ca ussāho ca ussoḷhī ca appaṭivānī ca sati ca sampajaññañ'ca karaṇīyaṃ.

ahoratta →

bodhirasa

day and night

TH 133 heraññakāni theragāthā

accayanti ahorattā, jīvitaṃ uparujjhati, āyu khīyati maccānaṃ, kunnadīnaṃ'va odakaṃ.

MN 61 ambalaṭṭhika rāhulovādasuttaṃ

kusalaṃ idaṃ kāyakammaṃ sukhudrayaṃ sukhavipākan'ti, ten'eva tvaṃ, rāhula, pītipāmojjena vihareyyāsi ahoratta-anusikkhī kusalesu dhammesu.

ahorattānusikkhī →

bodhirasa

who trains likewise day and night, who follows one’s example continuously

MN 61 ambalaṭṭhika rāhulovādasuttaṃ

kusalaṃ idaṃ vacīkammaṃ sukhudrayaṃ sukhavipākan'ti, teneva tvaṃ, rāhula, pītipāmojjena vihareyyāsi ahorattānusikkhī kusalesu dhammesu.

ajjhappatta →

bodhirasa

fell on, attacked, pounced on, swooped upon

SN 47.6 sakuṇagghisuttaṃ

bhūtapubbaṃ, bhikkhave, sakuṇagghi lāpaṃ sakuṇaṃ sahasā ajjhappattā aggahesi.

ajjhatta →

bodhirasa

inner, internal, personal, in oneself

DN 22.10 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, bhikkhu santaṃ vā ajjhattaṃ kāmacchandaṃ, atthi me ajjhattaṃ kāmacchando'ti pajānāti, asantaṃ vā ajjhattaṃ kāmacchandaṃ, n'atthi me ajjhattaṃ kāmacchando'ti pajānāti

SNP 47 māgaṇḍiyasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 9

idaṃ vadāmī'ti na tassa hoti, dhammesu niccheyya samuggahītaṃ, passañ'ca diṭṭhīsu anuggahāya, ajjhatta-santiṃ pacinaṃ adassaṃ.

ajjhattabahiddhā →

bodhirasa

internally and externally

DN 22.2 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

iti ajjhattaṃ vā kāye kāy'ānupassī viharati, bahiddhā vā kāye kāy'ānupassī viharati, ajjhattabahiddhā vā kāye kāy'ānupassī viharati.

ajjhattarata →

bodhirasa

with inner joy, happy within, finding delight inside

TH 259 sāriputtattheragāthā

yathācārī yathāsato satīmā, yatasaṅkappajjhāyi appamatto, ajjhattarato samāhit'atto, eko santusito tam'āhu bhikkhuṃ.

DHP 362 bhikkhuvaggo

hatthasaṃyato pādasaṃyato, vācāsaṃyato saṃyat'uttamo, ajjhattarato samāhito, eko santusito tam'āhu bhikkhuṃ.

ajjhattañca →

bodhirasa

internally and

AN 4.65 rūpasuttaṃ

ajjhattañ'ca na jānāti, bahiddhā ca na passati, samant'āvaraṇo bālo, sa ve ghosena vuyhati.

SNP 68 udaya māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 13

ajjhattañ'ca bahiddhā ca, vedanaṃ n'ābhinandato, evaṃ satassa carato, viññāṇaṃ uparujjhatī'ti.

ajjhattaṃ →

bodhirasa

internally, inwardly, personally

SNP 68 udaya māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 13

ajjhattañ'ca bahiddhā ca, vedanaṃ n'ābhinandato, evaṃ satassa carato, viññāṇaṃ uparujjhatī'ti.

MN 139 araṇavibhaṅgasuttaṃ

sukhavinicchayaṃ jaññā, sukhavinicchayaṃ ñatvā ajjhattaṃ sukham'anuyuñjeyyā'ti, iti yaṃ taṃ vuttaṃ idam'etaṃ paṭicca vuttaṃ.

ajjhosa →

bodhirasa

clinging, attaching, fixating, holding tightly

SN 35.95 mālukyaputtasuttaṃ

rūpaṃ disvā sati muṭṭhā, piyaṃ nimittaṃ manasi karoto, sārattacitto vedeti, tañ'ca ajjhosa tiṭṭhati.

ajjhosati →

bodhirasa

fixates, clings (to), attaches (to)

MN 49 brahmanimantanikasuttaṃ

sace kho tvaṃ bhikkhu pathaviṃ ajjhosissasi opasāyiko me bhavissasi vatthusāyiko yathākāmakaraṇīyo bāhiteyyo

ajjhosita →

bodhirasa

fixed on, clung to, attached to

SN 12.61 assutavāsuttaṃ

dīgharattañ'h'etaṃ bhikkhave assutavato puthujjanassa ajjhositaṃ mamāyitaṃ parāmaṭṭhaṃ

ajjhosāna →

bodhirasa

fixation, clinging, attachment

AN 2.38 samacittavaggo

kāma-rāga-abhinivesa-vinibandha-paligedha-pariyuṭṭhān-ajjhosāna-hetu

akatattā →

bodhirasa

because of not doing, because of not making, lit. from state of not doing

DHPa 1.6.5 paṇḍitasāmaṇera vatthu

evaṃ sante'pi, ahaṃ pubbe puññaṃ akatattā kiñci na labhāmī'ti na jānāsī'ti

alamariyañāṇadassanavisesa →

bodhirasa

distinction in knowledge and vision suitable for a noble person, attainment of understanding and outlook proper for a noble one

AN 10.48 dasadhammasuttaṃ

atthi nu kho me uttari manussadhammo alam'ariyañāṇadassanaviseso adhigato, yen'āhaṃ pacchime kāle sabrahmacārīhi puṭṭho na maṅku bhavissāmī'ti pabbajitena abhiṇhaṃ paccavekkhitabbaṃ

alaṅkatapaṭiyatta →

bodhirasa

decorated and adorned, carefully prepared, tastefully decorated

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

uposathaṅgāni adhiṭṭhāya alaṅkatapaṭiyattaṃ sirigabbhaṃ pavisitvā sirisayane nipannā niddaṃ okkamamānā imaṃ supinaṃ addasa.

amama →

bodhirasa

free from ‘mine’, not selfish, without attachment

SNP 40 guhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 2

mamāyite passatha phandamāne, macche'va app'odake khīṇasote, etam'pi disvā amamo careyya, bhavesu āsattimakubbamāno.

UD 26 pilindavacchasuttaṃ

yam'hī na māyā vasatī na māno, yo vītalobho amamo nirāso, panuṇṇakodho abhinibbutatto, so brāhmaṇo so samaṇo sa bhikkhū'ti.

amattaññū →

bodhirasa

immoderate, lit. not knowing the measure

DHP 7 yamakavaggo

subh'ānupassiṃ viharantaṃ, indriyesu asaṃvutaṃ, bhojanamhi ca-amattaññuṃ, kusītaṃ hīnavīriyaṃ, taṃ ve pasahati māro, vāto rukkhaṃ'va dubbalaṃ.

anabhisambhavanta →

bodhirasa

not reaching, not attaining

AN 3.89 tatiyasikkhāsuttaṃ

taṃ vā pana anabhisambhavaṃ appaṭivijjhaṃ pañcannaṃ orambhāgiyānaṃ saṃyojanānaṃ parikkhayā antarāparinibbāyī hoti.

anatikkantatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) not being past, having not overcome

VISM 1.9.2 karuṇā bhāvanā kathā

yo'pi c'ettha katakusalo hoti, tam'pi ñāti-roga-bhoga-byasan'ādīnaṃ aññatarena byasanena samannāgataṃ disvā vā sutvā vā tesaṃ abhāve'pi vaṭṭadukkhaṃ anatikkantattā, dukkhito'va ayan'ti.

anatta →

bodhirasa

impersonal, not oneself, non-subjective

MN 35 cūḷa saccakasuttaṃ

rūpaṃ bhikkhave anattā vedanā anattā saññā anattā saṅkhārā anattā viññāṇaṃ anattā

AN 4.49 vipallāsasuttaṃ

anattani, bhikkhave, attā'ti saññāvipallāso cittavipallāso diṭṭhivipallāso. asubhe, bhikkhave, subhan'ti saññāvipallāso cittavipallāso diṭṭhivipallāso.

anattagarahī →

bodhirasa

not criticising oneself, not blaming oneself

SNP 51 mahābyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 13

pubb'āsave hitvā nave akubbaṃ, na chandagū no'pi nivissavādī, sa vippamutto diṭṭhigatehi dhīro, na limpati loke anattagarahī.

anattamana →

bodhirasa

irritated, annoyed, displeased

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

so kupito anattamano sikkhaṃ paccakkhāya hīnāy'āvattati. ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, bhikkhu ūmibhayassa bhīto sikkhaṃ paccakkhāya hīnāy'āvatto.

VIN 1.2.8 duṭṭhadosa sikkhāpadaṃ

duṭṭho doso'ti kupito anattamano anabhiraddho āhatacitto khilajāto

anattasaññā →

bodhirasa

perception of not self, recognition of impersonality

AN 6.104 atammayasuttaṃ

cha, bhikkhave, ānisaṃse sampassamānena alam'eva bhikkhunā sabbadhammesu anodhiṃ karitvā anattasaññaṃ upaṭṭhāpetuṃ. katame cha?

anattānaṃ →

bodhirasa

what is not self, something other than self (object)

MN 2.2 sabbāsavasuttaṃ

attanā'va attānaṃ sañjānāmī'ti vā assa saccato thetato diṭṭhi uppajjati, attanā'va anattānaṃ sañjānāmī'ti vā assa saccato thetato diṭṭhi uppajjati, anattanā'va attānaṃ sañjānāmī'ti vā assa saccato thetato diṭṭhi uppajjati

anibbānasaṃvattanika →

bodhirasa

not leading to putting out the fire, not conducive to nibbāna

ITI 87 andhakaraṇasuttaṃ

byāpādavitakko, bhikkhave, andhakaraṇo acakkhukaraṇo aññāṇakaraṇo paññānirodhiko vighātapakkhiko anibbānasaṃvattaniko.

anivattanta →

bodhirasa

not turning aside, not turning back

SNP 4 kasibhāradvājasuttaṃ uragavaggo 4

vīriyaṃ me dhuradhorayhaṃ, yogakkhemādhivāhanaṃ, gacchati anivattantaṃ, yattha gantvā na socati.

anivesana →

bodhirasa

without attachment, not clinging, without resting, lit. not settling down

DHP 40 cittavaggo

kumbh'ūpamaṃ kāyam'imaṃ viditvā, nagar'ūpamaṃ cittam'idaṃ ṭhapetvā. yodhetha māraṃ paññāvudhena, jitañ'ca rakkhe anivesano siyā.

anoka →

bodhirasa

homeless, without worldly attachment

DHP 87 paṇḍitavaggo

kaṇhaṃ dhammaṃ vippahāya, sukkaṃ bhāvetha paṇḍito, okā anokam'āgamma, viveke yattha dūramaṃ.

anuparivattati →

bodhirasa

circles around, revolves around, rotates around

MN 102 pañcattayasuttaṃ

tam'eva thambhaṃ vā khilaṃ vā anuparidhāvati anuparivattati

anuppatta →

bodhirasa

reached, arrived, attained

VIN 4.1.13 bimbisāra samāgama kathā

assosi kho rājā māgadho seniyo bimbisāro samaṇo khalu bho gotamo sakyaputto sakyakulā pabbajito rājagahaṃ anuppatto rājagahe viharati laṭṭhivane suppatiṭṭhe cetiye

VIN 4.6.177 licchavī vatthu

assosuṃ kho vesālikā licchavī, bhagavā kira koṭigāmaṃ anuppatto'ti. atha kho vesālikā licchavī bhadrāni bhadrāni yānāni yojāpetvā bhadraṃ bhadraṃ yānaṃ abhiruhitvā bhadrehi bhadrehi yānehi vesāliyā niyyāsuṃ bhagavantaṃ dassanāya.

anuppatta →

bodhirasa

attained

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

anuppatto no sāmaññattho n'atthi no kiñci uttariṃ karaṇīyan'ti

anupādiyanta →

bodhirasa

not attaching (to), not taking as “mine”, not grasping (onto), not clinging (to)

SN 35.234 udāyīsuttaṃ

so evaṃ asamanupassanto na kiñci loke upādiyati, anupādiyaṃ na paritassati, aparitassaṃ paccattaññ'eva parinibbāyati.

anupādiyāna →

bodhirasa

not attaching (to), not taking as “mine”, not grasping (onto), not clinging (to)

DHP 20 yamakavaggo

appam'pi ce sahitaṃ bhāsamāno, dhammassa hoti anudhammacārī, rāgañ'ca dosañ'ca pahāya mohaṃ, sammappajāno suvimuttacitto, anupādiyāno idha vā huraṃ vā, sa bhāgavā sāmaññassa hoti.

SNP 52 tuvaṭakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 14

pucchāmi taṃ ādiccabandhu, vivekaṃ santipadañ'ca mahesi, kathaṃ disvā nibbāti bhikkhu, anupādiyāno lokasmiṃ kiñci.

anuvattati →

bodhirasa

follows, submits (to), lit. proceeds after

SN 35.247 chappāṇakasuttaṃ

yadā kho te, bhikkhave, chappāṇakā jhattā assu kilantā, atha kho yo nesaṃ pāṇakānaṃ balavataro assa tassa te anuvatteyyuṃ, anuvidhāyeyyuṃ vasaṃ gaccheyyuṃ.

anvāssavati →

bodhirasa

attack, overwhelm lit. stream in, flood

SN 35.240 kummopamasuttaṃ

yatv'ādhikaraṇam'enaṃ cakkhundriyaṃ asaṃvutaṃ viharantaṃ abhijjhādomanassā pāpakā akusalā dhammā anvāssaveyyuṃ

AN 4.37 aparihāniyasuttaṃ

yatv'ādhikaraṇam'enaṃ cakkhu'ndriyaṃ asaṃvutaṃ viharantaṃ abhijjhādomanassā pāpakā akusalā dhammā anvāssaveyyuṃ

anādāna →

bodhirasa

free from attachment, not grasping, not taking anything as one’s own lit. not taking

DHP 352 taṇhāvaggo

vītataṇho anādāno, niruttipadakovido, akkharānaṃ sannipātaṃ, jaññā pubb'āparāni ca, sa ve antimasārīro mahāpañño, mahāpuriso'ti vuccati.

SNP 65 kappa māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 10

akiñcanaṃ anādānaṃ, etaṃ dīpaṃ anāparaṃ, nibbānaṃ iti naṃ brūmi, jarāmaccuparikkhayaṃ.

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

anūpaya →

bodhirasa

unattached, lit. not going near

SNP 41 duṭṭhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 3

upayo hi dhammesu upeti vādaṃ, anūpayaṃ kena kathaṃ vadeyya, attā nirattā na hi tassa atthi, adhosi so diṭṭhim'idh'eva sabbanti.

SNP 51 mahābyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 13

yā kācimā sammutiyo puthujjā, sabbāva etā na upeti vidvā, anūpayo so upayaṃ kim'eyya, diṭṭhe sute khantim'akubbamāno.

apariccatta →

bodhirasa

not given up, not abandoned, not let go of

MN 61 ambalaṭṭhika rāhulovādasuttaṃ

apariccattaṃ kho rañño nāgassa jīvitan'ti.

aparisuddhatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) impurity, dirtiness

MN 7 vatthasuttaṃ

taṃ kissa hetu? aparisuddhattā, bhikkhave, vatthassa

appamatta →

bodhirasa

diligent, vigilant, careful, lit. not intoxicated

SN 6.14 aruṇavatīsuttaṃ

yo imasmiṃ dhammavinaye, appamatto vihassati, pahāya jātisaṃsāraṃ, dukkhass'antaṃ karissatī'ti.

DHP 21 appamādavaggo

appamādo amatapadaṃ, pamādo maccuno padaṃ, appamattā na mīyanti, ye pamattā yathā matā.

appamatta →

bodhirasa

small, insignificant, lit. small measure

DHP 56 pupphavaggo

appamatto ayaṃ gandho, yv'āyaṃ tagaracandanaṃ, yo ca sīlavataṃ gandho, vāti devesu uttamo.

AN 4.3 paṭhamakhatasuttaṃ

appamatto ayaṃ kali, yo akkhesu dhanaparājayo, sabbassāpi sahāpi attanā, ayam'eva mahantataro kali.

appamattaka →

bodhirasa

small, insignificant, minute, tiny, lit. small measure

AN 3.101 loṇakapallasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, ekaccassa puggalassa appamattakam'pi pāpakammaṃ kataṃ tam'enaṃ nirayaṃ upaneti.

SN 20.2 nakhasikhasuttaṃ

etad'eva, bhante, bahutaraṃ yad'idaṃ mahāpathavī. appamattako'yaṃ bhagavatā paritto nakhasikhāyaṃ paṃsu āropito.

appatta →

bodhirasa

not attained, not reached, not gained, not found

ITI 16 paṭhamasekhasuttaṃ

sekhassa, bhikkhave, bhikkhuno appatta-mānasassa anuttaraṃ yogakkhemaṃ patthayamānassa viharato ajjhattikaṃ aṅgan'ti karitvā n'āññaṃ ekaṅgam'pi samanupassāmi yaṃ evaṃ bah'ūpakāraṃ yatha'y'idaṃ, bhikkhave, yoniso manasikāro.

appayogatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) unusability

bālāvatāra sandhi kaṇḍa

bindu cūḷāmaṇ'ākāro, niggahītan'ti vuccate, kevalassa-appayogattā, akāro sannidhīyate.

apāpuṇitvā →

bodhirasa

having not reached, having not attained, having not experienced

AN 2.5 upaññātasuttaṃ

appaṭivānī sud'āhaṃ, bhikkhave, padahāmi, kāmaṃ taco ca nahāru ca aṭṭhi ca avasissatu, sarīre upasussatu maṃsalohitaṃ, yaṃ taṃ purisathāmena purisavīriyena purisaparakkamena pattabbaṃ na taṃ apāpuṇitvā vīriyassa saṇṭhānaṃ bhavissatī'ti.

arahatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) being worthy, enlightenment

DHPa 1.6.4 mahākappinatthera vatthu

attano sāmike kāsāvadhare muṇḍakasīse disvā cittaṃ ekaggaṃ na bhaveyya, tena maggaphalāni pattuṃ na sakkuṇeyyuṃ. tasmā acalasaddhāya patiṭṭhitakāle tāsaṃ te bhikkhū arahatta-ppatte'y'eva dassesi

DHPa 2.11.9 mahādhana seṭṭhiputta vatthu

sace hi ayaṃ paṭhamavaye bhoge akhepetvā kammante payojayissa, imasmiṃ'y'eva nagare aggaseṭṭhi abhavissa. sace pana nikkhamitvā pabbajissa, arahattaṃ pāpuṇissa, bhariyāpissa anāgāmiphale patiṭṭhahissa.

arahattaṃ pāpuṇiṃsu →

bodhirasa

attained the state of enlightenment

DHPa 1.1.1 cakkhupālatthera vatthu

upakaṭṭhāya pavāraṇāya sabb'eva saha paṭisambhidāhi arahattaṃ pāpuṇiṃsu

arugatta →

bodhirasa

physically wounded, lit. wounded limbs

SN 35.247 chappāṇakasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, puriso arugatto pakkagatto saravanaṃ paviseyya.

arūpasamāpatti →

bodhirasa

formless attainment, immaterial meditation

NIDD1 11 kalahavivāda suttaniddesa

vibhūtasaññino vuccanti ye catunnaṃ arūpasamāpattīnaṃ lābhino, na'pi so catunnaṃ arūpasamāpattīnaṃ lābhī'ti.

asajjamāna →

bodhirasa

not being stuck (on), being unattached (to), not clinging (to)

DHP 221 kodhavaggo

kodhaṃ jahe vippajaheyya mānaṃ, saṃyojanaṃ sabbam'atikkameyya, taṃ nāmarūpasmim'asajjamānaṃ, akiñcanaṃ n'ānupatanti dukkhā.

asapatta →

bodhirasa

peaceful, without hostility

KHP 9 karaṇīya mettasuttaṃ

mettañ'ca sabbalokasmi, mānasaṃ bhāvaye aparimāṇaṃ, uddhaṃ adho ca tiriyañ'ca, asambādhaṃ averam'asapattaṃ.

asatta →

bodhirasa

unattached, not stuck

SNP 59 mettagū māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 4

yaṃ brāhmaṇaṃ vedagum'ābhijaññā, akiñcanaṃ kāmabhave asattaṃ, addhā hi so ogham'imaṃ atāri, tiṇṇo ca pāraṃ akhilo akaṅkho.

SNP 64 todeyya māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 9

nirāsaso so na ca āsasāno, paññāṇavā so na ca paññakappī, evam'pi todeyya muniṃ vijāna, akiñcanaṃ kāmabhave asattan'ti.

asaññasatta →

bodhirasa

impercipient being, unconscious being

NIDD1 11 kalahavivāda suttaniddesa

asaññino vuccanti nirodhasamāpannā ye ca asaññasattā, na'pi so nirodhasamāpanno, na'pi asaññasatto.

asāratta →

bodhirasa

detached, disengaged, lit. not infatuated

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

virato methunā dhammā, hitvā kāme paropare, aviruddho asāratto, pāṇesu tasathāvare.

ativattati →

bodhirasa

exceed, overstep, surpass, go beyond, cross

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

puna caparaṃ, bhikkhave, mahāsamuddo ṭhitadhammo velaṃ na-ativattati

attabhara →

bodhirasa

self-supported, self-sustained

UD 27 sakkudānasuttaṃ

piṇḍapātikassa bhikkhuno, attabharassa anaññaposino, devā pihayanti tādino, upasantassa sadā satīmato'ti.

attabhāva →

bodhirasa

being, creature, animal

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

santi mahāsamudde yojanasatikāpi attabhāvā, dviyojanasatikāpi attabhāvā, tiyojanasatikāpi attabhāvā, catuyojanasatikāpi attabhāvā, pañcayojanasatikāpi attabhāvā

attabhāva →

bodhirasa

personal existence, individual being, lit. self existence

SN 22.96 gomayapiṇḍasuttaṃ

atha kho bhagavā parittaṃ gomayapiṇḍaṃ pāṇinā gahetvā taṃ bhikkhuṃ etad'avoca. ettako'pi kho, bhikkhu, attabhāva-paṭilābho n'atthi nicco dhuvo sassato avipariṇāmadhammo sassatisamaṃ tath'eva ṭhassati.

attabhāvapaṭilābha →

bodhirasa

incarnation, existence, lit. obtaining self existence

SN 21.10 theranāmakasuttaṃ

kathañ'ca, thera, ekavihāro vitthārena paripuṇṇo hoti. idha, thera, yaṃ atītaṃ taṃ pahīnaṃ, yaṃ anāgataṃ taṃ paṭinissaṭṭhaṃ, paccuppannesu ca attabhāvapaṭilābhesu chandarāgo suppaṭivinīto.

SN 22.96 gomayapiṇḍasuttaṃ

ettako ce'pi, bhikkhu, attabhāvapaṭilābho abhavissa nicco dhuvo sassato avipariṇāmadhammo, na'y'idaṃ brahmacariyavāso paññāyetha sammā dukkhakkhayāya.

attabyābādha →

bodhirasa

hurting oneself, harm to oneself, self-affliction

MN 61 ambalaṭṭhika rāhulovādasuttaṃ

yaṃ nu kho ahaṃ idaṃ kāyena kammaṃ kattu'kāmo idaṃ me kāyakammaṃ attabyābādhāya'pi saṃvatteyya, parabyābādhāyapi saṃvatteyya, ubhayabyābādhāyapi saṃvatteyya

AN 4.186 ummaggasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhu, paṇḍito mahāpañño nev'attabyābādhāya ceteti na parabyābādhāya ceteti na ubhayabyābādhāya ceteti attahita-parahita-ubhayahita-sabbalokahitam'eva cintayamāno cinteti.

attadanta →

bodhirasa

self controlled, self restrained

DHP 104-105 sahassavaggo

attadantassa posassa, niccaṃ saññatacārino, n'eva devo na gandhabbo, na māro saha brahmunā, jitaṃ apajitaṃ kayirā, tathārūpassa jantuno.

DHP 322 nāgavaggo

varam'assatarā dantā, ājānīyā ca sindhavā, kuñjarā ca mahānāgā, attadanto tato varaṃ.

attadattha →

bodhirasa

one’s own welfare, personal benefit, personal profit

DHP 166 attavaggo

atta'd'atthaṃ par'atthena, bahunā'pi na hāpaye, attad'attham'abhiññāya, sadatthapasuto siyā.

attadaṇḍa →

bodhirasa

arming oneself, violence, lit. taking up sticks

SNP 53 attadaṇḍasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 15

attadaṇḍā bhayaṃ jātaṃ, janaṃ passatha medhagaṃ, saṃvegaṃ kittayissāmi, yathā saṃvijitaṃ mayā.

attadīpa →

bodhirasa

self-reliant, independent, lit. own island

SN 47.14 ukkacelasuttaṃ

tasmā't'iha bhikkhave attadīpā viharatha

attagarahī →

bodhirasa

who criticises oneself, who blames oneself

SNP 40 guhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 2

ubhosu antesu vineyya chandaṃ, phassaṃ pariññāya anānugiddho, yad'attagarahī tad'akubbamāno, na lippatī diṭṭhasutesu dhīro.

attaghāta →

bodhirasa

self-destruction, self-anhiliation

DHP 164 attavaggo

yo sāsanaṃ arahataṃ, ariyānaṃ dhammajīvinaṃ, paṭikkosati dummedho, diṭṭhiṃ nissāya pāpikaṃ, phalāni kaṭṭhakass'eva, attaghātāya phallati.

attahetu →

bodhirasa

for one’s own sake

DHP 84 paṇḍitavaggo

na attahetu na parassa hetu, na puttam'icche na dhanaṃ na raṭṭhaṃ, na iccheyya adhammena samiddhim'attano, sa sīlavā paññavā dhammiko siyā.

AN 10.176 cundasuttaṃ

iti attahetu vā parahetu vā āmisakiñcikkhahetu vā na sampajānamusā bhāsitā hoti

attahita →

bodhirasa

one’s own welfare, one’s own benefit, one’s own good

AN 4.186 ummaggasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhu, paṇḍito mahāpañño nev'attabyābādhāya ceteti na parabyābādhāya ceteti na ubhayabyābādhāya ceteti attahita-parahita-ubhayahita-sabbalokahitam'eva cintayamāno cinteti

AN 4.97 khippanisantisuttaṃ

attahitāya paṭipanno no parahitāya, parahitāya paṭipanno no attahitāya, nev'attahitāya paṭipanno no parahitāya, attahitāya c'eva paṭipanno parahitāya ca.

attaja →

bodhirasa

self-created, self-originated, lit. born from oneself

DHP 161 attavaggo

attanā hi kataṃ pāpaṃ, attajaṃ attasambhavaṃ, abhimatthati dummedhaṃ, vajiraṃ'v'asmamayaṃ maṇiṃ.

attakilamatha →

bodhirasa

self-mortification, self-torture, lit. self tiring

MN 139 araṇavibhaṅgasuttaṃ

na kāmasukham'anuyuñjeyya hīnaṃ gammaṃ pothujjanikaṃ anariyaṃ anatthasaṃhitaṃ, na ca attakilamatha-anuyogam'anuyuñjeyya dukkhaṃ anariyaṃ anatthasaṃhitaṃ.

attakilamathānuyoga →

bodhirasa

practice of self-mortification

MN 139 araṇavibhaṅgasuttaṃ

na kāmasukham'anuyuñjeyya hīnaṃ gammaṃ pothujjanikaṃ anariyaṃ anatthasaṃhitaṃ, na ca attakilamath'ānuyogam'anuyuñjeyya dukkhaṃ anariyaṃ anatthasaṃhitaṃ.

attakāma →

bodhirasa

wanting self-liberation, desiring one’s own good, lit. wanting self

AN 3.89 tatiyasikkhāsuttaṃ

sādhikam'idaṃ, bhikkhave, diyaḍḍhasikkhāpadasataṃ anvaddhamāsaṃ uddesaṃ āgacchati yattha attakāmā kulaputtā sikkhanti.

MN 31 cūḷagosiṅgasuttaṃ

mā, samaṇa, etaṃ dāyaṃ pāvisi. santettha tayo kulaputtā attakāma-rūpā viharanti. mā tesaṃ aphāsumakāsī'ti

attamana →

bodhirasa

pleased, happy, delighted, satisfied

DHP 328 nāgavaggo

sace labhetha nipakaṃ sahāyaṃ, saddhiṃcaraṃ sādhuvihāridhīraṃ, abhibhuyya sabbāni parissayāni, careyya ten'attamano satīmā.

MN 56 upālisuttaṃ

purimen'ev'āhaṃ, bhante, opammena bhagavato attamano abhiraddho. api c'āhaṃ imāni bhagavato vicitrāni pañhapaṭibhānāni sotukāmo, ev'āhaṃ bhagavantaṃ paccanīkaṃ kātabbaṃ amaññissaṃ

attamanatā →

bodhirasa

(state of) pleasure, delight, lit. joyful mentality

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, bhante, cetaso bhikkhu dabbajātiko, yato yato imassa dhammapariyāyassa paññāya atthaṃ upaparikkheyya, labhetheva attamanataṃ, labhetheva cetaso pasādaṃ

attanaṃ →

bodhirasa

self, himself, herself, itself, yourself, oneself (object)

DHP 355 taṇhāvaggo

hananti bhogā dummedhaṃ, no ca pāragavesino, bhogataṇhāya dummedho, hanti aññe'va attanaṃ.

attani →

bodhirasa

in oneself, for oneself

SN 22.1 nakulapitusuttaṃ

rūpaṃ attato samanupassati, rūpavantaṃ vā attānaṃ, attani vā rūpaṃ, rūpasmiṃ vā attānaṃ, ahaṃ rūpaṃ, mama rūpan'ti pariyuṭṭhaṭṭhāyī hoti.

SNP 41 duṭṭhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 3

pakappitā saṅkhatā yassa dhammā, purakkhatā santi avīvadātā, yad'attani passati ānisaṃsaṃ, taṃ nissito kuppapaṭicca santiṃ.

attani →

bodhirasa

when self, when oneself

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

attani vā, bhikkhave, sati attaniyaṃ me'ti assā'ti? evaṃ, bhante. attaniye vā, bhikkhave, sati attā me'ti assā'ti? evaṃ, bhante.

attaniya →

bodhirasa

one’s own, belonging to oneself, fit to be a self

SN 35.68 suññatalokasuttaṃ

kittāvatā nu kho, bhante, suñño loko'ti vuccatī'ti? yasmā ca kho ānanda suññaṃ attena vā attaniyena vā tasmā suñño loko'ti vuccati.

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

attani vā, bhikkhave, sati attaniyaṃ me'ti assā'ti? evaṃ, bhante. attaniye vā, bhikkhave, sati attā me'ti assā'ti? evaṃ, bhante.

attano →

bodhirasa

for self, for oneself, to oneself

SN 37.34 vaḍḍhīsuttaṃ

saddhāya sīlena ca yā'dha vaḍḍhati, paññāya cāgena sutena c'ūbhayaṃ, sā tādisī sīlavatī upāsikā, ādīyati sāram'idh'eva attano'ti.

SNP 53 attadaṇḍasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 15

samantam'asāro loko, disā sabbā sameritā, icchaṃ bhavanam'attano, n'āddasāsiṃ anositaṃ.

attano →

bodhirasa

of self, of oneself, one’s own, my own

DHP 62 bālavaggo

puttā m'atthi dhanam'm'atthi, iti bālo vihaññati, attā hi attano n'atthi, kuto puttā kuto dhanaṃ.

DHP 252 malavaggo

sudassaṃ vajjam'aññesaṃ, attano pana duddasaṃ, paresaṃ hi so vajjāni, opunāti yathā bhusaṃ, attano pana chādeti, kaliṃ'va kitavā saṭho.

attanopada →

bodhirasa

reflexive voice, middle voice, lit. word referring to oneself

attanā →

bodhirasa

with oneself, by oneself

DHP 66 bālavaggo

caranti bālā dummedhā, amitten'eva attanā, karontā pāpakaṃ kammaṃ, yaṃ hoti kaṭukapphalaṃ.

DHP 160 attavaggo

attā hi attano nātho, ko hi nātho paro siyā, attanā hi sudantena, nāthaṃ labhati dullabhaṃ.

attanāva attano →

bodhirasa

by oneself for oneself, by oneself to oneself

SN 8.2 aratisuttaṃ

yaṃnūn'āhaṃ attanāva attano anabhiratiṃ vinodetvā abhiratiṃ uppādeyyan'ti

attanāva attānaṃ →

bodhirasa

by oneself about oneself

AN 5.179 gihisuttaṃ

so ākaṅkhamāno attanāva attānaṃ byākareyya, khīṇanirayomhi khīṇatiracchānayoni khīṇapettivisayo khīṇ'āpāyaduggativinipāto sotāpannoham'asmi avinipātadhammo niyato sambodhiparāyaṇo'ti

attanī →

bodhirasa

in oneself, for oneself

SNP 43 paramaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 5

yad'attanī passati ānisaṃsaṃ, diṭṭhe sute sīlavate mute vā, tad'eva so tattha samuggahāya, nihīnato passati sabbamaññaṃ.

attasambhava →

bodhirasa

self-generated, produced by oneself

DHP 161 attavaggo

attanā hi kataṃ pāpaṃ, attajaṃ attasambhavaṃ, abhimatthati dummedhaṃ, vajiraṃ'v'asmamayaṃ maṇiṃ.

attasaraṇa →

bodhirasa

helping oneself, one’s own refuge

SN 47.14 ukkacelasuttaṃ

attadīpā viharatha attasaraṇā anaññasaraṇā

attato →

bodhirasa

as oneself, as self

SN 12.61 assutavāsuttaṃ

varaṃ bhikkhave assutavā puthujjano imaṃ cātumahābhūtikaṃ kāyaṃ attato upagaccheyya na tv'eva cittaṃ

SN 22.1 nakulapitusuttaṃ

idha, gahapati, assutavā puthujjano ariyānaṃ adassāvī ariyadhammassa akovido ariyadhamme avinīto sappurisānaṃ adassāvī sappurisadhammassa akovido sappurisadhamme avinīto rūpaṃ attato samanupassati

attattha →

bodhirasa

one’s own welfare, personal benefit, personal profit

SN 46.55 saṅgāravasuttaṃ

att'attham'pi tasmiṃ samaye yathābhūtaṃ na jānāti na passati, par'attham'pi tasmiṃ samaye yathābhūtaṃ na jānāti na passati, ubhay'attham'pi tasmiṃ samaye yathābhūtaṃ na jānāti na passati

AN 5.51 āvaraṇasuttaṃ

att'atthaṃ vā ñassati par'atthaṃ vā ñassati ubhay'atthaṃ vā ñassati uttariṃ vā manussadhammā alamariyañāṇadassanavisesaṃ sacchikarissatī'ti n'etaṃ ṭhānaṃ vijjati.

attavāda →

bodhirasa

theory of self, doctrine of self

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

taṃ, bhikkhave, attavād'upādānaṃ upādiyetha, yaṃsa attavād'upādānaṃ upādiyato na uppajjeyyuṃ soka-parideva-dukkha-domanass'upāyāsā.

attavādupādāna →

bodhirasa

grasping a theory of self, clinging to a self-concept, attachment to a soul theory

SN 12.2 vibhaṅgasuttaṃ

katamañ'ca, bhikkhave, upādānaṃ? cattār'imāni, bhikkhave, upādānāni, kām'upādānaṃ, diṭṭh'upādānaṃ, sīlabbat'upādānaṃ, attavād'upādānaṃ. idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, upādānaṃ.

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

taṃ, bhikkhave, attavād'upādānaṃ upādiyetha, yaṃsa attavād'upādānaṃ upādiyato na uppajjeyyuṃ soka-parideva-dukkha-domanass'upāyāsā.

attaṃ nirattaṃ →

bodhirasa

accepting and rejecting, picking up and throwing down, acquiring or discarding

SNP 41 duṭṭhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 3

upayo hi dhammesu upeti vādaṃ, anūpayaṃ kena kathaṃ vadeyya, attaṃ nirattaṃ na hi tassa atthi, adhosi so diṭṭhim'idh'eva sabbanti.

SNP 48 purābhedasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 10

na tassa puttā pasavo, khettaṃ vatthuñ'ca vijjati, attaṃ vā'pi nirattaṃ vā, na tasmiṃ upalabbhati.

atthaṃ anubhoti →

bodhirasa

achieve one’s purpose, attain one’s goal, lit. experience the benefit

AN 5.23 upakkilesasuttaṃ

yassa kassaci piḷandhanavikatiyā ākaṅkhati, yadi muddikāya yadi kuṇḍalāya yadi gīveyyakāya yadi suvaṇṇamālāya, tañ'c'assa atthaṃ anubhoti.

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

yassa c'atthāya dhammaṃ pariyāpuṇanti tañ'c'assa atthaṃ anubhonti. tesaṃ te dhammā suggahitā dīgharattaṃ hitāya sukhāya saṃvattanti.

attā nirattā →

bodhirasa

self and no-self, personal or impersonal

SNP 41 duṭṭhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 3

upayo hi dhammesu upeti vādaṃ, anūpayaṃ kena kathaṃ vadeyya, attā nirattā na hi tassa atthi, adhosi so diṭṭhim'idh'eva sabbanti.

SNP 48 purābhedasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 10

na tassa puttā pasavo, khettaṃ vatthuñ'ca vijjati, attā vā'pi nirattā vā, na tasmiṃ upalabbhati.

attādhīna →

bodhirasa

belonging to oneself, depending on one’s own will

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

so aparena samayena tamhā dāsabyā mucceyya attādhīno aparādhīno

attānaṃ →

bodhirasa

self, himself, herself, itself, yourself, oneself (object)

DHP 315 nirayavaggo

nagaraṃ yathā paccantaṃ, guttaṃ santarabāhiraṃ, evaṃ gopetha attānaṃ, khaṇo vo mā upaccagā, khaṇ'ātītā hi socanti, nirayamhi samappitā.

SN 22.1 nakulapitusuttaṃ

rūpaṃ attato samanupassati, rūpavantaṃ vā attānaṃ, attani vā rūpaṃ, rūpasmiṃ vā attānaṃ, ahaṃ rūpaṃ, mama rūpan'ti pariyuṭṭhaṭṭhāyī hoti.

attānudiṭṭhi →

bodhirasa

view of self, concept of identity, speculation about self, personal identity

SNP 70 mogharāja māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 15

suññato lokaṃ avekkhassu, mogharāja sadā sato, att'ānudiṭṭhiṃ ūhacca, evaṃ maccutaro siyā, evaṃ lokaṃ avekkhantaṃ, maccurājā na passatī'ti.

attānuyogī →

bodhirasa

devoted to one’s own welfare, practising for one’s own development, engaging in meditation

DHP 209 piyavaggo

ayoge yuñjam'attānaṃ, yogasmiñ'ca ayojayaṃ, atthaṃ hitvā piyaggāhī, pihet'att'ānuyoginaṃ.

avibhatta →

bodhirasa

not analysed in detail

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

ko nu kho imassa bhagavatā saṃkhittena uddesassa uddiṭṭhassa vitthārena atthaṃ avibhattassa vitthārena atthaṃ vibhajeyyā'ti?

avītivatta →

bodhirasa

not overcome, not escaped, not passed through

SNP 43 paramaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 5

paraman'ti diṭṭhīsu paribbasāno, yad'uttari kurute jantu loke, hīnā'ti aññe tato sabbam'āha, tasmā vivādāni avītivatto.

aññathatta →

bodhirasa

change of mind, change of opinion, lit. state of being otherwise

AN 5.54 samayasuttaṃ

tattha appasannā c'eva nappasīdanti, pasannānañ'ca ekaccānaṃ aññathattaṃ hoti. ayaṃ, bhikkhave, pañcamo asamayo padhānāya.

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

tatra, sunakkhatta, yam'pi tathāgatassa evaṃ hoti, dhammaṃ nesaṃ desessan'ti tassa'pi hoti aññathattan'ti.

aṇumatta →

bodhirasa

tiniest, smallest, lit. atom sized

DHP 284 maggavaggo

yāva hi vanatho na chijjati, aṇumatto'pi narassa nārisu, paṭibaddhamano'va tāva so, vaccho khīrapako'va mātari.

AN 8.2 paññāsuttaṃ

sīlavā hoti, pātimokkhasaṃvarasaṃvuto viharati ācāragocarasampanno aṇumattesu vajjesu bhayadassāvī, samādāya sikkhati sikkhāpadesu.

aṭṭassara →

bodhirasa

cry of distress, cry of pain, moan, mournful sound

VISM 1.9.2 karuṇā bhāvanā kathā

sabbapaṭhamaṃ tāva kiñcid'eva karuṇāyitabbarūpaṃ … hatthapādehi paggharantakimigaṇaṃ aṭṭassaraṃ karontaṃ disvā, kicchaṃ vat'āyaṃ satto āpanno, app'eva nāma imamhā dukkhā mucceyyā'ti karuṇā pavattetabbā.

bahulīkatatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) having given oneself to, having devoted oneself to, lit. having made much of

SN 52.13 dibbasotasuttaṃ

imesañ'ca pan'āhaṃ āvuso catunnaṃ satipaṭṭhānānaṃ bhāvitattā bahulīkatattā dibbāya sotadhātuyā visuddhāya atikkantamānusikāya ubho sadde suṇāmi dibbe ca mānuse ca ye dūre santike cā'ti

balamattā →

bodhirasa

some strength, little strength

SN 22.87 vakkalisuttaṃ

cirapaṭik'āhaṃ, bhante, bhagavantaṃ dassanāya upasaṅkamitu'kāmo, n'atthi ca me kāyasmiṃ tāvatikā balamattā, yāvat'āhaṃ bhagavantaṃ dassanāya upasaṅkameyyan'ti

bandhana →

bodhirasa

attachment, connection

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, sunakkhatta, paṇḍupalāso bandhanā pavutto abhabbo haritattāya, evam'eva kho, sunakkhatta, āneñjādhimuttassa purisapuggalassa ye lok'āmisasaṃyojane se pavutte.

bhatta →

bodhirasa

boiled rice

DHPa 2.18.10 meṇḍakaseṭṭhi vatthu

so gantvā taṃ bhattaṃ pañcahi paccekabuddhasatehi saddhiṃ saṃvibhaji. taṃ tass'ānubhāvena sabbesam'pi pahoti. te olokentā'y'eva aṭṭhaṃsu.

bhatta →

bodhirasa

food, meal

MN 92 selasuttaṃ

so me nimantito svātanāya bhattaṃ saddhiṃ bhikkhusaṅghenā'ti

TH 179 sāṭimattiya theragāthā

paccati munino bhattaṃ, thokaṃ thokaṃ kule kule, piṇḍikāya carissāmi, atthi jaṅghābalaṃ mamā'ti.

bhattagga →

bodhirasa

refectory, dining hall

MN 31 cūḷagosiṅgasuttaṃ

so āsanāni paṭisāmeti, pānīyaṃ paribhojanīyaṃ paṭisāmeti, avakkārapātiṃ paṭisāmeti, bhattaggaṃ sammajjati

bhattakāla →

bodhirasa

mealtime

SNP 7 vasalasuttaṃ uragavaggo 7

yo brāhmaṇaṃ samaṇaṃ vā, bhattakāle upaṭṭhite, roseti vācā na ca deti, taṃ jaññā vasalo iti.

bhattasammada →

bodhirasa

drowsiness after eating

AN 1.13 nīvaraṇappahānavaggo

n'āhaṃ, bhikkhave, aññaṃ ekadhammam'pi samanupassāmi yena anuppannaṃ vā thīnamiddhaṃ uppajjati uppannaṃ vā thinamiddhaṃ bhiyyobhāvāya vepullāya saṃvattati yatha'y'idaṃ, bhikkhave, arati tandī vijambhikā bhattasammado cetaso ca līnattaṃ

bhattavetana →

bodhirasa

food and fees, food and wages

DN 5.4 kūṭadantasuttaṃ

ye bhoto rañño janapade ussahanti rājaporise tesaṃ bhavaṃ rājā bhattavetanaṃ pakappetu

bhattābhihāre →

bodhirasa

when serving food

SN 3.13 doṇapākasuttaṃ

ehi tvaṃ, tāta sudassana, bhagavato santike imaṃ gāthaṃ pariyāpuṇitvā mama bhattābhihāre bhāsa

bhavituṃ vaṭṭati →

bodhirasa

it is suitable to be …

JAa 4 cūḷaseṭṭhi jātakavaṇṇanā

kataññunā me bhavituṃ vaṭṭatī'ti ekaṃ satasahassaṃ gāhāpetvā cūḷaseṭṭhissa samīpaṃ gato

bhesajjamattā →

bodhirasa

dose of medicine, measure of medicine

DN 10.1 subhasuttaṃ

atthi me ajja bhesajjamattā pītā

bhiyyosomattāya →

bodhirasa

extremely, greatly, lit. even more amount

SN 35.247 chappāṇakasuttaṃ

evañ'hi so, bhikkhave, puriso bhiyyosomattāya tatonidānaṃ dukkhaṃ domanassaṃ paṭisaṃvediyetha.

AN 3.27 jigucchitabbasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, duṭṭhāruko kaṭṭhena vā kaṭhalāya vā ghaṭṭito bhiyyosomattāya āsavaṃ deti.

bhāvitatta →

bodhirasa

self-developed, i.e. enlightened, holy

DHP 106 sahassavaggo

māse māse sahassena, yo yajetha sataṃ samaṃ, ekañ'ca bhāvit'attānaṃ, muhuttam'api pūjaye, sā'y'eva pūjanā seyyo, yañ'ce vassasataṃ hutaṃ.

SNP 59 mettagū māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 4

pucchāmi taṃ bhagavā brūhi me taṃ, maññāmi taṃ vedaguṃ bhāvit'attaṃ, kuto nu dukkhā samudāgatā ime, ye keci lokasmim'anekarūpā.

bhāvitatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) being cultivated, being developed, caused to be

SN 52.13 dibbasotasuttaṃ

imesañ'ca pan'āhaṃ āvuso catunnaṃ satipaṭṭhānānaṃ bhāvitattā bahulīkatattā dibbāya sotadhātuyā visuddhāya atikkantamānusikāya ubho sadde suṇāmi dibbe ca mānuse ca ye dūre santike cā'ti

bodhisatta →

bodhirasa

Buddha-to-be, lit. awakening being

DN 14.10 mahāpadānasuttaṃ

atha kho bhikkhave vipassissa bodhisattassa rahogatassa paṭisallīnassa evaṃ cetaso parivitakko udapādi

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

yathā pana aññe sattā mātukucchito nikkhamantā paṭikūlena asucinā makkhitā nikkhamanti, na evaṃ bodhisatto.

brahmadatta →

bodhirasa

given by god, personal name

JAa 178 kacchapa jātaka vaṇṇanā

atīte bārāṇasiyaṃ brahmadatte rajjaṃ kārente bodhisatto kāsigāmake kumbhakārakule nibbattitvā kumbhakārakammaṃ katvā puttadāraṃ posesi.

buddhatta →

bodhirasa

state of being a Buddha, Buddhahood

JAa 1.N.2 sumedha kathā

ayaṃ buddhattāya abhinīhāraṃ katvā nipanno, samijjhissati imassa patthanā, ito kappa-satasahass'ādhikānaṃ catunnaṃ asaṅkhyeyyānaṃ matthake gotamo nāma buddho bhavissati.

byatta →

bodhirasa

experienced, learned, competent, trained, lit. distinguished

VIN 5.4.7 tiṇavatthārakaṃ

evañ'ca pana, bhikkhave, vūpasametabbaṃ. sabbeh'eva ekajjhaṃ sannipatitabbaṃ, sannipatitvā byattena bhikkhunā paṭibalena saṅgho ñāpetabbo.

AN 9.35 gāvīupamāsuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, gāvī pabbateyyā paṇḍitā byattā khettaññū kusalā visame pabbate carituṃ.

byāmamatta →

bodhirasa

fathom long, lit. fathom measure

AN 4.45 rohitassasuttaṃ

api c'āhaṃ, āvuso, imasmiṃ'y'eva byāmamatte kaḷevare sasaññimhi samanake lokañca paññāpemi lokasamudayañ'ca lokanirodhañca lokanirodhagāminiñca paṭipadan'ti.

byāsatta →

bodhirasa

attached, clinging

DHP 47 pupphavaggo

pupphāni h'eva pacinantaṃ, byāsatta-manasaṃ naraṃ, suttaṃ gāmaṃ mahogho'va, maccu ādāya gacchati.

DHP 287 maggavaggo

taṃ puttapasusammattaṃ, byāsatta-manasaṃ naraṃ, suttaṃ gāmaṃ mahogho'va, maccu ādāya gacchati.

byāsattamanasa →

bodhirasa

with an attached mind, with a clinging-mind

DHP 47 pupphavaggo

pupphāni h'eva pacinantaṃ, byāsattamanasaṃ naraṃ, suttaṃ gāmaṃ mahogho'va, maccu ādāya gacchati.

DHP 287 maggavaggo

taṃ puttapasusammattaṃ, byāsattamanasaṃ naraṃ, suttaṃ gāmaṃ mahogho'va, maccu ādāya gacchati.

catta →

bodhirasa

given up, abandoned, left behind

MN 7 vatthasuttaṃ

yathodhi kho pan'assa cattaṃ hoti vantaṃ muttaṃ pahīnaṃ paṭinissaṭṭhaṃ, so buddhe aveccappasādena samannāgatomhī'ti labhati atthavedaṃ, labhati dhammavedaṃ, labhati dhamm'ūpasaṃhitaṃ pāmojjaṃ.

cattālīsa →

bodhirasa

forty (40)

bālāvatāra sandhi kaṇḍa

2. akkharā'p'ādayo eka-cattālīsaṃ.

cattāri →

bodhirasa

four (4)

AN 3.62 titthāyatanādisuttaṃ

imāni cattāri ariyasaccānī'ti, bhikkhave, mayā dhammo desito aniggahito asaṃkiliṭṭho anupavajjo appaṭikuṭṭho samaṇehi brāhmaṇehi viññūhī'ti. iti yaṃ taṃ vuttaṃ idam'etaṃ paṭicca vuttan'ti.

cattāri →

bodhirasa

four (4)

DHP 309 nirayavaggo

cattāri ṭhānāni naro pamatto, āpajjati paradār'ūpasevī, apuññalābhaṃ na nikāmaseyyaṃ, nindaṃ tatīyaṃ nirayaṃ catutthaṃ.

DHP 190 buddhavaggo

yo ca buddhañ'ca dhammañ'ca, saṅghañ'ca saraṇaṃ gato, cattāri ariyasaccāni, sammappaññāya passati.

cattārimāni →

bodhirasa

these four

DN 16.29 mahāparinibbānasuttaṃ

cattār'imāni, ānanda, saddhassa kulaputtassa dassanīyāni saṃvejanīyāni ṭhānāni

AN 4.42 pañhabyākaraṇasuttaṃ

cattār'imāni, bhikkhave, pañhabyākaraṇāni. katamāni cattāri? atthi, bhikkhave, pañho ekaṃsabyākaraṇīyo, atthi, bhikkhave, pañho vibhajjabyākaraṇīyo

cattāro →

bodhirasa

four (4)

DHP 109 sahassavaggo

abhivādanasīlissa, niccaṃ vuḍḍh'āpacāyino, cattāro dhammā vaḍḍhanti, āyu vaṇṇo sukhaṃ balaṃ.

SN 22.57 sattaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

katamañ'ca, bhikkhave, rūpaṃ? cattāro ca mahābhūtā, catunnañ'ca mahābhūtānaṃ upādāya rūpaṃ. idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, rūpaṃ.

cattārome →

bodhirasa

these four

SN 12.63 puttamaṃsūpamasuttaṃ

cattāro'me, bhikkhave, āhārā bhūtānaṃ vā sattānaṃ ṭhitiyā sambhavesīnaṃ vā anuggahāya. katame cattāro?

AN 4.49 vipallāsasuttaṃ

cattāro'me, bhikkhave, saññāvipallāsā cittavipallāsā diṭṭhivipallāsā. katame cattāro?

cattārīsa →

bodhirasa

forty (40)

SN 12.61 assutavāsuttaṃ

dissatāyaṃ bhikkhave cātumahābhūtiko kāyo ekam'pi vassaṃ tiṭṭhamāno ... tiṃsam'pi vassāni tiṭṭhamāno cattārīsam'pi vassāni tiṭṭhamāno

cattārīsaka →

bodhirasa

consisting of forty

MN 117 mahācattārīsakasuttaṃ

iti kho, bhikkhave, vīsati kusalapakkhā, vīsati akusalapakkhā, mahā-cattārīsako dhammapariyāyo pavattito appaṭivattiyo samaṇena vā brāhmaṇena vā devena vā mārena vā brahmunā vā kenaci vā lokasmiṃ.

catusattati →

bodhirasa

seventy four (74)

ANa 1.14.1 sāriputta-moggallānatthera vatthu

tasmiṃ samaye catusattati-sahassa-jaṭilā paṇītapaṇītāni ojavantāni phalāphalāni gahetvā ācariyassa santikaṃ sampattā buddhānañ'c'eva ācariyassa ca nisinnāsanaṃ oloketvā āhaṃsu.

chambhitatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) paralysis, being frozen, stiff with fear, lit. state of rigidity

SN 5.5 uppalavaṇṇāsuttaṃ

atha kho māro pāpimā uppalavaṇṇāya bhikkhuniyā bhayaṃ chambhitattaṃ lomahaṃsaṃ uppādetu'kāmo samādhimhā cāvetu'kāmo yena uppalavaṇṇā bhikkhunī ten'upasaṅkami

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.

chatta →

bodhirasa

sunshade, parasol (symbol of prestige)

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

anekasākhañ'ca sahassamaṇḍalaṃ, chattaṃ marū dhārayum'antalikkhe, suvaṇṇadaṇḍā vītipatanti cāmarā, na dissare cāmara-chatta-gāhakā.

chatta →

bodhirasa

student, lit. one under the cover of a teacher

VV 53 chattamāṇavaka vimānavatthu

yam'idha pathe samecca māṇavena, satthānusāsi anukampamāno, tava ratanavarassa dhammaṃ sutvā, karissāmī'ti ca bravittha chatto.

cirarattaṃ →

bodhirasa

for a long time

TH 250 telakāni theragāthā

cirarattaṃ vatātāpī, dhammaṃ anuvicintayaṃ, samaṃ cittassa nālatthaṃ, pucchaṃ samaṇabrāhmaṇe.

datta →

bodhirasa

given (by), offered (by)

JAa 178 kacchapa jātaka vaṇṇanā

atīte bārāṇasiyaṃ brahma-datte rajjaṃ kārente bodhisatto kāsigāmake kumbhakārakule nibbattitvā kumbhakārakammaṃ katvā puttadāraṃ posesi.

dhūmāyitatta →

bodhirasa

a cloud of smoke

SN 4.23 godhikasuttaṃ

tena kho pana samayena dhūmāyitattaṃ timirāyitattaṃ gacchateva purimaṃ disaṃ, gacchati pacchimaṃ disaṃ, gacchati uttaraṃ disaṃ, gacchati dakkhiṇaṃ disaṃ, gacchati uddhaṃ, gacchati adho, gacchati anudisaṃ

divasaṃsantatta →

bodhirasa

heated the whole day

MN 152 indriyabhāvanāsuttaṃ

divasaṃsantatte ayokaṭāhe dve vā tīṇi vā udakaphusitāni nipāteyya

SNP 4 kasibhāradvājasuttaṃ uragavaggo 4

seyyathā'pi nāma phālo divasasantatto udake pakkhitto cicciṭāyati ciṭiciṭāyati sandhūpāyati sampadhūpāyati. evam'eva so pāyaso udake pakkhitto cicciṭāyati ciṭiciṭāyati sandhūpāyati sampadhūpāyati.

diṭṭhamatta →

bodhirasa

merely the seen, only what is seen, as much as is seen

SN 35.95 mālukyaputtasuttaṃ

ettha ca te, māluṅkyaputta, diṭṭhasutamutaviññātabbesu dhammesu diṭṭhe diṭṭhamattaṃ bhavissati, sute sutamattaṃ bhavissati, mute mutamattaṃ bhavissati, viññāte viññātamattaṃ bhavissati.

duggahitatta →

bodhirasa

(state of being) wrongly grasped, taken in the wrong way, badly understood

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

tesaṃ te dhammā duggahitā dīgharattaṃ ahitāya dukkhāya saṃvattanti. taṃ kissa hetu? duggahitattā, bhikkhave, dhammānaṃ.

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

so tatonidānaṃ maraṇaṃ vā nigaccheyya maraṇamattaṃ vā dukkhaṃ. taṃ kissa hetu? duggahitattā, bhikkhave, alagaddassa.

dumapatta →

bodhirasa

leaf of a tree

TH 2 mahākoṭṭhika theragāthā

upasanto uparato, mantabhāṇī anuddhato, dhunāti pāpake dhamme, dumapattaṃ'va māluto'ti.

durattavaṇṇa →

bodhirasa

badly dyed colour

MN 7 vatthasuttaṃ

tam'enaṃ rajako yasmiṃ yasmiṃ raṅgajāte upasaṃhareyya, yadi nīlakāya yadi pītakāya yadi lohitakāya yadi mañjeṭṭhakāya durattavaṇṇam'evassa aparisuddhavaṇṇam'ev'assa.

durāsada →

bodhirasa

difficult to assault, hard to attack

AN 4.42 pañhabyākaraṇasuttaṃ

durāsado duppasaho, gambhīro duppadhaṃsiyo, atho atthe anatthe ca, ubhayassa hoti kovido.

dīgharattaṃ →

bodhirasa

for a long time

SN 12.61 assutavāsuttaṃ

dīgharattañ'hetaṃ bhikkhave assutavato puthujjanassa ajjhositaṃ mamāyitaṃ parāmaṭṭhaṃ

SN 22.1 nakulapitusuttaṃ

ovadatu maṃ, bhante, bhagavā, anusāsatu maṃ, bhante, bhagavā, yaṃ mamassa dīgharattaṃ hitāya sukhāyā'ti.

ekabhatta →

bodhirasa

one meal

SN 1.10 araññasuttaṃ

araññe viharantānaṃ, santānaṃ brahmacārinaṃ, ekabhattaṃ bhuñjamānānaṃ, kena vaṇṇo pasīdatī'ti.

ekacattālīsa →

bodhirasa

forty one (41)

bālāvatāra sandhi kaṇḍa

2. akkharā'p'ādayo ekacattālīsaṃ.

ekatta →

bodhirasa

solitude, loneliness, lit. oneness

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

ekāsanassa sikkhetha, samaṇ'ūpāsanassa ca, ekattaṃ monam'akkhātaṃ, eko ce abhiramissasi, atha bhāhisi dasadisā.

gadduhanamattaṃ →

bodhirasa

as long as it takes to milk a cow

SN 20.4 okkhāsuttaṃ

yo vā pubbaṇhasamayaṃ antamaso gadduhanamattam'pi mettacittaṃ bhāveyya … idaṃ tato mahapphalataraṃ.

gatta →

bodhirasa

limbs (of the body)

AN 7.61 pacalāyamānasuttaṃ

no ce te evaṃ viharato taṃ middhaṃ pahīyetha tato tvaṃ moggallāna ubho kaṇṇasotāni āviñjeyyāsi pāṇinā gattāni anumajjeyyāsi

ghammābhitatta →

bodhirasa

scorched by heat

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

puratthimāya ce'pi disāya puriso āgaccheyya ghammābhitatto ghammapareto kilanto tasito pipāsito.

ghaṭṭana →

bodhirasa

collision, conflict, lit. striking

NIDD2 2.1 ajita māṇava pucchā niddesa

kiṃ'su tassa mahabbhayan'ti kiṃ lokassa bhayaṃ mahabbhayaṃ pīḷanaṃ ghaṭṭanaṃ upaddavo upasaggoti, kiṃ'su tassa mahabbhayaṃ.

ghaṭṭayanta →

bodhirasa

colliding, conflicting, clashing, offending

SNP 47 māgaṇḍiyasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 9

saññāvirattassa na santi ganthā, paññāvimuttassa na santi mohā, saññañ'ca diṭṭhiñ'ca ye aggahesuṃ, te ghaṭṭayantā vicaranti loke'ti.

haritatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) greenness, freshness

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, sunakkhatta, paṇḍupalāso bandhanā pavutto abhabbo haritattāya, evam'eva kho, sunakkhatta, āneñjādhimuttassa purisapuggalassa ye lok'āmisasaṃyojane se pavutte.

hīnāyāvatta →

bodhirasa

reverted back to lay-life, returned to the secular world, lit. gone back to the low

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, bhikkhu ūmibhayassa bhīto sikkhaṃ paccakkhāya hīnāy'āvatto. ūmibhayan'ti kho, bhikkhave, kodh'ūpāyāsass'etaṃ adhivacanaṃ. idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, ūmibhayaṃ.

hīnāyāvattati →

bodhirasa

reverts back to lay-life, returns to the secular world, lit. goes back to the low

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

so kupito anattamano sikkhaṃ paccakkhāya hīnāy'āvattati. ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, bhikkhu ūmibhayassa bhīto sikkhaṃ paccakkhāya hīnāy'āvatto.

SN 20.10 biḷārasuttaṃ

so rāg'ānuddhaṃsena cittena maraṇaṃ vā nigacchati maraṇamattaṃ vā dukkhaṃ. maraṇañ'h'etaṃ, bhikkhave, ariyassa vinaye yo sikkhaṃ paccakkhāya hīnāy'āvattati.

hīyattanī →

bodhirasa

imperfect past tense, used to describe ongoing action

itthatta →

bodhirasa

present state of existence, earthly existence, such an existence, lit. state of being here

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

khīṇā jāti vusitaṃ brahmacariyaṃ kataṃ karaṇīyaṃ n'āparaṃ itthattāyā'ti pajānāti

SNP 58 puṇṇaka māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 3

ye kec'ime isayo manujā, khattiyā brāhmaṇā devatānaṃ, yaññam'akappayiṃsu puthū'dha loke, āsīsamānā puṇṇaka itthattaṃ, jaraṃ sitā yaññam'akappayiṃsu.

jhatta →

bodhirasa

burnt out, worn out

SN 35.247 chappāṇakasuttaṃ

yadā kho te, bhikkhave, chappāṇakā jhattā assu kilantā, atha kho yo nesaṃ pāṇakānaṃ balavataro assa tassa te anuvatteyyuṃ, anuvidhāyeyyuṃ vasaṃ gaccheyyuṃ.

kakkhaḷatta →

bodhirasa

harshness, unpleasantness, nastiness

VIN 5.4.7 tiṇavatthārakaṃ

sace mayaṃ imāhi āpattīhi aññamaññaṃ kāressāma, siy'āpi taṃ adhikaraṇaṃ kakkhaḷattāya vāḷattāya bhedāya saṃvatteyya.

kammakiliṭṭhamattano →

bodhirasa

one’s own dirty deeds, one’s own corrupt actions

DHP 15 yamakavaggo

idha socati pecca socati, pāpakārī ubhayattha socati, so socati so vihaññati, disvā kammakiliṭṭham'attano.

kammappatta →

bodhirasa

(vinaya) eligible to take part in the legal action, entitled to participate in the formal act

VIN PAT PK saṅghuposatha pubbakaraṇādi vidhi

uposatho, yāvatikā ca bhikkhū, kammappattā, sabhāgāpattiyo ca, na vijjanti, vajjanīyā ca, puggalā tasmiṃ na honti, pattakallan'ti vuccati.

kammavisuddhimattano →

bodhirasa

one’s own pure deeds

DHP 16 yamakavaggo

idha modati pecca modati, katapuñño ubhayattha modati, so modati so pamodati, disvā kammavisuddhim'attano.

katattā →

bodhirasa

because of doing, from the fact of having done

DHPa 1.6.5 paṇḍitasāmaṇera vatthu

evaṃ sante'pi, ahaṃ pubbe puññaṃ a-katattā kiñci na labhāmī'ti na jānāsī'ti

katta →

bodhirasa

cut out, removed

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, sunakkhatta, puriso sallena viddho assa savisena gāḷhūpalepanena. tassa mittāmaccā ñātisālohitā bhisakkaṃ salla-kattaṃ upaṭṭhāpeyyuṃ.

kattabba →

bodhirasa

should be done, to be done, ought to be made

DHP 53 pupphavaggo

yathā'pi puppharāsimhā, kayirā mālāguṇe bahū, evaṃ jātena maccena, kattabbaṃ kusalaṃ bahuṃ.

MN 61 ambalaṭṭhika rāhulovādasuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, rāhula, paccavekkhitvā paccavekkhitvā kāyena kammaṃ kattabbaṃ, paccavekkhitvā paccavekkhitvā vācāya kammaṃ kattabbaṃ, paccavekkhitvā paccavekkhitvā manasā kammaṃ kattabbaṃ.

kattabbatā →

bodhirasa

obligation, necessity, something that should be done

VIN PAT PK saṅghuposatha pubbakaraṇādi vidhi

ettāni cattāri vattāni sammajjanakaraṇādīni saṅghasannipatato paṭhamaṃ kattabbatā, uposathassa uposathakammassa pubba-karaṇan'ti vuccati. pubba-karaṇānī'ti akkhātāni.

kulaparivaṭṭa →

bodhirasa

family circle, extended family

MN 31 cūḷagosiṅgasuttaṃ

yasmā'pi, dīgha, kulaparivaṭṭā ete tayo kulaputtā agārasmā anagāriyaṃ pabbajitā, so ce'pi kulaparivaṭṭo ete tayo kulaputte pasannacitto anussareyya, tassapāssa kulaparivaṭṭassa dīgharattaṃ hitāya sukhāya

lagga →

bodhirasa

stuck, attached

NIDD2 2.1 ajita māṇava pucchā niddesa

kena loko litto saṃlitto upalitto kiliṭṭho saṃkiliṭṭho makkhito saṃsaṭṭho laggo laggito palibuddho, brūsi ācikkhasi desesi paññapesi paṭṭhapesi vivarasi vibhajasi uttānīkarosi pakāsesīti, kiss'ābhilepanaṃ brūsi.

laggana →

bodhirasa

sticking, attachment

NIDD2 2.1 ajita māṇava pucchā niddesa

kiss'ābhilepanaṃ brūsī'ti kiṃ lokassa lepanaṃ lagganaṃ bandhanaṃ upakkileso.

laggita →

bodhirasa

stuck to, attached to

NIDD2 2.1 ajita māṇava pucchā niddesa

kena loko litto saṃlitto upalitto kiliṭṭho saṃkiliṭṭho makkhito saṃsaṭṭho laggo laggito palibuddho, brūsi ācikkhasi desesi paññapesi paṭṭhapesi vivarasi vibhajasi uttānīkarosi pakāsesīti, kiss'ābhilepanaṃ brūsi.

lahumatta →

bodhirasa

(of a vowel) quick in measure, short

bālāvatāra sandhi kaṇḍa

4. lahumattā tayo rassā.

bālāvatāra sandhi kaṇḍa

tattha saresu lahumattā a, i, u iti tayo rassā.

lahuparivatta →

bodhirasa

quickly changing, fast turning

SN 1.48 paṇihitācchavaggo

n'āhaṃ, bhikkhave, aññaṃ ekadhammam'pi samanupassāmi yaṃ evaṃ lahuparivattaṃ yatha'y'idaṃ cittaṃ. yāvañ'c'idaṃ, bhikkhave, upamā'pi na sukarā yāva lahuparivattaṃ cittan'ti.

lokavaḍḍhana →

bodhirasa

attachment to the world, indulgence in the world, lit. increasing the world

DHP 167 lokavaggo

hīnaṃ dhammaṃ na seveyya, pamādena na saṃvase, micchādiṭṭhiṃ na seveyya, na siyā lokavaḍḍhano.

līnatta →

bodhirasa

sluggishness, stickiness

SN 47.10 bhikkhunupassayasuttaṃ

tassa kāye kāy'ānupassino viharato kāyārammaṇo vā uppajjati kāyasmiṃ pariḷāho cetaso vā līnattaṃ bahiddhā vā cittaṃ vikkhipati

mahantatta →

bodhirasa

(of size) largeness, greatness

AN 10.15 appamādasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, yāni kānici jaṅgalānaṃ pāṇānaṃ padajātāni, sabbāni tāni hatthipade samodhānaṃ gacchanti, hatthipadaṃ tesaṃ aggamakkhāyati, yad'idaṃ mahantattena

mahatta →

bodhirasa

outstanding, illustrious, lit. greatness

AN 3.101 loṇakapallasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, ekacco puggalo bhāvitakāyo hoti bhāvitasīlo bhāvitacitto bhāvitapañño aparitto mahatto appamāṇavihārī.

mahāmatta →

bodhirasa

chief minister, chancellor, cabinet member

VIN 4.6.162 pilindavaccha vatthu

evaṃ, devā'ti kho so mahāmatto rañño māgadhassa seniyassa bimbisārassa paṭissutvā āyasmato pilindavacchassa pañca ārāmikasatāni pādāsi, pāṭiyekko gāmo nivisi

AN 4.183 sutasuttaṃ

ekaṃ samayaṃ bhagavā rājagahe viharati veḷuvane kalandakanivāpe. atha kho vassakāro brāhmaṇo magadha-mahāmatto yena bhagavā ten'upasaṅkami

mahāsatta →

bodhirasa

great being

JAa 181 asadisa jātakavaṇṇanā

evaṃ mahāsatto khuddakamakkhikāya pivanamattam'pi lohitaṃ anuppādetvā satta rājāno palāpetvā kaniṭṭhabhātaraṃ apaloketvā kāme pahāya isipabbajjaṃ pabbajitvā abhiññā ca samāpattiyo ca nibbattetvā jīvitapariyosāne brahmalok'ūpago ahosi.

JAa 542 umaṅga jātakavaṇṇanā

mahāsatto pana āgacchanto kahāpaṇasahassena saddhiṃ ekasāṭakayugaṃ tambūlapasibbake ṭhapetvā āgato.

majjhatta →

bodhirasa

neutral, impartial, indifferent

VISM 1.9.2 karuṇā bhāvanā kathā

majjhatto majjhatta-ṭṭhāne'y'eva, appiyo appiyaṭṭhāne'y'eva, verī veriṭṭhāne'y'eva tiṭṭhati. liṅgavisabhāgakālakatā akhettam'eva.

VISM 1.9.2 karuṇā bhāvanā kathā

evaṃ taṃ puggalaṃ karuṇāyitvā tato paraṃ eten'eva upāyena piyapuggale, tato majjhatte, tato verimhī'ti anukkamena karuṇā pavattetabbā.

mamatta →

bodhirasa

selfishness, attachment, possession, ownership, taking things as ‘mine’, lit. my-ness

SNP 44 jarāsuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 6

maraṇena'pi taṃ pahīyati, yaṃ puriso mam'idan'ti maññati, etam'pi viditvā paṇḍito, na mamattāya nametha māmako.

SNP 49 kalahavivādasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 11

phasso nu lokasmi kutonidāno, pariggahā cā'pi kutopahūtā, kismiṃ asante na mamattam'atthi, kismiṃ vibhūte na phusanti phassā.

mandatta →

bodhirasa

stupidity, confusion

AN 5.165 pañhapucchāsuttaṃ

mandattā momūhattā paraṃ pañhaṃ pucchati, pāpiccho icchāpakato paraṃ pañhaṃ pucchati, paribhavaṃ paraṃ pañhaṃ pucchati, aññātu'kāmo paraṃ pañhaṃ pucchati

manussatta →

bodhirasa

human existence, human state

SN 1.49 maccharisuttaṃ

nirayaṃ tiracchānayoniṃ, yamalokaṃ upapajjare, sace enti manussattaṃ, dalidde jāyare kule.

SN 56.48 dutiyachiggaḷayugasuttaṃ

evaṃ adhiccam'idaṃ, bhikkhave, yaṃ manussattaṃ labhati. evaṃ adhiccam'idaṃ, bhikkhave, yaṃ tathāgato loke uppajjati arahaṃ sammāsambuddho. evaṃ adhiccam'idaṃ, bhikkhave, yaṃ tathāgatappavedito dhammavinayo loke dibbati.

maraṇamatta →

bodhirasa

deadly, close to death, near to death, lit. death measure

SN 12.63 puttamaṃsūpamasuttaṃ

evañ'hi, bhikkhave, tassa purisassa hoti, imaṃ c'āhaṃ aṅgārakāsuṃ papatissāmi, tatonidānaṃ maraṇaṃ vā nigacchāmi maraṇamattaṃ vā dukkhan'ti

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

so rāg'ānuddhaṃsitena cittena maraṇaṃ vā nigaccheyya maraṇamattaṃ vā dukkhaṃ.

matta →

bodhirasa

as many as, as much as, a measure of, consisting of, only as much as

DHPa 1.1.1 cakkhupālatthera vatthu

tadā sāvatthiyaṃ satta manussakoṭiyo vasanti. tesu satthu dhammakathaṃ sutvā pañca-koṭi-mattā manussā ariyasāvakā jātā, dvekoṭimattā manussā puthujjanā.

matta →

bodhirasa

merely, the fact of, by virtue of

DHP 262 dhammaṭṭhavaggo

na vākkaraṇa-mattena, vaṇṇapokkharatāya vā, sādhurūpo naro hoti, issukī maccharī saṭho.

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

n'āhaṃ, bhikkhave, jaṭilakassa jaṭādhāraṇa-mattena sāmaññaṃ vadāmi.

matta →

bodhirasa

intoxicated, drunk

AN 5.57 abhiṇhapaccavekkhitabbaṭhānasuttaṃ

atthi, bhikkhave, sattānaṃ yobbane yobbanamado, yena madena mattā kāyena duccaritaṃ caranti, vācāya duccaritaṃ caranti, manasā duccaritaṃ caranti.

SNP 50 cūḷabyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 12

atisāradiṭṭhiyā'va so samatto, mānena matto paripuṇṇamānī, sayam'eva sāmaṃ manas'ābhisitto, diṭṭhī hi sā tassa tathā samattā.

mattaso →

bodhirasa

from a measure (of), from a modicum (of)

SN 25.1 cakkhusuttaṃ

yassa kho, bhikkhave, ime dhammā evaṃ paññāya mattaso nijjhānaṃ khamanti, ayaṃ vuccati dhammānusārī, okkanto sammattaniyāmaṃ, sappurisabhūmiṃ okkanto, vītivatto puthujjanabhūmiṃ

mattaññutā →

bodhirasa

moderation (in), knowing the correct amount (of), temperance (in)

DHP 185 buddhavaggo

anūpavādo anūpaghāto, pātimokkhe ca saṃvaro, mattaññutā ca bhattasmiṃ, pantañ'ca sayanāsanaṃ, adhicitte ca āyogo, etaṃ buddhāna sāsanaṃ.

mattaññū →

bodhirasa

knowing the correct measure, knowing the limit, moderate

DHP 8 yamakavaggo

asubh'ānupassiṃ viharantaṃ, indriyesu susaṃvutaṃ, bhojanamhi ca mattaññuṃ, saddhaṃ āraddhavīriyaṃ, taṃ ve nappasahati māro, vāto selaṃ'va pabbataṃ.

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

bhojane mattaññuno bhavissāma paṭisaṅkhā yoniso āhāraṃ āharissāma n'eva davāya na madāya na maṇḍanāya na vibhūsanāya yāva'd'eva imassa kāyassa ṭhitiyā yāpanāya

mattikapatta →

bodhirasa

clay bowl

TH 97 tissa theragāthā

hitvā satapalaṃ kaṃsaṃ, sovaṇṇaṃ satarājikaṃ, aggahiṃ mattikāpattaṃ, idaṃ dutiyābhisecanan'ti.

mattā →

bodhirasa

measure, measurement, quantity, modicum

DN 8.5 mahāsīhanādasuttaṃ

imāya ca, kassapa, mattāya iminā tapopakkamena sāmaññaṃ vā abhavissa brahmaññaṃ vā dukkaraṃ sudukkaraṃ, n'etaṃ abhavissa kallaṃ vacanāya, dukkaraṃ sāmaññaṃ dukkaraṃ brahmaññan'ti.

SN 25.1 cakkhusuttaṃ

yassa kho, bhikkhave, ime dhammā evaṃ paññāya mattaso nijjhānaṃ khamanti, ayaṃ vuccati dhammānusārī, okkanto sammattaniyāmaṃ, sappurisabhūmiṃ okkanto, vītivatto puthujjanabhūmiṃ

mattāsukha →

bodhirasa

limited happiness, small comfort, lit. measure of ease

DHP 290 pakiṇṇakavaggo

mattāsukha-pariccāgā, passe ce vipulaṃ sukhaṃ, caje mattāsukhaṃ dhīro, sampassaṃ vipulaṃ sukhaṃ.

momūhatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) confusion, bewilderment, stupidity

AN 5.165 pañhapucchāsuttaṃ

mandattā momūhattā paraṃ pañhaṃ pucchati, pāpiccho icchāpakato paraṃ pañhaṃ pucchati, paribhavaṃ paraṃ pañhaṃ pucchati, aññātu'kāmo paraṃ pañhaṃ pucchati

mutamatta →

bodhirasa

merely the sensed, only what is perceived, only the known

SN 35.95 mālukyaputtasuttaṃ

ettha ca te, māluṅkyaputta, diṭṭhasutamutaviññātabbesu dhammesu diṭṭhe diṭṭhamattaṃ bhavissati, sute sutamattaṃ bhavissati, mute mutamattaṃ bhavissati, viññāte viññātamattaṃ bhavissati.

mānusatta →

bodhirasa

human state

VV 53 chattamāṇavaka vimānavatthu

kim'idaṃ kusalaṃ kim'ācarema, icc'eke hi samecca mantayanti, te mayaṃ puna'r'eva laddha mānusattaṃ, paṭipannā viharemu sīlavanto.

nakkhatta →

bodhirasa

constellation, zodiac

DHP 208 sukhavaggo

tasmā hi dhīrañ'ca paññañ'ca bahussutañ'ca, dhorayhasīlaṃ vatavantam'ariyaṃ, taṃ tādisaṃ sappurisaṃ sumedhaṃ, bhajetha nakkhatta-pathaṃ'va candimā.

AN 7.61 pacalāyamānasuttaṃ

no ce te evaṃ viharato taṃ middhaṃ pahīyetha tato tvaṃ moggallāna uṭṭhāy'āsanā udakena akkhīni anumajjitvā disā anuvilokeyyāsi nakkhattāni tārakarūpāni ullokeyyāsi

nakkhatta →

bodhirasa

astrology, lit. constellation

SNP 52 tuvaṭakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 14

āthabbaṇaṃ supinaṃ lakkhaṇaṃ, no vidahe atho'pi nakkhattaṃ, virutañ'ca gabbhakaraṇaṃ, tikicchaṃ māmako na seveyya.

nakkhatta →

bodhirasa

celebration, festival

DHPa 1.4.8 visākhā vatthu

tasmiṃ pana nagare anusaṃvaccharaṃ vivaṭa-nakkhattaṃ nāma hoti. tadā bahi anikkhamanakulāni'pi parivārena saddhiṃ gehā nikkhamitvā appaṭicchannena sarīrena padasāva nadītīraṃ gacchanti

nakkhattakīḷā →

bodhirasa

celebration of a festival

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

mahāmāyā'pi devī pure puṇṇamāya sattamadivasato paṭṭhāya vigatasurāpānaṃ mālāgandhavibhūtisampannaṃ nakkhattakīḷaṃ anubhavamānā sattame divase pāto'va uṭṭhāya

nakkhattapatha →

bodhirasa

ecliptic, lit. path of the zodiac

DHP 208 sukhavaggo

tasmā hi dhīrañ'ca paññañ'ca bahussutañ'ca, dhorayhasīlaṃ vatavantam'ariyaṃ, taṃ tādisaṃ sappurisaṃ sumedhaṃ, bhajetha nakkhattapathaṃ'va candimā.

natta →

bodhirasa

night

SNP 61 upasīva māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 6

ākiñcaññaṃ pekkhamāno satimā, natthī'ti nissāya tarassu oghaṃ, kāme pahāya virato kathāhi, taṇhakkhayaṃ nattam'ah'ābhipassa.

nattamaha →

bodhirasa

night and day

SNP 61 upasīva māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 6

ākiñcaññaṃ pekkhamāno satimā, natthī'ti nissāya tarassu oghaṃ, kāme pahāya virato kathāhi, taṇhakkhayaṃ nattamah'ābhipassa.

nattamatta →

bodhirasa

old enough to be one’s grandson, lit. grandson measure

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

tassa evaṃ hoti, mayaṃ kho pubbe agāriyabhūtā samānā aññe ovadāma'pi anusāsāma'pi. ime pan'amhākaṃ puttamattā maññe nattamattā maññe ovaditabbaṃ anusāsitabbaṃ maññantī'ti.

nibbattati →

bodhirasa

re-arises, re-appears, regrows

DHP 338 taṇhāvaggo

yathā'pi mūle anupaddave daḷhe, chinno'pi rukkho puna'r'eva rūhati, evam'pi taṇh'ānusaye anūhate, nibbattatī dukkham'idaṃ punappunaṃ.

DHPa 1.1.2 maṭṭhakuṇḍalī vatthu

ayaṃ māṇavo mayi cittaṃ pasādetvā kālaṃ katvā tāvatiṃsadevaloke tiṃsayojanike kanakavimāne nibbattissati.

nibbānamattano →

bodhirasa

one’s own quenching, one’s own going out, lit. extinguishing of one’s self

UD 25 mahāmoggallānasuttaṃ

sati kāyagatā upaṭṭhitā, chasu phass'āyatanesu saṃvuto, satataṃ bhikkhu samāhito, jaññā nibbānam'attano'ti.

nibbānasaṃvattanika →

bodhirasa

leading to putting out the fire, conducive to nibbāna

ITI 87 andhakaraṇasuttaṃ

nekkhammavitakko, bhikkhave, anandhakaraṇo cakkhukaraṇo ñāṇakaraṇo paññāvuddhiko avighātapakkhiko nibbānasaṃvattaniko.

nibbāti →

bodhirasa

blows out, puts out (the fire), attains nibbāna

SNP 52 tuvaṭakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 14

pucchāmi taṃ ādiccabandhu, vivekaṃ santipadañ'ca mahesi, kathaṃ disvā nibbāti bhikkhu, anupādiyāno lokasmiṃ kiñci.

niratta →

bodhirasa

no self, soullessness

SNP 41 duṭṭhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 3

upayo hi dhammesu upeti vādaṃ, anūpayaṃ kena kathaṃ vadeyya, attā nirattā na hi tassa atthi, adhosi so diṭṭhim'idh'eva sabbanti.

SNP 48 purābhedasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 10

na tassa puttā pasavo, khettaṃ vatthuñ'ca vijjati, attā vā'pi nirattā vā, na tasmiṃ upalabbhati.

niratta →

bodhirasa

rejecting, throwing away, lit. threw down

SNP 66 jatukaṇṇi māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 11

kāmesu vinaya gedhaṃ, nekkhammaṃ daṭṭhu khemato, uggahītaṃ nirattaṃ vā, mā te vijjittha kiñcanaṃ.

SNP 41 duṭṭhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 3

upayo hi dhammesu upeti vādaṃ, anūpayaṃ kena kathaṃ vadeyya, attaṃ nirattaṃ na hi tassa atthi, adhosi so diṭṭhim'idh'eva sabbanti.

nirodhasamāpanna →

bodhirasa

who has attained cessation

NIDD1 11 kalahavivāda suttaniddesa

asaññino vuccanti nirodhasamāpannā ye ca asaññasattā, na'pi so nirodhasamāpanno, na'pi asaññasatto.

nirupadhi →

bodhirasa

free from attachment, free from taking as “mine”

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

upadhi dukkhassa mūlan'ti, iti viditvā nirupadhi upadhisaṅkhaye vimutto upadhismiṃ vā kāyaṃ upasaṃharissati cittaṃ vā uppādessatī'ti, n'etaṃ ṭhānaṃ vijjati.

nirāsatti →

bodhirasa

non-attachment (to), not clinging (to)

SNP 48 purābhedasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 10

nirāsatti anāgate, atītaṃ n'ānusocati, vivekadassī phassesu, diṭṭhīsu ca na nīyati.

nirūpadhi →

bodhirasa

free from attachment, free from grasping

AN 5.57 abhiṇhapaccavekkhitabbaṭhānasuttaṃ

so'haṃ evaṃ viharanto, ñatvā dhammaṃ nirūpadhiṃ, ārogye yobbanasmiñ'ca, jīvitasmiñ'ca ye madā.

nissita →

bodhirasa

dependent (on), clung (to), attached (to), supported (by), living (on), based (on), relying (on), by means (of)

SNP 43 paramaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 5

taṃ vā'pi ganthaṃ kusalā vadanti, yaṃ nissito passati hīnam'aññaṃ, tasmā hi diṭṭhaṃ va sutaṃ mutaṃ vā, sīlabbataṃ bhikkhu na nissayeyya.

SNP 61 upasīva māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 6

sabbesu kāmesu yo vītarāgo, ākiñcaññaṃ nissito hitvā m'aññaṃ, saññāvimokkhe parame'dhimutto, tiṭṭheyya so tattha anānuyāyī.

nivesana →

bodhirasa

attachment, clinging, fixation, lit. settling in

SNP 41 duṭṭhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 3

diṭṭhīnivesā na hi svātivattā, dhammesu niccheyya samuggahītaṃ, tasmā naro tesu nivesanesu, nirassatī ādiyatī ca dhammaṃ.

SNP 59 mettagū māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 4

yaṃ kiñci sampajānāsi, uddhaṃ adho tiriyañcā'pi majjhe, etesu nandiñ'ca nivesanañ'ca, panujja viññāṇaṃ bhave na tiṭṭhe.

nivesanā →

bodhirasa

attachment, clinging, fixation, lit. settling in

SNP 43 paramaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 5

yass'ūbhay'ante paṇidh'īdha n'atthi, bhav'ābhavāya idha vā huraṃ vā, nivesanā tassa na santi keci, dhammesu niccheyya samuggahītaṃ.

niyuñjati →

bodhirasa

joins (with), attaches (to)

TH 262 tālapuṭa theragāthā

appicchatā sappurisehi vaṇṇitā, makkhappahānaṃ vūpasamo dukhassa, iti'ssu maṃ citta tadā niyuñjasi, idāni tvaṃ gacchasi pubbaciṇṇaṃ.

niṭṭhaṅgata →

bodhirasa

attained perfection, complete, lit. gone to the end

DHP 351 taṇhāvaggo

niṭṭhaṅ'gato asantāsī, vītataṇho anaṅgaṇo, acchindi bhavasallāni, antimo'yaṃ samussayo.

nābhiharati →

bodhirasa

does not curse, does not abuse, does not attack

AN 3.68 kathāvatthusuttaṃ

upārambhaṃ na sikkheyya, khalitañ'ca na gāhaye, n'ābhihare n'ābhimadde, na vācaṃ payutaṃ bhaṇe.

AN 3.68 kathāvatthusuttaṃ

sace pan'āyaṃ, bhikkhave, puggalo pañhaṃ puṭṭho samāno n'ābhiharati n'ābhimaddati na anupajagghati na khalitaṃ gaṇhāti, evaṃ sant'āyaṃ, bhikkhave, puggalo kaccho hoti.

nābhisajjati →

bodhirasa

is not overly attached (to), is not overly fond (of)

SNP 52 tuvaṭakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 14

kayavikkaye na tiṭṭheyya, upavādaṃ bhikkhu na kareyya kuhiñci, gāme ca n'ābhisajjeyya, lābhakamyā janaṃ na lapayeyya.

nānatta →

bodhirasa

diversity, variety

MN 31 cūḷagosiṅgasuttaṃ

idha mayaṃ, bhante, yāva'd'eva ākaṅkhāma sabbaso rūpasaññānaṃ samatikkamā paṭighasaññānaṃ atthaṅ'gamā nānatta-saññānaṃ amanasikārā, ananto ākāso'ti ākās'ānañc'āyatanaṃ upasampajja viharāma

nānattakathā →

bodhirasa

chatting about this and that, talk about various topics

AN 10.69 paṭhama kathāvatthusuttaṃ

nigamakathaṃ nagarakathaṃ janapadakathaṃ itthikathaṃ sūrakathaṃ visikhākathaṃ kumbhaṭṭhānakathaṃ pubbapetakathaṃ nānattakathaṃ lok'akkhāyikaṃ samudd'akkhāyikaṃ itibhavābhavakathaṃ iti vāti

nānattasaññā →

bodhirasa

various perceptions, perception of diversity

MN 31 cūḷagosiṅgasuttaṃ

idha mayaṃ, bhante, yāva'd'eva ākaṅkhāma sabbaso rūpasaññānaṃ samatikkamā paṭighasaññānaṃ atthaṅ'gamā nānattasaññānaṃ amanasikārā, ananto ākāso'ti ākās'ānañc'āyatanaṃ upasampajja viharāma

nānāratta →

bodhirasa

variously coloured, multi-coloured, lit. variously dyed

AN 8.30 anuruddha mahāvitakkasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi nāma gahapatissa vā gahapatiputtassa vā nānārattānaṃ dussānaṃ dussakaraṇḍako pūro

odarikatta →

bodhirasa

gluttony, overeating, lit. state of living for one’s belly

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, bhikkhu kumbhīlabhayassa bhīto sikkhaṃ paccakkhāya hīnāy'āvatto. kumbhīlabhayan'ti kho, bhikkhave, odarikattass'etaṃ adhivacanaṃ. idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, kumbhīlabhayaṃ.

paccattaṃ →

bodhirasa

for oneself, individually, personally, exclusively

SN 35.234 udāyīsuttaṃ

so evaṃ asamanupassanto na kiñci loke upādiyati, anupādiyaṃ na paritassati, aparitassaṃ paccattaññ'eva parinibbāyati.

SNP 51 mahābyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 13

saddhammapūjā'pi nesaṃ tath'eva, yathā pasaṃsanti sakāyanāni, sabb'eva vādā tathiyā bhaveyyuṃ, suddhī hi nesaṃ paccattam'eva.

pacchābhattaṃ →

bodhirasa

after eating, after the meal, in the afternoon

SN 8.2 aratisuttaṃ

tena kho pana samayena āyasmā nigrodhakappo pacchābhattaṃ piṇḍapātapaṭikkanto vihāraṃ pavisati, sāyaṃ vā nikkhamati aparajju vā kāle

AN 6.61 majjhesuttaṃ

tena kho pana samayena sambahulānaṃ therānaṃ bhikkhūnaṃ pacchābhattaṃ piṇḍapātapaṭikkantānaṃ maṇḍalamāḷe sannisinnānaṃ sannipatitānaṃ ayam'antarākathā udapādi, vuttam'idaṃ, āvuso, bhagavatā pārāyane metteyyapañhe.

paccudāvattati →

bodhirasa

returns again (to), turns back (to)

AN 11.13 nandiyasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi vā pana, nandiya, sukkhe tiṇadāye aggi mutto ḍahaññ'eva gacchati, no daḍḍhaṃ paccudāvattati, evam'evaṃ kho, nandiya, imehi ekādasahi dhammehi samannāgato ariyasāvako pajahateva pāpake akusale dhamme, na upādiyatī'ti

pahitatta →

bodhirasa

state of resolute intention, lit. determined self

AN 8.63 saṃkhittasuttaṃ

sādhu me, bhante, bhagavā saṃkhittena dhammaṃ desetu, yam'ahaṃ bhagavato dhammaṃ sutvā ekā vūpakaṭṭhā appamattā ātāpinī pahitattā vihareyyan'ti

SNP 54 sāriputtasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 16

ky'āssa byappathayo assu, ky'āss'assu idha gocarā, kāni sīlabbatān'āssu, pahit'attassa bhikkhuno.

pakatatta →

bodhirasa

(vinaya) regular monk who is not suspended

VIN PAT PK saṅghuposatha pubbakaraṇādi vidhi

yattakā bhikkhū tassa uposathakammassa pattayuttā anurūpā, sabbantimena paricchedena cattāro bhikkhū pakatattā, saṅghena anukkhitā, te ca kho hatthapāsaṃ avijahitvā ekasīmayaṃ ṭhitā.

pakkagatta →

bodhirasa

festering limbs, lit. decayed body

SN 35.247 chappāṇakasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, puriso arugatto pakkagatto saravanaṃ paviseyya.

palitta →

bodhirasa

stuck (to), attached (to), lit. smeared (onto)

SNP 40 guhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 2

saññaṃ pariññā vitareyya oghaṃ, pariggahesu muni no-palitto, abbūḷhasallo caram'appamatto, nāsīsatī lokam'imaṃ parañcā'ti.

pamatta →

bodhirasa

careless, heedless, negligent, inattentive

DHP 19 yamakavaggo

bahum'pi ce sahitaṃ bhāsamāno, na takkaro hoti naro pamatto, gopo'va gāvo gaṇayaṃ paresaṃ, na bhāgavā sāmaññassa hoti.

DHP 21 appamādavaggo

appamādo amatapadaṃ, pamādo maccuno padaṃ, appamattā na mīyanti, ye pamattā yathā matā.

pamatta →

bodhirasa

intoxicated, drunk

SN 35.246 vīṇopamasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, kiṭṭhaṃ sampannaṃ. kiṭṭh'ārakkho ca pamatto, goṇo ca kiṭṭh'ādo aduṃ kiṭṭhaṃ otaritvā yāva'd'atthaṃ madaṃ āpajjeyya pamādaṃ āpajjeyya.

JA 537 mahāsutasoma jātakaṃ

evaṃ pamatto rasagārave ratto, bālo yadī āyati n'āvabujjhati, vidhamma putte caji ñātake ca, parivattiya attānam'eva khādati.

pappoti →

bodhirasa

obtains, attains, gets, experiences

DHP 27 appamādavaggo

mā pamādam'anuyuñjetha, mā kāmaratisanthavaṃ, appamatto hi jhāyanto, pappoti vipulaṃ sukhaṃ.

pappuyya →

bodhirasa

obtaining, attaining, getting, experiencing

SNP 46 pasūrasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 8

pasaṃsito vā pana tattha hoti, akkhāya vādaṃ parisāya majjhe, so hassatī uṇṇamatī ca tena, pappuyya tam'atthaṃ yathā mano ahu.

parabhatta →

bodhirasa

food for others

SN 22.95 pheṇapiṇḍūpamasuttaṃ

āyu usmā ca viññāṇaṃ, yadā kāyaṃ jahant'imaṃ, apaviddho tadā seti, parabhattaṃ acetanaṃ.

parasatta →

bodhirasa

another being, other being(s)

AN 5.23 upakkilesasuttaṃ

so sace ākaṅkhati, parasattānaṃ parapuggalānaṃ cetasā ceto paricca pajāneyyaṃ

pareta →

bodhirasa

afflicted (with), overcome (by), attacked (by), overwhelmed (by)

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

evaṃ vutte āyasmā ānando bhagavantaṃ etad'avoca, seyyathā'pi, bhante, puriso jighacchā-dubbalya-pareto madhupiṇḍikaṃ adhigaccheyya, so yato yato sāyeyya, labhetheva sādurasaṃ asecanakaṃ

SNP 45 tissametteyyasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 7

saṅkappehi pareto so, kapaṇo viya jhāyati, sutvā paresaṃ nigghosaṃ, maṅku hoti tathāvidho.

pariccatta →

bodhirasa

given up, abandoned, let go of

MN 61 ambalaṭṭhika rāhulovādasuttaṃ

pariccattaṃ kho rañño nāgassa jīvitaṃ. n'atthi dāni kiñci rañño nāgassa akaraṇīyan'ti.

paridevitatta →

bodhirasa

state of mourning, lament, wailing, crying etc

DN 22.15 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

ādevo paridevo ādevanā paridevanā ādevitattaṃ paridevitattaṃ, ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave paridevo.

parinibbāyī →

bodhirasa

who has their last death, who attains final release

MN 64 mahāmālukyasuttaṃ

no ce āsavānaṃ khayaṃ pāpuṇāti ten'eva dhammarāgena tāya dhammanandiyā pañcannaṃ orambhāgiyānaṃ saṃyojanānaṃ parikkhayā opapātiko hoti tattha parinibbāyī anāvattidhammo tasmā lokā

parisuddhatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) purity, cleanliness

MN 7 vatthasuttaṃ

taṃ kissa hetu? parisuddhattā, bhikkhave, vatthassa. evam'eva kho, bhikkhave, citte asaṃkiliṭṭhe, sugati pāṭikaṅkhā.

parivatta →

bodhirasa

changing, twisting around, moving about

SN 1.48 paṇihitācchavaggo

n'āhaṃ, bhikkhave, aññaṃ ekadhammam'pi samanupassāmi yaṃ evaṃ lahu-parivattaṃ yatha'y'idaṃ cittaṃ. yāvañ'c'idaṃ, bhikkhave, upamā'pi na sukarā yāva lahu-parivattaṃ cittan'ti.

parivaṭṭa →

bodhirasa

circle

VIN 4.6.179 kappiyabhūmi anujānanā

tena kho pana samayena jānapadā manussā bahuṃ loṇam'pi telam'pi taṇḍulam'pi khādanīyam'pi sakaṭesu āropetvā bahārāmakoṭṭhake sakaṭa-parivaṭṭaṃ karitvā acchanti

pariyatta →

bodhirasa

learned by heart, mastered

AN 5.73 paṭhamadhammavihārīsuttaṃ

puna caparaṃ, bhikkhu, bhikkhu yathāsutaṃ yathā-pariyattaṃ dhammaṃ vitthārena paresaṃ deseti.

AN 7.61 pacalāyamānasuttaṃ

no ce te evaṃ viharato taṃ middhaṃ pahīyetha tato tvaṃ moggallāna yathāsutaṃ yathā-pariyattaṃ dhammaṃ cetasā anuvitakkeyyāsi anuvicāreyyāsi manasā anupekkheyyāsi

pariyāyabhattabhojanānuyogamanuyutta →

bodhirasa

who is devoted to the practice of eating meals at intervals

DN 8.5 mahāsīhanādasuttaṃ

acelako ce'pi, kassapa, hoti, muttācāro, hatthāpalekhano ... iti evarūpaṃ addhamāsikam'pi pariyāya-bhatta-bhojan'ānuyogam'anuyutto viharati.

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

patta →

bodhirasa

bowl, alms bowl

SN 47.10 bhikkhunupassayasuttaṃ

pubbaṇhasamayaṃ nivāsetvā patta-cīvaram'ādāya

MN 139 araṇavibhaṅgasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, tad'ev'ekaccesu janapadesu, pātī'ti sañjānanti, pattan'ti sañjānanti, vittan'ti sañjānanti, sarāvan'ti sañjānanti, dhāropan'ti sañjānanti, poṇan'ti sañjānanti, pisīlavan'ti sañjānanti.

patta →

bodhirasa

wing

MN 27 cūḷa hatthipadopamasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi nāma pakkhī sakuṇo yena yen'eva ḍeti sa-patta-bhāro'va ḍeti

patta →

bodhirasa

feather

MN 27 cūḷa hatthipadopamasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi nāma pakkhī sakuṇo yena yen'eva ḍeti sa-patta-bhāro'va ḍeti

patta →

bodhirasa

leaf

ITI 76 sukhapatthanāsuttaṃ

tagarañ'ca palāsena, yo naro upanayhati, pattā'pi surabhi vāyanti, evaṃ dhīr'ūpasevanā.

TH 2 mahākoṭṭhika theragāthā

upasanto uparato, mantabhāṇī anuddhato, dhunāti pāpake dhamme, duma-pattaṃ'va māluto'ti.

patta →

bodhirasa

attained, reached, gained, found

DHP 134 daṇḍavaggo

sace n'eresi attānaṃ, kaṃso upahato yathā, esa patto'si nibbānaṃ, sārambho te na vijjati.

SN 21.1 kolitasuttaṃ

yañ'hi taṃ, āvuso, sammā vadamāno vadeyya, satthārā anuggahito sāvako mahābhiññataṃ patto'ti, mamaṃ taṃ sammā vadamāno vadeyya, satthārā anuggahito sāvako mahābhiññataṃ patto'ti.

patta →

bodhirasa

encountered, met with

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

yam'pi taṃ diṭṭhaṃ sutaṃ mutaṃ viññātaṃ pattaṃ pariyesitaṃ, anuvicaritaṃ manasā tam'pi etaṃ mama, eso'ham'asmi, eso me attā'ti samanupassati

VISM 1.9.2 karuṇā bhāvanā kathā

sabbapaṭhamaṃ tāva kiñcid'eva karuṇāyitabbarūpaṃ parama-kiccha-ppattaṃ duggataṃ durūpetaṃ kapaṇapurisaṃ … disvā, kicchaṃ vat'āyaṃ satto āpanno, app'eva nāma imamhā dukkhā mucceyyā'ti karuṇā pavattetabbā.

patta yutta →

bodhirasa

(vinaya) suitable, desirable, lit. arrived at suitability

VIN PAT PK saṅghuposatha pubbakaraṇādi vidhi

yattakā bhikkhū tassa uposathakammassa pattā yuttā anurūpā, sabbantimena paricchedena cattāro bhikkhū pakatattā, saṅghena anukkhitā, te ca kho hatthapāsaṃ avijahitvā ekasīmayaṃ ṭhitā.

pattabba →

bodhirasa

could be reached, could be attained, could be found

SN 2.26 rohitassasuttaṃ

gamanena na pattabbo, lokassanto kudācanaṃ, na ca appatvā lokantaṃ, dukkhā atthi pamocanaṃ.

AN 8.13 assājānīyasuttaṃ

āraddhavīriyo viharati, kāmaṃ taco ca nhāru ca aṭṭhi ca avasissatu, sarīre upasussatu maṃsalohitaṃ, yaṃ taṃ purisathāmena purisavīriyena purisaparakkamena pattabbaṃ, na taṃ apāpuṇitvā vīriyassa saṇṭhānaṃ bhavissatī'ti.

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.

pattakalla →

bodhirasa

suitable (for), befitting (for), agreeable (to)

VIN 5.4.7 tiṇavatthārakaṃ

yadi saṅghassa pattakallaṃ, saṅgho imaṃ adhikaraṇaṃ tiṇ'avatthārakena vūpasameyya, ṭhapetvā thullavajjaṃ, ṭhapetvā gihippaṭisaṃyuttan'ti.

VIN PAT PK saṅghuposatha pubbakaraṇādi vidhi

pattakallan'ti vuccati' kiṃ? saṅghassa uposathakammaṃ imehi catūhi lakkhaṇehi saṅghahitaṃ pattakallan'ti vuccati. pattakallavantan'ti akkhātaṃ.

pattakkhandha →

bodhirasa

slumped over, dejected, depressed, lit. fallen shoulders

MN 152 indriyabhāvanāsuttaṃ

evaṃ vutte, uttaro māṇavo pārāsiviy'antevāsī tuṇhībhūto maṅkubhūto pattakkhandho adhomukho pajjhāyanto appaṭibhāno nisīdi.

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

evaṃ vutte, ariṭṭho bhikkhu gaddhabādhipubbo tuṇhībhūto maṅkubhūto pattakkhandho adhomukho pajjhāyanto appaṭibhāno nisīdi.

pattapuṭa →

bodhirasa

leaf-wrap, container made of leaves

ITI 76 sukhapatthanāsuttaṃ

tasmā pattapuṭass'eva, ñatvā sampākam'attano, asante n'upaseveyya, sante seveyya paṇḍito, asanto nirayaṃ nenti, santo pāpenti suggatin'ti.

pattapāṇī →

bodhirasa

bowl in hand, lit. hand on bowl

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

sa pattapāṇi vicaranto, amūgo mūgasammato, appaṃ dānaṃ na hīḷeyya, dātāraṃ n'āvajāniyā.

pattavaṭṭi →

bodhirasa

leaf roll

SN 22.95 pheṇapiṇḍūpamasuttaṃ

tam'enaṃ mūle chindeyya, mūle chetvā agge chindeyya, agge chetvā pattavaṭṭiṃ vinibbhujeyya.

patteyya →

bodhirasa

could be reached, could be attained

AN 4.45 rohitassasuttaṃ

yattha kho, āvuso, na jāyati na jīyati na mīyati na cavati na upapajjati, n'āhaṃ taṃ gamanena lokassa antaṃ ñāteyyaṃ daṭṭheyyaṃ patteyyan'ti vadāmī'ti.

patti →

bodhirasa

reaching, attainment (of), getting

ITI 16 paṭhamasekhasuttaṃ

yoniso manasikāro, dhammo sekhassa bhikkhuno, natth'añño evaṃ bahukāro, uttam'atthassa pattiyā, yoniso padahaṃ bhikkhu, khayaṃ dukkhassa pāpuṇe'ti.

AN 4.37 aparihāniyasuttaṃ

evaṃ vihārī ātāpī, ahorattam'atandito, bhāvayaṃ kusalaṃ dhammaṃ, yogakkhemassa pattiyā.

pattuṃ →

bodhirasa

to attain, to reach, to arrive at

DHPa 1.6.4 mahākappinatthera vatthu

attano sāmike kāsāvadhare muṇḍakasīse disvā cittaṃ ekaggaṃ na bhaveyya, tena maggaphalāni pattuṃ na sakkuṇeyyuṃ. tasmā acalasaddhāya patiṭṭhitakāle tāsaṃ te bhikkhū arahattappatte'y'eva dassesi

pavattamāna →

bodhirasa

rolling forward, rolling down, flowing

SN 12.23 upanisasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, uparipabbate thullaphusitake deve vassante taṃ udakaṃ yathāninnaṃ pavattamānaṃ pabbatakandarapadarasākhā paripūreti

pavattati →

bodhirasa

rolls forward, rolls off

MN 152 indriyabhāvanāsuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi ānanda īsakaṃpoṇe padumapalāse udakaphusitāni pavattanti

pavattayati →

bodhirasa

bestows, gives, lit. causes to go forward

SN 3.13 doṇapākasuttaṃ

ahañ'ca te devasikaṃ kahāpaṇasataṃ niccaṃ bhikkhaṃ pavattayissāmī'ti

paññatta →

bodhirasa

prepared (seat)

SN 47.10 bhikkhunupassayasuttaṃ

upasaṅkamitvā paññatte āsane nisīdi

MN 61 ambalaṭṭhika rāhulovādasuttaṃ

nisīdi bhagavā paññatte āsane. nisajja pāde pakkhālesi.

paññatta →

bodhirasa

formulated, prescribed, decreed, declared (a rule)

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, bhikkhave, yaṃ mayā sāvakānaṃ sikkhāpadaṃ paññattaṃ taṃ mama sāvakā jīvitahetu'pi n'ātikkamanti

VIN 4.1.41 rāhula vatthu

atha kho āyasmato sāriputtassa etad'ahosi, bhagavatā paññattaṃ, na ekena dve sāmaṇerā upaṭṭhāpetabbā'ti.

paṭibhanda →

bodhirasa

attached to, bound to, connected to

SN 22.102 aniccasaññāsuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, ambapiṇḍiyā vaṇṭacchinnāya yāni tattha ambāni vaṇṭa-paṭibandhāni sabbāni tāni tad'anvayāni bhavanti

paṭissatimattāya →

bodhirasa

for mere mindfulness, for mere self-awareness

DN 22.2 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

atthi kāyo'ti vā pan'assa sati paccupaṭṭhitā hoti yāva'd'eva ñāṇamattāya paṭissatimattāya anissito ca viharati na ca kiñci loke upādiyati

paṭiyatta →

bodhirasa

prepared, arranged

BV 2 sumedha patthanā kathā

nerañjarāya tīramhi, pāyāsaṃ ada so jino, paṭiyatta-vara-maggena, bodhimūlamupehiti.

paṭiyatta →

bodhirasa

dressed, done up, decorated

DHPa 1.5.1 aññatarapurisa vatthu

rājā kira pasenadi kosalo ekasmiṃ chaṇadivase alaṅkata-paṭiyattaṃ sabbasetaṃ ekaṃ puṇḍarīkaṃ nāma hatthiṃ abhiruyha mahantena rājānubhāvena nagaraṃ padakkhiṇaṃ karoti

piyatta →

bodhirasa

affection, being loved

AN 8.2 paññāsuttaṃ

addhā ayam'āyasmā jānaṃ jānāti passaṃ passatī'ti. ayam'pi dhammo piyattāya garuttāya bhāvanāya sāmaññāya ekībhāvāya saṃvattati.

purakkhata →

bodhirasa

attacked (by), assailed (by), afflicted (by), beset (by)

DHP 342 taṇhāvaggo

tasiṇāya purakkhatā pajā, parisappanti saso'va bādhito, saṃyojanasaṅgasattakā, dukkham'upenti punappunaṃ cirāya.

purebhattaṃ →

bodhirasa

in the morning, before noon, lit. before the meal

DHPa 1.1.1 cakkhupālatthera vatthu

tesu ariyasāvakānaṃ dve'y'eva kiccāni ahesuṃ. purebhattaṃ dānaṃ denti, pacchābhattaṃ gandhamālādihatthā vatthabhesajjapānakādīni gāhāpetvā dhammassavanatthāya gacchanti.

puttamatta →

bodhirasa

young enough to be one’s son, lit. son measure

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

tassa evaṃ hoti, mayaṃ kho pubbe agāriyabhūtā samānā aññe ovadāma'pi anusāsāma'pi. ime pan'amhākaṃ puttamattā maññe nattamattā maññe ovaditabbaṃ anusāsitabbaṃ maññantī'ti.

pāpuṇi →

bodhirasa

reached, arrived, attained, experienced

DHPa 1.1.1 cakkhupālatthera vatthu

upakaṭṭhāya pavāraṇāya sabb'eva saha paṭisambhidāhi arahattaṃ pāpuṇiṃsu

pāpuṇituṃ →

bodhirasa

to reach, to arrive at, to attain, to experience

AN 4.45 rohitassasuttaṃ

yattha nu kho, bhante, na jāyati na jīyati na mīyati na cavati na upapajjati, sakkā nu kho so, bhante, gamanena lokassa anto ñātuṃ vā daṭṭhuṃ vā pāpuṇituṃ vā'ti?

pāpuṇitvā →

bodhirasa

having reached, having attained

BV 2.56 sumedha patthanā kathā

kiṃ me ekena tiṇṇena, purisena thāmadassinā, sabbaññutaṃ pāpuṇitvā, santāressaṃ sadevakaṃ.

pāpuṇāti →

bodhirasa

reaches, arrives, attains, experiences

DHP 138 daṇḍavaggo

vedanaṃ pharusaṃ jāniṃ, sarīrassa ca bhedanaṃ, garukaṃ vā'pi ābādhaṃ, cittakkhepañ'ca pāpuṇe.

AN 5.23 upakkilesasuttaṃ

yassa kassaci ca abhiññāsacchikaraṇīyassa dhammassa cittaṃ abhininnāmeti abhiññāsacchikiriyāya tatra tatr'eva sakkhibhabbataṃ pāpuṇāti sati sati āyatane.

pūratta →

bodhirasa

fullness

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

puna caparaṃ, bhikkhave, yā ca loke savantiyo mahāsamuddaṃ appenti, yā ca antalikkhā dhārā papatanti, na tena mahāsamuddassa ūnattaṃ vā pūrattaṃ vā paññāyati

ratta →

bodhirasa

dyed, coloured

MN 7 vatthasuttaṃ

tam'enaṃ rajako yasmiṃ yasmiṃ raṅgajāte upasaṃhareyya, yadi nīlakāya yadi pītakāya yadi lohitakāya yadi mañjiṭṭhakāya, su-ratta-vaṇṇam'evassa parisuddhavaṇṇamevassa.

ratta →

bodhirasa

infatuated (with), delighted (in), fond (of)

JA 537 mahāsutasoma jātakaṃ

evaṃ pamatto rasagārave ratto, bālo yadī āyati n'āvabujjhati, vidhamma putte caji ñātake ca, parivattiya attānam'eva khādati.

SNP 58 puṇṇaka māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 3

āsīsanti thomayanti abhijappanti juhanti, kām'ābhijappanti paṭicca lābhaṃ, te yājayogā bhavarāga-rattā, n'ātariṃsu jātijaran'ti brūmi.

rāgaratta →

bodhirasa

filled with passion, infatuated with lust

DHP 347 taṇhāvaggo

ye rāgaratā-anupatanti sotaṃ, sayaṃkataṃ makkaṭako'va jālaṃ, etam'pi chetvāna vajanti dhīrā, anapekkhino sabbadukkhaṃ pahāya.

SNP 58 puṇṇaka māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 3

āsīsanti thomayanti abhijappanti juhanti, kām'ābhijappanti paṭicca lābhaṃ, te yājayogā bhava-rāgarattā, n'ātariṃsu jātijaran'ti brūmi.

rāgarāgī →

bodhirasa

who is infatuated by infatuation, who desires desire, who is attached to attachment

SNP 42 suddhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 4

sīm'ātigo brāhmaṇo tassa n'atthi, ñatvā va disvā va samuggahītaṃ, na rāgarāgī na virāgaratto, tass'īdha natthī param'uggahītan'ti.

rājamahāmatta →

bodhirasa

royal minister, cabinet member

SN 47.8 sūdasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, bālo abyatto akusalo sūdo rājānaṃ vā rājamahāmattaṃ vā nānaccayehi sūpehi paccupaṭṭhito assa.

AN 3.51 mahācorasuttaṃ

kathañ'ca, bhikkhave, mahācoro balavanissito hoti? idha, bhikkhave, mahācoro rājānaṃ vā rājamahāmattānaṃ vā nissito hoti.

rūpatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) being material, having form

SN 22.79 khajjanīyasuttaṃ

rūpaṃ rūpattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, vedanaṃ vedanattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, saññaṃ saññattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, saṅkhāre saṅkhārattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, viññāṇaṃ viññāṇattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti

sabbasattā →

bodhirasa

all living beings

KHP 9 karaṇīya mettasuttaṃ

diṭṭhā vā y'eva addiṭṭhā, ye ca dūre vasanti avidūre, bhūtā vā sambhavesī vā, sabbasattā bhavantu sukhit'attā.

VISM 1.9.2 karuṇā bhāvanā kathā

kathañ'ca bhikkhu karuṇāsahagatena cetasā ekaṃ disaṃ pharitvā viharati? seyyathā'pi nāma ekaṃ puggalaṃ duggataṃ durūpetaṃ disvā karuṇāyeyya, evam'eva sabbasatte karuṇāya pharatī'ti

sabbattata →

bodhirasa

all encompassing, all pervading, lit. all spread out

MN 7 vatthasuttaṃ

iti uddham'adho tiriyaṃ sabbadhi sabbattatāya sabbāvantaṃ lokaṃ mettāsahagatena cetasā vipulena mahaggatena appamāṇena averena abyāpajjena pharitvā viharati.

sabbūpadhipaṭinissagga →

bodhirasa

letting go all attachment, releasing all “my making”

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

so suṇāti tathāgatassa vā tathāgatasāvakassa vā sabbesaṃ diṭṭhiṭṭhāna-adhiṭṭhāna-pariyuṭṭhāna-abhinivesa-anusayānaṃ samugghātāya sabbasaṅkhārasamathāya sabb'ūpadhipaṭinissaggāya taṇhākkhayāya virāgāya nirodhāya nibbānāya dhammaṃ desentassa.

MN 64 mahāmālukyasuttaṃ

etaṃ santaṃ etaṃ paṇītaṃ yad'idaṃ sabbasaṅkhārasamatho sabbūpadhipaṭinissaggo taṇhākkhayo virāgo nirodho nibbānan'ti

sacchikaraṇīya →

bodhirasa

realizable by oneself, achievable, attainable, lit. able to be experienced

AN 5.23 upakkilesasuttaṃ

yassa kassaci ca abhiññā-sacchikaraṇīyassa dhammassa cittaṃ abhininnāmeti abhiññā-sacchikiriyāya tatra tatr'eva sakkhibhabbataṃ pāpuṇāti sati sati āyatane.

AN 3.102 paṃsudhovakasuttaṃ

yassa yassa ca abhiññā sacchikaraṇīyassa dhammassa cittaṃ abhininnāmeti abhiññā sacchikiriyāya tatra tatr'eva sakkhibhabbataṃ pāpuṇāti sati satiāyatane.

sakaṭaparivatta →

bodhirasa

lager, circle of carts

VIN 4.6.179 kappiyabhūmi anujānanā

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

sakiñcana →

bodhirasa

who has something, who has worldly attachment

UD 16 gabbhinīsuttaṃ

sukhino vata ye akiñcanā, vedaguno hi janā akiñcanā, sakiñcanaṃ passa vihaññamānaṃ, jano janasmiṃ paṭibandhacitto.

sallakatta →

bodhirasa

surgeon, field surgeon, lit. cut out the arrow

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, sunakkhatta, puriso sallena viddho assa savisena gāḷhūpalepanena. tassa mittāmaccā ñātisālohitā bhisakkaṃ sallakattaṃ upaṭṭhāpeyyuṃ.

ITI 100 brāhmaṇadhammayāgasuttaṃ

aham'asmi, bhikkhave, brāhmaṇo yācayogo sadā payatapāṇi antimadehadharo anuttaro bhisakko sallakatto.

samadhigacchati →

bodhirasa

attains, clearly understands, totally gets

TH 4 puṇṇa theragāthā

sabbhi'r'eva samāsetha, paṇḍiteh'atthadassibhi, atthaṃ mahantaṃ gambhīraṃ, duddasaṃ nipuṇaṃ aṇuṃ, dhīrā samadhigacchanti, appamattā vicakkhaṇā'ti.

samappatta →

bodhirasa

balanced, lit. reached evenness

AN 6.10 mahānāmasuttaṃ

ayaṃ vuccati, mahānāma, ariyasāvako visamagatāya pajāya samappatto viharati, sabyāpajjāya pajāya abyāpajjo viharati, dhammasotaṃ samāpanno sīlānussatiṃ bhāveti.

samativattati →

bodhirasa

transcends, surpasses

SNP 39 kāmasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 1

yo kāme parivajjeti, sappass'eva padā siro, so imaṃ visattikaṃ loke, sato samativattati.

samatta →

bodhirasa

complete, perfect

MN 152 indriyabhāvanāsuttaṃ

majjhimanikāyo samatto

SNP 50 cūḷabyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 12

atisāradiṭṭhiyā'va so samatto, mānena matto paripuṇṇamānī, sayam'eva sāmaṃ manas'ābhisitto, diṭṭhī hi sā tassa tathā samattā.

samatta →

bodhirasa

conclusion, outcome

SNP 41 duṭṭhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 3

sakañ'hi diṭṭhiṃ katham'accayeyya, chand'ānunīto ruciyā niviṭṭho, sayaṃ samattāni pakubbamāno, yathā hi jāneyya tathā vadeyya.

sameta →

bodhirasa

attained, come to, arrived at (a state of being)

SNP 49 kalahavivādasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 11

kathaṃ sametassa vibhoti rūpaṃ, sukhaṃ dukhañ'cā'pi kathaṃ vibhoti, etaṃ me pabrūhi yathā vibhoti, taṃ jāniyāmā'ti me mano ahu.

samitatta →

bodhirasa

calmness, state of being calm, state of being at peace

DHP 265 dhammaṭṭhavaggo

yo ca sameti pāpāni, aṇuṃ thūlāni sabbaso, samitattā hi pāpānaṃ, samaṇo'ti pavuccati.

sammatta →

bodhirasa

intoxicated (by), maddened (by), crazed (by)

DHP 287 maggavaggo

taṃ puttapasu-sammattaṃ, byāsattamanasaṃ naraṃ, suttaṃ gāmaṃ mahogho'va, maccu ādāya gacchati.

AN 7.64 kodhanasuttaṃ

kodha-sammada-sammatto, āyasakyaṃ nigacchati, ñātimittā suhajjā ca, parivajjanti kodhanaṃ.

sammatta →

bodhirasa

goodness, correctness, rightness, perfection

SN 25.1 cakkhusuttaṃ

yo, bhikkhave, ime dhamme evaṃ saddahati adhimuccati, ayaṃ vuccati saddh'ānusārī, okkanto sammatta-niyāmaṃ, sappurisabhūmiṃ okkanto, vītivatto puthujjanabhūmiṃ.

sammattaniyāma →

bodhirasa

path with an inevitable destination, fixed correct course

SN 25.1 cakkhusuttaṃ

yo, bhikkhave, ime dhamme evaṃ saddahati adhimuccati, ayaṃ vuccati saddh'ānusārī, okkanto sammattaniyāmaṃ, sappurisabhūmiṃ okkanto, vītivatto puthujjanabhūmiṃ.

sampadā →

bodhirasa

attainment, achievement

MN 30 cūḷa sāropamasuttaṃ

iti kho bhikkhave na'y'idaṃ brahmacariyaṃ lābha-sakkāra-silok-ānisaṃsaṃ na sīla-sampadā-ānisaṃsaṃ na samādhi-sampadā-ānisaṃsaṃ na ñāṇadassan'ānisaṃsaṃ

samparivatta →

bodhirasa

rolling around, twisting and turning

DHP 325 nāgavaggo

middhī yadā hoti mahagghaso ca, niddāyitā samparivatta-sāyī, mahāvarāho'va nivāpapuṭṭho, punappunaṃ gabbham'upeti mando.

samparivattasāyī →

bodhirasa

rolling around in sleep, twisting and turning in sleep

DHP 325 nāgavaggo

middhī yadā hoti mahagghaso ca, niddāyitā samparivattasāyī, mahāvarāho'va nivāpapuṭṭho, punappunaṃ gabbham'upeti mando.

sampatta →

bodhirasa

reached, arrived, is here

VIN PAT PK saṅghuposatha pubbakaraṇādi vidhi

eko uposatho sampatto, dve uposathā atikkantā, pañca uposathā avasiṭṭhā.

DHPa 2.18.10 meṇḍakaseṭṭhi vatthu

so aparena samayena chātakabhaye sampatte yathānikkhittaṃ dhaññaṃ paribhuñjanto koṭṭhesu ca cāṭiādīsu ca nikkhittadhaññe parikkhīṇe parijane pakkosāpetvā āha.

samādhisaṃvattanika →

bodhirasa

conducive to mental composure, leading to samādhi

AN 10.176 cundasuttaṃ

pharusavāco hoti. yā sā vācā aṇḍakā kakkasā parakaṭukā parābhisajjanī kodhasāmantā a-samādhisaṃvattanikā, tathārūpiṃ vācaṃ bhāsitā hoti

AN 6.10 mahānāmasuttaṃ

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

samāhita →

bodhirasa

attained, having, who has

DHP 229 kodhavaggo

yaṃ ce viññū pasaṃsanti, anuvicca suve suve, acchiddavuttiṃ medhāviṃ, paññā-sīla-samāhitaṃ.

samāhitatta →

bodhirasa

self-composed, internally settled, inwardly focused

TH 259 sāriputtattheragāthā

yathācārī yathāsato satīmā, yatasaṅkappajjhāyi appamatto, ajjhattarato samāhit'atto, eko santusito tam'āhu bhikkhuṃ.

SNP 54 sāriputtasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 16

okkhittacakkhu na ca pādalolo, jhān'ānuyutto bahujāgarassa, upekkham'ārabbha samāhit'atto, takk'āsayaṃ kukkucciy'ūpachinde.

samāpajjati →

bodhirasa

enters, engages (in), attains

AN 9.35 gāvīupamāsuttaṃ

yato kho, bhikkhave, bhikkhu taṃ tad'eva samāpattiṃ samāpajjati'pi vuṭṭhāti'pi, tassa mudu cittaṃ hoti kammaññaṃ. mudunā kammaññena cittena appamāṇo samādhi hoti subhāvito.

samāpajjitvā →

bodhirasa

having entered, having attained

SN 6.5 aññatarabrahmasuttaṃ

atha kho bhagavā tassa brahmuno upari vehāsaṃ pallaṅkena nisīdi tejodhātuṃ samāpajjitvā

samāpanna →

bodhirasa

entered, reached, attained

SN 36.15 paṭhamāanandasuttaṃ

paṭhamaṃ jhānaṃ samāpannassa vācā vūpasantā hoti

AN 6.10 mahānāmasuttaṃ

ayaṃ vuccati, mahānāma, ariyasāvako visamagatāya pajāya samappatto viharati, sabyāpajjāya pajāya abyāpajjo viharati, dhammasotaṃ samāpanno sīlānussatiṃ bhāveti.

samāpatti →

bodhirasa

attainment, meditation attainment

MN 43 mahāvedallasuttaṃ

kati pan'āvuso, paccayā adukkhamasukhāya cetovimuttiyā samāpattiyā'ti? cattāro kho, āvuso, paccayā adukkhamasukhāya cetovimuttiyā samāpattiyā.

SN 34.1 samādhi mūlaka samāpattisuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, bhikkhave, yv'āyaṃ jhāyī samādhismiṃ samādhikusalo ca hoti samādhismiṃ samāpatti-kusalo ca ayaṃ imesaṃ catunnaṃ jhāyīnaṃ aggo ca seṭṭho ca mokkho ca uttamo ca pavaro cā'ti.

samāpattikusala →

bodhirasa

skilled in attainment

SN 34.1 samādhi mūlaka samāpattisuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, bhikkhave, yv'āyaṃ jhāyī samādhismiṃ samādhikusalo ca hoti samādhismiṃ samāpattikusalo ca ayaṃ imesaṃ catunnaṃ jhāyīnaṃ aggo ca seṭṭho ca mokkho ca uttamo ca pavaro cā'ti.

santatta →

bodhirasa

heated, made red-hot

SN 46.55 saṅgāravasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, brāhmaṇa, udapatto agginā santatto pakkuthito usmudakajāto. tattha cakkhumā puriso sakaṃ mukhanimittaṃ paccavekkhamāno yathābhūtaṃ na jāneyya na passeyya.

MN 152 indriyabhāvanāsuttaṃ

divasaṃ-santatte ayokaṭāhe dve vā tīṇi vā udakaphusitāni nipāteyya

sapatta →

bodhirasa

enemy, foe, rival

AN 7.64 kodhanasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, sapatto sapattassa evaṃ icchati, aho vat'āyaṃ dubbaṇṇo assā'ti!

sapattabhāra →

bodhirasa

carrying only wings, carrying only feathers

MN 27 cūḷa hatthipadopamasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi nāma pakkhī sakuṇo yena yen'eva ḍeti sapattabhāro'va ḍeti

sarapatta →

bodhirasa

reed blade, reed leaf

SN 35.247 chappāṇakasuttaṃ

tassa kusakaṇṭakā c'eva pāde vijjheyyuṃ, sarapattāni ca gattāni vilekheyyuṃ.

satta →

bodhirasa

seven (7)

AN 8.30 anuruddha mahāvitakkasuttaṃ

sādhu kho tvaṃ anuruddha satta mahāpurisavitakke vitakkesi

SNP 28 padhānasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 2

satta vassāni bhagavantaṃ, anubandhiṃ padāpadaṃ, otāraṃ n'ādhigacchissaṃ, sambuddhassa satīmato.

satta →

bodhirasa

being, living being

AN 4.49 vipallāsasuttaṃ

anicce niccasaññino, dukkhe ca sukhasaññino, anattani ca attā'ti, asubhe subhasaññino, micchādiṭṭhihatā sattā, khittacittā visaññino.

SN 20.2 nakhasikhasuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, bhikkhave, appakā te sattā ye manussesu paccājāyanti. atha kho ete'y'eva bahutarā sattā ye aññatra manussehi paccājāyanti.

satta →

bodhirasa

clung (to), stuck (to)

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

hitvā icchañ'ca lobhañ'ca, yattha satto puthujjano, cakkhumā paṭipajjeyya, tareyya narakaṃ imaṃ.

SNP 40 guhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 2

satto guhāyaṃ bahun'ābhichanno, tiṭṭhaṃ naro mohanasmiṃ pagāḷho, dūre vivekā hi tathāvidho so, kāmā hi loke na hi suppahāyā.

sattadhā →

bodhirasa

in 7 pieces

MN 35 cūḷa saccakasuttaṃ

etth'evassa sattadhā muddhā phalatī'ti

DN 19.8 mahāgovindasuttaṃ

ko nu kho, bho, pahoti imaṃ mahāpathaviṃ uttarena āyataṃ dakkhiṇena sakaṭamukhaṃ sattadhā samaṃ suvibhattaṃ vibhajitun'ti?

sattahākārehi →

bodhirasa

in seven ways

VISM 1.9.2 karuṇā bhāvanā kathā

tato paraṃ, pañcah'ākārehi anodhisopharaṇā sattah'ākārehi odhisopharaṇā dasah'ākārehi disāpharaṇā'ti ayaṃ vikubbanā, sukhaṃ supatī'tiādayo ānisaṃsā ca mettāyaṃ vuttanayen'eva veditabbā'ti.

sattaka →

bodhirasa

group of 7, seven kinds

DHP 342 taṇhāvaggo

tasiṇāya purakkhatā pajā, parisappanti saso'va bādhito, saṃyojana-saṅga-sattakā, dukkham'upenti punappunaṃ cirāya.

sattama →

bodhirasa

seventh (7th)

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

ayaṃ, bhikkhave, mahāsamudde sattamo acchariyo abbhuto dhammo, yaṃ disvā disvā asurā mahāsamudde abhiramanti

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

mahāmāyā'pi devī pure puṇṇamāya sattama-divasato paṭṭhāya vigatasurāpānaṃ mālāgandhavibhūtisampannaṃ nakkhattakīḷaṃ anubhavamānā sattame divase pāto'va uṭṭhāya gandhodakena nhāyitvā cattāri satasahassāni vissajjetvā mahādānaṃ datvā sabbālaṅkāravibhūsitā varabhojanaṃ bhuñjitvā uposathaṅgāni adhiṭṭhāya alaṅkatapaṭiyattaṃ sirigabbhaṃ pavisitvā sirisayane nipannā niddaṃ okkamamānā imaṃ supinaṃ addasa.

sattama →

bodhirasa

best, most excellent

AN 7.6 vitthatadhanasuttaṃ

saddhādhanaṃ sīladhanaṃ, hirī ottappiyaṃ dhanaṃ, sutadhanañ'ca cāgo ca, paññā ve sattamaṃ dhanaṃ.

sattamī →

bodhirasa

optative mood, potential mood

sattamī vibhatti →

bodhirasa

locative case

sattanikāya →

bodhirasa

group of beings, class of beings, order of beings

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.

sattavassika →

bodhirasa

seven year old, lasting seven years, for seven years

VIN 4.8.205 rājagahaseṭṭhi vatthu

tena kho pana samayena rājagahakassa seṭṭhissa sattavassiko sīsābādho hoti. bahū mahantā mahantā disāpāmokkhā vejjā āgantvā n'āsakkhiṃsu arogaṃ kātuṃ.

sattaṭṭhānakusala →

bodhirasa

skilled in seven subjects

SN 22.57 sattaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

sattaṭṭhānakusalo, bhikkhave, bhikkhu tividhūpaparikkhī imasmiṃ dhammavinaye kevalī vusitavā uttamapuriso'ti vuccati.

sattāha →

bodhirasa

week, seven days

DN 19.15 mahāgovindasuttaṃ

atha kho bho mahāgovindo brāhmaṇo tassa sattāhassa accayena kesamassuṃ ohāretvā kāsāyāni vatthāni acchādetvā agārasmā anagāriyaṃ pabbaji

VIN 4.3.110 pañcannaṃ appahitepi anujānanā

ahañ'hi gilāno, āgacchantu bhikkhū, icchāmi bhikkhūnaṃ āgatan'ti, gantabbaṃ, bhikkhave, sattāha-karaṇīyena, appahitepi, pag'eva pahite.

sattānisaṃsā →

bodhirasa

seven benefits, seven advantages

SN 46.3 sīlasuttaṃ

evaṃ bhāvitesu kho, bhikkhave, sattasu sambojjhaṅgesu evaṃ bahulīkatesu satta phalā satt'ānisaṃsā pāṭikaṅkhā. katame satta phalā satt'ānisaṃsā?

saupādisesa →

bodhirasa

with fuel remaining, with remaining attachment

SNP 24 nigrodhakappasuttaṃ cūḷavaggo 12

yad'atthikaṃ, brahmacariyaṃ acarī, kappāyano kacci'ssa taṃ amoghaṃ, nibbāyi so ādu saupādiseso, yathā vimutto ahu taṃ suṇoma.

saññasatta →

bodhirasa

attached to perception, stuck in concepts

SNP 42 suddhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 4

sayaṃ samādāya vatāni jantu, ucc'āvacaṃ gacchati saññasatto, vidvā ca vedehi samecca dhammaṃ, na ucc'āvacaṃ gacchati bhūripañño.

saññatta →

bodhirasa

state of being perceived, as perception

SN 22.79 khajjanīyasuttaṃ

rūpaṃ rūpattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, vedanaṃ vedanattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, saññaṃ saññattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, saṅkhāre saṅkhārattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, viññāṇaṃ viññāṇattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti

saññāvimokkha →

bodhirasa

meditation attainment with sense perception

SNP 61 upasīva māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 6

sabbesu kāmesu yo vītarāgo, ākiñcaññaṃ nissito hitvā m'aññaṃ, saññāvimokkhe parame'dhimutto, tiṭṭheyya so tattha anānuyāyī.

saṃvattanika →

bodhirasa

leading to, conducive to

AN 10.176 cundasuttaṃ

pharusavāco hoti. yā sā vācā aṇḍakā kakkasā parakaṭukā parābhisajjanī kodhasāmantā asamādhi-saṃvattanikā, tathārūpiṃ vācaṃ bhāsitā hoti

saṃvattati →

bodhirasa

leads (to)

AN 2.19 adhikaraṇavaggo

yasmā ca kho, bhikkhave, akusalaṃ pahīnaṃ hitāya sukhāya saṃvattati tasm'āhaṃ evaṃ vadāmi, akusalaṃ, bhikkhave, pajahathā'ti.

SN 22.59 anattalakkhaṇasuttaṃ

saṅkhārā ca h'idaṃ, bhikkhave, attā abhavissaṃsu, na'y'idaṃ saṅkhārā ābādhāya saṃvatteyyuṃ, labbhetha ca saṅkhāresu, evaṃ me saṅkhārā hontu, evaṃ me saṅkhārā mā ahesun'ti.

saṃvaṭṭakappa →

bodhirasa

aeon of universal evolution

DN 2.29 sāmaññaphalasuttaṃ

so anekavihitaṃ pubbenivāsaṃ anussarati, seyyathidaṃ ... aneke'pi saṃvaṭṭakappe aneke'pi vivaṭṭakappe aneke'pi saṃvaṭṭavivaṭṭakappe.

saṃyatatta →

bodhirasa

self-controlled, self-restrained

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

yo ca jānaṃ saṃyat'atto, jānaṃ na bahu bhāsati, sa munī monam'arahati, sa munī monam'ajjhagā'ti.

saṃyoga →

bodhirasa

bond, fetter, tie, attachment

SN 22.95 pheṇapiṇḍūpamasuttaṃ

jaheyya sabba-saṃyogaṃ, kareyya saraṇ'attano, careyy'ādittasīso'va, patthayaṃ accutaṃ padan'ti.

saṃyoga →

bodhirasa

attachment, association

AN 8.53 saṃkhittasuttaṃ

saṃyogāya saṃvattanti no visaṃyogāya

saṃyoga →

bodhirasa

conjunct consonant, double consonant, lit. attachment

bālāvatāra sandhi kaṇḍa

saṃyogato pubbe eo rassā iv'occante kvaci, anantarā byañjanā saṃyogo.

saṅga →

bodhirasa

sticking, clinging, attachment, holding on

DHP 342 taṇhāvaggo

tasiṇāya purakkhatā pajā, parisappanti saso'va bādhito, saṃyojana-saṅga-sattakā, dukkham'upenti punappunaṃ cirāya.

SNP 59 mettagū māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 4

vidvā ca yo vedagū naro idha, bhav'ābhave saṅgam'imaṃ visajja, so vītataṇho anīgho nirāso, atāri so jātijaranti brūmī'ti.

saṅghāṭipattacīvara →

bodhirasa

outer robe, bowl and robe

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

evaṃ te abhikkamitabbaṃ, evaṃ te paṭikkamitabbaṃ, evaṃ te āloketabbaṃ, evaṃ te viloketabbaṃ, evaṃ te samiñjitabbaṃ, evaṃ te pasāritabbaṃ, evaṃ te saṅghāṭipattacīvaraṃ dhāretabban'ti.

saṅkhāratta →

bodhirasa

(state of being) thought process

SN 22.79 khajjanīyasuttaṃ

rūpaṃ rūpattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, vedanaṃ vedanattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, saññaṃ saññattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, saṅkhāre saṅkhārattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, viññāṇaṃ viññāṇattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti

setacchatta →

bodhirasa

white parasol, white sunshade, symbol of dignity

APA 12 ānanda therāpadānaṃ

hatthikkhandhagato āsiṃ, setacchattaṃ varuttamaṃ, sucārurūpaṃ disvāna, vitti me udapajjatha.

sita →

bodhirasa

bound, tied to, attached to

SNP 58 puṇṇaka māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 3

ye kec'ime isayo manujā, khattiyā brāhmaṇā devatānaṃ, yaññam'akappayiṃsu puthū'dha loke, āsīsamānā puṇṇaka itthattaṃ, jaraṃ sitā yaññam'akappayiṃsu.

SNP 42 suddhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 4

purimaṃ pahāya aparaṃ sitāse, ej'ānugā te na taranti saṅgaṃ, te uggahāyanti nirassajanti, kapī'va sākhaṃ pamuñcaṃ gahāyaṃ.

socitatta →

bodhirasa

bereavement, state of grief, state of sorrow, state of sadness

DN 22.15 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

katamo ca, bhikkhave, soko? yo kho, bhikkhave, aññataraññatarena byasanena samannāgatassa aññataraññatarena dukkhadhammena phuṭṭhassa soko socanā socitattaṃ antosoko antoparisoko, ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, soko

sopadhīka →

bodhirasa

who has attachments

SNP 42 suddhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 4

diṭṭhena ce suddhi narassa hoti, ñāṇena vā so pajahāti dukkhaṃ, aññena so sujjhati sopadhīko, diṭṭhī hi naṃ pāva tathā vadānaṃ.

suggahitatta →

bodhirasa

(state of being) well learned, well grasped

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

tesaṃ te dhammā suggahitā dīgharattaṃ hitāya sukhāya saṃvattanti. taṃ kissa hetu? suggahitattā bhikkhave dhammānaṃ.

sukhitatta →

bodhirasa

happy mind, easy going, lit. easy self

KHP 9 karaṇīya mettasuttaṃ

diṭṭhā vā y'eva addiṭṭhā, ye ca dūre vasanti avidūre, bhūtā vā sambhavesī vā, sabbasattā bhavantu sukhit'attā.

sunakkhatta →

bodhirasa

auspicious occasion

AN 3.156 pubbaṇhasuttaṃ

sunakkhattaṃ sumaṅgalaṃ, suppabhātaṃ suvuṭṭhitaṃ, sukhaṇo sumuhutto ca, suyiṭṭhaṃ brahmacārisu.

surattavaṇṇa →

bodhirasa

well dyed colour

MN 7 vatthasuttaṃ

tam'enaṃ rajako yasmiṃ yasmiṃ raṅgajāte upasaṃhareyya, yadi nīlakāya yadi pītakāya yadi lohitakāya yadi mañjiṭṭhakāya, surattavaṇṇam'evassa parisuddhavaṇṇamevassa.

susallikhitagatta →

bodhirasa

well shaped body, lit. well carved limbs

SN 3.13 doṇapākasuttaṃ

atha kho rājā pasenadi kosalo aparena samayena susallikhitagatto pāṇinā gattāni anumajjanto tāyaṃ velāyaṃ imaṃ udānaṃ udānesi

sutamatta →

bodhirasa

merely what is heard, only what is heard, as much as is heard

SN 35.95 mālukyaputtasuttaṃ

ettha ca te, māluṅkyaputta, diṭṭhasutamutaviññātabbesu dhammesu diṭṭhe diṭṭhamattaṃ bhavissati, sute sutamattaṃ bhavissati, mute mutamattaṃ bhavissati, viññāte viññātamattaṃ bhavissati.

suvibhatta →

bodhirasa

well divided, evenly divided

DN 19.8 mahāgovindasuttaṃ

ko nu kho, bho, pahoti imaṃ mahāpathaviṃ uttarena āyataṃ dakkhiṇena sakaṭamukhaṃ sattadhā samaṃ suvibhattaṃ vibhajitun'ti

suvibhatta →

bodhirasa

well analysed, well explained, lit. well divided

AN 10.44 kusinārasuttaṃ

ubhayāni kho pana me pātimokkhāni vitthārena svāgatāni honti suvibhattāni suppavattīni suvinicchitāni suttaso anubyañjanaso.

svātivatta →

bodhirasa

easily overcome, easily transcended, easy to get past

SNP 41 duṭṭhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 3

diṭṭhīnivesā na hi svātivattā, dhammesu niccheyya samuggahītaṃ, tasmā naro tesu nivesanesu, nirassatī ādiyatī ca dhammaṃ.

sāratta →

bodhirasa

enamoured, charmed, infatuated

SN 35.95 mālukyaputtasuttaṃ

rūpaṃ disvā sati muṭṭhā, piyaṃ nimittaṃ manasi karoto, sāratta-citto vedeti, tañ'ca ajjhosa tiṭṭhati.

sārattaratta →

bodhirasa

with strong infatuation (for), totally obsessed (with)

DHP 345 taṇhāvaggo

na taṃ daḷhaṃ bandhanam'āhu dhīrā, yad'āyasaṃ dārujapabbajañ'ca, sārattarattā maṇikuṇḍalesu, puttesu dāresu ca yā apekkhā.

sārāga →

bodhirasa

passion, infatuation, attachment to

AN 3.113 dutiyanidānasuttaṃ

etam'ahaṃ, bhikkhave, saṃyojanaṃ vadāmi yo cetaso sārāgo. evaṃ kho, bhikkhave, atīte chandarāgaṭṭhāniye dhamme ārabbha chando jāyati.

sātasita →

bodhirasa

attached to pleasure, clinging to comfort

DHP 341 taṇhāvaggo

saritāni sinehitāni ca, somanassāni bhavanti jantuno, te sātasitā sukhesino, te ve jātijar'ūpagā narā.

sīlavatta →

bodhirasa

observance of morality, good conduct

SN 6.4 bakabrahmasuttaṃ

yaṃ tvaṃ apāyesi bahū manusse, pipāsite ghammani samparete, taṃ te purāṇaṃ vata-sīlavattaṃ, suttappabuddhova anussarāmi.

tatta →

bodhirasa

heated, hot, glowing

DHP 308 nirayavaggo

seyyo ayoguḷo bhutto, tatto aggisikh'ūpamo, yañ'ce bhuñjeyya dussīlo, raṭṭhapiṇḍam'asaññato.

TH 264 vaṅgīsa theragāthā

paroparaṃ ariyadhammaṃ viditvā, mā mohayī jānam'anomavīriya, vāriṃ yathā ghammani ghamma-tatto, vāc'ābhikaṅkhāmi sutaṃ pavassa.

taṇhā →

bodhirasa

attachment

DHPa 1.5.3 ānandaseṭṭhi vatthu

bālo putta-taṇhāya c'eva dhana-taṇhāya ca haññati vihaññati dukkhayati

telapatta →

bodhirasa

bowl of oil

SN 47.20 janapadakalyāṇīsuttaṃ

tam'enaṃ evaṃ vadeyya, ayaṃ te, ambho purisa, samatittiko telapatto antarena ca mahāsamajjaṃ antarena ca janapadakalyāṇiyā pariharitabbo.

timirāyitatta →

bodhirasa

a cloud of darkness

SN 4.23 godhikasuttaṃ

tena kho pana samayena dhūmāyitattaṃ timirāyitattaṃ gacchateva purimaṃ disaṃ, gacchati pacchimaṃ disaṃ, gacchati uttaraṃ disaṃ, gacchati dakkhiṇaṃ disaṃ, gacchati uddhaṃ, gacchati adho, gacchati anudisaṃ.

udakapatta →

bodhirasa

bowl of water

AN 10.51 sacittasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, itthī vā puriso vā daharo yuvā maṇḍanakajātiko ādāse vā parisuddhe pariyodāte acche vā udakapatte sakaṃ mukhanimittaṃ paccavekkhamāno

udapatta →

bodhirasa

bowl of water

SN 46.55 saṅgāravasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, brāhmaṇa, udapatto saṃsaṭṭho lākhāya vā haliddiyā vā nīliyā vā mañjiṭṭhāya vā.

uddhasta →

bodhirasa

attacked (by), choked (with)

AN 3.70 akusalamūlasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, sālo vā dhavo vā phandano vā tīhi māluvālatāhi uddhasto pariyonaddho anayaṃ āpajjati, byasanaṃ āpajjati, anayabyasanaṃ āpajjati.

ummatta →

bodhirasa

mad, insane, crazy, loony, nuts

DNa 2.4.2 mahāsudassanasutta vaṇṇanā

kiṃ ummatto'si, nanu idān'eva divākaro atthaṅ'gato, so kathaṃ imaṃ puṇṇacandaṃ anubandhamāno uggacchissati?

ummattaka →

bodhirasa

madman, crazy, lunatic, loony, nut-job

NIDD1 11 kalahavivāda suttaniddesa

saññasaññino vuccanti ye pakatisaññāya ṭhitā, na'pi so pakatisaññāya ṭhito. visaññasaññino vuccanti ummattakā ye ca khittacittā, na'pi so ummattako, no'pi khittacitto'ti.

upadhi →

bodhirasa

attachment, taking as “mine”, appropriation, acquisition, lit. foundation, support, substratum

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

upadhi dukkhassa mūlan'ti, iti viditvā nirupadhi upadhisaṅkhaye vimutto upadhismiṃ vā kāyaṃ upasaṃharissati cittaṃ vā uppādessatī'ti, n'etaṃ ṭhānaṃ vijjati.

SNP 59 mettagū māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 4

dukkhassa ve maṃ pabhavaṃ apucchasi, taṃ te pavakkhāmi yathā pajānaṃ, upadhi-nidānā pabhavanti dukkhā, ye keci lokasmim'anekarūpā.

upadhisaṅkhaya →

bodhirasa

eradication of attachment, destruction of taking as “mine”

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

upadhi dukkhassa mūlan'ti, iti viditvā nirupadhi upadhisaṅkhaye vimutto upadhismiṃ vā kāyaṃ upasaṃharissati cittaṃ vā uppādessatī'ti, n'etaṃ ṭhānaṃ vijjati.

upadhivepakka →

bodhirasa

resulting in underlying attachment, resulting in taking as “mine”

MN 117 mahācattārīsakasuttaṃ

sammādiṭṭhiṃ'p'ahaṃ, bhikkhave, dvayaṃ vadāmi. atthi, bhikkhave, sammādiṭṭhi sāsavā puññabhāgiyā upadhivepakkā, atthi, bhikkhave, sammādiṭṭhi ariyā anāsavā lok'uttarā maggaṅgā.

upanivattati →

bodhirasa

returns (to), comes back (to)

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

alatthaṃ yad'idaṃ sādhu, n'ālatthaṃ kusalaṃ iti. ubhayen'eva so tādī, rukkhaṃ'v'upanivattati.

upasampadā →

bodhirasa

attaining (of), acquiring (of), undertaking (of), taking up (of)

DHP 183 buddhavaggo

sabbapāpassa akaraṇaṃ, kusalassa upasampadā, sacittapariyodapanaṃ, etaṃ buddhāna sāsanaṃ.

AN 8.2 paññāsuttaṃ

āraddhavīriyo viharati akusalānaṃ dhammānaṃ pahānāya, kusalānaṃ dhammānaṃ upasampadāya, thāmavā daḷhaparakkamo anikkhittadhuro kusalesu dhammesu.

upasampajja →

bodhirasa

reaching, attaining, arriving at

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

savitakkaṃ savicāraṃ vivekajaṃ pītisukhaṃ paṭhamaṃ jhānaṃ upasampajja viharati

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

khattiyakulā ce'pi agārasmā anagāriyaṃ pabbajito hoti. so ca āsavānaṃ khayā anāsavaṃ cetovimuttiṃ paññāvimuttiṃ diṭṭh'eva dhamme sayaṃ abhiññā sacchikatvā upasampajja viharati. āsavānaṃ khayā samaṇo hoti.

upavattana →

bodhirasa

near to

DN 16.26 mahāparinibbānasuttaṃ

ajja kho, pan'ānanda, rattiyā pacchime yāme kusinārāyaṃ upavattane mallānaṃ sālavane antarena yamakasālānaṃ tathāgatassa parinibbānaṃ bhavissati

upaya →

bodhirasa

attachment, lit. going close

SNP 51 mahābyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 13

yā kācimā sammutiyo puthujjā, sabbāva etā na upeti vidvā, anūpayo so upayaṃ kim'eyya, diṭṭhe sute khantim'akubbamāno.

upaya →

bodhirasa

who is attached (to), lit. who goes close

SNP 41 duṭṭhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 3

upayo hi dhammesu upeti vādaṃ, anūpayaṃ kena kathaṃ vadeyya, attā nirattā na hi tassa atthi, adhosi so diṭṭhim'idh'eva sabbanti.

upādinna →

bodhirasa

grasped, clung to, attached to, taken as “mine”

MN 62 mahārāhulovādasuttaṃ

yaṃ kiñci, rāhula, ajjhattaṃ paccattaṃ kakkhaḷaṃ kharigataṃ upādinnaṃ … yaṃ vā pan'aññam'pi kiñci ajjhattaṃ paccattaṃ kakkhaḷaṃ kharigataṃ upādinnaṃ, ayaṃ vuccati, rāhula, ajjhattikā pathavīdhātu

upāgata →

bodhirasa

reached, attained, entered into a state, reached a condition

API 17 mahāpajāpatigotamī therīapadānaṃ

na yuttaṃ socituṃ putta, hāsakāle upaṭṭhite, tayā me saraṇaṃ putta, nibbānaṃ tam'upāgataṃ.

upātivatta →

bodhirasa

gone beyond, passed beyond, transcended

SNP 51 mahābyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 13

na brāhmaṇassa paraneyyam'atthi, dhammesu niccheyya samuggahītaṃ, tasmā vivādāni upātivatto, na hi seṭṭhato passati dhammam'aññaṃ.

upāyāsitatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) affliction, adversity

DN 22.15 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

katamo ca, bhikkhave, upāyāso? yo kho, bhikkhave, aññataraññatarena byasanena samannāgatassa aññataraññatarena dukkhadhammena phuṭṭhassa āyāso upāyāso āyāsitattaṃ upāyāsitattaṃ, ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, upāyāso

urattāḷiṃ →

bodhirasa

beating one’s breast

MN 13 mahā dukkhakkhandhasuttaṃ

tassa ce, bhikkhave, kulaputtassa evaṃ uṭṭhahato ghaṭato vāyamato te bhogā n'ābhinipphajjanti. so socati kilamati paridevati urattāḷiṃ kandati, sammohaṃ āpajjati, moghaṃ vata me uṭṭhānaṃ, aphalo vata me vāyāmo'ti

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

so socati kilamati paridevati urattāḷiṃ kandati sammohaṃ āpajjati. evaṃ kho, bhikkhu, bahiddhā asati paritassanā hotī'ti.

usīranāḷamatta →

bodhirasa

down to the root fibres, lit. root-stalk-measure

AN 3.70 akusalamūlasuttaṃ

atha puriso āgaccheyya kuddālapiṭakaṃ ādāya. so taṃ māluvālataṃ mūle chindeyya, mūle chetvā palikhaṇeyya, palikhaṇitvā mūlāni uddhareyya, antamaso usīranāḷamattāni'pi.

usīranāḷimatta →

bodhirasa

down to the root fibres, lit. as much as the root fibres

AN 3.70 akusalamūlasuttaṃ

atha puriso āgaccheyya kuddālapiṭakaṃ ādāya. so taṃ māluvālataṃ mūle chindeyya, mūle chetvā palikhaṇeyya, palikhaṇitvā mūlāni uddhareyya, antamaso usīranāḷimattāni'pi.

vassāratta →

bodhirasa

rainy season

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.

vasībhūta →

bodhirasa

attained mastery (over), in control (of)

SN 5.5 uppalavaṇṇāsuttaṃ

cittasmiṃ vasībhūta-amhi, iddhipādā subhāvitā, sabbabandhanamutt'āmhi, na taṃ bhāyāmi āvuso'ti.

vatasīlavatta →

bodhirasa

religious practice and good conduct

SN 6.4 bakabrahmasuttaṃ

yaṃ tvaṃ apāyesi bahū manusse, pipāsite ghammani samparete, taṃ te purāṇaṃ vatasīlavattaṃ, suttappabuddhova anussarāmi.

vatta →

bodhirasa

custom, practice, way of life, behaviour

TH 257 pārāpariya theragāthā

saritvā pubbake yogī, tesaṃ vattam'anussaraṃ, kiñcāpi pacchimo kālo, phuseyya amataṃ padaṃ.

vattabba →

bodhirasa

should be said, should be told

VIN 4.1.63 upasampadā vidhi

yaṃ jātaṃ taṃ saṅghamajjhe pucchante santaṃ atthī'ti vattabbaṃ santaṃ natthī'ti vattabbaṃ

vattamānā →

bodhirasa

present tense, lit. existing

vattati →

bodhirasa

proceeds, continues, goes forward, practices

AN 3.4 accayasuttaṃ

yehi tīhi dhammehi samannāgato bālo veditabbo te tayo dhamme abhinivajjetvā, yehi tīhi dhammehi samannāgato paṇḍito veditabbo te tayo dhamme samādāya vattissāmā'ti.

vattati →

bodhirasa

exists, is happening, is taking place

MN 43 mahāvedallasuttaṃ

paṭhamaṃ pan'āvuso, jhānaṃ katiaṅgikan'ti? paṭhamaṃ kho, āvuso, jhānaṃ pañc'aṅgikaṃ. idh'āvuso, paṭhamaṃ jhānaṃ samāpannassa bhikkhuno vitakko ca vattati, vicāro ca pīti ca sukhañ'ca cittekaggatā ca.

SNP 4 kasibhāradvājasuttaṃ uragavaggo 4

tena kho pana samayena kasibhāradvājassa brāhmaṇassa parivesanā vattati. atha kho bhagavā yena parivesanā ten'upasaṅkami, upasaṅkamitvā ekam'antaṃ aṭṭhāsi.

vayoanuppatta →

bodhirasa

reached the last stage of life

SN 35.95 mālukyaputtasuttaṃ

ettha dāni, māluṅkyaputta, kiṃ dahare bhikkhū vakkhāma yatra hi nāma tvaṃ, bhikkhu, jiṇṇo vuddho mahallako addhagato vayoanuppatto saṃkhittena ovādaṃ yācasī'ti.

SN 22.1 nakulapitusuttaṃ

aham'asmi, bhante, jiṇṇo vuḍḍho mahallako addhagato vayoanuppatto āturakāyo abhikkhaṇ'ātaṅko.

vaḍḍhana →

bodhirasa

interest (in), attachment (to), indulgence (in), lit. increase

DHP 167 lokavaggo

hīnaṃ dhammaṃ na seveyya, pamādena na saṃvase, micchādiṭṭhiṃ na seveyya, na siyā loka-vaḍḍhano.

vaṭṭa →

bodhirasa

cycle of existence, lit. the round

SN 22.57 sattaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

ye ca kho keci, bhikkhave, samaṇā vā brāhmaṇā vā ... rūpassa nibbidā virāgā nirodhā anupādā vimuttā, te suvimuttā. ye suvimuttā, te kevalino. ye kevalino vaṭṭaṃ tesaṃ n'atthi paññāpanāya.

VISM 1.9.2 karuṇā bhāvanā kathā

yo'pi c'ettha katakusalo hoti, tam'pi ñāti-roga-bhoga-byasan'ādīnaṃ aññatarena byasanena samannāgataṃ disvā vā sutvā vā tesaṃ abhāve'pi vaṭṭa-dukkhaṃ anatikkantattā, dukkhito'va ayan'ti.

vaṭṭati →

bodhirasa

it is suitable (to), it is right (to)

JAa 1.N.1 sumedha kathā

puthulato pana diyaḍḍharatanaṃ dvīsu passesu ratanamatt'ānucaṅkamaṃ dīghato saṭṭhihatthaṃ mudutalaṃ samavippakiṇṇavālukaṃ caṅkamaṃ vaṭṭati cetiyagirimhi dīpappasādakamahindattherassa caṅkamanaṃ viya, tādisaṃ taṃ ahosi.

JAa 4 cūḷaseṭṭhi jātakavaṇṇanā

kataññunā me bhavituṃ vaṭṭatī'ti ekaṃ satasahassaṃ gāhāpetvā cūḷaseṭṭhissa samīpaṃ gato

vedanatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) being felt

SN 22.79 khajjanīyasuttaṃ

rūpaṃ rūpattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, vedanaṃ vedanattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, saññaṃ saññattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, saṅkhāre saṅkhārattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, viññāṇaṃ viññāṇattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti

vemattatā →

bodhirasa

difference, distinction, lit. not equal in measure

MN 75 māgaṇḍiyasuttaṃ

api ca m'ettha puggala-vemattatā viditā'ti

vibhatta →

bodhirasa

analysed in detail, explained analytically

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

tesaṃ no, bhante, āyasmatā mahākaccānena imehi ākārehi imehi padehi imehi byañjanehi attho vibhatto'ti.

vihāra →

bodhirasa

(meditation) attainment, manner of living, state of mind

SN 54.9 vesālīsuttaṃ

ayam'pi kho, bhikkhave, ānāpānassatisamādhi bhāvito bahulīkato santo c'eva paṇīto ca asecanako ca sukho ca vihāro uppannuppanne ca pāpake akusale dhamme ṭhānaso antaradhāpeti vūpasameti.

MN 31 cūḷagosiṅgasuttaṃ

kiṃ nu kho mayaṃ āyasmato anuruddhassa evam'ārocimha, imāsañ'ca imāsañ'ca vihāra-samāpattīnaṃ mayaṃ lābhino'ti

vinivesa →

bodhirasa

attachment, adherence

AN 2.38 samacittavaggo

kāma-rāga-vinivesa-vinibaddha-paligedha-pariyuṭṭhān-ajjhosāna-hetu kho, brāhmaṇa, khattiyā'pi khattiyehi vivadanti, brāhmaṇā'pi brāhmaṇehi vivadanti, gahapatikā'pi gahapatikehi vivadantī'ti

viratta →

bodhirasa

detached, without desire, become indifferent, lost interest, lit. changed colour

AN 7.61 pacalāyamānasuttaṃ

yehi manussā āgataṃ bhikkhuṃ na manasi karonti, tatra bhikkhussa evaṃ hoti, kosu nāma idāni maṃ imasmiṃ kule paribhindi, viratta-rūpā dān'ime mayi manussā'ti

SNP 47 māgaṇḍiyasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 9

saññā-virattassa na santi ganthā, paññāvimuttassa na santi mohā, saññañ'ca diṭṭhiñ'ca ye aggahesuṃ, te ghaṭṭayantā vicaranti loke'ti.

virattacitta →

bodhirasa

mind free from desire, impartial mind, detached mind

SN 35.95 mālukyaputtasuttaṃ

na so rajjati rūpesu, rūpaṃ disvā paṭissato, virattacitto vedeti, tañ'ca n'ājjhosa tiṭṭhati.

virādhayi →

bodhirasa

missed, failed to attain, did not succeed (in)

TH 259 sāriputtattheragāthā

yo papañcam'anuyutto, papañc'ābhirato mago, virādhayī so nibbānaṃ, yogakkhemaṃ anuttaraṃ.

virāgaratta →

bodhirasa

attached to detachment, passionate for dispassion

SNP 42 suddhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 4

sīm'ātigo brāhmaṇo tassa n'atthi, ñatvā va disvā va samuggahītaṃ, na rāgarāgī na virāgaratto, tass'īdha natthī param'uggahītan'ti.

visata →

bodhirasa

attachment, clinging, entanglement

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

yassa ca visatā n'atthi, chinnasotassa bhikkhuno, kicc'ākiccappahīnassa, pariḷāho na vijjati.

visatta →

bodhirasa

attached (to), stuck (to), entangled (in), ensnared (in)

SNP 67 bhadrāvudha māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 12

tasmā pajānaṃ na upādiyetha, bhikkhu sato kiñcanaṃ sabbaloke, ādānasatte iti pekkhamāno, pajaṃ imaṃ maccudheyye visattan'ti.

visattikā →

bodhirasa

attachment (to), entanglement (in), ensnarement (in), lit. stickiness

DHP 180 buddhavaggo

yassa jālinī visattikā, taṇhā natthi kuhiñci netave, taṃ buddham'anantagocaraṃ, apadaṃ kena padena nessatha.

SNP 39 kāmasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 1

yo kāme parivajjeti, sappass'eva padā siro, so imaṃ visattikaṃ loke, sato samativattati.

visesa →

bodhirasa

distinction, attainment

UD 50 cūḷapanthakasuttaṃ

ṭhitena kāyena ṭhitena cetasā, tiṭṭhaṃ nisinno uda vā sayāno, etaṃ satiṃ bhikkhu adhiṭṭhahāno, labhetha pubbāpariyaṃ visesaṃ, laddhāna pubbāpariyaṃ visesaṃ, adassanaṃ maccurājassa gacche'ti.

visesi →

bodhirasa

distinguished, attained, superior

SNP 43 paramaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 5

diṭṭhim'pi lokasmiṃ na kappayeyya, ñāṇena vā sīlavatena vā'pi, samo'ti attānam'anūpaneyya, hīno na maññetha visesi vā'pi.

SNP 51 mahābyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 13

parassa ce vambhayitena hīno, na koci dhammesu visesi assa, puthū hi aññassa vadanti dhammaṃ, nihīnato sam'hi daḷhaṃ vadānā.

visesī →

bodhirasa

distinguished, attained, superior

SNP 43 paramaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 5

diṭṭhim'pi lokasmiṃ na kappayeyya, ñāṇena vā sīlavatena vā'pi, samo'ti attānam'anūpaneyya, hīno na maññetha visesi vā'pi.

SNP 47 māgaṇḍiyasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 9

samo visesī uda vā nihīno, yo maññatī so vivadetha tena, tīsu vidhāsu avikampamāno, samo visesī'ti na tassa hoti.

vivattayi →

bodhirasa

turned away, untied, unravelled

MN 2.8 sabbāsavasuttaṃ

ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, bhikkhu sabb'āsavasaṃvarasaṃvuto viharati, acchecchi taṇhaṃ, vivattayi saṃyojanaṃ, sammā mānābhisamayā antamakāsi dukkhassā'ti

vivaṭṭa →

bodhirasa

rolling back

DHPa 1.1.8 sāriputtatthera vatthu

imehi lakkhaṇehi samannāgato nāma agāramajjhe vasanto rājā hoti cakkavattī, pabbajanto loke vivaṭṭa-cchado sabbaññubuddho hoti

vivaṭṭacchada →

bodhirasa

who rolls back the veil (of illusion)

DHPa 1.1.8 sāriputtatthera vatthu

imehi lakkhaṇehi samannāgato nāma agāramajjhe vasanto rājā hoti cakkavattī, pabbajanto loke vivaṭṭacchado sabbaññubuddho hoti

vivaṭṭakappa →

bodhirasa

aeon of universal devolution

DN 2.29 sāmaññaphalasuttaṃ

so anekavihitaṃ pubbenivāsaṃ anussarati, seyyathidaṃ ... aneke'pi saṃvaṭṭakappe aneke'pi vivaṭṭakappe aneke'pi saṃvaṭṭavivaṭṭakappe.

viyatta →

bodhirasa

experienced, learned, initiated, lit. distinguished

AN 2.135 āyācanavaggo

dvīhi bhikkhave dhammehi samannāgato paṇḍito viyatto sappuriso akkhataṃ anupahataṃ attānaṃ pariharati anavajjo ca hoti ananuvajjo ca viññūnaṃ bahuñ'ca puññaṃ pasavati.

DN 16.20 mahāparinibbānasuttaṃ

na tāv'āhaṃ, pāpima, parinibbāyissāmi, yāva me bhikkhuniyo na sāvikā bhavissanti viyattā vinītā visāradā bahussutā dhammadharā dhammānudhammappaṭipannā

viyatta →

bodhirasa

divided, separated, disunited

SNP 43 paramaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 5

attaṃ pahāya anupādiyāno, ñāṇe'pi so nissayaṃ no karoti, sa ve viyattesu na vaggasārī, diṭṭhim'pi so na pacceti kiñci.

viññātamatta →

bodhirasa

merely the known, only what one is conscious of, as much as is known

SN 35.95 mālukyaputtasuttaṃ

ettha ca te, māluṅkyaputta, diṭṭhasutamutaviññātabbesu dhammesu diṭṭhe diṭṭhamattaṃ bhavissati, sute sutamattaṃ bhavissati, mute mutamattaṃ bhavissati, viññāte viññātamattaṃ bhavissati.

viññāṇatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) being conscious

SN 22.79 khajjanīyasuttaṃ

rūpaṃ rūpattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, vedanaṃ vedanattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, saññaṃ saññattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, saṅkhāre saṅkhārattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti, viññāṇaṃ viññāṇattāya saṅkhatam'abhisaṅkharonti

vuddhippatta →

bodhirasa

come of age, grown up

bālāvatāra paṇāma

vuddhippatto'smi muddho mama varagaravo sīlapaññ'ādisobhe, cand'ādicc'eva suddhe varajinaṭhapite sāsanābbhe patīte, nissāyevā tipemā paṇamiya sirasā niccam'esaṃ saritvā, pādambhoje guṇagge hataduritamalo ānubhāvena tassā.

vākkaraṇamatta →

bodhirasa

by virtue of polished conversation, merely by eloquence

DHP 262 dhammaṭṭhavaggo

na vākkaraṇamattena, vaṇṇapokkharatāya vā, sādhurūpo naro hoti, issukī maccharī saṭho.

vālaggamatta →

bodhirasa

size of the tip of a tail hair, lit. tail-tip-measure

TH 244 khadiravaniyarevata theragāthā

anaṅgaṇassa posassa, niccaṃ sucigavesino, vāl'aggamattaṃ pāpassa, abbhamattaṃ'va khāyati.

vāvattayi →

bodhirasa

removed, untied, unravelled

MN 2.8 sabbāsavasuttaṃ

ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, bhikkhu sabb'āsavasaṃvarasaṃvuto viharati, acchecchi taṇhaṃ, vāvattayi saṃyojanaṃ, sammā mānābhisamayā antamakāsi dukkhassā'ti.

vāḷatta →

bodhirasa

viciousness, cruelty, brutality

VIN 5.4.7 tiṇavatthārakaṃ

sace mayaṃ imāhi āpattīhi aññamaññaṃ kāressāma, siy'āpi taṃ adhikaraṇaṃ kakkhaḷattāya vāḷattāya bhedāya saṃvatteyya.

vītivatta →

bodhirasa

passed, left behind, transcended, lit. completely gone beyond

SN 25.1 cakkhusuttaṃ

yo, bhikkhave, ime dhamme evaṃ saddahati adhimuccati, ayaṃ vuccati saddh'ānusārī, okkanto sammattaniyāmaṃ, sappurisabhūmiṃ okkanto, vītivatto puthujjanabhūmiṃ.

SNP 1 uragasuttaṃ uragavaggo 1

yass'antarato na santi kopā, itibhavābhavatañ'ca vītivatto, so bhikkhu jahāti orapāraṃ, urago jiṇṇam'iva tacaṃ purāṇaṃ.

vītivattati →

bodhirasa

spends (time)

AN 10.48 dasadhammasuttaṃ

kathaṃbhūtassa me rattindivā vītivattantī'ti pabbajitena abhiṇhaṃ paccavekkhitabbaṃ

yathāpariyatta →

bodhirasa

as one has learned it, according to one’s understanding

AN 5.73 paṭhamadhammavihārīsuttaṃ

puna caparaṃ, bhikkhu, bhikkhu yathāsutaṃ yathāpariyattaṃ dhammaṃ vitthārena paresaṃ deseti.

AN 7.61 pacalāyamānasuttaṃ

no ce te evaṃ viharato taṃ middhaṃ pahīyetha tato tvaṃ moggallāna yathāsutaṃ yathāpariyattaṃ dhammaṃ cetasā anuvitakkeyyāsi anuvicāreyyāsi manasā anupekkheyyāsi

yathāttanā →

bodhirasa

like by oneself

DHP 323 nāgavaggo

na hi etehi yānehi, gaccheyya agataṃ disaṃ, yath'āttanā sudantena, danto dantena gacchati.

yattaka →

bodhirasa

however much, however many

THI 54 anopamā therīgāthā

yattakaṃ tulitā esā, tuyhaṃ dhītā anopamā, tato aṭṭhaguṇaṃ dassaṃ, hiraññaṃ ratanāni ca.

yodheti →

bodhirasa

fights (against), engages in battle (with), attacks

DHP 40 cittavaggo

kumbh'ūpamaṃ kāyam'imaṃ viditvā, nagar'ūpamaṃ cittam'idaṃ ṭhapetvā. yodhetha māraṃ paññāvudhena, jitañ'ca rakkhe anivesano siyā.

ñatta →

bodhirasa

knowledge, learning

DHP 72 bālavaggo

yāva'd'eva anatthāya, ñattaṃ bālassa jāyati, hanti bālassa sukk'aṃsaṃ, muddham'assa vipātayaṃ.

ñāṇamattāya →

bodhirasa

necessary for understanding

DN 22.2 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

atthi kāyo'ti vā pan'assa sati paccupaṭṭhitā hoti yāva'd'eva ñāṇamattāya paṭissatimattāya anissito ca viharati na ca kiñci loke upādiyati

ādevitatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) mourning, lamenting, wailing, crying

DN 22.15 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

ādevo paridevo ādevanā paridevanā ādevitattaṃ paridevitattaṃ, ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave paridevo.

ādānasatta →

bodhirasa

stuck to grasping, entangled in grasping

SNP 67 bhadrāvudha māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 12

tasmā pajānaṃ na upādiyetha, bhikkhu sato kiñcanaṃ sabbaloke, ādānasatte iti pekkhamāno, pajaṃ imaṃ maccudheyye visattan'ti.

āneñjappatta →

bodhirasa

reached an imperturbable state

VIN 0 verañjakaṇḍaṃ

so evaṃ samāhite citte … ṭhite āneñjappatte

āpeti →

bodhirasa

causes to reach, causes to attain

DHPa 2.11.9 mahādhana seṭṭhiputta vatthu

sace hi ayaṃ paṭhamavaye bhoge akhepetvā kammante payojayissa, imasmiṃ'y'eva nagare aggaseṭṭhi abhavissa. sace pana nikkhamitvā pabbajissa, arahattaṃ pāpuṇissa, bhariy'āpissa anāgāmiphale patiṭṭhahissa.

āpissa →

bodhirasa

could cause to reach, could causes to attain

DHPa 2.11.9 mahādhana seṭṭhiputta vatthu

sace hi ayaṃ paṭhamavaye bhoge akhepetvā kammante payojayissa, imasmiṃ'y'eva nagare aggaseṭṭhi abhavissa. sace pana nikkhamitvā pabbajissa, arahattaṃ pāpuṇissa, bhariy'āpissa anāgāmiphale patiṭṭhahissa.

ārādhayati →

bodhirasa

accomplishes, succeeds in, is successful with, attains, wins

DHP 281 maggavaggo

vāc'ānurakkhī manasā susaṃvuto, kāyena ca n'ākusalaṃ kayirā, ete tayo kammapathe visodhaye, ārādhaye maggam'isippaveditaṃ.

SNP 31 māghasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 5

yo yajati tividhaṃ yaññasampadaṃ, ārādhaye dakkhiṇeyyebhi tādi, evaṃ yajitvā sammā yācayogo, upapajjati brahmalokan'ti brūmī'ti.

ārādhayi →

bodhirasa

accomplished, succeeded in, was success with, attained, won

TH 259 sāriputtattheragāthā

yo ca papañcaṃ hitvāna, nippapañcapathe rato, ārādhayī so nibbānaṃ, yogakkhemaṃ anuttaraṃ.

āsajja →

bodhirasa

insulting, assaulting, attacking

AN 3.68 kathāvatthusuttaṃ

ye viruddhā sallapanti, viniviṭṭhā samussitā, anariyaguṇam'āsajja, aññoññavivar'esino.

TH 263 mahāmoggallāna theragāthā

yo vejayanta-pāsādaṃ, pād'aṅguṭṭhena kampayi, tādisaṃ bhikkhum'āsajja, kaṇha dukkhaṃ nigacchasi.

āsatta →

bodhirasa

clung (to), attached (to), fastened around

MN 20 vitakkasaṇṭhānasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, itthī vā puriso vā daharo yuvā maṇḍanakajātiko ahikuṇapena vā kukkurakuṇapena vā manussakuṇapena vā kaṇṭhe āsattena aṭṭiyeyya harāyeyya jiguccheyya.

āsatti →

bodhirasa

attachment (to), clinging (to), dependence (on)

SNP 40 guhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 2

mamāyite passatha phandamāne, macche'va app'odake khīṇasote, etam'pi disvā amamo careyya, bhavesu āsattim'akubbamāno.

āvatta →

bodhirasa

reverted (to), returned (to), retreated (to), gone back (to)

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, bhikkhu ūmibhayassa bhīto sikkhaṃ paccakkhāya hīnāy'āvatto. ūmibhayan'ti kho, bhikkhave, kodh'ūpāyāsass'etaṃ adhivacanaṃ. idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, ūmibhayaṃ.

āvattati →

bodhirasa

reverts (to), returns (to), retreats (to), goes back (to)

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

maraṇañ'h'etaṃ, sunakkhatta, ariyassa vinaye yo sikkhaṃ paccakkhāya hīnāy'āvattati, maraṇamattañ'h'etaṃ, sunakkhatta, dukkhaṃ yaṃ aññataraṃ saṃkiliṭṭhaṃ āpattiṃ āpajjati.

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

so kupito anattamano sikkhaṃ paccakkhāya hīnāy'āvattati. ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, bhikkhu ūmibhayassa bhīto sikkhaṃ paccakkhāya hīnāy'āvatto.

āvaṭṭa →

bodhirasa

eddy, whirlpool, maelstrom

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

cattār'imāni, bhikkhave, bhayāni udak'orohantassa pāṭikaṅkhitabbāni. katamāni cattāri? ūmibhayaṃ, kumbhīlabhayaṃ, āvaṭṭa-bhayaṃ, susukābhayaṃ

SN 35.241 paṭhama dārukkhandhopamasuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, bhikkhave, sace tumhe'pi na orimaṃ tīraṃ upagacchatha, na pārimaṃ tīraṃ upagacchatha, na majjhe saṃsīdissatha, na thale ussīdissatha, na manussaggāho gahessati, na amanussaggāho gahessati, na āvaṭṭa-ggāho gahessati, na antopūtī bhavissatha, evaṃ tumhe, bhikkhave, nibbānaninnā bhavissatha nibbānapoṇā nibbānapabbhārā.

āvaṭṭabhaya →

bodhirasa

danger of whirlpools

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

cattār'imāni, bhikkhave, bhayāni udak'orohantassa pāṭikaṅkhitabbāni. katamāni cattāri? ūmibhayaṃ, kumbhīlabhayaṃ, āvaṭṭabhayaṃ, susukābhayaṃ

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, bhikkhu āvaṭṭabhayassa bhīto sikkhaṃ paccakkhāya hīnāy'āvatto. āvaṭṭabhayan'ti kho, bhikkhave, pañcann'etaṃ kāmaguṇānaṃ adhivacanaṃ.

āvaṭṭaggāha →

bodhirasa

sucked in by a whirlpool

SN 35.241 paṭhama dārukkhandhopamasuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, bhikkhave, sace tumhe'pi na orimaṃ tīraṃ upagacchatha, na pārimaṃ tīraṃ upagacchatha, na majjhe saṃsīdissatha, na thale ussīdissatha, na manussaggāho gahessati, na amanussaggāho gahessati, na āvaṭṭaggāho gahessati, na antopūtī bhavissatha, evaṃ tumhe, bhikkhave, nibbānaninnā bhavissatha nibbānapoṇā nibbānapabbhārā.

āvilatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) agitation, confusion, dirtiness, messiness, lit. rippledness

SNP 54 sāriputtasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 16

theyyaṃ na kāre na musā bhaṇeyya, mettāya phasse tasathāvarāni, yad'āvilattaṃ manaso vijaññā, kaṇhassa pakkho'ti vinodayeyya.

āyāsitatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) affliction, adversity

DN 22.15 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

katamo ca, bhikkhave, upāyāso? yo kho, bhikkhave, aññataraññatarena byasanena samannāgatassa aññataraññatarena dukkhadhammena phuṭṭhassa āyāso upāyāso āyāsitattaṃ upāyāsitattaṃ, ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, upāyāso

ūnatta →

bodhirasa

depletion, deficiency, decrease

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

puna caparaṃ, bhikkhave, yā ca loke savantiyo mahāsamuddaṃ appenti, yā ca antalikkhā dhārā papatanti, na tena mahāsamuddassa ūnattaṃ vā pūrattaṃ vā paññāyati

abhaya →

dppn

…and afterwards attained arahantship. Thag.26 The Abhayarājakumāra Sutta MN.i.392ff. contains the dilemma episode. It also mentions…

acelakassapa →

dppn

…Citta tells him of his own attainments and Kassapa expresses a desire to enter the Order. He is duly ordained, and shortly afterwards becomes an…

aciravatī →

dppn

…to bathe. Vin.iv.161 The Sattarasa-vaggiya monks frequented the river for water-sports. Vin.iv.111–112

Once the Buddha was told that the…

addhakāsī →

dppn

…by a messenger. Thig.25–26 Vin.ii.277 Later she attained arahantship.

aggidatta →

dppn

A brahmin of Khemavatī, father of the Buddha Kakusandha. His wife was named Visākhā. DN.ii.7

aggikabhāradvāja →

dppn

…becomes a convert, enters the Order, and, in due course, attains arahantship. SN.i.166f.

ajātasattu →

dppn

…in his favour. But Devadatta was not satisfied till Bimbisāra, who was one of the Buddha’s foremost supporters, was killed.

Ajātasattu…

ambāṭakavana →

dppn

…the place wer.

  • Isidatta of Avanti (who answered Citta’s questions regarding the reason for the existence of various views in the world)….

anantajina →

dppn

An epithet of the Buddha. When Upaka, the ājīvika, saw the Buddha, and heard of his attainments, Anantajina was one of the names he used in uttering the Buddha’s praises.

annabhāra →

dppn

…are impermanent, etc.; a brahmin is one who has no part in or attachment to anything any more. AN.ii.176–177

anopamā →

dppn

…meditating on his sermon, attained the Third Fruit of the Path. Later she entered the Order, and on the seventh day thereafter became an arahant….

anotatta →

dppn

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

Himalaya5lake

anupiya →

dppn

…Bhagu, Kimbila, Devadatta and their barber, Upāli. Vin.ii.180f.

From Anupiya the Buddha went to Kosambi. Vin.ii.184 Near Anupiya was the…

anuruddha →

dppn

…those who had obtained this attainment. AN.i.23

He then received from Sāriputta, as topic of meditation, the eight thoughts of a great man….

anāthapiṇḍika →

dppn

…personal name was Sudatta, but he was always called Anāthapiṇḍika (feeder of the destitute) because of his munificence; he was,…

araka →

dppn

The Bodhisatta, born as a brahmin teacher. In the Aṅguttara Nikāya AN.iv.136–138 we are told that among Araka’s pupils those who followed his…

asaññasattā →

dppn

Inhabitants of the fifth of the nine abodes of beings (sattāvāsā). These beings are unconscious and experience nothing. AN.iv.401 As soon as an idea occurs to them they fall from their state. DN.i.28

asibandhakaputta →

dppn

…followers, so that they may attain development.

It is recorded SN.iv.322ff. that once, when Nāḷandā was stricken with famine, Asibandhaka…

asipattavana →

dppn

One of the tortures of purgatory. In the distance the grove appears as a mango grove, and when the inhabitants of purgatory enter, wishing to eat the mangoes, leaves which are sharp like swords fall o …

assaji →

dppn

…at the preaching of the Anattalakkhaṇa Sutta. Vin.i.14

He was responsible for the conversion of Sāriputta and Moggallāna. Sāriputta, in the…

assaka →

dppn

…the time of King Reṇu, the Assaka king of Potana was Brahmadatta. DN.ii.236

19.2904, 76.486811janapada

avanti →

dppn

…Abhayarājakumāra

  • Isidatta and Isidāsī

Mahā Kaccāna seems to have spent a good deal of his time in Avanti, dwelling in the city of…

avihā →

dppn

…DN.iii.237 DN.iii.237 Anāgāmīs are born in Avihā and there attain arahantship. The Buddha once visited Avihā. DN.ii.50–51

aññātakoṇḍañña →

dppn

…days later when the Anattalakhana Sutta was preached he became arahant. Vin.i.13–14 He was the first to be ordained with the formula…

aṅgulimāla →

dppn

…Sāvatthī for alms, he was attacked by the mob, but on the admonition of the Buddha, endured their wrath as penance for his former misdeeds.

He…

aṭṭhaka →

dppn

…by the brahmins for the attainment of merit and the achievement of what is right, MN.ii.199–200 though their followers behaved as if they…

bhaddiya →

dppn

…the others, soon afterwards attaining to arahantship. Dwelling in the bliss of Nibbāna, under a tree in a lonely spot, Bhaddiya used to exclaim…

bhaddā →

dppn

…with, and also of her own attainments. Thig.63–66 The Buddha declared her foremost of the bhikkhunīs in recollecting past lives….

bhadrā →

dppn

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses speak of going forth out of faith and attaining the Dhamma. Thig.9

bhadrāvudha →

dppn

…to how a man could get over attachment and cross the flood. By grasping after nothing in the world, answered the Buddha, for Māra follows the man…

bhaggavagotta →

dppn

A clothed Wanderer who lived in a pleasance near Anupiya.

He was a friend of Sunakkhatta. The Buddha once visited him, and their conversation is recorded in the Pātika Sutta. DN.iii.1ff.

bhaggā →

dppn

…country that Moggallāna was attacked by Māra entering into his stomach, MN.i.332 and it was there that he preached the Anumāna Sutta….

bhāvitatta →

dppn

The name of two Pacceka Buddhas. MN.iii.69

bimbisāra →

dppn

…Vin.ii.154 With the attainment of sopātatti, the king declared that all the five ambitions of his life had been fulfilled: that he might…

bodhisatta →

dppn

…as “in the days before my Awakening, when I was only a Bodhisatta”. MN.i.17 MN.i.114 MN.i.163 DN.ii.13 MN.iii.119

brahmadatta →

dppn

…and his six friends, Brahmadatta was given the kingdom, of the Assakas, with Potama as his capital. DN.ii.235f.

Brahmadatta3

A monk…

bāhiya →

dppn

…to believe that he had attained arahantship, but a devatā, reading his thoughts and wishing him well, pointed out to him his error and…

bārānasī →

dppn

…however, is that of Brahmadatta, which seems to have been the dynastic name of the Benares kings. In the Mahāgovinda Sutta, the foundation of…

candana →

dppn

…Buddha preached the Bhaddekaratta Sutta in Tāvatiṃsā.MN.iii.199f. The Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.i.53 records a conversation between Candana and…

candikāputta →

dppn

A discourse on the teaching of Devadatta, delivered by Candikāputta to the monks, is recorded in the Silāyūpa Sutta. AN.iv.402f.

caṇḍappajjota →

dppn

…The defences of Rājagaha were strengthened to meet the threatened attack, but nothing further happened. MN.iii.7

caṇḍā →

dppn

…sermon, Caṇḍā renounced the world and soon afterwards attained arahantship. Thig.122–126

channa →

dppn

…explained that no blame was attached to Channa, for he was an arahant at the moment of death. MN.iii.263ff. SN.iv.55ff.

Channa3

A…

citta →

dppn

…of Citta, but Isidatta left when he found that his identity had been discovered. Mahānāma and Mahaka did likewise, after having…

cittā →

dppn

A nun whose Therīgāthāspeak of how in her old age she went to Gijjhakūṭa and there, after meditation, she attained arahantship. Thig.27–28

cunda →

dppn

…him that no blame at all attached to him and that he should feel no remorse, but should, on the contrary, rejoice, in that he had been able to…

cātummahārājikā →

dppn

The inhabitants of the lowest deva world. his world derives its name from the Four Great Kings (Cattāro Mahārājāno) who dwell there as guardians of the four quarters: Dhataraṭṭha of the East, Virūḷh …

cūḷapanthaka →

dppn

…as a meditation. He attained Awakening and many psychic powers, especially the ability to create manifold replicas of himself.

It is said…

daṇḍakappaka →

dppn

…as to how the Buddha knew of the unregenerate wickedness of Devadatta. AN.iii.402

near the Aciravatī3town

devadatta →

dppn

…about Rājagaha singing Devadatta’s praises. Vin.ii.189 Devadatta was later suspected of evil wishes. SN.ii.156 About eight years before the…

dhammadinnā →

dppn

…verse says that one without attachment is bound upstream. Thig.12 In Rājagaha her former husband Visakha asked her a series of profound questions…

dhammasava →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of going forth and attaining the three knowledges. Thag.107

dhanavatī →

dppn

A brahmin lady, mother of Kassapa Buddha. Her husband was Brahmadatta. DN.ii.7

dhīrā →

dppn

…speaks of the wise one who attains Nibbana. Thig.6

Dhīrā2Vīrā

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verse speaks of how the heroic one…

dīghajāṇu →

dppn

…inhabitant of Kakkarapatta. There he visited the Buddha and asked for a teaching which would bring happiness both in this world and the next….

dīghāyu →

dppn

…this kind; in order to avenge their death, but when the occasion arose he made peace with Brahmadatta. His father’s kingdom was restored to him,…

dīghīti →

dppn

…the chaplain of Brahmadatta. Dīghāyu was sent away from the city lest harm should befall him, Later, Dīghīti’s place of refuge was…

gavesī →

dppn

…effort and, step by step, attained greater proficiency until, at last, he became an arahant. His followers imitated him in every step of his…

gayāsīsa →

dppn

…Ud.i.9 DhA.i.72

When Devadatta managed to win over five hundred of the monks to his side, it was to Gayāsīsa that he retired with them, and…

ghaṭāya →

dppn

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

ghaṭīkāra →

dppn

…was his faith.

The Bodhisatta, who at the time of Ghaṭīkāra was a young brahmin named Jotipāla, was the friend of Ghaṭīkāra but had no…

gijjhakūṭa →

dppn

…wandering about, that Devadatta hurled at him a mighty stone to kill him, but only a splinter injured his foot. Vin.ii.193

Among those who…

godatta →

dppn

The Theragāthā Thag.659–672 contains several stanzas attributed to him, which speak of remaining even among the challenges of life, and the importance of holding to wisdom and righteousness.

godhi →

dppn

Probably the mother of Devadatta, who is sometimes called Godhiputta. Vin.ii.189

godhika →

dppn

…The Buddha, however, declared that Godhika had attained Nibbāna.

himavā →

dppn

HimavāHimācalaHimavantaHimālaya

The Himālaya mountains. In Himavā, are seven great lakes, each fifty leagues in length, breadth and depth—Anotattā, Kaṇṇamuṇḍā, Rathakāra, Chaddantā, Kuṇālā, Mandākinī …

hiraññavatī →

dppn

A river, on the bank of which was the Upavattana Sālavana of the Mallas of Kusināra, where the Buddha died. DN.ii.137

Hirakinari1river

indapatta →

dppn

…of the Buddhavamsa Bu.xxviii.11, the Buddhas razor and needle were enshrined at Indapatta.

The modern Delhi stands on the site of…

isidatta →

dppn

…King of Kosala. Isidatta is always mentioned with Purāṇa.

Isidatta and Purāṇa were once at Sādhuka’ on some business. They heard…

isidāsa →

dppn

…also a monk, named Isibhatta. Having spent the rainy season in Sāvatthī, they went to take up their abode in a certain village. The people…

isidāsī →

dppn

She was the daughter of a good and wealthy merchant of Ujjenī. Having come of age, she was given in marriage to the son of a merchant in Sāketa.

For one month she lived with him as a devoted wife; th …

isipatana →

dppn

…sermon, the Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta. Vin.i.10f.

Isipatana is mentioned by the Buddha as one of the four places of pilgrimage which his…

jambuka →

dppn

…for 55 year before going for refuge in the Buddha and attaining Awakening. Thag.283–286

jinadattā →

dppn

A bhikkhunī mentioned in the Therīgāthā verses of Isidāsi, who describes Jinadattā as a learned and virtuous expert in the Vinaya. Thig.427

jotipāla →

dppn

…Bodhisatta born as a brahmin of Vehaliṅga in the time of Kassapa Buddha. Ghaṭīkāra was his friend and invited Jotipāla…

jīvā →

dppn

JīvāJīvanti

Daughter of Ubbirī, whose tragic death spurred Ubbirī overcome her attachment. Thig.51

kakkarapatta →

dppn

A township of the Koliyans. It was while the Buddha was staying there that the Koliyan Dīghajāṇu came to see him. AN.iv.281

27.51557,83.773493town

kakudha →

dppn

…Becoming aware of Devadatta’s plans for obtaining possession of the leadership of the Saṅgha, Kakudha reported the news to Moggallāna,…

kakudhā →

dppn

…telling him that no blame attached to him for having provided the Buddha with the meal which was to be his last. DN.ii.129 DN.ii.134f.

kassapa →

dppn

…excel themselves until they attained their goal. AN.iii.214ff.

During the time of Kassapa Buddha, the Bodhisatta was a brahmin youth named…

kassapagotta →

dppn

…who declared that no blame attached to him. Vin.i.312ff.

Kassapagotta2

A monk living in Pankadhā in the Kosala country. He heard…

katamorakatissa →

dppn

…eminent disciples as Devadatta, Katamorakatissa, etc., were available. Vin.iv.66

On another occasion, wishing to ordain a nun who was going…

kevaṭṭa →

dppn

Kevaṭṭa KevaḍḍhaKevaddha

A householder of Nāḷandā. Once when the Buddha was staying in the Pāvārika-ambavana at Nāḷandā, Kevaṭṭa visited him. The interview is recorded in the Kevaṭṭa Sutta. DN.i.211ff.

khattiyānī →

dppn

…of the eighty-four thousand women who waited on the Bodhisatta when he was once a mighty king Mahāsudassana of…

khaṇḍadeva →

dppn

…Brahma-world, where he attained to arahantship at the moment of his birth. He is mentioned with six others, all in like circumstances, by…

khaṇḍadeviyāputta →

dppn

…Katamoraka Tissa and Samuddadatta. They helped Devadatta in his attempt to cause a rift in the Saṅgha.Vin.ii.196 Vin.iii.171…

khārodakā →

dppn

A river in Avīci, flowing alongside the Asipattavana. MN.iii.185

5river

kokālika →

dppn

…reluctant to join in Devadatta’s plot against him, but later allowed himself to be persuaded on hearing the scheme explained.Vin.ii.196…

korakkhatta →

dppn

…and be born among the Kālakañjakas. The prophecy proved true, and Sunakkhatta learnt the truth from Korakkhatta’s corpse. DN.iii.6ff.

koḷiyā →

dppn

…and the other at Devadaha.

Attached probably to the Koliyan central authorities, was a special body of officials, presumably police, who wore a…

koṇāgamana →

dppn

…his father was Yaññadatta, his mother was Uttarā, and the king at the time was Sobha, who dwelt in the capital of Sobhavatī. DN.ii.1

In…

kuru →

dppn

…identified as the district around Thānesar, with its capital Indapatta, near the modern Delhi.

29.17, 78.021janapada

kusinārā →

dppn

…and the “Kinti” Sutta. MN.ii.238f. A third Kusinārā Sutta he preached while staying at Upavattana. AN.ii.79 Ud.iv.2

The people of…

kālakañjakā →

dppn

…a fearsome shape. DN.ii.259 They are the very lowest of the Asura groups, and the Buddha warns Sunakkhatta that Korakkhattiya will, after his death…

kāliṅga →

dppn

…and that there he would attain to nibbāna. DN.ii.92 SN.v.358f.

Kāliṅga2

A country. It is one of the seven political…

kālāma →

dppn

…by name are Bharaṇḍu-Kālāma, who was once a co-disciple of the Bodhisatta, and Āḷāra-Kālāma, the teacher of Gotama before his…

kāsi →

dppn

…was evidently Brahmadatta, and references to kings of that name abound in the Jātakas. Among other kings of Kāsi mentioned is Kikī ….

kūṭāgārasālā →

dppn

…Nandaka, SN.v.389 Sunakkhatta, MN.ii.252 Bhaddiya, AN.ii.190f. Sāḷha and Abhaya, AN.ii.200 all attended by numerous retinues; their…

licchavī →

dppn

…by name: Cāpāla, Sattambaka, Bahuputta, Gotama, Sārandada and Udena. It is, however, apparent from the Buddhist books themselves that…

lomasakaṅgiya →

dppn

…the Lomasakaṅgiya Bhaddekaratta Sutta, MN.iii.199f. Candana visited Lomasakaṅgiya in the Nigrodhārāma in Kapilavatthu, and questioned him on…

macchikāsaṇḍa →

dppn

…Isidatta, Mahaka, Kāmabhū and Godatta. The place may also have been a centre of the Nigaṇṭhas, for Nigaṇṭha…

maddakucchi →

dppn

…dwell in safety. When Devadatta, wishing to kill the Buddha, hurled a rock down Gijjhakūṭa, it was stopped midway by another rock, but a…

mahākaccāyana →

dppn

…him were Sonakutikanna, Isidatta, Avantiputta, Lohicca, Ārāmadaṇḍa, and Kandarāyana.

He often stayed in Avantī, where King…

mahākassapa →

dppn

…laziness, sought Kassapa and attained arahantship under his guidance.

When asked why he led such a life, he replied that it was not only for his…

mahāmoggallāna →

dppn

…Snp.p.231ff. When Devadatta created a schism among the monks and took five hundred of them to Gayāsīsa, the Buddha sent Sāriputta and…

mahāpajāpatī →

dppn

…her five hundred companions attained to the same after listening to the Nandakovāda Sutta. Later, at an assembly of monks and nuns in Jetavana,…

mahāpanthaka →

dppn

…consciousness. (saññāvivatta). AN.i.24

A set of verses uttered by him in the joy of attainment is included in the Theragāthā. Thag.510–517

mahāsarā →

dppn

The books contain a list of seven great 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 lakes are Anotat …

mahāsudassana →

dppn

The Bodhisatta born as king of Kusāvati. DN.ii.169ff.

makkhali →

dppn

…or for their rectitude. The attainment of any given condition or character does not depend either on one’s own acts, nor on the acts of another,…

mallā →

dppn

…thereupon came to the Upavattana Sāla grove where the Buddha was, in order to pay him their last respects. Ānanda made them stand in groups…

manosattā →

dppn

A class of devas. Beings who die devoted to some idea are born in their world—e.g., a Nigaṇṭha who will take only warm water and would rather die than take it cold. MN.i.376

mettagū →

dppn

…in the world, and the Buddha’s answer, that it was through attachment. Snp.1006 Snp.1049–1060

mettaji →

dppn

MettajiMattaji

A monk whose Theragāthā verse extols the Buddha. Thag.94

migacīra →

dppn

A park near Indapatta, where Raṭṭhapāla Thera stayed. MN.ii.65

28.69299, 77.178953park

migajāla →

dppn

…going to the forest to live in solitude prior to his attainment of arahantship.

migasālā →

dppn

A woman follower of the Buddha. She was the daughter of Pūraṇa, chamberlain of Pasenadi, and niece of Isidatta. AN.iii.347 AN.v.137

mittā →

dppn

…birth….

moḷiyasīvaka →

dppn

…untoward happenings, sudden attacks from without and also from one’s kamma—and to say that these are all predestined is to go too far. Sīvaka…

māluṅkyāputta →

dppn

…before Mālunkyāputta’s attainment of arahantship, because in both the Buddha speaks disparagingly of him.

In the Mālunkyāputta Sutta in the…

māra →

dppn

…legend of Māra attacking the Buddha to prevent his Awakening had its origin in the Padhāna Sutta. Snp.494–517 There Māra is…

nakulamātā →

dppn

…that they had been the Bodhisatta’s parents for five hundred births and his near relations for many more. The Buddha preached to them and they…

nakulapitā →

dppn

…that they had been the Bodhisatta’s parents for five hundred births and his near relations for many more. The Buddha preached to them and they…

nanda →

dppn

…and practiced sincerely, attaining arahantship. Ud.iii.2 His Theragāthā verses speak of his struggle with desire. Thag.157f.

Later, on…

nandaka →

dppn

…second, five hundred of them attained arahantship. MN.iii.270 AN.iv.358ff. From that time the Buddha declared him foremost among exhorters of the…

nandiya →

dppn

…to the Dark Lord not to attack a bhikkhu such as he. Thag.25

Nandiya2

A Sakyan layman. He visited the Buddha at the Nigrodhārāma…

nigrodhārāma →

dppn

…taught him the Bhaddekaratta Sutta. Is this Lomasakaṅgiya the same as Lomavaṅgīsa, who is also mentioned SN.v.327 as having lived in…

niraya →

dppn

…Nikāya contains another list: Gūtha, Kukkuḷa, Simbalivana, Asipattavana and Khārodakanadī.

40.25264,58.439415hell

nāgadatta →

dppn

…deva, noticing this, admonished him, and it is said that Nāgadatta paid heed to the warning. SN.i.200

nālāgiri →

dppn

…stalls at Rājagaha. Devadatta, after several vain attempts to kill the Buddha, obtained Ajātasattu’s consent to use Nālagiri as a means of…

nāḷandā →

dppn

NāḷandāNālaNālakaNālikaUpatissagāma

Mentioned as a brahmin village in Māgadha, not far from Rājagaha. SN.iv.251 AN.v.120 AN.v.121 SN.v.161

Also mentioned as a town near Rājagaha. The Buddha is menti …

pakkha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of attaining happiness. Thag.63

paramatta →

dppn

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

parittasubhā →

dppn

A class of devas belonging to the Subha Devas. MN.iii.102 Beings are born among them after attaining the third jhāna.

passika →

dppn

His Theragāthā verses speak of his helping his relatives to practice generosity, so they attained a favorable rebirth. Thag.240–242

pavattā →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

paṭācārā →

dppn

…speak of her efforts to attain Awakening. Thig.112–116 She was declared by the Buddha to be the best among bhikkhunīs who knew the Vinaya….

phagguna →

dppn

…and comforted him. Phagguna died soon after, having attained arahantship.

pilindavaccha →

dppn

…to minister to Pilinda, was attacked by robbers and two girls were kidnapped. Pilinda, by his iddhi power caused them to be brought back, and the…

piṅgiya →

dppn

…he failed to reach any attainment. Thereupon he praised the Buddha and begged of him to go on. The Buddha preached to him further, and he…

purāṇa →

dppn

…He was the brother of Isidatta and the father of Migasālā. In his later years he lived the life of a celibate and was reborn in Tusita as a…

pāricchattaka →

dppn

A tree in Tāvatiṃsā, which grew in the Nandanavana. The devas eagerly watch each stage of development of leaf and flower, and each stage is marked by great rejoicings. AN.iv.117f.

pātikaputta →

dppn

…much impressed Sunakkhatta. Pātikaputta had prophesied that, after death, the Licchavi general Ajita would be born in Mahā Niraya, but…

pāvārikambavana →

dppn

Pāvārikambavana1

The mango grove of Pāvārika of Kosambī.

Kosambī3parkPāvārikambavana2

A mango grove at Nāḷandā where the Buddha stayed when on a visit there. DN.ii.81 It was t …

rattapāṇi →

dppn

The name of a dyer; perhaps a class name. MN.i.385

raṭṭhapāla →

dppn

…there, dwelling alone, he attained arahantship within a short time. Then, with the Buddha’s permission, he returned to Thullakoṭṭhita and…

revata →

dppn

…the Dhamma, which recital therefore came to be called Sattasatī. Vin.ii.299ff.

reṇu →

dppn

…it with his friends—Sattabhū, Brahmadatta, Vessabhū, Bharata, and the two Dhataratthas.

The seven divisions of the kingdom were called…

rāhula →

dppn

…mind was ripe for final attainment, went with him alone to Andhavana, and preached to him the Cūḷa Rāhulovāda Sutta. At the end of the…

rājadatta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how, when he saw a woman’s rotting corpse in the cemtery, at first lust arose, then he mindfully overcame his defilements. Thag.315–319

rājagaha →

dppn

…was contemplating an attack on the Vajjians, and sent his minister, Vassakāra, to the Buddha at Gijjhakūṭa, to find out what his chances…

sadāmattā →

dppn

A class of Devas, present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

sakka →

dppn

…out as a human being, thus attaining to his celestial sovereignty. When the devas fight the Asuras they do so under the banner and orders of…

sakulā →

dppn

…After ordination she attained Awakening together with the divine eye. Thig.97–101

Sakulā2

Sister of Somā. They were both…

samiddhi →

dppn

…him on the Bhaddekaratta Sutta. Samiddhi confessed ignorance, and the Deva asked him to learn it from the Buddha. This he did from a brief…

samuddadatta →

dppn

A monk whom Devadatta persuaded to join him in trying to bring about schism in the Order.Vin.ii.196 Vin.iii.171 He was a favourite of Thullanandā….

sandhita →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of attaining a perception of the Buddha under a fig tree. Thag.217–218

sappadāsa →

dppn

…to commit suicide, when, inward vision suddenly expanding, he attained arahantship. Thag.405–410

sattabhū →

dppn

The king of the Kālingas in the time of Reṇu. His purohita was Jotipāla, and his capital, Dantapura. DN.ii.236

sattamba →

dppn

SattambaSattambaka

A shrine near Vesāli. DN.ii.102 Ud.vi.1 SN.v.259 AN.iv.309 It was to the west of Vesāli. DN.iii.9

25.99693, 85.135113shrine

sattapaṇṇiguhā →

dppn

A cave in Rājagaha, on the slope of Mount Vebhāra. Once, when the Buddha was staying there, he gave to Ānanda the opportunity of asking him to live for an eon, but Ānanda, because of his un-mindfulne …

sattarasavaggiyā →

dppn

A group of monks in the Buddha’s time, who seem to have incurred the enmity of the Chabbaggīyas. The latter turned them out of a vihāra as soon as they had prepared it, and were violent towards them …

sañjaya →

dppn

…recluse or brahmin can ever attain to absolute knowledge and insight. Sañjaya is sent for by Pasenadi, but, on being questioned, says that…

sela →

dppn

…entered the Order with his pupils, and, at the end of a week, he attained arahantship. Snp.p.104ff. MN.ii.146f.

sigālakamātā →

dppn

SigālakamātāSiṅgālakamātāSigālamātāSiṅgālamātā

She was declared chief of nuns who had attained release by faith. AN.i.25

sikhī →

dppn

…puṇḍarīka.

  • The Bodhisatta was Arindama, king of Paribhutta.
  • Abhibhū and Sambhava were his chief disciples among monks.
  • Akhila and…

soṇa →

dppn

…on his feet. But he won no attainment and was filled with despair. The Buddha saw this and taught him that when he was a vīṇā player his…

soṇā →

dppn

…old age. Her Therīgāthā verses tell of her striving and attainment. AN.i.25 Thig.102–106

subhā →

dppn

…striving for insight, she attained arahantship on the eighth day. Thig.338–361 The Buddha saw this and praised her in three verses….

sudatta →

dppn

…DN.ii.92 SN.v.356f.

Sudatta2

A devaputta who visited the Buddha at Jetavana and spoke two stanzas on the value of earnestness….

suddhāvāsā →

dppn

…Sudassā, Sudassī and Akaniṭṭhā. DN.iii.237

There anāgāmīs are born, and there they attain arahantship.

The Buddha is mentioned as having…

sugandha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of going forth after one rainy season, then attaining the Dhamma. Thag.24

sujātā →

dppn

…thus assured for herself the attainment of arahantship. DN.ii.92 SN.v.356f.

Sujātā3

Youngest sister of Visākhā. She was the…

sumana →

dppn

…his teacher from lake Anotatta. He is said to be Anuruddha’s novice. Thag.429–434

He may be the same Sumana who represented the monks from…

sumedhā →

dppn

…hair by herself, and then attained the first jhāna. When her parents entered her room with Anikadatta, she converted them all, and obtained…

sunakkhatta →

dppn

…win the admiration of Sunakkhatta was Pātikaputta, and Sunakkhatta wished the Buddha to pay honour to him. But the Buddha quoted to Sunakkhatta the…

sundara →

dppn

…mind as to whether any blame attached to him and he consulted the Buddha, who said that as Sundara had not acquiesced in the act, he was blameless….

sundarīnandā →

dppn

Sundarīnandā1

Younger sister of Thullanandā; she had two other sisters, Nandā and Nandavatī. Sāḷha Migāranattā seduced her, and she was proclaimed guilty of a Pārājika offence. Vin.iv.21 …

suppiya →

dppn

…He was the teacher of Brahmadatta. It was the discussion between these two, in the Ambalaṭṭhikā park, regarding the virtues of the Buddha, his…

suriyavaccasā →

dppn

…heard Pañcasikha sing love-songs in her honour, which also contained references to his deep attachment to the Buddha. This influenced her choice,…

surādha →

dppn

A monks whose Theragāthā verses speak of attaining the goal of the spiritual life. Thag.135–136

sādhuka →

dppn

A village in Kosala where Isidatta and Purāṇa once stayed. SN.v.348

sāmidatta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of the end of rebirth. Thag.90

sāmā →

dppn

…five times, then later attained the end of suffering. Thig.37–38

Sāmā2Aparasāmā

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses…

sāmāvatī →

dppn

…in afire, all of whom had attained the Dhamma. Ud.vii.10

Sāmāvatī is reckoned among the moist eminent of the lay women who were followers of…

sāḷha →

dppn

Sāḷha1Migāranattā

He once visited Nandaka Thera with Pekkhuniya’s grandson, Rohana. AN.i.193f. He built a vihāra for the nuns and Sundarīndā was appointed to supervise the work. As a r …

sīvali →

dppn

…Theragāthā verse speaks of attaining his goal and abandoning pride. Thag.60

Sīvali was declared by the Buddha AN.i.24 pre-eminent among…

sūkarakha →

dppn

…and the sutta led to his attainment of arahantship. MN.i.497 MN.i.501

A conversation which the Buddha had there with Sāriputta is recorded in…

tattalā →

dppn

Messenger of Vessavaṇa. DN.iii.201

thūlū →

dppn

…village of Uttarakā belonged to them, and when the Buddha was staying there with Sunakkhatta, the latter was greatly taken up with the practices…

tissa →

dppn

…became a Sotāpanna, later attaining arahantship. Snp.p.160f.

Tissa4

The personal name of Metteyya, friend of Tissa. In the Sutta…

tusita →

dppn

…(e.g., Purāṇa and Isidatta) are born there. AN.iii.348 AN.v.138

It is the rule for all Bodhisattas to be born in Tusita in their last life…

tuṭṭha →

dppn

A lay disciple of Ñātika who died and was reborn in the Suddhāvāsa, there to attain Nibbāna. SN.v.358 DN.ii.92

udaya →

dppn

…emancipation through higher knowledge and the destruction of ignorance. Because Udaya had already attained to the fourth jhāna, the Buddha…

uddaka →

dppn

…by Rāma, which was the attainment of the state of “neither-perception-nor-non-perception”. When Gotama had mastered this, Uddaka made…

udena cetiya →

dppn

…Sārandada, Sattamba, Cāpāla and Bahuputta—all of which are described as beautiful spots. DN.ii.102 SN.v.260 AN.iv.309…

udāyī →

dppn

…factors and thereby attained to final emancipation. SN.v.89

He is rebuked by the Buddha for his sarcastic remark to Ānanda, that Ānanda…

ugga →

dppn

…why it was that some beings attained full freedom in this very life, while others did not. Because of grasping, says the…

uggaha →

dppn

UggahaMeṇḍakanattā

The grandson of the banker Meṇḍaka; he lived in Bhaddiya. Once when the Buddha was staying in the Jātiyāvana at Bhaddiya, Uggaha invited him and three monks to a meal at his house. …

upaka →

dppn

…questioned the Buddha on his attainments, and when the Buddha told him what he had accomplished he asked the Buddha if he were “Anantajina.”…

upavatta →

dppn

UpavattaUpavattana

The sāla-grove of the Mallas of Kusināra, on the further side of the Hiraññavatī. This was the last resting-place of the…

upavāna →

dppn

…Once when the Buddha was attacked by cramp, Upavāna, with the help of his lay-friend Devahita, obtained hot water and suitable medicines, with…

uposatha →

dppn

…Elephant Treasure of the Cakkavatti Mahāsudassana. He was “all white, sevenfold firm (sattappatiṭṭha), wonderful in power, flying through…

upāli →

dppn

…has not mastered his mind or attained to tranquillity.

Three verses are ascribed to Upāli in the Theragāthā Thag.249–251 where he admonishes…

uruvelā →

dppn

UruvelāSenānigamaUruvelapattana

A locality on the banks of the Nerañjara, in the neighbourhood of the Bodhi-tree at Buddhagayā. MN.i.166 The…

uruvelākassapa →

dppn

…Fire Sermon, and they all attained arahantship.

From Gayāsīsa the Buddha went to Rājagaha with the Kassapas and their pupils, and in the…

usabha →

dppn

…he became ashamed and attained enlightenment. Thag.197–198

Usabha 3

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in the Isigili Sutta. MN.iii.70

uttamā →

dppn

…Buddha, she has developed the seven awakening-factors and attained Nibbāna. Thig.45–47

uttarakā →

dppn

…village of the Thūlūs. The Buddha once stayed there and Sunakkhatta was in his company. At that time Korakkhattiya was…

uttarapāla →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse tell of how he overcame his desire and confusion and attained arahantship. Thag.252–254

vacchagotta →

dppn

…attained all that is to be attained by a non arahant’s understanding and asks for a further exposition of the Doctrine. The Buddha tells him to…

vacchapāla →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of the ease of attaining Nibbana for one who practices well. Thag.71

vajjī →

dppn

…the Buddha’s lifetime some monks of Vajji joined Devadatta. Vin.ii.199f.

26.23922, 85.435181janapada

vappa →

dppn

…others the Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta. Soon after, Vappa and his companions became arahants, at the end of the Anattalakkhaṇa Sutta. Vin.i.12…

vassakāra →

dppn

…In this context we find that Vassakāra was Mahāmatta to Bimbisāra as well.

vebhāra →

dppn

…In this hill was the Sattapaṇṇiguhā, where the first Convocation was held. Vin.ii.76 The river Tapodā rose in a lake at the foot of…

verañjā →

dppn

…by giving an account of his attainment of the threefold knowledge. The interview ends with the conversion of Verañja and his invitation to the…

vesāli →

dppn

…the Gotamaka cetiya, the Sattambaka cetiya, the Bahuputta cetiya, and the Sārandada cetiya. Other monasteries are also mentioned, in or near…

vetaraṇi →

dppn

…Hell. SN.i.21 Snp.674 It may be the same as the great “Caustic River” referred to in the Devadatta Sutta. MN.iii.185 Its waters are sharp and…

veḷuvana →

dppn

…five hundred monks whom Devadatta had enticed away to Gayāsīsa. Vin.ii.200 It was there that the monks of the First Council met Purāṇa, who…

vimala →

dppn

…joined the Order and attained arahantship. Vin.i.18f.

Vimala2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of being peaceful amidst…

visākha →

dppn

…to Rājagaha after she had attained arahantship. Visākha, hearing of her return, visited her at the nunnery and asked her various questions…

visākhā →

dppn

Visākhā1

. Thig.13

Visākhā2

The chief among the female lay disciples of the Buddha and declared by him to be foremost among those who ministered to the Order. AN.i.26 She is c …

yasa →

dppn

…and joined the Order, attaining arahantship in due course, as did fifty others of Yasa’s former friends and acquaintances. Vin.i.15–20

A…

yasadatta →

dppn

While journeying in the company of Sabhiya, he came to Sāvatthī, where he was present at the discussion between Sabhiya and the Buddha. It was his purpose to try and discover flaws in the Buddha’s arg …

yasoja →

dppn

…all put forth effort and attained arahantship. Some time after, the Buddha visited Vesāli during a journey and asked Ānanda to send for Yasoja…

yaññadatta →

dppn

A brahmin, father of Koṇāgamana Buddha. DN.ii.7

ājīvakā →

dppn

…that all beings, all lives, all existent things, all living substances attain and must attain, perfection in course of time.

ānanda →

dppn

…of the Buddha and was deeply attached to him. Ānanda entered the Order in the second year of the Buddha’s ministry, together with other Sākiyan…

āḷārakālāma →

dppn

…his renunciation, first attached himself, the other being Uddaka Rāmaputta. In the Ariyaparivesāna Sutta MN.i.163–165; also M.i.240ff.

anattā →

farkas

éntelenség, magátlanság

cattāri-ariya-saccāni →

farkas

négy nemes igazság

abbhamatta →

ncped

(or mfn.) (of) the size of a cloud

abbhamātta →

ncped

(or mfn.) (of) the size of a cloud

abhiharati →

ncped

  1. fetches, brings; offers; brings forward, advances; brings near, fetches for oneself, partakes of.
  2. (counter-)attacks.

abhihārayati →

ncped

goes to, visits; takes oneself to; attains

abhihāreti →

ncped

goes to, visits; takes oneself to; attains

abhinibbatta →

ncped

resulting; produced; reborn

abhinibbattaka →

ncped

producing, causing to come into being.

abhinibbattati →

ncped

results (from); is produced; becomes, is reborn.

abhinibbattaya →

ncped

abhinibbattayat →

ncped

abhinibbattayati →

ncped

produces; causes to come into being

abhinibbutatta →

ncped

with thoughts calmed; with self quenched.

abhippahāri →

ncped

striking, attacking.

abhippahārin →

ncped

striking, attacking.

abhippavaṭṭa →

ncped

  1. (act.) having rained.
  2. (pass.) rained upon

abhiratta →

ncped

excited, impassioned.

abhirādhita →

ncped

successfully attained.

abhisajjanā →

ncped

offense; (or attachment).

abhisajjati →

ncped

  1. sticks, is attached; is occupied; lingers.
  2. is offended, takes offense; is hostile

abhisambhavati →

ncped

reaches, attains; is able, capable (of); is adequate; masters; endures, bears.

abhisambhoti →

ncped

reaches, attains; is able, capable (of); is adequate; masters; endures, bears.

abhisambuddha →

ncped

…having understood; having attained complete understanding; become a Buddha. 2. (pass.) completely understood, realized

  1. (n.) complete…

abhisambujjhati →

ncped

attains perfect or complete understanding (of); becomes a Buddha.

abhisameti →

ncped

attains; grasps; understands.

abhisatta →

ncped

ordered, controlled.

abhisaṃvisati →

ncped

attaches oneself to; clings to.

abhisaṅgi →

ncped

  1. sticking to, attached to.
  2. taking offense, being hostile.

abhisaṅgin →

ncped

  1. sticking to, attached to.
  2. taking offense, being hostile.

abhitatta →

ncped

scorched; distressed, exhausted (by heat).

abhiyāti →

ncped

goes against, attacks; approaches.

adhigacchati →

ncped

gets to; attains, acquires; finds; understands.

adhigama →

ncped

acquisition, attainment, esp. attainment of a religious goal; understanding; realization.

adhigata →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) (pass.) attained; found; understood.
  2. (n.) attaining; understanding

adhigā →

ncped

attains, finds; understands.

adhimatta →

ncped

above measure, excessive; very great; greater.

adhimattakasimāna →

ncped

excessive leanness; serious emaciation

adhipajjati →

ncped

falls into; attains.

adhipatati →

ncped

falls on; rushes; against; attacks.

adhivattati →

ncped

comes on; moves over; overwhelms.

aha →

ncped

day (followed by an other word in compounds it takes the form aho, as in ahoratta)

ahicchattaka →

ncped

mushroom

ahoratta →

ncped

day and night.

ahorattanusikkhi →

ncped

continually studying; learning

ahorattanusikkhin →

ncped

continually studying; learning

ahorattaṃ →

ncped

day and night; continually

ajjhappattā →

ncped

fallen upon or rushed at.

ajjhatta →

ncped

(from ajjhattaṃ) inner; subjective; within oneself; what is internal; oneself.

ajjhattabahiddhā →

ncped

inwardly and outwardly; in regard to oneself and others

ajjhattaṃ →

ncped

concerning oneself in oneself; inwardly, personally; in regard to oneself (opp. bahiddhā).

ajjhogāḷhappatta →

ncped

immersed in, intimate

ajjhosita →

ncped

  1. (act.) attached to, grasping; being bent on.
  2. (pass.) grasped, caught

alamatta →

ncped

competent

alattakakata →

ncped

reddened (with lac).

alaṅkatapaṭiyatta →

ncped

adorned and decorated; fully adorned

alliyati →

ncped

comes close to; settles down on; leans against; sticks to, is attached (to, acc. or loc)

allīna →

ncped

sticking to, attached to; come close to; resorting to

allīyati →

ncped

comes close to; settles down on; leans against; sticks to, is attached (to, acc. or loc)

anabhisambuddha →

ncped

not having attained complete understanding; not (yet) a Buddha

anadhigama →

ncped

lack of attainment

anadhigata →

ncped

not attained, what has not been attained

ananubhūta →

ncped

not experienced; not attained

ananuppatta →

ncped

anatta →

ncped

not the self, not a soul

anattadhīna →

ncped

dependent; not independent

anattamana →

ncped

dissatisfied, displeased, disgruntled; troubled, worried

anattan →

ncped

not the self, not a soul

anattaneyya →

ncped

not belonging to oneself

anattanupassi →

ncped

looking upon as not the self, not considering there is a self.

anattanupassin →

ncped

looking upon as not the self, not considering there is a self.

anavositatta →

ncped

whose mind has no firm convictions

anodarikatta →

ncped

freedom from gluttony; moderation in eating

antarāppati →

ncped

an offence committed in the meantime (i.e. before the expiration of a parivāsa or mānatta period)

anubhavati →

ncped

experiences, enjoys, suffers; partakes of, has a share in; attains, is equal to; is able; suffices

anubhoti →

ncped

experiences, enjoys, suffers; partakes of, has a share in. attains, is equal to; is able; suffices

anummattaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. not distracted; not insane

anupadhika →

ncped

free from attachment; free from acquisitions (which lead to rebirth)

anupalitta →

ncped

not attached to; not sticking to

anuparivatta →

ncped

anuparivattat →

ncped

anuparivattati →

ncped

turns or moves round after or along with; keeps on moving.

anupatati →

ncped

follows, pursues; falls in; falls upon, attacks.

anupatta →

ncped

  1. (pass.) attained, reached.
  2. (act.) having attained, reached; arrived (at)

anupatti →

ncped

attainment; accomplishment

anupavattayati →

ncped

keeps moving on after (another) or in succession; continues, maintains

anupaññatta →

ncped

additionally ordered or ruled

anuppatta →

ncped

  1. (pass.) attained, reached.
  2. (act.) having attained, reached; arrived (at)

anuppatta vayo →

ncped

having reached (old) age, old

anuppatti →

ncped

attainment; accomplishment

anuppaññatta →

ncped

additionally ordered or ruled

anupāpuṇāti →

ncped

reaches, attains; falls to one’s lot.

anupāti →

ncped

following; attacking.

anupātin →

ncped

following; attacking.

anuratta →

ncped

attached or devoted to; fond of.

anuvattaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. following, attending, faithful (to); agreeing with; a follower, partisan, adherent.

anuvattati →

ncped

follows, attends, sides with; conforms with, practices; imitates.

anuvattayati →

ncped

causes to go on after, keeps in motion; maintains, continues

anuvattāpana →

ncped

making conform to.

anuvivaṭṭa →

ncped

side-piece of a bhikkhu’s robe.

anuyogavatta →

ncped

procedure in examination

anvāsatta →

ncped

ensnared, entwined (by).

anvāvaṭṭa →

ncped

fmn. following

anvāvaṭṭati →

ncped

moves after, follows.

anādāna →

ncped

not grasping; free from attachment

anāgata →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) not come, not yet arrived; future; not learnt, not attained; not attested.
  2. (n.) the future

anāgatattha →

ncped

who was not attained the goal

anāgāmi →

ncped

…stage, and will be reborn only in a Brahma world, and attain arahatship there)

anāgāmin →

ncped

…stage, and will be reborn only in a Brahma world, and attain arahatship there)

anālaya →

ncped

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

anāpannasattā →

ncped

pregnant; a pregnant woman.

anūpadhīka →

ncped

free from attachment; free from acquisitions (which lead to rebirth)

anūpalitta →

ncped

not attached to; not sticking to

apahatta →

ncped

one who takes away or removes.

apahattar →

ncped

one who takes away or removes.

apattacīvaraka →

ncped

(one) who has no bowl or (bhikkhu’s) robe.

appamatta →

ncped

of small measure, little, insignificant

appamattaka →

ncped

(~ā & mattikā1)n. & neuter

  1. (mfn.) little, slight, insignificant.
  2. (n.) a trifle; a little thing

appamattā →

ncped

small matter; a trifle

appuyya →

ncped

having reached; having attained; having pervaded.

arahatta →

ncped

the state or condition of an arahat; arahatship

arahattamagga →

ncped

the path of arahatship, the progress towards arahatship

arahattaphala →

ncped

the fruit, the fulfillment of arahatship (i.e. nibbāna)

arugatta →

ncped

with sores on all limbs.

asipattavana →

ncped

forest of trees with swords or knives for leaves

assāsapatta →

ncped

full of confidence; encouraged

assāsappatta →

ncped

full of confidence; encouraged

atinijjhāyitatta →

ncped

excessive gazing upon.

atipāti →

ncped

transgressing; attacking, injuring.

atipātin →

ncped

transgressing; attacking, injuring.

ativatta →

ncped

overcoming

ativattati →

ncped

goes beyond, escapes from; exceeds, overwhelms; goes too far; transgresses (against).

atta-d-attha →

ncped

atta-d-attha

m.a one’s own profit or interest; one’s own goal

atta-n-tapa →

ncped

atta-n-tapa

mfn. self-mortifying; hurting oneself

attabhara →

ncped

supporting only oneself

attabhāva →

ncped

bodily form, body; existence as an individual; living being

attabhāvapaṭilābha →

ncped

the becoming reborn as an individual; reincarnation; type of body or existence

attabhāvi →

ncped

having a body

attabhāvin →

ncped

having a body

attacatuttha →

ncped

with oneself as the fourth; with three others

attadhipaka →

ncped

with the self, with oneself as master; controlled by the self

attadhīna →

ncped

dependent upon oneself (only); independent

attadutiya →

ncped

with oneself as the second; with a companion

attadīpa →

ncped

relying on oneself; with oneself as an island, a refuge.

attagarahi →

ncped

blaming oneself; reproaching oneself

attagarahin →

ncped

blaming oneself; reproaching oneself

attaghañña →

ncped

self-destruction

attahetu →

ncped

for one’s own sake

attaja →

ncped

born from oneself proceeding from oneself; one’s offspring.

attakilamatha →

ncped

self-mortification.

attakāma →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) (sometimes confused with atthakāma) wishing one’s own (spiritual) benefit.
  2. (m.) one’s own desire, lust; the saṅghādisesa offences of (praising the ministering to one’s) lust

attakāra →

ncped

action by oneself; a personal service

attamana →

ncped

pleased; content; willing.

attamāraṇiya →

ncped

causing death to oneself

attan →

ncped

attanudiṭṭhi →

ncped

dogma about the self; belief in an (enduring) self or soul

attanupkkhi →

ncped

watching oneself

attanupkkhin →

ncped

watching oneself

attanuvādabhaya →

ncped

fear of self-reproach

attanuyogi →

ncped

intent upon oneself or one’s own interest

attanuyogin →

ncped

intent upon oneself or one’s own interest

attanīya →

ncped

belonging to one ‘s self one’s own; belonging to an (enduring) self or soul; what belongs to one’s self; what belongs to an (enduring) self or soul.

attapaṭilābha →

ncped

acquisition of a self; type of personal existence

attarūpa →

ncped

attarūpa1

mfn. very complete; (or quite personal)

attarūpa2

mfn. or neuter fitting for oneself; just oneself; ~ena,…

attatta →

ncped

one’s own profit or interest; one’s own goal

attatthiya →

ncped

concerned with one’s own goal

attavetanabhata →

ncped

supported by one’s own earnings

attavyābādha →

ncped

one’s own distress

attavādupādāna →

ncped

grasping the theory of an (enduring) self or soul

attaññu →

ncped

knowing oneself

attaṭhapañña →

ncped

wise only for oneself; concerned with oneself only (so sometimes commentaries); (same as atta)

attaṭṭapañña →

ncped

looking (only) after one’s own profit or interest; (who is) wise as to his own advantage

attādhipateyya →

ncped

controlled by oneself

attādāna →

ncped

taking upon oneself; a legal process (of the saṅgha) initiated by oneself

attānam →

ncped

is used with fpp as if nom. n.

avaghaṭṭana →

ncped

pushing, hitting.

ayapatta →

ncped

an iron bowl

ayapaṭṭa →

ncped

an iron strip or band

ayopatta →

ncped

an iron bowl

ayopaṭṭa →

ncped

an iron strip or band

aññathatta →

ncped

change, alteration; change of mind; doubt, anxiety

aḍḍharatta →

ncped

midnight

aḍḍharattā →

ncped

midnight

aṇumatta →

ncped

of small size, atomic; least

aṭṭaka →

ncped

(temporary) platform; scaffolding.

aṭṭakaraṇa →

ncped

(the place for) dealing with lawsuits; seats of judgment, courtroom

aṭṭakāraka →

ncped

one of the parties in a lawsuit

aṭṭakārikā →

ncped

one of the parties in a lawsuit

aṭṭassara →

ncped

cry of distress

aṭṭhacattārīsa →

ncped

aṭṭhacattālīsaaṭṭhacattālīsaṃaṭṭhacattāḷīsaaṭṭhacattāḷīsaṃ

num. forty eight

aṭṭhacattārīsaṃ →

ncped

aṭṭhacattālīsaaṭṭhacattālīsaṃaṭṭhacattāḷīsaaṭṭhacattāḷīsaṃ

num. forty eight

aṭṭhaparivatta →

ncped

consisting of eight items

aṭṭāna →

ncped

rubbing board?; a post incised with squares and used as a scrubber by bathers.

aṭṭīyati →

ncped

(from aṭṭa) is distressed, pained, disgusted.

cakka →

ncped

…of authority; sway. 3. an attainment, success, accomplishment (as a means, as wheels are means to progress) 4. a circle of possible cases, a…

cakkavaṭṭaka →

ncped

wheeled device for raising water from a well, a noria.

cakkānuvattaka →

ncped

(one) who turns the wheel afterwards, who keeps the wheels rolling.

cammapaṭṭa →

ncped

flat leather thong?

catta →

ncped

of cajati

  1. (mfn.) left, abandoned; got rid of; renounced, given up; given away.
  2. (n.) abandoning; leaving; ~ena, adv., with renunciation; giving up; absolutely giving up

cattālīsa →

ncped

cattālīsaka →

ncped

(concerning) a group of 40

cattālīsaṃ →

ncped

cattārisaka →

ncped

cattārivassa-sahassāyuka →

ncped

cattārivassa-sahassāyuka

mfn. having a lifespan of 4, 000 years.

cattārīsa →

ncped

forty.

cattārīsachabbassasatāyukā →

ncped

having a lifespan of 640 years.

cattārīsavassasahassāyuka →

ncped

having a lifespan of 40, 000 years.

cattārīsavassāyuka →

ncped

having a lifespan of 40 years.

cattārīsaṃ →

ncped

forty.

cattāḷīsaka →

ncped

catu →

ncped

num (nom./acc. m. cattaro, caturo; n. cattari; f. catasso (and caturo); instr. m.n. catūhi, catuhi (and catubbhi); f. catūhi,…

catucakka →

ncped

(that) which has four postures, or four limbs, or four attainments (i.e. the body); (n.) the four attainments or means.

catucattālīsa →

ncped

forty four.

catucattālīsaṃ →

ncped

forty four.

catucattārīsa →

ncped

forty four.

catucattārīsaṃ →

ncped

forty four.

catucattāḷīsa →

ncped

forty four.

catucattāḷīsaṃ →

ncped

forty four.

catur →

ncped

num (nom./acc. m. cattaro, caturo; n. cattari; f. catasso (and caturo); instr. m.n. catūhi, catuhi (and catubbhi); f. catūhi,…

cetavasippatta →

ncped

who has become in control of his thoughts, who has attained mastery over his thoughts.

cetavimutti →

ncped

…(from defilement or obstruction) by advanced stages of meditation (a state attained temporarily in meditation and permanently with arahatship.

cetavivaṭṭa →

ncped

the turning away of the thoughts.

chacattārīsā →

ncped

num. 46

chacattāḷīsa →

ncped

num. 46

chacattāḷīsaṃ →

ncped

num. 46

chambhitatta →

ncped

stiffness, paralysis, rigidity (through fear)

chasattati →

ncped

num. seventy six.

chatta →

ncped

…of the regalia of a king; chattaṃ ussāpetuṃ, to raise the royal parasol (equivalent to “crown” or “be crowned”); the parasol as the…

chattaka →

ncped

parasol.

chattanāḷi →

ncped

the handle of a sunshade.

chattappagahita →

ncped

carrying a parasol.

chattapāṇī →

ncped

with a parasol in one’s hand.

chaṭṭayati →

ncped

of chaṭṭeti

chāratta →

ncped

(a period of) six nights.

chārattaparamaṃ →

ncped

indeclinable for six nights at the most.

chārattaṃ →

ncped

for six nights.

ciraratta →

ncped

or neuter a long time.

cirarattaṃ →

ncped

for a long time.

ciratta →

ncped

, abstr. long duration.

cirattaṃ →

ncped

for a long time.

ciṇṇamānatta →

ncped

who has gone the mānatta penance.

coḷapaṭṭa →

ncped

strip of cloth.

cāmarachattagāhakā →

ncped

those who hold the chowry and parasol.

dakkhiṇāvattaka →

ncped

dakkhiṇāvaṭṭaka →

ncped

winding to the right.

dandhāyitatta →

ncped

slowness; hesitation; delaying.

datta →

ncped

mad; foolish; wild; arrogant.

daḷhamaṭṭalākoṭṭhaka →

ncped

with strong gatehouses and watchtowers.

devatta →

ncped

, abstr. the state of being a deva; divinity.

devattana →

ncped

the state of being a deva.

dhamanisanthatagatta →

ncped

with limbs covered with prominent veins.

dhamma →

ncped

…duty; what is right; law, justice. 3. good practice; a good quality or characteristic or attainment. 4. a quality or characteristic; any…

dhammacakkappavattana →

ncped

preaching of the universal righteousness.

dhammakkhandha →

ncped

group of dhammas (as good practices and attainments)

dhammatta →

ncped

, abstr. the being legal or valid, the being according to the rule.

dhaṃsati →

ncped

dhaṃsati1

pr. 3 sg. is bold; dares to attack.

dhaṃsati2

pr. 3 sg. falls (from); is gone (from); is deprived of.

dhaṃseti →

ncped

…3 sg. of dhamsati dares to attack; offends

dhaṃseti2

caus. pr. 3 sg. of dhamsati makes fall; deprives of; destroys; scatters,…

dhuvabhatta →

ncped

regular food; a guaranteed meal (for a particular person (?)

dhūmāyitatta →

ncped

smoky darkness.

diṭṭhinipātta →

ncped

look; a glance.

diṭṭhipatta →

ncped

(one) who has achieved insight; who has achieved (nibbana) through insight.

dukkhatta →

ncped

, abstr. the being painful or difficult.

dupaṭṭa →

ncped

of a double thickness; a double thickness of material; a robe of double material.

duppadhaṃsiya →

ncped

hard to attack, unassailable.

durabhisambhava →

ncped

difficult to do, hard to attain; difficult to endure.

duradhigama →

ncped

hard to attain.

durativatta →

ncped

hard to get beyond.

durāsada →

ncped

hard or dangerous to approach; difficult to attack; difficult to be met with, unparalleled.

dussapaṭṭa →

ncped

strip of cloth.

dvecattālīsa →

ncped

num.

dvecattārīsa →

ncped

num.

dvecattāḷīsa →

ncped

num. forty two.

dvesattati →

ncped

num. seventy two.

dvirāvaṭṭa →

ncped

with two turns; with two whirlpools.

dvārabhatta →

ncped

food placed before the door.

dvāsattati →

ncped

num. seventy two.

dvāvāṭṭa →

ncped

dīgharattassa →

ncped

adverb for a long time.

dīgharattaṃ →

ncped

adverb for a long time.

dīgharattāya →

ncped

adverb for a long time.

dīghatta →

ncped

length; the being long.

ekagārika →

ncped

ekagārika1

neuter attacking and robbing isolated houses

ekagārika2

m(fn). taking alms only from one house

ekasattati →

ncped

71

ekatta →

ncped

ekatta1

neuter abstr. the being one;

  1. oneness, unity; identity; integration; a collective idea; a single concept; the single number,…

ekattakāya →

ncped

having bodies of the same nature, having uniform bodies

ekattanirata →

ncped

(or n.) devoted to (or devotion to) solitariness or unity

ekattasaññi →

ncped

…same nature;…

ekattasaññin →

ncped

…same nature;…

ekattavāsa →

ncped

living together

gamanīya →

ncped

to be gone to; to be reached; attainable.

gantabba →

ncped

  1. (mfn.)

    1. to be gone to; to be attained.
    2. to be traveled; to be gone along.
  2. (n. impers.) one must go.

gatatta →

ncped

whose self is gone (to the highest pint)

gatta →

ncped

the body; (pl.) the limbs of the body.

gaṇakamahāmatta →

ncped

minister of finance; an accountant.

gaṇakamahāmattā →

ncped

gehanissita →

ncped

connected with, attached to, rooted in, the household (sensual) life.

gehasita →

ncped

connected with, attached to, rooted in, the household (sensual) life; appropriate only for the household life.

ghammābhitatta →

ncped

afflicted by, suffering from, the heat.

ghaṭṭayanta →

ncped

of ghaṭṭeti

ghaṭṭayati →

ncped

ghaṭṭāpenta →

ncped

of ghaṭṭita

govatta →

ncped

gāmapaṭṭa →

ncped

the site of a village.

gāmapaṭṭana →

ncped

iddhi →

ncped

…accomplishment, magic power (possessed by devas, etc, and attained by some ascetics and mendicants).

indriyatta →

ncped

the sate of different degrees of development of the faculties

isisattama →

ncped

best of seers; or seventh of the isis.

itthatta →

ncped

itthatta1

neuter the state of being thus; existence in this form; existence here.

itthatta2

neuter the state of being a…

iṇaṭṭa →

ncped

oppressed, stricken by debt

janapadatthāvariyapatta →

ncped

who has achieved stability in the country, whose country is stable; whose position is secure.

jhatta →

ncped

of jhāpita consumed, dried up; weakened

jotiparāyana →

ncped

attaining to light or splendor.

jārattana →

ncped

, abstr. the state of being a lover; an affair.

jātaka →

ncped

…Buddha (when he was a bodhisatta); the name of one of the nine categories (aṅgas) of the scriptures; one of the collections making up the…

jīvitanikanti →

ncped

fondness, desire, for life, attachment to life.

kalāyamatta →

ncped

(~ā & ~ī)n. the size of a chickpea.

kambala →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) woolen, made of wool.
  2. (m.n.) a woollen cloth or blanket or shawl (very often ratta- or paṇḍu-); a blanket or shawl.

kammappatta →

ncped

competent to enact an official act of the saṅgha; suitable or sufficient to enact an official act of the saṅgha

kapālahatta →

ncped

with alms-bowl in hand

karavīrapatta →

ncped

“oleander leaf”, a kind of arrowhead.

kattabbaka →

ncped

(what is) to be done.

kattar) →

ncped

one who makes, creates, produces (+ acc. or gen.); one who acts, who does.

kattara →

ncped

walking stick.

kattaradaṇḍa →

ncped

walking stick; a staff

kattarasuppa →

ncped

(worn out) winnowing basket

kattari →

ncped

scissors; clippers.

kattarikā →

ncped

scissors; clippers

kattariyā →

ncped

scissors; clippers

kattikanakkhatta →

ncped

the constellation or lunar mansion of the Pleiades.

kattā →

ncped

having done or made.

kañcanasannibhattaca →

ncped

with the skin like gold, golden skinned (one of the 32 characteristics of a mahāpurisa).

kaṇhavattanī →

ncped

whose path is black (of fire)

kaṇṭakavaṭṭa →

ncped

clump or hedge of thorns

kaṭhina →

ncped

…cloth for making robes was attached while being sewn; esp. kaṭhinaṃ attharati

  1. spreads or covers the kaṭhina, i.e. makes a robe using…

kevaṭṭa →

ncped

fisherman.

khandhakavatta →

ncped

…conduct prescribed in the Vattakkhandhaka (Vin ii 207–231). 2. one of 82 subsidiary rules of conduct, either prescribed in the Khandhaka section…

khatta →

ncped

an attendant, a porter, an equerry; a steward.

khatta(r)2

masculine a digger; one who digs.

khattar →

ncped

an attendant, a porter, an equerry; a steward.

khatta(r)2

masculine a digger; one who digs.

khattavijjā →

ncped

the knowledge or competence required of a khattiya; polity; self-interest; expediency.

khattavijjāsippa →

ncped

the skill in polity; the branch of knowledge that is political science

khematta →

ncped

khematta1

m(fn). one who is secure, at peace

khematta2

neuter abstr. security, safety; well being; peace

khuṃsana →

ncped

abuse; insulting; verbal attack.

khuṃsayati →

ncped

abuses, insults; attacks verbally

khuṃseti →

ncped

abuses, insults; attacks verbally

khīramatta →

ncped

(one) made satisfied, drugged with milk, a baby

kilañjachatta →

ncped

sunshade or umbrella made of (woven) reeds, of matting

kodhasammadasammatta →

ncped

exhilarated with the intoxication of anger

kulaparivatta →

ncped

a family circle; a family generation

kulaparivaṭṭa →

ncped

a family circle; a family generation

kuṇḍalāvatta →

ncped

curling a ring

kuṇḍalāvaṭṭa →

ncped

curling a ring

kāca →

ncped

…a carrying-pole (a pole with ropes to which burdens are attached); a carrying-pole’s load

kāja →

ncped

carrying-pole (a pole with ropes to which burdens are attached); a carrying-pole’s load

kāveyyamatta →

ncped

intoxicated with poetry-writing; in a muse of poetic inspiration

kāyapaṭibaddha →

ncped

tied, bound to the body;

  1. dependent on the body.
  2. (what is) attached to the body

kāyappaṭibaddha →

ncped

tied, bound to the body;

  1. dependent on the body.
  2. (what is) attached to the body

nakkhatta →

ncped

star; a heavenly body; a pattern or a group of stars or constellation through which the moon passes, one of 27 (or 28) lunar mansions; a disposition of the stars or constellations; a favorable disposi …

nakkhattaggāha →

ncped

obscuring, occultation, of a star or a pattern or a group of stars.

nakkhattamāli →

ncped

with a garland of stars.

nakkhattamālin →

ncped

with a garland of stars.

nakkhattapada →

ncped

constellation; a lunar mansion.

natta →

ncped

grandchild.

nattamahaṃ →

ncped

by day and night.

nattamatta →

ncped

one who is like a grandson, who is the age or status of one’s grandson

nattamāla →

ncped

tree; the indian beech; the tree pongamia pinnata.

nattar →

ncped

grandchild.

nattumatta →

ncped

navaratta →

ncped

newly dyed

naṅgalāvatta →

ncped

the turning track of the plow

naṅgalāvattan →

ncped

the turning track of the plow

naṅgalāvattani →

ncped

turning the plow

naṅgalāvattani(n)2

mfn. swishing its tail

naṅgalāvattanin →

ncped

turning the plow

naṅgalāvattani(n)2

mfn. swishing its tail

naṭṭaki →

ncped

dancer; an acrobat; an entertainer.

nekkhammasita →

ncped

connected with, attached to, rooted in, the of renunciation; appropriate (only) to the life of renunciation.

nibbatta →

ncped

of nibbattati

  1. arisen; originated; come into being; developed.
  2. removed?

nibbattabīja →

ncped

with the seed removed; (or with the seed fully developed?)

nibbattati →

ncped

arises; comes into being; appears; becomes.

nibbattayati →

ncped

nibbatti →

ncped

nibbatti1

caus. pr. 3 sg. of nibbattati

nibbatti2

aor. 3 sg. coming into being; origination; appearance.

niccabhattaka →

ncped

constant food, food given always.

nikanti →

ncped

wanting, longing; attachment, fondness.

niketa →

ncped

home; a (temporary) habitation; where someone or something stays or settles or is attached.

niketasāri →

ncped

keeping to a home; clinging; attached.

niketasārin →

ncped

keeping to a home; clinging; attached.

nirata →

ncped

delighting in; attached, devoted to; intent upon.

niratta →

ncped

niratta1

mfn. the lack of an enduring self; ? the letting go (of an enduring self); ?

niratta2

neuter thrown off; let go.

nirattan →

ncped

.

nirupadhi →

ncped

free from belongings; from free from attachment

nirupadhika →

ncped

free from attachments; free from belongings.

nirāsatti →

ncped

free from attachment

nissita →

ncped

of nissayati resorting to, inhabiting; dependent (on); leaning on; attached to, supported by; close to, connected to; resorted to

nivatta →

ncped

gone or come back, returned, turned back; turned away from, giving up; ceased

nivattabīja →

ncped

whose seed is inoperative?

nivattanta →

ncped

of nivattati

nivattati →

ncped

(intrans.) returns, turns round, turns back; gives up; stops, ceases; tums away from.

nivattenta →

ncped

of nivattati

nivattitabba →

ncped

of nivattati

nivattāpeti →

ncped

(~antī)n. Makes to return, turn round, turn back; makes give up; makes to stop, ceases; makes to turn away from.

nivattāpetvā →

ncped

  1. makes to return, turn round, turn back; makes give up; makes to stop, ceases; makes to turn away from.

nivesana →

ncped

  1. settlement; a dwelling-place, a house, a home.
  2. settling (on or in), attachment (to); where one settles.

niyyatta →

ncped

given; yielded.

nānatta →

ncped

nānatta1

neuter various; different; separated.

nānatta2

neuter abstr. diversity, variety; difference.

nānattakathā →

ncped

various sorts of talk, tale, trivial conversation.

nānattakāya →

ncped

having bodies of different nature, whose bodies are not uniform.

nānattasaññi →

ncped

having different perceptions or notions.

nānattasaññin →

ncped

having different perceptions or notions.

nānattavaṇṇi →

ncped

of various colors or appearance.

nānattavaṇṇin →

ncped

of various colors or appearance.

nānattavaṇṇī →

ncped

nīhārabhatta →

ncped

for whom food has been brought.

odapattakinī →

ncped

(a wife) married with a ritual involving a bowl of water.

odarikatta →

ncped

gluttony; concern for one’s stomach

ogādhappatta →

ncped

having gained firm footing.

olagga →

ncped

fastened; attached.

olaggeti →

ncped

fastens, ties on; attaches.

olaggi →

ncped

fastens, ties on; attaches.

omasa →

ncped

piercing, striking, attacking (verbally).

omasati →

ncped

omasati1

pr. 3 sg. hurts; pierces; strikes; strikes in a downward direction; attacks verbally.

omasati2

pr. 3 sg. touches, strokes (in a downward direction).

onītapattapāṇi →

ncped

with hands and bowl rinsed

opadhika →

ncped

connected with material acquisitions and attachment; (according to commentaries) forming a basis for rebirth.

oramattaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. lesser; insignificant; of small value or importance

otāra →

ncped

entrance, way in; opening, opening for attack; weak point.

ovaṭṭa →

ncped

rained upon; exposed to the rain

sādāna →

ncped

grasping, being attached

sāvaṭṭa →

ncped

with whirlpools or eddies

tamaparāyaṇa →

ncped

attaining to darkness.

tathātta →

ncped

being of such a character.

tatta →

ncped

of tapati heated; hot; made red hot; molten

tattaka →

ncped

(~a, -ikā)n. of such a size, so large; so much; so many.

tecattālīsa →

ncped

num. of tecattārīsa(ṃ)

tecattālīsaṃ →

ncped

num. of tecattārīsa(ṃ)

tecattārīsa →

ncped

num. forty three.

tecattārīsaka →

ncped

group of 43

tecattārīsaṃ →

ncped

num. forty three.

tecattāḷīsa →

ncped

num. of tecattārīsa(ṃ)

tecattāḷīsaṃ →

ncped

num. of tecattārīsa(ṃ)

timirāyitatta →

ncped

, abstr. the appearance of darkness; darkness.

tisattati →

ncped

num. seventy three.

tuvaṭṭa →

ncped

lying down.

tuvaṭṭati →

ncped

lies down.

tuvaṭṭavagga →

ncped

the section on lying down (Vinaya IV)

tuvaṭṭayati →

ncped

tuvaṭṭayuṃ →

ncped

of tuvaṭṭati

tuvaṭṭenta →

ncped

(~entī)n. of tuvaṭṭati

tuvaṭṭesum →

ncped

of tuvaṭṭati

tuvaṭṭitabba →

ncped

, impers. of tuvaṭṭati

tālapatta →

ncped

palm leaf.

tāvattaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n.

ubbaṭṭayati →

ncped

massages, rubs (with unguents)

ubhosaṅga →

ncped

both attachments, attachment to both

uccattana →

ncped

height

udapatta →

ncped

bowl of water.

uddesabhatta →

ncped

food specially prepared for a specific number of persons

uddhaṃsarāsatti →

ncped

attachment to, devotion to moving on (?)

ugghaṭṭa →

ncped

rubbed; scratched

ugghaṭṭapāda →

ncped

with rubbed feet, footsore

ummatta →

ncped

distracted; insane.

ummattaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. distracted; insane.

upadhi →

ncped

…belongings, acquisitions (according to commentaries including the body); attachment to such possessions (forming a basis for rebirth).

upahatta →

ncped

one who brings, who presents.

upahattar →

ncped

one who brings, who presents.

upajjhāyamatta →

ncped

(one) having the status of preceptor; like a preceptor

upalimpati →

ncped

…pr. 3 sg.

  1. is smeared, is defiled (by, instr.).
  2. is attached to, sticks, adheres (to, loc.)

upalippati →

ncped

(also upalimpati (?))

  1. is smeared, is defiled (by, instr.).
  2. is attached to, sticks, adheres (to, loc.)

upalitta →

ncped

attached to; sticking to

upanibandhati →

ncped

ties, fastens, attaches; connects (+loc. or instr.).

upanibatta →

ncped

come into being, originated.

upanivattati →

ncped

comes back, returns (to).

upasampadā →

ncped

  1. attainment.
  2. full ordination, admission into the saṅgha.

upasampajja →

ncped

  1. reaching, attaining; having entered upon.
  2. being ordained; after ordination

upavattati →

ncped

comes near, falls to; is found, is.

upaññātta →

ncped

made known; instituted; (first) taught

uppilāvitatta →

ncped

elation; exhilaration

upātivatta →

ncped

gone beyond, free from

upātivattat →

ncped

upātivattati →

ncped

goes beyond; escapes from; transgresses; oversteps.

upātivattatittho →

ncped

urattāḷiṃ →

ncped

(sometimes written as urattāḷī) beating one’s own breast

urattāḷī →

ncped

beating one’s own breast

ussada →

ncped

…a supplementary niraya (of which there are either 16 or 16 attached to each mahāniraya).

ussannatta →

ncped

accumulation, piling up; predominance, greater amount

ussūrabhatta →

ncped

whose meal is late in the day

uttarimanussadhamma →

ncped

(& mfn.?) an extraordinary or superhuman quality or attainment; (beyond the human norm; extraordinary)

uttiṭṭhapatta →

ncped

bowl for leftovers or containing leftovers.

uñchapattāgata →

ncped

whatever has come into the bowl by gathering or begging, whatever comes into the alms bowl

uḷāratta →

ncped

the being of noble character; excellence, nobility

uṇhabhitatta →

ncped

scorched and distressed by heat

ñatta →

ncped

skill or accomplishment; a public reputation (or skill or intellectual accomplishment)

ñattajjhāpanna →

ncped

who has attained good reputation.

ñātiparivaṭṭa →

ncped

the circle of relations.

ācariyamatta →

ncped

(one) having the status of a teacher; like a teacher

ādevitatta →

ncped

wailing, lamenting, deploring.

ādikatta →

ncped

the first performer, the originator

ādikattar →

ncped

the first performer, the originator

ādāna →

ncped

taking, grasping; holding on to; attachment.

ādānasatta →

ncped

or masculine attached to grasping; or creature of attachment

āgacchati →

ncped

comes, comes near; comes back, returns; reaches, attains; is recorded, is handed down by tradition.

āgamma →

ncped

coming, having come; attained; owing to, with reference to, by means of

āgata →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) come, arrived, come back; present; having reached, attained; come down, handed down, learnt.
  2. (n.) arrival; coming

āhatta →

ncped

one who brings.

āhattar →

ncped

one who brings.

ālaya →

ncped

…have or keep or to settle; clinging; longing, desire, attachment; intention.

ālayati →

ncped

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

āmakamatta →

ncped

or neuter unbaked, still unbaked; or an unbaked pot or vessel.

āmalakapatta →

ncped

leaf of the āmalaka plant.

ānejjapatta →

ncped

who or which has reached immovability or imperturbability

ānejjappatta →

ncped

who or which has reached immovability or imperturbability

āneñjapatta →

ncped

who or which has reached immovability or imperturbability

āneñjappatta →

ncped

who or which has reached immovability or imperturbability

āpattādhikaraṇa →

ncped

legal case or dispute concerning an offense

ārakatta →

ncped

, id. the state of being far from.

āsada →

ncped

approach; attack, attacking.

āsatta →

ncped

fixed or fastened to; attached to; intent on (+ loc).

āsatti →

ncped

attachment; clinging to.

āttanuyogi →

ncped

intent on what one has taken up

āttanuyogin →

ncped

intent on what one has taken up

āttañjaha →

ncped

abandoning what has been grasped

āttañjahadaṇḍa →

ncped

āttañjahadaṇḍa1

mfn. who has taken a stick in hand, who has embraced violence

āttañjahadaṇḍa2

mfn. a raised stick; violence

āvatta →

ncped

āvatta1

masculine (n.) turning; turning round; turning back; whirlpool, eddy

āvatta2

pp mfn.

  1. turned, converted;…

āvattamāna →

ncped

āvattati →

ncped

  1. (intrans.) turns, turns to; turns round, rolls; turns back, returns (esp. to a layman’s life); winds, curls.
  2. is enticed, is seduced

āvaṭṭa →

ncped

āvaṭṭa1

masculine (n.) turning; turning round; turning back; whirlpool, eddy

āvaṭṭa2

pp mfn.

  1. turned, converted; enticed, seduced.
  2. having returned; turned back (esp. to …

āvaṭṭaggāha →

ncped

(or mfn.) seizure, possession by a whirlpool; (or: seized by a whirlpool)

āvaṭṭagāha →

ncped

(or mfn.) seizure, possession by a whirlpool; (or: seized by a whirlpool)

āvaṭṭamāna →

ncped

āvaṭṭanī →

ncped

turning, seducing; a seductress; a seductive sorcery.

āvaṭṭati →

ncped

  1. (intrans.) turns, turns to; turns round, rolls; turns back, returns (esp. to a layman’s life); winds, curls.
  2. is enticed, is seduced

āvikatta →

ncped

one who makes manifest, who reveals, discloses

āvikattar →

ncped

one who makes manifest, who reveals, discloses

āṇatta →

ncped

instructed; ordered; enjoined

abhiññā →

nyana

…necessary condition for the attainment of sainthood arahatta, i.e. of the sixth abhiññā.

Vis.M XI-XIII gives a detailed explanation of…

abodes →

nyana

Abodes: vihāra The 4 Divine abodes: brahma-vihāra The 9 abodes of beings: sattāvāsa

adherence →

nyana

Adherence: parāmāsa clinging or attachment.

akuppa-dhamma →

nyana

…person gains the meditative attainments of the fine-material and formless sphere rūpāvacara - arūpāvacara; and he gains them at his wish,…

anattā →

nyana

…he becomes a vision-attainer ditthippatta; and at the highest stage, i.e. Nobility, he is called ‘liberated by understanding’ paññā

anattā-saññā →

nyana

Anattā-saññā: Perception of no-self; of impersonality see A. VI, 104; A. VII, 48; A. X, 60; Ud. IV, 1.

anattā-vāda →

nyana

Anattā-vāda: The doctrine of impersonality; see: anattā

anattānupassanā →

nyana

Anattānupassanā: C ontemplation of no-self is one of the 18 chief kinds of insight see: vipassanā. See also above.

anicca →

nyana

…no relinquishment, no attainment of deliverance. Hence comprehension of impermanence gained by direct meditative experience heads two lists…

anupubba-vihāra →

nyana

…see: above. In A. IX, 33 they are called successive attainments anupubba - samāpatti.

anussati →

nyana

…mind the Noble Disciple attains understanding of the meaning, understanding of the law of Dhamma, and attains to joy through the law of Dhamma….

anāgāmī →

nyana

…3: Or, with effort he attains the Noble path for the overcoming of the higher mental chains. Such a being is called one who reaches…

aparihāna-dhamma →

nyana

…i.e. all those who have attained any of the 4 noble paths to Nobility see: ariya-puggala. With regard to the absorptions jhāna, anyone is…

appanā-samādhi →

nyana

samādhi only approaches the 1st absorption without attaining it; see: samādhi

arahat →

nyana

Arahat: and Arahatta-magga, Arahatta-phala: see: ariya-puggala

ariya-puggala →

nyana

6: The vision-attainer ditthippatta,
7: The one liberated by understanding paññā-vimutta.
This group of seven Noble…

asañña-satta →

nyana

Asañña-satta: The unconscious beings, are a class of divine beings in the fine-material world; see: deva II. There are, Bhikkhus, divine…

asmi-māna →

nyana

samyojana, until the attainment of Arahatship or Nobility. It falsely assumes an entity ‘I’ the be real and existent. It is based upon the…

atta-ditthi →

nyana

Atta-ditthi: - vāda: ’ ego-belief ’, ’ personality-belief ’, see: ditthi

atta-kilamatha →

nyana

Atta-kilamatha: Self-mortification = self-torture, is one of the two extremes to be avoided, the other extreme being addiction to sensual…

atta-saññā →

nyana

Atta-saññā: Atta- citta & atta- ditthi: perception, thought, & view of an ego, self or soul is one of the 4 perversions vipallāsa.

atta-vādupādāna →

nyana

Atta-vādupādāna: Attachment to the belief or view in a constant ego, self or soul, is one of the 4 kinds of clinging upādāna.

attachments →

nyana

Attachments: see: parāmāsa

attainment-concentration →

nyana

Attainment-concentration: appanā-samādhi, see: samādhi

attainments →

nyana

Attainments: The 8 Attainments see: samāpatti

avijjā →

nyana

…a very refined way until the attainment of Arahatship, it is counted as the last of the 10 mental chains samyojana, which bind beings to the cycle…

aññā →

nyana

…attainment of Nobility arahatta: He makes known the highest knowledge aññam vyākaroti, in exactly this way: ’Rebirth has ceased, fulfilled…

balance of mental faculties →

nyana

[[balance of mental faculties]]Balance of mental abilities: indriya samatta.

being →

nyana

Being: living: satta, further see: puggala. - Belief in eternal personality: bhava-ditthi see: ditthi, sassata-ditthi.

beings →

nyana

Beings: The 9 worlds of: sattāvāsa.

belief →

nyana

Belief: blind: see: indriya-samatta.

bhojane mattaññutā →

nyana

[[bhojane mattaññutā]]Bhojane mattaññutā: ‘knowing the measure in eating’.

Now, o Bhikkhus, the Bhikkhu wisely reflecting partakes of his…

bhāvanā →

nyana

…gives full directions how to attain full concentration and the absorptions jhāna by means of the following 40 meditation subjects…

bodhisatta →

nyana

…the designation ‘Bodhisatta’ is given only to Prince Siddhattha before his enlightenment and to his former existences. The Buddha himself uses…

bojjhanga →

nyana

…are said to be the means of attaining the threefold understanding see: tevijjā.

They may be attained by means of the 4 foundations of awareness…

cakka →

nyana

…sermon, Dhamma-cakkappavattana Sutta see: dhamma-cakka.

Another figurative meaning of C. is ‘blessing’. There are 4 such ’auspicious…

cycle of existence →

nyana

[[cycle of existence]]Cycle of existence: see: samsarā vatta

eating →

nyana

Eating: knowing the measure in bhojane mattaññutā.

ego-entity →

nyana

Ego-entity: attā

egolessness →

nyana

Egolessness: anattā

eka-vokāra-bhava →

nyana

…one-group existence, is the existence of the unconscious beings asañña-satta as they possess only the materiality-group….

ends →

nyana

Ends: ‘attaining two ends simultaneously’; sama - sīsī.

enlightenment →

nyana

Enlightenment: bodhi - The 7 elements of e.: bojjhanga - A being destined for e.: Bodhisatta.

equanimity →

nyana

…= tatra - majjhattatā. - Knowledge consisting in e. with regard to all constructions, see: visuddhi VI, 8. - Indulging in…

equilibrium of mental faculties →

nyana

[[equilibrium of mental faculties]]Equilibrium of mental abilities: indriya-samatta.

hadaya-vatthu →

nyana

…nissāya manodhātu ca mano-viññāna-dhātu ca vattanti, tam rūpam.*

iddhi-pāda →

nyana

…4 roads of power lead to the attaining and acquiring of magical power, to the power of magical transconstruction, to the generation of magical…

impersonality →

nyana

Impersonality: see: anattā - Contemplation of: see: vipassanā 3.

indriya →

nyana

…- phala 22 at attaining the Arahat-Fruition arahatta - phala For the three last, see: ariya-puggala

The abilities,…

indriya-samatta →

nyana

Indriya-samatta: ‘equilibrium, balance, or harmony of abilities’, relates to the 5 spiritual abilities: faith, energy, awareness or mindfulness,…

javana →

nyana

…as they are close to the attainment-concentration and are moving in its neighbourhood; adaptive anuloma as they adapt themselves to the…

jhāna →

nyana

…the attainment of full or attainment -, or ecstatic concentration appanā see: samādhi during which there is a complete, though temporary,…

paccavekkhana-ñāna →

nyana

…reviewing the still remaining defilements, reviewing Nibbāna as object. ‘This blessing have I attained’. ’This and that defilement still…

pada-parama →

nyana

…the words are the utmost attainment’.;Whoever, though having learned much, speaking much, knowing many things by heart, and discoursing much,…

paramī →

nyana

…Great Beings mahā - satta a synonym often found in the Mahāyana scriptures for Bodhisatta, i.e. ’Enlightenment Being or Being destined for…

parihāna-dhamma →

nyana

…someone reaches the attainments absorptions: jhāna of the fine-material or immaterial sphere see: avacara But he does not reach them…

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…

paticcasamuppāda →

nyana

…one exerts oneself to attain the absorptions, and thus finally, through perseverance, reaches these advantageous states of mind. Ignorance…

patipannaka →

nyana

Patipannaka: ’ Path -attainer’, is he who had reached one of the 4 supra-mundane paths of Nobility see: ariya-puggala - App.

patisambhidā →

nyana

…7 qualities leading to the attainment of the 4 ‘analytical knowledge’, see: A. VII, 37 - See Vis.M XIV, 21ff; Vibh. XV; Pts.M. Patisambhidā…

patta-pindik'anga →

nyana

[[patta-pindik’anga]]Patta-pindik’anga: the ‘exercise of the bowl-eater’, is one of the 13 ascetic purification-exercises dhutānga,…

patti-dāna →

nyana

Patti-dāna: lit. ‘giving of the acquired’, i.e. ‘transference of merit.’ Though in the older texts very seldom mentioned e.g. A VII, 50, it is, however, a widespread custom in all Buddhist countr …

pañca-vokāra-bhava →

nyana

…beings asaññā - satta only the one materiality group. Cf eka-vokāra-bhava and catu - pañca - vokāra - bhāva further…

paññā →

nyana

Paññā: ‘understanding, knowledge, understanding, insight’, comprises a very wide field. The specific Buddhist knowledge or understanding, however, as part of the Noble 8-fold path magga to deli …

paññā-vimutti →

nyana

…fruition of Nobility arahatta - phala In Pug. 31 and similarly in M. 70, it is said:;A Bhikkhu may not have reached in his own person the 8…

personality →

nyana

Personality: s. sakkāya For personality-belief, see: sakkāya ditthi, ditthi, attā, satta, puggala, vipallāsa.

phala →

nyana

…and which, till the attainment of the next higher path, may during the practice of insight vipassanā still recur innumerable times. If…

progress of the disciple →

nyana

[[progress of the disciple]]Progress of the disciple: Gradual development of the 8-fold path in the: In many suttas occurs an identical passage that outlines the gradual course of development in …

puggala →

nyana

…individuality, being satta self attā etc., in short all terms designating a personal entity, hence also: I, you, he, man, god, etc., all…

punabbhava →

nyana

…is called patisandhi The attainment of Sainthood arahatta implying the end of future rebirths, is often expressed in the words:;This is the…

puthujjana →

nyana

…sceptical doubt, attachment to mere rule and ritual, nor is on the way to lose these 3 things, such a one is called a worlding; Pug….

puñña-kiriya-vatthu →

nyana

Puñña-kiriya-vatthu: ‘bases of meritorious action’. In the suttas, 3 are mentioned consisting of giving generosity; dāna - maya - p of morality sīla - maya - p and of mental de …

tanhā-kkhaya →

nyana

…craving’, is identical with ‘ceasing of fermentations’ āsavakkhaya and the attainment of perfect Nobility or Arahatship. Cf. ariya-puggala.

tathāgata →

nyana

…by ‘living being’ satta they mean to say that here the questioners are using the merely conventional expression, Tathāgata, in the sense…

tatra-majjhattatā →

nyana

Tatra-majjhattatā: ‘equanimity, equipoise, mental balance’ lit., ‘remaining here and there in the middle’, is the name for a high ethical…

ti-lakkhana →

nyana

Ti-lakkhana: the ‘3 charactcristies of existence’, or signata, are impermanency anicca, suffcring or misery dukkha see: sacca, dukkhatā no-self anattā.

Whether Perfect Ones appear in th …

turning away →

nyana

[[turning away]]Turning away: contemplation of the: vivattanupassanā see: vipassanā.

ādibrahmacariyaka-sīla →

nyana

…skeptic doubt and attachment to mere rules and ritual; see: samyojana he becomes one who will be ‘reborn 7 times at most’ see:…

āloka-saññā →

nyana

…see: visuddhi VI + VII, and it is said to be helpful to the attainment of the ‘divine eye’ see: abhiññā 5.

āsava →

nyana

…Suttas concluding with the attainment of Arahatship by the listeners, often end with the words: During this utterance, the minds of the Bhikkhus…

abbata →

pts

…again as a-vatta). Snp-a.545 (= dhutangavataṃ vinā 2. (adj.) one who offends against the moral obligation, lawless Dhp.264 (=…

abbha →

pts

…perhaps also in abbhāmatta.

  • -kūṭa the point or summit of a storm-cloud Thag.1064;…

abbhantara →

pts

…antare), Dhp-a.ii.92 (sattavass˚); Pv-a.48 (= anto).

abhi + antara; abhi here in directive function = towards the inside, in there,…

abbhatthatā →

pts

“going towards setting”, disappearance, death Ja.v.469.

abstr. fr. abbhatta

abbhu →

pts

…likely = Vedic abhva and P. abbhuṃ, see also abbhāmatta

abbhuta →

pts

…(see etym. under abbhāmatta and cp. abbhu, abbhuṃ & J.P.T.S. 1889, 201). In meaning abbhuta is identical with Vedic abhva contrary to what…

abbhuyyāta →

pts

marched against, attacked Vin.i.342; MN.ii.124.

pp. of abbhuyyāti

abbhuyyāti →

pts

…up + yāti of…

abbhuṃ →

pts

…also abbhu & abbhuta.

Vedic abhvaṃ, nt. of abhva, see expld. under abbhamatta. Not quite correct Morris J.P.T.S. 1889, 201: abbhuṃ…

abbhāhata →

pts

struck, attacked, afflicted SN.i.40 (maccunā); Thag.448; Snp.581; Ja.vi.26 Ja.vi.440; Vism.31, Vism.232; DN-a.i.140, DN-a.i.147;…

abbhāmatta →

pts

…˚mutta).

abbhā + matta (?) according to the Pāli Com.; but more likely = Vedic abhva huge, enormous monstrous, with ā metri causa. On…

abbūḷha →

pts

adjective drawn out, pulled (of a sting or dart), fig. removed destroyed. Most freq. in combn. -salla with the sting removed, having the sting (of craving thirst, taṇhā) pulled out DN.ii …

abbūḷhatta →

pts

pulling out, removal, destroying Snp-a.518.

abstr. of abbūḷha

abhi →

pts

…be very hungry, ˚tatta much exhausted, ˚tāpa very hot ˚toseti pleuse greatly, ˚nava quite fresh, ˚nipuṇa very clever, ˚nīla of a…

abhijānāti →

pts

…Iti.91 (dhammaṃ) Dhp.166 (atta-d-atthaṃ); freq. in phrase sayaṃ abhiññāya from personal knowledge or self-experience Iti.97 (v.l…

abhijāyati →

pts

to beget, produce, effect, attain, in phrase akaṇhaṃ asukkaṃ Nibbānaṃ a. DN.iii.251; AN.iii.384 sq At Snp.214 abhijāyati means “to…

abhikkanta →

pts

…DN.i.70 (= gamaṇa + nivattana DN-a.i.183) Vin.iii.181; AN.ii.104, AN.ii.106 sq.; Vv-a.6.

pp. of abhikkamati, in sense of Sk. and also P….

abhilakkhitatta →

pts

having signs or marks, being characterised, characteristics Dhs-a.62.

abstr. fr. abhilakkhita

abhimukha →

pts

…Pv-a.3 (kāma˚, opp. vimukha), Pv-a.74 (uyyāna˚)
■ nt. -ṃ adv. to towards Ja.i.263 (matta-vāraṇe); Pv-a.4 (āghātana˚, may…

abhinibbatta →

pts

…by the power of merit).

abhi + nibbatta, pp. of abhinibbattati

abhinibbattati →

pts

to become, to be reproduced, to result Pp.51
pp abhinibbatta
■ Cp B.Sk. wrongly abhinivartate].

abhi + nibbattati

abhinibbatteti →

pts

to produce, cause, cause to become SN.iii.152; AN.v.47; Nd ii.under jāneti.

abhi + nibbatteti, caus. of ˚nibbattati

abhinibbuta →

pts

…Cnd.83, and abhinibbutatta of cooled mind Snp.343 (= apariḍayhamāna-citta Snp-a.347), Snp.456, Snp.469, Snp.783. Also at Sdhp.35.

abhi…

abhinimmināti →

pts

…AN.i.279 (oḷārikaṃ attabhāvaṃ); Nd ii.under pucchā6 (rūpaṃ manomayaṃ); Vv-a.16 (mahantaṃ…

abhinippatta →

pts

at Dhs.1035, Dhs.1036 is to be read abhinibbatta.

abhinipāta →

pts

(-matta) destroying, hurting (?) at Vb.321 is expld. by āpātha-matta.

cp. Divy.125 śastrâbhinipāta splitting open or cutting with…

abhinipātana →

pts

[fr. abhi-ni-pāteti in daṇḍa-sattha˚; attacking with stick or knife Cnd.576#4.

abhinivisati →

pts

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

abhiniviṭṭha →

pts

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

abhi + niviṭṭha,…

abhinīhāra →

pts

being bent on (“downward force” Dhs trsl. 242), i.e. taking oneself out to, way of acting, (proper) behaviour, endeavour, resolve, aspiration SN.iii.267 sq. (˚kusala); AN.ii.189; AN.iii.311; AN.iv.3 …

abhipassati →

pts

…after AN.i.147 (nibbānaṃ); AN.iii.75; Snp.896 (khema˚), Snp.1070 (rattamahā˚) Mnd.308; Cnd.428; Ja.vi.370.

abhi + passati

abhipattika →

pts

adjective one who has attained, attaining (-˚), getting possession of SN.i.200 (devakañña˚).

fr. abhipatti

abhippaharaṇa →

pts

attacking, fighting, as adj. f. -aṇī fighting, epithet of Mārassa senā, the army of M. Snp.439 (kaṇhassa˚ the fighting army of k. =…

abhiraddha →

pts

adjective propitiated, satisfied AN.iv.185 (+ attamana).

pp. of abhi + rādh

abhiratatta →

pts

the fact of being fond of, delighting in (-˚) Ja.v.254 (kāma˚).

abstr. fr. abhirata

abhiratta →

pts

adjective very red Ja.v.156; fig. very much excited or affected with (-˚) Snp.891 (sandiṭṭhirāgena a.).

abhi + ratta

abhirādhita →

pts

having succeeded in, fallen to one’s share, attained Thag.259.

pp. of abhirādheti

abhisamaya →

pts

…(for acchejji) taṇhaṃ vivattayi saññojanaṃ sammāmānâbhisamayā antam akāsi dukkhassa“ at SN.iv.205, SN.iv.207, SN.iv.399; AN.iii.246,…

abhisambhavati →

pts

…or stand or overcome) to attain, reach, to bear AN.iv.241; Thag.436; Mnd.471 Mnd.485; Ja.iii.140; Ja.v.150, Ja.v.417; Ja.vi.292, Ja.vi.293,…

abhisambhoti →

pts

…or stand or overcome) to attain, reach, to bear AN.iv.241; Thag.436; Mnd.471 Mnd.485; Ja.iii.140; Ja.v.150, Ja.v.417; Ja.vi.292, Ja.vi.293,…

abhisambhū →

pts

adjective getting, attaining (?) DN.ii.255 (lomahaṃsa˚).

fr. abhi + sam + bhū

abhisambhūta →

pts

attained, got Sdhp.556.

pp. of abhisambhavati

abhisambuddha →

pts

…wisdom, fully-awakened, attained Buddhahood, realising enlightened (in or as to = acc.) Vin.i.1; DN.ii.4; MN.i.6 (sammāsambodhiṃ); SN.i.68,…

abhisambuddhatta →

pts

thorough realisation, perfect understanding SN.v.433.

abstr. fr. abhisambuddha

abhisameta →

pts

…c.a.) AN.iv.384 (appattaṃ asacchikataṃ +).

pp. of abhisameti, fr. abhi + sam + i, taken as caus. formation, against…

abhisameti →

pts

to come by, to attain, to realise grasp, understand (cp. adhigacchati) Mil.214 (catusaccâbhisamayaṃ abhisameti). frequently in combn.

abhisanda →

pts

outflow, overflow, yield, issue, result only in foll. phrases: cattāro puññ’ âbhisandā kusal’ âbhisandā (yields in merit) SN.v.391 sq.; AN.ii.54 sq. AN.iii.51, AN.iii.337; AN.vi.245, & *kamm’ âbhisa …

abhisapati →

pts

to execrate, curse, accurse Vin.iv.276; Ja.iv.389; Ja.v.87; Dhp-a.i.42
pp abhisatta.

abhi + sapati, of śap

abhisatta →

pts

cursed, accursed, railed at, reviled Ja.iii.460; Ja.v.71; Snp-a.364 (= akkuṭṭha); Vv-a.335.

pp. of abhisapati, cp. Sk. abhiśapta, fr. abhi + śap

abhisaṃvisati →

pts

Only in abhisaṃvisseyyagattaṃ (or -bhastaṃ or -santuṃ) Thig.466 a compound of doubtful derivation and meaning. Mrs. Rh. D., following…

abhisādheti →

pts

to carry out, arrange; to get; procure, attain Ja.vi.180; Mil.264.

abhi + sādheti

abhitatta →

pts

scorched (by heat), dried up, exhausted, in phrases uṇha˚ Vin.ii.220; Mil.97, and ghamma˚ SN.ii.110, SN.ii.118; Snp.1014; Ja.ii.223; Vv-a.40; Pv-a.114.

pp. of abhi + tapati

abhivassati →

pts

to rain, shed rain, pour; fig. rain down, pour out, shed DN.iii.160 (ābhivassaṃ metri causa); AN.iii.34; Thag.985; Ja.i.18 (Ja.v.100 pupphā a. stream down); Cp.iii.10#6; Mil.132, Mil.411. pp. *abhivaṭ …

abhivaṭṭa →

pts

rained upon Dhp.335 (gloss ˚vuṭṭha; cp. Dhp-a.iv.45); Mil.176 Mil.197, Mil.286
Note. Andersen P. R. prefers reading abhivaḍḍha at Dhp.335 “the abounding Bīraṇa grass”).

pp. of abhivassati, s …

abhivuṭṭha →

pts

poured out or over, shed out (of water or rain) Thag.1065; Dhp.335 (gloss); Pv-a.29.

pp. of abhivassati, see also abhivaṭṭa

abhiyāti →

pts

…(in a hostile manner, to attack (c. acc.) SN.i.216 (aor. abhiyaṃsu, variant reading SS abhijiyiṃsu); Dhp-a.iii.310 (aor. abhiyāsi as…

abhiññā →

pts

…of emancipation already attained (cp. final assurance) This list occurs only at DN.iii.281 as a list of abhiññās It stands there in a sort…

acceti →

pts

  1. to pass (of time), to go by, to elapse Thag.145 (accayanti ahorattā).
  2. to overcome to get over Mil.36 (dukkhaṃ)

caus acceti to make go on (loc.), to put on Ja.vi.17 (sūlasm …

accha →

pts

…DN-a.i.221), DN.i.80 (udakapatta), DN.i.84 (udaka-rahada); MN.i.100; SN.ii.281 (˚patta); SN.iii.105 (id.); AN.i.9; Ja.ii.100 (udaka); Vv.79#10…

accharā →

pts

…at Thag-a.76 as ghaṭikāmattam pi khaṇaṃ angulipoṭhanamattam pi kālaṃ).

  • -sadda the sound of the snapping of a…

addha →

pts

…soiled, wet; fig. attached to, intoxicated with (cp. sineha) MN.ii.223 (na anaddhabhūtaṃ attānaṃ dukkhena addhabhāveti he dirties…

addhan →

pts

…at Pv-a.188 by attano pathabhūte addhani gaganatala-magge) This phrase (pathaddhan) however is expld. by Kern (Toev s. v….

addhāna →

pts

-vemattatā difference of time or period Mil.285 (+ āyuvemattatā).

orig. the acc. of addhan,…

addāyate →

pts

to be or get wet, fig. to be attached to Ja.iv.351. See also allīyati.

v. denom. fr. adda

adhi →

pts

…very detestable; ˚matta “in an extreme measure”, ˚pa supreme lord; ˚pacca lordship ˚paññā higher, additional wisdom; ˚vara the…

adhigacchati →

pts

…possession of, to acquire, attain, find; fig. to understand DN.i.229 (vivesaṃ) MN.i.140 (anvesaṃ n’ âdhigacchanti do not find); SN.i.22…

adhigama →

pts

attainment, acquisition; also fig. knowledge, information, study (the latter mainly in Miln) DN.iii.255; SN.ii.139; AN.ii.148; AN.iv.22, AN.iv.332;…

adhigata →

pts

got into possession of, conquered, attained, found Ja.i.374; Vv-a.135.

pp. of adhigacchati

adhika →

pts

…+ 94 (= 294 000; Ja.i.25; sattamāsâdhikāni sattavassāni 7 years and 7 months Ja.v.319; paññāsâdhikāni pañca vassa-satani 500 + 50…

adhikaraṇa →

pts

vivāda˚ anuvāda˚ āpatta kicca˚; “questions of dispute, of censure, of misconduct of duties” Vin.ii.88; Vin.iii.164; Vin.iv.126,…

adhimatta →

pts

…Pv-a.86); Dhp-a.ii.85 cp. Pv-a.281.

adhi + matta of

adhimattata →

pts

preponderance AN.ii.150; Dhs-a.334 (cp. Dhs. trsl. 200).

abstr. fr. prec.

adhimuccati →

pts

  1. to be drawn to, feel attached to or inclined towards, to indulge in (c. loc. SN.iii.225; SN.iv.185; AN.iv.24, AN.iv.145 sq., AN.iv.460; AN.v.17;…

adhimucchita →

pts

…participle drawn towards, attached to, infatuated, indulging in (with loc.) MN.ii.223 (an˚); SN.i.113; Thag.732 (variant reading ˚muccita),…

adhimuccita →

pts

…participle drawn towards, attached to, infatuated, indulging in (with loc.) MN.ii.223 (an˚); SN.i.113; Thag.732 (variant reading ˚muccita),…

adhimuttika →

pts

adjective inclined to, attached to, bent on SN.ii.154, SN.ii.158; Iti.70; Vb.339 sq. + (f. inclination DN.i.2.

= adhimutta

adhipajjati →

pts

to come to, reach, attain AN.iv.96 (anatthaṃ); pp. adhipanna.

adhi + pajjati

adhipaka →

pts

adjective (-˚) mastering, ruling or governed, influenced by (cp. adhipati) AN.i.150 (atta loka˚ dhamma˚).

fr. prec.

adhipatana →

pts

attack, pressing Thag-a.271.

fr. adhipatati

adhipati →

pts

…Dhs-a.125, Dhs-a.126 (atta˚ autonomous, loka heteronomous, influenced by society). See alṣo Dhs. trsl. 20 & Cpd. 60.

adhi + pati,…

adhippetatta →

pts

the fact of being meant or understood as, in abl. ˚ā with reference to, as is to be understood of Vv-a.13; Pv-a.52.

abstr. fr. adhippeta

adhivattati →

pts

to come on, proceed, issue, result SN.i.101; AN.ii.32.

adhi + vattati

adhivimokkhatta →

pts

Err:509

adhivimuttatta →

pts

Err:501

adhīna →

pts

…Ja.v.350. See also under para.

cp. Sk….

adinna →

pts

past participle that which is not given, freq. in phrase adinn’ ādāna (BSk. adattādāna Divy.302 seizing or grasping that which is not given to one i.e. stealing, is the 2nd of the ten qua …

agga →

pts

-patta having attained perfection DN.iii.48 sq.

  • -pasāda the highest grace AN.ii.34; Iti.87. *…

aggatta →

pts

the state or condition of being the first, pre-eminence Pv-a.9, Pv-a.89.

abstr. of agga = Sk. agratvan

aggha →

pts

…pricelessness, Ja.v.484; cattari anagghāni, the four priceless things, viz. setacchatta, nisīdanapallanka ādhāraka, pādapīṭhikā…

agha →

pts

Agha1

neuter evil, grief, pain, suffering, misfortune SN.i.22; MN.i.500 (roga gaṇḍa salla agha); AN.ii.128 (id.); Ja.v.100; Thig.491; Sdhp.51
■ adj. painful, bringing pain Ja.vi.507 (a …

aha →

pts

…cpd. ahoratta (m. & nt.) [cp BSk. ahorātraṃ Avs.i.209] & ahoratti (f.) day & night occurring mostly in oblique cases and…

ahi →

pts

…Mil.23, Mil.305.

  • -chattaka (nt.) “a snake’s parasol”, a mushroom DN.iii.87; Ja.ii.95; Ud.81 (C. on viii.5, 1). *…

ahāsa →

pts

absence of exultancy, modesty Ja.iii.466 (= an-ubbillāvitattaṃ C.).

a + hāsa, cp. Sk. ahāsa & aharṣa

aja →

pts

he-goat, a ram DN.i.6, DN.i.127; AN.ii.207; Ja.i.241; Ja.iii.278 sq. Ja.v.241; Pp.56; Pv-a.80.

  • -eḷaka [Sk. ajaiḍaka] goats & sheep DN.i.5, DN.i.141; AN.ii.42 sq., AN.ii.209; J …

ajjhagā →

pts

…Vv.32#7 (visesaṃ attained distinction; expld. at Vv-a.135 by adhigata); Vv.50#21 (amataṃ santiṃ; expld.

ajjhapatta →

pts

…C. sampatta) 3. attained, found, got Snp.1134 (= adhigacchi Cnd); Ja.iii.296 (p. C. sampatta);…

ajjhappatta →

pts

…C. sampatta) 3. attained, found, got Snp.1134 (= adhigacchi Cnd); Ja.iii.296 (p. C. sampatta);…

ajjhatta →

pts

…Iti.94; Ja.i.045 (chātajjhatta with hungry insides); Ja.v.338 (id.) Pts.i.76 (cakkhu etc.); Dhs.161 (= attano jātaṃ Dhs-a.169), Dhs.204,…

ajjhattika →

pts

…Vb.67, Vb.82 sq., Vb.119, Vb.131, Vb.392 sq.

ajjhatta + ika

ajjhiṭṭha →

pts

…(Buddhaghosa and text read ajjhitta); Snp.p.218 (= ajjhesita Cnd.16); Ja.vi.292 (= āṇatta C.); Dhp-a.iv.100 (variant reading…

ajjhomucchita →

pts

…a faint (?) AN.iii.57 sq (variant reading ajjhomuñcïta or ˚muccita better: sarīre attached to her body, clinging to her b.).

pp. adhi + ava…

ajjhosati →

pts

to be bound to, to be attached, bent on; to desire, cleave to, indulge in. Fut. ajjhosissati (does it belong here?) MN.i.328 (c. acc. paṭhaviṃ,…

ajjhosāna →

pts

cleaving to (earthly joys), attachment, DN.ii.58 sq.; DN.iii.289; MN.i.498 (+ abhinandana); SN.iii.187; AN.i.66; AN.ii.11 (diṭṭhi˚, kāma˚ +…

ajjhosāya →

pts

being tied to, hanging on, attached to only in phrase a. tiṭṭhati (+ abhinandati, same in Divy MN.i.266; SN.iv.36 sq.; SN.iv.60, SN.iv.71 sq.;…

akalu →

pts

…as kālākaluñ ca rattacandanañ ca, thus implying a blacking or dark ointment); Ja.vi.144 (-candana-vilitta; variant reading BB…

akampiyatta →

pts

the condition of not being shaken, stableness Mil.354.

abstr. fr. akampiya, grd. of a + kampati

akiriya →

pts

adjective not practical, unwise, foolish Ja.iii.530 (-rūpa = akattabba-rūpa C.); Mil.250.

a + kiriya

akkamati →

pts

to tread upon, to approach, attack Ja.i.7, Ja.i.279; Thag-a.9
■ to rise Vin.iii.38
ger akkamma Cp.iii.7#2
pp…

akkha →

pts

…with eyes Pv-a.39 (BB. rattakkha with eyes red from weeping, gloss on assumukha). Prob….

alagga →

pts

adjective not stuck or attached Cnd.107 (also alaggita); alaggamāna (ppr.) id. Dhp-a.iii.298.

pp. of laggati

alattaka →

pts

lac, a red animal dye Ja.iv.114 (˚pāṭala); Dhp-a.ii.174; Dhp-a.iv.197.

Sk. alaktaka

alaṃ →

pts

…MN.ii.69 (so read for alamatta) AN.ii.180; Thag.252; Ja.i.401 (so read for ˚atta).

  • -ariya truly genuine, right noble,…

alla →

pts

…Pv-a.116). [For analla-gatta at SN.i.183 better read, with SN.i.169, an-allīna -gatta. For allacamma at Dhp-a.iv.132…

allika →

pts

…given to the attachment to sensual joys Vin.i.10; DN.iii.113 DN.iii.130; SN.iv.330; SN.v.421; Ne.110.

either from alla = allikaṃ…

amacca →

pts

…ministers (purohita, mahāmatta, pārisajja); usually combd. with pārisajjā (pl.) viz. DN.i.136 (= piya-sahāyaka DN-a.i.297, but…

amara →

pts

adjective not mortal, not subject to death Thag.276; Snp.249 (= amara-bhāva-patthanatāya pavatta-kāya-kilesa Snp-a.291); Ja.v.80 (= amaraṇa-sabhāva) Ja.v.218; Dāvs v.62.

a + mara from mṛ.

amaratta →

pts

immortality Ja.v.223 (= devatta C.).

abstr. fr. amara

amata →

pts

-patta having attained to Ambrosia AN.iv.455.

  • -pada the region or place of Ambrosia SN.i.212…

amattaññu →

pts

…immoderate Iti.23 (bhojanamhi); Dhp.7 (id.); Pp.21.

a + matta + ˚ñu = Sk. amātrajña

amattaññutā →

pts

immoderation (in food) DN.iii.213; Iti.23 (bhojane); Pp.21; Dhs.1346 (bhojane) Dhs-a.402.

abstr. to prec.

ambara →

pts

… ■ The word would thus be due to an erroneous syllable division rattak-ambala (ambara) instead of ratta-kambala

anavaya →

pts

…in (loc.), fulfilling DN.i.88 (= anūna paripūra-kārin DN-a.i.248); AN.iii.152 (= samatta paripuṇṇa AA quoted by Tr. on…

aneka →

pts

adjective (usually ˚-) not one, i.e. many, various; countlcss, numberless Iti.99 (saṃvaṭṭakappā countless aeons); Snp.688 (˚sākhā); Dhp.153 (˚jātisāra); Ja.iv.2 Ja.vi.366.

  • -pariyāyena (instr.) …

anna →

pts

“eating”, food, esp. boiled rice, but includes all that is eaten as food, viz. odana, kummāsa, sattu, maccha, maṃsa (rice gruel, flour, fish, meat) Mnd.372 = Mnd.495. Anna is spelt *[aṇṇa](/define/aṇṇ …

anoka →

pts

…adj. homeless, free from attachment SN.i.176; Dhp.87 (anālaya Dhp-a.ii.162); Snp.966 (adj.; explained at Mnd.487 by…

anomajjati →

pts

to rub along over, to stroke, only in phrase gattāni pāṇinā a. to rub over one’s limbs with the hand MN.i.80, MN.i.509; SN.v.216.

anu + ava + majjati, mṛj

anta →

pts

Anta1

  1. end, finish, goal SN.iv.368 (of Nibbāna); Snp.467; Ja.ii.159. antaṃ karoti to make an end (of) Snp.283, Snp.512; Dhp.275, cp. antakara, ˚kiriyā
    ■ loc. ante at the end of, …

antara →

pts

…Ja.i.19; Dhp-a.i.249; ˚bhattasmiṃ id. Dhp-a.iv.12; ˚vīthiyan in the middle of the road Pv-a.96. ˚satthīsu between the thighs Vin.ii.161…

antima →

pts

…Dhp.352, Dhp.400; Dhp-a.iv.166 (= koṭiyaṃ ṭhito attabhāvo).

Cp. superl. of anta

anto →

pts

indeclinable prep. inside, either c. acc. denoting direction = into, or c. loc. denoting place where = in. As prefix (˚-) in, within, inside, inner (see compounds)

  1. prep c. acc. anto nivesanaṃ g …

anu →

pts

…˚patta received ˚parivattati move about after, ˚bandhati run after, ˚bala rear-guard, ˚bhāsati speak after, repeat, ˚vāda speaking…

anubbillāvitatta →

pts

see ubbill˚.

anubhavati →

pts

…or being experienced; ppr. -bhūyamāna Pv-a.8, Pv-a.159 (mayā a. anubhūta), Pv-a.214 (attanā by him) & -bhavīyamāna Pv-a.33…

anubhoti →

pts

…or being experienced; ppr. -bhūyamāna Pv-a.8, Pv-a.159 (mayā a. anubhūta), Pv-a.214 (attanā by him) & -bhavīyamāna Pv-a.33…

anubhūyamānatta →

pts

the fact of having to undergo, experiencing Pv-a.103.

abstr. fr. ppr. Pass. of anubhavati

anuciṇṇa →

pts

…practising, doing; having attained or practised Vin.ii.203 = Iti.86 (pamādaṃ); Ja.i.20 (verse 126); Thag.236 Thag.2, Thag.206; Dpvs.iv.9. 2….

anudhāreti →

pts

to hold up DN-a.i.61 (chattaṃ), cp. Ja.1.53, dhariyamāna.

anu + dhāreti

anudiṭṭhi →

pts

an “after-view”, sceptical view, speculation, heresy DN.i.12; MN.ii.228; SN.iii.45 sq. Thag.754; Mil.325; DN-a.i.103. attānudiṭṭhi (q.v.) a soul-speculation.

anu + diṭṭhi

anukkhipati →

pts

to throw out Cp.xi.6 (vaṭṭaṃ).

anu + khipati

anumatta →

pts

see *aṇu*˚.

anummatta →

pts

adjective not out of mind, sane, of sound mind Mil.122; Sdhp.205.

an + ummatta

anumodana →

pts

…in order to thank), Pv-a.26 (identical), Pv-a.121, Pv-a.141 (katabhatta˚), Pv-a.142; Sdhp.213 Sdhp.218 Sdhp.516

fr. anumodati

anumodati →

pts

…to enjoy Vin.ii.212 (bhattagge a. to say grace after a meal); SN.ii.54; AN.iii.50 (-modanīya), AN.iv.411; Dhp.177 (ppr. -modamāna);…

anupadhika →

pts

adjective free from attachment (see upadhi) Vin.i.36 (anupadhīka); DN.iii.112 (anupadhika opp. to sa-upadhika); Snp.1057…

anupakkama →

pts

not attacking, instr. -ena not by attack (from external enemies) Vin.ii.195.

an + upakkama

anupanna →

pts

gone into, reached, attained Snp.764 (māradheyya˚).

pp. of anupajjati

anuparidhāvati →

pts

to run up & down or to move round & round (cp. anuparivattati) SN.iii.150 (khīlan).

anu + pari + dhāvati

anuparisakkana →

pts

dealing with, interest in SN.iv.312 (variant reading ˚vattana).

fr. anuparisakkati

anuparisakkati →

pts

to move round, to be occupied with, take an interest in (c. acc.) SN.iv.312 (variant reading ˚vattati).

anu + pari + sakkati

anuparivattati →

pts

…Bodhisatto ca ekato anuparivattanti). 3. to move round & round, move on and on keep on rolling (c. acc.), evolve SN.iii.150 (anuparidhāvati +)…

anupassanā →

pts

…Pts.i.96; Pts.ii.37, Pts.ii.41 sq. Pts.ii.67 sq.; Vb.194. See anicca˚, anatta˚, dukkha˚.

abstr. of anupassati, cf. Sk. anudarśana

anupatati →

pts

…to fall upon, to befall, attack Vin.iii.106 = MN.i.364; SN.i.23 (read ˚patanti for ˚patatanti = Dhp.221 (dukkhā); Thag.41 = Thag.1167 (of…

anupatitatta →

pts

the fact of being attacked by, being a victim of (-˚) Snp-a.339.

abstr. of anupatita

anupatta →

pts

(anuppatta) (having) attained, received, got to (c. acc), reached DN.i.87–DN.i.111; DN.ii.2; Iti.38; Snp.027, Snp.635; Dhp.386, Dhp.403;…

anupatti →

pts

(anuppatti) feminine attainment, accomplishment, wish, desire (fulfilled), ideal SN.i.46, SN.i.52.

anu + patti

anupavattaka →

pts

…(cakkaṃ) Mil.342, Mil.362; Snp-a.454. See also anuvattaka.

anupaya →

pts

adjective unattached, “aloof” SN.i.181 (akankha apiha +).

an + upaya

anupaṭṭhita →

pts

adjective setting out after, following, attacking Ja.v.452.

anu + pa + ṭhita

anupubba →

pts

…of meditation & trance is attained, viz. complete cessation of all consciousness These are 9 stages, consisting of the 4 jhānas, the 4…

anupāpeti →

pts

to make reach or attain, to lead to, to give or make find Ja.vi.88; Cp. xi. 4 (aor anupāpayi); Mil.276
pp anupāpita

anupāpita →

pts

having been lead to or made to reach, attained, found Mil.252.

pp. of anupāpeti

anupāpuṇāti →

pts

…get to, find SN.i.105; ger. anuppatvāna Pv.ii.9#24 (˚pāpuṇitvā Pv-a.123)
pp anupatta (q.v.)
caus…

anupāta →

pts

attack in speech, contest, reproach AN.i.161 (vāda˚).

of anupatati

anupātin →

pts

adjective

  1. following, indulging in Ja.iii.523 (khaṇa˚).
  2. attacking, hurting Ja.v.399.

fr. anupāta

anuratta →

pts

adjective pp. of anu + rañj ] attached or devoted to, fond of, faithful Thig.446 (bhattāraṃ); Ja.i.297; Mil.146.

anusayin →

pts

adjective DN.ii.283 (me dīgharatta˚), “for me, so long obsessed (with doubts)”. The reading is uncertain.

fr. anusaya

anusayita →

pts

dormant, only in combn. dīgharatta˚; latent so long Thag.768; Snp.355 Snp.649. Cp. anusaya & anusayin.

pp. of anuseti, anu + śī

anusaṃvacchara →

pts

…yearly Dhp-a.i.388 (nakkhattaṃ). Usually nt. -ṃ as adv. yearly, every year Ja.i.68; Ja.v.99. On use of anu in this combn. see…

anusikkhati →

pts

…AN.iv.323; Snp.294 (vattaṃ, cp. RV iii.59, 2: vratena śikṣati), Snp.934; Ja.i.89; Ja.ii.98; Ja.iii.315; Ja.v.334; Ja.vi.62; Thag.963;…

anusikkhin →

pts

adjective studying, learning MN.i.100; Dhp.226 (ahoratta˚ = divā ca rattiñ ca tisso sikkhā sikkhamāna Dhp-a.iii.324).

fr. anusikhati

anusāyika →

pts

adjective attached to one, i.e. inherent, chronic (of disease) MN.ii.70 (ābādha, variant reading BB anussāyika) Dhp-a.i.431 (roga).

fr. anusaya

anuvattaka →

pts

adjective

  1. = anupavattaka (q.v.) Thag.1014 (cakka˚).
  2. following, siding with (-˚) Vin.iv.218 (ukkhittânuvattikā…

anuvattana →

pts

complying with, conformity with (-˚), compliance, observance, obedience Ja.i.367 (dhamma˚); Ja.v.78.

abstr. fr. anuvattati

anuvattati →

pts

-vatteti (q.v.).

Sk. anuvartati, anu + vattati

anuvattin →

pts

…(id.); Dhp.86 (dhamma˚); Vv.15#5 (vasa˚ = anukūlabhāvena vattana sīla Vv-a.71); Dhp-a.ii.161.

fr. anuvattati

anuvivaṭṭa →

pts

an “after-evolution”, devolution; as part of a bhikkhu’s dress: a sub-vivaṭṭa (q.v.) Vin.i.287 (vivaṭṭa +).

anu + vivaṭṭa

anuvāda →

pts

…Vin.ii.32; AN.ii.121 (atta˚, para˚); Vb.376. 2. in combn. vādānuvāda: talk and lesser or additional talk, i.e. “small…

anuyoga →

pts

…anuyutta); DN.iii.113 (attakilamath’ ânuyogaṃ a.); AN.ii.205 (attaparitāpan’ ânuyogaṃ a.)
■ As adj. (-˚) doing, given to,…

anuyogin →

pts

adjective applying oneself to, devoted to (-˚) Dhp.209 (atta˚ given to oneself, self-concentrated).

fr. anuyoga

anuyutta →

pts

…DN.iii.232 = AN.ii.205 (attaparitāpan’ ânuyogaṃ a.); SN.iii.153 SN.iv.104; Snp.663 (lobhaguṇe), Snp.814 (methunaṃ = samāyutta

anuññātatta →

pts

being permitted, permission Ja.ii.353.

abstr. to anuññāta

anuḷāratta →

pts

smallness, littleness, insignificance Vv-a.24.

abstr. fr. an + uḷāra

anvāgata →

pts

having pursued, attained; endowed with Thag.63; Ja.iv.385; Ja.v.4.

pp. of anvāgacchati

anvāsanna →

pts

…(doubtfull; variant reading ajjhāpanna) = AN.iv.356 which has anvāsatta.

pp. of anu + ā + sad

anvāsatta →

pts

…on to, befallen by (instr.), attached to AN.iv.356 (variant reading anvāhata), cp. Ud.35 (anvāsanna q.v.) See also foll.

pp. of anu + ā +…

anvāsattatā →

pts

…& anvāsanna Ud.35).

abstr. fr….

anvāssavati →

pts

to stream into, to attack, befall DN.i.70; AN.iii.99; Pp.20, Pp.58.

anu + ā + savati, sru

anvāya →

pts

undergoing, experiencing, attaining; as prep. (c. acc.) in consequence of, through after DN.i.13 (ātappaṃ by means of self-sacrifice), DN.i.97…

anādāna →

pts

adjective free from attachment (opp. sādāna) AN.ii.10 = Iti.9 = Iti.109 = Cnd.172#a; Snp.620, Snp.741 Snp.1094; Cnd.41 (where as nt. = taṇha);…

anāgāmin →

pts

…habits (SN.iii.168, the anatta doctrine; SN.v.200–⁠SN.v.202, the five Indriyas; AN.i.64 AN.i.120, cultivation of good qualities, AN.ii.160;…

anāsaka →

pts

…[cp. Sk. anāśaka nt.] fasting, abstaining from food Dhp.141 (= bhatta-paṭikkhepa Dhp-a.iii.77).

an + āsaka

anāsakatta →

pts

fasting Snp.249 (= abhojana Snp-a.292).

abstr. of anāsaka

apa →

pts

…away; ˚neti lead away; ˚vattati turn away (= āverto); ˚sakkati step aside; ˚harati take away. 2. apa = Vedic ava (Idg. *aue; see ava

apahattar →

pts

one who takes away or removes, destroyer MN.i.447 = Kv.528.

n. ag. to apaharati

apanāmeti →

pts

…put down Vin.ii.208 (chattaṃ); SN.i.226 (id.); Ja.ii.287 (id., variant reading apanetvā) DN.i.126 (hatthaṃ, for salute).

Caus. fr….

aparapaccaya →

pts

…paccayo).

a + para +…

apasakkati →

pts

to go away, to go aside Ja.iv.347 (variant reading for apavattati); Vv-a.101; Pv-a.265 (aor ˚sakki = apakkami).

apa + sakkati

apassena →

pts

rest, support, dependence MN.iii.127 (˚ka); DN.iii.224 (cattāri apassenāni); as adj caturāpassena one who has the fourfold support viz sankhāy’ ekaṃ paṭisevati, adhivāseti, parivajjeti, vinodeti AN. …

apavattati →

pts

to turn away or aside, to go away Ja.iv.347 (variant reading apasakkati).

apa + vṛt, cp. Lat. āverto

apeta →

pts

…˚viññāṇa without feeling, senseless Dhp.41; Thig.468; ˚viññāṇattaṃ senselessness, lack of feeling Pv-a.63.

pp. of apeti

apetatta →

pts

absence (of) Pv-a.92.

abstr. to apeta

apiḷandhana →

pts

…by; a-kāro nipātamattaṃ, pilandhanaṃ = ābhāraṇaṃ); Ja.vi.472 (c. pilandhituṃ pi ayuttaṃ?). Apilahati & Apilandhati;

fr….

appa →

pts

…see separately.

  • -matta little, slight, mean (usually as ˚ka; not to be confounded with appamatta2

appamatta →

pts

…+ matta

Appamatta2

adjective not negligent, i.e. diligent, careful, heedful, vigilant, alert zealous…

appanā →

pts

…psychol. t. t.) Ja.ii.61 (˚patta); Mil.62 (of vitakka); Dhs.7, Dhs.21, Dhs.298; Vism.144 (˚samādhi); Dhs-a.55, Dhs-a.142 (def. by Bdhg. as…

appavattā →

pts

the state of not going on, the stop (to all that), the non-continuance (of all that Thag.767; Mil.326.

a + pavattā

appaṭivibhatta →

pts

…cp. Mil trsl. ii.292.

a + paṭi + vibhatta

appoti →

pts

to attain, reach, get Vism.350 (in etym. of āpo).

the contracted form of āpnoti, usually pāpuṇāti, fr. āp

apākaṭatā →

pts

unfitness Mil.232 (variant reading apākatatta perhaps better).

a + pākaṭa + tā

apānakatta →

pts

“waterless state”, living without drinking water Ja.v.243.

a + pānaka + ttaṃ

apāraṇeyya →

pts

adjective that which cannot be achieved, unattainable Ja.vi.36 (= apāpetabba).

grd. of paraneti + a˚

apāya →

pts

“going away” viz.

  1. separation, loss Dhp.211 (piya˚ = viyoga Dhp-a.iii.276).
  2. loss (of property) DN.iii.181, DN.iii.182; AN.ii.166; AN.iv.283; Ja.iii.387 (atth˚).
  3. leakage, out flow (of water) …

apāyin →

pts

adjective going away Ja.i.163 (aḍḍharattāv’apāyin = aḍḍharatte apāyin C.). -an˚; not going away, i.e. constantly following (chāyā anapāyinī, the shadow) Dhp.2; Thag.1041; Mil.72.

fr. apāya

ara →

pts

the spoke of a wheel DN.ii.17 (sahass’ âra adj with thousand spokes), cp. Mil.285; Ja.iv.209; Ja.vi.261; Mil.238; Dhp-a.ii.142; Vv-a.106 (in allegorical etym of arahant = saṃsāra-cakkassa arānaṃ ha …

araghaṭṭa →

pts

…So read for T. arahatta-ghaṭi-yanta acc to Morris, J.P.T.S. 1885, 30; cp. also Vin. Texts iii.112
■ The 2rd part of…

arahant →

pts

…ohitabhāro anupatta-sadattho parikkhīṇa-bhava-saññojano sammad-aññā vimutto: DN.iii.83, DN.iii.97; MN.i.4 MN.i.235;…

arahatta →

pts

…Vin.ii.74; DN.i.229 arahattaṃ pāpuṇāti to attain or reach Arahantship (usually in aor. pāpuṇi) Ja.ii.229 Thag-a.64; Dhp-a.ii.49…

arakkheyya →

pts

adjective only in nt. “that which does not need to be guarded against”, what one does not need to heed, superfluous to beware of AN.iv.82 (cattāri Tathāgatassa a˚ āni).

3 arakkheyyāni are enumerated …

arati →

pts

…discontent, aversion Snp.270, Snp.436, Snp.642, Snp.938; Dhp.418 (= ukkaṇṭhitattaṃ Dhp-a.iv.225) Thig.339 (= ukkaṇṭhi Thag-a.239);…

araññakatta →

pts

…seclusion SN.ii.202, SN.ii.208 sq See also āraññakatta.

abstr. fr. araññaka

ariya →

pts

…AN.iv.145 (dele see arīhatatta); AN.v.68, AN.v.145 sq., AN.v.200, AN.v.317; Iti.21, Iti.108; Dhp.22, Dhp.164, Dhp.207;…

aru →

pts

…= Vv-a.77); -gatta (adj.) with wounds in the body MN.i.506 (+ pakka-gatta); Mil.357 (id); -pakka decaying with sores SN.iv.198…

arīhatatta →

pts

in phrase “arīhatta ariyo hoti” at AN.iv.145 is wrong reading for arīnaṃ hatattā. The whole phrase is inserted by mistake from a gloss…

arūpin →

pts

adjective = arūpa; DN.i.31 (arūpī attā hoti: see DN-a.i.119), DN.i.195; DN.iii.111, DN.iii.139; Iti.87 (rūpino va arūpino va sattā).

a + rūpin

asajjamāna →

pts

…not clinging, not stuck, unattached Snp.38, Snp.71 (cp. Cnd.107) Dhp.221 (nāmarūpasmiṃ a. = alaggamana Dhp-a.iii.298).

ppr. med. of a +…

asapatta →

pts

…mettavihārin Kp-a.249); Thig.512.

a + sapatta = Sk. sapatna

asatta →

pts

adjective not clinging or attached, free from attachment Snp.1059; Dhp.419; Cnd.107, Cnd.108; Dhp-a.iv.228.

pp. of a + sajjati

asañña →

pts

adjective unconscious, -sattā unconscious beings Name of a class of Devas DN.i.28 (cp. DN-a.i.118 and BSk. asaṃjñika-sattvāḥ Divy.505).

a + saññā

asaṅga →

pts

…Cp. next.

a +…

asaṅkheyya →

pts

adjective incalculable, innumerable, nt. an immense period AN.ii.142; Mil.232 (cattāri a.), Mil.289; Dhp-a.i.5, Dhp-a.i.83, Dhp-a.i.104.

a + sankheyya, grd. of saṃ- khyā

asi →

pts

…like swords Pgdp.29.

  • -patta having sword-like leaves with swords (knives) for leaves (of the sword-leaf-wood in Niraya, a…

asita →

pts

…not clinging to, unattached, independent, free (from wrong desires DN.ii.261 (˚âtiga); MN.i.386; Thag.38, Thag.1242 (see Mrs Rh. D. in…

assattha →

pts

…tree under which the Buddha attained enlightenment i.e. the Bo tree Vin.iv.35; DN.ii.4 (sammā-sambuddho assatthassa mūle abhisambuddho);…

assu →

pts

…(assū ti nipāta-mattaṃ). Perhaps we ought to take this assu3 together with the foll. assu4 as a modification of…

assāsa →

pts

…SN.iv.254 (param-assāsa-ppatta); AN.i.192; AN.iii.297 sq. (dhamma-vinaye); AN.iv.185; Ja.vi.309 (see…

atho →

pts

…Pv-a.251 (atho ti nipātamattaṃ avadhāraṇ-atthe vā). Also combd. with other part., like atho pi Snp.222, Snp.537, Snp.985;…

ati →

pts

…“falling on to”; attack slaying atimāpeti to put damage on to, i.e. to destroy. 2. over beyond, past, by, trans-; with verbs: 1….

ati-ussura →

pts

Ati-ussura

adjective only in loc. -e (adv.) too soon after sunrise, too early Vv-a.65 (laddhabhattatā eating too early).

aticchatta →

pts

“super”-sunshade, a sunshade of extraordinary size & colours Dhs-a.2.

ati + chatta

atigacchati →

pts

…2) Vin.ii.192; DN.i.85; SN.ii.205; DN-a.i.236 (= abhibhavitvā pavatta). Also 3rd pl accaguṃ Iti.93, Iti.95.

ati +…

atilīna →

pts

adjective too much attached to worldly matters SN.v.263.

ati + līna

atipāta →

pts

attack, only in phrase pāṇātipāta destruction of life, slaying, killing, murder DN.i.4 (pāṇātipātā veramaṇī, refraining from killing,…

atipātin →

pts

adjective noun one who attacks or destroys Snp.248; Ja.vi.449 (in war nāgakkhandh˚ = hatthikkhande khaggena chinditvā C.); Pv-a.27 (pāṇ˚).

ativasa →

pts

adjective being under somebody’s rule, dependent upon (c. gen.) Dhp.74 (= vase vattati Dhp-a.ii.79).

ati + vasa fr. vas

ativatta →

pts

…overcome (act. & pass.), conquered Snp.1133 (bhava˚); Cnd.21 (= atikkanta, vītivatta); Ja.v.84 (bhaya˚) Mil.146, Mil.154.

pp. of ativattati:…

ativattar →

pts

…cp. ativākya

Ativattar2

one who overcomes or is to be overcome Snp.785 (svātivattā = durativattā duttarā duppatarā…

ativattati →

pts

…Ja.i.58, Ja.i.280 Ja.iv.134; Ja.vi.113, Ja.vi.114; Pv-a.276
pp ativatta (q.v.).

ati + vṛt, Sk. ativartate

ativākya →

pts

…ati +…

atraja →

pts

…corrupted form for attaja (see attā) through analogy with Sk. atra “here”. This form occurs only in Ja and similar sources, i.e….

atricchā →

pts

…much desire“ with r in dissolution of geminated tt, like atraja for attaja. See also atriccha adj. and cp. J.P.T.S. 1884, 69

attamana →

pts

…is saka-mano DN-a.i.255 = attā + mano. He applies the same expln. to attamanatā (at Dhs.9, see Dhs trsl 12) = attano manatā…

attamanatā →

pts

satisfaction, joy, pleasure, transport of mind MN.i.114; AN.i.276; AN.iv.62; Pp.18 (an˚) Dhs.9, Dhs.86, Dhs.418 (an˚); Pv-a.132; Vv-a.67 (an˚).

abstr. to prec.

attan →

pts

…see atta1.

  • -danta selfrestrained self-controlled Dhp.104, Dhp.322. *…

attaniya →

pts

…SN.iii.78 (yaṃ kho anattaniyaṃ whatever has no soul), SN.iii.127; SN.iv.54 = Cnd.680 F; SN.iv.82 = SN.iii.33 = Cnd.680 Q 3; SN.iv.168;…

attha →

pts

…best thing Dhp.386 (= arahatta Dhp-a.iv.142); Snp.324 (= arahatta Snp-a.332); param˚ id. Cnd.26; sad˚; one’s own weal DN.ii.141;…

atthatta →

pts

reason, cause; only in abl. atthattā according to the sense, by reason of, on account of Pv-a.189 (-˚).

abstr. fr. attha1

attāṇa →

pts

adjective without shelter or protection Ja.i.229; Mil.148, Mil.325; Thag-a.285.

a + tāṇa

atīta →

pts

…(atītānaṃ, scil. attabhāvāuaṃ pariyanto na dissati); khaṇâtīta with the right moment past Dhp.315 = Snp.333; atītayobbana he…

ava →

pts

…(= a˚) ˚pakkhin, ˚patta.

Affinities of ava

  1. apa. There exists an exceedingly frequent interchange of forms with apa˚ and…

avakanta →

pts

cut, cut open, cut off Ja.iv.251 (galak’ âvakantaṃ).

for *avakatta, Sk. avakṛtta; pp. of avakantati, see kanta2

avapatta →

pts

see opatta.

avasāna →

pts

(-˚) neuter stopping ceasing; end, finish, conclusion Ja.i.87 (bhattakicc-âvasāne at the end of the meal); Pv-a.76 (id.).

for osāna

avayava →

pts

limb, member, constituent, part Vv-a.53 (sarīra˚ = gattā). Vv-a.168 Vv-a.201, Vv-a.276; Pv-a.211 (sarīra˚ = gattā), Pv-a.251 (mūl˚ the fibres of the root). As t. t. g. at Snp-a.397. In the comm …

avaṃ →

pts

adverb the prep. ava in adv. use, down, downward; in C. often expld. by adho. Rarely absolute, the only passage found so far being Snp.685 (avaṃ sari he went down, variant …

avyattatā →

pts

state or condition of not being manifest or visible, concealment, hiding Dhp-a.ii.38.

abstr. fr. avyatta

avyāseka →

pts

adjective untouched, unimpaired DN.i.182 (˚sukha = kilesa vyāseka-virahitattā avyāseka DN-a.i.183); Pp.59.

a + vy + āseka

avyāyata →

pts

adjective at random, without discrimination, careless Ja.i.496 (= avyatta C.).

a + vyāyata of yam

aya FIXME double →

pts

Ayo & Aya

neuter iron. The nom. ayo found only in set of 5 metals forming an alloy of gold (jātarūpa), viz ayo, loha (copper), tipu (tin), *sīsa

ayaṃ →

pts

pronoun demonstr. pron. “this, he”; f. ayaṃ; nt. idaṃ & imaṃ “this, it” etc. This pron. combines in its inflection two stems, viz. as˚; (ayaṃ in nom. m. & f.) & im˚; (id in nom. nt.).

I. Form …

ayo →

pts

Ayo & Aya

neuter iron. The nom. ayo found only in set of 5 metals forming an alloy of gold (jātarūpa), viz ayo, loha (copper), tipu (tin), *sīsa

añjana →

pts

…corrected into thanamajjanamattaṃ. See also pacc˚. In meaning collyrium box at Thig.413 (= añjana-nāḷi Thag-a.267); Dhp-a.ii.25.

*…

añña →

pts

…Dhp.165; Ja.i.151 (opp. attano); Ja.ii.333 (aññaṃ vyākaroti give a diff. answer). 2. another one, a second nt. else, further Snp.1052 (=…

aññathatta →

pts

  1. change, alteration SN.iii.37; SN.iv.40; AN.i.153; AN.iii.66; Kv.227 (= jarā C, cp Kvu trsl. 55 n. 2); Mil.209.
  2. difference Ja.i.147; Iti.11.
  3. erroneous supposition, mistake Vin.ii.2; SN.iii.9 …

aññatra →

pts

adverb elsewhere, somewhere else Ja.v.252; Pv.iv.1#62. In compn. also añña˚, e.g. aññatra-yoga (adj.) following another discipline DN.i.187; MN.i.487
■ As prep. c. abl. (and instr.) but …

aññā →

pts

-ārādhana the attainment of full insight MN.i.479.

  • -indriya the faculty of perfect knowledge or of knowledge…

aḍḍha →

pts

…(-matta) half a k. in extent Vv-a.64 (cp. aṭṭha-karīsa).

aṃsa →

pts

Aṃsa1

  1. the shoulder AN.v.110; Snp.609. aṃse karoti to put on the shoulder, to shoulder Ja.i.9.
  2. a part (lit. side) (cp. ˚āsa in koṭṭhāsa and expln of …

aṅga →

pts

  1. (lit.) a constituent part of the body, a limb, member; also of objects: part, member (see cpd. ˚sambhāra); uttam˚aṅga the reproductive organ Ja.v.197; also as “head” at Thag-a.209. Usually in cp …

aṅguli →

pts

Aṅgulī & Aṅguli

(thus always in compounds) feminine a finger AN.iv.127; Snp.610; Ja.iii.416 Ja.iv.474; Ja.v.215 (vaṭṭ˚ with rounded fingers); Mil.395; Dhp-a.ii.59; Dhp-a.iv.210; Snp-a.229.

  • *-[ …

aṅgulika →

pts

finger Ja.iii.13 (pañc˚); Ja.v.204 (vaṭṭ˚ = pavāḷ˚ ankurasadisā vaṭṭangulī Ja.v.207). See also pañcangulika. Anguli & Anguli;

= angulī

aṅgulī →

pts

Aṅgulī & Aṅguli

(thus always in compounds) feminine a finger AN.iv.127; Snp.610; Ja.iii.416 Ja.iv.474; Ja.v.215 (vaṭṭ˚ with rounded fingers); Mil.395; Dhp-a.ii.59; Dhp-a.iv.210; Snp-a.229.

  • *-[ …

aṇu →

pts

…Dhp-a.iv.184.

  • -matta of small size, atomic least Snp.431; Vb.244, Vb.247 (cp. MN.iii.134; AN.ii.22) Dpvs.iv.20. The…

aṇḍaka →

pts

Aṇḍaka1

neuter = aṇḍa, egg Dhp-a.i.60; Dhp-a.iii.137 (sakuṇ˚).

Aṇḍaka2

adjective only used of vācā speech: harsh, rough, insolent MN.i.286; AN.v.265, AN.v.283 AN.v.293 (glos …

aṭala →

pts

adjective solid, firm, strong, only in phrase; aṭaliyo upāhanā strong sandals MN.ii.155 (vv.ll. paṭaliye & agaliyo) = SN.i.226 (vv.ll. āṭaliyo & āṭaliko). At the latter passage Bdhgh. explains gaṇan …

aṭṭaka →

pts

platform to be used as a watchhouse on piles, or in a tree Vin.i.173; Vin.ii.416; Vin.iii.322 Vin.iii.372; DN-a.i.209.

Demin. of aṭṭa1

aṭṭha →

pts

…7 or 8 = a couple e.g. sattaṭṭha divasā, a weck or so Ja.i.86; Ja.ii.101; Vv-a.264 (saṃvaccharā years) 2. used as definite…

aṭṭhaka →

pts

…= Dhp-a.iii.104 (˚bhatta). 2. ˚ā (f.) the eight day of the lunar month (cp. aṭṭhamī), in phrase rattīsu antar’aṭṭhakāsu in…

aṭṭhi →

pts

…Ja.i.189; Ja.v.151 (: attano atthikabhāvaṃ katvā atthiko hutvā sakkaccaṃ suṇeyya C.); Ud.80 (: adhikicca ayaṃ no attho…

aṭṭita →

pts

(& occasionally addita, e.g. Pv.ii.6#2; Thig.77, Thig.89; Thag.406) pained, distressed, grieved, terrified Thag.157; Ja.ii.436; Ja.iv.85 (variant reading addhita); Ja.v.84; Vv-a.3 …

aṭṭiyati FIXME double →

pts

Aṭṭiyati & Aṭṭiyati

to be in trouble or anxiety, to be worried, to be incommodated, usually combd. with harāyati, e.g. DN.i.213 (+ jigucchati); SN.i.131; MN.i.423; P …

aṭṭiyati →

pts

Aṭṭiyati & Aṭṭiyati

to be in trouble or anxiety, to be worried, to be incommodated, usually combd. with harāyati, e.g. DN.i.213 (+ jigucchati); SN.i.131; MN.i.423; P …

aṭṭāla →

pts

watch-tower, a room at the top of a house, or above a gate (koṭṭhaka) Thag.863; Ja.iii.160 Ja.v.373; Mil.1, Mil.330; Dhp-a.iii.488.

from aṭṭa

aṭṭālaka →

pts

Err:509

aṭṭāna →

pts

at Vin.ii.106 is obscure, should it not rather be read with Bdhgh as aṭṭhāna? (cp. Bdhgh on p. 315).

baddha →

pts

…bound to addicted or attached to Snp.773 (bhavasāta˚, cp. Mnd.30) 6. put together, kneaded, made into cakes (of meal Ja.iii.343; Ja.v.46;…

bahalatta →

pts

thickness, swollen condition, swelling Ja.i.147.

abstr. fr. above

bahiddhā →

pts

…personal-external see ajjhatta
■ The; bahiddh’ ārammaṇāni (objects of thought concerning that which is external)…

bahu →

pts

…many riches Pv-a.97. -patta having obtained much, loaded with gifts Vin.iv.243. -pada many-footed, a…

bahukkhattuṃ →

pts

adverb many times Mil.215.

bahu + khattuṃ, like sattakkhattuṃ, ti˚ etc.

bahulī →

pts

…(= punappunaṃ kata); -katatta (nt.) practice DN.ii.214; -kamma continuous practice, an act often repeated MN.i.301; Dhs-a.406 (=…

bahūta →

pts

…however as mataka-bhattaṃ); Ja.vi.173 (˚tagarā mahī); Pv.ii.7#5 (variant reading for pahūta, cp. pahūtika).

for pahūta = Sk….

bala →

pts

…pañcindriyani, p. balāni, sattabojjhangāni, ariyo aṭṭhangiko maggo e.g. SN.iii.96; Pts.ii.56; Mnd.13 = Mnd.360 = Cnd.420; Cnd. s.v….

balatta →

pts

strength, only in cpd. dubbalatta weakness Ja.ii.154.

abstr. fr. bala, cp. balatā

balavatā →

pts

strength, force (see [in military sense](/define/in military sense)) Ja.ii.369 (ārakkhassa b.); Mil.101 (kusalassa & akusalassa kammassa b.).

abstr. fr. balavant; cp. Epic Sk. balavattā

bandhaka →

pts

as variant reading of vaṭṭaka see *aṃsa*˚.

bandhana →

pts

  1. binding, bond, fetter Vin.i.21; DN.i.226, DN.i.245 (pañca kāmaguṇā); DN.iii.176; MN.ii.44; SN.i.8, SN.i.24 (Māra˚), SN.i.35, SN.i.40, SN.iv.201 sq. (5 fold) to bind the king of the Devas or Asuras, …

bandhu →

pts

…SN.i.123 (pamatta˚); SN.i.128; Snp.241, Snp.315 Snp.430, Snp.911; Ja.iv.525; Mil.65 (kamma˚); Snp-a.192 (veda˚.)
■ f….

bhabba →

pts

…kusalesu dhammesu sammattaṃ.“ 2. possible (abhabba impossible) MN.iii.215 (kammaṃ bhabbaābhāsa apparently possible)
■ See also…

bhaga →

pts

…(in verse “bhagehi ca vibhattavā” in exegesis of word “Bhagava”) at DN-a.i.34 read bhava, as read at id. p…

bhajati →

pts

…follow, resort to; to be attached to (acc.), to love. Freq. syn. of sevati. The Dhtp & Dhtm mark the fig. meaning…

bhajin →

pts

adjective loving, attached to, worshipping Mnd.142 (in expln of “Bhagavā”).

fr. bhajati

bhantatta →

pts

turmoil, confusion Dhs.429 (= vibhanti-bhāva Dhs-a.260, so read for vibhatti˚) cp. Dhs trsl. 120.

fr. bhanta

bharati →

pts

…(ppr.) MN.iii.123 (chatta: a parasol being spread out), on which see Geiger, P.Gr. § 52, 5; 175 n. 3, 191.

bhṛ; cp. Lat. fero, Gr….

bhastā →

pts

…Thag.2, Thag.466 (T. reads gatta, but Thag-a.283 reads bhasta & explains as “camma-pasibbaka”) Ja.iii.346 (sattu˚ = sattu pasibbaka flour…

bhatta →

pts

…Pv.iii.2#9 (so read for vissatta; explained at Pv-a.184 by bhattakicca & bhuñjana) Mil.9 Snp-a.19 Snp-a.140

  • -vetana service for food, food…

bhattar →

pts

husband; nom. sg. bhattā Thig.413; Ja.v.104, Ja.v.260 (here in meaning “supporter”); Ja.vi.492; gen. bhattu Ja.v.169, Ja.v.170; acc bhattāraṃ Thig.412.

Vedic bhartṛ to bhṛ.

bhattavant →

pts

adjective possessing reverence or worship(pers), worshipful, adored; in a (late) verse analysing fancifully the word “Bhagavant, at DN-a.i.34 = Vism.210 sq. Explained at Vism.212 by “bhaji-sevi-bah …

bhatti →

pts

  1. devotion, attachment, fondness Pp.20; Dhs.1326 (cp. Dhs trsl. 345); Pp.65; Ja.v.340 (= sineha C.); Ja.vi.349; Vv-a.353, Vv-a.354.
  2. in…

bhattika →

pts

…said of a toiling housewife.

fr. bhatta

bhavati →

pts

…sambhavati jāyati nibbattati pātu-bhavati)

I. Forms

There are two bases used side by side, viz bhav˚; and (contracted)…

bhavatta →

pts

the fact of being, state, condition Kp-a.227.

abstr. fr. bhū

bhañjana →

pts

…smearing, oiling, in gatta˚ and pāda˚
■ bbhañjana-tela oil for rubbing the body and the feet Vism.100; Vv-a.295.

for byañjana,…

bhaṭa →

pts

…Mil.240; Vv-a.305 (bhattavetana˚). As to suggestion of bhaṭa occurring in phrase yathā-bhaṭaṃ (Kern.

Toevoegselen

s. v….

bhaṭṭha →

pts

…thus same as bhattha2) variant reading bhatta. Cp. Sk. bhāṭa & BSk. bhāṭaka Mvu.iii.37.

perhaps for…

bhedana →

pts

…Thag-a.254.

  • -saṃvattanika leading to division or dissension Vin.iii.173. Bhedapeti & Bhedeti;

fr. bhid, as…

bhijjana →

pts

breaking up, splitting, perishing; destruction Ja.i.392; Ja.v.284; Ja.vi.11; Dhp-a.i.257 (kaṇṇā bhijjan’ ākāra-pattā); Thag-a.43 (bhijjana-sabhāva of perishable nature; expln of bhidura …

bhikkhu →

pts

…expln is “sattannaṃ dhammānaṃ bhinnattā bhikkhu” (because of the breaking or destroying of 7 things, viz. the 7 bad…

bhindati →

pts

abhindi AN.iv.312 (atta-sambhavaṃ)
ger bhinditvā Ja.i.425, Ja.i.490; Pv-a.12; also in phrase *indriyāni…

bhinnatta →

pts

state of being broken or destroyed, destruction AN.iv.144.

fr. bhinna

bhiyyoso →

pts

adverb still more, more and more, only in cpd. -mattāya [cp. BSk. bhūyasyā mātrāya Mvu.ii.345; Divy.263 & passim exceedingly, abundantly AN.i.124 = Pp.30 (explained at Pp-a 212 by “bhiyyoso-mattā …

bhojana →

pts

…at Vin.iv.75, viz niccabhatta˚, salākabhatta˚, pakkhikaṃ, uposathikaṃ pāṭipadikaṃ
■ As part of the regulations concerning food,…

bhuttavant →

pts

adjective having eaten, one who has eaten Ja.v.170 (= kata-bhatta-kicca); Vv-a.244.

bhutta + vant

bhuttāvin →

pts

…Mil.15 (+ onīta-pattapāṇi); Pv-a.23 (+ pavārita); Snp-a.58; instr. bhuttāvinā Vin.iv.82; gen. dat. bhuttavissa DN.ii.195….

bhāga →

pts

…Pv-a.52)
bhāgabhatta apportioned food, ration Dhp-a.i.134
■ Cp. dobbhagga “disproportionateness,”…

bhājana →

pts

…Ja.iii.471; Ja.v.293 (bhatta˚); Mil.107; Vv-a.40, Vv-a.292 (variant reading bhojana); Pv-a.104, Pv-a.145, Pv-a.251 Sdhp.571.

*…

bhāra →

pts

…laid down,“ one who has attained Arahantship MN.i.139; AN.iii.84; SN.i.233; Dhp.402 (= ohita-khandha-bhāra Dhp-a.iv.168); Snp.626 (same…

bhāva →

pts

…manifestation) -hood (atta˚ selfhood), or -ship (samaṇa˚ recluseship). Similarly in Com. style: sampayutta- bhāvo (m.)…

bhāvanīya →

pts

…state (cp. bhāvitatta) MN.i.33 (garu + ; explained by Bdhgh as “addhā ’yam āyasmā jānaṃ jānāti passaṃ passatī ti evaṃ…

bhāveti →

pts

to beget, produce, increase, cultivate, develop (by means of thought meditation), The Buddhist equivalent for mind-work as creative in idea, MN.i.293; cp. B.Psy p. 132
■ DN.ii.79; MN.ii.11 (cattā …

bhāvitatta →

pts

…See foll.

bhāvita + attan

Bhāvitatta2

neuter only neg. a˚ the fact of not developing or cultivating SN.iii.153 SN.iii.475;…

bhīrati →

pts

…MN.iii.123 (chatta: being brought up,or carried behind) Neumann, M. trsl.2iii.248 translates “über ihm schwebt,” &…

bhūmaka →

pts

…stories Ja.i.58, Ja.i.89; satta˚; with 7 stories (pāsāda) Dhp-a.ii.1, Dhp-a.ii.260. The form -ika at Dhp-a.i.182 (dve˚ geha). 2….

bhūmika →

pts

…stories Ja.i.58, Ja.i.89; satta˚; with 7 stories (pāsāda) Dhp-a.ii.1, Dhp-a.ii.260. The form -ika at Dhp-a.i.182 (dve˚ geha). 2….

bhūnaha →

pts

…as “isīnaṃ ativattāro attano vaḍḍhiyā hatattā bh.”). Cp. MN.i.502 (“puritanical” suggested by Lord Chalmers).

difficult to…

bhūta →

pts

grown, become; born, produced; nature as the result of becoming. The (exegetical) definition by Bdhgh of the word bhūta is interesting. He (at MN-a.i.31) distinguishes the foll. 7 …

bhūtatta →

pts

the fact of having grown, become or being created (i.e. being creatures or part of creation) Vism.310 (in def. of bhūtā); MN-a.i.32 (id.).

abstr. fr. bhūta

bimba →

pts

…Ja.vi.590 (nigrodhapatta-bimb’ oṭṭhī) Thag-a.133 (Tha-ap.57). The Sk. vimbī according to Halāyudha 2, 48 is equal to…

bimbi →

pts

…At Ja.vi.497, Ja.vi.498 the form is bimbajāla. The C. expln gives ratta-kuravaka as a synonym.

= Sk. bimbī, see…

bindu →

pts

…of Asoka Mil.121 sq.

  • -matta measuring a drop, even a drop Pv-a.100, Pv-a.104 (eka ˚ṃ).
  • -sāra Np….

biḷāra →

pts

…(-matta) (large enough) for a cat to creep through AN.v.195.

  • -bhastā (a bag of) catskin MN.i.128…

bodhaneyya →

pts

adjective capable of being enlightened, to be taught the truth Bv.2, Bv.195 (jana); Mil.169 (yena yogena bodhaneyyā sattā bujjhanti tena y. bodheti); otherwise in combination bodhaneyya-bandhavo th …

bodhi →

pts

…mettā˚, upekhā˚.
-satta

  1. a “bodhi-being,” i.e. a being destined to attain fullest enlightenment or Buddhaship. A…

bojjhaṅga →

pts

…gutta-dvāratā, bhojane mattaññutā jāgariy’ ânuyoga, sati-sampajaññaṃ (see e.g. Mnd.14 Cnd. s.v. satipaṭṭhāna & sīla); cp….

brahma →

pts

…DN.iii.81, DN.iii.83. -patta arrived at the highest state, above the devas, a state like the Br. gods MN.i.386; AN.ii.184….

brahmatta →

pts

…of a Brahma god, existence in the Br. world Vb.337; Vism.301 Vb-a.437; Dhp-a.i.110. brahmattabhāva is to be read as brahm’ attabhāva…

brahmattara →

pts

at Ja.iii.207 (of a castle) is probably to be read brahmuttara “even higher than Brahmā,” i.e. unsurpassed, magnificent. C. explains by suvaṇṇa- pāsāda.

brahmā →

pts

…DN.iii.81, DN.iii.83. -patta arrived at the highest state, above the devas, a state like the Br. gods MN.i.386; AN.ii.184….

brāhmaṇa →

pts

…P definitions are e.g. “sattannaṃ dhammānaṃ bāhitattā br.” (like def. of bhikkhu) Mnd.86 = Cnd.464#a (cp Snp.519); ye keci…

buddha →

pts

…un-buddhahood, of Devadatta); DN-a.i.1. -bhūmi the ground of Buddhahood Bv.ii.175. -manta mystic…

buddhatta →

pts

…of (perfect) enlightenment, (attainment of) Buddhahood Ja.iii.363 (sabbadhammānaṃ b.); Vism.209 (buddhattā Buddho) Mhbv.12. Cp. buddhatā and…

buddhatā →

pts

enlightenment, wisdom Dhp-a.iv.228; Thag-a.4 (Buddha-subuddhatā)
■ Cp. buddhatta.

abstr. fr. buddha

bujjhana →

pts

awakening, attaining to knowledge, recognition Pts.i.18; Mil.194; DN-a.i.51.

fr. budh

bujjhati →

pts

to be awake, to be enlightened in (acc.), to perceive, to know, recognise, understand DN.ii.249; SN.i.74, SN.i.198; Dhp.136, Dhp.286; Thag.146; Ja.iii.331; Ja.iv.49 Ja.iv.425; Mil.165, Mil.348 (pot. b …

byatta →

pts

adjective experienced, learned Mil.21.

cp. P. vyatta; Sk. vyakta

byattatā →

pts

experience, learning Mil.349. See also pari˚.

fr. byatta

byābādha FIXME double →

pts

…hurting; usually in phrase atta˚ & para˚; (disturbing the peace of others of oneself) MN.i.89; SN.iv.339; AN.i.114, AN.i.157, AN.i.216;…

byābādha →

pts

…referred to as 3 fold: atta˚, para˚, ubhaya˚, or against oneself against others, & both-MN.i.416; SN.iv.159 (vyā˚), SN.iv.339.

vy + ā…

byāsatta →

pts

…vā lagga-mānasa Dhp-a.i.361), Dhp.287 (cp. Dhp-a.iii.433; lagganatāya sattamānasa).

pp. of vy + ā + sañj, cp. āsatta1

bādhakatta →

pts

the fact of being oppressive or injurious Vism.496.

abstr. fr. bādhaka

bāhiratta →

pts

being outside (of the individual), externality Vism.450.

abstr. fr. bāhira

bāhitatta →

pts

keeping out, exclusion Cnd.464 (in expln of word brāhmaṇa).

abstr. fr. bāhita

bāla →

pts

-nakkhatta Name of a certain “feast of fools,” i.e. carnival Dhp-a.i.256.

  • -saṅgatacārin one who keeps company…

bīja →

pts

…Sdhp.270 sq., Sdhp.318. nibbatta˚; (or nivatta˚) (adj.) that which has dropped its seed (hence a lawful food) Vin.i.215, cp. Vin.ii.109;…

ca →

pts

…ruccati tena c’ amhā attamanā MN.i.93; yañ ca kho… ceteti yañ ca pakappeti… whatever he thinks, whatever he intends… SN.ii.65. As a…

cajati →

pts

…Ja.v.464; Ja.vi.570

pp catta, q.v
grd caja [Sk. tyajya] q.v.

Sk. tyajate, tyaj = Gr. σο βέω to…

cakka →

pts

…sappurisûpassaya atta-sammāpaṇidhi, pubbe-kata-puññatā AN.ii.32; Ja.v.114; mentioned at Pts.i.84. Cp. also Snp.554 sq.;…

cakkhu →

pts

…of the truth,“ said of the attainment of that right knowledge which leads to Arahantship, in phrase virajaṃ vitamalaṃ dh-cakkhuṃ uppajjati…

camma →

pts

…AN.iv.110;

  • -varatta (f.) a leather thong Ja.ii.153;
  • -vāsin one who wears the skin (of a…

candana →

pts

…Mil.243, Mil.348; ratta˚ red s. Ja.iv.442 lohita˚ id. AN.v.22; Ja.i.37; hari˚ yellow s. Ja.i.146.

candatta →

pts

in cpd. paripuṇṇa˚; state or condition of the full moon Snp-a.502.

abstr. fr. canda

carati →

pts

…by series viharati iriyati vattati pāleti yapeti yāpeti Cnd.237
■ carāmi loke I move about (= I live) in the world Snp.25, Snp.455…

carita →

pts

…Mil.92 (rāgac˚ = ratta); Vism.105, Vism.114 (rāga˚, dosa˚, moha˚ etc.). 2. (nt.) action, behaviour, living Dhp.330 (ekassa c. living…

catta →

pts

given up. sacrificed AN.ii.41; AN.iii.50; Thag.209 (˚vaṇṇa who has lost fame); Ja.ii.336; Ja.iv.195 Ja.v.41 (˚jīvita).

pp. of cajati

cattatta →

pts

the fact of giving up, abandonment, resignation. Vb.254f. Dhs-a.381

fr. catta

cattārīsa →

pts

(& cattālīsa) forty SN.ii.85; Snp.p.87; Iti.99≈. Usually cattāḷīsa Ja.i.58; Ja.v.433; Dhp-a.i.41; Dhp-a.ii.9. 93.

  • -danta having 40 teeth (one of the characteristics of a Mahāp …

cattārīsaka →

pts

adjective having forty MN.iii.77.

catukka →

pts

…Dhp-a.317.

  • -bhatta a meal for four bhikkhus Vin.ii.77; Vin.iii.160
  • -magga the 4 fold path…

catur →

pts

…e.g. & Pv.iv.1#8 (see satta). The formation “cattussada” has probably been influenced by “sattussada”;…

catuttha →

pts

…aḍḍhuḍḍha.

  • -bhatta food eaten only every fourth day Ja.v.424
  • -magga “the fourth Path,” of…

caṅkama →

pts

…AN.i.114; AN.i.183; AN.iii.29 AN.iv.87; Ja.i.17; Ja.ii.273; Ja.v.132 (cp. kattaradaṇḍa-passages).

Sk. cankrama & cankramā, fr. cankamati

cetanā →

pts

…sañcetanā sañcetayitatta (viz. state or behaviour of volition) Dhs.5; Vb.285
■ Cp. Dhs.58 (+ citta); Vb.401 (id.); Vb.40, Vb.403;…

ceteti →

pts

…c SN.v.447; ajjhattarūpe, etc. ceteti Vin.iii.113; mangalāni acintayuṃ Snp.258; diṭṭhigatāni cintayanto Snp.834 kiṃ cintesi…

cetiya →

pts

…SN.ii.220; AN.iv.16; Sattambaka˚ DN.ii.102, DN.ii.118; Sārandada DN.ii.118, DN.ii.175; AN.iii.167; Supatiṭṭha˚ Vin.i.35.

*…

cha →

pts

…Lakes of the Himavant (satta-mahā-sarā), lit. lake of the elephant with 6 tusks. cp. cha-visāṇa Vism.416….

chada →

pts

…& DN-a.i.251 (vivatta˚), otherwise -chadda -shelter, clothing in phrase ghāsacchada Pp.51 (see ghāsa & cp….

chambheti →

pts

…& chambhitatta, Cp. ūrukhambha (under khambha2).

cp. Sk. skabhnāti & stabhnāti; skambh, and P. khambha, thambha…

chambhita →

pts

Only in der. chambhitatta (nt.) the state of being stiff, paralysis, stupefaction consternation, always combined with other expressions of fear, viz….

chanda →

pts

…ch. as necessary for the attainment of Arahantship
■ vigata˚ (free from excitement) and a˚ SN.i.111; SN.iii.7, SN.iii.107,…

chatta →

pts

…The handle of a chatta is affixed at the circumference, not at the centre as it is in a parasol), a canopy Vin.i.152;…

chattaka →

pts

  1. a sun-shade Ja.vi.252; Thig.23 (= Thag-a.29 as nickname of sun-shade makers). See also paṇṇa˚.
  2. ahi˚; “snake’s sun-shade,” N. for a mushroom: toadstool DN.iii.87; Ja.ii.95; a mushroom, toad …

chava →

pts

…Vin.ii.115 (˚sīsassa patta a bowl made out of a skull) See compounds 2. (adj.) vile, low, miserable, wretched Vin.ii.112, Vin.ii.188;…

chaḷ →

pts

…Lakes of the Himavant (satta-mahā-sarā), lit. lake of the elephant with 6 tusks. cp. cha-visāṇa Vism.416….

cheda →

pts

…castration Ja.iv.364; - bhatta ˚ṃ karoti to put on short rations Ja.i.156. pada˚; separation of words Snp-a.150….

chinna →

pts

…(+ bhinna˚); -bhatta without food i.e. famished starved Ja.i.84; Ja.v.382; Dhp-a.iii.106 = Vv-a.76…

chādeti →

pts

…AN.iii.54; Dhp-a.iii.285 (bhattaṃ me na ch.). 2. to be pleased with, to delight in, to approve of (c acc.) esp. in phrase bhattaṃ chādeti to…

chāta →

pts

…Cp. pari˚.

  • -ajjhatta with hungry insides Ja.i.345; Ja.ii.203; Ja.v.338 Ja.v.359; Dhp-a.i.125; Dhp-a.i.367…

cinteti →

pts

…c SN.v.447; ajjhattarūpe, etc. ceteti Vin.iii.113; mangalāni acintayuṃ Snp.258; diṭṭhigatāni cintayanto Snp.834 kiṃ cintesi…

cintin →

pts

only-˚: thinking of, having one’s thoughts on AN.i.102 (duccintita˚ & su˚); Snp.174 (ajjhatta˚; variant reading B. ˚saññin) Snp.388; Ja.iii.306 = Ja.iv.453 Ja.v.176 = Ja.v.478; Mil.92.

adj. to cintā

cintita →

pts

…AN.i.102; Thag-a.76; -matta as much as a thought, loc. cintita-matte (yeva) at the mere thoughts just as he thought it…

cira →

pts

…lately, newly: ˚arahattappatta SN.i.196; ˚pabbajita SN.i.185; ˚parinibbute Bhagavati shortly after the death of the Bhagavant DN.i.204, etc.;…

citta →

pts

…to be changed into ˚patta; -patta (adj.) having variegated wings Ja.vi.540, Ja.vi.590;…

cittatta →

pts

noun = cittatā SN.v.158.

cittatā →

pts

…kammanānatta).

f. abstr. to citta1

Cittatā

“being of such a heart or mind,” state of mind, character…

ciṇṇa →

pts

-mānatta one who performs the Mānatta Vin.iv.242

  • -vasin one who has reached mastership in (c….

ciṇṇatta →

pts

custom, habit Mil.57, Mil.105.

Der. fr. ciṇṇa

cora →

pts

…an attack from robbers Ja.i.267;

  • -kathā talk about thieves (one of the forbidden pastimes, see…

cuta →

pts

  1. (adj.) shifted, disappeared, deceased, passed from one existence to another Vin.iv.216; Snp.774, Snp.899; Iti.19, Iti.99; Ja.i.139, Ja.i.205; Pp.17
    -accuta permanent. no …

cāṭi →

pts

…oil tank); Vv-a.76 (sālibhatta˚ holding a meal of rice). 2. a measure of capacity Ja.ii.404; Ja.iv.343. 3. a large vessel of the tank type used…

cīvara →

pts

…robe Pv-a.141; sa˚-bhatta food given with a robe Vin.iv.77; lūkha˚; (adj.) having a coarse robe Vin.i.109 (+ duccola); Vin.iii.263…

dabbī →

pts

(wooden) spoon, a ladle; (met.) the hood of a snake (dabbimattā, phaṇapuṭakā Dhp-a.iv.132)
■ Dhp.64 gen. & instr, davyā Ja.iii.218; Mil.365
■ In cpds dabbi˚.

daddula →

pts

…both at MN.i.188 (kukkuṭapattena pi. n-daddulena pi aggiṃ gavesanti) & AN.iv.47 (kukkuṭapattaṃ vā n-daddulaṃ vā aggimhi…

dadāti →

pts

…dattikā*, etc.; and pp atta (= ā-d[a]ta).

  1. Bases dāy & (reduced); day contracted into de.
    1. dāy˚: only in…

dakkhiṇa →

pts

…SN.i.145, etc.

  • -āvattaka (adj.) winding to the right DN.ii.18 (of the hairs of a Mahāpurisa, the 14th of…

dala →

pts

…muttā˚ (? DN-a.i.252; ratta-pavāḷa˚ Ja.i.75.

Sk. dala, *del (var. of *der, see dara) in dalati (q.v.) orig. a…

dama →

pts

…Snp.189, Snp.542 (˚ppatta), Snp.655; Dhp.9, Dhp.25, Dhp.261; Ne.77; Mil.24 (sudanto uttame dame). duddama hard to tame…

dameti →

pts

to make tame, chastise, punish master, conquer, convert Vin.ii.196 (daṇḍena); MN.ii.102; Dhp.80, Dhp.305 (attānaṃ); Iti.123 (ppr. [danto] damayataṃ seṭṭho [santo] samayataṃ isi); Mil.14, Mil.386; Pv- …

dandha →

pts

…700. A problematic connection is that with thaddha & datta2 (q.v.)

dandhatā →

pts

stupidity Dhp-a.i.250; as dandhattaṃ at DN.iii.106.

dandhāyitatta →

pts

stupidity (= dandhatā) DN.i.249 (opp. vitthāyitatta); SN.ii.54; Mil.105; DN-a.i.252.

der. fr. dandheti

dasa →

pts

…(sammad˚) Ja.i.506 (yugamatta˚; variant reading dassa)
duddasa difficult to be seen or understood DN.i.12 (dhammā…

dasika →

pts

…Dhp-a.iv.206 (˚mattam pi not even a thread, i.e. nothing at all, cp. Lat. nihīlum = ne-fīlum not a thread = nothing) See also dasaka…

dassati →

pts

…Mvu.vii.35, & der; dissamānatta (nt.) (visibility) Pv-a.103
ger disvā Snp.48, Snp.409, Snp.687 sq. Iti.76; Pv-a.67,…

datta →

pts

…by; often in Np. as Brahmadatta, Deva-datta = Theo-dor. etc.) Snp.217 (para˚ = Snp-a.272 (variant reading dinna).

pp. of…

dattika →

pts

adjective given; Ja.iii.221 (kula˚); Ja.iv.146 (id.); nt. a gift DN.i.103 (= dinnaka DN-a.i.271).

der. fr. datta

dattu →

pts

…= MN.i.515; Ja.iv.338.

is it base of n. ag. dātar? see datta2

daṇḍa →

pts

…use violence: attadaṇḍa (atta = ā-dā violent Snp.935; attadaṇḍesu nibbuta Dhp.406 = Snp.630 a. + kodhâbhibhūta SN.iv.117:…

deva →

pts

…Mhvs.i.291;

devasika →

pts

…Ja.v.383; DN-a.i.296 (˚bhatta = bhattavetena); Dhp-a.i.187 sq., -nt. ˚ṃ as adv daily, every day Ja.i.82, Ja.i.149, Ja.i.186; Vv-a.67,…

devatta →

pts

the state of being a deva, divinity Thag-a.70; Pv-a.110 (˚bhāva as Yakkha, opp. petatta bhāva; so read for devatā-bhāva).

deva + tta

devattana →

pts

state or condition of a deva Thag.1127; cp. petattana in the foll. verse.

= last

devatā →

pts

…at Pv-a.110 read as devattabhāva (opp. petattabhāva).

deva + tā, qualitative-abstr. suffix, like Lat. juventa, senecta, Goth. hauhipa,…

dhamani →

pts

…sirājālehi vitthatagatta Pv-a.68) Vin.iii.110; Ja.iv.371 Ja.v.69; Dhp.395 = Thag.243 = Pv.ii.1#13; Pv.iv.10#1; Dhp-a.i.299, Dhp-a.i.367;…

dhamma →

pts

…also Avs.ii.81;

  • -kathikatta (nt.) speaking about the Dh.; preaching MN.iii.40; AN.i.38 (+ vinayadhara-katta);
  • -kamma

dhammatta →

pts

liability to be judged Vin.ii.55 (& a˚).

Sk. *dharmatvaṃ

dhammika →

pts

…ti dh., ñāyena samena pavattalī ti“ (ib. DN-a.249). Vin.iv.284; DN.i.103; SN.ii.280 (dhammikā kathā) SN.iii.240 (āhāra); SN.iv.203…

dhana →

pts

…Used in the expression sattavidha-ariya-dhana “the 7 fold noble treasure” of the good qualities or virtues, viz. saddhā cāga etc. (see…

dhanatta →

pts

being bent on having money Ja.v.449.

Sk. *dhanatvaṃ

dhona →

pts

adjective noun

  1. purified MN.i.386; Snp.351, Snp.786, Snp.813, Snp.834 (= dhutakilesa Snp-a.542); Ja.iii.160 (˚sākha = patthaṭasākha Com.; variant reading BB vena˚); Mnd.77 = Mnd.176 (: dhonā vucca …

dhovati →

pts

…Ja.iv.2; Vv-a.33 (pattaṃ), Vv-a.77 (id.) Pv-a.75, Pv-a.144.
inf dhovituṃ Vin.ii.120; Vin.iv.261
pp dhota

dhunāti →

pts

…dhunāti pāpake dhamme dumapattaṃ va māluto Thag.2; Ja.i.11 (verse 48); Ja.iii.44 (hatthe dhuniṃsu, wrung their hands); Vv.64#9 (= Vv-a.278…

dhura →

pts

…Ja.iii.243 Vism.413

  • -bhatta a meal where a monk is invited as leader of other monks who likewise take part in it Ja.i.449 variant reading…

dhutatta →

pts

the state of being punctilious Vin.i.305 (of going naked).

Sk. *dhūtatvaṃ

dhuva →

pts

…(seat Vin.iv.274;

  • -bhatta a constant supply of food Vin.i.25 Vin.i.243; Vin.ii.15 (˚ika); Ja.i.449 (where the variant…

dhāreti →

pts

…DN.ii.19 (chattaṃ to hold a sunshade over a person); Pv-a.47 (id.); dehaṃ dh. to “wear,” i.e. to have a body Iti.50,…

dhātu →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.29;

  • -nānatta diversity of specific experience DN.iii.289; SN.ii.143; SN.iv.113 sq., SN.iv.284; *…

dhātuka →

pts

…Ja.v.197 (āvāṭa˚); Dhp-a.i.89 (anattamana˚).

dhūma →

pts

smoke, fumes Vin.i.204 (aroma of drugs) MN.i.220 (dh ˚ṃ kattā); AN.v.352 (id.); AN.ii.53; AN.iv.72 sq. AN.v.347 sq.; Ja.iii.401, Ja.iii.422 (tumhākaṃ dh-kāle at the time when you will end in smoke, i …

dhūmāyitatta →

pts

becoming like smoke, clouding over, obscuration SN.iii.124 (+ timirāyitattaṃ).

abstr. to dhūmāyati

dibba →

pts

…Kp-a.227; divibhāvaṃ devattabhāva-pariyāpanna Pv-a.14
■ See further e.g. SN.i.105; DN.iii.146; Snp.176, Snp.641; Dhp.236, Dhp.417;…

diva →

pts

-santatta heated for a whole day Ja.iv.118 (cp. divasa˚)

Sk. diva (nt.), weak base diṷ (div) of…

divasa →

pts

…(˚e = divā);

  • -santatta heated the livelong day SN.i.169; MN.i.453; AN.iv.70, cp. Vin.i.225; Mil.325; cp diva˚

Sk….

divi →

pts

…“divi-bhavattā dibbā ti” Kp-a.227; “divibhāvaṃ devattabhāvapariyāpanno ti dibbo” Pv-a.14.

diṭṭha →

pts

… ■ ˚abhinibbuta attained to Nibbāna in this birth AN.i.142; Snp.1087 (see Nibbāna) ˚nibbāna earthly N. DN.i.36; DN-a.i.121;…

diṭṭhi →

pts

…= prec DN.iii.253; -patta one who has formed (a right or wrong view DN.iii.105, DN.iii.254; MN.i.439; AN.i.74; AN.i.118,…

domanassa →

pts

…discrimination of that which gives distress of mind DN.iii.245;

  • -patta dejected, disappointed Ja.ii.155.

Sk….

dosa →

pts

…DN.iii.133, DN.iii.182; ajjhattaṃ AN.iii.357 sq.; its relation to kamma AN.i.134; AN.iii.338 AN.v.262; to ariyamagga SN.v.5, SN.v.8
■…

doṇa →

pts

…(mahāmatta) (a higher official) supervising the measuring of the doṇa-revenue (of rice) Ja.ii.367, Ja.ii.378, Ja.ii.381;…

du →

pts

…akkhāta, accaya, atikkama, atta adhiroha, anta, annaya, abhisambhava; āgata, ājāna āyuta, āsada; itthi; ukkhepa, ubbaha 2….

dukkha →

pts

…SN.iv.188; MN.i.341;

  • -patta being in pain Ja.vi.336;
  • -pareta afflicted by pain or misery SN.iii.93;…

dukkhatta →

pts

Err:509

dussa →

pts

Dussa1

neuter woven material, cloth, turban cloth; (upper) garment, clothes Vin.i.290 Vin.ii.128, Vin.ii.174; Vin.iv.159. DN.i.103; SN.v.71; MN.i.215; MN.ii.92; AN.v.347; Snp.679; Pv.i.10# …

dussitatta →

pts

Err:509

dvi →

pts

…Vin.i.4; Ja.i.81; -sattaratta twice seven nights, a fortnight [cp. Sk. dvisapta] Ja.vi.230
■ See also der. fr….

dvāra →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.273; -bhatta food scattered before the door Snp.286; -vātapāna a door-window…

dvīhitika →

pts

…dukkhena īhitaṃ ettha pavattatī ti) see Kern,

Toevoegselen

i.122
Note. Bdhgh’s expln is highly speculative, & leaves…

dāma →

pts

…Ja.iii.184; Ja.iv.91 rattapuppha˚ Ja.iii.30; sumana˚ Ja.iv.455.

Sk. dāman to dyati to bind (Gr. δίδημι), *dé, as in Gr….

dāna →

pts

…merit & importance is attached to the mahādāna the great gift, i.e. the great offering (of gifts to the Sangha), in character the…

dāpeti →

pts

Dāpeti1

to induce somebody to give, to order to be given, to deal out, send, grant, dedicate Ja.vi.485; Pv-a.46; aor dāpesi Ja.iv.138; Dhp-a.i.226, Dhp-a.i.393 (sent …

dāru →

pts

…Vin.iii.126;

  • -patta a wooden bowl Vin.ii.112, Vin.ii.143;
  • pattika one who uses a wooden bowl…

dātta →

pts

sickle, scythe Mil.33.

Sk. dātra, to , Sk. dāti, dyati to cut, divide, deal out; cp. Gr. δατέομαι, δαίομαι & see dāna, dāpeti dāyati

dāyaka →

pts

Dāyaka & Dāyikā

adjective & feminine giving, bestowing, distributing, providing (usually—˚); (n.) a donor, benefactor; a munificent person MN.i.236f. AN.i.26 AN.i.161 AN.ii.64 AN.ii.80 AN.iii.32 AN …

dāyati →

pts

to cut, mow, reap, caus. dāyāpeti to cause to be cut or mowed Dhp-a.iii.285.

Sk. dāti & dyāti; (dā) to cut, divide, etc.; cp. dayati, dātta, dāna

dāyikā →

pts

Dāyaka & Dāyikā

adjective & feminine giving, bestowing, distributing, providing (usually—˚); (n.) a donor, benefactor; a munificent person MN.i.236f. AN.i.26 AN.i.161 AN.ii.64 AN.ii.80 AN.iii.32 AN …

dīgha →

pts

…DN-a.i.131;

  • -rattaṃ (adv.) [Sk *dīrgharātraṃ, see Indexes to Avs; Divy & Lal. V. otherwise dīrgha-kālaṃ] a long time…

dīghatta →

pts

length AN.i.54.

Sk. dīrghatvaṃ

dīnatta →

pts

wretchedness, miserable state Sdhp.78.

Sk. *dīnatvaṃ

dīpa →

pts

…SN.iii.42 (atta˚ + attasaraṇa etc., not with S Index to dīpa1); SN.v.154, SN.v.162 (id.), SN.iv.315 (maṃ˚, not to…

dūratta →

pts

adjective reddish MN.i.36 (˚vaṇṇa).

du1 + ratta

ehi →

pts

…imaṃ dhamman ti evaṃ pavattaṃ ehi-passavidhaṃ arahatī ti“, DN.ii.217; DN.iii.5, DN.iii.227; SN.i.9; SN.iv.41, SN.iv.272 SN.v.343;…

eka →

pts

…AN.iii.216; Ja.i.91

  • -bhattakinī a woman true to one husband Ja.iii.63.
  • -rajja sole sovereignty Dhp.178; Pv-a.74. *…

ekaccika →

pts

adjective single, not doubled (of cloth, opp. to diguṇa) Ja.v.216 (˚vasana = eka-paṭṭa-nivattha).

fr. ekacca

ekatta →

pts

  1. unity DN.i.31.
  2. loneliness, solitude, separation Snp.718; Thag.49; Mil.162; Ja.vi.64; Vv-a.202 (= ekībhāva).

abstr. fr. eka

ekattatā →

pts

unity, combination, unification, concentration Ne.4, Ne.72 sq, Ne.107 sq.

fr. ekatta

ettaka →

pts

…+ ka, contrasting-comparative function, cp. tattaka

eva →

pts

…e. just one), Ja.ii.160 (attano e. his very own). 2. eva often appears with prothetic (sandhi-)y as yeva, most frequently…

gacchati →

pts

… ■ See also ga, gati, gatta.

  1. gā˚ in
    pret agā (Pv.ii.3#22),
    aor 3rd pl. agū (= Sk. ˚uḥ), in ajjhagū, anvagū (q.v.)

###…

gaddūhana →

pts

…MN.iii.127; SN.ii.264 (˚mattam pi, SA “pulling just once the cow’s teat”) AN.iv.395; Mil.110. See Trenckner P.M. 59, 60; Rh D. J.R.A.S.

gaha →

pts

…Cnd.487; Sdhp.375. -˚vatta a layman’s rule of conduct Snp.393 (= agāriyā paṭipadā Snp-a.376) -˚ka belonging to a layman; acting…

gahaṇa →

pts

…name) Ja.i.199, Ja.i.262 arahatta˚ Dhp-a.i.8; dussa˚ Dhp-a.ii.87; maccha˚ Ja.iv.139; hattha˚ Ja.i.294; byanjana˚-lakkhaṇa Ne.27…

gahita →

pts

…back, preventing to act (generously) Dhs-a.370 (in expln of aggahitattaṃ cittassa Dhs.1122 see under *ā*˚).

pp….

gamana →

pts

…AN.ii.48 sq. (gamanena na pattabbo lokass’ anto = one cannot walk to the end of the world); Dhp.178 (saggassa going to heaven); Snp.40, Snp.691,…

gamika →

pts

…only: Vin.i.292 (˚ bhatta food for outgoing bh.); Vin.ii.170 (āgantuka˚), Vin.ii.211, Vin.ii.265; Vin.v.196; Ja.vi.333 (āgantuka˚). See…

gandha →

pts

…& enum. in set of the 12 ajjhatta-bāhirāni āyatanāni (see under rūpa with ghānena gandhaṃ ghāyitvā “sensing smell by…

garahin →

pts

adjective blaming, censuring Snp.660 (ariya˚), Snp.778 (atta˚), Snp.913 (anatta˚); Mil.380 (pāpa˚).

garuka →

pts

…“heavy on,” bent on, attaching importance to: nahāna˚ fond of bathing Vin.i.196; tadattha engaged in (jhāna) Cnd.264; kamma˚ attributing…

gata →

pts

…Dhp-a.ii.135.

  • -atta (fr. attā) self-perfected, perfect DN.i.57 (expl by koṭippatta-citto DN-a.i.168); cp….

gatatta →

pts

  1. = Sk. gat-ātman (see prec.).
  2. = Sk. gatatvaṃ the fact of having gone Kp-a.183.

gati →

pts

…Snp.1001, or of a gihī arahattaṃ patto Mil.264, with ref. to the distinction of the child Gotama Ja.i.56
■ phassâyatanānaṃ gati…

gatimant →

pts

adjective of (perfect) behaviour, going right, clever (cp. gatatta under gata, & gati 3) MN.i.82.

gatta →

pts

the body, pl. gattāni the limbs. - As body: Vin.i.47; SN.i.169 = SN.i.183 (analla˚ with pure bodies; anallīna˚ at SN.i.169, but variant reading analla˚); AN.i.138; Snp.673 (samacchida˚ with bodies cu …

gaḷa →

pts

  1. a drop, i.e. a fall: see gaḷāgala.
  2. a swelling, a boil (= gaṇḍa Ja.iv.494 (mattā gajā bhinnagaḷā elephants in rut, with the temple-swellings broken; expl. p. Ja.iv.497 by madaṃ gaḷantā); Snp.61 …

gaṇaka →

pts

…amaccā as gaṇaka-mahāmatta = a ministerial treasurer) DN.iii.64, and in same context DN.iii.148 DN.iii.153, DN.iii.169, DN.iii.171,…

gaṇhati →

pts

…gahetvā caranto Ja.ii.317; satta bhikkhū gahetvā agamāsi Vv-a.149.

Caus. gaṇhāpeti to cause to be seized, to procure, to have taken:…

gaṇhāti →

pts

…gahetvā caranto Ja.ii.317; satta bhikkhū gahetvā agamāsi Vv-a.149.

Caus. gaṇhāpeti to cause to be seized, to procure, to have taken:…

gaṇṭhikā →

pts

…patta a bowl with 4 or 5 knots, similarly āṇi-gaṇṭhik’ āhata ayopatta Vism.108; but see…

gedha →

pts

…with craving and worldly attachment is often referred to. Kāmesu g˚ SN.i.73; Snp.152; AN.iii.312 sq. (gedho pañcann’ etaṃ…

gedhita →

pts

greedy, in gedhita-mano greedyminded Pv.ii.8#2; as nt. greed, in der. gedhifatta (syn of gedhikatā) Cnd.585.

pp. of gijjhati

ghamma →

pts

-abhitatta (ghammâbhitatta, overpowered by heat) MN.i.74; DN.ii.266; AN.iii.187 sq.; Snp.1014 (cp. Snp.353 ghammatatta); Mil.318; Vv-a.40;…

ghañña →

pts

adjective noun killing, destroying (-˚) see *atta*˚.

fr. Sk. ghana to han, cp. ghānya & hatya

ghaṭana →

pts

see Ghaṭṭana.

ghaṭṭa →

pts

see araghaṭṭa; meaning “rubbed, knocked against” in phrase ghaṭṭa-pāda-tala Snp-a.582 (for ugghaṭṭha) also at Vin.iv.46 in def. of vehāsa-kuṭī (a cell or hut with air, i.e., …

ghaṭṭana →

pts

  1. combining, putting together, combination, composition Ja.i.220; Pv-a.312, etc.
  2. striking, fig. insulting (ghaṭṭana = āsajjana) Vv-a.55. To meaning “strike” cp. saṃghaṭṭana.

Sk. ghaṭana, to *gr …

ghaṭṭeti →

pts

to strike, beat, knock against, touch; fig. to offend, mock, object to.

  1. lit. MN.ii.4 (jannukena; text reads ghatteti, variant reading ghaṭeti); Snp.48 (= saṃ˚ Cnd.233); Ja.i.218; Pv.iv.10#9 (= paṭ …

ghosita →

pts

…ghuṭṭha); Vv-a.31 (nakkhattaṃ). As Npl Ghositārāma Dhp-a.i.53, Dhp-a.i.161, Dhp-a.i.208. 2. [n. ag. = ghositṛ cp. ghosaka] one who…

ghota →

pts

is read at Ja.i.454, probably for ghaṭṭa; meaning is “striking, stroke,” combined with kasā, whip.

ghuṭṭha →

pts

…festival), Ja.i.425 (nakkhattaṃ); Ja.ii.248 (ussava); Pv.ii.8#2 (dūra˚ of wide renown, world-famed of Bārāṇasī); Dhp-a.iii.100…

ghātita →

pts

adjective killed, destroyed Thag-a.289; also in Der. ghātitatta (nt.) the fact of having killed Ja.i.167. Cp. ugghātita.

pp. of ghāteti

gilāna →

pts

…Vin.iv.115 Vin.iv.118; -bhatta food for the sick Vin.i.142 sq.; Vin.i.292 sq. Vin.i.303; Vism.66….

gimha →

pts

…Dpvs.i.55; Vism.231 (˚âbhitatta worn out by the heat); Sdhp.275 (˚kāle). In enumn w. other seasons: vasse hemante gimhe Cnd.631…

go →

pts

…of words Vv-a.258; -bhatta cows’ fodder Ja.iv.67; -maṇḍala ox-beat, ox-round, Cp.iii.15#1…

guhā →

pts

…Vin.iii.155; Vin.iv.48 (cp. sattapaṇṇi-guhā); Snp.772, Snp.958; Ja.ii.418; Ja.vi.574; Vv.50#16.

gutta →

pts

…danta, rakkhita) AN.iii.6 (atta˚ self-controlled); Snp.250 (sotesu gutto vijitindriyo), Snp.971 (id. + yatacārin); Dhp.36 (cittaṃ).

  1. as…

gutti →

pts

…gutti Dhp.375; Pp.24 (+ gopanā) Dhs.1348; Sdhp.341 (agutti); Vin.iv.305; AN.ii.72 (atta˚) also in pl.: guttīsu ussuka keen in the…

guḷikā →

pts

little ball SN.v.462 (satta-kolaṭṭhi-mattiyo guḷikā, pl.) Thig.498 (kolaṭṭhimatta g˚ balls of the size of a jujube) cp….

gāhaka →

pts

adjective f. gāhikā holding (-˚) chatta˚ Snp.688; Dāvs ii.119; katacchu˚ Pv-a.135; cāmarī˚ Ja.vi.218 Cp. saṃ˚.

gāhāpaka →

pts

one who is made to take up, a receiver Vin.ii.177 (patta˚).

fr. gāhāpeti

gāhāpeti →

pts

…Ja.iii.281; Dhp-a.i.62 (patta-cīvaraṃ) With double acc. mahājanaṃ kathaṃ g˚ made people believe your words Ja.ii.416; cetake kasā g….

gāma →

pts

…ca saddena nagarāni ti pi vattabbaṃ)

■ See also dvāra˚; paccanta˚ bīja˚; bhūta˚; mātu˚.

-anta the neighbourhood…

gārava →

pts

…Snp.265; Vism.464 (atta˚ & para˚). Expld Kp-a.144 by garubhāvo; often in combination with bahumāna Pv-a.135 (= pūjā),…

gāthā →

pts

…Pv-a.29, Pv-a.40;

  • -pada a half line of a gāthā Dhp.101; Kp-a.123;
  • -sukhattaṃ in order to have a well-sounding…

hanati →

pts

Hanati1 & hanti

  1. to strike, to thresh SN.iv.201; Ja.iv.102
  2. to kill DN.i.123; AN.iv.97 (asinā hanti attānaṃ); Snp.125; Dhp.405; maggaṃ˚; to slay travellers on the road Ja.i.274; Ja.ii …

haraṇa →

pts

…DN-a.i.71. kucchi˚; n. filling of the belly Ja.i.277 -bhatta a meal to take along Dhp-a.ii.144.

fr. hṛ.

harita →

pts

…of a pond); Vv.45#7 (˚patta, with green leaves, of a lotus) Ja.ii.110 (of wheat); Snp-a.277 (˚haṃsa yellow, i.e. golden swan). 2. green,…

haritatta →

pts

greenness Vin.i.96.

abstr. fr. harita

hata →

pts

…with dust Vin.i.32; hatatta (nt.) the state of being destroyed Dhp.390; hatāvakāsa who has cut off every occasion…

hattha →

pts

…or possession of, hatthappatta what one can put one’s hand on, i.e. “before his very eyes” Vin.i.15. As -hattha in hand, -handed; e.g….

hatthin →

pts

…trunk Dhp-a.i.164.

  • -vatta elephant habit Mnd.92.
  • -sālā elephant stable Vin.i.277; Vin.ii.194;…

hetu →

pts

…suitability for the attainment of Arahantship, one of the 8 conditions precedent to becoming a Buddha Bv.ii.59 = Ja.i.14, Ja.i.44. 3. logic…

hīna →

pts

…Snp.p.92; Pp.66; hīnāya vattati id. Ja.i.276 hīnāy’āvatta one who returns to the world MN.i.460, MN.i.462; SN.ii.50; SN.iv.103;…

iddha →

pts

…Ja.vi.517; Dāvs i.11 2. successful satisfactory, sufficient Vin.i.212 (bhattaṃ); Vin.iv.313 (ovādo).

pp. of ijjhati; cp. Sk. ṛddha

indriya →

pts

…& somanass˚;*) MN.i.437 (vemattatā), MN.i.453 (id.); MN.ii.11, MN.ii.106; MN.iii.296; SN.iii.225; SN.v.209 (dukkh˚, domanass˚) AN.i.39, AN.i.42…

iriyā →

pts

movement, posture, deportment MN.i.81; Snp.1038 (= cariyā vatti vihāro Cnd.148); Iti.31; Vism.145 (+ vutti pālana yapana).

-patha way of deportment; mode of movement; good behavi …

isi →

pts

…(= Bhagavā isi ca sattamo ca uttamaṭṭhena Snp-a.351); Vv.21#1 (= buddha-isinaṃ Vipassi-ādīnaṃ sattamo Vv-a.105). Isika…

issattha →

pts

…variant reading; T has issatta, C. explains by usu-sippaṃ K. S. p. 318); Snp.617 (˚ṃ upajīvati = āvudha jīvikaṃ Snp-a.466);…

issāyanā →

pts

Issāyanā & Issāyitatta

= issā Pp.19, Pp.23; Dhs.1121; Vism.470.

abstr. formations fr. issā

issāyitatta →

pts

Issāyanā & Issāyitatta

= issā Pp.19, Pp.23; Dhs.1121; Vism.470.

abstr. formations fr. issā

ito →

pts

…in or by this existence attabhāvaṃ sandhāy’ āha Snp-a.303), Snp.774 (cutāse), Snp.870 (˚nidāna), Snp.1062 (from this source, i.e….

ittara →

pts

…MN.i.318 (opp. dīgharattaṃ); AN.ii.187; Ja.i.393 Ja.iii.83 (˚dassana = khaṇika˚ C.), Ja.iv.112 (˚vāsa temporary abode); Pv.i.11#11…

ittha →

pts

…form“ (cp. itibhāva & itthatta Snp.729, Snp.740 = Snp.752; Iti.9 (variant reading itthi˚ for iti˚) = AN.ii.10 = Cnd.172#a; Iti.94 (variant…

itthatta →

pts

…of this word is icchatta Mvu.417

Itthatta2

neuter state or condition of femininity, womanhood, muliebrity Dhs.633…

itthi →

pts

…papāto akkhāto; pamattaṃ pamathenti); Ja.v.425 (sīho yathā… tath’ itthiyo); women as goods for sale SN.i.43 (bhaṇḍānaṃ…

itthī →

pts

…papāto akkhāto; pamattaṃ pamathenti); Ja.v.425 (sīho yathā… tath’ itthiyo); women as goods for sale SN.i.43 (bhaṇḍānaṃ…

iñjitatta →

pts

state of vacillation, wavering, motion SN.v.315 (kāyassa).

abstr. fr. iñjita nt.

iṇa →

pts

debt DN.i.71, DN.i.73; AN.iii.352; AN.v.324 (enumerated with baddha, jāni & kali); Snp.120; Ja.i.307; Ja.ii.388, Ja.ii.423; Ja.iii.66; Ja.iv.184 (iṇagga for nagga?) Ja.v.256; Ja.v.253 (where enumerate …

ja →

pts

…from. Freq. in compounds: atta˚, ito˚, eka˚, kuto˚, khandha˚, jala˚ daratha˚, dāru˚, di˚, puthuj˚, pubba˚, yoni˚, vāri˚ saha˚,…

jaha →

pts

…behind, giving up ‣See attaṁ˚, okaṁ˚, kappaṁ˚, raṇaṁ˚, sabbaṁ˚, etc (SN.i.52 Iti.58 Snp.790 Snp.1101 etc.);
duj˚;…

jambhati →

pts

…Vedic jehate, Dhtp.208 & Dhtm.298 define; jambh as “gatta-vināma,” i.e. bending the body

janapada →

pts

…security of the realm, in ˚patta, one who has attained a secure state of his realm, of a Cakkavattin DN.i.88; DN.ii.16; Snp.p.106; *…

jantu →

pts

…, Snp.1103; Cnd.249 (= satta, nara, puggala); Dhp.105, Dhp.176 Dhp.341, Dhp.395; Ja.i.202; Ja.ii.415; Ja.v.495; Pv.ii.9#49 (= sattanikāya,…

jappā →

pts

desire, lust, greed, attachment, hunger (cp. Nd ii.on taṇhā) SN.i.123 (bhava-lobha˚) Snp.1033; Cnd.250; Ne.12; Dhs.279, Dhs.1059.

to jappati

jarā →

pts

…sq., AN.iii.71 sq.;

  • -patta old Ja.iii.394 Ja.iv.403;
  • -bhaya fear of old age AN.i.179; AN.ii.121; *…

javana →

pts

…AN.i.45; ˚paññattaṃ SN.v.413. 2. The twelfth stage in the function (kicca) of an act of perception (or…

jhatta →

pts

set on fire, consumed, dried up (w. hunger or thirst: parched combined w. chāta Ja.ii.83; Ja.vi.347.

pp. of jhāpeti; cp. ñatta → *jñāpayati

jhāmaka →

pts

Name of a plant Ja.vi.537; also in -bhatta (?) Ja.ii.288.

jhāpeti →

pts

…(+ vadhitvā); also jhatvāna Ja.iv.57 (= hantvā)
pp jhatta & jhāpita.

Caus. of jhāyati2

jita →

pts

conquered, subdued, mastered: (nt.) victory. jitā me pāpakā dhammā Vin.i.8; Dhp.40, Dhp.104 (attā jitaṃ seyyo for attā jito seyyo see Dhp-a.ii.228), Vism.105, Vism.179; Vv.64#27 (jitindriya one whose …

jitatta →

pts

mastery, conquest Vv-a.284.

n. abstr. of jita

jiṇṇa →

pts

…andhagata vayo-anupatta Cnd.261; jarājiṇṇatāya jiṇṇa DN-a.i.283
■ Vin.ii.189; DN.i.114; MN.ii.48 sq., MN.ii.66;…

joti →

pts

…(adj.) attaining to light or glory SN.i.93; AN.ii.85; DN.iii.233; Pp.51;

jāgariyā →

pts

…guttadvāro bhojane mattaññū jāgariyaṃ anuyutto“ (anuyuñjati: to apply oneself to or being devoted to vigilance), e.g. SN.ii.218;…

jānana →

pts

…Dhp-a.ii.73 (˚sabhāva ñatta); DN-a.i.86 (akkhara˚); Vism.391 (˚atthāya in order to know), Vism.436 (= pajānana). Cp. ājānana….

jānāti →

pts

to know.

I. Forms

The 2 Vedic roots jān˚ & jñā˚; are represented in Pali by jān˚ & ñā˚ (ña˚)

  1. jān:
    pres jānāti
    pot jāneyya (Snp.781) & jaññā (AN.iv.366 …

jāta →

pts

…bhayaṃ); jātena maccena kattabbaṃ kusalaṃ bahuṃ Dhp.53 = Mil.333; yakkhinī jātâsi (born a G. Ja.vi.337; rukkho j. Ja.i.222; latā…

jātatta →

pts

the fact of being born or of having grown or arisen Vism.250; Dhp-a.i.241.

abstr. fr. jāta

jāti →

pts

…sattanaṃ tamhi tamhi satta-nikāye jāti sañjāti okkanti abhinibbatti khandhānaṃ pātubhāvo āyataṇānaṃ paṭilābho DN.ii.305 =…

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 …

kabaliṅkāra →

pts

adjective always in combination with āhāra, food “made into a ball,” i.e. eatable, material food, as one of the 4 kinds of food (see stock phrase k˚ āhāro oḷāriko vā sukhumo vā… at …

kadalī →

pts

…and leaves Mhbv.169;

  • -patta a pl. leaf used as an improvised plate to eat from Ja.v.4; Dhp-a.i.59; *…

kakkhalatta →

pts

hardness, roughness, harshness Vin.ii.86; Vb.82; Vism.365; cp. Mvu.i.166 kakkhaṭatva.

kakkhaḷa →

pts

…kharagataṃ kakkhaḷattaṃ kakkhaḷabhāvo); Vism.349 (= thaddha), Vism.591, Vism.592 (˚lakkhaṇa); Dhp-a.ii.95; Dhp-a.iv.104;…

kakudha →

pts

…uṇhīsa, khagga, chatta, pādukā: the fan, diadem, sword canopy, slippers
■ pañcavidha-k˚ Pv-a.74.

cp. Sk. kakuda, and kaku above

kalyāṇa →

pts

…Thag.821 (+ kañcanasannibhattaca);

  • -dhamma 1 of virtuous character, of good conduct, virtuous Vin.i.73; Vin.iii.133;…

kalāya →

pts

…larger than a kidney bean (mugga and smaller than the kernel of the jujube (kolaṭṭhi).

  • -matta of the size of a…

kambala →

pts

…freq. preceded by ratta (e.g. DN-a.i.40. Cp. also ambara2 and ambala), which shows that it was commonly dyed…

kamma →

pts

…cp. Vv-a.14; yatth’ assa attabhāvo nibbattati tattha taṃ k˚ṃ vipaccati “wherever a man comes to be born, there ripens his action…

kammaniya →

pts

…k˚ ṭhita ānejjappatta DN.i.76, etc. = MN.i.22 Pp.68; SN.iii.232; SN.v.92, SN.v.233; AN.i.9; Dhp-a.i.289; Bdhd 101, explained at…

kammanta →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.42 (kammantā nappavattanti, no business proceeds all occupations are at a standstill); anākula Snp.262 = Kp.v.5; abbhantarā k˚…

kammanīya →

pts

…k˚ ṭhita ānejjappatta DN.i.76, etc. = MN.i.22 Pp.68; SN.iii.232; SN.v.92, SN.v.233; AN.i.9; Dhp-a.i.289; Bdhd 101, explained at…

kammañña →

pts

…k˚ ṭhita ānejjappatta DN.i.76, etc. = MN.i.22 Pp.68; SN.iii.232; SN.v.92, SN.v.233; AN.i.9; Dhp-a.i.289; Bdhd 101, explained at…

kammaññatā →

pts

…in connection with kammaññattaṃ k˚bhāvo k˚mudutā: Dhs.46 Dhs.47 = Dhs.326 = Dhs.641 = Dhs.730; cp. Dhs.585; similar Bdhd 16, Bdhd 20 Bdhd…

kanaka →

pts

gold, usually as uttatta˚; molten gold; said of the colour of the skin Bv.i.59; Pv.iii.3#2; Ja.v.416; Pv-a.10 suvaṇṇa).

*…

kandati →

pts

to cry, wail, weep, lament, bewail Dhp.371; Vv.83#12 Ja.vi.166; Mil.11, Mil.148; freq. of Petas: Pv-a.43, Pv-a.160 Pv-a.262 (cp. rodati)
■ In kāmaguṇā pass. urattāḷiṃ k MN.i.86 = Cnd. s.v.; AN.ii …

kanha →

pts

…black trail of fire in -vattanin (cp. Vedic kṛṣṇa-vartaniṃ agniṃ R.V. viii.23, 19) SN.i.69 = Ja.iii.140 (cp. Ja.iii.9); Ja.v.63. 4….

kaniṭṭhatta →

pts

the more recent and therefore lower, less developed state (of sanctification) Dhp-a.i.152.

kanta →

pts

…Sk. kṛtta. kanta is analogyform. after pres. kantati, regularly we should expect katta. See also avakanta. It may be simply…

kappa →

pts

…the Asuras Ja.i.202; -nibbatta originated at the beginning of the k. (appl. to the flames of purgatory) Ja.v.272…

karavīra →

pts

…(see kaṇṭha) 2. a kind of grass Ja.iv.92. -patta a kind of arrow MN.i.429.

cp. Sk. karavīra

karaṇa →

pts

…Pv-a.66 kattabba˚ (= kattabbattaṃ) “what is to be done, i.e. duty Pv-a.30; pūjā˚ veneration Pv-a.30. sakkāra reverence, devotion…

karaṇīya →

pts

…left to perform (for the attainment of Arahantship, a sekha Ja.iii.23 3. (nt.)

  1. what ought to be done, duty, obligation affairs, business…

karuṇā →

pts

…of a human being who has attained enfranchisement of heart (ceto-vimutti) in the 4 sentiments viz. mettā k.˚ upekhā muditā Freq. found in…

karuṇāyati →

pts

…Vism.314. Der. -āyanā compassionateness Vb.87 = Vb.273 (and -āyitattaṃ ibid.).

v. den. fr. karuṇā; cp. BSk. karuṇāyati…

kasiṇa →

pts

…(bhāvanā, jhāna) may be attained. They are fully described at AN.v.46 sq., AN.v.60; usually enumerated as ten [sāvakā dasa k˚-āyatanāni…

kasāva →

pts

…flawless in akasāvattaṃ being without defect AN.i.112 (of a wheel with

  • -sa˚; ibid.);
  • -sa˚; faulty Dhp-a.i.82; *…

kasāya →

pts

…flawless in akasāvattaṃ being without defect AN.i.112 (of a wheel with

  • -sa˚; ibid.);
  • -sa˚; faulty Dhp-a.i.82; *…

kasāyatta →

pts

astringency Mil.56.

abstr. fr. kasāya

kata →

pts

…his meal Dāvs i.59; -bhatta-kicca after the meal Ja.iv.123; Pv-a.93; -purebhatta-kicca having finished the duties of the morning…

katama →

pts

…DN.i.197 (katamo so atta-paṭilābho?); Ja.i.97; Snp.995; Mil.51
■ instr katamena (scil. maggena) adv. by which way, how Mil.57,…

katatta →

pts

the doing of, performance of, only in abl. katattā DN.ii.213; AN.i.56; Ja.iii.128; Dhs.431, Dhs.654; Snp-a.356; Dhp-a.iii.154 Dhp-a.iv.142. Used adverbially in meaning of “owing to, on account of …

kathaṃ →

pts

…vesārajjappatta) DN.i.110 = Vin.i.12; tiṇṇa˚ (+ visalla) Snp.17 Snp.86, Snp.367. k-k-salla “the arrow of doubt”…

kathā →

pts

…AN.v.192; Snp.325 pavattanī k. AN.i.151; yutta kathāyaṃ Snp.826; sammodanīyā k. in salutation formula s˚ṃ k˚ṃ sāraṇīyaṃ…

kati →

pts

…having overcome how many attachments), SN.i.70; Snp.83, Snp.960, Snp.1018; Pts.ii.72; Mil.78; Dhp-a.i.7, Dhp-a.i.188; Pv-a.74.

interr….

katikā →

pts

katika˚; e.g. -vatta observance of an agreement, ˚ṃ karoti to be faithful to a pact Dhp.i.8; ˚ṃ bhindati to break an agreement…

katta →

pts

is represented in Pali by kanta2; katta being found only in cpd. pari˚.

pp. of kantati2; cp. Sk. kṛtta

kattabba →

pts

…not to be done Ja.v.402 kattabb’ ākattabba to be done and not to be done Ja.i.387. kattabba-yuttaka 1 (adj.) fit or proper to be done…

kattabbaka →

pts

task, duty Thag.330.

fr. last

kattabbatā →

pts

fitness, duty, that which is to be done Ja.ii.179 (iti-˚āya because I had to do it thus).

fr. kattabba

kattar →

pts

…a-decl.) cp. also nom. ˚katta for ˚kattā in salla-katta. 4. as t.t.g. Name of the instr. case Vv-a.97; Kacc.136, Kacc.143, Kacc.277.

n. ag….

kattara →

pts

…= Dhp-a.i.174 (˚e pakkhipitvā sankāra-kūṭe chaḍḍehi). Kattari & i

cp. Sk. kṛtvan (?), in diff. meaning

kattari →

pts

Kattari & ˚ī

feminine scissors, shears Ja.iii.298, with ref. to the “shears” of a crab, “as with scissors”: cp Vin. Texts iii.138 (see…

kattarikā →

pts

scissors, or a knife Vin.ii.134; Ja.i.223.

fr. last

kattarī →

pts

Kattari & ˚ī

feminine scissors, shears Ja.iii.298, with ref. to the “shears” of a crab, “as with scissors”: cp Vin. Texts iii.138 (see…

kattikā →

pts

…Vinaya passages & cp. nakkhatta
■ Ne.143 (kattiko variant reading kattikā).

  • -cātumāsinī see above Vin.iii.263. *…

kattu →

pts

…desire to do or to perform Vism.466; Vv-a.43 2. base of kattar in compound.

katāvin →

pts

…be done), used like katakicca to denote one who has attained Arahantship SN.i.14; Mil.264.

secondary formation fr. kata

kañcana →

pts

…or coronet Ja.vi.217.

kaṅgu →

pts

…m. meal Ja.vi.581.

  • -bhatta a dish of (boiled) millet meal Vism.418 (in simile).

derivation unknown, prob. non-Aryan, cp….

kaṅka →

pts

…to sound-root kn̊, cp. kinkiṇī & see note on…

kaṅkhā →

pts

…= kankhāyanā & kankhāyitatta Cnd1; Dhs.425 (under vicikicchā). 3 doubts enumerated at DN.iii.217; DN.iii.4 in passages with vimati (see…

kaṅkhāyanā →

pts

+ kaṅkhāyitatta (nt.) doubting and hesitation, doubtfulness, Cnd.1; Dhs.425, Dhs.1004, Dhs.1118; Dhs-a.259.

kaṇājaka →

pts

…at Vv-a Index p. 364 expl. as “a certain weight”(?)).

  • -bhatta a meal of k. porridge Ja.v.230.

kaṇḍu →

pts

… ■ (fig.) worldly attachment irritation caused by the lusts, in “kaṇḍuṃ saṃhanti (as result of jhāna) AN.iv.437.

*…

kaṇṇa →

pts

-patta the lobe of the ear Ja.v.463 As ˚panta at Thag-a.211.

  • -pāli = ˚patta Thig.259…

kaṇṭaka →

pts

…As abstr kaṇṭakattaṃ hindrance at Vism.269 (sadda˚)
akaṇṭaka 1 free from thorns Ja.ii.118; Ja.v.260. 2 (fig. free…

kaṇṭha →

pts

…round, e.g. kuṇapaṃ k āsattaṃ AN.iv.377; kuṇapaṃ k. baddhaṃ Ja.i.5; k. mālā Ja.i.166, Ja.i.192; k. bandhanti vaḍḍhanaṃ…

kaṭacchu →

pts

…meal contrasted with public feeding (salāka-bhatta) Dhp-a.i.379.

  • -matta (bhatta “only a spoonful of rice”…

kaṭukatta →

pts

pungency, acidity, bitterness Mil.56, Mil.63.

kaṭukañcukatā →

pts

…kadariyaṃ k. aggahitattaṃ cittassa“ in macchariya -passage at Cnd.614 = Dhs.1122 = Pp.19, Pp.23 = Vb.357,…

kedāra →

pts

an irrigated field, prepared for ploughing, arable land in its first stage of cultivation: kedāre pāyetvā karissāma “we shall till the fields after watering them” Ja.i.215; as square-shaped (i.e. mar …

kevalin →

pts

adjective one who is fully accomplished, an Arahant; often with mahesi and uttamapurisa Defn sabbaguṇa-paripuṇṇa sabba-yoga-visaṃyutta Snp-a.153
■ ye suvimuttā t …

kevaṭṭa →

pts

fisherman DN.i.45 (in simile of dakkho k˚) AN.iii.31 = AN.iii.342, cp. AN.iv.91; Ud.24 sq.; Ja.i.210; Dhp-a.ii.132; Dhp-a.iv.41; Pv-a.178 (-gāma, in which to be reborn, is punishment, fishermen …

keḷi →

pts

…it may be taken as “attachment, lust, desire,” or “selfishness, deceit” (cp. kerāṭika & kilissati), or “unsettledness,…

keḷāyana →

pts

playfulness, unsettledness Vism.134 (opp. majjhatta), Vism.317.

fr. keḷāyati, cp. kelanā & keḷi

khadira →

pts

…˚wood Dhp-a.iii.206; -patta a bowl made of a ˚wood Ja.v.389; -vana a forest of acacias Ja.ii.162;…

khala →

pts

…a threshing-floor Vism.123; Dhp-a.i.266 (˚matta, as large as…).

cp. Sk. khala

khama →

pts

adjective (a) patient, forgiving. (b) enduring, bearing, hardened to (frost & heat, e.g.), fit for.

  1. kh. belongs to the lovable attributes of a bhikkhu (kh. rūpānaṃ, saddānaṃ, etc.; indulgent as re …

khandha →

pts

…na kiñci attānaṃ vā attaniyaṃ vā pañcasu upādānakkhandhesu SN.iii.128; rogato, etc.… manasikātabbā pañc˚ SN.iii.167; pañcasu…

khandhaka →

pts

…of…“); in cpd. -vatta, i.e. duties or observances specified in the v. khandha or chapter of the Vinaya which deals with these duties…

khanti →

pts

…acaṇḍikkaṃ anasuropo attamanatā cittassa Most frequent combinations: with mettā (love (see below);…

khantī →

pts

…acaṇḍikkaṃ anasuropo attamanatā cittassa Most frequent combinations: with mettā (love (see below);…

kharatta →

pts

roughness AN.i.54; Pv-a.90 (in expln of pharusa).

fr. khara

khata →

pts

Khata1

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 himsel …

khatta →

pts

…mātāpitaro pi māretvā attano va attho kāmetabbo ti “even at the expense of killing father and mother is wealth to be desired for…

khattar →

pts

attendant, companion, charioteer, the king’s minister and adviser (Lat. satelles “satellite” has been compared for etym.) DN.i.112 (= DN-a.i.280, kh˚ vuccati pucchita-pucchita-pañhaṃ vyākaraṇa-sam …

khattiya →

pts

…prince (of the Tathāgata: buddha˚, kh˚) Dhp-a.i.5.

der. fr. khatta = kṣatra “having possessions”; Sk. kṣatriya

khaya →

pts

…idh’ eva khayaṃ attano Snp.626 = Dhp.402; khayaṃ virāgaṃ amataṃ paṇītaṃ Snp.225-In exegesis of rūpassa aniccatā:…

khaṇa →

pts

…rebirth, fruit of action attainment of Arahantship, presence on earth of a Buddha, etc., in compounds: cuti-kkhaṇo Bdhd 106; paṭisandhi˚…

khaṇati →

pts

  1. to dig (? better “destroy”; cp. Kern

    Toevoegselen

    s. v.), dig out uproot Dhp.247, Dhp.337; Snp.p.101; Ja.ii.295; Ja.iv.371, Ja.iv.373 Sdhp.394. Also khanati & cp.; *[ …

khaṇikatta →

pts

evanescence, momentariness Vism.301.

fr. khaṇika

khema →

pts

…the Serene Snp.809;

  • -ppatta having attained tranquillity (= abhayappatta, vesārajjappatta) MN.i.72 = AN.ii.9.

Vedic kṣema to kṣi, cp….

khepita →

pts

…waste, annihilated, khepitatta (nt.) the fact of being destroyed destruction, annihilation, Dhp-a.ii.163 (kilesavaṭṭassa kh.).

pp. of…

khetta →

pts

…the successful attainment of a field of (merit) Pv-a.198; Vv-a.102; see Vv-a.30, Vv-a.32 on the three sampattis, viz. khetta˚,…

khila →

pts

…with anāsava Snp.212; with akankha Snp.477, Snp.1059; with vivattacchada Snp.1147; cp. vigatakhila Snp.19.

cp. Sk. khila

khitta →

pts

…to his genealogy: yāva sattamā pitāmahāyugā akkhitto DN.i.113 = Snp.p.115, etc. Cp. vi˚.

  • -citta one whose mind is…

khādita →

pts

… ■ Der. khāditatta (nt.) the fact of being eaten Ja.i.176.

  • -ṭṭhāna the eating place, place of…

khāraka →

pts

adjective sharp or dry, said of the buds of the Pāricchattaka AN.iv.117 sq.

fr. khāra

khīra →

pts

…gigantea MN.i.429;

  • -matta having had his fill of milk, happy (of a babe) SN.i.108;
  • -mūla the price…

khīṇa →

pts

…itthattāya,“ denoting the attainment of Arahantship (See arahant ii, formula A) Vin.i.35; DN.i.84, DN.i.177, DN.i.203; MN.ii.39; Snp.p.16; Pp.61…

khīṇatta →

pts

DN-a.i.225 & khīṇatā (f.) Dhp-a.iv.228, the fact of being destroyed.

kicca →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.5
■ kattabbak˚-karaṇa “the performance of incumbent duties Pv-a.30; idaṃ me kiccaṃ akāsi “he has done me this…

kiccha →

pts

-patta fallen into misery Pv.iii.5#4 (= Pv-a.199 dukkhappatta)

  • -vuttin living in misery, poor…

kila →

pts

Kira & Kila

adverb

  1. emphatic: really, truly, surely. (Gr. δή)
  2. presumptive (with pres. or fut.) I should think one would expect.
  3. narrative (with aor.): now, then, you know (Gr. δδε, Lat. at, …

kilañjā →

pts

…as a screen (combined with chatta, fan) Pv-a.127; as faggots: Ja.i.158; Mil.287; as a crate or basket, used by distillers: MN.i.228 MN.i.374…

kilesa →

pts

Kilesa & klesa

stain, soil, impurity, fig. affliction; in a moral sense, depravity, lust. Its occurrence in the Piṭakas is rare; in later works, very frequent, where it is approx. tantamount to our t …

kiliṭṭha →

pts

…soiled, stained, impure; of gatta, limbs Ja.i.129; of cīvara, cloak Bdhd 92; of vattha clothes Dhp-a.ii.261; of pāvāra-puppha, mango blossom…

kinnara →

pts

…Thag-a.255), Ja.ii.121 (matta-kinnarī viya), Ja.ii.230, Ja.iv.432 sq. Cp. kimpurisa.

kiṃ + nara, lit. what-man, see…

kira →

pts

Kira & Kila

adverb

  1. emphatic: really, truly, surely. (Gr. δή)
  2. presumptive (with pres. or fut.) I should think one would expect.
  3. narrative (with aor.): now, then, you know (Gr. δδε, Lat. at, …

kitava →

pts

…taken from fowling kitavāya attabhāvaṃ paṭicchādeti “he hides himself by means of a pretence” (behind sham branches).

= kaṭavā? cp….

kitavā →

pts

…taken from fowling kitavāya attabhāvaṃ paṭicchādeti “he hides himself by means of a pretence” (behind sham branches).

= kaṭavā? cp….

kitti →

pts

…to the religious perfection attained by a samaṇa); Snp.185 (in the same sense) Vv-a.68 (bāhira˚-bhāva becoming known outside) yaso kitti…

kittī →

pts

…to the religious perfection attained by a samaṇa); Snp.185 (in the same sense) Vv-a.68 (bāhira˚-bhāva becoming known outside) yaso kitti…

kiñcana →

pts

…kāme akiñcano “not attached to kāma” as epithet of a khīṇāsava AN.v.232 sq. = AN.v.253 sq. Often combined with anādāna: Dhp.421;…

kiñcikkha →

pts

…yaṃ vā taṃ vā appamattakaṃ Snp.121; Snp.131; Pp-a 210 (iii.4). āmisa-kiñcikkha-hetu “for the sake of a little gain” AN.i.128 =…

kiṃ →

pts

…utrum-an): kim imasmiṃ attabhāve pitaraṃ pucchasi udāhu atīte? “do you enquire about your father in this existence, or in a past one?…

kiṭaka →

pts

only at Pv.i.92,4, of clothes which are changed into missā kiṭakā, which is expl. at Pv-a.44 by kiṭakasadisāni lohapaṭṭasadisāni bhavanti “they become like (hot) copper plates.”

doubtful

klesa →

pts

Kilesa & klesa

stain, soil, impurity, fig. affliction; in a moral sense, depravity, lust. Its occurrence in the Piṭakas is rare; in later works, very frequent, where it is approx. tantamount to our t …

kokāsika →

pts

the red lotus in -jāta “like the red lotus,” said of the flower of the Pāricchattaka tree AN.iv.118.

kolaṭṭhi →

pts

the kernel of the jujube, only in cpd. -mattiyo (pl.) SN.i.150 = AN.v.170 = Snp.p.125 (with kolamattiyo) and -mattā Thig.498 = Thag-a.289; Dhp-a.i.319.

kontīmant →

pts

at Ja.vi.454 is explained by camma-kāra, thus “worker in leather (-shields or armour),” with der. fr konta (“satthitāya kontāya likhattā…”), but reading and meaning are uncertain.

kovida →

pts

adjective one who is in the possession of right wisdom, with ref. either to dhamma, magga, or ariyasaccāni, closely related to medhāvin and paṇḍita SN.i.146, …

koviḷāra →

pts

…in the devaloka (pāricchattaka koviḷāra: k-blossom called p. Vv-a.174) AN.iv.117 sq.; Snp.44; Ja.iv.29; Vv.38#1 Dhp-a.i.270.

*…

koḷikā →

pts

…size Thig.395 (expl. at Thag-a.259; akkhidalesu nibbattanakā pīḷikā vuccati).

koṭi →

pts

…nibbāna. Cnd.436;

  • -ppatta = prec Cnd.436; as “extreme” Ja.i.67.
  • -simbalī Name of a tree (in Avīci)…

koṭṭhaka →

pts

…over the gate: gharaṃ satta-dvāra-koṭṭhakapaṭimaṇḍitaṃ “a mansion adorned with seven gateways” Ja.i.227 = Ja.i.230,…

ku →

pts

…Bdhd 125; gamanena na pattabbo lokass’ anto k˚ “by walking, the end of the world can never be reached” SN.i.62. 3. Kuva, kva, where?…

kuhanā →

pts

…(fr. kuhanā) and kuhitattaṃ (fr. kuheti) to be found at Vism.26.

  • -vatthūni (pl.) cases or opportunities of deceit, three of which…

kuhilikā →

pts

kuhali flowers Attanugaluvaṃsa 216.

kujjhana →

pts

…Pp-a.215 (˚bhāva). Kujjhanā (f.) anger, irritation together with kujjhitattaṃ in defn of kodha Dhs.1060 Pp.18, Pp.22.

fr….

kukkuccāyati →

pts

to feel remorse, to worry AN.i.85; Pp.26. Der. are kukkuccāyanā and ˚āyitatta = kukkucca in def. at Dhs.1160 = Cnd. s.v.

denom. fr. kukkucca

kukkuṭa →

pts

…hen’s egg Vism.261.

  • -patta the wing of a cock AN.iv.47.
  • -potaka a chicken, in simile MN.i.104 =…

kulla →

pts

…belonging to the family Ja.iv.34 (˚vatta family custom).

fr. kula, Sk. kaula & kaulya, *kulya

kumbha →

pts

…a pot can hold Ja.v.46; -matta of the size of a pot, in kumbhamattarahassangā mahodarā yakkhā, explanation. of kumbhaṇḍā…

kumuda →

pts

…Ja.i.223;

  • -patta (-vaṇṇa) (having the colour of) white lotus petals Ja.i.58 (Ep. of sindhavā steeds); *…

kupita →

pts

…Often combined with anattamana “angry and displeased” Vin.ii.189; DN.i.3, DN.i.90 (= DN-a.i.255 kuddha)

■ As…

kuravaka →

pts

Name of a tree, in ratta˚ Ja.i.39 (= bimbijāla the red Amaranth tree).

= Sk. kuraṇṭaka Halāyudha, cp. kuraṇḍaka

kusalatā →

pts

…offence; samāpatti˚ in the Attainments dhātu˚ in the Elements; manasikāra˚ proficiency in attention; āyatana˚ skill in the spheres;…

kusumbha →

pts

the safflower, Carthamus tinctorius, used for dying red Ja.v.211 (˚rattavattha); Ja.vi.264 (do) Khus Ja.iv.2.

kutta →

pts

“being made up.”

  1. Work. The beginning of things was the work of Brahmā. The use of kutta implies that the work was so easy as to be nearer play than work, and to have been carried out in a mood of …

kuṇḍaka →

pts

… ■ sakuṇḍaka (-bhatta) (a meal) with husk powder-cake Ja.v.383.

  • -aṅgārapūva pancake of rice powder Dhp-a.iii.324 *…

kuṇḍala →

pts

…ṭhitattā tassa kuṇḍalabhūtaṃ) Cp. also rajju˚ a rope as belt Vv-a.212
■ kuṇḍalavatta turning, twisting round DN.ii.18 (of the…

kuṭṭhita →

pts

…SN.iv.289 (variant reading kikita); molten (of tamba, cp. uttatta) Pgdp.33. See also kathati kuthati, ukkaṭṭhita &…

kāca →

pts

…red crystal Ja.vi.268 (= rattamaṇi)

  • -maya made of crystal, crystalline Vin.i.190; Vin.ii.112.

Der. unknown. The word…

kāka →

pts

…See also peyya.

  • -bhatta “a crow’s meal,” i.e. remnants left from a meal thrown out for the crows Ja.ii.149; *…

kāla →

pts

…use of kāla see under *bhatta*˚, yañña˚ vappa˚.

  • -antara interval, period: kālantarena in a little…

kāma →

pts

…pleasures Ja.v.67; -matta intoxicated with sensuous pleasures Ja.vi.231; -mucchā sensual stupor or…

kāra →

pts

…kārena akattha tena k˚ pavattamānaṃ phalaṃ “as you have done so will be the fruit Pv-a.45.

  1. (-˚)
    1. the production or application…

kātabba →

pts

adjective noun (grd. of karoti) that which ought to, can or must be done (see karoti) Ja.i.264, etc. Also as kattabba Pv-a.30.

kāveyya →

pts

…= AN.iii.107.

  • -matta intoxicated with poetry, musing, dreaming SN.i.110, SN.i.196.

grd. fr. kāvyate fr. kavi poet…

kāya →

pts

…passituṃ AN.ii.61; as nānatta˚ and ekatta˚ at AN.iv.39 = Cnd.570. The relation between rūpa-kāya (= cātumahābhūtika), and…

kāḷa →

pts

…use of kāla see under *bhatta*˚, yañña˚ vappa˚.

  • -antara interval, period: kālantarena in a little…

kīḷanā →

pts

playing, sport, amusement Ne.18; Pv-a.67; Dhp-a.iii.461 (nakkhatta˚ celebration).

fr. same

kīḷati →

pts

…c. acc. to celebrate nakkhattaṃ Ja.i.50; Vv-a.63; Pv-a.73; Thag-a.137 chaṇaṃ Dhp-a.iii.100
pp kīḷita….

kīḷā →

pts

…Dhp-a.iv.3; nakkhatta-kīḷaṃ kīḷati to celebrate a festival (i.e. the full moon when standing in a certain Nakkhatta) Vv-a.109,…

kūpa →

pts

…also in na loma-kūpamattaṃ pi not even a hairroot Ja.i.31; Ja.iii.55; vacca˚; = gūtha˚ Vin.ii.141, Vin.ii.222. As a tank or a well:…

kūṭa →

pts

…gaṇhanto Ja.i.114; arahattaphalena k. gaṇhiṃ Thag-a.99.

  • -aṅga the shoulder Vv.15#8 (= Vv-a.123).
  • -āgāra

labbhamanatta →

pts

the fact of being taken Pv-a.56.

abstr. fr. ppr. med. of labhati

laddhi →

pts

…p. 47) Ja.i.142 (Devadattassa), Ja.i.425, Ja.iii.487; Ja.v.411; Dāvs ii.86 (dulladdhi wrong view) DN-a.i.117; Pv-a.254; Sdhp.65. Cp….

lagga →

pts

adjective sticking; stuck, attached; obstructed, hindered Cnd.107; Mil.346 (laggaṃ disvā mahiṃ); Dhs-a.127 (alagga-bhāva); Dhp-a.i.361…

lahu →

pts

…MN.i.437, MN.i.473; DN.i.204; Ud.15; Mil.14. [Cp. BSk. laghūtthānatā Divy.156.]

lakkhaṇa →

pts

…world are anicca, dukkha, anatta, or impermanence, suffering unreality: thus at Ja.i.48 (dhamma-desanā ti-l-˚muttā) Ja.i.275; Ja.iii.377…

lakkhika →

pts

pāpa wicked Vin.ii.192 (of Devadatta).

fr. lakkhī

lakkhiya →

pts

pāpa wicked Vin.ii.192 (of Devadatta).

fr. lakkhī

lakuṇṭaka →

pts

dwarf Mhvs.23, Mhvs.50 (˚sarīratta); Vb-a.26 (˚pāda-purisa, cpd. with arūpa); Pp-a 227; C. on SN.i.237.

dialectical

lakuṇṭakatta →

pts

dwarfishness Ja.vi.337.

fr. lakuṇṭaka

laṅghati →

pts

  1. to jump over (acc.) step over, to hop Ja.iii.272; Ja.v.472 (langhamāno yāti); Mil.85.
  2. to make light of, disregard neglect, transgress Pv-a.15; Vv-a.138
    ■ Cp. abhilaṅghati, ullaṅghati

c …

lepa →

pts

…which sticks, affection, attachment, etc., in taṇhā˚ the stain of craving, & diṭṭhi˚; of speculation Mnd.55 Cnd.271#iii
■…

lesa →

pts

…linga˚, āpatti˚, patta˚, cīvara˚, upajjhāya˚ ācariya˚, senāsana˚); Ja.ii.11; Ja.vi.402
lesa-kappa pretext Vin.ii.166;…

likkhā →

pts

…of measure Vb-a.343 (36 rattareṇus equal to one likkhā 7 likkhās equal to 1 ūkā); Kp-a.43 (˚matta).

*Sk. likṣā egg of a louse, as…

lobha →

pts

…vā lubbhati, lubbhana-mattam eva vā taṃ,“ with several comparisons following. Often found in triad of lobha, dosa, moha (greed, anger…

loha →

pts

…= loha), Pv-a.221 (tatta-loha-secanaṃ pouring out of boiling metal, one of the five ordeals in Niraya).

*…

lohita →

pts

…Vv.52#2 (cp. Vv-a.224: ratta-nayanā; yakkhānaṃ hi nettāni ati-lohitāni honti); Ja.vi.180.

loka →

pts

…at Mnd.60 is given as: sak’attabhāva, saka-rūpa-vedanā etc., ajjhatt āyatanāni, manussa-loka, kāmadhātu; with which is contrasted *paro…

loluppa →

pts

…Vism.61; & with exegetical synonyms; loluppāyanā & loluppāyitattaṃ at Dhs.1059 Dhs.1136.

abstr. fr. lolupa

lubbhana →

pts

…e.g. at Dhs.32 (where also the enlarged abstr. formation lubbhitatta) & Vism.465, Vism.468 (lubbhana-mattaṃ lobha).

fr. lubh

lujjana →

pts

breaking up, crumbling away, dissolution Dhs-a.47 (in etym. of loka = lujjana-palujjan’ aṭṭhena vaṭṭaṃ), Dhs-a.308 (id.); Vism.427 (id.).

fr. lujjati; a word peculiar to Pali dogmatics

lumpati →

pts

to break, harm, injure; to attack plunder; with a strong touch of affection (sympathy or desire) lubh in it [cp. lup: Gr. λύπη; ruj: roga],…

luḷita →

pts

…SN.v.123 = AN.iii.233; (udapatta āvila l.); DN.ii.128 = Ud.83 (udakaṃ parittaṃ luḷitaṃ āvilaṃ) Ja.vi.63; Mnd.488 (āvila +); Mil.35,…

lākhā →

pts

-rasa essence of lac, used for dyeing; lac-colouring Ja.v.215 (˚ratta-succhavi); Ja.vi.269 (id.); Kp-a.62, Kp-a.63…

lālapana →

pts

…Vb-a.104;…

lālappana →

pts

…Vb-a.104;…

lāpa →

pts

Lāpa1

talk: see compounds abhi˚, pa˚, sal˚.

fr. lap

Lāpa2

a sort of quail, Perdix chinensis SN.v.146 = Ja.ii.59. As lāpaka-sakuṇa also at Ja.ii.59-Another name for quai …

līnatta →

pts

…only in phrase cetaso līnattaṃ immobility of mind SN.v.64 SN.v.103; AN.i.3 = AN.iv.32; AN.v.145 sq.; Ne.86, Ne.108; Vb-a.272 (= cittassa…

līyitatta →

pts

Err:509

lūkhasa →

pts

adjective rough, harsh; miserable, selfmortifying Snp.244 (= nīrasa atta-kilamath’ ânuyutta Snp-a.287).

fr. lūkha

maccha →

pts

…AN.iii.301; Vism.379

  • -bhatta food for fishes, devoured by fishes Ja.v.75
  • -vālaka a garment made in a particular fashion…

macchariya →

pts

…“idaṃ acchariyaṃ mayhaṃ eva hotu, mā aññassa acchariyaṃ hotū ti pavattattā macchariyan ti vuccati” (from the Purāṇas).

cp….

maccharāyanā →

pts

Maccharāyitatta (nt.) the condition of selfishness, both expressions in defn of macchariya at Dhs.1122; Pp.19,…

macchera →

pts

…“idaṃ acchariyaṃ mayhaṃ eva hotu, mā aññassa acchariyaṃ hotū ti pavattattā macchariyan ti vuccati” (from the Purāṇas).

cp….

mada →

pts

…by majjanā majjitattaṃ māno… uṇṇati… dhajo sampaggāho ketukamyatā cittassa: same formula, as concluding exegesis of…

madhuratta →

pts

sweetness Mhvs.2, Mhvs.13.

abstr. fr. madhura

magga →

pts

…of the Path“ (i.e. the attainment of the foundation or first step of Arahantship) is identical with…

maghā →

pts

Name of a nakkhatta, in cpd. -deva Snp-a.352 (cp. MN.ii.74, n. 6, where spelling Makkādeva; we also find Makhadeva at Śatapatha-brāhmaṇa…

mahant →

pts

…(pl. ˚ī).

  • -matta [cp. Sk. mahāmātra] a king’s chief minister, alias Prime Minister, “who was the highest…

mahantatā →

pts

greatness Dhp-a.ii.62. At MN.iii.24 the spelling is mahattatā (tt misread for nt?) at MN.i.184 however mahantatta (nt.).

fr. mahant˚

mahatta →

pts

…Ja.v.331 (= seṭṭhatta C.); Vism.132, Vism.232 sq.; Vb-a.278 (Satthu˚, jāti˚, sabrahmacārī˚); DN-a.i.35; Vv-a.191.

fr. mahat˚…

majjati →

pts

…aor. majji in cpd. pamajji Mhvs.17, Mhvs.15
pp matta.

mad, Sk. mādyati; Vedic…

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 …

majjhattatā →

pts

…of upekkhā with syn. passaddhatā); Vb.230; Vism.134; Vb-a.285 (satta˚ & sankhāra˚), Vb-a.317 (def.); Dhs-a.133.

abstr. from…

makkha →

pts

…makkhāyanā makkhāyitattaṃ niṭṭhuriya-kammaṃ, i.e. hardness, mercilessness); Dhp.150, Dhp.407; Ja.v.141; Vb.357, Vb.380, Vb.389;…

makkhāyanā →

pts

Makkhāyitatta (nt.) the fact of concealment, hypocrisy: in exegesis of makkha at Cnd.484; Pp.18, Pp.22.

abstr. fr. makkha

mallaka →

pts

  1. a bowl, a vessel (?) used in bathing Vin.ii.106 (mallakena nahāyati; or is it a kind of scrubber? Bdhgh’s expln of this passage (CV v. i.4) on p. 315 is not quite clear mallakaṃ nāma *ma …

mama →

pts

…unselfish Snp.220 (= mamatta-virahita Snp-a.276); Pv.iv.1#34 (= mamankāra-virahita Pv-a.230) Ja.iv.372; Ja.vi.259. See also…

mamatta →

pts

…conceit, pride in (-˚), attachment to (-˚). Snp.806, Snp.871 Snp.951; Thag.717; Mnd.49 (two: taṇhā & diṭṭhi˚); Cnd.499 (id. but as…

mamaṅkāra →

pts

selfish attachment, self-interest, selfishness Pv-a.230 In canonic books only in combination with ahaṅkāra mān’ ānusaya; (belief in an ego…

mamma →

pts

soft spot of the body, a vital spot (in the Vedas chiefly between the ribs near the heart), joint. A popular etym. and expln of the word is given at Expos. 132n3 (on Dhs-a.100 …

mamāyati →

pts

to be attached to, to be fond of, to cherish, tend, foster, love MN.i.260; SN.iii.190; Thag.1150; Snp.922 (mamāyetha); Mnd.125 (Bhagavantaṃ);…

mamāyita →

pts

cherished, beloved; as n. nt. attachment, fondness of, pride
■ (adj. or pp. SN.ii.94 (etaṃ ajjhositaṃ, m., parāmaṭṭhaṃ); Snp.119;…

mana(s) →

pts

…Dhs.72; Vism.341. -satta “with mind attached,” Name of certain gods, among whom are reborn those who died with minds…

manatā →

pts

mentality Dhs-a.143 (in expln of attamanatā).

abstr. fr. mano

mandatta →

pts

stupidity MN.i.520; Pp.69.

fr. manda

mano →

pts

…Dhs.72; Vism.341. -satta “with mind attached,” Name of certain gods, among whom are reborn those who died with minds…

manta →

pts

…ulloki, tato ākāsato satta-ratana-vassaṃ vassati) Others are: paṭhavī-jaya m. (by means of which one conquers the earth) Ja.ii.243;…

manuja →

pts

…as “manussa” & “satta”).

  • -ādhipa lord of men Mhvs.19, Mhvs.32.
  • -inda king of men great king Snp.553;…

manussa →

pts

-attabhāva human existence Pv-a.71, Pv-a.87, Pv-a.122.

manussatta →

pts

human existence, state of men Iti.19; Vv.34#16; Snp-a.48, Snp-a.51; Sdhp.17 sq.

abstr. fr, manussa

maraṇa →

pts

…sattānaṃ tamhā tamhā satta-nikāyā cuti cavanatā bhedo antaradhānaṃ maccu maraṇaṃ kālakiriyā, khandhānaṃ bhedo, kaḷebarassa…

masāraka →

pts

kind of couch (mañca) or longchair; enumerated under the 4 kinds of mañcā at Vin.iv.40-See also Vin.ii.149; Vin.iv.357 (where explained as: mañcapāde vijjhitvā tattha aṭṭaniyo pavesetvā kato: made by …

mataka →

pts

…to be dead).

  • -bhatta a meal for the dead, food offered to the manes Ja.iv.151; Dhp-a.i.326 (= petakicca p. 328);…

matta →

pts

…with variant reading ˚patta for ˚matta); Vv-a.158 (hatthi matto elephant in rut) Dhp-a.iv.24 (id.); Pv-a.47 (surā˚), Pv-a.86…

mattaka →

pts

…(appa˚ ora˚, sīla˚); Ja.iv.228 (mana˚); Dhp-a.iv.178 (pitumattakaṃ gahetvā).

fr. matta1

mattatta →

pts

(the fact of) consisting of, or being only… Pv-a.199 (maṃsa-pesi˚).

abstr. fr. matta

matthaka →

pts

…nisinna C.; gloss matta-kāsin i.e. wildly in love, explained by kāma-mada-matta). The reading is not clear. *…

mattā →

pts

… ■ In cpds shortened to matta˚.

  • -aṭṭhiya (mattaṭṭhiya = ˚atthika) desirous of moderation, moderate Thag.922.
  • -ññu

mañjarita →

pts

adjective with (full-grown) pedicles, i.e. in open flower Mil.308 (˚patta in full bloom).

fr. mañjari

mañjūsā →

pts

casket; used for keeping important documents in Ja.ii.36 (suvaṇṇapaṭṭaṃ mañjūsāya nikkhipāpesi); Ja.iv.335 (suvaṇṇapaṭṭaṃ sāra-mañjūsāyaṃ ṭhapetvā kālam akāsi).

cp. Epic Sk. mañjūṣā

maññitatta →

pts

self-conceit, pride Dhs.1116; Dhs-a.372.

fr. maññita

maṅgala →

pts

adjective auspicious prosperous, lucky, festive Mnd.87, Mnd.88; Kp-a.118 sq. Snp-a.273, Snp-a.595; Sdhp.551
■ nt. maṅgalaṃ good omen auspices, festivity Snp.258; Vin.ii.129; Pv-a.17. A curious …

maṭāhaka →

pts

adjective short (?) Vin.ii.138 (ati˚ = atikhuddaka C.). Matta & Mattha;

doubtful spelling & meaning

maṭṭa →

pts

Maṭṭa & Maṭṭha

wiped, polished, clean, pure

  1. maṭṭa: DN.ii.133 (yugaṃ maṭṭaṃ dhāraṇīyaṃ: “pair of robes of burnished cloth of gold and ready for wear” trsl.); Vism.258 (variant r …

maṭṭha →

pts

Maṭṭa & Maṭṭha

wiped, polished, clean, pure

  1. maṭṭa: DN.ii.133 (yugaṃ maṭṭaṃ dhāraṇīyaṃ: “pair of robes of burnished cloth of gold and ready for wear” trsl.); Vism.258 (variant r …

metteyyattā →

pts

is occasional spelling for matteyyatā (q.v.), in analogy to petteyyatā; e.g. Cnd.294.

mettā →

pts

…mettāyanā mettāyitattaṃ* anudā anudāyana anudāyitattaṃ hitesitā anukampā abyāpādo… kusalamūlaṃ“ at Mnd.488 & Dhs.1056…

mettāyanā →

pts

Mettāyitatta (nt.): see defn of mettā. Metti & Metti

abstr. formations fr. mettā

meṇḍaka →

pts

…“from hell to heaven” (Ja.vi.354) can answer it except the Bodhisatta. Cp. Trenckner’s remark Mil.422.

fr. meṇḍa

micchatta →

pts

…the contrary to the sammatta or righteousness of the Ariyan Path. These 8 at DN.ii.353; DN.iii.254; AN.ii.221; AN.iv.237;…

milāyati →

pts

…weak spot; also Gr. βληξρός weak
■ Dhtp.440: “milā = gatta-vimāne” (i.e. from the bent limbs); Dhtm.679 id.

missa →

pts

…at Vv-a.280 as “ratta-mālādīhi missita-kesavaṭṭī”). The m. missa-kesa occurs as a term for ascetics (with muṇḍa) at…

missaka →

pts

…âdhyāya) Mil.178 -bhatta = ˚āhāra Snp-a.97; Mhbv.27. 2. (m.) an attendant follower; f. missikā Dhp-a.i.211 (Sāmāvati˚). 3….

missakatta →

pts

mixing, mixture, combination with (-˚) Tikp.291.

abstr. fr. missaka

mitta →

pts

…SN.i.37
■ Opp. sapatta enemy Pv-a.13; amitta a sham friend or enemy Snp.561 (= paccatthika…

moha →

pts

…vā muyhati, muyhana-mattaṃ eva vā tan ti moho“ and “cittassa andha-bhāva-lakkhaṇo, aññāṇalakkhaṇo vā” at Vism.468 …

mohatta →

pts

infatuation, bewilderment AN.ii.120; AN.iii.376.

abstr. fr. moha

mokkhacika →

pts

…(so read!)-bhāvena parivattana-kīḷanaṃ“; i.e. trapeze-performing. Cp Dial. i.10 & Vin. Texts ii.184). The list re-occurs at…

momūhatta →

pts

silliness, foolishness, bewilderment of the mind MN.i.520; AN.iii.119, AN.iii.191, AN.iii.219 (= mandatta); Pp.69.

abstr. fr. momūha

mucchañcikatā →

pts

…(cal) is chambhitatta “paralysis,” explained as “sakalasarīra calanaṃ” at DN-a.i.50
■ The…

muddha →

pts

…(me, or no, or te) sattadhā phaleyya as an oath or exclamn of desecration or warning “(your) head shall split into 7…

muditā →

pts

soft-heartedness, kindliness sympathy. Often in triad mettā (“active love” Snp-a.128), karuṇā (“preventive love,” ibid.), muditā (“disinter …

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 …

muhutta →

pts

…of a child): rāsi, nakkhatta, tithi, m.; and from defn at Cnd.516 by “khaṇaṃ, layaṃ, vassaṃ, atthaṃ.” Usually in…

mukha →

pts

  1. the mouth Snp.608, Snp.1022 (with ref. to the long tongue, pahūta-jivha, of the Buddha or Mahāpurisa) Ja.ii.7; DN-a.i.287 (uttāna˚ clear mouthed, i.e. easy to understand, cp. DN.i.116); Pv-a.11, …

muni →

pts

…by the Buddha to any man attaining perfection in self-restraint and insight. So the word is capable of many-sided application and occurs…

mutta →

pts

…Vin.iii.97 = Vin.iv.27 (catta, vanta, m.) AN.iii.50 (catta +). Cp. vi˚. 3. unsystematised. Comp. 9, 137 (vīthi˚).

*…

muñcati →

pts

…set free DN.i.148 (satta usabhasatāni muñcāpeti); Pv-a.43 (yoggāni muñcitvā). 4. to let go, emit, send forth (light) Ja.v.289…

muṇḍa →

pts

…mountain Ja.i.303 (Hatthimatta) Vv-a.302 (variant reading for T. muṇḍika-pabbata).

muṇḍatta →

pts

the fact of being shaven or shorn Pv-a.106.

abstr. fr. muṇḍa

māla FIXME double →

pts

Māḷa & Māla

a sort of pavilion, a hall DN.i.2 (maṇḍala˚, same at Snp.p.104, which passage Snp-a.447 explains as “savitānaṃ maṇḍapaṃ”); Vin.i.140 (aṭṭa, māla, pāsāda explained at Vin.iii.201. In the …

mālā →

pts

…to be executed. Cp. ratta-māla-dhara wearing a red garland Ja.iii.179, an ensign of the executioner); Pv-a.51 Pv-a.62
■…

māna →

pts

…2.

  • -satta cleaving to conceit Snp.473.
  • -salla the sting or dart of pride Mnd.59 (one…

mānasa →

pts

…heart) Pv-a.68; soka-santatta˚ with a heart burning with grief Pv-a.38.

a secondary formation fr. manas = mano, already Vedic lit….

mānatta →

pts

sort of penance, attached to the commission of a sanghādisesa offence Dhs-a.399 (+ parivāsa). -ṃ deti to inflict penance on somebody…

māra →

pts

…Adhipati, Antaka, Namuci, Pamattabandhu* at Mnd.489 = Cnd.507; the two last ones also at Mnd.455. The usual standing epithet is pāpimā “the…

māratta →

pts

state of, or existence as a Māra god, Māraship Vb.337.

*Māra-tvaṃ

mārāpitatta →

pts

being incited to kill Dhp-a.i.141.

abstr. fr. mārāpita

māsa →

pts

…DN-a.i.83; Pv-a.96; satta˚; Pv-a.20 dasa˚; Pv-a.63; aḍḍha˚; a fortnight Vin.iv.117
■ On māsa (& f.;…

māsaka →

pts

…(pañca-māsakamattaṃ a sum of 5 m.); Pv-a.282 (m + aḍḍha˚ half-pennies & farthings, as children’s pocket-money).

fr….

māsika →

pts

dve˚; two months old Pv.i.6#7. 3. monthly, i.e. once a month Thag.283 (bhatta)

■ Cp. māsiya.

fr. māsa1

mātar →

pts

-mattin (see matta1 4) whatever is a mother SN.iv.110 (˚īsu mātucittaṃ upaṭṭhapeti foster the…

mātikā →

pts

…ito ca udakaṃ haritvā attano sassa-kammaṃ sampādenti“); Vv-a.301 2. tabulation, register, tabulated summary, condensed contents, esp….

māyā →

pts

  1. deceptive appearance fraud, deceit, hypocrisy Snp.245, Snp.328 (˚kata deceit), Snp.469, Snp.537, Snp.786, Snp.941 (: māyā vuccati vañcanikā cariyā Mnd.422); Vb.357, Vb.361, Vb.389; Mil.289; Vism.10 …

māḷa FIXME double →

pts

Māḷa & Māla

a sort of pavilion, a hall DN.i.2 (maṇḍala˚, same at Snp.p.104, which passage Snp-a.447 explains as “savitānaṃ maṇḍapaṃ”); Vin.i.140 (aṭṭa, māla, pāsāda explained at Vin.iii.201. In the …

māḷaka FIXME double →

pts

…stand, viz. for alms-bowl (patta˚) Vin.ii.114, or for drinking vessel (pānīya˚ Ja.vi.85.

a Non-Aryan word, although the Dhtm.395 gives roots…

mūla →

pts

…foot bottom Vin.ii.269 (patta˚); Pv-a.73 (pāda˚), Pv-a.76 (id.) rukkha˚; foot of a tree: see under rukkha for…

mūlika →

pts

rukkha, where also -mūlikatta.

fr. mūla

naddha →

pts

…put on Ja.i.175 (rathavarattaṃ); Bv.i.31 (camma˚, of a drum); Mhvs.vii.16 (˚pañcāyudha) Mil.117 (yuga˚); Dhs-a.131. Cp. onaddha, vi˚,…

naggatta →

pts

Err:509

nahāpita →

pts

…n. ag. with a- theme instead of ar-, cp. sallakatta for sallakattar

nakha →

pts

nail of finger or toe, a claw Vin.ii.133; Snp.610 (na angulīhi nakhehi vā); Ja.v.489 (pañcanakhā sattā five-nailed or-toed beings); Kp ii. = Mil.26, cp. taca (pañcatacakaṃ); Kp-a.43; Vv-a.7 (dasa\ …

nakkhatta →

pts

…an end Ja.i.433
nakkhatta (sg.) a constellation Snp.927; collect. the stars Vv.81#1 (cando parivārito). nakkhattāni

nandhi →

pts

…nandi) a strap, thong Ja.i.175 (rathassa cammañ ca nandiñ ca); Snp.622 = Dhp.398 (+ varatta) Snp-a.400; Dhp-a.i.44, Dhp-a.iv.160.

Sk….

nandi →

pts

…Cp. ā˚.

  • -(y)āvatta “turning auspiciously” (i.e. turning to the right: see dakkhiṇāvatta), auspicious, good Ne.2 Ne.4, Ne.7,…

natta →

pts

…reading BB and Cnd rattamahaṃ).

Sk. nakta, see nakkhatta

nattar →

pts

grandson Ja.i.60 (nattu, gen.), Ja.i.88; Ud.91 Ud.92; Pv-a.17 (nattu-dhītā great-grand-daughter), Pv-a.25 (nattā nom.).

Sk. naptṛ, analogy-formation after mātṛ etc. from Ved. napāt; cp. Lat. ne …

nava →

pts

…9 stories high more freq. satta˚, 7) Ja.i.58; nava-hiraññakoṭīhi (w. 9 koṭis of gold) Vv-a.188; nava yojana Dhp-a.ii.65. 2….

naya →

pts

…e.g. ˚ādinaya-pavatta dealing with this & the following Vv-a.2;… ti ādinā nayena thus & similarly, & so forth Ja.i.81; Pv-a.30 …

nerayika →

pts

…suffering in purgatory (n. satta = inhabitant of n. Vin.ii.205 (āpāyiko n. kappaṭṭho); Vin.iv.7; DN.iii.6, DN.iii.9, DN.iii.12; AN.i.265;…

netthar →

pts

only in phrase netthāraṃ vattati to behave in such a way as to get rid of blame or fault Vin.ii.5; Vin.iii.183; MN.i.442
■ Bdhgh on Vin.ii.5…

ni →

pts

…˚sad (sit d.); (b) ni-ratta (at-tached to) ˚mant (speak to); ˚yuj (ap-point), ˚ved (ad-dress), ˚sev (be devoted to) etc.; (c)…

nibaddha →

pts

…stable, sure Ja.iv.134 (bhattavetana); Mil.398 (a˚ unstable, ˚sayana). At DN-a.i.243 two kinds of cārikā (wanderings,…

nibandha →

pts

binding, bond; attachment, continuance, continuity SN.ii.17; Vv-a.259 Vv-a.260 (perseverance). acc. nibandhaṃ (often misspelt for…

nibandhati →

pts

…(anibandhanīya unable to be applied, not binding); Ja.i.201 (yāgubhattaṃ). 3. to press, urge, importune Ja.iii.277.

ni + bandhati

nibbatta →

pts

…nirvṛtta, nis + vaṭṭa, pp. of nibbattati

nibbattaka →

pts

adjective producing, yielding Pv-a.26 (phala ˚ṃ kusalakammaṃ), Pv-a.126 (= sukha˚ = sukhāvaha).

cp. nibbatta

nibbattana →

pts

…gods), Pv-a.9, Pv-a.67 etc.

abstr. fr. nibbattati

nibbattanaka →

pts

…of rebirth Ja.iii.304 (sagge).

fr. nibbattana

nibbattati →

pts

…Ja.i.221; Pv-a.14 (Avīcimhi), Pv-a.67 (petesu), Pv-a.73 (amaccakule)
pp nibbatta (q.v.). Caus….

nibbatteti →

pts

… ■ Cp. abhi˚.

nis + vatteti, Caus. of nibbattati

nibbattāpana →

pts

reproduction Mil.97.

fr. nibbattāpeti, see nibbatteti

nibbidā →

pts

…& conditional states for the attainment of Nibbāna (see nibbāna II B 1) & occurs frequently together with; *virāga, vimutti…

nibbiṇṇa →

pts

…Ja.vi.62; Thig.478 (= viratta Thag-a.286); Dhp-a.i.85 (˚hadaya); Vv-a.207 (˚rūpa) Pv-a.159 (tattha-vāsena n-mānaso tired of living…

nibbusitattā →

pts

(nibbusitattan?) a dislocated or disconcerted mind, unrest uneasiness DN.i.17.

Sk. *nir-vasit-ātman or *nirvasitatvaṃ (nt. abstr.), to…

nibbuta →

pts

… ■ In other connections: attadaṇḍesu n. sādānesu anādāno SN.i.236; Dhp.406 = Snp.630; aññāya nibbutā dhīrā SN.i.24; tadangan…

nibbāna →

pts

…Ud.80;

  • -patta having attained N. (diṭṭha-dhamma˚, see above III. 5) SN.ii.18 = SN.ii.114 SN.iii.163; *…

nicca →

pts

…(cp. DN-a.i.302);

  • -bhatta a continuous food-supply (for the bhikkhus) Ja.i.178; Vv-a.92; Pv-a.54 *…

niccatta →

pts

Err:509

niccharati →

pts

…utter, give out DN.i.53 (anattamanavācam a˚ not utter a word of discontent); Ja.iii.127 Ja.v.416 (madhurassaraṃ); Pp.33; Mil.259 (garahaṃ)…

nicchāta →

pts

… ■ Explained at Pts.ii.243 by nekkhammena kāmacchandato n.; arahattamaggena sabbakilesehi n. muccati.

Sk. *niḥpsāta, nis +…

niddāna →

pts

cutting off, mowing, destroying Snp.78 (= chedana lunana uppāṭana Snp-a.148) = SN.i.172; K.S. i.319, cp. niḍḍāyati.

Sk. *nirdāna, nis + dāna of dayati2, Sk. dāti, cp. dātta

nigacchati →

pts

…(dukkhaṃ = vindati, paṭilabhati Dhp-a.ii.50), Dhp.137; Cnd.199#4 (maraṇaṃ + maraṇamattam pi dukkhaṃ) Pv.iv.7#7 (pret….

nighaṇḍu →

pts

an explained word or a word expln, vocabulary, gloss, usually in ster. formula marking the accomplishments of a learned Brahmin “sanighaṇḍu-keṭubhānaṃ… padako” (see detail under keṭubha) …

nijjhatta →

pts

adjective satisfied, pacified, appeased Ja.vi.414 (= khamāpita Com.); Vv.63#19 (= nijjhāpita Vv-a.265) Mil.209. See also paṭi˚

pp. of nijjhāpeti, *Sk. nidhyapta or nidhyāpita

nijjhatti →

pts

…MN.i.320; AN.iv.223; Pts.ii.171, Pts.ii.176; Mil.210.

abstr. to nijjhatta, cp. BSk. nidhyapti, formation like P. ñatti → Sk. jñapti

nijjhāpeti →

pts

…Ja.iv.108; Ja.iv.414, Ja.iv.495; Ja.vi.516; Mil.264; Vv-a.265 (nijjhāpita = nijjhatta).

Sk. nidhāyayati, ni + jhāpeti, Caus. to…

niketa →

pts

…of…,“ i.e. belonging or attached to i.e. a follower of, one who is devoted to.) ; not living in company, having no house Snp.207; Mil.244…

nikhīṇa →

pts

adjective having or being lost Ja.vi.499 (˚patta without wings, deprived of its wings).

nis + khīṇa

nikkaruṇa →

pts

adjective without compassion, heartless Snp.244 (= sattānaṃ anatthakāma); Sdhp.508.

nis + karuṇa, adj. of karuṇā

nikkhipati →

pts

…to put away Vin.i.46 (patta-cīvaraṃ) AN.i.206 (daṇḍaṃ to discard the weapon; see daṇḍa) Mhvs.14, Mhvs.10…

nikkujjati →

pts

…Vin.ii.113; AN.iv.344 (pattaṃ). pp. nikkujjita.

for nikujjati (q.v.) through analogy with opp. ukkujjati. Etym….

nikujjati →

pts

to be bent down on, i.e. to attach importance to, to lay weight on DN.i.53 (as vv.ll. to be preferred to text reading nikkujj˚ cp. nikujja);…

nikāya →

pts

…AN.iv.461; Pv-a.136; satta˚; the world of beings, the animate creation, a class of living beings SN.ii.2, SN.ii.42, SN.ii.44; MN.i.49…

nikūṭa →

pts

corner, top, climax Ja.i.278 (arahatta˚, where usually arahattena kūṭaṃ etc.) DN-a.i.307 (id.).

ni + kūṭa to kūṭa2

nimmātar →

pts

maker, builder, creator DN.i.18, DN.i.56 (in formula: brahmā… kattā nimmātā…).

Sk. nirmātṛ, n. ag. of nimmināti

ninna →

pts

…adv. downward: ninnaṃ pavattati to flow downward MN.i.117; Pv.i.5#7; ninnagata running down Mil.259 (udaka); ninnaga Dāvs iv.28. 3. (nt.) low…

ninnata →

pts

adjective bent down, bent upon, in ninnatattā (fem. abstr.) aim, purpose (?) Dhs-a.39 (is the reading correct?).

ni + nata

nipacca-vādin →

pts

Nipacca-vādin

adjective speaking hurtfully Snp.217 (= dāyakaṃ nipātetvā appiyavacanāni vattā Snp-a.272).

nipacca, ger. of nipāteti + vādin

nippatta →

pts

…at Dhs.1035 is to be read as nibbatta.

nis + patta

nipphāṇitatta →

pts

state of being free from sugar or molasses Ja.iii.409.

nis + phāṇita + tva

nirassati →

pts

…read for nidassati, variant reading SS nir˚), Mnd.444; Snp-a.522
pp niratta2.

cp. Sk. nirasyati, nis + assati, as to throw

nirata →

pts

adjective fond of, attached to (-˚) SN.i.133; DN-a.i.250; Pv-a.5 (duccarita˚), Pv-a.89, Pv-a.161 (hitakaraṇa˚).

pp. of niramati

niratta →

pts

…*nirātman, nis + attan

Niratta2

adjective rejected, thrown off, given up Snp.1098; Cnd.359. Note. At Snp.787, Snp.858,…

niraya →

pts

…Vism.392;

BSk. niraya, nis + aya of i = to go…

nirodha →

pts

…attainment of annihilation Pts.i.97, Pts.i.100; Mil.300 Vism.702.

BSk. nirodha, to nirundhati, cp. nirujjhati &…

nirupadhi →

pts

…free from passions or attachment, desireless controlled Vin.ii.156; SN.i.194 (vippamutta +), SN.iv.158; AN.i.80, AN.i.138 (sītibhūta +);…

nirāsattin →

pts

…Mnd.221.

adj. to pp. āsatta1 with…

nisaṭṭha →

pts

…given up, spent, lost Thig.484 (variant reading ˚ss˚); Thag-a.286 (= pariccatta). Cp nisajjeti & nisagga.; Nisada & Nisada

nis +…

nissarati →

pts

to depart, escape from, be freed from (c. abl.) AN.i.260 (yasmā atthi loke nissaraṇaṃ tasmā sattā lokamhā nissaranti)
pp nissaṭa, grd nissaraṇīya (q.v.) …

nissatta →

pts

…pp. xxxiii.& 26.

Sk. *niḥsattva, nis + satta

nissaṅga →

pts

adjective unattached, unobstructed, disinterested, unselfish Sdhp.371, Sdhp.398, Sdhp.411 etc.; Tikp.10 f. abstr. -tā disinterestedness…

nissita →

pts

…dependent on, inhabiting; attached to, supported by, living by means of, relying on, being founded or rooted in, bent on As-˚ often in sense of…

nissitatta →

pts

dependence on, i.e. interference by, being too near, nearness Vism.118 (pantha˚). Cp san˚.

fr. nissita

nitthāra →

pts

…acquittance, in -ṃ vattati to be acquitted, to get off scot-free MN.i.442 (variant reading netth˚, which is the usual form). See…

nivatta →

pts

…(˚bīja) Ja.i.203 Vv-a.72

pp. of nivattati

nivattana →

pts

…Ja.ii.158; Ja.iv.256; Ja.v.162.

fr. nivattati

nivattanīya →

pts

adjective only neg. ; not liable to return, not returning Dhp-a.i.63.

grd. formation fr. nivattana

nivattati →

pts

…pp. nivatta (q.v.)
caus 1 nivatteti to lead back, to turn from, to make go back, to convert…

nivedeti →

pts

to communicate, make known, tell, report, announce Ja.i.60, Ja.i.307; Pv-a.53, Pv-a.66 (attānaṃ reveal oneself); Dāvs v.42.

ni + vedeti, Caus. of vid.

nivesana →

pts

…f.: Cnd.366 settling on, attachment, clinging to (in diṭṭhi˚ clinging to a view = dogmatism cp. nivissa-vādin) Snp.1055 (nandi + ; =…

niveseti →

pts

to cause to enter, to establish; to found, build, fix, settle; (fig.) to establish in, exhort to (c. loc.), plead for, entreat, admonish DN.i.206; SN.v.189; Dhp.158, Dhp.282 (attānaṃ); Iti.78 (brahmac …

niviṭṭha →

pts

…devoted to (loc. Snp.57 (= satta allīna etc. Cnd.364), Snp.756, Snp.774, Snp.781 (ruciyā), Snp.824 (saccesu), Snp.892; Mnd.38, Mnd.65, Mnd.162;…

nivāseti →

pts

…nivāsetvā patta-* cīvaram ādāya…,“ describing the setting out on his round of the bhikkhu; e.g. DN.i.109, DN.i.178,…

nivāta →

pts

…MN.i.125; Snp.265 (= nīcavattana Kp-a.144); Ja.vi.252; Pv.iv.7#12. Cp. Mhvs.ii.423. Freq. in cpd. nivātavutti (id.) AN.iii.43; Snp.326 (=…

niyata →

pts

…(= ariyamaggena niyāmappatta Snp-a.124, cp. Cnd.357); Dhp.142 (= catumagga niyamena n. Dhp-a.iii.83); Ja.i.44 (bodhiyā); Pp.13, Pp.16 Pp.63;…

niyyatta →

pts

escape Ja.i.215.

cp. Sk. niryaṇa

niyyānika →

pts

adjective leading out (of saṃsāra), leading to salvation, salutary, sanctifying, saving profitable DN.i.235, DN.i.237; SN.i.220; SN.v.82, SN.v.166, SN.v.255, SN.v.379 sq. Ja.i.48 (a˚), Ja.i.106; Dhs.2 …

niyāma →

pts

…SN.i.196; SN.iii.225 (sammatta˚); AN.i.122; Snp.371 (˚dassin = sammatta-niyāmabhūtassa maggassa dassāvin Snp-a.365); Mnd.314…

niṭṭhita →

pts

…Vin.i.35; DN.i.109 (bhattaṃ: the meal is ready); DN.ii.127 (id.); Ja.i.255 (id.); Ja.ii.48; Ja.iii.537 (finished); Vv-a.188; Pv-a.81; &…

niṭṭhā →

pts

…(= pabbajitānaṃ arahattaṃ patta) Dhp-a.iv.70; SN.iii.99 (a˚); AN.ii.175; AN.iii.450 AN.v.119 sq.; Dhp.351; Pts.i.81, Pts.i.161.

Vedic…

no →

pts

…api nu), Ja.v.435 (= nipātamattaṃ p. 437).

No2

indeclinable negative & adversative particle = neither, nor, but not surely not,…

nāga →

pts

…toothpick)

  • -vatta habits of serpents Mnd.92, also adj. -ika ibid. Mnd.89
  • -vana

nāma →

pts

…khandhānaṃ vasena pavattaṃ nāmarūpaṃ; Dhs-a.52: nāmarūpa-duke nāmakaraṇaṭṭhena nāmaṭṭhena namanaṭṭhena ca nāmaṃ…

nānatta →

pts

…(combined with or opp. to ekatta˚, nānatta-saññin, & ekatta-saññin), appl. to manussā, devā, vinipātikā (cp. nava sattâvāsā)…

nānattatā →

pts

Err:501

nānā →

pts

…Pv-a.123 Pv-a.135;

  • -ratta multi-coloured Snp.287; Ja.vi.230;
  • -rasā (pl. all kinds of dainties Pv.ii.9#11; *…

nātha →

pts

…AN.v.89; Dhp.160 (attā hi attano n.), Dhp.380; Snp.1131 (Nd ii.has nāga) Dhp-a.iv.117; Pv-a.1. lokanātha Saviour of…

nāḷikā →

pts

…Ja.vi.366 (aḍḍha-n-matta); Cnd.229 Cp. pa˚.

  • -odana a nāḷi measure of boiled rice SN.i.82; Dhp-a.iv.17; *…

nāḷī →

pts

…(text ˚vaṭṭa);

  • -matta as much as a tube holds AN.ii.199; Pv-a.283; Dhp-a.ii.70; Ja.i.419 (of aja-laṇḍikā).

Sk….

nīhāra →

pts

way, manner Vin.i.13; Ja.i.127; Dhp-a.iv.7. At Vin.i.13 also in nīhāra-bhatta (= nīhāraka).

cp. Sk. nirhāra

nīhāraka →

pts

adjective noun one who carries away Vin.i.13 (nīhāra-bhatta); SN.v.12, SN.v.320, SN.v.325 (piṇḍapāta).

fr. nīhāra, cp. nīharaṇa

odapattakinī →

pts

(adj.) [f. of uda + pattaka + in, i.e. having a bowl of water, epithet of bhariyā a wife, viz. the wife in the quality of providing the house with…

odarikatta →

pts

stomach-filling MN.i.461; Vism.71.

fr. odarika

ogha →

pts

  1. (rare in the old texts) a flood of water Vv-a.48 (udak’ ogha); usually as mahogha a great flood Dhp.47; Vism.512; Vv-a.110; Dhp-a.ii.274 = Thag-a.175.
  2. (always in sg.) th …

ogādha →

pts

…a firm place, firm ground, only in cpd. ogādhappatta having gained a sure footing AN.iii.297 sq.

ava +…

ohita →

pts

…down the burden: see arahatta iii. C.; cp. ˚khandhabhāra Dhp-a.iv.168. 3. put down in, hidden, put away in (-˚)…

ohīḷanā →

pts

scorning, scornfulness Vb.353 (+ ohīḷattaṃ).

ava + hīḷanā, of hīḍ

oka →

pts

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

okāsa FIXME double →

pts

…or permission Snp.p. 94 (˚kata allowed); Pv.iv.1#11 (˚ṁ karoti to give permission)

  • -matta permission Snp.p. 94.
  • -loka the…

oloketi →

pts

…Ja.i.85, Ja.i.108 (nakkhattaṃ); Pv.ii.9#64; Dhp-a.i.10, Dhp-a.i.12 Dhp-a.i.25, Dhp-a.i.26; Dhp-a.ii.96 (variant reading for T….

onīta →

pts

…expln. as onīto pattato pāṇi yeva, i.e. “the hand is taken away from the bowl”. The spelling is frequently oṇīta, probably…

opadhika →

pts

…Dhpāla at Vv-a.154 as “atta-bhāva-janaka paṭisandhi-pavatti-vipāka-dāyaka”
■ SN.i.233 = AN.iv.292; Vv.34#21; Iti.20 (variant…

opakkamika →

pts

…a sensation of pain: attacking suddenly, spasmodic, acute; always in connection with ābādha or…

opakkhin →

pts

…adj. fr. pakkha wing, cp. similarly avapatta

opatta →

pts

adjective with leaves fallen off, leafless (of trees) Ja.iii.495 (opatta = avapatta nippatta patita-patta C.).

o + patta, Sk. avapattra

opuppha →

pts

bud, young flower Ja.vi.497 (vv.ll. Ja.vi.498 opaṇṇa & opatta).

o + puppha

opuñjeti →

pts

…Vin.ii.176 (opuñjati bhattaṃ) Ja.iv.377 (opuñchetvā T., but variant reading opuñjetvā; gloss upalimpitvā); Dhp-a.iii.296…

opīḷeti →

pts

in “bhattaṃ pacchiyaṃ opīḷetvā” at Dhp-a.ii.3 is with variant reading to be read opilāpetvā (gloss odahitvā), i.e. dropping the food…

ora →

pts

…(bahinagare +)

  • -mattaka belonging only to this world, mundane; hence trifling, insignificant, little, evanescent…

oropeti →

pts

…cut off (hair) Vv-a.64 (bhattabhājanaṃ oropeti)-ger. oropayitvā Snp.44 (= nikkhipitvā paṭippassambhayitvā Cnd.181 apanetvā…

orundhati →

pts

to get, attain, take for a wife
ger orundhiya Ja.iv.480
aor oruddha Thig.445
pp oruddha. See also…

osakkati →

pts

…DN.i.230; Ja.iv.348 (for apavattati C.); Ja.v.295 (an-osakkitvā) See also Trenckner, Notes p. 60.

o + sakkati fr. P. sakk = *Sk….

osāreti →

pts

…Ja.vi.52, Ja.vi.67 (pattaṃ thavikāya o.). 2. to bring out, expound, propound, explain Mil.13 (abhidhammapiṭikaṃ), Mil.203…

otāpaka →

pts

adjective drying or dried (in the sun), with ref. to food Snp-a.35 (parivāsika-bhattaṃ bhuñjati hatth’otāpakaṃ khādati).

fr. otāpeti

ovadiya →

pts

adjective who or what can be advised, advisable Vin.i.59 (+ anusāsiya); Vv.84#36 (ovāda-vasena vattabbaṃ Vv-a.345).

grd. of ovadati

oḷārika →

pts

adjective gross, coarse, material, ample (see on term Dhs trsl. 208 & Cpd. 159 n. 4) DN.i.37, DN.i.186 sq (attā), DN.i.195, DN.i.197, DN.i.199; MN.i.48, MN.i.139, MN.i.247; MN.ii.230; MN.iii.16 MN …

pa →

pts

…from… onward; pavattati move on; fig “further, later”: paputta a later (secondary) son, i.e. grandson. 4. “in front of,”…

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 …

pabbājeti →

pts

…MN.ii.122; Dhp.388 (attano malaṃ pabbājayaṃ, tasmā pabbajito ti vuccati) Dhp-a.iv.145 (explains as “attano rāgādimalaṃ…

pabhinna →

pts

…Dhp.326 (hatthi˚ = mattahatthi Dhp-a.iv.24) Thag.77; Ja.iv.494; Ja.vi.488; Pv.i.11#2 (read chinnapabhinna-gatta); Mil.261, Mil.312…

pabhā →

pts

…or self-radiant DN.i.17 (= attano attano va tesaṃ pabhā ti DN-a.i.110); AN.v.60; Snp.404.

fr. pa + bhā, cp. Epic Sk….

pabhāti →

pts

to shine forth, to become light, gleam, glitter Ja.v.199 (said of a river; = pavattati C.)
pp pabhāta.

pa + bhā

pacana →

pts

cooking Ja.iii.425 (˚thālikā); Ja.v.385 (˚bhājana); Thag-a.29 (bhatta˚); DN-a.i.270; Pv-a.135.

fr. pac, su pacati

paccatta →

pts

…= visuṃ visuṃ attanā anubhūyamānā mahādukkhavedanā Pv-a.214) Dhs.1044 (ajjhatta + ; trsld “self referable”);…

paccatthika →

pts

…enemy Vin.ii.94 sq. (atta˚ personal enemy) AN.v.71 (id.; T. attha˚); DN.i.50, DN.i.70, DN.i.137; Iti.83; Pv-a.62 Cp….

pacceka →

pts

…itthiyo); Snp-a.52 (˚bodhisatta one destined to become a Paccekabuddha), Snp-a.67 (id.), Snp-a.73 (˚sambodhi), Snp-a.476 (niraya a separate or…

pacchā →

pts

… ■ bhatta “after-meal,” i.e. after the midday meal, either as ˚ṃ (acc
■ adv.) in the afternoon after the main…

paccudāvattana →

pts

coming back, return Dhs-a.389.

fr. preceding

paccudāvattati →

pts

to return again to (acc.) SN.i.224; SN.ii.104; AN.v.337.

paṭi + ud + ā + vattati

pacāpeti →

pts

to cause to be cooked, to cook Vin.iv.264; Ja.i.126 (āhāraṃ); Ja.ii.15 (bhattaṃ), Ja.ii.122.

Caus. of pacati

pada →

pts

…place Vin.ii.217 (nakkhatta˚ constellation); Ja.i.315 (assama = assama); Ja.v.75 (id.), Ja.v.321 (id.); Ja.vi.76 (id.); Ja.vi.180 (variant…

padatta →

pts

being or constituting a lot, part or element Snp-a.164.

abstr. fr. pada

padesa →

pts

…a limited Bodhisatta Kv.283 (cp. Kvu translation 1393, 1662). *…

padhāniya →

pts

…in the attributes of one who attains them as saddho, appābādho, asaṭho, āraddha-viriyo, paññavā DN.iii.237 = MN.ii.95, MN.ii.128 =…

paduma →

pts

…(˚vaṇṇa).

  • -patta a l. leaf Mnd.135 (= pokkhara); Dhp-a.iv.166 (= pokkhara-patta).
  • -puñja

padumin →

pts

…the lotus plant Nelumbium speciosum Ja.i.128 (˚paṇṇa); Ja.iv.419 (˚patta); Snp-a.369; Kp-a.67 (˚patta); Pv-a.189.

cp. Sk….

padālitatta →

pts

the fact of having (med.) or being (pass.) pierced or broken, abl. padālitattā on account of having broken Mil.287.

abstr. fr. padālita

padāna →

pts

…have also the meaning of “attainment, characteristic attribute”. AN.i.102 (bāla˚ & paṇḍita˚) Ja.i.97 (sotāpattimagg’ ādi˚) Pv-a.71…

paggahita →

pts

…held up Vin.ii.131 (chatta˚ holding up a parasol,) Vin.ii.207 (id.); Ja.vi.235; Snp-a.175 (= Snp.p.21).

pp. of paggaṇhāti, cp. BSk….

paguṇatā →

pts

Paguṇatta (nt.) (doubtful) abstr. to paguṇa in expln of pāguññatā at Dhs.48 & Dhs.49 (trsl. fitness competence).

pahita →

pts

…fr. peseti as “pesit-atta” thus identifying pahita1 & pahita2, see K.S. 320); SN.ii.21, SN.ii.239; SN.iii.73 sq….

pajjhāyati →

pts

…= Mil.5
ppr pajjhāyanto downcast, in formula tuṇhībhūto mankubhūto pattakkhandho adhomukho p. MN.i.132, MN.i.258 and passim.

pa…

pajā →

pts

progeny, offspring, generation, beings, men, world (of men), mankind (cp. use of Bibl. Gr. γέννημα in same meaning) DN.ii.55; SN.v.346 SN.v.362 sq.; AN.ii.75 sq.; AN.iv.290; AN.v.232 sq., AN.v.253 sq. …

pajānāti →

pts

… ■
pp paññatta;
pass paññāyati
pp paññāta

pakata →

pts

pakatatta (pakata attan) natural, of a natural self, of good behaviour incorrupt, “integer” Vin.ii.6, Vin.ii.33,…

pakka →

pts

…Divy.82], combined with arugatta at MN.i.506; SN.iv.198; Mil.357 (cp. Mil trsl. ii.262), Mil.395. 3. heated, glowing Dpvs.i.62.

*…

pakkha →

pts

…Thig.423 (= aḍḍhamāsa-mattaṃ Thag-a.269); Pv.ii.95#5 (bahumāse ca pakkhe ca = kaṇha-sukka-bheda p. Pv-a.135); Vism.101 (dasâhaṃ…

pakkhandana →

pts

  1. leaping, springing Ja.ii.32; Pts.1.194 (pariccāga- & pakkh˚-nissagga).
  2. attack, assault, chasing Dhp-a.i.198.

fr. pakkhandati

pakkhatta →

pts

being a partner of, siding in with Vism.129, Vism.130.

fr. pakkha1

pakkhika FIXME double →

pts

…viz. niccabhatta, salākabhatta, pakkhika uposathika, pāṭipadika, Vin.i.58 = Vin.ii.175; Vin.iv.75; Ja.ii.210; Vism.66. 2. (cp. pakkha 2 &…

pakkhiya →

pts

…part, side; only in phrase (satta-tiṃsa-) bodhi-pakkhiya-dhammā the 37 parts of enlightenment Iti.75 (satta only); Ja.i.275; Vism.678 sq.;…

pakāsati →

pts

to shine forth, to be visible, to become known Snp.445, Snp.1032 (= bhāsati tapati virocati Cnd.373)
caus pakāseti to show up, illustrate, explain make known, give information …

paligha →

pts

  1. a cross-bar Vin.ii.154; Thig.263 (vaṭṭa˚ = parighadaṇḍa Thag-a.211); Ja.ii.95; Ja.vi.276.
  2. an obstacle, hindrance DN.ii.254 = SN.i.27

■ (adj) (-˚) in two phrases okkhitta˚; with cross-bars …

palloma →

pts

…1889,…

palāpa →

pts

Palāpa1

chaff of corn, pollard AN.iv.169 (yava˚); Ja.i.467, Ja.i.468; Ja.iv.34; Snp-a.165 (in exegesis of palāpa2 variant reading BB palāsa), Snp-a.312 (id.); Ja.iv.34, Ja.iv. …

palātatta →

pts

running away, escape Ja.i.72.

abstr. fr. palāta

pamajjanā →

pts

-itatta (nt.) are abstr. formations fr. pa + mad, in the sense of pamāda carelessness etc., occur as philological…

pamajjati →

pts

…zealous Pv-a.7

pp pamatta (q.v.).

pa + mad

Pamajjati2

  1. to wipe off, rub off, sweep, scour Vin.i.47;…

pamatta →

pts

…˚ṃ ativattati) appamatta diligent, careful, eager, mindful SN.i.4, SN.i.140 SN.i.157; AN.v.148; Thag.1245; Pv.iv.1#38;…

pamattaka →

pts

adjective = pamatta, only in neg. form ap˚ careful, mindful Pv-a.201.

pamaṭṭa →

pts

in cpd. luñcita-pamaṭṭā kapotī viya (simile for a woman who has lost all her hair) at Pv-a.47 is doubtful it should probably be read as luñcita-pakkhikā k. viya i.e. like a pigeon whose feathers …

pamukha →

pts

…rājāno) Pv-a.74 (setacchatta˚ rājakakudhabhaṇḍa); freq. in phrase Buddha˚ bhikkhusangha, e.g. Vin.i.213; Snp.p.111; Pv-a.19, Pv-a.20….

panna →

pts

…going bent, panna-dhaja = flag bent or laid down etc. Perhaps patta of patta-kkhandha should belong here as panna˚

panti →

pts

…line Vism.392 (tisso sopāna-pantiyo) Dhp-a.iii.219 (uddhana˚); Thag-a.72 (satta pantiyo) Vv-a.198 (amba˚).

Ved. pankti set or row of…

pappoti →

pts

…obtain, get, gain, receive, attain DN.iii.159, DN.iii.165; Snp.185, Snp.187, Snp.584; Dhp.27; Dhp-a.i.395
pot 1st pl pappomu

papupphaka →

pts

adjective “with flowers in front,” flower-tipped (of the arrows of Māra) Dhp.46 (but explained at Dhp-a.i.337 as “p.˚ sankhātāni tebhūmakāni vaṭṭāni,” i.e. existence in the 3 stages of being).

pa + pupphaka

para →

pts

…= mā pariccaji C.) -gatta alien body, trsl. “limbs that are not thou Thag.1150. -gavacaṇḍa violent against the…

parada →

pts

…Texts* iii.232 trsl. “secure,” cp. Vin.ii.363); MN.i.450; MN.ii.121 (variant reading BB paradatta˚), -and -samācāra living a good…

parama →

pts

…esp. freq. in phrase sattakkhattu˚; one who will be reborn seven times at the outmost, i.e. at the end of the 7 rebirthinterval SN.ii.185…

paramatā →

pts

…most); freq. in phrase sattakkhattuṃ p. interval of seven rebirths at the outside (cp. parama), being reborn seven…

pari FIXME double →

pts

…= pari˚

(a probationer), Vin.i.136; Vin.ii.31 sq., where distinguished from a pakatatta bhikkhu, a regular, ordained bh. to whom a…

paribhuñjati →

pts

…(with nt. abstr ˚tabbatta)
pass ˚bhuñjiyati, ppr. ˚iyamāna SN.i.90 2. [see bhuñjatī2] to purify, clean, cleanse…

paribyattatā →

pts

great distinction, clearness; wide experience, learnedness Mil.349.

pari + vyatta + tā

paribādheti →

pts

to oppress, attack Pv-a.193 (= hiṃsati).

pari + bādh

pariccajati →

pts

…cp. BSk. jīvitaṃ parityakṣyāmi Avs.i.210); Sdhp.539
pp pariccatta (q.v.).

pari + cajati of tyaj

pariccatta →

pts

given up abandoned, thrown out, left behind Ja.i.69, Ja.i.174, Ja.i.477; Mil.280; Pv-a.178, Pv-a.219 (= virādhita); Sdhp.374.

pp. of pariccajati; cp. BSk. parityakta in meaning “given to the poor” Avs.i.3

parideva →

pts

…ādevanā paridevanā ādevitattaṃ paridevitattaṃ; often combined with soka grief, e.g. at DN.i.36; Snp.862; Iti.89; Pv-a.39,…

paridevitatta →

pts

lamentation etc.; only exegetical construction in expln of parideva at DN.ii.306 = Cnd.416.

abstr. fr. paridevita

pariharati →

pts

  1. to take care of, to attend to (acc.), shelter, protect, keep up, preserve, look after Vin.i.42 Vin.ii.188; DN.ii.100 (sanghaṃ); DN.ii.14 (gabbhaṃ kucchinā) MN.i.124, MN.i.459; SN.iii.1; AN.iii.123; …

pariharitabbatta →

pts

necessity of guarding Vism.98.

abstr. fr. grd. of pariharati

parihāna →

pts

…sq., AN.iii.404 sq. (˚dhamma); AN.v.103 (id.), AN.v.156 sq.; Iti.71 (˚āya saṃvattati); Dhp.32 (abhabbo p ˚āyo); Pp.12, Pp.14.

fr. pari +…

parihāpeti →

pts

  1. to let fall away, to lose, to waste SN.ii.29; Ja.iv.214 (vegaṃ); Mil.244 (cittaṃ to lose heart, to despair); Pv-a.78.
  2. to set aside, abandon, neglect, omit Vin.i.72 (rājakiccaṃ) Ja.ii.438; Ja.iv …

parihāra →

pts

…surrounding (fig.), attack; in cpd visama˚; being attacked by adversities AN.ii.87; Cnd.304#ic; Mil.112, Mil.135. 5. avoidance, keeping…

parihārika →

pts

…as kāya-pariharaṇa-mattakena & kucchi˚ at DN-a.i.207 correct reading accordingly); MN.i.180; MN.iii.34; Pp.58 Vism.65 (kāya˚, of…

parikanta →

pts

…(kucchi p.). See also parikatta & cp. Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v (misreading for ˚katta?)
Note. Reading parikantaṃ upāhanaṃ at…

parikatta →

pts

cut round, cut off Mil.188.

pp. of pari + kantati2; corresponds to Sk, kṛtta, which is usually represented in P. by kanta2

parikkhāra →

pts

…In other combinations: satta nagara˚; AN.iv.106 sq. (cp. nagarûpakārikā DN.i.105); satta samādhi˚ DN.ii.216; MN.iii.71; AN.iv.40;…

parikkhīṇatta →

pts

the fact of being exhausted, exhaustion, extinction, destruction DN-a.i.128 (jīvitassa); Pv-a.63 (kammassa), Pv-a.148 (id.).

abstr. of parikkhīṇa

parimitatta →

pts

the condition of being measured Pv-a.254.

fr. parimita

parinibbuta →

pts

…kālaṃ); Snp.359 (+ ṭhitatta), Snp.370 (id.), Snp.467 (p udaka-rahado va sīto); Thag.5 (cp. Brethren 113); Ja.iv.303, Ja.iv.453;…

parinibbāna →

pts

…release from cravings & attachment to life, emancipation (in this life) with the assurance of final death; freedom of spirit, calm, perfect…

parinibbāpana →

pts

refreshing, cooling, quenching; controlling, subduing, training Pts.i.174 (atta-damatha, atta-samatha, atta-p.).

pari + nibbāpana

parinibbāpeti →

pts

to bring to complete coolness, or training (see next), emancipation or cessation of the life-impulse, to make calm, lead to Nibbāna to exercise self-control, to extinguish fever of craving or fire o …

parinibbāyin →

pts

one who attains Parinibbāna. Of the 2 meanings registered under parinibbāna we find No. 1 only in a very restricted use when taken in both senses…

pariniṭṭhāpeti →

pts

to bring to an end, attain, accomplish Dhs-a.363.

pari + niṭṭhāpeti

paripuñchati →

pts

to wipe off, stroke down Vin.iii.14 (pāṇinā gattāni p.).

pari + puñchati

paripuṇṇa →

pts

…Snp.889 (˚mānin = samatta-mānin Mnd.298), Snp.904; Iti.40 (˚sekha); Pv.iv.16#3; Vism.45 (˚sankappa): Pv-a.13, Pv-a.54 (˚vassa whose…

paripāka →

pts

…dhammā paripākāya saṃvattanti); Ja.i.142, Ja.i.148 Ja.vi.236; Mil.288; Vism.116 (bodhi˚), Vism.199; Dhp-a.i.89 (˚gatatta nt. state of…

paripāteti →

pts

…down, to bring to ruin, to attack, pursue Vin.iv.115; Ja.ii.208 Ja.iii.380; Mil.279, Mil.367; Kp-a.73 (see App. II. p. 353 n. 9)
pp…

paripātita →

pts

attacked, pursued, brought into difficulty Vv-a.336.

pp. of paripāteti

paripūratta →

pts

fullness, completeness, completion SN.v.200 sq. (+ samatta).

abstr. fr. paripūra

parisiñcati →

pts

to sprinkle all over, to bathe MN.i.161; SN.i.8 (gattāni); Sdhp.595.

pari + siñcati

parissuta →

pts

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

pp. of pari + sru

parisuddhatta →

pts

purity, cleanliness, perfection MN.i.36; Mil.103 sq.; Vism.168
■ As f. pari-suddhatā at Vism.30.

abstr. fr. parisuddha

parisā →

pts

…groups of people (viz. sāratta-rattā & asāratta-rattā MN.ii.160 = AN.i.70 sq
■ For var. uses of the word see the foll. passages:…

paritappati →

pts

…worry, sorrow Thig.313 (= santappati Thag-a.233) Mil.313
pp paritatta (q.v.).

Pass. of pari + tap

paritatta →

pts

tormented, worried, vexed, grieved Mil.313.

pp. of paritappati

paritta →

pts

…*tta, like ātta for ādatta. The development of meaning however causes difficulties, paridatta meaning given up, transmitted, cp. Divy.388,…

paritāpana →

pts

…AN.i.296 AN.ii.205 sq. (atta˚ self-mortification, opp. para˚); Pp.55 Pp.56, Pp.61; Pv-a.18 (atta˚), Pv-a.30 (id.). Often combined with…

parivaccha →

pts

…which is abstr. from pariyatta (*pariyatya), with va for ya as in pavacchati pavecchati = Sk….

parivatta →

pts

adjective changing round, twisting, turning; f. pl. -āyo Ja.v.431.

fr. pari + vṛt

parivattaka →

pts

circle (lit. turning round) Ja.i.101; cp. parivattika in phrase paligha˚ (q.v.).

fr. parivatta

parivattana →

pts

setting going, keeping up, propounding Ja.i.200 (˚manta adj. one who knows a charm); Ne.1 sq., Ne.106.

fr. parivattati

parivattati →

pts

  1. to turn round, twist (trs. & intrs.), go about Vin.ii.220; Ja.v.431 (singaṃ); Pv.iv.5#3 (= pariyāti Pv-a.260); Mil.118; DN-a.i.265.
  2. (intrs. to change about, move, change, turn to Pv.ii.10#5 (= …

parivatteti →

pts

…cp. mantaṃ pavatteti & pavattar; saraṃ p. to make a sound Ja.i.405; adhippāyaṃ speak out, propound, discuss Pv-a.131. 3. to change,…

parivaṭṭa →

pts

…See further at DN-a.i.143 (rāja˚), DN-a.i.283 (id., but spelt ˚vatta); Snp-a.210.

fr. pari + vṛt, cp. parivattana

parivesanā →

pts

…(id.).

fr. pari +…

parivisati →

pts

to serve (with food = instr.), wait upon present, offer Vin.i.240 (bhatṭena); Vin.ii.77 (kaṇājakena bilangadutiyena); DN.ii.127; Ja.i.87, Ja.i.90; Ja.ii.277; Ja.iv.116; Pv.ii.8#4 (= bhojeti Pv-a.107) …

parivyatta →

pts

adjective quite conspicuous or clear Vism.162.

pari + vyatta

parivāra →

pts

  1. surrounding, suite, retinue, followers, entourage, pomp Ja.i.151; Ja.iv.38; Ja.vi.75; Pv-a.21, Pv-a.30 (˚cāga-cetana, read pariccāga-cetana?); usually as adj.-˚ surrounded by, in company of …

parivāsika →

pts

…common Snp-a.35 (˚bhatta; or is it “fermented,” and thus to be taken to No. 3?) a˚ unusual, new, uncommon Ja.ii.435 (where it is…

parivīmaṃsati →

pts

to think over, consider thoroughly examine, search SN.ii.80 sq.; Iti.42 = Snp.975 (ppr dhammaṃ ˚vīmaṃsamāna, cp. Mnd.508); DN-a.i.134; Dhp-a.iv.117 (attānaṃ).

pari + vīmaṃsati, Desid. of pari + * …

pariya →

pts

…Ja.i.78
■ See also pariyatta1 pariyatti, pariyāya 3 and compounds of ceto.

either short form of pariyāya, or ger. of pari + ī

pariyanta →

pts

…indriyasaṃvara˚ bhojane mattaññutā˚, jāgariyânuyoga˚). 3. (adj. ˚) bounded by, limited by, surrounded, ending in Vin.iv.31; MN.iii.90;…

pariyatta →

pts

…but confused with pariyatta2 & pariyatti fr. pari + ; āp

Pariyatta2

adjective

  1. capable of, mastered, kept in…

pariyosāna →

pts

  1. end, finish, conclusion Ja.i.106 (sacca˚ = desanā˚); Pv-a.9 (desanā and passim), Pv-a.136 (āyūha˚), Pv-a.162 (id.), Pv-a.281 (= anta) Often contracted with ādi beginning & majj …

pariyādinnatta →

pts

exhaustion, consummation DN-a.i.128.

abstr. fr. pariyādinna

pariyādāna →

pts

“taking up completely,” i.e. using up, consummation, consumption finishing, end MN.i.487 (kaṭṭha˚, opp. to upādāna) SN.i.152; SN.iii.16 sq. (cetaso p., cp. pariyādāya & ˚dinna), SN.iv.33 (sabb’ upādān …

pariyāgata →

pts

having come to, reached, attained Ja.vi.237 (phalaṃ; C = upagata), Ja.vi.238 (kusalaṃ C. = pariyāyena attano vārena āgata).

pari + ā + gata

pariyāpanna →

pts

…to, got into Vin.i.46 (patta˚ that which has been put into the bowl); DN.i.45 (= ābaddha DN-a.i.127); Snp-a.397 (milakkhabhāsa˚ etc.);…

pariyāpannatta →

pts

includedness Snp-a.174.

abstr. fr. pariyāpanna

pariyāputa →

pts

…learned, accomplished DN-a.i.21
■ See also pariyatta2.

pp. of pariyāpuṇāti

pariyāpuṇāti →

pts

…(aor. ˚iṃsu), Vin.ii.121

pp pariyāputa and pariyatta (q.v.).

pari + āp, cp. BSk….

pariyāya →

pts

…(= vāra) DN.i.166 (˚bhatta i.e. feeding in turn or at regular intervals explained as vāra -bhatta Pp-a 232); MN.i.78,…

pariññātatta →

pts

the fact of having full or exact knowledge SN.v.182.

abstr. fr. pariññāta

pariḷāha →

pts

…(kāme); SN.ii.143 sq (˚nānatta), SN.ii.151 (kāma˚; vyāpāda˚, vihiṃsā˚); SN.iii.7 sq (taṇhā, pipāsā, p.), SN.iii.190 (vigata˚);…

pariṇamati →

pts

…Pv-a.144 (for parivattati Pv.ii.10#5), Pv.ii.10#194 (id. Pv.iii.4#4). 2. to change into a diff. state, to ripen, mature (often said of the…

parovara →

pts

…ca orāni ca, par’ attabhāva-sak’ attabhāv’ ādīni parāni ca orāni ca“ Snp-a.590), Snp.1148 (paroparaṃ Cnd; see Cnd.422#a;…

parāmasati →

pts

…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…

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…

parāyana →

pts

…in, aiming at, given to, attached to, having one’s end or goal in; also: finding one’s support in (as daṇḍa leaning on a stick MN.i.88;…

parāyaṇa →

pts

…in, aiming at, given to, attached to, having one’s end or goal in; also: finding one’s support in (as daṇḍa leaning on a stick MN.i.88;…

pasajati →

pts

to let loose, produce; to be attached to Snp.390 (= allīyati Snp-a.375).

pa + sṛj

pasata →

pts

…to water only) Ja.i.101 (˚mattaṃ udakaṃ); Ja.iv.201 (udaka˚); Ja.v.382 (˚mattaṃ pānīyaṃ). Often redupl. pasataṃ pasataṃ “by…

pasaṅga →

pts

  1. hanging on, inclination, attachment to Kp-a.18; Pv-a.130.
  2. occasion, event; loc. pasaṅge at the occasion of (-˚), instead of Kp-a.213…

passaddhi →

pts

…Dhs-a.150 (= samassāsa-ppatta). Often combined with pāmujja pīti;, e.g. DN.i.72, DN.i.73, DN.i.196; Ne.29, Ne.66. Six passaddhis at…

pasuta →

pts

attached to (acc. or loc.), intent upon (-˚), pursuing, doing DN.i.135 (kamma˚); Snp.57 (see Cnd.427), Snp.709, Snp.774, Snp.940, Dhp.166,…

patati →

pts

…Lat. praepes quick, peto to go for, impetus, attack etc.

patha →

pts

…dve˚ Vv.53#17; nakkhatta˚ Dhp.208; yañña˚ (= yañña) Cnd.524 yogga˚ AN.iii.122; rajā˚ SN.ii.219; rāga˚ (sensuality SN.iv.70;…

patissā →

pts

…disobedient, not attached to SN.i.139; SN.ii.224 sq.; AN.ii.20; AN.iii.7, AN.iii.247, AN.iii.439; Ja.ii.352 (˚vāsa anarchy; reading…

patta-kkhandha →

pts

…Ja.v.17; Mil.5.

perhaps patta1 + khandha, thus “leaf- shouldered,” i.e. with shoulders drooping like leaves; the Commentators…

patta →

pts

odapattakinī
■ pattassa mukhavaṭṭi Ja.v.38
fut pātī (q.v.).

*…

pattabba →

pts

adjective to be gained or attained; nt. that which can be attained or won Snp-a.443. See also pattiya2.

grd. of pāpuṇāti

pattaka →

pts

(little) bowl Thig.28.

fr. patta2

pattali →

pts

(˚lī) feminine plantain Thig.260 (= kadali Thag-a.211).

according to Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. to be read as either sattali or sattalā

pattana →

pts

place, city, port Ja.i.121; Ja.iv.16, Ja.iv.137, Ja.v.75; Pv-a.53
-ka a sort of village Ja.vi.456.

*Sk. paṭṭana

pattatta →

pts

(-˚) the fact of being furnished or possessed with Vism.524.

abstr. fr. patta3

pattha →

pts

Pattha1

a lonely place, in cpd. vana˚; DN.i.71; Pp.59 etc., a wilderness in the forest, explained by Bdhgh as “gāmantaṃ atikkamitvā manussānaṃ anupacāra-ṭṭhānaṃ yattha na kasanti na vap …

patthīna →

pts

stiff DN.ii.335; Dhs-a.307. Also as patthinna at Vin.i.286 (= atirajitattā thaddha Bdhgh on p. 391); Vism.361 (= thīna p. Vism262); Vb-a.67 (˚sneha).

pa + thīna

patti →

pts

…(= pattabbaṁ patto pattabbaṁ arahattaṁ patto ti vuttaṁ hoti Snp-a.433), Snp.537, Snp.540

Classical Sk. prāpti fr. pa + āp, cp….

pattika →

pts

…a wooden bowl DN.i.157 (cp. DN-a.i.319).

fr. patta2

pattikā →

pts

leaf, in tāla˚; palm-leaf SN.ii.217, SN.ii.222.

fr. patta1 or patti3

pattin →

pts

adjective noun attaining, one who obtains or gains Snp.513 (kiṃ˚ = kiṃ patta, adhigata Snp-a.425).

fr. patta3, Sk. *prāptin

pattiya →

pts

…to be attained, to be shared or profited Pv.ii.9#31 (para˚ profitable to others, see expln at Pv-a.125).

grd….

pattīyati →

pts

to gain, to profit from (acc.) Mil.240 (attānaṃ na p. does not profit from himself).

denom. fr. patti2

pavatta →

pts

…quot. fr. C.), opp appavatta freedom from Saṃsāra, i.e. Nibbāna ibid 3. founded on, dealing with, relating to, being in SN.iv.115…

pavattana →

pts

…out Mil.277 (āṇā,˚ cp pavatti).

fr. pavattati

pavattar →

pts

…(mantānaṃ p. = pavattayitar DN-a.i.273); SN.iv.94; Dhp.76 (nidhīnaṃ p. = ācikkhitar Dhp-a.ii.107).

n. ag. of either pa + vac or…

pavattati →

pts

…on Pv-a.45 (phalaṃ), Pv-a.60 (vippaṭisār’ aggi)

pp pavatta; Caus. pavatteti (q.v.).

pa +…

pavattayitar →

pts

one who sets into motion or keeps up DN-a.i.273 (see foll.).

n. ag. to pavatteti

pavatteti →

pts

…with Dhp-a.i.257; Pv-a.29 (attabhāvaṃ), Pv-a.42 (kammante) 5. to move about, behave, linger Dhp-a.i.14 (ṭṭ). 6. to display, execute,…

pavattāpanatta →

pts

making continue, keeping going, preservation upkeep Vism.32 (T. ˚attha).

fr. Caus. ii. of pavatteti = pavattāpeti

pavedeti →

pts

to make known, to declare, communicate, relate SN.i.24; SN.iv.348; Dhp.151; Snp.p.103 (= bodheti ñāpeti Snp-a.444); Pv-a.33, Pv-a.58, Pv-a.68 (attānaṃ make oneself known), Pv-a.120
pp *[pavedit …

pavesana →

pts

…Pv-a.217, Pv-a.221 (asipattavana˚). 2. beginning Vv-a.71 (opp. nikkhamana). 3. putting in, application Ja.ii.102 (daṇḍe p.). 4. means of…

pavijjhana →

pts

hurling, throwing Ja.v.67 (Devadattassa silā˚, cp. Vin.ii.193); Ja.i.173; Ja.v.333.

fr. pavijjhati

pavutta →

pts

…p.; variant reading ˚vatta which is more likely; but DN-a.i.273 explains by vutta & vācita) SN.i.52; Snp.383 (su˚ = sudesita Snp-a.373),…

pavāhitatta →

pts

the fact of being removed or cleansed Ja.v.134.

abstr. fr. pavāhita, pp. of pavāheti

pavāla →

pts

…coral Ja.i.394 (˚ratta-kambala), Ja.ii.88; Ja.iv.142; Mil.267 (with other jewels), Mil.380 (id.) Snp-a.117; Vv-a.112 (˚ratana). 2. a…

pavāḷa →

pts

…coral Ja.i.394 (˚ratta-kambala), Ja.ii.88; Ja.iv.142; Mil.267 (with other jewels), Mil.380 (id.) Snp-a.117; Vv-a.112 (˚ratana). 2. a…

payata →

pts

…Thag.348, Thag.359 (˚atta); Iti.101 (˚pāṇin) = Mil.215; Snp.240 (= sakkāra-karaṇena p. alankata Snp-a.284); Vism.224 (˚pāṇin =…

payatta →

pts

making effort, taking care, being on one’s guard, careful Mil.373.

pp. of pa + yat

payogatā →

pts

application (to) Vism.134 (majjhatta˚).

fr. payoga

payutta →

pts

…loc., or-˚) Ja.v.121 (ajjhattaṃ); Pv.iii.7#10 (sāsane); Snp-a.497 (viññatti˚). 3. applicable (either rightly or wrongly); as su˚…

pañca →

pts

…uṇhīsa, khagga, chatta pādukā. -kalyāṇāni, beauty-marks: kesa˚, maṃsa˚ aṭṭhi˚, chavi˚, vaya˚. -kāmaguṇā

pañcama →

pts

adjective num. ord the fifth DN.i.88; Snp.84, Snp.99, Snp.101; Vv-a.102; Pv-a.52 (˚e māse in the 5th month the Petī has to die); Dhp-a.iii.195 (˚e sattāhe in the 5th week)
■ …

paññatta →

pts

…Vv-a.92 (niccabhatta); Pv-a.78. Esp. freq. in ster. formula paññatte āsane nisīdi he sat down on the appointed (i.e. special)…

paññatti →

pts

…(māra˚), SN.iv.39 (satta˚, dukkha˚, loka˚); AN.ii.17; AN.v.190; Pts.ii.171, Pts.ii.176; Pp.1; Dhs.i.309; Ne.1 sq., Ne.38, Ne.188…

paññatā →

pts

…(dup˚ = foolishness), AN.v.159 (id.); mahā˚, puthu˚ vipula˚ AN.i.45. See also paññatta2.

secondary abstract formation fr….

paññā →

pts

…the synonyms of intellectual attainment at Cnd.380 = Dhs.16 (paññā pajānanā vicayo etc.). As tt. in Buddhist Psych Ethics it comprises the…

paññāpeti →

pts

…(āsanaṃ). 2. to lay down, fold out, spread Pv-a.43 (sanghāṭiṃ)
pp paññatta (q.v.)

caus 2…

paṃsu →

pts

…Pp.55; Dhp-a.iv.157 ˚attan (nt. abstr.) the habit of wearing rags MN.i.214 MN.iii.41; AN.i.38; AN.iii.108….

paṇati →

pts

to sell, barter, bargain, risk, bet Ja.v.24 (= voharati attānaṃ vikkiṇati C.)
■ See also paṇitaka & paṇiya.

cp. Sk. paṇati

paṇāmeti →

pts

…Vin.ii.114, Vin.ii.207; pattaṃ Vin.ii.216. 3. to make go away, to turn someone away, give leave, dismiss Vin.i.54; Vin.ii.303; SN.i.7;…

paṇīta →

pts

adjective

  1. (lit.) brought out or to, applied executed; used with ref. to punishment (see paṇeti daṇḍaṃ) Pv.iv.1#66 (˚daṇḍa receiving punishment ṭhapita-sarīra-daṇḍa Pv-a.242) …

paṇḍita →

pts

…MN.iii.178; SN.iv.375 (+ viyatta medhāvin); SN.v.151 (+ vyatta kusala) AN.i.59, AN.i.68, AN.i.84, AN.i.101 sq., AN.i.162 (paṇḍitā…

paṇḍu →

pts

…cloth SN.i.64 (= ratta-kambala C.); AN.i.181; Snp.689 (= ratta Snp-a.487); also a kind of ornamental stone, Sakka’s throne (p-k-…

paṇṇa →

pts

…DN-a.i.318.

  • -chatta a fan of leaves Ja.ii.277.
  • -chattaka a leaf-awning SN.i.90 SN.i.92. *…

paṇṇaka →

pts

…chādetvā nibattapaṇakaṃ“ see Trenckner, Mil.421 and cp Miln. translation i.302), Mil.210 (suvaṇṇa˚), Mil.401…

paṭhama →

pts

…having just attained Buddhaship); DN.iii.253 (˚âbhinibbatta), Snp.420 (˚uppattika “in his first youth”) Ja.iii.394 (˚uggata…

paṭhavatta →

pts

earthliness MN.i.329.

abstr. fr. paṭhavī

paṭhavī →

pts

the earth. Acc to Cnd.389 syn. with jagati. It figures as the first element in enumn of the 4 elements (see dhātu 1), viz p., āpo, tejo, vāyo (earth, water, fire, wind or …

paṭi →

pts

…(re-appear), ˚nijjhatta, ˚nivattati, ˚pavesati, ˚pākatika (re-stored) ˚bujjhati, ˚vinicchinati, ˚sañjīvita (re-suscitated)…

paṭicca-samuppāda →

pts

…clinging to existence or attachment (dominant idea Cpd.; grasping Mrs. Rh. D.), bhava (action or character Cpd.; renewed…

paṭigha →

pts

  1. (ethically) repulsion, repugnance anger DN.i.25, DN.i.34; DN.iii.254, DN.iii.282; SN.i.13; SN.iv.71, SN.iv.195, SN.iv.205 SN.iv.208 sq.; SN.v.315; AN.i.3, AN.i.87, AN.i.200; Snp.371, Snp.536; Dhs.1 …

paṭikirati →

pts

to strew about, to sprawl Pv.iv.10#8 (uttānā paṭikirāma = vikirīyamān’angā viya vattāma Pv-a.271).

paṭi + kirati

paṭikkanta →

pts

…DN-a.i.183 (= nivattana); Vv-a.6 (opp. abhi˚) Pv-a.11 (piṇḍapāta˚), Pv-a.16 (id.). For opp. of…

paṭilābha →

pts

…up, acquisition, assumption, attainment DN.i.195; MN.i.50; AN.ii.93, AN.ii.143; Pts.ii.182, Pts.ii.189; Mnd.262; Dhp.333; Pp.57; Vv-a.113;…

paṭilīna →

pts

having withdrawn, keeping away SN.i.48 (˚nisabha “expert to eliminate”; reading pati˚); with reading pati also; AN.ii.41; AN.iv.449; Snp.810 Snp.852; Mnd.130, Mnd.224 (rāgassa etc. pahīnattā patilīno) …

paṭilīyati →

pts

to withdraw, draw back, keep away from, not to stick to AN.iv.47 = Mil.297 (+ paṭikuṭati paṭivaṭṭati; Mil & id. p. at SN.ii.265 print pati˚) Vism.347 (+ paṭikuṭṭati pativaṭṭati)
pp *[paṭilīna](/de …

paṭimuñcati →

pts

…Ja.iv.395; Ja.v.25 (attain) Ja.v.49; Ja.vi.525; Dhp-a.iii.295
pass paṭimuccati to be fastened,
aor ˚mucci Ja.iii.239;…

paṭinijjhatta →

pts

adjective appeased again Ja.vi.414.

paṭi + nijjhatta

paṭinivattati →

pts

…+ nivattati

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 …

paṭipanna →

pts

(having) followed or following up, reaching, going along or by (i.e. practising), entering on, obtaining SN.ii.69; SN.iv.252; AN.i.120 (arahattāya); AN.iv.292 sq. (id.), AN.iv.372 sq.; Iti.81 (dhammân …

paṭipannaka →

pts

adjective noun one who has entered upon the Path (ariyamagga) Pp.13 (= maggaṭṭhaka phalatthāya paṭipannattā p. nāma Pp-a 186); Mil.342 Mil.344; Ne.50; Dhs-a.164. See also Mil trsl. ii.231, 237.

f …

paṭipassambhanā →

pts

-ppassambhitatta (nt.) are exegetical (philosophical) synonyms of paṭippassaddhi at Dhs.40, Dhs.41, Dhs.320.

paṭippassaddhi →

pts

…Dhs.41, Dhs.320; Snp-a.9. Esp frequent in the Niddesas in stock phrase expressing the complete calm attained to in emancipation, viz. vūpasama…

paṭipāṭi →

pts

…succession Vin.i.248 (bhatta˚); Vism.411 (khandha˚); usually in abl. paṭipāṭiyā adv. successively, in…

paṭisambhidā →

pts

…p-˚ āsu cheka). p˚-patta one who has attained mastership in analysis AN.i.24; AN.iii.120; Pts.ii.202
■ Often included in the…

paṭisaṃvedeti →

pts

…SN.ii.75, SN.ii.256 (attabhāva-paṭilābhaṃ); Iti.38 (sukkha-dukkhaṃ; variant reading ˚vedeti).

paṭi + saṃ + vedeti, Caus….

paṭisena →

pts

…cp. Mnd.397; -senikattar (n ag.), one who repulses, fighter, retaliator, arguer Snp.832 cp. Mnd.173.

paṭi + sena, of either or…

paṭissā →

pts

…disobedient, not attached to SN.i.139; SN.ii.224 sq.; AN.ii.20; AN.iii.7, AN.iii.247, AN.iii.439; Ja.ii.352 (˚vāsa anarchy; reading…

paṭisāmeti →

pts

…Ja.iii.72; Mil.15 (pattacīvaraṃ); Vv-a.118 (variant reading ˚yāpeti), Vv-a.157 (variant reading ˚nameti).

paṭi + Caus. of…

paṭivatta →

pts

…only in cpd. vatta-paṭivatta-karaṇa “moving forth or backwards” performance of different kinds of duties; doing this, that & the other…

paṭivattar →

pts

one who contradicts SN.i.222.

paṭi + vattar, n. ag. of vac

paṭivattati →

pts

…only in neg. ap˚ (q.v.)
pp paṭivatta (q.v.).

paṭi + vr̥t

paṭivaṭṭati →

pts

…only in neg. ap˚ (q.v.)
pp paṭivatta (q.v.).

paṭi + vr̥t

paṭivedha →

pts

…penetration comprehension, attainment, insight, knowledge AN.i.22 AN.i.44; DN.iii.253; Pts.i.105; Pts.ii.50, Pts.ii.57, Pts.ii.105, Pts.ii.112,…

paṭivibhatta →

pts

-bhogin see appaṭivibhatta.

paṭi + vibhatta

paṭiviruddha →

pts

…llious…

paṭiyatta →

pts

prepared, got ready, made, dressed Vin.iv.18 (alankata˚); Ja.iv.380 (C. for pakata) Pv-a.25 (C. for upaṭṭhita), Pv-a.75 (alankata˚), Pv-a.135 (id.), Pv-a.232 (id.), Pv-a.279 (id.); Kp-a.118 (ala …

paṭṭa →

pts

  1. slab, tablet, plate, in compounds ayo˚; iron plate AN.iv.130, AN.iv.131; Ja.iv.7 (suvaṇṇa˚); Pv-a.43 (ayomaya˚); loha˚; brass plate Pv-a.44; silā˚ stone slab Ja.i.59 etc. When written on it i …

paṭṭaka →

pts

adjective noun made of or forming a strip of cloth; a bandage, strip (of cloth), girdle Vin.ii.136 (paṭṭikā); AN.i.254 (= paṭṭikā C.); Ja.v.359 (aya˚ an iron girdle), Vb-a.230 (paṭṭikā).

fr. paṭṭa

paṭṭhahati →

pts

…Ja.i.117; Pv-a.54 (bhattaṃ), Pv-a.126 (dānaṃ)
pp paṭṭhapita (q.v.).

pa + sthā = P….

paṭṭhapita →

pts

established, or given Pv-a.119 (cp. patiṭṭhāpitatta).

pp. of paṭṭhahati; cp. BSk. prasthapita Divy.514

paṭṭikā →

pts

pekkhin →

pts

adjective looking (in front), in phrase yugamattaṃ p. “looking only the distance of a plough Mil.398.

fr. pekkhati

pesita →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.191 pesit-atta is the C. expln at SN.i.53 (as given at K.S. 320) of pahit-atta (translation “puts forth all…

petattana →

pts

state or condition of a Peta Thag.1128.

abstr. fr. peta

petteyyatā →

pts

…one’s father DN.iii.70 (a˚), DN.iii.145, DN.iii.169; Dhp.332 (= pitari sammāpaṭipatta Dhp-a.iv.34); Cnd.294. Cp….

phala →

pts

…the Path and the progressive attainment (enjoyment, fruition) of Arahantship it is used to denote the realization of having attained each stage of…

phalati →

pts

…in phrase “muddhā sattadhā phaleyya, as a formula of threat or warning “your (or my) head shall split into 7 pieces,” e.g. DN.i.95;…

phalina →

pts

adjective at Ja.v.92 is of doubtful meaning. It cannot very well mean “bearing fruit”, since it is used as epithet of a bird (˚sakuṇī). The Cy expln is sakuṇa-potakānaṃ phalinattā (being a …

phandana →

pts

…Ja.iv.208 sq.; Mil.173. 3. (nt.) throb, trembling, agitation, quivering Ja.vi.7 (˚mattaṃ not even one throb; cp. phandita) Mnd.46…

phandita →

pts

throbbing, flashing; throb MN.ii.24 (˚mattā “by his throbbings only”); pl phanditāni “vapourings,” imaginings Vb.390 (where Vb-a.513 only says “phandanato phanditaṃ”) cp Brethren 344.

pp. of phandati

phanditatta →

pts

Err:509

pharati →

pts

…be read in preference to ˚attaṃ)

pp pharita, phurita & phuṭa; cp. also phuṭṭha; see further anu˚, pari˚.

sphur & sphar;, same root…

phassa →

pts

…Snp.778 (as fundamental of attachment, cp. Snp-a.517); Ja.v.441 (rājā dibba-phassena puṭṭho touched by the divine touch, i.e. fascinated…

phasseti →

pts

to touch, attain Ja.v.251 (rājā dhammaṃ phassayaṃ = C. phassayanto; vv.ll. pa˚ phu˚); Mil.338 (amataṃ, cp. phusati), Mil.340 (phassayeyya…

phassita →

pts

…(doubtful) phassita is found at Ja.v.252 (dhammo phassito; touched, attained where vv.ll. give passita & phussita.

pp….

phusanā →

pts

attainment, gaining, reaching Vism.278 (= phuṭṭha-ṭṭhāna); Dhp-a.i.230 (ñāṇa˚); Vv-a.85 (samādhi˚).

abstr. fr….

phusati →

pts

…only in specific sense of attaining to the highest ideal of religious aspiration, in foll. phrases ceto-samādhiṃ ph. DN.i.13 = DN.iii.30,…

phuṭa →

pts

…by, overflowing with“) is attached to phuṭa in Avīci passage AN.i.159 (Avīci maññe phuṭo ahosi), cp. Anāgata Vaṃsa (J.P.T.S. 1886,…

phuṭita →

pts

…asunder, abstr. nt. phutitattaṃ being tossed about Mil.116 (variant reading put ˚). 2. cracked open, chapped, torn (of feet) Thig.269 (so…

phāla →

pts

…Ja.v.109 (phāle ciraratta-tāpite, variant reading pāle, hale, thāle; corresp. with pakaṭṭhita ayogula), id. Ja.v.113 (ayomayehi…

phāleti →

pts

sīsaṃ (muddhā sattadhā phāleti (cp. adhipāteti & phalati) Dhp-a.i.17 (perhaps better with variant reading…

pi →

pts

indeclinable emphatic particle, as prefix only in pidahati and pilandhati where api˚ also is found (cp. api 1b).

  1. also, and also, even so DN.i.1; Vin.i …

pibati →

pts

…drink; Obulg. piti to drink, also Lat pōtus drink, pōculum beaker (= pātra, P. patta). See also pāyeti to give drink, pāna, pānīya drink,…

pidahati →

pts

…+ dhā, cp. apidahati & Prk. piṇidhattae = Sk. apinidhātave

pisāca →

pts

  1. a demon goblin, sprite DN.i.54 (T. pesācā, variant reading pisācā, explained at DN-a.i.164 as “pisācā mahanta-mahantā sattā ti vadati”), DN.i.93; SN.i.209; AN.iii.69; Ud.5; Ja.i.235; Ja.iv.495 (y …

pisīla →

pts

…or patta “bowl” MN.iii.235 (passage quite misunderstood by Neumann in his translation iii.414).

Sk….

pivati →

pts

…drink; Obulg. piti to drink, also Lat pōtus drink, pōculum beaker (= pātra, P. patta). See also pāyeti to give drink, pāna, pānīya drink,…

piya →

pts

Piya1

adjective dear, in two applications (as stated Mnd.133 = Cnd.444, viz dve piyā: sattā vā piyā sankhārā vā piyā, with ref. to living beings, to sensations):

  1. dear, beloved (as fath …

piyatta →

pts

belovedness, pleasantness AN.v.164 sq.; Sdhp.66.

abstr. fr. piya1

piṇḍa →

pts

…Avs.i.248

  • -pātikatta (abstract to preceding) the state of eating alms-food, a characteristic of the Buddhist bhikkhu MN.iii.41…

piṇḍika →

pts

(-˚) in chatta˚-vivara is a little doubtful, the phrase prob. means “a crevice in the covering (i.e. the round mass) of the canopy or…

pokkhara →

pts

…+), Vin.i.238 (id.).

  • -patta a lotus leaf Snp.625; Dhp.401 (= paduma-patta Dhp-a.iv.166); Mil.250. *…

pubba →

pts

…cp. pub baratt-âparattaṃ Dhp-a.iv.129.

  • -āpariya former future, first & last Ud.61 (˚vivesa);
  • -ābhoga

pubbāpeti →

pts

occurs only in one phrase (gattāni pubbāpayamāno) at MN.i.161 & AN.iii.345 ≈ AN.iii.402 in meaning “drying again”; at both A pass. the vv. ll (glosses) are “sukkhāpayamāno” and “pubba-sadisāni kuru …

puggala →

pts

-vemattatā difference between individuals SN.ii.21; SN.v.200 Snp.p.102 (= ˚nānatta…

pulaka →

pts

…Here belongs pulasa-patta of Ja.iii.478. (vv.ll. pulā˚, mūlā˚ mulā˚; explained by C. as “saṇhāṇi…

puna →

pts

…Pv-a.19, Pv-a.38.

  • -nivattati to turn back again SN.i.177
  • -bbhava renewed existence, new birth DN.ii.15; SN.i.133;…

puneti →

pts

…perhaps also at Thag.533 (sattayugaṃ), although Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. takes it = punāti and Mrs. Rh. D. translates “lifts to lustrous…

punāti →

pts

…Ja.vi.108 (angāraṃ p. = attano sīse angāre p. okirati C. so read with variant reading for phunati T.); DN-a.i.268 (bhusaṃ pumanto viya…

puppha →

pts

Mil trsl. ii.211

  • -cchatta a parasol with flowers Dhp-a.i.110.
  • -dāna offering of flowers Vb-a.336. *…

pure →

pts

…door Ja.ii.153.

  • -bhatta the early meal morning meal, breakfast [cp. BSk. purobhaktakā Divy.307] Vv-a.120; Pv-a.109; …

purima →

pts

…the day before).

  • -attabhāva a former existence Vv-a.78; Pv-a.83, Pv-a.103 Pv-a.119. *…

purisatta →

pts

manhood, virility Dhs.634, Dhs.715, Dhs.839.

abstr. fr. purisa

purisattana →

pts

manhood Mil.171.

= purisatta, cp. Trenckner, Notes 7037

puthatta →

pts

…diversity SN.ii.77 (opp ekatta; variant reading SS puthatta). At AN.iv.97 we have to read puth’ attānaṃ for puthuttānaṃ which has…

puthu →

pts

adjective

  1. (= pṛthak) separated, individual adv. separated, individual, adv. separately, each (see [given as puthag eva Kacc. 29](/define/given as puthag eva Kacc. 29)) SN.i.75 (puthu attā individu …

puthutta →

pts

…diversity SN.ii.77 (opp ekatta; variant reading SS puthatta). At AN.iv.97 we have to read puth’ attānaṃ for puthuttānaṃ which has…

puttatta →

pts

sonship Dhp-a.i.89.

fr. putta

puṇḍarīka →

pts

…Ja.v.215 (˚ttac’ angī = ratta-paduma-patta-vaṇṇasarīrā); Vv.44#12 (= seta-kamala Vv-a.191); Pv.ii.12#2 Pv.iii.3#3 (pokkharaṇī bahu…

puṇṇa →

pts

…Ja.i.267; Ja.v.215

  • -patta a full bowl (as gift, ˚ṃ deti to give an ample gift Ja.iii.535.
  • -baddha

puṇṇatta →

pts

fulness Snp-a.502.

abstr. ro puṇṇa

puṭa →

pts

…Vism.251 = Vb-a.234. -bhatta “bag-food,” viaticum provisions for journey Ja.ii.423; Kp-a.46. -bheda

puṭaka →

pts

…or basket Ja.ii.83 (˚bhatta = provisions); DN-a.i.263; Dhp-a.ii.82 (variant reading piṭaka & kutaka); Dhp-a.iv.132 (pockets of a…

puṭṭhatta →

pts

the fact of being fed or brought up by Ja.ii.405 (vaḍḍhakinā ˚ā).

abstr. fr. puṭṭha1

pāka →

pts

that which is cooked, cooking, quantity cooked Ja.vi.161 (tīhi pākehi pacitvā); Vv-a.186. Esp. in foll. combination tela˚; “oil cooking,” an oil decoction Vin.ii.105; thāli˚; a th. full of cookin …

pākāra →

pts

an encircling wall, put up for obstruction and protection, a fence rampart Vin.ii.121 (3 kinds: made of bricks, of stone or of wood, viz. iṭṭhakā˚, silā, dāru˚); Vin.iv.266 (id.) MN.iii.11; SN.iv.194 …

pāleti →

pts

…as viharati, iriyati, vattati, pāleti yapeti, yāpeti at Cnd.237; Vb.252; Dhs-a.167. Cp pālana. So also in phrase atthaṃ pāleti (so…

pāmokkha →

pts

…agga seṭṭha pāmokkha attama, in exegesis of mahā (at Cnd.502 A e.g. , when AN.ii.95 reads mokkha for p.). See mahā….

pāna →

pts

…vessel (= Sk. pātra, P. patta) drink, including water as well as any other liquid Often combined with anna˚; (food), e.g. Snp.485, Snp.487;…

pānaka →

pts

…Dāvs v.2; Dhp-a.iii.207 (amba˚); Vv-a.99, Vv-a.291
■ Der. pānakatta (abstr. nt.) being provided with drink Ja.v.243 (a˚).

fr….

pāpeti →

pts

…make attain, to let go to, to cause to reach, to bring to Ja.iv.494; Ja.v.205, Ja.v.260; DN-a.i.136. imper. pāpaya

pāpuṇana →

pts

attainment Ja.iv.306.

fr. pāpuṇāti

pāpuṇāti →

pts

…Vb-a.223
grd pattabba SN.i.129; SN.ii.28; Snp-a.433
pp patta;
caus pāpeti2

pāramī →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.84.

  • -ppatta (pārami˚) having attained perfection MN.iii.28; Cnd.435; Mil.21 Mil.22; cp. Mil trsl. i.34.

abstr. fr….

pāribhaṭya →

pts

(& der.) “petting (or spoiling) the children” (Mil trsl. ii.287) but perhaps more likely “fondness of being petted” or “nurture (as Vism trsl. 32) (being carried about like on the lap or the back …

pāricchatta →

pts

Err:501

pāricchattaka →

pts

…Vv-a.110; Pv-a.137.

Epic Sk. pārijāta, but P. fr. pari + chatta + ka, in pop. etym. “shading all round”

pārivattaka →

pts

adjective = pari˚; changing, turning round (of cīvara) Vin.iv.59, Vin.iv.60. Parivasika = pari

pārivāsika →

pts

…= pari˚

(a probationer), Vin.i.136; Vin.ii.31 sq., where distinguished from a pakatatta bhikkhu, a regular, ordained bh. to whom a…

pāsāda →

pts

…upari˚); Sdhp.299
satta-bhū- maka˚; a tower with 7 platforms Ja.i.227, Ja.i.346; Ja.iv.323 Ja.iv.378; Ja.v.426, Ja.v.577. The…

pāti FIXME double →

pts

…Ja.vi.510 (kañcana˚); Vv-a.65; Pv-a.274.

the femin. of patta, which is Vedic pātra (nt.); to this the f. Ved. pātrī

pātī →

pts

…Ja.vi.510 (kañcana˚); Vv-a.65; Pv-a.274.

the femin. of patta, which is Vedic pātra (nt.); to this the f. Ved. pātrī

pāvaka →

pts

…(m.) the fire SN.i.69; AN.iv.97; Dhp.71, Dhp.140; Ja.iv.26; Ja.v.63 (= kaṇha-vattanin) Ja.vi.236 (= aggi C.); Pv.i.8#5; Vism.170 (=…

pāṇa →

pts

…assāsapassās’ āyatta-vuttitāyā ti attho“ Vism.310.

  • -ātipāta destruction of life, murder Vin.i.83 (in “dasa…

pāṇi →

pts

…by hands Vv-a.96.

  • -matta of the size of a hand, a handful Pv-a.70, Pv-a.116, Pv-a.119.
  • -ssara hand sound hand…

pāṭhaka →

pts

…knows, expert Mnd.382 (nakkhatta˚); Ja.i.455 (asi-lakkhaṇa˚); Ja.ii.21 (angavijjā˚), Ja.ii.250 (id.); Ja.v.211 (lakkhaṇa˚ fortune-teller…

pāṭipada →

pts

…the first day of the lunar fortnight Vin.i.132; Ja.iv.100; Vv-a.72 (˚sattamī).

fr. paṭi + pad, see patipajjati & cp. paṭipadā

pāṭipadaka →

pts

…only with ref. to bhatta (food & in combn with pakkhika & uposathika, i.e. food given on the half-moon days,…

pīta →

pts

…pāsāda, āsana, bhojana, chatta, ratha, assa, bījanī the C. expln of pīta at this passage is “suvaṇṇa”; cp Vv.36#1 (=…

pīḷana →

pts

…cp….

pīṇeti →

pts

to gladden please, satisfy, cheer; to invigorate, make strong, often in phrase (attānaṃ) sukheti pīṇeti “makes happy and pleases” DN.i.51; DN.iii.130 sq.; SN.i.90; SN.iv.331; Pv-a.283 cp. Dhs-a.40 …

pūra →

pts

…in kucchi-pūraṃ to his belly’s fill Ja.iii.268; Vism.108 (udara-pūra-mattaṃ).

cp. Class. Sk. pūra; fr. pṛ; see…

pūratta →

pts

getting or being full, fulness Vin.ii.239 (opp. unattaṃ).

abstr. fr. pūra

pūreti →

pts

…ratanehi); Dhp-a.iv.200 (pattaṃ); Pv-a.100 (bhaṇḍassa), Pv-a.145 (suvaṇṇassa). 2. to fulfil Dhp-a.i.68. 3. (Caus.) to make fill…

racati →

pts

…at Dhtp.546 by “paṭiyattane” (with variant reading car), and given at No. 542 as variant reading of pac in meaning “vitthāre.” …

rahita →

pts

  1. lonely, forsaken Thig.373 (gantum icchasi rahitaṃ bhiṃsanakaṃ mahāvanaṃ).
  2. deprived of, without (-˚) Ja.iii.369 (buddhiyā rahitā sattā); DN-a.i.36 (avaṇṇa˚); Pv-a.63 (bhoga˚), Pv-a.67 (ācāra˚ …

rajana →

pts

…mūla˚, khandha˚, taca˚, patta˚, puppha˚, phala˚ or made of the root, the trunk, bark, leaf, flower, fruit of trees) Thag.965; SN.ii.101 (here…

rajanīya →

pts

…vā rattīsu, ye ti nipātamattaṃ“ and “virocasi rattiyaṃ.” Thus rajanī is here taken directly as “night” (cp. Abhp.69)
■ At…

rajata →

pts

silver DN.i.5 (explained at DN-a.i.78 as a general name for all coins except gold: kahāpaṇas etc.); SN.i.92; Snp.962 (in simile explained at Mnd.478 as jātarūpa), Ja.v.50; Ja.v.416 (hema˚ gold & silv …

rajjati →

pts

…aor. arañji Vin.i.36 = Ja.i.83 (na yiṭṭhe na hute arañjiṃ)
pp ratta.

cp. Sk. rajyati, raj or rañj, Med. of…

rakkhati →

pts

  1. to protect, shelter, save, preserve Snp.220; Ja.iv.255 (maṃ rakkheyyātha); Ja.vi.589 (= pāleti); Pv.ii.9#43 (dhanaṃ); Mil.166 (rukkhaṃ), Mil.280 (attānaṃ rakkheyya save himself); Pv-a.7
    grd * …

rakkhita →

pts

…as watchers.“

  • -atta one who guards his character SN.i.154; Ja.i.412; Snp-a.324.
  • -indriya

randhaka →

pts

(-˚) adjective one who cooks, cooking, a cook Ja.iv.431 (bhatta˚).

fr. randhati 2

rasa →

pts

…mukhe pakkhitta-matte satta rasa-haraṇi-sahassāni amaten eva phutāni ahesuṃ). Older passages are: Vin.ii.137; DN.iii.167 (referring to…

rasatta →

pts

taste, sweetness Snp-a.299.

fr. rasa

rassatta →

pts

shortness, reduction (of vowel) Dhs-a.149.

fr. rassa

ratana →

pts

…dve vidatthiyo ratanaṃ; satta r. yaṭṭhi) Ja.v.36 (vīsaṃr-sataṃ); Ja.vi.401 (˚mattaṃ); Vv-a.321 (so given by Hardy in Index as…

rati →

pts

love, attachment, pleasure, liking for (loc.), fondness of SN.i.133 (˚ṃ paccanubhavati), SN.i.207; SN.iii.256; Snp.41 (= anukkhaṇṭhit…

ratta →

pts

…manuscripts read rattam-ahā for rattaṁ aho, which corresponds to the Vedic phrase aho-rātraṁ (= Pali ahorattaṁ). The P.T.S….

ratti →

pts

…AN.v.85 sq.; adverbially satta-rattin-divaṃ a week Dhp-a.i.108. As adv. in acc. sg.: rattin-divaṃ night and day AN.iii.57; Snp.507,…

raṅga →

pts

…MN.i.385; Vb-a.331.

  • -ratta dyed crimson Vin.i.185 = Vin.i.306

fr. raj1, rajati, to be coloured or to have…

re →

pts

…vata re* wish I would! Pv.ii.9#45 (re ti ālapanaṃ Pv-a.131); no ca vata re vattabbe but indeed good sir… (Kv.1).

shortened for…

reṇu →

pts

…Ja.i.233 (mahā-tumba-matta), Ja.i.349 (pupphato reṇuṃ gaṇhāti); Ja.iii.320; Ja.v.39 (puppha˚); Ja.vi.530 (padumakinjakkha˚);…

rocati →

pts

…(vadhaṃ); Ja.i.142 (devadattassa laddhiṃ r.); Ja.v.178 (pabbajjaṃ roc’ ahaṃ = rocemi C.), Ja.v.226 (kammaṃ). Freq. with dhammaṃ to…

roga →

pts

…is “roga rujana-sabhāvattaṃ.” There are many diff enumerations of rogas and sets of standard combinations, of which the foll. may be…

rohañña →

pts

…C. explains by ratta-vaṇṇā). Kern

Toevoegselen

s. v. proposes rohiñño = *rohiṇyah, (cp. pokkharaṇī for ˚iṇī) red…

rohiṇī →

pts

…Name of a nakkhatta or constellation (“red cow”) Snp-a.456; Mhvs.19, Mhvs.47. 3. Name of a river Snp-a.357.

cp. Vedic rohiṇī…

rosanā →

pts

making angry, causing anger, being angry Vb.86 (hiṃsanā +), explained at Vb-a.75 by ghaṭṭanā. Cp. BSk. roṣaṇī Avs.i.178.

abstr. fr. rosati

ruccanaka →

pts

…karosi you do whatever you like). ; unpleasant, distasteful Dhp-a.i.251 (attano aruccanakaṃ kiñci kammaṃ adisvā).

fr. ruccana, cp….

ruccati →

pts

…ruciṃ uppādema, taṃ attano ruciyā pivissāmā ti attho Pv-a.59)
■ Prohibitive mā rucci (pl. mā rucittha) as an entreaty not to…

ruci →

pts

…in phrases attano ruciyā (attano citta-ruciyā: so read for ˚ruciyaṃ!); as one pleases, by one’s own free will, ad lib. Ja.i.106;…

rujana →

pts

…his back ached).

fr. ruj, cp….

rukkha →

pts

…(mentioned with paṃsukūlikatta piṇḍapātikatta); AN.iii.109 (id.). -sunakha “tree dog, a cert. animal Ja.vi.538 (C….

ruppana →

pts

molestation, vexation, trouble Ja.iii.368 (= ghaṭṭana dūsana kuppana C.). Frequent in allegorical exegesis of rūpa, e.g. at Dhs-a.52 (naman aṭṭhena nāmaṃ ruppan’ aṭṭhena rūpaṃ), Dhs-a.303 (rūp’ ādīh …

ruppati →

pts

to be vexed, oppressed, hurt, molested (always with ref. to an illness or pain Snp.767 (salla-viddho va r.) Snp.1121; Mnd.5 (= kuppati ghaṭṭiyati, pīḷiyati); Cnd.543 (= kuppati pīḷayati ghaṭayati)

rāga →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.112;

  • -ratta affected with passion SN.i.136; Snp.795 (As -rāgin, cp Mnd.100 = kāma-guṇesu ratta).

cp….

rājan →

pts

…represented by the mahāmatta, the active head of the state. His 10 duties are mentioned at several places (see below…

rājā →

pts

…represented by the mahāmatta, the active head of the state. His 10 duties are mentioned at several places (see below…

rāsi →

pts

…are spoken of, viz. micchatta-niyato rāsi, sammatta-niyato r., anivato r. or “wrong doing entailing immutable evil results, that of…

rūhati →

pts

Rūhati1

  1. to grow, spread Iti.67; Ja.iv.408 (akkhīni rūhiṃsu; also ppr. med. ruyhamāna), Ja.v.368; Ja.vi.360.
  2. to heal (of a wound), close up Vin.i.206 (vaṇo na rūhati).
  3. to have e …

rūpa →

pts

…e.g. in: anupatta˚ attaining Pv.iv.1#66; taramāna˚ quickly Pv.ii.6#2; yutta˚ fit Pv-a.157; sucitta˚ variegated Pv.i.10#9

rūpaka →

pts

form, figure; likeness of, image (-˚); representation Vin.ii.113 (rūpak’ okiṇṇāni pattāni of painted bowls); Thig.394 (see *ruppa*˚); Dhp-a.i.370 (maṇi˚ jewelled image); Dhp-a.ii.6 …

rūpatta →

pts

lit. “form-hood,” i.e. shaping (being) shape(d) SN.iii.87 (rūpaṃ rūpattāya sankhātaṃ).

abstr. fr. rūpa

rūpin →

pts

…(attā etc.), DN.i.195 (attapaṭilābho r. manomayo); DN.iii.111 DN.iii.139; MN.ii.229; SN.iii.46 (r. arūpī saññī…

sa →

pts

-upādāna showing attachment MN.ii.265; -upādisesa having the substratum of life remaining Snp.354; Iti.38 Ne.92. Opp. anupādisesa;…

sabba →

pts

…Dhp-a.ii.151 (mahāmatta)
■ profitable to all Mil.373 (T. ṭṭh). of kammaṭṭhāna Snp-a.ii.54;…

sabhāva →

pts

…Mil.360; Pv-a.39 (ummattaka˚), Pv-a.98 (santa˚), Pv-a.219. 2. character, disposition, behaviour Pv-a.13, Pv-a.35 (ullumpana˚),…

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 …

saddha →

pts

…Com. ib. 360 has saddhā-bhattaṃ, a funeral repast (variant reading saddha-˚) Thus it seems to be confused with saddhā.

cp. Epic Sk. &…

sadā →

pts

…Pv.iv.1#30.

  • -matta “always revelling,” Name of a palace Ja.i.363 sq (cp. Divy.603); a class of devas…

sagga →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.4.

sahassa →

pts

thousand, used as a singular with a noun in the plural, sahassaṃ vācā Dhp.100; satasahassaṃ vassāni Ja.i.29; also in the plural after other numerals cattāri satasahassāni chaḷabhiññā Bv.ii.204 = J …

sahāya →

pts

…(?) Ja.v.339; --matta companion Ja.iv.76; --sampadā the good luck of having companions Snp.47; adiṭṭha-˚; a friend who has…

sahāyatā →

pts

companionship Dhp.61; sahāyatta (nt.) the same Mhvs.30, Mhvs.21.

abstr. fr. sahāya

sajati →

pts

…abhisiñcati), Ja.vi.205 (C. attano upari sajati [i.e. sajati1] abbhukkirati). On C. readings cp. Kern, Toev ii.51.

svaj; Dhtp.74,…

sajjati →

pts

…ppr. (a)sajjamāna (un)-attached Snp.28, Snp.466; Ja.iii.352. 2. to hesitate Ja.i.376 (asajjitvā without hesitation)

pp satta1

sakadāgāmin →

pts

…more than once; one who has attained the second grade of saving wisdom Vin.i.293; DN.i.156, DN.i.229; DN.iii.107; MN.i.34; SN.iii.168; AN.i.120,…

sakamana →

pts

is Bdhgh’s expln of attamana (q.v.), e.g. DN-a.i.129, DN-a.i.255.

saka + mana

sakaraṇīya →

pts

…+…

sakiñcana →

pts

…something; (applied) with attachment, full of worldly attachment Snp.620; Dhp.i.246; Dhp.396 (= rāg’ādīhi kiñcanehi sakiñcana…

sakkatta →

pts

…the position as the ruler of the devas MN.iii.65; Ja.i.315; Vism.301 (brahmatta +). -rajja a kingdom rivalling Sakka’s Ja.i.315.

fr….

sakkuṇeyyatta →

pts

possibility; ; impossibility Pv-a.48.

abstr. fr. sakkuṇeyya, grd. of sakkoti

sakkāya →

pts

the body in being, the existing body or group (= -nikāya q.v.); as a t.t. in P. psychology almost equal to individuality; identified with the five khandhas MN.i.299; SN.iii.159; …

sakuṇa →

pts

…cry of birds Mil.178.

  • -vatta the habit (i.e. life) of a bird Ja.v.254.
  • -vijjā bird craft, augury (i.e….

salla →

pts

…Cp. vi˚.

  • -katta [*kartṛ cp. Geiger P.Gr. § 90, 4] “one who works on the (poisoned) arrow,” i.e. a…

salākā →

pts

…tickets Vin.ii.84.

  • -bhatta food to be distributed by tickets Vin.i.58, Vin.i.96; Vin.ii.175; Ja.i.123; Dhp-a.i.53 (eight…

sama →

pts

-vibhatta in equal shares Ja.i.266.

  • -sama exactly the same DN.i.123; DN.ii.136 Pp.64; Mil.410;…

samacchidagatta →

pts

adjective with mangled limbs Snp.673.

sam + ā + chida + gatta

samadhigacchati →

pts

to attain Thag.4; aor. samajjhagā Iti.83; 3rd pl. samajjhagaṃ SN.i.103.

saṃ + adhigacchati

samaggatta →

pts

agreement, consent Vin.i.316.

abstr. fr. samagga

samannāgata →

pts

…“-mant“); Pv-a.46, Pv-a.73
■ nt. abstr. -annāgatatta Pv-a.49.

saṃ + anvāgata

samanta →

pts

…DN-a.i.84

  • -bhaddakatta complete auspiciousness, perfect loveliness Snp-a.444; Vb-a.132.
  • -rahita entirely gone…

samanupassati →

pts

…ppr. med. -passamāno DN.ii.66; inf -passituṃ Vin.i.14; rūpaṃ attato samanupassati to regard form as self SN.iii.42.

saṃ +…

samatitthika →

pts

…Mil.121; Vism.170 (pattaṃ ˚tittikaṃ pūretvā; variant reading ˚titthikaṃ); AN.iii.403; Vin.i.230; Vin.iv.190 often written…

samativattati →

pts

to transcend, overcome Snp.768, cp. Mnd.10.

saṃ + ativattati

samatta →

pts

…fr. sama3

Samatta2

  1. accomplished, brought to an end AN.ii.193; Snp.781 = paripuṇṇa Mnd.65.
  2. [cp. Sk. samasta, pp….

samavattakkhandha →

pts

Dial. ii.15: “his bust is equally rounded.”

sama + vatta + kh., but BSk. sasaṃvṛtta˚

samavattasaṃvāsa →

pts

living together with the same duties, on terms of equality Ja.i.236.

sama + vatta1 + saṃvāsa

samaya →

pts

…at midnight Pv-a.155; cp. ratta˚. 4. proper time, due season, opportunity, occasion Snp.388; Vin.iv.77; Bv.ii.181; Mhvs.22, Mhvs.59; Vb-a.283…

samaṇa →

pts

wanderer, recluse, religieux AN.i.67; DN.iii.16 DN.iii.95 sq., DN.iii.130 sq.; SN.i.45; Dhp.184; of a non-Buddhist (tāpasa) Ja.iii.390; an edifying etymology of the word Dhp-a.iii.84: “samita-pāpat …

sambandhati →

pts

sambajjhati is united, attached to Ja.iii.7; ger. sambandhitvā Vin.i.274; Vin.ii.116
pp sambaddha.

saṃ + bandhati

sambhajati →

pts

…Ja.iii.108 Pot. sambhajeyya ibid. (C. samāgaccheyya)
pp sambhatta.

saṃ + bhajati

sambhama →

pts

confusion, excitement; ˚-patta overwhelmed with excitement Ja.iv.433.

saṃ + bhama, fr. bhram

sambhatta →

pts

…of…

sambhūta →

pts

arisen from, produced Snp.272 (atta˚ self-; cp. Snp-a.304; attabhāva-pariyāye attani s.); SN.i.134.

pp. of sambhavati

sambodha →

pts

…pubbe sambodhā, before attaining insight MN.i.17, MN.i.163; MN.ii.211; MN.iii.157; SN.ii.5 SN.ii.10; SN.iv.6, SN.iv.8, SN.iv.97, SN.iv.233;…

sambodhi →

pts

-patta having attained enlightenment, an Arahant Snp.503, Snp.696

  • -parāyana that which has enlightenment as its…

samijjhiṭṭha →

pts

ordered, requested Ja.vi.12 (= āṇatta C.).

saṃ + ajjhiṭṭha

samitatta →

pts

state of being quieted Dhp.265.

fr. samita3

sammada →

pts

drowsiness after a meal DN.ii.195; AN.i.3; AN.v.83; Ja.ii.63; bhatta-˚ SN.i.7; Ja.vi.57.

saṃ + mada

sammatta →

pts

…C.; variant reading ˚patta, as under matta2).

saṃ + matta2

Sammatta2

neuter correctness, righteousness…

sammaṭṭha →

pts

swept, cleaned, polished, smooth Vin.iii.119 (su˚); Ja.i.10; Ja.iii.395 (smooth) Spelt -maṭṭa at Mil.15.

pp. of sammajjati

sammuti →

pts

…statement Vin.i.123 (ummattaka˚); AN.iv.347 (vādaka˚); Vb-a.164 (bhuñjaka˚). 7. a popular expression, a mere name or word Mil.28. 8….

sammā →

pts

…DN.i.13; DN-a.i.104. -vattanā strict, proper, conduct Vin.i.46, Vin.i.50; Vin.ii.5. -vācā right…

sampadā →

pts

…adhigama˚ pubbahetu˚, attattha-paripucchā˚, titthavāsa˚ yoniso-manasikāra˚, buddh’ûpanissaya˚
■ Cp. the following:…

samparibhinna →

pts

adjective broken up Ja.vi.113 (˚gatta).

saṃ + paribhinna

samparivatta →

pts

adjective rolling about Dhp.325.

saṃ + parivatta

samparivattaka →

pts

…Mil.357; samparivattakaṃ (adv.) in a rolling about manner MN.ii.138; samparivattakaṃ-samparivattakaṃ continually turning (it)…

samparivattati →

pts

…Ja.i.140; pp. samparivatta. Caus. samparivatteti [cp. BSk. ˚parivartayati to wring…

sampatta →

pts

reached, arrived, come to, present Ja.iv.142; Mil.9, Mil.66; Pv-a.12; Kp-a.142; Snp-a.295; Sdhp.56.

pp. of sampāpuṇāti

sampattakajāta →

pts

merged in, given to Ud.75.

read sammattaka (?)

sampatti →

pts

  1. success, attainment; happiness, bliss, fortune (opp. vipatti) AN.iv.26, AN.iv.160; Vism.58 Vism.232; Ja.iv.3 (dibba˚);…

sampavattar →

pts

an instigator AN.iii.133.

saṃ + pavattar

samphusitatta →

pts

the state of having been brought into touch with Dhs.2, Dhs.71.

abstr. fr. samphusita

sampāpuṇāti →

pts

to reach, attain; to come to, meet with; aor. sampāpuṇi Ja.i.67; Ja.ii.20; pp. sampatta -Caus. sampāpeti to bring, to make attain Vism.303.

saṃ + pāpuṇāti

samudda →

pts

…Mil.85 sq. (viz “yattakaṃ udakaṃ tattakaṃ loṇaṃ,” and vice versa) the eye etc. (the senses), an ocean which engulfs all…

samudācarati →

pts

…kāya-vacī-dvāraṃ sampatta s. MN-a.182) 2. to occur to, to befall, beset, assail MN.i.109, MN.i.112 MN.i.453; SN.ii.273; Iti.31;…

samudācaritatta →

pts

practice Mil.59.

abstr. fr. samudācarita, pp. of samudācarati

samudānaya →

pts

adjective to be procured or attained Ja.iii.313 (su˚).

grd. of samudāneti

samudāneti →

pts

to collect, procure, attain get MN.i.104; Snp.295
pp -ānīta.

saṃ + ud + āneti; cp. BSk. samudānayati Divy.26, Divy.50, Divy.490;…

samudāvaṭa →

pts

restrained Dhs-a.75.

saṃ + ud + āvaṭa? Better read as saṃ + udāvatta

samādhi →

pts

…Vism.371

  • -saṃvattanika conducive to concentration AN.ii.57; SN.iv.272 sq.; DN.iii.245; Dhs.1344. *…

samāhita →

pts

…Dhp.362; Iti.119; Pp.35; Vin.iii.4; Mil.300; Vism.410; Mnd.501 3. having attained SN.i.48 (cp. K.S. i.321 & Mil.352).

pp. of samādahati

samānatta →

pts

adjective equanimous, of even mind AN.iv.364.

samāna + attan

samānattatā →

pts

equanimity, impartiality AN.ii.32 = AN.ii.248; AN.iv.219, AN.iv.364; DN.iii.152, DN.iii.190 sq., DN.iii.232.

abstr. fr. last

samāpajjati →

pts

…Ja.i.77; arahattamaggaṃ AN.ii.42 sq.; Vin.i.32; saññāvedayitanirodhaṃ to attain the trance of cessation SN.iv.293;…

samāpajjita →

pts

attained, reached, got into DN.ii.109 (parisā ˚pubbā).

pp. of ˚āpajjati

samāpanna →

pts

…AN.ii.42 (arahatta-maggaṃ entered the Path); Dhp.264 (icchālobha˚ given to desire); Kv.572 (in special sense attaining the…

samāpattesiya →

pts

adjective longing for attainment Kv.502 sq.

samāpatti + esiya, adj. to esikā

samāpatti →

pts

…and samādhi Vin.i.97; AN.iii.417 sq.; cp. Cpd. 59, 133 n. 3 -bhāvanā realizing the attainments Ja.i.67; -kusalatā success in…

samāpeti →

pts

to complete, conclude Mhvs.5, Mhvs.280; Mhvs.30, Mhvs.55; DN-a.i.307 (desanaṃ)
pp samatta2.

saṃ + āpeti

samūhatatta →

pts

abolition MN.iii.151.

abstr. fr. samūhata

sandiyyati →

pts

sandīyati to be vexed, to resent SN.ii.200 sq.; Ja.vi.570 (spelt wrongly sandhīyati C. explains as “manku hoti”).

saṃ + diyyati(= dīyati) = Sk. dīyate of dyati, i.e. 2 to cut: see * …

sannissita →

pts

based on, connected with, attached to Vism.43, Vism.118, Vism.120, Vism.554 (viññāṇa is “hadaya-vatthu˚”; cp. Vb-a.163).

saṃ +…

sannivaṭṭa →

pts

returning, return Vin.i.139 sq.

= saṃ + nivatta

sant →

pts

…Compar. santatara Iti.62;
■ superl. sattama (q.v.).

ppr. of atthi

santa →

pts

…wearied, exhausted Dhp.60; Ja.i.498; Pv.ii.9#36 (= parissama-patta Pv-a.127).

pp. of sammati2

santacā →

pts

bark Ja.v.202 (sattacaṃ?).

?

santappati →

pts

…Ja.iii.153
pp santatta1 Caus. -tāpeti to burn, scorch, torment MN.i.128; SN.iv.56 sq
pp…

santasati →

pts

…Ja.ii.398
pp santasita santatta.

saṃ + tasati2

santatta →

pts

Santatta1

heated, glowing DN.ii.335; MN.i.453; SN.i.169 (divasa˚); Ja.iv.118; Mil.325; Pv-a.38 (soka˚).

pp. of…

santhambhanā →

pts

-thambhitatta (nt.) stiffening, stiffness, rigidity Dhs.636; Dhs-a.324; Ja.i.10 (a-santhambhana-bhāva).

abstr. fr. santhambhati

santhata →

pts

…Snp.668
dhamani˚gatta having the body strewn with veins, emaciated Vin.iii.146 = Ja.ii.283; Ja.i.346, Ja.i.350 & passim (see…

santusita →

pts

contented, pleased, happy SN.iii.45 (˚tussit’ attā); Snp.1040; Dhp.362 (= suṭṭhu tusita Dhp-a.iv.90); Mhbv.31 (ss).

pp. of santussati

santussita →

pts

contented, pleased, happy SN.iii.45 (˚tussit’ attā); Snp.1040; Dhp.362 (= suṭṭhu tusita Dhp-a.iv.90); Mhbv.31 (ss).

pp. of santussati

sapati →

pts

to swear, curse SN.i.225; Ja.v.104, Ja.v.397; Mhvs.25, Mhvs.113; Vv-a.336
pp satta3.

śap, cp. Dhtp.184 “akkose”

sapatta →

pts

…rival Thig.347; Thag-a.242; sapattarājā a rival king Ja.i.358; Ja.ii.94; Ja.iii.416; asapatta without enmity Snp.150; sapatta (m.) a rival,…

sapattabhāra →

pts

…MN.i.180 MN.i.268; AN.ii.210; Pp.58.

sa3 + patta1 + bhāra

sapattaka →

pts

adjective hostile, full of enmity DN.i.227.

fr. last

sara →

pts

…lakes (mahā-sarā viz. Anotatta, Sīhapapāta, Rathakāra, Kaṇṇamuṇḍa Kuṇāla, Chaddanta, Mandākini) AN.iv.101; DN.i.54; Ja.ii.92;…

sarikkhatta →

pts

likeness Dhs-a.63; as sarikkhakatta (kamma˚) at Dhs-a.347.

fr. sarikkha

sarāva →

pts

cup, saucer AN.i.161; Ja.i.8; MN.iii.235 (for patta); Mil.282; DN-a.i.298; Pv-a.244, Pv-a.251.

Sk. śarāva

sata →

pts

…1891–⁠93 p.5

  • -patta the Indian crane (or woodpecker?) Ja.ii.153 Ja.ii.388; Mil.404.
  • -padī a centipede AN.ii.73;…

sati →

pts

…AN.i.99. -vepullappatta having attained a clear conscience Vin.ii.79 -saṃvara restraint in mindfulness Vism.7;…

satta FIXME double →

pts

Sattava = satta2

Ja.v.351. Cp. Lal.520.

a diaeretic sattva

satta →

pts

…7 weeks Dhp-a.i.86; cp. satta-satta-divasā Ja.v.443.

sattadhā →

pts

…Ja.v.493; Dhp-a.i.17, Dhp-a.i.41. Cp phalati. Sattapanni-rukkha

fr. satta4, cp. dvidhā

sattakkhattuṃ →

pts

…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…

sattali →

pts

…perhaps at Thig.260 for pattali (q.v.), which is explained as kadali (-makula) at Thag-a.211.

cp. Sk….

sattama →

pts

…fr. sant

Sattama2

(num. ord.) the seventh DN.i.89; Snp.103
■ f. -mī Snp.437. Often in loc. -divase on the…

sattapaṇṇi-rukkha →

pts

Sattapaṇṇi-rukkha

Name of a tree Mhvs.30, Mhvs.47; cp. sattapaṇṇi-guhā Name of a cave Kp-a.95.

sattarasa →

pts

cardinal number seventeen Vin.i.77; Vin.iv.112 (˚vaggiyā bhikkhū, group of 17).

satta4 + rasa2 = dasa

sattari →

pts

Err:509

sattati →

pts

seventy DN.ii.256; Tha-ap.118, Tha-ap.126 & passim. As sattari at SN.ii.59; Tha-ap.248 & passim.

cp. Sk. saptati

sattatta →

pts

state of having existence DN.i.29.

abstr. fr. satta2

sattava →

pts

Sattava = satta2

Ja.v.351. Cp. Lal.520.

a diaeretic sattva

sattha →

pts

śās

Sattha5

adjective able, competent Ja.iii.173 (= samattha C.).

wrong for satta = śakta

Sattha6

breathed: see…

satthaka →

pts

Satthaka1

neuter a knife, scissors Vin.ii.115 (daṇḍa˚, with a handle); Ja.v.254 (as one of the 8 parikkhāras); Mil.282. aya˚; at Ja.v.338 read -paṭṭaka.

  • *-[nisādana](/define/nisād …

sattu →

pts

…enemy Ja.v.94 (acc. pl. sattavo); Vism.234 (˚nimmathana).

Vedic śatru

Sattu2

barley-meal, flour Vin.ii.116 (satthu); Mnd.372;…

sayatatta →

pts

at SN.i.14 read saṃyatatta.

sañcetanā →

pts

…intention AN.ii.159 (atta˚, para˚); DN.iii.231 (id.) SN.ii.11, SN.ii.40, SN.ii.99 (mano˚); SN.ii.39 sq., SN.ii.247; SN.iii.60, SN.iii.227…

sañcetayitatta →

pts

reflection Dhs.5, Dhs.72.

sañchanna →

pts

…Ja.i.201; Snp-a.91 (˚patta full of leaves; puppha of flowers). Often in cpd. paduma˚; covered with lotuses (of ponds) Pv.ii.1#20;…

sañchinna →

pts

…foliage The same meaning is attached to; sañchinna-patta at Vv-a.288 (with variant reading saṃsīna !), thus…

sañjānitatta →

pts

the state of having perceived Dhs.4.

fr. sañjānita, pp. Caus. of sañjānāti

saññata →

pts

…Vv.34#11; Mil.213.

  • -atta having one’s self restrained, self-controlled SN.i.14 (for saya˚); Snp.216, Snp.284 (ññ),…

saññatta →

pts

Saññatta1

neuter the state of being a saññā, perceptibility SN.iii.87.

abstr. formation fr….

saññin →

pts

…AN.v.207; Sum AN.i.211; nānatta conscious of diversity AN.iv.39 sq.; paṭhavīsaññin conscious of the earth (kasiṇa), in samādhi AN.v.8 sq….

saññā →

pts

…Kv.202; SN.ii.212.

  • -viratta free from consciousness, an Arahant, Snp.847.
  • -vimokkha emancipation…

saññāpeti →

pts

…Snp.597

pp saññatta
■ At Ja.i.408 read saññāpāpetvā (instead of saññaṃ pāpetvā), or simply…

saṃsatta →

pts

adhering, clinging DN.i.239 (paramparā˚).

pp. of saṃ + sañj

saṃsita →

pts

…Sdhp.306.

pp. of saṃ +…

saṃsīna →

pts

fallen off, destroyed Snp.44 (˚patta without leaves = patita-patta C.).

saṃ + sīna, pp. of śṛ; to crush, Sk. śīrṇa

saṃvattanika →

pts

adjective conducive to, involving AN.ii.54, AN.ii.65; Iti.82; Kv.618; Ja.i.275; Ne.134 = SN.v.371 As -iya at Pv-a.205.

fr. saṃvattati

saṃvattati →

pts

…Pot. saṃvatteyya Vin.i.13
■ Often in phrase nibbidāya, virāgāya… nibbānāya saṃvattati e.g. DN.i.189; DN.ii.251; DN.iii.130;…

saṃvaṭṭa →

pts

“rolling on or forward” (opp. vivaṭṭa “rolling back”), with ref. to the development of the Universe & time (kappa) the ascending aeon (vivaṭṭa the descending cycle), evolution Iti.99; Pp.60; Vism. …

saṃvaṭṭanika →

pts

adjective turning to, being reborn DN.i.17.

fr. saṃvaṭṭa(na)

saṃvaṭṭati →

pts

  1. to be evolved, to be in a process of evolution (opp. vivaṭṭati in devolution) DN.i.17 DN.iii.84, DN.iii.109; AN.ii.142; DN-a.i.110.
  2. to fall to pieces, to come to an end (like the world’s de …

saṃvibhajati →

pts

…Mil.94, Mil.344;
inf ˚vibhajituṃ Mil.295; Dāvs v.54
pp saṃvibhatta
caus ˚vibhājeti Iti.65.

saṃ…

saṃvibhatta →

pts

divided, shared Thag.9.

pp. of saṃvibhajati

saṃvuta →

pts

…Snp.413; Dhp.8.

  • -atta self-controlled SN.i.66.
  • -indriya having the senses under control Iti.91;…

saṃyata →

pts

…Vv.34#11; Mil.213.

  • -atta having one’s self restrained, self-controlled SN.i.14 (for saya˚); Snp.216, Snp.284 (ññ),…

saṃyojana →

pts

…The seven last are the satta saṃyojanāni, Ne.14. The first five are called orambhāgiyāni -e.g. AN.i.232 sq.; AN.ii.5, AN.ii.133;…

saṅga →

pts

…one who has overcome attachment, free from attachment, an Arahant MN.i.386; SN.i.3, SN.i.23; SN.iv.158; Iti.58; Snp.250, Snp.473, Snp.621;…

saṅgaha →

pts

…atthacariyā, samānattatā*, or liberality, kindly speech, a life of usefulness (Rh. D. at Dial. iii.145 sagacious conduct; 223:…

saṅgahita →

pts

…Snp-a.291 (˚atta). 5. kindly disposed Vv.11#6 = Pv.iv.1#60 (˚attabhāva = paresaṃ sangaṇha-sīla Vv-a.59, i.e. of…

saṅgahīta →

pts

…Snp-a.291 (˚atta). 5. kindly disposed Vv.11#6 = Pv.iv.1#60 (˚attabhāva = paresaṃ sangaṇha-sīla Vv-a.59, i.e. of…

saṅgha →

pts

…Vin.ii.303.

  • -bhatta food given to the community of bhikkhus Vin.i.58; Vin.ii.109 Vin.ii.212. *…

saṅghaṭṭa →

pts

Saṅghaṭṭa1

adjective knocking against, offending, provoking, making angry Ja.vi.295.

fr. saṃ + ghaṭṭ.

Saṅghaṭṭa2

(?) bangle Snp.48 (-yanta): thus Nd ii.reading for *-m …

saṅghaṭṭana →

pts

(f.)

  1. rubbing or striking together, close contact, impact SN.iv.215 SN.v.212; Ja.vi.65; Vism.112; DN-a.i.256 (anguli˚).
  2. bracelet (?) Snp-a.96 (on Snp.48).

fr. sanghaṭṭeti

saṅghaṭṭeti →

pts

  1. to knock against Vin.ii.208.
  2. to sound, to ring Mhvs.21, Mhvs.29 (˚aghaṭṭayi).
  3. to knock together, to rub against each other Ja.iv.98 (aṃsena aṃsaṃ samaghaṭṭayimha); Dāvs iii.87.
  4. to provoke …

saṅkama →

pts

passage, bridge MN.i.439; Vin.iii.127; Ja.iii.373 (attānaṃ ˚ṃ katvā yo sotthiṃ samatārayi); Mil.91, Mil.229.

fr. saṃ + kram

saṅkha →

pts

…Vin.ii.117.

saṅkhata →

pts

…is a preliminary to the attainment of Arahantship MN.iii.244. Cp. abhi˚; visankhita; visankhāra 2. cooked, dressed Mhvs.32, Mhvs.39. 3….

saṅkhāra →

pts

…= ˚upekkhā Vb-a.283.

  • -loka the material world, the world of formation (or phenomena),…

saṅkitti →

pts

…samādapetvā bhattaṃ pacanti ukkaṭṭhâcelako tato na paṭigaṇhāti.“ DN.i.166 (translation Dial. i.229 “he will not…

saṅkāra →

pts

…Cp. kacavara & kattara.;

  • -cola a rag picked up from a rubbish heap Ja.iv.380.
  • -ṭhāna

saṇḍa →

pts

…Ja.i.134 (vana˚); satta˚ teeming with beings Iti.21
Jambu˚; Name of Jambudīpa Snp.352 = Thag.822 (variant reading ˚maṇḍa,…

sekha →

pts

…denotes one who has not yet attained Arahantship DN.ii.143; MN.i.4, MN.i.144; AN.i.63; Pp.14; Iti.9 sq., Iti.53, Iti.71; Snp.970 Snp.1038 =…

sekkha →

pts

…denotes one who has not yet attained Arahantship DN.ii.143; MN.i.4, MN.i.144; AN.i.63; Pp.14; Iti.9 sq., Iti.53, Iti.71; Snp.970 Snp.1038 =…

senāsana →

pts

-paviveka secluson in respect of lodging AN.i.240 sq.

  • -vatta rule of conduct in respect of…

seta →

pts

…a plant Ja.vi.535.

  • -cchatta a white parasol, an emblem of royalty DN.ii.19; AN.i.145; Ja.i.177, Ja.i.267; Pv-a.74; Dhp-a.i.167;…

siddha →

pts

…Mil.272; Snp-a.27 (˚bhatta = pakk’odana of Snp.18).

a specific Pali formation fr. sijjati (svid) in meaning “to cook,” in analogy to…

silā →

pts

stone, rock Vin.i.28; SN.iv.312 sq.; Vin.445; DN-a.i.154; Ja.v.68; Vism.230 (in comparison) Vb-a.64 (var. kinds); a precious stone, quartz Vin.ii.238; Mil.267, Mil.380; Vv.84#15 (= phalika˚ Vv-a.33 …

siniddha →

pts

…of bowels). 6. affectionate attached, fond, loving Ja.i.10; Mil.229, Mil.361; Vb-a.282 (˚puggala-sevanatā).

pp. of siniyhati; cp. Epic Sk….

siniyhati →

pts

…fig.) to feel love, to be attached Vism.317 = Dhs-a.192 (in defn of mettā). Caus. sineheti

sita →

pts

…resting, depending on, attached, clinging to DN.i.45, DN.i.76; DN.ii.255; MN.i.364 cp. MN.i.100.; Ja.v.453; Snp.229, Snp.333, Snp.791,…

socitatta →

pts

sorrowfulness DN.ii.306; Pts.i.38 = Cnd.694.

soka →