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bhāga, 219 találat.

bhāga →

bodhirasa

part, portion, share

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

samāna-bhāgaṃ kubbetha, gāme akkuṭṭhavanditaṃ, manopadosaṃ rakkheyya, santo anuṇṇato care.

SN 20.2 nakhasikhasuttaṃ

saṅkham'pi na upeti upanidhim'pi na upeti kala-bhāgam'pi na upeti mahāpathaviṃ upanidhāya bhagavatā paritto nakhasikhāyaṃ paṃsu āropito'ti.

bhaga →

pts

luck, lot, fortune, only in cpd. dub˚; (adj.) unhappy, unpleasant uncomfortable Iti.90; DN-a.i.96 (˚karaṇa)
bhaga (in verse “bhagehi ca vibhattavā” in exegesis of word “Bhaga …

bhāga →

pts

…d; Pv.i.10#13 (= bhāgato mita Pv-a.52)
bhāgabhatta apportioned food, ration Dhp-a.i.134
■ Cp….

adhobhāga →

bodhirasa

lower part, lower portion (of the body)

MN 62 mahārāhulovādasuttaṃ

yaṃ ajjhattaṃ paccattaṃ ākāsaṃ ākāsagataṃ upādinnaṃ, seyyathidaṃ … yena ca asitapītakhāyitasāyitaṃ adhobhāgaṃ nikkhamati … ayaṃ vuccati, rāhula, ajjhattikā ākāsadhātu.

bhagavantu →

bodhirasa

sublime, blessed, fortunate, lucky, auspicious

VIN 0 verañjakaṇḍaṃ

evaṃ vutte verañjo brāhmaṇo bhagavantaṃ etad'avoca

bhagavantu →

bodhirasa

Buddha, lord, Lord Buddha

SNP 58 puṇṇaka māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 3

anejaṃ mūladassāviṃ, atthi pañhena āgamaṃ, kiṃ nissitā isayo manujā, khattiyā brāhmaṇā devatānaṃ, yaññam'akappayiṃsu puthū'dha loke, pucchāmi taṃ bhagavā brūhi me taṃ.

AN 10.58 mūlakasuttaṃ

bhagavaṃ-mūlakā no, bhante, dhammā bhagavaṃ-nettikā bhagavaṃ-paṭisaraṇā. sādhu vata, bhante, bhagavantaṃ-y'eva paṭibhātu etassa bhāsitassa attho. bhagavato sutvā bhikkhū dhāressantī'ti.

bhagavato santike →

bodhirasa

in the Buddha’s presence, lit. near of the Buddha

SN 46.53 aggisuttaṃ

atha kho te bhikkhū tesaṃ aññatitthiyānaṃ paribbājakānaṃ bhāsitaṃ n'eva abhinandiṃsu nappaṭikkosiṃsu, anabhinanditvā appaṭikkositvā uṭṭhāy'āsanā pakkamiṃsu, bhagavato santike etassa bhāsitassa atthaṃ ājānissāmā'ti.

bhagavato →

bodhirasa

to the Buddha, for the Buddha

AN 6.61 majjhesuttaṃ

ekam'antaṃ nisinnā kho therā bhikkhū yāvatako ahosi sabbeh'eva saddhiṃ kathāsallāpo, taṃ sabbaṃ bhagavato ārocesuṃ.

SNP 4 kasibhāradvājasuttaṃ uragavaggo 4

atha kho kasibhāradvājo brāhmaṇo mahatiyā kaṃsapātiyā pāyāsaṃ vaḍḍhetvā bhagavato upanāmesi, bhuñjatu bhavaṃ gotamo pāyasaṃ.

bhagavato →

bodhirasa

from the Buddha

AN 10.58 mūlakasuttaṃ

bhagavaṃmūlakā no, bhante, dhammā bhagavaṃnettikā bhagavaṃpaṭisaraṇā. sādhu vata, bhante, bhagavantaṃ'y'eva paṭibhātu etassa bhāsitassa attho. bhagavato sutvā bhikkhū dhāressantī'ti.

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

etassa bhagavā kālo, etassa sugata kālo, yaṃ bhagavā dhammaṃ deseyya. bhagavato sutvā bhikkhū dhāressantī'ti.

bhagavato →

bodhirasa

of the Buddha

SN 3.13 doṇapākasuttaṃ

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

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

idam'avoca bhagavā. attamanā te bhikkhū bhagavato bhāsitaṃ abhinandun'ti.

bhagavatā →

bodhirasa

by the Buddha

DN 16.11 mahāparinibbānasuttaṃ

dhamme aveccappasādena samannāgato hoti, svākkhāto bhagavatā dhammo sandiṭṭhiko akāliko ehipassiko opaneyyiko paccattaṃ veditabbo viññūhī'ti

DN 14.13 mahāpadānasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhante, nikkujjitaṃ vā ukkujjeyya, paṭicchannaṃ vā vivareyya, mūḷhassa vā maggaṃ ācikkheyya, andhakāre vā telapajjotaṃ dhāreyya, cakkhumanto rūpāni dakkhantī'ti. evam'evaṃ bhagavatā anekapariyāyena dhammo pakāsito.

bhagavaṃmūlaka →

bodhirasa

rooted in the Blessed One, stem from the Buddha

AN 10.58 mūlakasuttaṃ

bhagavaṃmūlakā no, bhante, dhammā bhagavaṃnettikā bhagavaṃpaṭisaraṇā. sādhu vata, bhante, bhagavantaṃ'y'eva paṭibhātu etassa bhāsitassa attho. bhagavato sutvā bhikkhū dhāressantī'ti.

bhagavaṃnettika →

bodhirasa

guided by the Blessed one, led by the Buddha

AN 10.58 mūlakasuttaṃ

bhagavaṃmūlakā no, bhante, dhammā bhagavaṃnettikā bhagavaṃpaṭisaraṇā. sādhu vata, bhante, bhagavantaṃ'y'eva paṭibhātu etassa bhāsitassa attho. bhagavato sutvā bhikkhū dhāressantī'ti.

bhagavaṃpaṭisaraṇa →

bodhirasa

relies on the Blessed One, depends on the Buddha

AN 10.58 mūlakasuttaṃ

bhagavaṃmūlakā no, bhante, dhammā bhagavaṃnettikā bhagavaṃpaṭisaraṇā. sādhu vata, bhante, bhagavantaṃ'y'eva paṭibhātu etassa bhāsitassa attho. bhagavato sutvā bhikkhū dhāressantī'ti.

bhagavā →

bodhirasa

Sublime One, Blessed One, Fortunate One, Buddha

DN 16.36 mahāparinibbānasuttaṃ

atha kho bhagavā bhikkhū āmantesi, handa dāni, bhikkhave, āmantayāmi vo, vayadhammā saṅkhārā appamādena sampādethā'ti. ayaṃ tathāgatassa pacchimā vācā.

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

idam'avoca bhagavā. attamanā te bhikkhū bhagavato bhāsitaṃ abhinandun'ti.

bhāgavantu →

bodhirasa

has a part (in), sharing (in), partaking (in), profiting (from)

DHP 19 yamakavaggo

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

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.

bhūmibhāga →

bodhirasa

piece of earth, plot of land

AN 5.28 paṭhamadhammavihārīsuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, same bhūmibhāge pokkharaṇī caturaṃsā ālibaddhā pūrā udakassa samatittikā kākapeyyā. tam'enaṃ balavā puriso yato yato āliṃ muñceyya, āgaccheyya udakan'ti? evaṃ, bhante.

JAa 1.N.1 sumedha kathā

thaddha-visama-bhūmibhāgasmiñ'hi caṅkame caṅkamantassa pādā rujjanti, phoṭā uṭṭhahanti, cittaṃ ekaggaṃ na labhati, kammaṭṭhānaṃ vipajjati.

catubhāgameti →

bodhirasa

is worth a quarter, lit. comes to a fourth part

DHP 108 sahassavaggo

yaṃ kiñci yiṭṭhaṃ va hutaṃ va loke, saṃvaccharaṃ yajetha puññapekkho, sabbam'pi taṃ na catubhāgam'eti, abhivādanā ujugatesu seyyo.

dānasaṃvibhāgarata →

bodhirasa

who delights in sharing gifts, who enjoys distributing charity

AN 7.6 vitthatadhanasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, ariyasāvako vigatamalamaccherena cetasā agāraṃ ajjhāvasati muttacāgo payatapāṇi vossaggarato yācayogo dānasaṃvibhāgarato. idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, cāgadhanaṃ

etassa bhagavā kālo →

bodhirasa

it’s the right time for this, Blessed One! now is the time, Blessed One!

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

etassa bhagavā kālo, etassa sugata kālo, yaṃ bhagavā dhammaṃ deseyya.

heṭṭhābhāga →

bodhirasa

lower part, lit. under portion

DHPa 1.1.1 cakkhupālatthera vatthu

tassa heṭṭhābhāgaṃ sodhāpetvā pākāraparikkhepaṃ kārāpetvā vālukaṃ okirāpetvā dhajapaṭākaṃ ussāpetvā vanappatiṃ alaṅkaritvā añjaliṃ karitvā, sace puttaṃ vā dhītaraṃ vā labheyyaṃ, tumhākaṃ mahāsakkāraṃ karissāmī'ti patthanaṃ katvā pakkāmi.

kalabhāga →

bodhirasa

tiny fraction, tiny part

SN 20.2 nakhasikhasuttaṃ

saṅkham'pi na upeti upanidhim'pi na upeti kalabhāgam'pi na upeti mahāpathaviṃ upanidhāya bhagavatā paritto nakhasikhāyaṃ paṃsu āropito'ti.

paṭibhāga →

bodhirasa

like, similar to, resembling

DN 22.7 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

puna caparaṃ bhikkhave bhikkhu seyyathā'pi passeyya sarīraṃ sivathikāya chaḍḍitaṃ aṭṭhikāni setāni saṅkha-vaṇṇa-paṭibhāgāni

sabhāga →

bodhirasa

in common, same

VIN PAT PK saṅghuposatha pubbakaraṇādi vidhi

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

sabhāgāpatti →

bodhirasa

(vinaya) with the same offence, having a common offence

VIN PAT PK saṅghuposatha pubbakaraṇādi vidhi

sabhāgāpattiyo ca na vijjanti kiṃ? vikālabhojanādivatthu sabbhāgapattiyo ca na vijjanti.

samānabhāga →

bodhirasa

equanimity, even-mindedness, lit. equal parts

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

samānabhāgaṃ kubbetha, gāme akkuṭṭhavanditaṃ, manopadosaṃ rakkheyya, santo anuṇṇato care.

saṃvibhāga →

bodhirasa

distribution, sharing, doling out

AN 7.6 vitthatadhanasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, ariyasāvako vigatamalamaccherena cetasā agāraṃ ajjhāvasati muttacāgo payatapāṇi vossaggarato yācayogo dāna-saṃvibhāga-rato. idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, cāgadhanaṃ

uparibhāga →

bodhirasa

upper part, top part

DHPa 2.25.3 kokālika vatthu

vattu'kāmo haṃsānaṃ sīghavegatāya bārāṇasinagare rājanivesanassa uparibhāgaṃ sampattakāle daṭṭhaṭṭhānato daṇḍakaṃ vissajjetvā ākāsaṅgaṇe patitvā dvedhā bhijji.

visabhāga →

bodhirasa

different, opposite, not the same, lit. not sharing

VISM 1.9.2 karuṇā bhāvanā kathā

majjhatto majjhattaṭṭhāne'y'eva, appiyo appiyaṭṭhāne'y'eva, verī veriṭṭhāne'y'eva tiṭṭhati, liṅga-visabhāga-kālakatā akhettam'eva.

baka →

dppn

A Brahmā. When the Buddha was once staying at Ukkaṭṭha in the Subhagavana, he read the thoughts of Baka, who had conceived the idea that this world was permanent and free from decay and death; and the …

buddha →

dppn

BuddhaBhagavāTathāgataSiddhatthaGotamaSugataSatthā

The Awakened one, the founder and teacher of the Buddha-dhamma. His personal name was Siddhattha Gotama, and he was a Khattiya of the Sakiyan clan. …

kassapagotta →

dppn

Kassapagotta1

A monk living in Vāsabhagāma in the Kāsi kingdom. He was in the habit of showing extreme hospitality to the monks who came there from other parts. Once some monks who visited …

kāsi →

dppn

KāsiKāsikaKāsigāmaKāsinigama

One of the sixteen Great Nations, AN.i.213 its capital being Bārāṇasī.

At the time of the Buddha, it had been absorbed into the kingdom of Kosala, and Pasenadi was king …

patāyanti →

dppn

PatāyantiPatāyantīBhagalavatī

A place in Uttarakuru where the Yakkhas assemble. The Dīgha Nikāya DN.iii.201 speaks of it as a hall (sabhā).

5building

pokkharasāti →

dppn

PokkharasātiPokkharasādi

A brahmin of great wealth and learning who lived in Ukkaṭṭha, on a royal demesne given by Pasenadi. Ambaṭṭha was the pupil of Pokkharasāti, who sent him to the Buddha at Icch …

subhagavana →

dppn

A wood in Ukkaṭṭha. Once, when the Buddha was there, he visited the Avihā gods DN.ii.50 and, again, from there he visited Baka Brahmā, to whom he preached the Brahmanimantanika Sutta MN.i.326 SN.i.142 …

sumana →

dppn

Sumana1

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of having accomplished all that he was aksed to do. Thag.330–334

Sumana2Cūḷasumana

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of ordaini …

ukkaṭṭha →

dppn

A town in Kosala, near the Himālaya. It has been given, free from all taxes (as brahmadeyya), to Pokkharasāti by the king of Kosala, in recognition of the former’s skill. It was thickly populated an …

vāsabhagāmaka →

dppn

VāsabhagāmakaVāsabhagāma

A village in Kāsī. It was once the residence of Kassapa Thera. Vin.i.312f.

Kāsī3town

vāsabhagāmī →

dppn

VāsabhagāmīVāsabhagāmika

One of the four Western monks appointed to the committee which considered the Ten Points raised by the Vajjiputtaka at the Second Council. Vin.ii.305

yasa →

dppn

Yasa 1

He was the son of a very wealthy treasurer of Benares, and was brought up in great luxury, living in three mansions, according to the seasons and surrounded with all kinds of pleasu …

paṭibhāga-nimitta →

farkas

hasonmás-jel, kiegészítő jel

abbhāgamana →

ncped

coming, arrival; approach.

abbhāgata →

ncped

come; arrived (as a guest); an (uninvited) guest.

adhobhāga →

ncped

the lower part; the lower part of the body, the anus

aggi →

ncped

  1. fire; flames; conflagration.
  2. cremation fire; a pyre (as or deal or suicide).
  3. the ritual fire, the sacrificial fire; (one of) the three fires of brahmanical ritual; the god Aggi Bhagavā.
  4. (m …

anekabhāga →

ncped

multiplied; manifold

anubhāga →

ncped

an additional share.

catubbhāga →

ncped

the fourth part; a quarter.

catubhāga →

ncped

the fourth part; a quarter.

kalabhāga →

ncped

fraction of a part, a very small part

orambhāgamanīya →

ncped

connected with this side of existence, with the lower spheres of existence.

tibhāga →

ncped

third part.

ubhatobhāgavimaṭṭha →

ncped

smooth on both sides

ariya-puggala →

nyana

…one ubhato-bhāga-vimutta.

5: He who is filled with understanding and, in considering the constructions as…

both-ways liberated →

nyana

[[both-ways liberated]]Both-ways liberated: see: ubhato-bhāga-vimutta ariyapuggala B. 4.

patibhāga-nimitta →

nyana

Patibhāga-nimitta: s. nimitta, kasina, samādhi.

abbhāgamana →

pts

coming arrival, approach Vin.iv.221.

abhi + ā + gamana; cp. Sk. abhyāgama

abbhāgata →

pts

having arrived or come; (m.) a guest, stranger Vv.1#5 (= abhi-āgata, āgantuka Vv-a.24).

abhi + ā + gata

abhibhāyatana →

pts

position of a master or lord, station of mastery. The traditional account of these gives 8 stations or stages of mastery over the senses (see Dial. ii.118; Exp. i.252), detailed identically at all …

abhippasanna →

pts

adjective finding one’s peace in (c. loc.), trusting in having faith in, believing in, devoted to (loc.) Vin.iii.43; DN.i.211 (Bhagavati) SN.i.134; SN.iv.319; SN.v.225, SN.v.378; AN.iii.237, AN.iii.27 …

abhisambodhita →

pts

adjective awakened to the highest wisdom Pv-a.137 (Bhagavā).

pp. of abhisambodheti, Caus. of abhi + sambujjhati

abhisiñcati →

pts

to sprinkle over, fig. to anoint (King), to consecrate AN.i.107 (Khattiy’ âbhisekena Ja.i.399 (fig. ˚itvā ger. Ja.ii.409 (id.); Ja.vi.161 (id.); Mnd.298; Mil.336 (amatena lokaṃ abhisiñci Bhagavā); Pv\ …

adho →

pts

…mukha Vv-a.78).

  • -bhāga the lower part (of the body) MN.i.473; Dhp-a.i.148.
  • -virecana action…

aggi →

pts

fire.

  1. fire, flames, sparks; conflagration Vin.ii.120 (fire in bathroom); MN.i.487 (anāhāro nibbuto f. gone out for lack of fuel); SN.iv.185, SN.iv.399 (sa-upādāno jalati provided with fuel blazes …

amata →

pts

Amata1

neuter

  1. The drink of the gods, ambrosia, water of immortality, (cp BSk. amṛta-varṣa “rain of Ambrosia” Jtm.221).
  2. A general conception of a state of durability & non-change a …

anu →

pts

…˚pavattaka ruling after, ˚bhāga after -share, ˚majjha mediocre, ˚yāgin assisting in sacrifice, ˚vyañjana smaller marks, etc.; cp. paṭi…

anubhāga →

pts

secondary or inferior part, (after-)share, what is left over Vin.ii.167.

anu + bhāga

anusaṃyāyati →

pts

to traverse; to go up to, surround, visit (acc.) MN.i.209 (Bhagavantaṃ ˚itvā) Ja.iv.214 (variant reading anuyāyitvā). See also anuyāti and anusaññāti.

anu …

anuttara →

pts

…Dhp.55 (= asadisa appaṭibhāga Dhp-a.i.423); Pv.iv.35 2 (dhamma); Dhs.1294; DN-a.i.129; Pv-a.1, Pv-a.5, Pv-a.6, Pv-a.18,…

apara →

pts

…Ja.v.106; Mil.108.

  • -bhāga the future lit. a later part of time, only in loc. aparabhāge at a future date, later on…

appaṭibhāga →

pts

adjective not having a counterpart, unequalled, incomparable Dhp-a.i.423 (= anuttara).

a + paṭibhāga

arahant →

pts

adjective noun Before Buddhism used as honorific title of high officials like the English ʻHis Worship’; at the rise of Buddhism applied popularly to all ascetics (Dial. iii.3–⁠6). Adopted by the Bu …

atikkamati →

pts

  1. to go beyond, to pass over, to cross, to pass by.
  2. to overcome, to conquer, to surpass, to be superior to

■ Ja.iv.141; Dhp.221 (Pot. ˚eyya overcome);
■ Pv-a.67 (maggena: passes by).
grd *at …

attha →

pts

Attha1

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

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

aḍḍha →

pts

-bhāga half a share, one half Vv.13#6 (= upaḍḍhabhāga Vv-a.61) Pv.i.11#5. *…

aṃsi →

pts

…Vv.78#2 (= aṃsa-bhāga Vv-a.303).

cp. Vedic aśri, aśra, aśani; Gr. α ̓́κρος pointed, α ̓́κρις, also ὀςύς…

aṭṭha →

pts

Aṭṭha1

num. card, eight, decl. like pl. of adj. in-a A. The number in objective significance, based on natural phenomena: see compounds ˚angula, ˚nakha, ˚pada, ˚pāda B. The number in …

bha →

pts

indeclinable the letter or sound (syllable) bh; figuring in Bdhgh’s exegesis of the N. Bhagavā as representing bhava, whereas ga stands for gamana, va for vanta Kp-a.109
■ …

bhagalavant →

pts

Name of a mountain Snp-a.197 (loc. Bhagalavati pabbate). Occurs also as an assembly-hall under the Name of Bhagalavatī at DN.iii.201 Cp. Kirfel, Kosmographie 196.

of uncertain origin

bhagandala →

pts

(& ā) an ulcer, fistula Vin.i.216, Vin.i.272; Mnd.370. Has expln at Dhtm.204 “bhaganda secane hoti” (“comes from sprinkling” anything to do with our word?

cp. late Sk. bhagandara

bhagavant →

pts

adjective noun fortunate, illustrious, sublime, as epithet and title “Lord.” Thus applied to the Buddha (amhākaṃ Bh. and his predecessors. Occurs with extreme frequency of fanciful exegetic explains o …

bhagga →

pts

Bhagga1

broken, in phrases “sabbā te phāsukā bhaggā” Ja.i.493, which is applied metaphorically at Dhp.154 (phāsukā = pāpakā?), explained Dhp-a.iii.128 (artificially) …

bhaggavant →

pts

adjective noun having good luck or auspices, fortunate; in def of “Bhagavā” at Vism.210 = DN-a.i.34 (“bhāgyavā bhaggavā yutto”); with ref. to the 4 qualities implied in the word “bhagavā,” which pass …

bhaginī →

pts

sister Ja.vi.32. The popular etym. of bh. as given at Vb-a.108 is the same as that for bhātar, viz. “bhagatī ti bh.”-Cpd bhagini-māla a “sister garland” (?) Name of a tree Ja.vi.270 (= upari-b …

bhajin →

pts

adjective loving, attached to, worshipping Mnd.142 (in expln of “Bhagavā”).

fr. bhajati

bhante →

pts

voc. of polite address: Sir, venerable Sir, used like bhadante. Either abs. as voc.: Vin.i.76; DN.ii.154, DN.ii.283; Ja.ii.111; Ja.iii.46; Mil.19; or with another voc.: Mil.25; or with other oblique c …

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 …

bhava →

pts

“becoming”, (form of) rebirth, (state of) existence, a “life.” There are 3 states of existence conventionally enumerated as kāma˚ rūpa˚, arūpa˚; or sensual existence, deva-corporeal, formless exist …

bhavant →

pts

pronoun of polite address “Sir, Lord, or “venerable, honourable,” or simply “you.” Cases as follows (after Geiger,

Pali Grammar

§ 98#3): sg. nom. bhavaṃ Snp.486; DN.i.249; MN.i.484. nt. bhavaṃ

bho →

pts

indeclinable a familiar term of address (in speaking to equals or inferiors): sir friend, you, my dear; pl. sirs DN.i.88, DN.i.90, DN.i.93, DN.i.111; MN.i.484; Snp.427, Snp.457, Snp.487; with voc. of …

bhāgavant →

pts

adjective sharing in, partaking of (gen.) Dhp.19, Dhp.20 (sāmaññassa).

fr. bhāga, equal to bhāgin

bhāgin →

pts

…Pv.iii.1#12 (dukkhassa); Pv-a.18 (dānaphalassa), Pv-a.175
■ Cp bhāgavant, bhāgimant, bhāgiya.

fr. bhāga. Cp. Vedic bhāgin

bhāgiya →

pts

…nirvedha˚ Divy.50; mokṣa ibid. Divy.363.

fr. bhāga, cp. bhāgin

bhāgya →

pts

good luck, fortune Ja.v.484.

cp. Epic & Class. Sk. bhāgya; fr. bhaga, see also contracted form bhagga2

bhāgyavant →

pts

adjective having good luck, auspicious fortunate, in def. of term “Bhagavā” at DN-a.i.34 = Vism.210; also at Vv-a.231, where the abstr. bhāgyavantatā is formed as expln of the term *bhā …

bhūmi →

pts

…ground Dhp-a.i.171.

  • -bhāga division of the earth, district Ja.i.109; Ja.v.200; Vv-a.125; Pv-a.29, Pv-a.154 *…

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 …

bodhi →

pts

Bodhi1

feminine (supreme knowledge, enlightenment, the knowledge possessed by a Buddha (see also sambodhi & sammā-sambodhi) MN.i.356; MN.ii.95 = DN.iii.237 (saddho h …

brahma →

pts

Brahma & Brahmā

I. Brahman

neuter [cp. Vedic bráhman nt. prayer; nom. sg bráhma]

  1. the supreme good; as a buddhistic term used in a sense different from the brahmanic (save in controvers …

brahmā →

pts

Brahma & Brahmā

I. Brahman

neuter [cp. Vedic bráhman nt. prayer; nom. sg bráhma]

  1. the supreme good; as a buddhistic term used in a sense different from the brahmanic (save in controvers …

buddha →

pts

Buddha1

adjective

  1. understood SN.i.35 = SN.i.60 (su-dub-buddha very difficult to understand)
  2. having attained enlightenment, wise AN.iv.449; Pv-a.16 (buddh’ ādayo), Pv-a.60 (= ari …

bāhira →

pts

adjective

  1. external, outside (opp. abbhantara inside) outer, foreign DN.ii.75; AN.iv.16; Dhp.394 (fig. in meaning of 2); Ja.i.125 (antara˚ inside & outside); Ja.i.337 (out o …

ca →

pts

(indef. enclitic particle)

  1. Indefinite (after demonstr. pron. in the sense of kiṃ = what about? or how is it? cp. kiṃ) = ever, whoever what-ever, etc. [Sk. kaśca, Gr. ὁς τε, Lat: quisque Goth. h …

cakkhumant →

pts

adjective having eyes, being gifted with sight; of clear sight, intuition or wisdom possessing knowledge (cp. samantacakkhu) DN.i.76 (one who knows, i.e. a connoisseur); cakkhumanto rūpāni dakkhinti “ …

candimā →

pts

or feminine? the moon. By itself only in similes at Dhp.208 Dhp.387 (at end of pada) & in “abbhā mutto va candimā MN.ii.104 = Dhp.172 = Thag.871; Dhp.382 = Thag.873; Pts.i.175
■ Otherwise only in co …

catur →

pts

…(of hāra) Ne.3, Ne.105; -bhāga the 4th part, a quarter Dhp.108; -bhūmika having 4 stories or stages (of citta or dhamma)…

chanda →

pts

  1. impulse, excitement; intention, resolution, will desire for, wish for, delight in (c. loc.). Explained at Vism.466 as “kattu-kāmatāy” adhivacanaṃ; by Dhtp.587 & Dhtm.821 as; chand = icchāyaṃ …

cira →

pts

adjective long (of time), usually in compounds & as adv. Either; ciraṃ (acc.) for a long time Snp.678, Snp.730, Snp.1029; Dhp.248; Kp.vii.5; Ja.ii.110; Ja.iv.3; Pv.ii.3#33 or *[cire …

dassana →

pts

  1. Lit. seeing, looking; noticing; sight of, appearance, look. Often equivalent to an infinitive “to see,” esp. as dat. dassanāya in order to see, for the purpose of seeing (cp. dassana-kāma = da …

dhamani →

pts

vein Thag.408 Usually in cpd.: -santhata strewn with veins, with veins showing, i.e. emaciated (: nimmaṃsa-lohitatāya sirājālehi vitthatagatta Pv-a.68) Vin.iii.110; Ja.iv.371 …

dhamma →

pts

…AN.iii.86 sq.;

  • -saṃvibhāga sharing out or distribution of the Dh., i.e. spiritual gifts Iti.98 (opp. āmisa˚…

dharati →

pts

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

dhāreti →

pts

to hold, viz.

  1. to carry, bear, wear, possess; to put on, to bring give DN.i.166≈(chavadussāni etc.); Vin.i.16 = DN.i.110 (telapajjotaṃ); DN.ii.19 (chattaṃ to hold a sunshade over a person); Pv-a.4 …

dhātu →

pts

…sq., SN.iv.284;

  • -vibhāga distribution of relics Vv-a.297; Pv-a.212.

Sk. dhātu to dadhāti, Idg. *dhé, cp. Gr….

disā →

pts

-bhāga Sk. digbhāga direction, quarter Vin.ii.217;

  • -mūḷha Sk. diṅmūḍha one who has…

divasa →

pts

…Vv-a.169, Vv-a.271;

  • -bhāga the day-part (opp. ratti˚ the night-part), day-time Mil.18 (˚ena); Pv-a.152 (˚ṃ),…

dobbhagga →

pts

ill luck, misfortune Vin.iv.277; Dhp-a.281 (text: ˚dobhagga).

Sk. daurbhāgya fr. duḥ + bhāga

du →

pts

Du˚1

(& before vowels dur˚) indeclinable

  1. syllable of exclamation (= duḥ “bad, woe” (beginning the word du (j)-jīvitaṃ) Dhp-a.ii.6, Dhp-a.ii.10 = Pv-a.280, cp. Ja.iii.47; Bdhgh’s …

dāna →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.19

  • -saṁvibhāga liberal spending of alms DN.iii.145 DN.iii.169 AN.i.150 AN.i.226 AN.iii.53 AN.iii.313; AN.v.331 Iti.19…

gabbha →

pts

  1. interior, cavity (loc. gabbhe in the midst of: angāra˚ Ja.iii.55); an inner room, private chamber, bedroom, cell. Of a Vihāra Vin.ii.303; Vin.iii.119; Vin.iv.45; Vv-a.188; Vv-a.220
    ■ Ja.i.90 …

gacchati →

pts

The three formations (described below in the etymology) are represented in Pāli as follows.

  1. gacch˚, in
    pres gacchati;
    imper gaccha & gacchāhi;
    pot gacche (Dhp.46, Dhp.224) & gacchey …

gati →

pts

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

gaṇa →

pts

    1. in special sense: a meeting or a chapter of (two or three bhikkhus, a company (opposed both to sangha, the order & puggala, the individual) Vin.i.58, Vin.i.74, Vin.i.195, Vin.i.197 Vin.ii.170, V …

gotta →

pts

ancestry, lineage. There is no word in English for gotta. It includes all those descended, or supposed to be descended, from a common ancestor. A gotta name is al …

gārava →

pts

[cp. Sk. gaurava, fr. garu] reverence, respect, esteem; with loc. respect for reverence towards; in the set of six venerable objects Buddhe [Satthari], Dhamme, Sanghe, sikkhāya, appamāde paṭisanthāre …

heṭṭhā →

pts

…nostril Ja.i.164.

  • -bhāga lower part Ja.i.209, Ja.i.484.
  • -mañce underneath the bed Ja.i.197 (˚mañcato from under…

isi →

pts

  1. a holy man, one gifted with special powers of insight & inspiration, an anchoret, a Seer, Sage, Saint, “Master” DN.i.96 (kaṇho isi ahosi); SN.i.33, SN.i.35, SN.i.65, SN.i.128, SN.i.191, SN.i.192 SN …

iti →

pts

Iti (ti)

indeclinable emphatic deictic particle “thus”. Occurs in both forms iti & ti, the former in higher style (poetry), the latter more familiar in conversational prose. The function of “iti” is …

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 …

jīvaṃ-jīvaka →

pts

Jīvaṃ-jīvaka

(m. onom.) name of a bird, a sort of pheasant (or partridge?), which utters a note sounding like jīvaṃ jīva DN.iii.201; Ja.v.406, Ja.v.416; Ja.vi.276, Ja.vi.538. With this cp. the Jain …

kaṭi →

pts

…of soṇī puthulā).

  • -bhāga the waist Ja.iii.373.
  • -bhāra a burden carried on the hip (see [a way…

kitti →

pts

Kitti & Kittī

f. fame, renown, glory, honour, yaso ca kittī ca SN.i.25; kittiñ ca sukhañ ca SN.i.187; yaso kitti sukhañ ca AN.ii.32 yaso kittī ca “fame and renown” Snp.817 (= Mnd.147, where appl. to …

kittī →

pts

Kitti & Kittī

f. fame, renown, glory, honour, yaso ca kittī ca SN.i.25; kittiñ ca sukhañ ca SN.i.187; yaso kitti sukhañ ca AN.ii.32 yaso kittī ca “fame and renown” Snp.817 (= Mnd.147, where appl. to …

kiṇakiṇāyati →

pts

to tinkle; also spelt kiṇikiṇāyati Ja.iii.315. See also kilikilāyati and cp. Sk. kiṭikiṭāyati to grind (one’s teeth) & Prk. kiḍikiḍiya (chattering) Weber, Bhagavatī p. 289; also BSk. kaṭakaṭāyati La …

koṭṭha →

pts

…passages is used to explain bhāga: Ja.i.254; Ja.i.266 Ja.vi.368; Mil.324; Dhp-a.iv.108 (= pada), Dhp-a.iv.154; Pv-a.58 Pv-a.111, Pv-a.205…

kāya →

pts

group, heap, collection, aggregate, body

Definitions and synonyms

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

likhita →

pts

…dhota-sankha-sappaṭibhāga.“ 2. written, inscribed Ja.iv.7 (likhitāni akkharāni); Mil.42 (lekha l.). 3. made smooth, shaved Ja.vi.482…

magga →

pts

  1. a road (usually high road), way, foot-path Vism.708 (maggaṃ agata-pubba-purisa, simile of); Vb-a.256 (tiyojana˚, simile of a man travelling); Dhp-a.i.229- addhāna˚; high road Vin.iv.62; MN. …

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); Ja.iv.359 (= piyāyati C.); Mil.73 Vb-a.107 (mamāyatī ti m …

mita →

pts

…measure full); Snp.300 (bhāgaso m. measured in harmonious proportions, i.e. stately); Pv.i.10#13 (id.) Ja.iii.541
■…

namo →

pts

Nama (nt.) nomage, veneration esp. used as an exclamation of adoration at the beginning of a book (namo tassa Bhagavato Arahato Sammāsambuddhassa) Snp.540, Snp.544; Pv-a.1, Pv-a.67.

Ved. namas, c …

nettika →

pts

adjective noun

  1. having as guide or forerunner, in Bhagavaṃ˚’ dhamma MN.i.310; AN.i.199 AN.iv.158, AN.iv.351; AN.v.355.
  2. a conduit for irrigation; one who makes conduits for watering Dhp.80 (= uda …

nibbāna →

pts

I. Etymology

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

nigaṇṭha →

pts

member of the Jain order (see MN.i.370–MN.i.375 MN.i.380 & cp. jaṭila) Vin.i.233 (Nātaputta, the head of that Order, cp. DN.i.57; also Sīho senāpati n-sāvako); SN.i.78 SN.i.82 (˚bhikkhā); AN.i.205 sq …

nikkhipati →

pts

  1. to lay down (carefully), to put down, to lay (an egg) Vin.ii.114; Iti.13, Iti.14 (Pot. nikkhipeyya); Pp.34; Ja.i.49 (aṇḍakaṃ)
  2. to lay aside, to put away Vin.i.46 (patta-cīvaraṃ) AN.i.206 (daṇḍaṃ …

ninna →

pts

…(magga) Pv-a.29 (bhūmibhāga), Pv-a.132 (ṭhāṇa); esp. freq. as-˚ bent on, inclining to, leading to, aiming at, flowing into etc….

nipatati →

pts

  1. (intrs.) to fall down, fly down, descend, go out Vin.ii.192 (Bhagavato pādesu sirasā n. bending his head at the feet of Bh.); Pv-a.60 (id.); Ja.i.278; Ja.v.467 (nippatissāmi = nikkhamissāmi Com. …

nisītha →

pts

…Ja.v.330, Ja.v.331 (variant reading BB nisive), Ja.v.506 (= rattibhāga Com.).

Sk. niśītha, see nisā

nāma →

pts

name.

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

orambhāgiya →

pts

…is found at Thig.166 orambhāga-manīya, with gloss (Thag-a.158) oraṃ āgamanīya. Probably the bh should be deleted.

ora + bhāga + iya;…

orasa →

pts

adjective belonging to one’s own breast, self-begotten, legitimate; innate, natural, own MN.ii.84; MN.iii.29; SN.ii.221 (bhagavato putto o. mukhato jāto); SN.iii.83; Ja.iii.272; Vv.50#22; Thag-a.236 …

pacchā →

pts

…(khalu˚ q.v.). -bhāga hind or after part Ja.ii.91; Pv-a.114 -bhāsati see paccā˚….

pada →

pts

…Vv-a.326.

pakkhipati →

pts

  1. to put down into (with loc. of receptacle), place into, enclose in (often used for ceremony of putting a corpse into a shell or mount) DN.ii.162 (tela-doṇiyā Bhagavato sarīraṃ p.); SN.ii.85; Ja.ii …

para →

pts

…Mil.170 Mil.175. -bhāga outer part, precinct part beyond Pv-a.24 -bhuta [Sk. parabhṛta] the Indian cuckoo (lit….

parinibbuta →

pts

adjective completely calmed, at peace, at rest (as to the distinction of the twofold application see parinibbāna and cp., Mrs. Rh.D. Buddhism p. 191; Cpd. p. 168), viz.

1 …

parinibbāti →

pts

Parinibbāyati & ˚nibbāti

  1. to be completed, perfected in any work or art, e.g. of a trained horse MN.i.446. Cp. τελειόω.
  2. to die without being reborn to reach complete extinction of existence Vin.i …

parinibbāyati →

pts

Parinibbāyati & ˚nibbāti

  1. to be completed, perfected in any work or art, e.g. of a trained horse MN.i.446. Cp. τελειόω.
  2. to die without being reborn to reach complete extinction of existence Vin.i …

parisā →

pts

surrounding people, group collection, company, assembly, association, multitude Var. typical sets of assemblies are found in the Canon viz, eight assemblies (khattiya˚, brāhmaṇa˚, gahapati˚ samaṇa˚, …

pavibhajati →

pts

…(˚bhajja ger.).

pa + vi + bhaj. Cp. Class Sk. pravibhāga division, distribution

payirupāsati →

pts

  1. “to sit close round,” i.e. to attend on (acc.), to honour, pay homage, worship DN.i.47; DN.ii.257; MN.ii.117, SN.i.146; AN.i.124, AN.i.126, AN.i.142; AN.iv.337; Dhp.64 Dhp.65; Thag.1236; Ja.vi.222 …

payutta →

pts

  1. yoked Snp.p.13 (= yottehi yojita Snp-a.137).
  2. applied, intent on, devoted to busy in (acc., loc., or-˚) Ja.v.121 (ajjhattaṃ); Pv.iii.7#10 (sāsane); Snp-a.497 (viññatti˚).
  3. applicable (either …

pañca →

pts

adjective noun masculine

Cases:
■ gen. dat. pañcannaṃ,
■ instr. abl pañcahi,
■ loc. pañcasu;
■ often used in compositional form pañca˚ (cp. Ved. pañcāra with 5 spokes RV i.16413; G …

paṭi →

pts

…˚bimba (counterpart), ˚bhāga (id.); ˚malla (rival wrestler) ˚sama, ˚sāsana, ˚sūra, ˚seṭṭha 4. close contact (against, be-):…

paṭibhāga →

pts

…(adj.) unequalled, incomparable, matchless Mil.357 (+ appaṭiseṭṭha); Dhp-a.i.423 (= anuttara).

paṭi…

paṭisaraṇa →

pts

refuge in (-˚), shelter, help, protection MN.i.295 (mano as p. of the other 5 senses), MN.iii.9; SN.iv.221; SN.v.218; AN.i.199 (bhagavaṃ˚); AN.ii.148 (sa˚ able to be restored); AN.iii.186 (kamma˚); A …

paṭiseṭṭha →

pts

adjective having a superior; neg. app˚; incomparable, unsurpassed Mil.357 (appaṭibhāga +).

paṭi + seṭṭha

pihā →

pts

envy, desire MN.i.304; Ja.i.197; Vism.392 (Bhagavantaṃ disvā Buddha-bhāvāya pihaṃ anuppādetvā thita-satto nāma n’ atthi)
■ adj apiha without desire SN.i.181.

fr. spṛh, cp. Sk. spṛhā

pitucchā →

pts

father’s sister, aunt; decl. similarly to pitā & mātā Dhp-a.i.37 acc. sg. pitucchasaṃ [Sk. *svasaṃ instead of *svasāraṃ] Ja.iv.184.

  • -dhītā aunt’s daughter, i.e. (girl) cousin Dhp-a.i.85
  • *\ …

pubba →

pts

…(˚cetanā opposite apara-bhāga-cetanā. Sinhala reading omit bhāga)

  • -bhāsin speaking obligingly (cp. pubbakārin) DN.i.116 (trsl “not…

puggala →

pts

…Vism.102; 7 ubhato-bhāga-vimutta, paññāvimutta etc. DN.iii.105; 8 AN.iii.212; SN.v.343 19 Ne.190; 26 Ne.189, Ne.190
■ See also…

putta →

pts

  1. a son SN.i.210; Snp.35, Snp.38, Snp.60, Snp.557, Snp.858; Dhp.62, Dhp.84 Dhp.228, Dhp.345; Ja.iv.309; Vism.645 (simile of 3 sons); Pv-a.25, Pv-a.63, Pv-a.73 sq.; DN-a.i.157 (dāsaka˚). Four kind …

puñña →

pts

…power of m. Pv-a.195.

  • -bhāga taking part in meritorious action SN.i.154.
  • -bhāgiya having share in…

pāṇi →

pts

…of the hand DN.ii.17.

  • -bhāga handshare division by hands Vv-a.96.
  • -matta of the size of a hand, a…

pīti →

pts

emotion of joy, delight, zest exuberance. On term see Dhs. trsl. 11 and Cpd. 243 Classed under sankhārakkhandha, not vedanā˚-DN.i.37, DN.i.75; DN.iii.241, DN.iii.265, DN.iii.288; MN.i.37; SN.ii.30; …

ratti →

pts

…(t. t.) Vin.ii.59

  • -bhāga night-time Ja.iii.43 (˚bhāge); Mil.18 (˚bhāgena).
  • -bhojana eating…

roga →

pts

illness, disease
■ The defn of roga at Ja.ii.437 is “roga rujana-sabhāvattaṃ.” There are many diff enumerations of rogas and sets of standard combinations, of which the foll. may be ment …

rājan →

pts

…punishment Vism.121

  • -bhāga the king’s share Ja.ii.378.
  • -bhogga
    1. royal, in the service of the…

rājā →

pts

…punishment Vism.121

  • -bhāga the king’s share Ja.ii.378.
  • -bhogga
    1. royal, in the service of the…

sabhāga →

pts

-vuttin living in mutual courtesy, properly, suitably Vin.i.45; Ja.i.219 a-sabhāgavuttin Ja.i.218; sabhāgavuttika…

samanantara →

pts

…DN.ii.156; Vin.i.56; rattibhāga-samanantare at midnight Ja.i.101.

  • -paccaya the relation of immediate contiguity…

sappaṭibhāga →

pts

…Mil.379 (id.).

sa3 + paṭibhāga

saṃvibhāga →

pts

…(of gifts) Ja.v.331; Vism.306.

saṃ + vibhāga

saṃvibhāgin →

pts

adjective generous, open-handed SN.i.43 = Ja.iv.110; Ja.v.397 (a˚); Mil.207.

fr. saṃvibhāga

sobhagga →

pts

prosperity, beauty Thig.72; Ja.i.51, Ja.i.475; Ja.ii.158; Ja.iv.133. As sobhagyatā at DN-a.i.161.

abstr. fr. subhaga

su →

pts

Su1

indeclinable a part. of exclamation “shoo!”; usually repeated su su Ja.ii.250; Ja.vi.165 (of the hissing of a snake); Thag-a.110 (scaring somebody away), Thag-a.305 (sound of puffi …

subhaga →

pts

adjective lucky; -karaṇa making happy or beloved (by charms) DN.i.11; DN-a.i.96
■ Der. sobhagga

su + bhaga

sutta →

pts

…suttāṇā-sutta-sabhāgato ca suttaṃ Suttan ti akkhātaṃ.“-DN.ii.124; Vin.ii.97; Vb-a.130 (+ vinaya); Snp-a.159, Snp-a.310…

sāgataṃ →

pts

indeclinable “greeting of welcome,” hail! DN.i.179 = MN.i.481 (sāgataṃ bhante Bhagavato); DN.ii.173; MN.i.514 (˚aṃ bhoto Ānandassa) DN-a.i.287; Dhp-a.iii.293.

su + āgata, orij. nt. = wel-come

sāsana →

pts

order, message, teaching Ja.i.60, Ja.i.328; Ja.ii.21; Pv.iv.3#54 (Buddhānaṃ); Kp-a.11 sq. the doctrine of the Buddha Vin.i.12; DN.i.110; DN.ii.206; AN.i.294; Dhp.381; Snp.482 etc.; Ja.i.116. *sāsanaṃ …

thūpa →

pts

stupa or tope, a bell-shaped pile of earth, a mound, tumulus, cairn; dome, esp. a monument erected over the ashes of an Arahant (otherwise called dhātugabbha = dāgaba), or on spots consecrated as sce …

ti →

pts

Iti (ti)

indeclinable emphatic deictic particle “thus”. Occurs in both forms iti & ti, the former in higher style (poetry), the latter more familiar in conversational prose. The function of “iti” is …

tādin →

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adjective noun (nom. tādī & tādi, in compounds tādi˚) such, such like of such (good) qualities, “ecce homo”; in pregnant sense appl. to the Bhagavant & Arahants, characterized as “such” in 5 ways: see …

ubhato →

pts

…sides usually ˚-, as -bhāgavimutta one who is emancipated in two ways DN.ii.71; Dialogues ii.70, n. 1; MN.i.477 (cp. MN.i.385…

ujjaṅgala →

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…sandy dry); Pv.ii.9#70 (spelt ujjhangala, expld. by ativiya-thaddhabhūmibhāga at Pv-a.139); Vism.107. Also in BSk. ujjangala e.g….

ukkaṭṭha →

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…odanaṃ gaṇhāti catu-bhāgaṃ khādanaṃ vā tadūpiyaṃ vā byañjanaṃ). 3. detailed, exhaustive specialised Vism.37…

upanāmeti →

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  1. to bend over to, to place against or close to, to approach, bring near DN.ii.134; SN.i.207; Thag.1055; Snp.p.48 (= attano kāyaṃ Bhagavato upanāmeti); Ja.i.62; Ja.v.215; Snp-a.151.
  2. to offer, to …

upari →

pts

… s. v.] Ja.vi.269.

  • -bhāga the upper part used in instr., loc or aor. in sense of “above, over beyond” Ja.iv.232…

va →

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Va1

the syllable “va” Kp-a.109 (with ref. to ending ˚vā in Bhagavā, which Bdhgh expls as “va-kāraṃ dīghaṃ katvā,” i.e. a lengthening of va); Snp-a.76 (see below va3</sup …

vattha →

pts

…AN.v.61 sq. (ubhatobhāga-vimaṭṭhaṃ = MN.ii.13, reading vimaddha; with the expression cp. ubhato-bhāga-vimutta); Snp.295…

vemajjha →

pts

…Pp.16, Pp.17; Vism.182 (˚bhāga central part) Vv-a.241, Vv-a.277
■ loc. vemajjhe:

  1. in the present, or central interval of…

vi →

pts

…˚bhatta *dis-*tributed, ˚bhāga division, distribution ˚ravati shout out, ˚rūhana growing up, ˚rocati shine out, ˚ssajjati give out,…

vibhaṅga →

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…vicaya; C. explains as vibhāga); Mhvs.30, Mhvs.87 (dhātu˚ distribution of relics); Snp-a.422 (contrasted with…

vibhāga →

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distribution, division; detailing, classification Ja.iv.361 Vism.494; Vb-a.83; Thag-a.100; Vv-a.37; Pv-a.122-attha˚ detailing of meaning Vism.569; dhātu˚; distribution of relics Vv-a.297; Pv- …

vimaṭṭha →

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…(˚ābharana), (C. explains as “visāla”), Ja.v.204, Ja.v.400 (of ornaments)
ubhato-bhāga˚; polished or smooth on both sides…

vimokha →

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Vimokkha & Vimokha

deliverance, release, emancipation, dissociation from the things of the world, Arahantship DN.ii.70, DN.ii.111, DN.iii.34, DN.iii.35, DN.iii.230, DN.iii.288; MN.i.196 (samaya˚ & as …

vimokkha →

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Vimokkha & Vimokha

deliverance, release, emancipation, dissociation from the things of the world, Arahantship DN.ii.70, DN.ii.111, DN.iii.34, DN.iii.35, DN.iii.230, DN.iii.288; MN.i.196 (samaya˚ & as …

vimutta →

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…Mnd.284; Vb.197. ubhatobhāga˚; emancipated in both ways (see Dial ii. 70) DN.ii.71; DN.iii.105, DN.iii.253; SN.i.191; AN.i.73; AN.iv.10,…

visabhāga →

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…purisa-sarīraṃ visabhāgaṃ), Vism.516; Dhp-a.iv.52; Pv-a.118. -ārammaṇa pudendum muliebre Ja.ii.274 ≈ Ja.iii.498.

vi +…

vuttika →

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…Pv-a.120 (dukkha˚); sabhāga˚ living in mutual courtesy or properly, always combined with sappatissa, e.g. Vin.i.187; Vin.ii.162;…

vuttin →

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adjective = vuttika; in sabhāga˚; Vin.i.45; Ja.i.219. Cp. vattin.

cp. Sk. vṛttin

vīthi →

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…Ja.i.373; Pv-a.96. -sabhāga share of road Ja.i.422; -siṅghāṭaka crossroad Dhp-a.iv.4
■ Of the path of the stars and…

yakkha →

pts

  1. name of certain non-human beings, as spirits, ogres, dryads, ghosts spooks. Their usual epithet and category of being is amanussa, i.e. not a human being (but not a sublime g …

yoga →

pts

…and Iti.50). -vibhāga dividing (division) of the relation (in grammar: to yoga 2) Snp-a.266.

Vedic yoga, see…

yāca →

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…yāca-yoga dāna-saṃvibhāga-rata to denote great love of liberality, e.g. at AN.i.226; AN.ii.66; AN.iii.313. See also AN.iii.53, AN.iii.313…

yāgu →

pts

rice-gruel, rice-milk (to drink). See Vin. Texts ii.89. Vin.i.46 = Vin.ii.223 (sace yāgu hoti, bhājanaṃ dhovitvā yāgu upanametabbā; yāguṃ pītassa udakaṃ datvā…), 51 (id.), Vin.ii.61 (id.), Vin.ii. …

ñāṇa →

pts

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

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

Buddha →

puskas

(i.e. 563-483) ‘Megvilágosodott’. A buddhizmus alapítójának, Gótama Sziddhártának a neve, amelyet az általa keresett lényeg felismerése során, azaz a Megvilágosodás kapcsán nyert. Nevezték még Szakjam …