Szótár

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bhū, 862 találat.

bhū →

pts

…C.).

fr. bhū

Bhū2

feminine the earth; loc. bhuvi according to Kaccāyana; otherwise bhuvi is…

abbhuggacchati →

bodhirasa

arises, spreads about, circulates

AN 3.27 jigucchitabbasuttaṃ

kiñcāpi, bhikkhave, evarūpassa puggalassa na diṭṭhānugatiṃ āpajjati, atha kho naṃ kalyāṇo kittisaddo abbhuggacchati, kalyāṇamitto purisapuggalo kalyāṇasahāyo kalyāṇasampavaṅko'ti.

abbhuggata →

bodhirasa

has arisen, has spread about, has circulated about

VIN 0 verañjakaṇḍaṃ

taṃ kho pana bhavantaṃ gotamaṃ evaṃ kalyāṇo kittisaddo abbhuggato

abbhumme →

bodhirasa

oh no! oh dear!

ANa 1.261 khujjuttarā sāmāvatīvatthu

sā ... sappassa nikkhamanokāsaṃ katvā, abbhumme anto sappo'ti vīṇaṃ chaḍḍetvā palāyi

abbhussakkamāna →

bodhirasa

rising, ascending

AN 10.15 appamādasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, saradasamaye viddhe vigatavalāhake deve ādicco nabhaṃ abbhussakkamāno sabbaṃ ākāsagataṃ tamagataṃ abhivihacca bhāsate ca tapate ca virocati ca

abbhuta →

bodhirasa

marvellous, extraordinary, unbelievable, astonishing

AN 8.23 paṭhamahatthakasuttaṃ

sattahi, bhikkhave, acchariyehi abbhutehi dhammehi samannāgataṃ hatthakaṃ āḷavakaṃ dhāretha.

AN 4.62 ānaṇyasuttaṃ

suttaṃ geyyaṃ veyyākaraṇaṃ gāthā udānaṃ itivuttakaṃ jātakaṃ abbhuta-dhammaṃ vedallaṃ

abbhutadhamma →

bodhirasa

marvellous accounts

AN 4.62 ānaṇyasuttaṃ

suttaṃ geyyaṃ veyyākaraṇaṃ gāthā udānaṃ itivuttakaṃ jātakaṃ abbhutadhammaṃ vedallaṃ

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, ekacce moghapurisā dhammaṃ pariyāpuṇanti, suttaṃ, geyyaṃ, veyyākaraṇaṃ, gāthaṃ, udānaṃ, itivuttakaṃ, jātakaṃ, abbhutadhammaṃ, vedallaṃ.

abbhutaṃ →

bodhirasa

wonderful! marvellous! extraordinary! unbelievable!

AN 4.45 rohitassasuttaṃ

acchariyaṃ, bhante, abbhutaṃ, bhante!

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

acchariyaṃ, moggallāna, abbhutaṃ, moggallāna! yāva bāhāgahaṇā'pi nāma so moghapuriso āgamessatī'ti

abhibhuyya →

bodhirasa

conquering, vanquishing, overcoming, overpowering

AN 3.91 dutiya sikkhattayasuttaṃ

yathā divā tathā rattiṃ, yathā rattiṃ tathā divā, abhibhuyya disā sabbā, appamāṇasamādhinā.

SNP 66 jatukaṇṇi māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 11

bhagavā hi kāme abhibhuyya iriyati, ādicco'va pathaviṃ tejī tejasā, parittapaññassa me bhūripañña, ācikkha dhammaṃ yam'ahaṃ vijaññaṃ, jātijarāya idha vippahānaṃ.

abhibhū →

bodhirasa

conqueror, victor, vanquisher

AN 5.57 abhiṇhapaccavekkhitabbaṭhānasuttaṃ

sabbe made abhibh'osmi, nekkhammaṃ daṭṭhu khemato, tassa me ahu ussāho, nibbānaṃ abhipassato.

SNP 52 tuvaṭakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 14

abhibhū hi so anabhibhūto, sakkhidhammam'anītiham'adassī, tasmā hi tassa bhagavato sāsane, appamatto sadā namassam'anusikkhe'ti.

abhibhūta →

bodhirasa

conquered, vanquished, overcome, overpowered

AN 7.64 kodhanasuttaṃ

kodhano'yaṃ, bhikkhave, purisapuggalo kodh'ābhibhūto kodhapareto, kiñcā'pi so hoti sunhāto suvilitto kappitakesamassu odātavatthavasano, atha kho so dubbaṇṇo'va hoti kodh'ābhibhūto.

abhumme →

bodhirasa

oh no! oh dear! alas!

JA 525 cūḷasutasoma jātakaṃ

abhumme kathaṃ nu bhaṇasi, sallaṃ me deva urasi kappesi, sattasatā te bhariyā, kathaṃ nu te tā bhavissanti.

abhutvā →

bodhirasa

having not eaten, having not enjoyed

TH 259 sāriputtattheragāthā

cattāro pañca ālope, abhutvā udakaṃ pive, alaṃ phāsuvihārāya, pahit'attassa bhikkhuno.

abhuñjisaṃ →

bodhirasa

I ate

TH 261 mahākassapa theragāthā

kuḍḍamūlañ'ca nissāya, ālopaṃ taṃ abhuñjisaṃ, bhuñjamāne vā bhutte vā, jegucchaṃ me na vijjati.

abhuñjitvā →

bodhirasa

having not eaten, having not enjoyed

MN 3 dhammadāyādasuttaṃ

yaṃnūn'āhaṃ imaṃ piṇḍapātaṃ abhuñjitvā iminā'va jighacchādubbalyena evaṃ imaṃ rattindivaṃ vītināmeyyan'ti.

abhūta →

bodhirasa

not become, not happened

UD 73 tatiya nibbāna paṭisaṃyuttasuttaṃ

atthi bhikkhave ajātaṃ abhūtaṃ akataṃ asaṅkhataṃ

abhūta →

bodhirasa

false, not true

AN 10.176 cundasuttaṃ

samphappalāpī hoti akālavādī abhūta-vādī anatthavādī adhammavādī avinayavādī, anidhānavatiṃ vācaṃ bhāsitā hoti akālena anapadesaṃ apariyantavatiṃ anatthasaṃhitaṃ

MN 139 araṇavibhaṅgasuttaṃ

tatra, bhikkhave, yaṃ jaññā rahovādaṃ abhūtaṃ atacchaṃ anatthasaṃhitaṃ sasakkaṃ, taṃ rahovādaṃ na bhāseyya.

abhūta →

bodhirasa

lie, untruth, falsehood

AN 3.70 akusalamūlasuttaṃ

bhūtena kho pana vuccamāno avajānāti, no paṭijānāti. abhūtena vuccamāno na ātappaṃ karoti, tassa nibbeṭhanāya iti'p'etaṃ atacchaṃ iti'p'etaṃ abhūtan'ti.

abhūtavādī →

bodhirasa

liar, who speaks falsely

DHP 306 nirayavaggo

abhūtavādī nirayaṃ upeti, yo vā'pi katvā na karomi c'āha, ubho'pi te pecca samā bhavanti, nihīnakammā manujā parattha.

AN 10.176 cundasuttaṃ

samphappalāpī hoti akālavādī abhūtavādī anatthavādī adhammavādī avinayavādī, anidhānavatiṃ vācaṃ bhāsitā hoti akālena anapadesaṃ apariyantavatiṃ anatthasaṃhitaṃ

abhūtena →

bodhirasa

falsely, untruthfully, with something non-existent

AN 9.11 sīhanādasuttaṃ

taggha taṃ, bhikkhu, accayo accagamā yathābālaṃ yathāmūḷhaṃ yathāakusalaṃ, yo tvaṃ sāriputtaṃ asatā tucchā musā abhūtena abbhācikkhi

addhabhūta →

bodhirasa

dirty, soiled, lit. become dirty

SN 22.1 nakulapitusuttaṃ

evam'etaṃ, gahapati, evam'etaṃ, gahapati! āturo h'āyaṃ, gahapati, kāyo addhabhūto pariyonaddho.

agāriyabhūta →

bodhirasa

(state of being a) layman, householder

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.

amaṅkubhūta →

bodhirasa

not embarrassed, not shy, not reserved

AN 5.35 dānānisaṃsasuttaṃ

puna caparaṃ, sīha, dāyako dānapati yaṃ yad'eva parisaṃ upasaṅkamati, yadi khattiyaparisaṃ yadi brāhmaṇaparisaṃ yadi gahapatiparisaṃ yadi samaṇaparisaṃ, visārado'va upasaṅkamati amaṅkubhūto.

anabhibhūta →

bodhirasa

unconquered, unvanquished, undefeated

AN 3.70 akusalamūlasuttaṃ

yad'api aluddho lobhena anabhibhūto apariyādinnacitto na parassa asatā dukkhaṃ uppādayati, vadhena vā bandhanena vā jāniyā vā garahāya vā pabbājanāya vā balav'amhi bal'attho iti'pi tad'api kusalaṃ.

SNP 52 tuvaṭakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 14

abhibhū hi so anabhibhūto, sakkhidhammam'anītiham'adassī, tasmā hi tassa bhagavato sāsane, appamatto sadā namassam'anusikkhe'ti.

andhabhūta →

bodhirasa

blind, ignorant, lit. become blind

DHP 59 pupphavaggo

evaṃ saṅkārabhūtesu, andhabhūte puthujjane, atirocati paññāya, sammāsambuddhasāvako.

DHP 174 lokavaggo

andhabhūto ayaṃ loko, tanuk'ettha vipassati, sakuṇo jālamutto'va, appo saggāya gacchati.

aparibhutta →

bodhirasa

not tasted, not eaten, not enjoyed

AN 1.601 amatavaggo

amataṃ tesaṃ, bhikkhave, aparibhuttaṃ yesaṃ kāyagatāsati aparibhuttā. amataṃ tesaṃ, bhikkhave, paribhuttaṃ yesaṃ kāyagatāsati paribhuttā'ti

appossukka tuṇhībhūta →

bodhirasa

calm and quiet

SN 35.240 kummopamasuttaṃ

addasā kho, bhikkhave, kummo kacchapo siṅgālaṃ dūrato'va gocarapasutaṃ. disvāna soṇḍipañcamāni aṅgāni sake kapāle samodahitvā appossukko tuṇhībhūto saṅkasāyati.

ariyabhūmi →

bodhirasa

realm of the noble ones, state of enlightenment

DHP 236 malavaggo

so karohi dīpam'attano, khippaṃ vāyama paṇḍito bhava, niddhantamalo anaṅgaṇo, dibbaṃ ariyabhūmiṃ upehisi.

aḍḍhakumbhūpama →

bodhirasa

like a half-filled clay water pot, i.e. noisy

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

yad'ūnakaṃ taṃ saṇati, yaṃ pūraṃ santam'eva taṃ, aḍḍhakumbh'ūpamo bālo, rahado pūro'va paṇḍito.

aṇḍabhūta →

bodhirasa

become like an egg, i.e. weak, fragile

SN 22.1 nakulapitusuttaṃ

evam'etaṃ, gahapati, evam'etaṃ, gahapati! āturo h'āyaṃ, gahapati, kāyo aṇḍabhūto pariyonaddho.

bhujissa →

bodhirasa

cleansing, freeing, liberating

AN 6.10 mahānāmasuttaṃ

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

bhujissa →

bodhirasa

freed slave, free man

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

so aparena samayena tamhā dāsabyā mucceyya attādhīno aparādhīno bhujisso

bhumma →

bodhirasa

earthly, terrestrial

MN 31 cūḷagosiṅgasuttaṃ

dīghassa parajanassa yakkhassa saddaṃ sutvā bhummā devā saddam'anussāvesuṃ, lābhā vata bho vajjīnaṃ, suladdhalābhā vajjipajāya, yattha tathāgato viharati arahaṃ sammāsambuddho

DHP 28 appamādavaggo

pamādaṃ appamādena, yadā nudati paṇḍito, paññāpāsādam'āruyha, asoko sokiniṃ pajaṃ, pabbataṭṭho'va bhumma-ṭṭhe, dhīro bāle avekkhati.

bhummaṭṭha →

bodhirasa

standing on the ground, situated on the earth

DHP 28 appamādavaggo

pamādaṃ appamādena, yadā nudati paṇḍito, paññāpāsādam'āruyha, asoko sokiniṃ pajaṃ, pabbataṭṭho'va bhummaṭṭhe, dhīro bāle avekkhati.

bhusa →

bodhirasa

powerful, mighty

DHP 339 taṇhāvaggo

yassa chattiṃsati sotā, manāpasavanā bhusā, vāhā vahanti duddiṭṭhiṃ, saṅkappā rāganissitā.

bhusa →

bodhirasa

chaff, husk, straw, debris

UD 69 udapānasuttaṃ

atha kho te thūṇeyyakā brāhmaṇagahapatikā udapānaṃ tiṇassa ca bhusassa ca yāva mukhato pūresuṃ, mā te muṇḍakā samaṇakā pānīyaṃ apaṃsū'ti

DHP 252 malavaggo

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

bhutta →

bodhirasa

eaten

TH 261 mahākassapa theragāthā

kuḍḍamūlañ'ca nissāya, ālopaṃ taṃ abhuñjisaṃ, bhuñjamāne vā bhutte vā, jegucchaṃ me na vijjati.

SNP 4 kasibhāradvājasuttaṃ uragavaggo 4

na khv'āhaṃ taṃ, brāhmaṇa, passāmi sadevake loke samārake sabrahmake sassamaṇabrāhmaṇiyā pajāya sadevamanussāya, yassa so pāyaso bhutto sammā pariṇāmaṃ gaccheyya, aññatra tathāgatassa vā tathāgatasāvakassa vā.

bhuttāvasesa →

bodhirasa

leftovers, lit. food remaining

MN 31 cūḷagosiṅgasuttaṃ

yo pacchā gāmato piṇḍāya paṭikkamati, sace hoti bhutt'āvaseso sace ākaṅkhati bhuñjati, no ce ākaṅkhati appaharite vā chaḍḍeti, appāṇake vā udake opilāpeti

bhuttāvī →

bodhirasa

who has eaten, stuffed, full

SN 3.13 doṇapākasuttaṃ

atha kho bhagavā rājānaṃ pasenadiṃ kosalaṃ bhuttāviṃ mahassāsiṃ viditvā tāyaṃ velāyaṃ imaṃ gāthaṃ abhāsi

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, sunakkhatta, puriso manuññabhojanaṃ bhuttāvī chaḍḍeyya. taṃ kiṃ maññasi, sunakkhatta, api nu tassa purisassa tasmiṃ vante puna bhottu'kamyatā assā'ti?

bhutvā →

bodhirasa

having eaten, having enjoyed

SN 1.41 ādittasuttaṃ

atha antena jahati, sarīraṃ sapariggahaṃ, etad'aññāya medhāvī, bhuñjetha ca dadetha ca, datvā ca bhutvā ca yath'ānubhāvaṃ, anindito saggam'upeti ṭhānan'ti.

bhutvāna →

bodhirasa

having eaten, having relished, having enjoyed

SNP 7 vasalasuttaṃ uragavaggo 7

yo ve parakulaṃ gantvā, bhutvāna sucibhojanaṃ, āgataṃ nappaṭipūjeti, taṃ jaññā vasalo iti.

bhuvādigaṇa →

bodhirasa

√bhu etc group, root group 1 a

bhuñjamāna →

bodhirasa

eating, enjoying

SN 1.10 araññasuttaṃ

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

MN 65 bhaddālisuttaṃ

etha, tumhe'pi, bhikkhave, ekāsanabhojanaṃ bhuñjatha. ekāsanabhojanaṃ kho, bhikkhave, tumhe'pi bhuñjamānā app'ābādhatañ'ca sañjānissatha app'ātaṅkatañ'ca lahuṭṭhānañ'ca balañ'ca phāsuvihārañcā'ti.

bhuñjana →

bodhirasa

eating, dining

DHPa 1.5.11 jambukatthera vatthu

āvuso, āgantuka kuṭumbikassa te gehe bhattaṃ bhuñjanato varataraṃ mīḷhaṃ khādituṃ... kuṭumbikena dinnasāṭakanivāsanato varataraṃ naggena vicarituṃ

bhuñjanta →

bodhirasa

eating, consuming, using, enjoying

AN 4.62 ānaṇyasuttaṃ

ānaṇyasukhaṃ ñatvāna, atho atthisukhaṃ paraṃ, bhuñjaṃ bhogasukhaṃ macco, tato paññā vipassati.

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

sappāyāni c'eva bhojanāni bhuñjeyyāsi, mā te asappāyāni bhojanāni bhuñjato vaṇo assāvī assa.

bhuñjati →

bodhirasa

eats, consumes

MN 65 bhaddālisuttaṃ

etha, tumhe'pi, bhikkhave, ekāsanabhojanaṃ bhuñjatha. ekāsanabhojanaṃ kho, bhikkhave, tumhe'pi bhuñjamānā app'ābādhatañ'ca sañjānissatha app'ātaṅkatañ'ca lahuṭṭhānañ'ca balañ'ca phāsuvihārañcā'ti.

SNP 4 kasibhāradvājasuttaṃ uragavaggo 4

ahaṃ kho, samaṇa, kasāmi ca vapāmi ca. kasitvā ca vapitvā ca bhuñjāmi. tvam'pi, samaṇa, kasassu ca vapassu ca. kasitvā ca vapitvā ca bhuñjassū'ti.

bhuñjati →

bodhirasa

uses, enjoy

TH 224 sundarasamudda theragāthā

yuvā'si tvaṃ pabbajito, tiṭṭhāhi mama sāsane, bhuñja mānusake kāme, ahaṃ vittaṃ dadāmi te, saccaṃ te paṭijānāmi, aggiṃ vā te harām'ahaṃ.

bhuñjitabba →

bodhirasa

should be eaten, edible

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

idaṃ te khāditabbaṃ, idaṃ te na khāditabbaṃ, idaṃ te bhuñjitabbaṃ, idaṃ te na bhuñjitabbaṃ, idaṃ te sāyitabbaṃ, idaṃ te na sāyitabbaṃ, idaṃ te pātabbaṃ, idaṃ te na pātabbaṃ

bhuñjituṃ →

bodhirasa

to use, to enjoy

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

sakkā bhoge ca bhuñjituṃ puññāni ca kātuṃ. yaṃnūn'āhaṃ sikkhaṃ paccakkhāya hīnāy'āvattitvā bhoge ca bhuñjeyyaṃ puññāni ca kareyyan'ti.

bhuñjitvā →

bodhirasa

having eaten, having enjoyed

MN 3 dhammadāyādasuttaṃ

kiñc'āpi so bhikkhave bhikkhu taṃ piṇḍapātaṃ bhuñjitvā jighacchā-dubbalyaṃ paṭivinodetvā evaṃ taṃ rattin'divaṃ vītināmeyya

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

mahāmāyā'pi devī … varabhojanaṃ bhuñjitvā uposathaṅgāni adhiṭṭhāya alaṅkatapaṭiyattaṃ sirigabbhaṃ pavisitvā sirisayane nipannā niddaṃ okkamamānā imaṃ supinaṃ addasa.

bhūma →

bodhirasa

earth, ground

DHP 28 appamādavaggo

pamādaṃ appamādena, yadā nudati paṇḍito, paññāpāsādam'āruyha, asoko sokiniṃ pajaṃ, pabbataṭṭho'va bhūma-ṭṭhe, dhīro bāle avekkhati.

bhūmaka →

bodhirasa

from the area, of the region

AN 10.176 cundasuttaṃ

brāhmaṇā, bhante, pacchā-bhūmakā kamaṇḍalukā sevālamālikā aggiparicārikā udak'orohakā soceyyāni paññapenti, tesāhaṃ soceyyāni rocemī'ti

SN 42.6 asibandhakaputtasuttaṃ

brāhmaṇā, bhante, pacchā bhūmakā kāmaṇḍalukā sevālamālikā udak'orohakā aggiparicārakā. te mataṃ kālaṅkataṃ uyyāpenti nāma saññāpenti nāma saggaṃ nāma okkāmenti.

bhūmaṭṭha →

bodhirasa

standing on the ground, situated on the earth

DHP 28 appamādavaggo

pamādaṃ appamādena, yadā nudati paṇḍito, paññāpāsādam'āruyha, asoko sokiniṃ pajaṃ, pabbataṭṭho'va bhūmaṭṭhe, dhīro bāle avekkhati.

bhūmi →

bodhirasa

earth, ground

VIN 4.5.158 mahākaccānassa pañcavaraparidassanā

avantidakkhiṇāpathe, bhante, kaṇhuttarā bhūmi kharā gokaṇṭakahatā, app'eva nāma bhagavā avantidakkhiṇāpathe guṇaṅguṇūpāhanaṃ anujāneyya

JAa 7 kaṭṭhahāri jātakavaṇṇanā

deva, idāni ṭhapetvā saccakiriyaṃ añño mama sakkhi n'atthi, sac'āyaṃ dārako tumhe paṭicca jāto, ākāse tiṭṭhatu, no ce, bhūmiyaṃ patitvā maratū'ti bodhisattassa pāde gahetvā ākāse khipi.

bhūmi →

bodhirasa

land, region, area, realm

DHP 236 malavaggo

so karohi dīpam'attano, khippaṃ vāyama paṇḍito bhava, niddhantamalo anaṅgaṇo, dibbaṃ ariya-bhūmiṃ upehisi.

DN 23.10 pāyāsisuttaṃ

abhijānāsi no tvaṃ, rājañña, divā seyyaṃ upagato supinakaṃ passitā ārāmarāmaṇeyyakaṃ vanarāmaṇeyyakaṃ bhūmi-rāmaṇeyyakaṃ pokkharaṇīrāmaṇeyyakan'ti

bhūmi →

bodhirasa

grounds, basis, foundation

SNP 46 pasūrasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 8

yā uṇṇatī s'āssa vighāta-bhūmi, mān'ātimānaṃ vadate pan'eso, etam'pi disvā na vivādayetha, na hi tena suddhiṃ kusalā vadanti.

bhūmi →

bodhirasa

plane, level, stage, sphere

SN 25.1 cakkhusuttaṃ

yo, bhikkhave, ime dhamme evaṃ saddahati adhimuccati, ayaṃ vuccati saddh'ānusārī, okkanto sammattaniyāmaṃ, sappurisa-bhūmiṃ okkanto, vītivatto puthujjana-bhūmiṃ.

SNP 51 mahābyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 13

appañ'hi etaṃ na alaṃ samāya, duve vivādassa phalāni brūmi, etam'pi disvā na vivādayetha, khem'ābhipassaṃ avivāda-bhūmiṃ.

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.

bhūmirāmaṇeyyaka →

bodhirasa

delightful place, lovely area, wonderful region

DHP 98 arahantavaggo

gāme vā yadi v'āraññe, ninne vā yadi vā thale, yattha arahanto viharanti, taṃ bhūmirāmaṇeyyakaṃ.

DN 23.10 pāyāsisuttaṃ

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

bhūmisenāpati →

bodhirasa

ruler of the land and the army

DN 19.11 mahāgovindasuttaṃ

sace te ūnaṃ kāmehi, ahaṃ paripūrayāmi te, yo taṃ hiṃsati vāremi, bhūmisenāpati ahaṃ.

bhūmyā →

bodhirasa

in the earth

JA 149 ekapaṇṇa jātakaṃ

ekapaṇṇo ayaṃ rukkho, na bhūmyā caturaṅgulo, phalena visakappena, mahāyaṃ kiṃ bhavissatī'ti.

bhūnahacca →

bodhirasa

killing of beings

AN 7.64 kodhanasuttaṃ

bhūnahaccāni kammāni, attamāraṇiyāni ca, karontā n'āvabujjhanti, kodhajāto parābhavo.

bhūri →

bodhirasa

vast, extensive, abundant

SN 22.95 pheṇapiṇḍūpamasuttaṃ

imañ'ca kāyaṃ ārabbha, bhūri-paññena desitaṃ, pahānaṃ tiṇṇaṃ dhammānaṃ, rūpaṃ passatha chaḍḍitaṃ.

bhūri →

bodhirasa

wisdom, discernment

DHP 282 maggavaggo

yogā ve jāyatī bhūri, ayogā bhūrisaṅkhayo, etaṃ dvedhāpathaṃ ñatvā, bhavāya vibhavāya ca, tath'āttānaṃ niveseyya, yathā bhūri pavaḍḍhati.

bhūripañña →

bodhirasa

of extensive understanding, of vast wisdom

SN 22.95 pheṇapiṇḍūpamasuttaṃ

imañ'ca kāyaṃ ārabbha, bhūripaññena desitaṃ, pahānaṃ tiṇṇaṃ dhammānaṃ, rūpaṃ passatha chaḍḍitaṃ.

SNP 42 suddhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 4

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

bhūrisaṅkhaya →

bodhirasa

destruction of wisdom, loss of discernment

DHP 282 maggavaggo

yogā ve jāyatī bhūri, ayogā bhūrisaṅkhayo, etaṃ dvedhāpathaṃ ñatvā, bhavāya vibhavāya ca, tath'āttānaṃ niveseyya, yathā bhūri pavaḍḍhati.

bhūta →

bodhirasa

existing, born, living

MN 9 sammādiṭṭhisuttaṃ

cattāro'me āvuso āhārā bhūtānaṃ vā sattānaṃ ṭhitiyā, sambhavesīnaṃ vā anuggahāya.

bhūta →

bodhirasa

true, correct, accurate lit. what is

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

evaṃ no ayaṃ amhākaṃ samaññā ca saccā bhavissati paṭiññā ca bhūtā.

AN 4.100 potaliyasuttaṃ

idha, potaliya, ekacco puggalo avaṇṇārahassa avaṇṇaṃ bhāsitā hoti bhūtaṃ tacchaṃ kālena, no ca kho vaṇṇārahassa vaṇṇaṃ bhāsitā hoti bhūtaṃ tacchaṃ kālena.

bhūta →

bodhirasa

being, living being

DHP 131 daṇḍavaggo

sukhakāmāni bhūtāni, yo daṇḍena vihiṃsati, attano sukham'esāno, pecca so na labhate sukhaṃ.

DHP 142 daṇḍavaggo

alaṅkato ce'pi samaṃ careyya, santo danto niyato brahmacārī, sabbesu bhūtesu nidhāya daṇḍaṃ, so brāhmaṇo so samaṇo sa bhikkhu.

bhūta →

bodhirasa

become, born

UD 73 tatiya nibbāna paṭisaṃyuttasuttaṃ

yasmā ca kho, bhikkhave, atthi ajātaṃ abhūtaṃ akataṃ asaṅkhataṃ, tasmā jātassa bhūtassa katassa saṅkhatassa nissaraṇaṃ paññāyetha

bhūtagāma →

bodhirasa

plants, lit. collection of beings

MN 27 cūḷa hatthipadopamasuttaṃ

so bījagāma-bhūtagāma-samārambhā paṭivirato hoti

bhūtakāla →

bodhirasa

time to be real, time to be matter of fact

VIN 4.1.63 upasampadā vidhi

suṇasi itthannāma ayaṃ te saccakālo bhūtakālo

bhūtamidaṃ →

bodhirasa

this is, this has become, this has come to be

SN 12.31 bhūtasuttaṃ

bhūtam'idan'ti, sāriputta, passasī'ti? bhūtam'idan'ti, bhante, yathābhūtaṃ sammappaññāya passati.

bhūtapati →

bodhirasa

Lord of Beings, Lord of the Demons, Lord of the Underworld

JA 546 vidhura jātakaṃ

so puṇṇako kāmavegena giddho, irandhatiṃ nāgakaññaṃ jigiṃsaṃ, gantvāna taṃ bhūtapatiṃ yasassiṃ, iccabravī vessavaṇaṃ kuveraṃ.

bhūtapubbaṃ →

bodhirasa

formerly, in the past, once upon a time, lit. become past

SN 47.6 sakuṇagghisuttaṃ

bhūtapubbaṃ, bhikkhave, sakuṇagghi lāpaṃ sakuṇaṃ sahasā ajjhappattā aggahesi.

SN 35.240 kummopamasuttaṃ

bhūtapubbaṃ, bhikkhave, kummo kacchapo sāyanhasamayaṃ anunadītīre gocarapasuto ahosi. siṅgālopi kho, bhikkhave, sāyanhasamayaṃ anunadītīre gocarapasuto ahosi.

bhūtavādī →

bodhirasa

who speaks what is true

AN 10.176 cundasuttaṃ

kālavādī bhūtavādī atthavādī dhammavādī vinayavādī nidhānavatiṃ vācaṃ bhāsitā hoti kālena sāpadesaṃ pariyantavatiṃ atthasaṃhitaṃ

bhūtena →

bodhirasa

truthfully, lit. with what is

AN 3.70 akusalamūlasuttaṃ

bhūtena kho pana vuccamāno avajānāti, no paṭijānāti. abhūtena vuccamāno na ātappaṃ karoti, tassa nibbeṭhanāya iti'p'etaṃ atacchaṃ iti'p'etaṃ abhūtanti.

brahmabhūta →

bodhirasa

holiest, greatest lit. become like god

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

so h'āvuso, bhagavā jānaṃ jānāti, passaṃ passati, cakkhubhūto ñāṇabhūto dhammabhūto brahmabhūto, vattā pavattā, atthassa ninnetā, amatassa dātā, dhammassāmī tathāgato

bubhukkhita →

bodhirasa

hungry, lit. wished to eat

JA 154 uraga jātaka

idh'ūragānaṃ pavaro paviṭṭho, selassa vaṇṇena pamokkham'icchaṃ, brahmañ'ca vaṇṇaṃ apacāyamāno, bubhukkhito no visahāmi bhottuṃ.

cakkhubhūta →

bodhirasa

seer, visionary, lit. become the eye

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

so h'āvuso, bhagavā jānaṃ jānāti, passaṃ passati, cakkhubhūto ñāṇabhūto dhammabhūto brahmabhūto, vattā pavattā, atthassa ninnetā, amatassa dātā, dhammassāmī tathāgato

cātumahābhūtika →

bodhirasa

composed of four primary elements

DN 2.24 sāmaññaphalasuttaṃ

ayaṃ kho me kāyo rūpī cātumahābhūtiko mātā-pettika-sambhavo odana-kummāsa-upacayo anicc'ucchādana-parimaddana-bhedana-viddhaṃsana-dhammo, idañ'ca pana me viññāṇaṃ ettha sitaṃ ettha paṭibaddhan'ti

dhammabhūta →

bodhirasa

become the Dhamma, understands reality

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

so h'āvuso, bhagavā jānaṃ jānāti, passaṃ passati, cakkhubhūto ñāṇabhūto dhammabhūto brahmabhūto, vattā pavattā, atthassa ninnetā, amatassa dātā, dhammassāmī tathāgato

ekodibhūta →

bodhirasa

become unified, become integrated, become whole

SNP 54 sāriputtasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 16

etesu dhammesu vineyya chandaṃ, bhikkhu satimā suvimuttacitto, kālena so sammā dhammaṃ parivīmaṃsamāno, ekodibhūto vihane tamaṃ so'ti.

kalalībhūta →

bodhirasa

muddy, dirty

SN 46.55 saṅgāravasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, brāhmaṇa, udapatto āvilo luḷito kalalībhūto andhakāre nikkhitto. tattha cakkhumā puriso sakaṃ mukhanimittaṃ paccavekkhamāno yathābhūtaṃ na jāneyya na passeyya.

kathaṃbhūta →

bodhirasa

how? what kind? what way? lit. how become?

AN 10.48 dasadhammasuttaṃ

kathaṃbhūtassa me rattindivā vītivattantī'ti pabbajitena abhiṇhaṃ paccavekkhitabbaṃ

khemantabhūmī →

bodhirasa

place of rest, safe place, peaceful land, sanctuary

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi … āṇaṇyaṃ yathā ārogyaṃ yathā bandhanāmokkhaṃ yathā bhujissaṃ yathā khemantabhūmiṃ

khīrodakībhūta →

bodhirasa

blending like milk and water, lit. become milk and water

MN 31 cūḷagosiṅgasuttaṃ

kacci pana vo, anuruddhā, samaggā sammodamānā avivadamānā khīrodakībhūtā aññamaññaṃ piyacakkhūhi sampassantā viharathā'ti?

mahābhūta →

bodhirasa

primary element, earth water fire wind, lit. great element

SN 35.245 kiṃsukopamasuttaṃ

yato kho, āvuso, bhikkhu catunnaṃ mahābhūtānaṃ samudayañ'ca atthaṅ'gamañ'ca yathābhūtaṃ pajānāti, ettāvatā kho, āvuso, bhikkhuno dassanaṃ suvisuddhaṃ hotī'ti.

SN 22.57 sattaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

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

manussabhūta →

bodhirasa

of human birth

DN 30.21 lakkhaṇasuttaṃ

yam'pi bhikkhave tathāgato purimaṃ jātiṃ purimaṃ bhavaṃ purimaṃ niketaṃ pubbe manussabhūto samāno micchājīvaṃ pahāya sammāājīvena jīvikaṃ kappesi

maṅkubhūta →

bodhirasa

dumbstruck, humiliated, embarrassed, despondent

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.

mudubhūta →

bodhirasa

become soft, pliable, supple

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

so evaṃ samāhite citte parisuddhe pariyodāte anaṅgaṇe vigatūpakkilese mudubhūte kammaniye ṭhite āneñjappatte pubbenivāsānussatiñāṇāya cittaṃ abhininnāmeti

nābhibhuyya →

bodhirasa

not conquering, not vanquishing, not overcoming, not overpowering

AN 10.24 mahācundasuttaṃ

ñāṇavādañ'ca, āvuso, bhikkhu vadamāno bhāvanāvādañ'ca, jānāmimaṃ dhammaṃ, passāmimaṃ dhammaṃ, bhāvitakāyo'mhi bhāvitasīlo bhāvitacitto bhāvitapañño'ti. tañ'ce, āvuso, bhikkhuṃ lobho n'ābhibhuyya tiṭṭhati

paccanubhūta →

bodhirasa

experienced, suffered, undergone, met with

SN 15.1 tiṇakaṭṭhasuttaṃ

evaṃ dīgharattaṃ vo, bhikkhave, dukkhaṃ paccanubhūtaṃ tibbaṃ paccanubhūtaṃ byasanaṃ paccanubhūtaṃ, kaṭasī vaḍḍhitā.

pallaṅkaṃ ābhujitvā →

bodhirasa

having folded the legs into sitting meditation position

UD 50 cūḷapanthakasuttaṃ

tena kho pana samayena āyasmā cūḷapanthako bhagavato avidūre nisinno hoti pallaṅkaṃ ābhujitvā ujuṃ kāyaṃ paṇidhāya parimukhaṃ satiṃ upaṭṭhapetvā.

MN 62 mahārāhulovādasuttaṃ

tato paṭinivattitvā aññatarasmiṃ rukkhamūle nisīdi pallaṅkaṃ ābhujitvā ujuṃ kāyaṃ paṇidhāya parimukhaṃ satiṃ upaṭṭhapetvā.

paribhutta →

bodhirasa

consumed, eaten, enjoyed

AN 1.601 amatavaggo

amataṃ tesaṃ, bhikkhave, aparibhuttaṃ yesaṃ kāyagatāsati aparibhuttā. amataṃ tesaṃ, bhikkhave, paribhuttaṃ yesaṃ kāyagatāsati paribhuttā'ti

paribhuñjanta →

bodhirasa

eating, using, consuming, enjoying

DHPa 2.18.10 meṇḍakaseṭṭhi vatthu

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

VISM 1.9.2 karuṇā bhāvanā kathā

kiñcā'pi so tāni khādanto c'eva paribhuñjanto ca sukhito bhogasamappito viya gacchati, atha kho taṃ n'eva koci, sukhito ayaṃ mahābhogo'ti maññati

paribhuñjati →

bodhirasa

eats, uses, consumes, enjoys

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

yesañ'ca mayaṃ cīvara-piṇḍapāta-senāsana-gilānappaccaya-bhesajja-parikkhāraṃ paribhuñjāma tesaṃ te kārā amhesu mahapphalā bhavissanti mahānisaṃsā

SN 20.9 nāgasuttaṃ

tesaṃ gihī pasannākāraṃ karonti. te taṃ lābhaṃ agadhitā amucchitā anajjhopannā ādīnavadassāvino nissaraṇapaññā paribhuñjanti.

paribhuñji →

bodhirasa

ate, used, consumed, enjoyed

DHPa 2.24.11 aputtakaseṭṭhi vatthu

rājā satthu vacanaṃ sutvā aho bhante bhāriyaṃ kammaṃ ettake nāma bhoge vijjamāne n'eva attanā paribhuñji na tumhādise buddhe dhuravihāre viharante puññakammaṃ akāsī'ti āha

puthujjanabhūmi →

bodhirasa

level of of the man in the street, stage of being a common Joe

SN 25.1 cakkhusuttaṃ

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

pātubhūta →

bodhirasa

appeared, manifested, became evident

AN 3.36 devadūtasuttaṃ

ambho purisa na tvaṃ addasa manussesu tatiyaṃ devadūtaṃ pātubhūtan'ti? so evam'āha nāddasaṃ bhante'ti

JA 9 maghadeva jātakaṃ

uttamaṅgaruhā mayhaṃ, ime jātā vayoharā, pātubhūtā devadūtā, pabbajjāsamayo mamā'ti.

pāṇabhūta →

bodhirasa

living beings, lit. breathing beings

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

sabba-pāṇabhūta-hita-anukampī byāpādapadosā cittaṃ parisodheti

sabbapāṇabhūtahitānukampī →

bodhirasa

compassionate for the well-being of all living beings

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

byāpādapadosaṃ pahāya abyāpannacitto viharati, sabbapāṇabhūtahitānukampī, byāpādapadosā cittaṃ parisodheti

sabbābhibhū →

bodhirasa

all conquering, victorious over everything

DHP 353 taṇhāvaggo

sabb'ābhibhū sabbavidū'ham'asmi, sabbesu dhammesu anūpalitto, sabbañ'jaho taṇhakkhaye vimutto, sayaṃ abhiññāya kam'uddiseyyaṃ.

SN 21.10 theranāmakasuttaṃ

sabb'ābhibhuṃ sabbaviduṃ sumedhaṃ, sabbesu dhammesu anūpalittaṃ, sabbañ'jahaṃ taṇhākkhaye vimuttaṃ, tam'ahaṃ naraṃ ekavihārīti brūmī'ti.

sabbālaṅkāravibhūsita →

bodhirasa

adorned in all finery, dressed up in all her jewellery

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

sattame divase pāto'va uṭṭhāya gandhodakena nhāyitvā cattāri satasahassāni vissajjetvā mahādānaṃ datvā sabbālaṅkāravibhūsitā varabhojanaṃ bhuñjitvā

samaṅgībhūta →

bodhirasa

endowed (with), provided (with), possessing

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

so tattha passati gahapatiṃ vā gahapatiputtaṃ vā pañcahi kāmaguṇehi samappitaṃ samaṅgībhūtaṃ paricārayamānaṃ.

sammukhībhūta →

bodhirasa

face to face with, in the presence of

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

evaṃsampadam'idaṃ āyasmantānaṃ satthari sammukhībhūte, taṃ bhagavantaṃ atisitvā, amhe etam'atthaṃ paṭipucchitabbaṃ maññatha

sappurisabhūmi →

bodhirasa

level of good person, realm of the great man

SN 25.1 cakkhusuttaṃ

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

sarabhū →

bodhirasa

Sarabhū River, one of the 5 great rivers of ancient India

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

puna caparaṃ, bhikkhave, yā kāci mahānadiyo, seyyathidaṃ gaṅgā yamunā aciravatī sarabhū mahī, tā mahāsamuddaṃ patvā jahanti purimāni nāmagottāni, mahāsamuddo'tveva saṅkhaṃ gacchanti

savibhūsā →

bodhirasa

self-adornment, personal embellishment

SNP 52 tuvaṭakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 14

niddaṃ na bahulīkareyya, jāgariyaṃ bhajeyya ātāpī, tandiṃ māyaṃ hassaṃ khiḍḍaṃ, methunaṃ vippajahe savibhūsaṃ.

saṅkārabhūta →

bodhirasa

rubbish-like being, worthless being, lit. rubbish being

DHP 59 pupphavaggo

evaṃ saṅkārabhūtesu, andhabhūte puthujjane, atirocati paññāya, sammāsambuddhasāvako.

subhūmi →

bodhirasa

good place, nice ground

AN 5.28 paṭhamadhammavihārīsuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, subhūmiyaṃ catumahāpathe ājaññaratho yutto assa ṭhito odhastapatodo.

sītibhūta →

bodhirasa

calmed, liberated, lit. become cool

VV 83 maṭṭhakuṇḍalī vimānavatthu

sv'āhaṃ abbūḷhasallo'smi, sītibhūto'smi nibbuto, na socāmi na rodāmi, vata sutvāna māṇavāti.

tanubhūta →

bodhirasa

reduced, decreased, diminished, lit. become thin

SN 54.9 vesālīsuttaṃ

atha kho bhagavā tassa aḍḍhamāsassa accayena paṭisallānā vuṭṭhito āyasmantaṃ ānandaṃ āmantesi, kiṃ nu kho, ānanda, tanubhūto viya bhikkhusaṅgho'ti?

tuṇhībhūta →

bodhirasa

silent, lit. became silent

MN 152 indriyabhāvanāsuttaṃ

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

SN 35.240 kummopamasuttaṃ

addasā kho, bhikkhave, kummo kacchapo siṅgālaṃ dūrato'va gocarapasutaṃ. disvāna soṇḍipañcamāni aṅgāni sake kapāle samodahitvā appossukko tuṇhībhūto saṅkasāyati.

ujubhūta →

bodhirasa

straight, upright, lit. become straight

AN 5.36 kāladānasuttaṃ

kāle dadanti sappaññā, vadaññū vītamaccharā, kālena dinnaṃ ariyesu, ujubhūtesu tādisu, vippasannamanā tassa, vipulā hoti dakkhiṇā.

uyyānabhūmi →

bodhirasa

parkland, pleasure park grounds

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

ath'ekadivasaṃ bodhisatto uyyānabhūmiṃ gantu'kāmo sārathiṃ āmantetvā, rathaṃ yojehī'ti āha.

vasībhūta →

bodhirasa

attained mastery (over), in control (of)

SN 5.5 uppalavaṇṇāsuttaṃ

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

vibhūsana →

bodhirasa

decoration, adornment

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

vibhūsita →

bodhirasa

decorated, adorned, dressed up

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

gandhodakena nhāyitvā cattāri satasahassāni vissajjetvā mahādānaṃ datvā sabbālaṅkāra-vibhūsitā varabhojanaṃ bhuñjitvā uposathaṅgāni adhiṭṭhāya

vibhūsā →

bodhirasa

adornment, ornamentation, embellishment

SNP 52 tuvaṭakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 14

niddaṃ na bahulīkareyya, jāgariyaṃ bhajeyya ātāpī, tandiṃ māyaṃ hassaṃ khiḍḍaṃ, methunaṃ vippajahe sa-vibhūsaṃ.

vibhūta →

bodhirasa

vanished, disappeared, ended, ceased, does not exist

SNP 69 posāla māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 14

vibhūta-rūpa-saññissa, sabbakāyappahāyino, ajjhattañ'ca bahiddhā ca, n'atthi kiñcī'ti passato, ñāṇaṃ sakk'ānupucchāmi, kathaṃ neyyo tathāvidho.

SNP 49 kalahavivādasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 11

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

vibhūtasaññī →

bodhirasa

with vanished perception, with perception disappeared

SNP 49 kalahavivādasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 11

na saññasaññī na visaññasaññī, no'pi asaññī na vibhūtasaññī, evaṃ sametassa vibhoti rūpaṃ, saññānidānā hi papañcasaṅkhā.

NIDD1 11 kalahavivāda suttaniddesa

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

vibhūti →

bodhirasa

splendour, magnificence

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

mahāmāyā'pi devī pure puṇṇamāya sattamadivasato paṭṭhāya vigatasurāpānaṃ mālāgandha-vibhūti-sampannaṃ nakkhattakīḷaṃ anubhavamānā sattame divase pāto'va uṭṭhāya

vinibbhujati →

bodhirasa

turns inside out, unrolls, unfolds, unfurl

SN 22.95 pheṇapiṇḍūpamasuttaṃ

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

vinibbhujitvā →

bodhirasa

having unpacked, having unravelled, having separated, having disjoined, lit. having unrolled

MN 43 mahāvedallasuttaṃ

yā c'āvuso, paññā yañ'ca viññāṇaṃ, ime dhammā saṃsaṭṭhā udāhu visaṃsaṭṭhā? labbhā ca pan'imesaṃ dhammānaṃ vinibbhujitvā vinibbhujitvā nānākaraṇaṃ paññāpetun'ti?

visenibhūta →

bodhirasa

disarmed, not opposing, at peace, lit. become army-less

SNP 42 suddhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 4

sa sabbadhammesu visenibhūto, yaṃ kiñci diṭṭhaṃ va sutaṃ mutaṃ vā, tam'eva dassiṃ vivaṭaṃ carantaṃ, ken'īdha lokasmi vikappayeyya.

SNP 51 mahābyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 13

sa sabbadhammesu visenibhūto, yaṃ kiñci diṭṭhaṃ va sutaṃ mutaṃ vā, sa pannabhāro muni vippamutto, na kappiyo n'ūparato na patthiyo'ti.

yathābhūta →

bodhirasa

as it is, in reality, lit. like it has become

AN 7.65 hirīottappasuttaṃ

sammā-samādhimhi sati sammā-samādhi-sampannassa upanisa-sampannaṃ hoti yathābhūta-ñāṇadassanaṃ

yathābhūtaṃ →

bodhirasa

as it truly is, in reality, lit. like it has become

SN 46.53 aggisuttaṃ

samaṇo, āvuso, gotamo sāvakānaṃ evaṃ dhammaṃ deseti, etha tumhe, bhikkhave, pañca nīvaraṇe pahāya cetaso upakkilese paññāya dubbalīkaraṇe satta bojjhaṅge yathābhūtaṃ bhāvethā'ti.

SN 35.247 chappāṇakasuttaṃ

tañ'ca cetovimuttiṃ paññāvimuttiṃ yathābhūtaṃ pajānāti, yatth'assa te uppannā pāpakā akusalā dhammā aparisesā nirujjhanti

yebhuyyena →

bodhirasa

mostly, almost all, altogether

DN 20.1 mahāsamayasuttaṃ

dasahi ca lokadhātūhi devatā yebhuyyena sannipatitā honti bhagavantaṃ dassanāya bhikkhusaṅghañ'ca

ñāṇabhūta →

bodhirasa

with understanding, lit. become wisdom

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

so h'āvuso, bhagavā jānaṃ jānāti, passaṃ passati, cakkhubhūto ñāṇabhūto dhammabhūto brahmabhūto, vattā pavattā, atthassa ninnetā, amatassa dātā, dhammassāmī tathāgato

ābhuji →

bodhirasa

bent, folded

BV 2.77 sumedha patthanā kathā

dassanaṃ me atikkante, sasaṅghe lokanāyake, sayanā vuṭṭhahitvāna, pallaṅkaṃ ābhujiṃ tadā.

ābhujitvā →

bodhirasa

having bent, having folded

UD 50 cūḷapanthakasuttaṃ

tena kho pana samayena āyasmā cūḷapanthako bhagavato avidūre nisinno hoti pallaṅkaṃ ābhujitvā ujuṃ kāyaṃ paṇidhāya parimukhaṃ satiṃ upaṭṭhapetvā.

JAa 1.N.1 sumedha kathā

ayya sumedhatāpasa, porāṇaka-bodhisattānaṃ pallaṅkaṃ ābhujitvā, pāramiyo vicinissāmā'ti nisinnakāle yāni pubbanimittāni nāma paññāyanti, tāni sabbāni'pi ajja pātubhūtāni

abhibhū →

dppn

…the Buddha how far Abhibhū’s powers bore relation to those of a Buddha, and the Buddha replying that Abhibhū was a mere disciple, and…

abhibhūta →

dppn

Three verses ascribed to Abhibhūta occur in the Theragāthā, addressd to his kinsmen and retainers. Thag.255–257 The second of these verses is…

aciravata →

dppn

…Aciravata repeats this conversation to the Buddha who thereupon preaches the Dantabhūmi Sutta. MN.iii.128ff.

The novice is throughout…

aggivessana →

dppn

…MN.i.497f.

In the Dantabhūmi Sutta MN.iii.128f. the novice Aciravata is thus addressed by Prince Jayasena, who visits him, and also by the…

ahogaṅgā →

dppn

…time, lived the Thera Sambhūta Sānavāsi, and it was there that Yasa Kākandakaputta saw him. The meeting of arahants to discuss what measures…

ajakaraṇī →

dppn

…the Thera Sabbaka (Sappaka). Thag.307–310

Here also, in a cave, dwelt the Thera Bhūta. Thag.518f.

This river was probably a branch of…

ambāṭakavana →

dppn

…SN.iv.288–91

  • Kāmabhū (who discoursed to Citta on various topics). SN.iv.291–295
  • Godatta. SN.iv.295–297
  • The Elder Lakuṇṭaka…

asibandhakaputta →

dppn

…among the Western (Pacchābhūmakā) brahmins of lifting a man up when dead and carrying him out, calling him by name to speed him heavenward….

assaji →

dppn

Assaji1

The fifth of the Pañcavaggiyā monks. When the Buddha preached the Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta, he was the last in whom dawned the eye of Truth, and the Buddha had to discourse to h …

bhummaja →

dppn

One of the Chabbaggiyā. His followers were called Bhummajakā.

bhummā →

dppn

A class of devas, earth bound deities. They belong to the lowest category of devas. AN.iv.119

bhusāgāra →

dppn

BhusāgāraBhusāgra

The threshing floor in Atumā where the Buddha stayed on his visit there. Vin.i.249

Once while he was meditating there, a thunderstorm broke out and two peasants and four oxen were …

bhuñjatī →

dppn

Wife of Vessavaṇa and a devout follower of the Buddha. Once, when Sakka went to see the Buddha at the Salaḷāgāra, he found the Buddha engaged in meditation, Bhuñjatī waiting on him and worshipping him …

bhūmija →

dppn

…He was a friend of Sambhūta, and, when the latter left the household, he was accompanied by his friends Bhūmija, Jeyyasena and…

bhūta →

dppn

Bhūta

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of the greatest contentment while living among the harsh conditions of the forest. Thag.518–526

chabbaggiyā →

dppn

A group of six monks, contemporary with the Buddha, frequently mentioned as being guilty of various Vinaya offences. Vin.i.84f. Vin.i.104 Vin.i.106 Vin.i.111 Vin.i.113 Vin.i.114 Vin.i.138 Vin.i.160 …

citta →

dppn

…already mentioned, were Kāmabhū and Godatta. Citta is also said to have had discussions with Nigaṇṭha Nāṭaputta and Acela Kassapa and to…

cunda →

dppn

…of the west (pacchābhūmakā) The Buddha tells him of the teaching of the Ariyans regarding the threefold defilement and purification of…

dabbamallaputta →

dppn

An arahant. With the Buddha’s sanction, and wishing to be of service to the Order, he took upon himself the task of appointing night’s-lodgings to travelling monks and of directing them to meals. He …

gijjhakūṭa →

dppn

GijjhakūṭaVulture’s Peak

One of the five hills encircling Rājagaha. It was evidently a favourite resort of those who followed the religious life.

The Buddha seems to have been attracted by its solit …

jayasena →

dppn

…Thera is recorded in the Bhūmiya Sutta. In this case we are told that Jayasena was pleased with the discourse and entertained Bhūmiya to his…

koṇḍañña →

dppn

…to it, as well as the three Buddhas Vipassī, Sikhī and Vessabhū, all khattiyas. DN.ii.3ff.

kāliṅga →

dppn

…Dantapura and its king Sattabhū. DN.ii.235f.

It is not, however, included in the list of sixteen Janapadas appearing in the Aṅguttara…

kāmabhū →

dppn

…recorded in the Kāmabhū Sutta. SN.iv.165 Two other suttas bearing the same name record visits paid to Kāmabhū by Cittagahapati at…

licchavī →

dppn

…Vajjiputta and Sambhūta.

The Licchavis were greatly admired for their system of government. It was a republic (gaṇa, saṅghā),…

macchikāsaṇḍa →

dppn

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

mettiyabhummajakā →

dppn

A group of monks, followers of Mettiya and Bhummajaka forming part of the Chabbaggiyā (Group of Six Monks).

Twice they brought an unfounded charge of breach of morality against Dabba Mallaputta, who …

mettiyā →

dppn

A nun who, at the instigation of the Mettiyabhummajakā, charged Dabba Mallaputta with having violated her chastity. She was expelled from the Order for this offence.

māyā →

dppn

MāyāMahāmāyā

The mother of the Buddha, and wife of Suddhodana of the Sakyan clan. DN.ii.52 Thag.534 Thig.162 She died seven days after giving birth to the Buddha in Lumbinī. An elaborate account of t …

pacchābhumma →

dppn

PacchābhummaPacchābhūma

The name given to the district to the west of the Middle Country. SN.iii.5 SN.iii.6 Mention is also made of the…

pañcanadī →

dppn

…and metaphors. These rivers are: Gaṅgā, Yamunā, Aciravatī, Sarabhū and Mahī. Vin.ii.239 AN.iv.101 SN.ii.135 Ud.v.4

4river

pukkusa →

dppn

Pukkusa1

A prince of the Mallas. He was a disciple of Āḷāra Kālama, and one day, while on his way from Kusinārā to Pāvā, he saw the Buddha seated under a tree by the roadside and stayed to …

pāveyyakā →

dppn

…leaders being Revata, Sambhūta Sānavāsī, Yasa Kākandakaputta and Sumana. Vin.ii.301ff. In this connection the Pāveyyakā are also…

revata →

dppn

…orthodox monks, led by Sambhūta Sānavāsī and Yasa Kākandakaputta, were anxious to consult him, Revata left Soreyya, and, travelling through…

reṇu →

dppn

…it with his friends—Sattabhū, Brahmadatta, Vessabhū, Bharata, and the two Dhataratthas.

The seven divisions of the kingdom were called…

sahabhū →

dppn

A class of Devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

sakka →

dppn

SakkaVatrabhūVāsavaMaghavāMāghaPurindadaSahassakkhaSahassanettaSujampatiKosiya

Almost always spoken of as chief of the devas. The Saṃyutta…

salaḷāgāra →

dppn

SalaḷāgāraSalalaghara

A building in Jetavana. Once when Sakka went to visit the Buddha he found him in the Salaḷāgāra, wrapt in samādhi, with Bhuñjatī waiting on him. Sakka therefore left a message w …

sambhūta →

dppn

…went to Sabbakāmī, and Sambhūta questioned him regarding the “Ten Points.

Sambhūta was one of the monks appointed to the committee to…

sarabhū →

dppn

…was its tributary. Sāketa was situated on the banks of the Sarabhū, which flowed through the Añjanavana.

Saryu1river

sattabhū →

dppn

The king of the Kālingas in the time of Reṇu. His purohita was Jotipāla, and his capital, Dantapura. DN.ii.236

sikhī →

dppn

…king of Paribhutta.

  • Abhibhū and Sambhava were his chief disciples among monks.
  • Akhila and Padumā among nuns.
  • His constant attendant was…

subhūta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how, when someone lives the wrong way they blame their bad luck, and praises one who only speaks about what they actually do. Thag.320–324

subhūti →

dppn

He was declared chief of those who lived remote and in peace, and of those who were worthy of gifts. AN.i.24 The Buddha also praised his skill in meditation. Ud.vi.7

A verse attributed to him is incl …

sāketa →

dppn

…Mahānāga, and Visākhā. Bhūta Thera was born in a suburb of Sāketa.

The Vinaya Vin.i.270f. mentions another seṭṭhi of Sāketa. His…

sītavana →

dppn

…asceticism. AN.iii.374

Sambhūta Thera so loved the Sītavana that he came to be called “Sitavaniya.

Ekavihāriya is also mentioned its…

tidivādhibhū →

dppn

A name given to Sakka.

uttara →

dppn

Uttara1

A monk whose verses are recorded in the Theragāthā. Thag.121–122

Uttara2

A monk whose verse are recorded in the Theragāthā. Thag.161–162

Uttara3

A *devapu …

vaḍḍha →

dppn

Vaḍḍha1

A Licchavi. He was a friend of the Mettiyabhummajakā, and, at their instigation, charged Dabba Mallaputta with having committed adultery with his wife. Dabba repudiated the charge, …

verañjā →

dppn

…Sikhī and Vesabhū—did not.

At the conclusion of the vassa, the Buddha wished to take leave of Verañja before setting out, as was…

vessabhū →

dppn

King of Avanti in the time of Reṇu. His capital was Māhissatī. DN.ii.236

yasa →

dppn

…With them he visited Sambhūta Sānavāsī at Ahogangapabbata, and there they decided to consult Revata who lived in Soreyya. Yasa, therefore,…

ātumā →

dppn

…and went to stay in the Bhūsāgāra, they made ready rice-gruel and offered it to him. The Buddha, however, would not accept it as the monk,…

mahābhūta →

farkas

négy nagy elem (föld, víz, tűz, lég/levegő)

yathā-bhūta-ñāṇa-dassana →

farkas

a valóságnak megfelelő tudás; annak tudása és látása, ami van

abbhu →

ncped

an exclamation of horror or fright or aversion

abbhucittajāta →

ncped

astonished

abbhudayati →

ncped

rises (as the sun); rises over

abbhudeti →

ncped

rises (as the sun); rises over

abbhudāhasi →

ncped

(he) uttered, introduced (a subject of conversation).

abbhudīrayati →

ncped

raises (the voice); utters

abbhudīrayi →

ncped

abbhudīresuṃ →

ncped

abbhudīreti →

ncped

raises (the voice); utters

abbhuggacchati →

ncped

goes forth, goes out; goes out to meet; rises; spreads abroad.

abbhuggacchi →

ncped

abbhuggacchissati →

ncped

abbhuggacchuṃ →

ncped

abbhuggahetvā →

ncped

pulling up.

abbhuggantvā →

ncped

abbhuggata →

ncped

gone forth; gone out to meet; risen; spread abroad (about, acc. or gen.), generally heard

abbhuggañchi →

ncped

abbhuggañchuṃ →

ncped

abbhuggañchīti →

ncped

abbhujjalana →

ncped

breathing out fire, spitting fire.

abbhukkirati →

ncped

sprinkles; besprinkles; scatters up over.

abbhunnadita →

ncped

resounding; made to resound.

abbhunnamati →

ncped

rises; springs up.

abbhunnameti →

ncped

holds up, raises; makes erect

abbhunnamitvā →

ncped

abbhunnāmeti →

ncped

holds up, raises; makes erect

abbhussahana →

ncped

effort, exertion, endeavor; encouragement.

abbhussakkamāna →

ncped

rising towards; ascending to

abbhussukkamāna →

ncped

rising towards; ascending to

abbhusūyaka →

ncped

indignant at, impatient of.

abbhuta →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) astonishing, wonderful; out of the ordinary, strange.
  2. (n.) a wonderful thing, a marvel.

abbhutadhamma →

ncped

the name of one of the nine categories (aṅgas) of the scriptures

abbhutaṃ karoti →

ncped

makes a wager; lays a bet.

abbhutaṃ →

ncped

is used often as an exclamation (frequently combined with acchariyam): how wonderful! what an astonishing thing!

abbhuyyāsi →

ncped

abbhuyyāta →

ncped

who has marched out (against, acc.)

abbhuyyāti →

ncped

marches against.

abbhuṃ →

ncped

an exclamation of horror or fright or aversion

abbhuṭṭhāsi →

ncped

abbhuṭṭhāti →

ncped

rises to go towards; starts for.

abhibhuyya →

ncped

having overcome; having surpassed; victorious.

abhibhuyyacāri →

ncped

wandering victorious

abhibhuyyacārin →

ncped

wandering victorious

abhibhū →

ncped

vanquishing, overcoming; one who surpasses; a master, a sovereign.

abhibhūta →

ncped

overcame; vanquished.

abhisambhutvā →

ncped

having mastered; having endured; having bore.

abhisambhū →

ncped

(from abhisambhavati) mastering.

abhu →

ncped

an exclamation of horror or fright or aversion

abhuṃ →

ncped

an exclamation of horror or fright or aversion

acchariyaṃ →

ncped

is used often as an exclamation (frequently combined with abbhutaṃ) how wonderful! what a wonderful thing! it’s a marvel!

addhabhūta →

ncped

governed, mastered; dependent.

adhibhū →

ncped

one who overpowers; lord, master; conqueror.

adhibhūta →

ncped

overpowered

agariyabhūta →

ncped

(while) being a householder, leading a householder’s life

agārikabhūta →

ncped

(while) being a householder, leading a householder’s life

ajjhabhū →

ncped

anabhibhuyya →

ncped

not having overcome; not having surpassed; not victorious

anabhibhūta →

ncped

not overcame; not vanquished

anabhisambhuṇāti →

ncped

not mastering; not enduring.

anadhibhū →

ncped

not a conqueror; one who does not overcome

anadhibhūta →

ncped

not overpowered

ananubhūta →

ncped

not experienced; not attained

andhabhūta →

ncped

mentally blind; blinded

anubhūta →

ncped

experienced, suffered, enjoyed

avabhūta →

ncped

low, ignoble; deficient.

aḍḍhakumbhūpama →

ncped

like a half -filled pitcher

aṇḍabhūta →

ncped

being an egg or in an egg; like an egg

cakkhubhūta →

ncped

like an eye, seeing, full of insight, possessing vision.

cātumahābhūtika →

ncped

cātummahābhūtika →

ncped

consisting of the four main elements.

dantabhūmi →

ncped

the condition of one who is tamed.

ekodibhūta →

ncped

integrated, unified; withdrawn, apart

gaṇibhuta →

ncped

gathered in groups; large companies.

gonisādikā →

ncped

…storage or cooking, kappiyabhūmi or kappiyakuti) sited informally in an unfenced settlement; ? (as cows settle? or like encampments of cowherds…

gotrabhū →

ncped

or m. neuter destroying the lineage.

jātibhūmaka →

ncped

belonging to the Buddha’s birth place.

jātibhūmika →

ncped

kalalībhūta →

ncped

become muddy.

khemantabhūmi →

ncped

place of safety; a peaceful, secure region

khīrodakībhūta →

ncped

(perfectly mixed or compatible) like milk and water

opānabhūta →

ncped

being like a pool or well; ever generous, satisfying.

tuṇhībhūta →

ncped

silent.

ubbhuji →

ncped

having pulled up (one’s clothes).

ubbhujitabba →

ncped

will pull up (one’s clothing)

ubbhujitvā →

ncped

having pulled up (one’s clothes).

ubbhujitvāna →

ncped

having pulled up (one’s clothes).

ussāvanantikā →

ncped

(a place for storage, kappiyabhūmi or kappiyakuṭi) authorized by a declaration (while it is being built), whose erection is coterminous with a…

uyyānabhūmi →

ncped

pleasure ground, a park

ñāṇabhūta →

ncped

full of knowledge.

ābhujitvā →

ncped

having turned back.

ābhuñjitvā →

ncped

having turned back.

anuloma-citta →

nyana

…access upacāra, adaptation anuloma and change-of-lineage gotrabhū moments. For further details see: javana gotrabhū

ariya-puggala →

nyana

…and A. IX, 16 the gotrabhū is listed as the 9th noble individual.

According to the Abhidhamma, the supra-mundane path, or simply path…

bodhi →

nyana

…pacceka-bodhi, buddha-bhūmi* see Khp. Tr., pp. 247f..

The commentaries e.g. to M., Buddhavamsa, Cariyapitaka generally give a 4-fold…

chief-elements →

nyana

Chief-elements: the 4: mahā-bhūta -d hātu

gotrabhū →

nyana

gotrabhū - citta is the last of the 4 impulse moments javana cf. viññāna-kicca immediately preceding the…

gotrabhū-ñāna →

nyana

Gotrabhū-ñāna: ‘change-of-lineage-knowledge’; see: prec. and visuddhi VII

javana →

nyana

gotrabhū In connection with entering the earth-kasina absorption see: kasina they are explained as follows, in Vis.M…

abbahati →

pts

Abbahati & abbuhati

to draw off, pull out (a sting or dart);
imper pres abbaha Thag.404; Ja.ii.95 (variant reading BB appuha = abbuha; C. explains by uddharatha)
aor abbahi Ja.v.198 (variant …

abbata →

pts

…ca dhutavatena ca virahita Dhp-a.iii.391; vv.ll. k. adhūta & abhūta; B abbhuta, C. abbuta).

a + vata, Sk. avrata

abbhokirati →

pts

to sprinkle over, to cover, bedeck Vv.5#9 (= abhi-okirati abhippakirati), Vv.35#11 (variant reading abbhuk˚). Cp. abbhukkirati & abbhokkiraṇa; pp. abbhokiṇṇa see under *[abb …

abbhu →

pts

unprofitableness, idleness, nonsense Ja.v.295 (= abhūti avaḍḍhi C.).

a + bhū most likely = Vedic abhva and P. abbhuṃ, see also abbhāmatta

abbhuddhunāti →

pts

to shake very much Vv.64#9 (= adhikaṃ uddhunāti Vv-a.278).

abhi + ud + dhunāti

abbhudeti →

pts

to go out over, to rise AN.ii.50, AN.ii.51 (opp. atthaṃ eti, of the sun)
ppr abbhuddayaṃ Vv.64#17 (= abhi-uggacchanto Vv-a.280; abbhusayaṃ ti pi pāṭho).

abhi + ud + eti

abbhudāharati →

pts

to bring towards, to fetch, to begin or introduce (a conversation) MN.ii.132.

abhi + ud + ā + harati

abbhudīreti →

pts

to raise the voice, to utter Thig.402; DN-a.i.61; Sdhp.514.

abhi + ud + īreti

abbhuggacchati →

pts

to go forth, go out, rise into DN.i.112, DN.i.127; AN.iii.252 (kitti-saddo a.) Pp.36. ger. -gantvā Ja.i.88 (ākāsaṃ), Ja.i.202; Dhp-a.iv.198 aor. -gañchi MN.i.126 (kittisaddo); Ja.i.93
pp *[a …

abbhuggamana →

pts

(nt
■ adj.) going out over, rising over (c. acc.) Pv-a.65 (candaṃ nabhaṃ abbhuggamanaṃ; so read for T. abbhuggamānaṃ).

fr. abbhuggacchati

abbhuggata →

pts

gone forth, gone out, risen DN.i.88 (kitti-saddo a., cp. Dhp-a.i.146: sadevakaṃ lokaṃ ajjhottharitvā uggato), DN.i.107 (saddo); Snp.p.103 (kittisaddo).

pp. of abbhuggacchati

abbhujjalana →

pts

breathing out fire, i.e. carrying fire in one’s month (by means of a charm) DN.i.11 (= mantena mukhato aggi-jala-nīharaṇaṃ DN-a.i.97).

abhi + ud + jalana, from jval

abbhukkirati →

pts

to sprinkle over, to rinse (with water) DN.ii.172 (cakkaratanaṃ; neither with Morris J.P.T.S. 1886, 131 “give up”, nor with trsl. of Ja.ii.311 “roll along”); Ja.v.390; Pv-a.75. Cp. abbhokkirati.

a …

abbhukkiraṇa →

pts

drawing out, pulling, in daṇḍa-sattha˚ drawing a stick or sword Cnd.576#4 (cp abbhokkiraṇa). Or is it abbhuttīraṇa (cp. uttiṇṇa outlet).

abhi + ud + kṛ.

abbhunnadita →

pts

resounding, resonant Thag.1065).

pp. of abhi + ud + nadati

abbhunnamati →

pts

to, spring up, burst forth DN.ii.164
pp abbhuṇṇata (& ˚unnata), q.v.; Caus. abbhunnāmeti to stiffen, straighten out, hold up erect DN.i.120 (kāyaṃ one’s body); AN.ii.245 (i …

abbhussahanatā →

pts

instigation, incitement Vin.ii.88.

abstr. fr. abhi + *utsahana, cp. ussāha

abbhussakati →

pts

Abbhussakati & ˚usukkati

to go out over, rise above (acc.), ascend, freq. in phrase ādicco nabhaṃ abbhussakkamāno MN.i.317; SN.iii.156 = Iti.20
■ See also SN.i.65; SN.v.44; AN.i.242 (same simile) …

abbhusseti →

pts

to rise; variant reading at Vv.64#17 according to Vv-a.280: abbhuddayaṃ (see abbhudeti abbhussayan ti pi pāṭho.

abhi + ud + seti of śī

abbhusukkati →

pts

Abbhussakati & ˚usukkati

to go out over, rise above (acc.), ascend, freq. in phrase ādicco nabhaṃ abbhussakkamāno MN.i.317; SN.iii.156 = Iti.20
■ See also SN.i.65; SN.v.44; AN.i.242 (same simile) …

abbhusūyaka →

pts

adjective zealous, showing zeal, endeavouring in (-˚) Pgdp.101. Abbhussakati & usukkati;

abhi + usūyā + ka

abbhuta →

pts

…its significance as a + ; bhū (“unreal?”) is felt in the background is also evident from the traditional etym. of the Pāli…

abbhuyyāta →

pts

marched against, attacked Vin.i.342; MN.ii.124.

pp. of abbhuyyāti

abbhuyyāti →

pts

to go against, to go against, to march (an army) against, to attack SN.i.82 (aor ˚uyyāsi)
pp abbhuy y āta (q.v.).

abhi + up + yāti of

abbhuṃ →

pts

(interj.) alas, terrible, dreadful, awful (excl. of fright & shock) Vin.ii.115 (Bdhgh. explains as “utrāsa-vacanam-etaṃ”); MN.i.448. See also abbhu & abbhuta.

Vedic abhvaṃ, nt. of abhva, see expl …

abbhuṇha →

pts

adjective

  1. very hot Dhp-a.ii.87 (variant reading accuṇha).
  2. quite hot, still warm (of milk) Dhp-a.ii.67.

ahhi + uṇha

abbhuṇṇata →

pts

standing up, held up, erect Ja.v.156 (in abbhuṇṇatatā state of being erect. stiffness), Ja.v.197 (˚unnata; variant reading abbhantara, is reading correct?).

pp. of abbhunnamati

abbhuṭṭhāti →

pts

(˚ṭṭhahati) to get up to, proceed to, DN.i.105 (cankamaṃ).

abhi + ud + sthā

abbhāmatta →

pts

…causa. On abhva (a + bhū what is contradictory to anything that is) cp. abbhuta abbhuṃ, and see Walde, Lat. Wtb. under…

abbuhati →

pts

Abbahati & abbuhati

to draw off, pull out (a sting or dart);
imper pres abbaha Thag.404; Ja.ii.95 (variant reading BB appuha = abbuha; C. explains by uddharatha)
aor abbahi Ja.v.198 (variant …

abhi →

pts

…˚ppeta, ˚bādheti, ˚bhū, ˚vāha (vice versa P. abhi-ropeti compared with Sk. adhiropayati); anu in ˚gijjhati,…

abhibhavati →

pts

abhibhūyamāna being overcome (by) Pv-a.80, Pv-a.103
pp abhibhūta (q.v.).

abhi + bhavati

abhibhāyatana →

pts

…an accomplishment of the Bhagavant); Dhs.247.

abhibhū + āyatana

abhibhū →

pts

…jeṭṭhako’ ham asmīti).

Vedic abhibhū, fr. abhi + bhū, cp. abhibhavati

abhibhūta →

pts

…e.g. Snp.934; Mnd.400; & see phrase under abhibhū.

pp. of abhibhavati

abhiharati →

pts

  1. to bring (to), to offer, fetch DN.iii.170; Ja.i.54, Ja.i.157; Ja.iii.537; Ja.iv.421; DN-a.i.272.
  2. to curse, revile, abuse [cp. Sk. anuvyāharati & abhivyā˚] AN.i.198

pass abhihariyati Vv-a.17 …

abhijānāti →

pts

to know by experience, to know fully or thoroughly, to recognise know of (c. acc.), to be conscious or aware of DN.i.143; SN.ii.58, SN.ii.105, SN.ii.219, SN.ii.278; SN.iii.59, SN.iii.91; SN.iv.50, SN. …

abhinava →

pts

adjective quite young, new or fresh Vin.iii.337; Ja.ii.143 (devaputta), Ja.ii.435 (so read for accuṇha in expln of paccaggha; v.v. ll. abbhuṇha & abhiṇha) Thag-a.201 (˚yobbana = abhiyobban …

abhinibbatta →

pts

…Cnd.256 (nibbatta abhi pātubhūta); Dhs.1035, Dhs.1036 (so read for˚ nippatta) Vv-a.9 (puññ’ânubhāva˚ by the power of merit).

abhi +…

abhisambhavati →

pts

Abhisambhavati (˚bhoti)

“to come up to”, i.e. to be able to (get 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 …

abhisambhoti →

pts

Abhisambhavati (˚bhoti)

“to come up to”, i.e. to be able to (get 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 …

abhisambhuṇāti →

pts

to be able (to get or reach); only in neg ppr. anabhisambhuṇanto unable DN.i.101 (= asampāpuṇanto avisahamāno vā DN-a.i.268); Mnd.77, Mnd.312.

considered to be a bastard form of abhisambhavati, bu …

abhisambhū →

pts

adjective getting, attaining (?) DN.ii.255 (lomahaṃsa˚).

fr. abhi + sam + bhū

abhisambhūta →

pts

attained, got Sdhp.556.

pp. of abhisambhavati

abhumma →

pts

adjective groundless, unfounded, unsubstantial, Ja.v.178; Ja.vi.495.

a + bhumma

abhūta →

pts

…Snp.387; Iti.37; instr abhūtena falsely DN.i.161.

  • -vādin one who speaks falsely or tells lies Snp.661; Dhp.306 =…

acchariya →

pts

adjective noun wonderful, surprising strange, marvellous DN.ii.155; MN.i.79; MN.iii.118, MN.iii.125, MN.iii.144 (an˚); SN.iv.371; AN.i.181; Mil.28, Mil.253; Dhp-a.iii.171; Pv-a.121; Vv-a.71 (an˚). …

accuṇha →

pts

adjective very hot, too hot Snp.966; Mnd.487; Dhp-a.ii.85, Dhp-a.ii.87 (variant reading for abbhuṇha). See also ati-uṇha.

ati + uṇha

addha →

pts

…sineha) MN.ii.223 (na anaddhabhūtaṃ attānaṃ dukkhena addhabhāveti he dirties the impure self with ill); SN.iii.1 (addhabhūto kāyo impure…

addhan →

pts

…at Pv-a.188 by attano pathabhūte addhani gaganatala-magge) This phrase (pathaddhan) however is expld. by Kern (Toev s. v. pathaddu)…

addhāna →

pts

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

adhi →

pts

…interpreted by abhibhū “overpowering” see e.g. C. on adhiṭṭhāti & adhiṭṭhita; and by virtue of this intens. meaning we find…

adhibhavati →

pts

…Ja.ii.80. 3 pl. adhibhaṃsu SN.iv.185. See also ajjhabhavi & ajjhabhū pp.; adhibhūta

adhibhū →

pts

…Snp.684 (miga˚ variant reading abhi˚).

fr. adhi + bhū, cp. adhibhavati & Sk. adhibhū

adhibhūta →

pts

overpowered SN.iv.186.

cp. adhibhū & adhibhūta

agha →

pts

…= aghakara m. C.). -bhūta a source of pain SN.iii.189 (+ agha & salla).

cp. Sk. agha, of uncertain…

agāra →

pts

  1. house or hut, usually implying the comforts of living at home as opp. to anagāra homelessness or the state of a homeless wanderer (mendicant). See anagāriyā
    ■ Thus freq. in two phrases con …

agāriya →

pts

…layman MN.i.504 (˚bhūta)
■ Usually in neg. anagāriyā (f.) the homeless state (= anagāraṃ as opp. to…

aho →

pts

indeclinable exclamation of surprise, astonishment or consternation: yea, indeed well; I say! for sure! Vv-a.103 (aho ti acchariy’ atthena nipāto); Ja.i.88 (aho acchariyaṃ aho abbhutaṃ), Ja.i.140. Us …

ajjhabhavi →

pts

3rd sg. aor. of adhibhavati to conquer, overpower, overcome SN.i.240 (prohib. mā vo kodho ajjhabhavi); Ja.ii.336. Cp. ajjhabhu & ajjhobhavati.

ajjhabhu →

pts

to overcome, conquer Iti.76 (dujjayaṃ a. he conquered him who is hard to conquer; variant reading ajjhabhi for ajjhabhavi). Cp. ajjhabhavi.

3rd sg. aor. of *[adhibhavati](/define/adhibhava …

ajjhobhavati →

pts

to overcome, overpower, destroy Ja.ii.80 (aor. ajjhobhavi = adhibhavi C.).

adhi + ava + bhu, Sk. abhi˚

ajjhābhavati →

pts

to predominate Ja.ii.357.

adhi + ā + bhū, in meaning of abhi + bhu

alika →

pts

…Dhp.223 = Vv-a.69 (has alīka˚); Ja.ii.4; Snp-a.478 (for abhūta-vādin Snp.661).

Sk. alīka

anabhisambhuṇamāna →

pts

adjective not obtaining, unable to get or keep up DN.i.101 (= asampāpuṇanto avisahamāno vā DN-a.i.268).

ppr. med. of an + abhisambhuṇāti

anabhuṇṇatatā →

pts

the state of not being erect, i.e. hanging down Ja.v.156.

an + abbhuṇṇata + tā

andha →

pts

…Pv-a.4, Pv-a.264.

  • -bhūta blinded (fig.) mentally blind, not knowing, ignorant SN.iv.21; AN.ii.72; Ja.vi.139 (spelled…

anoka →

pts

…ādīnaṃ anokāsabhūta).

sārin living in a houseless state, fig. being free from worldly attachment SN.iii.10 =…

antarahita →

pts

…in phrase anantarahitāya bhūmiyā (loc) on the bare soil (lit. on the ground with nothing put in between it & the person lying down, i.e. on…

anubhavati →

pts

…(attanā by him) & -bhavīyamāna Pv-a.33 (dukkhaṃ)
pp anubhūta (q.v.).

anu + bhavati

anubhoti →

pts

…(attanā by him) & -bhavīyamāna Pv-a.33 (dukkhaṃ)
pp anubhūta (q.v.).

anu + bhavati

anubhūta →

pts

(having or being) experienced, suffered, enjoyed Pv-a.ii.12#2. nt. suffering, experience Ja.i.254; Mil.78, Mil.80.

pp. of anubhavati

anubhūyamānatta →

pts

the fact of having to undergo, experiencing Pv-a.103.

abstr. fr. ppr. Pass. of anubhavati

anuga →

pts

…Snp.791 (ejā˚; = abhibhūta Snp.527), 1095 (Māra vasa˚; = abhibhuyya viharanti Cnd.507); Iti.91 (ejā˚;) Ja.iii.224 (vasa˚; =…

anujju →

pts

…agarahitangī); -gāmin going crooked i.e. snake Ja.iv.330; -bhūta not upright (fig. of citta Ja.v.293.

an + ujju

anukampaka →

pts

…sq.; Iti.66 (sabba-bhūta˚); Pv.i.3#3 (= kārunika Pv-a.16), Pv.i.5#3 (atthakāma, hitesin Pv-a.25), Pv.i.8#8; Pv.ii.1#4 (=…

anukampin →

pts

…Pv.iii.7#6 sabbapāṇa-bhūta-hita˚; id. SN.iv.314; AN.ii.210; AN.iii.92 AN.iv.249; Pp.57, Pp.68. sabba-bhūta˚; SN.i.25, SN.i.110;…

appossukka →

pts

…phrase appossukka tuṇhībhūta saṅkasāya “living at ease, given to silence, resigned” Mrs. Rhys Davids trsl. 258, see also J.P.T.S….

arahant →

pts

…Vin.i.8 (arahā sītibhūto nibbuto), Vin.i.9 (arahaṃ Tathāgato Sammāsambuddho), Vin.i.19 (ekādasa loke arahanto), Vin.i.20…

ari →

pts

…ref. under arahant v.); of bhūri Pts.ii.197
■ Otherwise in late language only, e.g. Sdhp.493 (˚bhūta). See also arindama &…

ariya →

pts

…maggo Snp-a.216); Dhp.236 (bhūmi), Dhp.270; Pts.ii.212 (iddhi) -alamariya fully or thoroughly good DN.i.163 = DN.iii.82; AN.iv.363;…

aru →

pts

…vaṇamukhānaṃ vasena arubhūta kāya Dhp-a.iii.109 = Vv-a.77); -gatta (adj.) with wounds in the body MN.i.506 (+ pakka-gatta); Mil.357…

asanāti →

pts

to eat, to consume (food) Ja.i.472; Ja.v.64; Ja.vi.14 (Esb. note: read asnāti; C. paribhuñjati).

see asati

asmiye →

pts

pres. med. of to eat, in sense of a fut. “I shall eat” Ja.v.397, Ja.v.405 (C. bhuñjissāmi). The form is to be expld. as denom. formn. fr
■ āśa food, = aṃsiyati and with me …

ati →

pts

indeclinable adv. and prep of direction (forward motion), in primary meaning “on and further”, then “up to and beyond”.

I. in abstr position

adverbially (only as ttg.): in excess, extremel …

atibhutta →

pts

overeating Mil.135.

ati + bhutta

atibhuñjati →

pts

to eat too much, to overeat Mil.153.

ati + bhuñjati

atiyakkha →

pts

sorcerer, wizard, fortune-teller Ja.vi.502 (C.: bhūtavijjā ikkhaṇīka).

ati + yakkha

attan →

pts

…(pāpa) Thag.260.

  • -sambhūta arisen from oneself Snp.272
  • -sammāpaṇidhi thorough pursuit or development of…

attha →

pts

…riches Ja.vi.290 (= atthabhūtaṁ atthaṁ Commentary)

  • -antara difference between the (two) meanings Mil.158 At Thag.374, Oldenberg’s…

ava →

pts

…on), see ava-jānāti, ˚bhūta, ˚mānita, ˚vajja, ˚hasati away from, i.e. the opposite of, as equivalent to a negation and often taking…

avabhuñjati →

pts

to eat, to eat up Ja.iii.272 (inf. ˚bhottuṃ), Ja.iii.273.

ava + bhuñjati

avabhūta →

pts

adjective “come down”, despised, low, unworthy MN.ii.210.

ava + bhūta, pp. of ava + bhū

avadehaka →

pts

(-˚) adjective in the idiom udarāvadehakaṃ bhuñjati, to eat one’s fill MN.i.102; Thag.935. Vism.33 has udarāvadehaka-bhojana, a heavy meal.

ava + deha + ka but more likely direct fr. ava + dih

avadāyati →

pts

…to feel sorry for Ja.iv.178 (bhūtānaṃ nâvadāyissaṃ, gloss n’ânukampiyaṃ).

denom. fr. avadā in same meaning as anuddā, to…

avakkhipati →

pts

Avakkhipati & okkhipati

to throw down or out, cast down, drop; fig usually applied to the eyes = to cast down, hence transferred to the other senses and used in meaning of “to keep under, to restrain …

avinibbhujaṃ →

pts

adjective unable to distinguish or to know Ja.v.121 (= atīrento C.).

ppr. of a + vinibbhujati

avivāda →

pts

absence of contesting or disputing, agreement, harmony DN.iii.245; Snp.896 (˚bhūma Snp-a.557 or ˚bhumma Mnd.308, expld. as Nibbāna).

a + vivāda

aya FIXME double →

pts

…(nāvā); Pv.i.10#14 (bhūmi of N.); Pv-a.43, Pv-a.52.

  • -muggara an iron club Pv-a.55 *…

ayo →

pts

…(nāvā); Pv.i.10#14 (bhūmi of N.); Pv-a.43, Pv-a.52.

  • -muggara an iron club Pv-a.55 *…

aṅga →

pts

…DN-a.i.313; cp samangi (-bhūta).

  • -jāta “the distinguishing member”, i.e. sign of male or female (see above 3);…

aṅgaṇa →

pts

…anāvaṭe bhūmibhāge C.); Ja.ii.243, Ja.ii.290 Ja.ii.357; Dāvs i.27
cetiy˚; an open space before a Chaitya Mil.366,…

aṭṭhi →

pts

…with kar & bhū, as freq. in Sk. and P. with i for a, like citti-kata (for citta˚) angi-bhūta (for anga˚); cp. the freq….

bahūta →

pts

…pahūta, cp. pahūtika).

for pahūta = Sk. prabhūta

bahūtaso →

pts

…Ja.vi.538.

der. fr. bahūta, cp. Sk. prabhūtaśaḥ

bali →

pts

…offering of food to bhūtas, devas & others Ja.i.169, Ja.i.260; Ja.ii.149, Ja.ii.215; Ja.iv.246 (offering to tutelary genii of a city. in…

balī →

pts

Balī˚

= bala˚ in combination with bhū & kṛ;, see bala.

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
■ …

bhabba →

pts

… ■ See also abhabba.

grd of bhū, Sk. bhavya

bhakuṭi →

pts

…Vism.26 (˚karaṇa); Snp-a.412. Der. bhākuṭika (q.v.). See also bhūkuṭi.

cp. Epic Sk….

bhamuka →

pts

…(in expln of su-bbhū = su-bhamukhā in C. Fausböll puts “bhamuka”? Kern on this passage quotes BSk. bhrūmukha, see

bhamukha →

pts

…(in expln of su-bbhū = su-bhamukhā in C. Fausböll puts “bhamuka”? Kern on this passage quotes BSk. bhrūmukha, see

bhasati →

pts

to bark (of dogs) Ja.iv.182 (aor. bhasi; so read for T. bhusi)
pp bhasitaṃ (as n.) bark ibid. (mahā-bhasitaṃ bhasi, read for bhusita) See also bhusati.

cp. Epic Sk. bhaṣate

bhatta →

pts

feeding, food, nourishment, meal Dhp.185; Pp.28, Pp.55; Ja.ii.15; Ja.v.170 (bhatta-manuñña-rūpaṃ for bhattaṃ-); Vism.66 (where 14 kinds enumerated, i.e. sangha˚ uddesa˚ etc.); Sdhp.118
■ ucchiṭṭh …

bhava →

pts

…bhava, as philosophical term late, but as Name of a deity Vedic; of bhū, see bhavati

bhavana →

pts

…Ja.iii.275 (nāga˚ the world of the Nāgas).

fr. bhū

bhavati →

pts

…thought struck her“).

bhū to become, cp. Sk. bhūmi earth; Gr. φύσις nature (physical), φύομαι to grow; Lat. fui…

bhavatta →

pts

the fact of being, state, condition Kp-a.227.

abstr. fr. bhū

bhiyyo →

pts

…bhūyas, compar. form fr. bhū, functioning as compar. to bhūri. On relation Sk bhūyaḥ: P. bhiyyo cp. Sk. jugupsate: P….

bhiyyoso →

pts

…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…

bhobhukka →

pts

one making a barking sound, barker, i.e. dog Ja.vi.345 (= bhunkaraṇa C.).

intens-redupl. of bhukk = bukk, to bark: see bhukka & cp. Sk. bukkati, bukkana

bhoga →

pts

Bhoga1

  1. enjoyment AN.iv.392 (kāmaguṇesu bh.).
  2. possession, wealth DN.iii.77; Snp.301, Snp.421; Dhp.139, Dhp.355; Pp.30, Pp.57; Sdhp.86, Sdhp.228 Sdhp.264
    appa˚ little or no pos …

bhogga →

pts

Bhogga1

adjective bent, crooked MN.i.88; DN.ii.22; AN.i.138; Ja.iii.395.

fr. bhuj to bend, pp. corresp. to Sk. bhugna

Bhogga2

adjective

  1. to be enjoyed or possessed, n. p …

bhogin →

pts

Bhogin1

adjective noun (-˚) enjoying, owning, abounding in, partaking in or devoted to (e.g. to pleasure, kāma˚;) DN.ii.80; DN.iii.124; SN.i.78; SN.iv.331, SN.iv.333; AN.iii.289 AN.v.17 …

bhoja →

pts

one who is getting trained, dependent, a freed slave, villager subject. Only in compounds like bhojisiyaṃ [bhoja + isi ya = issariya] mastery over dependence, i.e. independence SN.i.44, SN.i.45; *b …

bhojaka →

pts

  1. one who provides food, attendant at meals Ja.v.413.
  2. (is this from bhuñjati2 & bhujissa?) one who draws the benefit of something, owner, holder, in; gāma˚; landholder, village headma …

bhojana →

pts

food, meal, nourishment in general Ja.ii.218; Ja.iv.103, Ja.iv.173; Ja.i.178; Ja.iv.223; Snp.102 Snp.128, Snp.242, Snp.366, Snp.667; Dhp.7, Dhp.70; Pp.21, Pp.55; Mil.370 Vism.69, Vism.106; Sdhp.52, Sd …

bhojaneyya →

pts

Bhojaniya, Bhojanīya, Bhojaneyya

what may be eaten, eatable food; fit or proper to eat
bhojaniya: food Vin.iv.92 (five foods: odana rice, kummāsa gruel, sattu meal flour, …

bhojaniya →

pts

Bhojaniya, Bhojanīya, Bhojaneyya

what may be eaten, eatable food; fit or proper to eat
bhojaniya: food Vin.iv.92 (five foods: odana rice, kummāsa gruel, sattu meal flour, …

bhojanīya →

pts

Bhojaniya, Bhojanīya, Bhojaneyya

what may be eaten, eatable food; fit or proper to eat
bhojaniya: food Vin.iv.92 (five foods: odana rice, kummāsa gruel, sattu meal flour, …

bhojeti →

pts

to cause to eat, to feed, entertain, treat, regale Vin.i.243; Vin.iv.71; Ja.vi.577; Dhp-a.i.101.

Caus. of bhuñjati

bhojin →

pts

(-˚) adjective feeding on, enjoying AN.iii.43; MN.i.343; Snp.47; Ja.ii.150; Pp.55.

fr. bhuj

bhojja →

pts

adjective to be eaten, eatable; khajja˚; what can be chewed & eaten DN-a.i.85. -yāgu “eatable rice-gruel,” i.e. soft gruel, prepared in a certain way Vin.i.223, Vin.i.224.

grd. of bhuñjati

bhokkhaṃ →

pts

is fut. of bhuñjati (q.v.).

bhokkhi →

pts

at Vb-a.424, in phrase sucikāmo bh. brāhmaṇo is a kind of Desider, formation fr. bhuj˚ (bhuñj), appearing as *bhukṣ = bhokkh (cp. bhokkhaṃ), with ending -in; meaning “wishing to eat.” It corr …

bhottabba →

pts

Bhottabba & Bhottuṃ

are grd. & inf. of bhuñjati (q.v.); bhottabba to be eaten Ja.v.252, Ja.v.253; bhottuṃ to eat Ja.ii.14.

bhottuṃ →

pts

Bhottabba & Bhottuṃ

are grd. & inf. of bhuñjati (q.v.); bhottabba to be eaten Ja.v.252, Ja.v.253; bhottuṃ to eat Ja.ii.14.

bhucca →

pts

…of bhū in composition, corresponding to *bhūtya → *bhutya, like pecca (*pretya) fr. pra +…

bhuja →

pts

Bhuja1

masculine & neuter the arm Snp.48 (explained by Cnd.478 as hattha, hand); Snp.682 (pl. bhujāni); Ja.v.91, Ja.v.309; Ja.vi.64 Bv.i.36; Vv.64#18.

cp. Epic & Class. Sk. bhuja m. & bhu …

bhujaka →

pts

fragrant tree growing (according to Dhpāla) only in the Gandhamādana grove of the Devaloka Vv.35#5; Vv-a.162.

fr. bhuj, as in bhuñjati2; or does it belong to bhuja3 and equal …

bhujissa →

pts

  1. (n. m.) a freed slave freeman; a servant as distinguished from a slave Vin.i.93; Ja.ii.313; Pv-a.112
    bhujissaṃ karoti to grant freedom to a slave Ja.v.313; Ja.vi.389, Ja.vi.546; Dhp-a.i. …

bhukka →

pts

adjective barking, n a barker, i.e. dog; only in redupl. intens. formation bho-bhu-kka (cp. E. bow-wow), lit. bhu-bhu-maker (: kka fr. kṛ;?) Ja.vi.354 (C.: bhun-karaṇa). See also *[bhussati] …

bhumma →

pts

…science or magic art). Cp. bhūrikamma bhūrivijjā
ṭṭha a put into the earth, being in the earth, found on or in the earth, earthly…

bhummi →

pts

Bhummi1

feminine that which belongs to the ground, i.e. a plane (of existence), soil, stage (as t.t. in philosophy) Dhs-a.277 (˚y-āpatti), Dhs-a.339 (id.), Dhs-a.985 (dukkha˚), Dhs-a. …

bhusa →

pts

Bhusa1

chaff, husks AN.i.241 (-āgāra chaff-house); Dhp.252 (opuṇāti bhusaṃ to sift husks); Ud.78; Pv.iii.4#1; Pv.iii.10#7; Vv-a.47 (tiṇa litter).

cp. Vedic busa (nt.) & buśa (m.)

Bh …

bhusati →

pts

…(bhusati vv.ll. bhussati & bhūsati); Dhp-a.i.171, Dhp-a.i.172
■ See also bhasati & bhukka;
pp bhusita.

perhaps a…

bhuseti →

pts

…= *bhṛśayati; but not certain, may have to be read bhūseti, to endeavour, cp. Sk bhūṣati

bhusikā →

pts

chaff AN.i.242; Vin.ii.181.

fr. bhusa1

bhusita →

pts

barking Ja.iv.182 (˚sadda, barking, noise). See also bhasita.

pp. of bhusati

bhussati →

pts

…(bhusati vv.ll. bhussati & bhūsati); Dhp-a.i.171, Dhp-a.i.172
■ See also bhasati & bhukka;
pp bhusita.

perhaps a…

bhutta →

pts

  1. (Pass.) eaten, being eaten Snp.p.15; Dhp.308; impers. eating Vin.iv.82 (bhuttaṃ hoti). Also -geha eating house Ja.v.290, and in phrase yathā-bhuttaṃ bhuñjatha “eat according to eating,” i.e. …

bhuttar →

pts

one who eats or has eaten, or enjoys (cp. bhutta 2) Ja.v.465 (ahaṃ bhuttā bhakkhaṃ ras’ uttamaṃ).

n. ag. fr. bhuj, cp. Sk. bhoktṛ already Vedic & Epic

bhuttavant →

pts

adjective having eaten, one who has eaten Ja.v.170 (= kata-bhatta-kicca); Vv-a.244.

bhutta + vant

bhuttāvin →

pts

adjective having eaten, one who has had a meal nom. sg. bhuttāvī Vin.iv.82; Mil.15 (+ onīta-pattapāṇi); Pv-a.23 (+ pavārita); Snp-a.58; instr. bhuttāvinā Vin.iv.82; gen. d …

bhuvi →

pts

see bhū.

bhuyya →

pts

the regular P. representative of Sk. bhūyas (compar.); for which usually bhiyya (q.v.). Only in cpd. yebhuyyena (q.v.).

bhuñjaka →

pts

adjective eating, one who eats or enjoys, in -sammuti definition of “eater,” speaking of an eater, declaration or statement of eating Vb-a.164.

fr. bhuñjati1

bhuñjana →

pts

taking food, act of eating, feasting Ja.iv.371 (˚kāraṇa); Pv-a.184.

  • -kāla meal-time Dhp-a.i.346.

fr. bhuñjati1

bhuñjati →

pts

Bhuñjati1

to eat (in general), to enjoy, make use of, take advantage of, use Snp.102, Snp.240, Snp.259, Snp.619; Dhp.324 Pp.55.
pot bhuñjeyya Snp.400; Dhp.308, 2nd pl *bhuñj …

bhuṅkaraṇa →

pts

adjective noun making “bhu,” i.e. bow-wow, barking Ja.vi.355 (˚sunakha) variant reading bhu-bhukka-sadda-karaṇa.

bhu + kṛ; see bhukka

bhā →

pts

light, splendour; given as name of a jewel at an extremely doubtful passage Ja.v.317, Ja.v.318, where T. reads “vara taṃ bhañ ñam icchasi,” & C. explains.: “bhā ti ratanass’ etaṃ nāmaṃ.” The variant r …

bhāva →

pts

sabhāva (sva + bhāva) see sep.

fr. bhū, cp. Vedic bhāva

bhāveti →

pts

…Kp-a.148
pp bhāvita.

Caus. of bhū, bhavati

bhūja →

pts

the Bhūrja tree, i.e. a kind of willow Ja.v.195, Ja.v.405 (in both places = ābhujī), Ja.v.420.

cp. late Sk. bhūrja, with which related Lat….

bhūkuṭi →

pts

frown, anger, superciliousness MN.i.125 (variant reading bhakuṭi & bhā˚); Ja.v.296.

a different spelling of bhakuṭi, q.v
■ Cp. Sk. bhṛkuti & bhrukuṭi

bhūma →

pts

…to Snp-a.557 epithet of Nibbāna).

= bhūmi

bhūmaka →

pts

-ika at Dhp-a.i.288 (with ref. to citta).

from bhūma, or bhūmi

bhūmi →

pts

…on the ground Dhp-a.ii.61.

cp. Vedic bhūmi, Av. būmiš soil, ground, to bhū, as in bhavati, cp. Gr. φύσις etc. See…

bhūmika →

pts

-ika at Dhp-a.i.288 (with ref. to citta).

from bhūma, or bhūmi

bhūnaha →

pts

…vuddhi-nāsaka“; vv.ll. bhūnahaṭa bhūnahoṭa, bhūhata, all showing the difficulty of the archaic word); Ja.v.266 (pl. bhūnahuno,…

bhūri →

pts

…these two.

cp. late Sk. bhūr

Bhūri2

adjective wide, extensive, much, abundant, Dhs-a.147 (in def. of the term…

bhūrī →

pts

…expln at Dhs-a.148) Ja.vi.415.

is it original? Cp. BSk. bhūri in same sense at Lal.444, Lal.541; Mvu.iii.332

bhūsana →

pts

ornament, decoration Vism.10 (yatino-sīla-bhūsana-bhūsitā contrasted to rājāno muttāmaṇi-vibhūsitā).

fr. bhūṣ

bhūseti →

pts

…in pp. bhūsita adorned with (-˚) Pv.ii.9#52, Pv.ii.12#7; Pv.iii.3#5; Ja.vi.53. Cp. vi˚.

Caus. of bhūṣ, to be busy;…

bhūsā →

pts

ornament, decoration, only in cpd. bhūsa-(read bhūsā-)dassaneyya beautiful as an ornament Pv.iii.3#2.

fr. bhūṣ

bhūta →

pts

…creation world MN.i.2 (bhūte bhūtato sañjānāti recognises the beings from nature, i.e. from the fact of being nature) Dhs-a.312…

bhūtanaka →

pts

fragrant grass; Andropogon schoenanthus Ja.vi.36 (= phanijjaka); Vism.543 (so variant reading for T. bhūtinaka).

cp. *Sk. bhūtṛna

bhūtatta →

pts

…(i.e. being creatures or part of creation) Vism.310 (in def. of bhūtā); MN-a.i.32 (id.).

abstr. fr. bhūta

bhūtika →

pts

adjective (-˚) in cpd. cātummahā˚ belongs to the whole expression, viz. composed of the 4 great elements MN.i.515.

bodhi →

pts

…satta-bojjhange yathābhūtaṃ bhāvetvā anuttaraṃ sammā-sambodhiṃ abhisambujjhiṃsu“ SN.v.160. The moment of supreme…

brahma →

pts

…Mnd.448. -bhūta divine being, most excellent being, said of the Buddha DN.iii.84; MN.i.111; MN.iii.195, MN.iii.224; SN.iv.94;…

brahmā →

pts

…Mnd.448. -bhūta divine being, most excellent being, said of the Buddha DN.iii.84; MN.i.111; MN.iii.195, MN.iii.224; SN.iv.94;…

bubhukkhita →

pts

wishing to eat, hungry Ja.ii.14; Ja.v.70; Mil.66; Dāvs iii.32.

pp. of bubhukkhati, Desid. of bhuñjati

buddha →

pts

…Devadatta); DN-a.i.1. -bhūmi the ground of Buddhahood Bv.ii.175. -manta mystic verses of a B….

bīja →

pts

…seed-creation (opp bhūta-gāma). There are 5 kinds of seeds usually enumerated, e.g. at DN.i.5 (explained at DN-a.i.77, translation at…

cakkhu →

pts

…perfect understanding; cakkhubhūta ñāṇa˚ dhamma˚ brahma˚) 4. buddha˚: the eye of a Buddha or of complete intuition, i.e. of a person who…

catur →

pts

…part, a quarter Dhp.108; -bhūmika having 4 stories or stages (of citta or dhamma) Dhp-a.i.21; Dhp-a.iv.72; Dhs-a.344, Dhs-a.345 cp….

cha →

pts

Cha & Chaḷ

(cha in composition effects gemination of consonant, e.g. chabbīsati = cha + vīsati, chabbaṇṇa cha + vaṇṇa, chaḷ only before vowels in compound chaḷanga, chaḷ-abhiññā) the number six.

chamā →

pts

…Vv.41#4 (Vv-a.183; bhūmiyaṃ); Thig.17; Thig.112 (Thag-a.116: chamāyaṃ); Pv.iv.5#3 (Pv-a.260: bhūmiyaṃ)
loc.

chaḷ →

pts

Cha & Chaḷ

(cha in composition effects gemination of consonant, e.g. chabbīsati = cha + vīsati, chabbaṇṇa cha + vaṇṇa, chaḷ only before vowels in compound chaḷanga, chaḷ-abhiññā) the number six.

chāta →

pts

…(= bubhukkhita, khudāya abhibhūta Pv-a.72 Pv.ii.9#36 (jighacchita Pv-a.126); Pv-a.62; Vv-a.76; Mil.253; Mhvs.vii.24. Cp. pari˚.

*…

citta →

pts

…Ne.29 (domanassa). -sahabhū arising together with thought Dhs.670, Dhs.769, Dhs.1520. -hetuka (adj.)…

cittatā →

pts

SA on SN.iii.151 sq. (bhūmicittatāya dvāracittatāya ārammaṇacittatāya kammanānatta).

f. abstr. to citta1

Cittatā

“being of…

cāla →

pts

shaking, a shock, only in bhūmi˚; earthquake.

From calati

cātur →

pts

…n. 2;

  • -(m)mahābhūtika consisting of the 4 great elements (of kāya) DN.i.34, DN.i.55, DN.i.186, DN.i.195; SN.ii.94 sq.; Mil.379; cp…

dabba →

pts

…AN.i.254 (cp. Sk. pātrabhūta); Vism.196.

  • -saṃhāra collecting something substantial Pv-a.114 (should prob. be…

dakkhiṇeyya →

pts

…(Ep. of the Sangha ujubhūta); Pv-a.25, Pv-a.125, Pv-a.128, Pv-a.262.

  • -aggi the (holy) fire of a good receiver of…

danta →

pts

…Dhp.159 Dhp.323.

  • -bhūmi a safe place (= Nibbāna), or the condition of one who is tamed SN.iii.84; Cnd.475 (in…

dassana →

pts

…AN.iv.115; Mil.23;

  • -bhūmi the level or plane of insight Ne.8, Ne.14, Ne.50;
  • -sampanna endowed…

dassaneyya →

pts

adjective = dassanīya Ja.v.203 (bhusa˚).

daḷhī →

pts

…of dṛḍha → daḷha in compound like dṛḍhī-bhūta, etc.; cp. daḍḍhi

daṇḍa →

pts

…= Snp.630 a. + kodhâbhibhūta SN.iv.117: ādinna-daṇḍa ādinnasattha Vin.i.349; opp. daṇḍaṃ nidahati to lay down the stick, to be…

desa →

pts

…Ja.i.308; Dhs-a.307 (˚bhūta); Pv-a.78 (˚antara prob. to be read dos˚), Pv-a.153 Kp-a.132, Kp-a.227
desaṃ karoti to go abroad…

deva →

pts

god, a divine being; usually in pl. devā the gods. As title attributed to any superhuman being or beings regarded to be in certain respects above the human level. Thus primarily (see 1a) …

devatā →

pts

“condition or state of a deva, divinity; divine being, deity, fairy. The term comprises all beings which are otherwise styled devas, & a list of them given at Cnd.308 & based on the principle that any …

dhamma →

pts

…cakkhu-bhūta… dh-bhūta brahmabhūta AN.v.226 sq. (cp. cakkhu); Thag.491; see also above, note B 1 a;

dhātu →

pts

…connections: amata˚ Iti.62; bhū˚ the verbal root bhū DN-a.i.229; ṭhapitāya dhātuyā “while the bodily element, i.e. vitality lasts”…

dibba →

pts

…etc. Def. as devaloke sambhūta DN-a.i.120; divibhavattā dibba Kp-a.227; divibhāvaṃ devattabhāva-pariyāpanna Pv-a.14
■ See further…

dukkha →

pts

…ca atthagamañ ca yathābhūtaṃ pajānāti); Iti.38 (nirodha ˚anaṃ);

  • -nidāna a source of pain MN.ii.223;…

ekamantaṃ →

pts

adverb on one side, apart, aside Vin.i.47, Vin.i.94 = Vin.ii.272; DN.i.106; Snp.p.13 (expld. at Snp-a.140 as follows: bhāvana-puṃsaka-niddeso, ek’okāsaṃ ekapassan ti vuttaṃ hoti, bhummat …

ekodi →

pts

…with kṛ & bhū (which points however to a form ekoda with the regular change of a to i in connection with these roots!), as…

ekībhāva →

pts

…+ bhāva, with ī for a in compn. with bhū

gacchati →

pts

…to K. DN.ii.128; Suvaṇṇabhūmiṃ gacchanti they intended to go (“were going” to S. Ja.iii.188; migavaṃ g. to go hunting Ja.i.149;…

gathita →

pts

adjective tied, bound, fettered; enslaved, bound to greedy for, intoxicated with (c. loc.). When abs. always in combination w. paribhuñjati and w. ref. to some object of desire (bhoga, lābha, kāmaguṇe …

gaṇin →

pts

…(therā gaṇī); gaṇī-bhūtā (pl.) in crowds, combined with sanghā sanghī DN.i.112, explained at DN-a.i.280: pubbe nagarassa anto…

geṇḍuka →

pts

…kīḷi Ja.iv.30 bhūmiyaṃ pahata-bheṇḍuka (striking against the ground) Ja.iv.30; Vism.143 (pahaṭa-citra˚) = Dhs-a.116…

gihin →

pts

…(= Cnd.229); Mil.11;

  • -bhūta as a householder DN.ii.196;
  • -bhoga riches of a worldly man SN.iii.93;…

go →

pts

…hoof of an ox, in ˚haṭā bhūmi, trampled by the feet of cattle Vin.i.195; AN.i.136 (cp. Vin. Texts ii.34); *…

gotrabhū →

pts

…On the use of gotrabhū in medieval psychology see Aung, in Compendium 66–68. Compare the use of upanissaya at…

guṇa →

pts

…be read khuppipās’ âbhibhūto peto.

  • -kathā “tale of virtue,” praise Ja.i.307; Ja.ii.2. *…

gāma →

pts

…paccanta˚ bīja˚; bhūta˚; mātu˚.

-anta the neighbourhood of a village, its border, the village itself, in…

hacca →

pts

adjective killing, in bhūnahacca killing an embryo AN.iv.98; Ja.vi.579 = Ja.vi.587; Mil.314 (text bhūta-)

fr. han

harita →

pts

…form, are haritāmātar “son of a green frog” Ja.ii.238 (in verse) and haritupattā (bhūmi) “covered with green” MN.i.343; Ja.i.50,…

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 …

itthaṃ →

pts

…Mil.115; Dhp-a.ii.98

  • -bhūta being thus, of this kind, modal, only in cpd. ˚lakkhaṇa or ˚ākhyāna the sign or case…

jighacchā →

pts

…Ja.ii.445; Ja.iii.19 (˚abhibhūta = chāta); Mil.204, Mil.304; Sdhp.118, Sdhp.388 Cp. khudā & chāta.; Note. A diff. spelling as dighacchā…

jina →

pts

…of the B. Mil.177;

  • -bhūmi the ground or footing of a conqueror Pv-a.254;
  • -sāsana the doctrine…

joti →

pts

…Thag.415; Ja.iv.206; sajotibhūta set on fire SN.ii.260; AN.iii.407 sq.; Ja.i.232.

jāla →

pts

Jāla1

neuter a net; netting, entanglement (lit. or fig.): snare, deceptíon (= māyā)

A. Lit

Cnd.260 (= suttajāla, a plaiting of threads); Snp-a.115 Snp-a.263 (= suttamaya) DN. …

jānāti →

pts

…passaṃ passati cakkhubhūto ñāṇabhūto MN.i.111; similarly AN.iv.153 sq. See further DN.i.2, DN.i.40, DN.i.84, DN.i.157 sq, DN.i.165…

jāta →

pts

…Ja.i.59; jātaṃ + bhūtaṃ (opp. ajātaṃ abhūtaṃ) Iti.37 2. “genuine,” i.e natural, true, good, sound (cp. kata, bhūta,…

jāti →

pts

…natural ground, in ˚bhūmaka, ˚bhūmika, ˚bhūmiya living on nat. gr. (vassaṃ vasati) MN.i.145; AN.iii.366

  • -kkhaya the destruction…

jīva →

pts

…with sattā pāṇā bhūta in the dialect used by the followers of Gosāla DN.i.53 (= DN-a.i.161 jīvasaññī). “taṃ jīvaṃ taṃ…

kabaliṅkāra →

pts

…in compound form kabalī˚ before kr & bhū; kabalin for kabalī˚

kalala →

pts

…Vv.84#31 (Vv-a.343);

  • -bhūta = prec., AN.i.9, cp. Ja.ii.100; AN.iii.233; Mil.35;
  • -makkhita soiled…

kalā →

pts

… ■ In cpd. with bhū as kalī -bhavati to be divided, broken up Ja.i.467 (= bhijjati). Cp. vikala.

Vedic kalā…

kama →

pts

…pahāna˚, patipattik˚, bhūmik˚, desanāk˚ where they are illustrated by examples. Threefold applied to upādāna at Vism.570 (viz….

kamaṇḍalu →

pts

…“with the waterpot” AN.v.263 (brāhmaṇā pacchābhūmakā k.).

etym. uncertain

kambu →

pts

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

kamma →

pts

…1883, 8; nissanda-phalabhūto vipāko Thag-a.270; tiṇṇaṃ k˚ānaṃ phalaṃ, tiṇṇaṃ k-ānaṃ vipāko DN.ii.186 2. the…

kammaniya →

pts

…formula vigatūpakkilesa mudubhūta 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;…

kammanīya →

pts

…formula vigatūpakkilesa mudubhūta 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;…

kammañña →

pts

…formula vigatūpakkilesa mudubhūta 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;…

kantāra →

pts

…Pv-a.112; opp. khemantabhūmi. Usually five kinds of wilds are enumerated cora˚, vāla˚, nirudaka˚, amanussa˚, appabbhakkha Ja.i.99;…

kappiya →

pts

…is found at Vin.i.192;

  • -bhūmi (f.) a plot of ground set apart for storing (allowable) provisions Vin.i.239 (cp. ˚kuṭi) *…

kata →

pts

-bhūmikamma one who has laid the ground-work (of sanctification) Mil.352. -ludda cruel…

kaṇḍu →

pts

…sahassa [sata?]-bhūmako, and at Ja.ii.334 by sahassa-kaṇḍubbedho ti pāsādo satabhūmiko ahosi; in preceding lines the…

keḷanā →

pts

parikeḷanā and acts as syn. of vibhūsanā.

fr. kilissati? or is it kheḷana?

khandha →

pts

…& soil: hetupaṭicca sambhūtā kh. SN.i.134; the 4 arūpino kh. are based on lobha, dosa, moha Vb.208. - 3. their annihilation: the…

khema →

pts

…viratta) SN.i.112 (= khemībhūtaṃ assabhāvaṃ SA).

  • -anta security, in
  • -bhūmi a peaceful country (opp, kantāra), a…

khila →

pts

…akhilaṃ sabbabhūtesu DN.ii.261; SN.iv.118; in combination with anāsava Snp.212; with akankha Snp.477, Snp.1059; with vivattacchada…

khīra →

pts

…fig. in simile khīrodakībhūtā for a samaggā parisā “a congregation at harmony as milk and water blend AN.i.70; SN.iv.225 = MN.i.207,…

kilesa →

pts

…Netti.116 sq.

  • -bhūmi the substratum or essence of lust Netti.2, 192; there are four mentioned at Netti.161: anusaya˚,…

kirati →

pts

to scatter, strew; not found in simples, only in compounds apa˚, abbhuk˚, abhi˚, ava˚ (o˚), pari˚, vi˚ See also pp., kiṇṇa2.

kīr

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 …

klesa →

pts

…Netti.116 sq.

  • -bhūmi the substratum or essence of lust Netti.2, 192; there are four mentioned at Netti.161: anusaya˚,…

kodhana →

pts

…Pp.18
■ k˚ kodhābhibhūta AN.iv.94 sq.; k˚ kodhavinayassa na vaṇṇavādī AN.v.165
■ Used of caṇḍa Pv-a.83
■ Cp….

kula →

pts

…Cp. also kulassa angārabhūta Dhp-a.iii.350; Snp-a.192 (of a dujjāto putto) and kulagandhana; -itthi a wife of good…

kummāsa →

pts

…formula of kāya (cātummahābhūtika etc., see kāya) DN.i.76 = MN.ii.17 and ≈; in enum. of material food…

kusa →

pts

  1. the kusa grass (Poa cynosuroides) Dhp-a.iii.484: tikhiṇadhāraṃ tiṇaṃ antamaso tālapaṇṇam pi; Dhp.311; Ja.i.190 (= tiṇa); Ja.iv.140.
  2. a blade of grass used as a mark or a lot: pātite kuse “when t …

kuṇa →

pts

…paṭikuṇita an-ujubhūta); Dhp-a.iii.71 (kāṇa˚ blind and lame).

cp. kuṇi lame from *qer, to bend = Gr. κυλλός crooked…

kuṇḍala →

pts

…ṭhitattā tassa kuṇḍalabhūtaṃ) Cp. also rajju˚ a rope as belt Vv-a.212
■ kuṇḍalavatta turning, twisting round DN.ii.18 (of the…

kāla →

pts

…kāḷavaṇṇa-bhūmi dark-brown (i.e. fertile) soil Vin.i.48 = Vin.ii.209.
-añjana black collyrium…

kāma →

pts

…Ja.vi.586, -bhūmi and -loka the plane or world of kāma Pts.i.83; Ja.vi.99 see also avacara; *…

kāmin →

pts

adjective

  1. having kāma, i.e. enjoying pleasure, gratifying one’s own desires in kāma-kāmin realizing all wishes; attr. of beings in one of the Sugatis the blissful states, of Yakkhas, Devas or D …

kāraṇa →

pts

…as (material) cause: k˚-bhūta being the cause of… Pv-a.15 2. (intellectual) cause, reason Mil.150; Dhp-a.i.389; esp. as-˚: arodana…

kāya →

pts

…kāyo rūpī cātum(m)ahābhūtiko mātā-pettika-sambhavo odana-kummās’ upacayo etc. “this body has form (i.e. is material, visible) is…

kāyura →

pts

Kāyūra & Kāyura

  1. an ornamental bracket or ring worn on the upper arm (bāh’âlankāra Pv; bhuj˚ Vv) or neck (gīvāya pilandhana Ja.iii.437); a bracelet or necklace Vin.ii.106; Ja.iii.437; Ja.iv.92; Pv.i …

kāyūra →

pts

Kāyūra & Kāyura

  1. an ornamental bracket or ring worn on the upper arm (bāh’âlankāra Pv; bhuj˚ Vv) or neck (gīvāya pilandhana Ja.iii.437); a bracelet or necklace Vin.ii.106; Ja.iii.437; Ja.iv.92; Pv.i …

kāḷa →

pts

…kāḷavaṇṇa-bhūmi dark-brown (i.e. fertile) soil Vin.i.48 = Vin.ii.209.
-añjana black collyrium…

laguḷa →

pts

club, cudgel Vin.iii.77 (enumerated with var. weapons of murder, like asi, satti, bheṇḍi pāsāṇa etc.); Mil.152, Mil.351 (kodaṇḍa-laguḷa-muggara), Mil.355 (kilesa˚); Ja.vi.394; Vism.525 (˚abhighāta). …

loma →

pts

the hair of the body (whereas kesa is the hair of the head only) DN.ii.18 (ekeka˚, uddhagga˚, in characteristics of a Mahāpurisa); SN.ii.257 (asi˚, usu˚, satti˚ etc.) AN.ii.114; Vin.iii.106 (usu˚ etc. …

lābha →

pts

…sq., AN.iv.160 (lābhena abhibhūto pariyādinnacitto Devadatto, cp Ja.i.185 sq.); Snp.31, Snp.438, Snp.828, Snp.854, Snp.1014, Snp.1046 (cp….

lūkha →

pts

adjective

  1. rough, coarse, unpleasant; poor, bad (usually applied to dress or food); mediocre, meagre, wretched. Opp paṇīta (e.g. Vin.i.212; SN.ii.153; AN.iv.10; Ja.i.228; Vv-a. …

maddati →

pts

  1. to tread on, trample on (acc.), crush Ja.iii.245 Ja.iii.372 (ppr. maddamāna); Dhp-a.ii.66.
  2. to defeat destroy Snp.770 (= abhibhavati Mnd.12); Cnd.85 (madditvā = abhibhuyya); Snp-a.450; Mhvs.1, …

mahant →

pts

…the 4 great elements (see bhūta), being paṭhavī, āpo, tejo, vāyo DN.i.76; Mnd.266; Vb.13, Vb.70 sq.; Vism.366 sq.;…

mala →

pts

-ābhibhū overcoming one’s sordidness SN.i.18; Ja.iv.64.

  • -majjana “dirt wiper,” a barber…

manda →

pts

…with; bhū it assumes the form mandī˚; e.g. mandībhūta slowed down, enfeebled, diminished…

manussa →

pts

…dhamma.

  • -bhūta as a human, in human form Pv.i.11#2; Pv.ii.1#12.
  • -loka the world of men…

matti →

pts

…Snp.620 (= mātari sambhūta Snp-a.466) = Dhp.396 (= mātu santike udarasmiṃ sambhūta Dhp-a.iv.158).

for *māti˚ = mātu˚ =…

maṅku →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.359.

  • -bhūta discontented, troubled confused Vin.ii.19; DN.ii.85; AN.i.186; Dhp.263; Ja.v.211 Ja.vi.362;…

maṇḍeti →

pts

…cp. in meaning Gr. κόσμος = ornament Dhtp.103 bhūsane, 566: bhūsāyaṃ

medhasa →

pts

…[Ved. sumedhas] very wise Vv.22#2 (= sundara-pañña Vv-a.111); Pv.iii.7#7 (both combined as bhūri-su-medhasa, hardly correct; variant…

middhin →

pts

adjective torpid, drowsy, sluggish Dhp.325 (= thīnamiddh’ âbhibhūta Dhp-a.iv.16).

fr. middha

miga →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.148.

  • -bhūta (having become) like a wild animal, MN.i.450 (˚bhūtena cetasā).
  • -mandalocana the soft…

missa →

pts

kṛ; and bhū (like Sk.) thus in missī-bhāva (sexual) intercourse, lit. mixed state, union Ja.ii.330; Ja.iv.471; Ja.v.86;…

mokkhacika →

pts

…vā daṇḍaṃ gahetvā bhūmiyaṃ vā sīsaṃ ṭhapetvā heṭṭh-upariya (so read!)-bhāvena parivattana-kīḷanaṃ“; i.e….

mudu →

pts

…back Vin.iii.35

  • -bhūta supple, malleable DN.i.76 (+ kammaniya); Pp.68.
  • -maddava soft &…

muduka →

pts

…Mhvs.25, 102 (sayana); -bhūmi Mil.34 2. soft, mild, gentle, kindly, tender-hearted Ja.v.83 (m. hadaya) Ja.v.155; Mil.229 (cittaṃ m.);…

mukha →

pts

…(= uttamaṃ, mukha-bhūtaṃ vā)
■ Der. adj mokkha & pāmokkha; (q.v.). Note. A poetical instr sg. mukhasā is found at…

munana →

pts

…at Vv-a.114 (mahā-isibhūtaṃ… mahanten’ eva ñāṇena munanato paricchindanato mahā muniṃ), & Vv-a.231 (anavasesassa ñeyyassa…

musā →

pts

…Pv.i.3#3; Vv-a.72 (= abhūtaṃ atacchaṃ) Snp-a.19; Pv-a.16, Pv-a.152.

  • -vāda lying, a falsehood, a lie DN.i.4,…

mutta →

pts

Mutta1

  1. released, set free, freed; as-˚ free from Snp.687 (abbhā˚ free from the stain of a cloud); Dhp.172 (id.), Dhp.382 (id.)
    ■ Dhp.344; Pv.iv.1#34; Pv-a.65 (su˚).
  2. given up or …

mā →

pts

indeclinable prohibition particle: not, do not, let us hope not, I wish that… not [cp Lat. utinam & ne]. Constructed with various tenses e.g.

  1. with aor. (prohibitive tense): mā evaṃ akattha do …

māra →

pts

…Proper Names.

  • -ābhibhū overcoming M. or death Snp.545 = Snp.571
  • -kāyika a class of gods Mil.285; Kvu-a.54. *…

mātar →

pts

…matricide Tikp.281 15. -bhūta having been his mother Pv-a.78 16. -mattin (see matta1 4)…

nantaka →

pts

…(Ja.iii.22) or khaṇḍabhūtā pilotikā (Pv-a.185) or pilotika only (Vv-a.311)
■ SN.v.342; AN.iii.187; AN.iv.376 (˚vāsin as variant…

nava →

pts

…= 32

  1. navabhūmaka pāsāda (a palace 9 stories high more freq. satta˚, 7) Ja.i.58; nava-hiraññakoṭīhi (w. 9 koṭis of…

nibbhujati →

pts

to twist round, bend, wind, contort oneself Mil.253. Cp. vi˚.

Sk. ni-or nirbhujati, nis + bhujati

nibbuta →

pts

…(fig.) combined with sītibhūta (& nicchāta): Vin.i.8; MN.i.341; AN.ii.208 = DN.iii.233 = Pp.56, Pp.61; AN.iv.410;…

nibbuti →

pts

allayment, refreshment, cooling, peace, happiness Ja.i.3 (khemaṃ pariyessāmi n˚ṃ); Snp.228 (nikkāmino n˚ṃ bhuñjamānā), Snp.917, Snp.933 (santī ti n˚ṃ ñatvā); Mnd.399; Pv.i.7#4 (n˚ṃ n’ âdhigacchāmi = q …

nibbāna →

pts

…Iti.222 = AN.ii.24 yathābhūtaṃ vacanaṃ SN.iv.195; yathāsukhaṃ (the Auspicious)…

nicchāta →

pts

…AN.iv.410; AN.v.65 (sītibhūta); Snp.707 (aniccha), Snp.735, Snp.758; Iti.48 (esanānaṃ khayā); Thig.132 (abbūḷhasalla)
■ Explained…

nidassana →

pts

…Vv-a.13; Pv-a.26, Pv-a.121 (pucchanākāra˚), Pv-a.226 (paccakkhabhūtaṃ n “sign, token”).

Sk. nidarśana, ni + dassana

nillaccheti →

pts

…purisa-bhāvassa lacchana-bhūtāni bījakāni nillacchesi nīhari Thag-a.270). See also nillañchaka & nillacchita.

nis + laccheti of…

ninna →

pts

…Ja.ii.3 (magga) Pv-a.29 (bhūmibhāga), Pv-a.132 (ṭhāṇa); esp. freq. as-˚ bent on, inclining to, leading to, aiming at, flowing into…

nipāteti →

pts

…Snp-a.272; Pv-a.152 (bhūmiyaṃ). pp. nipātita corrupt, evil wicked Vin.ii.182 (caṇḍa + ; text nippātita,…

nirupadhi →

pts

…AN.i.80, AN.i.138 (sītibhūta +); Dhp.418 (id.); Thag.1250; Thag.2, Thag.320 (vippamutta + ; explained by niddukkha Thag-a.233); Iti.46,…

nisajjā →

pts

sitting down, opportunity for sitting, seat Pv.iv.1#2 (seyyā +); Ja.i.217; Pv-a.24 (˚ādipaṭikkhepa-ṭṭhāna), Pv-a.219 (pallankâbhujanādi-lakkhaṇā nisajjā). Cp. nesajjika.

Sk. *niṣadyā of ni sad

nissaraṇīya →

pts

…n. āruppaṃ, yaṃ kiñci bhūtaṃ sankhataṃ n nirodho). The 5 n-dh. are escape fr. kāma, vyāpāda vihesā, rūpa, sakkāya: AN.iii.245;…

niyyānika →

pts

…sammādukkha-khayāya); DN-a.i.89 (anīyānikattā tiracchanabhūtā kathā). Niyyama(ka)

to niyyāna

niyāma →

pts

…(˚dassin = sammatta-niyāmabhūtassa maggassa dassāvin Snp-a.365); Mnd.314 (˚avakkanti); Cnd.358 (= cattāro maggā); Pts.ii.236 sq….

obhoga →

pts

bending, winding, curve, the fold of a robe Vin.i.46 (obhoge kāyabandhanaṃ kātabbaṃ).

o + bhoga from bhuj to bend

okkhipati →

pts

Avakkhipati & okkhipati

to throw down or out, cast down, drop; fig usually applied to the eyes = to cast down, hence transferred to the other senses and used in meaning of “to keep under, to restrain …

okāsa FIXME double →

pts

… 4. with bhū: anokāsa-bhāva want of opportunity Sdhp.15; anokāsa-bhūta not giving (literally becoming) an opportunity…

onīta →

pts

only found in one ster. phrase, viz. onīta-patta-pāṇi “having removed (or removing) his hand from the bowl” a phrase causing constructional difficulties & sometimes taken in glosses as “onitta˚” ( …

opunāti →

pts

also as opuṇāti (Dh) to winnow, sift; fig. lay bare, expose Dhp.252 (= bhusaṃ opuṇanto viya Dhp-a.iii.375); Snp-a.312
caus opunāpeti [cp. BSk. opunāpeti Mvu.iii.178] to caus …

opāna →

pts

Only in phrase opāna-bhūta (adj.) a man who has become a welling spring as it were, for the satisfaction of all men’s wants; expld.

osadhī →

pts

…e.g. AN.iv.100 (bījagāma-bhūtagāmā… osadhi-tiṇavanappatayo) Pv.ii.6#10 with Snp.296 (gāvo… yāsu jāyanti osadhā); DN.i.12, cp…

otāpaka →

pts

adjective drying or dried (in the sun), with ref. to food Snp-a.35 (parivāsika-bhattaṃ bhuñjati hatth’otāpakaṃ khādati).

fr. otāpeti

pabhava →

pts

production, origin, source, cause MN.i.67; SN.i.181; SN.ii.12; Iti.37 (āhāra-netti˚); Snp.728, Snp.1050; Nd ii.under mūla (with syn. of sambhava & samuṭṭhāna etc.); Ja.iii.402 Ja.vi.518.

fr. pa + ; …

pabhu →

pts

lord, master, ruler, owner DN-a.i.250.

fr. pa + bhū

pabhuti →

pts

adjective (-˚) beginning, in meaning of: since, after, subsequently; tato p. from that time henceforth Vv-a.158.

Vedic prabhṛti

pabhutika →

pts

adjective dating from, derived or coming from (abl.) DN.i.94 (kuto p.).

fr. pabhuti

pabhāva →

pts

might, power, strength, majesty, dignity Ja.v.36; Ja.vi.449.

fr. pa + bhū

paccagū →

pts

…(Mārassa); vv.ll. baddhabhū, paṭṭhagū. Windisch, Māra & Buddha; trsls “unter M’s Herrschaft,” and refers paṭṭhagu…

paccanubhoti →

pts

…MN.ii.32; SN.ii.178; Iti.15.

paṭi + anu + bhū, BSk. pratyanubhavati Divy.54, Divy.262 etc.

paccatta →

pts

…= visuṃ visuṃ attanā anubhūyamānā mahādukkhavedanā Pv-a.214) Dhs.1044 (ajjhatta + ; trsld “self referable”); Mil.96…

pacchā →

pts

…country SN.iii.5. -bhūmaka id. SN.iv.312 = AN.v.263 -mukha looking westward MN.iii.5; DN.ii.207;…

pahoti →

pts

(in verse) pabhavati

  1. to proceed from (with gen.), rise, originate DN.ii.217; MN.iii.76; SN.ii.184; as pabhavati at Snp.728 = Snp.1050 (cp. Cnd.401) (perf. med.) pahottha i …

pahū →

pts

adjective able Snp.98; Ja.v.198; Cnd.615˚.

cp. Vedic prabhū, fr. pa + bhū

pahūta →

pts

…DN.i.134; Snp.102; Pv-a.3.

pp. of pa + bhū, cp. Vedic prabhūta

pajjhāyati →

pts

…metri causa; C = anusocati) = Mil.5
ppr pajjhāyanto downcast, in formula tuṇhībhūto mankubhūto pattakkhandho adhomukho p….

pajānāti →

pts

…distinguish DN.i.45 (yathābhūtaṃ really truly), DN.i.79 (ceto paricca), DN.i.162, DN.i.249; Snp.626, Snp.726 sq., Snp.987; Iti.12 (ceto…

paladdha →

pts

paluddha); Ja.iii.260 (dava˚ abhibhūta C.).

pp. of pa + labh

pallaṅka →

pts

  1. sitting cross-legged, in instr.; pallaṅkena upon the hams SN.i.124, SN.i.144; and in phrase pallaṅkaṃ ābhujati “to bend (the legs) in crosswise” DN.i.71; MN.i.56; AN.iii.320; Ja.i.17, Ja.i.71; …

palāpa →

pts

…kula-palāso & palāsa-bhūta for palāpa).

Vedic palāva, cp. Lat. palea, Russ pelëva; see also Geiger,

Pali Grammar

§ 39#6, where…

palāsa →

pts

…C.); Pv-a.192 (= bhūsāni).

Vedic palāśa

Palāsa2 & Paḷāsa

unmercifulness, malice, spite. Its nearest synonym is…

pamajjati →

pts

…scour Vin.i.47; Vin.ii.209 (bhūmi˚ itabbā); MN.i.383. 2. to rub along, stroke, grope, feel along (with one’s hands) Vin.ii.209…

panna →

pts

…DN-a.i.103 (opp. to jina-bhūmi, one of the 8 purisa-bhūmiyo-cp. DN.i.54 & Dial. i.722).

  • -loma one whose…

pappaṭaka →

pts

…“outgrowth”) DN.iii.87 (bhūmi ˚ṃ paribhuñjati); Vism.418 (≈) Ne.227 (Com.) (˚ojaṃ khādāpento). 2. a water plant; see…

papupphaka →

pts

…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…

para →

pts

…ekantânatthatāya parabhūto paṭisattubhūto loko ti visesato paraloko ti Vv-a.335); Pv-a.5, Pv-a.60 (= pettivisaya parattha), Pv-a.64,…

pareta →

pts

…by (-˚), syn. with abhibhūta (e.g. Pv-a.41, Pv-a.80). Very frequent in combination with terms of suffering,…

pari →

pts

Pari˚

indeclinable prefix, signifying (lit. around, round about; (fig.) all round, i.e. completely altogether. The use as prep. (with acc. = against, w abl. = from) has entirely disappeared in Pāli …

paribhava →

pts

contempt, disrespect Vin.iv.241; AN.iii.191; Ja.v.436; Ja.vi.164; Vb.353 sq.; Pv-a.257.

pari + bhū

paribhavati →

pts

paribhūta (q.v.).

pari + bhū

paribhoga →

pts

  1. material for enjoyment, food, feeding Ja.i.243; Ja.ii.432; Mil.156, Mil.403; Dhp-a.ii.66; Snp-a.342.
  2. enjoyment, use Vin.iv.267; SN.i.90 Mnd.262; Vism.33 (with pariyesana & paṭiggahana) Dhp-a. …

paribhojaniya →

pts

(or -īya) neuter that which is used for cleaning, water for washing Vin.ii.76, Vin.ii.208, Vin.ii.216 (˚ghaṭa), Vin.ii.226 (cp. vin. texts iii.8); Vin.iii.119 (pāniyaṃ); Ja.i.416; Ja.vi.75; Dhp- …

paribhutta →

pts

used, employed, made use of Vin.ii.109 (su˚) Ja.iii.257 (a˚); DN-a.i.261 (sayaṃ ˚bhesajja); Snp-a.19.

pp. of paribhuñjati, cp. BSk. paribhukta Divy.277

paribhuñjana →

pts

eating Pv-a.35.

fr. paribhuñjati

paribhuñjati →

pts

  1. to enjoy, to use, to enjoy the use of Vin.ii.109; MN.i.153 (nivāpaṃ p.), MN.i.207, SN.ii.29; Snp.240, Snp.241, Snp.423; Pv.i.1#2; Pv.i.9#4; Pv.iv.5#2 (= khādituṃ Pv-a.259); Cnd.427 (pariyesati paṭ …

paribhūta →

pts

treated with contempt, disregarded, despised Vin.iv.6; SN.ii.279; Mil.229, Mil.288.

pp. of paribhavati

pariggaha →

pts

…Ja.vi.259; Pv-a.76 (˚bhūta belonging to, the property of); Vv-a.213, Vv-a.321 sa˚; with all (its) belongings SN.i.32. 4. a wife…

parihāra →

pts

…= Vin.ii.10 (explained as “bhūmiyaṃ nānāpathaṃ maṇḍalaṃ katvā tattha pariharitabbaṃ pariharantānaṃ kīḷanaṃ” DN-a.i.85…

parikamma →

pts

…prepared Vin.ii.175 (bhūmi), as “with,” viz. geruka˚ plastered with red chalk Vin.i.48 Vin.ii.209; lākhā˚ Ja.iii.183; Ja.iv.256;…

parinibbuta →

pts

…kindred terms like sītibhūta (cooled), e.g. Vin.ii.156 = AN.i.138; Vv.53#24 or nicchāta

parinibbāna →

pts

…Vv.53#24 (˚gata + sītibhūta). This state of final emancipation (during life) has also received the determination of anupādā-parinibbāna,…

paripatati →

pts

…Ja.v.420; Pv.iv.5#3 (bhūmiyaṃ) DN-a.i.132; Pv-a.37, Pv-a.47, Pv-a.55, Pv-a.62
caus paripāteti (q.v.) …

parisumbhana →

pts

throwing down Ja.vi.508 (bhūmiyā p.).

fr. pari + śumbh

parivāsika →

pts

adjective

  1. “staying,” i.e. usual, accustomed, 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 combined with *[abhin …

pariyesati →

pts

to seek for, look, search, desire DN.i.223 (˚esamāna ppr.); Snp.482 (id.); SN.i.177, SN.i.181 SN.iv.62; AN.ii.23, AN.ii.25, AN.ii.247; Mnd.262; Cnd.427 (+ paṭilabhati and paribhuñjati); Ja.i.3, Ja.i. …

pariyuṭṭhita →

pts

…given K.S. 320 is “abhibhūta”) biassed, taken up by, full of (-˚) MN.i.18; MN.iii.14; SN.iv.240 (maccheramala˚ ceto); AN.i.281;…

pariñña →

pts

…understanding Iti.44 (bhūta˚ so, or should we read bhūtapariññāya?); also in cpd. pariññacārin (to be expd as shortened…

pariññā →

pts

…& in formulas (like yathābhūtaṃ p.); its meaning is “knowing well in right knowledge”: SN.v.182; Snp.455, Snp.737, Snp.778 (=…

parābhava →

pts

defeat, destruction, ruin, disgrace SN.ii.241; AN.ii.73; AN.iv.26; Snp.91–Snp.115; Ja.iii.331; Snp-a.167.

fr. parā + bhu Vedic parābhava

parābhavati →

pts

parābhetvā.

parā + bhū

parābhūta →

pts

ruined, fallen into disgrace MN.ii.210 (avabhūta +)
Note. parābhūta at Ja.v.416 is to be read parabhuta (q.v.).

pp. of parābhavati

pasādiyā →

pts

…C. seems to take it as “bhūmiyaṃ patita”; variant reading pasāriya. Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. takes it as rice plant compares Sk.;…

pavana →

pts

…defends Müller’s (after Subhūti) interpretation as “wood, woodland,” and compares BSk. pavana Mvu.ii.272, Mvu.ii.382.

cp. Vedic pravaṇa;…

pavisati →

pts

…SN.iv.199; Ja.vi.76 (nāgo bhūmiyaṃ p.); Dāvs iii.26; aor. pāvisi Vin.ii.79 (vihāraṃ); MN.i.381; Ja.i.76 (3rd pl. pāvisuṃ)…

pavārita →

pts

  1. satisfied MN.i.12 (+ paripuṇṇa pariyosita); Mil.231; Vism.71.
  2. having come to the end of the rainy season Vin.i.175
    ■ Freq in formula bhuttāvin pavārita having eaten & being satisfied Vin …

pañca →

pts

…gajavaro Vv-a.33 ˚bhūmako pāsādo Ja.i.58 (cp. the house of Death as 5 stories high in Grimm, Mārchen No. 42 ed. Reclam)- 3. of…

pañña →

pts

…SN.iv.111; AN.v.42 sq. bhūri˚ SN.iii.143; SN.iv.205; manda˚ Vb-a.239; mahā SN.i.63, SN.i.121; SN.ii.155; AN.i.23, AN.i.25; AN.ii.178 sq.;…

paññā →

pts

…wisdom SN.v.411 AN.i.45

  • -bhūmi ground or stage of wisdom; a name given to the Paṭicca-samuppāda by Buddhaghosa at Vism xvii, pp. 517 sq….

paññāya →

pts

…most frequently with yathābhūtaṃ (q.v. SN.i.13 (bhāveti), SN.i.44 (lokasmiṃ pajjoto), SN.i.214 (parisujjhati); SN.ii.7 sq. (uppajjati),…

paṭhavī →

pts

…rasa˚ is opposed to bhūmi-pappaṭaka. Otherwise it is very frequent in representing the earth as solid, firm, spacious ground See…

paṭicca-samuppāda →

pts

…under the title of Paññā-bhūmi-niddesa), and at Vb-a.130–Vb-a.213 under the title of Paccayākāra-vibhanga. Some passages selected for…

paṭilabhati →

pts

to obtain, receive, get Iti.77; Ja.i.91; Cnd.427 (pariyesati p. paribhuñjati); Pp.57; Vv-a.115; Pv-a.6, Pv-a.7, Pv-a.16, Pv-a.50, Pv-a.60, Pv-a.67 etc
■ pret. 3rd pl *[paccaladdhaṃ …

paṭāṇi →

pts

…paṭāni (sic.)-bhūtaṃ dassanan ti visūkadassanaṃ“ and at Dhs-a.393: “paṭāni-gahaṇaṃ gahetvā ekapaden’ eva taṃ…

phaṇijjaka →

pts

…propagated by slips or cuttings, together with ajjuka & hirivera. At Ja.vi.536 the C. gives bhūtanaka as…

phuṭa →

pts

…(in niraya passage T. reads bhūmi yojana-sataṃ phuṭā tiṭṭhanti i.e. the beings fill or are spread out over such a space; C. 272 explains…

potheti →

pts

Poṭheti & Potheti

  1. to beat, strike Snp.682 (bhujāni = appoṭheti Snp-a.485); Ja.i.188, Ja.i.483 (th), Ja.ii.394; Ja.vi.548 (= ākoṭeti); Dhp-a.i.48; Dhp-a.ii.27 (th), Dhp-a.ii.67 (th); Vv-a.68 (t …

poṭheti →

pts

Poṭheti & Potheti

  1. to beat, strike Snp.682 (bhujāni = appoṭheti Snp-a.485); Ja.i.188, Ja.i.483 (th), Ja.ii.394; Ja.vi.548 (= ākoṭeti); Dhp-a.i.48; Dhp-a.ii.27 (th), Dhp-a.ii.67 (th); Vv-a.68 (t …

pubba →

pts

…and passim (see bhūta). 2. (neg.) apubba (nt. what has not been before, something new Vv-a.117, Vv-a.287 acc. as…

punāti →

pts

  1. to clean, cleanse Vv-a.19 (+ visodheti, in def. of puñña).
  2. to sift Ja.vi.108 (angāraṃ p. = attano sīse angāre p. okirati C. so read with variant reading for phunati T.); DN-a.i.268 (bhusaṃ pu …

purisa →

pts

…Dhs.839; Pv-a.63.

  • -bhūmi man’s stage, as “eight stages of a prophet’s existence” (Dial. i.72) at DN.i.54 in…

puthu →

pts

…pāṇikā on p. 151).

  • -bhūta (p. 2) widely spread SN.ii.107; but cp. BSk pṛṭhag bhavati to be peculiar to Divy.58,…

puthujjana →

pts

…bhava-taṇh’ âbhibhūta), Vb-a.186 (ummat taka, opposed to upabrūhita-ñāṇa-purisa, exemplifying upādāna and kamma); Dhp-a.i.5…

puñja →

pts

…a in compound with kṛ & bhū heaped up, heaped together Vin.ii.208 (puñjakita); MN.i.58, MN.i.89 (id. but id p. MN.iii.92 puñjakajāta);…

pālana →

pts

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

pāsāda →

pts

…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 Buddha’s…

pātur →

pts

…Vv.84#41 2. with bhū (to become manifest to appear): pres. pātubhavati DN.i.220; DN.ii.12,…

pāṇa →

pts

…living being Ja.iv.494

  • -bhūta = ˚bhu MN.iii.5; AN.ii.210; AN.iii.92; AN.iv.249 sq. Ja.iv.498.
  • -vadha

pāṭibhoga →

pts

sponsor AN.ii.172; Ud.17; Iti.1 sq.; Ja.ii.93; Vism.555 sq.; Dhp-a.i.398; Vb-a.165. Patimokkha (pati)

for paṭibhoga (?); difficult to explain, we should suspect a ger. formation *prati-bhogya for …

rajanīya →

pts

…rāguppatti-hetu-bhūtehi“ (viz. kāmagunehi), referring to aN variant reading rajanīyehi, and then as “rajanī ti vā rattīsu,…

rasa →

pts

…not quite clear), opp. to bhūmipappaṭaka; Vism.418; pabbata-rasa mountain extract, rock-substance Ja.iii.55; suvaṇṇa˚; gold dust…

ratana →

pts

…gems Snp.683 (= vararatana-bhūta Snp-a.486).

  • -sutta the Suttanta of the (3) Treasures (viz. Dhamma, Sangha, Buddha),…

raṭṭha →

pts

reign, kingdom, empire; country, realm Snp.46 (explained at Cnd.536 as “raṭṭhañ ca janapadañ ca koṭṭhāgārañ ca… nagarañ ca”), Snp.287 Snp.444, Snp.619; Ja.iv.389 (˚ṃ araṭṭhaṃ karoti); Pv-a.19 (˚ṃ kār …

reṇu →

pts

… ■ Vin.i.32 (˚hatā bhūmi); Vism.338 = Mnd.505 = Ja.i.117 (rāgo rajo na ca pana reṇu vuccati); Ja.iv.362 (okiṇṇā raja-reṇūhi;…

roga →

pts

…Pv-a.212 (rogena abhibhūta)
■ Opp. aroga health: see sep.

rājan →

pts

…(in simile).

  • -vibhūti royal splendour or dignity Pv-a.216, Pv-a.279.
  • -haṃsa “royal…

rājā →

pts

…(in simile).

  • -vibhūti royal splendour or dignity Pv-a.216, Pv-a.279.
  • -haṃsa “royal…

rāmaṇeyyaka →

pts

…nt. delightfulness, lovely scenery MN.i.365 (four seen in a dream: ārāma˚, vana˚, bhūmi pokkharaṇī˚).

orig. grd. of…

rūpa →

pts

…= cattāro mahā-bhūtā catunnaṃ m-bhūtānaṃ upādāya rūpaṃ (otherwise kāya-sankhārā) SN.ii.4; SN.iii.59 sq.; Pts.i.183…

sabba →

pts

…useful Mil.153. -ābhibhū conquering all Snp.211; Vin.i.8. -otuka corresponding to all the seasons DN.ii.179; Pv.iv.12#2; Sdhp.248….

sabhāva →

pts

…principle of nature Ja.i.214;

  • -dhammatta ˚dhamma Vism.238.
  • -bhūta true Ja.iii.20.

sa4 + bhāva

saha →

pts

…Ja.iii.181 (amacca).

  • -bhū arising together with Dhs.1197; Ne.16; a class of devas DN.ii.260 *…

sajati →

pts

Sajati1

to let loose, send forth dismiss, give up Snp.386, Snp.390; Ja.i.359; Ja.v.218 (imper sajāhi); Ja.vi.185, Ja.vi.205
inf saṭṭhuṃ (q.v.); pp. *[saṭṭha](/define …

sajotibhūta →

pts

adjective flaming, ablaze, aglow DN.i.95; Vin.i.25; AN.i.141; Ja.i.232; DN-a.i.264.

sa3 + joti + bhūta; same BSk., e.g. Mvu.i.5

sakhi →

pts

…In compound with bhū as sakhi˚ & sakhī˚;, e.g. sakhibhāva friendship Ja.vi.424; Pv-a.241; & sakhībhāva

salla →

pts

…kathankathā˚
abhūḷha˚; one whose sting of craving or attachment is pulled out DN.ii.283; Snp.593; Ja.iii.390; Pv.i.8#7 etc. (see…

samatitthika →

pts

adjective even or level with the border or bank, i.e. quite full, brimful DN.i.244 DN.ii.89; MN.i.435; MN.ii.7 = Mil.213; SN.ii.134; SN.v.170; Ja.i.400; Ja.i.235, Ja.i.393; Mil.121; Vism.170 (pattaṃ ˚ …

samaṅgin →

pts

…Vb-a.438
samaṅgibhūta possessed of, provided with DN.i.36; AN.ii.125; Snp.321; Vin.i.15; DN-a.i.121; samaṅgi-karoti to provide…

sambhava →

pts

  1. origin, birth, production DN.ii.107; SN.iii.86; AN.ii.10, AN.ii.18; Snp.724, Snp.741 etc.; Dhp.161; Ja.i.168; mātāpettikas˚ born from father and mother DN.i.34; Dhs-a.306; natthi sambhavaṃ has not …

sambhavati →

pts

…pl. samabhavuṃ Dāvs v.6; ger sambhuyya having come together with Vv-a.232
pp sambhūta
caus…

sambhoti →

pts

…pl. samabhavuṃ Dāvs v.6; ger sambhuyya having come together with Vv-a.232
pp sambhūta
caus…

sambhuñjati →

pts

  1. to eat together with Vin.iv.137.
  2. to associate with SN.i.162.

saṃ + bhuñjati

sambhuṇāti FIXME double →

pts

Sambhuṇāti

see sambhavati.

sambhuṇāti →

pts

…pl. samabhavuṃ Dāvs v.6; ger sambhuyya having come together with Vv-a.232
pp sambhūta
caus…

sambhāveti →

pts

  1. to undertake, achieve, to be intent on (acc.) Vin.i.253; Dhs-a.163.
  2. to reach, catch up to (acc.) Vin.i.277 Vin.ii.300.
  3. to produce, effect Mil.49.
  4. to consider Ja.iii.220.
  5. to honour, est …

sambhūta →

pts

arisen from, produced Snp.272 (atta˚ self-; cp. Snp-a.304; attabhāva-pariyāye attani s.); SN.i.134.

pp. of sambhavati

sammukha →

pts

…sammukhī˚;* (before bhū): ˚bhāva (˚a˚) presence, confrontation Mil.126; (˚ī˚) being face to face with coming into one’s presence…

sammuti →

pts

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

samubbhūta →

pts

borne from, produced from Dāvs ii.25.

saṃ + ud + bhūta

samīpa →

pts

adjective near, close (to) Snp-a.43 (bhumma-vacana), Snp-a.174, Snp-a.437; Kp-a.111; Pv-a.47 (dvāra˚ magga) (nt.) proximity DN.i.118. Cases adverbially: acc. -aṃ near to Pv-a.107; loc. *-- …

sarabhū →

pts

lizard Vin.ii.110; AN.ii.73; Ja.ii.135, Ja.ii.147; Snp-a.439.

cp. Sk. saraṭa

saraṇa →

pts

…asaraṇa, asaraṇībhūta without help and refuge Mil.148. See leṇa 2.

satta →

pts

…v. “unfailing”).

  • -bhūmaka (pāsāda) (a palace) with 7 stories Mhvs.37, Mhvs.11; Ja.i.58; Ja.iv.378; Dhp-a.i.180,…

sayaṃ →

pts

…Snp.404; DN-a.i.110

  • -bhū self-dependent, an epithet of a Buddha Bv.xiv.1 = Ja.i.39; Mil.214, Mil.227, Mil.236; Vism.234;…

sañjāta →

pts

…arisen Dhs.1035 (+ bhūta & other syn.). ˚-full of, grown into being in a state of Snp.53 (˚khandha = susaṇṭhita˚ Snp-a.103);…

saṅghin →

pts

… ■ saṅghāsaṅghī (pl.) in crowds, with crowds (redupl. cpd.!), with gaṇi-bhūtā “crowd upon crowd at DN.i.112, DN.i.128;…

saṅkhepa →

pts

…if he were king DN-a.i.246; bhūmi-ghara˚ in the shape of an earth house DN-a.i.260. 3. group, heaping up, amassing, collection…

sikkhāpada →

pts

…to use neither unguents nor ornaments; (9 uccā-sayana-mahā-sayanā˚; not to sleep on a…

silābhu →

pts

whip snake Ja.vi.194 (= nīlapaṇṇavaṇṇasappa).

sithila →

pts

…with bhū as sithilī˚; e.g.
-bhāva lax state Vism.502 = Vb-a.100;
-bhūta hanging loose Pv-a.47…

su →

pts

…great liberality Iti.66. -bhūmi good soil MN.i.124. -majja well polished Ja.iii.282….

subbhū →

pts

adjective having beautiful eyebrows Ja.iv.18 (= subhamukhā C.).

su + bhū, Sk. bhrū, see bhūkuṭi

sukha →

pts

…nibbāna)

  • -bhūmi a soil of ease, source of ease Dhs.984 Dhs-a.346
  • -yānaka an easy-going cart Dhp-a.325
  • -vinicchaya

sunakha →

pts

dog AN.i.48; AN.ii.122; Thig.509; Ja.i.175, Ja.i.189; Ja.ii.128, Ja.ii.246; Pv-a.151, Pv-a.206
rukkha˚ some sort of animal Ja.vi.538. fem. sunakhī a bitch Ja.iv.400
■ Na …

suvaṇṇa →

pts

…a g. vase Mhbv.154

sāra →

pts

…best things Ja.ii.225.

sīla →

pts

…item of bījagāma-bhūtagāma-samārambha) form the seco nd.5 sikkhāpadāni. Upon the; Culla˚; follows the Majjhima˚; (DN.i.5…

sīsa →

pts

…highest part, top, front: bhūmi˚; hill place of vantage Dpvs.15, 26; Ja.ii.406; caṅkamana˚ head of the cloister Vism.121; saṅgāma˚;…

sīta →

pts

…In compound with kṛ & bhū the form is sīti˚; e.g. sīti-kata made cool Vin.ii.122; sīti-bhavati to become…

taccha →

pts

…reading tathaṃ better); as bhūta t. dhammika (well founded and just) DN.i.230. bhūta + taccha: AN.ii.100 = Pp.50; Vv-a.72
■ yathā…

tala →

pts

…ground) Ja.ii.111, cp. bhūmi˚ Pv-a.176; ādāsa˚ surface of a mirror Vism.450, Vism.456, Vism.489; salila˚ (surface of pond Pv-a.157;…

tanu →

pts

…decrease Pp.17;

  • -bhūta decreased, diminished Pp.17; esp in phrase ˚soka with diminished grief, having one’s…

tatha →

pts

…true, real DN.i.190 (+ bhūta taccha); MN.iii.70; Thag.347; Snp.1115 (= Cnd.275 taccha bhūta, etc.). (nt. tathaṃ = saccaṃ, in cattāri…

taṇhā →

pts

-sambhūta produced by t. (t. ayaṃ kāyo) AN.ii.145 (cp. Snp.p.144 yaṃ kiñci dukkhaṃ sambhoti…

taṭataṭāyati →

pts

…Vv-a.121 (of a kodhâbhibhūto; variant reading kaṭakaṭāyamāna), Vv-a.206 (+ akkosati paribhāsati), Vv-a.256. Cp. also…

te →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.97.

  • -bhūmaka belonging to the 3 stages of being (viz. the kāma, rūpa, arūpa existences; cp….

tharaṇa →

pts

strewing, spreading. In compounds like assa˚, bhumma˚, ratha˚, hattha˚, etc. the reading ass-attharaṇa, etc. should be preferred (= ā stṛ;). See attharaṇa and compounds

Sk. staraṇa to stṛ.

thaṇḍila →

pts

…Pv.iv.7#5 (= kharakaṭhāna bhūmippadesa Pv-a.265).

  • -sāyikā (f.) the act of lying on the bare ground (as a penance) [BSk….

thāvara →

pts

…e.g. Snp.394 (“sabbesu bhūtesu nidhāya daṇḍaṃ ye thāvarā ye ca tasanti loke”); Iti.32 (tasaṃ vā thāvaraṃ vā). See tasa for…

ti FIXME double →

pts

…Sdhp.276, Sdhp.491 (cp. tebhūmaka); -vagga consisting of 3 divisions or books DN-a.i.2 (Dīghāgamo vaggato t. hoti)…

tiraccha →

pts

…across, obliquely; in -bhūta deviating, going wrong, swerving from the right direction DN-a.i.89 (see under…

tiracchāna →

pts

…tiraccha-bhūtā kathā;

  • -gata an animal, a beast Vin.iv.7; SN.iii.152 = DN-a.i.23; (t. pāṇā)…

tiṇa →

pts

grass, herb; weed; straw; thatch hay, litter SN.iii.137 (tiṇa, kasā, kusa, babbaja, bīraṇa) satiṇakaṭṭhodaka full of grass, wood & water (of an estate) DN.i.87, DN.i.111, etc.; sītaṃ vā uṇhaṃ vā rajo …

tuṇhī →

pts

…Pv-a.20, etc.; -bhūta silent Snp.p.140; Vv.20; Dhp-a.172, etc.

Sk. tūṣṇīṃ acc. sg. of fem. abstr….

tāva →

pts

…vatthāni t. devapātubhūtāni Pv-a.44; paṭhamaṃ t. (even) at once, right away Pv-a.113, Pv-a.132; gilānāya t. ayaṃ etissā…

ubbhujati →

pts

to bend up, to lift up (forcibly), ger. -itvā in meaning of “forcibly” Vin.ii.222; Vin.iii.40.

ud + bhuj

ud →

pts

Ud-

prefix in verbal & nominal combn. One half of all the words beginning with u˚ are combns. with ud˚, which in compn. appears modified according to the rules of as …

udara →

pts

  1. the belly, stomach DN.ii.266; Snp.78, Snp.604, Snp.609, Snp.716; Ja.i.146, Ja.i.164, Ja.i.265; Mil.213; Pv-a.283; Kp-a.57, Kp-a.58; Dhp-a.i.47 (pregnant); Sdhp.102.
  2. cavity, interior, inside …

udaya →

pts

…vipāka), Pv-a.273 (˚bhūtāni pañca kahāpaṇa-satāni labhitvā with interest); Sdhp.40, Sdhp.230, Sdhp.258
■ See also…

ujjaṅgala →

pts

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

ujju →

pts

…Snp-a.317; Pv-a.51.

  • -bhūta straight, upright SN.i.100, SN.i.170 SN.ii.279; SN.v.384, SN.v.404; AN.ii.57; AN.iv.292;…

uju →

pts

…Snp-a.317; Pv-a.51.

  • -bhūta straight, upright SN.i.100, SN.i.170 SN.ii.279; SN.v.384, SN.v.404; AN.ii.57; AN.iv.292;…

ukkāra →

pts

…only in cpd. ukkāra-bhūmi dung-hill Ja.i.5, Ja.i.146 (so read for ukkar˚), Ja.ii.40; Ja.iii.16, Ja.iii.75, Ja.iii.377; Ja.iv.72,…

ummi →

pts

Ummi & Ummī

(f.) a wave Thag.681; Mil.346.

for the usual ūmi, cp. similar double forms of bhummi → bhūmi

ummī →

pts

Ummi & Ummī

(f.) a wave Thag.681; Mil.346.

for the usual ūmi, cp. similar double forms of bhummi → bhūmi

upabhoga →

pts

enjoyment, profit Vin.iv.267; Ja.ii.431; Ja.iv.219 (variant reading paribhoga); Ja.vi.361; Mil.201, Mil.403; Pv-a.49, Pv-a.220 (˚paribhoga); Dhp-a.iv.7 (id.); Sdhp.268, Sdhp.341, Sdhp.547.

fr. upa …

upabhogga →

pts

adjective to be enjoyed, enjoyable Mil.201.

Sk. upabhogya, grd. of upabhuñjati

upabhogin →

pts

adjective enjoying Mil.267.

fr. upabhuñjati

upabhunjaka →

pts

adjective one who eats or enjoys Vism.555.

fr. next

upabhunjati →

pts

to enjoy Ja.iii.495; Ja.v.350 (inf. ˚bhottuṃ)
grd upabhogga
pp upabhattu (q.v.).

upa + bhuj

upabhutta →

pts

enjoyed Dāvs iii.65.

pp. of upabhunjati

upagata →

pts

…at AN.v.187) Pv.i.11#10 (khuppipās˚); Pv-a.60 (= abhibhūta).

pp. of upagacchati

upayoga →

pts

…karaṇa˚ Snp-a.148; sampadāna˚ Ja.v.214; Snp-a.317; itthambhūta˚ Snp-a.441; nissakka˚ Ja.v.498.

fr. upa + yuj

upayuñjati →

pts

to combine, connect with; to use, apply; ppr. med. upayujjamāna Vv-a.245 (preferably be read as ˚bhuñjamāna, with reference to enjoying drink & food).

upa + yuj

uppajjati →

pts

to come out, to arise, to be produced, to be born or reborn, to come into existence DN.i.180; Snp.584; Pv.ii.1#11 (= nibbattati Pv-a.71); Pv-a.8 (nibbattati +), Pv-a.9, Pv-a.20, Pv-a.129 (= pātu …

upādi →

pts

…to nouns in ˚a & ˚ā which change their a to i in compn. with kṛ & bhū; otherwise a n. formation fr analogous to ˚dhi fr….

usuyyaka →

pts

adjective envious, jealous Vin.ii.190; Snp.318, Snp.325; Ja.ii.192 (variant reading asuyy˚); Ja.v.114
Note. The long vowel form usūyaka occurs in cpd. *[abbhusūyaka](/define …

uttama →

pts

…Ja.ii.163; also in cpd ˚bhūta the hair of the head Thig.253 (= kesa-kalāpa Thag-a.209, Thag-a.210) & ˚ruha id. Ja.i.138 = Ja.vi.96 (=…

uttari FIXME double →

pts

…form of uttara, cp. angi-bhūta uttāni-karoti etc.

uttari →

pts

…form of uttara, cp. angi-bhūta uttāni-karoti etc.

uttariṃ FIXME double →

pts

…form of uttara, cp. angi-bhūta uttāni-karoti etc.

uttariṃ →

pts

…form of uttara, cp. angi-bhūta uttāni-karoti etc.

uttāna →

pts

…with kṛ & bhū is uttānī˚ (q.v.). 3. superficial, “flat”, shallow AN.i.70 (parisa); Pp.46.

uttānī →

pts

…AN.iii.361 sq.

the compn. form of uttāna in compounds with kṛ & bhū cp. BSk. uttānī-karoti Mvu.iii.408; uttānī-kṛta…

uyyāna →

pts

…Ja.ii.191; Ja.iv.264 bhūmi garden ground, pleasure ground Ja.i.58; Vv.64#19; Pv.ii.12#9; DN-a.i.235.

Sk. udyāna, fr….

vacana →

pts

…rightly); SN.iv.195 (yathā bhūtaṃ); AN.ii.168; Snp.417, Snp.699 Snp.932, Snp.984, Snp.997; Mil.235; Pv.ii.2#7; Snp-a.343, Snp-a.386-mama…

vaddha →

pts

…glad, joyful; in cpd. -bhūta gladdened, cheerful Ja.v.6.

pp. of vaḍḍhati; see also vaḍḍha, vuḍḍha &…

vasa →

pts

…with kṛ; and bhū is vasī˚; (q.v.).

  • -ānuga being in somebody’s power, dependent,…

vasī →

pts

…See also ciṇṇa
-bhūta having become a master (over), mastering SN.i.132; Mil.319; cp. Mvu.i.47 & Mvu.i.399 vaśībhūta
■ The…

vata →

pts

Vata1

indeclinable part of exclamation: surely, certainly, indeed, alas! Vin.iii.39 (puris’ usabho vat’ âyaṃ “for sure he is a human bull”) Thig.316 (abbhutaṃ vata vācaṃ bhāsasi); Snp.178, …

vatthu →

pts

…material basis Vb-a.22. -bhūta being an object, i.e. subject to Ja.v.210. -rūpa substance or substratum…

vaṇṇa →

pts

…(for ˚bhūmi ‣See bhū2)

  • -bhūta being of a (natural) species Pv-a.97
  • -vādin saying praise,…

vaṇṇu →

pts

…(= petena nimmitaṃ mudu-bhūmi-magga Pv-a.250, so read for vaṇṇapatha); shortened to vaṇṇu at Vv.84#11 (where…

vaṭṭa →

pts

…Kp-a.189; Snp-a.510 (tebhūmaka˚); Dhp-a.i.289 (kilesa˚), Dhp-a.iv.69 (tebhūmaka˚). See also Māra; and ˚dukkha ˚vivaṭṭa below. 3….

vaṭṭha →

pts

rained, in nava˚; newly rained upon Dhp-a.i.19 (bhūmi).

pp. of vassati, for the usual vuṭṭha

vebhūtika →

pts

…Vv.84#40 (˚ka; explained as “sahitānaṃ vinābhāva-karaṇato vebhūtikaṃ,” i.e. pisuṇaṃ Vv-a.347).

fr. vibhūti 1

vebhūtiya →

pts

…Vv.84#40 (˚ka; explained as “sahitānaṃ vinābhāva-karaṇato vebhūtikaṃ,” i.e. pisuṇaṃ Vv-a.347).

fr. vibhūti 1

vedanā →

pts

…suffered Pv.iii.10#6 (= anubhūyamāna Pv-a.214)
vedana at Ja.iii.349 is to be read as vetana.

fr. ved˚: see…

vehāyasa →

pts

…vehāyasaṃ = vehāyasa-bhūte hatthi-piṭṭhe), combined with ṭhita (standing in the air) Vv.41; Mhvs.1, Mhvs.24;…

vibbhanta →

pts

roaming, straying; strayed, confused MN.i.171 (padhāna˚ giving up exertion), 247 (identical). Usually in phrase -citta with wandering (or confused) mind SN.i.61 ‣See explanation of Commentary at

vibhavati →

pts

to cease to exist SN.iii.56 (fut. ˚issati); Snp.873 (vibhoti); Mnd.279 (id.)
pp vibhūta.

vi + bhavati

vibhūsana →

pts

adornment AN.i.212; AN.ii.40, AN.ii.145, AN.ii.209; Snp.59 (cp. Cnd.585); Pp.21, Pp.58; Ja.i.8; Dhs.1348; Mil.382.

vi + bhūsana

vibhūseti →

pts

to adorn, embellish, beautify Thig.411; Mhvs.19, Mhvs.25; Dhp-a.i.77
pp vibhūsita.

vi + bhūseti

vibhūsita →

pts

adorned, decorated Mhvs.25, Mhvs.102; Vism.10; Pv-a.46, Pv-a.157.

pp. of vibhūseti

vibhūsā →

pts

…“dexterity,” hardly correct. Should we read “vibhūti”?).

vi + bhūsā

vibhūta →

pts

…vītivatta Cnd.584). 2. [cp. bhūta 3] false Snp.664. 3. [cp. vibhāveti 2] clear, distinct AN.v.325; Mil.311; Ab dhs.16 (a˚ unclear); Vism.112 (&…

vibhūti →

pts

  1. [cp. vibhūta 2] destruction, ruin Thag.1018 (˚nandin = malign).
  2. [cp vibhava 1] splendour, majesty, glory Ja.v.305; Pv-a.133 (dāna˚),…

vighāta →

pts

…having its part in adversity, associated with trouble MN.i.115; SN.v.97; Dhs-a.382.

  • -bhūmi ground for vexation…

vihāyasa FIXME double →

pts

…vehāyasaṃ = vehāyasa-bhūte hatthi-piṭṭhe), combined with ṭhita (standing in the air) Vv.41; Mhvs.1, Mhvs.24;…

vijjā →

pts

…Mil.200; Dhp.i.259 (bhūmicala n. v. “earthquake charm), Dhp.i.265 (dhanu-agamanīyaṃ Ambaṭṭha n. v.); Kp-a.237 (vatthu˚,…

vikirati →

pts

to scatter about, sprinkle, spread, mix up (trs. & intrs.) MN.i.127; SN.iii.190 (in simile of playing children: paṃsv’ āgārakāni hatthehi ca pādehi ca vikiranti [mix up] vidhamanti [fall about] viddha …

vikāra →

pts

…influence); Snp-a.189 (bhūta˚ natural blemish) 4. constitution, property, quality (cp. Cpd. 1572 1681) Vism.449…

vilikhati →

pts

…to scrape, scratch SN.i.124 (bhūmiṃ); SN.iv.198; Dhs-a.260 (fig. manaṃ v. ; in expln of vilekha). 2. to…

vimutti →

pts

…AN.ii.247, AN.iii.165 (yathābhūtaṃ pajānāti), AN.iii.242, Snp.54, Snp.73, Snp.725 sq.; Ja.i.77, Ja.i.78, Ja.i.80; Pts.i.22 Pts.ii.143 sq.;…

vimāna →

pts

Vimāna1

neuter lit. covering a certain space, measuring; the defns given by Dhpāla refer it to “without measure,” i.e. immeasurable. Thus = vigata-māne appamāṇe mahanta vara-p …

vinibandha →

pts

bondage SN.ii.17; SN.iii.135, SN.iii.186; AN.i.66 (+ vinivesa); Snp.16
■ The five cetaso vinibandhā (bondages of the mind) are: kāmesu rāgo, kāye rāgo, rūpe rāgo, yāvadatthaṃ udar’ âvadehakaṃ b …

vinibbhoga →

pts

Vinibbhoga1

adjective lacking, deprived of (-˚), deficient Thag-a.248 (viññāṇa˚).

vi + nibbhoga

Vinibbhoga2

sifting out, distinction, discrimination Vism.306 (dhātu˚), Vis …

vinibbhujana →

pts

turning inside out Thag-a.284.

fr. vinibbhujati

vinibbhujati →

pts

(or -bhuñjati)

  1. [to bhuj, to bend, as in bhuja1 & nibbhujati] to turn inside out Thig.471.
  2. [to bhuj or bhuñj as in bhuñjati2 and paribhuñjati2] to separ …

vinibbhutta →

pts

separated, distinguished, discriminated Vism.368.

pp. of vinibbhujati

vipassati →

pts

…(ye nibbutā loke yathābhūtaṃ vipassisuṃ, aor.); Thag.471; Thag.2, Thag.271 (vipassi for ˚passasi); Snp.1115; Ja.iii.183 (pabbajitvā…

visaya →

pts

…Mil.316; Vism.216 (visayī-bhūta), Vism.570 = Vb-a.182 (mahā˚ & appa˚); Kp-a.17; Snp-a.22, Snp-a.154 (buddha˚), Snp-a.228 (id.);…

visañña →

pts

…Snp.874. 2. unconscious Ja.v.159. In composition with bhū as visaññī-bhūta at Ja.i.67.

vi + sañña = saññā

viseni →

pts

…expressions

vi + sena in combination with kṛ; and bhū; cp. paṭisena

visūka →

pts

…visiting shows (as fairs) DN.i.5 (cp. DN-a.i.77 “visūkaṃ paṭani-bhūtaṃ dassanaṃ,” reading not clear) AN.i.212;…

vitarati →

pts

  1. to go through, come through, overcome Snp.495, Snp.779 (ger. ˚eyya, taken as Pot. at Mnd.57 oghaṃ samatikkameyya), Snp.941, Snp.1052; Pv.iii.2#4 (vitaritvā = vitiṇṇo hutvā Pv-a.181, q.v. for detai …

vitta →

pts

…(= vittiyā upakaraṇa-bhūtaṃ vittaṃ Pv-a.106)
■ Often in phrase -ūpakaraṇa possessions & means, i.e. wealth; e.g. DN.i.134;…

viyāpanna →

pts

…former explained as “naṭṭha,” the latter as “viparivattitvā aññathā-bhūta” at Snp-a.324).

vi + āpanna, pp. of vi + āpajjati…

viññatti →

pts

intimation, giving to understand, information; begging or asking by intimation or hinting (a practice forbidden to the bhikkhu). Vin.i.72 (˚bahula, intent on …); Vin.iii.144 sq. (identical); Vin.iv.29 …

viññāṇa →

pts

…4 great elements (the mahābhūtāni) and ākāsa-dhātu as fifth (this explained as “asamphuṭṭha-dhātu” at Vb-a.55, whereas v-…

vy →

pts

…(= vyūha, appearing as ˚bhūha), or diaeretic as viy˚; (in poetry) or veyy˚; (popular), e.g. viyañjana, viyārambha,…

vyanta →

pts

…with kṛ; and bhū. The spelling is often byanti˚

  1. vyantikaroti to abolish remove, get…

vādin →

pts

kāla˚; bhūta˚ attha˚; etc. speaking in time, the truth & good etc. DN.i.4, DN.i.165; AN.i.202; AN.v.205, AN.v.265,…

vāruṇī →

pts

…’va pavedhati; C. devatā-bhūta-paviṭṭhā yakkha-dāsī viya gahitā, i.e. possessed), Ja.vi.587 (vāruṇī ’va pavedhentī; C….

ya →

pts

Ya˚

I. Forms

(See inflection also at Geiger, P.Gr. § 110.) The decl. is similar to that of ta˚ among the more rarely found forms we only mention the foll.
■ sg. nom. m. *[yo](/define/y …

yakkha →

pts

…Mnd.448. -bhūta a yakkha-being, a ghost Pv.iii.5#2 (= pisāca-bhūta vā yakkha-bh. vā Pv-a.198); Pv.iv.1#35. *-mahiddhi…

yathā →

pts

…a veiled (corrupted) yathābhūtaṃ has presented itself to us before (see vol. I. under ābhata). The meaning may…

yatra →

pts

…that“ SN.ii.255 (ñāṇabhūtā vata sāvakā y. h. n. savako ñassati etc.); Ja.i.59 (dhir-atthu vata bho jātiyā y. h. n. jātassa jarā…

yebhuyya →

pts

…kāci attha-siddhi Pv-a.63.

ye = yad in Māgadhī form; thus yad bhūya = yad bhiyya “what is more or most(ly)”

yebhuyyasikā →

pts

lit. “according to the majority,” i.e. a vote of majority of the Chapter; name of one of the adhikaraṇa-samathas, or means of settling a dispute
■ Vin.ii.84 (anujānāmi bh. adhikaraṇaṃ yebhuyyasik …

yevāpana →

pts

Yevāpana(ka)

adjective corresponding reciprocal, respective, in corresponding proportion, as far as concerned; lit. “whatever else.” The expression is peculiar to exegetical (logical) literature on t …

yevāpanaka →

pts

Yevāpana(ka)

adjective corresponding reciprocal, respective, in corresponding proportion, as far as concerned; lit. “whatever else.” The expression is peculiar to exegetical (logical) literature on t …

yiṭṭha →

pts

med. having sacrificed DN.i.138 (mahā-yaññaṃ y. rājā)
pass.: sacrificed, (nt.) sacrifice DN.i.55 (dinna, y huta); explained at DN-a.i.165 by “mahāyāga” Vb.328 (id.); Ja.i …

yugala →

pts

…Ja.i.12 (yugaḷa-yugaḷa-bhūtā in pairs), Ja.i.500 (bāhu˚); Ja.vi.270 (thana˚ the 2 breasts); Vism.219; Vb-a.51 (yugaḷato jointly, in…

yugaḷa →

pts

…Ja.i.12 (yugaḷa-yugaḷa-bhūtā in pairs), Ja.i.500 (bāhu˚); Ja.vi.270 (thana˚ the 2 breasts); Vism.219; Vb-a.51 (yugaḷato jointly, in…

yāna →

pts

…read for paṭṭoli).

  • -bhūmi carriage-ground, i.e. the road as far as accessible to a carriage DN.i.89; Snp.418. *…

yāthāva →

pts

…(i.e. definite) and yathābhūtaṃ. See also yathāva and…

yāti →

pts

…Snp.418 (ger.: yānabhūmiṃ yāyitvā yānā oruyha); Ja.vi.125. As “march” at Ja.vi.449. In special meaning “to drive,” i.e….

yāva →

pts

adverb

  1. (as prep.) up to (a point), as far as, how far so far that (cp. tāva I), both temporal and local, used either with absolute form of noun or adj. (base), or nom., or abl. or *acc …

yāvataka →

pts

…gantvā AN.i.112 y. nāgassa bhūmi as far as there was ground for the elephant DN.i.50; similarly: y. yānassa bh. as far as the carriage-road…

ñāta →

pts

…expl. by tulita tirita vibhūta vibhāvita which series is also used as expln. of diṭṭha & vidita AN.v.195; Ja.i.266; Snp.343 (+…

ñāṇa →

pts

…friend of k. Snp.911;

  • -bhūta in comb“ w. cakkhubhūta, having become seeing knowing, i.e. being wise SN.ii.255; SN.iv.94;…

ā →

pts

Ā1

indeclinable a frequent prefix, used as well-defined simple base-prefix (with rootderivations), but not as modification (i.e. first part of a double prefix cpd. like sam-ā-dhi) exce …

ābhoga →

pts

ideation idea, thought DN.i.37 (= manasikāro samannāhāro DN-a.i.122; cp. semantically āhāra = ābhoga, food); Vb.320; Mil.97; Vism.164, Vism.325, Vism.354; Dāvs 62; Kp-a.42 (˚paccavekkhana), Kp-a.43 …

ābhujana →

pts

crouching, bending, turning in, in phrase pallank’ābhujana sitting cross-legged Ja.i.17 (verse 91); Pv-a.219.

fr. ābhujati

ābhujati →

pts

to bend, bend towards or in, contract; usually in phrase pallaṅkaṃ ā˚; “to bend in the round lap” or “bend in hookwise”, to sit crosslegged (as a devotee with straightened back), e.g. at Vin.i.24; D …

ābhujī →

pts

…the one that bends, prob. a poetic…

ābhuñjana →

pts

partaking of, enjoying, experiencing Dhs-a.333.

fr. ābhuñjati

ābhūñjati →

pts

to enjoy, partake of, take in, feel, experience Ja.iv.456 (bhoge; Rh. D. “hold in its hood”?); Dhs-a.333.

ā + bhuj2, Sk. bhunakti

ācela →

pts

in kañcanācela-bhūsita “adorned with golden clothes” Pv.ii.12#7 stands for cela˚.

āloka →

pts

…of foresight AN.iii.432

  • -bhūta light Ja.vi.459
  • -saññā consciousness or faculty of sight or perception DN.iii.223 AN.ii.45 AN.iii.93 *…

āpa →

pts

…4 great elements (cp. mahābhūta), viz. paṭhavī, āpo, tejo vāyo: see Cpd. 268 & Dhs trsl. 201, also below ˚dhātu. DN.ii.259;…

āpo →

pts

…4 great elements (cp. mahābhūta), viz. paṭhavī, āpo, tejo vāyo: see Cpd. 268 & Dhs trsl. 201, also below ˚dhātu. DN.ii.259;…

āpāna →

pts

…banquet; banqueting-hall, drinking-hall Ja.i.52 (˚maṇḍala); Ja.v.292 (˚bhūmi); Vism.399 (id.); Dhp-a.i.213 (id., rañño).

fr. ā +

āracayāracayā →

pts

…yathā manussā allacammaṃ bhūmiyaṃ pattharitvā khīlehi ākoṭenti, evaṃ ākoṭetvā pharasūhi phāḷetvā ekam ekaṃ koṭiṃ…

ārā →

pts

…dūragata); Ja.ii.449 (jhānabhūmiyā; = dūre ṭhita C.), Ja.v.78 (saṃyame; = dūrato C.). See also ārakā.

*…

āsā →

pts

…(+ āsiṃsanā etc.), Dhs.1136; Pv-a.22 (chinn˚ disappointed), Pv-a.29 (˚âbhibhūta), Pv-a.105; Dāvs v.13; Sdhp.78 Sdhp.111, Sdhp.498,…

āvi →

pts

…foll. compounds (with kar & bhū) -kamma making clear, evidence, explanation Vin.ii.88 Vin.iii.24; Pp.19, Pp.23; -karoti to make clear,…

āyāga →

pts

…(m.) recipient of a sacrifice or gift (deyyadhamma) Snp.486 (= deyyadhammānaṃ adhiṭṭhāna-bhūta Snp-a.412); Thag.566; Ja.vi.205 (˚vatthu…

ṭhāna →

pts

…Pv-a.100
■ vibhūsanaṭṭhāna ornamentation, decoration, things for adornment DN.i.5; Snp.59 (DN-a.i.77 superficially:…