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dāna, 852 találat.

dāna →

bodhirasa

alms, gift, giving, offering, charity

SN 2.23 serīsuttaṃ

tassa mayhaṃ, bhante, catūsu dvāresu dānaṃ dīyittha samaṇa-brāhmaṇa-kapaṇaddhika-vanibbakayācakānaṃ

AN 9.20 velāmasuttaṃ

ekam'antaṃ nisinnaṃ kho anāthapiṇḍikaṃ gahapatiṃ bhagavā etad'avoca, api nu te, gahapati, kule dānaṃ dīyatī'ti? dīyati me, bhante, kule dānaṃ. tañ'ca kho lūkhaṃ kaṇājakaṃ biḷaṅgadutiyan'ti.

dāna →

farkas

adás, adakozás

dāna →

ncped

gift; giving; liberality; alms; applying.

dāna →

pts

…under compounds: atidāna excessive almsgiving Pv.ii.9#45 (cp. Pv-a.129) Mil.277

  • -agga Sanskrit dānāgara, cp….

abhinandana →

bodhirasa

taking delight (in), getting pleasure (from) thoroughly enjoying, relishing

MN 43 mahāvedallasuttaṃ

kathaṃ pan'āvuso, āyatiṃ punabbhav'ābhinibbatti hotī'ti? avijjānīvaraṇānaṃ kho, āvuso, sattānaṃ taṇhāsaṃyojanānaṃ tatratatra-abhinandanā, evaṃ āyatiṃ punabbhav'ābhinibbatti hotī'ti.

abhinimmadana →

bodhirasa

stamping out, straightening out, smoothing out, correcting, lit. completely crushing down

AN 8.13 assājānīyasuttaṃ

yāni kho pan'assa honti sāṭheyyāni kūṭeyyāni jimheyyāni vaṅkeyyāni, tāni yathābhūtaṃ sārathissa āvikattā hoti. tesam'assa sārathi abhinimmadanāya vāyamati.

abhivādanā →

bodhirasa

bowing down (to), paying respect (to), honouring

DHP 108 sahassavaggo

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

DHP 109 sahassavaggo

abhivādana-sīlissa, niccaṃ vuḍḍh'āpacāyino, cattāro dhammā vaḍḍhanti, āyu vaṇṇo sukhaṃ balaṃ.

acchādana →

bodhirasa

clothing

SN 47.8 sūdasuttaṃ

sa kho so, bhikkhave, bālo abyatto akusalo sūdo na c'eva lābhī hoti acchādanassa, na lābhī vetanassa, na lābhī abhihārānaṃ. taṃ kissa hetu?

adinnādāna →

bodhirasa

theft, stealing, lit. taking what is not given

AN 3.80 gandhajātasuttaṃ

pāṇātipātā paṭivirato hoti, adinnādānā paṭivirato hoti, kāmesumicchācārā paṭivirato hoti, musāvādā paṭivirato hoti, surāmerayamajjapamādaṭṭhānā paṭivirato hoti

VIN 1.1.2 dutiya pārājikaṃ

yo pana bhikkhu gāmā vā araññā vā adinnaṃ theyyasaṅkhātaṃ ādiyeyya, yathārūpe adinnādāne rājāno coraṃ gahetvā haneyyuṃ vā bandheyyuṃ vā pabbājeyyuṃ vā

anādāna →

bodhirasa

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

DHP 352 taṇhāvaggo

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

SNP 65 kappa māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 10

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

apasādana →

bodhirasa

disparagement, belittling, putting down

MN 139 araṇavibhaṅgasuttaṃ

ussādanañ'ca jaññā, apasādanañ'ca jaññā, ussādanañ'ca ñatvā apasādanañ'ca ñatvā nev'ussādeyya, na apasādeyya, dhammam'eva deseyya.

attavādupādāna →

bodhirasa

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

SN 12.2 vibhaṅgasuttaṃ

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

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

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

avisaṃvādanā →

bodhirasa

not breaking one’s word, keeping promises, keeping agreements

AN 10.73 iṭṭhadhammasuttaṃ

kalyāṇamittatā sīlānaṃ āhāro, indriyasaṃvaro brahmacariyassa āhāro, avisaṃvādanā mittānaṃ āhāro

bhaṇḍana →

bodhirasa

blame, accusation, conflict, strife

VIN 5.4.7 tiṇavatthārakaṃ

tena kho pana samayena bhikkhūnaṃ bhaṇḍana-jātānaṃ kalahajātānaṃ vivād'āpannānaṃ viharataṃ bahuṃ assāmaṇakaṃ ajjhāciṇṇaṃ hoti bhāsitaparikkantaṃ.

MN 128 upakkilesasuttaṃ

alaṃ bhikkhave mā bhaṇḍanaṃ mā kalahaṃ mā viggahaṃ mā vivādan'ti

bhaṇḍanajāta →

bodhirasa

conflicting, quarrelling, disputing, lit. arisen conflict

VIN 5.4.7 tiṇavatthārakaṃ

tena kho pana samayena bhikkhūnaṃ bhaṇḍanajātānaṃ kalahajātānaṃ vivād'āpannānaṃ viharataṃ bahuṃ assāmaṇakaṃ ajjhāciṇṇaṃ hoti bhāsitaparikkantaṃ.

bhedana →

bodhirasa

(of body) injury, fracture, breakage

DHP 138 daṇḍavaggo

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

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

bhedana →

bodhirasa

releasing, causing to flow freely

DHP 324 nāgavaggo

dhanapālo nāma kuñjaro, kaṭuka-bhedano dunnivārayo, baddho kabaḷaṃ na bhuñjati, sumarati nāgavanassa kuñjaro.

bhedanadhamma →

bodhirasa

perishable nature, nature of being breakable

THI 71 vacchapāla theragāthā

kiṃ te idha sārasammataṃ, kuṇapapūramhi susānavaḍḍhane, bhedanadhamme kaḷevare, yaṃ disvā vimano udikkhasi.

bhārādāna →

bodhirasa

picking up the burden, taking up the weight

SN 22.22 bhārasuttaṃ

bhārañ'ca vo, bhikkhave, desessāmi bhārahārañ'ca bhārādānañ'ca bhāra-nikkhepanañ'ca. taṃ suṇātha. katamo ca, bhikkhave, bhāro?

candana →

bodhirasa

sandalwood

DHP 54 pupphavaggo

na pupphagandho paṭivātam'eti, na candanaṃ tagaramallikā, satañ'ca gandho paṭivātam'eti, sabbā disā sappuriso pavāyati.

DN 16.27 mahāparinibbānasuttaṃ

dibbāni'pi candana-cuṇṇāni antalikkhā papatanti, tāni tathāgatassa sarīraṃ okiranti ajjhokiranti abhippakiranti tathāgatassa pūjāya.

chedana →

bodhirasa

cutting, stabbing

DN 30.21 lakkhaṇasuttaṃ

tulākūṭa kaṃsakūṭa mānakūṭa ukkoṭana vañcana nikati sāciyoga chedana vadha bandhana viparāmosa ālopa sāhasākārā paṭivirato ahosi.

daṇḍādāna →

bodhirasa

taking up sticks

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

es'ev'anto rāgānusayānaṃ, es'ev'anto paṭighānusayānaṃ, es'ev'anto diṭṭhānusayānaṃ, es'ev'anto vicikicchānusayānaṃ, es'ev'anto mānānusayānaṃ, es'ev'anto bhavarāgānusayānaṃ, es'ev'anto avijjānusayānaṃ, es'ev'anto daṇḍādāna-satthādāna-kalaha-viggaha-vivāda-tuvaṃtuvaṃ-pesuñña-musāvādānaṃ

dhammadāna →

bodhirasa

gift of Dhamma

DHP 354 taṇhāvaggo

sabbadānaṃ dhammadānaṃ jināti, sabbarasaṃ dhammaraso jināti, sabbaratiṃ dhammarati jināti, taṇhakkhayo sabbadukkhaṃ jināti.

diṭṭhupādāna →

bodhirasa

grasping views, clinging to beliefs

SN 12.2 vibhaṅgasuttaṃ

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

dānapati →

bodhirasa

generous donor, lit. charity master

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.

dānasaṃvibhāgarata →

bodhirasa

who delights in sharing gifts, who enjoys distributing charity

AN 7.6 vitthatadhanasuttaṃ

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

icchānidāna →

bodhirasa

based on want, springing from desire

SNP 40 guhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 2

icchānidānā bhavasātabaddhā, te duppamuñcā na hi aññamokkhā, pacchā pure vā'pi apekkhamānā, ime'va kāme purime'va jappaṃ.

idānāhaṃ →

bodhirasa

right now I

SN 22.1 nakulapitusuttaṃ

kathañ'hi no siyā, bhante! idān'āhaṃ, bhante, bhagavatā dhammiyā kathāya amatena abhisitto'ti.

itonidāna →

bodhirasa

originating from this, caused by this, lit. from this source

SNP 49 kalahavivādasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 11

chandānidānāni piyāni loke, ye cā'pi lobhā vicaranti loke, āsā ca niṭṭhā ca itonidānā, ye samparāyāya narassa honti.

jīvitapariyādāna →

bodhirasa

exhaustion of life, using up lifespan

DN 1.21 brahmajālasuttaṃ

yāvassa kāyo ṭhassati tāva naṃ dakkhanti devamanussā kāyassa bhedā uddhaṃ jīvitapariyādānā na naṃ dakkhanti devamanussā'ti

kaṭukabhedana →

bodhirasa

(of an elephant in rut) releasing pungent excretion, lit. causing pungent fluid to flow

DHP 324 nāgavaggo

dhanapālo nāma kuñjaro, kaṭukabhedano dunnivārayo, baddho kabaḷaṃ na bhuñjati, sumarati nāgavanassa kuñjaro.

khādana →

bodhirasa

food, eating

SN 7.14 mahāsālasuttaṃ

asso'va jiṇṇo nibbhogo, khādanā apanīyati, bālakānaṃ pitā thero, parāgāresu bhikkhati.

kumudanāḷa →

bodhirasa

stalk of a white water lilly, lotus stalk

SN 4.25 māradhītusuttaṃ

bālā kumudanāḷehi, pabbataṃ abhimatthatha, giriṃ nakhena khanatha, ayo dantehi khādatha.

kāladāna →

bodhirasa

suitable time for giving a gift, lit. giving time

AN 5.36 kāladānasuttaṃ

pañc'imāni, bhikkhave, kāladānāni. katamāni pañca?

kālappavedana →

bodhirasa

announcement of the time

DHPa 25 cūḷapanthakatthera vatthu

sahassakkhattum'attānaṃ, nimminitvāna panthako, nisīd'ambavane ramme, yāva kālappavedanā'ti.

kāmupādāna →

bodhirasa

grasping sensual pleasures, clinging to objects of sensual delight

SN 12.2 vibhaṅgasuttaṃ

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

kāyassa bhedā uddhaṃ jīvitapariyādānā →

bodhirasa

after the breakup of the body, after the end of one’s lifespan

DN 1.21 brahmajālasuttaṃ

yāvassa kāyo ṭhassati tāva naṃ dakkhanti devamanussā kāyassa bhedā uddhaṃ jīvitapariyādānā na naṃ dakkhanti devamanussā'ti

lohitacandana →

bodhirasa

saffron, red sandalwood

AN 10.15 appamādasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, ye keci sāragandhā, lohitacandanaṃ tesaṃ aggamakkhāyati, evam'evaṃ kho bhikkhave, ye keci kusalā dhammā, sabbe te appamādamūlakā appamādasamosaraṇā, appamādo tesaṃ aggamakkhāyati.

mahādāna →

bodhirasa

great offering, great gift

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

gandhodakena nhāyitvā cattāri satasahassāni vissajjetvā mahādānaṃ datvā sabbālaṅkāravibhūsitā varabhojanaṃ bhuñjitvā uposathaṅgāni adhiṭṭhāya

maṇḍana →

bodhirasa

adornment, embellishment

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

maṇḍanakajātika →

bodhirasa

type who is fond of adornment, kind who likes dressing up

AN 10.51 sacittasuttaṃ

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

micchādiṭṭhisamādāna →

bodhirasa

believing in wrong views, accepting wrong theories

DHP 316 nirayavaggo

alajjitāye lajjanti, lajjitāye na lajjare, micchādiṭṭhisamādānā, sattā gacchanti duggatiṃ.

DHP 317 nirayavaggo

abhaye bhayadassino, bhaye c'ābhayadassino, micchādiṭṭhisamādānā, sattā gacchanti duggatiṃ.

niddākilamathapaṭivinodana →

bodhirasa

getting rid of sleep and fatigue, removing sleepiness and tiredness

AN 4.45 rohitassasuttaṃ

so kho ahaṃ, bhante, aññatr'eva asitapītakhāyitasāyitā aññatra uccārapassāvakammā aññatra niddākilamathapaṭivinodanā vassasat'āyuko vassasatajīvī vassasataṃ gantvā appatvā'va lokassa antaṃ antarā'y'eva kālaṅkato.

niddāna →

bodhirasa

reaping, weeding

SNP 4 kasibhāradvājasuttaṃ uragavaggo 4

kāyagutto vacīgutto, āhāre udare yato, saccaṃ karomi niddānaṃ, soraccaṃ me pamocanaṃ.

nidāna →

bodhirasa

source, origin, foundation, reason, lit. tied down

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

yaṃ papañceti tato-nidānaṃ purisaṃ papañcasaññāsaṅkhā samudācaranti atītānāgata-paccuppannesu cakkhuviññeyyesu rūpesu

nidāna →

bodhirasa

originating from, caused by, founded on

SNP 59 mettagū māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 4

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

SNP 40 guhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 2

icchā-nidānā bhavasātabaddhā, te duppamuñcā na hi aññamokkhā, pacchā pure vā'pi apekkhamānā, ime'va kāme purime'va jappaṃ.

nidāna →

bodhirasa

happened at, took place at, lit. tied down

SN 22.33 natumhākaṃsuttaṃ

sāvatthi-nidānaṃ. yaṃ, bhikkhave, na tumhākaṃ, taṃ pajahatha

nisīdana →

bodhirasa

sitting cloth, sitting mat

VIN 2.5.9.7 nisīdana sikkhāpadaṃ

kissa tvaṃ, udāyi, nisīdanaṃ samantato samañchasi, seyyathā'pi purāṇāsikoṭṭho'ti?

odana →

bodhirasa

food, rice, lit. wet stuff, boiled in water

SN 3.13 doṇapākasuttaṃ

atha kho rājā pasenadi kosalo anupubbena nāḷika-odana-paramatāya saṇṭhāsi

SNP 2 dhaniyasuttaṃ uragavaggo 2

pakk'odano duddhakhīro'ham'asmi, anutīre mahiyā samānavāso, channā kuṭi āhito gini, atha ce patthayasī pavassa deva.

odanakummāsa →

bodhirasa

foodstuff, lit. rice and sour gruel

DN 2.24 sāmaññaphalasuttaṃ

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

pabhedana →

bodhirasa

smashing, shattering, demolishing, breaking up

SNP 68 udaya māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 13

jhāyiṃ virajam'āsīnaṃ, katakiccaṃ anāsavaṃ, pāraguṃ sabbadhammānaṃ, atthi pañhena āgamaṃ, aññāvimokkhaṃ pabrūhi, avijjāya pabhedanaṃ.

pamodanā →

bodhirasa

delight, gladness, joy

ITI 76 sukhapatthanāsuttaṃ

sīlaṃ rakkheyya medhāvī, patthayāno tayo sukhe, pasaṃsaṃ vittalābhañ'ca, pecca sagge pamodanaṃ.

panūdana →

bodhirasa

dispelling, driving out, forcing out, eviction

SNP 68 udaya māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 13

pahānaṃ kāmacchandānaṃ, domanassāna c'ūbhayaṃ, thinassa ca panūdanaṃ, kukkuccānaṃ nivāraṇaṃ.

parikkhayaṃ pariyādānaṃ gacchati →

bodhirasa

dwindles and disappears completely, gets used up and finished

SN 12.63 puttamaṃsūpamasuttaṃ

atha kho tesaṃ, bhikkhave, dvinnaṃ jāyampatikānaṃ kantāragatānaṃ yā parittā sambalamattā, sā parikkhayaṃ pariyādānaṃ gaccheyya

SN 15.1 tiṇakaṭṭhasuttaṃ

ayaṃ me mātā, tassā me mātu ayaṃ mātā’ti, apariyādinnā'va bhikkhave, tassa purisassa mātumātaro assu, atha imasmiṃ jambudīpe tiṇakaṭṭhasākhāpalāsaṃ parikkhayaṃ pariyādānaṃ gaccheyya.

parimaddana →

bodhirasa

rubbing, erosion

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

pariyādāna →

bodhirasa

using up, exhaustion, consumption, depletion

DN 1.21 brahmajālasuttaṃ

yāvassa kāyo ṭhassati tāva naṃ dakkhanti devamanussā kāyassa bhedā uddhaṃ jīvita-pariyādānā na naṃ dakkhanti devamanussā'ti

AN 8.13 assājānīyasuttaṃ

thāmavā hoti yāva jīvitamaraṇa-pariyādānā thāmaṃ upadaṃsetā.

pasādana →

bodhirasa

inspiration, pleasure, what pleases one, what makes one happy

DHP 249 malavaggo

dadāti ve yathāsaddhaṃ, yathā-pasādanaṃ jano, tattha yo maṅku bhavati, paresaṃ pānabhojane, na so divā vā rattiṃ vā, samādhim'adhigacchati.

patthodana →

bodhirasa

measure of rice

APA 421 patthodanadāyaka therāpadānaṃ

vanacārī pure āsiṃ, satataṃ vanakammiko, patth'odanaṃ gahetvāna, kammantaṃ agamās'ahaṃ.

pavedana →

bodhirasa

announcement, proclamation, lit. making known

DHPa 25 cūḷapanthakatthera vatthu

sahassakkhattum'attānaṃ, nimminitvāna panthako, nisīd'ambavane ramme, yāva kāla-ppavedanā'ti.

paṭicchādana →

bodhirasa

covering, concealing

MN 2 sabbāsavasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, bhikkhu paṭisaṅkhā yoniso cīvaraṃ paṭisevati, yāva'd'eva sītassa paṭighātāya, uṇhassa paṭighātāya, ḍaṃsa-makasa-vātātapa-sarīṃsapa-samphassānaṃ paṭighātāya, yāva'd'eva hiri-kopīna-ppaṭicchādana-atthaṃ

paṭivinodana →

bodhirasa

removing, dispelling, getting rid of

AN 4.45 rohitassasuttaṃ

so kho ahaṃ, bhante, aññatr'eva asitapītakhāyitasāyitā aññatra uccārapassāvakammā aññatra niddā-kilamatha-paṭivinodanā vassasat'āyuko vassasatajīvī vassasataṃ gantvā appatvā'va lokassa antaṃ antarā'y'eva kālaṅkato.

phandana →

bodhirasa

trembling, quivering, shivering

DHP 33 cittavaggo

phandanaṃ capalaṃ cittaṃ, dūrakkhaṃ dunnivārayaṃ, ujuṃ karoti medhāvī, usukāro'va tejanaṃ.

phandana →

bodhirasa

kind of tree, lit. trembling

AN 3.70 akusalamūlasuttaṃ

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

piṭakasampadāna →

bodhirasa

authority of scripture, handed down baskets of scriptures

AN 3.66 kesamuttisuttaṃ

etha tumhe, kālāmā, mā anussavena, mā paramparāya, mā itikirāya, mā piṭakasampadānena, mā takkahetu, mā nayahetu, mā ākāraparivitakkena, mā diṭṭhinijjhānakkhantiyā, mā bhabbarūpatāya, mā samaṇo no garū'ti.

pādanakhasikha →

bodhirasa

point of a toenail

VIN 0 verañjakaṇḍaṃ

yo nu kho tesaṃ kukkuṭacchāpakānaṃ paṭhamataraṃ pādanakhasikhāya vā mukhatuṇḍakena vā aṇḍakosaṃ padāletvā sotthinā abhinibbhijjeyya

sammādiṭṭhikammasamādāna →

bodhirasa

undertaking actions based on correct beliefs

VIN 0 verañjakaṇḍaṃ

ime vā pana bhonto sattā kāyasucaritena samannāgatā vacīsucaritena samannāgatā manosucaritena samannāgatā ariyānaṃ anupavādakā sammādiṭṭhikā sammādiṭṭhikamma-samādānā

sampadāna →

bodhirasa

handing down, passing on (scriptures)

AN 3.66 kesamuttisuttaṃ

etha tumhe, kālāmā, mā anussavena, mā paramparāya, mā itikirāya, mā piṭaka-sampadānena, mā takkahetu, mā nayahetu, mā ākāraparivitakkena, mā diṭṭhinijjhānakkhantiyā, mā bhabbarūpatāya, mā samaṇo no garū'ti.

sampasādana →

bodhirasa

calmness, tranquillity, serenity

SN 21.1 kolitasuttaṃ

tassa mayhaṃ āvuso, etad'ahosi, idha bhikkhu vitakkavicārānaṃ vūpasamā ajjhattaṃ sampasādanaṃ cetaso ekodibhāvaṃ avitakkaṃ avicāraṃ samādhijaṃ pītisukhaṃ dutiyaṃ jhānaṃ upasampajja viharati.

AN 8.30 anuruddha mahāvitakkasuttaṃ

vitakkavicārānaṃ vūpasamā ajjhattaṃ sampasādanaṃ cetaso ekodibhāvaṃ avitakkaṃ avicāraṃ samādhijaṃ pītisukhaṃ dutiyaṃ jhānaṃ upasampajja viharissasi

samādāna →

bodhirasa

undertaking, take upon oneself

DHP 316 nirayavaggo

alajjitāye lajjanti, lajjitāye na lajjare, micchādiṭṭhi-samādānā, sattā gacchanti duggatiṃ.

AN 4.49 vipallāsasuttaṃ

anattani anattā'ti, asubhaṃ asubhat'addasuṃ, sammādiṭṭhi-samādānā, sabbaṃ dukkhaṃ upaccagun'ti.

sapadānaṃ →

bodhirasa

(alms begging) house by house, uninterruptedly

SNP 7 vasalasuttaṃ uragavaggo 7

atha kho bhagavā sāvatthiyaṃ sapadānaṃ piṇḍāya caramāno yena aggikabhāradvājassa brāhmaṇassa nivesanaṃ ten'upasaṅkami.

satthādāna →

bodhirasa

taking up weapons

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

es'ev'anto rāgānusayānaṃ, es'ev'anto paṭighānusayānaṃ, es'ev'anto diṭṭhānusayānaṃ, es'ev'anto vicikicchānusayānaṃ, es'ev'anto mānānusayānaṃ, es'ev'anto bhavarāgānusayānaṃ, es'ev'anto avijjānusayānaṃ, es'ev'anto daṇḍādāna-satthādāna-kalaha-viggaha-vivāda-tuvaṃtuvaṃ-pesuñña-musāvādānaṃ

sikkhāsamādāna →

bodhirasa

undertaking the training precepts

AN 3.83 gadrabhasuttaṃ

tassa na tādiso chando hoti adhisīla-sikkhāsamādāne seyyathā'pi aññesaṃ bhikkhūnaṃ, na tādiso chando hoti adhicitta-sikkhāsamādāne seyyathā'pi aññesaṃ bhikkhūnaṃ

sīlabbatupādāna →

bodhirasa

grasping precepts and practices, clinging to ethics and observances, addiction to rites and rituals

SN 12.2 vibhaṅgasuttaṃ

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

tatonidānaṃ →

bodhirasa

because of that, on that account, lit. from that foundation

SN 35.247 chappāṇakasuttaṃ

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

DN 2.19 sāmaññaphalasuttaṃ

so tatonidānaṃ labhetha pāmojjaṃ, adhigaccheyya somanassaṃ.

tatratatrābhinandana →

bodhirasa

thoroughly enjoying this and that, taking delight in this and that, relishing this and that

MN 43 mahāvedallasuttaṃ

kathaṃ pan'āvuso, āyatiṃ punabbhav'ābhinibbatti hotī'ti? avijjānīvaraṇānaṃ kho, āvuso, sattānaṃ taṇhāsaṃyojanānaṃ tatratatr'ābhinandanā, evaṃ āyatiṃ punabbhav'ābhinibbatti hotī'ti.

ucchādana →

bodhirasa

massaging, rubbing, lit. covering (with oils and perfumes)

AN 4.63 brahmasuttaṃ

tasmā hi ne namasseyya, sakkareyya ca paṇḍito, annena atha pānena, vatthena sayanena ca, ucchādanena nhāpanena, pādānaṃ dhovanena ca.

ucchādana →

bodhirasa

chafing, rubbing away, abrasion, erosion

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

udāna →

bodhirasa

inspired saying, lit. breath up, sigh

UD 73 tatiya nibbāna paṭisaṃyuttasuttaṃ

tāyaṃ velāyaṃ imaṃ udānaṃ udānesi

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

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

upādāna →

bodhirasa

fuel (for fire)

SN 3.1 daharasuttaṃ

laddhā hi so upādānaṃ, mahā hutvāna pāvako, so āsajja ḍahe bālaṃ, naraṃ nāriñca ekadā.

upādāna →

bodhirasa

acquisition, grasping, clinging

MN 38 mahātaṇhāsaṅkhayasuttaṃ

taṇhāpaccayā upādānaṃ, upādāna-paccayā bhavo, bhavapaccayā jāti, jātipaccayā jarāmaraṇaṃ soka-parideva-dukkha-domanass'upāyāsā sambhavanti

SN 22.121 upādāniyasuttaṃ

upādāniye ca, bhikkhave, dhamme desessāmi upādānañ'ca. taṃ suṇātha. katame ca, bhikkhave, upādāniyā dhammā, katamaṃ upādānaṃ?

upādānakkhandha →

bodhirasa

piles of fuel (for the fire), heap of acquisition, physical and mental conglomerations that are clung to, piles of matter and mind that are held onto as a self

DN 22.15 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

jāt'ipi dukkhā, jarā'pi dukkhā, maraṇam'pi dukkhaṃ, soka-parideva-dukkha-domanass'upāyāsā'pi dukkhā, appiyehi sampayogo'pi dukkho, piyehi vippayogo'pi dukkho, yam'p'icchaṃ na labhati tam'pi dukkhaṃ, saṅkhittena pañc'upādānakkhandhā dukkhā.

AN 8.2 paññāsuttaṃ

pañcasu kho pana upādānakkhandhesu udayabbay'ānupassī viharati, iti rūpaṃ, iti rūpassa samudayo, iti rūpassa atthaṅ'gamo. iti vedanā, iti vedanāya samudayo, iti vedanāya atthaṅ'gamo.

upādānapaccaya →

bodhirasa

precondition of grasping, clinging as condition

SN 12.2 vibhaṅgasuttaṃ

vedanāpaccayā taṇhā, taṇhāpaccayā upādānaṃ, upādānapaccayā bhavo, bhavapaccayā jāti, jātipaccayā jarāmaraṇaṃ soka-parideva-dukkha-domanass'upāyāsā sambhavanti.

ussādana →

bodhirasa

praise, elevation, raising up, bigging up, flattery

MN 139 araṇavibhaṅgasuttaṃ

ussādanañ'ca jaññā, apasādanañ'ca jaññā, ussādanañ'ca ñatvā apasādanañ'ca ñatvā nev'ussādeyya, na apasādeyya, dhammam'eva deseyya.

vadana →

bodhirasa

speech, face

API 17 mahāpajāpatigotamī therīapadānaṃ

nadato parisāyaṃ te, vādī-dappā-pahārino, ye te dakkhanti vadanaṃ, dhaññā te narapuṅgava.

vadāna →

bodhirasa

speaking, saying, asserting, professing

SNP 49 kalahavivādasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 11

ettāvat'aggam'pi vadanti h'eke, yakkhassa suddhiṃ idha paṇḍitāse, tesaṃ pan'eke samayaṃ vadanti, anupādisese kusalā vadānā.

SNP 42 suddhaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 4

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

vandana →

bodhirasa

adoration, respect, reverence, worship

THI 68 ekudāniya theragāthā

vandanaṃ dāni vajjāsi, lokanāthaṃ anuttaraṃ, padakkhiṇañ'ca katvāna, ādiseyyāsi dakkhiṇaṃ.

vedanatta →

bodhirasa

(state of) being felt

SN 22.79 khajjanīyasuttaṃ

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

vedanā →

bodhirasa

felt experience, feeling, sensation

SN 22.57 sattaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

cha'y'ime, bhikkhave, vedanā-kāyā, cakkhusamphassajā vedanā, sotasamphassajā vedanā, ghānasamphassajā vedanā, kāyasamphassajā vedanā, manosamphassajā vedanā.

SNP 68 udaya māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 13

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

vedanā →

bodhirasa

pain

DHP 138 daṇḍavaggo

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

MN 130 devadūtasuttaṃ

so tattha dukkhā tibbā kharā kaṭukā vedanā vedeti, na ca tāva kālaṅkaroti yāva na taṃ pāpakammaṃ byantīhoti.

vedanākāyā →

bodhirasa

classes of feeling, categories of felt experience

SN 22.57 sattaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

cha'y'ime, bhikkhave, vedanākāyā, cakkhusamphassajā vedanā, sotasamphassajā vedanā, ghānasamphassajā vedanā, kāyasamphassajā vedanā, manosamphassajā vedanā.

vedanānirodha →

bodhirasa

cessation of feeling, ending of feeling

SN 22.57 sattaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

phassasamudayā vedanāsamudayo, phassanirodhā vedanānirodho.

vedanānirodhagāminī paṭipadā →

bodhirasa

path of practice leading to the end of felt experience

SN 22.57 sattaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

ayam'eva ariyo aṭṭh'aṅgiko maggo vedanānirodhagāminī paṭipadā, seyyathidaṃ, sammādiṭṭhi sammāsaṅkappo sammāvācā sammākammanto sammāājīvo sammāvāyāmo sammāsati sammāsamādhi.

vedanānupassī →

bodhirasa

who witnesses feeling, observer of affective experience

MN 10.2 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

vedanāsu vedan'ānupassī viharati ātāpī sampajāno satimā, vineyya loke abhijjhādomanassaṃ

vedanāpaccaya →

bodhirasa

precondition of felt experience, sensation as condition

SN 12.2 vibhaṅgasuttaṃ

vedanāpaccayā taṇhā, taṇhāpaccayā upādānaṃ, upādānapaccayā bhavo, bhavapaccayā jāti, jātipaccayā jarāmaraṇaṃ soka-parideva-dukkha-domanass'upāyāsā sambhavanti.

vedanāsamosaraṇa →

bodhirasa

converge upon feeling, meet together in sensation

AN 10.58 mūlakasuttaṃ

chandamūlakā, āvuso, sabbe dhammā, manasikārasambhavā sabbe dhammā, phassasamudayā sabbe dhammā, vedanāsamosaraṇā sabbe dhammā

vedanāsamudaya →

bodhirasa

source of feeling, origin of feeling

SN 22.57 sattaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

phassasamudayā vedanāsamudayo, phassanirodhā vedanānirodho.

vedanāvantu →

bodhirasa

that which has feeling

SN 22.1 nakulapitusuttaṃ

vedanaṃ attato samanupassati, vedanāvantaṃ vā attānaṃ, attani vā vedanaṃ, vedanāya vā attānaṃ. ahaṃ vedanā, mama vedanā'ti pariyuṭṭhaṭṭhāyī hoti.

vedanāvipariṇāmaññathābhāva →

bodhirasa

change and alteration of feelings

SN 22.1 nakulapitusuttaṃ

tassa vedanāvipariṇām'aññathābhāvā uppajjanti soka-parideva-dukkha-domanass'upāyāsā.

vinodana →

bodhirasa

driving out, dispelling, removal

MN 2 sabbāsavasuttaṃ

paṭisaṅkhā yoniso senāsanaṃ paṭisevati, yāva'd'eva sītassa paṭighātāya, uṇhassa paṭighātāya, ḍaṃsa-makasa-vātātapa-sarīṃsapa-samphassānaṃ paṭighātāya, yāva'd'eva utu-parissaya-vinodana-paṭisallān'ārām'atthaṃ

SNP 63 hemaka māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 8

idha diṭṭhasutamutaviññātesu, piyarūpesu hemaka, chandarāga-vinodanaṃ, nibbānapadam'accutaṃ.

visaṃvādanā →

bodhirasa

breaking promises, not keeping one’s word, not keeping agreements

AN 10.73 iṭṭhadhammasuttaṃ

pāpamittatā sīlānaṃ paripantho, indriyāsaṃvaro brahmacariyassa paripantho, visaṃvādanā mittānaṃ paripantho

yathāpasādanaṃ →

bodhirasa

according to what inspires one, according to pleasure

DHP 249 malavaggo

dadāti ve yathāsaddhaṃ, yathāpasādanaṃ jano, tattha yo maṅku bhavati, paresaṃ pānabhojane, na so divā vā rattiṃ vā, samādhim'adhigacchati.

yatonidāna →

bodhirasa

because of what, based on what, on what account, lit. from what source

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

yatonidānaṃ, bhikkhu, purisaṃ papañcasaññāsaṅkhā samudācaranti

SNP 49 kalahavivādasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 11

sātaṃ asātañ'ca kutonidānā, kismiṃ asante na bhavanti h'ete, vibhavaṃ bhavañ'cā'pi yam'etam'atthaṃ, etaṃ me pabrūhi yatonidānaṃ.

ādāna →

bodhirasa

taking, taking up, grasping, holding

DHP 89 paṇḍitavaggo

yesaṃ sambodhiyaṅgesu, sammā cittaṃ subhāvitaṃ, ādāna-paṭinissagge, anupādāya ye ratā, khīṇ'āsavā jutimanto, te loke parinibbutā.

SNP 67 bhadrāvudha māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 12

ādāna-taṇhaṃ vinayetha sabbaṃ, uddhaṃ adho tiriyañcā'pi majjhe, yaṃ yañ'hi lokasmim'upādiyanti, ten'eva māro anveti jantuṃ.

ādāna →

bodhirasa

eating (food)

SN 12.61 assutavāsuttaṃ

dissati bhikkhave imassa cātumahābhūtikassa kāyassa ācayo'pi apacayo'pi ādānam'pi nikkhepanam'pi

ādānasatta →

bodhirasa

stuck to grasping, entangled in grasping

SNP 67 bhadrāvudha māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 12

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

ādānataṇhā →

bodhirasa

craving to have, craving to get

SNP 67 bhadrāvudha māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 12

ādānataṇhaṃ vinayetha sabbaṃ, uddhaṃ adho tiriyañcā'pi majjhe, yaṃ yañ'hi lokasmim'upādiyanti, ten'eva māro anveti jantuṃ.

akaniṭṭhā →

dppn

…DN.iii.237

In the Mahāpadāna Sutta DN.ii.52f. the Buddha mentions that he visited their abode and conversed with beings who were born there…

anuruddha →

dppn

First cousin of the Buddha and one of his most eminent disciples. He was the son of the Sākyan Amitodana and brother of Mahānāma. When members of other Sākyan families had joined the Order of their di …

asita →

dppn

Asita1KaṇhāsiriKāladevala

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

asura →

dppn

…the Kālakañjakas and the Dānaveghasas. The Dānaveghasas carried bows in their hands. The Kālakañjakas were of fearsome shape, DN.ii.259 and…

cakkavatti →

dppn

…the Mahāsudassana, Mahāpadāna, Cakkavattisīhanāda, Bālapaṇḍita and Ambaṭṭha Suttas. SN.v.98

From the Mahāpadāna Sutta it would…

candana →

dppn

Candana1

A deva, vassal of the Four Regent Gods. DN.ii.258 He is mentioned as one of the chief Yakkhas to be invoked by followers of the Buddha in case of need. DN.iii.204 He once visited …

candanaṅgalika →

dppn

A lay-disciple of the Buddha in Sāvatthī. He was present when five rājās, including Pasenadi, visited the Buddha and asked him which was the highest sensual pleasure. When the Buddha had answered the …

codanāvatthu →

dppn

A valley (?) near Rājagaha, visited by the Buddha in the course of his wanderings. Here he laid down a rule, allowing monks to recite the pātimokkha under a learned monk if the leader of their own c …

cūḷapanthaka →

dppn

…Buddha heard of this and warned Cūḷapanthaka not to keep the nuns so late.

The Udāna Ud.v.10 contains a verse sung by the Buddha in praise of…

dabbamallaputta →

dppn

…evidently died young. The Udāna Ud.viii.9 contains an account of his death. One day, returning from his alms rounds in Rājagaha, he saw that he…

daṇḍakappaka →

dppn

…There he preached the Udāna Sutta in answer to a question by Ānanda, as to how the Buddha knew of the unregenerate wickedness of Devadatta….

dānaveghasā →

dppn

A class of Asuras, present at the Mahāsamaya. DN.ii.259

ekuddāniya →

dppn

EkuddāniyaEkuddāna

A monk whose verse in the Theragāthā says that one of higher mind will not sorrow. Thag.68

The verse attributed above to…

gotama →

dppn

Gotama1BuddhaSiddhatthaSakyamunīTathāgataAṅgīrasa

He was a Sākiyan, son of Suddhodana and of Mahā Māyā, Suddhodana’s chief consort, and he belonged to the Gotama-gotta. At age 29 he depar …

kammāsadhamma →

dppn

…among them being the Mahānidāna Sutta, DN.ii.55 SN.ii.92 the Mahāsatipaṭṭhāna Sutta, DN.ii.290 MN.i.55 and the Ānañjasappāya Sutta….

karerikuṭikā →

dppn

A building in the Jetavana where the Mahāpadāna Sutta was taught. DN.ii.1ff.

Jetavana3building

karerimaṇḍalamāḷa →

dppn

…out here and talking on various topics at the close of the day. One such topic is recorded in the Udāna, Ud.p.30f. for discussing which the…

kosambī →

dppn

…the forest is given in the Udāna Ud.iv.5 and in the Saṃyutta, SN.iii.94 but the reason given in these texts is that he found Kosambī…

kukkuṭārāma →

dppn

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

kuru →

dppn

…the Kurus include the Mahānidāna Sutta, the Mahāsatipaṭṭhāna Sutta, the Māgaṇḍiya Sutta, the Anañjasappāya Sutta, the Sammosa Sutta…

lakuṇṭaka →

dppn

…very small stature.

The Udāna Ud.vii.1 Ud.vii.2 makes reference to the admonitions of Sāriputta and to the Buddha’s joy when these had the…

lomasakaṅgiya →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse says that, thrusting aside grasses with his chest, he will seek seclusion. Thag.27

According to the Lomasakaṅgiya Bhaddekaratta Sutta, MN.iii.199f. Candana visited Lom …

mahāmoggallāna →

dppn

MahāmoggallānaMoggallānaKolita

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

mahānāma →

dppn

Mahānāma1

A Sākiyan rājā, son of Amitodana; he was elder brother of Anuruddha and cousin of the Buddha. When the Sākiyan families of Kapilavatthu sent their representatives to join the Ord …

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 …

nandana →

dppn

Nandana1

A devaputta who visited the Buddha at Sāvatthī and asked him questions regarding virtue, wisdom, etc. The Buddha answered them, and he went away satisfied. SN.i.62

Nandana

naḷerupucimanda →

dppn

NaḷerupucimandaNaḷerupucimandaNalerupucimaṇḍa

A grove near Verañja where the Buddha spent part of his time on his visit to Nerañjā. Vin.iii.1 AN.iv.172 AN.iv.197

26.88294,78.813713park

nigaṇṭha nāṭaputta →

dppn

Nigaṇṭha NāṭaputtaNigaṇṭha NāthaputtaNāthaputtaNāṭaputta

Founder or reformer of the Jains. One of six eminent teachers, contemporary with the Buddha; he is described as a outsider. SN.i.66

He was le …

nigrodhārāma →

dppn

Nigrodhārāma1

A grove near Kapilavatthu, where a residence was provided for the Buddha. Vin.i.82 There Mahāpajāpati Gotamī first asked permission for women to enter the Order. This was ref …

nāḷandā →

dppn

NāḷandāNālaNālakaNālikaUpatissagāma

Mentioned as a brahmin village in Māgadha, not far from Rājagaha. SN.iv.251 AN.v.120 AN.v.121 SN.v.161

Also mentioned as a town near Rājagaha. The Buddha is menti …

phalikasandāna →

dppn

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

piṇḍola →

dppn

…roarers.“. AN.i.23 The Udāna Ud.iv.6 contains the praise uttered by him of the Buddha, because of his perfected self mastery.

Piṇḍola was…

pāricchattaka →

dppn

A tree in Tāvatiṃsā, which grew in the Nandanavana. The devas eagerly watch each stage of development of leaf and flower, and each stage is marked by great rejoicings. AN.iv.117f.

pāvā →

dppn

…is made in the Udāna Ud.i.7 of the Buddha having stayed at the Ajakapālaka cetiya in Pāvā.

After the Buddha’s death, the Mallas…

rāhula →

dppn

RāhulaRāhulabhadda

Only son of Gotama Buddha. When the Buddha visited Kapilavatthu for the first time after his Enlightenment and accepted Suddhodana’s invitation, Rāhula’s mother sent the boy to the …

rājagaha →

dppn

A city, the capital of Māgadha.

The place was called Giribbaja (mountain stronghold) because it was surrounded by five hills—Paṇḍava, Gijjhakūṭa, Vebhāra, Isigili and Vepulla. It is said MN.iii.68 th …

sucitti →

dppn

An Asura, one of the Dānaveghasas, present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.259

suddhodana →

dppn

A Sākiyan Rājā of Kapilavatthu and father of Gotama Buddha.

Māyā was his chief consort, and, after her death her sister Pajāpatī was raised to her position.

Nanda was Suddhodana’s son by Mahā Pajāp …

sākya →

dppn

A tribe in North India, to which the Buddha belonged. Their capital was Kapilavatthu. Mention is also made of other Sākyan settlements - e.g., Cātumā, Khomadussa, Sāmagāma, Devadaha, Sīlavatī, Nagara …

sāmāvatī →

dppn

…of King Udena. In the Udāna it is said that she was the head of 500 women of the harem of the King who perished in afire, all of whom had…

udāna →

dppn

One of the nine sections of the teachings (aṅga).

upasena →

dppn

…monks Thag.577–586 The Udāna states Ud.p.45f. that once when he was taking his siesta he reviewed the happiness he enjoyed and the glories…

vipassī →

dppn

…story is told in the Mahāpadāna Sutta. He was born in the Khema park in Bandhumatī, his father being Bandhumā and his mother Bandhumatī. He…

visākhā →

dppn

…her mother Sumanā.

The Udāna Ud.ii.9 contains a story of a dispute she had with the customs officers regarding the duty they levied on one of…

yakkha →

dppn

…with Devas, Rakkhasas, Dānavas, Gandhabbas, Kinnaras, and Mahoragas (? Nāgas).

Elsewhere AN.ii.38 they rank, in progressive order, between…

yasoja →

dppn

YasojaYasojoti

The Udāna mentions Ud.iii.3 how Yasoja and five hundred of his companions went to see the Buddha at Jetavana. There they stood…

adinnādāna →

farkas

lopás; annak elvétele, amit nem adtak oda

nidāna →

farkas

láncszem, eredet, ok

pañc'upādāna-kkhandhā →

farkas

a ragaszkodás öt halmaza

upādāna →

farkas

ragaszkodás, tapadás

vedanā →

farkas

érzés, érzet

abhinandana →

ncped

welcome; pleasure, delight.

abhinimmadana →

ncped

subduing; controlling.

abhivādana →

ncped

respectful greeting; salutation.

abhivādanasīlī →

ncped

habitually respectful

abhivādanasīlīn →

ncped

habitually respectful

acchādana →

ncped

covering, clothing, cloth; protection.

aggadana →

ncped

gift of the best; the best gift

akhādana →

ncped

not eating; not chewing

amaṇdanā →

ncped

lack of ornament.

anabhinandana →

ncped

or ~ā, feminine displeasure; disgust

anapadāna →

ncped

without discrimination; without discernment

andubhandana →

ncped

confining with an andu, shackling

anubalappādana →

ncped

the giving of support; support.

anumodana →

ncped

approval, assent; thanks, expression of appreciation (esp. in the form of a discourse by bhikkhus after receiving a meal or gifts)

anumodati →

ncped

rejoices in, approves; thanks; gives thanks (esp. with a benediction or discourse, see anumodana).

anuppadāna →

ncped

giving, providing, administering.

anupādāna →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) without taking as one’s own, without holding on to; without (material) support, without fuel.
  2. (n.) not holding; on to; absence of support or fuel

anuvadanā →

ncped

approval; support.

anādāna →

ncped

not grasping; free from attachment

apadāna →

ncped

cutting; reaping; harvest.

apadānasobhana →

ncped

(~ī)n. made clear or manifest in actions or by its results

apasādana →

ncped

reproach; disparagement.

appaṭisaṃvedana →

ncped

lacking feeling; not experiencing.

assādana →

ncped

tasting; enjoying; flavor, enjoyable taste.

attavādupādāna →

ncped

grasping the theory of an (enduring) self or soul

attādāna →

ncped

taking upon oneself; a legal process (of the saṅgha) initiated by oneself

candana →

ncped

sandalwood (the tree, wood, or perfume prepared from the wood)

candanacuṇṇa →

ncped

powdered candana; candana powder.

candanagaṇṭhi →

ncped

piece of sandalwood.

candanaghaṭikā →

ncped

stick of sandalwood.

candanamaṇḍita →

ncped

decorated with sandalwood.

candanamaṇḍitasāragandhika →

ncped

excellent scent because of sandalwood decoration.

candanasāra →

ncped

the essence of sandalwood; the best sandalwood; the pith of sandalwood.

candanokkhita →

ncped

sprinkled or anointed with candana.

candanussada →

ncped

abundantly anointed with candana.

chadana →

ncped

  1. a thatch; a roof; a cover.
  2. a leaf, foliage; hair.
  3. an external (false) covering; a disguise; a pretense.

chandānidāna →

ncped

having it’s origin in appetite.

chedana →

ncped

cutting; severing; destruction.

chedanabandhana →

ncped

cutting and binding.

chedanaka →

ncped

(of the (expiation of) an offense); entailing cutting.

chedanā →

ncped

cutting.

chādana →

ncped

covering; cover; roofing; concealment.

codana →

ncped

codanā →

ncped

  1. exhorting to action; admonition, reproof, criticism.
  2. pressing (for payment of a debt or promise); accusation (of an offense)

codanāvatthu →

ncped

ground for criticism or accusation.

daṇḍādāna →

ncped

taking up a stick, violence.

diṭṭhupādāna →

ncped

the grasping of views; the fuel that is (false) views.

diṭṭhūpādāna →

ncped

dukūlasandāna →

ncped

with halters of dukūla cloth (?); with coverings of dukūla cloth (?)

dānapati →

ncped

lord of liberality, a very generous giver.

ito nidāna →

ncped

originating from this

ito nidānaṃ →

ncped

as a consequence of this

iṇādāna →

ncped

raising a loan, taking on a debt

janapadatudana →

ncped

hurt to the country.

jivhānittaddana →

ncped

paralyzing the tongue by means of a spell.

kaṭukapabhedana →

ncped

exuding pungent juice from its temples

khādana →

ncped

chewing, eating; food.

kisakovadāna →

ncped

according to et) instructor of the Kisakas or thin instructor

kumudaṇāla →

ncped

~ī, feminine the stalk of the kumuda

kuḍḍanagaraka →

ncped

little town

kālappavedana →

ncped

making known that it is time; an announcement of the time

kāmūpādāna →

ncped

grasping sensual pleasures; the fuel that is sensual pleasure

kāsikacandana →

ncped

fine sandal from Kāsi

nagarabhandana →

ncped

restraint in a town; restriction in a town.

nakhaccedana →

ncped

an instrument for cutting nails.

nandana →

ncped

(from nandati) delight, pleasure, enjoyment.

niddākilamathapaṭivinodana →

ncped

the dispelling of weariness and drowsiness.

niddāna →

ncped

cutting; weeding.

nidāna →

ncped

  1. cause, ground, underlying and determining factor; antecedent: occasion.
  2. preamble; introduction (giving occasion, setting, context)

nikhādana →

ncped

sharp carpenter’s tool, perhaps a chisel.

nisīdana →

ncped

something to sit on; a rug or mat for sitting on.

nāḷikodana →

ncped

naḷikā measure of boiled rice.

odana →

ncped

boiled rice; cooked grain.

odanakummāsūpacaya →

ncped

built up by, achieving growth through, boiled rice and gruel or barley porridge

odanapāka →

ncped

cooking of rice

odanasurā →

ncped

fermented rice water; rice liquor

sa-upādāna →

ncped

sa-upādāna

mfn. & neuter

  1. (mfn.) holding on to; marked by grasping; having(material) support, supplied with fuel.
  2. (n.) (a state of) holding…

savupādāna →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) holding on to; marked by grasping; having(material) support, supplied with fuel.
  2. (n.) (a state of) holding on to; the having support

sopādāna →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) holding on to; marked by grasping; having(material) support, supplied with fuel.
  2. (n.) (a state of) holding on to; the having support

sādāna →

ncped

grasping, being attached

tato nidānaṃ →

ncped

indeclinable because of that.

tatratatrābhinandana →

ncped

, ~a., feminine pleasure in this and that; delight here and there.

ubbega-uttāsabhayāpanūdana →

ncped

ubbega-uttāsabhayāpanūdana

mfn. driving away alarm and fear

ucchādana →

ncped

cleaning or rubbing (the body with oil or perfumes); rubbing away.

uddāna →

ncped

summary, a list of names or titles (in verse); a list of subjects (given at the end of a vagga).

uddānato →

ncped

as to main headings; in brief

udāna →

ncped

  1. (m. n.) a joyful or inspired utterance (often in verse).
  2. (n.) the name of one of the nine categories (aṅgas) of the scriptures; one of the collections making up the Khuddakanikāya of the Pāḷi Canon.

udānayat →

ncped

utters an udāna; makes a joyful utterance

udāneti →

ncped

utters an udāna; makes a joyful utterance

ummādana →

ncped

causing madness, causing intoxication.

ummādananta →

ncped

ending in causing intoxication, with intoxication as its end

upayupādāna →

ncped

involvement and holding on to

upayūpādāna →

ncped

involvement and holding on to

upādāna →

ncped

  1. taking as one’s own, laying hold of, grasping.
  2. material support or cause, fuel; (it is often difficult to determine which meaning is intended; both reinforce each other: previous grasping produc …

upādānakkhandha →

ncped

one of the five groups of the elements of existence connected with grasping (as cause or object) (and being material support or fuel)

upādāniya →

ncped

(from upādāna) likely to be taken as one’s own, tending to produce grasping; serving as a support or fuel.

upāyupādāna →

ncped

involvement and holding on to

upāyūpādāna →

ncped

involvement and holding on to

ussādanā →

ncped

  1. raising, exalting; praise.
  2. noise, tumult.

ādāna →

ncped

taking, grasping; holding on to; attachment.

ādānasatta →

ncped

or masculine attached to grasping; or creature of attachment

ārodana →

ncped

weeping; lamenting.

āsādana →

ncped

insult, offensiveness.

āsādanapekkha →

ncped

looking to insult, aiming to be offensive

adukkha-m-asukhā vedanā →

nyana

[[adukkha-m-asukhā vedanā]]Adukkha-m-asukhā vedanā: ‘feeling which is neither painful nor pleasant’, i.e. neutral or indifferent feeling; see: vedanā - khandha

alms-giving →

nyana

Alms-Food-giving: dāna

ariya-puggala →

nyana

3: Clinging upādāna to mere rules and rituals sīlabbata-parāmāsa.
One has maximally 7 rebirth rounds before Awakening and…

atta-vādupādāna →

nyana

Atta-vādupādāna: Attachment to the belief or view in a constant ego, self or soul, is one of the 4 kinds of clinging upādāna.

bojjhanga →

nyana

Bojjhanga: ‘the 7 factors of enlightenment’, are: awareness or mindfulness sati-sambojjhanga, sati, investigation of the law dhamma-vicaya-sambojjhanga energy viriya-sambojjhanga, *vir …

cetanā →

nyana

Cetanā: ‘intention’, will, is one of the seven mental properties cetasika inseparably bound up with all consciousness, namely sensorial or mental contact phassa feeling vedanā perception *sa …

clinging →

nyana

Clinging: the 4 kinds of: upādāna

feeling →

nyana

Feeling: vedanā, further see: khandha - Contemplation of f.: vedanānupassanā see: satipatthāna.

giving →

nyana

Giving: dāna

grasping →

nyana

Grasping: cf. parāmāsa, upādāna.

hāna-bhāgiya-sīla →

nyana

…turning away from existence; Vis.M III. Cf. vodāna 2.

indifferent feeling →

nyana

[[indifferent feeling]]Indifferent feeling: cf. vedanā upekkhā

indriya →

nyana

Indriya: ‘abilities’, is a name for 22, partly physical, partly mental, phenomena often treated in the Suttas as well as in the Abhidhamma. They are:

6 Bases āyatana:

  1. eye: …

pain →

nyana

Pain: feeling of: see: vedanā

paramī →

nyana

…in giving or generosity; dāna - pāramī 2 morality sīla - p 3 renunciation nekkhamma - p 4 understanding paññā - p 5…

paticcasamuppāda →

nyana

…see under 10.

Clinging upādāna may be an inducement of decisive support upanissaya to many kinds of advantageous and disadvantageous kamma….

patti-dāna →

nyana

…mentioning the term patti-dāna in the Tirokudda Sutta Khp. and Petavatthu and its Com. Khp. Tr.. It is one of the ten ’bases of meritorious…

puñña-kiriya-vatthu →

nyana

…of giving generosity; dāna - maya - p of morality sīla - maya - p and of mental development meditation; bhāvanā -…

pīti →

nyana

Pīti: rapture, enthusiasm rendered also by joy, happiness; interest it is one of the mental properties or properties cetasika and belongs to the group of mental constructions sankhāra - *khan …

ti-lakkhana →

nyana

Ti-lakkhana: the ‘3 charactcristies of existence’, or signata, are impermanency anicca, suffcring or misery dukkha see: sacca, dukkhatā no-self anattā.

Whether Perfect Ones appear in th …

transference of merit →

nyana

[[transference of merit]]Transference of merit: patti-dāna

ānupubbī-kathā →

nyana

…say, he spoke on generosity dāna, on morality sīla and on the heavens sagga, he explained the danger, the loss and the depravity of sensual…

abbhanumodana →

pts

(& ˚ā f.) being pleased, satisfaction, thanksgiving DN-a.i.227 Vv-a.52 (˚ānu˚); Sdhp.218

fr. abbhanumodati

abhibhū →

pts

noun adjective overcoming, conquering, vanquishing, having power over, a Lord or Master of (-˚) DN.iii.29; SN.ii.284; Snp.211 (sabba˚), Snp.545 (Māra˚, cp. Mārasena-pamaddana Snp.561), Snp.642
■ O …

abhikkanta →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) lit. gone forward, gone out, gone beyond. According to the traditional expln. preserved by Bdhgh. & Dhp (see e.g. DN-a.i.227 = Kp-a.114 = Vv-a.52) it is used in …

abhinandana →

pts

(f.), pleasure, delight, enjoyment DN.i.244; MN.i.498; Ja.iv.397.

fr. abhinandati, cp. nandanā

abhinimmadana →

pts

crushing, subduing, levelling out MN.iii.132; AN.iv.189 sq.

abhi + nimmadana

abhirata →

pts

…AN.v.175 (id.) Snp.86 (nibbāna˚), Snp.275 (vihesa˚), Snp.276 (kalaha˚); Ja.v.382 (dāna˚); Pv-a.54 (puññakamma˚), Pv-a.61…

abhisanda →

pts

outflow, overflow, yield, issue, result only in foll. phrases: cattāro puññ’ âbhisandā kusal’ âbhisandā (yields in merit) SN.v.391 sq.; AN.ii.54 sq. AN.iii.51, AN.iii.337; AN.vi.245, & *kamm’ âbhisa …

abhisandana →

pts

result, outcome, consequence Pts.i.17 (sukhassa).

= abhisanda

abhivādana →

pts

respectful greeting, salutation, giving welcome, showing respect or devotion. AN.ii.180 AN.iv.130 AN.iv.276 Ja.i.81 Ja.i.82 Ja.i.218 Dhp.109 (˚sīlin of devout character, cp. Dhp-a.ii.239) Vv-a.24 Sd …

abhivādeti →

pts

to salute, greet, welcome, honour Vin.ii.208 sq.; DN.i.61; AN.iii.223; AN.iv.173; Vv.1#5 (abhivādayiṃ aor. = abhivādanaṃ kāresiṃ vandiṃ Vv-a.24) Mil.162. Often in combination with *padakkhiṇaṃ karoti …

accasarā →

pts

overbearing, pride, selfsurity Vb.358 (+ māyā). Note. In id. p. at Pp.23 we read acchādanā instead of accasarā.

abstr. to accasara

acchedana →

pts

robbing, plundering Ja.vi.544.

abstr. to acchindati

acchādana →

pts

covering, clothing Thag.698; Mil.279
■ fig. protection, sheltering Ja.i.307.

fr. acchādeti

acchādanā →

pts

covering, hiding, concealment Pp.19, Pp.23
Note. In id. p. at Vb.358 we read accasarā for acchādanā. Is the latter merely a gloss?

= prec.

adana →

pts

eating, food Ja.v.374 (variant reading modana).

from adeti

adhikuṭṭanā →

pts

an executioner’s block Thig.58; cp. Thag-a.65 (variant reading kuḍḍanā, should prob. be read koṭṭana); Thag-a.287.

adhi + koṭṭanā or koṭṭana

adhikāra →

pts

…help Vin.i.55; Ja.i.56 Ja.vi.251; Mil.60, Mil.115, Mil.165; Pv-a.124 (dāna˚; cp. Pv.ii.9#27); Dhp-a.ii.41.

cp. Sk. adhikāra

adinna →

pts

…freq. in phrase adinn’ ādāna (BSk. adattādāna Divy.302 seizing or grasping that which is not given to one i.e. stealing, is the…

agalu →

pts

fragrant aloe wood, Agallochum Vv.53#7 (aggalu = Vv-a.237 agalugandha); Vv-a.158 (+ candana). Cp. also Avs.i.24 and akalu.

cp. Sk. agu …

agga →

pts

…the Buddha Thag.354.

  • -dāna a splendid gift Vin.iii.39.
  • -dvāra main door Ja.i.114. *…

aggaḷa →

pts

…datvā*); Vin.iv.121.

  • -dāna putting in a gusset Ja.i.8.
  • -phalaka the post or board, in which the…

aggaḷā →

pts

…datvā*); Vin.iv.121.

  • -dāna putting in a gusset Ja.i.8.
  • -phalaka the post or board, in which the…

aggha →

pts

  1. price, value, worth, Mil.244; Mhvs.26, Mhvs.22; Mhvs.30, Mhvs.76; Vv-a.77
    mahaggha (adj.) of great value Ja.iv.138; Ja.v.414; Ja.vi.209; Pv.ii.1#18. See also mahāraha. …

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 …

ajjhosāna →

pts

cleaving to (earthly joys), attachment, DN.ii.58 sq.; DN.iii.289; MN.i.498 (+ abhinandana); SN.iii.187; AN.i.66; AN.ii.11 (diṭṭhi˚, kāma˚ + taṇhā). In combn. with (icchā) and mucchā at Nd …

akalu →

pts

(cp. agalu) an ointment Ja.iv.440 (akaluñ candanañ ca, variant reading BB aggaluṃ; C. explains as kālākaluñ ca rattacandanañ ca, thus implying a blacking or dark ointment); Ja …

akkuṭṭha →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) being reviled, scolded, railed at Snp.366 (= dasahi akkosavatthūhi abhisatto Snp-a.364); Ja.vi.187.
  2. (nt.) reviling, scolding, swearing at; in combination *akkuṭṭha-vandi …

anamha →

pts

adjective being in consternation or distress, crying Ja.iii.223 (˚kāle = ārodana-kāle C.).

according to Morris J.P.T.S. 1884, 70 = ana-mha “unlaughing” with ana = an (cp. anabhāva anamatagga) and m …

anna →

pts

“eating”, food, esp. boiled rice, but includes all that is eaten as food, viz. odana, kummāsa, sattu, maccha, maṃsa (rice gruel, flour, fish, meat) Mnd.372 = Mnd.495. Anna is spelt *[aṇṇa](/define/aṇṇ …

anubhavana →

pts

experiencing, suffering; sensation or physical sensibility (cf. Cpd. 229, 2321) Ne.28 (iṭṭhâniṭṭh-ânubhavana-lakkhanā vedanā “feeling is characterised by the experiencing of what is ple …

anubhaṇanā →

pts

talking to, admonition, scolding Vin.ii.88 (anuvadanā +).

anu + bhaṇana

anubhāva →

pts

…(rāja˚), Pv-a.184 (dāna˚), Pv-a.186 (puñña˚). yathānubhāvaṃ (adv.) in accordance with (me), as…

anugāmika →

pts

…(-nidhi); Mil.159 (parisā); Pv-a.132, Pv-a.253 (dānaṃ nāma ˚aṃ nidānan ti).

anukkama →

pts

…in (regular step, i.e. a bridle MN.i.446; Snp.622 (sandānaṃ saha˚).

to anukkamati

anulapanā →

pts

scolding, blame, accusation Vin.ii.88 (spelt anullapanā; combd. with anuvadana & anubhaṇanā).

anu + lapanā, lap

anumodana →

pts

“according to taste”, i.e. satisfaction, thanks, esp. after a meal or after receiving gifts = to say grace or benediction, blessing, thanksgiving. In latter sense with dadāti (give thanks for = loca …

anumodati →

pts

…Iti.78; Pv.ii.9#19 (dānaṃ -modamāna = enjoying, gladly receiving); Pv.i.5#4 (anumodare = are pleased; pitisomanassajātā honti…

anupadāna →

pts

…the giving of (—˚) DN.i.12 (cp. DN-a.i.98 both read anuppādāna) Ja.iii.205 Mil.315

anu + pa + dāna, cp. anupadeti

anupasaṇṭhapanā →

pts

not stopping, incessance, continuance Pp.18 (but id. p. at Vb.357 has anusansandanā instead); cp. anupabandhanā.

an + upasaṇṭhapanā

anupavāda →

pts

not blaming or finding fault, abstaining from grumbling or abuse Dhp.185 (anūpa˚ in metre; explained at Dhp-a.iii.238 as anupavādanañ c’eva anupavādāpanañ ca “not scolding as well as not inciting oth …

anupubbi-kathā →

pts

…values of four subjects (dāna-kathā, sīla˚, sagga˚, magga˚) i.e. charity righteousness, the heavens, and the Path. Bdhgh. explains the…

anupādi →

pts

Anupādāna & Anupādi

see upādāna & upādi.

anupādā →

pts

anupādāniya, anupādāya, anupādiyāna, anupādiyiṭvā see upādiyati. Anupadana & Anupadi;

ger. of an + upādiyati = anupādāya

anupādāna →

pts

Anupādāna & Anupādi

see upādāna & upādi.

anuvadanā →

pts

blaming, blame, censure Vin.ii.88 (anuvāda +).

fr. anuvadati

anādāna →

pts

…from attachment (opp. sādāna) AN.ii.10 = Iti.9 = Iti.109 = Cnd.172#a; Snp.620, Snp.741 Snp.1094; Cnd.41 (where as nt. = taṇha); Dhp.352 (=…

anāpāda →

pts

adjective unmarried (of a woman) Ja.iv.178 (āpāda = apādāna C.; aññehi akata-pariggahā).

an + āpāda

anūpavāda →

pts

not grumbling, not finding fault Dhp.185 (= anupavādanañ c’ eva anupavadāpanañ ca Dhp-a.iii.238).

an + upavāda, with metrically lengthened u

apa →

pts

…˚jhāyati, ˚thaṭa, ˚dāna, ˚dhāreti, ˚nata, ˚nāmeti, ˚nīta ˚lekhana, ˚loketi, ˚vadati.

Vedic apa; Idg. *apo = Gr. ἀπό, Av….

apadāna →

pts

…out. See Dialogues ii.3
■ Cp. also pariyāpadāna.

= Sk. apadāna

apanudana →

pts

Apanudana & Apanūdana

neuter taking or driving away, removal Vin.ii.148; Ja.i.94 (dukkha˚); Snp.252 (id.); Pv-a.114 (id.).

Sk. apanodana, fr. apanudati

apanudati →

pts

Apanudati & Apanudeti

to push or drive away, remove dispel; pres. apanudeti Mil.38. aor. apānudi Pv.i.8#6 (= apanesi Pv-a.41); Pv.ii.3#14 (= avahari aggahesi Pv-a.86) Dāvs i.8. ger. apanujja

apanudeti →

pts

Apanudati & Apanudeti

to push or drive away, remove dispel; pres. apanudeti Mil.38. aor. apānudi Pv.i.8#6 (= apanesi Pv-a.41); Pv.ii.3#14 (= avahari aggahesi Pv-a.86) Dāvs i.8. ger. apanujja

apanūdana →

pts

Apanudana & Apanūdana

neuter taking or driving away, removal Vin.ii.148; Ja.i.94 (dukkha˚); Snp.252 (id.); Pv-a.114 (id.).

Sk. apanodana, fr. apanudati

asadisa →

pts

adjective incomparable, not having its like Dhp-a.ii.89; Dhp-a.iii.120 (˚dāna).

a + sadisa

assāda →

pts

taste, sweetness, enjoyment, satisfaction DN.i.22 (vedanānaṃ samudaya atthangama assāda etc.); MN.i.85; SN.ii.84 sq. (˚ânupassin), SN.ii.170 sq.; SN.iii.27 sq (ko rūpassa assādo), SN.iii.62, SN.iii.10 …

assādanā →

pts

sweetness, taste, enjoyment SN.i.124; Snp.447 (= sādubhāva Snp-a.393).

cp. assāda

asura →

pts

…as pabbata-pāda-nivāsino dānava-yakkha-saññitā).

Vedic asura in more comprehensive meaning; connected with Av. ahurō Lord, ahurō…

asāta →

pts

adjective disagreeable Vin.i.78 (asātā vedanā, cp. asātā vedanā M Vastu I 5); Snp.867; Ja.i.288, Ja.i.410; Ja.ii.105; Dhs.152, Dhs.1343.

a + sāta, Sk. aśāta, Kern’s interpretation & etymology of asā …

ati →

pts

…water; ˚khippa too soon; ˚dāna excessive almsgiving ˚dāruṇa very cruel; ˚dīgha extremely long; ˚dūra too near deva a super-god ˚pago…

atidāna →

pts

too generous giving, an excessive gift of alms. Mil.277 Pv-a.129 Pv-a.130

ati + dāna

atipadāna →

pts

too much alms-giving Pv.ii.943 (= atidāna. Pv-a.130)

ati + pa + dāna

atta →

pts

…As legal t. t. attādānaṃ ādīyati is to take upon oneself the conduct, before the Chapter, of a legal point already raised….

ava →

pts

…ottappa, avattha, ˚nīta, ˚dāna, ˚pivati, ˚rundhati, ˚lekhati ˚vadati, ˚varaka, ˚sakkati, avassaya, avasseti, ˚hita, avāpurīyati…

avadāna →

pts

see apadāna.

avadāniya →

pts

…buddhâdīnaṃ vacanaṃ anādiyanatāya ca avadāniyā).

fr. avadāna cutting off; ava + 2 to cut

avhāna →

pts

  1. begging, calling, asking Snp.710; Vism.68 (˚ânabhinandanā).
  2. addressing, naming Snp-a.605 (= nāma).

fr. avhayati, Sk. āhvāna in diff. meaning

avisaṃvādanatā →

pts

honesty, faithfulness, uprightness DN.iii.190.

abstr. fr. a + visaṃvāda

aṅga →

pts

  1. (lit.) a constituent part of the body, a limb, member; also of objects: part, member (see cpd. ˚sambhāra); uttam˚aṅga the reproductive organ Ja.v.197; also as “head” at Thag-a.209. Usually in cp …

aṭṭha →

pts

…of sabb-aṭṭhakaṃ dānaṃ (8 elephants, 8 horses 8 slaves etc.) where each of 8 constituents is presented in 8 exemplars Dhp-a.ii.45,…

aṭṭiyana →

pts

fright, terror, amazement Dhp-a.ii.179.

cp. Sk. ardana, to aṭṭiyati

bhakkhati →

pts

to eat, to feed upon Pv.ii.2#5 (pubba-lohitaṃ); Dhp-a.ii.57 (vātaṃ).
inf bhakkhituṃ Ja.ii.14
caus bhakkheti in same meaning Ja.iv.349 (aor. bhakkhesuṃ); cp. BSk. bhakṣay …

bhatta →

pts

…or service Dhp-a.i.398

  • -dāna gift of a meal Pv-a.54
  • -puṭa a bag with food Ja.ii.82 Ja.ii.203 Ja.iii.200 DN-a.i.270 cp….

bhañjati →

pts

  1. (trs. & intrs.) to break Vin.i.74 (phāsukā bhañjitabbā ribs to be broken); Dhp.337 (mā bhañji = mā bhañjatu C.). Pv.ii.9#3 (sākhaṃ bhañjeyya = chindeyya Pv-a.114); Pv-a.277 (akkho bhañji the axle …

bhaṇḍa →

pts

  1. stock in trade; collectively goods, wares, property, possessions, also “object” SN.i.43 (itthi bhaṇḍānaṃ uttamaṃ woman is the highest property), Cnd.38; Ja.iii.353 (yācita˚ object asked = yāca); Th …

bhaṇḍana →

pts

quarrel, quarrelling, strife Iti.11; Ja.iii.149; Mnd.196; Dhp-a.i.55, Dhp-a.i.64.

fr. bhaṇḍ, cp. BSk. bhāṇḍana Divy.164

bheda →

pts

…sq (with ref. to upādāna & bhava); Vb-a.185 (id.); Sdhp.66, Sdhp.457, Sdhp.463
mithu˚; breaking of alliance DN.ii.76;…

bhedana →

pts

  1. breaking (open), in puṭa˚; breaking of the seed-boxes (of the Pāṭali plant), idiomatic for “merchandise” Mil.1 See under puṭa.
  2. (fig.) breach, division, destruction AN.iv.247 …

bhindana →

pts

adjective breaking up, brittle, falling into ruin SN.i.131 (kāya).

fr. bhindati

bhindati →

pts

to split, break, sever destroy, ruin. In two bases: *bhid (with der. *bhed) *bhind;

  1. *bhid: aor. 3rd sg. abhida (= Sk abhidat) DN.ii.107; Ja.iii.29 (see als …

bhojana →

pts

…inquiry Vin.iv.84.

  • -aggadāna gift of the best of food Snp-a.270.
  • -atthika in need of food, hungry Pv.ii.9#29. *…

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, …

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 …

bhāga →

pts

  1. part, portion, fraction, share Vin.i.285; Snp.427 (sahassa-bhāgo maraṇassa = sahassaṃ bhāgānaṃ assā ti Snp-a.387; a thousand times a share of death, i.e. very near death, almost quite dead), Snp. …

bhāgin →

pts

…at Mnd.142 = Cnd.466 = Vism.210
■ pl. bhāgino Pv.iii.1#12 (dukkhassa); Pv-a.18 (dānaphalassa), Pv-a.175
■ Cp bhāgavant,…

bhāra →

pts

…1907, 118.

  • -ādāna the taking up of a burden SN.iii.25
  • -(m)oropana “laying down the load,” i.e. delivery…

bhāvanā →

pts

…DN.iii.219 Ne.8; with dānamaya & sīlamaya; at Iti.19, Iti.51; Vb.135, Vb.325.

  • -vidhāna arrangement of process of…

bodhi →

pts

…(pāramiyo), i.e. dāna˚, sīla˚, nekkhamma˚, paññā˚, viriya˚, khanti˚; sacca˚, adhiṭṭhāna˚, mettā˚, upekhā˚. …

bubbula →

pts

Bubbuḷa & Bubbula

a bubble. On similes cp. J.P.T.S. 1907, 117
■ Usually of a waterbubble udaka˚; SN.iii.141; AN.iv.137; Ja.v.216; Mil.117 Vism.109; Dhp-a.iii.209; Vb-a.33 (as unsubstantial to …

bubbuḷa →

pts

Bubbuḷa & Bubbula

a bubble. On similes cp. J.P.T.S. 1907, 117
■ Usually of a waterbubble udaka˚; SN.iii.141; AN.iv.137; Ja.v.216; Mil.117 Vism.109; Dhp-a.iii.209; Vb-a.33 (as unsubstantial to …

bāhira →

pts

…outsiders Ja.iii.473.

  • -dāna gift of externals, gift of property as opposed to gift of the person Ja.iv.401 Ja.vi.486; Dāvs…

cakkhu →

pts

the eye (nom. sg. cakkhuṃ) Vin.i.34; SN.i.115; MN.iii.134 etc.)

I. The eye as organ of sense

  1. psychologically cakkhunā rūpaṃ disvā “seeing visible object (shape with the eye” (Nd ii.on …

camati →

pts

(& cameti) to rinse, only in cpd ācamati (ācameti).

cam. to sip; but given at Dhtm.552 in meaning “adana,” eating

canda →

pts

the moon (i.e. the shiner) SN.i.196; SN.ii.206; MN.ii.104; AN.i.227 AN.ii.139 sq.; AN.iii.34; Dhp.413; Snp.465, Snp.569, Snp.1016; Ja.iii.52 Ja.vi.232; Pv.i.12#7; Pv.ii.6#6; Vv.64#7 (maṇi˚ a shiny jew …

candana →

pts

sandal (tree wood or unguent, also perfume) Vin.i.203; AN.i.9, AN.i.145 AN.i.226; AN.iii.237; Dhp.54; Ja.v.420 (tree, m.); Mil.382; Dhp-a.i.422; Dhp-a.iv.189 (˚pūjā); Vv-a.158 (agalu˚ with aloe & s …

candanikā →

pts

pool at the entrance of a village (usually, but not necessarily dirty: see Vin.ii.122 & cp. candanapanka Avs.i.221, see also PW sub candana2) SN.v.361; MN.i.11, MN.i.73, MN.i.448; AN.i.161; …

cappeti →

pts

to chew Bdhgh on Vin.ii.115. Cp. jappati.

Sk. carvayati Dhtp.295 gives root cabb in meaning “adana”

catur →

pts

…SN.iii.59 sq. (pañcupādānakkhandhe). -parisā (f.) the fourfold assembly, scil. of male & female bhikkhus & upāsakas…

cetanā →

pts

state of ceto in action, thinking as active thought, intention, purpose, will Defined as action (kamma: AN.iii.415; cp. Kvu.viii.9 § 38 untraced quotation; cp. AN.v.292). Often comb …

cetiya →

pts

tumulus, sepulchral monument, cairn, MN.i.20; Dhp.188; Ja.i.237; Ja.vi.173; Snp-a.194 (dhātu-gharaṃ katvā cetiyaṃ patiṭṭhāpesuṃ); Kp-a.221; Dhp-a.iii.29 (dhātu˚) Dhp-a.iv.64); Vv-a.142; Sdhp.428 …

cha →

pts

…dānasālā Ja.i.282; oraṃ chahi māsehi kālakiriyā bhavissati (l shall die in 6 months, i.e. not just yet, but…

chada →

pts

anything that covers, protects or hides, viz. a cover, an awning DN.i.7≈ (sa-uttara˚ but ˚chadana at DN.ii.194)
■ a veil in phrase vivaṭacchada “with the veil lifted” thus …

chadana →

pts

Err:501

chaḍḍana →

pts

throwing away, rejecting Ja.i.290; Dhtp.571
■ ī (f.) a shovel, dust-pan Dhp-a.iii.7. See kacavara˚

chaḷ →

pts

…dānasālā Ja.i.282; oraṃ chahi māsehi kālakiriyā bhavissati (l shall die in 6 months, i.e. not just yet, but…

chedana →

pts

cutting, severing, destroying DN.i.5; (= DN-a.i.80 hattha˚-ādi); DN.iii.176; Vin.ii.133; AN.ii.209; AN.v.206; SN.iv.169 (nakha˚); SN.v.473; Mil.86 Vism.102 (˚vadha-bandana, etc.).

see *[chindati]( …

chedanaka →

pts

  1. (adj.) one who tears or cuts off Pv-a.7.
  2. (nt.) the process of getting cut (a cert. penance for offences: in combination with āpattiyo & pācittiyaṃ) Vin.ii.307; Vin.iv.168, Vin.iv.170, Vin.iv.17 …

chindanaka →

pts

adjective breaking, see *pari*˚.

fr. chindati

chindati →

pts

to cut off, to destroy, to remove, both lit. (bandhanaṃ, pāsaṃ, pasibbakaṃ, jīvaṃ, gīvaṃ, sīsaṃ hatthapāde, etc.) and fig. (taṇhaṃ, mohaṃ, āsavā saṃyojanāni, vicikicchaṃ, vanathaṃ, etc.) Freq. in …

chādana →

pts

covering. clothing, often combined with ghāsa˚; food & clothing (q.v.) Ja.ii.79 (vattha˚) Pv.i.10#7 (bhojana˚); Pv.ii.1#7 (vattha˚); Pv-a.50 (= vattha) Dhp-a.iv.7
■ As adj. Ja.vi.354 (of the tha …

chādanā →

pts

covering, concealment Pp.19, Pp.23. Cp. pari˚.

fr. chādeti

chādiya →

pts

covering (of a house or hut), thatch, straw, hay (for eating) Ja.vi.354 (= gehacchādana-tiṇa).

citta →

pts

…impure heart (opp. c
■ vodāna) SN.iii.151; -saññatti conviction Mil.256; -santāpa

codanā →

pts

reproof, exhortation DN.i.230; DN.iii.218; AN.iii.352; Vin V.158, 159; Vism.276
■ As ttg in codan’ atthe nipāto an exhortative particle Ja.vi.211 (for ingha); Vv-a.237 (id.); Pv-a.88 variant rea …

cumbati →

pts

to kiss Ja.ii.193; Ja.v.328; Ja.vi.291, Ja.vi.344; Vv-a.260. Cp. pari˚. Culla & cula;

Sk. cumbati. Dhtp.197 defines as “vadanasaṃyoge”

cuṇṇa →

pts

  1. pp. broken up powdered; only in cpd. -vicuṇṇa crushed to bits smashed up, piecemeal Ja.i.73; Ja.ii.120, Ja.ii.159, Ja.ii.216; Ja.iii.74
  2. (nt.)
    1. any hard substance ground into a powder dus …

cārin →

pts

…vihangapatha˚ Sdhp.241; sapadāna˚ MN.i.30; Snp.65; pariyanta˚ Snp.904. 2. fig. anudhamma˚ Snp.69; āgu˚ AN.ii.240; AN.iii.163 dhamma˚ Mil.19;…

cīvara →

pts

…Vin.iv.286 Vin.iv.287

  • -dāna (-samaya) (the time for) giving robes Vin.iv.77 Vin.iv.99
  • -dussa clothing-material Vin.iv.279…

dadāti →

pts

…nt dāna. See also suffix dā,˚ datti, dattikā, etc.; and pp atta (=…

dakkhiṇeyya →

pts

…also adj. to be given, of dāna). Pv.iv.1#33; Vv-a.120, Vv-a.155 (Ep. of the Sangha ujubhūta); Pv-a.25, Pv-a.125, Pv-a.128, Pv-a.262.

*…

dakkhiṇā →

pts

…Ja.i.228; Pv.i.4#4 (= dāna Pv-a.18), Pv.i.5#9 (petānaṃ d ˚ṃ dajjā), Pv.iv.1#51; Mil.257 Vism.220; Pv-a.29, Pv-a.50, Pv-a.70,…

danta →

pts

Danta1

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

dasā →

pts

& dasa; (nt.) unwoven thread of a web of cloth, fringe, edge or border of a garment DN.i.7 (dīgha˚ long-fringed, of vatthāni); Ja.v.187; Dhp-a.i.180 Dhp-a.iv.106 (dasāni)
■ *[sadasa](/define/sa …

daṇḍa →

pts

-ādāna taking up a stick (weapon) (cp. above 4), combined with satth ādāna MN.i.110, MN.i.113, MN.i.410; DN.iii.92,…

dhamma →

pts

…Cnd.318);

  • -dāna gift of;
  • -dāyāda heir of the Dh.; spiritual heir (cp. above note on B…

dhovana →

pts

…AN.i.277; Iti.111 (pādānaṃ); Ja.ii.129; Ja.vi.365 (hattha˚); Mil.11 Vism.343; Pv-a.241 (hattha-pāda˚); Dhp-a.ii.19 (pāda˚) fig….

dinna →

pts

…DN.i.4; DN-a.i.72

  • -dāna almsgiving Ja.iii.52 Dhp-a.i.396;
  • -dāyin giving alms, liberal, munificent DN.iii.191

Sk….

diṭṭha →

pts

Diṭṭha1

  1. seen; a˚ not seen DN.i.222 (a˚ + avedita asacchikata); MN.i.3 sq. (diṭṭhaṃ diṭṭhato sañjānāti); Snp.147 (diṭṭhā vā ye vā addiṭṭhā), Snp.995 (na me diṭṭho ito pubbe na ssuto… Sat …

diṭṭhi →

pts

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

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

dukkha →

pts

…(nirodha ˚anaṃ);

  • -nidāna a source of pain MN.ii.223; Dhs.1059, Dhs.1136;
  • -nirodha the…

dvi →

pts

number two.

A. Meanings

I. Two as unit

  1. with objective foundation:
    1. denoting a combination (pair, couple) or a repetition (twice). In this conn. frequent both objective …

dānava →

pts

kind of Asuras or Titans, the offspring of Danu Ja.iii.527; Ja.v.89; Mil.153; Dpvs.xvii.98.

Sk. dānava

dāpeti →

pts

…δεϊπνον (meal); Lat. daps (id.), damnum (expense fr. *dapnom). See also dātta & dāna

Dāpeti2

to cause to run…

dāru →

pts

wood, piece of wood; pl. woodwork, sticks AN.i.112; Iti.71; Dhp.80; Ja.ii.102; Ja.iii.54; Ja.vi.366; Dhp-a.i.393; Pv-a.76 (candana˚) Pv-a.141.

dātta →

pts

…deal out; cp. Gr. δατέομαι, δαίομαι & see dāna, dāpeti dāyati

dāyaka →

pts

…(khīrassa)
adāyaka a stingy person, one who neglects almsgiving (cp. adānasīla) Pv.i.11#9; ˚ikā Pv.i.9#3

Sk. dāyaka, as in…

dāyati →

pts

…to cut, divide, etc.; cp. dayati, dātta, dāna

dāyikā →

pts

…(khīrassa)
adāyaka a stingy person, one who neglects almsgiving (cp. adānasīla) Pv.i.11#9; ˚ikā Pv.i.9#3

Sk. dāyaka, as in…

dāyin →

pts

…(icchit’ icchita˚), Pv-a.157 (= kāma dada); Sdhp.214 (dānagga˚).

Sk. dāyin, of dadāti

dīna →

pts

…Ja.vi.375; Pv.ii.8#2 (= adānajjhāsaya Pv-a.107), Pv.iv.8#1; Mil.406; Pv-a.120 (= kapaṇa), Pv-a.260 (id.), Pv-a.153 Sdhp.188,…

gala →

pts

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

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

gandha →

pts

smell, viz.

  1. odour, smell, scent in gen Ja.iii.189; Dhp.54–Dhp.56 = Mil.333; Dhs.605 under ghānâyatanāni); āma˚ smell of raw flesh AN.i.280; DN.ii.242; Snp.241 sq; maccha˚ the scent of fish Ja.iii. …

gandhin →

pts

adjective

  1. having a scent of, smelling of (-˚), i.e. candana˚ of sandal wood Ja.iii.190; gūtha of˚ faeces Pv.ii.3#15 (= karīsavāyinī Pv-a).
  2. dealing with scents a perfumer Pv-a.127 (= māgadha; …

gantha →

pts

…ganthā SN.i.14. See also ādāna˚; cp. ganthaniya. 2. [only in late Pali, and in Sk.] composition, text, book (not with ref. to books as tied…

garahā →

pts

blame, reproach DN.i.135 “stating an example,” see DN-a.i.296; DN.iii.92, DN.iii.93; Snp.141; Ja.i.10 (garahapaṭicchādanabhāva preventing all occasion for finding fault); Ja.i.132 (garaha-bhaya-bhī …

garu →

pts

  1. adj.
    1. lit. heavy, opp. lahu light, applied to bhāra, a load SN.iii.26; Ja.i.196 (= bhārika); Ja.vi.420; Dhp-a.i.48; Sdhp.494 (rūpagarubhāra the heavy load of “form”). Compa …

gathita →

pts

…In other connections: ādānaganthaṃ gathitaṃ visajja Snp.794 (cp. Mnd.98); yāni loke gathitāni na tesu pasuto siyā Snp.940
■…

gaṇa →

pts

…in ˚ena dānaṃ datvā to give by co-operation to give jointly Dhp-a.ii.160;

ghaṭī →

pts

jar Dhp-a.i.426. In compounds also ghaṭi˚.

  • -odana rice boiled in a jar Dhp-a.i.426;
  • -kaṭāha a water pot, or rather a bowl for gathering alms (cp. ghaṭik …

ghāsa →

pts

grass for fodder, pasturing: food Ja.i.511 (˚ṃ kurute); Pv-a.173 (˚atthāya gacchati “go feeding”) Mostly in: -esana search for food (= gocara) SN.i.141; Snp.711
■ Cp. vi˚*-[chada](/define/chada …

giri →

pts

…It does not occur in the Avadānas;

  • -rājā king of the mountains, of Mount Sineru Mil.21, Mil.224; *…

gāma →

pts

collection of houses, a hamlet (cp. Ger. gemeinde), a habitable place (opp. arañña: gāme vā yadi vâraññe Snp.119), a parish or village having boundaries & distinct from the surrounding country (gāmo c …

hari →

pts

adjective green, tawny Dhs.617; Dhs-a.317 --ssavaṇṇa gold-coloured Ja.ii.33 (= hari-samāna-vaṇṇa suvaṇṇa˚ C.).

  • -candana yellow sandal Vv.83#1; Dhp-a.i.28;
  • *-[tāla] …

hattha →

pts

  1. hand DN.i.124; AN.i.47; Snp.610; Ja.vi.40
    ■ forearm Vin.iv.221; of animals SN.v.148; Ja.i.149; -pāda hand and foot MN.i.523; AN.i.47; Ja.ii.117; Pv-a.241; Dhp-a.iv.7. sahassa˚; thousand …

hetu →

pts

…(s. v. sankhā); mūla h. nidāna sambhava pabhava samuṭṭhāna āhāra ārammaṇa paccaya samudaya frequent in the Niddesa (see Cnd.p.231, s….

hiṇḍati →

pts

to roam Dhtp.108 (= āhiṇḍana). See ā˚.

*Sk. hiṇḍ

hīḷeti →

pts

…DN.ii.275; Snp.713 (appaṃ dānaṃ na hīḷeyya); Ja.ii.258; DN-a.i.256 (= vambheti); Dhp-a.iv.97; Mil.169 (+ garahati)

pp…

ito →

pts

…Iti.77; Snp.271 (˚ja. ˚nidāna caused or founded in or by this existence attabhāvaṃ sandhāy’ āha Snp-a.303), Snp.774 (cutāse), Snp.870…

ittara →

pts

…Mil.93, Mil.114 (˚pañña of small wisdom). This meaning (2) also in BSk. itvaṛa, e.g. Divy.317 (dāna).

Vedic itvara in meaning “going”,…

itthi →

pts

Itthi & Itthī

feminine woman female; also (usually as-˚) wife. Opp. purisa man (see e.g. for contrast of itthi and purisa Ja.v.72, Ja.v.398; Ne.93; Dhp-a.i.390; Pv-a.153)
■ SN.i.33 (nibbānass’ e …

itthī →

pts

Itthi & Itthī

feminine woman female; also (usually as-˚) wife. Opp. purisa man (see e.g. for contrast of itthi and purisa Ja.v.72, Ja.v.398; Ne.93; Dhp-a.i.390; Pv-a.153)
■ SN.i.33 (nibbānass’ e …

iñjanā →

pts

-aṃ (nt.) shaking, movement, motion Snp.193 (= calanā phandanā Snp-a.245); Ne.88 (= phandanā C.). an˚; immobility, steadfastness Pts.i.15 Pts.ii.118.

fr. iñj, see iñjati

jivhā →

pts

the tongue.

  1. physically: Vin.i.34; AN.iv.131; Snp.673, Snp.716; Dhp.65 Dhp.360; Ja.ii.306; Pv-a.99 (of Petas: visukkha-kanthaṭṭha j.), Pv-a.152
    ■ Of the tongue of the mahāpurusha which coul …

jātika →

pts

(-˚) adjective

  1. being like, being of, having, etc. (see jāta 3): duppañña˚ & sappañña˚ MN.i.225; dabba AN.i.254; mukhara˚ Snp.275; viññū˚ Snp.294; māna Ja.i.88.
  2. descended from …

jīvita →

pts

…AN.v.211;

  • -pariyādāna the cessation or consummation of life DN.i.46 (= DN-a.i.128); SN.ii.83; AN.iv.13 *…

kacavara →

pts

  1. sweepings, dust, rubbish (usually in combination with chaḍḍeti and sammajjati) Ja.i.292 Ja.iii.163; Ja.iv.300; Vism.70; DN-a.i.7; Dhp-a.i.52; Snp-a. …

kacci →

pts

…“yes”); Pv-a.27 (k. tan dānaṃ upakappati does that gift really benefit the dead?), Pv-a.178 (k. vo piṃḍapāto laddho have you received…

kaccid →

pts

…“yes”); Pv-a.27 (k. tan dānaṃ upakappati does that gift really benefit the dead?), Pv-a.178 (k. vo piṃḍapāto laddho have you received…

kalyāṇa →

pts

…or virtue, consisting of dāna, uposathakamma & dasakusalakammapathā Ja.iii.342;

kama →

pts

…Threefold applied to upādāna at Vism.570 (viz. uppattik˚ pahānak˚, desanāk˚) 2. oblique cases (late and technical) “by way of going,”…

kambala →

pts

, nt.)

woollen stuff, woollen blanket or garment. From Ja.iv.353 it appears that it was a product of the north, probably Nepal (cp. J.P.T.S. 1889, 203); enumerated as one of the 6 kinds of cīvaras …

kamma →

pts

…k˚lakkhaṇa k˚-samādāna.

  1. (Interaction)
    1. in subjective relation.
      1. character of interaction as regards action; action or…

kammaniya →

pts

Kammanīya, ˚iya & kammañña

adjective “workable,” fit for work, dexterous, ready, wieldy. Often of citta “with active mind” in formula vigatūpakkilesa mudubhūta k˚ ṭhita ānejjappatta DN.i.76, etc. = M …

kammanīya →

pts

Kammanīya, ˚iya & kammañña

adjective “workable,” fit for work, dexterous, ready, wieldy. Often of citta “with active mind” in formula vigatūpakkilesa mudubhūta k˚ ṭhita ānejjappatta DN.i.76, etc. = M …

kammañña →

pts

Kammanīya, ˚iya & kammañña

adjective “workable,” fit for work, dexterous, ready, wieldy. Often of citta “with active mind” in formula vigatūpakkilesa mudubhūta k˚ ṭhita ānejjappatta DN.i.76, etc. = M …

kandana →

pts

crying, lamenting Pv-a.262

Sk. krandana

kasā →

pts

whip Vin.i.99 (in Uddāna); MN.i.87, etc.; Dhp.143; Mil.197
-kasāhi tāḷeti to whip lash, flog as punishment for malefactors here, as…

kata →

pts

(& sometimes; kaṭa) done, worked, made. Extremely rare as v. trs. in the common meaning of E. make, Ger. machen, or Fr. faire (see the cognate kapp and jan, also uppajjati & viss …

kathali →

pts

(metri causâ) = next, in the Uddāna at Vin.ii.234

kathā →

pts

…of “holiness,” viz. dānakathā, sīla˚, sagga˚, magga˚ (see anupubba) Vin.i.15; AN.iii.184; AN.iv.186, AN.iv.209,…

kaññā →

pts

…nymph Ja.i.61.

  • -dāna giving away of a girl in marriage Pgdp.85

from kanīna young, compar. kanīyah, superl….

kaṃsa →

pts

  1. bronze Mil.2 magnified by late commentators occasionally into silver or gold. Thus Ja.vi.504 (silver) and Ja.i.338; Ja.iv.107 Ja.vi.509 (gold), considered more suitable to a fairy king
  2. a bronze …

kaṅkhā →

pts

  1. doubt, uncertainty SN.i.181; SN.iii.203 (dukkhe k. etc.; cp. Cnd.1); Snp.541, Snp.1149; ˚ṃ vinayati Snp.58, Snp.559, Snp.1025; k. pahīyati Pts.ii.62; combined with vimati: DN.i. …

kaṭacchu →

pts

…of food at the Mahādāna Pv-a.135.

kaṭuka →

pts

adjective sharp, bitter, acid, severe

  1. severe, sharp (fig.), of dukkha, vedanā, kāmā, etc MN.i.10 = AN.ii.143; Ja.vi.115; Thig.451 (= Thag-a.281) SN-a.56
    ■ painful, terrible, frightful (-ap …

khama →

pts

…bhikkhu (kh. rūpānaṃ, saddānaṃ, etc.; indulgent as regards sights, sounds, etc.) AN.iii.113 = AN.iii.138; the same applied to the king’s…

khandati →

pts

to jump, only in cpd. pakkhandati; given as root khand at Dhtm.196 with meaning “pakkhandana.”

skand

khandha →

pts

…in connection with upādāna. 1. As regards their origin they are characterized as chandamūlakā “rooted in…

khara →

pts

Khara1

  1. (adj.) rough, hard, sharp; painful DN.ii.127 (ābādha); Ja.iii.26 (vedanā) Mil.26 (+ sakkhara-kaṭhala-vālikā), Pv-a.152 (loma, shaggy hair; cp. Np. Khara-loma-yakkha Vism.208 …

khaya →

pts

…s. v.: āyu˚, upadhi˚, upādāna˚, jāti˚, jīvita˚ taṇha˚, dukkha˚, puñña˚, bhava˚, loka˚, saṃyojana sabbadhamma˚, samudda˚.

*…

khaṇḍa →

pts

  1. (adj.) broken, usually of teeth; Thig.260 (= Thag-a.211); Mil.342; Vism.51.
  2. (m. nt.) a broken piece, a bit, camma˚ a strip of hide Vin.ii.122; coḷa˚ a bit of cloth Pv-a.70; pilotika˚ bits of r …

khura →

pts

Khura1

the hoof of an animal Vv.64#10 (of a horse = turagānaṃ khuranipāta, the clattering of a horse’s hoof Vv-a.279), cp. Sk. kṣura, a monkey’s claw Sp. Avs.i.236.

khura-kāse MN.i.44 …

khādana →

pts

the act of eating (or being eaten) Pv-a.158
■ adj. f. khādanī the eater Dpvs.238; khādana at Ja.ii.405 is to be read as ni˚ (q.v.). Cp. vi˚.

khīra →

pts

milk, milky fluid, milky juice Vin.i.243; Vin.ii.301; MN.i.343 sq. = AN.ii.207 = Pp.56; AN.ii.95 (in simile with dadhi, navanīta, sappi, sappi-maṇḍa) DN.i.201; Dhp-a.i.98; enumerated with *[dadhi](/ …

kikī →

pts

…jay?), in simile fr. the Apadāna of a hen watching her egg Vism.36 (aṇḍaṃ anurakkhamānā) Ja.iii.375 (rakkhati); cp. Snp-a.317 (kikī…

kilesa →

pts

…saṁyojana˚ upādāna˚

  • -māra death which is the consequence of sinful desire Dhp-a.i.317 (in explanation of Māra) *…

kiriya →

pts

…actions SN.i.101; SN.v.456; dāna˚ the bestowing of gifts Pv-a.123 pāpa˚ commission of sin Pp.19 = Pp.23; puñña˚ the performance of good…

kiriyā →

pts

…actions SN.i.101; SN.v.456; dāna˚ the bestowing of gifts Pv-a.123 pāpa˚ commission of sin Pp.19 = Pp.23; puñña˚ the performance of good…

kiñcana →

pts

…kiñcanaṃ akiñcanaṃ anādānaṃ tam ahaṃ brūmi brāhmaṇan“ Dhp.421 = Snp.645, cf. Thig.537 kāme akiñcano “not attached to kāma”…

klesa →

pts

…saṁyojana˚ upādāna˚

  • -māra death which is the consequence of sinful desire Dhp-a.i.317 (in explanation of Māra) *…

kriyā →

pts

…actions SN.i.101; SN.v.456; dāna˚ the bestowing of gifts Pv-a.123 pāpa˚ commission of sin Pp.19 = Pp.23; puñña˚ the performance of good…

ku →

pts

…where? Snp.270
■ ˚nidāna having its foundation or origin in what? Snp.270, Snp.864 sq. 2. Kudā at what time, when? (cp. kadā) Pp.27…

kummāsa →

pts

junket, usually with odana, boiled rice. In formula of kāya (cātummahābhūtika etc., see kāya) DN.i.76 = MN.ii.17 and ≈; in enum. of material food (kabaḷinkārâhāra) …

kusa →

pts

…grass Dhp.70; Vv-a.73 (cp. Udānavarga p. 105);

kusala →

pts

adjective

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

kuṭṭa →

pts

Kuṭṭa1

powder. Sāsapa˚ mustard powder Vin.i.205; Vin.ii.151 (at the latter passage to be read for ˚kuḍḍa, cp. Vin Texts iii.171), Vin.ii.205.

cp. koṭṭeti, kuṭ; to crush, which is expl …

kāla →

pts

Kāla & Kāḷa

Preliminary

  1. dark (syn. kaṇha, which cp. for meaning and applications), black, blueblack, misty, cloudy. Its proper sphere of application is the dark as opposed to light, and i …

kāma →

pts

…Vv-a.79;

  • -upādāna clinging to sensuality arising from taṇhā, as k˚ diṭṭhi˚ sīlabbata˚, attavāda…

kāraṇa →

pts

,

    1. a deed, action, performance, esp. an act imposed or inflicted upon somebody by a higher authority (by the king as representative of justice or by kamma MN.iii.181; see *kamma

kāya →

pts

…ācayo pi apacayo pi ādānam pi nikkhepanam pi SN.ii.94
■ This body is eaten by crows and vultures after its death: SN.v.370….

kāḷa →

pts

Kāla & Kāḷa

Preliminary

  1. dark (syn. kaṇha, which cp. for meaning and applications), black, blueblack, misty, cloudy. Its proper sphere of application is the dark as opposed to light, and i …

laya →

pts

…in music, equal time, rhythm Dāvs iv.50; Vv-a.183 (dvādasannaṃ laya-bhedānaṃ vasena pabheda).

cp. Sk. laya: see…

lañca →

pts

…volañjanaka˚).

  • -dāna gift of bribes, bribery Ja.iii.205
  • -vittaka one who gets rich through…

lohita →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) red: rarely by itself (e.g. MN.ii.17), usually in compounds e.g. -abhijāti the red species (q.v.) AN.iii.383; -kasiṇa the artifice of red DN.iii.268; AN.i.41; Dhs.203; …

loka →

pts

…3 vedanā; 4 āhārā; 5 upādāna-kkhandhā 6 ajjhattikāni āyatanāni (their rise & decay as “lokassa samudaya & atthangama” at SN.iv.87); 7…

lumpati →

pts

to break, harm, injure; to attack plunder; with a strong touch of affection (sympathy or desire) lubh in it [cp. lup: Gr. λύπη; ruj: roga], which is still more evident in Intens. *[loluppa](/def …

lunana →

pts

cutting, severing Snp-a.148 (niddānan ti chedanaṃ lunanaṃ uppāṭanaṃ).

for lūna(na), cp. lavana

lunāti →

pts

to cut, cut off, mow, reap Mil.33 (yavalāvakā yavaṃ lunanti); Dhs-a.39
pp lūna (& luta); -Caus I. lāvayati Mhvs.10, Mhvs.30; Caus. ii. lavāpeti to cause to mow Vin.ii.180 …

lāyati →

pts

… ■ The Dhtp. has a root in meaning “ādāna (No. 370)

lūkha →

pts

…(cittasmiṃ paṇīte… dānaṃ lūkhaṃ na hoti); Cnd.342 (p. 182, in exegesis of nikkuha, where practices of ascetics…

mada →

pts

  1. intoxication, sensual excess, in formula davāya madāya maṇḍanāya (for purposes of sport, excess, personal charm etc. MN.i.355 = AN.ii.40 = Mnd.496 = Cnd.540 = Pp.21 = Dhs.1346, Dhs.1348. The comm …

madana →

pts

lit. making drunk, intoxication Cnd.540 C. (in formula davāya madāya madanāya instead of maṇḍanāya: see under mada 1); in cpd -yuta intoxicated, a name for the Yakkhas Ja.i.204. C …

maddana →

pts

  1. crushing, grinding, destroying Ja.iv.26; Mil.21 (adj., + mathana) Sdhp.449; Dhtp.156.
  2. threshing Mil.360

■ See also nimmaddana, pamaddana, parimaddana.

cp. Epic Sk. mardana, fr. mṛd

maddin →

pts

adjective crushing, destroying Sdhp.218. Cp. pamaddin.

fr. mṛd, cp. Sk. mardin = mardana

mahant →

pts

…Ja.vi.40.

  • -dāna (see under dāna) the great gift (to the bhikkhus) a special great offering…

manta →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.361 (tinnaṃ vedānaṃ pāragū m- a. brāhmaṇo).

  • -ajjhena study of the Vedas Snp-a.314. *…

mathana →

pts

adj. nt. shaking up, crushing, harassing, confusing Mil.21 (+ maddana); Dhp-a.i.312; Pv-a.265.

fr. math

matta →

pts

…(n. m. nipphalā, attano dānaphalassa bhāgino eva honti).

i.e. mattā used as adj.

Matta2

intoxicated (with), full of joy about…

maya →

pts

…Vv.2#1 2. consisting in: dāna˚ giving, alms Pv-a.8 Pv-a.9; dussa˚ clothes Vv.467 3. dhamma˚ righteousness SN.i.137 4….

maṅkati →

pts

is given as root maṅk (aor. maki) at Dhtm.13, in meaning maṇḍana, i.e. adornment. It is meant to be an expln of mankato?

maṇḍana →

pts

ornament, adornment, finery DN.i.5, DN.i.7; Ja.vi.64; Pp.21, Pp.58; Vb.351; Vb-a.477 Dhtm.13. See under mada.

  • -ānuyoga practice of ornamenting, fondness of finery Vin.i.190.

medhaga →

pts

Medhaga & ˚ka

quarrel, strife Vin.ii.88 (˚ka) Thig.344; Snp.893, Snp.894 (= kalaha, bhaṇḍana, viggaha vivāda Mnd.302, Mnd.303), Snp.935 (T. ˚ka; Mnd.402 & Mnd.406 ˚ga with variant reading SS ˚ka); Dh …

medhaka →

pts

Medhaga & ˚ka

quarrel, strife Vin.ii.88 (˚ka) Thig.344; Snp.893, Snp.894 (= kalaha, bhaṇḍana, viggaha vivāda Mnd.302, Mnd.303), Snp.935 (T. ˚ka; Mnd.402 & Mnd.406 ˚ga with variant reading SS ˚ka); Dh …

mejjha →

pts

…(explained at Dhs-a.254 by “yaṃ… citta-santānaṃ mejjhaṃ bhaveyya suci-vodānaṃ taṃ duṭṭhaṃ mejjhaṃ iminā ti…

missaka →

pts

adjective noun

  1. mixed, combined Ja.ii.8 (phalika˚ rajata-pabbata mountain of silver mixed with crystal); Vb-a.16 (lokiya-lokuttara˚); usually ˚-, like -āhāra mixed food Dhp-a.ii.101; *-upp …

modana →

pts

satisfaction, rejoicing Sdhp.229. Cp. sam˚.

fr. mud

modanā →

pts

blending (?); Cy. expln at Dhs-a.143 of term āmodanā.

fr. mud

muccana →

pts

…be corrected from mañcana!) Pv-a.132 (variant reading dāna)

abstr. fr. muc

mukha →

pts

…Ja.iii.55 by way of a gift (dānamukhe), Ja.iv.266 (bahūhi mukhehi)
apāya˚; cause of ruin or loss AN.ii.166; AN.iv.283. 5. front…

munana →

pts

fathoming, recognising, knowing; a C. word to explain “muni,” used by Dhpāla at Vv-a.114 (mahā-isibhūtaṃ… mahanten’ eva ñāṇena munanato paricchindanato mahā muniṃ), & Vv-a.231 (anavasesassa ñeyyass …

muñcana →

pts

…be corrected from mañcana!) Pv-a.132 (variant reading dāna)

abstr. fr. muc

muṇḍana →

pts

shaving, tonsure Dhp-a.iii.391

fr. muṇḍa

māluvā →

pts

(long) creeper MN.i.306; SN.i.207; AN.i.202 sq.; Snp.272; Dhp.162, Dhp.334; Ja.iii.389 Ja.v.205, Ja.v.215, Ja.v.389; Ja.v.205, Ja.v.215, Ja.v.389; Ja.vi.528 (phandana˚) Dhp-a.iii.152; Dhp-a.iv.43

mālā →

pts

…gifts to a bhikkhu: see dāna, deyyadhamma & yañña); Pv-a.4 = Ja.iii.59 (ratta- kaṇavera˚ a wreath of red K. flowers…

mānana →

pts

Mānanā (f.) paying honour or respect; reverence, respect SN.i.66; Ja.ii.138; Pp.19, Pp.22; Mil.377 (with sakkāra, vandana, pūjana & apaciti) Dhs.1121; Dhs-a.373
■ Cp. vi˚, sam˚.

fr. māna1

mūla →

pts

…defined as “hetu, nidāna, sambhava” etc. at Cnd. s.v.; Snp.14 = Snp.369 (akusalā mũlā n. pl. = ākāra or patiṭṭhā Snp-a.23);…

nadana →

pts

roaring Ja.i.19 (sīhanāda˚ the sound of a lion’s roar).

cp. Sk. nadanu

nahāpana →

pts

bathing, washing (trs.) DN.i.7, DN.i.12; AN.i.62, AN.i.132; AN.ii.70; AN.iv.54; Iti.111 (ucchādana +); Vv-a.305 (udakadāna +).

nandaka →

pts

adjective giving pleasure, pleasing, full of joy; (f.) nandikā Ja.iv.396 (+ khiḍḍā), either as adj or f. abstract pleasure, rejoicing (= abhindandanā Commentary)

Sk. nandikā

nandanā →

pts

rejoicing, delight, pleasure SN.i.6 = Snp.33.

Sk. nandanā

nandi →

pts

…(āhāre); SN.iii.14 (= upādāna), SN.iv.36 sq.; AN.ii.10 (kāma˚, bhava˚, diṭṭhi˚), AN.iii.246, AN.iv.423 sq. (dhamma˚); Snp.1055 (+…

nandin →

pts

adjective finding or giving delight, delighting in, pleasurable, gladdening. SN.ii.53 (vedanā) AN.ii.59 AN.ii.61 Iti.112

Sk. nandin

nava →

pts

…veyyākaraṇaṃ gāthā udānaṃ itivuttakaṃ jātakaṃ abbhutadhammaṃ vedallaṃ MN.i.133; AN.ii.103, AN.ii.178; AN.iii.86 sq., AN.iii.177…

nekkhamma →

pts

…paviveka, avyāpajjha upādānakkhaya, taṇhakkhaya, asammoha) Vin.i.183; AN.iii.376;

  • -ābhirata fond of renunciation AN.iv.224 AN.v.175;…

nerayika →

pts

adjective belonging to niraya or purgatory, hellish; one doomed to suffering in purgatory (n. satta = inhabitant of n. Vin.ii.205 (āpāyiko n. kappaṭṭho); Vin.iv.7; DN.iii.6, DN.iii.9, DN.iii.12; AN.i. …

nibbuta →

pts

adjective (lit.) extinguished (of fire), cooled, quenched (fig. desireless (often with nicchāta & sītibhūta), appeased pleased, happy

  1. (lit.) aggi anāhāro n. MN.i.487; Snp.19 (ginī n. = magga-sali …

nibbāna →

pts

(aggikkhandho purimassa upādānassa pariyādānā aññassa ca anupāhārā anāhāro nibbāyeyya, as a fire would go out, bereft of food because…

nibbāyati →

pts

…purimassa ca upādānassa puriyādānā aññassa ca anupāhārā anāhāro nibbāyeyya SN.ii.85 (opp. jāleyya); do. of telaṃ &…

nicca →

pts

…constantly Cnd.345;

  • -dāna a perpetual gift DN.i.144 (cp. DN-a.i.302);
  • -bhatta a continuous…

nicchāta →

pts

having no hunger, being without cravings, stilled, satisfied. Epithet of an Arahant always in combination with nibbuta or parinibbuta: SN.iii.26 (tanhaṃ a …

niddāna →

pts

…Snp-a.148) = SN.i.172; K.S. i.319, cp. niḍḍāyati.

Sk. *nirdāna, nis + dāna of dayati2, Sk. dāti, cp. dātta

nidhāna →

pts

…(nidhi˚); Pv-a.7 (udaka-dāna-nīharaṇa-n˚), Pv-a.97 (n-gata dhana = hoarded, accumulated), Pv-a.132 (˚ṃ nidhessāmi gather a…

nidāna →

pts

…Pv.iv.1#61 (through whom = yaṃ nimittaṃ Pv-a.242); Pv-a.281; ito˚ by this Cnd.291#2.

Sk. nidāna, ni + *dāna of , dyati to bind,…

nijjiṇṇa →

pts

adjective destroyed, overcome, exhausted, finished, dead DN.i.96; MN.ii.217; AN.i.221 (vedanākkhayā sabbaṃ dukkhaṃ n. bhavissati) MN.i.93; AN.v.215 sq.; Ne.51.

Sk. nirjīrṇa, nis + jiṇṇa

nikhādana →

pts

“eating down,” a sharp instrument, a spade or (acc. to Morris, J.P.T.S. 1884, 83) a chisel Vin.iii.149 Vin.iv.211; Ja.ii.405 (so read for khādana); Ja.iv.344; Ja.v.45.

Sk. *nikhādana, ni + khādat …

nimitta →

pts

…(yaṃ n˚ṃ = yato nidānaṃ). gahita-nimittena “by means of being caught” Vism.144 = Dhs-a.116 (read translation 154 accordingly!)….

nimmadana →

pts

touching, touch, crushing, subduing AN.ii.34 (mada-nimmadana, crushing out pride; may, however, be taken as nis + mada of mad “de-priding,” lit. disintoxication); Bv.i.81; Vism.293.

to nimmādeti

nimmaddana →

pts

touching, crushing Mil.270 (na vāto hattha-gahaṇaṃ vā nimmaddanaṃ vā upeti the wind cannot be grasped).

nis + mṛd

nindana →

pts

blaming, reviling, finding fault Dhp-a.iii.328.

abstr. fr. nindati

nipphādana →

pts

accomplishment Mil.356; DN-a.i.195.

Sk. niṣpādana, to nipphādeti

nirodha →

pts

…AN.ii.158, AN.ii.161 upādāna˚ SN.iii.14; kāma˚ AN.iii.410 sq.; jāti˚ SN.iv.86 taṇhā˚ DN.iii.216; dukkha˚ DN.iii.136; SN.iii.32,…

nisādana →

pts

grinding Dhp-a.i.308.

= ni + śātana

nisīdana →

pts

sitting down, occasion or opportunity to sit, a mat to sit on Vin.i.295 Vin.ii.123 (˚ena vippavasati); SN.v.259 (˚ṃ gaṇhāti). -paccattharaṇa a mat for sitting on Vin.i.47, Vin.i.295; Vin.ii.209 Vin …

nisūdana →

pts

destroying, slaughtering Mil.242.

ni + sūd

nittaddana →

pts

(better: nitthaddhana) neuter paralysing DN.i.11 (jīvhā˚ = mantena jivhāya thaddhakaraṇa DN-a.i.96 variant reading (gloss) nibandhana).

Sk. *niṣṭambhana, abstr. fr. ni + thaddha = making rigid

nittudana →

pts

pricking, piercing AN.i.65 (text: nittuddana), AN.iii.403 sq.

nis + tudana, abstr. fr. tudati; cp. Sk. nistodā

niyutta →

pts

Niyutta(ka)

adjective tied to, appointed to (with loc.), commissioned, ordered Dhs-a.47; Pv-a.20 (janapade), Pv-a.124 (dānâdhikāre), Pv-a.127 (dāne).

pp. of niyuñjati

niyuttaka →

pts

Niyutta(ka)

adjective tied to, appointed to (with loc.), commissioned, ordered Dhs-a.47; Pv-a.20 (janapade), Pv-a.124 (dānâdhikāre), Pv-a.127 (dāne).

pp. of niyuñjati

nāma →

pts

name.

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

nānatta →

pts

(nt. m.) diversity, variety, manifoldness, multiformity, distraction; all sorts of (opp. ekatta, cp. MN.i.364: “the multiformity of sensuous impressions,” M.A.). Enumn of diversity as nānat …

nāḷikā →

pts

stalk, shaft; a tube, pipe or cylinder for holding anything; a small measure of capacity Vin.ii.116 (sūci˚, cp. sūcighara, needle-case) DN.i.7 (= bhesajja˚ DN-a.i.89); AN.i.210; Ja.i.123 (taṇḍula a …

odana →

pts

boiled (milk-)rice, gruel Vin.ii.214 (m.); DN.i.76, DN.i.105; SN.i.82 (nāḷik˚); Dhp-a.iv.17 (id.); AN.iii.49; AN.iv.231; Snp.18; Ja.iii.425 (til˚ m.) Dhs.646, Dhs.740, Dhs.875; Pv-a.73; Vv-a.98; S …

odanika →

pts

cook Ja.iii.49.

fr. odana

odaniya →

pts

adjective belonging to rice-gruel, made of rice-gruel Vin.iii.59 (˚ghara a ricekitchen); Vv-a.73 (˚surā rice-liquor).

fr. odana, cp. Sk. odanika

ogha →

pts

…at Vism.211. The later history of the word has yet to be investigated. But it may be already stated that the…

ojā →

pts

…form is oja, e.g. ojadāna Ja.v.243 ojaṭṭhamaka (rūpa) Vism.341

Vedic ojas nt., also BSk. oja nt. Divy.105; fr. *aug to increase,…

okkhita →

pts

besprinkled, bestrewn with (-˚) Thig.145 (candan˚ = candanânulitta Thag-a.137); Ja.v.72 (so in variant reading T. reads okkita; C. explains by okiṇṇa parikkita parivārita).

pp. of ava + ukkhati, S …

opakkamika →

pts

adjective characterising a sensation of pain: attacking suddenly, spasmodic, acute; always in connection with ābādha or vedanā MN.i.92, MN.i.241; SN.iv.230 = AN …

opapaccayika →

pts

adjective having the characteristic of being born without parents, as deva Ne.28 (upādāna).

= opapātika

osīdana →

pts

sinking Dhs-a.363.

fr. osīdati

pabhedana →

pts

breaking up, destruction Snp.1105 (avijjāya˚ = bhedanaṃ pahānaṃ etc. Cnd.403).

cp. pabheda

pabodhana →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (nt.) awakening waking, arising Dhp-a.i.232 (˚codana-kamma).
  2. (adj. arousing (or realising?) Vv.64#22 (= kata-pīti-pabodhano Vv-a.282); awaking Thag.893 (samma-tāḷa˚).

fr. pabodhati

paccatta →

pts

adjective separate, individual; usually acc. -ṃ adv. separately, individually, singly, by himself in his own heart DN.i.24 (yeva nibbuti viditā); DA on DN.ii.77 = attano attano abbhantare; MN.i.251 …

paccattharaṇa →

pts

something spread against, i.e. under or over, a cover, spread, rug, cushion or carpet to sit on bedding of a couch (nisīdana˚) Vin.i.47, Vin.i.295, Vin.i.296 Vin.ii.208, Vin.ii.218; DN.i.7 (kadali-mi …

paccaya →

pts

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

  1. (lit.) support, req …

pacchaḍḍana →

pts

vomiting, throwing out Sdhp.137.

pa + chaḍḍana

pacchedana →

pts

breaking, cutting DN-a.i.141.

fr. pa + chid

pacchindati →

pts

…Vin.iv.272; Ja.i.119 (kathaṃ ˚itvā), Ja.i.148 (kathaṃ ˚ituṃ); Ja.iv.59; Pv-a.78 (dānavidhiṃ ˚i). 2. to bring up (food), to vomit…

padhāniya →

pts

adjective belonging to or connected with exertion, worthy of being pursued in cpd. -aṅga (nt.) a quality to be striven after, of which there are 5 expressed in the attributes of one who attains the …

padāna →

pts

…translates padāna by “footstep, footprint.” See also sampadāna.

fr. pa +

pahāra →

pts

…MN.i.123; Dhp-a.iii.48 (˚dāna-sikkhāpada the precepts concerning those guilty of giving blows cp. Vin.iv.146) Pv-a.4 (ekappahārena with one…

pakka →

pts

adjective

  1. ripe (opp. āma raw, as Vedic; and apakka) and also “cooked, boiled, baked” SN.i.97 (opp. āmaka); SN.iv.324 (˚bhikkhā); Snp.576; Ja.v.286
    ■ nt. pakkaṃ that which is ripe, i.e. a fr …

pakkhandana →

pts

  1. leaping, springing Ja.ii.32; Pts.1.194 (pariccāga- & pakkh˚-nissagga).
  2. attack, assault, chasing Dhp-a.i.198.

fr. pakkhandati

pamaddana →

pts

adj. nt. crushing, defeating, overcoming DN.i.89 (˚parasena˚); Snp.p.106 (id. = maddituṃ samattho Snp-a.450); Snp.561 (Mārasena˚); DN-a.i.250.

fr. pamaddati

pamaddin →

pts

adjective crushing, able to crush, powerful, mighty Ja.iv.26 (= maddana-samattha C.).

fr. pa + mṛd

pamadā →

pts

…Ja.iii.442 (marapamadānaṃ issaro; variant reading samuddā), Ja.iii.530 (variant reading pamuda pamoda).

Classical Sk. pramadā, fr….

pamatta →

pts

…Pv.iv.1#38; Pv-a.66 (dānaṃ detha etc.), Pv-a.219, Pv-a.278. See also appamatta2.

-cārin acting…

pamodanā →

pts

delight, joy, satisfaction Dhs.9, Dhs.86, Dhs.285 (āmodanā +).

fr. pa + mud

panūdana →

pts

removal, dispelling, rejection Snp.252 (sabba-dukkhâpanūdana Snp-a.293 should be read as sabba-dukkha-apanūdana, as at Vin.ii.148 = Ja.i.94), Snp.1106 (= pahānaṃ etc. Cnd.396).

fr. panudati

papā →

pts

…SN.i.33 = Kv.345 (= pānīyadāna-sālā SA); SN.i.100 (read papañ ca vivane); Ja.i.109; Dhp-a.iii.349 = Ja.i.302 (= pānīya-cāṭī C.);…

para →

pts

…others); Pv.ii.9#19 (parassa dānaṃ); Pv.ii.9#43 (pare, loc. paramhi parassa Pv-a.130); Dhp-a.iv.182 (gen. pl.); Pv-a.15, Pv-a.60 (paresaṃ…

paramatā →

pts

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

pari →

pts

…κα ̓τ εςοξήν: ˚ādāna consummation, ˚āpanna gone completely into, ˚odāta very pure, ˚osāna complete end, ˚gūhati to hide well,…

paricchindana →

pts

“cutting up,” definition, analysis Vv-a.114.

fr. paricchindati

paricchindanaka →

pts

adjective marking out, defining, analysing, Dhs-a.157 (ñāṇa).

fr. pari + chind

paricchādanā →

pts

covering, hiding, concealing Pp.19 = Pp.23 = Vb.358.

fr. pari + chad

pariccāga →

pts

…(to the poor), liberality Dhs-a.157 Snp-a.295 (mahā˚, corresponding to mahādāna) Pv-a.7f. Pv-a.27, Pv-a.120 sq., Pv-a.124.

fr….

parikkhaya →

pts

…(dhanasannicayo ˚ṃ na gamissati). In the latter phrase freq combined with pariyādāna (q.v.).

fr. pari +…

parikkhāra →

pts

…citta-parikkhār atthaṃ dānaṃ), AN.iv.236 (id.); Ja.iii.470 (sabba˚-sampannaṃ dānaṃ with all that belongs to it); Ja.v.232; Snp.307…

parimaddana →

pts

rubbing, kneading, shampooing, massage; usually in stock phrase (kāyo anicc’-ucchādana-parimaddana-bhedana-viddhaṃsanadhammo DN.i.76 (cp. DN-a.i.88, but trsld at Dial. i.87 as “sub …

paripphosita →

pts

sprinkled all round Ja.vi.51, Ja.vi.481 (candana sāra˚).

pp. of paripphoseti

paritassanā →

pts

trembling, fear; nervousness, worry; excitement, longing DN.i.17 (= ubbijjanā phandanā etc. DN-a.i.111); MN.i.136 MN.iii.227; SN.iii.15 sq., SN.iii.133; Mil.253, Mil.400
■ neg. SN.iii.15; MN.i …

parivaṭṭa →

pts

…SN.iii.59 (pañcupādāna-kkhandhe, cp aṭṭha-parivaṭṭa-adhideva-ñāṇadassana AN.iv.304); and ñāti˚; circle of relatives…

parivāra →

pts

…Mil.290 (sa˚ dāna); DN-a.i.297 (= parikkhārā). 4. as N. it is the name of the last book of the Vinaya Piṭaka (“The…

parivāsa →

pts

…Ud.7 (eka-ratti˚).

  • -dāna the allowance of probation AN.i.99.

fr. pari + vas2, cp. Epic Sk. parivāsa only…

pariyanta →

pts

  1. limit, end, climax, border SN.i.80 (manāpa˚ “limit-point in enjoyment”; cp. C. nipphattikaṃ koṭikaṃ K.S. 320) Ja.i.149 (hattha-pāda˚ hoofs), Ja.i.221 (udaka˚), Ja.i.223 (sara˚), Ja.ii.200 (anga …

pariyantika →

pts

adjective (-˚) ending in, bounded or limited by SN.ii.83 = AN.ii.198 (kāya-p. ˚ā & jīvita-p ˚ā vedanā); Vism.69 (bhojana˚, udaka˚, āsana˚) Sdhp.440 (kāla˚ sīla).

fr. pariyanta

pariyodāta →

pts

…(+ ; see pariyāpadāna); Pp.60; DN-a.i.219; Dhp-a.iv.72 (+); Vv-a.138. 2. very clever, accomplished,…

pariyādāna →

pts

…gacchati Divy.567; Avs.i.48; Avs.ii.193.

pari + ādāna, opp. upādāna

pariyāpadāna →

pts

…as parisuddha after variant reading pariyodāta which was prob misread for pariyodāna), 370.

pari + apadāna, the latter for ava˚, and…

pariññā →

pts

Pariññā1

feminine accurate or exact knowledge, comprehension full understanding MN.i.66, MN.i.84; SN.iii.26 (yo rāgakkhayo dosā˚ moha˚ ayaṃ vuccati p.), SN.iii.159 sq., SN.iii.191; SN.iv.1 …

parāyana →

pts

Parāyana & Parāyaṇa

neuter

  1. (n.) final end, i.e. support, rest, relief SN.i.38; AN.i.155, AN.i.156 (tāṇa lena dīpa etc.); Ja.v.501 = Ja.vi.375 (dīpañ ca p.).
  2. (adj. ˚)
    1. going through to, en …

parāyaṇa →

pts

Parāyana & Parāyaṇa

neuter

  1. (n.) final end, i.e. support, rest, relief SN.i.38; AN.i.155, AN.i.156 (tāṇa lena dīpa etc.); Ja.v.501 = Ja.vi.375 (dīpañ ca p.).
  2. (adj. ˚)
    1. going through to, en …

passaddhi →

pts

calmness, tranquillity, repose, serenity MN.iii.86; SN.ii.30; SN.iv.78; SN.v.66; AN.iv.455 sq.; Pts.ii.244; Dhs.40 (kāya˚), Dhs.41 (citta˚), cp. Dhs trsl. 23; Vism.129; Vb-a.314 (kāya˚, citta˚); Dh …

pasādana →

pts

  1. happy state, reconciliation, purity Pv-a.132.
  2. granting graces, gratification Dhp-a.iii.3 (brahmaṇo mama p. ˚ṭṭhāne pasīdati he is gracious instead of me giving graces)

■ Cp. sam˚.

fr. pa + sad

pasīdana →

pts

calming, happiness, purification Pts.ii.121 (SS passādana).

fr. pasīdati

pati →

pts

…see under gavam˚, gaha˚, dāna˚, yūtha˚, senā˚. 2. husband SN.i.210; Snp.314; Ja.iii.138; Pv-a.161. See also sapatika (with her husband),…

patti →

pts

…See sam˚.

  • -dāna an assigned or accredited gift, giving of merit (as permanent acquisition), transference of merit Vv-a.188…

pavatteti →

pts

…to give forth bestow, give (dānaṃ a gift) Vin.iv.5 (spelt ṭṭ); Pv-a.19 Pv-a.123, Pv-a.139. 4. to continue, keep on, practise, go on with…

pavedana →

pts

making known, telling, proclamation, announcement only in stanza “nisīd ambavane ramme yāva kālappavedanā,” until the announcement of the time (of death) Thag.563 (translation “until the hour should b …

pañca →

pts

…5 kinds of food: odāna kummāsa, sattu, maccha, maṃsa Vin.iv.176. -macchariyāni 5 kinds of selfishness: āvāsa˚ kula˚ lābha…

paṭi →

pts

…uggamanam p.); Mil.116 (dānam p.); Pv-a.154 (paṭi Gangaṃ against the G.)
■ Most freq. combinations are: paṭi + ā (patiyā˚)…

paṭicca-samuppāda →

pts

…is also called the Nidāna (“basis,” or “ground,” i.e. cause) doctrine, or the Paccay’ ākāra (“related-condition”), and…

paṭicchādana →

pts

covering, hiding, concealment MN.i.10; AN.iii.352; Vb.357 = Snp-a.180.

fr. paṭicchādeti

paṭicodana →

pts

rebuking, scolding (back) Dhs-a.393.

abstr. fr. paṭicodeti

paṭidāna →

pts

reward, restitution, gift Pv-a.80.

paṭi + dāna

paṭihaṅkhati →

pts

only in one stock phrase viz. purāṇañ ca vedanaṃ paṭihankhāmi navañ ca vedanaṃ na uppādessāmi “I shall destroy any old feeling and not produce any new” SN.iv.104 = AN.ii.40 AN.iii.388 = AN.iv.167 = Mn …

paṭinissagga →

pts

…Pp.19 Pp.21, Pp.22
■ ādāna˚ SN.v.24; AN.v.233, AN.v.253 sq.; upadhi˚ Iti.46, Iti.62; sabbûpadhi˚ SN.i.136; SN.iii.133 SN.v.226; AN.i.49;…

paṭirodana →

pts

replying through crying Ja.iii.80.

paṭi + rodana

paṭirodati →

pts

to cry in return, to reply by crying Ja.iii.80; pp. paṭirodita = paṭirodana.

paṭi + rodati of rud

paṭivinodana →

pts

removal, driving out, explusion AN.ii.48, AN.ii.50; Mil.320.

fr. paṭivinodeti

paṭuppādana →

pts

subtraction (opp. sankalana) DN-a.i.95. The word is not clear (cp. Dial. i.22).

paṭa (?) + upp˚

paṭṭhahati →

pts

…Pv.ii.9#24 (fut. ˚ayissati dānaṃ, variant reading paṭṭhayissati; explained by pavattessati Pv-a.123); Ja.i.117; Pv-a.54 (bhattaṃ),…

peta →

pts

…tiracchāna-gata) AN.v.269 (dānaṃ petānaṃ upakappati); Ja.iv.495 sq (yakkhā pisācā petā, cp. preta-piśācayoḥ MBhār. 13 732); Vb.412…

peṇāhikā →

pts

species of bird (crane?) Mil.364, Mil.402; shortened to peṇāhi at Mil.407 (in the uddāna). Cp. Mil trsl. ii.343.

dial.; etym. uncertain

phala →

pts

Cpd. 50) Mil.342.

  • -dāna gift of fruit Vb-a.337.
  • -dāyin giver of fruit Vv.67#6
  • -pacchi

phandana →

pts

  1. (adj.) throbbing, trembling, wavering Dhp.33 (phandanaṃ capalaṃ); Ja.vi.528 (˚māluvā trembling creeper) Dhp-a.i.50 (issa˚ throbbing with envy).
  2. (m.) Name of a tree Dalbergia (aspen?) AN.i.202; …

phandanā →

pts

throbbing, agitation, movement, motion Snp-a.245 (calanā +); DN-a.i.111; Ne.88 C. cp. iñjanā.

fr. phandati

phandita →

pts

throbbing, flashing; throb MN.ii.24 (˚mattā “by his throbbings only”); pl phanditāni “vapourings,” imaginings Vb.390 (where Vb-a.513 only says “phandanato phanditaṃ”) cp Brethren 344.

pp. of phandati

phassa →

pts

Phassa1

contact, touch (as sense or sense-impression, for which usually phoṭṭhabbaṃ). It is the fundamental fact in a sense impression and consists of a combination of the sense, the ob …

phosita →

pts

sprinkled Ja.vi.47 (candana˚, variant reading pusita).

pp. of phoseti, cp. Sk. pruṣita

piṃsati →

pts

Piṃsati1

to adorn, form, embellish; orig. to prick, cut. Perhaps piṃsare (3. pl. med.) Ja.v.202 belongs here, in meaning “tinkle, sound” (lit. prick) explained in C. by viravati. Other d …

piṇḍa →

pts

  1. a lump, ball, thick (& round mass SN.i.206 (aṭṭhīyaka˚); Pv.iii.5#5 (nonīta˚); Vv-a.62 (kummāsa˚), Vv-a.65; Sdhp.529 (ayo˚).
  2. a lump of food esp. of alms, alms given as food SN.i.76; Snp.217, S …

piṭaka →

pts

…Vism.384 (tiṇṇaṃ Vedānaṃ uggahaṇaṃ, tiṇṇaṃ Piṭakānaṃ uggahaṇaṃ); Snp-a.110, Snp-a.403; Dhp-a.iii.262…

piṭṭha →

pts

…Pv-a.16, Pv-a.19 (cp. uddāna to the 1st vagga p. 67 piṭṭhi & reading piṇḍa˚ on p. 17); *…

pubbaka →

pts

…Avs.i.296, Avs.i.322. 3. (-˚) accompanied or preceded by Thag-a.74 (guṇ’ âbhitthavana udāna); Pv-a.122 (puññânumodana˚…

pucchā →

pts

question Snp.1023; Snp-a.46, Snp-a.200, Snp-a.230. A system of questions (“questionnaire”) is given in the Niddesa (and Commentaries), consisting of 12 groups of three questions each. In full at Mn …

puppha →

pts

…flowers Dhp-a.i.110.

  • -dāna offering of flowers Vb-a.336.
  • -dāma a wreath or garland of fls….

purindada →

pts

…it popularly as “pure dānaṃ dadātī ti Purindado ti vuccati,” thus pure + ; see also Trenckner, Notes 596; Geiger,

puthujjana →

pts

…exemplifying upādāna and kamma); Dhp-a.i.5 (opp. ariyasāvaka), Dhp-a.i.445 Sdhp.363.

putta →

pts

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

puñña →

pts

…mainly in dāna (dānamayaṃ p.) Pv-a.8, Pv-a.51, Pv-a.60 Pv-a.66, Pv-a.73, but also in vandana

puṭa →

pts

orig. meaning “tube,” container, hollow pocket.

  1. a container, usually made of leaves (cp Ja.iv.436; Ja.v.441; Ja.vi.236), to carry fruit or other viands a pocket, basket: ucchu˚; basket for sugar …

pāra →

pts

…DN.i.88 (tiṇṇaṃ vedānaṃ); Dhp-a.iii.361 (id.).

  • -dārika an adulterer, lit. one of another’s wife SN.ii.259; Ja.iii.43 (so read…

pāramī →

pts

…by a Bodhisatta, viz. dāna˚, sīla˚, nekkhamma˚, paññā˚ viriya˚, khanti˚, sacca˚, adhiṭṭhāna˚, mettā˚, upekhā Ja.i.73;…

pīta →

pts

Pīta1

  1. having drunk or (pred.) being drunk (as liquid) SN.i.212 (madhu˚); Ja.i.198; Pv-a.25 (with asita, khāyita & sāyita as fourfold food).
  2. soaked or saturated with (-˚), in *kasāya …

pīti →

pts

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

pīṇana →

pts

  1. gladdening, thrill, satisfaction Vism.143 = Dhs-a.115.
  2. embellishment Vism.32 (= maṇḍana).

fr. prī, cp. pīti

radati →

pts

to scratch Dhtp.159 cp. rada & radana; tooth Abhp.261.

rad: see etym. at Walde, Lat. Wtb. s. v. rado (“rase”). Given in meaning “vilekhana” at Dhtp.159 & Dhtm.220. Besides this it is given at D …

rahada →

pts

…(˚ṃ iva vippasannaṃ udānaṃ); SN.i.169 = SN.i.183 (dhammo rahado sīla-tittho); Snp.721 = Mil.414 (rahado pūro va paṇḍito) Iti.92…

rajanīya →

pts

adjective of the nature of rajas, i.e. leading to lust, apt to rouse excitement, enticing lustful.

  1. As epithet of rūpa (vedanā saññā etc.) SN.iii.79; also at DN.i.152 sq. (dibbāni …

ratta →

pts

Ratta1

  1. dyed, coloured MN.i.36 (dūratta-vaṇṇa difficult to dye or badly dyed MN-a.167 reads duratta and explains as durañjita-vaṇṇa opp. suratta ibid.); Snp.287 (nānā-rattehi vatthe …

rodana →

pts

crying, weeping Dhp-a.i.28; Pv-a.63, Pv-a.64; Dhtp.144.

fr. rud

rāga →

pts

  1. colour, hue; colouring, dye Vin.ii.107 (anga˚ “rougeing” the body bhikkhū angarāgaṃ karonti); Thag-a.78; Snp-a.315 (nānāvidha˚).
  2. (as t. t. in philosophy & ethics) excitement passion; seldom by …

rājan →

pts

…at Ja.iii.274 as “dāna, sīla, pariccāga, ajjava, maddava, tapo, akkodha, avihiṃsā, khanti avirodhana,” i.e. alms-giving,…

rājā →

pts

…at Ja.iii.274 as “dāna, sīla, pariccāga, ajjava, maddava, tapo, akkodha, avihiṃsā, khanti avirodhana,” i.e. alms-giving,…

rāsi →

pts

…wealth, riches; in -agga-dāna gift of the best treasures (of one’s property), one of the 5 “donations of the best,” viz khett˚, rās˚,…

rūpa →

pts

…otherwise called rūp ūpādāna-kkhandha etc. (e.g. DN.iii.223, DN.iii.278; Vism.443) See khandha ii. B
■ In this property rūpa…

sa →

pts

…a helper MN.iii.266 -upādāna showing attachment MN.ii.265; -upādisesa having the substratum of life remaining Snp.354; Iti.38 Ne.92. Opp….

sa-upādāna →

pts

Savupādāna = sa-upādāna

(AN.ii.163): see upādāna.

sabba →

pts

…as “anavasesa-pariyādānaṃ.” In compound with superlative expressions sabba˚; has the meaning of “(best) of all, quite, very,…

saddana →

pts

making a noise Dhtm.401.

fr. śabd: see saddāyati

sajjeti →

pts

…equip; to fit up, decorate: dānaṃ to give a donation Dhp-a.ii.88; pātheyyaṃ to prepare provisions Ja.iii.343; gehe to construct houses…

sakkacca →

pts

…Mvu.i.10 -kārin zealous SN.iii.267; Mil.94. -dāna MN.iii.24.

orig. ger. of sakkaroti

sakkaccaṃ →

pts

…Mvu.i.10 -kārin zealous SN.iii.267; Mil.94. -dāna MN.iii.24.

orig. ger. of sakkaroti

sakkāya →

pts

…kind of Grasping (see upādāna); it is opposed to Nibbāna, SN.iv.175; is extinguished by the Path, MN.i.299; SN.iii.159;…

samajja →

pts

…Vin.ii.150; Ja.i.394;

  • -dāna giving festivals Mil.278
  • -majjhe on the arena SN.iv.306f. Ja.iii.541
  • -maṇḍala

sammodana →

pts

satisfaction, compliment; -ṃ karoti to exchange politeness, to welcome Vv-a.141, Vv-a.259.

saṃ + modana

sampadāna →

pts

the dative relation Ja.v.214 (upayogatthe), Ja.v.237 (karaṇatthe); Snp-a.499 (˚vacana).

saṃ + padāna

sampakkhandana →

pts

aspiration Mil.34 sq.

saṃ + pakkhandana

sampasādana →

pts

tranquillizing DN.i.37; Dhs.161; Mil.34; Vism.156; Dhs-a.170 (in the description of the second Jhāna); happiness, joy Bv.i.35.

saṃ + pasādana

sampasīdana →

pts

becoming tranquillized Ne.28.

fr. last

sampiṇḍana →

pts

combining, connection, addition Vism.159 (of “ca”); Kp-a.228 (id.); Dhs-a.171.

fr. saṃ + piṇḍ˚

sampādana →

pts

effecting, accomplishment Ne.44; preparing, obtaining Ja.i.80.

fr. sampādeti

samudānaya →

pts

adjective to be procured or attained Ja.iii.313 (su˚).

grd. of samudāneti

samudāneti →

pts

…Snp.295
pp -ānīta.

saṃ + ud + āneti; cp. BSk. samudānayati Divy.26, Divy.50, Divy.490; Avs.i.199

samādāna →

pts

  1. taking, bringing; asamādānacāra (m.) going for alms without taking with one (the usual set of three robes) Vin.i.254.
  2. taking upon oneself,…

sandana →

pts

…trappings DN.ii.188 (read sandāna?).

Sandana2

a chariot Mhvs.21, Mhvs.25; Dpvs.14, 56; Vv.642; Ja.iv.103; Ja.v.264; Ja.vi.22.

cp….

sandhāna →

pts

  1. uniting, conciliation, friendship DN-a.i.74; Dhs-a.113.
  2. bond, fetter Ud.77 (read sandāna?).

fr. saṃ + dhā

sandita →

pts

bound, tied, Thag.290 (diṭṭhi-sandāna˚).

fr. saṃ + : see sandāna

sandāna →

pts

…Snp.622; Ja.ii.32; Ud.77 (text sandhāna); Dhp-a.iv.161.

saṃ + dāna, fr. to bind: see dāma

sapadānaṃ →

pts

…Cnd.646 Also as adj. sapadāna (piṇḍapāta) Vin.ii.214.

fr. phrase sa-padānaṃ-cārikā; i.e. sa2 +…

satthaka →

pts

Satthaka1

neuter a knife, scissors Vin.ii.115 (daṇḍa˚, with a handle); Ja.v.254 (as one of the 8 parikkhāras); Mil.282. aya˚; at Ja.v.338 read -paṭṭaka.

  • *-[nisādana](/define/nisād …

savibhattika →

pts

adjective (able) to be classified Dhs-a.134. Savupadana = sa-upadana

sa3 + vibhatti + ka

savupādāna →

pts

Savupādāna = sa-upādāna

(AN.ii.163): see upādāna.

saṃsandanā →

pts

  1. (lit.) coming together Ja.vi.414 (variant reading for T. saṃsandita).
  2. (fig.) import application, reference, conclusion (lit. “flowing together”) Tikp.264. opamma˚; application of a simile “ter …

saṃsīdana →

pts

Err:501

saṃvadana →

pts

certain magic act performed in order to procure harmony DN.i.11; DN-a.i.96 cp. Dial. i.23.

fr. saṃvadati

saṃvibhāga →

pts

…AN.i.92, AN.i.150; Iti.18 sq., Iti.98, Iti.102; Vv.37#5; Mil.94
dāna˚; (of gifts) Ja.v.331; Vism.306.

saṃ + vibhāga

saṅgaha →

pts

…of sympathy are: dāna, peyyavajja atthacariyā, samānattatā, or liberality, kindly speech, a life of usefulness (Rh. D. at Dial.

saṅkhāra →

pts

…MN.ii.223 (imassa dukkha-nidānassa sankhāraṃ padahato sankhāra-ppadhānā virāgo hoti); SN.iii.69 (ekanta-dukkhā sankhārā); SN.iv.216…

saṅkhāta →

pts

…Pv-a.131 (pariccāga˚ atidāna), Pv-a.163 (caraṇa˚ guṇa).

  • -dhamma one who has examined or recognized the dhamma

siddha →

pts

Siddha1

boiled, cooked Ja.ii.435 (= pakka); Ja.v.201 (˚bhojana); Mil.272; Snp-a.27 (˚bhatta = pakk’odana of Snp.18).

a specific Pali formation fr. sijjati (svid) in meaning “to cook,” …

sikkhati →

pts

… ■ The Dhtp (12) gives “vijj’ opādāna” as meaning

sikkhā →

pts

…training Ja.i.161

  • -samādāna taking the precepts upon oneself Vin.i.146; Mil.162; AN.i.238 sq.; AN.iv.15; AN.v.165. *…

sikkhāpada →

pts

set of precepts, “preceptorial,” code of training; instruction, precept, rule

  1. in general: DN.i.63, DN.i.146, DN.i.250; MN.i.33; AN.i.63, AN.i.235 sq. AN.ii.14, AN.ii.250 sq.; AN.iii.113, AN.iii.26 …

sittha →

pts

lump of boiled rice Vin.ii.165, Vin.ii.214; Ja.i.189, Ja.i.235; Ja.v.387; Ja.vi.358 (odana˚), Ja.vi.365 (yāgu˚); Pv-a.99; sitthatelaka oil of beeswax Vin.ii.107, Vin.ii.151.

  • -āvakārakaṃ (adv.) …

soka →

pts

the flame of fire, later in sense of “burning grief” grief, sorrow, mourning; defined as “socanā socitattaṃ anto-soko… cetaso parijjhāyanā domanassaṃ” at Pts.i.38 = Mnd.128 = Cnd.694; shorter as “ñāt …

su →

pts

…raised SN.v.113. -samudānaya easy to accomplish Ja.iii.313. -sambuddha easy to understand…

sukha →

pts

adjective noun agreeable, pleasant, blest Vin.i.3; Dhp.118, Dhp.194, Dhp.331; Snp.383; paṭipadā, pleasant path, easy progress AN.ii.149 sq.; Dhs.178; kaṇṇa-s. pleasant to the ear DN.i.4; happy, pleas …

surā →

pts

spirituous (intoxicating) liquor (“drink”) Vin.ii.295; Vin.ii.301; Vin.iv.110; DN.i.146; AN.i.212 AN.i.295; Iti.63; Ja.i.199, Ja.i.252 (tikhiṇaṃ suraṃ yojetvā mixing a sharp drink); Dhp-a.ii.9; Dhp.2 …

sutta →

pts

Sutta1

asleep Vin.iii.117; Vin.v.205; DN.i.70; DN.ii.130; Dhp.47; Iti.41; Ja.v.328
■ (nt.) sleep DN.ii.95; MN.i.448; SN.iv.169. In phrase --pabuddha “awakened from sleep” referring t …

sādana →

pts

place, house Ja.iv.405; Yama-sādanaṃ sampatto come to Yama’s abode: dead Ja.iv.405; Ja.v.267, Ja.v.304; Ja.vi.457, Ja.vi.505 (do., the MSS. always read ˚-sādhana).

cp. Vedic sādana, fr. sad

sādāna →

pts

adjective attached to the world, passionate Dhp.406 = Snp.630; Dhp-a.iv.180.

sa + ādāna

sālā →

pts

…room Vin.i.140; Vin.ii.122; dāna˚; a hall for donations Ja.i.262; dvāra˚; hall with doors MN.i.382 MN.ii.66; pāniya˚; a water-room…

sālīna →

pts

adjective fine (rice) Mil.16 (˚ṃ odanaṃ; cp. śālīnaṃ odanaṃ Divy.559).

fr. sāli

sāra →

pts

  1. essential, most excellent, strong AN.ii.110; Vin.iv.214; Ja.iii.368; Pp.53.
  2. (m.) the innermost, hardest part of anything, the heart or pith of a tree (see also pheggu) MN.i.1 …

sīdana →

pts

sinking Mhvs.30, Mhvs.54.

fr. sīdati

sīla →

pts

…the character of…, e.g. adāna˚; of stingy character, illiberal Snp.244; Pv-a.68 (+ maccharin); kiṃ˚; of what behaviour? Pv.ii.9#13…

sīsa →

pts

Sīsa1

neuter lead DN.ii.351; SN.v.92; Mil.331; Vb-a.63 (= kāḷa-tipu); a leaden coin Ja.i.7; --kāra a worker in lead Mil.331; --maya leaden Vin.i.190.

cp. Sk. sīsa

Sīsa2</s …

tagara →

pts

…Vin.i.203; Iti.68 (= Udānavarga p. 112, No. 8); Dhp.54 Dhp.55, Dhp.56 (candana +); Ja.iv.286; Ja.vi.100 (the shrub), Ja.vi.173 (id.);…

tato →

pts

…(id.); DN-a.i.212 (tatonidāna). 2. thence Ja.i.278; Mil.47. 3. thereupon, further afterwards Ja.i.58; Dhp.42; Mil.48; Pv-a.21, etc.

abl. of…

taṇhā →

pts

…Iti.9 (vita˚ + anādāna), Iti.50 (˚ṃ pahantvāna); Snp.495, Snp.496, Snp.916; & cp. ˚khaya.

  1. Kindred terms which in…

tidasa →

pts

number thirty (cp. tiṃsa), esp. the thirty deities (pl.) or belonging to them (adj.). It is the round figure for 33, and is used as equivalent to tāvatiṃsa. Nandanaṃ rammaṃ tidasānaṃ mahāvanaṃ Pv.iii. …

tila →

pts

the sesame plant & its seed (usually the latter, out of which oil is prepared: see tela), Sesamum Indicum. Often combd with taṇḍula e.g. AN.i.130 = Pp …

tippa →

pts

adjective piercing, sharp acute, fierce; always & only with ref. to pains, esp pains suffered in Niraya. In full combinations sarīrikā vedanā dukkhā tippā kharā MN.i.10; AN.ii.116, AN.ii.143, AN.ii.15 …

titthiya →

pts

…Vin.i.136, Vin.i.159 (˚samādāna), Vin.i.306 (˚dhaja), Vin.i.320; SN.i.65; SN.iv.37, SN.iv.394; DN.iii.44, DN.iii.46; Snp.381, Snp.891; Cnd.38;…

ubbhava →

pts

birth, origination, production Pgdp.91 (dānassa phal˚). Cp. BSk. udbhāvanā Divy.184 (guṇ˚) Divy.492 (id.).

ud + bhava

ucchedana →

pts

adjective cutting off, destroying; f. -anī Ja.v.16 (surā).

fr. ud + chid

ucchu →

pts

sugar-cane Vin.iv.35; AN.iii.76; AN.iv.279; Mil.46; Dhp-a.iv.199 (˚ūnaṃ yanta sugar-cane mill), Pv-a.257, Pv-a.260; Vv-a.124.

-agga (ucch˚) top of s. c. Vism.172. *-[khaṇḍik …

ucchādana →

pts

rubbing the limbs, anointing the body with perfumes, shampooing DN.i.7, DN.i.76; at the latter passage in combn. anicc˚-dhamma, of the body, meaning “erosion, decay” and combd.</sup …

ucchādeti →

pts

to rub the body with perfumes Ja.vi.298; Mil.241 (+ parimaddati nahāpeti); DN-a.i.88.

fr. ut + sād, see ucchādana

udaka →

pts

water Vin.ii.120, Vin.ii.213; DN.ii.15 (˚assa dhārā gushes or showers of w.); Dhp.80 Dhp.145; Ja.i.212; Pv.i.5#7; Pp.31, Pp.32; Mil.318; Vv-a.20 (udake temanaṃ aggimhe tāpanaṃ); Dhp-a.i.289; Dhp-a. …

uddāma →

pts

…moats etc. Dhp-a.iii.488.

fr. ud + as in uddāna, see dāma

uddāna →

pts

…“summary”. If all the Uddānas were collected together, they would form a table of contents to the whole work
■ Otherwise the word has only…

udāhāra →

pts

utterance, speech DN-a.i.140 (˚ṃ udāhari = udānaṃ udānesi); Pp-a.223,

fr. udāharati

udāna →

pts

…solemn utterance [Cp. BSk. udānaṃ udānayati Divy.99 etc.], e.g. at Vin.i.2 sq., Vin.i.12, Vin.i.230, Vin.i.353; DN.i.47; DN.ii.107 (udāna of…

udāneti →

pts

…cp. BSk….

ukkaṭṭha →

pts

adjective

  1. exalted, high, prominent, glorious, excellent, most freq. opp. to hīna in phrase hīna-m-ukkaṭṭha-majjhime Vin.iv.7; Ja.i.20 (verse 129), Ja.i.22 (verse 143); Ja.iii. …

ukkhā →

pts

? in ukkhasataṃ dānaṃ, given at various times of the day (meaning ἑκατόμβη?) SN.ii.264 (variant reading ukkā). Or is it to be read…

ummādanā →

pts

(or ˚aṃ nt.) maddening Snp.399 (+ mohanaṃ = paraloke ummādanaṃ ihaloke mohanaṃ Snp-a.377); Thag-a.2, Thag-a.357 (cp. Thag-a.243).

abstr. fr. ummāda

upacaya →

pts

heaping up, gathering, accumulation, heap. As t.t. with ref. to kamma “conservation”, with ref. to body & form “integration” (See discussion & defin. at; Cpd. 253; Dhs trsl. 195). DN.i.76 (= odana …

upadhi →

pts

  1. putting down or under, foundation basis, ground, substratum (of rebirth) SN.i.117, SN.i.124 SN.i.134, SN.i.186; AN.ii.24 (˚sankhaya); AN.iii.382 (id.); AN.iv.150 (˚kkhaya); Iti.21, Iti.69; Snp.364, …

upapatti →

pts

…(where 8 enumerated, see dāna).

  • -deva a god by birth (or rebirth) Vv-a.18; also given as uppatti-deva,…

upayoga →

pts

…Snp-a.127; Pv-a.102; bhumma Snp-a.140; Kp-a.116; karaṇa˚ Snp-a.148; sampadāna˚ Ja.v.214; Snp-a.317; itthambhūta˚ Snp-a.441;…

upaṭṭhita →

pts

…Dhp.235; Mil.274; Pv-a.124 (dānakāle ˚e). 3. standing up (ready), keeping in readiness MN.i.77; AN.ii.206; Snp.708 (= ṭhito C.); Pv.ii.9#53…

upekhā →

pts

Upekkhā & Upekhā

feminine “looking on”, hedonic neutrality or indifference, zero point between joy & sorrow (Cpd. 66) disinterestedness, neutral feeling, equanimity. Sometimes equivalent to adukkham\ …

upekkhā →

pts

Upekkhā & Upekhā

feminine “looking on”, hedonic neutrality or indifference, zero point between joy & sorrow (Cpd. 66) disinterestedness, neutral feeling, equanimity. Sometimes equivalent to adukkham\ …

uppaṇḍanā →

pts

ridiculing, mocking Mil.357; Vism.29; Pp-a 250 (˚kathā).

abstr. fr. ut + paṇd or unknown etym.

uppādana →

pts

making, generating, causing Pv-a.71 (anubal˚ read for anubalappadāna?) Pv-a.114.

fr. uppada2

upādi →

pts

Upādi˚

= upādāna, but in more concrete meaning of “stuff of life”, substratum of being, khandha; only in combn. with -sesa

upādiyati →

pts

…(to the world), cp. upādāna DN.ii.292; MN.i.56, MN.i.67; SN.ii.14; SN.iii.73, SN.iii.94, SN.iii.135; SN.iv.168 (na kiñci loke u. =…

upādāna →

pts

…Snp.743; Iti.75.

  • -nidāna the ground of upādāna; adj founded on or caused by attachment Pts.ii.111; Vb.135 sq *…

upādāniya →

pts

…to or connected with upādāna, sensual, (inclined to) grasping; material (of rūpa), derived. See on term Dhs trsln. 203, 322 …

upādāya →

pts

…Vin.i.182 (id.); SN.ii.187 sq.; SN.iv.20, SN.iv.107; SN.v.317; Dhp.89 = SN.v.24 (ādānapaṭi-nisagge a. ye ratā); Dhp.414; Snp.363;…

ussada →

pts

this word is beset with difficulties, the phrase satt-ussada is applied in all kinds of meanings, evidently the result of an original application & meaning having become obliterated satt˚ is taken as …

ussādana →

pts

  1. overflowing, piling up, abundance MN.iii.230 (opp. apasādana).
  2. (probably confused with ussāraṇa) tumult, uproar, confusion AN.iii.91, AN.iii.92 (variant reading ussāraṇa) = Pp.66 (= hatthiassara …

ussādita →

pts

[See ussāpita & ussārita under ussāpeti & ussāreti. There exists in Pāli as well as in BSk. a confusion of different roots to express the notion of raising, rising, lifting unfolding, viz.; *sṛ, syad, …

ussāraṇa →

pts

procession, going or running about, tumult Dhp-a.ii.7 (so read for ossāraṇā). Cp. ussādana.

fr. ussāreti

uttara →

pts

Uttara1

adjective

  1. higher, high, superior, upper, only in compounds, Ja.ii.420 (musal˚ with the club on top of him? Cy not clear, perhaps to uttara2); see also below.
  2. nort …

uṭṭhāna →

pts

  1. rising, rise, getting up, standing (opp. sayana & nisīdana lying or sitting down) DN.ii.134 (sīha-seyyaṃ kappesi uṭṭhāna-saññaṃ manasikaritvā); Dhp.280 (˚kāla); Ja.i.392 (an˚-seyyā a bed from wh …

vacana →

pts

…expression Vv-a.13; sampadāna˚ the dative relation Snp-a.317. At Snp-a.397 (combined with linga and other terms) it refers to the…

vadana →

pts

speech, utterance Vv-a.345 (+ kathana).

fr. vad

vadati →

pts

…ppr. med. (or Pass.) is vadāna (being called, so-called) which is found in poetry only (contracted fr. vadamāna) at…

vadāna →

pts

see vadati.

vana →

pts

Vana1

neuter the forest; wood; as a place of pleasure sport (“wood”), as well as of danger & frightfulness (“jungle”), also as resort of ascetics, noted for its loneliness (“forest”). Of ( …

vandana →

pts

Vandanā (f.) salutation, respect, paying homage; veneration, adoration AN.i.294 (ā); AN.ii.203 (+ pūjā); Ja.i.88; Pp.19, Pp.24 Mhvs.15, Mhvs.18; Mil.377; Pv-a.i.53; Snp-a.492; Thag-a.256 Sdhp.22 …

vandati →

pts

to greet respectfully, salute, to pay homage, to honour, respect to revere, venerate, adore Snp.366, Snp.547, Snp.573, Snp.1028; Pv.ii.1#6; Mhvs.15, Mhvs.14 (+ pūjeti); Mil.14; Snp-a.191; Pv-a.53 ( …

vata →

pts

…& 8 are quoted.;

  • -samādāna taking up a (good) practice, observance of a vow Ja.i.157.

cp. Vedic vrata vow. fr….

vattati →

pts

to move, go on, proceed to happen, take place, to be; to be in existence; to fare to do Snp.p.13 (parivesanā vattati distribution of food was in progress); Snp.654 (kammanā vattati loko keeps up, goes …

vatthu →

pts

…DN.iii.258 (eight dāna˚); SN.ii.41, SN.ii.56 sq.; Vb.71 (cakkhu˚ etc.), Vb.306 sq., Vb.353; Ne.114 (ten); Snp-a.172; Dhp-a.iv.2…

vaṇa →

pts

wound, sore Vin.i.205 (m.), Vin.i.218 (vaṇo rūḷho); Vin.iii.36 (m; angajāte), Vin.iii.117 (angajāte) SN.iv.177 (vaṇaṃ ālimpeti); AN.v.347 sq., AN.v.350 sq.; AN.v.359 Cnd.540; Pp-a 212 (purāṇa-vaṇa- …

vaṭṭa →

pts

…Snp-a.351 (= upādāna) Dhs-a.238
■ There are 3 vaṭṭas, (te-bhūmaka vaṭṭa see also tivaṭṭa) embracing existence in…

veda →

pts

…with “tiṇṇaṃ vedānaṃ pāragū.” The latter formula is frequent in stock phrase describing the accomplishments of a Brahmin, e.g….

vedanaka →

pts

adjective having feeling, endowed with sensation Vb.419 (a˚ + asaññaka).

fr. vedanā

vedanā →

pts

…DN.iii.238 (˚upādāna); SN.iii.86 sq.; AN.i.39, AN.i.122, AN.i.141; AN.ii.79, AN.ii.198, AN.ii.256; AN.iii.245 sq., AN.iii.450;…

vedeti →

pts

“to sense,” usually in Denom. function (only one Caus. meaning: see aor. avedi); meaning twofold either intellectually “to know” (cp. veda), or with ref. to general feeling “to e …

vetana →

pts

wages, hire; payment, fee, remuneration; tip Ja.i.194 (nivāsa˚ rent) Snp.24; Vv-a.141; Dhp-a.i.25; Pv-a.112. Most frequently combined with bhatta˚; (q.v.). As vedana at Ja.iii.349.

cp. Epic & …

veyyāvaṭika →

pts

service, waiting on, attention Snp.p.104 (kāya˚); Ja.iv.463; Ja.vi.154, Ja.vi.418, Ja.vi.503 (dāna˚); Dhp-a.i.27 (kāya˚), Dhp-a.iii.19 (dāna˚); Dpvs.vi.61.

doublet of veyyāvacca; ˚ka = ˚ya

veḷu →

pts

…stick Snp-a.330.

  • -dāna a gift of bamboo Vb.246; Mil.369; Snp-a.311; Kp-a.236; Vb-a.333. *…

vibhūti →

pts

…[cp vibhava 1] splendour, majesty, glory Ja.v.305; Pv-a.133 (dāna˚), Pv-a.216 (rāja˚).

fr. vi + bhavati

vicchaḍḍeti →

pts

to throw out, to vomit; in late (Sanskritic) Pāli at Sdhp.121 (pp. vicchaḍḍita) and Sdhp.136 (nt. vicchaḍḍana throwing out).

vi + chaḍḍeti

vicchādanā →

pts

concealment Pp.19, Pp.23.

vi + chādanā

vicinati →

pts

…usually in phrase viceyya-dāna a gift given with discrimination SN.i.21; AN.iv.244; Ja.iv.361; Ja.v.395; Pv.ii.9#72; Dhp-a.iii.221; Mhvs.5,…

viddhaṃsana →

pts

adjective noun shattering, destruction (trs. & intrs.) undoing, making disappear; adj. destroying SN.iv.83; Mil.351 (kosajja˚); Ja.i.322; Ja.v.267 (adj.); Vism.85 (vikkhepa +); Vv-a.58, Vv-a.161 (a …

vidhi →

pts

…eightfold); Pv-a.78 (dāna˚ = dāna), Pv-a.126; Vv-a.82
■ instr. vidhinā in due form Mhvs.14, Mhvs.52;…

vikhādana →

pts

biting, chewing Dhs.646, Dhs.740, Dhs.875; Dhs-a.330.

vi + khādana

vikiraṇa →

pts

adjective

  1. scattering, dispersing; being scattered or dispersed DN.i.11 (cp. DN-a.i.96)
    ■ Vb.358 (T. reads vikī˚; variant reading vikāraṇa & vikkir˚) = Pp.23 (which reads nikaraṇā; trsl. “gui …

vimaddana →

pts

crushing, destroying Vv-a.232.

vi + maddana

vimāna →

pts

…(Vimāna & Peta Vatthu, Apadāna, Jātaka and similar fairy tales). It shows distinct traces of foreign (Hellenic-Babylonian influence and rests…

vinodana →

pts

adjective noun dispelling, removal AN.iii.387, AN.iii.390; Snp.1086 (chanda-rāga˚, = pahāna etc Cnd.578); Mil.285; DN-a.i.140 (niddā˚); Dhp-a.i.41 (tama˚, adj.); Pv-a.38 (soka˚).

fr. vinodeti

vipāka →

pts

…AN.iii.35, AN.iii.172 (dānassa), AN.iii.410 sq. (kāmānaṃ etc.), AN.iii.436, AN.iv. 303 (kamma˚); AN.v.251; Snp.653 (kamma˚); Pts.ii.79…

virati →

pts

…are sampatta˚ samādāna˚, setughāta˚ (q.v.). Cp. Dhs-a.154 (tisso viratiyo), Dhs-a.218; Sdhp.215, Sdhp.341 & Cpd. 244, n. 2.

vi…

visaṃvādana →

pts

(f.) & -atā (f.) deceiving, disappointing AN.v.136 (˚ā); Vin.iv.2
honesty DN.iii.190 (-atā).

fr. visaṃvādeti

vissagga →

pts

…Mil.9 Snp-a.19 140; and dāna˚ bestowing a gift Pv.ii.9#27 (= pariccāga-ṭṭhāne dān’agge Pv-a.124)

vi + sagga, vi + sṛj, cp….

vivadana →

pts

causing separation, making discord DN.i.11; DN-a.i.96.

fr. vivadati

vivatta-cchada →

pts

Vivatta-cchada

adjective having the cover removed, with the veil lifted; one who draws away the veil (cp. vivaraṇa or reveals (the Universe etc.); or one who is freed of all (mental & spiritual) cov …

vivāha →

pts

āvāha = kaññā-gahaṇaṃ, vivāha kaññā-dānaṃ)
■ As nt. at Vin.iii.135. Cp….

viññāṇa →

pts

(as special term in Buddhist metaphysics) a mental quality as a constituent of individuality, the bearer of (individual) life, life-force (as extending also over rebirths), principle of conscious lif …

vocchādanā →

pts

covering up (entirely) Vb-a.493.

fr. vi + ava + chad

vodāna →

pts

…vi + ava + 4 to clean, cp. BSk. vyavadāna Divy.616; Avs.ii.188

vodāniya →

pts

adjective apt to purify, purifying DN.i.195; DN.iii.57. Opp. saṅkilesika.

grd. formn from vodāna

vodāyati →

pts

…purified or cleansed AN.v.169 (fig. saddhammassa), AN.v.317 (id.; explained by C. as “vodānaṃ gacchati”); Ja.ii.418 (of a precious…

vuṭṭhānima →

pts

is an expression for a certain punishment (pain) in purgatory MN.i.337 (vuṭṭhānimaṃ nāma vedanaṃ vediyamāna).

?

vyādhiyaka →

pts

shaking up Vb.352; Vb-a.479 (uppannavyādhitā; i.e. kāya-pphandana).

fr. vyādheti

vyāpajjha →

pts

adjective noun to be troubled or troubling, doing harm, injuring; only neg. avyāpajjha (& abyābajjha); (adj.) not hurting, peaceful, friendly; (nt.) kindness of heart Vin.i.183; MN.i.90 (abyābajjhaṃ …

vyāvaṭa →

pts

…to T. reading!)
dāna˚; serving in connection with a gift, busy with giving, a “commissioner of gifts,” i.e. a superintendent…

vādana →

pts

playing on a musical instrument, music Vv-a.276.

fr. vādeti

vākya →

pts

…Tha-ap.25; Kp-a.166 (˚opādāna resumption of the sentence); Dhs-a.324 (˚bheda “significant sentence translation).

fr. vac: see…

vīta →

pts

…very frequently in the Apadāna. Should we take it in meaning of “excessive”? And are we confronted with an attribute of osadhi, the morning…

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 …

yadi →

pts

…(v. 167); “yadi dāyako dānaṃ deti… etaṃ bījaṃ hoti” Pv-a.8; or pot.; or with a participle, as: “yadi evaṃ sante” that…

yajati →

pts

…māse sahassena yo y. = dānaṃ dadeyya Dhp-a.ii.231), Dhp.108; Iti.98; AN.ii.43; Snp.463
fut 2nd sg. yajissasi Ja.iii.515;…

yakkha →

pts

…with devas rakkhasas, dānavas, gandhabbas, kinnaras and mah’oragas at Ja.v.420. According to Vv-a.333 Sakka, the 4 great kings…

yama →

pts

Yama1

restraint Pv-a.98 (+ niyama).

fr. yam

Yama2

the ruler of the kingdom of the dead. See details in Dicty. of Names. In compounds often in general sense of “death” or …

yathā →

pts

adverb as, like, in relation to, after (the manner of)
■ As prep. (with acc.): according (to some condition, norm or rule): yathā kāmaṃ (already Vedic) according to his desire …

yato →

pts

…Mvu.iii.52; and yato-nidānaṃ on account of which, from which (or what) reason, because MN.i.109; Snp.273, Snp.869; Pv.iv.1#61 (cp….

yañña →

pts

…are attributed to dāna.

The 3 constituents which occur under dāna & deyyadhamma as the gift, the giver and the recipient of the gift…

yiṭṭha →

pts

…dinna-dānaṃ)
suyiṭṭha well given or spent AN.ii.44; Thag-a.40; Vv.34#26 (in both…

yuga →

pts

…samādhi, sīla, suta dāna.

-anta (-vāta) (storm at) the end of an age (of men or the world), whirlwind Ja.i.26….

yāca →

pts

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

yādisa →

pts

yādisaṃ kīdisaṃ dānaṃ a gift of whatever kind Mil.278 So also with tādisa: yādisā vā tādisā vā (viz….

yāga →

pts

…(here given in line with dāna & cāga, with distinction of āmisa˚ & dhamma˚ i.e. the material sacrifice, as under 1, and the spiritual…

yātrā →

pts

  1. travel, going on, proceeding, good habit (like yāta; cp. yātrā = anuvṛtti Halāyudha 5, 33; SN.i.33; SN.i.16 = SN.i.63 (translation K.S., perhaps wrongly “egress”: it is more a question of *going …

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 …

yāvatā →

pts

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

ā →

pts

…sam + ā (samā-disati, ˚dāna, ˚dhi, ˚pajjati, ˚rabhati) 2. Contrast-combns. with other pref. in a double cpd. of noun, adj…

ādesa →

pts

information, pointing out; as tt. g. characteristic, determination, substitute, e.g. kutonidānā is at Snp-a.303 said to equal kiṃ-nidānā, the to of kuto (abl.) equalling or being substituted for the …

ādhāna →

pts

…& interchanging with ādāna, only in one ster. phrase, viz. sandiṭṭhi-parāmāsin ādhāna-gāhin duppaṭinissaggin Vin.ii.89;…

ādhāraka →

pts

  1. a stool or stand (as ādhāra2) (always m., except at Ja.i.33 where ˚āni pl. nt.) Ja.i.33; Dhp-a.iii.290 = Vv-a.220; Dhp-a.iii.120 = Dhp-a.iii.186 (one of the four priceless things of …

ādisati →

pts

…set the horoscope); Mil.294 (dānaṃ);
pot ādiseyya Thig.307 (dakkhiṇaṃ); Pv.iv.1#30 (id. = uddiseyya Pv-a.228) & ādise Vin.i.229 =…

ādissa →

pts

…(in corresponsion with ādāna). It is not grd. of ādisati, which its form might suggest.

Ādissa2

adjective blameworthy MN.i.12;…

ādāna →

pts

taking up, getting, grasping, seizing; fig. appropriating clinging to the world, seizing on (worldly objects).

  1. (lit.) taking (food), pasturing MN.iii.133; Ja.v.371 (& ˚esana)
  2. getting, acquiring …

ādīnava →

pts

disadvantage, danger (in or through = loc.) DN.i.38 (vedanānaṃ assādañ ca ādīnavañ ca etc.), DN.i.213 (iddhi-pāṭihāriye MN.i.318; SN.i.9 (ettha bhīyo), SN.ii.170 sq. (dhātūnaṃ); SN.iii.27, SN.iii.62, …

āgada →

pts

Āgada & Āgadana

masculine & neuter a word; talk, speech DN-a.i.66 (= vacana).

ā + gad to speak

āgadana →

pts

Āgada & Āgadana

masculine & neuter a word; talk, speech DN-a.i.66 (= vacana).

ā + gad to speak

ākirati →

pts

…Snp.665; Dhp.313; Pv.ii.4#9 (dānaṃ vipulaṃ ākiri vippakirati Pv-a.92); Mil.175, Mil.238, Mil.323 (imper. ākirāhi) Snp.383
pp…

āmaddana →

pts

crushing Vv-a.311.

ā + maddana of mṛd

āmisa →

pts

…(id.); AN.i.91 = Iti.98 (˚dāna material gifts opp. to spiritual ones); Dhs.1344 (˚paṭisanthāra hospitality towards bodily needs, cp. *Dhs…

āmodanā →

pts

rejoicing Dhs.86, Dhs.285.

fr. ā + mud

ānisaṃsa →

pts

…Vv-a.6, Vv-a.113; Pv-a.9 (dāna˚), Pv-a.12, Pv-a.64 (= phala), Pv-a.208, Pv-a.221 (= guṇa); Sdhp.263
Eleven ānisaṃsas of…

ārodana →

pts

crying, lamenting AN.iii.268 sq.; Ja.i.34; Dhp-a.i.184; Dhp-a.ii.100.

fr. ā + rud, cp. āruṇṇa

āsajja →

pts

…DN.iii.258; AN.iv.236 (dānaṃ deti); Vv.10#6 (dānaṃ adāsiṃ; cp. Vv-a.55 samāgantvā). See āsada, āsādeti, āsīdeti,…

āsava →

pts

…AN.iv.146 (˚pariyādāna end of the ā.), AN.iv.161 (˚vighāta-pariḷāha); AN.v.70 AN.v.237; Thig.4, Thig.99, Thig.101 (pahāsi āsave…

āsita →

pts

*Āsita1

“having eaten”, but probably māsita (pp. of mṛś to touch, cp. Sk. mṛśita, which is ordinarily in massita), since it only occurs in combns. where m precedes, viz. Ja …

ṭhāna →

pts

(ṭṭhāna) neuter

I. Connotation

As one of the 4 iriyāpathā (behaviours)

  1. contrasted (a) as standing position with sitting or reclining (b) as rest with motion.
  2. by itself without parti …

dukkha →

puskas

‘Szenvedés’ – a buddhista filozófia alapfogalma: szenvedés a születés, a vénség, a betegség, a halál, a vágy, s mindez azért, mert forrása az újraszületéseknek. Lásd még: első nidána, a négy nemes igazság.