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dhara, 274 találat.

dhara →

bodhirasa

wearing, holding, carrying

ITI 100 brāhmaṇadhammayāgasuttaṃ

aham'asmi, bhikkhave, brāhmaṇo yācayogo sadā payatapāṇi antima-deha-dharo anuttaro bhisakko sallakatto.

DHPa 1.6.4 mahākappinatthera vatthu

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

dhārā →

bodhirasa

stream of water, rain-shower

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

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

dhārā →

bodhirasa

(of a weapon) sharp edge, blade

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, matajaṃ nāma āvudhajātaṃ ubhato-dhāraṃ pītanisitaṃ. tad'assa saṅghāṭiyā sampārutaṃ sampaliveṭhitaṃ. tath'ūpam'āhaṃ, bhikkhave, imassa bhikkhuno pabbajjaṃ vadāmi.

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

moneyyaṃ te upaññissaṃ, khura-dhārā-upamo bhave, jivhāya tālum'āhacca, udare saññato siyā.

dhārā →

ncped

dhārā1

feminine a stream of water; a drop of liquid; a stream, a shower.

dhārā2

feminine the sharp edge of a knife or a sword etc.; a blade.

dhara →

pts

…Snp.1010. See also dhāra.

Sk. dhara, to dhr see dharati

dhāra →

pts

…dhāra to dhāreti; cp. dhara

dhārā →

pts

Dhārā1

feminine torrent, stream, flow, shower DN.i.74 (sammā˚ an even or seasonable shower; DN-a.i.218 = vuṭṭhi); DN.ii.15 (udakassa, streams) Ja.i.31; Pts.i.125 (udaka˚); Pv.ii.9#70 (sam …

antimadehadhara →

bodhirasa

carrying the last body, in one’s final existence

ITI 100 brāhmaṇadhammayāgasuttaṃ

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

asidhārā →

bodhirasa

sword-blade, sharp edge of a sword

JAa 126 asilakkhaṇa jātakavaṇṇanā

brāhmaṇassa asiṃ ākaḍḍhitvā upasiṅghantassa maricacuṇṇāni nāsaṃ pavisitvā khipitu'kāmataṃ uppādesuṃ. tassa khipantassa nāsikā asidhārāya paṭihatā dvidhā chijji.

asādhāraṇa →

bodhirasa

uncommon, unique, extraordinary

AN 6.104 atammayasuttaṃ

asādhāraṇena ca ñāṇena samannāgato bhavissāmi, hetu ca me sudiṭṭho bhavissati, hetusamuppannā ca dhammā

dhammadhara →

bodhirasa

who knows the Dhamma by heart, lit. Dhamma bearer

DHP 259 dhammaṭṭhavaggo

na tāvatā dhammadharo, yāvatā bahu bhāsati, yo ca appam'pi sutvāna, dhammaṃ kāyena passati, sa ve dhammadharo hoti, yo dhammaṃ nappamajjati.

AN 4.186 ummaggasuttaṃ

bahussuto dhammadharo, bahussuto dhammadharo'ti, bhante, vuccati. kittāvatā nu kho, bhante, bahussuto dhammadharo hotī'ti?

dhāraka →

bodhirasa

remembering, bearing in mind lit. carrying

AN 4.97 khippanisantisuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, ekacco puggalo khippanisantī ca hoti kusalesu dhammesu, sutānañ'ca dhammānaṃ dhāraka-jātiko hoti, dhātānañ'ca dhammānaṃ atth'ūpaparikkhī hoti attham'aññāya dhammam'aññāya, dhamm'ānudhammappaṭipanno hoti.

dhārakajātika →

bodhirasa

(type of person) who remembers, who retains in mind

AN 4.97 khippanisantisuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, ekacco puggalo khippanisantī ca hoti kusalesu dhammesu, sutānañ'ca dhammānaṃ dhārakajātiko hoti, dhātānañ'ca dhammānaṃ atth'ūpaparikkhī hoti attham'aññāya dhammam'aññāya, dhamm'ānudhammappaṭipanno hoti.

dhārayati →

bodhirasa

holds, keeps, carries

SN 9.3 kassapagottasuttaṃ

sace'pi dasa pajjote, dhārayissasi kassapa, n'eva dakkhati rūpāni, cakkhu hi'ssa na vijjatī'ti.

dhārayati →

bodhirasa

takes as, believes, considers as

VIN 5.4.7 tiṇavatthārakaṃ

desitā amhākaṃ imā āpattiyo saṅghamajjhe tiṇ'avatthārakena, ṭhapetvā thullavajjaṃ, ṭhapetvā gihippaṭisaṃyuttaṃ. khamati saṅghassa, tasmā tuṇhī, evam'etaṃ dhārayāmī'ti.

dhārayi →

bodhirasa

held, kept, carried

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

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

dhāraṇa →

bodhirasa

carrying

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

saṅghāṭi-patta-cīvara-dhāraṇe sampajānakārī

dhāraṇa →

bodhirasa

wearing

MN 27 cūḷa hatthipadopamasuttaṃ

nacca-gīta-vādita-visūka-dassanā paṭivirato hoti mālā-gandha-vilepana-dhāraṇa-maṇḍana-vibhūsana-ṭṭhānā paṭivirato hoti

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

n'āhaṃ, bhikkhave, saṅghāṭikassa saṅghāṭi-dhāraṇam'attena sāmaññaṃ vadāmi.

jaṭādharaṇa →

bodhirasa

wearing dreadlocks

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

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

jutindhara →

bodhirasa

brilliant, radiant, lit. carrying light

APA 27 annasaṃsāvaka therāpadānaṃ

siddhatthaṃ lokapajjotaṃ, appameyyaṃ anopamaṃ, alatthaṃ paramaṃ pītiṃ, disvā dantaṃ jutindharaṃ.

kammadhāraya samāsa →

bodhirasa

adjectival compound, descriptive determinative compound

khuradhārā →

bodhirasa

razor’s edge, cutting blade

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

moneyyaṃ te upaññissaṃ, khuradhārā-upamo bhave, jivhāya tālum'āhacca, udare saññato siyā.

mantadhara →

bodhirasa

counsellor, advisor, bearer of the Vedas

APA 8 upāli therāpadānaṃ

uppātesu nimittesu, lakkhaṇesu ca kovidaṃ, ajjhāyakaṃ mantadharaṃ, porohicce ṭhapeti so.

sammādhāraṃ anuppavecchati →

bodhirasa

gives a rain shower, offers a downpour

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

devo ca na kālena kālaṃ sammādhāraṃ anuppaveccheyya

sammādhārā →

bodhirasa

good rain, thorough downpour

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

devo ca na kālena kālaṃ sammādhāraṃ anuppaveccheyya

sutadhara →

bodhirasa

who has learned by heart, who remembers what one has learned, lit. carrier of learning

AN 7.6 vitthatadhanasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, ariyasāvako bahussuto hoti sutadharo sutasannicayo

AN 8.2 paññāsuttaṃ

bahussuto hoti sutadharo sutasannicayo.

sādhāraṇa →

bodhirasa

in common, together

JAa 31 kulāvaka jātakavaṇṇanā

sakko devarājā, kiṃ no sādhāraṇena rajjenā'ti asure dibbapānaṃ pāyetvā matte samāne pādesu gāhāpetvā sinerupabbatapāde khipāpesi. te asurabhavanam'eva sampāpuṇiṃsu.

ubhatodhāra →

bodhirasa

double-bladed, sharp on both sides

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, matajaṃ nāma āvudhajātaṃ ubhatodhāraṃ pītanisitaṃ. tad'assa saṅghāṭiyā sampārutaṃ sampaliveṭhitaṃ. tath'ūpam'āhaṃ, bhikkhave, imassa bhikkhuno pabbajjaṃ vadāmi.

uddharati →

bodhirasa

pulls up, lifts up, raises, removes

DHP 327 nāgavaggo

appamādaratā hotha, sacittam'anurakkhatha, duggā uddharatha-attānaṃ, paṅke sanno'va kuñjaro.

AN 3.70 akusalamūlasuttaṃ

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

upadhāraṇa →

bodhirasa

(of a lute) headstock, lit. supporting

SN 35.246 vīṇopamasuttaṃ

anekehi sambhārehi samāraddhā vadati, seyyathidaṃ, doṇiñ'ca paṭicca cammañ'ca paṭicca daṇḍañ'ca paṭicca upadhāraṇe ca paṭicca tantiyo ca paṭicca koṇañ'ca paṭicca purisassa ca tajjaṃ vāyāmaṃ paṭicca ev'āyaṃ, bhante, vīṇā nāma anekasambhārā mahāsambhārā.

vinayadhara →

bodhirasa

expert in vinaya, lit. vinaya bearer

AN 10.8 jhānasuttaṃ

yato ca kho, bhikkhave, bhikkhu saddho ca hoti, sīlavā ca, bahussuto ca, dhammakathiko ca, parisāvacaro ca, visārado ca parisāya dhammaṃ deseti, vinayadharo ca … evaṃ so ten'aṅgena paripūro hoti.

vāridhārā →

bodhirasa

stream of water

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

atha kho tamhā'va udakarahadā sītā vāridhārā ubbhijjitvā tam'eva udakarahadaṃ sītena vārinā abhisandeyya parisandeyya paripūreyya paripphareyya

ādhāra →

bodhirasa

support, stand, lit. holding up

AN 5.28 paṭhamadhammavihārīsuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, udakamaṇiko ādhāre ṭhapito pūro udakassa samatittiko kākapeyyo. tam'enaṃ balavā puriso yato yato āvajjeyya, āgaccheyya udakan'ti? evaṃ, bhante.

annabhāra →

dppn

paribbājakas, Varadhara and Sakuludāyi. The Buddha visits them and talks about the four factors of Dhamma (dhammapadāni) which are…

avanti →

dppn

…only four monks and a Vinayadhara. 2. Monks are allowed the use of shoes with thick linings (because in Avanti the soil is black on the surface,…

aṅga →

dppn

One of the 16 Great Nations (Mahājanapadā), mentioned in the Pitakas. The countries mentioned are Aṅga, Māgadha, Kāsī, Kosala, Vajji, Mallā, Ceti, Vaṃsa, Kuru, Pañcāla, Macchā, Sūrasena, Assaka, Avant …

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 …

dakkhiṇāpatha →

dppn

…southern districts (Dakkhinesu janapadesu) people celebrated a feast called Dharana A.v.216. See Dharana Sutta.

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dharaṇī →

dppn

A lake in Kuvera’s city. DN.iii.201

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gandhāra →

dppn

Gandhāra1

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.69

Gandhāra2

One of the sixteen Great Nations.AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 One of the teeth of the Buddha was deposited in …

gandhāravijjā →

dppn

GandhāravijjāGandhārīvijjā

A charm whereby one could become invisible and multiform, pass through all obstacles, through earth and water, and touch the sun and moon. DN.i.213

ghaṭāya →

dppn

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

kamboja →

dppn

KambojaKambojjaKambujaKambujjaKambojaka

One of the sixteen Great Nations which, with Gandhāra, belonged, not to the Majjhimadesa but, evidently, to the Uttarāpatha. AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 AN.iv.256 AN.iv …

kapilavatthu →

dppn

A city near the Himalaya, capital of the Sākiyan republic. The administration and judicial business of the city and all other matters of importance were discussed and decided in the Santhāgārasālā. DN …

kuvera →

dppn

…His lotus-lake is called Dharaṇī. His sons are all called Inda. DN.iii.201f. He rules over the northern clime and is lord of the Yakkhas,…

kuveranālinī →

dppn

A name given to Dharaṇī. DN.iii.202

kālakhemaka →

dppn

A Sākyan. His name was Khemaka, but as he was dark he was called Kālakhemaka. He built a monastery in Nigrodhārāma, near Kapilavatthu, and once, during robe-making time, many monks lived there. On th …

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 …

lomasavaṅgīsa →

dppn

The Saṃyutta Nikāya mentions an interview between an Elder of this name and the Sākyan Mahānāma. Mahānāma asks the Elder if the learner’s way of life is identical with that of the Tathāgata. Vaṅgīsa a …

mahājanapadā →

dppn

The books mention the sixteen Mahājanapadas or Great Nations, which existed in the time of the Buddha. AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 AN.iv.256 AN.iv.260 They are Kāsī, Kosala, Aṅga, Māgadha, Vajji, Mallā, Cetiya …

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 …

nandiya →

dppn

Nandiya1

He belonged to a Sākiyan family of Kapilavatthu, and was called Nandiya because his birth brought bliss. He left the world at the same time as Anuruddha, Kimbila and the others, a …

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 …

paribbājakā →

dppn

…texts e.g., Annabhāra, Varadhara, etc., AN.ii.175 also Sāmaṇḍaka, SN.iv.26 and the Paribbājikā Sucimukhī. SN.iii.238f. In most cases…

rāhulamātā →

dppn

RāhulamātāBimbāBhaddakaccāYasodharāBhaddakaccānāBimbāsundarīBimbādevīSubhaddakā

The name, generally given in the texts, of Rāhula’s mother Vin.i.82 and Gotama’s wife.

On the seventh day of the Buddh …

sakuladāyī →

dppn

…AN.ii.176 In these contexts he is said to have been in the company of Annabhāra and Varadhara, evidently themselves eminent…

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 …

takkasilā →

dppn

The capital of Gandhāra. The Vinaya describes it as the place of education of Jīvaka, the Buddha’s doctor. Vin.i.269f.

Takkasilā is identified with the Greek Taxila, in Rawalpindi in the Punjab.

3 …

uttarāpatha →

dppn

The northern division of Jambudīpa. Its boundaries are nowhere explicitly stated in Pāḷi literature. Perhaps Uttarāpatha was originally the name of a great trade-route, the northern high road which e …

varadhara →

dppn

A noted wanderer in the time of the Buddha. He lived with Annabhāra, Sakuludāyī and others in the Paribbājakārāma, on the banks of the Sappinikā, AN.ii.29 AN.ii.176 and again in the Moranivāpa in Rāja …

yugandhara →

dppn

One of the chief Yakkhas to be invoked by the Buddha’s followers in time of need. DN.iii.205

adharakaya →

ncped

the lower part of the body.

aggisādhārana →

ncped

subject to, vulnerable to, fire

antimadehadhara →

ncped

who has his last body

anādhāra →

ncped

without support; without a stand or holder

aḍḍharatta →

ncped

midnight

aḍḍharatti →

ncped

midnight

aḍḍharattā →

ncped

midnight

corasādhāraṇa →

ncped

vulnerable to thieves.

cīvaradhāraṇa →

ncped

, ~a., feminine the wearing of the (ascetic’s) robe; keeping a robe.

dhammadhara →

ncped

(one) versed in dhamma; (one) who holds firm to dhamma.

dharati →

ncped

holds, holds in mind; remembers.

dharayati →

ncped

dharaṇī →

ncped

the earth; soil; ground.

dhata →

ncped

of dharati held, held in mind; remembered, memorized

dhārakajātika →

ncped

naturally remembering; good at remembering.

dhārayati →

ncped

dhārayi →

ncped

of dhāreti

dhārayitvā →

ncped

of dhāreti

dhārayiṃ →

ncped

of dhāreti

dhārayuṃ →

ncped

of dhāreti

dhāraṇīyā →

ncped

ekatodhāra →

ncped

with a single cutting edge

gandhāra →

ncped

the name of a magic spell.

godharaṇī →

ncped

cow in calf.

jaṭadharana →

ncped

wearing one’s hair in twisted locks.

jutindhara →

ncped

resplendent; brilliant; effulgent.

kaṃsūpadhāraṇa →

ncped

yielding a pailful of milk; or with a metal milking-pail

kaṭhinuddhāra →

ncped

removal of the kaṭhina ; ending of the kaṭhina ; ending of the kaṭhina period (and of its special allowances)

khuradhāra →

ncped

razor-edged, sharp as a razor; containing razors

okkādhara →

ncped

torch bearer.

sādhāra →

ncped

with a stand

tiṇhadhāra →

ncped

sharp-edged.

tulādhāra →

ncped

(one) who carries scales; a merchant.

ubhatodhāra →

ncped

double edged, two edged

uddharati →

ncped

draws out, pulls out, extracts; rescues; picks out, separates, selects; cites; removes, puts away; digs up; pulls up, elevates, raises.

uddharaṇa →

ncped

drawing out, pulling out; picking out; selection; removal; raising.

uddharāpesuṃ →

ncped

uddharāpetabba →

ncped

uddharāpeti →

ncped

raises; takes

uddharāpetvā →

ncped

uddhāra →

ncped

raising; picking up; selecting; extracting; separating; removing.

ukkādhāra →

ncped

holding up the torch; a torch bearer

upadhārayati →

ncped

considers, reflects on; holds in the mind, pays attention to; holds, considers as; looks for, investigates, finds out

upadhāraṇa →

ncped

of a vinā, perhaps the head or finger-holds.

ādhāra →

ncped

support, prop; a holder, stand; that which contains, a vessel, a receptacle; the subject of discussion.

akusala-sādhārana-cetasika →

nyana

Akusala-sādhārana-cetasika: Universal, general or primary disadvantageous mental properties associated with all disadvantageous intentions: These are four; 1: Lack of moral shame ahirika, 2: L …

puññā-dhārā →

nyana

Puññā-dhārā: ‘streams of merit’. It is said that one produces 4 streams of merit by offering the 4 requisites robes, foodfood, dwelling, medicine to a Bhikkhu who has reached the conditionless de …

abbahati →

pts

…= abbuha; C. explains by uddharatha)
aor abbahi Ja.v.198 (variant reading BB abbuhi), abbahī (metri causa) Ja.iii.390 (variant reading BB…

abbuhati →

pts

…= abbuha; C. explains by uddharatha)
aor abbahi Ja.v.198 (variant reading BB abbuhi), abbahī (metri causa) Ja.iii.390 (variant reading BB…

abhidhara →

pts

adjective firm, bold, in -māna firmminded Dhp p.81 (acc. to Morris J.P.T.S. 1886, 135 not verified).

abhi + dhara

adhara →

pts

adjective the lower Ja.iii.26 (adharoṭṭha the l. lip).

Vedic adhara, compar. of adho

adhicca →

pts

Adhicca1

learning, studying, learning by heart Ja.iii.218, Ja.iii.327 = Ja.iv.301; Ja.iv.184 (vede = adhīyitvā C.), Ja.iv.477 (sajjhāyitvā C.); Ja.vi.213; Mil.164.

ger. of adhi + eti, se …

adho →

pts

…(adj.) head first, headlong Ja.i.233; Ja.v.472 (˚ka).

Vedic adhaḥ; compar. adharaḥ = Lat. inferus, Goth. undar, E. under, Ind….

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. …

antima →

pts

…Sdhp.278.

  • -dehadhara one who wears his last body Iti.101 (dhāra T, ˚dhara variant reading); Vv-a.163. *…

apadhāreti →

pts

to observe, request ask Thag-a.16.

Caus. of apa + dhṛ; cp. Sk. ava-dhārayati, but also BSk. apadhārayati Divy.231

apāyin →

pts

adjective going away Ja.i.163 (aḍḍharattāv’apāyin = aḍḍharatte apāyin C.). -an˚; not going away, i.e. constantly following (chāyā anapāyinī, the shadow) Dhp.2; Thag.1041; Mil.72.

fr. apāya

assu →

pts

Assu1

neuter DN.i.115, DN.i.141; Dhp.67; Pp.56; DN-a.i.284; Pv-a.39. -mocana shedding of tears Pv-a.18.

Vedic aśru, Av. asrū, Lith aszarà, with etym. not definitel …

asādhāraṇa →

pts

adjective not general, not shared, uncommon, unique Vin.iii.35 Kp.viii.9; Ja.i.58, Ja.i.78; Mil.285; DN-a.i.71; Sdhp.589, Sdhp.592.

a + sādhāraṇa cp. asādhāraṇa Divy.561

atho →

pts

indeclinable copulative and adversative part.: and, also, and further, likewise, nay SN.i.106; Snp.43, Snp.155, Snp.647; Dhp.151, Dhp.234, Dhp.423; Ja.i.83; Ja.ii.185 Ja.iv.495; Iti.106; Kp.viii.7; Pv …

attha →

pts

…Commentary reading atthandhara is much better = he who knows the (correct) meaning, especially as it corresponds with dhamma-dhara *…

avadhāraṇa →

pts

calling attention to, affirmation, emphasis; as t.t. used by C’s in explanation of evaṃ at DN-a.i.27; and of kho at Pv-a.11, Pv-a.18.

Cp. Sk. avadhāraṇa, fr. ava + dhṛ.

avalekhana →

pts

…scraping off Vin.ii.141 (˚pidhara), Vin.ii.221 (˚kaṭṭha). 2. scratching in writing down Ja.iv.402, (˚sattha a chisel for engraving…

aḍḍha →

pts

Aḍḍha1

(& addha) one half, half; usually in compn. (see below), like diyaḍḍha 1 1/2 (˚sata 150) Pv-a.155 (see as to meaning Stede, Peta Vatthu p. 107). Note. aḍḍha is nev …

bhikkhu →

pts

…vā bhinna-paṭa-dharaditāya vā)

■ A very comprehensive def. of the term is found at Vb.245–Vb.246, where bhikkhu-ship is…

bhinna →

pts

…a torn cloth, in cpd. ˚dhara “wearing a patchwork cloth,” i.e. a bhikkhu (see also s. v. bhikkhu) Thag.1092. *…

bhāra →

pts

…Sineru-pādato vālikāya uddharaṇaṃ; pabbataṃ pīḷetvā rasassa nīharaṇaṃ. 4. (fig.) in metaphors for the burden of (the factors of…

cela →

pts

…Vin.ii.128 (Bdhgh. celasandhara); MN.ii.93; Dhp-a.iii.136;

  • -vitāna an awning Ja.i.178; Ja.ii.289; Ja.iv.378; Mhbv.122;…

citraka →

pts

…(on the forehead) Mil.408 (˚dharakumma)

■ f. cittakā a counterpane of many colours (DN-a.i.86 cittikā: vāna citra-uṇṇā-may…

cittaka FIXME double →

pts

…(on the forehead) Mil.408 (˚dharakumma)

■ f. cittakā a counterpane of many colours (DN-a.i.86 cittikā: vāna citra-uṇṇā-may…

cittaka →

pts

…mark on the forehead in -dhara-kumma a tortoise bearing this mark, a landtortoise Mil.364, Mil.408, cp. Mil trsl. ii.352.

to…

daḷhī →

pts

Daḷhī˚

in kāya-daḷhī-bahula strong in body athletic Vin.ii.76, cp. Com. on p. 313; Ja.iii.310; Ja.iv.219 daḷhīkaraṇa steadiness, perseverance Snp-a.290 (+ ādhāraṇatā), Snp-a.398 (id). In compoun …

dhamma →

pts

…Cnd.503; Mil.21;

  • -dhara (adj.) one who knows the Dh. (by heart); see above C4. combined w. Vinayadhara Vin.i.127,…

dharati →

pts

…Dhp-a.ii.68
ppr dharamāṇa living, lasting Ja.i.75 (dh˚e yeva suriye while the sun was still up); Ja.ii.6; Mil.240 Mil.291…

dharaṇa →

pts

…with Snp.26 (of cows: godharaṇiyo paveniyo = gabbhiniyo Snp-a.39). As n. the Earth Ja.v.311; Ja.vi.526; Mil.34; dharaṇī-ruha Name of…

dhata →

pts

…known by heart Vin.ii.95; AN.i.36.

Sk. dhṛta, pp. of dharati; cp. dhara & dhāreti

dhiti →

pts

…Pv-a.131.

Sk. dhṛti to dhṛ; see dharati

dhuravant →

pts

…anikkhittadhura Snp-a.236).

cp. Sk. dhuradhara

dhuta →

pts

…of them are desirable.

  • -dhara mindful of punctiliousness Mil.342 (āraññaka dh. jhāyin).
  • -vata the vow…

dhuva →

pts

…of Idg. *dheru, enlarged form of *dher, see dharati

dhāraka →

pts

adjective noun

  1. bearing, one who holds or possesses Dhp-a.iii.93 (sampattiṃ).
  2. one who knows or remembers AN.ii.97 (˚jātika); AN.iv.296 sq., AN.iv.328 (id.).

dhāraṇa →

pts

  1. wearing, in mālā˚ (etc.) DN.i.5 = AN.ii.210 = Pp.58; Kp-a.37 cīvara˚ AN.ii.104 = Pp.45.
  2. maintaining, sustaining keeping up Mil.320 (āyu˚ bhojana).
  3. bearing in mind, remembrance Vin.iv.305; MN …

dhāraṇaka →

pts

  1. a debtor (see dhāreti 4) Ja.ii.203; Ja.iv.45.
  2. a mnemonician Mil.79.

der. fr. dhāraṇa

dhāraṇatā →

pts

  1. wearing, being dressed with (= dhāraṇa 1) Mil.257.
  2. mindfulness (= dhāraṇa 3) Cnd.628; Dhs.14.

dhāraṇā →

pts

  1. memory Mil.79.
  2. the earth (“the upholder,” cp. dharaṇī) Ja.vi.180.

to dhāraṇa

dhāretar →

pts

one who causes others to remember, an instructor, teacher (cp. dhāraṇaka) AN.iv.196 (sotā sāvetā uggahetā dh.).

n. ag. to dhāreti 3

dhāreti →

pts

…dh. pays no tribute); Mil.47 (atthaṃ).

Caus. of dharati, q.v. for etym.

dhāreyya →

pts

the ceremony of being carried away, i.e. the marriage ceremony, marriage (cp. dhareyya under dharati) Thig.472 (text has vāreyya but Thag-a.285 explains dhāreyya = vivāha).

orig. grd. of dhāreti

dhārin →

pts

…dhārin, see dhāreti & cp. ˚dhara, ˚dhāra

dhāvati →

pts

  1. to run run away, run quickly Snp.939 (cp. Mnd.419); Dhp.344; Ja.i.308; Ja.vi.332; Mnd.405 = Cnd.304#iii.; Pv.iv.16#1 = palāyati Pv-a.284#2; Dhp-a.i.389 (opp. gacchati); Pv-a.4; Sdhp.378.
  2. to c …

dhīra →

pts

…fr. dhārayati (see dharati & dhiti); 2 Vedic. dhīra “wise” fr. dīdheti (see dhi2)….

gahapati →

pts

…robe) Vin.i.280 sq.; ˚dhara wearing the householder’s (private man’s) robe (of a bhikkhu) MN.i.31; AN.iii.391 sq.; *…

gandhāra →

pts

adjective belonging to the Gandhāra country (Kandahar) f. gandhārī in gandhārī vijjā Name of a magical charm DN.i.213; at Ja.iv.498 it renders one invisible.

ghana →

pts

…(foliage) Pv-a.113; buddharasmiyo Ja.i.12; ˚maṃsa solid, pure flesh Dhp-a.i.80; ˚sāṭaka (thick cloth) Ja.i.292; ˚sañchanna (thickly…

godharaṇī →

pts

, adj.) being able to be paired (of a young cow), or being with calf (?) Snp.26.

gāma →

pts

…and gahapati-cīvara -dhara)- Snp.710; -antara the (interior of the) village, only in t. t. gāmantaraṃ gacchati to…

hetu →

pts

  1. cause, reason, condition SN.i.134; AN.iii.440 sq.; Dhs.595, Dhs.1053; Vism.450 Tikp.11, Kp.233, Kp.239. In the older use paccaya and hetu are almost identical …

hi →

pts

indeclinable for, because; indeed, surely Vin.i.13; DN.i.4; Dhp.5; Snp.21; Pv.ii.1#18; Pv.ii.7#10 (= hi saddo avadhāraṇe Pv-a.103); Snp-a.377 (= hi-kāro nipāto padapūraṇa-matto); Pv-a.70, Pv-a.7 …

iddha →

pts

Iddha1

in flames, burning, flaming bright, clear Ja.vi.223 (˚khaggadharā balī; so read for T. iṭṭhi-khagga˚); Dpvs.vi.42.

pp. of iddhe to idh or indh, cp. indhana & idhuma

Iddha<sup …

iṭṭhi →

pts

Iṭṭhi˚

in ˚khagga-dhāra at Ja.vi.223 should be read iddha.

jala →

pts

…rain-cloud Dāvs.v.32;

  • -dhara cp. jalandhara rain-cloud; the sea Mil.117;
  • -dhi = preceding Dāvs.v.38

Sk. jala, conn. with gala drop…

janapada →

pts

inhabited country, the country (opp. town or market-place), the continent politically: a province, district, county DN.i.136 (opp nigama); DN.ii.349; AN.i.160, AN.i.178; Snp.422, Snp.683, Snp.995, Sn …

jaṭā →

pts

…antelope’s hide (worn by ascetics) Snp.1010 (˚dhara), cp. above Ja.i.12;

joti →

pts

  1. light, splendour, radiance SN.i.93; AN.ii.85; Vv.16#2.
  2. a star: see compounds
  3. fire SN.i.169; Thag.415; Ja.iv.206; sajotibhūta set on fire SN.ii.260; AN.iii.407 sq.; Ja.i.232.
  • *-[parāyaṇa]( …

juti →

pts

…given on p. 557).

  • -dhara (jutin˚) carrying or showing light, shining resplendent, brilliant SN.i.121; Ja.ii.353;…

jīvati →

pts

to live be alive, live by, subsist on (c. instr. or nissāya). Imper pres. jīva Snp.427, very freq. with ciraṃ live long… as a salutation & thanksgiving. ciraṁ jīva Ja.vi.337 c. jīvāhi Snp.1029 Pv.ii.3 …

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 …

kaṭhina →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) hard, firm, stiff Cp.ii.2; Dhs.44, Dhs.45 (where also der. f. abstr. akaṭhinatā absence of rigidity, combined with akakkhalatā, cp Dhs-a.151 akaṭhina-bhāva); Pv-a.152 (˚dā …

kho →

pts

an enclitic particle of affirmation & emphasis indeed, really, surely; in narration: then, now (cp kira); in question: then, perhaps, really. Def. as adhikār’ antara-nidassan’ atthe nipāto Kp-a.113 …

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 …

kodha →

pts

anger. Nearest synonyms are āghāta (Dhs.1060 = Cnd.576 both expositions also of dosa), upanāha (always in chain rāga, dosa, moha, kodha, upanāha) and *[dhūma]( …

kumma →

pts

tortoise SN.iv.177 (+ kacchapa); MN.i.143; Ja.v.489; Mil.363, Mil.408 (here as land-tortoise cittaka-dhara˚).

Vedic kūrma

kusa →

pts

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

kuṇḍi →

pts

pail or pot, in phrase kuṇḍipaddhana giving a pailful of milk. Ja.vi.504 (Kern

Toevoegselen

s.v. compares phrase Sanskrit kāṁsy’ôpadohana, proposes reading kuṇḍ’ opadohana ‣See also kaṁsupadhāra …

lūkha →

pts

…= Pp.53; lūkhacīvara-dhara AN.i.25).

  • -ppamāṇa (& ˚ika); taking unpleasantness or misery as one’s standard AN.ii.71 Pp.53 (cp….

mahī →

pts

…Mhvs.5, Mhvs.54.

  • -dhara mountain Mil.343; Mhvs.14, Mhvs.3; Mhvs.28, Mhvs.22 (variant reading mahin˚)
  • -pa king (of…

mala →

pts

anything impure, stain (lit. & fig.), dirt. In the Canon mostly fig. of impurities. On mala in similes see J.P.T.S., 1907, 122
■ SN.i.38 (itthi malaṃ brahmacariyassa), SN.i.43 (id.); AN.i.105 (issā˚ …

malya →

pts

…garland of flowers Vv.1#1 (-dhara); Vv.2#1; Ja.v.188 (puppha˚), Ja.v.420. The reading at Pv.iii.3#3 (pahūta˚, adj. having many rows of flowers)…

manta →

pts

…Ja.iii.415; nidhi-uddharana˚ (of finding secret treasures), Ja.iii.116; catukaṇṇa (four-cornered), Ja.vi.392, etc. 4. advice,…

matthaka →

pts

…Mhvs.80 (sīsa˚); Yugandhara˚ Mil.6; Dhp-a.ii.3 (uddhana˚).

  • -āsin sitting on top (of the mountain) Ja.vi.497 (= pabbata-matthake…

maḷorikā →

pts

stand, (tripod) for a bowl, formed of sticks Vin.ii.124 (= daṇḍ’ ādhāraka Bdhgh on p. 318).

prob. dialectical for māḷaka: cp. mallaka

maṭṭa →

pts

Maṭṭa & Maṭṭha

wiped, polished, clean, pure

  1. maṭṭa: DN.ii.133 (yugaṃ maṭṭaṃ dhāraṇīyaṃ: “pair of robes of burnished cloth of gold and ready for wear” trsl.); Vism.258 (variant r …

maṭṭha →

pts

Maṭṭa & Maṭṭha

wiped, polished, clean, pure

  1. maṭṭa: DN.ii.133 (yugaṃ maṭṭaṃ dhāraṇīyaṃ: “pair of robes of burnished cloth of gold and ready for wear” trsl.); Vism.258 (variant r …

muddha →

pts

…= SN.i.137; Ja.iv.265 (Yugandhara˚); Pv.ii.9#61 (Naga˚ = Sineru˚ Pv-a.138) Vism.304 (vammika˚ on top of an ant-hill)
■ Freq in phrase…

muñcati →

pts

I. Forms

The 2 bases muñc˚ & mucc˚; are differentiated in such a way, that muñc˚; is the active base, and mucc˚; the passive. There are however cases where the active forms (muñ …

muṭṭha →

pts

having forgotten, one who forgets; only in two compounds, viz. -sacca [der. fr. foll. muṭṭha + sati + ya] forgetfulness, lit. forgotten-mindedness, usually combined with asampajañña, DN.iii.213; …

mālā →

pts

…of flowers Ja.ii.104. -dhara wearing a wreath Ja.iii.179 (ratta˚, see also above). -dhārin wearing a…

mātikā →

pts

…(Dhamma-dhara, Vinaya-dhara, Mātikā-dhara; here equivalent to Abhidhamma); Vism.312 (so pañcavasso hutvā dve mātikā paguṇaṃ katvā…

māḷaka FIXME double →

pts

Māḷaka

a stand, viz. for alms-bowl (patta˚) Vin.ii.114, or for drinking vessel (pānīya˚ Ja.vi.85.

a Non-Aryan word, although the Dhtm.395 gives roots mal & mall; in meaning “dhāraṇa” (see under …

niddharaṇa →

pts

not with Hardy (Index Vv-a) = Sk. nirdhāraṇa (estimation), but to be read as nittharaṇa (see nittharaṇa2).

nikkha →

pts

…= suvaṇṇassa pañcadasa-dharaṇaṃ nikkhan ti vadanti) SN.ii.234 (suvaṇṇa & singi˚); Ja.i.84 (id.); AN.iv.120 (suvaṇṇa˚); Vv.20#8…

niraya →

pts

purgatory, hell, a place of punishment & torture, where sin is atoned (i.e. kamma ripens = paccati, is literally boiled) by terrible ordeals (kāraṇāni) similar to & partly identical with those of Hade …

nittharaṇa →

pts

…Vv-a.131 (so read for niddharaṇa, in kuṭumba-bhārassa nsamatthā = able to carry the burden of a household).

Sk. nistaraṇa, ni +…

no →

pts

No1

indeclinable affirm. & emphatic part. = nu (cp. na1): indeed, then, now Snp.457, Snp.875, Snp.1077; Ja.v.343 (api no api nu), Ja.v.435 (= nipātamattaṃ p. 437 …

odhānīya →

pts

place for putting something down or into a receptacle Vin.i.204 (salāk˚, vy. ll. and gloss on p. 38 as follows: sālākāṭṭhāniya A, salākātaniya C, salākadhāraya B, salāk’odhāniyan ti yattha salākaṃ oda …

pabbata →

pts

…Mahāneru Ja.iv.462; Mahindhara Vv.32#10 (cp. Vv-a.136) Meru Ja.i.25; Ja.iv.498; Yugandhara Pv-a.137; Rajata Ja.i.50; Vipula Ja.vi.518; Sineru…

paccuddharati →

pts

…Texts* ii.151 “to wipe down”).

paṭi + uddharati

paccuddhāra →

pts

taking up, casting (the lot) again Vin.iv.121.

paṭi + uddhāra

pada →

pts

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

pakiṇṇaka →

pts

adjective scattered about; fig. miscellaneous, particular, opp. to sādhāraṇa Kp-a.74; cp. Cpd. 13, 952; Vism.175 (˚kathā), Vism.317 sq. (id.)
■ As Np. name of the xivth book …

pamuñcati →

pts

…(kathan kathāhi = mocehi uddhara etc. Cnd.407#a), 1146 (pamuñcassu = okappehi etc. Cnd.407#b)

pass pamuccati to be…

parikkhāra →

pts

…(aṭṭhaparikkhāra-dhara); Ja.v.254 (kāyabandhana-parissāvanasūci-vāsi-satthakāni; the last-named article being “scissors”…

pariyatti →

pts

…cp. ˚sāsana.

  • -dhara knowing the Scriptures by heart Mil.21.
  • -dhura (= ganthadhura): see…

patta →

pts

Patta1

neuter

  1. the wing of a bird, a feather Vin.iv.259; DN.i.71. kukkuṭa˚ a hen’s quill (for sewing) Vin.ii.215
  2. a leaf MN.i.429; Snp.44 = Snp.64 (sañchinna˚, see Cnd.625); Snp.625 ( …

pavecchati →

pts

to give, bestow SN.i.18; Snp.463 sq., Snp.490 sq. Thig.272; Ja.i.28; Ja.iii.12 (variant reading pavacchati), Ja.iii.172; Ja.iv.363, Ja.vi.502, Ja.vi.587 (vuṭṭhi-dhāraṃ pavecchanto devo pāvassi tāvade …

paveṇi →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.174.

  • -pālaka guardian of tradition Vism.99 (tanti-dhara vaṃsanurakkhaka +); Dhp-a.iii.386.

pa +…

pavāḷha →

pts

…unexplained by Bdhgh it is synonymous with uddharati = ubbahati

pañca →

pts

adjective noun masculine

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

paṇṇa →

pts

  1. a leaf (esp. betel leaf) Vin.i.201 (5 kinds of leaves recommended for medicinal purposes, viz. nimba˚; Azadirachta Indica kuṭaja˚; Wrightia antidysenterica, paṭola˚; Trichosanthes dioeca, *su …

paṭa →

pts

…Thag.1092 (bhinna-paṭan-dhara “wearing the patchwork cloak” trsl.); Ja.iv.494; Kp-a.45, Kp-a.58 (˚tantu); DN-a.i.198; Dhp-a.ii.45…

pidhara →

pts

stick (or rag?) for scraping (or wiping?) Vin.ii.141 (avalekhana˚), Vin.ii.221 (id.). Meaning doubtful.

fr. api + dhṛ.

piṭaka →

pts

…Scriptures Snp-a.328.

  • -dhara one who knows (either one or two or all three) the Piṭaka by heart, as eka˚, dvi˚, ti˚;…

puppha →

pts

…Ja.i.397; Vv-a.198.

  • -dhara bearing flowers Pv.ii.12#4 (so read for T. ˚dada).
  • -pañjara a cage…

puñña →

pts

merit meritorious action, virtue. Always represented as foundation and condition of heavenly rebirth & a future blissful state, the enjoyment (& duration) of which depends on the amount of merit accum …

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 …

ruha →

pts

…in compounds: jagati˚, dharaṇi˚, mahī˚, etc.

fr. ruh: see rūhati

Ruha2

blood, in cpd….

sabba →

pts

adjective whole, entire all, every DN.i.4; SN.iv.15; Vin.i.5; Iti.3; Cnd. s.v., nom pl. sabbe Snp.66; gen. pl. sabbesaṃ Snp.1030
■ nt sabbaṃ the (whole) world of sense-experience SN.iv.15 cp. …

sajala →

pts

…wet; nt. water.

  • -da giving water, bringing rain (of wind) Vism.10
  • -dhara holding water, i, e. a cloud Vv-a.223

sa3 + jala

salila →

pts

water Snp.62, Snp.319, Snp.672; Ja.i.8; Ja.v.169; Vv-a.41; Pv-a.157; Cnd.665 (“vuccati udakaṃ”); Mil.132 (written saliḷa); Sdhp.168. It is also adj. salilaṃ āpo flowing water Ja.vi.534; cp. Mil.114: …

sama →

pts

Sama1

calmness, tranquillity, mental quiet Snp.896. samaṃ carati to become calm quiescent Ja.iv.172. Cp. -cariyā & ˚cārin.

fr. śam: see sammati1

Sa …

samaya →

pts

congregation; time, condition, etc.

At Dhs-a.57 sq we find a detailed expln of the word samaya (s-sadda) with meanings given as follows: 1 *[samavāya](/define/samavāy …

samaṇa →

pts

wanderer, recluse, religieux AN.i.67; DN.iii.16 DN.iii.95 sq., DN.iii.130 sq.; SN.i.45; Dhp.184; of a non-Buddhist (tāpasa) Ja.iii.390; an edifying etymology of the word Dhp-a.iii.84: “samita-pāpat …

sambādha →

pts

…Vism.119 janasambādharahita free from crowding Mil.409 kiṭṭhasambādha crowding of corn, the time when the corn is growing thick…

sammā →

pts

Sammā1

a pin of the yoke Abhp.449; a kind of sacrificial instrument Snp-a.321 (sammaṃ ettha pāsantī ti sammāpāso; and sātrā-yāgass’ etaṃ adhivacanaṃ). Cp. Weber Indische Streifen i.3 …

samuddharana →

pts

pulling out, salvation Mil.232.

saṃ + uddharaṇa

samuddharati →

pts

…instead of samuṭṭhāsi Ja.v.70.

saṃ + uddharati

sandhāraka →

pts

adjective checking, restraining Vism.205.

fr. sandhāreti

sandhārana →

pts

checking Mil.352.

fr. sandhāreti

sassa →

pts

…(= dubbhikkhā).

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 …

siri →

pts

…(+ kalidevatā).

sirī →

pts

…(+ kalidevatā).

sodhana →

pts

cleansing Vism.276 (as f. ˚nā); examining Ja.i.292; payment (see uddhāra) Ja.i.321.

fr. sodheti

sodheti →

pts

to make clean, to purify Vin.i.47; MN.i.39; Dhp.141; DN-a.i.261, DN-a.i.13#2; to examine, search Ja.i.200, Ja.i.291; Ja.ii.123; Ja.iii.528; to search for, to seek Ja.ii.135; to clean away, to remove …

sukhuma →

pts

adjective subtle, minute Vin.i.14; DN.i.182; SN.iv.202; AN.ii.171; Dhs.676; Thig.266; Dhp.125 = Snp.662; Vism.274, Vism.488 (˚rūpā). fine, exquisite DN.ii.17, DN.ii.188; Mil.313; susukhuma, very subtl …

suta →

pts

…AN.iv.4 sq.; Vv-a.113 -dhara remembering what has been heard (or taught in the Scriptures) AN.ii.23 (+ ˚sannicaya);…

suttantika →

pts

…(contrasted with vinayadhara who knows the rules of the Vinaya) Vin.ii.75 Cp. dhamma C1 & piṭaka
■ Vin.i.169; Vin.ii.75, Vin.ii.161…

sādhana →

pts

adjective noun

  1. enforcing, proving Ja.i.307; DN-a.i.105.
  2. settling, clearing (a debt) Ja.ii.341 (uddhāra˚). In this meaning mixed with sodheti; it is impossible to decide wh …

sādheti →

pts

  1. to accomplish, further, effect Ja.ii.236 (Pot. sādhayemase).
  2. to make prosperous Pv-a.113, Pv-a.125
  3. to arrange, prepare Mhvs.7, Mhvs.24.
  4. to perform execute Ja.i.38 (ārāmika-kiccaṃ); DN- …

sādhāraṇa →

pts

adjective general, common, joint Vin.ii.258; Vin.iii.35; Thig.505; Ja.i.202, Ja.i.302; Ja.iv.7 (pañca˚-bhāva 5 fold connection); Ne.49 sq.; Pv-a.122, Pv-a.194, Pv-a.265. a˚ Ja.i.78; DN-a.i.71.

sīla →

pts

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

tanti →

pts

…Ja.vi.380; Dhp-a.i.284. -dhara bearer of tradition Vism.99 (+ vaṃsânurakkhake & paveṇipolake). 3. a sacred text a passage…

tanu →

pts

…graceful = uttamarūpa-dhara Vv-a.79; perhaps to 2) Pv-a.46 (of hair: fine + mudhu). 2. (n. nt.) body (orig. slender part of the body =…

tiṇha →

pts

sharp (of swords, axes, knives, etc.) DN.i.56 (sattha); SN.iv.160, SN.iv.167 (kuṭhārī); AN.iv.171; Snp.667 (˚dhāra), Snp.673 (asipattavana); Ja.i.253; Sdhp.381.

see tikhiṇa

tāva →

pts

adverb so much, so long; usually correl. with yāva how long, how much; in all meanings to be understood out of elliptical application of this correlation Thus

I

*yāva-tāva …

ubbahati →

pts

…Here belong uddhaṭa and uddharaṇa. Cp. also pavāḷha.

ud + vahati, although possibly same as ubbahati1, in…

ubbhata →

pts

…(id.); DN.i.77 (cp uddharati); MN.i.383 (ubbhatehi akkhihi); Dhp.34 (okamokata u. = *okamokataḥ u.); Ja.i.268; Pv-a.163.

pp. of…

ubbāheti →

pts

…(to press, urge), or bṛh or bādh; cp. uddharati 2

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. …

uddhacca →

pts

…ger. of ud-dharati, ud + dhṛ; cp. uddhaṭa & uddhata. The BSk. auddhatya shows a strange distortion. BSk. uddhava seems to…

uddharati →

pts

…(= abbahati); imper. uddharatha Ja.ii.95 (for abbaha); Dhp.327 (attānaṃ duggā); aor. uddhari Ja.iii.190 (ankena); cond. uddhare Thag.756;…

uddharaṇa →

pts

…meaning uddhaṭa from uddharati 2). DN-a.i.192. 2. pulling or drawing out (cp. uddharati 2) Vin.iii.29. See also ubbahati2.

abstr….

uddhata →

pts

…(= nibbutacitto Dhp-a.iv.93) Ja.v.203; Vv.64#8

■ See also ubbhata.

pp. of uddharati1; as to its relation to uddhaṭa see remarks…

uddhaṭa →

pts

…Cp. uddhaṭa -bīja castrated Ja.ii.237.

pp. of uddharati2; see also uddhata,…

uddhāra →

pts

…of the Vin.); Snp-a.237 (atth˚ + pad˚).

fr. uddharati1

ukkā →

pts

  1. firebrand, glow of fire, torch DN.i.49, DN.i.108; SN.ii.264; Thig.488 (˚ûpama) Ja.i.34 (dhamm-okkā); Ja.ii.401; Ja.iv.291; Ja.v.322; Vism.428 Thag-a.287; DN-a.i.148; Dhp-a.i.42, Dhp-a.i.205; P …

upadhāraṇā →

pts

[fr. upa + dhṛ;) “receptacle”, milk-pail DN.ii.192; AN.iv.393; Ja.vi.503. See kaṃs˚. Kern,

Toevoegselen

i. 142 proposes corruption fr. kaṃs’ûpadohana, which latter however does not occur in Pa …

urundā →

pts

…DN.ii.269 (variant reading uruddhā perhaps preferable, for ura uddharana lifting or raising the chest).

ura + undā?

va →

pts

Va1

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

vasu →

pts

wealth; only in compounds -deva the god of wealth, i.e. Kṛṣṇa (Kaṇha) Mil.191 (as ˚devā followers of K.); Ja.v.326 (here in T. as ādicco vāsudevo pabhankaro, explained in C. as vasudevo vasujotan …

vaṃsa →

pts

…tradition Mil.164.

  • -dharaṇa id. Mil.226.
  • -nalaka bamboo reed Kp-a.52, Kp-a.59 (with note Sn Index p. 870:…

vijjā →

pts

…to at Ja.i.259.

  • -dhara a knower of charms, a sorcerer Ja.iii.303, Ja.iii.529; Ja.iv.496; Ja.v.94; Mil.153, Mil.200,…

vinaya →

pts

…Vin.ii.299 (with dhamma-dhara & mātikā-dhara); AN.i.25; AN.ii.147 AN.iii.78 sq., AN.iii.179, AN.iii.361; AN.iv.140 sq.; AN.v.10 sq.;…

vuṭṭhi →

pts

rain SN.i.172 = Snp.77 (fig. = saddhā bījaṃ tapo vuṭṭhi); AN.iii.370, AN.iii.378 (vāta˚); Iti.83; Dhp.14; Ja.vi.587 (˚dhārā) Tha-ap.38 (fig.), Ja.vi.52 (amata˚); Mil.416; Vism.37, Vism.234 (salila˚); …

vāri →

pts

…i.e. cloud Dāvs iii.40. -dhara water-holder, water jug Ja.v.4. -bindu a drop of water Snp.392….

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 …

ñāṇa →

pts

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

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

ā →

pts

Ā1

indeclinable a frequent prefix, used as well-defined simple base-prefix (with rootderivations), but not as modification (i.e. first part of a double prefix cpd. like sam-ā-dhi) exce …

ādhāra →

pts

  1. a container, receptacle, basin, lit. holder AN.iii.27; Ja.vi.257.
  2. “holding up”, i.e. support, basis, prop. esp. a (round) stool or stand for the alms-bowl (patta) Vin.ii.113 (an˚ patto); MN.iii …

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 …

ādhāraṇatā →

pts

concentration, attention, mindfulness Snp-a.290 (+ daḷhīkaraṇa), Snp-a.398 (id.).

ā + dhāraṇatā

ūhacca →

pts

…cp. ohacca & oharati) for uddharati 1 & 2

Ūhacca2

indeclinable soiling by defecation, defecating Ja.ii.71 (= vaccaṃ katvā…

ūharati →

pts

only in forms of ger. ūhacca1 and pp. ūhata1 (q.v.).

for uddharati