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ita, 4554 találat.

ita →

pts

gone, only in cpd. dur-ita gone badly, as nt. evil, wrong D Avs.i.61; otherwise in compn. with prep., as peta, vīta etc.

pp. of eti,…

abhaya →

dppn

…another Licchavi, Paṇḍita Kumāraka, to Ānanda in the Kūṭāgārasālā in Vesāli, and discusses with him certain views held by…

aggāḷave cetiye →

dppn

…because of his tutor’s solitary habits, SN.i.185–186 and later, again, through pride in his own powers of improvisation (paṭibhāna)….

ajita →

dppn

…to the Theras. Vin.ii.305

Ajita2

A paribbājaka who visited the Buddha, and at whose instigation the Buddha preached to the Bhikkhus…

ajitakesakambala →

dppn

AjitakesakambalaKesakambalaAjita

Head of one of the six heretical sects mentioned in the Pitakas as being contemporaneous with the Buddha. He is…

ajitamāṇava →

dppn

…verse attributed to Ajita-māṇava is found in the Theragāthā. Thag.20

The Ajita-pucchā are referred to in the Saṃyutta,…

ajātasattu →

dppn

…who followed the military advice of an old monk, the Elder Dhanuggahatissa; Ajātasattu was taken captive with his army. On giving an…

ambapālī →

dppn

…The Buddha accepted this invitation and had, as a result, to refuse that of the Licchavis of Vesāli.

While returning from her visit to the…

ambatittha →

dppn

…preceded him and the inhabitants of Kosambī were lavish in their hospitality to him. He drank wine in their houses and had to be carried to see…

ambāṭakavana →

dppn

…Bhaddiya also lived there, in solitude, wrapt in meditation. Thag.466

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andhakavinda →

dppn

…heaven would be his inheritance Vin.i.222f. (This was the occasion for the rule that monks who have been invited to a meal in one place should…

anopamā →

dppn

…the Buddha preach and, meditating on his sermon, attained the Third Fruit of the Path. Later she entered the Order, and on the seventh day…

anuruddha →

dppn

…of the doctrine, meditation, forest-life, discourse on the abhidhamma or self-mastery.

Once he lay grievously ill in the Andhavana in…

anāthapiṇḍika →

dppn

…walking up and down, meditating in the cool air of the early dawn. The Buddha greeted him and talked to him on various aspects of his teaching….

aparājita →

dppn

One of the Pacceka Buddhas mentioned in the Isigili Sutta. MN.iii.70

aranemi →

dppn

…six teachers, who were purohitas. AN.iii.373 The others were Sunetta, Mūgapakkha, Kuddālaka, Hatthipāla and Jotipāla. In the Aṅguttara…

araññakuṭikā →

dppn

A forest hermitage near Rājagaha, where the novice Aciravata sometimes stayed. MN.iii.128

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asaññasattā →

dppn

Inhabitants of the fifth of the nine abodes of beings (sattāvāsā). These beings are unconscious and experience nothing. AN.iv.401 As soon as an…

asipattavana →

dppn

…grove, and when the inhabitants of purgatory enter, wishing to eat the mangoes, leaves which are sharp like swords fall on them, cutting off…

asita →

dppn

…Brahma. Hearing of this, Asita Devala appeared before their hermitage in orange attire, with stout sandals and staff, and shouted for them. The…

assaji →

dppn

…his round. Finding a suitable opportunity, Sāriputta asked Assaji about his teacher and the doctrines he followed. Assaji was at first…

assajipunabbasukā →

dppn

The followers of Assaji and Punabbasu. They lived in Kīṭāgiri, between Sāvatthī and Ālavi, and were guilty of various evil practices. They used to grow flowers, make wreaths and garlands, and send the …

assaka →

dppn

…Janavasabha Sutta. The capital of Assaka, was called Potana. DN.ii.235 The Assakas had settlements on the Godāvarī, and Bāvarī’s hermitage…

assalāyana →

dppn

…a story of the past where Asita Devala had defeated brahmins who held these same views, Assalāyana feels relieved and expresses his admiration of…

asura →

dppn

…the oldest books of the Tipitaka and is described in identical words in several passages. DN.ii.285 SN.i.222 SN.iv.201ff. SN.v.447 MN.i.253…

avanti →

dppn

…least for some time, the capital of Avanti. It is quite likely that ancient Avanti was divided into two parts, the northern part having its capital…

aṅga →

dppn

…mentioned in the Pitakas. The countries mentioned are Aṅga, Māgadha, Kāsī, Kosala, Vajji, Mallā, Ceti, Vaṃsa, Kuru, Pañcāla,…

bhaggā →

dppn

…tribe and a country, the capital of which was Suṃsumāragiri. The Bhagga country lay between Vesāli and Sāvatthī.

The Buddha went there…

bharata →

dppn

…of the Sovīras in the time of Reṇu. His capital was in Roruva. DN.ii.235f.

bharaṇḍukālāma →

dppn

…that he should go to the hermitage of Bharaṇḍu. The Buddha acted on this suggestion and spent the night there.

When Mahānāma arrived the next…

bhesakalāvana →

dppn

…to encourage him in his meditations. AN.iv.228ff.

The palace Kokanada, built for Prince Bodhi, was in the neighbourhood of the grove….

bhojaputta →

dppn

…modern Vidarbha.

In the Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.i.6f. the devaputta Rohitassa says that he was a Bhojaputta in his previous birth.

bhusāgāra →

dppn

…while he was meditating there, a thunderstorm broke out and two peasants and four oxen were killed near him, but so wrapped in…

bhuñjatī →

dppn

…the Buddha engaged in meditation, Bhuñjatī waiting on him and worshipping him with clasped hands. Sakka asked her to salute the Buddha in his…

bhāradvāja →

dppn

…clan are mentioned in the Pitakas. In one family, living at Rājagaha, the eldest was married to a Dhanañjāni brahmince and later became an…

bhāvitatta →

dppn

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

bimbisāra →

dppn

…of monks accepted the hospitality of Bimbisāra. At the conclusion of the meal, Bimbisāra poured water from a golden jar on the Buddha’s hand…

bodhi →

dppn

He lived at Suṃsumāragiri in the Bhagga country and built a palace called Kokanada. When the palace was completed, the Buddha was staying at Bhesakalāvana near by, and Bodhi sent a message by Sañjikāp …

brahmadatta →

dppn

…with Potama as his capital. DN.ii.235f.

Brahmadatta3

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of avoiding anger when confronted…

buddha →

dppn

…After an initial hesitation he decided to teach the Dhamma he had found, and he did so for the next 45 years, until he passed away at the…

bāhiya →

dppn

…lesson and being told to meditate on the four satipaṭṭhānas. This contemplation led to arahantship.

Bāhiya3

A monk, fellow…

bārānasī →

dppn

…the time when it was the capital of an independent kingdom, is often stated E.g., J.iv.377; J.vi.160; MA.ii.608 to have been twelve leagues. The…

bāvarī →

dppn

…sent his sixteen pupils—Ajita, Tissametteyya, Puṇṇaka, Mettagū, Dhotaka, Upasīva, Nanda, Hemaka, Todeyya, Kappa, Jatukaṇṇī,…

bījaka →

dppn

The son of Sudinna Kalandakaputta by the wife of his lay days. He was conceived after Sudinna had already been ordained. His wife came to him during her period and begged him to give her an offspring. …

cakkaratana →

dppn

…to the Cakkavatti’s capital, and remains fixed as an ornament on the open terrace in front of his inner apartments. DN.ii.173f.

cakkavatti →

dppn

…Bālapaṇḍita and Ambaṭṭha Suttas. SN.v.98

From the Mahāpadāna Sutta it would appear that the birth of a Cakkavatti is…

campā →

dppn

…the same name; it was the capital of Aṅga and was celebrated for its beautiful lake, the Gaggarā-pokkharaṇī. On its banks was a grove of…

chabbaggiyā →

dppn

…Punabbasu, Panduka, Lohitaka, Mettiya and Bhummaja hence their name.

There were also nuns in their following, who likewise violated the…

channa →

dppn

Channa1

A Wanderer, classed among those who wore clothes. He is only mentioned once, in the Aṅguttara Nikāya, AN.iii.215 where we are told that he visited Ānanda at Sāvatthī and asked him …

citta →

dppn

…and accepted Citta’s hospitality. Among them was Isidatta, a former acquaintance of Citta, but Isidatta left when he found that his identity had…

cittaka →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of how the cries of the beautiful peacocks wake the meditator to practice. Thag.22

cittā →

dppn

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

cunda →

dppn

…Kassapa, Mahā Koṭṭhita, Mahā Kaccāna and other very eminent Elders.

The Pitakas contain several discourses AN.iii.355 AN.v.41 AN.v.157…

cālā →

dppn

…to tempt…

cātumeyyakā →

dppn

The inhabitants of Cātuma. MN.i.457

cātummahārājikā →

dppn

The inhabitants of the lowest deva world. his world derives its name from the Four Great Kings (Cattāro Mahārājāno) who dwell there as…

cūḷaka →

dppn

…peacocks and good earth, and how happily he meditates. Thag.211–212

cūḷapanthaka →

dppn

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

dakkhiṇāpatha →

dppn

…that Bāvarī had his hermitage in Dakkhiṇāpatha territory, midway between the kingdoms of Assaka and Alaka. Snp.976 Elsewhere the name is…

dantikā →

dppn

One day, during her meditation on Gijjhakūṭa, she saw how a well tamed elephant obeyed its master’s commands, and developing insight on this…

devadatta →

dppn

…they should accept no invitations to meals, but live entirely on alms obtained by begging, 3. that they should wear only robes made of discarded…

devahita →

dppn

…Upavāna obtained from Devahita hot water and molasses, which he sent on a pingo by a serving man. Hot fomentations and the administering of…

dhammasava-pitā →

dppn

Dhammasava-pitā

Father of Dhammasava. He was one hundred and twenty years old when he went forth. Thag.108

dhammā →

dppn

…day, while returning from her alms round, she slipped and fell. Meditating on this, she became an arahant. Thig.17

dhaniya →

dppn

…of the rains, he sat meditating on his comfortable circumstances and broke forth into song in token of his happiness. As Dhaniya proceeded with…

dhataraṭṭha →

dppn

…king of Aṅga with his capital in Campā, and the other of the Kāsīs with his capital in Benares. DN.ii.235f.

Dhataraṭṭha3

A…

dīghajāṇu →

dppn

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

eṇikūla →

dppn

…him rebirth in the Brahma-world was that of having set free the inhabitants when the village was raided. SN.i.143

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gandhabbā →

dppn

…monks and nuns in their meditations in solitude. The Buddha says that beings are born among the Gandhabakāyikā devā because they wish to be so;…

gavesī →

dppn

…an arahant. His followers imitated him in every step of his spiritual advancement, and they, too, became arahants.

The Buddha related this story…

gayā →

dppn

…and also near the Tankitamañca, Snp.p.47 SN.i.207 the residence of Sūciloma.

It was at a spring festival in Gayā that Senaka Thera was…

geyya →

dppn

The second of the nine portions (aṅgas) into which the Buddhist scriptures were arranged before the development of the Tipiṭaka. It includes all the suttas composed in verse, especially the whole Sa …

ghaṭīkāra →

dppn

…the Buddha accepted his invitation in preference to that of the king of Benares. It is said that when the Buddha was in need of anything he would…

gijjhakūṭa →

dppn

…and to have seen many inhabitants of Rājagaha reborn in Gijjhakūṭa as petas. SN.ii.254 Vin.iii.104 AN.iv.75

The Mettiya-bhummajakas…

girimānanda →

dppn

…speak of his delight in meditating in his small hut while it rains. Thag.325–329

The Giri Sutta was preached in reference to Girimānanda, when…

godhika →

dppn

…speaks of his delight in meditating while the rain falls on his little hut. Thag.51

According to the Saṃyutta SN.i.120f. account, Godhika…

gonaddha →

dppn

…way from Bāvarī’s hermitage to see the Buddha at Rājagaha.

Between Gonaddha and their starting place lay Patitthāna, Māhissati and…

gosāla →

dppn

Gosāla

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of how after eating honey and rice he returns to his hillside to meditate. Thag.23

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 …

gotamadvāra →

dppn

The gate by which the Buddha left Pāṭaligāma, after having eaten there at the invitation of Sunidha and Vassakāra. Vin.i.230 Ud.viii.6 DN.ii.89

Pāṭaliputta2building

gutijjita →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, whose name occurs in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

gāthā →

dppn

One of the nine portions (aṅga) into which the Buddhist scriptures were organized before the Tipiṭaka. It includes the Theragāthā and Therīgāthā, and other verses. Vin.iii.8

gūtha →

dppn

…Mahā Niraya, and is the habitation of needle-mouthed creatures who rip away the skin, flesh, tendons, etc., of the victim and then devour his…

hatthāroha →

dppn

…replied that he would be born in the Sārañjita hell. SN.iv.310

hārika →

dppn

HārikaHārita

A bandit of Rājagaha. After death he was born as a ghost with a headless trunk, and was seen by Moggallāna. His mouth and his eyes…

hārita →

dppn

…Brahmās. DN.ii.261

Hārita2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of making body and mind straight….

iccānaṅgala →

dppn

…to him in large numbers and created a disturbance by their shouts. The Buddha had to send Nāgita, who was then his personal attendant, to curb…

isidatta →

dppn

…they were both born in Tusita. Migasālā asks Ānanda how it was that people of different characters could have the same rebirth. AN.iii.348f.

isipatana →

dppn

…Sāriputta and Mahākoṭṭhita, SN.ii.112f. SN.iii.167f. SN.iv.162f. SN.384ff. and one between Mahākoṭṭhita and…

jenta →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of his former pride and arrogance and how these have been left behind…

jetavana →

dppn

…Anāthapiṇḍika’s invitation to visit Sāvatthī the latter, seeking a suitable place for the Buddha’s residence, discovered this park…

jita →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

jāliya →

dppn

A wanderer who, with his friend Mandissa, visited the Buddha at the Ghositārāma. DN.i.159 The Buddha preached to them the Jāliya Sutta. According to the Pātika Sutta, when Jāliya heard that Pātika cou …

kajaṅgalā →

dppn

…Veḷuvana there, the inhabitants of the village went to her and asked her to explain in detail what the Buddha had taught them in brief. This she…

kakudha →

dppn

…the Kakudha who was an inhabitant of Koḷiyā and was an attendant of Moggallāna. Having died, he was reborn among the mind-born devas with a…

kakusandha →

dppn

…of Rājagaha was named Pacina-vaṃsa and the inhabitants were called Tivarā.

kallavāḷaputta →

dppn

…on the seventh day, while meditating there, he became an arahant, being admonished by the Buddha, who warned him against sloth….

kapilavatthu →

dppn

…spend the night in the hermitage of Bharaṇḍu, the Kālāman. AN.i.276f. On another occasion we hear of the Buddha convalescing at…

kapinaccanā →

dppn

Kapinaccanā may have been a name for the cemetery near Vesāli where Kappitaka lived. Vin.iv.306

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kappitaka →

dppn

…erected a shrine near Kappitaka’s cell. The Elder, disturbed by the sound of their lamentations, broke the shrine and scattered the materials….

kassapa →

dppn

…addressed as Kassapa—e.g., Uruvelā-Kassapa or Nāgita Thera. DN.i.151

kassapagotta →

dppn

…visited him enjoyed his hospitality and stayed on. After some time, feeling that they had outstayed their welcome, Kassapagotta grew tired of…

keṇiya →

dppn

…a meal and showed great hospitality. It was as a result of the drinks offered by Keṇiya that the Buddha laid down a rule as to which drinks were…

khemaka →

dppn

An arahant. Once, when he lay very ill at the Badarikārāmā, near Kosambī, some monks, staying at the Ghositārāma, sent one of their number, Dāsaka, with a message to Khemaka, inquiring whether he mana …

khemavatī →

dppn

The capital of King Khemaṅkara and the birthplace of Kakusandha. DN.ii.7

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khemā →

dppn

…AN.iv.347 SN.ii.236 as the highest ideal of womanhood worthy of imitation, and is described as the nun par excellence.

khitaka →

dppn

Khitaka1

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of how light and joyful his body feels. Thag.104

Khitaka2

A monk whose…

khomadussakā →

dppn

An inhabitant of Khomadussa. SN.i.184

khujjasobhita →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of learned ascetics of Pāṭaliputta. Thag.234–236 He was evidently one of the Pācīnaka (’Eastern“) monks who proclaimed the ten indulgences at Vesāli. He was one of …

kikī →

dppn

…had already accepted the invitation of Ghaṭīkāra of Vehaliṅga. Kikī was at first hurt by the refusal, but when the Buddha described…

kosala →

dppn

…and Māgadha became inevitable. Quite soon after Bimbisāra’s death there were many fierce fights between Ajātasattu, his successor, and…

kosalakā →

dppn

The inhabitants of Kosala. DN.i.150

kosambī →

dppn

The capital of the Vatsas or Vaṃsas. In the time of the Buddha its king was Parantapa, and after him reigned his son Udena. Kosambī was evidently…

kosinārakā →

dppn

Inhabitants of Kusinārā. Vin.i.247

koṇāgamana →

dppn

…Sobha, who dwelt in the capital of Sobhavatī. DN.ii.1

In Koṇāgamana’s time Mount Vepulla was known as Vaṅkaka, and the people living on…

kumārakassapa →

dppn

…when Kumāra Kassapa was meditating in Andhavana a deva appeared before him, and asked him fifteen questions which only the Buddha could answer….

kuru →

dppn

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

29.17, 78.021janapada

kusinārā →

dppn

The capital of the Mallas and the scene of the Buddha’s death. At that time it was a small city, “a branch-township with wattle-and-daub…

kuvera →

dppn

…is Āḷakamandā and his citadel Visāṇā. His messengers are Tatolā, Tattolā, Tatotalā, Ojasi, Tejasi, Tatojasī, Sūra, Rāja, Ariṭṭha…

kāliṅga →

dppn

…inhabitant of Ñātika. While staying in Ñātika, at the Giñjakāvasatha, the Buddha tells Ānanda that Kālinga was…

kāmabhū →

dppn

…staying in Kosambī, in Ghosita Park, and as asking Ānanda certain questions, recorded in the Kāmabhū Sutta. SN.iv.165 Two other suttas bearing…

kāsi →

dppn

…Nations, AN.i.213 its capital being Bārāṇasī.

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

kāḷudāyī →

dppn

…and gave him their invitation, singing the season’s beauties in a series of verses. He was declared pre-eminent among those who gladdened…

kāḷī →

dppn

…Seeing Mahākāla meditating in the cemetery, she cut off from a recently cremated body its thighs and arms, and making of them a sort of…

kīṭāgiri →

dppn

A village of the Kāsis, on the road from Kāsi to Sāvatthī. It was the headquarters of the followers of Assaji and Punabbasu, who lived there, behaving in a shameless and wicked manner. A certain monk, …

kūṭāgārasālā →

dppn

…SN.iii.116 SN.iv.380 Nāgita, the Buddha’s former attendant, and Nāgita’s nephew the novice Sīha; DN.i.151 also Cāla, Upacāla,…

lambītakā →

dppn

A class of devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.261

licchavī →

dppn

…relics. DN.ii.165

Their capital was Vesāli, and they formed a part of the Vajjian confederacy, being often referred to as the Vajjīs. They were…

lohicca →

dppn

…The Buddha accepted the invitation, and, at the end of the meal, questioned Lohicca regarding his views. At the end of the discussion Lohicca…

lohitavāsī →

dppn

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

macchikāsaṇḍa →

dppn

…Mahākaccāna, Mahākoṭṭhita, Mahākappina, Mahācunda, Anuruddha, Revata, Upāli, Ānanda and Rāhula; these all went there while travelling in…

madhurā →

dppn

MadhurāMathurā

The capital of Surasena, situated on the Yamunā. Its king, soon after the death of Bimbisāra, was Avantiputta, MN.ii.83 who,…

maghadevaambavana →

dppn

…where Makhādeva lived in meditation after retiring from household life.

This grove existed even in the time of the Buddha, and during his stay…

mahesā →

dppn

…route from Bāvari’s hermitage to Sāvatthī. Snp.1011

According to the Mahāgovinda Sutta DN.ii.220.ff. it was the capital of Avanti and was…

mahākassapa →

dppn

…desirability of holding a Recital of the Buddha’s teachings. The five hundred who were selected met in Council under the presidency of Kassapa and…

mahākoṭṭhita →

dppn

…of the foremost disciples of the Buddha, ranked foremost among masters of analytical knowledge….

mahāmoggallāna →

dppn

…Candana, Suyāma, Santusita, Sunimitta and Vasavatti SN.iv.269–280 He was also consulted by those, such as Vacchagotta, SN.iv.391ff. and…

mahānāma →

dppn

…spend the night in the hermitage of Bharaṇḍu Kālāma. SN.v.327f. This he did, and was joined there the next morning by Mahānāma; as a…

mahāpajāpatī →

dppn

…gave her a subject for meditation. With this topic she developed insight and soon after won arahantship, while her five hundred companions…

mahāvijita →

dppn

A king of long ago, whose exemplary sacrifice, held under the direction of his chaplain, is narrated in the Kūṭadanta Sutta.

makkhali →

dppn

…is confounded with Ajita Kesakambala, and sometimes. AN.iii.383f. Pūraṇa Kassapa appears as though he were a disciple of…

malitavambha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse says that one should only stay in a dwelling that is conducive to the goal. Thag.105

mallā →

dppn

…DN.ii.167

The Malla capital of Kusinārā was, in the Buddha’s day, a place of small importance. Ānanda contemptuously refers to it as a…

mantāvatī →

dppn

The capital city where King Koñca lived, whose daughter was Sumedhā Therī. Thig.450

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meghiya →

dppn

…to dwell there in meditation. Twice the Buddha refused, but, on his third request, let him go. There, however, Meghiya was consumed by evil…

mettiyabhummajakā →

dppn

…to receive his hospitality, he was much displeased, and ordered his female slave to look after them. The monks were greatly annoyed, and…

migāramātupāsāda →

dppn

…order to expedite and facilitate the work.

Numerous suttas were preached there; chief among these were the Aggañña, the Uṭṭhāna, the…

mithilā →

dppn

The capital of the Videha country. The city was very ancient, and, according to the Mahāgovinda Sutta, DN.ii.235 was founded by Mahāgovinda,…

mudita →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of unflagging striving, regardless of life or limb. Thag.311–314

musila →

dppn

Musila

A monk. A conversation is recorded in the Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.ii.115f. between him and Savittha, which is said to have taken place in Ghositārāma in Kosambī, regarding the paṭiccasamuppāda.

māgadha →

dppn

…Pāṭaliputta became the capital. By the time of Bimbisāra, Aṅga, too, formed a part of Māgadha, and he was known as king of Aṅga Māgadha….

māra →

dppn

…the hearts even of the inhabitants of the Brahma world. The Māra Saṃyutta SN.i.103ff. contains several instances of Māra’s temptations of…

nakulamātā →

dppn

Wife of Nakulapitā. They were householders of Suṃsumāragiri in the Bhagga-country. When the Buddha visited the village and stayed at Bhesakalāvana, they went to see him. They immediately fell at his …

nakulapitā →

dppn

Husband of Nakulamātā. They were householders of Suṃsumāragiri in the Bhagga-country. When the Buddha visited the village and stayed at Bhesakalāvana, they went to see him. They immediately fell at h …

nandana →

dppn

…where the inhabitants of Tāvatiṃsā, headed by Indra, go for their amusement. AN.iii.40 Cakkavatti kings are born in Tāvatiṃsā…

nigaṇṭha nāṭaputta →

dppn

…is said to have shown no hesitation in declaring the destinies of his disciples after death SN.iv.398 ; but Sakuludāyi says MN.ii.31 MN.i.93…

nāgita →

dppn

Nāgita1

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of the unique efficacy of practicing the Buddha’s path….

nālaka →

dppn

Nephew of Asita Kāladevala. When Asita realized that he would not live to see the Buddha, he sought out Nālaka and asked him to leave the world at…

nārada →

dppn

…preached to him on the inevitable ness of old age, disease, death, etc. Muṇḍa was consoled, and buried the body of his wife, which he had till…

nīta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse asks when the lazy fool will ever escape suffering. Thag.84

pajjanika →

dppn

PajjanikaSajjanela

A Koliyan village, the residence of Suppavāsā Koḷiyādhītā, mother of Sīvali. The Buddha is said to have stayed there. AN.ii.62

Koliya3town

paranimmitavasavattī →

dppn

A class of devas, inhabitants of the highest stage of the sensuous universe.

They are described AN.i.210 SN.v.410 SN.v.423 DN.ii.91 DN.iii.218 as…

paribbājakā →

dppn

…and to engage in profitable discussion. The utmost cordiality seems to have prevailed on these occasions, intercourse and discussions were…

parājitā →

dppn

ParājitāParajita Sarājita

A Niraya in which those who die in battle are born. SN.iv.311

5hell

patiṭṭhāna →

dppn

The capital of Aḷaka, the first place to be passed by Bāvarī’s disciples on their way to Sāvatthī. Snp.1011 It is identified with the…

paṇḍita →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

pilindavaccha →

dppn

…for the provision of suitable remedies. Vin.i.204f.

Once Bimbisāra found Pilinda, clearing a cave in order to provide a cell for himself….

pubbakoṭṭhakā →

dppn

…place seems also to have been called Pubbakoṭṭhaka. Near by was the hermitage of the brahmin Rammaka. MN.i.161

27.51009, 82.091213building

pukkusa →

dppn

…and yet so deep was he in meditation that he had failed to notice them. The Buddha told him how, when he himself was in Atumā in the Bhusāgāra,…

purāṇa →

dppn

…and was reborn in Tusita as a sakadāgāmī. AN.iii.348ff. AN.v.138ff.

A conversation he had with the Buddha, in the company of…

puṇṇa →

dppn

…; they were rebuked by Asita Devala for their pretensions regarding the superiority of brahmins.

Puṇṇa2Koliyaputta

A naked…

pālileyya →

dppn

…of Bhaddasāla in the Rakkhitavanasaṇḍa. There a certain elephant who, finding communal life distasteful, had left his herd, waited on the…

pārāpariya →

dppn

…The first depicts him meditating in solitude and pondering over the things that one should do to accompish one’s duty and do no harm….

pātaligāma →

dppn

…Pātaliputtta became the capital is uncertain. Hiouen Thsang seems to record (Beal: Records ii.85, n. 11) that it was Kālāsoka who moved the seat…

pātikaputta →

dppn

…born in Mahā Niraya, but Ajita was born in Tāvatiṃsā and accused Pātikaputta of being a liar. Later, the Buddha visited the hermitage of…

pātimokkha →

dppn

…of interrupting the recital seems to have been changed later Vin.ii.240ff. even though the old formula, asking the members to speak,…

pāveyyakā →

dppn

…name given to the inhabitants of Pāvā—e.g., Pāveyyakā Mallā. DN.ii.165

Pāvā was evidently a centre of Buddhist activity even during…

pāvā →

dppn

…Ubbhataka, and, at their invitation, the Buddha consecrated it by first occupying it and then preaching in it. After the Buddha had finished…

rakkhita →

dppn

…become cool. Thag.79

Rakkhita2Rakkhitavanasaṇḍa

A forest tract near the village of Pārileyya. There the Buddha retired and lived…

raṭṭhapāla →

dppn

…visited Thullakoṭṭhita, Raṭṭhapāla went to hear him preach and decided to leave the world. His parents would not, however, give their…

revata →

dppn

…from one hundred and twelve thousand, at the head of whom was Revata—held a recital of the Dhamma, which recital therefore came to be…

reṇu →

dppn

…Aṅga and Kāsi; their capitals were, respectively, Dantapura, Potana, Māhissatī, Roruka, Mithilā, Campā and Bārāṇasī. Reṇu himself…

rohitassa →

dppn

…life, been a sage called Rohitassa, of great psychic powers, able in one stride to cross from the western ocean to the eastern. With such a stride,…

rohitassā →

dppn

The legendary inhabitants of Rājagaha, in the time of Koṇāgamana Buddha. At that time, Mount Vipula was called Vaṅkaka. The life of a Rohitassa…

rojā →

dppn

…the monks should accept hospitality only from him. This request was refused by the Buddha, who said that Rojā must take his turn with others in…

rāhula →

dppn

…Buddha to ask for his inheritance. The Buddha gave him no answer, and, at the conclusion of the meal, left the palace. Rāhula followed him,…

rāhulamātā →

dppn

…go and ask him for your inheritance.“ Rāhula followed the Buddha, and, at the Buddha’s request, was ordained by Sāriputta. Vin.i.82 This is…

rājagaha →

dppn

A city, the capital of Māgadha.

The place was called Giribbaja (mountain stronghold) because it was surrounded by five hills—Paṇḍava,…

rāmagāmaka →

dppn

…of the Ganges. Its inhabitants claimed and obtained a share of the Buddha’s relics, over which they erected a thūpa….

sabbaka →

dppn

SabbakaSappaka

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of his joy in living on the banks of the Ajakaraṇī, practising meditation. Thag.307–310.

sahampati →

dppn

…at the Ajapālanigrodha, hesitating as to whether or not he should preach the Dhamma, Sahampati appeared before him and begged of him to open to…

sakka →

dppn

…but found him in meditation, with Bhuñjatī, wife of Vessavaṇa, waiting on him. He therefore left with a request to Bhuñjatī to greet…

sambhūta →

dppn

…uttered by Sambhūta, which speak of going about one’s affairs in the suitable manner, is included in the Theragāthā. Thag.291–294

sandhita →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of attaining a perception of the Buddha under a fig tree. Thag.217–218

sangharakkhita →

dppn

Sangharakkhita

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of one who, although in seclusion, still has uncontrolled faculties. Thag.109

santusita →

dppn

Chief of the devas of the Tusita world. DN.i.218 AN.iv.243 SN.iv.280

sappasoṇḍikapabbhāra →

dppn

SappasoṇḍikapabbhāraSappasoṇḍika

A mountain cave in the Sītavana, near Rājagaha. DN.ii.116 A conversation which took place there between Sāriputta and Upasena, just before the latter’s death, is reco …

sarañjita →

dppn

A class of Devas, the gods of “Passionate Delight”. According to the belief of some, a man who dies fighting is born among them. SN.iv.308

sattabhū →

dppn

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

savittha →

dppn

…him, Sāriputta and Koṭṭhita, that he preferred the person who obtains relief by faith, to one who testifies to the truth with the body or one…

saṅkicca →

dppn

…speak of his delight in meditating in the forest, free of harmful intentions, and confident that his religious path is accomplished. Thag.597–607

selā →

dppn

…who was enjoying her meditation in the Andhavana under a tree when Māra, in the guise of a stranger, approached her and tried to tempt her….

serī →

dppn

…at the four gates of his capital. Then the women of the court wished also to give, and he allowed them to give at one gate; thus some of his own…

sigālakapitā →

dppn

…Theragāthā verse speak of a monk who practices skeleton-meditation in the Bhesakaḷā forest. Thag.18

sirivaḍḍha →

dppn

…verses speak of meditating in the cleft of Mounts Vebhāra and Paṇḍava while the lightning flashes….

sobhita →

dppn

Sobhita1

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.71

Sobhita2

A monk who was foremost among those who could remember past births. AN.i.25…

somā →

dppn

…day, as she was meditating at the foot of a tree in Andhavana, Māra, wishing to interrupt her privacy, approached her, invisible in the…

sovīra →

dppn

…Bharata was king of Sovīra, and Roruka was its capital.

Eder, Gujarat?3region

soṇa →

dppn

…gave him a subject for meditation, and he went to Sītavana, but many people visited him and he was unable to concentrate. He strove hard, and,…

subhadda →

dppn

…dwelt in solitude and in meditation and soon became an arahant. DN.ii.148ff.

Subhadda3

A lay disciple of Nātikā. He was an…

subhā →

dppn

Subhā1

A group of Brahmās; the group includes the Parittasubhā, the Appamāṇasubhā and the Subhakiṇhā. MN.iii.102

Subhā2Kammāradhītā

The daughter of a rich goldsmith of Rājagah …

subhūti →

dppn

…of those who were worthy of gifts. AN.i.24 The Buddha also praised his skill in meditation. Ud.vi.7

A verse attributed to him is included in the…

subāhu →

dppn

…Vin.i.19f.

Subāhu2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of the joy of meditating in his little hut while the rain falls….

sudassī →

dppn

…DN.ii.52 MN.i.259 DN.iii.237…

suddhavāsa →

dppn

…but, finding him in meditation during the noonday heat, went to see a certain Brahmā who was infatuated with his own importance.

They told…

suddhāvāsakāyikādevā →

dppn

…group of devas, inhabitants of the Suddhāvāsā, who appeared before the Buddha and recited three verses in praise of the Saṅgha. SN.i.26…

sumaṅgala →

dppn

…speaks of being well rid of three crooked things, and exhorts himself to meditation. Thag.43

Sumaṅgala2

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

sunakkhatta →

dppn

…Sunakkhatta the words of Ajita, the Licchavi general who had been born in Tāvatiṃsā, to the effect that Pātikaputta was “a liar and a…

sundarīnandā →

dppn

…among nuns in power of meditation. Thag.82–86 AN.i.25

There seems to have been some confusion in the legends of the different Therīs named…

sunimmita →

dppn

A devaputta, king of the Nimmānaratī world. SN.iv.280 AN.iv.243

sunīta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of his humble origins and how he bowed and scaped before many people, until he was lifted up by the Buddha. Practcing in the forest he realized the Dhamma, so that …

supatiṭṭhita →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

suppatiṭṭhita →

dppn

A nigrodha tree belonging to king Koravya. The king and his court ate the first portion of the fruit as big as pipkins and sweet; the army had the second portion, the town and country people the thi …

suppavāsā →

dppn

SuppavāsāKoliyadhītā

A lay woman who lived in the Koliyan village of Sajjanela, where the Buddha visited her and preached to her on the efficacy of giving food. AN.ii.62f. She was described by the …

suppiyā →

dppn

…name of the inhabitants of Rājagaha in the time of Kassapa Buddha. At that time Vepulla was called Supassa….

susumāragiri →

dppn

…which it was probably the capital. Near the city was the Bhesakalāvana where the Buddha stayed.

During his visits there he preached the Anumāna…

suvidehā →

dppn

…of a country and its inhabitants. MN.i.225

It is that part of Videha which is opposite Māgadha, on the other side of the Ganges.

that part of…

sāgata →

dppn

…power in the Jaṭila hermitage at Ambatiṭṭha, Sāgata went there and lived in the Nāga’s abode. The Nāga showed great resentment, but…

sāketa →

dppn

…Pasenadi went from the capital to Sāketa, he spent a night in Toraṇavatthu, where be visited Khemā Therī who lived there. Between Sāketa…

sākya →

dppn

…Buddha belonged. Their capital was Kapilavatthu. Mention is also made of other Sākyan settlements - e.g., Cātumā, Khomadussa, Sāmagāma,…

sāleyyakā →

dppn

The inhabitants of Sālā. MN.i.285

sālā →

dppn

…village of Kosala, its inhabitants were called Sāleyyakā. The Apaṇṇaka Sutta and the Saleyyaka Sutta were preached there. MN.i.285…

sāmuga →

dppn

…Koliyans, where Ānanda once stayed, and where he preached to the inhabitants. They were called Sāpūgiyā. AN.ii.194

Koliya3town

sāvatthī →

dppn

The capital city of Kosala in India and one of the six great Indian cities during the lifetime of the Buddha. DN.ii.147 It was six leagues from…

sāḷha →

dppn

…the reason for the invitation, did not go, and, instead, sent an attendant nun to Sāḷha’s house for her alms, excusing herself on the…

sīha →

dppn

…He was a student under Nāgita, and was with him when the Buddha once stayed in Vesāli. Seeing a great number of people coming to visit the…

sītavalāhakā →

dppn

A class of devas. When they wish to regale their bodies, the weather becomes cool. SN.iii.256

sītavana →

dppn

…practise asceticism. AN.iii.374

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

Ekavihāriya is also mentioned…

sīvaka →

dppn

Sīvaka1

A Yakkha who helped Anāthapiṇḍika to find the Buddha at Sītavana.Vin.ii.155f. SN.i.211 He is mentioned among the chief Yakkhas to be invoked by followers of the Buddha in time of …

sūciloma →

dppn

…the Buddha was at the Tankitamañca in Gayā, which was the abode of Sūciloma, Sūciloma and his friend, Khara, happened to be passing by, and…

sūrasena →

dppn

…of the Kuru country. Its capital was Mathurā. It is famous in the Epics and the Purānas because of its connection with Kṛṣṇa, and the…

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…

thera →

dppn

…Hearing this, the Buddha sent for him and taught him how the solitary life could be perfected in detail. SN.ii.282f.

thullakoṭṭhika →

dppn

…township in the Kuru country. It was the birthplace of Raṭṭhapāla, and it was there that the Buddha stayed…

tivarā →

dppn

The name given to the inhabitants of Mount Vepulla, then known as Pācīnavaṃsa, near Rājagaha, in the time of Kakusandha Buddha. Their term of…

tusita →

dppn

…for all Bodhisattas to be born in Tusita in their last life but one. The inhabitants of Tusita were present at the Mahāsamaya. DN.ii.161

5heaven

tusitā →

dppn

The inhabitants of the Tusita world.

ubhato-vibhaṅga →

dppn

Ubhato-vibhaṅga

A collective term, comprehending the Bhikkhu-vibhaṅga and the Bhikkhunī-vibhaṅga of the Vinaya Pītaka. Sometimes the word seems to be used as varia lectio for Ubhato-Vinaya. Vin.ii.287

udāyī →

dppn

…Udāyī

There were at least two monks called Udāyī, and it is not always possible to be sure which one is meant….

ujjaya →

dppn

…but sacrifices not necessitating butchery, such as, for instance, a long-established charity, an oblation for the welfare of the family, had…

ujjenī →

dppn

The capital of Avanti. In the Buddha’s time, Caṇḍapajjota Vin.i.276 was king of Ujjenī and there was friendly intercourse between that city…

upanīta →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in the Isigili Sutta. MN.iii.70

upavāna →

dppn

…help of his lay-friend Devahita, obtained hot water and suitable medicines, with which the ailment was healed; the Buddha, thereupon, expressed his…

upāli →

dppn

upajjhāya was Kappitaka. Vin.iv.308

In the assembly of the Saṅgha, the Buddha declared him to be the most proficient of those who were…

usabha →

dppn

…not I, who have obtained suitable season, win growth by good qualities?“ Pondering thus, he strove and obtained insight. Thag.110

Usabha…

uttarakuru →

dppn

…hot oven-stoves. The inhabitants go about riding on cows, on men and women, on maids and youths. Their king rides on an elephant, on a horse, on…

uttarakurukā →

dppn

The inhabitants of Uttarakuru. AN.iv.396

uttiya →

dppn

…Dwelling in solitude, he meditates on this and becomes an arahant.

Perhaps he is also identical with Uttiya Paribbājaka, who is represented in…

vajirā →

dppn

…one day, when she was meditating in Andhavana at Sāvatthī, Māra questioned her as to the origin of a “being”, its creator, its origin,…

vajjiputta →

dppn

…a certain “Gotama” to meditate in the forest. Thag.119 In the Saṃyutta SN.i.199 the same verse is attributed to a forest deva who wished to…

vajjita →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how, after many rebirths he has found peace. Thag.215–216

vajjiyamāhita →

dppn

…encouraged. When Vajjiyamāhita had left him, the Buddha held him up to the monks as an example of a good householder, capable of profitable…

vajjī →

dppn

…Great Nations. The inhabitants appear to have consisted of several confederate clans of whom the Licchavī and the Videhā were the chief. The…

vakkali →

dppn

…ill or happy, while meditating in the forest. Thag.350–354 The Buddha declared him foremost among those of implicit faith. AN.i.25 In the…

valliya →

dppn

…rains outside, since he meditates in comfort in his hut. Thag.53

Two further verses ascribed to a monk of the same name address a monkey who…

vanavaccha →

dppn

…on the same theme….

vasavattī →

dppn

…of the devas of the Parinimmita-vassavatti world. DN.i.219 Because of his generosity and virtue practised in past births, he surpasses the devas…

vaṃsa →

dppn

…south of Kosala, and its capital was Kosambī on the Yamunā. Udena, son of Parantapa, was its king in the time of the Buddha.

Avanti lay to the…

vaṅgīsa →

dppn

…Buddha—e.g., the Subhāsita Sutta, Thag.1227–1230 a sutta on Nibbāna, Thag.1238–1245 and a sutta preached at the Pavāraṇā ceremony….

vepulla →

dppn

…respectively, Tivaras, Rohitassas and Suppiyas. The mountain has diminished in size, for the Tivaras, who lived for forty thousand years, took…

verañjā →

dppn

…of Verañja and his invitation to the Buddha to spend his rainy season there.

At that time there was a famine, and five hundred householders…

vessabhū →

dppn

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

vesāli →

dppn

A city, capital of the Licchavis. It is not possible to know how many visits were paid by the Buddha to Vesāli, but the books would lead us to infer…

veḷuvana →

dppn

…he accepted the king’s invitation to a meal at the palace, at the end of which the king, seeking a place for the Buddha to live “not too far…

videha →

dppn

…Vajjian confederacy. Its capital was Mithilā. The kingdom bordered on the Ganges, on one side of which was Māgadha and on the other Videha….

vijita →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

vijitasena →

dppn

Several verses uttered by him in self admonition, in which he displays his knowledge of elephant training, are included in the Theragāthā. Thag.355–359

vipassī →

dppn

…brother Khandha and his purohita’s son Tissa; these two later became his chief disciples. His constant attendant was Asoka; Caṇḍā and…

vītarāga →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.71

vītasokā →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how, while shaving, he gained insight. Thag.169–170

yakkha →

dppn

…cities, crowds of inhabitants, parks, lakes and assembly halls. Vessavaṇa is also called Kuvera, and the Yakkhas are his servants and…

yasa →

dppn

…to the assembly. Then the recital of the Vinaya was held in which seven hundred monks participated; this recital was called the Sattasatī….

yasoja →

dppn

…found the Buddha lost in meditation, and they, too, seated themselves and entered into samādhi, remaining thus throughout the night. Āmaṇḍa…

yodhājīva →

dppn

…are reborn among the Sārañjita devas. At first the Buddha refused to answer the question, but finding that Yodhājīva insisted, explained to him…

yāma →

dppn

…and those of Tusita.Vin.i.12 AN.i.228 AN.iii.287 MN.ii.194 MN.iii.100 Two hundred years of human life are but one day to the Yāma…

ājīvakā →

dppn

…are to be found in the Pitakas, only a few of them being at all complimentary. Thus in the Mahā Saccaka Sutta MN.i.238 they are spoken of as…

ānanda →

dppn

…the Buddha passed away, and was responsible for the recitation of the Suttas.

ānandakumāra →

dppn

…to build three hundred ships in preparation for Mahosadha’s visit to the capital of Pañcala in order to erect buildings for King Vedeha….

āpaṇa →

dppn

…country, probably its capital. The Buddha once visited the city with 1,250 monks and the whole company was entertained by the Jaṭila Keṇiya….

āḷavī →

dppn

Āḷavī1

A town between Sāvatthī and Rājagaha. The Buddha goes from Sāvatthī to Kīṭāgiri, thence to Āḷavī, and finally, to Rājagaha. The Buddha, on several occasions, stayed at Āḷavī at the …

āḷavīgotama →

dppn

…appeared in a ray of light at Bāvarī’s hermitage.

ṭaṅkitamañca →

dppn

ṬaṅkitamañcaTaṅkitamañca

A place near Gayā. It was the residence of the Yakkha Sūciloma and the Buddha once stayed there. Snp.p.47f.

appanā samādhi →

farkas

rögzült, rögzített összpontosítás

carita →

farkas

jellem, alkat

ekaggatā →

farkas

összpontosítás, egyhegyűség

kammaṭṭhāna →

farkas

a meditáció tárgya, gyakorlási terület

kasiṇa →

farkas

eszköz, meditációs tárgy

muditā →

farkas

elismerés, együttörvendés

pāṇātipāta →

farkas

ölés, élőlények elpuszítása

parikkama samādhi →

farkas

előkészítő összpontosítás

sacchikiriya →

farkas

megtapasztalás, megvalósítás

upacāra samādhi →

farkas

megközelítő összpontosítás

viriya →

farkas

tetterő, kitartás

vitakka →

farkas

elmélkedés, gondolati megragadás

abbhanumodita →

ncped

(from abbhanumodati) one who approves; one who prasies.

abbhanumoditar →

ncped

(from abbhanumodati) one who approves; one who prasies.

abbhatīta →

ncped

  1. (pass.) overstepped, transgressed; neglected; passed (by).
  2. (act.)
    1. having elapsed; passed away.
    2. past; dead.

abbheti →

ncped

summons; recalls, rehabilitates a bhikkhu who has been temporarily expelled.

abbhita →

ncped

recalled, rehabilitated

abbhunnadita →

ncped

resounding; made to resound.

abbhāghātanissita →

ncped

situated near a place of execution.

abbhāna →

ncped

the act of rehabilitation of a bhikkhu who has been temporarily expelled; re-admittance.

abhidhamma →

ncped

the name (of the analytic exposition) of the third pitaka of the Buddhist Canon.

abhijjhita →

ncped

one who covets

abhijjhitar →

ncped

one who covets

abhilakkhita →

ncped

marked out, indicated; characterized; appointed; distinguished.

abhimaddita →

ncped

crushed, oppressed; destroyed

abhinandita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) welcomed; liked.
  2. (n.) liking; delight

abhiniggaṇhitabba →

ncped

abhinimantana →

ncped

an invitation.

abhinipajjitabba →

ncped

abhinipphādita →

ncped

produced; obtained

abhinisīditabba →

ncped

abhinīta →

ncped

  1. brought near, summoned; brought to (a parlous state), brought low.
  2. highly finished, excellent

abhipatthita →

ncped

longed for, desires

abhirucita →

ncped

pleasing, agreeable, approved.

abhirādhita →

ncped

successfully attained.

abhirūhitabba →

ncped

abhisamita →

ncped

understood; grasped

abhisamācita →

ncped

heaped together; accumulated.

abhisapita →

ncped

cursed; reviled

abhisañcetayita →

ncped

thought out, planned

abhisaṅkhita →

ncped

planned, prepared, arranged; concocted, constructed, produced artificially; accumulated

abhisobhita →

ncped

adorned; looking bright.

abhitatta →

ncped

scorched; distressed, exhausted (by heat).

abhitāpa →

ncped

extreme heat or pain.

abhitāḷita →

ncped

struck.

abhivadita →

ncped

saluted

abhivaditabba →

ncped

abhivandita →

ncped

saluted; greeted with honor

abhivitarati →

ncped

goes through, finds out for certain; is sure.

abhivitaritvā →

ncped

abhivādita →

ncped

saluted

abhiññāvosita →

ncped

perfected through higher knoweldge

acchitabba →

ncped

acchādita →

ncped

clothed (with)

addita →

ncped

distressed, pained, tormented.

adhicittasikkhā →

ncped

training in (higher) thought, in meditation.

adhicittaṃ →

ncped

as regards though, as to meditation.

adhicitte →

ncped

in regards to thought, to meditation.

adhiggahita →

ncped

excelled; overpowered, possessed.

adhimocita →

ncped

adhimuccati →

ncped

…is sure of; is convinced. 2. concentrates on; pervades (in thought or meditation); wills (magically), changes (by magic). 3. enters the body.

adhimucchita →

ncped

infatuated; clinging to (loc.).

adhimuccita →

ncped

one who believes; who is convinced.

adhimuccitar →

ncped

one who believes; who is convinced.

adhipatthita →

ncped

desire, wished; longed for.

adhivuttha →

ncped

  1. (act.) having accepted (an invitation).
  2. (pass.) accepted, consented to

adhivāsana →

ncped

  1. endurance; forbearance.
  2. assent; acceptance (esp. of an invitation).

adhivāsayati →

ncped

is patient, waits; bears patiently, endures; assents, gives in to; accepts (an invitation).

adhiṭṭhita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.)
    1. (pass.) supervised; resolved on, undertaken; brought under control; possessed, designated, formally taken possession of; used.
    2. (act.) standing upon, mounted upon; resolving on; f …

adhunbhisita →

ncped

recently inaugurated

aggahīta →

ncped

kept back

aggha →

ncped

…price; worth.

aggha2

masculine neuter hospitality, respectful reception of a guest; an offering of water…

aggiparijita →

ncped

(same as aggiparicitta)

agāmaka →

ncped

where there are no villages; without habitation, uninhabited.

ajikakkhāyita →

ncped

chewed by goats

ajjhena →

ncped

learning, study (esp. of the Vedas); recitation.

ajjhesati →

ncped

requests; asks (esp for instruction or recitation of the dhamma).

ajjhesitabba →

ncped

ajjhoharitabba →

ncped

to be eaten

ajjhomucchita →

ncped

swooning; clinging to (in longing).

ajjhosita →

ncped

  1. (act.) attached to, grasping; being bent on.
  2. (pass.) grasped, caught

ajjhositabba →

ncped

ajjhottharatitabba →

ncped

ajjhupekkhita →

ncped

(from ajjhupekkhati) one who looks on with disinterestedness, detachment.

ajjhupekkhitabba →

ncped

ajjhupekkhitar →

ncped

(from ajjhupekkhati) one who looks on with disinterestedness, detachment.

akampita →

ncped

not trembling; not shaken

akappiya →

ncped

akappiya1

mfn. not lawful or acceptable (for bhikkhus or bhikkhunīs); unsuitable, improper

akappiya2

mfn. not to be theorised about; not subject to imaginings

akhalita →

ncped

free from stumbling, from error

akhettaññu →

ncped

not knowledgeable (about, gen.); not familiar with; inexperienced; unskilful; (according to commentary also: knowing who is not a suitable recipient)

akkamitabba →

ncped

will tread on

akkhayita →

ncped

akkhitārakā →

ncped

pupil of the eye; the eye

akkhāna →

ncped

telling, announcing, teaching; a tale, a recitation, a legend.

akkhāyita →

ncped

not eaten

akkositabba →

ncped

akkuṭṭhavandita →

ncped

reviling and respect.

akopa →

ncped

without agitation or anger

akuppa →

ncped

…(n.) what is not able to be disturbed; (a state of) stability. 3. lack of agitation; (the state of) not being provoked or angered, forbearance

akusala →

ncped

…is bad or evil; wrong or unsuitable action or behavior; what leads to suffering or is harmful.

  1. (mfn.) not good at, incompetent; not skilled, not…

akusīta →

ncped

not slothful; conscientious

akāla →

ncped

not the right time, not a suitable time (sometimes: nighttime)

akālacāri →

ncped

traveling or going for alms at the wrong time, an an unsuitable time

akālacārin →

ncped

traveling or going for alms at the wrong time, an an unsuitable time

akālavādi →

ncped

speaking at the wrong time, at an unsuitable time

akālavādin →

ncped

speaking at the wrong time, at an unsuitable time

akāle →

ncped

not at the right time, at an unsuitable time (sometimes: at night); out of season

akālena →

ncped

at the wrong time, at an unsuitable time

akāpurisasevita →

ncped

practiced or cultivated by superior men; not practiced or cultivated by worthless men

alamariya →

ncped

suitable for or worth of the noble ones; truly noble

alampateyyā →

ncped

suitable, fit for marriage

alaṃ →

ncped

…equal to; competent, able; suitable, fit for (+ gen./dat. personae; + dat. rei or inf.; or as predicate to subject in nom.). 2. enough of, no more…

alaṅkammanīya →

ncped

suitable, adequate for the action

anabbhita →

ncped

not rehabilitated

anabhijjhita →

ncped

not coveted.

anabhinandita →

ncped

not welcomed; undesirable

anabhirati →

ncped

discontent (+ loc); disaffection (esp. with the celibate or solitary life)

anabhivitaritvā →

ncped

anadhimucchita →

ncped

not infatuated; not clinging to

anadhiṭṭhita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) not determined or fixed; not taken possession of; not resolved on, not undertaken.
  2. (n.) the not determining, lack of resolve; the not formally taking possession

anaggahīta →

ncped

not kept back

anaggahītacitta →

ncped

with a generous heart

anajjhosita →

ncped

not grasping

anantarahita →

ncped

uncovered, bare; not having disappeared

ananucchavika →

ncped

unsuitable; unbecoming

ananucchaviya →

ncped

unsuitable; unbecoming

ananulomika →

ncped

improper; unsuitable; not in accordance (with)

ananulomiya →

ncped

improper; unsuitable; not in accordance (with)

ananussarita →

ncped

not recalled; not reflecting, not recollecting.

anapalokita →

ncped

anapalokita1

pp mfn.

anasita →

ncped

what is not eaten

anattha →

ncped

not the goal; disadvantage; harm; what is unprofitable, useless

anatthasaṃhita →

ncped

anatthasaṃhita1

neg. mfn. not connected with the goal; not useful, not profitable; not having meaning

anatthasaṃhita2

neg. mfn. connected with harm, harmful

anatīta →

ncped

not having past or overcome; subject to

anavaṭṭhita →

ncped

unsteady; not lasting

anavosita →

ncped

not settled; not determined; not finished.

anavositatta →

ncped

whose mind has no firm convictions

anekavihita →

ncped

varioulsy ordered; of several kinds, various

anikīḷitāvi →

ncped

not having finished playing; taking enjoyment.

anikīḷitāvin →

ncped

not having finished playing; taking enjoyment.

aniñjita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) not purturbed.
  2. (n.) lack of disturbance, quite

anodhikatvā →

ncped

not limiting, without limitation; without discrimination, without distinction

anodhiṃ karitvā →

ncped

not limiting, without limitation; without discrimination, without distinction

anohitasota →

ncped

anojava →

ncped

lacking strength or vitality; lacking nutriment; not juicy

anojavat →

ncped

lacking strength or vitality; lacking nutriment; not juicy

anosita →

ncped

not inhabited, not occupied.

anosārita →

ncped

antarahita →

ncped

disappeared, vanished; covered; invisible

anubandhitabba →

ncped

anubrūhita →

ncped

increased; strengthened

anucchava →

ncped

suitable, proper; fit for; corresponding to

anucchavi →

ncped

suitable, proper; fit for; corresponding to

anucchavika →

ncped

suitable (for); fit; proper

anucchaviya →

ncped

suitable (for); fit; proper

anuccāritakamma →

ncped

anuddhaṃsita →

ncped

  1. disturbed, contaminated.
  2. (falsely) accused; defamed

anudhāvita →

ncped

pursuing

anuggahita →

ncped

anuggahita1anuggahīta

pp mfn. made happy; satisfied; helped, furthered

anuggahita2

neg. mfn.

anuggahitacitta →

ncped

not grasping in one’s thoughts

anujānitabba →

ncped

worthy of approval; allowable

anujīvita →

ncped

living after, living according to.

anukampita →

ncped

favored; pitied; treated with compassion

anukaroti →

ncped

does after; imitates, emulates; equals (gen. of person); follows.

anukkaṭṭhita →

ncped

not boiling

anuloma →

ncped

…ty,…

anulomika →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) suitableagreeable; in accordance.
  2. (n.) conformity; that which accords.

anuminitabba →

ncped

will have drawn an inference, concluded.

anumodita →

ncped

(from anumodati), one who rejoices in, one who approves.

anumoditabba →

ncped

in, one who approves.

anumoditar →

ncped

(from anumodati), one who rejoices in, one who approves.

anupabbajati →

ncped

adopts the wanderer’s life after or in imitation (of another).

anupabbajā →

ncped

adopts the wanderer’s life after or in imitation (of another).

anupacita →

ncped

anupanīta →

ncped

anupatita →

ncped

following, accompanying, involved; followed by, affected with

anupavadita →

ncped

anupaṭṭhita →

ncped

anupekkhita →

ncped

carefully or continually considered

anupubbavihāra →

ncped

gradual or successive stage (in meditation).

anupāsita →

ncped

anupāyāsa →

ncped

  1. trouble-free; not bringing annoyance.
  2. not irritated, at peace; free from trouble or annoyance

anurakkhitabba →

ncped

anurūpikā →

ncped

conforming; suitable.

anusayita →

ncped

inherent, persistent, latent

anusikkhati →

ncped

…(something, acc.) in imitation of (somebody, gen.), follows someone’s example in; follows, imitates (someone, usually gen., occasionally…

anusikkhi →

ncped

(from anusikkhati) studying, learning; following, imitating.

anusikkhin →

ncped

(from anusikkhati) studying, learning; following, imitating.

anussarita →

ncped

one who remembers or recollects.

anussaritabba →

ncped

will remember; will recollect.

anussaritar →

ncped

one who remembers or recollects.

anussita →

ncped

not exalted, humble

anussāvita →

ncped

announced; proclaimed

anusāsita →

ncped

anusāsitabba →

ncped

anuvattati →

ncped

follows, attends, sides with; conforms with, practices; imitates.

anuvattitabbal →

ncped

to be followed; to be conformed to

anuvicarita →

ncped

gone through, explored; scrutinized

anuvicintayati →

ncped

thinks or ponders over; meditates upon

anuvicinteti →

ncped

thinks or ponders over; meditates upon

anuvidita →

ncped

thoroughly understanding; well informed.

anuvitakkaya →

ncped

anuvitakkayat →

ncped

anuvitakkenta →

ncped

anuvitakketi →

ncped

reflects upon, ponders over.

anuvitakketvā →

ncped

anāgāmitā →

ncped

the state or condition of an anāgāmī

anākula →

ncped

not confused; not crowded; not agitated; calm.

anānuloma →

ncped

unsuitable

anāpucchita →

ncped

anāropita →

ncped

anāsana →

ncped

an unsuitable seat, an unsuitable place for sitting

anāsevita →

ncped

anāyatanaso →

ncped

in the wrong sphere or place; unsuitably

anūpanīta →

ncped

apacita →

ncped

honored; esteemed.

apadisitabba →

ncped

apajita →

ncped

or neuter conquered, lost; or a loss, a defeat.

apalepapatita →

ncped

falling down through the loss of plaster

apalokita →

ncped

apalokita1

pp mfn. asked for leave; consulted

apalokita2

mfn. not liable to decay, not subject to destruction.

apanidhita →

ncped

removed hidden concealed

apanudita →

ncped

one who removes.

apanuditar →

ncped

one who removes.

apanīta →

ncped

taken away, removed; dispelled

aparitassa →

ncped

freedom from fear or worry.

aparitassi →

ncped

not trembling; without fear.

aparitassin →

ncped

not trembling; without fear.

aparādhita →

ncped

missed; done wrongly; neglected

apasādita →

ncped

dismissed; rebuked; disparaged

appaharita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) with few or no green plants.
  2. (n.) a place where no green plants grow

appaṭivānitā →

ncped

the state of not giving up, not turning away (from); non-weariness

appita →

ncped

firm, compact, thick (of cloth)

araṇisahita →

ncped

the fire implements, the kindling stick.

arosaneyya →

ncped

not to be angered, not irritable.

asita →

ncped

asita1

neuter scythe; sickle.

asita2

pp neuter eating

asitatiga →

ncped

overcoming the dark (fortnight?):

asitavyābhaṅgī →

ncped

sickle and carrying pole or flail

assama →

ncped

hermitage; the forest dwelling of an ascetic.

assamiya →

ncped

living in the hermitage (of).

assita →

ncped

having recourse to, resorting to; living in; depending on.

asucīkamissita →

ncped

mixed with or associated with impurity or the impure

asura →

ncped

one of a class of supernatural beings, opposed to the devas; a titan.

aticarita →

ncped

who transgresses; commits adultery.

aticaritar →

ncped

who transgresses; commits adultery.

atidhāvitabba →

ncped

atiharitabba →

ncped

atihita →

ncped

brought in, harvest

atikkamitabba →

ncped

to be passed by; to be gone beyond; to be transgressed against

atikkāmita →

ncped

let pass, taken beyond

atimaññitabba →

ncped

atimāpita →

ncped

killed

atinijjhāyitatta →

ncped

excessive gazing upon.

atitarati →

ncped

passes over, crosses; goes beyond, surpasses.

atithikaraṇīya →

ncped

hospitality

atthakathā →

ncped

profitable talk, talk of the goal

atthapada →

ncped

profitable saying; word of good sense

attharitabba →

ncped

atthasaṃhita →

ncped

connected with the goal; useful, profitable; having meaning

atthava →

ncped

  1. profitable; significant.
  2. possessing the goal; or possessing worldly knowledge

atthavat →

ncped

  1. profitable; significant.
  2. possessing the goal; or possessing worldly knowledge

atthitā →

ncped

existence; being; reality.

atthopasaṃhita →

ncped

connected with the goal, or with what is beneficial

atīta →

ncped

  1. (mfn.)

    1. past, gone by; former, belonging to past times.
    2. having neglected; transgressing.
    3. having passed beyond, overcome, escaped from.
  2. (n.) what is past; the past; (a story of) the past.

atītam addhanaṃ →

ncped

in the past

atītasatthuka →

ncped

no longer having a master or teacher

atītasmim →

ncped

in the past

atītayobbana →

ncped

whose youth has passed

atītaṃ →

ncped

in the past

atītaṃsa →

ncped

the past

atītaṭṭha →

ncped

who has missed his profit

avajānitabba →

ncped

avalekhitabba →

ncped

avapatita →

ncped

fallen, fallen down.

avatthita →

ncped

standing firmly; placed; steady; continuing; lasting

avaṭṭhita →

ncped

standing firmly; placed; steady; continuing; lasting

avekkhita →

ncped

watched

avekkhitācāra →

ncped

who watches his behavior

avhāna →

ncped

summoning, invitation; invocation; naming.

avhāyana →

ncped

summoning, invitation; invocation; name.

avivayha →

ncped

not marriageable; not suitable for marriage.

ayyavosāṭitaka →

ncped

(food) offered to the ancestors

aññathābhāvi →

ncped

of changeable nature, inevitably changing

aññathābhāvin →

ncped

of changeable nature, inevitably changing

aññavihita →

ncped

being occupied with something else

aññavihitaka →

ncped

occupied with something else; (repeated) directed to one thing … directed to another …

aṅgajāta →

ncped

the male or female genitals.

aṭṭhaṅgasumāhita →

ncped

well joined or endowed with eight parts

aṭṭhikasañña →

ncped

the idea of bones, contemplation of the skeleton (as a meditation exercise).

aṭṭhitaca →

ncped

skin and bones

aṭṭita →

ncped

distressed; grieved; pained

calaka →

ncped

calaka1

masculine military officer.

calaka2

neuter a piece of food thrown away after its been chewed.

calati →

ncped

is moved; shakes, quivers; is agitated or disturbed.

calesi →

ncped

of calita

calita →

ncped

of calati

  1. (mfn.) moving, shaking; unstable; agitated, disturbed; shaken; stirred.
  2. (n.) trembling; agitation

candanamaṇḍita →

ncped

decorated with sandalwood.

candanamaṇḍitasāragandhika →

ncped

excellent scent because of sandalwood decoration.

candanokkhita →

ncped

sprinkled or anointed with candana.

carita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) habitually practiced; observed; performed.
  2. (n.) there is going; going, going about.

caritabba →

ncped

of carita

caritaka →

ncped

action, behavior; (good) conduct.

caritar →

ncped

one who practices; observes.

caṅkamitabba →

ncped

of caṅkamati

cetavimutta →

ncped

whose thoughts are freed or free (from defilement or obstruction) in or through advanced stages of meditation.

cetavimutti →

ncped

…or freedom of thought (from defilement or obstruction) by advanced stages of meditation (a state attained temporarily in meditation and…

cetavimuttin →

ncped

whose thoughts are freed or free (in or through advanced stages of meditation)

cetayita →

ncped

formed (as an idea) in the mind; intended; (n.) forming an idea; an intention.

cetāpita →

ncped

asked for; exchanged; bought.

chambhita →

ncped

stiffened, benumbed, paralyzed (with fear); (but apparently understood also as) shaking.

chambhitatta →

ncped

stiffness, paralysis, rigidity (through fear)

chandānunīta →

ncped

led by desire; led by one’s own will or wishes.

channa →

ncped

…place

channa2

pp mfn. of chādeti suitable; fitting

chattappagahita →

ncped

carrying a parasol.

chaḍḍita →

ncped

  1. (mfn) . thrown away; abandoned; vomited.
  2. (n.) what is thrown away; throwing away or abandoning.

chaḍḍitapaccaya →

ncped

caused by throwing away.

chedāpita →

ncped

(caused to be) cut or cut off.

chindita →

ncped

cutting.

chinditar →

ncped

(from chindati) one who cuts.

chinnapapātaṃ →

ncped

adverb falling as if cut down; or with a sudden steep fall; ? headlong, precipitately.

chupita →

ncped

touched.

chupitabba →

ncped

cicciṭāti →

ncped

cicciṭāyati →

ncped

hisses; fizzes; makes the sound “chit-chit”; makes a hissing sound.

cihacihābhinadita →

ncped

(onomat). the sound of cihaciha birds; or the sound of chirping.

cintita →

ncped

of cinteti thought, thought of; imagined; reflected upon thought out

ciradikkhita →

ncped

long-consecrated; initiated long ago.

cirapabbajita →

ncped

who took up the ascetic life a long time ago.

cita →

ncped

heaped; piled up; built; accumulated.

citaka →

ncped

funeral pile.

citantaraṃsa →

ncped

whose back is flat (i.e. not hollow) between the shoulder-blades (one of the 32 characteristics of a mahapurisa)

cittappakopana →

ncped

agitating, irritating thinking or thoughts.

cittasamādhāna →

ncped

fixing; stilling of thoughts; profound meditation.

cittita →

ncped

made variegated, made diverse; decorated; painted.

ciṭiciṭāyati →

ncped

makes the sound “citi-citi”; sputters, makes a sputtering sound.

codita →

ncped

  1. incited, driven on; exhorted (to action); admonished.
  2. accused of an offense.

corābhinīta →

ncped

driven by bandits; brought low by bandits.

cudita →

ncped

  1. roused or exhorted to action; impelled.
  2. criticized, reproved; esp. accused (of an offense); a bhikkhu accused of an offense.

cuditaka →

ncped

accused of an offense; the bhikkhu accused of an offense.

cuṇṇakamakkhita →

ncped

smeared with powder.

cālita →

ncped

of calati

cāriṃ →

ncped

of carita

dakkhitāye →

ncped

(to) see.

damita →

ncped

of dameti subdued; tamed

dandhāyita →

ncped

slow; hesitating.

dandhāyitatta →

ncped

slowness; hesitation; delaying.

dassita →

ncped

shown; exhibited.

dassitar →

ncped

dayita →

ncped

cherished; dear.

daṇḍita →

ncped

punished; fined.

desita →

ncped

taught, expounded; pointed out; specified, assigned; told, confessed.

desitavatthuka →

ncped

on a site pointed out or specified.

deyyadhamma →

ncped

fee; a gift; something (suitable) to give.

dhamanisaṇṭhita →

ncped

dhammacudita →

ncped

(a bhikkhu) accused of an offense properly, by the rules.

dhammacuditaka →

ncped

dhammūpasaṃhita →

ncped

  1. connected with the dhamma.
  2. connected with mental constructs.

dhanakkīta →

ncped

purchased.

dhovitabba →

ncped

dhovāpita →

ncped

of dhovāpeti

dhārita →

ncped

carried, worn, used; memorized.

dhāritabba →

ncped

dhīta →

ncped

daughter.

dhītar →

ncped

daughter.

dhītā →

ncped

dhūmāyita →

ncped

obscured, darkened (as if by smoke); hot, suffering.

dhūmāyitatta →

ncped

smoky darkness.

dhūpāyita →

ncped

divāvihāra →

ncped

seclusion for rest and meditation by day (after the midday meal)

diṭṭhānugati →

ncped

imitation of what is seen; following the example.

dosārita →

ncped

improperly readmitted

du-osārita →

ncped

du-osārita

mfn.improperly readmitted

duccarita →

ncped

of carita (mfn.) badly or wrongly performed or observed; (n.m.) wrong action; evil practice

duccintitacinti →

ncped

thinking bad or foolish thoughts

duccintitacintin →

ncped

thinking bad or foolish thoughts

duggahīta →

ncped

taken improperly; grasped badly or wrongly; wrongly apprehended; what is wrongly grasped, a mistaken opinion or belief,

dujjivīta →

ncped

hard life; a miserable life; an evil life.

dukhita →

ncped

dukkhita →

ncped

in pain; ill; distressed.

dunnissārita →

ncped

incorrectly suspended

dunnisārita →

ncped

dunnīta →

ncped

badly or wrongly determined or interpreted; badly led

duttakkita →

ncped

incorrectly conjectured; badly thought out.

dvitā →

ncped

dvitāla →

ncped

measuring the height of two palm trees.

dvitālaṃ →

ncped

indeclinable to the height of two palm trees.

dvādhiṭṭhita →

ncped

improperly taken possession of

dārudhītalikā →

ncped

wooden doll.

dāyajja →

ncped

  1. (n.) inheritance.
  2. (m.) an heir.

dīghanikāya →

ncped

the group of long discourses (one of the divisions of the Suttapiṭaka of the Pāḷi canon)

dīghānusayita →

ncped

persistent for a long time.

dūpadhārita →

ncped

wrongly considered, wrongly understood

dūsita →

ncped

of dūseti violated; defiled, spoiled, harmed

ehibhadantika →

ncped

(one) who accepts an invitation (to take alms).

ehipassika →

ncped

suitable to come and see, fitting to be shown.

ejā →

ncped

motion, disturbance, agitation; emotion.

eka-m-ante →

ncped

eka-m-ante

adv. apart, at a distance; in private, on one’s own; in a solitary place

eka →

ncped

…a, an.

  1. alone; solitary.
  2. one and only, unique; preeminent.
  3. all one; nothing but.
  4. (pl.) some; some people; some authorities.

eka…

ekacara →

ncped

going about or living alone; solitary

ekacariyā →

ncped

going about or living alone, solitariness; a solitary life

ekacāri →

ncped

going about or living alone; solitary

ekacārin →

ncped

going about or living alone; solitary

ekaseyya →

ncped

lying or sleeping alone; being alone; a solitary lodging; a single lodging

ekatta →

ncped

…collective idea; a single concept; the single number, the singular; 2. singleness, being alone, solitariness

ekatta2

mfn. onl, being…

ekattanirata →

ncped

(or n.) devoted to (or devotion to) solitariness or unity

ekavihāri →

ncped

living alone; solitary

ekavihārin →

ncped

living alone; solitary

ekaṃsabhavita →

ncped

developed in one part; practiced for one aspect

ekodibhāvita →

ncped

made unified; brought to integration

ekuddesa →

ncped

…a shared recitation (of the pātimokkha). 2. (mfn.) having a single recitation, coming together in one recitation (of the pātimokkha)

ekāki →

ncped

alone, solitary.

ekākika →

ncped

alone, solitary

ekākin →

ncped

alone, solitary.

ekākiya →

ncped

alone, solitary

erayita →

ncped

spoken, uttered

erita →

ncped

moved, stirred

esikaṭṭhāyiṭṭhita →

ncped

as firm or enduring as a pillar

evaṃvihitaka →

ncped

determined, effected in this way

gadhita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) tied or bound; greedy, greedily desiring.
  2. (n.) a bond; a fetter, or greediness?

gadhitacitta →

ncped

with mind or though fettered; with heart greedily desirous (for)

gahananissita →

ncped

relying on or taking refuge in a hiding place.

gahaṭṭhaka →

ncped

belonging to or suitable for one who lives in a house.

gahita →

ncped

  1. (from gaṇhāti)
  2. (mfn.) taken, seized, grasped in the mind, apprehended, learnt; mentioned, referred to, meant.
  3. (n.) grasping, holding.

gahīta →

ncped

of gahita

gajjayitvā →

ncped

of gajjita without caus. sense?

gajjita →

ncped

? of gajjati roaring; thundering; strong assertion

gajjitar →

ncped

one who roars or thunders; one makes strong assertions (from gajjati)

gambhīrasīta →

ncped

yielding a deep furrow.

ganthita →

ncped

of ganthati tied; bound

ganthitāganthita →

ncped

bound together and not bound.

garahita →

ncped

of garahati censured; dispraised (by instr, or gen)

garahitabba →

ncped

of garahati

gathita →

ncped

of ganthati

  1. (mfn.) tied; bound.
  2. (n) a bond; a fetter

gathitacitta →

ncped

with thoughts fettered; with thoughts fixed (on)

gaṇita →

ncped

counted; numbered; reckoned; taken into account.

gaṇitabba →

ncped

gedhitacitta →

ncped

without thoughts; greedily desirous (of); longing (for)

gehanissita →

ncped

connected with, attached to, rooted in, the household (sensual) life.

gehasita →

ncped

connected with, attached to, rooted in, the household (sensual) life; appropriate only for the household life.

ghammābhitatta →

ncped

afflicted by, suffering from, the heat.

ghaṭita →

ncped

of ghaṭeti connected, brought together; put together; made continuous

ghaṭitabba →

ncped

of ghaṭati

ghaṭṭita →

ncped

of ghaṭeti rubbed; rubbed smooth; struck; shaken, stirred

ghaṭṭāpenta →

ncped

of ghaṭṭita

ghosita →

ncped

proclaimed; announced.

ghāyita →

ncped

smelled.

gihi →

ncped

one who possesses a house, a householder; one who lives the household (world and sensual) life (often contrasted with pabbajita)

gihin →

ncped

one who possesses a house, a householder; one who lives the household (world and sensual) life (often contrasted with pabbajita)

gijjhita →

ncped

greedily desired.

gita →

ncped

(& ā, f.?) of gayati

  1. (mfn.) sung, chanted.
  2. (n., ~ā, f.) singing; a song

gopita →

ncped

guarded; protected; defended.

gopitar →

ncped

leader of the herd.

gopītakaṃ →

ncped

adverb drinking like a cow; as a cow drinks.

gosamita →

ncped

like cattle, equal to cattle.

gāthābhigīta →

ncped

(what has been) sung over; over which verses have been sung.

gāyitabba →

ncped

gāḷhita →

ncped

pervaded; penetrated (by); pressed together.

gīta →

ncped

, (n.f)

  1. sung; recited; chanted.
  2. singing a song.

gītassara →

ncped

the sound or tone of singing; a singing accent or tone.

icchita →

ncped

(what is) desired, wished; loved; allowed; prescribed

icchitabbaka →

ncped

desirable; to be expected.

icchādhūmāyita →

ncped

obscured, darkened by desire; pained by desire

icchādhūpāyita →

ncped

obscured, darkened by desire; pained by desire

idam-atthitā →

ncped

idam-atthitā

feminine abstr. needing (only) this; requiring the minimum

idam-aṭṭhitā →

ncped

idam-aṭṭhitā

feminine abstr. needing (only) this; requiring the minimum

iddhivisavitā →

ncped

mastery of, possession of, supernatural power(s)

iriṇa →

ncped

desert, inhospitable region; barren or salt soil

itara →

ncped

  1. the other (of two); another, other; the second; next; (pl.) the rest, the other ….
  2. other, common, ordinary, low (esp. with pajā).

itaritara →

ncped

one or another, whatsoever, any sort of

itarītara →

ncped

one or another, whatsoever, any sort of

iñjita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) moved, perturbed.
  2. (n.) movement; disturbance

iṇamūla →

ncped

loan; a debt; borrowed capital

jaccandha →

ncped

blind from birth, congenitally blind.

jahita →

ncped

given up; abandoned.

jalita →

ncped

burning; blazing; glowing, brilliant.

janita →

ncped

brought into being, produced.

janīpita →

ncped

one’s biological father.

janīpitar →

ncped

one’s biological father.

jappa →

ncped

…prayer or spell; a recitation of the Vedas.

jappa2

masculine

  1. talk, speech.
  2. idle talk,…

jappita →

ncped

(prays for?); longing; desire.

jaṭita →

ncped

entangled.

jeṭṭhāpacāyitā →

ncped

, abstr. paying respect due respect to one’s elders.

jhatta →

ncped

of jhāpita consumed, dried up; weakened

jhāna →

ncped

meditative state; esp. one of four stages of absorption in meditation; one of the four arūpa stages of meditation.

jhānapasuta →

ncped

intent on jhāna meditation.

jhānappasuta →

ncped

intent on jhāna meditation.

jhānānuyuta →

ncped

devoting oneself to jhāna meditation, intent upon jhāna meditation.

jhāpita →

ncped

set on fire, burnt; cremated; cooked; weakened; destroyed.

jhāyaka →

ncped

one who meditates.

jhāyati →

ncped

…on fire, is consumed, wastes away, dries up.

jhāyati2

pr. 3 sg. meditates, contemplates, thinks upon, broods over; is thoughtful or…

jhāyin →

ncped

meditative, self-concentrated, engaged in jhāna; who habitually practices jhāna.

jighacchita →

ncped

hungry; wanting to eat.

jigucchita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) disliked; detested.
  2. (n.) avoidance; abstention.

jigucchitabba →

ncped

of jigucchati

jita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.)

    1. beaten, defeated; conquered, won.
    2. who has lost something (acc.) to someone (in dicing or gambling)
  2. (n.) what has been won; conquest.

juhitabba →

ncped

jāgarita →

ncped

being awake; watchfulness.

jānipita →

ncped

jānipitar →

ncped

jānitabba →

ncped

jīva →

ncped

…the physical body. 3….

jīvita →

ncped

life; span of life; lifetime; living; livelihood.

jīvitabba →

ncped

, impers. of jīvati

jīvitanikanti →

ncped

fondness, desire, for life, attachment to life.

jīvitaparikkhārā →

ncped

the requisites of life.

jīvitindriya →

ncped

the faculty of life; vitality.

jīvitāsā →

ncped

wish for life.

kallitā →

ncped

fitness; strength; well being state of readiness

kallitākusala →

ncped

skilled or proficient in regard to well being, to fitness, to readiness

kalyāṇitara →

ncped

kamma →

ncped

…for the agent an inevitable result or consequence in the same or another life; the action appears to exist in some sense until the effect is…

kammappatta →

ncped

competent to enact an official act of the saṅgha; suitable or sufficient to enact an official act of the saṅgha

kantitasutta →

ncped

spun thread

kappati →

ncped

is suitable to, is fitting; for (+gen./dat., occasionally + loc.); is allowed, is lawful.

kappayati →

ncped

…performs; produces, effects; brings about; esp. as auxiliary to nouns, e.g. jīvikaṃ ~eti, jīvitaṃ ~eti, lives; makes one’s living;…

kappeti →

ncped

…performs; produces, effects; brings about; esp. as auxiliary to nouns, e.g. jīvikaṃ ~eti, jīvitaṃ ~eti, lives; makes one’s living;…

kappita →

ncped

fitted out, harnessed, caparisoned; arranged, dressed; trimmed

kappitakesamassu →

ncped

with hair and beard dressed or trimmed

kappiya →

ncped

…and bhikkhunīs); suitable, proper; (what is) proper.

kappiya2

mfn. to be imagined, to be theorized about; subject to…

karamarānīta →

ncped

(a servant or slave) brought home as a captive (in war).

karuṇa →

ncped

  1. compassionate; full of wise empathy.
  2. stillness, meditation on compassion.

kathaṃvihitaka →

ncped

determined, effected in what way?

katthita →

ncped

one who boasts; a boaster.

katthitar →

ncped

one who boasts; a boaster.

kayita →

ncped

kaṅkhita →

ncped

doubted; causing uncertainty; (uncertainty, doubt)

kaṅkhitā →

ncped

the being uncertain

kaṅkhāyita →

ncped

doubt, uncertainty.

kaṇeruloḷita →

ncped

disturbed by female elephants.

kaṇṇakita →

ncped

moldy, mildewed; rusty.

kaṭhina →

ncped

…(perhaps in order to facilitate the robe making); this involves: a) a saṅghakamma allotting the material (and the use of the kaṭhina) to…

kaṭhita →

ncped

hot, boiling, seething

khaggabaddhakappa →

ncped

like a a rhinoceros’ horn; (or like a rhinoceros) i.e. solitary

khalita →

ncped

khalita1

pp mfn. & neuter

  1. (mfn.) (act.) stumbling; going wrong; stammering, faltering; who has erred, gone wrong.
  2. (n.) blunder,…

khalitasira →

ncped

(also khalitaṃsira(s)) with a balding or bald head

khalitasiras →

ncped

(also khalitaṃsira(s)) with a balding or bald head

khalitaṃsira →

ncped

(also khalitasira(s)) with a balding or bald head

khalitaṃsiras →

ncped

(also khalitasira(s)) with a balding or bald head

khaluṅkajjhāyita →

ncped

the thoughts, preoccupations of a second-rate horse

khamitabba →

ncped

to be endured; to be forgiven; one should pardon

khamāpita →

ncped

asked for forgiveness; persuaded to pardon

khandhaka →

ncped

  1. a chapter, a section; one of the 22 sections of the Mahāvagga and Cullavagga of the Vinayapiṭaka.
  2. the section of the Vinayapiṭaka consisting of the Mahāvagga and Cullavagga.

khandhakavatta →

ncped

  1. one of the 14 rules of conduct prescribed in the Vattakkhandhaka (Vin ii 207–231).
  2. one of 82 subsidiary rules of conduct, either prescribed in the Khandhaka section of the Vinayapiṭaka citing 71 …

khanita →

ncped

dug; excavated

khayita →

ncped

perished; decayed.

khayātita →

ncped

(of the moon) gone beyond waning, new

khaṇa →

ncped

…an instant. 2. a fit or suitable moment; an opportunity; esp. the right moment to be born as a man, birth in favorable circumstances (when one…

khaṇita →

ncped

dug; excavated

khaṇātīta →

ncped

having missed the opportunity; who has let the right moment pass

khaṇḍita →

ncped

cut, torn, broken; impaired.

khepita →

ncped

passed; spent.

khetta →

ncped

…action. 3. fertile soil, a suitable place (for something to arise or be produced); esp. a suitable object or recipient, a field for producing…

khipita →

ncped

sneeze; sneezing

khipitabba →

ncped

khipitasadda →

ncped

the sound of sneezing

khobhayati →

ncped

shakes; agitates, disturbs

khobheti →

ncped

shakes; agitates, disturbs

khuddakavatthuka →

ncped

the section on minor matters, the Khuddakavatthukkhandhaka of the Vinayapiṭaka

khādita →

ncped

eaten, chewed; consumed

khāditabba →

ncped

to be eaten; to be consumed; to be chewed

khāyita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) eaten; devoured.
  2. (n.) eating; chewing

khāyitabba →

ncped

khīlaṭṭhāyiṭhita →

ncped

standing as immovable post

khīyita →

ncped

complaint (is made)

kikita →

ncped

seething; hot; blazing hot

kikiṭa →

ncped

seething; hot; blazing hot

kitava →

ncped

dice-player, a gambler; a cheat; (according to commentaries : a bird catcher who deceives the birds by covering himself with branches etc, or his deception, camouflage)

kitavat →

ncped

dice-player, a gambler; a cheat; (according to commentaries : a bird catcher who deceives the birds by covering himself with branches etc, or his deception, camouflage)

kittita →

ncped

mentioned, declared, described; praised, celebrated

kopa →

ncped

irritation, disturbance (of the humors of the body); irritation, agitation, anger.

kopayati →

ncped

agitates; disturbs; provokes; makes invalid; violates

kopeti →

ncped

agitates; disturbs; provokes; makes invalid; violates

kopita →

ncped

disturbed; provoked; angered

kosohita →

ncped

encased; enclosed

koṭarohita →

ncped

placed in the hollow of a tree.

kuddālapiṭaka →

ncped

spade and a basket

kukkucca →

ncped

mental agitation (arising from anxiety that one has done or might do wrong, or might fail to do right); a feeling of guilt; remorse; worried…

kukkuccāyitabba →

ncped

about which scruples should be felt

kullakavihāra →

ncped

the state (of meditation) of a man of nobility; a shallow state (of meditation)

kupita →

ncped

(occasionally also written as kuppita) agitated, disturbed; in a state of unrest; provoked, angry; failed, invalid

kuppati →

ncped

  1. is agitated (with emotion or anger); is disturbed; is in a state of unrest; is angry (with, acc. or gen./dat.).
  2. is disturbed, falters; fails in…

kuppita →

ncped

(another way of writing kupita) agitated, disturbed; in a state of unrest; provoked, angry; failed, invalid

kusalupasaṃhita →

ncped

(according to commentary) coming from what is good, resulting from what is good; or perhaps: producing good in the future

kusumitasikhara →

ncped

with blossoming crests.

kusīta →

ncped

lazy, slothful; not conscientous.

kuthita →

ncped

hot, boiling, seething

kāla →

ncped

…opt.); the right time; a suitable time. 3. time as lifetime; time as destroyer; death.

kāla2

mf(~ā & ī)n. m. & neuter

  1. (mfn.)…

kālacāri →

ncped

acting at the right time; going (for alms) at a suitable time

kālacārin →

ncped

acting at the right time; going (for alms) at a suitable time

kālavādi →

ncped

speaking at the proper time, at a suitable time

kālavādin →

ncped

speaking at the proper time, at a suitable time

kālayuttaṃ →

ncped

suitably for the time or occasion; when it is fitting for a particular time

kālaññu →

ncped

knowing the right or a suitable time (to do something)

kāle →

ncped

at the right time; at a suitable time (often: in the morning); in due course

kālena →

ncped

at the right time; at a suitable time; in good time; in the morning

kālāgata →

ncped

coming at the right time; produced at a suitable time

kāmavitakka →

ncped

thought concerned with pleasures of the senses; a lustful thought

kāmūpasaṃhita →

ncped

connected with desire or with sensual pleasure

kārita →

ncped

caused to be made

kārāpita →

ncped

caused to be made or done

kīkita →

ncped

seething; hot; blazing hot

kīta →

ncped

bought, purchased

kīḷita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) ((act.) having played, having sported.
  2. (n.) play, sport, amusement

kīṭa →

ncped

worm, an insect.

kīṭaka →

ncped

worm, an insect.

naccagīta →

ncped

singing and dancing.

nadita →

ncped

of nadati sounded; roared

nahāpita →

ncped

barber; a bath attendant.

nahāyita →

ncped

(from nāhayati) one who washes, who bathes.

nahāyitabba →

ncped

of nahāyati

nahāyitar →

ncped

(from nāhayati) one who washes, who bathes.

namassitabba →

ncped

natthitā →

ncped

non-existence; absence.

navanīta →

ncped

fresh butter.

negama →

ncped

  1. (one) who lives in a small town; a townsman; a (leading) trader or merchant.
  2. the inhabitants of a small town; the townspeople.

nekkhammasita →

ncped

connected with, attached to, rooted in, the of renunciation; appropriate (only) to the life of renunciation.

nemantaṇika →

ncped

(from nimantana) (one) who accepts invitations (to meals)

nhāpita →

ncped

nhāyitabba →

ncped

of nahāyati

nibbusita →

ncped

nidahitabba →

ncped

of nidahita

niddisitabba →

ncped

of niddisati

niddāyita →

ncped

one who sleeps.

niddāyitabba →

ncped

cut; weeded.

niddāyitar →

ncped

one who sleeps.

niggahita →

ncped

of niggaṇhāti held down; restrained; reproved; refuted

niggahīta →

ncped

nigāḷhita →

ncped

nihanitabba →

ncped

of nihanati

nihita →

ncped

nihita1

laid aside; (what is) deposited, stored; hidden; laid down

nihita2

pp mfn. of nihi set in motion; impelled

nihitadaṇḍa →

ncped

of nihita who has laid aside, eschewed, violence

nijigiṃsita →

ncped

one who wishes to acquire; who covets.

nijigiṃsitar →

ncped

one who wishes to acquire; who covets.

nijigīsita →

ncped

nijigīsitar →

ncped

nijjhāna →

ncped

looking; scrutiny; reflection, meditation.

nijjhāyati →

ncped

looks at, observes carefully; scrutinizes; reflects on; meditates (on)

niketa →

ncped

home; a (temporary) habitation; where someone or something stays or settles or is attached.

nikhaṇitabba →

ncped

nikkaḍḍhita →

ncped

of nikkaḍḍhita thrown or dragged out; expelled; ejected

nikkaḍḍhitabba →

ncped

nikkhamitabba →

ncped

of nikkhamati one must go out; one must leave

nikkhipita →

ncped

laid or set down; thrown down.

nikkhipitabba →

ncped

nikkhāmita →

ncped

of nikkhāmeti

nikkujjita →

ncped

nikkujjitabba →

ncped

nikujjita →

ncped

of nikujjitati turned upside down, overturned; face downwards

nikāya →

ncped

group; sect; a collection; esp. a group of discourses, one of the five collections of the Suttapiṭaka.

nilacchita →

ncped

of nillaccheti castrated

nillacchita →

ncped

of nillaccheti castrated

niluñchita →

ncped

of nillaccheti castrated

nimantana →

ncped

invitation; a meal to which one is invited.

nimantetabba →

ncped

of nimantita

nimantita →

ncped

of nimanteti invited

nimitta →

ncped

…an object of thought or meditation or concentration; an image. 2. an internal/ appearance or total awareness; a mental impression (appearing as…

nimmita →

ncped

of nimmināti formed, produced, created; (a form) created (by magic or supernatural power); a magical creation

nindita →

ncped

of nindati blamed; criticized

ninnīta →

ncped

washed off; cleaned off.

ninnītakasāva →

ncped

with impurities cleaned off.

nippatita →

ncped

of nippatati flown out; hastened away

nippātesi →

ncped

of nippatita

nippātita →

ncped

nirattha →

ncped

unprofitable, useless

niratthaka →

ncped

unprofitable; useless; meaningless.

nirodha →

ncped

  1. ceasing, cessation; the being no more; stopping, shutting off.
  2. (for saññāvedayitanirodha) the cessation of conception and feeling.

nirodhadhamma →

ncped

liable to cessation; inevitably ceasing.

nisevita →

ncped

of nisevati

  1. (mfn,) visited, frequented; practiced, studied; waited upon.
  2. (n.)
    1. resorting to; practice.
    2. (a sign of) frequenting; a trace?

nissajita →

ncped

nissajjita →

ncped

lets go; gives up; hands over; surrenders; lets fly, throws.

nissajjitabba →

ncped

of nissajjitvā

nissita →

ncped

of nissayati resorting to, inhabiting; dependent (on); leaning on; attached to, supported by; close to, connected to; resorted to

nissitajappi →

ncped

speaking only what others say, relying on others’ opinions.

nissitajappin →

ncped

speaking only what others say, relying on others’ opinions.

nissārita →

ncped

of nissarati expelled; suspended

nisīdita →

ncped

(from nisīdati) one who sits.

nisīditabba →

ncped

nisīditar →

ncped

(from nisīdati) one who sits.

nisīdāpita →

ncped

(~antī)n. of nisīdapeti

nivattitabba →

ncped

of nivattati

nivusita →

ncped

having lived, stayed

nivāsi →

ncped

living (in), dwelling, staying; a (permanent) inhabitant.

nivāsin →

ncped

living (in), dwelling, staying; a (permanent) inhabitant.

niyata →

ncped

…limited, specified; established, sure; inevitable, invariable.

niyyādita →

ncped

niyyātita →

ncped

of niyyāteti handed back, restored; handed over, entrusted; given

niyāma →

ncped

…or specified way or manner; an invariable practice or experience; a determined or inevitable outcome, certainty; an assured state; what…

niyāmatā →

ncped

the having an inevitable outcome; a state of certainty, an assured or determined state; a rule.

niḍḍāyitabba →

ncped

niṭṭhita →

ncped

of niṭṭhāti brought or come to an end, finished, completed; ready

niṭṭhubhitabba →

ncped

of niṭṭhubhati

nonīta →

ncped

nādita →

ncped

nāgapalokita →

ncped

an elephant’s look (turning the whole body)

nāgāvalokita →

ncped

nānāvihita →

ncped

of various kinds.

nāsita →

ncped

of nāseti removed; expelled; spoiled, ruined; destroyed

nāsitabba →

ncped

nāsitaka →

ncped

(one) who is subject to expulsion.

nīharitabba →

ncped

of nīharati

nīhāritabba →

ncped

will take out, extract; will extricate; will draw out; will carry out; will remove; will drive out, expel.

nīlakasiṇa →

ncped

…based on (something) dark…

nīta →

ncped

of nayati led, brought to; brought to a state; taken away; carried off

nītattha →

ncped

whose meaning is brought out, determined, evident, explicit.

obhāsita →

ncped

illumination, brightness

obhāsitabba →

ncped

ocita →

ncped

gathered, picked; collected; accumulated

odhārita →

ncped

determined; affirmed; stated with assurance.

odātakasiṇa →

ncped

concentration on the color white; a white meditational device

oguṇṭhita →

ncped

covered; with the head covered; veiled.

ohita →

ncped

  1. placed in; confined (in); applied, directed.
  2. laid down (?)

ohitabhāra →

ncped

whose burden has been put down or removed.

ohitasota →

ncped

with ears directed; with attentive ears, attentive

ohārita →

ncped

taken down

ojaṭṭhāyi →

ncped

resting on or supported by its vigor or vitality

ojaṭṭhāyin →

ncped

resting on or supported by its vigor or vitality

ojā →

ncped

bodily strength, vigour, vitality (produced by food); nutriment, sustenance; sap, juice.

ojāpaharaṇa →

ncped

(~ī)n. robbing of strength or vitality.

okkalā →

ncped

the inhabitants of the country Ukkala (modern day Orissa).

okkamita →

ncped

one who moves into, enters.

okkamitar →

ncped

one who moves into, enters.

olīnavuttitā →

ncped

the habit of sluggishness; hanging back

onīta →

ncped

put into water; washed; (according to commentaries) removed; put away

onītapattapāṇi →

ncped

with hands and bowl rinsed

oravita →

ncped

(one) who cries out, who caws.

oravitar →

ncped

(one) who cries out, who caws.

osadhītārakā →

ncped

the osadhī star

osakkita →

ncped

having receded; diminished; slackened

osiñcitabba →

ncped

osārita →

ncped

re-admitted

otaritabba →

ncped

otārayitabba →

ncped

ovadita →

ncped

instructed; admonished

ovaditabba →

ncped

ovādaṭhapita →

ncped

from whom instruction has been withdrawn

ovādita →

ncped

oḍḍita →

ncped

strung up; fixed; laid out

oṇīta →

ncped

put into water; washed; (according to commentaries) removed; put away

sa-upāyāsa →

ncped

sa-upāyāsa

mfn.

  1. bringing trouble, involving annoyance or irritation.
  2. suffering trouble or irritation

sosārita →

ncped

properly readmitted

su-osārita →

ncped

su-osārita

mfn. properly readmitted

subbaṭṭita →

ncped

well rubbed.

sukhetta →

ncped

good, fertile land; a very suitable place or recipient

sukittita →

ncped

well declared; well expounded

sukkhetta →

ncped

good, fertile land; a very suitable place or recipient

supaṭṭhita →

ncped

properly at hand; very much present

svādhiṭṭhita →

ncped

well fixed upon, well resolved on; properly taken possession of

sūpadhārita →

ncped

well considered, well kept in mind

sūpaṭṭhita →

ncped

properly at hand; very much present

tadanurūpa →

ncped

fitting for that, suitable.

tajjita →

ncped

frightened; threatened; agitated.

tapitabba →

ncped

tappita →

ncped

satisfied; refreshed.

taraṇīya →

ncped

of turita (something) requiring haste; (where) there should be haste

tarita →

ncped

taritabba →

ncped

taritabba1

fpp mfn.

taritabba2

fpp mfn.

tathāgatānisevita →

ncped

(a place rubbed by) the frequenting of the tathāgata, a trace of the tathāgata.

tathāgatārañjita →

ncped

(a place) scored by the tathāgata, a mark of the tathāgata.

tatuttarita →

ncped

the being more than that; excess.

taṃvusita →

ncped

who has served that (suspension)

taṇhāsammudita →

ncped

finding joy in craving.

taṇhāvicarita →

ncped

an exploration, speculation, influenced by craving; an activity of craving.

tejokasiṇa →

ncped

meditation based on fire; the meditation object fire; (the jhana) which is or is brought about by meditation based on fire.

thakita →

ncped

of thaketi closed

thapita →

ncped

thomita →

ncped

praised; (praised?)

thullaphusitaka →

ncped

thūlaphusitaka →

ncped

composed of, raining, large drops.

tidiva →

ncped

  1. (m.n) the (third) deva-world; a deva-world.
  2. (m.pl.) the inhabitants of that deva-world; gods.

tikicchita →

ncped

treated; cured.

timirāyita →

ncped

become or appearing dark.

timirāyitatta →

ncped

, abstr. the appearance of darkness; darkness.

tipeṭaka →

ncped

(one) who knows the tipiṭaka.

tipeṭaki →

ncped

(one) who knows the tipiṭaka

tipeṭakin →

ncped

(one) who knows the tipiṭaka

tirīṭa →

ncped

  1. a garment made of bark (from a particular tree)
  2. a kind of headdress or diadem.

tirīṭaka →

ncped

  1. a garment made of bark (from a particular tree)
  2. a kind of tree?

titāla →

ncped

measuring the height of three palm trees.

titālaṃ →

ncped

indeclinable to the height of three palm trees.

tosita →

ncped

pleased.

tulayitabba →

ncped

tulita →

ncped

weighed; estimated; compared.

turita →

ncped

in a hurry; hastening.

tusita →

ncped

…name of a group of devās; the tusita devās. 2. (mfn.) belonging to the tusita group; of the tusita group. 3. (n.) the world of the tusita…

tuvaṭṭitabba →

ncped

, impers. of tuvaṭṭati

ubbega →

ncped

agitation; alarm; anxiety; shrinking from, shying away from.

ubbejita →

ncped

one who frightens or intimidates

ubbejitar →

ncped

one who frightens or intimidates

ubbhaṇḍita →

ncped

loaded, burdened.

ubbhujitabba →

ncped

will pull up (one’s clothing)

ubbigga →

ncped

agitated, shuddering; anxious; alarmed; shying away from

ubbijati →

ncped

is agitated, shudders with alarm; is afraid of (usually + gen.); shrinks from, shies away from

ubbijjati →

ncped

is agitated, shudders with alarm; is afraid of (usually + gen.); shrinks from, shies away from

ubbijjeti →

ncped

is agitated, shudders with alarm; is afraid of (usually + gen.); shrinks from, shies away from

ubhatolohitakūpadhāna →

ncped

having a red cushion at each end

ubhayaṃsabhāvita →

ncped

developed in both parts; practiced for both aspects or objects; (ubhayaṃsa)

uccāritakata →

ncped

made (formally) lifted up

uddesa →

ncped

  1. recitation, instruction; indication; brief indication, brief statement; summary exposition.
  2. instructing, specifying; inviting; food for a…

uddhacca →

ncped

over-excitement; agitation, flurry, distraction.

uddhaccakukkucca →

ncped

over-excitement and anxious agitation; flurry and worry (the fourth of the nīvaraṇas)

uddharitabba →

ncped

uddhata →

ncped

…high. 2. also could mean as…

uddhaṭa →

ncped

…puffed up; overstimulated; agitated, over-excited; flurried

uddhaṭa2

pp mfn. pulled out; dug out; removed; collected; selected;…

uddisita →

ncped

(from uddisati) one who looks to, refers to.

uddisitabba →

ncped

uddisitar →

ncped

(from uddisati) one who looks to, refers to.

uddosita →

ncped

shed, a store.

udikkhita →

ncped

(from udikkhati) one who looks at, who watches.

udikkhitar →

ncped

(from udikkhati) one who looks at, who watches.

udāharitabba →

ncped

udājita →

ncped

driven out; scared (away); disciplined, trained.

udīrita →

ncped

stirred up, excited; arise; uttered, spoken

uggahita →

ncped

picked up, taken (improperly); taken up, grasped; comprehended; learnt

uggahitapaṭiggahitaka →

ncped

received formally after being picked up or taken (by oneself

uggahīta →

ncped

picked up, taken (improperly); taken up, grasped; comprehended; learnt

ugghātita →

ncped

elated; stirred up, overexcited; puffed-up, swollen (?)

ugghāṭita →

ncped

elated; stirred up, overexcited; puffed-up, swollen (?)

ugghāṭitaññu →

ncped

understanding what is revealed; understanding what is (merely) unveiled, taught briefly; of very swift understanding

uggirita →

ncped

ujjhita →

ncped

left, abandoned; cast out

ujjhāpita →

ncped

complaining

ukkalā →

ncped

the inhabitans of the country Ukkala (modern day Orissa).

ukkaṇṭhita →

ncped

fretting; discontented; discontent; unhappiness

ukkaṭṭhita →

ncped

boiled up; seething.

ukkheṭita →

ncped

frightened away.

ukkhipitabba →

ncped

ukkoṭitita →

ncped

re-opened

ukkujitabba →

ncped

ukkujjita →

ncped

set upright; the right way up.

ukkācita →

ncped

boasting; empty talk.

ukkācitavinīta →

ncped

trained in empty talk

ukkāsitabba →

ncped

ukkāsitasadda →

ncped

the sound of coughing.

ullapitabba →

ncped

ullikhita →

ncped

making, scoring; combing.

ullitavalitta →

ncped

twice plastered; plastered inside and out

ullitavalittaka →

ncped

ummaddita →

ncped

undurakhāyita →

ncped

gnawed by mice or rats

undurakkhāyita →

ncped

gnawed by mice or rats

upacita →

ncped

heaped up, accumulated; strengthened; increased

upadahita →

ncped

laid upon; handed over; supplied

upadahitabba →

ncped

upadaṃsita →

ncped

one who shows; exhibits

upadaṃsitar →

ncped

one who shows; exhibits

upadhārita →

ncped

considered; kept in mind; understood

upakkitaka →

ncped

one who is bought; a purchased (slave)

upakkītaka →

ncped

one who is bought; a purchased (slave)

upakītaka →

ncped

one who is bought; a purchased (slave)

upakūlita →

ncped

burnt, scorched; shriveled

upakūḷita →

ncped

burnt, scorched; shriveled

upanijjhāyita →

ncped

observed, thought of

upanijjhāyitabba →

ncped

observed, thought of

upanikkhipitabba →

ncped

upanissita →

ncped

clinging to, dependent (upon).

upanāmita →

ncped

brought near, handed (to); made to touch

upanīta →

ncped

led, drawn towards; brought to, offered; used; used up; initiated; alluded to, cited

upanītavaya →

ncped

with one; s youth gone, advanced in age

upapajjati →

ncped

  1. enters upon, enters (a state); appears; comes into existence (in); is reborn (in).
  2. is fit for, is suitable.

upapajjita →

ncped

(from upapajjati) one who comes into existence (in), is reborn (in).

upapajjitar →

ncped

(from upapajjati) one who comes into existence (in), is reborn (in).

upapanna →

ncped

  1. entered; come into existence, reborn (in).
  2. possessed of, furnished with; fit, suitable

upaparikkhitabba →

ncped

upasampādita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) given ordination, ordained (with the upasampadā ordination).
  2. (n.) ordaining

upasaṅkamita →

ncped

(from upasaṅkamati) one who approaches, goes to; one who goes to see; visits.

upasaṅkamitabba →

ncped

upasaṅkamitar →

ncped

(from upasaṅkamati) one who approaches, goes to; one who goes to see; visits.

upasobhita →

ncped

made beautiful, adorned; beautiful

upavadita →

ncped

criticized

upaḍḍhullikhita →

ncped

half combed, half dressed

upaṭṭhita →

ncped

  1. (act.) come near, approached; arrived, present, at hand; serving, attending; dedicated.
  2. (pass.) served, attended

uppatita →

ncped

springing up; sprung into being, arisen

uppaṇḍita →

ncped

mocked; derided

uppilāvitatta →

ncped

elation; exhilaration

uppādita →

ncped

produced; generated

upāsita →

ncped

served, honored

upāsitar →

ncped

(from upāsati) one who serves, who honors.

upāyāsa →

ncped

trouble, unrest; annoyance, irritation.

upāyāsabahula →

ncped

irritable, easily annoyed

upāyāsita →

ncped

troubled, irritated.

ussaṅkitaparisaṅkita →

ncped

doubted and distrusted.

ussita →

ncped

raised; erected; grown; high, mighty.

ussādita →

ncped

lifted (on to), beached; piled up

ussāhita →

ncped

moved to action; encouraged; instigated

ussārita →

ncped

raised, lifted; moved

uttaritara →

ncped

higher, superior; further, more (+instr. or abl.; once + gen.).

uyyodhikā →

ncped

battle; a military exercise; (or a battlefield(?)).

uyyojita →

ncped

(of people) roused to action; instigated, incited

uḍḍita →

ncped

strung up; fixed; laid out

uṇhabhitatta →

ncped

scorched and distressed by heat

ābādhita →

ncped

afflicted; troubled

ācamitabba →

ncped

ācarita →

ncped

practices; performed

ācaritabba →

ncped

ācikkhita →

ncped

declared, made known

ācikkhitabba →

ncped

ādesita →

ncped

shown; indicated

ādevitatta →

ncped

wailing, lamenting, deploring.

āharita →

ncped

brought, taken, used

āhita →

ncped

fixed, established; kindled, provided with fuel.

ājānīyajjāyita →

ncped

the thoughts, preoccupations of a thoroughbred horse; ‘thoroughbred’ meditation

ākaṅkhita →

ncped

wished for; desired

ākoṭita →

ncped

beaten; knocked (at); pounded; hammered (in)

ākoṭitapaccākoṭita →

ncped

beaten and pounded; pounded this way and that

ākāsakasiṇa →

ncped

concentration on space, meditation based on space; the meditation object space

ālapita →

ncped

addressed; named; referred to; (n.) addressing

ālimpita →

ncped

kindled; set on fire

ālimpitabba →

ncped

ālokakaraṇa →

ncped

light-giving, illuminitating

ālokita →

ncped

looking at, looking forwards

ālokitabba →

ncped

āmantana →

ncped

addressing; speaking to; invitation; inviting.

āmantaṇa →

ncped

addressing; speaking to; invitation; inviting.

āmantita →

ncped

summoned; invited; addressed

āmisapaṭisanthāra →

ncped

hospitable giving of material goods

ānulomika →

ncped

in regular order; conformable to, suitable.

ānīta →

ncped

led near; brought; fetched, brought home

āpajjita →

ncped

(from āpajjati) one who enters upon; one who commits (an offense).

āpajjitabba →

ncped

āpajjitar →

ncped

(from āpajjati) one who enters upon; one who commits (an offense).

āpattivuṭṭhāna →

ncped

removal of an offense; rehabilitation

āpokasiṇa →

ncped

meditation based on water; the meditation-object water

āpucchita →

ncped

having taken leave; having asked for permission; (n.) asking permission, taking leave

āpucchitabba →

ncped

ārammaṇa →

ncped

basis, starting point (for producing or initiating activity), footing; basis of meditation; object, object of consideration, sense-object.

ārañjita →

ncped

slashed or scored; a mark, a furrow.

ārocita →

ncped

announced, declared; told

āropita →

ncped

made to clim; raised; put on or into; refuted, laid bare

āsevita →

ncped

practiced; cultivated

āsevitabba →

ncped

āsiñcitabba →

ncped

ātitheyya →

ncped

gift of hospitality, a gift to a guest.

ātāpanaparitāpanānuyoga →

ncped

the practice of self-mortification and torture.

ātāpita →

ncped

heated

āvasita →

ncped

living in or on

āyatana →

ncped

…area. 2. transcendental sphere, plane of experience; transcendental state of mind in meditation. 3. sphere of perception, the sense-organs…

āyatanaso →

ncped

  1. as the fields of perception.
  2. in the right sphere; suitably

āyu →

ncped

life; vital power; duration of life, life-time; long life.

āyusaṅkhāra →

ncped

constituent of life, impetus for life, vital principle

āyāsita →

ncped

trouble; d distressed.

āṇāpita →

ncped

instructed; ordered; enjoined

ḍasitabba →

ncped

ḍaṃsitabba →

ncped

ṭaṅkitamañca →

ncped

kind of platform or couch; a (chiseled) stone platform?

ṭhapita →

ncped

  1. made to stand, placed, fixed; set up; deposited; appointed; ordained.
  2. set aside; suspended.

ṭhita →

ncped

  1. standing; being, staying (in any state or condition, often with absol.); remaining, existing, present; firm, steady.
  2. standing.

ṭhitaka →

ncped

standing; standing up, erect.

ṭhāna →

ncped

…a site; a location; a suitable place; a worthy object. 2. region, sphere; metaphysical or spiritual state.

  1. situation;
    1. station;…

ṭhātabba →

ncped

of ṭhita

abhibhāyatana →

nyana

…small size is said to be suitable for a mentally unsteady nature, one of a large size for a dull nature, a beautiful object for an angry nature,…

ability to acquire insight →

nyana

[[ability to acquire insight]]Ability to acquire insight: cf. ugghatitaññū, vipacitaññū

acinteyya →

nyana

…potential range of the meditative absorptions jhāna - visaya, the potential range of kammic-result kamma - vipāka, and speculation…

akanittha →

nyana

…II…

akuppa-dhamma →

nyana

…If a person gains the meditative attainments of the fine-material and formless sphere rūpāvacara - arūpāvacara; and he gains them at…

akusala-vitakka →

nyana

Akusala-vitakka: Disadvantageous thoughts as defined under akusala In M. 20, five methods of overcoming them are given: by changing the…

altruistic joy →

nyana

[[altruistic joy]]Altruistic Mutual Joy: muditā is one of the 4 sublime & divine abodes brahma-vihāra.

anicca →

nyana

…his Bhikkhus of the inevitable impermanence of all existence as a spur to earnest effort: Bhikkhus, I tell you: All constructions are bound to…

anicca-saññā →

nyana

…Sutta A. X. 60 as meditation on the impermanence of the five clusters of clinging:

Though, with a faithful heart, one takes refuge in the…

anupubba-nirodha →

nyana

…and discursive thinking vitakka - vicāra are extinguished. Having entered the 3rd absorption, joy pīti is extinguished. Having entered the…

anussati →

nyana

…reflection, meditation, contemplation. The six recollections often described in the Suttas e.g. A. VI, 10, 25; D. 33 are:

1:…

appanihita-vimokkha →

nyana

Appanihita-vimokkha: D esireless mental release see: *vimokkha

_ Appanihitānupassanā: Contemplation of desirelessness see:…

ariya-vamsa →

nyana

…dwelling,
4L Delight in meditation and detachment.
In the Ariya-vamsa Sutta, A. IV, 28 and similarly in D. 33, it is said:

Now the Bhikkhu is…

association →

nyana

…that are called meditation-subjects on impurity asubha - kammatthāna; see. bhāvanā. In the Girimananda Sutta A. X., 50,…

assāsa-passāsa →

nyana

…and sustained thinking vitakka and vicāra are called verbal constructions vacī-sankhāra, see: sankhāra 2. In-and-out-breathing…

asura →

nyana

Asura: D emons, goblin, evil spirit or titan inhabiting one of the lower worlds apāya.

avacara →

nyana

…and above by the paranimmitavasavatti heaven (see: deva ), being therein included, to wit: the groups of existence, the elements, sources…

avihimsā →

nyana

avihimsā - vitakka is one of the three constituents of right motivation sammā-sankappa, i.e. the 2nd factor of the 8-fold…

avyāpāda →

nyana

…or advantageous thoughts vitakka and is the 9th of the 10 advantageous courses of actions kamma-patha II. The most frequently used synonyms…

bhāvanā →

nyana

…means of the following 40 meditation subjects kammatthāna:

10 kasina-exercises see: kasina. These produce the 4…

bodhi →

nyana

…later books of the Sutta-Pitaka, the Buddhavamsa, 10 bodhipācana-dhammā are mentioned, i.e. qualities that lead to the ripening of perfect…

bodhisatta →

nyana

…earth, is living in the Tusita-heaven see: deva, the heaven of bliss. Cf. A. IV, 127; VIII, 70.

In the Pāli Canon and commentaries, the…

brahma-vihāra →

nyana

Brahma-vihāra: the 4 ‘sublime’ or ‘divine abodes’, also called the 4 Infinite states appamaññā are: loving-kindness mettā Pity karunā, altruistic or sympathetic joy muditā equanimity *up …

cakka →

nyana

…‘blessings’: living in a suitable locality, company of good people, meritorious acts done in the past, right inclinations A. IV, 31.

bhāva -…

carita →

nyana

buddhi - carita the ruminating-natured vitakka - carita App..

cemetery-meditations →

nyana

Cemetery-meditations: see: sīvathikā.

cetanā →

nyana

…concentration samādhi vitality jīvita directing manasikāra Cf. Tab. II, III.

With regard to kammical intention i.e. advantageous or…

character →

nyana

Character: On the 6 kinds of human character, see: carita.

faithful-natured →

nyana

Faithful-natured: saddhā - carita see: carita

great man →

nyana

[[great man]]Great man: the 8 thoughts of a: mahāpurisa-vitakka.

greedy-natured →

nyana

Greedy-natured: rāga-carita see: carita

hadaya-vatthu →

nyana

…even in the Abhidhamma Pitaka, no such base is ever localized, a fact which seems to have first been discovered by Shwe Zan Aung Compendium of…

hate-natured →

nyana

Hate-natured: dosa-carita see: carita.

hetu →

nyana

…with and without concomitant root-conditions; b for a division of rebirth consciousness into ahetuka dvihetuka and tihetuka without,…

indriya →

nyana

…masculinity: purisa
9. vitality: jīvita

5 Feelings vedanā q. v.

  1. bodily pleasant feeling: sukha
  2. bodily…

inference of meaning →

nyana

[[inference of meaning]]Inference of meaning: an ‘expression the meaning of which is to be inferred’: neyyattha-dhamma - Antonym: ‘expression with an established meaning’: nītattha-dhamma s …

intelligent-natured →

nyana

Intelligent-natured: see: carita

jhāna →

nyana

…subjects of tranquillity meditation samatha - kammatthāna see. bhāvanā Often also the 4 immaterial spheres arūpāyatana are called…

joy →

nyana

Joy: somanassa - Altruistic j. = muditā see: brahma-vihāra.

jīva →

nyana

Jīva: life, vital principle, individual soul. ‘Soul life and body are identical’ and ‘Soul and body are different’, these two frequently quoted…

jīvita-navaka-kalāpa →

nyana

Jīvita-navaka-kalāpa: ninefold vital group; see: rūpa-kalāpa.

jīvita →

nyana

Jīvita: and Jīvitindriya: ‘Life, vitality’, may be either physical rūpa - jīvitindriya or mental nāma - jīvitindriya The…

paccaya →

nyana

…etc.; physical vitality 6 and all the remaining abilities, for the co-nascent mental and material phenomena.

17: Jhāna-condition…

paccaya-sannissita-sīla →

nyana

Paccaya-sannissita-sīla: ‘morality consisting in the wise use of the monk’s requisities’; see: sīla 4.

pacceka-bodhi →

nyana

Pacceka-bodhi: ‘solitary enlightenment’; see: the foll. and bodhi.

pacceka-buddha →

nyana

Pacceka-buddha: an ‘Solitarily Enlightened One’; or Separately or Individually = pacceka Enlightened One renderings by ‘Silent’ or ’Private…

palibodha →

nyana

…practice of a subject of meditation: a crowded monastery, travelling, relatives, association with lay folk, gifts, pupils, repairs in the…

papañca →

nyana

mahā - purisa - vitakka A. VIII, 30 has:,This Dhamma is for one who delights in non-diffuseness the unworldly, Nibbāna; it is not for…

paramattha →

nyana

…from most of the Sutta Pitaka, that it does not employ conventional language, but deals only with ultimates, or realities in the highest sense…

paramī →

nyana

…patience, energy, meditation. and understanding.

Literature: Ten Jātaka Stories illustrating the 10 pāramī by I. B. Horner…

paranimmita-vasavatti-deva →

nyana

Paranimmita-vasavatti-deva: ‘divine beings with power over the productions of others’, constitute a class of divine beings in the sense-sphere…

paticcasamuppāda →

nyana

…book of the Abhidhamma Pitaka; the latter or synthetical method, in Patthāna, the last book of the Abhidhamma Pitaka. For a synopsis of these…

puñña-kiriya-vatthu →

nyana

…and of mental development meditation; bhāvanā - maya - p. See D. 33; It. 60; expl. in A. VIII, 36.

Commentaries have a list of ten dasa

pādaka-jjhāna →

nyana

…former is the 4th absorption; for insight, however, any absorption is suitable. For details, see: samatha - vipassanā - App..

pīta-kasina →

nyana

Pīta-kasina: ’yellow- kasina is one of the kasina-exercises; see: kasina

pīti →

nyana

…of certain stages in meditative concentration, in insight practice vipassanā as well as in the first two absorptions jhāna. In the latter…

tanhā-nissita-sīla →

nyana

Tanhā-nissita-sīla: ‘morality based on craving’ see: nissaya.

tanhā →

nyana

…craving’ tanhā - vicarita induced internally, and 18 induced externally; and as occurring in past, present and future, they total 108; see…

thiti-bhāgiya-sīla →

nyana

…Thought-conception:** s. vitakka.

ti-lakkhana →

nyana

…characteristics by direct meditative experience which constitutes liberating insight. About their relation to the three gateways ot liberation’,…

ti-pitaka →

nyana

…is the name for the 3 main divisions of the Pāli Canon: the Basket of Discipline Vinaya Pitaka, the Basket of Discourses Sutta Pitaka and the…

tusita →

nyana

Tusita: a class of divine beings in the sense-plane; see: deva 1.

ākāsa →

nyana

…also an object of kasina meditation. It is defined as follows: The space element has the characteristic of delimiting matter or form. Its function…

āloka-kasina →

nyana

Āloka-kasina: L ight-kasina-meditation on bright light or the white color; see: kasina

ānāpāna-sati →

nyana

…as basis for insight meditation. The speech on Awareness by Breathing’ Ānāpānasati Sutta, M. 118 and other texts have 16 methods of…

āyatana →

nyana

…are conditioned by mental vitality (neural metabolic activity).

The 12 sense-source are fully discussed in Vis.M XV. In Yam III see: Guide, p…

abbahati →

pts

… pp abbūḷhita (q.v.).

the first more freq. for pres., the second often in aor. forms; Sk. ābṛhati, ā…

abbata →

pts

…against the moral obligation, lawless Dhp.264 (= sīlavatena ca dhutavatena ca virahita Dhp-a.iii.391; vv.ll. k. adhūta & abhūta; B…

abbhacchādita →

pts

covered (with) Thag.1068.

pp. of abhi + ā + chādeti

abbhatīta →

pts

emphatic of atīta in all meanings, viz.

  1. passed, gone by SN.ii.183 (+ atikkanta); nt. -ṃ what is gone or over the past Ja.iii.169.
  2. passed away, dead MN.i.465; SN.iv.398; Thag.242, Thag.1035. …

abbheti →

pts

…(abbheyya); Vin.iii.112 (abbheti), Vin.iii.186 = Vin.iv.242 (abbhetabba)
pp abbhita (q.v.). See also abbhāna.

abhi + ā…

abbhita →

pts

  1. come back, rehabilitated, reinstated Vin.iii.186 = Vin.iv.242 (an˚).
  2. uncertain reading at Pv.i.12#3 in sense of “called” (an˚ uncalled),…

abbhu →

pts

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

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

abbhunnadita →

pts

resounding, resonant Thag.1065).

pp. of abhi + ud + nadati

abbhāna →

pts

coming back, rehabilitation of a bhikkhu who has undergone a penance for an expiable offence Vin.i.49 (˚âraha), Vin.i.53 (id.), Vin.i.143…

abbokiṇṇa →

pts

…with satataṃ samitaṃ AN.iv.13 = AN.iv.145; Kv.401 (variant reading abbhokiṇṇa), cp. also Kvu trsl. 231 n.1 (abbokiṇṇa…

abbuhati →

pts

… pp abbūḷhita (q.v.).

the first more freq. for pres., the second often in aor. forms; Sk. ābṛhati, ā…

abbūḷha →

pts

…Snp.593, Snp.779 (= abbūḷhita-salla Mnd.59; rāgâdi-sallānaṃ abbūḷhattā a. Snp-a.518); Ja.iii.390 = Vv.83#10 = Pv.i.8#7 = Dhp-a.i.30 …

abbūḷhita →

pts

…variant reading BB appahita, SS abyūhita; C. explains pupphakaṃ ṭhapitaṃ appaggharakaṃ kataṃ; should we explain as ā + vi + ūh

abhi →

pts

…in ˚patthita ˚pāteti, ˚ppāya, ˚ppeta, ˚bādheti, ˚bhū, ˚vāha (vice versa P. abhi-ropeti compared with Sk….

abhicchita →

pts

adjective desired Ja.vi.445 (so read for abhijjhita).

abhi + icchita, cp. Sk. abhīpsita

abhida →

pts

Abhida1

adjective as attr. of sun & moon at MN.ii.34, MN.ii.35 is doubtful in reading & meaning; vv.ll. abhidosa & abhidesa Neumann; trsl. “unbeschränkt”. The context seems to require a …

abhidhamma →

pts

the “special Dhamma,” i.e.

  1. theory of the doctrine, the doctrine classified, the doctrine pure and simple (without any admixture of literary grace or of personalities, or of anecdotes, or of argume …

abhigīta →

pts

  1. sung for. Only in one phrase, gāthābhigītaṃ, that which is gained by singing or chanting verses (Ger. “ersungen”) SN.i.173; Snp.81 = Mil.228. See Snp-a.151.
  2. resounding with filled with song (of …

abhihiṃsanā →

pts

…abhihesanā cp. P. hesā = Sk. hreṣā, & hesitaṃ

abhihīta →

pts

…godlet ascribes a magic potency to the…

abhijjhita →

pts

coveted, Ja.vi.445; usually neg. an˚ not coveted, Vin.i.287; Snp.40 (= anabhipatthita Snp-a.85; cp. Cnd.38); Vv.47#4 (= na abhikankhita Vv-a.201).

pp. of abhijjhāti

abhijjhitar →

pts

…who covets MN.i.287 (T. abhijjhātar, variant reading ˚itar) = AN.v.265 (T. ˚itar, variant reading ˚ātar).

n. ag. fr. abhijjhita in med….

abhijjhātar →

pts

abhijjhāti →

pts

…patthetvā C.)
pp abhijjhita.

cp. abhidyāti, abhi + jhāyati1; see also…

abhijānāti →

pts

…in abhiññā-vosita perfected by highest knowledge SN.i.167 SN.i.175 = Dhp.423 (“master of supernormal lore” Mrs Rh. D in kindred…

abhijātitā →

pts

the fact of being born, descendency Vv-a.216.

abstr. fr. abhijāti

abhikaṅkhati →

pts

…Ja.ii.428; Ja.iv.10, Ja.iv.241; Vv-a.38, Vv-a.283; Thag-a.244
pp abhikaṅkhita. Cp. BSk abhikānkṣati,…

abhikaṅkhita →

pts

desired, wished, longed for Vv-a.201 (= abhijjhita).

pp. of abhikankhati

abhikkamati →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.124 (evaṃ ˚itabbaṃ evaṃ paṭikkamitabbaṃ thus to approach & thus to withdraw)
pp abhikkanta

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 …

abhikūjita →

pts

…so read for kujita). Cp. abhinikūjita.

abhi + kūjita, pp. of kūj

abhilakkhita →

pts

adjective fixed, designed, inaugurated, marked by auspices Ja.iv.1; DN-a.i.18.

Sk. abhilakṣita in diff. meaning; pp. of abhi + lakṣ

abhilakkhitatta →

pts

having signs or marks, being characterised, characteristics Dhs-a.62.

abstr. fr. abhilakkhita

abhilambati →

pts

…Ja.v.70 (papātaṃ), Ja.v.269 (Vetaraṇiṃ)
pp abhilambita (q.v.).

abhi + lambati

abhilambita →

pts

adjective hanging down Ja.v.407 (nīladuma˚).

pp. of abhilambati

abhimaṇḍita →

pts

-˚) adorned, embellished, beautified Mil.361; Sdhp.17.

abhi + maṇḍita

abhinadati →

pts

to resound, to be full of noise Ja.vi.531. Cp. abhinādita.

abhi + nadati

abhinandati →

pts

…(vacanaṃ)
pp abhinandita (q.v.). Often in combn. with abhivadati (q.v.).

abhi +…

abhinandita →

pts

only in an˚; not enjoyed, not (being) an object of pleasure SN.iv.213 = Iti.38; SN.v.319.

pp. of abhinandati

abhinikūjita →

pts

…(of the cuckoo); so read for ˚kuñjita T.). Cp. abhikūjita.

abhi + nikūjita

abhinimantanatā →

pts

speaking to, adressing, invitation MN.i.331.

abstr. to abhinimanteti

abhinimmināti →

pts

… pp abhinimmita (q.v.).

abhi + nimmināti, cp. BSk. abhinirmāti Jtm.32; abhinirminoti Divy.251;…

abhinimmita →

pts

created (by magic) Vv.16#1 (pañca rathā satā; cp. Vv-a.79).

abhi + nimmita, pp. of abhinimmināti

abhiniviṭṭha →

pts

…pp. of…

abhinādita →

pts

resounding with (-˚), filled with the noise (or song) of (birds) Ja.vi.530 (= abhinadanto C.); Pv-a.157 (= abhiruda).

pp. of abhinādeti, Caus. of abhi + nad; see nadati

abhinīta →

pts

past participle led to, brought to, obliged by (-˚) MN.i.463 = Mil.32 (rājā & cora˚); MN.i.282; SN.iii.93; Thag.350 = Thag.435 (vātaroga˚ “foredone with cramping pains” Mrs. Rk. D.); Pp.29; Mil.362. …

abhipattheti →

pts

to hope for, long for, wish for Kp.viii.10; Snp-a.320; Dhp-a.i.30
pp abhipatthita (q.v.).

abhi + pattheti

abhipatthita →

pts

past participle hoped, wished, longed for Mil.383; Snp-a.85.

fr. abhipattheti

abhippasādeti →

pts

…BSk. abhiprasādayati Divy.68, Divy.85, pp. abhiprasādita-manāḥ Jtm.213 220

abhipīḷeti →

pts

to crush, squeeze Mil.166. - pp. abhipīḷita (q.v.).

abhi + pīḷeti

abhipīḷita →

pts

past participle crushed, squeezed Sdhp.278, Sdhp.279.

fr. abhipiḷeti

abhirati →

pts

…Vin.ii.110; DN.i.17 (+ paritassanā); SN.i.185; SN.v.132; AN.iii.259; AN.iv.50; AN.v.72 sq., AN.v.122; Ja.iii.395; DN-a.i.111; Pv-a.187.

fr….

abhirucita →

pts

adjective pleasing, agreeable, liked Ja.i.402; Dhp-a.i.45.

pp. fr. abhi + ruc

abhiruda →

pts

…(mayūra-koñca˚), Ja.vi.539; Pv.ii.12#3 (haṃsa-koñca˚; = abhinādita Pv-a.157)
■ The form abhiruta occurs at Thag.49.

Sk….

abhirādheti →

pts

…Vv-a.282); Ja.i.421; Ja.iii.386 (= paritosesi C.)
pp abhirādhita.

abhi + rādheti

abhirādhita →

pts

having succeeded in, fallen to one’s share, attained Thag.259.

pp. of abhirādheti

abhisamaya →

pts

“coming by completely”, insight into, comprehension, realization clear understanding, grasp, penetration. See on term Kvu trsl. 381 sq
■ Esp. in full phrases: attha˚; grasp of what is proficient …

abhisambodhita →

pts

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

pp. of abhisambodheti, Caus. of abhi + sambujjhati

abhisambujjhati →

pts

…to make awake, to awaken, to enlighten; pp. -bodhita.

abhi + sambujjhati

abhisameta →

pts

…as caus. formation, against the regular form Sk.P. samita & B.Sk. abhisamita

abhisameti →

pts

…as ordinary & partly as causative, e.g. aor ˚samiṃsu & ˚samesuṃ, pp. sameta: Sk. samita. Cp. B.Sk abhisamayati, either caus. or denom….

abhisañcetayita →

pts

raised into consciousness, thought out, intended, planned MN.i.350; SN.ii.65; SN.iv.132; AN.v.343.

pp. of abhisañceteti

abhisañceteti →

pts

to bring to consciousness, think out, devise, plan SN.ii.82
pp abhisañcetayita (q.v.).

abhi + sañceteti or ˚cinteti

abhisaññā →

pts

…but by certain wanderers See saññā-vedayita-nirodha.

abhisaṅkhata →

pts

…made up, arranged, done MN.i.350; AN.ii.43; AN.v.343; Ja.i.50; Mnd.186 (kappita +); Pv-a.7, Pv-a.8.

abhi + sankhata, pp. of abhisankharoti

abhisaṭa →

pts

…abhi + sṛ; to…

abhitakketi →

pts

to search for Dāvs v.4.

abhi + takketi

abhitatta →

pts

scorched (by heat), dried up, exhausted, in phrases uṇha˚ Vin.ii.220; Mil.97, and ghamma˚ SN.ii.110, SN.ii.118; Snp.1014; Ja.ii.223; Vv-a.40; Pv-a.114.

pp. of abhi + tapati

abhittharati →

pts

to make haste Dhp.116 (= turitaturitaṃ sīghasīghaṃ karoti Dhp-a.iii.4).

abhi + tarati2, evidently wrong for abhittarati

abhitāpa →

pts

extreme heat, glow; adj. very hot Vin.iii.83 (sīsa˚ sunstroke); MN.i.507 (mahā˚ very hot) Mil.67 (mahābhitāpatara much hotter); Pv.iv.1#8 (mahā˚ of niraya).

abhi + tāpa

abhitāḷita →

pts

hammered to pieces, beaten, struck Vism.231 (muggara˚).

abhi + tāḷita fr. tāḷeti

abhivaṇṇeti →

pts

to praise Sdhp.588 (˚ayi). - pp. abhivaṇṇita.

abhi + vanneti

abhivaṇṇita →

pts

praised Dpvs.i.4.

pp. of abhivanneti

abhivitarati →

pts

…Vin.iii.73, Vin.iii.112; Vin.iv.290.

abhi + vitarati

abhiññā →

pts

…It gives us 1 Iddhi (cp. levitation); 2 the Heavenly Ear (cp. clairaudience); 3 knowing others thoughts (cp. thought-reading); 4 recollecting…

abhīta →

pts

adjective fearless Ja.vi.193. See also abhida 1.

a + bhīta

accagā →

pts

3rd sg. pret. of ati-gacchati (q.v. for similar forms) he overcame, should or could overcome Snp.1040 (expld. wrongly as pp. = atikkanta at Cnd.10 and as atīta at Dhp-a.iv.494) …

accatari →

pts

see atitarati.

accati →

pts

…i.e. to sound clear, cp….

acchanna →

pts

…channa (see channa2) not fair, not suitable or proper (paṭirūpa).

pp. of acchādeti

acchariya →

pts

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

accharā →

pts

…connects it with ācchurita (Notes 76); Childers compares Sk. akṣara (see akkhara); there may be a connection with…

accita →

pts

honoured, praised, esteemed Ja.vi.180.

pp. of accati

accāhita →

pts

adjective very cruel, very unfriendly, terrible Ja.iv.46 = Ja.v.146 (= ati ahita C.) = Ja.vi.306 (id.).

ati + ahita

addhan →

pts

…three divisions of time (atita, anāgata, paccuppanna) DN.iii.216; Iti.53, Iti.70. 2. in phrase dīghaṃ addhānaṃ (acc.) a very long time…

addhita →

pts

at Pv.ii.6#2 is to be corrected to aṭṭita (sic variant reading BB).

addhāna →

pts

…SN.iv.110; Ja.ii.293 (= jīvitaddhānaṃ āpādi āyuṃ vindi C).

  • -daratha exhaustion from travelling DN-a.i.287. *…

addita →

pts

…Thag.406; Mhvs.1, Mhvs.25; Pv-a.260; Sdhp.37, Sdhp.281.

see aṭṭita which is the more correct spelling

adeti →

pts

…sg. admi = Gr. ε ̓́δω, Lat. edo; Goth. itan = Ohg. ezzan = E. eat

adhi →

pts

…fig

  1. where to: adhiyita (adhi + ita) “gone on to or into” = studied ajjhesita (adhi + esita) “wished for”; ˚kata “put to”…

adhicitta →

pts

“higher thought”, meditation, contemplation, nsually in combn. with adhisīla and…

adhigaṇhāti →

pts

to surpass, excel SN.i.87 = DN-a.i.32; DN.iii.146; SN.iv.275; AN.iii.33; Iti.19. Ger adhigayha Pv.ii.9#62 = Dhp-a.iii.219 (variant reading BB at both pass. atikkamma); & adhiggahetvā Iti.20
pp …

adhiggahīta →

pts

excelled, surpassed; overpowered, taken by (instr.), possessed Ja.iii.427 (= anuggahīta C.); Ja v.102; vi.525 = 574; Iti.103; Mil.188 Mil.189; Sdhp.98.

pp. of adhigaṇhāti

adhikata →

pts

…(dāne adhikata ṭhapita Pv-a.124). 2. caused by Mil.67 (kamma˚). 3. affected by something, i.e. confused, puzzled, in doubt Mil.144 (+…

adhikodhita →

pts

adjective very angry Ja.v.117.

adhi + kodhita

adhimuccati →

pts

…Dhp-a.iv.170. pp. adhimuccita and adhimutta

caus adhimoceti to incline to (trs.); to direct upon (with loc.) SN.v.409…

adhimucchita →

pts

…variant reading ˚muccita). Cp. ajjhomucchita.

either adhi + muc or mūrch; it would seem more probable to connect it with the former…

adhimuccita →

pts

…variant reading ˚muccita). Cp. ajjhomucchita.

either adhi + muc or mūrch; it would seem more probable to connect it with the former…

adhimuccitar →

pts

one who determines for something, easily trusting, giving credence. AN.iii.165 (variant reading ˚mucchitā)

n. ag. of adhimuccati

adhipatthita →

pts

desired, wished, begged for DN.i.120.

pp. adhi + pattheti, cp. Sk. abhi + arthayati

adhisayita →

pts

sat on, addled (of eggs) Vin.iii.3; SN.iii.153.

pp. of adhiseti

adhiseti →

pts

to lie on, sit on, live in, to follow, pursue Dhp.41; Snp.671 (= gacchati C.)
pp adhisayita.

adhi + seti

adhiyita →

pts

see adhīyati.

adhiṭṭhita →

pts

…abhibhavitvā ṭhita Vv-a.269)

  1. looked after, managed, undertaken governed Vin.i.57; SN.v.278 (sv’âdhiṭṭhita); Pv-a.141…

adhiṭṭhāna →

pts

…Pv-a.141 (so read for adhitaṭṭhāna) āvāsa* should perhaps be read adhiṭṭhāna in the…

adhiṭṭhāti →

pts

…SN.ii.17; AN.i.115 sq.; Ja.i.50; Pv-a.209 (ger. ˚ṭhāya)

pp adhiṭṭhita (q.v.).

Sk. adhitiṣṭhati, adhi…

adhīyati →

pts

…(= sajjhāyitvā C.) & adhicca: see adhicca 2; pp. adhiyita DN.i.96.

Med. of…

agada →

pts

medicine, drug, counterpoison Ja.i.80 (-harīṭaka); Mil.121, Mil.302, Mil.319, Mil.334; DN-a.i.67; Dhp-a.i.215; Pv-a.198 (= osadhaṃ).

Vedic agada; a + gada

agga →

pts

…Sdhp.558.

  • -purohita chief or prime minister Ja.vi.391.
  • -phala the highest or supreme fruit…

aggi →

pts

…viz. aggini-samaṃ jalitaṃ Snp.668 (= samantato jali taṃ aggiṃ Snp-a.480); aggini-samāsu Snp.670 (= aggisamāsu Snp-a.481). The…

agha →

pts

Agha1

neuter evil, grief, pain, suffering, misfortune SN.i.22; MN.i.500 (roga gaṇḍa salla agha); AN.ii.128 (id.); Ja.v.100; Thig.491; Sdhp.51
■ adj. painful, bringing pain Ja.vi.507 (a …

aghavin →

pts

adjective suffering pain, being in misery Snp.694 (= dukkhita Snp-a.489).

to agha1

agāra →

pts

…āvasati)*, and with pabbajita DN.i.89, DN.i.115, DN.i.202, DN.i.230; Pv.ii.13#17 2. of a “rājā cakkavattin”…

agāriya →

pts

…anagāriyaṃ pabbajita* (gone out from the house into the homeless state) Vin.i.15; MN.i.16; MN.ii.55, MN.ii.75; AN.i.49; DN.iii.30 sq.,…

ahita →

pts

…Mil.199 (˚kāma). Ahirika & Ahirika;

a + hita

ahuhāliya →

pts

hoarse & loud laugh Ja.iii.223 (= danta-vidaṃsaka-mahā-hasita C.).

onomat.

ahāsa →

pts

absence of exultancy, modesty Ja.iii.466 (= an-ubbillāvitattaṃ C.).

a + hāsa, cp. Sk. ahāsa & aharṣa

aja →

pts

…ajānaṃ mansaṃ khāditabbaṃ evarūpānaṃ na khāditabban ti“).

ajjati →

pts

to get, procure, obtain Ja.iii.263 (?). pp. ajjita (q.v.).

Vedic arjati, ṛj, a variant of arh, see arahati

ajjhatta →

pts

…ajjhattaṃ* susaṇṭhitaṃ suvimuttaṃ a mind firm, inwardly well planted, quite set free), SN.v.110, SN.v.143, SN.v.263, SN.v.297,…

ajjhesati →

pts

to request, ask, bid Dhp-a.iv.18; aor. ajjhesi Vin.ii.200; pp ajjhiṭṭha & ajjhesita; (q.v.), with which cp. pariyiṭṭha & ˚esita.

adhi + iṣ; cp. BSk. adhyeṣate Divy.160

ajjhesita →

pts

requested, asked, bidden Cnd.16 (= ajjhiṭṭha).

pp. of ajjhesati; cp. ajjhiṭṭha

ajjhiṭṭha →

pts

…Snp.p.218 (= ajjhesita Cnd.16); Ja.vi.292 (= āṇatta C.); Dhp-a.iv.100 (variant reading abhijjhiṭṭha). See also an˚.

pp. of…

ajjhomucchita →

pts

…out (in a swoon), lying in a faint (?) AN.iii.57 sq (variant reading ajjhomuñcïta or ˚muccita better: sarīre attached to her body, clinging…

ajjhopanna →

pts

…ajjhosāya gilitvā ṭhita); Nd ii.under nissita & passim; Ud.75, Ud.76 (ajjhosanna); DN-a.i.59 (id.). 3….

ajjhosati →

pts

…+ ava + sayati, , to bind, pp. sita: see ajjhosita

ajjhosita →

pts

…Sk. adhyavasita, from adhi + ava + ; but sita is liable to confusion with sita = Sk. śrita, also through likeness of…

ajjhosāna →

pts

…at Nd ii.under chanda & nissita and taṇhā (see also ajjhopanna), and at Dhs.1059 of lābha (the expln. at…

ajjhupekkhitar →

pts

one who looks on (carefully), one who takes care or controls, an overseer caretaker SN.v.69 (sādhukaṃ), SN.v.324 (id.), SN.v.331 sq. Vb.227.

n. ag. to ajjhupekkhati

ajjhāpīḷita →

pts

harassed, overpowered, tormented Pv-a.180 (khuppipāsāya by hunger & thirst).

adhi + ā + pīḷita

ajjhāsita →

pts

intent on, bent on Mil.361 (jhān˚). Cp. ajjhosita & nissita.

pp. of adhi + ā + śri

ajjhāvuttha →

pts

…Pv-a.24 (˚ghara); fig. (not) occupied by Snp-a.566 (= anosita).

cp. Sk. adhyuṣita; pp. of ajjhāvasati

ajjita →

pts

obtained Sdhp.98.

pp. of ajjati

akalu →

pts

…BB aggalu˚); Mil.338 (-tagara-tālīsaka-lohita-candana).

akkhara →

pts

adjective constant, durable, lasting DN.iii.86. As tt. for one of 4 branches of Vedic learning (DN.i.88) it is Phonetics which probably included Grammar, and is explained by sikkhā

akkhaṇa →

pts

…as either avirādhita-vedhī or akkhaṇaṃ vuccati vijju: one who takes and shoots his arrows as fast as lightning), Ja.iii.322;…

akkhi →

pts

the eye MN.i.383 (ubbhatehi akkhīhi); Snp.197, Snp.608; Ja.i.223, Ja.i.279; Ja.v.77; Ja.vi.336; Pv.ii.9#26 (akkhīni paggharanti: shed tears, cp. Pv-a.123); Vv-a.65 (-īni bhamanti, my eyes swi …

akkhitta →

pts

…hit, struck, thrown Ja.iii.255 (= ākaḍḍhita C.).

BSk ākṣipta Divy.363,…

akkhāna →

pts

telling stories, recitation; tale, legend DN.i.6 (= DN-a.i.84: Bhārata-Rāmāyanādi); DN.iii.183; MN.i.503; MN.iii.167; Sdhp.237
■…

akkula →

pts

adjective confused, perplexed, agitated, frightened Ud.5 (akkulopakkula and akkulapakkulika) See ākula.

= ākula

akkuṭṭha →

pts

…Snp-a.364); Ja.vi.187. 2. (nt.) reviling, scolding, swearing at; in combination akkuṭṭha-vandita Snp.702 (= akkosa-vandana Snp-a.492)…

alagga →

pts

adjective not stuck or attached Cnd.107 (also alaggita); alaggamāna (ppr.) id. Dhp-a.iii.298.

pp. of laggati

alaṃ →

pts

…(quite or thoroughly) suitable Vin.iii.187

  • -pateyya: see the latter.
  • -vacanīyā (f.) a woman who has to be…

alaṅkata →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.83); Pv.ii.3#6; Vv.1#1; Ja.iii.392; Ja.iv.60. 2. “done enough” (see alaṃ, use…

alla →

pts

…Dhp-a.ii.155;

  • -rohita-maccha fresh fish Ja.iii.333.
  • -āvalepana see → adda3.
  1. wet = with connotation of clean…

allīna →

pts

…AN.v.187; Cnd. under nissita (in form asita allīna upagata) 2. soiled by (-˚), dirtied AN.ii.201. -anallīna “to which nothing sticks”…

allīyati →

pts

…Mvu.iii.144; pp. allīpita ibid. Mvu.i.311; Mvu.iii.408; pass. allīpīyate Mvu.iii.127.] to make stick to to bring near to (c. acc. or loc.)…

aluḷita →

pts

adjective umoved, undisturbed Mil.383.

a + luḷita, pp. of lul

alābu →

pts

long white gourd, Cucurbita Lagenaris MN.i.80 (tittaka˚), MN.i.315 (id.); Pv-a.47 (id.); Dhs-a.405
■ See also alāpu.

Sk….

amacca →

pts

…the official ministers (purohita, mahāmatta, pārisajja); usually combd. with pārisajjā (pl.) viz. DN.i.136 (= piya-sahāyaka…

amama →

pts

…(= mamāyana-taṇhā-rahita C.); Pv.iv.1#34 (= mamaṃkāravirahita Pv-a.230); Mhvs.1, Mhvs.66, combd. with…

amanussa →

pts

being which is not human, a fairy demon, ghost, god, spirit, yakkha Vin.i.277; DN.i.116; SN.i.91, Ja.i.99; Dhs.617; Mil.207; Dhs-a.319; Dhp-a.i.13 (˚pariggahīta haunted); Pv-a.216
■ Cp. amānusa. …

amata →

pts

…hi amatan ti tathā niddisitabbato disā cā ti Snp-a.572). Perhaps also at Iti.46 = Iti.62 (amataṃ dhātuṃ = ambrosial state or Amṛta as…

ambila →

pts

adjective sour, acid; one of the 6 rasas or tastes, viz. a., lavaṇa, tittaka, kaṭuka kasāya, madhura (see under rasa): thus at Mil.56. Another enumeration at Cnd.540 & Dhs.629
■ Ja …

amitābha →

pts

adjective of boundless or immeasurable splendour Sdhp.255.

a + mita (pp. of ) + ā + bhā

ammā →

pts

…amma “granny”, Ohg. amma “mammy”, nurse; also Lat. amita father’s sister & amāre to love

amucchita →

pts

…not infatuated (lit. not stupified or bewildered), not greedy; only in phrase agathita amucchita anajjhāpanna (or anajjhopanna) DN.iii.46;…

anabbhita →

pts

…Pv-a.64 explains by anavhāta variant reading anabbhita).

an + abbhita

anabhijjhita →

pts

adjective not desired Snp.40 (cp. Cnd.38); Vv.47#4 (= na abhikankhita Vv-a.201).

an + abhijjhita

anabhirati →

pts

not delighting in, dissatisfaction, discontent DN.i.17 (+ paritassanā); DN.iii.289; Ja.iii.395; DN-a.i.111.

an + abhirati

anajjhiṭṭha →

pts

…Pv.i.12#3 (T. anabbhita, variant reading anijjhiṭṭha Ja.iii.165 has anavhāta; Thig.129 ayācita; Pv-a.64 explains by…

anassāvin →

pts

…Snp.853 (sātiyesu a. = sātavatthusa kāmaguṇesu taṇhasanthavavirahita Snp-a.549).

an + assāvin; cp. assāva + āsava

anavosita →

pts

adjective unfulfilled, undone Thag.101.

an + avosita; or ana + avosita = avusita?

aneka →

pts

…Cnd.54; DN-a.i.103

  • -vihita various, manifold DN.i.12, DN.i.13, DN.i.178; Iti.98; Pp.55; DN-a.i.103 (= anekavidha).

an +…

aneḷa →

pts

…viz. elagalana-virahita), but more likely in lit. meaning “having a pure or clear throat or, of vācā speech:…

anindita →

pts

adjective blameless, faultless Ja.iv.106 (-aṅgin of blameless body or limbs).

a + nindita

aniyamita →

pts

adjective indefinite (as tt. g.) Vv-a.231.

pp. of a + niyameti

aniñjita →

pts

adjective immoveable, undisturbed, unshaken Thag.386.

an + iñjita

aniṭṭhita →

pts

anosita →

pts

…sita, pp. of…

antalikkha →

pts

…Pv.i.3#1 (= vehāyasa-saññita a Pv-a.14); Kp-a.166.

  • -ga going through the air AN.i.215.
  • -cara walking through the…

antara →

pts

adjective Primary meanings are “inside” and “in between” as adj. “inner”; in prep. use & in compounds “inside, in between”. Further development of meaning is with a view of contrasting the (two) sides …

antaradhāyati →

pts

…Vv-a.48
ppr antarahita (q.v.)
caus antaradhāpeti to cause to disappear, to destroy…

antarahita →

pts

adjective

  1. disappeared, gone, left DN.i.222. MN.i.487. Mil.18. Pv-a.245.
  2. in phrase anantarahitāya bhūmiyā (loc) on the bare soil (lit. on the ground with nothing put in between it & the perso …

antaraṃsa →

pts

“in between the shoulders”, i.e. the chest Ja.v.173 = Ja.vi.171 (phrase lohitakkho vihat’ antaraṃso).

B.Sk. antarâṃsa; antara + aṃsa

antarāya →

pts

…vāḷa˚, siriṃsapa˚ jīvita˚, brahmacariya˚*. In B.Sk. 7 at Divy.544, viz rājā-caura-manuṣy-amanuṣya-vyāḍ-agny-udakaṃ
■…

anu →

pts

…or *an-*ointed, ˚vitakheti reflect over, ˚sara con-sequential; etc 2. applied: according to, in conformity with. E.g. ˚kūla…

anubandhati →

pts

…Ja.iii.504; Pv-a.260 (= anvāgacchi). ger. -bandhitvā Ja.i.254 grd. -bandhitabba MN.i.106
pp anubaddha

anubbillāvitatta →

pts

see ubbill˚.

anubhavana →

pts

…unpleasant“); Mil.60 (vedayita-lakkhaṇā vedanā anubhavana-lakkhaṇā ca); Pv-a.152 (kamma-vipāka˚). Esp. in combn. with…

anubhāva →

pts

…meaning “experience, concomitance” and found only in compounds as-˚, in meaning “experiencing the sensation of or belonging to, experience…

anubrūheti →

pts

…Dhp.75 (˚brūhaye ˚brūheyya vaḍḍheyya Dhp-a.ii.103)
pp anubrūhita (q.v.) Cp. also…

anubrūhita →

pts

strengthened with (-˚), full of Pts.i.167.

pp. of anubrūheti

anucarati →

pts

to move along, to follow; to practice; pp. anuciṇṇa & anucarita; (q.v.)

anu + cariti

anucarita →

pts

…accompanied by, pervaded with DN.i.16, DN.i.21 (vīmaṃsa˚ anuvicarita DN-a.i.106); MN.i.68 (id.); Mil.226.

pp. of anucarati

anucchavika →

pts

…skin“, befitting, suitable, proper, pleasing, fit for, Ja.i.58, Ja.i.62, Ja.i.126, Ja.i.218; Ja.ii.5; Ja.iv.137, Ja.iv.138; Mil.358;…

anucchaviya →

pts

…skin“, befitting, suitable, proper, pleasing, fit for, Ja.i.58, Ja.i.62, Ja.i.126, Ja.i.218; Ja.ii.5; Ja.iv.137, Ja.iv.138; Mil.358;…

anucinteti →

pts

to think upon, to meditate, consider SN.i.203 (variant reading for anuvicinteti).

anu + cinteti

anudassita →

pts

manifested Mil.119.

pp. of anudasseti

anuddhata →

pts

…+…

anugaṇhāti →

pts

to have pity on, to feel sorry for, to help, give protection DN.i.53 (vācaṃ; cp. DN-a.i.160: sārato agaṇhaṇto); Ja.ii.74; Cnd.50 (ppr. med -gayhamāna = anukampamāna); Pp.36; Pv-a.181 (imper. *[an …

anuggahīta →

pts

(& ˚ita) commiserated, made happy, satisfied MN.i.457; SN.ii.274; SN.iii.91; SN.iv.263; AN.iii.172; Ja.iii.428.

pp. of anuggaṇhāti

anuggaṇhāti →

pts

to have pity on, to feel sorry for, to help, give protection DN.i.53 (vācaṃ; cp. DN-a.i.160: sārato agaṇhaṇto); Ja.ii.74; Cnd.50 (ppr. med -gayhamāna = anukampamāna); Pp.36; Pv-a.181 (imper. *[an …

anugijjhati →

pts

to be greedy after, to covet Snp.769 (cp. Mnd.12); Ja.iii.207; Ja.iv.4 (= giddhā gathitā hutvā allīyanti C.). pp. -giddhā (q.v.). Cp. abhigijjhati.

anu + gijjhati

anujjhāna →

pts

meditation, reflection, introspection Mil.352 (˚bahula).

anu + jhāna

anujju →

pts

…woman Ja.v.40 (= kañcana-sannibha-sarīrā C.); Ja.vi.500 (T. anuccangī C. aninditā agarahitangī); -gāmin going crooked i.e. snake…

anujīvati →

pts

…to live for or on, subsist by Ja.iv.271 (= upajīvati, tassânubhāvena jīvitaṃ laddhaṃ (Comm.)
pp anujīvata (q.v.).

anu + jīvati

anujīvita →

pts

living (after), living, livelihood, subsistence, life Snp.836 (= jīvitaṃ Snp-a.545).

pp. of anujīvati

anukampati →

pts

…Pv-a.35 (taṃ), Pv-a.62 (pitaraṃ), Pv-a.104
pp anukampita (q.v.).

anu + kampati

anukampin →

pts

…Only in foll. phrases: hita˚; full of solicitude for the welfare of SN.v.86; Snp.693; Pv.iii.7#6 sabbapāṇa-bhūta-hita˚; id….

anukampita →

pts

adjective compassioned, gratified, remembered, having done a good deed (of mercy Pv.iii.2#30.

pp. of anukampati

anukampā →

pts

compassion, pity, mercy DN.i.204; MN.i.161; MN.ii.113; SN.i.206; SN.ii.274 (loka˚), SN.iv.323; SN.v.259 sq.; AN.i.64, AN.i.92; AN.ii.159; AN.iii.49; AN.iv.139 Pp.35
■ Often in abl. anukampāya out …

anukaroti →

pts

to imitate, “to do after” AN.i.212; Ja.i.491; Ja.ii.162; Dhp-a.iv.197
ppr anukabbaṃ Vin.ii.201 (mamâ˚)
■ Med….

anukkaṇṭhati →

pts

not to be sorry or not to lack anything, in ppr. -anto Ja.v.10; and pp. -ita without regret or in plenty Pv-a.13.

an + ukkaṇṭhati

anukāra →

pts

imitation Dpvs.v.39.

cp. anukaroti

anukārin →

pts

adjective imitating Dāvs v.32.

anukūla →

pts

…favourable, agreeable, suitable, pleasant Vv-a.280; spelt anukula at Sdhp.297, Sdhp.312.

  • -bhava complaisance,…

anulimpati →

pts

…besmear, Mil.394 (˚limpitabba). Caus. -limpeti in same meaning Mil.169 and -lepeti Mil.169 (grd. -lepanīya to be treated with…

anuloma →

pts

…i.e. in natural order, suitable, fit, adapted to, adaptable straight forward DN.ii.273 (anānuloma, q.v.) SN.iv.401; Pts.ii.67, Pts.ii.70;…

anulomika →

pts

(& -ya) adjective suitable, fit, agreeable; in proper order, adapted to (-˚) Vin.ii.7 (an˚), Vin.iii.120 (an˚ = ananucchaviya); Vin.iv.239;…

anumodati →

pts

…Pv-a.81, Pv-a.201) imper. modāhi) Sdhp.501 sq
pp anumodita (q.v.).

anu + modati

anumodita →

pts

enjoyed, rejoiced in Pv-a.77.

pp. of anumodati

anuneti →

pts

to conciliate, appease, win over, flatter SN.i.232 (ppr. anunayamāna); pp. anunīta (q.v.).

anu + neti

anunīta →

pts

adjective led, induced SN.iv.71; Snp.781.

pp. of anuneti

anupabbajjā →

pts

giving up worldly life in imitation of another SN.v.67 = Iti.107

anu + pabbajjā, cp. BSk. anupravrajati Divy.61

anupacita →

pts

adjective heaped up, accumulated Thag-a.56.

anu + pa + cita, pp. of anupacināti

anupatati →

pts

…˚patatanti = Dhp.221 (dukkhā); Thag.41 = Thag.1167 (of lightning). pp. anupatita (q.v.). Cp. also *anupāta &…

anupatita →

pts

“befallen”, affected with, oppressed by (-˚) SN.ii.173 (dukkha˚); SN.iii.69 (id.); Snp.334 (pamāda˚).

pp. of anupatati

anupatitatta →

pts

the fact of being attacked by, being a victim of (-˚) Snp-a.339.

abstr. of anupatita

anupavatteti →

pts

…i.e. in succession or imitation of a predecessor SN.i.191; Mil.362. See also anuvatteti.

anu + pa + vatteti, fr….

anupaṭṭhita →

pts

adjective setting out after, following, attacking Ja.v.452.

anu + pa + ṭhita

anupiya →

pts

…who flatters I iii.185; Ja.ii.390; Ja.v.360; and -bhāṇitar id. Vb.352.

anu + piya

anupubba →

pts

…which the highest aim of meditation & trance is attained, viz. complete cessation of all consciousness These are 9 stages, consisting of the 4…

anupuṭṭha →

pts

asked Snp.782 (= pucchita Snp-a.521).

pp. of anupucchati

anupāpeti →

pts

…make find Ja.vi.88; Cp. xi. 4 (aor anupāpayi); Mil.276
pp anupāpita (q.v.).

Caus. of anupāpuṇāti

anupāpita →

pts

having been lead to or made to reach, attained, found Mil.252.

pp. of anupāpeti

anurañjita →

pts

illumined, brighterted, beautified Bv.i.45 (byāmapabhā˚ by the shine of the halo); Vv-a.4 (sañjhātapa˚ for sañjhāpabhā˚).

pp. of anu + rañjeti, Caus. of rañj

anurūpa →

pts

adjective suitable, adequate, seeming, fit, worthy; adapted to, corresponding, conform with (-˚ Ja.i.91; Ja.vi.366 (tad˚); Pv-a.61 (ajjhāsaya˚…

anusayita →

pts

dormant, only in combn. dīgharatta˚; latent so long Thag.768; Snp.355 Snp.649. Cp. anusaya & anusayin.

pp. of anuseti, anu + śī

anusañcarati →

pts

…SN.v.301; Ja.i.202 Ja.iii.502; Pv-a.279 (nagaraṃ)
pp anusañcarita (q.v.).

anu + saṃ + carati

anusañcarita →

pts

frequented, visited, resorted to Mil.387.

pp. of anusañcarati

anusañceteti →

pts

to set ones mind on, concentrate, think over, meditate Pp.12.

anu + saṃ + ceteti

anuseti →

pts

…read with SS for anusavanti), SN.iv.188; AN.i.283; AN.iii.246 Pp.32, Pp.48

pp anusayita (q.v.).

anu + seti. cp. Sk….

anusikkhati →

pts

…follow one’s example, to imitate Vin.ii.201 (ppr. med. ˚amāna); SN.i.235; AN.iv.282, AN.iv.286, AN.iv.323; Snp.294 (vattaṃ, cp. RV iii.59, 2:…

anusocati →

pts

to mourn for, to bewail Snp.851 (atītaṃ na a.; cp. Mnd.222); Pv.i.12#7; Pv.ii.6#8; Pv-a.95.

anu + socati

anussarati →

pts

…Pv-a.107
pp anussarita (see anussaritar)-Caus anussarāpeti to remind someone, to call…

anussaritar →

pts

one who recollects or remembers SN.v.197, SN.v.225 (saritar +) AN.v.25, AN.v.28.

n. ag. to anussarita, pp. of anussarati

anussukita →

pts

Vv-a.74 & anussukin Pp.23 = anussuka.

an + ussuk˚

anussāveti →

pts

…(saddaṃ a.)
pp anussāvita.

anu + sāveti, Caus. of śru, cp. B.Sk. anuśrāvayati “to proclaim aloud the guilt…

anussāvita →

pts

proclaimed, announced Vin.i.103.

pp. of anussāveti

anusārin →

pts

… ■ Cp. also SN.i.15 (bhavasota˚); SN.iv.128 (id.); Ja.vi.444 (paṇḍitassa˚ = veyyāvaccakara C.); Sdhp.528 (attha˚).

fr. anu + sarati

anusāsati →

pts

…Vin.i.59; and -sāsitabba Dhp-a.iii.99
pass -sāsiyati Vin.ii.200; Mil.186. 2. to rule, govern (acc.) administer to (dat.)…

anuvattati →

pts

  1. to follow, imitate, follow one’s example (c. acc.), to be obedient DN.ii.244; Vin.ii.309 (bdhgh.); Vin.iv.218; Ja.i.125, Ja.i.300; DN-a.i.288;…

anuvicarati →

pts

…AN.i.264 (cetasā), AN.i.iii.178 (dhammaṃ cetasā a.)
pp anuvicarita (q.v.).

anu + vi + carati

anuvicarita →

pts

reflected, pondered over, thought out SN.iii.203 (manasā); DN-a.i.106 (= anucarita).

pp. of anuvicāreti

anuvicinteti →

pts

…think or ponder over, to meditate DN.ii.203; SN.i.203 (yoniso ˚cintaya, imper “marshall thy thoughts in ordered governance” Mrs. Rh. DN…

anuvicāra →

pts

meditation, reflexion, thought Dhs.85 (= vicāra).

anu + vicāra, cf. anuvicāreti

anuvidita →

pts

found out, recognised; one who has found out or knows well Snp.528, Snp.530 (= anubuddha Snp-a.431). Same in B.Sk., e.g. Mvu.iii.398.

pp. of anuvijjati

anuvijjati →

pts

…out Ja.v.162
pp anuvidita (q.v.).

anu + vid, with fusion of Vedic vetti to know, and Pass. of vindati to find (=…

anuvitakketi →

pts

to reflect, think, ponder over, usually combined with anuvicāreti DN.i.119; DN.iii.242; SN.v.67 = Iti.107 (anussarati +); AN.iii.383.

anu + vi + takketi

anuvuttha →

pts

living with, staying, dwelling Ja.ii.42 (cira˚); Ja.v.445 (id.).

pp. of anuvasati, cf. Sk. anūṣita

anuvāceti →

pts

…(words), to recite or make recite after or again DN.i.104 (= tehi aññesaṃ vācitaṃ anuvācenti DN-a.i.273); Mil.345 Cp. anubhāseti.

anu…

anuvāseti →

pts

…give an enema of salubrious oil Mil.169; grd. -vāsanīya ibid.; pp. -vāsita Mil.214.

anu + vāseti, Caus. of vāsa3 odour,…

anuyoga →

pts

…Ja.i.90 (padhān’ ânuyogakiccaṃ); Vv.84#38 (dhamma˚) Mil.348; DN-a.i.78, DN-a.i.104. 2. invitation, appeal, question (cp. anuyuñjati 2)…

anuyutta →

pts

  1. applying oneself to, dealing with, practising, given to, intent upon DN.i.166, DN.i.167; DN.iii.232 = AN.ii.205 (attaparitāpan’ ânuyogaṃ a.); SN.iii.153 SN.iv.104; Snp.663 (lobhaguṇe), Snp.814 (met …

anuṭṭhahati →

pts

to carry out, look after, practise do Ja.v.121
pp anuṭṭhita (q.v.).

anu + ṭhahati = ˚thāti, see ˚*tiṭṭhati*

anuṭṭhita →

pts

practising, effecting or effected, come to, experienced, done DN.ii.103; SN.iv.200; AN.iii.290 sq.; AN.iv.300; Ja.ii.61; Mil.198; Pv-a.132 (cp. anugata).

pp. of anuṭṭhati = anutiṭṭhati

anuṭṭhātar →

pts

one without energy or zeal Snp.96 (niddāsīlin sabhāsīlin +) Snp-a.169 (viriya-tejavirahita).

n. ag. to an + uṭṭhahati

anvāya →

pts

…as a result of their cohabitation); Ja.i.56 (buddhiṃ), Ja.i.127 (piyasaṃvāsaṃ), Ja.i.148 (gabbhaparipākaṃ). Often in phrase *vuddhiṃ…

anādara →

pts

  1. (m) disrespect Pv-a.257
  2. (adj.) disrespectful Snp.247 (= ādaravirahita Snp-a.290).

an + ādara

anāgata →

pts

adjective not come yet, i.e. future. On usual combn. with atīta: see this. DN.iii.100 sq., DN.iii.134 sq. DN.iii.220, DN.iii.275; MN.iii.188 sq.; SN.i.5; SN.ii.283; AN.ii …

anāgāmitā →

pts

the state or condition of an Anāgāmin SN.v.129, SN.v.181, SN.v.285; AN.iii.82; AN.v.108, AN.v.300 sq. Snp.p.140 = AN.iii.143; Iti.1 sq., Iti.39, Iti.40.

anāgāmin + tā

anāmasita →

pts

adjective not touched, virgin- Vv-a.113 (˚khetta).

an + āmasita, pp. of āmassati

anāmassa →

pts

adjective not to be touched Ja.ii.360 (C. anāmāsitabba).

grd. of an + āmassati, Sk. āmaśya

anānu →

pts

…questioned Snp.782 (= apucchita Snp-a.521); -yāyin not following or not defiled by evil Snp.1071 (expld. at Cnd.42 by both…

apa →

pts

Apa˚

Well-defined directional prefix, meaning “away from, off” Usually as base-prefix (except with ā), & very seldom in compn. with other modifying prefixes (like sam, abhi etc.).

  1. *a …

apacināti →

pts

…for T. anupacinanto, variant reading anapavinati)

pp apacita (q.v.).

apa + cināti

apacita →

pts

honoured, worshipped, esteemed Thag.186; Ja.ii.169; Ja.iv.75; Vv.5#10 (= pūjita Vv-a.39); Vv.35#11 (cp. Vv-a.164); Mil.21.

pp. of apacayati or apacināti

apacāyati →

pts

… pp apacita (q.v.).

fr. apa- ci, cp. cināti & cayati, with diff. meaning in Sk.; better expld.

apajaha →

pts

adjective not giving up, greedy, miserly AN.iii.76 (variant reading apānuta; Commentary explains (a)vaḍḍhinissita mānatthaddha)

a + pajaha

apajita →

pts

defeat Dhp.105.

pp. of apa + ji

apajjhāyati →

pts

to muse, meditate, ponder, consider MN.i.334 (nijjhāyati +); MN.iii.14 (id.).

apa + jhāyati1; cp. Sk. abhi-dhyāyati

apaloketi →

pts

…without informing the Sangha); Ja.vi.298 (vājānaṃ); Dhp-a.i.67

pp apalokita (q.v.). See also apalokana &…

apalokita →

pts

  1. asked permission, consulted SN.iii.5.
  2. (nt.) permission, consent MN.i.337 (Nāgâpalokitaṃ apalokesi).
  3. (nt.) an epithet of Nibbāna SN.iv.370.

pp. of apaloketi; Sk. avalokita

apaneti →

pts

to lead away, take or put away, remove Ja.i.62, Ja.i.138; Ja.ii.4, Ja.ii.155 (aor. apānayi), Ja.iii.26; Mil.188, Mil.259, Mil.413; Pv-a.41, Pv-a.74, Pv-a.198 (= harati) Sdhp.63 Pass. apanīyati SN …

apanidahati →

pts

…(˚dhāya ger.)
pp apanihita
caus apanidhāpeti to induce somebody to conceal Vin.iv.123.

apa + ni + dhā, cp….

apanidheti →

pts

…(˚dhāya ger.)
pp apanihita
caus apanidhāpeti to induce somebody to conceal Vin.iv.123.

apa + ni + dhā, cp….

apanihita →

pts

concealed, in abstr. -ttaṃ (nt.) hiding, concealing, theft Pv-a.216.

pp. of apanidahati

apanuditar →

pts

remover, dispeller DN.iii.148.

n. ag. fr. apanudati, Sk. apanoditṛ

apanīta →

pts

taken away or off; removed, dispelled Pv-a.39.

Sk. apanīta, pp. of apa + nī, see apaneti & cp. also onīta = apanīta

aparaddha →

pts

…(suddhimaggaṃ); Thag.78; Snp.891 (suddhiṃ viraddha khalita Mnd.300); Pv-a.195.

pp. of aparajjhati

aparajjhati →

pts

…Ja.v.68; Ja.vi.367; Mil.189; Pv-a.263
pp aparaddha & aparādhita; (q.v.).

Sk. aparādhyate, apa + rādh

aparaṇṇa →

pts

…pea); Mil.106 (pubbaṇṇa˚). See also dhañña & harita.

apara + aṇṇa = anna

aparādhita →

pts

transgressed, sinned, failing Ja.v.26 (so read for aparadh’ ito).

pp. of aparādheti, Caus. of apa + rādh; cp. aparaddha

aparājita →

pts

adjective unconquered Snp.269; Ja.i.71, Ja.i.165.

Vedic aparājita; a + parājita

apasseti →

pts

…depending on, trusting in (loc. or acc or-˚) Vin.iii.38; Ja.i.214; Pv-a.189

pp apassita (q.v.)
■ See also…

apassita →

pts

…(parâgāraṃ = nissita Vv-a.101); Ja.iv.25 (balamhi = balanissita). See also avassita.

pp. of apasseti

apasādeti →

pts

…(opp. ussādeti) DN-a.i.160

pp apasādita (q.v.).

Caus. of apa + sad

apasādita →

pts

blamed, reproached, disparaged SN.ii.219; Snp-a.541.

pp. of apasādeti

apattha →

pts

…away Dhp.149 (= chaḍḍita Dhp-a.iii.112).

Sk. apāsta, pp. of apa + as2

Apattha2

2nd pl. pret. of…

apatthita →

pts

Apatthita & Apatthiya

see pattheti.

apatthiya →

pts

Apatthita & Apatthiya

see pattheti.

apaviddha →

pts

…Dhp.292 (= chaḍḍita Dhp-a.iii.452); Pv.iii.8#2 (susānasmiṃ; so read for T. apaviṭṭha); Ja.i.255;…

apaṅga →

pts

(apānga) the outer corner of the eye Ja.iii.419 (asitâpangin black-eyed); Ja.iv.219 (bahi˚). Spelt avaṅga at Vin.ii.267, where the phrase avangaṃ karoti i.e. expld. by …

apekkhati →

pts

…ger. apekkhitvā (cp. Sk. avīkṣya) with reference to Vv-a.13

pp apekkhita (q.v.).

Sk. apīkṣate, apa + īkṣ

apekkhita →

pts

taken care of, looked after, considered Ja.vi.142, Ja.vi.149 (= olokita C.).

pp. of apekkhati

api →

pts

…bind on to, apihita (= Gr. ἐπιχετός, epithet) put on to (q.v.).

  1. (conj. & part.).
    1. in affirmative sentences meaning…

apidahati →

pts

…(inf. apidhetuṃ) pp. apihita, Pass. apithīyati, Der. apidhāna (q.v.).

api + dhā, cp. Gr….

apiha →

pts

…a +…

apihita →

pts

covered Ja.iv.4.

pp. of apidahati

apihālu →

pts

dhā, cp. pidahati & pihita) cp. also Cnd.227).

a + pihālu, analysed by Fausböll Sn. Gloss. p. 229 as a-spṛhayālu, but Bdhgh evidently…

appa →

pts

…Pp.62; Dhs.1327.

  • -harita having little or no grass SN.i.169; Snp.p.15 (= paritta-harita-tiṇa Snp-a.154).

Vedic alpa,…

appaccaya →

pts

  1. (n.) discontent, dissatisfaction, dejection, sulkiness DN.i.3 (= appatītā honti tena atuṭṭhā asomanassitā ti appacayo; domanass’ etaṃ adhivacanaṃ DN-a.i.52); DN.iii.159; MN.i.442; AN.i.79, AN.i.12 …

appadhaṃsita →

pts

adjective not violated, unhurt, not offended Vin.iv.229.

pp. of a + padhaṃseti

appakāra →

pts

…form, of bad appearance, ugly, deformed Ja.v.69 (= sarīrappakāra-rahita dussaṇṭhāna C.). Cp. apākatika.

a + pakāra

appamatta →

pts

…Snp.779 (cp. Mnd.59); Dhp.22 (cp. Dhp-a.i.229); Thig.338 = upaṭṭhitasati Thag-a.239).

a + pamatta, pp. of pamadati

appamaññā →

pts

boundlessness, infinitude, as psych. t. t. appld. in later books to the four varieties of philanthropy, viz mettā karuṃā muditā upekkhā i.e. love, pity, sympathy desinterestedness, and as …

appamāda →

pts

thoughtfulness, carefulness, conscientiousness, watchfulness, vigilance, earnestness, zeal DN.i.13 (: a. vuccati satiyā avippavāso DN-a.i.104); DN.iii.30 DN.iii.104 sq., DN.iii.112, DN.iii.244, DN.ii …

appanā →

pts

…(˚patta); Mil.62 (of vitakka); Dhs.7, Dhs.21, Dhs.298; Vism.144 (˚samādhi); Dhs-a.55, Dhs-a.142 (def. by Bdhg. as “ekaggaṃ cittaṃ…

appatīta →

pts

adjective dissatisfied, displeased, disappointed (cp. appaccaya) Ja.v.103 (at this passage preferably to be read with variant reading as appatika = without husband, C. explains assāmika), Ja.v.155 ( …

appaṇihita →

pts

…See on term Cpd. 67; Dhs trsl. 93, 143 cp. paṇihita.

a + paṇihita

appaṭicchavi →

pts

adjective at Pv.ii.1#13 is faulty reading for sampatitacchavi (variant reading).

appaṭivāṇitā →

pts

not being hindered, non-obstruction, free effort; only in phrase “asantuṭṭhitā ca kusalesu dhammesu appaṭivāṇitā ca padhānasmiṃ” (discontent with good states and the not shrinking back in the strug …

appaṭivāṇī →

pts

non-hindrance, non-restriction, free action impulsive effort; only in stock phrase chando vāyāmo ussāho ussoḷhī appaṭivāṇī SN.ii.132; SN.v.440; AN.ii.93 AN.ii.195; AN.iii.307 sq.; AN.iv.320; Nd …

appesakkha →

pts

…sākhya), the latter an imitation of it“ Thus the etym. would be “having little association or friendship” and resemble the term…

apphoṭeti →

pts

to snap the fingers or clap the hands (as sign of pleasure) Mil.13, Mil.20. pp. apphoṭita.

ā + phoṭeti, sphuṭ.

apphoṭita →

pts

having snapped one’s fingers or clapped one’s hands Ja.ii.311 (˚kāle).

pp. of apphoṭeti

apphuta →

pts

…DN.i.74 = MN.i.276 (pītisukhena).

Sk. *ā-sphṛta for a-sphārita pp. of sphar, cp. phurati; phuṭa & also phusati

apphuṭa →

pts

…DN.i.74 = MN.i.276 (pītisukhena).

Sk. *ā-sphṛta for a-sphārita pp. of sphar, cp. phurati; phuṭa & also phusati

appita →

pts

…Ja.v.36 & Vism.303.; Appiya & Appiyata

pp. of appeti, cp. BSk. arpita, e.g. prītyarpitaṃ cakṣuḥ Jtm.31#69

appāṇaka →

pts

…in a form of ecstatic meditation (jhāna) MN.i.243; Ja.i.67 [cp. BSk. āsphānaka Lal.314, Lal.324; Mvu.ii.124; should the Pāli form be taken…

apāya →

pts

…or as a ghost, or as a Titan (Asura). Analogous expressions are vinipāta & duggati. All combined at DN.i.82; DN.iii.111; AN.i.55; Iti.12,…

apāṭubha →

pts

…dhanuppāda-virahita, in which latter virahita does not fit in; the pass. seems corrupt).

a + pātu + bha (?), at the only passage…

araha →

pts

…Ja.iii.83, etc. (see mahant). 2. fit for, apt for, suitable Pv-a.26 (paribhoga fit for eating).

Vedic arha of arh

arahant →

pts

…3. arahaṃ khīṇāsavo vusitavā katakaraṇīyo ohitabhāro anupatta-sadattho parikkhīṇa-bhava-saññojano sammad-aññā vimutto:…

arati →

pts

…discontent, aversion Snp.270, Snp.436, Snp.642, Snp.938; Dhp.418 (= ukkaṇṭhitattaṃ Dhp-a.iv.225) Thig.339 (= ukkaṇṭhi…

arañña →

pts

…in the forest, a hermitage Ja.i.90.

  • -vihāra living in (the loneliness (of the forest) AN.iii.343 sq.

Vedic…

araṇi →

pts

…drill sticks Mil.53; -sahita (nt.) same Vin.ii.217; Ja.i.212 (ī); Ja.v.46 (ī); Dhp-a.ii.246; -mathana rubbing of firewood Ja.vi.209
■…

araṇī →

pts

…drill sticks Mil.53; -sahita (nt.) same Vin.ii.217; Ja.i.212 (ī); Ja.v.46 (ī); Dhp-a.ii.246; -mathana rubbing of firewood Ja.vi.209
■…

aruṇa →

pts

…white, also Sk ravi sun; an enlarged from of Idg *reu as in Sk. rudhira, rohita red (bloody; see etym under rohita), Gr. ἐρυδρός, Lat….

asabbha FIXME double →

pts

…Ja.vi.387 (= asabbhijātika), Ja.vi.414 (= apaṇḍita-jātika). Cp. prec.

asabbhin →

pts

…Ja.vi.387 (= asabbhijātika), Ja.vi.414 (= apaṇḍita-jātika). Cp. prec.

asagguṇa →

pts

bad quality, vice Sdhp.382 (˚bhāvin, the a˚ belongs to the whole cpd.). Asankita & iya;

a + sagguṇa

asajjittho →

pts

2nd sg. pret. med. of sajjati to stick or cling to, to hesitate Ja.i.376. See sajjati.

asakyadhītā →

pts

not a true Buddhist nun Vin.iv.214.

a + sakyadhītā

asambādha →

pts

adjective unobstructed Snp.150 (= sambādha-virahita Kp-a.248); Ja.i.80; Thag-a.293.

a + sambādha

asamāhita →

pts

adjective not composed, uncontrolled, not firm Iti.113 (opp. susamāhita); Dhp.110, Dhp.111; Pp.35.

a + samāhita

asandhitā →

pts

absence of joints, disconnected state Ja.vi.16.

a + sandhi + tā

asantuṭṭhitā →

pts

dissatisfaction, discontentment DN.iii.214 (so read for tutth˚ = AN.i.95.

abstr. fr. asantuṭṭhita = asantuṭṭha

asati →

pts

…pp. asita (q.v.). See also the spurious forms asmiye & añhati; (añhamāna Snp.240), also āsita1.

Sk….

asaṃṭhita →

pts

adjective not composed, unsettled, fickle Iti.62, Iti.94.

a + saṇṭhita

asaṅgita →

pts

adjective not sticking or stuck, unimpeded, free, quick Ja.v.409.

fr. asanga, a + sangita, or should we read asangika?

asaṅkita →

pts

…& ˚iya

adjective not hesitating, not afraid, not anxious, firm, bold Ja.i.334 (˚iya), Ja.v.241; Sdhp.435, Sdhp.541.

a + sankita, pp. of…

asaṅkiya →

pts

…& ˚iya

adjective not hesitating, not afraid, not anxious, firm, bold Ja.i.334 (˚iya), Ja.v.241; Sdhp.435, Sdhp.541.

a + sankita, pp. of…

asesita →

pts

adjective leaving nothing over, having nothing left, entire, whole all Ja.iii.153.

pp. of a + Caus. of śiṣ, see seseti & sissati

asita →

pts

…pp. of *śri, Sk. aśrita

Asita3

adjective black-blue, black MN.ii.180 (˚vyābhangī); AN.iii.5 (id.); Thig.480 (= indanīla…

assama →

pts

hermitage (of a brahmin ascetic esp. a jaṭila) Vin.i.24 = Vin.iv.108; Vin.i.26, Vin.i.246; Vin.iii.147; Snp.979; Snp.p.104, Snp.p.111; Ja.i.315…

assita →

pts

…(janaṃ ev’ assito jano); Sdhp.401.

Sk. aśrita, ā + pp. of śri

assāvin →

pts

…Snp.853 (sātiyesu a. sāta-vatthusa kāmaguṇesu taṇhā-santhava-virahita Snp-a.549) See also āsava.

ā + sru

asubha →

pts

…on term and the Asubha-meditation, as well as on the 10 asubhas or offensive objects Dhs. trsl. 70 and Cpd. 121 n. 6
■ SN.iv.111…

asucīka →

pts

impurity, unclean living, defilement Snp.243 (˚missita = asucibhāva-missita Snp-a.286.

abstr. fr. asuci

asura →

pts

…a Titan pl. asurā the Titans, a class of mythological beings. Dhpāla at Pv-a.272 & the C. on Ja.v.186 define them as kāḷakañjaka-bhedā…

ati-eti →

pts

Ati-eti

to go past or beyond, see ger. aticca and pp. atīta.

ati + i

ati →

pts

…(ati ahitaṃ C. = accāhitaṃ T.).

II. as prefix, meaning.

  1. on to, up to, towards until; as far as: accanta up to the end;…

atibhārita →

pts

adjective too heavily weighed, overloaded Vin.iv.47.

ati + bhārita

aticaritar →

pts

one who transgresses, esp. a woman who commits adultery AN.ii.61 (all MSS. read aticaritvā); AN.iv.66 (T. aticarittā).

n. ag. of. aticarati

atigāḷeti →

pts

…vināseti C. p. 215). Perhaps reading should be atigāḷheti (see atigāḷhita.

ati + gāḷeti, Caus. of…

atigāḷha →

pts

adjective very tight or close, intensive Ja.i.62. Cp. atigāḷhita.

ati + gāḷha 1

atigāḷhita →

pts

…to…

atiharati →

pts

…Vin.ii.181; Vin.iii.18; Mil.66; Dhp-a.iv.77. See also atihita.

ati + hṛ.

atihita →

pts

…harvested, borne home Thag.381 (vīhi).

ati + hṛ; pp. of atiharati, hita unusual for hata, perhaps through analogy with Sk. abhi + dhā

atipaṇḍita →

pts

(adj. too clever Dhp-a.iv.38.

ati + paṇḍita

atipaṇḍitatā →

pts

too much cleverness Dhp-a.ii.29.

abstr. of atipaṇḍita

atipīḷita →

pts

pressed against, oppressed, harassed, vexed Ja.v.401 (= atigāḷhita).

ati + pīḷita, cp. Sk. abhipīḍita

atipīṇita →

pts

adjective too much beloved, too dear, too lovely Dhp-a.v.70.

ati + pīṇita

atisīta →

pts

adjective too cold Dhp-a.ii.85.

ati + sīta

atisītala →

pts

adjective very cold Ja.iii.55.

ati + sītala

atitarati →

pts

to pass over, cross, go beyond aor. accatari SN.iv.157 = Iti.57 (˚āri).

ati + tarati

atitāta →

pts

adjective well-born, well behaved, gentlemanly Iti.14 (opp avajāta).

ati + jāta, perhaps ati in sense of abhi, cp. abhijāta

attamana →

pts

…= Dhp.328 (= upaṭṭhita-satt Dhp-a.iv.29); Snp.995; Cnd.24 (= tuṭṭha-mano haṭṭha-mano etc.) Vv.1#4; Pp.33 (an˚); Mil.18;…

attan →

pts

…cp. Dpvs.ii.11.

  • -hita personal welfare one’s own good (opp. para˚) DN.iii.233; AN.ii.95 sq.
  • -hetu

attha →

pts

…exegesis Pv-a.1

  • -saṁhita connected with good, bringing good, profitable, useful, salutary DN.i.189 SN.ii.223 SN.iv.330 SN.v.417…

atthika →

pts

…or aṭṭhita; in all cases atthika should be preferred DN.i.55 (˚vāda); MN.ii.212 (aṭṭhita);…

atthitā →

pts

…Ja.v.110 (kassaci atthitaṃ vā natthitaṃ vā jānāhi see if there is anybody or not); Dhs-a.394
■ Often in abl. atthitāya by…

atīta →

pts

…state of mind arising out of the past Dhs.1041.

Sk. atīta, ati + ita, pp. of i. Cp. accaya & ati eti

ava →

pts

…avakata, ˚karoti, ˚khalita, ˚anga ottappa, avattha, ˚nīta, ˚dāna, ˚pivati, ˚rundhati, ˚lekhati ˚vadati, ˚varaka, ˚sakkati,…

avabhāsita →

pts

(-˚) shining with, resplendent Sdhp.590.

late form of obhāsita

avadāniya →

pts

adjective stingy, niggardly Snp.774 (= Mnd.36 which explains as follows: avaṃ gacchanti ti pi avadāniyā; maccharino pi vuccanti avadāniyā; buddhānaṃ vacanaṃ n’âdiyantī ti avadāniyā. Snp-a.516 condens …

avajaya →

pts

defeat Dhp-a.ii.228 (variant reading for T. ajaya).

ava + jaya, cp. apajita

avajja →

pts

…see Cnd.39), Snp.263 (= anindita agarahita Kp-a.140): Pts.ii.116, Pts.ii.170; Pp.30, Pp.41, Pp.58; Sdhp.436. Opp….

avajānāti →

pts

…Pv-a.175 (grd ˚jānitabba)-Of short stem-form ñā are found the foll grd. avaññeyya Pv-a.175, and with o˚: grd. oñātabba…

avajīyati →

pts

…to be lost, be undone Ja.i.313 (jitaṃ a; variant reading avajījy˚); Dhp.179 (jitaṃ a = dujjitaṃ hoti Dhp-a.iii.197).

ava + jīyati; Sk….

avakantati →

pts

…off, cut out, cut away carve-(ava:) Ja.iv.155
pp avakanta & avakantita.

cp. Sk. avakṛntati, ava + kantati, cp. also apakantati

avakantita →

pts

cut out Pv-a.213. Avakappana & okappana

pp. of avakantati

avakaḍḍhati →

pts

…down = sokena avakaḍḍhīyati C; variant reading avakassati)
pp avakaḍḍhita.

ava + kaḍḍhati, cp….

avakaḍḍhita →

pts

pulled down, dragged away Dhp-a.iii.195.

pp. of avakaḍḍhati

avakkhalita →

pts

washed off, taken away from, detracted DN-a.i.66 (variant reading apa˚).

pp. of avakkhaleti, Caus. of kṣal

avakkhitta →

pts

…(ava:) MN.i.296 (ujjhita +); DN-a.i.281 (an˚), DN-a.i.289 (pinḍa); Pv-a.174 (piṇḍa). 2. [= Sk. utkṣipta?] thrown off, gained,…

avalepana →

pts

(-˚) neuter smearing, daubing, plastering MN.i.385 (pīta˚); Snp.194 (kāyo taca-maṃs’ âvalepano the body plastered with skin & flesh).

fr. ava + lip

avamaññati →

pts

to slight, to disregard, despise Dhp-a.i.170; Pv-a.37, Pv-a.175; Sdhp.271
pp Caus avamānita.

Sk. avamanyate

avamāneti →

pts

to despise Ja.v.246. - pp. avamānita Pv-a.36.

Caus. of avamaññati

avasesa →

pts

…AN.i.88; Pv.iii.5#5 (jīvita˚ having still a little life left).

Sk. avaśeṣa, fr. ava + śiṣ, cp….

avasissati →

pts

…upasussatu maṃsa-lohitaṃ* MN.i.481; AN.i.50; SN.ii.28, and sarīrāni avasissanti SN.ii.83. With the latter phrases cp….

avasitta →

pts

…DN.i.69; DN.ii.227; DN.iii.64; Pp.56; DN-a.i.182 (T. muddhâvassita variant reading ˚abhisitta); etc
■ See also…

avassa →

pts

…against one’s will, inevitable Ja.i.19 (˚bhāvin); Ja.v.319 (˚gāmitā). Usually as nt. -ṃ adv inevitably (cp. BSk. avaśyaṃ Divy.347;…

avassakaṃ →

pts

adverb inevitably Dpvs.ix.13.

see avassa

avasseti →

pts

…depend on, find shelter in (loc.) Ja.ii.80 (aor. avassayiṃ = vāsaṃ kappesiṃ C.). pp. avassita.

ava + ā + śri,…

avassita →

pts

depending on, dealing with Ja.v.375. See apassita.

for apassita, Sk. apaśrita

avassuta →

pts

avassita).

■ Neg. anavassuta: 1 not leaking, without a leak Ja.iv.20 (nāvā = udaka-pavesan’ âbhāvena a. C.). 2…

avasussati →

pts

…sarīre maṃsalohitaṃ Ja.i.71, Ja.i.110; Sdhp.46. It is a later spelling for the older avasissatu see Trenckner (MN.i.569)
fut…

avatata →

pts

Avatata & otata

stretched over, covered, spread over with Vv.64#3 (-˚); Vv-a.276 (chādita).

ava + tata, pp. of tan

avatiṭṭhati →

pts

…Thag.1, Thag.21; Ja.ii.62; Ja.iv.208 (aor. avaṭṭhāsi). pp. avaṭṭhita (q.v.). Avatinna & otinna;

ava +…

avattha →

pts

…uncertain

Avattha2

thrown away Ja.v.302 (= chaḍḍita C.).

Sk. apāsta, apa + āsta, pp. of as2

avañña →

pts

adjective despised, despicable Pv.iii.1#13 (= avaññeyya avajānitabba Pv-a.175).

to avaññā

avaṭṭhita →

pts

…(= na sassata not lasting for ever).

Sk. avasthita, ava + thita

avaṭṭhitatā →

pts

steadiness, only as neg. an˚; unsteadiness, fickleness Thag-a.259.

abstr. fr. prec.

avera →

pts

…friendly Snp.150 (= veravirahita Kp-a.248); Sdhp.338
■ ˚ṃ (nt.) friendliness kindness DN.i.247 (˚citta); Dhp.5 (= khantimetta…

avhāta →

pts

called, summoned Ja.iii.165 = (an˚ = anāhuta ayāctia) = Pv.i.12#3, cp. Pv-a.64. The id p. at Thig.129 reads ayācita.

pp. of avhayati

avihesa →

pts

…Snp.292 (= sakaruṇabhāva Snp-a.318); Iti.82 (˚vitakka).

a + vihiṃsā

avihiṃsa →

pts

…Snp.292 (= sakaruṇabhāva Snp-a.318); Iti.82 (˚vitakka).

a + vihiṃsā

avikampamāna →

pts

adjective not hesitating, not wavering, not doubting Ja.iv.310 (= anosakkamāna C.; Kern takes it at this passage as a + vikalpamāna, see

avikopin →

pts

adjective not agitated, not moving, unshaken, undisturbed Ja.vi.226 (acchejja +).

a + vikopin; fr. vi + kup

avitakka →

pts

…of conception“ trsl.), Dhs.504 etc.

a + vitakka

avosita →

pts

only in neg. an˚; unfulfilled, undone Thag.101.

reading uncertain, cp. avyosita

avyosita →

pts

adjective not having reached perfection, imperfect Thag.784 (aby˚).

a + vyosita, Sk. vyavasita

avyāseka →

pts

adjective untouched, unimpaired DN.i.182 (˚sukha = kilesa vyāseka-virahitattā avyāseka DN-a.i.183); Pp.59.

a + vy + āseka

avāvaṭa →

pts

adjective unobstructed, unhindered, free. Of a woman, not married Ja.v.213 (= apetâvaraṇā, which read for ˚bharaṇā, apariggahitā C.).

a + vāvaṭa

aya FIXME double →

pts

…Pv.i.10#13 (paṭikujjita, of Niraya)
■ Iron is the material used κα ̓τἐςοξήν in the outfit & construction of Purgatory or…

ayaṃ →

pts

…iha), f. *ī. Cp. Gr. ἰν, μιν; Lat. is (f. ea, nt. id); Goth is, nt. ita; Ohg. er (= he), nt. ez (= it); Lith. jìs (he) f. jì (she).

ayo →

pts

…Pv.i.10#13 (paṭikujjita, of Niraya)
■ Iron is the material used κα ̓τἐςοξήν in the outfit & construction of Purgatory or…

ayyaka →

pts

grandfather, (so also BSk., e.g. Mvu.ii.426; Mvu.iii.264) Ja.iii.155; Ja.iv.146; Ja.vi.196; Pv.i.84; Mil.284. ayyaka-payyakā grandfather & great grandfather; forefathers, ancestors Ja.i.2; Pv-a.107 …

añjati →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.21. pp. añjita (q.v.).

= Sk. añjayati, Caus. of anakti to smear etc.; cp. Sk. añji ointment, ājya butter;…

añjita →

pts

smeared, anointed Ja.i.77 (su-añjitāni akkhīni); Ja.iv.421 (añjit’akkha).

Sk. ankta & añjayita, pp. of añjeti

añña →

pts

…SN.iii.42 = SN.v.154.

  • -sita dependent or relying on others Snp.825.

Vedic anya, with compar. suff. ya; Goth. anpar; Ohg….

aññatra →

pts

…due to; but for DN.i.90 (vusitavā-mānī k. a. avusitattā); SN.i.29 (k. k. a adassanā except from blindness); Snp.206 (id.).

anya + tra, see…

aḍḍha →

pts

…Mhvs.12, Mhvs.53

  • -ocitaka half plucked off Ja.i.120.
  • -karīsa (-matta) half a k. in extent Vv-a.64 (cp….

aṃsa →

pts

…with wide or protruding capitals (of its pillars) Vv.84#15; as part of a carriage-pole Vv.64#2 (= kubbara-phale patiṭṭhitā…

aṅga →

pts

…of good conduct, paṇḍita clever DN.i.119.DN.i.120

  • Eight qualities of a king DN.i.137
  • Ten qualities of an Arahant (cp….

aṅketi →

pts

to mark out, brand Ja.i.451 (lakkhaṇena); Ja.ii.399
pp aṅkita, q.v.

Denom. fr. anka1

aṅkita →

pts

marked, branded Ja.i.231 (cakkankitā satthu padā); Ja.ii.185 (-kaṇṇaka with perforated ears).

pp. of anketi

aṭavī →

pts

…Pv-a.277. 2. inhabitant of the forest, man of the woods, wild tribe Ja.vi.55 (= aṭavicorā C.).

  • -rakkhika guardian of the forest…

aṭṭa →

pts

…Thag-a.270), 441 (= pīḷita Thag-a.271); Ja.iv.293 (= ātura C.); Vv.80#9 (attita upadduta Vv-a.311). Often-˚: iṇaṭṭa oppressed by…

aṭṭha →

pts

…atha saṭṭhi-tasitā vitakkā); Ja.i.64 (turiya-satasahassāni)
■ 98 aṭṭhanavuti (cp. 98 the age of Eli, 1 Sam. iv.15);…

aṭṭhi →

pts

…find out the essence or profitableness or value of anything to recognise the nature of, to realise, understand, know. Nearly always in stock phrase…

aṭṭhika →

pts

…Pv-a.180 (sūcik˚) to be read aṭṭita (q.v.) for aṭṭika.

aṭṭhita →

pts

…at, looked after, considered Ja.ii.247 (= adhiṭṭhita C.).

ā + ṭhita

Aṭṭhita3

see atthika.

aṭṭita →

pts

addita, e.g. Pv.ii.6#2; Thig.77, Thig.89; Thag.406) pained, distressed, grieved, terrified Thag.157; Ja.ii.436; Ja.iv.85…

aṭṭiyati FIXME double →

pts

…Pts.i.159. Spelling sometimes addiyāmi, e.g. Thig.140
pp aṭṭita & addita.

Denom. fr. aṭṭa3, q.v.

aṭṭiyati →

pts

…Pts.i.159. Spelling sometimes addiyāmi, e.g. Thig.140
pp aṭṭita & addita.

Denom. fr. aṭṭa3, q.v.

babbhara →

pts

imitation of a confused rumbling noise MN.i.128
■ Cp. also P. mammana and sarasara.

onomat., cp. Sk. balbalā-karoti to…

bahala →

pts

…tanuka) Kp-a.62 (˚kuthita-lākhā thickly boiled, where in id. p Vism.261 has accha-lākhā, i.e. clear); Dhp-a.iv.68; Vv-a.162 (=…

bahu →

pts

…sativepulle jāgariye ṭhita Dhp-a.i.262); Snp.972 (cp. Mnd.501). -jāta growing much, abundant Ja.vi.536….

bahulī →

pts

…usually combined with bhāvita SN.ii.264; SN.iv.200, SN.iv.322; SN.v.259; AN.i.6; Vism.267 (= punappunaṃ kata); -katatta (nt.) practice…

bala →

pts

…feet, i.e. spreading feet (perhaps for balāka˚?) Ja.vi.548 (C. explains by pattharita-pāda read patthārita˚).

cp. *Sk. bala: Halāyudha 5,…

balavatā →

pts

strength, force (see [in military sense](/define/in military sense)) Ja.ii.369 (ārakkhassa b.); Mil.101 (kusalassa & akusalassa kammassa…

bali →

pts

…devatā Divy.1.

bandhumant →

pts

…Name of a town DN.ii.12 (capital of king Bandhumā); Snp-a.190 = Ja.iv.388 (where the latter has Vettavatī), and a river Snp-a.190; Ja.iv.388 (:…

bhacca →

pts

…dependant) Ja.iv.301 (C. bharitabba). As Kern.

Toevoegselen

s. v. bhacca points out this gāthā “bhaccā mātā pitā bandhū, yena jāto…

bhadantika →

pts

…lit. “one belonging to the (greeting) ʻcome hail to thee,’ i.e. one who accepts an invitation DN.iii.40, MN.ii.161; AN.i.295; AN.ii.206;…

bhadda →

pts

…viz. kāyasucarita etc. Dhp-a.iii.14); Pv-a.116 (= iṭṭhaṃ). Also as form of address “hail to thee,” bhaddaṃ vo…

bhaddaka →

pts

…(= sambhāvita C.). 3. (m nt.) a good thing, lucky or auspicious possession, a valuable. applied to the 8 requisites…

bhajati →

pts

bhajitabba Cnd. s.v. kāmaguṇā B (sevitabba bh., bhāvetabba).

bhaj to divide, partake etc.: see Caus….

bhakkha →

pts

…(kodha˚); Pv.i.9#1 (lohita-pubba˚); Pp.55 (tiṇa˚) Sdhp.388 (tiṇa˚). 2. eatable, to be eaten; nt. -ṃ food, prey, in cpd….

bhakkhati →

pts

…upon Pv.ii.2#5 (pubba-lohitaṃ); Dhp-a.ii.57 (vātaṃ).
inf bhakkhituṃ Ja.ii.14
caus bhakkheti in same meaning…

bhamu →

pts

eyebrow Ja.vi.476 (ṭhita˚), Ja.vi.482 (nīla˚).

secondary formation after bhamuka

bhanta →

pts

…Dhp.222 (ratha = ativegena dhāvanta Dhp-a.iii.301); (yāna = adanta akārita aviṇīta Mnd.145) Dhs-a.260 (˚yāna). Cp. vi˚.

pp. of bham

bhara-bhara →

pts

Bhara-bhara

a word imitating a confused sound MN.i.128; otherwise contracted to babbhara (q.v.).

bharati →

pts

…See also bhaṭa, bhara, bharita, and Der. fr. bhār˚. A curious Passive form is anu-bhīramāna (ppr.) MN.iii.123 (chatta: a parasol being…

bharita →

pts

adjective filled with (-˚) Ja.i.2 (suvaṇṇa-rajata˚ gabbha); Ja.iv.489 (udaka˚); Ja.v.275 (kimi˚); Snp-a.494 (vāta˚); Thag-a.283 (kuṇapa˚).

lit. made to bear, i.e. heavy with etc. Cp. formations b …

bharu →

pts

…Der Bhārukacchaka an inhabitant of Bharukaccha Dhs-a.305 (so read at Expos. ii.401).

a dial. (inscription) word, cp. Kern,

Toevoegselen

bhasati →

pts

…bhasi; so read for T. bhusi)
pp bhasitaṃ (as n.) bark ibid. (mahā-bhasitaṃ bhasi, read for bhusita) See also bhusati.

cp. Epic Sk….

bhasita →

pts

  1. see bhasati.
  2. pp. of bhas “crumbled to ashes” see bhasma.

bhasma →

pts

…by bhasmīkaraṇa “reduce to ashes,” a pp. of it is bhasita; it also occurs in Sk. loc. bhasi

bhasman →

pts

…by bhasmīkaraṇa “reduce to ashes,” a pp. of it is bhasita; it also occurs in Sk. loc. bhasi

bhastā →

pts

…Snp-a.171 (vāta-pūrita-bhastrā viya), Snp-a.494 (vātabharita˚); Dhp-a.i.442 (bhastaṃ dhamāpeti); Vism.287 2. a sack Thag.1151;…

bhata →

pts

…s. v. in meaning “full” with wrong ref Ja.vi.14. Cp. bharita.

cp. Epic Sk. bhṛta

bhava →

pts

…one to six at Mnd.30. -ssita at Ja.v.371 read with variant reading as ghaṭa-ssita.

cp. Sk. bhava, as philosophical term late, but as Name…

bhavati →

pts

…Snp.281
grd bhavitabba Ja.i.440; Ja.vi.368 hotabba Vin.i.46; bhabba (Sk….

bhañjati →

pts

…Vin.i.74 (phāsukā bhañjitabbā ribs to be broken); Dhp.337 (mā bhañji = mā bhañjatu C.). Pv.ii.9#3 (sākhaṃ bhañjeyya = chindeyya…

bhaṇḍa →

pts

…Cnd.38; Ja.iii.353 (yācita˚ object asked = yāca); Thag-a.288 (id.); Vism.22
■ bhaṇḍaṃ kiṇāti to buy…

bhaṭṭha →

pts

…(by C. explained as kathita, thus same as bhattha2) variant reading bhatta. Cp. Sk. bhāṭa & BSk. bhāṭaka…

bhijjati →

pts

…DN-a.i.266; grd. bhijjitabba Ja.iii.56; on grd. ˚bhijja see pabhindati; grd. bhejja in…

bhikkhu →

pts

…Vin.iii.40 (vuḍḍhapabbajita); AN.i.78 (thera bh., an elder bh.; and nava bh. a young bh.); AN.iii.299 (id.); AN.iv.25 (id.); Snp.276,…

bhikkhā →

pts

…(adj.); Vism.415 (˚pīḷita), Vism.512 (f. in simile); Kp-a.218; Dhp-a.i.169 Dhp-a.ii.153 (f.); Dhp-a.iii.437 (˚bhaya).

*…

bhindati →

pts

… ■ See also bhindana.

bhid, Sk. bhinatti; cp. Lat. findo to split, Goth. beitan = Ger. beissen. Def. at Dhtp.381, Dhtp.405 by…

bhojana →

pts

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

bhojaneyya →

pts

…of bhuj, Caus. bhojeti. Cp. bhuñjitabba

bhojaniya →

pts

…of bhuj, Caus. bhojeti. Cp. bhuñjitabba

bhojanīya →

pts

…of bhuj, Caus. bhojeti. Cp. bhuñjitabba

bhusati →

pts

…& bhukka;*
pp bhusita.

perhaps a legitimate form for Sk. bhaṣate (see P. bhasati), with u for a, so that the…

bhusita →

pts

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

pp. of bhusati

bhussati →

pts

…& bhukka;*
pp bhusita.

perhaps a legitimate form for Sk. bhaṣate (see P. bhasati), with u for a, so that the…

bhuttāvin →

pts

…Pv-a.23 (+ pavārita); Snp-a.58; instr. bhuttāvinā Vin.iv.82; gen. dat. bhuttavissa DN.ii.195. acc. bhuttāviṃ Vin.i.213;…

bhuñjati →

pts

…Mhvs.5, Mhvs.127.
inf bhottuñ: see ava˚.
pp bhutta
caus…

bhāga →

pts

…or more). bhāgaso mita (of cities or dwelling-places etc. evenly planned, well laid out, i.e. in squares Snp.300, Snp.305 (nivesanāni…

bhājeti →

pts

…Dhs-a.4 (fut. bhājessati) grd. bhājetabba Vin.i.285
pp bhājita.

Caus. of bhajati, but…

bhājita →

pts

divided, distributed; nt. that which has been dealt out or allotted, in cpd. bhājit-ābhājita AN.iii.275.

pp. of bhājeti

bhākuṭika →

pts

…as “padhāna-parimathitabhāva-dassanena bhākuṭi [read bhakuṭi]-karaṇaṃ mukha-saṅkoco ti vuttaṃ hoti.” It occurs in…

bhāra →

pts

…Snp.914 (explained as patita-bhāra, oropita˚, nikkhitta˚ Mnd.334 where 3 bhāras in this sense are distinguished, viz khandha˚, kilesa˚,…

bhāsati →

pts

…Snp.543
grd bhāsitabba AN.iv.115; Vism.127
■ Med. ind. pres 2nd sg. bhāsase Vv.34#2; imper….

bhāsin →

pts

adjective (-˚) speaking AN.i.102 (dubbhāsita-bhāsin).

cp. Epic Sk. bhāṣin

bhāsita →

pts

…AN.ii.51 (su˚; read bhāsita for bāsita), AN.vi.226; Snp.252, Snp.451, Snp.657; Ja.iv.247, Ja.iv.281 (su˚, well spoken or good words);…

bhāsitar →

pts

one who speaks, utters; a speaker SN.i.156; Pp.56; Snp-a.549.

n. ag. fr. bhāṣ

bhāva →

pts

…that he was bound; suhita˚; that they were well Ja.iv.279. The translation can give either a full sentence with “that it was” etc….

bhāvanā →

pts

…application to meditation Vb.244, Vb.249

  • -ārāma joy of or pleasure in self culture AN.ii.28. *…

bhāvanīya →

pts

…state (cp. bhāvitatta) MN.i.33 (garu + ; explained by Bdhgh as “addhā ’yam āyasmā jānaṃ jānāti passaṃ passatī ti…

bhāveti →

pts

…grd. in sequence “sevitabba, bhajitabba, bhāvetabba, bahulī-kātabba”) Pp.15, Dhp-a.iii.171; Sdhp.48, Sdhp.495
pass ppr….

bhāvin →

pts

…sure to come to pass, inevitable Ja.i.19
■ f. bhāvinī future Vv-a.314 (or is it bhāvanīya? cp. variant reading S bhāvaniyā).

fr….

bhāvita →

pts

…by means of thought, cultured, well-balanced AN.v.299 (cittaṃ parittaṃ abhāvitaṃ; opp. cittaṃ appamāṇaṃ subhāvitaṃ);…

bhāvitatta →

pts

…SN.iii.153 SN.iii.475; Pv.ii.9#66.

abstr. fr. bhāvita = *bhāvitattvaṃ

bhāyati →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.253
grd bhāyitabba Nd ii.s.v. kāmaguṇā B; Dhp-a.iii.23.
Caus. i. bhāyayate to frighten Ja.iii.99…

bhāyitabbaka →

pts

adjective to be feared, dreadful, fearful, Sdhp.95.

grd. of bhāyati + ka

bhāṇa →

pts

…into such for purposes of recitation, “a recital” Vin.i.14; Vin.ii.247 DN-a.13; MN-a.2 (concerning the Bh. of Majjhima Nikāya) Snp-a.2 (of…

bhāṇin →

pts

adjective (-˚) speaking, reciting Snp.850 (manta˚; a reciter of the Mantras, one who knows the M. and speaks accordingly, i.e. speaking wisely, explained by Snp-a.549 as “mantāya pariggahetvā vāca …

bhīta →

pts

…(niraya-bhaya˚); Ja.ii.110 (maraṇa-bhaya˚), Ja.ii.129, Ja.iv.141 (+ tasita); Pv-a.154, Pv-a.280 (+ tasita). Cp. sam˚.

pp. of bhāyati

bhūnaha →

pts

…bh.“). Cp. MN.i.502 (“puritanical” suggested by Lord Chalmers).

difficult to expln; is it an old misspelling for bhūta + gha?…

bhūsana →

pts

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

fr. bhūṣ

bhūseti →

pts

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

Caus. of…

bhūta →

pts

…Nature as principle or the vital aggregates (the 5 Khandhas), with ref. MN.i.260; 2. ghosts (amanussā) Snp.222; 3. inanimate Nature as principle,…

bila →

pts

…to take it (migehi khādita-maṃsato atirittaṃ koṭṭhāsaṃ).

  • -kata cut into pieces, made into bits Ja.v.266…

bindu →

pts

…avisaṭena piṇḍitena sarena samannāgata C.); Ja.v.204, Ja.v.299 (= sampiṇḍita-ghana-ssara), Ja.vi.518 = Ja.vi.581 (=…

bodhi →

pts

…supatiṭṭhitacittā satta-bojjhange yathābhūtaṃ bhāvetvā anuttaraṃ sammā-sambodhiṃ abhisambujjhiṃsu“ SN.v.160….

bojjhaṅga →

pts

factor or constituent of knowledge or wisdom. There are 7 bojjhangas usually referred to or understood from the context. There are enumerated at several places, e.g. at DN.iii.106, where they are ment …

brahant →

pts

…(a thinker enjoying his meditations in) immense happiness Mil.226 (in characterisation of the term “brāhmaṇa”). Brahma & Brahma

cp. Vedic…

brahma →

pts

…cit.) Kv.207 (read ˚purohita for ˚parohita!). -pphoṭana [a-pphoṭana; ā + ph.] a Brahmaapplause divine or greatest applause…

brahmacariya →

pts

…life AN.i.115 (cp. ˚ṃ vusitaṃ in formula under Arahant II. A); ˚assa kevalin wholly given up to a good life AN.i.162;…

brahmā →

pts

…cit.) Kv.207 (read ˚purohita for ˚parohita!). -pphoṭana [a-pphoṭana; ā + ph.] a Brahmaapplause divine or greatest applause…

brāhmaṇa →

pts

…bāhesuṃ DN.iii.94; bāhita-pāpattā br. Dhp-a.iii.84 ariyā bāhita-pāpattā br. DN-a.i.244
■ pl. brāhmaṇāse Snp.1079 sq
■…

brūhetar →

pts

…suññāgārānaṃ* frequenter of solitary places; given up to solitary meditation MN.i.33, MN.i.213.

n. ag. of brūheti

bubhukkhita →

pts

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

pp. of bubhukkhati, Desid. of bhuñjati

buddha →

pts

…Sangha˚). -rakkhita saved by the B (Np.) Snp-a.534 (+ Dhamma˚). -rasmi (pl. ˚iyo) rays…

buddhi →

pts

…vuddhi for b˚.

  • -carita one whose behaviour or character is wisdom Vism.104 (= paññavā). *…

buddhimant →

pts

…Vin.ii.195; Ja.v.257; Mil.21, Mil.294; Pv-a.131 (paṇḍita, b., sappañña-jātika).

fr. buddhi

bujjhitar →

pts

one who becomes enlightened or recognises Mnd.457 = Pts.i.174 = Vism.209 (bujjhitā saccāni, of the Buddha).

n. ag. of bujjhati

buḍḍha →

pts

…DN.ii.162; Ja.i.164 (˚pabbajita one who has become an ascetic in his old age). Compar. buḍḍhatara Dhp-a.ii.239…

byādheti →

pts

…Pass. byādhiyati Kv.ii.457 (aor. byādhiyiṃsu)
pp byādhita.

Caus. fr. byādhi

byādhita →

pts

afflicted with disease Thag.73; Mil.168.

pp. fr. byādheti

byāpāda →

pts

…Mnd.207, Mnd.386.

  • -vitakka a malevolent or angry thought MN.i.11; SN.i.203; SN.ii.151; SN.iii.93; SN.v.417; Mnd.501;…

bādhati →

pts

…pp. bādhita (q.v.). Cp. vi˚.

Vedic bādhate, bādh; Idg. *bheidh to force, cp. Goth. baidjan, Ohg….

bādhita →

pts

oppressed, pressed hard, harassed Dhp.342 (but taken by C. as “trapped, snared,” baddha Dhp-a.iv.49); Thag-a.65.

pp. of bādhati

bāheti →

pts

…reading K vāh˚)
pp bāhita (q.v.). See also nib˚, pari˚.

Caus. of bahati3 or Denom. fr….

bāhira →

pts

…(+ puthujjana-pakkhe ṭhita); Dhp-a.iii.378 (= mana i.e. Bhagavato sāsanato bahiddhā)
■ Cases as adv. bāhirato from outside,…

bāhitatta →

pts

keeping out, exclusion Cnd.464 (in expln of word brāhmaṇa).

abstr. fr. bāhita

bāhitikā →

pts

mantle, wrapper (lit. “that which keeps out,” i.e. the cold or wind) MN.ii.116, MN.ii.117.

fr. bāhita, pp. of bāheti1

bāhujañña →

pts

adjective belonging to the mass of people, property of many people or of the masses DN.ii.106, DN.ii.219; SN.ii.107 SN.v.262; Ja.i.29 (verse 212). Note. The expression occurs only in stock phrase id …

bāla →

pts

…(as contrasted with paṇḍita cp. the Bālapaṇḍita-sutta MN.iii.163 sq.; DN.ii.305 sq.; Vism.499 and contrasts at Snp.578; Dhp.63, Dhp.64;…

cakita →

pts

adjective disturbed; afraid, timid Dāvs iv.35, Dāvs iv.46.

Sk. cakita, cak

cakka →

pts

…kātabbaṃ*, or bandhitabbaṃ freq. in Yam. and Paṭṭh, “The cycle of formulated words is to be here repeated.” 2. (like the four…

cakkhu →

pts

…in phrase virajaṃ vitamalaṃ dh-cakkhuṃ uppajjati Vin.i.16; DN.i.86, DN.i.110; SN.ii.134 sq.; SN.iv.47 SN.iv.107; SN.v.467; AN.iv.186;…

calati →

pts

to move, stir, be agitated, tremble, be confused, waver SN.i.107; Snp.752; Ja.i.303 (kileso cali), Ja.iii.188 (macchā c.) Mil.260
ppr med….

calita →

pts

adjective wavering, unsteady Mil.93, Mil.251; Vism.113; Vv-a.177
■ (nt.) Snp.p.146.

pp. of calati

candana →

pts

…ratta˚ red s. Ja.iv.442 lohita˚ id. AN.v.22; Ja.i.37; hari˚ yellow s. Ja.i.146.

  • -ussada covered with sandal perfumes…

capala →

pts

…mouth (explained by paggharita-lāla “trickle-spit”).

Sk. capala cp. cāpa bow; from *qep to shake or quiver, see Walde Lat. Wtb.

cara →

pts

…antara˚ SN.iv.173; eka˚ solitary Snp.166; saddhiṃ˚ a companion Snp.45; anattha˚ Ja.v.433 jala˚ Dāvs iv.38. See also cāreti & gocara

carati →

pts

…Snp.414; or with caritaṃ: duccaritaṃ c. to lead a bad life Snp.665 (see carita). Also with acc. of similar…

carita →

pts

…Pv-a.71, Pv-a.120 duccarita AN.i.146; AN.ii.85, AN.ii.141; AN.iii.267, AN.iii.352; DN.iii.111 DN.iii.214; Dhp.169,…

caritaka →

pts

conduct (= carita2) Thag.36.

caritar →

pts

walking, performing (c. acc.) MN.i.77.

n. agent to cāreti, cp. carita

cariya →

pts

cariyā (f.) (mostly-˚) conduct, behaviour, state of, life of. Three cariyās at Pts.i.79; six at Vism.101; eight at Pts.ii.19 sq., Pts.ii.225 & four sets of eight in detail at Cnd.237b. Ver …

catta →

pts

given up. sacrificed AN.ii.41; AN.iii.50; Thag.209 (˚vaṇṇa who has lost fame); Ja.ii.336; Ja.iv.195 Ja.v.41 (˚jīvita).

pp. of cajati

catukka →

pts

…& the fivefold system of meditation Dhs-a.168; see compounds 2. a place where four roads meet Ja.vi.389; Mil.330 (see also below); esp. in phrase…

catur →

pts

…gabbhehi paṭimaṇḍitaṃ catussälaṃ kāretvā Vv-a.220; Dhp-a.iii.291; -’ha (catuha & catūha), 4 days catuhena within 4 days…

cavati →

pts

…cio, sollicitus, Gr. κίω, κινέω, Goth. haitan = Ohg heizan

caṇḍa →

pts

…DN.i.90 (= māṇa-nissita-kopa-yutta DN-a.i.256); SN.i.176; SN.ii.242; AN.ii.109 = Pp.47 (sakagava˚); Ja.i.450; Ja.ii.210, Ja.ii.349…

ce →

pts

conditional particle “if,” constructed either with Indicative (ito ce pi yojanasate viharati even if he lived 100 y. from here DN.i.117) or Conditional (tatra ce tumhe assatha kupitā DN.i.3), or Poten …

cela →

pts

cloth, esp. clothes worn, garment, dress AN.i.206; Pv.ii.12#7 (kañcanā˚ for kañcana˚); Pv.iii.9#3 (for veḷa); dhāti˚ baby’s napkin Ja.iii.539. In simile of one whose clothes are on fire (āditta˚ + ād …

cetanā →

pts

…cetanā sañcetanā sañcetayitatta (viz. state or behaviour of volition) Dhs.5; Vb.285
■ Cp. Dhs.58 (+ citta); Vb.401 (id.); Vb.40, Vb.403;…

cetasa →

pts

…samannāharitva ohitasoto (of one paying careful & proper attention) SN.i.112 sq. = 189, 220; AN.ii.116; AN.iii.163, AN.iii.402;…

cetasika →

pts

…co-efficients (cp. vitakka-vicāra sach compounds as phalâphala, bhavâbhava) DN.i.213; see also citta. Occurring in…

cetayita →

pts

intended AN.v.187; Mil.62.

pp. of ceteti, see cinteti

ceteti →

pts

…cintetabba)
pp cetayita (q.v.). Cp. also cetanā.

Note. The relation in the use of the two forms is that cet is…

cha →

pts

…Punabhasu, Paṇḍuka, Lohitaka, Mettiya, Bhummajaka Vin.ii.1, Vin.ii.77, and passim Ja.ii.387; Dhp-a.iii.330. -bassāni (= vassāni) six…

chambheti →

pts

…& chambhitatta, Cp. ūrukhambha (under khambha2).

cp. Sk. skabhnāti & stabhnāti; skambh, and P. khambha,…

chambhin →

pts

…undismayed SN.i.220; Snp.42; Ja.i.71
■ See chambheti & chambhita.

see chambheti

chambhita →

pts

Only in der. chambhitatta (nt.) the state of being stiff, paralysis, stupefaction consternation, always combined with other expressions of fear, viz….

chanda →

pts

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

channa →

pts

…suitable, proper Vin.ii.124 (+ paṭirūpa); Vin.iii.128; DN.i.91 (+ paṭirūpa); SN.i.9; MN.i.360; Ja.iii.315;…

chavi →

pts

…a skin disease, cutaneous irritation Vin.i.206;

chaḍḍeti →

pts

…Vism.182
pp chaḍḍita (q.v.)
■ See also kacavara˚

Vedic chardayati & chṛṇatti to vomit; cp. also…

chaḍḍita →

pts

thrown out. vomited; cast away, rejected, left behind SN.iii.143; Ja.i.91, Ja.i.478; Pv.ii.2#3 (= ucchiṭṭhaṃ vantan ti attho Pv-a.80); Vv-a.100; Pv-a.78, Pv-a.185.

pp. of chaddeti

chaḷ →

pts

…Punabhasu, Paṇḍuka, Lohitaka, Mettiya, Bhummajaka Vin.ii.1, Vin.ii.77, and passim Ja.ii.387; Dhp-a.iii.330. -bassāni (= vassāni) six…

cheda →

pts

…Ja.i.485; sīsa˚; decapitation Dhp-a.ii.204; Pv-a.5; aṇḍa˚; castration Ja.iv.364; - bhatta ˚ṃ karoti to put…

chindati →

pts

…Ja.iv.120
pp chijjita Ja.iii.389; see also chida, chidda, chinna. 2. chind: Act. pres….

chinna →

pts

…often in punishments of decapitation (sīsa˚) or mutilation (hatthapāda˚, etc.) e.g. Vin.i.91; Vin.iii.28; Pv.ii.2#4 (ghāna-sīsa˚); Mil.5….

chuddha →

pts

…66, 120 & Trenckner; Notes p.75See also khipita

chupati →

pts

…Ja.iv.82; Ja.vi.166; Vism.249; Dhp-a.i.166 (mā chupi)
pp chupita.

Dhtp.480 = samphasse

chupita →

pts

touched Vin.iii.37; Ja.vi.218.

pp. of chupati

churita →

pts

see *vi*˚.

chāta →

pts

…Pv.ii.1#13 (= bubhukkhita, khudāya abhibhūta Pv-a.72 Pv.ii.9#36 (jighacchita Pv-a.126); Pv-a.62; Vv-a.76; Mil.253; Mhvs.vii.24. Cp….

cicciṭāyana →

pts

fizzing Vism.408 (˚sadda).

cicciṭāyati →

pts

to hiss, fizz, sizzle (always combined with ciṭiciṭāyati) Vin.i.225; SN.i.169 Snp.p.15; Pp.36; Mil.258 sq.

onomat. cp. ciṭiciṭāyati

cikicchati →

pts

cit, cinteti. Cp….

cinteti →

pts

…cintetabba)
pp cetayita (q.v.). Cp. also cetanā.

Note. The relation in the use of the two forms is that cet is…

cintin →

pts

…thoughts on AN.i.102 (duccintita˚ & su˚); Snp.174 (ajjhatta˚; variant reading B. ˚saññin) Snp.388; Ja.iii.306 = Ja.iv.453 Ja.v.176 = Ja.v.478;…

cintita →

pts

…much as a thought, loc. cintita-matte (yeva) at the mere thoughts just as he thought it Dhp-a.i.326 (= cintita kkhaṇe in the moment of thinking…

cināti →

pts

… pp cita (q.v.).
pass cīyati Ja.v.7.
caus cināpeti to construct, to build Ja.vi.204; Mil.81 …

cipiṭa →

pts

adjective pressed flat, flattened Vv-a.222 To be read also at Ja.vi.185 for vippita.

pp. to cip (?) see next: cp. Sk. cipiṭa grain flattened after boiling

cippiyamāna →

pts

crushed flat (Rh. D.; cp. also Kern

Toevoegselen

) Mil.261.

ppr. Pass. of cip, see cipiṭa

cira →

pts

…DN-a.i.3.

  • -dikkhita (not ˚dakkhita) having long since been initiated SN.i.226 = Ja.v.138 (= cirapabbajita) *…

cirīṭa →

pts

parrot Ja.v.202 (in compound cirīti˚).

Sk. ciri, cp. kīra

cita →

pts

…(Ep. of a Mahāpurisa) DN.ii.18; DN.iii.144, DN.iii.164. Citaka & Citaka

pp. of cināti

citaka →

pts

Citaka & Citakā

feminine

  1. a heap, a pile, esp. a funeral pile; a tumulus DN.ii.163; Cp.ii.10#14. Ja.i.255; Ja.v.488; Ja.vi.559, Ja.vi.576;…

citakā →

pts

Citaka & Citakā

feminine

  1. a heap, a pile, esp. a funeral pile; a tumulus DN.ii.163; Cp.ii.10#14. Ja.i.255; Ja.v.488; Ja.vi.559, Ja.vi.576;…

citta →

pts

…cetasā) 2. bhāvita -c˚ “keep thy heart with all diligence” (Prov. 4, 23) SN.i.188 (+ susamāhita);…

cittatā →

pts

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

f. abstr. to citta1

Cittatā

“being of such a heart or mind,” state of mind, character SN.iii.152; SN. …

cittita →

pts

…151, reads citten’ eva cittitaṃ for cintitaṃ. Thag.736; Thag.2, Thag.390 (su˚); Vv.36#7; Vv.40#2.

pp. of citteti, Denom. fr….

ciṭiciṭāyati →

pts

see cicciṭāyati; Vin.i.225; cp. Divy.606.

codeti →

pts

…& codiyati;
pp cudita & codita (q.v.):
caus codāpeti (Vin.iii.165)

to urge, incite, exhort; to reprove, reprimand, to call forth,…

codita →

pts

urged, exhorted, incited; questioned Snp.819; Ja.vi.256; Pv.ii.9#66; Vv.16#1; Pv-a.152; Sdhp.309.

pp. of codeti, q.v.

cudita →

pts

adjective being urged, receiving blame, being reproved Vin.i.173; Vin.ii.250; Vin.ii.250, Vin.ii.251; MN.i.95 sq.; AN.iii.196 sq. -ka id. Vin.v.115, Vin.v.158, Vin.v.161, Vin.v.164.

pp. of codati

culla →

pts

Culla & cūḷa

adjective small, minor (opp mahā great, major), often in conn. with names & titles of books, e.g. c˚ Anāthapiṇḍika = A jr. Ja.ii.287, cp Anglo-Indian chota sahīb the younger gentleman ( …

cāga →

pts

…= SN.v.392 ˚paribhāvita citta “a heart bent on giving” SN.v.309 In this sense cāga forms one of the (3, 4, 5 or 7) noble treasures of…

cāreti →

pts

…Pass. ppr. cāriyamāna being handed round Ja.iv.2 (not vā˚)
pp carita
■ Cp. vi˚.

Denom. fr. cara; cp. carati

cāritta →

pts

…(kāmesu) Ja.iii.46 (rakkhita-gopitesu).

  • -vāritta manner of acting & avoiding Ja.iii.195, cp Thag.591; Vism.10. See…

cātur →

pts

…applied to a man of humanitarian mind Snp.42 (“showing universal love,” see Cnd.239); cp. RV x.136. Esp. applied to the bhikkhu-sangha…

cāṭi →

pts

  1. a jar, vessel, pot Ja.i.199; Ja.i.302 (pānīya˚); Ja.iii.277 (madhu˚ honey jar); Dhp-a.i.394 (tela oil tank); Vv-a.76 (sālibhatta˚ holding a meal of rice).
  2. a measure of capacity Ja.ii.404; Ja.i …

cīnaka →

pts

kind of bean Snp.239 (= aṭavi-pabbatapadesu āropita-jāta-cīna-mugga Snp-a.283); Ja.v.405.

cīra →

pts

…dress Vin.i.305; Ja.vi.500 (cp. cīraka). 2. a strip (orig. of bark), in suvaṇṇa˚-khacita gold-brocaded Vv-a.280 (see also next). Cp….

cūḷa →

pts

Culla & cūḷa

adjective small, minor (opp mahā great, major), often in conn. with names & titles of books, e.g. c˚ Anāthapiṇḍika = A jr. Ja.ii.287, cp Anglo-Indian chota sahīb the younger gentleman ( …

dadhi →

pts

sour milk, curds junket Vin.i.244 (in enumn of 5-fold cow-produce, cp gorasa); DN.i.201 (id.); MN.i.316; AN.ii.95; Ja.ii.102 Ja.iv.140; Mil.41, Mil.48, Mil.63; Dhs.646, Dhs.740, Dhs.875; …

dadāti →

pts

…pp. dāpita; n. ag. dātar; nt dāna. See also suffix dā,˚ datti, dattikā, etc.;…

dahara →

pts

adjective small, little delicate, young; a young boy, youth, lad DN.i.80, DN.i.115; SN.i.131; SN.ii.279 (daharo ce pi paññavā); MN.i.82; MN.ii.19 MN.ii.66; AN.v.300; Snp.216, Snp.420 (yuvā +), Snp.57 …

dahati →

pts

…san˚, samā˚, etc. pp. hita.

Sk. dadhāti to put down, set up; *dhe = Gr. τίχημι, Lat. facio, Ohg. tuon, Ags. dōn E….

dakkhita →

pts

consecrated, dedicated Ja.v.138. Cp dikkhita.

Vedic dīkṣita pp. of dīkṣ, Intens to daśayati: see dakkha1

dakkhiṇa →

pts

…Ja.vi.512 (Com. susikkhita). 3. (of that point of the compass which is characterized through “orientation” by facing the rising sun, &…

damita →

pts

subdued, tamed Ja.v.36; Pv-a.265.

Sk. damāyita = danta3; cp. Gr. α δάματος; Lat. domitus

dandheti →

pts

to be slow, to tarry Thag.293 (opp. tāreti)
pp dandhāyita see in der. ˚tta.

Denom. fr. dandha

dandhāyitatta →

pts

stupidity (= dandhatā) DN.i.249 (opp. vitthāyitatta); SN.ii.54; Mil.105; DN-a.i.252.

der. fr. dandheti

danta →

pts

…chattering?) AN.i.261 (of hasita, laughter)

  • -sampatti splendour of teeth Dhp-a.i.390.

Sk. danta fr. acc. dantaṃ of dan,…

dappita →

pts

adjective arrogant, haughty Ja.v.232, Ja.v.301.

dasa →

pts

…with which that of an authoritative, solemn & auspicious importance is coupled. This applies to the unit as well as its decimal combinations (100,…

dassana →

pts

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

dassati →

pts

…above dassayi)
pp dassita.

Sk. *darś in dadarśa pref. to dṛś; caus. darśayati. Cp. Gr. δέρκομαι to…

dassita →

pts

…Cp. san˚.

Sk. darśita, pp. of dasseti1

Dassita2

at Ja.vi.579 accord. to Kern (

Toevoegselen

p. 114) = Sk….

dassāvitā →

pts

seeing, sight (-˚) Mil.140 (guṇavisesa˚).

abstr. to dassāvin

dayati →

pts

…to be kind Ja.vi.445 (dayitabba), Ja.vi.495 (dayyāsi = dayaṃ kareyyāsi).

Ved. dayate of day to divide, share, cp. Gr. δαίομαι,…

daṇḍa →

pts

…Snp.35, Snp.394, Snp.629; nihita-d. nihita-sattha using neither stick nor sword, of the Dhamma DN.i.4, DN.i.63; MN.i.287; AN.i.211; AN.ii.208;…

deseti →

pts

…& desesi (Pv-a.2, Pv-a.12, Pv-a.78 etc.)
pp desita (q.v.).

Sk. deśayati, Caus. of disati, q.v.

desita →

pts

expounded, shown, taught etc., given, assigned, conferred Vin.iii.152 (marked out) Vin.v.137; DN.ii.154 (dhamma); Dhp.285 (nibbāna); Pv-a.4 (magga: indicated), Pv-a.54 (given).

pp. of deseti

deva →

pts

…the Nimmānaratī d. (Sunimmita d.); the Paranimmitavasavattī d. (Vasavattī d.) DN.i.217 sq. cp. Ja.i.48; DN.ii.12, DN.ii.14; SN.i.46 sq.;…

devatā →

pts

…5 higher gods (: inhabitants of the devaloka proper) Mahārājā, Canda, Suriya, Inda, Brahmā) to which are added the 2 aspects of the…

dhaja →

pts

…Vv.36#1, Vv.64#28 (subhāsita˚ = dhamma Vv-a.284); Dhs.1116, Dhs.1233; Vism.469 (+ paṭaka, in comparison); Pv-a.282; Vv-a.31, Vv-a.73;…

dhamani →

pts

…emaciated (: nimmaṃsa-lohitatāya sirājālehi vitthatagatta Pv-a.68) Vin.iii.110; Ja.iv.371 Ja.v.69; Dhp.395 = Thag.243 = Pv.ii.1#13;…

dhamati →

pts

… pp dhanta dhanita; (the latter to dhvan, by which dhamati is influenced to a large extent in meaning. Cp. uddhana).

Ved. dhamati,…

dhamma →

pts

…duty Ja.v.279;

dhammatā →

pts

conformity to the Dhammaniyāma (see niyāma), fitness, propriety; a general rule higher law, cosmic law, general practice, regular phenomenon usual habit; often used in the sense of …

dhana →

pts

wealth, usually wealth of money, riches, treasures

  1. Lit. DN.i.73 (sa˚); MN.ii.180.; AN.iii.222; AN.iv.4 sq. Cnd.135 (+ yasa, issariya etc.) Thig.464 (+ issariya) Ja.i.225 (paṭhavigataṃ karoti: …

dhanita →

pts

sounded; as nt sonant (said of a letter) Mil.344.

Sk. dhvanita, pp. of dhvan, cp. Ags. dyn noise = E. din; Ags. dynnan to sound loud

dhanta →

pts

…sounded AN.i.253; Ja.i.283, Ja.i.284.

Sk. dhvānta in meaning of either dhvanita fr. dhvan to sound, or dhamita fr. dhmā to blow, see dhameti

dhañña →

pts

…(sāsapa-tela-missitaṃ), Pv-a.278 (sappi-madhu-tela-dhaññādīhi vohăraṃ katvā)- dhaññaṃ ākirati to besprinkle a…

dhaṃsati →

pts

…Goth. gadars = E. dare; Ohg gitar to deprive of, to destroy, assault, importune DN.i.211; SN.iii.123; Snp.591; Ja.iii.353; Mil.227; Sdhp.357,…

dhenu →

pts

milch cow, a female animal in general Ja.i.152 (miga˚ hind); Vv.80#6; Dhp-a.i.170; Dhp-a.i.396; Pv-a.112. In simile at Vism.313.

Sk. dhenu, to dhayati to give suck, see dhātī & dhītar

dhi →

pts

…in dhī-r-atthu jīvitaṃ Snp.440; cp. Thag.1150; dhi-r-atthu jātiyā Ja.i.59.

Sk. dhik

Dhi2

feminine wisdom, only in…

dhikkita →

pts

…Com expl. of dhīra (= dhikkita-pāpa detesting evil) at Mnd.44 = Ja.ii.140 = Ja.iii.38 (cp. dhi2).

Sk. dhikkṛta, of dhi1

dhovati →

pts

…(q.v.) & dhovita Ja.i.266
■ See also dhopati (*dhopeti).

Sk. dhāvati, see dhāvati

dhuva →

pts

…(adhuvaṃ jīvitaṃ dhuvaṃ maraṇaṃ); Thag-a.241 Sdhp.331
nt. permanence, stability MN.i.326; Dhp.147. Also epithet of…

dhāniya →

pts

…wealthy, rich, abundant in (-˚) Ja.iii.367 (pahūtadhana˚; variant reading BB ˚dhāritaṃ); (nt.) riches, wealth Ja.v.99, Ja.v.100.

Sk….

dhāra →

pts

adjective (-˚) bearing, holding, having DN.i.74 (udaka-rahado sītavāri˚); MN.i.281 (ubhato˚) Snp.336 (ukkā˚); Iti.101 (antimadeha˚), Iti.108 (ukkā˚). See also dhārin.

Sk. dhāra …

dhāreti →

pts

to hold, viz.

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

dhāta →

pts

…for dāta) = Pv-a.59 (: suhita titta); Mil.238, Mil.249
■ f abstr. dhātatā satiation, fulness, satisfaction, in ati Ja.ii.293.

Sk….

dhātu →

pts

…the bodily element, i.e. vitality lasts“ Mil.125; vaṇṇa˚ form beauty SN.i.131; Pv.i.3#1. In these cases it is so far weakened in meaning,…

dhātī →

pts

wet nurse, foster-mother DN.ii.19; MN.i.395 MN.ii.97; Ja.i.57; Ja.iii.391; Pv-a.16, Pv-a.176. In compounds dhāti˚; viz. -cela swaddling cloth, baby’s napkin SN.i.205; Ja.iii.30 …

dhīra →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.189 (= paṇḍita).

combining in meaning 1 Sk. dhīra “firm” fr. dhārayati (see dharati & dhiti); 2 Vedic….

dhītalikā →

pts

doll Vin.iii.36, Vin.iii.126 (dāru˚); Dhs-a.321; Pv-a.16.

Dimin. of dhītā; cp. dhītikā & potthalikā

dhītar →

pts

Dhītar & Dhītā

masculine & feminine daughter Thig.336 (in faith); Ja.i.152, Ja.i.253 Ja.vi.366; Pv.i.11#5; Dhp-a.iii.171, Dhp-a.iii.176; Pv-a.16, Pv-a.21, Pv-a.61, Pv-a.105 deva˚ a female deva …

dhītikā →

pts

doll Thig.374 (= dhītalikā Thag-a.252).

cp. dhītalikā

dhītā →

pts

Dhītar & Dhītā

masculine & feminine daughter Thig.336 (in faith); Ja.i.152, Ja.i.253 Ja.vi.366; Pv.i.11#5; Dhp-a.iii.171, Dhp-a.iii.176; Pv-a.16, Pv-a.21, Pv-a.61, Pv-a.105 deva˚ a female deva …

dhūma →

pts

…Pv-a.230 (micchā-vitakka in expl. of vidhūma).

dhūmayati →

pts

…(akkhīni me dh. I see almost nothing). pp. dhūmāyita.

Sk. dhūmayati, Denom. fr. dhūma

dhūmāyati →

pts

…(akkhīni me dh. I see almost nothing). pp. dhūmāyita.

Sk. dhūmayati, Denom. fr. dhūma

dhūmāyitatta →

pts

becoming like smoke, clouding over, obscuration SN.iii.124 (+ timirāyitattaṃ).

abstr. to dhūmāyati

dhūpayati →

pts

…Vin.i.180; SN.i.40 (dhūpāyita) = Thag.448; AN.ii.214 sq.; Ja.i.73; Mil.333 (sīlagandhena lokaṃ dh.); Dhp-a.i.370 (aor. dhūpāyi)…

dhūpita →

pts

fumigated, flavoured Vv.43#5 (tela˚ flavoured with oil). Cp. pa˚.

pp. of dhūpāyati

dhūpāyati →

pts

…Vin.i.180; SN.i.40 (dhūpāyita) = Thag.448; AN.ii.214 sq.; Ja.i.73; Mil.333 (sīlagandhena lokaṃ dh.); Dhp-a.i.370 (aor. dhūpāyi)…

dikkhita →

pts

…long since SN.i.226 = Ja.v.138, Ja.v.139 (where dakkhita q.v.; Com. cira-pabbājita).

Sk. dīkṣita “having commenced the preparatory rites…

diṭṭha →

pts

…seen DN.i.222 (a˚ + avedita asacchikata); MN.i.3 sq. (diṭṭhaṃ diṭṭhato sañjānāti); Snp.147 (diṭṭhā vā ye vā addiṭṭhā),…

diṭṭhi →

pts

…˚visūka, ˚vipphandita ˚saññojana, e.g. MN.i.8; Cnd.271#iiib. Of these sophistical speculations 2 are mentioned at Iti.43, Pts.i.129…

diṭṭhitā →

pts

the fact of having a (straightforward) view (uju˚) Mil.257.

fr. diṭṭhi

dohati →

pts

to milk
pres 1 pl. dohāma & duhāma; Ja.v.105;
■ pret. 1 pl. duhāmase ibid.;
pot duhe Ja.vi.211;
ger duhitvā Snp-a.27; pp. duddha (q.v.)
pass *[d …

dosa →

pts

…anger Dhp.357;

  • -saññita connected with ill-will Iti.78;
  • -sama like anger Dhp.202; *…

doṇa →

pts

…Dhp-a.iv.88;

  • -mita a d measure full DN.i.54; MN.i.518.

Sk. droṇa (nt.) conn. with *dereṷo tree, wood, wooden,…

doṇika →

pts

adjective measuring a doṇa in capacity Vin.i.240 (catu˚ piṭaka).

fr. doṇa

du →

pts

…gandha, gahīta (a)caja, carita, cola; (j)jaha, jāna, jivha, jīvita; (t)tappaya, tara; (d)dama, dasika; (n)naya, nikkhaya, nikkhitta niggaha,…

duddha →

pts

…milked, drawn Snp.18 (duddha-khīra = gāvo duhitvā gahitakhīra Snp-a.27); MN.ii.186
■ (nt.) milk Dāvs v.26.

dukkha →

pts

…related in meaning is ahita “that which is not good or profitable,” usually opposed to sukha hita. It is freq. in the…

dukkhita →

pts

…suffering, ailing (opp. sukhita) DN.i.72 (puriso ābādhiko d. bāḷha-gilāno); DN.ii.24; SN.i.149; SN.iii.11 = SN.iv.180 (sukhitesu sukhito…

dukkhāpeti →

pts

to cause pain, to afflict Ja.iv.452; Mil.276 sq.; Pv-a.215
pp dukkhāpita.

caus. to dukkha

dukkhāpita →

pts

pained, afflicted Mil.79, Mil.180.

pp. of dukkhāpeti

dussitatta →

pts

Err:509

dvaya →

pts

…“doing both,” i.e. both good & evil deeds (su˚ & duccaritaṃ) SN.iii.241, cp. SN.iii.247 sq.; DN.iii.96.

Ved. dvaya;…

dvīhitika →

pts

…īhī tī… dukkhena īhitaṃ ettha pavattatī ti) see Kern,

Toevoegselen

i.122
Note. Bdhgh’s expln is highly…

dāma →

pts

bond, fetter, rope; chain, wreath, garland SN.iv.163 (read dāmena for damena), SN.iv.282, (id.); AN.iii.393 (dāmena baddho); Snp.28 (= vacchakānaṃ bandhanatthāya katā ganthitā nandhipasayuttā rajjuban …

dāna →

pts

…good character & meditation (DN.iii.218 e.g. cp. cāga, puñña, sīla). Thus in formula dānâdīni puññāni katvā Ja.i.168 Pv-a 66…

dānava →

pts

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

Sk. dānava

dāpita →

pts

given, sent Pv-a.6; Mvu.vii.26.

Sk. dāpayita pp. of dāpeti1

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.

dāsa →

pts

slave, often combined w. f. dāsī. Def. by Bdhgh as “antojāto” (DN-a.i.300), or as “antojātadhanakkīta-karamarânīta-sāmaṃ dāsabyaṃ upagatānaṃ aññataro” (ibid. DN-a.i.168)
■ In phrase *dāsā ca kam …

dāyajja →

pts

inheritance Vin.i.82; DN.iii.189; AN.iii.43; Ja.i.91; Vism.43 sq.; dowry Ja.iii.8
■ (adj.) one who inherits Vin.iii.66 (pituno of the father).

*…

dāyin →

pts

…of…

dīpita →

pts

explained Vism.33.

pp. of dīpeti

dīpitar →

pts

one who illumines Vism.211.

n. ag. fr. dīpeti

dūseti →

pts

…Dhp-a.ii.22 (kuṭiṃ, damage destroy)
aor dūsayi Ja.ii.110 (fared ill)
pp dūsita. Cp. pa˚, pari˚.

Sk….

dūsita →

pts

depraved, sinful, evil Pv-a.226 (˚citta).

Sk. dūṣita, pp. of dūseti

edhati →

pts

…in, increase SN.i.217 (sukhaṃ); Snp.298; Dhp.193; Ja.i.223; Ja.iii.151. sukh˚edhita at Vin.iii.13 is better read as sukhe ṭhita as at…

ehi →

pts

…one who accepts an invitation DN.i.166; MN.i.342; MN.ii.161; AN.i.295; AN.ii.206 ehi bhikkhu “come bhikkhu!” the oldest formula of…

eka →

pts

…oneself, one only, alone, solitary AN.iii.67 (ek-uddesa) Ja.i.59 (ekadivasena on the one day only, i.e. on the same day); Dhp.395; Snp.35, Snp.1136…

ekaka →

pts

adjective single, alone, solitary Vin.ii.212; Ja.i.255; Ja.ii.234; Ja.iv.2
■ f. ekikā Vin.iv.229; Ja.i.307; Ja.iii.139.

eka…

ekaṃsa →

pts

…absolutely, definitely, inevitably DN.i.122 DN.i.161, DN.i.162; MN.i.393; SN.iv.326; AN.v.190; Ja.i.150; Ja.iii.224; Pv-a.11.

eka +…

ekākiya →

pts

adjective alone, solitary Thag.541; Mil.398.

ereti →

pts

…voice) MN.i.21; Snp.350 (eraya imper.); Thag.209 (eraye); Ja.iv.478
pp erita (q.v.).

= īreti (q.v.) Caus. of īr, Sk….

erita →

pts

…(+ samerita), Vism.342 (vāt˚ moved by the wind). Cp. īrita.

pp. of ereti

eti →

pts

…Dhp.236 Dhp.369
pp ita (q.v.).

P. eti represents Sk. eti as well as ā-eti, i.e. to go and to come (here); with Sk. eti…

gabbita →

pts

adjective proud, arrogant Ja.ii.340 (˚bhāva = issariya); Ja.iii.264 (˚sabhāva = dittasabhāva); Sum. V. on DN.iii.153 (= avamata).

gadhita →

pts

see gathita.

gaha →

pts

…layman (opp anagāra, pabbajita or paribbājaka) Vin.i.115 (sagahaṭṭhā parisā an assembly in which laymen were present); SN.i.201;…

gahapati →

pts

…DN.iii.16 sq.;

  • -paṇḍita a learned householder Cp. above 1b, together w. khattiya˚, etc MN.i.176, MN.i.396; w….

gahita →

pts

…reading for text gaṇhita)
■ nt a grasp, grip Dhp-a.iii.175
■ gahitakaṃ karoti to accept Vv-a.260. -duggahīta (always…

gajjitar →

pts

one who thunders, of a man in comparison with a cloud AN.ii.102 = Pp.42.

n. agent fr. prec.

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 …

gambhīra →

pts

…(+ medhāvin) cp. Dhp-a.iv.169 & see Ps; Dhp-a.ii.192 for detailed explanation;

  • -sita resting on depth (of soil),…

gantha →

pts

…(˚gandha), SN.i.23; w. asita anāsava Snp.219. Cp. pahīnamānassa na santi ganthā SN.i.14. See also ādāna˚; cp. ganthaniya. 2. [only in…

ganthati →

pts

… pp ganthita tied, bound, fettered catūhi ganthehi g˚ Pts.i.129
grd ganthaniya to be tied or tending to act as a…

gantheti →

pts

… pp ganthita tied, bound, fettered catūhi ganthehi g˚ Pts.i.129
grd ganthaniya to be tied or tending to act as a…

garahati →

pts

…Sdhp.382
pp garahita blameworthy Dhp.30 (pamādo); Snp.313; Ja.v.453; Mil.288 (dasa puggalā g.). agarahita…

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

…See also guru.

  • -upanissita (adj.) depending on a teacher, one being taught Pts.ii.202;
  • -ṭṭhāniya one who takes…

garuka →

pts

…similarly w. sithila, dhanita dīgha, rassa Mil.344; DN-a.i.177 (in expl. of dasavidha vyañjana). 2. fig.

  1. heavy, grave, serious esp….

gata →

pts

…to (c. acc.), opp ṭhita: gate ṭhite nisinne (loc. abs.) when going standing, sitting down (cp. gacchati 1) DN.i.70; opp āgata: yassa…

gathita →

pts

…of giddha)-agathita (agadhita) not fettered (by desire without desire, free from the ties of craving (+ m˚, a˚ SN.ii.194, SN.ii.269;…

gavacchita →

pts

furnished with netting (?) (Hardy in Index) Vv-a.276, of a carriage (= suvaṇṇajālavitata).

gaḷati →

pts

…(madaṃ), Ja.iv.3 (lohitaṃ g.); Ja.v.472 (do. variant reading paggharati); Pv.iv.5#3 (assukāni g.). 2. to rain Thag.524 (deve gaḷantamhi…

gaḷita →

pts

rough, in a˚ smooth Ja.v.203, Ja.v.206 (+ mudu & akakkasa); Ja.vi.64.

gaṇeti →

pts

…Mil.293
pp gaṇita Snp.677;
pass gaṇīyati Sdhp.434;
inf (vedic gaṇetuye <
■ Bv.iv.28

gaṇhati →

pts

… pass gayhati
pp gahita & gahīta.
■ Cp. gaha, gahaṇa, gāha.

Meanings

to take, take up; take hold of; grasp seize;…

gaṇhāti →

pts

… pass gayhati
pp gahita & gahīta.
■ Cp. gaha, gahaṇa, gāha.

Meanings

to take, take up; take hold of; grasp seize;…

gaṇḍa →

pts

  1. a swelling, esp. as a disease, an abscess, a boil. Freq. in similes with ref. to kāma and kāya. Mentioned with similar cutaneous diseases under kilāsa (q.v. for loci). As epithet of kāya SN.iv.83 = …

gedhita →

pts

greedy, in gedhita-mano greedyminded Pv.ii.8#2; as nt. greed, in der. gedhifatta (syn of gedhikatā) Cnd.585.

pp. of gijjhati

geha →

pts

-sita (*śrita) = ˚nissita, connected with worldly life (opp. nekkhamma, renunciation). Of chandā & vitakkā (pl.)…

ghamma →

pts

… ■ Or. in cpd. with -abhitatta (ghammâbhitatta, overpowered by heat) MN.i.74; DN.ii.266; AN.iii.187 sq.; Snp.1014 (cp. Snp.353 ghammatatta);…

ghaṭaka →

pts

…w. kataka & sammajjanī); cp. Vin. Texts iii.130. 2. the capital of a pillar Ja.i.32 (cp. kumbha).

Dem. of prec.

ghaṭita →

pts

connected, combined Vism.192.

pp. of ghaṭeti

ghaṭṭeti →

pts

…Vism.18
pp ghaṭṭita Pp.30, Pp.36; psychologically ghaṭṭayati = ruppati B or SN.iii.86

pass ghaṭīyati

ghoseti →

pts

…uggh˚); Pv.iv.6#3; pp. ghosita & ghuṭṭha (q.v.)
caus ghosāpeti to have proclaimed Ja.i.71.

Denom. of ghosa, cp….

ghosita →

pts

…cp. ghosaka] one who proclaims, advocates, or heralds in Np. Ghositaseṭṭhi Dhp-a.i.187.

pp. of ghoseti

ghāteti →

pts

… caus ghātāpeti to have somebody killed Ja.iv.124
■ Cp. ghacca, ghātita āghāteti.

Denom. fr. ghāta, cp. Sk. ghātayati to…

ghātita →

pts

adjective killed, destroyed Thag-a.289; also in Der. ghātitatta (nt.) the fact of having killed Ja.i.167. Cp. ugghātita.

pp. of ghāteti

giddha →

pts

…giddha gathita (or gadhita) mucchita ajjhopanna Cnd.369 (nissita); Snp-a.286. Cp. gathita
agiddha without greed, desireless…

giha →

pts

only in agiha (adj.) houseless, homeless (= pabbajita, a Wanderer); poet. for anagāra Snp.456 Snp.464, Snp.487, Snp.497.

= gaha

gihin →

pts

…life, a layman (opp. pabbajita & paribbājaka). Geu. sg. gihissa (DN.iii.147, DN.iii.167) & gihino (DN.iii.174); n. pl. gihī; in compounds

gijjhati →

pts

…to long for, to wish: pp. gaddha & giddha. Cp. abhi˚, pali˚.; pp. (Pass.) gijjhita Thig.152 (= paccāsiṃsita Thag-a).

Sk. gṛdhyati, to…

gilati →

pts

… pp gilita: gilitabaḷisa having swallowed the hook SN.iv.159. Cp. ud˚, o˚, pari˚
caus gilāpeti to make swallow…

gilāna →

pts

…a hall for the sick, hospital SN.iv.210; AN.iii.142 Vism.259.

Sk. glāna, glā to fade, wither, be exhausted, explained suitably by…

gimha →

pts

…Dpvs.i.55; Vism.231 (˚âbhitatta worn out by the heat); Sdhp.275 (˚kāle). In enumn w. other seasons: vasse hemante gimhe Cnd.631…

go →

pts

…cow’s horn Vism.254. -sita mixed with milk Vv-a.179 -sīla = govatika Dhs-a.355;…

gopeti →

pts

to watch, guard, pot. gopetha Dhp.315
pp gopita (q.v.).

Sk. gopayati, gup; cp. gutta, gottā

gopita →

pts

adjective protected, guarded, watched (lit. & fig.) Ja.vi.367; Mil.345; Snp-a.116 (˚indriya guttindriya); Sdhp.398.

pp. of gopeti

gotta →

pts

…+) Cnd.455;

  • -rakkhita protected by a (good) name Snp.315; Vv-a.72;
  • -vāda talk over lineage,…

goṇa →

pts

…covered with a woollen rug Vv.81#8; Pv.iii.1#17; (text saṇṭhita variant reading BB goṇakatthata, cp. next).

gutta →

pts

…senses Snp.63 (+ rakkhita-mānasāno; expl Snp-a: chassu indriyesu gopitindriyo); Cnd.230; Vv.50#15; Pv.iv.1#32; *…

guḷa →

pts

…Mhvs.10–Mhvs.13 -phāṇita molasses Vv-a.179.

Non-Aryan?

Guḷa3

a cluster, a chain (?), in maṇi˚;…

guḷā →

pts

…correct) = guḷā-gunṭḥita covered with swellings (i.e. blight); cp. similar expression at Dhp-a.iii.297 gaṇḍāgaṇḍa (-jāta)…

guṇa →

pts

…Buddha˚ Ja.ii.111; pabbajita Ja.i.59.

  • -aggatā state of having the best qualities, superiority Dpvs.iv.1. *…

guṇṭheti →

pts

…Also in cpd. paliguṇṭhita obstructed, entangled Snp.131 (mohena) where variant reading BB kuṇṭhita. Cp….

guṇṭhika →

pts

(in meaning = guṇṭhita) one who is covered with or wrapped up in, only in ahi˚; a snake-trainer (like a Laocoon). See details under ahi or…

gāha →

pts

  1. (n.) seizing, seizure, grip (cp. gaha): canda˚ suriya˚ an eclipse (lit. the moon, etc., being seized by a demon) DN.i.10 (= DN-a.i.95: Rāhu candaṃ gaṇhāti). Esp. applied to the sphere of the mind …

gāma →

pts

…market-town: gāmanigamo sevitabbo or asevitabbo AN.iv.365 sq., cp. AN.v.101 (w. janapadapadeso)- Vin.iii.25, Vin.iii.184 (˚ṃ vā nigamaṃ vā…

gāthā →

pts

…Def. as akkhara-padaniya-mita-ganthita-vacanaṃ at Kp-a.117. For a riddle on the word see SN.i.38. As a style of composition it is one of the…

gāyati →

pts

…fut. gāyissati grd. gāyitabba. Vin.ii.108 (dhammaṃ), Vin.ii.196 (gāthaṃ) Snp.682 (g˚ ca vādayanti ca); Ja.i.290 (gītaṃ); Ja.iii.507…

gāḷha →

pts

…thaddha), cp. 2 and gaḷita. 2. [cp. gādha1] deep Ja.i.155 (˚vedhin, piercing); Mil.370 (ogāhati). Cp. ajjhogāḷha,…

gīta →

pts

…to nacca-gīta-vādita, dancing with singing & instrumental accompaniment DN.iii.183 (under samajja, kinds of festivities); Vv.32#4. Same…

gītaka →

pts

gītikā (f.) a little song Ja.iii.507.

gīvā →

pts

…forth), Ja.i.167 (pasārita˚), Ja.i.207, Ja.i.222, Ja.i.265; Ja.iii.52; Vv-a.27 (mayūra˚), Vv-a.157; DN-a.i.296 (˚āya…

hadaya →

pts

…grief, sorrow Vism.54. -ssita stuck in the heart (of salla, dart) Snp.938; Mnd.411.

Vedic hṛdaya, hṛd = Av. ƶərədā, not the same as…

harati →

pts

…Ja.v.253;
grd haritabba Ja.i.187 Ja.i.281
pp haṭa
caus hāreti to cause to take…

hari →

pts

…holus cabbage; Sk. harita, hariṇa pale (yellow or green), hiri (yellow); Av. ƶairi; Gr. ξλόος green, ξλόη “greens” Ags. geolo…

harita →

pts

…etc.); cp. haritapaṇṇa vegetables Snp-a.283. 3. haritā (f.) gold Thag.164 = Ja.ii.334 (˚maya made of gold; but explained as…

haritaka →

pts

pot-herb DN.ii.342.

harita + ka

haritatta →

pts

greenness Vin.i.96.

abstr. fr. harita

harītaka →

pts

yellow myrobalan (Terminalia citrina or chebula) Vin.i.201, Vin.i.206; Ja.i.80; Ja.iv.363; Mil.11; Dhs-a.320 (T. harīṭaka); Vv-a.5 (ṭ) --kī (f.) the myrobalan tree Vin.i.30; MN.iii.127. pūtiharī …

hasati →

pts

…to laugh (Sk. hasati, pp. hasita) & hṛṣ to be excited (Sk. hṛṣyati, pp. hṛṣita & hṛṣṭa) have become mixed in Pāli (see also…

hasita →

pts

…20 sq.

pp. of hasati, representing both Sk. hasita & hṛṣita

hassati →

pts

…to laugh (Sk. hasati, pp. hasita) & hṛṣ to be excited (Sk. hṛṣyati, pp. hṛṣita & hṛṣṭa) have become mixed in Pāli (see also…

hatthin →

pts

…supported on pillars with capitals of elephant heads Vin.ii.169

  • -pada an elephant’s foot MN.i.176, MN.i.184; SN.v.43;…

haṃsa →

pts

…of haṃsa’s, viz. harita˚ tamba˚, khīra˚, kāḷa˚, pāka˚, suvaṇṇa˚
pāka˚; a species of water bird Ja.v.356;…

haṃsati →

pts

…pahaṭṭha2, pahaṃsita2

hesati →

pts

…for ˚hesanā). pp. hesita.

both heṣ (Vedic) & hreṣ (Epic Sk.); in Pāli confused with hṛṣ (hasati): see…

hesita →

pts

neighing Ja.i.62 (here as hasita); Mhvs.23, Mhvs.72.

pp. of hesati

hetu →

pts

…sake of gain Snp.122. 2. suitability for the attainment of Arahantship, one of the 8 conditions precedent to becoming a Buddha Bv.ii.59 = Ja.i.14,…

hetuka →

pts

…root-conditions as concomitants“); Kv.533 (“accompanied by moral conditions”); ; SN.iii.210 (˚vāda, as a “diṭṭhi”);…

heṭheti →

pts

a-heṭhayāna SN.i.7; SN.iv.179; ger. heṭhayitvāna Ja.iii.480
pp heṭhayita Ja.iv.447.

Vedic heḍ = hel or hīḍ (see…

hita →

pts

…Snp-a.500
■ Opp. ahita AN.i.194; MN.i.332.

  • -ānukampin friendly & compassionate DN.i.4, DN.i.227; Snp.693;…

hiṃsitar →

pts

one who hurts DN.ii.243; Ja.iv.121.

n. ag. fr. hiṃsati

homa →

pts

oblation DN.i.9; DN-a.i.93 (lohita˚).

fr.; hu, juhati

hunitabba →

pts

is grd. of juhati “to be sacrificed,” or “venerable” Vism.219 (= āhuneyya).

hāpeti →

pts

…i.133
pp hāpita.

in form = Sk. (Sūtras) hāvayati, Caus. of juhoti (see juhati), but in…

hāpita →

pts

…Ja.v.158 (aggihuttaṃ ahāpitaṃ; C. wrongly hāpita); Ja.v.201 = Ja.vi.565. On all passages & their relation to Com. & BSk. see Kern,

hāsa →

pts

…= Snp-a.155 (“āmeṇḍita”); Ja.i.33 Ja.ii.82; Ja.v.112; Mil.390. See also ahāsa.

hīna →

pts

  1. inferior, low; poor, miserable; vile, base, abject, contemptible, despicable Vin.i.10; DN.i.82 DN.i.98; SN.ii.154 (hīnaṃ dhātuṃ paṭicca uppajjati hīnā saññā); SN.iii.47; SN.iv.88, SN.iv.309 (citta …

hīḷeti →

pts

…(+ garahati)

pp hīḷita.

Vedic hīḍ or hel to be hostile; cp. Av. ƶēaša awful; Goth. us-geisnan to be…

hīḷita →

pts

despised, looked down upon, scorned Vin.iv.6; Mil.227, Mil.251; Vism.424 (+ ohīḷita oññāta etc.); DN-a.i.256.

pp. of hīḷeti

icchati →

pts

…both ˚iṭṭha and ˚iṣita Thus ajjhesati, pp. ajjhiṭṭha & ajjhesita; anvesati (Sk. anvicehati); pariyesati (Sk. parīcchati), pp….

icchita →

pts

…Pv-a.64 (read anicchita for anijjhiṭṭha which may be a contamination of icchita & iṭṭha), Pv-a.113, Pv-a.127 (twice).

pp. of…

ida →

pts

Ida & Idaṃ

indeclinable emphatic demonstr. adv. in local, temporal & modal function, as

  1. in this, here: idappaccayatā having its foundation in this, i.e. causally connec …

idaṃ →

pts

Ida & Idaṃ

indeclinable emphatic demonstr. adv. in local, temporal & modal function, as

  1. in this, here: idappaccayatā having its foundation in this, i.e. causally connec …

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 …

inda →

pts

…lightning Pv-a.56

  • -gajjita (nt.) Indra’s thunder Mil.22.
  • -jāla deception DN-a.i.85. *…

indriya →

pts

…indriyesu pihita-dvāro hoti), i. vippasannāni SN.ii.275; SN.iii.2, SN.iii.235; SN.iv.294; SN.v.301; AN.i.181; AN.iii.380….

iriyati →

pts

…cp. Caus. īrayati (= P. īreti) pp. īrṇa & īrita. See also issā

isi →

pts

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

issati →

pts

…˚ikā AN.ii.203
pp issita (q.v.).

denom. fr. issā. Av. areṣyeiti to be jealous, Gr. ε ̓́ραται to desire;…

issita →

pts

being envied or scolded, giving offence or causing anger. Ja.v.44

pp. of īrṣ (see issati); Sk. īrṣita

issāyanā →

pts

Issāyanā & Issāyitatta

= issā Pp.19, Pp.23; Dhs.1121; Vism.470.

abstr. formations fr. issā

issāyitatta →

pts

Issāyanā & Issāyitatta

= issā Pp.19, Pp.23; Dhs.1121; Vism.470.

abstr. formations fr. issā

itara →

pts

…itritarena variant reading itaritarena, expld. by itaritaraṃ Vv-a.333).

Ved. itara = Lat. iterum a second time; compar. of pron….

iti →

pts

…in question, or print it in italics, or put it in quot. marks (e.g. bālo ti vuccati Dhp.63 = bālo vuccati).

  1. in direct speech (as given by…

ito →

pts

…paṭthāya from now on, henceforward Ja.i.63 (ito dāni p.); Pv-a.41.

Vedic itaḥ, abl
■ adv. formation fr. pron. base *i, cp. iti,…

ittara →

pts

(sometimes spelt itara) adjective

  1. passing, changeable, short, temporary, brief unstable MN.i.318 (opp. dīgharattaṃ);…

itthakā →

pts

…Pv-a.4 (˚cuṇṇa-makkhita-sīsa the head rubbed with brickpowder i.e. plaster; a ceremony performed on one to be executed, cp….

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 …

iñjati →

pts

…DN-a.i.167
pp iñjita (q.v.).

Vedic ṛñjati (cp. P. ajjati). Also found as ingati (so Veda), and as aṅg in Sk….

iñjita →

pts

…(an˚). Usually as nt. iñjitaṃ shaking, turning about, movement, vacillation MN.i.454; SN.i.109; SN.iv.202; AN.ii.45; Snp.750, Snp.1040 (pl….

iñjitatta →

pts

state of vacillation, wavering, motion SN.v.315 (kāyassa).

abstr. fr. iñjita nt.

iṅgita →

pts

movement, gesture, sign Ja.ii.195, Ja.ii.408; Ja.vi.368, Ja.vi.459.

pp. of ingati = iñjati

iṭṭhakā →

pts

…Pv-a.4 (˚cuṇṇa-makkhita-sīsa the head rubbed with brickpowder i.e. plaster; a ceremony performed on one to be executed, cp….

jagghati →

pts

…Ja.vi.522. pp. jagghita Ja.vi.522. See also anu˚, pa˚.

Intens. to sound-root ghar. for *jaghrati. See note on…

jagghitā →

pts

laughter Ja.iii.226.

jahati →

pts

…Ja.i.138
pp jahita Snp.231; Kp.9; Mil.261
pass hāyati SN.ii.224; Snp.817; Mil.297, hāyate…

jahāti →

pts

…Ja.i.138
pp jahita Snp.231; Kp.9; Mil.261
pass hāyati SN.ii.224; Snp.817; Mil.297, hāyate…

jajjarita →

pts

weakened Dhp-a.i.7.

pp. of intens. of jar see jarati

jalati →

pts

…Ja.ii.104; Mil.47
pp jalita Intens. daddaḷhati (q.v.). Cp. ujjāleti.

Sk. jvalati, with jvarati to be hot or feverish, to…

jalita →

pts

adjective set on fire, burning, shining, bright, splendid Snp.396, Snp.668, Snp.686; Vv.21#6 (= jalanto jotanto Vv-a.107); Pv.i.10#14 (burning floor of Niraya), Pv.ii.1#12 (˚ânubhāva: shining majesty …

jana →

pts

creature, living being:

  1. sg. an individual, a creature person, man Snp.121, Snp.676, Snp.807, Snp.1023 (sabba everybody) Usually collectively: people, they, one (= Fr. on), with pl. of verb Dhp.249 …

janati →

pts

…she bore)
pp janita produced Pv-a.1
■ See also jantu jamma, jāta, jāti ñāti, etc.

Sk. janati (trs.) &…

japa →

pts

…muttering, mumbling.; recitation AN.iii.56 = Ja.iii.205 (+ manta); Snp.328 (jappa (= niratthaka-kathā Snp-a.334). 2. studying Ja.iii.114 (=…

jappati →

pts

…(= pajappati),
pp jappita Snp.902. See also jappā, jappanā, etc., also abhijjappati & pa˚.

not, as customary, to jalp, Sk. jalpati…

jarā →

pts

…with “appaṃ vata jīvitaṃ idaṃ”), quoted at Dhp-a.iii.320.

of the latter only the instr. jarasā in use: Snp.804, Snp.1123 (=…

jayati →

pts

… grd jeyya Snp.288 (a˚); jinitabba Vv-a.69 (variant reading jetabba)
pass jīyati (see parā˚), jīyati is also Pass. to…

jaṭita →

pts

entangled SN.i.13; Mil.102, Mil.390; Vism.1 (etym.).

pp. of jaṭ; to which also jaṭā; Dhtp.95: sanghāte

jegucchitā →

pts

avoidance, detestation, disgust Vin.i.234; MN.i.30; AN.iv.182 sq.

see jigucchita

jeṭṭha →

pts

…to… Cnd.294, & -apacāyitar DN.iii.70, DN.iii.71, DN.iii.145, DN.iii.169 -māsa Name of a month Snp-a.359.

compar
■…

jhāna →

pts

…applying oneself to meditation Snp.972

  • -aṅga a constituent of meditation (with ref. to the 4 jhānas) Vism.190. *…

jhānika →

pts

adjective belonging to the (4) meditations Vism.111.

fr. jhāna1

jhāpeti →

pts

…also jhatvāna Ja.iv.57 (= hantvā)
pp jhatta & jhāpita.

Caus. of jhāyati2

jhāpita →

pts

set on fire Mil.47; Vism.76 (-kāla time of cremation).

pp. jhāpeti

jhāyana →

pts

…meditating, in -sīla the practice of meditation (cp. Sk. dhyānayoga) Vv-a.38.

der. fr….

jhāyati →

pts

Jhāyati1

to meditate, contemplate think upon, brood over (c. acc.): search for, hunt after DN.ii.237 (jhānaṃ); SN.i.25, SN.i.57;…

jhāyin →

pts

…over (c. acc.) intent on: meditative, self-concentrated, engaged in jhāna-practice Vin.ii.75; SN.i.46 = SN.i.52; SN.ii.284; MN.i.334; AN.i.24;…

jighacchati →

pts

to have a desire to eat, to be hungry DN.ii.266; pp. jighacchita Dhp-a.ii.145.

Desid. to ghasati, eat

jigucchati →

pts

…Snp-a.266 = hiriyati); Ja.ii.287; Pp.36
ppr jigucchamāna Iti.43; grd. jigucchitabba AN.i.126; pp. jigucchita Snp.901
■ See also…

jina →

pts

conquering, victorious, often of the Buddha, “Victor”: jitā me pāpakā dhammā tasmâhaṃ Upaka jino ti Vin.i.8 = MN.i.171; Vin.v.217; Snp.379, Snp.697, Snp.989, Snp.996. magga˚ conqueror of the Path Snp. …

jita →

pts

…Dhp.40, Dhp.104 (attā jitaṃ seyyo for attā jito seyyo see Dhp-a.ii.228), Vism.105, Vism.179; Vv.64#27 (jitindriya one whose senses are…

jitatta →

pts

mastery, conquest Vv-a.284.

n. abstr. of jita

joteti →

pts

…intrs. to shine Dhp-a.ii.163 (ñāṇajutiyā jotetvā); pp. jotita resplendent Pv-a.53.

Caus. of jotati

jāgara →

pts

… ■ bahu˚; wide awake, well aware, cautious Snp.972 (cp. rakkhita-mānasāno in same context v. 63) Dhp.29.

fr. jāgarti

jāgarati →

pts

…Iti.41; Mil.300
pp jāgarita (q.v.).

Sk. jāgarti to be awake (redupl. perf. for jājarti) *ger & gerēi; cp. Lat….

jāgarita →

pts

waking, vigil Iti.41; Pp.59.

pp. of jāgarti

jāla →

pts

…jālavantehi abhilohita-nakkehi. Tena jāli (variant reading jāla-) hatthataṃ mahāpurisa-lakkhaṇaṃ tambanakhataṃ anuvyañ…

jānāti →

pts

…the second to passitvā, viditaṃ katvā, abhiññāya & disvā. The use of the emphatic phrase jānāti passati is very frequent. Yaṃ tvaṃ na…

jāta →

pts

…Snp.683 (Bodhisatto hitasukhatāya jāto) bhayaṃ jātaṃ (arose) Snp.207; vivādā jātā Snp.828 ekadivase j. (were born on the same…

jāti →

pts

■ Instr. jātiyā (Snp.423) & jaccā (DN.ii.8; Ja.iii.395; Dhp.393); abl. jātiyā (SN.i.88) & jātito (by descent: DN.ii.8); loc. jātiyaṃ (Pv-a.10) & jātiyā (Pv-a.78).

  1. birth, rebirth, possibility of …

jātimant →

pts

…in this spelling for jutimant Snp.1136 Cnd.259 (explained by paṇḍita paññavā)
ajātima not of good birth…

jīvita →

pts

…AN.iv.270

Vedic jīvita, orig. pp. of jīvati “that which is lived,” cp. same formation in Lat. vīta = *vīvita; Gr.βιότη…

jūta →

pts

gambling, playing at dice DN.i.7 (˚ppamādaṭṭhāna cp. DN-a.i.85)≈; DN-a.iii.182, DN-a.186 (id.); Ja.i.290; Ja.iii.198 Ja.vi.281; Dhp-a.ii.228. -ṃ kīḷati to play at d. Ja.i.289 Ja.iii.187
■ See …

kajjopakkamaka →

pts

kind of gem Mil.118 (vajira k. phussarāga lohitanka).

kalala →

pts

…= prec., AN.i.9, cp. Ja.ii.100; AN.iii.233; Mil.35;

  • -makkhita soiled with mud Dhp-a.iii.61.

kalati →

pts

to utter an (indistinct) sound: pp. kalita Thag.22.

kal, kālayati

kali →

pts

  1. the unlucky die (see akkha); “the dice were seeds of a tree called the vibhītaka… An extra seed was called the kali” (Dial. ii.368 n. DN.ii.349; Ja.i.380; Dhp.252 (= Dhp-a.iii …

kalita →

pts

sounding indistinctly Thag.22.

pp. of kalati

kalla →

pts

…of sound skill (cp. kallita) SN.iii.265;

  • -citta of ready, amenable mind, in form. k˚, mudu-citta, vinīvaraṇa˚,…

kallita →

pts

pleasantness, agreeableness SN.iii.270, SN.iii.273 (samādhismiṃ-˚kusala); AN.iii.311; AN.iv.34 (id.).

fr. kalla

kalyāṇa →

pts

…a service Ja.vi.182

  • -carita walking in goodness, practising virtue Vb.341
  • -jātika one whose nature…

kamma →

pts

…to the instruments of meditation, esp. objects used by meditation to realize impermanence. These exercises (“stations of exercise” Expos.

kammaniya →

pts

…mudubhūta k˚ ṭhita ānejjappatta DN.i.76, etc. = MN.i.22 Pp.68; SN.iii.232; SN.v.92, SN.v.233; AN.i.9; Dhp-a.i.289; Bdhd 101,…

kammanīya →

pts

…mudubhūta k˚ ṭhita ānejjappatta DN.i.76, etc. = MN.i.22 Pp.68; SN.iii.232; SN.v.92, SN.v.233; AN.i.9; Dhp-a.i.289; Bdhd 101,…

kammañña →

pts

…mudubhūta k˚ ṭhita ānejjappatta DN.i.76, etc. = MN.i.22 Pp.68; SN.iii.232; SN.v.92, SN.v.233; AN.i.9; Dhp-a.i.289; Bdhd 101,…

kampati →

pts

…trembling Ja.iii.161; agitated, troubled (˚citta Ja.ii.337; ; not trembling, unhesitating, steadfast Ja.vi.293.

kamp to shake Dhtp….

kandara →

pts

…a river; the etym. is a popular one, viz. “kaṃ vuccati udakaṃ; tena dāritaṃ”) k-padarasākhā AN.i.243 = AN.ii.240; Pv-a.29.

Sk….

kandita →

pts

adjective weeping, lamenting Dāvs iv.46; a˚ not weeping Ja.iii.58. (n. nt.) crying, lamentation Ja.iii.57; Mil.148.

pp. of kandati

kanha →

pts

…with nīla, pīta, lohita, mañjeṭṭha at DN.ii.328 = MN.i.509 sq = MN.i.ii.201 (see also mañjeṭṭha)

###…

kanikāra →

pts

kaṇṇikāra Ja.iv.440; Ja.v.420; the difference stated at Ja.v.422 is kaṇi˚ = mahāpupphā kaṇṇi˚ = khuddakapupphā)

  1. (m.) the tree Pterospermum acerifolium Ja.i.40; Ja.v.295; Ja. …

kantita →

pts

…of kantati1

Kantita2

adjective cut off, severed, at Mil.240 better as kantita1, i.e. spun.

Sk. kṛtta pp. of…

kappa →

pts

…Ja.v.416; see also ṭhitakappiṃ Pp.13. -ṭṭhitika id. Dhp-a.i.50 (vera); Mil.108 (kammaṃ) (“sabbe pi magga-samangino puggalā…

kappaka →

pts

…(Pv.ii.9#37) or nahāpita (˚ā?) (DN-a.i.157) Vin. DN-a.i.344; DN-a.ii.182; DN.i.51 (= DN-a.i.157, in list of various occupations);…

kappatā →

pts

fitness, suitability DN-a.i.207.

abstr. fr. kappa

kappeti →

pts

…Ja.v.262; Bdhd 33; jīvitaṃ: to lead one’s life Pv-a.3, Pv-a.4, Pv-a.13; divāvihāraṃ to take the noonday rest Mhvs.19, Mhvs.79;…

kappita →

pts

  1. prepared, arranged, i.e. harnessed DN.i.49; Ja.vi.268; i.e. plaited DN-a.i.274; i.e. trimmed: -kesamassu “with hair & beard trimmed DN.ii.325; SN.iv.343; Ja.v.173, Ja.v.350; Ja.vi.268; Vv.73#1. …

kappiya →

pts

…according to rule, right, suitable, fitting, proper, appropriate (Pv-a.26 = anucchavika paṭirūpa) Ja.i.392; DN-a.i.9; Pv-a.25 Pv-a.141

kara →

pts

…Ja.i.355; Ja.iii.361;

  • -mita “to be measured with (two) hands,” in ˚majjhā, a woman of slender waist Ja.v.219;…

karavīka →

pts

…Sp. Avs.i.371 (Index p. 225, where references to Lalitavist. are given).

karaṇa →

pts

…where it explains kappita-kesa-massu, and Ja.v.309 & Dhp-a.i.253 where massukamma takes the place of ˚karaṇa, and Ja.iii.314, where it…

karaṇīya →

pts

…“khīṇā jāti vusitaṃ brahmacariyaṃ…” to mark the attainment of Arahantship DN.i.84; DN.ii.68 = DN.ii.153; Thig.223; Vin.i.14;…

kareṇu →

pts

elephant, in cpd. -lolita resounding with the noise made by elephants, of a forest Thig.373.

metathesis for kaṇeru, q.v., cp….

karin →

pts

…compounds kari.

  • -gajjita the cry of the elephant, an elephant’s trumpeting Dāvs v.56;
  • -vara an…

karoti →

pts

v. irreg. Of the endless variety of forms given by grammarians only the foll. are bona fide and borne out by passages from our texts (when bracketed found in gram. works only).

I. Act

  1. I …

karuṇā →

pts

…mettā is expl. as “hita-sukh-ûpanayakāmatā,” the desire of bringing (to one’s fellow-men) that which is welfare and good. Other…

karuṇāyati →

pts

…Vb.273; Vism.314. Der. -āyanā compassionateness Vb.87 = Vb.273 (and -āyitattaṃ ibid.).

v. den. fr. karuṇā; cp. BSk. karuṇāyati…

kasita →

pts

of kasati) ploughed, tilled Anvs.44; -a˚; untilled ibid. 27, 44
■ Cp. vi˚.

kasiṇa →

pts

…the k. meditation Dhs-a.413 -dosa fault of the k. object Vism.117, Vism.123 (the 4 faults of…

kata →

pts

…arahaṃ khīṇ’āsavo vusitavā ohitabhāro (cp. above i.1 b & arahant; ii.A MN.i.4, MN.i.235; Iti.38; Mil.138; -kicca having performed his…

kataveditā →

pts

gratefulness: see kataññutā.

abstr. fr. last

kataññutā →

pts

gratefulness (defined at Kp-a.144 as katassa jānanatā) Snp.265; Ja.i.122 (T. ˚nā variant reading ˚tā); Ja.iii.25; Pv.ii.9#7; Vv-a.63; Sdhp.497, Sdhp.540. In combination with *[kataveditā](/define/ka …

kathana →

pts

…narrating Kacc.130. Cp. kathita- akathana not talking or telling Ja.i.420; Ja.vi.424; not speaking fr. anger Ja.iv.108; Dhp-a.i.440.

*…

kathaṃ →

pts

…DN.ii.281.

  • -bhāvita how cultivated or practised? SN.v.119.
  • -kathā “saying how? how?”…

kathita →

pts

su˚; well said or told Ja.iv.73. As nt. with instr. Ja.iv.72 (tena kathitaṃ the discourse (given) by him).

pp. of katheti, cp. Sk. kathita

kathā →

pts

…e.g. chinna Snp.711; ṭhita˚ DN-a.i.73; madhura˚ Ja.iii.342; Ja.vi.255.

  • -ābhiññāṇa recollection due to speech Mil.78, Mil.79 *…

kattar →

pts

one who makes or creates, a maker, doer; in foll. construction.

I. Dependent

Either in verb-function with acc., as n. agent to all phrases with karoti e.g. pañhaṃ karo …

kattha →

pts

…Mil.77; Vv-a.14.

  • -ṭhita fig. in what condition or state? DN.ii.241 (corresp. with ettha); Ja.iv.110. *…

katthati →

pts

to boast Snp.783 (ppr. med. akatthamāna). Cp. pavikatthita.

cp. Sk. katthate, etym. unexplained

katthitar →

pts

ag. fr. katthati] a boaster Snp.930.

kañjaka →

pts

Name of a class of Titans Pv-a.272 (kāḷa-k˚-bhedā Asurā; should we read khañjaka? Cp. Hardy Manual of Buddhism 59).

kaṃsa →

pts

…(gold), considered more suitable to a fairy king 2. a bronze gong Dhp.134 (Dhp-a.iii.58). 3. a bronze dish Ja.i.336; āpānīya˚ a bronze…

kaṅgu →

pts

the panic seed, Panicum Italicum; millet used as food by the poor (cp. piyangu); mentioned as one of the seven kinds of grains (see…

kaṅkhana →

pts

doubting, doubt, hesitation MN-a.97; Dhs-a.259.

kaṅkhati →

pts

…(= oloketi). pp. kaṅkhita SN.iii.99; Snp.540 (+ vicikicchita);
inf kaṅkhituṃ SN.iv.350 = SN.iv.399 (+ vicikicchituṃ).

Sk….

kaṅkhā →

pts

…DN.ii.149; SN.iv.350.

  • -vitaraṇa overcoming of doubt Mil.233; Dhs-a.352, ˚visuddhi complete purification in…

kaṅkhāyanā →

pts

+ kaṅkhāyitatta (nt.) doubting and hesitation, doubtfulness, Cnd.1; Dhs.425, Dhs.1004, Dhs.1118; Dhs-a.259.

kaṅkhāyati →

pts

to doubt, pp. Kaṅkhāyita Snp.1021.

Denom. fr. kankhā

kaṇḍa →

pts

  1. the portion of a stalk or cane between one knot and another; the whole stalk or shaft; the shaft of an arrow, an arrow in general MN.i.429 (two kinds of arrows: kaccha & ropima, cp kaṇḍa-cittaka); …

kaṇḍita →

pts

at Ja.i.155 is misprint; read: kaṇḍam assa atthī ti kaṇḍī taṃ kaṇḍinaṃ.

kaṇḍu →

pts

…(fig.) worldly attachment irritation caused by the lusts, in “kaṇḍuṃ saṃhanti (as result of jhāna) AN.iv.437.

*…

kaṇḍuka →

pts

the itch, itchy feeling, irritation Ja.v.198.

kaṇḍuvati →

pts

…itch, to be itchy, to be irritated, to suffer from itch Vin.i.205; Vin.ii.121; Ja.v.198 (kaṇḍuvāyati) Dhp-a.iii.297 (kaṇḍūvantī). 2. to…

kaṇṇa →

pts

…cp. paṃsukita, malaggakita; kita = kata) spoiled, rusty, blunt Vin.ii.115 (of needles); dirty, mouldy Vin.i.48 (of a floor); Vin.ii.209 (of…

kaṇṭaka →

pts

-ācita covered with thorns Ja.v.167.

  • -ādhāna a thorny brake, a thorny hedge…

kaṇṭha →

pts

…tassita), Pv-a.180 (sūci˚ like a needle’s eye, cp. sūcicchidda variant reading sūcikaṭṭha “whose bones are…

kaṭasī →

pts

…Ud.72 = Ne.174; -vaḍḍhita SN.ii.178 sq. Cnd.664.

prob. a contamination of kaṭa + sīva(thikā), charnel-house, under influence of foll….

kaṭhati →

pts

…The pp. occurs as ˚kaṭṭhita ˚kuṭṭhita in cpds uk˚ pa˚ (q.v.). See also kuṭṭhita.

Sk. kvathati; cp. Goth. hvapo scum, hvapjan to…

kaṭi →

pts

…Vism.185.

  • -samohita (adj.) fastened or clinging to the waist Ja.v.206.
  • -thālaka a cert….

kaṭukañcukatā →

pts

…by “sankucitaṃ mukhaṃ akāsi” (see kuñcita)

kaṭṭha →

pts

…Ja.i.136.

kerāṭika →

pts

…(= saṭha)
■ a˚ honest, frank Ja.v.117 (= akitava, ajūtakara).

fr. kirāṭa

kesa →

pts

…(: keseh’ eva paṭicchādita-kopīnā) Pv.iii.1#6. -massu hair and beard; kappita-k˚-m˚ (adj.) with h. and b. dressed DN.i.104;…

ketu →

pts

…ketu, *(s)qait, clear; cp. Lat. caelum (= *caidlom), Ohg heitar, heit; Goth. haidus; E
■ hood, orig appearance, form, like

kevalin →

pts

…= SN.i.167
■ k. vusitavā uttamapuriso Nd ii.on tiṇṇa = AN.v.16
■ with gen.: brahmacariyassa k. “perfected in morality”…

keyya →

pts

(ger. of kayati) for sale Ja.vi.180 (= vikkiṇitabba).

keḷi →

pts

Keḷi1

feminine

  1. play, amusement, sport Pv-a.265 (= khiḍḍā); parihāsa merry play, fun Ja.i.116.
  2. playing at dice, gambling in -maṇḍala “circle of the game,” draught-board; *-ṃ bh …

keḷāyati →

pts

…(id.) Mil.73
pp keḷāyita.

Denom. fr. kīḷ in meaning “to amuse oneself with,” i.e. take a pride in. Always…

keḷāyita →

pts

desired, fondled, made much of Ja.iv.198 (explained with the ster. phrase kelāyati mamāyati pattheti piheti icchatī ti attho).

pp. of keḷāyati

keṭubhin →

pts

MN-a.152 (on MN.i.32) has “trained deceivers (sikkhitā kerātikā); very deceitful false all through”; MN.iii.6 = AN.iii.199.

deriv. unknown

khacita →

pts

…with ivory (danta-khacita) Vin.iii.287 (Sam. Pās.) Suvaṇṇa-khacita-gajak’ attharaṇā “elephants’ trappings interwoven with…

khajja →

pts

…viz. asita, pīta, khāyita sāyita Pv.i.5#2 (= Pv-a.25) Ja.i.58; Mil.2. -bhājaka a distributor of food (an office…

khajjati →

pts

…two) 2. to be itchy to be irritated by itch (cp. E. “itch” = Intens. of “eat”) Ja.v.198 (kh˚ kanduvāyati); Pv.ii.3#9 (kacchuyā kh˚) 3….

khalati →

pts

…Thag.45; Mil.187; pp. khalita q.v. Cp. upa˚, pa˚.

Dhtp.260: kampane; Dhtm.375: sañcalane; cp. Sk. skhalati, cp. Gr. σφάλλω to bring to…

khalita →

pts

…voice; Thag-a.211 = pakkhalita) Ja.i.78; Mil.94, Mil.408. 2. disturbed, treated badly Ja.vi.375
akhalita undisturbed Thag.512.

pp….

khallāta →

pts

…and Pv-a.67.

Sk. khalvāta, cp. khalita

khama →

pts

adjective (a) patient, forgiving. (b) enduring, bearing, hardened to (frost & heat, e.g.), fit for.

  1. kh. belongs to the lovable attributes of a bhikkhu (kh. rūpānaṃ, saddānaṃ, etc.; indulgent as re …

khambheti →

pts

…to put out, in pp khambhita (= vi˚) Cnd.220, where it explains khitta. ger. khambhiya: see *vi*˚.

Caus. fr. prec
■ Sk….

khandha →

pts

…Vism.100; Dhp-a.iv.168 (ohita˚-bhāra the load lifted off his shoulder). - 3. of a tree: the trunk. rukkhassa Pv-a.114, also as…

khandhaka →

pts

…& so khandhakaṃ niṭṭhitaṃ “here ends the chapter of…”); in cpd. -vatta, i.e. duties or observances specified in the v. khandha or…

khanti →

pts

Khanti & Khantī

f. patience, forbearance, forgiveness. Def. at Dhs.1341: khantī khamanatā adhivāsanatā acaṇḍikkaṃ anasuropo attamanatā cittassa Most frequent combinations: with *[mettā](/define/mettā …

khantī →

pts

Khanti & Khantī

f. patience, forbearance, forgiveness. Def. at Dhs.1341: khantī khamanatā adhivāsanatā acaṇḍikkaṃ anasuropo attamanatā cittassa Most frequent combinations: with *[mettā](/define/mettā …

khatta →

pts

…Ja.v.228 (paraphrased mātāpitaro pi māretvā attano va attho kāmetabbo ti “even at the expense of killing father and mother is wealth to be…

khattar →

pts

…kh˚ vuccati pucchita-pucchita-pañhaṃ vyākaraṇa-samattho mahāmatto: “kh˚ is called the King’s minister who is able to…

khaya →

pts

…upādāna˚, jāti˚, jīvita˚ taṇha˚, dukkha˚, puñña˚, bhava˚, loka˚, saṃyojana sabbadhamma˚, samudda˚.

  • -ātīta gone…

khaṇa →

pts

…of change); Vism.238 (jīvita˚), Vism.473; (khaṇa-vasena uppād’ ādi-khaṇa-ttaya, viz. uppāda, ṭhiti, bhanga, cp. p. Vism.431)…

khaṇḍa →

pts

…of old age in phrase kh˚ palitakesa, etc “with broken teeth and grey hair” AN.i.138 and ≈ Ja.i.59, Ja.i.79 (id.). *…

khaṇḍati →

pts

to break, Dhp-a.iv.14; pp. khaṇḍita broken, Pv-a.158 (-kaṇṇo = chinnakaṇṇo).

khema →

pts

…Thag-a.242);

  • -ṭṭhita peaceful, appeased, unmolested DN.i.135;
  • -dassin looking upon the Serene Snp.809; *…

khepita →

pts

…to waste, annihilated, khepitatta (nt.) the fact of being destroyed destruction, annihilation, Dhp-a.ii.163 (kilesavaṭṭassa kh.).

pp. of…

khetta →

pts

…(khette bījaṃ ropitaṃ); Mil.47; Pv-a.62; Dhp-a.i.98. Often as a mark of wealth = possession, e.g. DN.iii.93 in defn of…

kheḷa →

pts

…& kilis;*, cp. ukkheṭita. On root khela see keḷanā; it is given by Dhtp.279 in meaning “calana. The latter…

kheṭa →

pts

shield: see kīṭa.

cp. Sk. kheṭaka

khila →

pts

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

khipita →

pts

…= that which is thrown out; acc. to Trenckner Notes p. 75 for khupita fr. kṣu to sneeze; possibly a contamination of the two

khitta →

pts

thrown; cast, overthrown Dhp.34; rajo paṭivātaṃ kh˚, dirt thrown against the wind SN.i.13, SN.i.164 = Snp.662 = Dhp.125; Ja.iii.203; ratti-khittā sarā arrows shot in the night Dhp.304 = Ne.11; acchi …

khuṃseti →

pts

…DN-a.i.256 (= ghaṭṭeti); Vin.iv.7; Snp-a.357; Dhp-a.iv.38
pp khuṃsita Dhp-a.ii.75.

kruś? Dhtp.625: akkosane; cp. Müller P.G. 52

khādaka →

pts

…eating (nt.) Vism.479; eating, living on (adj. ˚), an eater Ja.iv.307; Pv-a.44; lohita-maṃsa˚ (of Yakkhas) Ja.i.133, Ja.i.266; camma˚…

khādati →

pts

…(= khāditvā)
grd khāditabba Ja.iii.52, and khādaniya (q.v.)
pp khādita (q.v.). Cp. pali˚.

Dhtp.155 “khāda bhakkhane”; cp. Sk….

khādita →

pts

…of khādita is khāyita, formed prob. on analogy of sāyita, with which freq….

khārī →

pts

…te kh-bh˚ ko pabbajita parikkhāro)

  • -bhāra a shoulder-yoke SN.i.169; Ja.iii.83;
  • -vidha =…

khāyita →

pts

see khādita; cp. avakkhāyika.

khīla →

pts

…Cnd.304#iii; Snp.28 (nikhāta, erected) Snp-a.479. Cp. inda˚.

  • -ṭṭhāyi-ṭhita standing like a post (of a stubborn horse AN.iv.192,…

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](/ …

khīyati →

pts

…khīyi DN.iii.93; grd. khīyitabba ibid see also khāya and khīyanaka. In phrase “ujjhāyati khīyati vipāceti it seems to correspond to…

khīḷeti →

pts

…or to…

khīṇa →

pts

…formula “kh. j vusitaṃ brahmacariyaṃ kataṃ karaṇīyaṃ nâparaṃ itthattāya,” denoting the attainment of Arahantship (See…

kiccha →

pts

…Ja.i.191 (paṭijaggita), Ja.v.331 (id.) abl. kicchā id. Ja.v.330
akiccha (˚-) without difficulty, easily, in phrase…

kikita →

pts

? dense, thick (?) SS at SN.iv.289 (for kuṭṭhita), said of the heat.

kila →

pts

…sma). In questions it is dubitative, while in ordinary statements it gives the appearance of probability, rather than certainty to the sentence….

kilameti →

pts

to be tired or fatigued Ja.i.115; ppr. kilamayanto DN.i.52
pp kilamita.

denom. fr. kilama

kilamita →

pts

worn out, tired, fatigued Pv.ii.8#3.

pp. of kilameti

kilesa →

pts

…(which is kilesa), the meditation on the Path, and the realization of the extinction of evil ‣See Cnd s.v. dukkha ii. Kilesa in this connection…

kilikilāyati →

pts

…variations of the sound-imitating qel, which otherwise appears as qal, qul in Gr. κελ αδος, L….

kiliṭṭha →

pts

…Ja.iv.190; Pv-a.195 (of a gaṇikā); together with kuthita Mil.250.

pp of kilissati

kira →

pts

…sma). In questions it is dubitative, while in ordinary statements it gives the appearance of probability, rather than certainty to the sentence….

kiraṇa →

pts

…workshop Ja.iv.223. Cp. kita & kittima. 2. [fr. kṛ; kirati to scatter, cp. pp. kiṇṇa] scattering, effusion (of sun rays), effulgence…

kirīṭin →

pts

adjective enveloped, adorned Pv.iii.9#1 (= veṭhitasīsa).

kita →

pts

…the ground at Vin.i.48 Vin.ii.209; and paṃsu˚; soiled with dust Vin.ii.121, Vin.ii.174. Kitava & kitava

pp. of kṛ; with i for a, cp….

kitava →

pts

Kitava & kitavā

one who plays false; a cheat; adj. deceitful SN.i.24; Ja.v.116; Ja.v.117 (a˚)
■ kitavā at Dhp.252 (= Dhp-a.iii.375) in…

kitavā →

pts

Kitava & kitavā

one who plays false; a cheat; adj. deceitful SN.i.24; Ja.v.116; Ja.v.117 (a˚)
■ kitavā at Dhp.252 (= Dhp-a.iii.375) in…

kitteti →

pts

…to be praised Pv-a.9
aor akittayi Snp.875, Snp.921

pp kittita.

v. den. fr. kitti

kittita →

pts

told Bdhd 124; su˚ well told Snp.1057.

pp. of kitteti

kiñcana →

pts

…diṭṭhi, kilesa, duccarita); as obstruction (palibujjhana), consisting in rāga, etc. at Dhp-a.iii.258 (on Dhp.200). Khīṇa-saṃsāro na…

kiṃ →

pts

…DN.i.14, etc.; kiṃ nissita to what purpose Snp.1043
■ Loc. kismiṃ in what or what about: kismiṃ vivādo “what is the quarrel…

kiṇakiṇāyati →

pts

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

kiṭaka →

pts

only at Pv.i.92,4, of clothes which are changed into missā kiṭakā, which is expl. at Pv-a.44 by kiṭakasadisāni lohapaṭṭasadisāni bhavanti “they become like (hot) copper plates.”

doubtful

klesa →

pts

…(which is kilesa), the meditation on the Path, and the realization of the extinction of evil ‣See Cnd s.v. dukkha ii. Kilesa in this connection…

kodha →

pts

…= Vv-a.69. Yo ye uppatitaṃ kodhaṃ rathaṃ bhantaṃ va dhāraye tam ahaṃ sārathiṃ brūmi. “He who restrains rising anger as he…

komudī →

pts

moonlight; the full-moon day in the month Kattika, usually in phrase komudī catumāsinī Vin.i.155, Vin.i.176, sq.; DN.i.47 (explained at DN-a.i.139 as: tadā kira kumudāni supupphitāni honti) or in ph …

kontīmant →

pts

at Ja.vi.454 is explained by camma-kāra, thus “worker in leather (-shields or armour),” with der. fr konta (“satthitāya kontāya likhattā…”), but reading and meaning are uncertain.

kopa →

pts

…and mistrust“ (of a “codita” bhikkhu) DN.iii.159; SN.iv.305; MN.i.96 sq., MN.i.250, MN.i.442; AN.i.124, AN.i.187 AN.ii.203; AN.iii.181 sq.;…

kopeti →

pts

to set into agitation, to shake, to disturb: rājadhamme akopetvā not disturbing the royal rules Pv-a.161; Ja.ii.366 = Dhp-a.iv.88; kammaṃ…

korajika →

pts

adjective affected, excitable, infatuated Mnd.226 = Cnd.342 (variant reading kocaraka) = Vism.26 (variant reading korañjika).

fr. ku + raj or…

korakita →

pts

adjective full of buds Vv-a.288.

fr. koraka

kosa →

pts

…granary) AN.iii.57;

  • -ohita ensheathed, in phrase kosohita vatthaguyha “having the pudendum in a bag.” Only in the brahmin…

kosajja →

pts

idleness, sloth, indolence; explained at Vb.369
■ Vin.ii.2; SN.v.277–SN.v.280; AN.i.11, AN.i.16 AN.ii.218; AN.iii.375, AN.iii.421; AN.v.146 sq.; AN.v.159 sq.; AN.iv.195; Dhp.241; Mil.351; Vism.132; …

kovida →

pts

…and paṇḍita SN.i.146, SN.i.194, SN.i.196 (ceto-pariyāya˚); AN.ii.46; MN.i.1, MN.i.7 MN.i.135,…

koṭṭeti →

pts

…(pharasunā)

pp koṭṭita
caus koṭṭāpeti to cause to beat, to massage Vin.ii.266; Ja.iv.37 (ṭṭ the only…

koṭṭhaka →

pts

…bath-room behind a hermitage Ja.iii.71; Dhp-a.ii.19; a gateway Vin.ii.77; usually in cpd. dvāra-k˚; “door cavity, i.e. room over the…

koṭṭita →

pts

beaten down, made even Vism.254, Vism.255.

pp. of kotteti

kucchita →

pts

…Vism.470; in def. of paṃsu-kūla Vism.60.

Sk. kutsita, pp. of kutsāy

kuddāla →

pts

spade or a hoe (kanda-mūla-phalagahaṇ’atthaṃ DN-a.i.269) Vin.iii.144; Ja.v.45; Dhp-a.iv.218 Often in combination kuddāla-piṭaka “hoe and basket DN.i.101; SN.ii.88; SN.v.53; AN.i.204; AN.ii.199; …

kuhanā →

pts

…(fr. kuhanā) and kuhitattaṃ (fr. kuheti) to be found at Vism.26.

  • -vatthūni (pl.) cases or opportunities of deceit, three of which…

kujjhana →

pts

adjective angry = kodhana Vv-a.71; Pp-a.215 (˚bhāva). Kujjhanā (f.) anger, irritation together with kujjhitattaṃ in defn of kodha Dhs.1060 Pp.18, Pp.22.

fr. kujjhati

kujjhati →

pts

…Ja.iii.22; na kujjheyya Dhp.224; ger. kujjhitvā Pv-a.117, grd. kujjhitabba Pv.iv.1#11.

cp. Vedic krunhyate, fr. krudh

kukkucca →

pts

…(in combination with ukkāsita & khipitasadda); hattha˚ alone Ja.ii.142. 2. remorse, scruple worry. In this sense often with vippaṭissāra; and…

kukkuccāyati →

pts

to feel remorse, to worry AN.i.85; Pp.26. Der. are kukkuccāyanā and ˚āyitatta = kukkucca in def. at Dhs.1160 = Cnd. s.v.

denom. fr. kukkucca

kukkura →

pts

…(adj.) imitating a dog, cynic MN.i.387 (+ dukkara kāraka; also as k˚-vata, ˚sīla, ˚citta, ˚ākappa) DN.iii.6, DN.iii.7;…

kula →

pts

(nt.; but poetic pl. kulā Pv.ii.9#43)

  1. clan a high social grade, “good family,” cp. Gr. (doric) φυά, Goth. kuni. A collection of cognates and agnates, in sense of Ohg. sippa, clan; “house” in sense …

kumbha →

pts

  1. a round jar, waterpot (= kulālabhājana earthenware Dhp-a.i.317), frequent in similes, either as illustrating fragility or emptiness and fullness: AN.i.130, AN.i.131 = Pp.32; AN.v.337; SN.ii.83; Mi …

kumāra →

pts

-pañhā questions suitable for a boy Kp iii.;

  • -lakkhaṇa divination by means of a young male child (+…

kupita →

pts

…“angry and displeased” Vin.ii.189; DN.i.3, DN.i.90 (= DN-a.i.255 kuddha)

■ As nt. kupitaṃ disturbance in paccanta˚; a…

kuppati →

pts

…disturbed Ja.iv.446 (cp. kupita).

Sk. kupyate, *qup to be agitated, to shake = Lat. cupio, cupidus, “to crave with agitation,” cp…

kusala →

pts

…by; kucchita and salana, viz. kucchita-salanādi atthena kusalaṃ Vv-a.169; kucchite pāpadhamme…

kusalatā →

pts

…signs Vv-a.138; aparicita˚ neglect in acquiring good qualities Pv-a.67. For foll. cp Mrs. Rh. D. Dhs. trsl. pp. 345–⁠348; āpatti˚…

kusumita →

pts

adjective in flower, blooming Vv-a.160, Vv-a.162.

kusīta →

pts

…inactive. Expl. by kāma-vitakkādīhi vitakkehi vītināmanakapuggalo Dhp-a.ii.260; by nibbiriyo Dhp-a.iii.410; by alaso Pv-a.175, Often…

kusītatā →

pts

in a˚ alertness, brightness, keenness Vv-a.138.

abstr. fr. kusīta

kuthati →

pts

… pp kuthita.

Sk. kvathati cp. kaṭhati, kaṭhita, kuṭṭhita, ukkaṭṭhita & upakūḷita2

kuthita →

pts

…= Kp-a.58. Cp. vikkuthita. 2. digested Vism.345. 3. fig. tormented, distressed (perhaps: rotten, foul, cp. kilijjati = pūti hoti) Mil.250…

kutta →

pts

…as kappita-vāla; cp. kappita).

Der. fr. kattā = Sk. kṛtṛ as kṛttra = P. kutta, cp. Sk. kṛtrima artificial = P. kuttima, in caus
pass…

kuñcita →

pts

…evidently taking kuñcita as a sort of earring); of Petas, Sdhp.102.

pp. of kuñc or kruñc; cp. Sk. kruñcati, to be crooked, Lat….

kuñja →

pts

…(kuñjaro ti kuñje giritale ramati and Pv-a.57 (kuṃ pathaviṃ jīrayati kuñjo suvāraṃ aticarati kuñjaro ti). -nadī˚; a river…

kuṇa →

pts

…cp Pv-a.123. kuṇita paṭikuṇita an-ujubhūta); Dhp-a.iii.71 (kāṇa˚ blind and lame).

cp. kuṇi lame from *qer, to bend =…

kuṇalin →

pts

…S.S. Kuṇḍalī˚), explained Pv-a.123 by mukhavikārena vikuṇitaṃ (or vikucitaṃ SS.) sakuṇitaṃ (better: sankucitaṃ) (cp. Sk….

kuṇita →

pts

(or kuṇika) = kuṇa Pv-a.123, Pv-a.125 (or should it be kucita?). Cp. paṭi˚.

kuṇḍala →

pts

…mouth“ Ja.v.205 (= kuñcita), Ja.v.438. In sāgara˚ it means the ocean belt Mil.220 = Ja.iii.32 (where expl. as sāgaramajjhe dīpavasena…

kuṇṭhita →

pts

…be corrected to guṇṭhita covered with dust (see guṇṭheti) The variant reading at both…

kuṭṭhita →

pts

…uttatta) Pgdp.33. See also kathati kuthati, ukkaṭṭhita & pakkuṭṭhita.

kā →

pts

indeclinable interj. imitating the crow’s cry: kā kā Ja.iv.72.

Kā˚

in composition, is assimilated (and contracted) form of kad˚ as…

kāla →

pts

…date, fixed time or 2 suitable time, proper time, good time, opportunity Cp. Gr. καιρίς and ὡρα; or 3 time of death, death.
1…

kāma →

pts

…pahīna MN.iii.295; gathita mucchita MN.i.173; mā te kāmaguṇe bhamassu cittaṃ “Let not thy heart roam in the fivefold pleasures…

kāmeti →

pts

…pp. kāmita in kāmita-vatthu the desired object Pv-a.119; Vv-a.122; grd. kāmitabba to be desired, desirable Pv-a.16…

kāmin →

pts

adjective

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

kāreti →

pts

…to build, etc.; pp. kārita; der. -kārāpaṇa the construction of (vihāra˚ Dhp-a.i.416. For details see…

kāritā →

pts

Err:501

kārāpita →

pts

made to do Ja.vi.374.

pp. of kārāpeti, Caus. of karoti

kāya →

pts

…Bdhd 16, 20, 157;

  • -phandita (nt.) bodily activity Ja.iii.25
  • -baddha fastened to the body, appl. to…

kāḷa →

pts

…date, fixed time or 2 suitable time, proper time, good time, opportunity Cp. Gr. καιρίς and ὡρα; or 3 time of death, death.
1…

kāḷaka →

pts

…with nīla, pītaka, lohitaka odāta, k˚, mañjeṭṭha; of a robe AN.ii.241; f. kāḷikā Vv-a.103
■ (nt.) a black spot, a stain, also…

kīdisa →

pts

…Snp.1089 (= kiṃ saṇṭhita Cnd; Pv.ii.6#3; Pv-a.50, Pv-a.51; Vv-a.76)
■ As Np. SN.iv.193
■ See also Kīrisa.

cp. Sk. kīdṛś =…

kīta →

pts

bought Ja.i.224 (˚dāsa a bought slave), Ja.ii.185.

pp. of kiṇāti

kīḷati →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.100
pp kīḷita. Caus. ii. kīḷāpeti to make play, to train Ja.ii.267 (sappaṃ…

kīḷita →

pts

…festival) AN.iv.55 (hasitalapita˚); Pv-a.76 (sādhu˚)
■ (nt.) amusement, sport celebration MN.i.229 (kīḷita-jātaṃ kīḷati). Cp….

kīṭa →

pts

general term for insect Dhp-a.i.187; usually in combination with paṭanga, beetle (moth? MN.iii.168 (with puḷava); Snp.602; Ja.vi.208; Mil.272 (˚vaṇṇa); Pv-a.67; Vism.115. kīṭa at J …

kīṭaka →

pts

one or all kinds of insects Vin.i.188.

kūjati →

pts

…“avyatte…

kūṭa →

pts

…pabbatakūṭaṃ viya ṭhita);

  • -poṇa at Vism.268 is to be read
  • -goṇa: see…

lagana →

pts

…sanga); Cnd.p.188 (s. v nissita, in sequence l., bandhana, palibodha); Mil.105; Dhp-a.iii.433. 2. slinging round, making fast Vv-a.212.

fr. lag

lagati →

pts

…reading)
pp lagga & laggita; -Caus. laggeti to make stick to, to fasten, tie, hang up Vin.i.209; Vin.ii.117, Vin.ii.152;…

laggana →

pts

…sanga); Cnd.p.188 (s. v nissita, in sequence l., bandhana, palibodha); Mil.105; Dhp-a.iii.433. 2. slinging round, making fast Vv-a.212.

fr. lag

laggati →

pts

…reading)
pp lagga & laggita; -Caus. laggeti to make stick to, to fasten, tie, hang up Vin.i.209; Vin.ii.117, Vin.ii.152;…

laggita →

pts

…adhering; obstructed Ja.iv.11. Often in exegetical style in sequence lagga laggita, palibuddha, e.g. Cnd.p.188 (s. v. nissita) cp. No….

lahukā →

pts

…(āpatti); AN.iv.137 (jīvitaṃ parittaṃ l.) Mil.344 (āpatti). 2. light, buoyant Thag.104 (kāyo) Dhs.648; Mil.105; Pv-a.280. atilahukaṃ

lajjati →

pts

…to be ashamed, to put to the blush Ja.iii.137; Ja.v.296
pp lajjita.

lajj; Dhtp.72: lajjane

lajjita →

pts

ashamed, bashful Sdhp.35
■ f. lajjitā as n. abstr. “bashfulness” Dhp-a.i.188.

pp. of lajjati

lajjitabbaka →

pts

something to be ashamed of, a cause of shame, disgrace Ja.vi.395.

grd. of lajjati + ka

lakkhaṇa →

pts

…(kamma˚; bāla˚ & paṇḍita˚, together with bāla-paṇḍitanimitta); Mil.111 (sata-puñña˚, of the Buddha); Vv-a.71…

lakkheti →

pts

to mark, distinguish, characterize Ne.30
pp lakkhita
■ Cp. upa˚.

Denom. fr. lakkha

lakkhita →

pts

see abhi˚.

pp. of lakkheti

lambati →

pts

…Mhvs.21, Mhvs.15
pp lambita
■ Cp. abhi˚, pa˚, vi˚.

lamb; cp. Lat. limbus “limb,” which may be also in E….

lambita →

pts

hanging down, suspended Mhvs.27, Mhvs.38; Mhvs.30, Mhvs.67.

pp. of lambeti

lapati →

pts

…§ 204) Ud.21
pp lapita
caus 2 lapāpeti Dhp-a.ii.157.

lap, cp. Russ. lépet talk, Cymr. llêf voice. The…

lapita →

pts

talked, uttered, muttered Iti.98.

pp. of lapati

lañca →

pts

…Ja.v.184; Ja.vi.408 (gahita, bribes received); Dhp-a.i.269 (˚ṃ adāsi); Dhp-a.iv.1; Pv-a.209. The word is a word peculiar to the…

lañchita →

pts

sealed Ja.i.227 (pihita-lañchitā vā loha-cātiyo).

pp. of lañcheti

laḷati →

pts

…cp. upa˚
pp laḷita: see pa˚.

lal, onomat. cp. Lat. lallo “lull”; Sk. lalallā; Gr. λάλος talkative; λαλέω talk;…

laṅghi →

pts

Laṅghi (Laṅghī)

feminine

  1. a kind of deer (?) Ja.vi.537.
  2. doubtful of meaning & origin in phrase; laṅghī-pitāmahā at Ja.ii.363 = Ja.iii.226: “whose grandfather was a deer, or a jumper” (?); us …

laṅghī →

pts

Laṅghi (Laṅghī)

feminine

  1. a kind of deer (?) Ja.vi.537.
  2. doubtful of meaning & origin in phrase; laṅghī-pitāmahā at Ja.ii.363 = Ja.iii.226: “whose grandfather was a deer, or a jumper” (?); us …

lekheti →

pts

to (make a) scratch Ja.iv.402
pp lekhita.

Caus. of likhati or Denom. of lekha

lekhita →

pts

drawn (of lines), pencilled Thig.256.

pp. of lekheti

leṇa →

pts

…name for 5 kinds of hermitages, viz. vihāra, aḍḍhayoga, pāsāda, hammiya guhā. The expln of leṇa at Vb-a.366 runs as…

likhati →

pts

…(inf. likhituṃ)

pp likhita
■ Cp. vi.˚
caus 1 lekheti (q.v.).
caus 2…

likhita →

pts

…marked, proscribed, made an outlaw Vin.i.75. Cp. ullikhita.

pp. of likhati

likhitaka →

pts

adjective one who has been proscribed, an outlaw Vin.i.75 (cora).

likhita + qualifying ending ka

loha →

pts

…“red”; see also rohita & lohita

lohita →

pts

…a sacrifice of blood DN.i.9; DN-a.i.93.

cp. Vedic lohita & rohita; see also P. rohita “red”

lohitaka →

pts

…(pūti˚ gabbha) Vism.179, Vism.194.

fr. lohita

lohitaṅka →

pts

…found in Vedic and Class. Sk. a later term for “ruby” is lohitaka. In the older language lohitāṅga denotes the…

loka →

pts

…explained as “anatthanissitaṃ… vitaṇḍa-sallāpaṃ lokāyatika-vādaṃ na seveyya,” thus more like “sophistry” or casuistry)…

lokika →

pts

…to the world of, an inhabitant of (as lokika) Pv.i.6#2 (Yama˚) 3. common, general worldly Vism.89 (samādhi);…

lokiya →

pts

…to the world of, an inhabitant of (as lokika) Pv.i.6#2 (Yama˚) 3. common, general worldly Vism.89 (samādhi);…

lola →

pts

…wavering, unsteady, agitated; longing, eager greedy SN.iv.111; Snp.22, Snp.922; Ja.i.49 (buddha-mātā lolā na hoti), Ja.i.111, Ja.i.210,…

loleti →

pts

to make shake or unsteady AN.iii.188 (khobheti +)
pp lolita.

Caus. fr. luḷ, see luḷati

lolita →

pts

agitated, shaken Thig.373 (= ālolita Thag-a.252).

pp. of loleti

loluppa →

pts

…Vism.61; & with exegetical synonyms; loluppāyanā & loluppāyitattaṃ at Dhs.1059 Dhs.1136.

abstr. fr. lolupa

loma →

pts

…taken as a by-form of patita: see panna-loma Vin.ii.5 (= pannalomo hoti C.); Vin.iii.183; MN.i.442. Cp. anu˚, paṭi˚,…

loḷa →

pts

…wavering, unsteady, agitated; longing, eager greedy SN.iv.111; Snp.22, Snp.922; Ja.i.49 (buddha-mātā lolā na hoti), Ja.i.111, Ja.i.210,…

lubbhana →

pts

…e.g. at Dhs.32 (where also the enlarged abstr. formation lubbhitatta) & Vism.465, Vism.468 (lubbhana-mattaṃ lobha).

fr. lubh

ludda →

pts

…ca kurūra-kammantā lohita-pāṇitāya, macchaghātakamigabandhaka-sākuṇik’ādayo idha adhippetā); Vv.63#1 Ja.ii.154 (˚putta =…

luta →

pts

seems to be a legitimate spelling representing either lutta or lūna, in meaning “cut, cut off”. Thus at SN.i.5 (nalo va harito luto), SN.i.126 = Ja.vi.25; and at S …

luñcati →

pts

…alocayiṃ)
pp luñcita.

Vedic luñcati, luc or luñc, to Lat. runco to pull up weeds; Gr. ῥυκάνη plane….

luñcita →

pts

plucked, pulled Mil.240 (i.e. combed, of wool; Rh. D. trsls “pressed”; Nyānatiloka “cut”); Pv-a.47 (vilūna-kesa +).

pp. of luñcati

luḷati →

pts

…l. āvilati)
pp luḷita.

cp. Epic Sanskrit loṭh to move & dial.; luḍ, loḍayati, to stir, agitate, which is a…

luḷita →

pts

…(udakaṃ parittaṃ luḷitaṃ āvilaṃ) Ja.vi.63; Mnd.488 (āvila +); Mil.35, Mil.177, Mil.220 (˚citta), Mil.383 (a˚); Dhs-a.328…

luṭati →

pts

…l. āvilati)
pp luḷita.

cp. Epic Sanskrit loṭh to move & dial.; luḍ, loḍayati, to stir, agitate, which is a…

lābha →

pts

…(our) gain,“ “it is profitable,” “good for me that” etc.; e.g. Mil.17 (lābhā no tāta, suladdhaṃ no tāta), Mil.232 (lābhā vata…

lāja →

pts

…Ja.vi.42 (vippakiṇṇa-lāja-kusuma-vāsa-dhūp’ andhakāra); Dhp-a.i.140…

lājā →

pts

…Ja.vi.42 (vippakiṇṇa-lāja-kusuma-vāsa-dhūp’ andhakāra); Dhp-a.i.140…

lālapana →

pts

…Vb-a.104;…

lālapati →

pts

…Ja.iii.217; Mil.148, Mil.275; Mhvs.32, Mhvs.68. pp. lālappita.

Intens. of lapati

lālappana →

pts

…Vb-a.104;…

lālappati →

pts

…Ja.iii.217; Mil.148, Mil.275; Mhvs.32, Mhvs.68. pp. lālappita.

Intens. of lapati

lālappita →

pts

  1. talking much, wailing Mil.148 (paridevita-l- mukha).
  2. (nt.) much talk, excited talk, talking Ja.vi.498.

pp. of lālappati

lāmaka →

pts

…Ja.i.285; Ja.ii.346 (for itarā) Dhp-a.ii.61 (pāpikā l. diṭṭhi)
■ Cp. Dhs. trsl.2 § 1025.

seems to be a specific Pāli…

lāpana →

pts

muttering, utterance, speech Iti.98; AN.i.165 (lapita˚). Perhaps also to be read at Thig.73
■ Cp. upa˚.

fr. lāpeti, Caus. of lap

lāyati →

pts

…Pv-a.40)
pp lāyita.

for. *lāvati, , for which the ordinary form is lunāti (q.v.), y for v as freq. in…

lāyita →

pts

cut, reaped Ja.iii.130 (tiṇaṃ na lāyita-pubbaṃ); Vism.419 (˚ṭṭhāna place where one has reaped).

pp. of lāyati, lāyeti

līyitatta →

pts

Err:509

lūkha →

pts

adjective

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

maccha →

pts

…the species Cyprinus rohita Ja.ii.433; Ja.iii.333; Dhp-a.ii.132 On maccha in simile see J.P.T.S. 1907, 121. Of names of fishes several are…

macchara →

pts

adjective niggardly envious, selfish Pgdp.ii.49
maccharaṃ (nt.) avarice envy AN.iv.285; Snp.811, Snp.862, Snp.954 (vīta-macchara, adj.).

Vedic matsara & matsarin enjoyable; later period also “ …

maccharāyanā →

pts

Maccharāyitatta (nt.) the condition of selfishness, both expressions in defn of macchariya at Dhs.1122; Pp.19,…

mada →

pts

…(yobbana˚, ārogya˚ jīvita˚); Pv-a.86 (māna˚), Pv-a.280 (bhoga˚)
■ The traditional exegesis distinguishes only 3 mada’s, viz….

madda →

pts

…Name of a country & its inhabitants, in -raṭṭha Snp-a.68 sq. ˚rājakula Kp-a.73.

  • -viṇā a sort of girdle Vin.ii.136.

fr. mṛd,…

maddati →

pts

…4 (aor maddayi)
caus 2 maddāpeti to cause to be threshed Vin.ii.180
pp maddita. See also pari˚.

cp. Vedic…

maddava →

pts

…reigning in Sāgala, the capital of Madda. 3. withered Dhp.377 (= milāta Dhp-a.iv.112)

■ nt. maddavaṃ mildness softness, gentleness…

maddhita →

pts

see *pari*˚.

of mṛdh

maddita →

pts

  1. kneaded, mixed, in su˚; Vism.124.
  2. crushed, defeated, in su˚; Mil.284

■ Cp. pa˚, pari˚.

pp. of maddeti, see maddati

madhu →

pts

honey Ja.i.157 sq.; Ja.iv.117; Dhp.69 (madhū vā read as madhuvā); Mhvs.5, Mhvs.53; Dhs-a.330; Dhp-a.ii.197 (alla fresh honey)
■ pl. madhūni Mhvs.5, Mhvs.31
■ The Abhp (533) also gives “wine fr …

magga →

pts

…enumerated; viz. paññā, vitakka, sammāvācā s-kammanta, s-ājīva, viriya, sati, samādhi micchā-diṭṭhi, micchā-vācā, m-kammanta,…

mahant →

pts

…on the same grounds as esitatta in mahesi Dhp-a.iv.232.

  • -esi [mahā + isi; Sk. maharṣi] a great Sage AN.ii.26;…

mahati →

pts

…Vv-a.258); Vv.64#22 (ppr. mahīyamāna pūjiyamāna Vv-a.282). pp. mahita.

mah; explained by Dhtp.331 as…

mahita →

pts

honoured, revered MN.ii.110; Mil.278; Sdhp.276.

pp. of mahati or mahīyati

majjati →

pts

…Cp. sam˚
pp majjita & maṭṭha.

mṛj to clean, polish; connected with either Lat. mergo (cp. Gr. ἀμέργω) or Lat. mulgeo…

majjhima →

pts

adjective

  1. middle medium, mediocre, secondary, moderate
    ■ Applied almost exclusively in contrast pairs with terms of more or less, in triplets like “small-medium-big,” or “first-middle-las …

majjita →

pts

cleaned, polished Vv-a.340 (suṭṭhu m. for sumaṭṭha Vv.84#17). See also maṭṭha.

pp. of majjati2

makkha →

pts

…Cnd.484 makkhāyanā makkhāyitattaṃ niṭṭhuriya-kammaṃ, i.e. hardness, mercilessness); Dhp.150, Dhp.407; Ja.v.141; Vb.357, Vb.380, Vb.389;…

makkheti →

pts

…ii. makkhāpeti to cause to be anointed Ja.i.486; Dhp-a.i.400
pp makkhita.

Caus. of mṛkṣ; Dhtp.538: makkhaṇa

makkhita →

pts

…Ja.v.71 (ruhira˚); Ja.vi.391.

pp. of…

makkhāyanā →

pts

Makkhāyitatta (nt.) the fact of concealment, hypocrisy: in exegesis of makkha at Cnd.484; Pp.18, Pp.22.

abstr. fr. makkha

makula →

pts

…(where Vism.256 has makulita, & Kp-a.53 mukulita). 2. a knob Ja.i.31; Ja.ii.90; Vism.253 (kandala˚). 3. variant reading at Cnd.485 B for…

makuṭa →

pts

crest Abhp.283 (kirīṭa + , i.e. adornment).

cp. BSk. makuṭa Divy.411

mama →

pts

…Snp.220 (= mamatta-virahita Snp-a.276); Pv.iv.1#34 (= mamankāra-virahita Pv-a.230) Ja.iv.372; Ja.vi.259. See also amama,…

mamma →

pts

soft spot of the body, a vital spot (in the Vedas chiefly between the ribs near the heart), joint. A popular etym. and expln of the word…

mamāyati →

pts

…Mhvs.20, Mhvs.4
pp mamāyita.

Denom. fr. mama, cp. Sk. mamāyate in same meaning (not with Böhtlingk & Roth: envy) at…

mamāyita →

pts

…pp. SN.ii.94 (etaṃ ajjhositaṃ, m., parāmaṭṭhaṃ); Snp.119; Dhp-a.i.11
■ (nt.:) Snp.466, Snp.777, Snp.805, Snp.950 = Dhp.367…

mana(s) →

pts

…MN.iii.57; Ja.iv.195. -vitakka a thought (of mind SN.i.207 = Snp.270 (mano is in C. on this passage explained as…

manaṃ →

pts

adverb “by a certain weight,” i.e. a little, somewhat, almost, well-nigh, nearly. combined with vata in exclamation: MN.ii.123 (m. v. bho anassāma); Dhp-a.iii.147 (m. v. therī nāsi …

manda →

pts

…yielding little result unprofitable (of udaka, water, with respect to fish; and gocara, feeding on fishes) Ja.i.221. 3. picu* (or…

manesikā →

pts

…mind-reading; a practice forbidden to bhikkhus DN.i.7 (= m. nāma manasā cintita-jānana-kīḷā DN-a.i.86); Vin.ii.10.

mano +…

mano →

pts

…MN.iii.57; Ja.iv.195. -vitakka a thought (of mind SN.i.207 = Snp.270 (mano is in C. on this passage explained as…

manta →

pts

…parivattenti brahma-cintitaṃ Pv.ii.6#13 (= veda Pv-a.97) = Vv.63#16 (= veda Vv-a.265)
■ n. pl. also mantāni meaning “Vedas”:…

mantar →

pts

…Toevoegselen

s. v. hesitates and only comes half near the truth. The Index to Pj. marks the word with? SN.i.57 (+ dhīra; translation…

manteti →

pts

…Snp-a.169

pp mantita
■ Cp. ā˚.

cp. Vedic mantrayati; mant is given at Dhtp in meaning of gutta-bhāsana,…

mantin →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) giving or observing counsel SN.i.236
  2. (n.) counsellor, minister Ja.vi.437 (paṇḍita m.).

fr. manta

mantita →

pts

  1. considered Thag.9; Mil.91.
  2. advised, given as counsel Ja.vi.438; DN-a.i.273.

pp. of manteti

maraṇa →

pts

…ending in death (of jīvita, life) Dhp-a.iii.111, Dhp-a.iii.170.

  • -pāra “the other side of death,” Np. at Mnd.154…

masāragalla →

pts

…always stands next to lohitaṅka. The same combination (with lohit.) is found at Vv.36#3; Vv.78#3 = Vv.81#3…

mata →

pts

Mata1

thought, understood, considered (as = -˚), only late in use Vb.2 (hīna˚ paṇīta˚, doubtful reading); Sdhp.55; Mhvs.25, Mhvs.55 (tassā matena according to her opinion); Mhvs.25, Mhvs. …

mathati →

pts

…mathayitabbā)
pp mathita. See also abhimatthati (sic) &…

mathita →

pts

…buttermilk Vin.ii.301 (amathita-kappa). 2. upset, mentally unbalanced state, disturbance of mind through passion conceit, etc. MN.i.486 (maññita…

matimant →

pts

adjective sensible, intelligent, wise, metri causâ as matīmā (fr. matimanto, pl.) at Snp.881 (= matimā paṇḍitā Mnd.289).

mati + mant

matta →

pts

one drop Pv-a.100; rodita˚ MN.ii.24 3. (positive) as much as, so much, some, enough (of); vibhava riches enough Ja.v.40; kā pi…

matteyya →

pts

…Pv.ii.7#18 (= mātu hita Pv-a.104 variant reading mett˚). Spelling at DN.iii.72 is metteyya. It is difficult to decide about correct…

mayūkha →

pts

…viz. a peg for fastening a weft etc., Zimmer Altind. Leben

mañjarita →

pts

adjective with (full-grown) pedicles, i.e. in open flower Mil.308 (˚patta in full bloom).

fr. mañjari

mañjeṭṭha →

pts

…with nīla, pīta, lohitaka, odāta; e.g. at Vin.i.25; SN.ii.101 (f. mañjeṭṭhā); Vv.22#1 (Hardy in T. reads mañjaṭṭha, as twice at…

mañjeṭṭhaka →

pts

…pīta, mañjeṭṭhaka, lohitaka, odāta* as the 5 fundamental colours: MN.i.509 (has ˚eṭṭhika in T. but variant reading ˚eṭṭhaka);…

maññita →

pts

illusion, imagination MN.i.486. Nine maññitāni (the same list is applied to the phanditāni, the papañcitāni & sankhatāni) at Vb.390: asmi, ayam aham asmi, bhavissaṃ, na bhavissaṃ rūpī bhavissaṃ, arū …

maññitatta →

pts

self-conceit, pride Dhs.1116; Dhs-a.372.

fr. maññita

maṃsa →

pts

…Vb-a.235;

  • -lohita flesh & blood Dhp.150.

cp. Vedic māṃsa, fr. Idg. *memsro-, as in Gr. μηρός thigh, Lat….

maṅkuna →

pts

(& -ṇa) an insect, bug or flea Ja.i.10; Ja.iii.423; Vism.109 (where kīla-mankula ought to be read as kīṭamankuna); Dhp-a.ii.12.

cp. late Sk. matkuṇa, see Geiger,

Pali Grammar

§ 6#3

maṇi →

pts

  1. a gem, jewel. At several places one may interpret as “crystal.” DN.i.7 (as ornament); Dhp.161; Ja.vi.265 (agghiya, precious). In simile at DN.i.76 (maṇi veḷuriyo). On maṇi in similes see J.P.T.S.

maṇḍeti →

pts

…Dhp-a.ii.86
pp maṇḍita.

maṇḍ to adorn, related to Lat. mundus world, cp. in meaning Gr. κόσμος =…

maṇḍita →

pts

…of…

medhāvin →

pts

…often combined with paṇḍita & bahussuta;: DN.i.120; SN.iv.375; AN.iv.244; Vin.iv.10, Vin.iv.13, Vin.iv.141; Snp.323 (acc. medhāvinaṃ +…

medhāvitā →

pts

cleverness, intelligence Vv-a.229.

abstr. fr. medhāvin

megha →

pts

…Snp-a.27 (˚thanita-sadda). In this capacity often called mahā-megha, e.g. Snp.30; Dhp-a.i.165; Kp-a.21; Pv-a.132
■ On…

merita →

pts

…need to change it with Kern,

Toevoegselen

to perita.

metteyya →

pts

…Pv.ii.7#18 (= mātu hita Pv-a.104 variant reading mett˚). Spelling at DN.iii.72 is metteyya. It is difficult to decide about correct…

mettā →

pts

…“metti mettāyanā mettāyitattaṃ anudā anudāyana anudāyitattaṃ hitesitā anukampā abyāpādo… kusalamūlaṃ“ at Mnd.488 & Dhs.1056…

mettāyanā →

pts

Mettāyitatta (nt.): see defn of mettā. Metti & Metti

abstr. formations fr. mettā

micchā →

pts

…wrongly).;

  • -paṇihita (citta wrongly directed mind Dhp.42 = Ud.39 [cp. BSk. mithyāpraṇidhāna Divy.14]. *…

mihati →

pts

is given as root mih in 2 meanings at Dhtp, viz. 1 īsa-hasana (No. 328), i.e. a kind of laugh, for smi as in mihita. 2 secana (No. 342).

mihita →

pts

…of smi; this is the inverted-diaeretic (Pāli) form (smita → *hmita → *mhita → mihita) for the other (Sk.) form smita (q.v.)….

mināti →

pts

minitvā Vism.72; grd minitabba Ja.v.90
pass mīyati: see *anu*˚, -pp mita
■ Cp. anu˚, abhi˚,…

missa →

pts

…as “ratta-mālādīhi missita-kesavaṭṭī”). The m. missa-kesa occurs as a term for ascetics (with muṇḍa) at Vism.389.

orig. pp. of…

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 …

misseti →

pts

…in cohabitation, to couple Ja.v.154 (C.: kilesana misseti)

pp missita.

Caus. of miś, Vedic miśrayati

missita →

pts

mixed, intermingled Snp.243; Ja.v.460; Pv-a.198 (dhañña sāsapa-tela˚); Vv-a.280 (see under missa-kesī).

pp. of misseti

mita →

pts

… ■ amita unlimited, without measure, boundless in epithet amit-ābha of boundless lustre Sdhp.255 Also Name of a…

mitta →

pts

…and ñāti-sālohita˚; blood-relations, in ster phrase at Vin.ii.126; AN.i.222; Snp.p.104; Pv-a.28; cp ñāti-mittā relatives &…

modati →

pts

…Pv.ii.1#21
pp mudita (q.v.). For mohayamāna at Dhp-a.i.275 the better reading is modayamāna rejoicing, a ppr….

mogha →

pts

…(˚ṃ tassa jīvitaṃ: not in vain).

  • -purisa a stupid or dense fellow Vin.iv.126, Vin.iv.144.

the Vedic mogha…

moha →

pts

…Ne.90 (+ rāgacarita & dosacarita).;

  • -tama the darkness of bewilderment MN-a.1.
  • -dhamma

mucchati →

pts

…Ja.iii.188 (id.)

pp mucchita.

murch, an enlargement of Vedic mūr to get stiff (as in mūra stupid, dull, cp. Gr. μωρός; Sk. mūrakha…

mucchañcikatā →

pts

…(cal) is chambhitatta “paralysis,” explained as “sakalasarīra calanaṃ” at DN-a.i.50
■ The…

mucchita →

pts

…(a˚) Iti.92; Ja.iii.432; Ja.v.274 (C. for pagiddha & gadhita). Cp. pa˚.

pp. of mucchati

muddha →

pts

…neglect which in P. is maddhita: see *pari*˚; nor = mṛdhra disdained

Muddha2 & Muddhā

the head; top, summit. m….

mudita →

pts

pleased, glad, satisfied, only in cpd. -mana (adj.) with gladdened heart, pleased in mind Snp.680 (+ udagga); Vv.83#15 (+ pasanna-citta) Cp. pa˚.

pp. of mud, modati

muditā →

pts

…sutthū ti ādinā mayena hita-sukh’ âvippayogakāmatā muditā Snp-a.128); e.g. at DN.i.251; SN.v.118; AN.i.196 etc. (see…

mudutā →

pts

softness, impressibility, plasticity AN.i.9; DN.iii.153 (translation “loveliness”); Dhs.44 (+ maddavatā), Dhs.1340 (id.); Vism.463 sq.; Dhs-a.151 (= mudubhāva) cp. Dhs. trsl. §1340.

cp. Sk. mṛdut …

mugga →

pts

…sacc’ âlikena jīvita kappanatāy’ etaṃ adhivacanaṃ. Yathā hi muggasūpe paccante bahū muggā pākaṃ gacchanti, thokā na…

mukha →

pts

-āsiya (? cp. āsita1) to be eaten by the mouth Dhs-a.330 (mukhena asitabba) -ullokana looking into a…

mukula →

pts

bud; see makula (where also see mukulita)
■ Abhp.811, Abhp.1116.

cp. Sk. mukula

muni →

pts

…bad ways of living (˚sucaritaṃ & ˚duccaritaṃ), they are applied to a deeper quality of saintship in kāya-moneyya, vacīmoneyya…

muta →

pts

…s. mutaṃ = ghānena ghāyitaṃ, jivhāya sāyitaṃ, kāyena phuṭṭaṃ, and viññātaṃ = manasā v.; so that from the interpretation…

mutoḷī →

pts

…m. pūrā nānā-vihitassa dhaññassa“ at MN.i.57 (vv.ll. putoḷi, mūṭolī) = MN.iii.90 (mūtoḷī) = DN.ii.293 (T. mutoli, variant…

mutta →

pts

…ācārena virahito ṭhitako va uccāraṃ karoti passāvaṃ karoti khādati bhuñjati)

muttā →

pts

pearl Vv.37#7 (˚ācita); Pv.ii.7#5 (+ veḷuriya); Mhvs.30, Mhvs.66. Eight sorts of pearls are enumerated at Mvu. 11, 14, viz. haya-gaja-rath’…

muñja →

pts

… ■ The reed itself is called isīkā (q.v.). 2. a sort of fish Ja.iv.70 (+ rohita, taken as dvandva by C.); Ja.vi.278 (id.).

Vedic…

muṇḍa →

pts

…(f.); Snp.p.80 (= muṇḍita-sīsa Snp-a.402)
kaṇṇa˚; with cropped or shorn ears (applied to a dog) Pv.ii.12#10, cp…

muṇḍeti →

pts

…Mhbv.103
pp muṇḍita
■ The BSk. has only Caus. II muṇḍāpayati, at Divy.261. Should Dhtp.106…

muṇḍita →

pts

shaven Snp-a.402 (˚sīsa).

pp. of muṇḍeti

muṭṭha →

pts

…bewildered [cp. BSk. amuṣitasmṛti Lal.562, to all appearance (wrongly) derived from P. musati to rob mus, muṣṇāti] DN.iii.252,…

māla FIXME double →

pts

Māḷa & Māla

a sort of pavilion, a hall DN.i.2 (maṇḍala˚, same at Snp.p.104, which passage Snp-a.447 explains as “savitānaṃ maṇḍapaṃ”); Vin.i.140 (aṭṭa, māla, pāsāda explained at Vin.iii.201. In the …

mālaka →

pts

…of the S., cp. 15, 29) Dhp-a.iv.115 (˚sīmā); Vism.342 (vitakka˚).

fr. māla or māḷa

māluta →

pts

-īrita (contracted to māluterita) moved by the wind fanned by the breeze Thag.754; Thig.372; Vv.44#12 = Vv.81#6…

mālā →

pts

…Vv-a.253 (˚vīthi). -kita adorned with garlands wreathed Vin.i.208. -guṇa “garland-string,”…

mānasa →

pts

…SN.v.74 (+ apatiṭṭhitacitta); uggata˚ lofty-minded Vv-a.217; pasanna˚ with settled (peaceful) mind Snp.402 and frequently;…

mānassin →

pts

adjective noun proud Vin.ii.183 (explained by Bdhgh in a popular way as “mana-ssayino māna-nissitā”). The corresponding passage at Ja.i.88 reads māna-jātikā māna-tthaddhā.

prob. fr. manassin (*m …

mānasāna →

pts

adjective = mānasa in adj. use Snp.63 (rakkhita˚).

fr. mānasa, secondary formation

māneti →

pts

…+ pūjesuṃ)
pp mānita.

Caus. of man, cp. Sk. mānayati, Lat. moneo to admonish. Ger. mahnen, Ags. manian. The…

mānikata →

pts

…SN.ii.119 (garukata m. pūjita).

pp. of a verb māni-karoti, which stands for māna-karoti, and is substituted for mānita after analogy of…

mānin →

pts

…Dhp.63 (paṇḍita˚ proud of his cleverness cp. Dhp-a.ii.30); Ja.i.454 (atireka˚); Ja.iii.357 (paṇḍita˚); Sdhp.389, Sdhp.417 …

mānita →

pts

revered, honoured Ud.73 (sakkata m. pūjita apacita)
■ A rather singular by-form is mānikata (q.v.).

pp. of māneti

māra →

pts

death; usually personified as Np. Death, the Evil one, the Tempter (the Buddhist Devil or Principle of Destruction) Sometimes the term māra is applied to the whole of the worldly exi …

māreti →

pts

to kill: see under marati
pp mārita. Mala (mala)

Caus. of mṛ.

mārita →

pts

killed SN.i.66; Vin.iii.72; Ja.ii.417 (aññehi m
■ bhāvaṃ jānātha).

pp. of māreti

mārāpeti →

pts

see marati
pp mārāpita.

Caus. ii. of mṛ.

mārāpita →

pts

killed Ja.ii.417; Ja.iii.531.

pp. of mārāpeti

mārāpitatta →

pts

being incited to kill Dhp-a.i.141.

abstr. fr. mārāpita

māsana →

pts

…Ja.ii.446 (C. reads māsita & explains by asita, dhāta); visa-māsita Mil.302 (T. reads visamāsita) having taken in poison; visa-…

māsati →

pts

…Ja.ii.446 (C. reads māsita & explains by asita, dhāta); visa-māsita Mil.302 (T. reads visamāsita) having taken in poison; visa-…

māsin →

pts

…Ja.ii.446 (C. reads māsita & explains by asita, dhāta); visa-māsita Mil.302 (T. reads visamāsita) having taken in poison; visa-…

māsācita →

pts

…& explains māsācita as “wet bean” (tinta māso), thus omitting expln of ācita The passage at…

mātar →

pts

…the former, thus mātā-pitaro (pl. “mother & father” (see below)
mātito (abl
■ adv. from the mother’s side (cp. pitito)…

mātikā →

pts

  1. a water course Vism.554 (˚âtikkamaka); Mhvs.35, Mhvs.96; Mhvs.37, Mhvs.50; Snp-a.500 (= sobbha); Dhp-a.ii.141 (its purpose: “ito c’ ito ca udakaṃ haritvā attano sassa-kammaṃ sampādenti”); Vv-a. …

mātucchā →

pts

mother’s sister, maternal aunt Vin.ii.254, Vin.ii.256; Ja.iv.390; Mil.240. -putta aunt’s son, male first cousin (from mother’s sister’s side SN.ii.281; Ud.24; Dhp-a.i.119. Cp. māt …

mātula →

pts

mother’s brother an uncle Ja.i.225; Dhp-a.i.15; Pv-a.58, Pv-a.60.

  • -dhītā (the complement of mātucchā-putta) uncle’s daughter, female first cousin (from mother’s brother’s side) Ja.ii.119; Dh …

māḷa FIXME double →

pts

Māḷa & Māla

a sort of pavilion, a hall DN.i.2 (maṇḍala˚, same at Snp.p.104, which passage Snp-a.447 explains as “savitānaṃ maṇḍapaṃ”); Vin.i.140 (aṭṭa, māla, pāsāda explained at Vin.iii.201. In the …

māḷaka →

pts

…of the S., cp. 15, 29) Dhp-a.iv.115 (˚sīmā); Vism.342 (vitakka˚).

fr. māla or māḷa

mūla →

pts

…i.e. worth, money, capital, price, remuneration Mil.334 (kamma˚); Dhp-a.i.270 (?); Pv-a.273 Mhvs.27, Mhvs.23. amūla unpaid Mhvs.30,…

mūsika →

pts

…mūsika˚ = undurakhāyitaṃ; cp. Dial. i.17).

  • -darī a mouse-hole Ja.i.462 (mūsikā˚, so read for musikā˚). *…

mūsikā →

pts

…mūsika˚ = undurakhāyitaṃ; cp. Dial. i.17).

  • -darī a mouse-hole Ja.i.462 (mūsikā˚, so read for musikā˚). *…

nacca →

pts

…& instrumental music (vādita)
nacca: AN.i.261; DN.iii.183; Ja.i.61 Ja.i.207; DN-a.i.77; Pv-a.231
■…

nadita →

pts

roar, noise Ja.ii.110.

cp. Sk. nādita, pp. of caus. nadayati

nagara →

pts

stronghold, citadel, fortress a (fortified) town, city. As seat of the government as important centre of trade contrasted with gāma nigama (village…

nahāpaka →

pts

barber, bath attendant DN.i.74; AN.iii.25; DN-a.i.157 (= ye nahāpenti); Pv-a.127 (= kappaka).

Sk. snāpaka, fr. Caus, nahāpeti; cp. nahāpita

nahāpita →

pts

barber, who has also the business of preparing & giving baths (cp. absolutive “bader”) a bath-attendant ‣See kappaka. Barbers ranked as a low class socially, and rebirth in a barbe …

nahāyati →

pts

…Pv-a.82;
grd nahāyitabba (Vin.ii.220 Vin.ii.280). Naharu & Nharu;

Ved. snāti & snāyati; snā = Gr. νήξω (to swim), ναρός,…

nakhaka →

pts

…a castle (pāsāda) Vin.ii.169 (Bdhgh on p. 323: hatthikumbhe patiṭṭhitaṃ, evaṃ evaṃkatassa kir’ etaṃ nāmaṃ) (?).

nakkhatta →

pts

…Pv-a.73; ghositaṃ Vv-a.31 kīḷati to celebrate a (nakkhatta-) festival Ja.i.50, Ja.i.250; Vv-a.63;…

namati →

pts

…at Ja.vi.349. pp. namita (q.v.).

Ved. namati, Idg. *nem to bend; also to share out, cp. Gr. νέμω, Goth. niman =…

namita →

pts

bent on, disposed to (-˚), able or capable of Ja.iii.392 (pabbajjāya-namita-citta); Mil.308 (phalabhāra˚).

pp. nameti

nattar →

pts

grandson Ja.i.60 (nattu, gen.), Ja.i.88; Ud.91 Ud.92; Pv-a.17 (nattu-dhītā great-grand-daughter), Pv-a.25 (nattā nom.).

Sk. naptṛ, analogy-formation after mātṛ etc. from Ved. napāt; cp. Lat. ne …

natthitā →

pts

nihilism SN.ii.17; Ja.v.110.

Sk. nāstitā, fr. n’ atthi

nava →

pts

…40, 259 sq.)
■ nava vitakkā 9 thoughts Cnd.269 (q.v.). 3. a trace of the week of 9 days is to be found in the expression…

navanīta →

pts

nonīta fresh butter Vin.i.244 (cp. gorasa); DN.i.201; MN.iii.141; Pv.iii.5#5 (nonīta); Pp.69, Pp.70; Mil.41, Dhs.646, Dhs.740; Dhp-a.i.417; Pv-a.199.

cp. Ved. navanīta

nayati FIXME double →

pts

Neti & nayati

to lead, guide, conduct; to take, carry (away); fig. to draw a conclusion, to understand, to take as Dhp.80, Dhp.145, Dhp.240, Dhp.257; Ja.i.228 Ja.iv.241 (nayaṃ n. to draw a proper con …

naṭa →

pts

dancer, player, mimic, actor Vin.iv.285; SN.iv.306 sq. Dhp-a.iv.60 (˚dhītā), Dhp-a.iv.65 (˚karaka), Dhp-a.iv.224 (˚kīḷā); Mil.359 (˚naccaka); Sdhp.380
■ Cp. naṭaka & nāṭaka.

Sk. naṭa dial. ṭ, cp …

negama →

pts

adjective noun the inhabitant of a (small) town; citizen; also collect. = jana, people Vin.i.268, Vin.i.273; DN.i.136, DN.i.139; Ja.iv.121;…

nekkhamma →

pts

…Vb.104, Vb.235;

  • -sita based or bent on a holy life (opp geha˚; q.v.) SN.iv.232;
  • -sukha the joy…

nela →

pts

Neḷa & Nela

(adj.)

  1. without fault or sin blameless, faultless; not hurting, humane, gentle merciful, innocuous DN.i.4 (Bdhgh explains: elaṃ vuccati doso; n’ assā (i.e. vācāya) elan ti nelā; niddos …

nemantaṇika →

pts

adjective one who lives by invitations MN.i.31.

fr. nimantana

nerayika →

pts

…purgatory (n. satta = inhabitant of n. Vin.ii.205 (āpāyiko n. kappaṭṭho); Vin.iv.7; DN.iii.6, DN.iii.9, DN.iii.12; AN.i.265; AN.ii.231…

neti →

pts

Neti & nayati

to lead, guide, conduct; to take, carry (away); fig. to draw a conclusion, to understand, to take as Dhp.80, Dhp.145, Dhp.240, Dhp.257; Ja.i.228 Ja.iv.241 (nayaṃ n. to draw a proper con …

neyya →

pts

adjective to be led, carried etc.; fig. to be instructed; to be inferred, guessed or understood Snp.55, Snp.803, Snp.846, Snp.1113; Mnd.114, Mnd.206; Cnd.372; Pp.41; Ne.9 sq., Ne.125; *-[attha](/defi …

neḷa →

pts

Neḷa & Nela

(adj.)

  1. without fault or sin blameless, faultless; not hurting, humane, gentle merciful, innocuous DN.i.4 (Bdhgh explains: elaṃ vuccati doso; n’ assā (i.e. vācāya) elan ti nelā; niddos …

ni →

pts

…= ni + kṣip; nissita ni + sri. Sometimes the double cons. is merely graphic or due to analogy, esp. in words where ni-is contrasted…

nibbatteti →

pts

…Sdhp.470
pp nibbattita (q.v.) second Caus. nibbattāpeti to cause rebirth Dhp-a.iii.484 see also…

nibbattita →

pts

adjective done, produced, brought forth Pv-a.150 (a˚kusalakamma = akata).

pp. of nibbatteti

nibbeṭheti →

pts

…to give an evasive answer Vin.iii.162
■ See also nibbejaniya

pp nibbeṭhita, q.v.

Sk. nirveṣṭate, nis…

nibbeṭhita →

pts

explained, unravelled, made clear Mil.123 (su˚).

pp. of nibbeṭheti

nibbiriya →

pts

adjective lacking in strength, indolent, slothful, weak Ja.iv.131; Pv-a.175 (= alasa, kusīta].

nis + viriya

nibbisaṅka →

pts

adjective fearless, not hesitating, undaunted Snp-a.61.

nis + visanka, Sk. viśankā

nibbusitattā →

pts

(nibbusitattan?) a dislocated or disconcerted mind, unrest uneasiness DN.i.17.

Sk. *nir-vasit-ātman or *nirvasitatvaṃ (nt. abstr.), to…

nibbuta →

pts

…wave; P. valli creeper, valita wrinkled). *ṷer is represented in P. by e.g. vivarati to open, nivāreti to cover, obstruct, nīvaraṇa,…

nibbāna →

pts

…brūhaya n˚ṃ Sugatena desitaṃ Dhp.285 = Ne.36; sandiṭṭhikaṃ akālikaṃ etc. AN.i.158; samo bhūmibhāgo ramaṇīyo SN.iii.109;…

nibbāpeti →

pts

…heart Vism.305

pp nibbāpita. See also nibbāpana.

Sk. ni(r)vārayati, Caus. of ni(r)varati, influenced in meaning by…

nibbāpita →

pts

adjective extinguished, put out, quenched Ja.iii.99 (= nicchuddha).

pp. of nibbāpeti

nicaya →

pts

heaping up, accumulation; wealth, provisions SN.i.93, SN.i.97; Vin.v.172 (˚sannidhi). See also necayika.

Sk. nicaya, ni + caya, cp. nicita

nicchināti →

pts

…vinicchinitvā etc. Mnd.76) Dhp.256 (gloss K vinicchaye)
pp nicchita.

Sk. niścinoti, nis + cināti

nicchita →

pts

adjective determined, convinced Mhvs.7, Mhvs.19.

Sk. niścita, nis + cita, see nicchināti

nicchuddha →

pts

adjective thrown out Ja.iii.99 (= nibbāpita, nikkhāmita); Mil.130.

Sk. niḥkṣubdha, nis + chuddha, see nicchubhati

nicita →

pts

…Pv-a.221 (ussanna uparûpari nicita, of Niraya).

Sk. nicita, ni + cita, of nicināti

nidassana →

pts

“pointing at” evidence, example, comparison, apposition, attribute characteristic; sign, term DN.i.223 (a˚ with no attribute), DN.iii.217 (id.); SN.iv.370 (id.); AN.iv.305 sq. (nīla˚, pīta etc.); Snp. …

nidasseti →

pts

…word to be compared or defined, correl. to nidassana-vacana)
pp nidassita (q.v.).

Sk. nidarśayati, ni + dasseti

nidassita →

pts

past participle pointed out, defined as, termed Pv.i.5#12; Pv-a.30.

see nidasseti

niddhāpeti →

pts

…niddhāmase). pp. niddhāpita.

Sk. nirdhāvayati, nis + dhāveti (dhāpeti), Caus. of dhāvati1; may also…

niddhāpita →

pts

adjective thrown out Ja.iii.99 (variant reading for nibbāpita).

pp. of niddhāpeti, q.v.

niddisati →

pts

…Snp-a.61
grd niddisitabba Dhs-a.56; Ne.96. Pass. niddissīyati Pv-a.163
pp…

niddissati →

pts

…Snp-a.61
grd niddisitabba Dhs-a.56; Ne.96. Pass. niddissīyati Pv-a.163
pp…

niddāyitar →

pts

sleepy person Dhp.325.

n. ag. fr. niddāyati

nigama →

pts

…Ja.vi.330; Pv-a.111 (Asitañjana˚, variant reading BB nagara). Cp. negama.

Sk. nigama, fr. nigacchati = a meeting-place or market, cp. E….

niggahīta →

pts

…but cp. Divy.401: nigṛhīta; ni + gahita

niggaṇhāti →

pts

  1. to hold back, restrain Dhp.326; Ja.iv.97; Mil.184; Vism.133
    ■ Opp paggaṇhāti.
  2. to rebuke, censure (c. instr.) AN.iii.187; Ja.iii.222; Mil.9 (musāvādena); Dhp-a.i.29. …

nigha →

pts

…by rāgādi-īgha-virahita. Spelling anīgha Ja.iii.443 (Com. niddukkha); Pv.iv.1#34 (+ nirāsa explained by niddukkha…

nigāḷhika →

pts

…sunk down into, immersed in Thag.568 (gūthakūpe).

Sk. nigāḍhita; ni + gāḍhita, see gāḷha2

nihata →

pts

adjective “slain”; put down, settled; destroyed; dejected, humiliated; humble Vin.ii.307 (settled); Ja.v.435 (˚bhoga one whose fortunes are destroyed).

  • -māna “with slain pride,” …

nihita →

pts

…DN.i.70 (˚paccāmitta); Pv.iv.3#26 (su˚ well applied); Pv-a.252 (bhasma-nihita thrown into the ashes); Sdhp.311.

Sk. nihita,…

nijigiṃsitar →

pts

noun adjective one who desires ardently, covetous, rapacious DN.i.8 (lābhaṃ) AN.iii.111 (id.).

n. ag. fr. prec.

nijjhatta →

pts

…satisfied, pacified, appeased Ja.vi.414 (= khamāpita Com.); Vv.63#19 (= nijjhāpita Vv-a.265) Mil.209. See also paṭi˚

pp. of…

nijjhāpeti →

pts

…Vin.ii.96; MN.i.321; Ja.iv.108; Ja.iv.414, Ja.iv.495; Ja.vi.516; Mil.264; Vv-a.265 (nijjhāpita = nijjhatta).

Sk. nidhāyayati, ni +…

nijjhāyati →

pts

…meditate, reflect, think SN.iii.140 sq. (+ passati, cp. jānāti), SN.iii.157; MN.i.334 (jhāyati n. apajjhāyati);…

nijjita →

pts

adjective unvanquished Mil.192 (˚kammasūrā), Mil.332 (˚vijita-sangāma); Sdhp.360.

Sk. nirjita, nis + jita

nijjīvata →

pts

adjective lifeless, soulless Dhs-a.38; Mil.413.

Sk. nirjīvita, nis + jīva1

nikanta →

pts

adjective cut, (ab-)razed MN.i.364 (of a fleshless bone).

Sk. nikṛtta & nikṛntita (cp. Divy.537, Divy.539), ni + kantati2

nikata →

pts

adjective deceived, cheated MN.i.511 (+ vañcita paladdha); SN.iv.307 (+ vañcita paluddha).

Sk. nikṛta, ni + karoti “done down”

nikiḷita →

pts

adjective engrossed in play Ja.vi.313.

Sk. *nikrīḍita, pp. of nikrīḍayati, ni + kīḷati

nikkaḍḍhati →

pts

…ibid.) Ja.i.116; Ja.ii.440; Snp-a.192. pp. nikkaḍḍhita.

Sk. niṣkarṣati, nis + kasati, cp. kaḍḍhati

nikkaḍḍhita →

pts

adjective thrown out Ja.ii.103 (gehā); Pv-a.179 (read ḍḍh for ḍḍ).

Sk. *niṣkarṣita see nikkaḍḍhati

nikkhamati →

pts

…(bahi n.);
grd nikkhamitabba Vin.i.47. 2. fig. (see also nikkamati, & cp. nekkhamma & BSk niṣkramati in same…

nikkhameti →

pts

…Ja.iii.99 (+ nicchuddha thrown out, in expln of nibbāpita; variant reading BB. nikaḍhāpita).

Caus. of nikkhamati

nikkhanta →

pts

…in sense of nikkhāmita˚, variant reading nikkhitta˚ perhaps preferable, explained p. 366 nibaddha˚ designed for, given to) Snp-a.605…

nikkhipati →

pts

…Ja.ii.416; Ja.vi.366; grd -itabba Vin.i.46

pp nikkhitta (q.v.)
caus nikkhipāpeti to cause to be laid down, to order…

nikkhitta →

pts

…variant reading SS. nikkita). nikkhitta- daṇḍa (adj.) not using a weapon (cp. daṇḍa) SN.i.141 etc.; nikkhitta-…

nikkhittaka →

pts

adjective noun one to whose charge something has been committed Dpvs.iv.5 (agga˚; thera original depositary of the Faith).

fr. nikkhitta

nikkhāmeti →

pts

…Ja.iii.99 (+ nicchuddha thrown out, in expln of nibbāpita; variant reading BB. nikaḍhāpita).

Caus. of nikkhamati

nikkiṇṇa →

pts

adjective spread out, spread before, ready (for eating) Ja.vi.182 (= ṭhapita Com.).

Sk. niṣkīrṇa, nis + kiṇṇa, see kiraṇa

nikkujjati →

pts

…(pattaṃ). pp. nikkujjita.

for nikujjati (q.v.) through analogy with opp. ukkujjati. Etym. perhaps to kujja humpback,…

nikkujjita →

pts

…AN.iii.238; Thig.28, Thig.30 (k.); Ja.iii.277; Snp-a.155 (= adhomukha-ṭhapita); DN-a.i.228.

pp. of nikkujjati; often (rightly) spelt…

nikujja →

pts

…to Majjhima Nikāya & see ni˚ A…

nikāya →

pts

collection (“body”) assemblage, class, group.

  1. generally (always-˚): eka˚; one class of beings Dhs-a.66; tiracchāna˚; the animal kingdom SN.iii.152; deva˚; the assembly of the gods, the g …

nikīḷitāvin →

pts

adjective playful, playing or dallying with (c. loc.), finding enjoyment in SN.i.9 (a˚ kāmesu), SN.iv.110 (id.).

fr. ni-kīḷati

nikūjati →

pts

…(nikūji). 2. to twang, jingle, rustle Ja.iii.323

pp nikūjita
■ Cp abhi˚.

ni + kūjati “to sing on”

nikūjita →

pts

sung forth, warbled out Thig.261.

see nikūjati

nilaya →

pts

dwelling, habitation, lair, nest Ja.iii.454.

fr. ni +

nilañchaka →

pts

…lañchakā ca lakkhaṇakārakā ti attho“ (p 366). cp. nillacchita.

cp. Sk. nirlāñchana, of nirlāñchayati = nis + laccheti

nilicchita →

pts

nillaccheti →

pts

…nillacchesi nīhari Thag-a.270). See also nillañchaka & nillacchita.

nis + laccheti of lāñch, cp. lakkhaṇa

nillacchita →

pts

…nibbījako kato, uddhaṭabījo (p. 239).

Sk. *nirlāñchita, nis + lacchita of nillaccheti

nillañchaka →

pts

…lañchakā ca lakkhaṇakārakā ti attho“ (p 366). cp. nillacchita.

cp. Sk. nirlāñchana, of nirlāñchayati = nis + laccheti

nilloḷeti →

pts

…DN-a.i.42 (pp. nillāḷita-jivhā); Dhp-a.iv.197 (jivhaṃ nilloleti; variant reading nillāleti & lilāḷeti) = Ja.v.434 (variant reading…

nillāḷeti →

pts

…DN-a.i.42 (pp. nillāḷita-jivhā); Dhp-a.iv.197 (jivhaṃ nilloleti; variant reading nillāleti & lilāḷeti) = Ja.v.434 (variant reading…

nimantana →

pts

invitation Vin.i.58 = Vin.ii.175; DN.i.166; MN.i.77; AN.i.295; Ja.i.116 (ṇ), Ja.i.412 Pp.55.

to nimanteti

nimanteti →

pts

…Vv-a.47 (pānīyena invite to a drink); Pv-a.75, Pv-a.95. pp. nimantita, q.v
■ Cp. abhi˚.

Sk….

nimantita →

pts

invited Snp.p.104; Pv-a.22 (bhattena to the meal), Pv-a.86 (= āmantita), Pv-a.141.

pp. of nimanteti

nimitta →

pts

…sq.; bāla˚ (opp. paṇḍita˚) MN.iii.163; AN.i.102 mukha˚ (= face) DN.i.80; SN.iii.103; SN.v.121; AN.v.92, AN.v.97 sq., AN.v.103; rūpa˚,…

nimmināti →

pts

…Vv.16#3
pp nimmita See also nimmātar and nimmāna. Cp. abhi˚.

cp. Sk. nirmimīti & nirmāti, nis + mināti;…

nimmita →

pts

…nimmānarati˚ (or nimmita˚), paranimmita˚. Iti.94; Dhs.1280 (cp. kāma) DN.iii.218; Ja.i.59, Ja.i.146 (kāyo n’ eva deva˚ na brahma˚),…

nimmāna →

pts

…Vv-a.149. Cp. (para-) nimmita.

Sk. nirmāṇa, see nimmināti

Nimmāna2

adjective free from pride, humble…

nindati →

pts

…Snp-a.477.
pp nindita (q.v.); cp. also nindiya.

Sk. nindati, nid as in Gr. ο ̓́νειδος (blame), Lith. naids (hatred), Goth….

nindita →

pts

…blameless agarahita pasaṃsa Pv-a.89); Sdhp.254, Sdhp.361
anindita Ja.iv.106 (˚angin).

pp. of nindati

ninna →

pts

…expressions in chain taccarita tabbahula taggaruka tanninna tappoṇa tappabbhāra tadādhimutta (with variation nibbāna˚ viveka˚ etc. for…

ninneti →

pts

to lead down, lead away; drain, (udakaṃ), desiccate Vin.ii.180
pp ninnīta, q.v.

Sk. ninayati, ni + nayati

ninnīta →

pts

adjective lead down, lead away; drained, purified, free from (˚-) AN.i.254 (ninnīta-kasāva of gold: free fr. dross).

pp. of ninneti

nipalāvita →

pts

past participle (Com. reading for vipalāvita text) made to swim, immersed, thrown into water Ja.i.326.

Sk. viplāvita, see plavati

nippatta →

pts

…leaves Ja.iii.496 (= patita-patta); Snp-a.117 (˚puppha)
Note nippatta at Dhs.1035 is to be read as…

nipphalita →

pts

…split open Ja.i.493 (lasī = nikkhantā Com.; variant reading nipphaḷita).

Sk. niṣphārita, pp. of nipphaleti, nis + phaleti

nipphādar →

pts

one who produces or gains SN.i.225 (atthassa; read nipphādā nom. for nippadā).

n. ag. = Sk. niṣpādayitṛ cp. nipphāditar

nipphādeti →

pts

…nipphādetabba, Name of ablative case); Sdhp.319, Sdhp.426
pp nipphādita. Cp abhinipphādeti.

Caus. of nippajjati

nipphādita →

pts

(having) produced, producing (perhaps = nipphāditar) Vv-a.113.

pp. of nipphādeti

nipphāditar →

pts

…produces or accomplishes Pv-a.8 (read “so nipphāditā” for sā nipphādikā). Cp. nipphādita and…

nipphāṇitatta →

pts

state of being free from sugar or molasses Ja.iii.409.

nis + phāṇita + tva

nipuṇa →

pts

…dhamma), DN.i.162 (paṇḍita +); MN.i.487 (dhamma); SN.i.33; SN.iv.369; AN.iii.78; Snp.1126 (= gambhīra duddasa etc. Cnd.350); Vb.426;…

nipāteti →

pts

…corrupt, evil wicked Vin.ii.182 (caṇḍa + ; text nippātita, variant reading nipphātita).

ni + Caus. of patati

nirapekkha →

pts

…heeding, unsuspecting, disregarding, indifferent, reckless Vv-a.27, Vv-a.47 (jīvitaṃ); Pv-a.62; DN-a.i.177; Mil.343 (jīvitaṃ).

nis + apa…

nirata →

pts

adjective fond of, attached to (-˚) SN.i.133; DN-a.i.250; Pv-a.5 (duccarita˚), Pv-a.89, Pv-a.161 (hitakaraṇa˚).

pp. of niramati

nirattha →

pts

…vain (opp. sāttha profitable) Snp.582 (nt. as adv.), Snp.585 (niratthā paridevanā); Dhp.41; Ja.iii.26; Pv-a.18 (˚bhāva uselessness),…

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 …

nirodha →

pts

…Vv-a.63; Pv-a.220 (jīvitassa) 2. (as-˚): anupubba DN.iii.266; AN.iv.409, AN.iv.456; abhisaññā˚ DN.i.180; asesavirāga˚ SN.ii.4,…

nirutti →

pts

one of the Vedāngas (see chaḷanga), expln of words, grammatical analysis etymological interpretation; pronunciation, dialect way of speaking, expression Vin.ii.139 (pabbajitā… sakāya nirutt …

nirāsaṅkatā →

pts

the not hesitating Ja.vi.337.

abstr. fr. nirāsanka

nisevati →

pts

…Mnd.157); Pv.ii.3#19 (= karoti Pv-a.87); Mil.359
pp nisevita.

ni + sev

nisevita →

pts

adjective frequented, practised, enjoyed, indulged in MN.i.178; Sdhp.373.

pp. of nisevati

nisita →

pts

…Vv-a.233; Pv-a.155, Pv-a.192, Pv-a.213.

Sk. niśita, ni + pp. of śā to whet

nissaya →

pts

… ■ Cp. nissāya & nissita.

  • -kamma giving assistance or help, an (ecclesiastical act of help or protection Vin.i.49…

nissayati →

pts

…Vv-a.83. pp. nissita ger. nissāya (q.v.).

Sk. niśrayati, but in meaning = āśrayati, ni +…

nissaṭa →

pts

…SN.iv.11 sq.; AN.i.260; AN.iv.430 (a˚); AN.v.151 sq.; Ja.iii.530 Ja.vi.269; Nd ii.under nissita; Pts.ii.10 sq.; Mil.95, Mil.225 (bhava˚)….

nissita →

pts

…Snp.753, Snp.849, Snp.1069 (unaided); Ja.i.158; Mil.320, Mil.351
■ Cp apassita.

Sk. niśrita, pp. of nissayati, corresp. in meaning to Sk….

nissitaka →

pts

adjective noun adherent, supporter (orig. one who is supported by), pupil Ja.i.142, Ja.i.186; Dhp-a.i.54.

fr. prec.

nissitatta →

pts

dependence on, i.e. interference by, being too near, nearness Vism.118 (pantha˚). Cp san˚.

fr. nissita

nissāya →

pts

…(kiṃ), Pv-a.67 (namaṃ), Pv-a.130 (taṃ)
■ Cp. nissaya, nissita.

ger. of nissayati, Sk. *niśrāya, BSk niśritya, ni + śri

nisādika →

pts

adjective fit for lying down, suitable for resting Vin.i.239 (go˚).

cp. Sk. niṣādin, ni + sad

nisāna →

pts

hone on which to sharpen a knife Mil.282.

ni + śā to sharpen, to whet, cp. nisita

nisīdati →

pts

…(Snp.1031); grd nisīditabba Vin.i.47. pp. nisinna (q.v.)
caus 2…

nitamba →

pts

the ridge of a mountain or a glen, gully DN-a.i.209.

Sk. nitamba; etym. unknown

nitammati →

pts

to become dark, to be exhausted, faint; to be in misery or anxiety Ja.iv.284 (Com.: atikilamati).

Sk. nitāmyati, ni + tam as in tama

nitāḷeti →

pts

to knock down, to strike Ja.iv.347.

Sk. nitāḍayati, ni + tāḷeti

nivesita →

pts

adjective settled, arranged, designed, built Vv-a.82 (= sumāpita).

pp. of nivesati

nivuta →

pts

…(tamo˚), Snp.1032, Snp.1082; Iti.8; Cnd.365 (= ophuṭa, paṭicchanna, paṭikujjita); Mil.161; Snp-a.596 (= pariyonaddha).

pp. of nivarati…

nivutta →

pts

…(˚kesa = apagatakesa ohāritakesamassu Snp-a.403).

Sk. *nyupta, pp. of vapati1 to shear

Nivutta3

(pp.) sown, thrown…

nivārita →

pts

adjective unobstructed, open Pv-a.202 (= anāvaṭa).

pp. of nivāreti

nivāsin →

pts

adjective noun dwelling, staying; (n.) an inhabitant Dāvs v.45.

to nivasati

niyama →

pts

…definiteness certainty, limitation Dhp-a.iii.83 (catumagga˚, variant reading niyāma); Snp-a.124 (niyāma); Dhs-a.154; Pv-a.166 (ayaṃ n….

niyameti →

pts

to tie down, to fix; explain in detail, exemplify Pv-a.265; Vism.666. pp. niyamita see *a*˚.

cp. Sk. niyamayati, ni + yamati

niyyādeti →

pts

…Pv-a.81, Pv-a.276 (at all Pv-a passages as nī˚)
pp niyyādita Cp. similarly paṭiyādeti &…

niyyādita →

pts

assigned, presented, given, dedicated Pv-a.196 (dhana nī˚). As niyyātita at Vism.115.

pp. of niyyādeti

niyyānika →

pts

…sanctifying, saving profitable DN.i.235, DN.i.237; SN.i.220; SN.v.82, SN.v.166, SN.v.255, SN.v.379 sq. Ja.i.48 (a˚), Ja.i.106; Dhs.277,…

niyyāsa →

pts

…gum, resin, juice, etc. Vism.74 (˚rukkha, one of the 8 kinds of trees), Vism.360 (paggharitan- rukkha). Cp….

niyyāta →

pts

past participle = niyyādita MN.i.360.

niyyāteti →

pts

…Pv-a.81, Pv-a.276 (at all Pv-a passages as nī˚)
pp niyyādita Cp. similarly paṭiyādeti &…

niyāmatā →

pts

…(dhamma˚ + dhammaṭṭhitatā); AN.i.286 (id.), Ja.i.113 (saddhammassa n assurance of…); Kv.586 (accanta˚ final assurance).

abstr. to…

niṭṭhapita →

pts

Niṭṭhāpita & niṭṭhapita

accomplished, performed, carried out Ja.i.86, Ja.i.172 (˚ṭha˚), Ja.i.201.

pp. of niṭṭhāpeti

niṭṭhita →

pts

…nicely got up, accomplished Snp.48, Snp.240. Cp. pari˚.

Sk. niṣṭhita (niḥṣṭhita), nis + ṭhita, cp. niṭṭhāti

niṭṭhubhati →

pts

…pp. nuṭṭhubhita Sdhp.121
■ Cp. oṭṭhubhati

Sk. niṣṭhubhati, but in meaning = Sk. niṣṭhīvati nis + *thīv,…

niṭṭhā →

pts

Niṭṭhā1

feminine basis, foundation, familiarity with Snp.864 (expl Snp-a.551 by samiddhi, but see Mnd.263).

Sk. niṣṭhā; ni + ṭhā, abstr. of adj
■ suff. ˚ṭha

Niṭṭhā2

femin …

niṭṭhāpeti →

pts

…accomplish Ja.i.86, Ja.i.290; Ja.vi.366; Dhp-a.iii.172
pp niṭṭhāpita Cp. pari˚.

Caus. to niṭṭhāti

niṭṭhāpita →

pts

Niṭṭhāpita & niṭṭhapita

accomplished, performed, carried out Ja.i.86, Ja.i.172 (˚ṭha˚), Ja.i.201.

pp. of niṭṭhāpeti

niṭṭhāti →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.393
pp niṭṭhita, Caus niṭṭhāpeti (q.v.).

Sk. niṣṭiṣṭhati, nis + tiṭṭhati, the older…

nonīta →

pts

see navanīta.

nu →

pts

…with other emphatic or dubitative particles, like [api nu](/define/api nu) Vin.ii.303; DN.i.97; nu idha, contr. to nīdha

nuṭṭhubhati →

pts

…pp. nuṭṭhubhita Sdhp.121
■ Cp. oṭṭhubhati

Sk. niṣṭhubhati, but in meaning = Sk. niṣṭhīvati nis + *thīv,…

nāga →

pts

…˚latā.

  • -āpalokita “elephant-look” (turning the whole body) a mark of the Buddhas MN.i.337; cp. BSk. nāgâvalokita Divy.208; *…

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 “ …

nārāca →

pts

…Mhvs.vii.20 (Com “vaṭṭita-assanārāca-pasa” = a noose formed by bending the ends of the n. into a circle).

Sk. nārāca; perhaps for…

nāsitaka →

pts

adjective one who is ejected Vin.iv.140 (of a bhikkhu).

see nāsa & nāseti

nāvika →

pts

  1. a sailor, mariner Ja.ii.103; Ja.iv.142; Mil.359; Dāvs iv.43 (captain).
  2. a ferryman Ja.ii.111; Ja.iii.230 (Avariya-pitā.).

Sk. nāvika

nīharati →

pts

…taṃ n.). grd nīharitabba Dhp-a.i.397 (opp. pavesetabba)
pp nīhaṭa -Caus. nīharāpeti to have thrown…

nīla →

pts

nīla pīta lohita odāta; in the description of the 5 colours of the Buddha’s eye: nīla pītaka lohitaka kaṇha odāta (Cnd.235,…

nīta →

pts

past participle led, guided; ascertained, inferred AN.i.60 (˚attha); Ja.i.262; Ja.ii.215 (kāma˚); Ne.21 (˚attha natural meaning, i.e. the primarily inferred sense, opp neyyattha); Sdhp.366 (dun˚). Cp. …

nīti →

pts

guidance, practice, conduct, esp. right conduct, propriety; statesmanship, polity Pv-a.114 (˚mangala commonsense), Pv-a.129 (˚sattha science of statecraft, or of prudent behaviour), Pv-a.130 (˚cint …

nīyādeti FIXME double →

pts

Nīyādita, Nīyādeti

see niyy˚.

nīyādeti →

pts

…Pv-a.81, Pv-a.276 (at all Pv-a passages as nī˚)
pp niyyādita Cp. similarly paṭiyādeti &…

nīyādita →

pts

Nīyādita, Nīyādeti

see niyy˚.

nīyāti →

pts

see niyyāti. Niyadita, Niyadeti

nūna →

pts

…indeclinable affirmative-dubitative particle with Pot or Ind., viz.

  1. (dubit.-interrog.) is it then, now, shall I etc. (= Lat. subjunctive,…

obhāsati →

pts

…karitvā)
pp avabhāsita.

o + bhāsati from bhās, cp. Sk. avabhāsati

Obhāsati2

to speak to…

ocarati →

pts

to be after something, to go into, to search, reconnoitre, investigate, pry Vin.iii.52 (ger. ˚itvā) MN.i.502 (ocarati); SN.i.79 (˚itvā: so read for T. ocaritā C. explains by vīmaṃsitvā taṃ taṃ pavatti …

ocinati →

pts

…also in pp. ocita. 2. Sk. avacinoti or ˚ciketi ava + ci2, cp. apacināti2 to disregard,…

ocināti →

pts

…also in pp. ocita. 2. Sk. avacinoti or ˚ciketi ava + ci2, cp. apacināti2 to disregard,…

ocita →

pts

gathered, picked off Ja.iii.22; Ja.iv.135, Ja.iv.156; Sdhp.387. Ocinati (ocinati)

o + cita, pp. of ocināti1

odahati →

pts

…in phrase sotaṃ odahati to listen DN.i.230 Dāvs v.68

pp ohita.

o + dahati, fr. dhā

odāta →

pts

…meditation on the white (colour) Vism.174 -vaṇṇa of white colour, white MN.ii.14; Dhs.247….

ogha →

pts

…saṃsāra-mah’oghassa taritattā o. Vv-a.284); Vv.82#7 ; Mnd.159; Cnd.179.

Vedic ogha and augha; BSk. ogha, e.g. Divy.95 caturogh’…

oguṇṭheti →

pts

…as oguṇṭhitā variant reading SS. okuṇṭhitū)
pp oguṇṭhita (q.v.).

o + guṇṭheti

oguṇṭhita →

pts

covered or dressed (with) Vin.ii.207; Pv-a.86 (variant reading okuṇṭhita).

pp. of oguṇṭheti, cp. BSk. avaguṇṭhita, e.g. Jtm.30

ohita →

pts

…Vism.300 (+ aṭṭhiṃ katvā).

pp. of odahati; BSk. avahita (Jtm.210 e.g.) as well as apahita (Lal.552 e.g.)

oka →

pts

…comfort, sheltered place, habitation The indigenous interpretation connects oka partly with okāsa = fig. room (for rising), chance, occasion (thus…

okantati FIXME double →

pts

…BB ukk˚ C. explains by okkantitvā)
pp avakanta & avakantita.

o + kantati, cp. also apakantati

okantati →

pts

…off, cut out, cut away carve-(ava:) Ja.iv.155
pp avakanta & avakantita.

cp. Sk. avakṛntati, ava + kantati, cp. also apakantati

okkant →

pts

…BB ukk˚ C. explains by okkantitvā)
pp avakanta & avakantita.

o + kantati, cp. also apakantati

okkhita →

pts

…Ja.v.72 (so in variant reading T. reads okkita; C. explains by okiṇṇa parikkita parivārita).

pp. of ava + ukkhati, Sk. avokṣita, fr….

okkhitta →

pts

…(ava:) MN.i.296 (ujjhita +); DN-a.i.281 (an˚), DN-a.i.289 (pinḍa); Pv-a.174 (piṇḍa). 2. [= Sk. utkṣipta?] thrown off, gained,…

oneti →

pts

prob. for apaneti, see apaneti & pp.; onīta.

onīta →

pts

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

opatati →

pts

…˚anto); Ja.vi.561 (˚itvā ger.) Mil.368, Mil.396
pp opatita.

o + pat

opatita →

pts

…variant reading ovuḷhita, opalahita; context rcads at Pv-a.29 mahāsobbhehi opatitena udakena, but id. p. at Kp-a.213 reads…

opatta →

pts

adjective with leaves fallen off, leafless (of trees) Ja.iii.495 (opatta = avapatta nippatta patita-patta C.).

o + patta, Sk. avapattra

opavayha →

pts

…noun fit for riding, suitable as conveyance, state-elephant (of the elephant of the king) SN.v.351 = Ne.136 (variant reading opaguyha C….

opeti →

pts

…= to distribute) necessitates der. of opiya fr. opati (*āvapati) instead of vice versā. There is no other instance of *āva being…

opilāpeti →

pts

…(˚āpetvā; so read with vv.ll. for opīḷetvā); Ja.iii.282
pp opilāpita.

Caus. of opilavati, cp. Sk. avaplāvayati

opilāpita →

pts

immersed into (loc.), gutted with water, drenched Ja.i.212, Ja.i.214.

pp. of opilāpeti

oravitar →

pts

…oravikā, oramato, oravi.

ora + n. ag. of vitarati?

osita →

pts

inhabited (by), accessible (to) Snp.937 (an˚). Cp. vy˚.

pp. of ava +

osāraṇā →

pts

  1. restoration, rehabilitation reinstatement (of a bhikkhu after exclusion from the Sangha) Vin.i.322; Mil.344.
  2. procession (?) (perhaps reading…

osāreti →

pts

…Vin.iv.53 (osārehi ayyā ti vuccamāno osāreti)

pass osāriyati Vin.ii.61 pp. osārita (cp….

osārita →

pts

restored, rehabilitated Vin.iv.138.

pp. of osāreti 3

otata FIXME double →

pts

Otata

stretched over, covered, spread over with; Dhp.162 (variant reading otthata); Mil.307 (+ vitata) Dhp-a.iii.153 (= pariyonandhitvā ṭhita). See also avatata & sam-otata.

o + tata, pp. of tan

otata →

pts

Avatata & otata

stretched over, covered, spread over with Vv.64#3 (-˚); Vv-a.276 (chādita).

ava + tata, pp. of tan

ovadati →

pts

…anusāsituṃ)
grd ovaditabba Vin.ii.5; and ovadiya (see sep.)
pass avadiyati; ppr….

ovaṭṭika →

pts

…(vv ll. ovaṭṭiya˚, ovadhita˚ ovadhīya˚); Ja.ii.197 (variant reading ovaddhi˚) See also ovaddheyya (ava˚).

fr. ava…

oḍḍeti →

pts

…= Ja.ii.37, Ja.ii.153; Ja.iii.184 and passim; Thag-a.243
pp oḍḍita (q.v.).

for uḍḍeti (?). See further under uḍḍeti

oḍḍita →

pts

thrown out, laid (of a snare) Ja.i.183; Ja.ii.443; Ja.v.341; Thag-a.243.

pp. of oḍḍeti

oṇamati →

pts

…(kāyaṃ)
pp oṇata & Caus.; oṇamita.

o + namati

oṇamita →

pts

having bowed down, bowing down Mil.234.

pp. of oṇameti, Caus. of nam

oṇīta →

pts

see onīta.

pabbajati →

pts

… caus pabbājeti (q.v.)
pp pabbajita.

cp. Sk. pravrajati, pra + vraj

pabbajita →

pts

…= kāmādimalānaṃ pabbajitattā paramatthato pabbajito Pv-a.146); Pv.ii.13#17 (= pabbajjaṃ upagata Pv-a.167); Mil.11; DN-a.i.270;…

pabbajjā →

pts

…state Pv-a.167 (for pabbajita) agārasmā anagāriyaṃ p. the going forth from home into the homeless state Vin.ii.253; MN.ii.56; pabbajjaṃ…

pabbata →

pts

  1. a mountain (-range), hill, rock SN.i.101 SN.i.102, SN.i.127, SN.i.137; SN.ii.32, SN.ii.185, SN.ii.190; AN.i.243; AN.ii.140; AN.iv.102 (dhūpāyati); Snp.413, Snp.417, Snp.543, Snp.958, Snp.1014; Mnd …

pabbājeti →

pts

…Vin.iii.12; Vin.iv.129; Dhp-a.i.19 Dhp-a.i.133

pp pabbājita (q.v.).

Caus. of pabbajati

pabbājita →

pts

taken into the order, made a bhikkhu MN.ii.62.

pp. of pabbājeti

pabhaṅgu →

pts

Pabhaṅgu, Pabhaṅguṇa & ˚gura

adjective brittle, easily destroyed, perishable frail.

  1. pabhaṅgu: SN.iii.32; SN.v.92; AN.i.254, AN.i.257 sq. AN.iii.16; Dhs-a.380; Sdhp.51, Sdhp …

pabhaṅgura →

pts

Pabhaṅgu, Pabhaṅguṇa & ˚gura

adjective brittle, easily destroyed, perishable frail.

  1. pabhaṅgu: SN.iii.32; SN.v.92; AN.i.254, AN.i.257 sq. AN.iii.16; Dhs-a.380; Sdhp.51, Sdhp …

pabhaṅguṇa →

pts

Pabhaṅgu, Pabhaṅguṇa & ˚gura

adjective brittle, easily destroyed, perishable frail.

  1. pabhaṅgu: SN.iii.32; SN.v.92; AN.i.254, AN.i.257 sq. AN.iii.16; Dhs-a.380; Sdhp.51, Sdhp …

pabhāveti →

pts

to increase, augment, foster Pv.ii.9#64 = Dhp-a.iii.220 (dakkhiṇeyyaṃ)
pp pabhāvita.

Caus. of pabhavati

pabhāvita →

pts

increased, furthered, promoted Thag.767 (bhava-netti˚); explained by samuṭṭhita C.

pp. of pabhāveti

pacalita →

pts

shaken, wavering, unstable Thag.260.

pp. of pacalati

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 …

paccañjana →

pts

anointing, ointment, unction DN.i.12 = MN.i.511; DN-a.i.98 (= bhavanīya-sītalabhessajj’ añjanaṃ).

paṭi + añjana

pacceti →

pts

to come on to, come back to, fig. fall back on, realise, find one’s hold in DN.i.186 (“take for granted,” cp. note Dial. i.252); MN.i.309 (kaṃ hetuṃ), MN.i.445 (id.); SN.i.182 (“believe in,” C. icch …

pacchijjati →

pts

to be cut short, to be interrupted Ja.i.503 (lohitaṃ p.).

pa + chijjati, Pass. of chid

pacchita →

pts

cut off, skinned Ja.vi.249.

pa + chita, Sk. pracchita, pp. of chā, only in combination with prefixes

pacchā →

pts

adverb behind, aft, after, afterwards, back; westward DN.i.205; Snp.645 Snp.773, Snp.949; Mnd.33 (= pacchā vuccati anāgataṃ, pure vuccati atītaṃ); Cnd.395; Dhp.172, Dhp.314, Dhp.421; Pv.i.11#1 Pv.i.11 …

paccoḍḍita →

pts

laid in return (of a snare) Ja.ii.183 (variant reading paccoṭṭita).

paṭi + oḍḍita

paccupaṭṭhahati →

pts

…only in pp. paccupaṭṭhita and in Caus paccupaṭṭhāpeti (q.v.).

paṭi +…

paccupaṭṭhita →

pts

…of paccupaṭṭhahati; cp. BSk. pratyupasthita, Divy Index

paccuppanna →

pts

what has arisen (just now), existing, present (as opposed to atīta past & anāgata future) MN.i.307, MN.i.310; MN.iii.188 MN.iii.190, MN.iii.196; SN.i.5; SN.iv.9 …

paccākoṭita →

pts

flattened or smoothed out, pressed, ironed (ākoṭita + of the robes) MN.i.385; SN.ii.281; Dhp-a.i.37.

pp. of paṭi + ākoṭeti

padahati →

pts

…impossible, because the fire will burn you)

pp pahita (q.v.).

pa + dhā

padakkhiṇa →

pts

…learning Ja.iv.469 (= susikkhita C.). 3. lucky auspicious, turning out well or favourable Ja.v.353 (= sukha-nipphattin vuddhi-yutta…

padara →

pts

…ca); Ja.vi.529.

padhansita →

pts

offended, assaulted Ja.ii.422. See also app˚.

pp. of padhaṃseti

padhaṃsati →

pts

…SN.ii.264. Also neg. appadhaṃsiya (& ˚ka); (q.v.). pp. padhaṃsita (q.v.).

pa + dhaṃsati

padhāna →

pts

…thoughts, practice of meditation & guarding one’s character. These 4 are mentioned at DN.iii.225; AN.ii.16; Pts.i.84; Pts.ii.14 sq. Pts.ii.56,…

padhānavant →

pts

…(cp. Cnd.394), Snp.531.

fr….

padhānika →

pts

adjective making efforts, exerting oneself in meditation, practising “padhāna” DN-a.i.251.

fr. padhāna

padhāniya →

pts

…of 9 (the four + kankhā-vitaraṇa˚, maggâmagga-ñāṇa paṭipadāñāṇa-dassana˚, ñāṇa-dassana˚ paññā˚) DN.iii.288;…

padhārita →

pts

…in mind“) read patthārita at Thag.842 (see pattharati)
padhārehi (variant reading F.) at Snp.1149 read…

padhūpita →

pts

…[wrapt] in flames“; C. santāpita) Vv-a.237 (so read with variant reading SS. for T. pavūsita; meaning scented, filled with scent).

pa…

padhūpāti →

pts

…T., variant reading SS padhūpāyi & padhūmāyi)
pp padhūpita (q.v.).

pa + dhūpāyati

padoseti →

pts

…(= manaṃ padoseyya Snp-a.477) Ne.132; SN.iv.70; Snp-a.11 (mano padoseyya)
pp padūsita (q.v.).

Caus. of…

padāleti →

pts

…DN-a.i.37 (Sineruṃ) See also sam˚
pp padālita (q.v.).

Caus. of pa + dal

padālita →

pts

…SN.iii.83; AN.v.88 (appadālita-pubbaṃ lobhakkhandhaṃ); Snp.546 (āsavā te p.; quoted at Vv-a.9); Thag-a.34 (as AN.v.88 with moha˚).

pp….

padālitatta →

pts

the fact of having (med.) or being (pass.) pierced or broken, abl. padālitattā on account of having broken Mil.287.

abstr. fr. padālita

padāna →

pts

…AN.i.102 (bāla˚ & paṇḍita˚) Ja.i.97 (sotāpattimagg’ ādi˚) Pv-a.71 (anubala˚) Thag-a.35 (anupattidhammatā˚)
■ At Thag.47 Kern…

padīpeti →

pts

…Thag-a.72 (Ap. v. 46); Sdhp.63, Sdhp.332, Sdhp.428
pp padīpita (q.v.).

Caus. of padippati

padīpita →

pts

lit, burning, shining Mil.40. Padipiya & Padipeyya;

pp. of padīpeti

padūseti →

pts

…(= manaṃ padoseyya Snp-a.477) Ne.132; SN.iv.70; Snp-a.11 (mano padoseyya)
pp padūsita (q.v.).

Caus. of…

padūsita →

pts

made bad, corrupted, spoilt Iti.13 (variant reading padussita). Paduseti & Padoseti;

pp. of padūseti

paggahita →

pts

holding up, or (being) held up Vin.ii.131 (chatta˚ holding up a parasol,) Vin.ii.207 (id.); Ja.vi.235; Snp-a.175 (= Snp.p.21).

pp. of paggaṇhāti, cp. BSk. pragṛhīta lofty Divy.7, Divy.102

paggalita →

pts

dripping Pv-a.56 (variant reading for T. vigalita).

pp. of pa + gal

paggaṇhāti →

pts

…viriyena carati)

pp paggahita (q.v.)
caus paggaheti to exert Mil.390 (mānasaṃ)
caus 2 paggaṇhāpeti to cause to…

paggharati →

pts

…pagghariṃsu)
pp paggharita (q.v.).

pa + gharati, which stands for kṣarati, also appearing as jharati, cp. Sk….

paggharaṇaka →

pts

adjective flowing, trickling, oozing out Ja.vi.187 (app˚-velā), Ja.vi.531; Dhp-a.i.126 (lohitaṃ); Vism.262.

fr. paggharati

paggharita →

pts

flowing, trickling SN.ii.179; Thig.466; Pv-a.198 (khīra).

pp. of paggharati

pagiddha →

pts

adjective greedy after, clinging to, finding delight in (loc.) Ja.v.269 (= gadhita mucchita C. on p. 274).

pa + giddha

paguṇa →

pts

adjective learned, full of knowledge, clever, well-acquainted, familiar DN.iii.170; Vv.53#2 (= nipuṇa Vv-a.232); Ja.ii.243; Ja.iv.130; Ja.v.399; Vism.95 (Majjhimo me paguṇo: I am well versed in the …

pahasati →

pts

to laugh, giggle Ja.v.452 (ūhasati +). See also pahassati & pahāsati
pp pahasita (q.v.).

pa + has

pahasita →

pts

laughing, smiling, joyful, pleased Mil.297; Ja.i.411 (nicca˚ mukha), Ja.ii.179.

pp. of pahasati or ˚hassati

pahassati →

pts

…hāsajāta) The pp. pahasita (q.v.) is derived fr. pres. pahasati which makes the equation pahassati =…

pahaṃsati →

pts

…& pahaṃsita1* (q.v.).

pa + haṃsati1 = ghaṃsati1, of ghṛṣ to rub,…

pahaṃsita →

pts

…pp. of pahasati, because of combination haṭṭha pahaṭṭha hasita pahasita.

pp. of pahaṃsati2

pahita →

pts

…thus identifying pahita1 & pahita2, see K.S. 320); SN.ii.21, SN.ii.239; SN.iii.73 sq. SN.iv.60, SN.iv.145,…

pahiṇati →

pts

…Vv-a.65
pp pahita2 (q.v.). There is another aor. pāhesi (Sk. prāhaiṣīt) in analogy to which a…

pajahati →

pts

…Snp.558; Vv-a.73, & pajahitabba
pp pahīna (q.v.)
pass pahīyati (q.v.).

pa + jahati of…

pajappita →

pts

desired, longed for SN.i.181; Ja.vi.359.

pp. of pajappeti

pajjalati →

pts

…Snp.687 (sikhi pajjalanto); Ja.i.215 Thag-a.62; Pv-a.38
pp pajjalita (q.v.).

pa + jalati of jval

pajjalita →

pts

in flames, burning, blazing SN.i.133; Snp.p.21 (aggi); Dhp.146; Pv-a.43 (sāṭakā).

pp. of pajjalati

pakampita →

pts

shaken, trembling SN.i.133 = Thig.200.

pp. of pa + kamp

pakappeṭi →

pts

…(pakappayitvā = takkayitvā vitakkayitvā saṃkappayitvā Mnd.295)
pp pakappita (q.v.).

pra + Caus. of kḷp, cp….

pakappita →

pts

…view“ Fausböll; cp. Mnd.72 and pakappanā), Snp.802, Snp.838 (= kappita abhisankhata saṇṭhapita Mnd.186), Snp.902, Snp.910.

pp….

pakata →

pts

…(pāpaṃ samācaritaṃ Pv-a.214); Mil.218; Dhp-a.ii.11 (pāpaṃ) Pv-a.31, Pv-a.35, Pv-a.103 (ṭ), Pv-a.124
■ icchāpakata…

pakaṭṭhita →

pts

see pakk˚.

pakiṇāti →

pts

to deal in Vin.ii.267 (grd. ˚kiṇitabba).

pa + kiṇāti

pakkaṭhati →

pts

…cp J.P.T.S. 1884, 84)
pp pakkaṭhita (q.v.). Pakkathita (pakkuthita)

pa + kaṭhati of kvath

pakkaṭhita →

pts

…pa + kaṭhita. To kvath, P. kuthati & kaṭhati, appearing in pp. as kaṭhita, kuthita, kaṭṭhita and kuṭṭhita, cp Geiger, P.Gr. § 42

pakkaṭṭhī →

pts

…explained by C. as katita-(= kaṭh˚) gomaya, boiling cow-dung, variant reading chakaṇakā see p.537. The id. p. at Cnd.199 reads…

pakkhandaka →

pts

…praskandikā, BR. without refs. diarrhoea, dysentery DN.ii.127 (lohita˚); Ja.iii.143; Ja.v.441 (lohita˚); Mil.134.

pakkhandin →

pts

…(adj.) bold, braggart, lit. jumping on or forth Dhp.244; Snp.89 (= pakkhandaka Snp-a.164). 2. a military scout, lit an onrusher, a bravo DN.i.51…

pakkhin →

pts

adjective noun

  1. winged the winged one, a bird DN.i.71 (+ sakuṇa = pakkhayutto sakuṇo DN-a.i.208) = AN.ii.209 = AN.v.206 = Pp.58; SN.ii.231; Snp.606 (= sakuṇo Snp-a.465); Pv.iii.5#3 (˚gaṇā = saku …

pakkhipati →

pts

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

pakkuthita →

pts

…pa + kaṭhita. To kvath, P. kuthati & kaṭhati, appearing in pp. as kaṭhita, kuthita, kaṭṭhita and kuṭṭhita, cp Geiger, P.Gr. § 42

pakopa →

pts

agitation, effervescence, anger, fury Dhs.1060; Vism.235, Vism.236.

pa + kopa

pakāsati →

pts

…annunciation Vin.ii.189 (cp. Vin. Texts iii.239)
pp pakāsita (q.v.).

pa + kāś

pakāsita →

pts

explained, manifested, made known SN.i.161, SN.i.171 sq.; SN.ii.107 (su˚); Pv-a.53, Pv-a.63.

pp. of pakāseti

paladdha →

pts

…MN.i.511 (nikata vañcita p. where variant reading and id p. SN.iv.307 however reads paluddha); Ja.iii.260 (dava˚…

palambati →

pts

to hang down Thag-a.210; Sdhp.110
pp palambita (q.v.). See also abhi˚.

pa + lambati

palambita →

pts

hanging down Thig.256, Thig.259; Thag-a.211.

pp. of palambati

palaḷita →

pts

…(“sporting in pleasures”? Or should we read palolita?).

pa + laḷita

palibuddha →

pts

…Ja.ii.417 Cnd.107 (paliveṭhita +); Mil.388 (ākāso a˚) Mil.404; Dhp-a.iii.198. Often in phrase lagga laggita p. Cnd.88 Cnd.107, Cnd.332,…

palibuddhati →

pts

…see Cnd.p.188 under nissita] to be obstructed or hindered, to be kept by (instr. or loc.) to stick or adhere to, to trouble about attend to…

paligha →

pts

…or put up DN.i.105 (= ṭhapita˚ DN-a.i.274), opp. ukkhitta˚; with cross-bars (i.e. obstacles) withdrawn or removed MN.i.139 = AN.iii.84 =…

paliguṇṭhita →

pts

…+ guṇṭhita, variant palikuṇṭhita, as kuṇṭhita & guṇḍhita are found

palikhata →

pts

dug round or out SN.iv.83 (so read with variant reading for T. palikhita).

pp. of palikhaṇati

palikuṇṭhita →

pts

covered, enveloped, smeared with Ja.ii.92 (lohita˚).

a var. of paliguṇṭhita, q.v. & cp. Geiger,

Pali Grammar

§ 39#1

palita →

pts

phalita also occurs (e.g. Pv-a.153)
■ Der. pālicca.

cp. Vedic palita; Gr. πελιτνός,…

paliveṭheti →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.269; Dhs-a.366
pass paliveṭhīyati Mil.74
pp paliveṭhita (q.v.). See also sam˚.

pari +…

paliveṭhita →

pts

…round, entwined, encircled, fettered Cnd.107 (˚veṭṭh˚, combined with laggita & palibuddha); Ja.iv.436; Ja.vi.89. Cp. sam˚.

pp. of…

pallatthita →

pts

perverse Ja.v.79.

doubtful, perhaps we should read paliyattha, see Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v.

pallavita →

pts

adjective having sprouts, burgeoning, budding Mil.151; Vv-a.288 (sa˚ full of sprouts).

fr. pallava

palobheti →

pts

…Ja.vi.215; Snp-a.492; Dhp-a.i.123 Dhp-a.i.125; Pv-a.55
pp palobhita (q.v.).

Caus. of pa + lubh

palobhita →

pts

desired Pv-a.154.

pp. of palobheti

paluddha →

pts

…Ja.vi.255 Ja.vi.262. See also palobheti & palobhita.

pp. of pa + lubh

palāta →

pts

run away Ja.vi.369; Vism.326; Vv-a.100; Dhp-a.ii.21.

contracted form of palāyita, pp. of palāyati, cp. Prk. palāa (= *palāta) Pischel, Prk. Gr. § 567

palāyati →

pts

…Thag.307; imper. palehi Snp.831 (= gaccha Snp-a.542)
pp palāta & palāyita; Caus palāpeti1 (q.v.).

cp. Vedic palāyati,…

palāḷita →

pts

pamaddati →

pts

…with vāta-pahaṭa).

pa +…

pamajjanā →

pts

-itatta (nt.) are abstr. formations fr. pa + mad, in the sense of pamāda carelessness etc., occur as philological…

pamajjati →

pts

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

pamathita →

pts

crushed, only in cpd. sam˚ (q.v.).

pp. of pa + mathati to crush

pamaññā →

pts

only neg. ap˚; immeasurableness Vb.272 sq. (catasso appamaññāyo viz. mettā, karuṇā, muditā, upekhā). See appamaññā.

abstr. fr. pamāṇa, for *pamānyā, grd. form. of pa + *[mā …

pamaṭṭa →

pts

in cpd. luñcita-pamaṭṭā kapotī viya (simile for a woman who has lost all her hair) at Pv-a.47 is doubtful it should probably be read as…

pameyya →

pts

…not to be measured, illimitable, unfathomable SN.i.148; SN.v.400; MN.iii.71, MN.iii.127; AN.i.266; Vv.34#19 (= paminituṃ asakkhuṇeyya…

pamināti →

pts

…pamāya (q.v.);
grd paminitabba Vv-a.278;
aor 3rd sg. pāmesi Ja.v.299 3rd pl. pamiṃsu AN.ii.71; Thag.469…

pamodati →

pts

…Pv.i.11#5; Vv-a.278 (= āmodati)-Caus. pamodeti id. Sdhp.248
pp pamudita (pamodita); (q.v.). Cp….

pamodita →

pts

…Snp.512; Ja.iii.55; DN-a.i.217, Thag-a.71; Pv-a.77, Pv-a.132
■ Spelt pamodita at Snp.681, Ja.i.75; Ja.v.45 (āmodita…

pamucchita →

pts

…Pv.iv.10#8. 2. infatuated SN.i.187 (variant reading; T. samucchita) = Thag.1219; Ja.iii.441.

pa + mucchita

pamudita →

pts

…Snp.512; Ja.iii.55; DN-a.i.217, Thag-a.71; Pv-a.77, Pv-a.132
■ Spelt pamodita at Snp.681, Ja.i.75; Ja.v.45 (āmodita…

pamāyin →

pts

adjective measuring, estimating, defining SN.i.148 (appameyyaṃ p. “who to th’ illimitable limit lays” trsl.; corresponds with…

pamāṇa →

pts

…duration Pv-a.136 (jīvitaṃ paricchinna ˚ṃ); esp. in cpd. āyu˚ age SN.i.151; AN.i.213; AN.ii.126 sq. and passim (cp. āyu). 3. age…

panaccati →

pts

to dance (forth), to dance Thag-a.257 (ppr. panaccanta)
pp panaccita (q.v.).

pa + naccati

panaccita →

pts

dancing, made to dance Thig.390.

pp. of panaccati

panna →

pts

…SN.i.233; Dhp.402 (= ohitakhandha-bhāra Dhp-a.iv.168); Snp.626, Snp.914 (cp Mnd.334) Thag.1021.

panta →

pts

adjective distant, remote, solitary, secluded; only in phrase pantaṃ senāsanaṃ (sayanāsanaṃ) or pantāni senāsanāni “solitary bed &…

panudati →

pts

…substituted for T. pamajjamānena)
pp panunna & panudita; (q.v.).

pa + nudati

panudita →

pts

dispelled, driven out Snp.483 (panūdita metri causa, variant reading panudita). See also panunna. Panunna (Panunna & Panunna);

pp. of panudati

papañceti →

pts

…to be profuse. to talk much, to delay on Snp-a.136

pp papañcita.

Denom. fr. papañca

papañcita →

pts

obsessed, illusioned Snp-a.495 (a˚ gihipapañ-cena)
■ nt. obsession, vain imagination illusion SN.iv.203 ≈ Vb.390.

pp. of papañceti

papitāmaha →

pts

paternal great-grandfather Dāvs iii.29.

pa + pitāmaha

papīliṭa →

pts

worn out, rubbed through (of the sole of sandals) Ja.ii.223.

pa + pīḷita

para →

pts

…others Pv.iii.7#3. -hita the good or welfare of others (opp. attahita) DN.iii.233; Pv-a.16, Pv-a.163….

parama →

pts

…˚visuddhi AN.v.64; ˚saññita Thig.210; ˚suñña Pts.ii.184; ˚suddhi Snp-a.528; abl. paramatthato Mil.28; Vv-a.24 (manusso), Vv-a.30…

pareta →

pts

…Snp.736, Snp.818 (= samohita samannāgata pihita Mnd.149), Snp.1092, Snp.1123; Ja.iii.157; Pv.i.8#6; Pv.ii.2#4; Mil.248; Pv-a.61,…

pari →

pts

…→ paritāpa, abhipīḷita → pari˚, abhipūreti → pari˚, abhirakkhati → pari˚), cp also its relation to ā in var….

paribbājayitar →

pts

one who indulges in the practice of a Wanderer, fig. one who leads a virtuous ascetic life Snp.537 (T. ˚vajjayitā). Perhaps we should read -bājayitvā for -bājayitā, cp. Snp-a.434 nikkhamet[v]ā …

paribhavati →

pts

…Snp.p.93. (= paribhavitabba Snp-a.424)
caus paribhāveti; pp. paribhūta (q.v.).

pari…

paribhuñjati →

pts

…Ja.i.243 (dup˚); & -bhuñjitabba Pv-a.71 (with nt. abstr ˚tabbatta)
pass ˚bhuñjiyati, ppr. ˚iyamāna SN.i.90 2. [see…

paribhāveti →

pts

…Vin.i.279 (uppalahatthāni bhesajjehi p.); Ja.iv.407
pp paribhāvita (q.v.).

Caus. of paribhavati

paribhāvita →

pts

  1. penetrated, supplied, filled with, trained, set DN.ii.81 (saddhā-p. cittaṃ, sīla etc.; trsl. “set round with,” cp. Dial. ii.86), cp. SN.v.369; Snp.23 (cittaṃ p.; Snp-a.37 saṃvāsiya); Mil.361; P …

paribrūhati →

pts

…to speak which is evidently a confusion)
pp paribbūḷha paribrūhita; (q.v.).

pari + brūhati of bṛh2

paribrūhita →

pts

increased, furthered, strengthened Thag-a.245.

pp. of paribrūheti

paricakkhitar →

pts

one who looks round or enquires, neg. a˚ Ja.v.77.

n. ag. fr. pari + cakṣ, cp. akkhi & cakkhu

pariccajati →

pts

…Pv-a.221 (read jīvitaṃ pariccajati for parivajjati; cp. BSk. jīvitaṃ parityakṣyāmi Avs.i.210); Sdhp.539
pp…

pariccatta →

pts

…thrown out, left behind Ja.i.69, Ja.i.174, Ja.i.477; Mil.280; Pv-a.178, Pv-a.219 (= virādhita); Sdhp.374.

pp. of pariccajati; cp. BSk….

pariccheda →

pts

…(˚nadī-tīra). 3. limitation, restriction Dhp-a.ii.88, Dhp-a.ii.98; Pv-a.20 (˚ṃ karoti to restrict). 4. division (of time), in…

paricchinna →

pts

  1. restricted, limited, small Dhp-a.i.58; Pv-a.136 (˚ppamāṇa).
  2. divided measured Vism.184; Pv-a.185 (= mita).

pp. of paricchindati

pariccāga →

pts

…Pts.ii.98 Ja.i.12 (jīvita˚) Dhp-a.iii.441 (pañca mahāpariccāgā the five great sacrifices i.e. the giving up of the most valuable…

paricita →

pts

…(aggi˚ etc. read aggiparijita); Thag-a.52; Mil.140 (iddhipādā p.); Dāvs iv.19
aparicita unfamiliar Dhp-a.i.71.

pp. of pari +…

paricāreti →

pts

…to amuse oneself, gratify one’s senses, to have recreation, find pleasure paricārita* q.v. See also…

paricārita →

pts

served by; delighted by, indulging in MN.i.504.

pp. of paricāreti

paridahati →

pts

…ca C.)
pp paridahita (q.v.). Caus. ii. paridahāpeti to cause to be clothed Pv-a.49 (= acchādeti).

pari +…

paridahita →

pts

put round, put on (of clothing) Pv-a.43.

pp. of paridahati

parideva →

pts

…ādevitattaṃ paridevitattaṃ; often combined with soka grief, e.g. at DN.i.36; Snp.862; Iti.89; Pv-a.39, Pv-a.61
■…

paridevati →

pts

…Snp-a.573, ˚devaneyya Snp.970 (= ādevaneyya Mnd.493)
pp paridevita (q.v.).

pari + devati, div

paridevita →

pts

lamentation, wailing Snp.590; Pv.i.12#3 (= ruditaṃ Pv-a.63); Mil.148 (kanditap.˚-lālappita-mukha).

pp. of paridevati

paridevitatta →

pts

lamentation etc.; only exegetical construction in expln of parideva at DN.ii.306 = Cnd.416.

abstr. fr. paridevita

paridīpeti →

pts

to make bright, to illustrate, to explain Mil.131; Sdhp.491
pp paridīpita (q.v.).

pari + dīpeti

paridīpita →

pts

…Kvu-a.8 Sdhp.305.

pp. of…

parigaṇhāti →

pts

…3 to comprise, summarise Kp-a.166, Kp-a.167
pp pariggahita (q.v.).

pari + gṛh

pariggahita →

pts

taken, seized, taken up, haunted, occupied Vin.iii.51 (manussānaṃ p. by men), Vin.iv.31, Vin.iv.278; Dhp-a.i.13 (amanussa˚ by ghosts); Pv-a.87 Pv-a.133; Sdhp.64
■ f. abstr, -tā being possessed …

pariharitabbatta →

pts

necessity of guarding Vism.98.

abstr. fr. grd. of pariharati

parihaṭa →

pts

…in phrase sukha-parihaṭa (+ sukhe ṭhita) steeped in good fortune Vin.iii.13 (corr. sukhedhita accordingly!); Ja.ii.190 (pariharaka variant…

parihāra →

pts

…katvā tattha pariharitabbaṃ pariharantānaṃ kīḷanaṃ“ DN-a.i.85 trsld as “keeping going over diagrams” Dial.

parijita →

pts

…Vin.ii.109 (so read for paricita).

pp. of pari + ji, jayati; Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. proposes reading parijīta, Sk. form of P. parijīna,…

parikamma →

pts

…preparations for meditation Ja.i.141 Ja.iv.306; Ja.v.162, Ja.v.193; Dhs-a.168; cp. Cpd. 54; Dhp-a.i.105 (2.) service, attention,…

parikanta →

pts

…Vin.ii.80 (bhāsita˚) is probably to be read as pārikata. Bdhgh explains as parik kametvā kata, but it is difficult to derive it fr….

parikappita →

pts

inclined, determined, decided, fixed upon Sdhp.362, 602.

pp. of parikappati

parikhā →

pts

…by khāta-parikha ṭhapita-paligha at DN-a.i.274) MN.i.139 (sankiṇṇa˚ adj. with trenches filled, epithet of an Arahant, combined with…

parikitteti →

pts

to declare, praise, make public Mil.131, Mil.141, Mil.230, Mil.383
pp parikittita (q.v.).

pari + kitteti

parikittita →

pts

declared, announced, made public Sdhp.601.

pp. of parikutteti

parikkhaka →

pts

adjective investigating, examining, experienced, shrewd Pv-a.131 (lokiya˚ experienced in the ways of the world, for agarahita).

fr. parikkhati

parikkhāra →

pts

…DN-a.i.297); MN.i.104 (jīvita˚), MN.iii.11; SN.ii.29; AN.iv.62 (citt’ ālankāraṃ citta-parikkhār atthaṃ dānaṃ), AN.iv.236 (id.);…

parikkhīṇatta →

pts

…fact of being exhausted, exhaustion, extinction, destruction DN-a.i.128 (jīvitassa); Pv-a.63 (kammassa), Pv-a.148 (id.).

abstr. of…

parikkita →

pts

at Ja.v.74 is probably to be read parikkhita (pari + ukṣ): see okkhita “sprinkled, strewn,” unless it is misreading for parikiṇṇa.

parikupita →

pts

greatly excited, very much agitated AN.ii.75; Mil.253.

pp. of pari + kup

parimaddati →

pts

…with, to frequent Dhp-a.i.90 (samayaṃ p.)
pp parimaddita (q.v.).

pari + mṛd

parimaddhita →

pts

brought to an end or standstill, destroyed Ja.i.145 (˚sankhāra).

pp. of pari + maddheti, Caus. of mṛdh to neglect

parimaddita →

pts

crushed, rubbed, treated MN.i.129 (su˚ well-treated).

pp. of parimaddati

parimināti →

pts

…Thag-a.26; and -minituṃ Mil.316;
grd -meyya (q.v.)
pp parimita (q.v.).

pari +

parimita →

pts

measured, restricted, limited, only in neg. ; measureless Pv.ii.8#11; Mil.287, Mil.343.

pp. of parimināti

parimitatta →

pts

the condition of being measured Pv-a.254.

fr. parimita

parimohita →

pts

adjective very confused, muddled, dulled, bewildered, infatuated Sdhp.206.

pp. of pari + Caus. of muh

parimārita →

pts

mortified, only in phrase -indriya Ja.i.361; Ja.iii.515; Ja.iv.9, Ja.iv.306 Ja.v.152; Dāvs i.16.

pp. of pari + māreti, Caus. of mṛ.

parinibbuta →

pts

…kālaṃ); Snp.359 (+ ṭhitatta), Snp.370 (id.), Snp.467 (p udaka-rahado va sīto); Thag.5 (cp. Brethren 113); Ja.iv.303,…

parinibbāna →

pts

…khandhavaṭṭassa khepitattā an-upādi-sesena cā ti dvīhi pi parinibbānehi parinibbutā, an-upādāno viya padīpo…

parinibbāpeti →

pts

… pp parinibbuta (see p. No. 3) & parinibbāpita (only in n. ag. ˚āpetar, q.v.).

pari + nibbāpeti

parinimmita →

pts

at Dhs.1280 read para˚.

pariniṭṭhita →

pts

adjective accomplished MN.iii.53; Thig.283; Dhp-a.ii.78.

pari + niṭṭhita

pariphandati →

pts

…na sakkoti Dhp-a.i.289); Ja.iv.93; Mil.91, Mil.249. pp. pariphandita (q.v.).

pari + spand

pariphandita →

pts

wavered, trembled, quivered Ja.iii.24.

pp. of pariphandati

paripothita →

pts

beaten, whipped Mil.188 (laguḷehi).

pp. of paripotheti

paripphoseti →

pts

…Ja.vi.566; Pv.iii.10#2 (˚itvā = āsiñcitvā Pv-a.231)
pp paripphosita (q.v.).

pari + Caus. of pruṣ

paripphosita →

pts

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

pp. of paripphoseti

paripāceti →

pts

…= vaḍḍhetvā C.); Mil.232 Mil.285, Mil.288, Mil.296
pp paripācita Vism.365.

pari + pāceti, Caus. of pacati

paripāleti →

pts

…guard (carefully) Pv-a.130 (= rakkhati)
pp paripālita (q.v.)
pass -pāliyati Ne.105 (= rakkhitaṃ).

pari +…

paripālita →

pts

guarded Vism.74.

pp. of paripāleti

paripāteti →

pts

…Ja.ii.208 Ja.iii.380; Mil.279, Mil.367; Kp-a.73 (see App. II. p. 353 n. 9)
pp paripātita (q.v.).

Caus. of…

paripātita →

pts

attacked, pursued, brought into difficulty Vv-a.336.

pp. of paripāteti

paripīta →

pts

adjective very dear, highly valued Sdhp.571.

pari + pīta

paripīḷita →

pts

adjective oppressed, vexed, injured Mil.97 (aggi-santāpa-pariḷāha˚), Mil.303 jighacchāya).

pari + pīlita, pp. of pīḍ

paripūra →

pts

adjective full, complete, perfected, accomplished DN.i.75; DN.i.133; DN.iii.94; SN.ii.32; SN.iv.247; SN.v.269 (f. ˚ī); AN.ii.77; AN.v.10 sq.; Snp.205, Snp.1017; Pts.i.15, Pts.i.18, Pts.i.49 Pts.i.172; …

paripūreti →

pts

…Sdhp.371
ppr med -pūramāna DN.i.103
pp paripūrita (q.v.).

Caus. of paripūrati

paripūrita →

pts

filled (to overflowing), full Pv-a.216.

pp. of paripūreti

parirañjita →

pts

dyed, coloured; fig. marked or distinguished by (instr.) Mil.75.

pari + rañjita

parisappanā →

pts

running about, fear, hesitation, doubt, always combined with āsappanā and only found with ref. to the exegesis of “doubt” (vicikicchā or…

parisaṃsibbita →

pts

sewn together, entwined Dhp-a.iii.198 (variant reading for saṃsibbita +).

pari + pp. of saṃsibbati

parisaṅkati →

pts

…fear, have apprehension Ja.iii.210, Ja.iii.541; Dhp-a.i.81
pp -saṅkita (q.v.). Cp. āsaṅkati.

pari +…

parisaṅkita →

pts

…Ja.v.80; Mil.372; Dhp-a.i.223 (āsankita˚)
■ Cp. āsaṅkita & ussaṅkita.

pp. of parisankati

parisedita →

pts

…176.

pp. of pari + Caus. of svid, Sk. parisvedita in slightly diff. use

parisibbita →

pts

sewn round, bordered Vin.i.186; Ja.v.377.

pp. of pari + sibbati

parisodheti →

pts

…DN.iii.49; SN.iv.104; AN.ii.211; AN.iii.92; Mnd.484; Pp.68
pp parisodhita (q.v.).

pari + Caus. of śudh

parisodhita →

pts

cleaned, cleansed, purified Mil.415; Sdhp.414.

pp. of parisodheti

parisoseti →

pts

to make dry up, to exhaust, make evaporate (water) Mil.389
pp parisosita (q.v.).

Caus. of parisussati

parisosita →

pts

dried up, withered away Sdhp.9.

pp. of parisoseti

parissāveti →

pts

…DN-a.i.206 (udakaṃ); DN-a.iii.207 (pānīyaṃ)
pp parissāvita (q.v.).

Caus. of pari + sru

parissāvita →

pts

strained, filtered Ja.i.198 (udaka).

pp. of parissāveti

parisukkhita →

pts

dried up, withered Mil.303 (˚hadaya).

pp. of pari + ṡukṣ. Intens. of śuṣ

paritajjita →

pts

scared (exceedingly), frightened Sdhp.147.

pari + tajjita

paritappati →

pts

…worry, sorrow Thig.313 (= santappati Thag-a.233) Mil.313
pp paritatta (q.v.).

Pass. of pari + tap

paritasati →

pts

…SN.iii.55; Iti.94. pp. paritasita (q.v.).

pari + tasati1, in form clearly = Sk. paritṛṣyati, but freq….

paritasita →

pts

worry, excitement DN.i.40 (variant reading ˚tassita, cp. Dial i.53). Paritassati (tasati)

pari + tasita1 or tasita2

paritassanā →

pts

…Mil.400
■ neg. SN.iii.15; MN.i.136.

fr. paritassati, q.v. for meaning

paritassati →

pts

…SN.iii.55; Iti.94. pp. paritasita (q.v.).

pari + tasati1, in form clearly = Sk. paritṛṣyati, but freq….

paritassin →

pts

adjective trembling, excited, worrying, only neg. ; AN.iv.108, AN.iv.111, AN.iv.230 sq.

fr. paritassati

paritatta →

pts

tormented, worried, vexed, grieved Mil.313.

pp. of paritappati

parito →

pts

adverb round about, around, on every side, everywhere, wholly Vin.ii.194; Snp-a.393; Vv-a.316; Pv-a.33.

fr. pari, cp. Sk. paritaḥ

paritāpa →

pts

Err:509

paritāpana →

pts

tormenting, torture, affliction, mortification MN.i.78, MN.i.341–MN.i.344; AN.i.151, AN.i.296 AN.ii.205 sq. (atta˚ self-mortification, opp. para˚); Pp.55 Pp.56, Pp.61; Pv-a.18 (atta˚), Pv-a.30 (id. …

paritāpeti →

pts

to burn, scorch, molest, trouble, torture, torment MN.i.341 (ātāpeti +), MN.i.506; SN.iv.337; AN.iii.54, AN.iii.380; Ja.v.420 (mā paritāpi).

pari + tapeti

parivajjeti →

pts

…Mil.91 (grd. ˚ajjayitabba), Mil.300, Mil.408; Pv-a.150 (variant reading ˚ajjati), Pv-a.221 (jīvitaṃ, for vijahati, better read with…

parivatteti →

pts

…Pv-a.131. 3. to change, exchange Vin.ii.174; Ja.iii.437

pp parivattita (q.v.).

Caus. of parivattati

parivattita →

pts

  1. turned round, twisted Ja.iv.384.
  2. recited Vism.96.

pp. of parivatteti

parivaṇṇeti →

pts

to describe, praise, extol Ja.vi.213 (ppr. ˚vaṇṇayanto)
pp -vaṇṇita.

pari + vaṇṇeti

parivaṇṇita →

pts

extolled, praised Sdhp.557.

pp. of parivaṇṇeti

pariveṇa →

pts

…as follows: veṇiyato pekkhitabbato pariveṇaṃ pāsāda-kūtâgāra-ratti-ṭṭhān’ ādisampannaṃ pākāraparikkhittaṃ…

pariveṭhita →

pts

enveloped, covered Mil.22. Opp. nibbeṭṭhita (q.v.).

pp. of pari + veṣṭ.

parivitakka →

pts

…phrase cetasā ceto- parivitakka mental reflection, e.g. DN.i.117; DN.ii.218; SN.i.121, SN.i.178; SN.iii.96; SN.v.294;…

parivitakketi →

pts

to consider, reflect, meditate upon Ja.iii.277
pp -vitakkita (q.v.).

pari + vitakketi

parivitakkita →

pts

reflected, meditated, thought over MN.i.32; SN.i.193
■ nt. ˚ṃ reflection, thinking over Pv-a.123 (˚e with ref. to nūna,…

parivuttha →

pts

…living (for a time), spending (or having spent) one’s probation (cp. BSk. paryuṣita-parivāsa Avs.i.259; Vin.iii.186 (tth); SN.ii.21…

parivuṭṭha →

pts

…living (for a time), spending (or having spent) one’s probation (cp. BSk. paryuṣita-parivāsa Avs.i.259; Vin.iii.186 (tth); SN.ii.21…

parivāra →

pts

  1. surrounding, suite, retinue, followers, entourage, pomp Ja.i.151; Ja.iv.38; Ja.vi.75; Pv-a.21, Pv-a.30 (˚cāga-cetana, read pariccāga-cetana?); usually as adj.-˚ surrounded by, in company of …

parivāreti →

pts

… ■ See also anuparivāreti
pp parivārita (q.v.).

Caus. of pari + vṛ.

parivārita →

pts

…gaṇena); Dāvs i.16 (variant reading for parimārita).

pp. of parivāreti

parivāsika →

pts

…variant reading samparivāsita (well-seasoned?). 2. a probationer Vin.ii.162. In this meaning usually spelt pāri˚ (q.v.). 3. in combination…

parivāsita →

pts

…(variant reading ˚vārita); cp. samparivāsita (well-seasoned?), which is perhaps to be read at Ja.ii.435 for aparivāsika.

pari + pp….

pariyanta →

pts

…Mnd.483).

  • -dassāvin seeing the limit AN.v.50.
  • -rahita without limits Dhp-a.iii.252.

pari +…

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

pariyatti →

pts

  1. adequacy, accomplishment, sufficiency capability, competency; indriya-paro˚; efficiency in the (knowledge of) thoughts of others SN.v.205; Ne.101 Three accomplishments are distinguished at DN-a …

pariyesanā →

pts

…DN.ii.280 (twofold, viz. sevitabbā and asevitabbā); DN.iii.289; MN.i.161 (twofold, viz ariyā & anariyā); AN.ii.247 (id.); SN.i.143; SN.ii.144,…

pariyesati →

pts

…Snp-a.414
pp pariyesita & pariyiṭṭha; (q.v.). Cp. for similar formation & meaning; ajjhesati with pp. ajjhesita…

pariyesita →

pts

searched, sought for, desired Iti.121. See also pariyiṭṭha.

pp. of pariyesati

pariyodapeti →

pts

…Dhp-a.ii.162; Ne.44; Thag-a.237 (indriyāni)
pp pariyodāta & pariyodapita; (q.v.).

pari + odapeti, of Caus. of 4 to clean

pariyodapita →

pts

cleansed, purified Ne.44 (cittaṃ).

pp. of pariyodapeti

pariyosita →

pts

…DN.ii.224; MN.i.12 (paripuṇṇa +). 2. [pp. of pari + ava + śri, cp. ajjhosita] fixed on, bent on Mil.140 (˚sankappa).

pp. of pari +…

pariyosāpeti →

pts

…Sk. syati, of which pp. pariyosita cp. osāpeti

pariyuṭṭhati →

pts

…(cittaṃ p.; corā magge pariyuṭṭhiṃsu)
pp pariyuṭṭhita (q.v.).

pari + uṭṭhāti

pariyuṭṭhita →

pts

…+ uṭṭhita, with variant reading at DN.ii.104 parivuṭṭhita and BSk. rendering paryavasthita: see remarks on…

pariyādāna →

pts

…& jīvita˚;* DN.i.46 (jīvita-pariyādānā abl., explained at Dhp.i.128 as “jīvitassa sabbaso pariyādinnattā parikkhīṇattā puna…

pariyāhanana →

pts

…+ ā +…

pariyāya →

pts

…Snp.p.218; also in foll. vitakka˚ MN.i.122; deva˚ AN.iii.402 sq.; peta˚ Pv-a.92 cp. Vism.41 (˚kathā). 5. in Abhidhamma terminology…

pariññāta →

pts

…right view of the food he eats, cp. Dhp-a.ii.172); Mil.352 (˚āhāro); contrasted with bhāvita consciousness is to be well studied, insight is…

pariṇāmeti →

pts

… ppr -ṇāmayamāna Ja.v.424. See also āvajjeti
pp pariṇāmita (q.v.).

Caus. of parinamati

pariṇāmita →

pts

  1. bent down Ja.vi.269 (of trees, overladen with fruit, C. explains as “entangled”)
  2. issued, apportioned, destined Ja.v.171; Pv-a.254.

pp. of pariṇāmeti

pariṇāmitar →

pts

one who destines or makes develop, fate, destiny Ja.vi.189.

n. ag. of pariṇāmeti

parovara →

pts

adjective noun high & low, far & near; pl. in sense of “all kinds” (cp. uccâvaca). The word is found only in the Sutta Nipāta, viz. Snp.353 (variant reading BB varāvaraṃ, varovaraṃ; explained as “loku …

parājeti →

pts

…parajjhāma) Ja.ii.403; aor. parājiyi: see above parāji
pp parājita (q.v.).

parā + jeti of ji, cp. jayati

parājita →

pts

defeated, having suffered a loss Vin.iv.5; SN.i.224; AN.iv.432; Snp.440, Snp.681; Dhp.201 (= parena parājito Dhp-a.iii.259, where Bdhgh takes it evidently as instr. of para = parā); Ja.i.293; Ja.ii.1 …

parāmasati →

pts

…at Cnd.227
ger parāmassa DN.ii.282; MN.i.130, MN.i.498 (but cp. p. 541); grd. parāmasitabba Ja.i.188
pp…

parāmaṭṭha →

pts

…SN.ii.94 Cnd.152 (gahita p. abhiniviṭṭha; cp. gahessasi No 227); Dhs.584, Dhs.1177, Dhs.1500; Sdhp.332
■ dup˚ wrongly grasped,…

parīta →

pts

see *vi*˚.

pasakkhita →

pts

…change to pamakkhita on ground of vv.ll. vamakkhita & malakita.

pasata →

pts

…(cup), as denoting the amount of a small gift.

etym.? Late Sk. pṛṣat or pṛṣad a drop; cp. phusita1 rain-drop = pṛṣata; BR….

pasattha →

pts

…Pv.ii.9#73 (so to be read for paseṭṭha), Pv.iv.1#52 (= vaṇṇita Pv-a.241); Dhs-a.124.

pp. of pasaṃsati

pasaṃsati →

pts

…Pv-a.25, Pv-a.131 (= vaṇṇeti)
pp pasattha pasaṃsita; (q.v.). Cp. paṭipasaṃsita.

pa + saṃs

pasaṃsita →

pts

praised SN.i.232; Snp.829, Snp.928; Dhp.228, Dhp.230; Mnd.169; Pv-a.116 (= vaṇṇita) Pv-a.130.

pp. of pasaṃsati, cp. pasattha

pasaṃsā →

pts

…thus at Pv.iv.7#13 (pāsaṃsa Minayeff) Pv-a.8, Pv-a.89 (= anindita).

fr. pa + śaṃs; cp. Vedic praśaṃsā

pasaṭṭha →

pts

…Pv.ii.9#73 (so to be read for paseṭṭha), Pv.iv.1#52 (= vaṇṇita Pv-a.241); Dhs-a.124.

pp. of pasaṃsati

pasibbita →

pts

sewn up, enveloped by (-˚) Thag.1150 (maṃsa-nahāru˚).

pp. of pa + siv

passaddhi →

pts

…(with ref. to vācā, vitakka-vicārā, pīti assāsa-passāsā, saññā-vedanā, rāga-dosa-moha, through the 4 jhānas etc.)….

passati →

pts

…SN.i.199
grd passitabba Ja.iv.390 (a˚)
fut passissati Pv.ii.4#6 Pv-a.6
aor passi

pasuta →

pts

si, Sk. prasita, on change of i to u see Geiger,

Pali Grammar

§ 19#3. In meaning confounded with pasavate of pa +…

pasādheti →

pts

to adorn, decorate, array Mhvs.vii.38; Dhp-a.i.398
pp pasādhita (q.v.).

Caus. of pa + sādh

pasādhita →

pts

adorned, arrayed with ornaments, embellished, dressed up Ja.i.489 (maṇḍita˚), Ja.ii.48 (id.); Ja.iv.219 (id.); Ja.v.510 (nahāta˚).

pp. of pasādheti

pasādiyā →

pts

…(a certain kind of rice: sūkara-sāli), yet the C. seems to take it as “bhūmiyaṃ patita”; variant reading pasāriya. Kern,

pasāreti →

pts

…to lay out, put forth, offer for sale Vin.ii.291; Dhp-a.ii.89

pp pasārita (q.v.) Cp. abhi˚

Caus. of pa + sṛ.

pasārita →

pts

…in contrast with sammiñjita, e.g. at DN.i.222; Vin.i.230; MN.iii.35, MN.iii.90; SN.i.137; Vism.19; Vv-a.6. 2. put forth…

patati →

pts

…Pv-a.16. pp. patita (q.v.)
caus pāteti (q.v.). Pass. (Caus. patīyati

pati →

pts

…patiṭṭhita etc.). All cases are referred to the form with paṭi˚, except in the case of patiṭṭh˚. The more frequent…

patika →

pts

adjective having a husband in mata˚ “with husband dead,” a widow Thig.221 (= vidhuva Thag-a.179); Ja.v.103 (ap˚ without husband, variant reading for appatīta, C. explains by assāmika) pavuttha˚ (a wo …

patita →

pts

fallen Dhp.68, Dhp.320; Ja.i.167; Mil.187; Pv-a.31 (read pātita), Pv-a.56.

pp. of patati

patitaka →

pts

adjective thrown or fallen into (loc.), dropped Vism.62.

fr. last

patiṭṭhahati →

pts

…Snp.506; Ja.ii.2 (rajje); Ja.iii.52; Ja.v.458 (rajje); Mil.33; Pv-a.142
pp patiṭṭhita (q.v.). Caus….

patiṭṭhita →

pts

…in DN.iii.101 (supatiṭṭhita-citta); MN.i.478; SN.i.40 SN.i.45, SN.i.185 (dhammesu); Iti.77; Snp.409, Snp.453; Ja.i.51 (kucchimhi), Ja.i.262…

patiṭṭhāpeti →

pts

…(hatthe)-aor. patiṭṭhāpesi Ja.i.138
pp patiṭṭhāpita (q.v.).

Caus. of…

patiṭṭhāpita →

pts

put down, set down, established Pv-a.139.

pp. of patiṭṭhāpeti

patiṭṭhāpitar →

pts

one who establishes AN.v.66.

n. ag. of patiṭṭhāpeti

patiṭṭhāti →

pts

…Snp.506; Ja.ii.2 (rajje); Ja.iii.52; Ja.v.458 (rajje); Mil.33; Pv-a.142
pp patiṭṭhita (q.v.). Caus….

patta-kkhandha →

pts

…hearts,“ explained as patita, see Vin. Texts iii.13); SN.i.124; MN.i.132, MN.i.258; MN.iii.298; AN.iii.57; Ja.v.17; Mil.5.

perhaps…

patta →

pts

…Snp.239 (= yaṃ kiñci harita-pannaṃ Snp-a.283); Pv-a.86.

  • -yāna having wings as vehicle, “winggoer,” i.e. a bird…

pattharati →

pts

patthaṭa (q.v.)
caus patthāreti with pp patthārita probably also to be read at Thag.842 for padhārita.

pa +…

patthaṇḍila →

pts

hermitage MN.ii.155.

pa + thandila

pattheti →

pts

…(med.) one who does not wish for himself Snp.914 (cp. Cnd.337)
pp patthita (q.v.).

pa + arth, cp. Sk. prārthayati

patthita →

pts

wished for, desired, requested, sought after Snp.836; Mil.227, Mil.361; Dhp-a.iv.201; Pv-a.47 (˚ākāra of the desired kind, as wished for) Sdhp.79 (a˚).

pp. of pattheti

patthīna →

pts

…+…

pattiya →

pts

…to be attained, to be shared or profited Pv.ii.9#31 (para˚ profitable to others, see expln at Pv-a.125).

grd….

patīta →

pts

pleased, delighted Dhp.68; Snp.379, Snp.679; Vv.84#10 (= pahaṭṭha Vv-a.337)
■ neg. appatīta displeased MN.i.27; Ja.v.103 (variant reading appatika, C explains by assāmika, i.e …

pavattar →

pts

…(mantānaṃ p. = pavattayitar DN-a.i.273); SN.iv.94; Dhp.76 (nidhīnaṃ p. = ācikkhitar Dhp-a.ii.107).

n. ag. of either pa + vac or pa…

pavattayitar →

pts

one who sets into motion or keeps up DN-a.i.273 (see foll.).

n. ag. to pavatteti

pavatteti →

pts

…wield, enforce Mil.189 (āṇaṃ cp. āṇāpavatti)

pp pavattita (q.v.).

Caus. of pavattati

pavattita →

pts

set going, inaugurated, established Vin.i.11 (dhammacakka); MN.iii.29, MN.iii.77; SN.i.191; Snp.556, Snp.557 (dhammacakka); Pv-a.67 (id.), Pv-a.140 (sangīti); Snp-a.454.

pp. of pavatteti

pavaḍḍha →

pts

grown up, increased, big, strong Ja.v.340 (˚kāya of huge stature; so read for pavaddha˚; explained as vaḍḍhita-kāya).

pp. of pavaḍḍhati

pavedeti →

pts

…Pv-a.68 (attānaṃ make oneself known), Pv-a.120
pp pavedita (q.v.).

Caus. of pa + vid

pavedhati →

pts

…Pv.iii.5#5 (= pakampamāna Pv-a.199); Ja.i.58; Ja.iii.395
pp pavedhita & pavyadhita; (q.v.).

pa + vyath, cp. pavyatheti

pavedita →

pts

made known, declared, taught MN.i.67 (su˚ & du˚); SN.i.231; Dhp.79, Dhp.281; Snp.171, Snp.330 Snp.838; Mnd.186.

pp. of pavedeti

pavellati →

pts

to shake, move to & fro, undulate SN.iv.289 (paveliyamānena kāyena); Ja.iii.395
pp pavellita (q.v.).

pa + vell

pavellita →

pts

shaken about, moving to & fro, swinging, trembling Ja.vi.456.

pp. of pavellati

pavikatthita →

pts

boasted Ja.i.359.

pp. of pa + vi + katthati

pavitakka →

pts

scepticism, speculation, controversy Snp.834; Mnd.176.

pa + vitakka

pavutta →

pts

…Snp.868 (= ācikkhita desita, etc. Mnd.271).

pp. of pa + vac, but sometimes confounded with pavatta, pp. of pa + vṛt, cp….

pavyadhita →

pts

afflicted, frightened, afraid Ja.vi.61 Ja.vi.166.

pp. of pa + vyath; the dh through analogy with pavedhita

pavyatheti →

pts

to cause to tremble, to shake Ja.v.409. Cp. pavedhati
pp pavyadhita (q.v.).

Caus. of pa + vyath

pavāhitatta →

pts

the fact of being removed or cleansed Ja.v.134.

abstr. fr. pavāhita, pp. of pavāheti

pavāreti →

pts

…Snp-a.57

pp pavārita (q.v.) See also sam˚. Pavala & Pavala;

Caus. of pa + vṛ; cp. BSk. pravārayati…

pavārita →

pts

…(+ paripuṇṇa pariyosita); Mil.231; Vism.71. 2. having come to the end of the rainy season Vin.i.175
■ Freq in formula *bhuttāvin…

pavāsita →

pts

…honoured Ja.v.377 (= pesita C.). 2. (so perhaps to be read for pavūsita T.) scented, permeated with scent Vv-a.237 (variant reading…

pavūsita →

pts

…Vv-a.237 is misreading either for pavāsita or (more likely) for padhūpita (as variant reading…

payirupāsati →

pts

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

payirupāsita →

pts

worshipped Pv-a.116 (= upaṭṭhita), Pv-a.205 (= purakkhata).

pp. of payirupāsati

payojeti →

pts

…to put out at interest (vaḍḍhiyā) DN-a.i.270

pp payojita (q.v.).

Caus. of payuñjati

payojita →

pts

  1. connected with, directed to, applied Snp-a.565.
  2. instigated, directed Mil.3.

pp. of payojeti

payuta →

pts

…tadatthaṃ vā payojita Snp-a.565; Mnd.389 however reads payutta and explains as “cīvarapayutta” etc.).

pp. of…

payutta →

pts

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

pañca →

pts

…5 kinds of music: ātata, vitata, ātata-vitata, ghana susira. -abhiññā 5 psychic powers (see Cpd. 209) -ānantarika-kammāni 5 acts…

pañña →

pts

…Pv-a.60 (= paṇḍita), Pv-a.131 (+ buddhimant); suvimutta˚ AN.v.29 sq.; hāsa˚ SN.i.63, SN.i.191; SN.v.376; Cnd.235 By itself (i.e….

paññā →

pts

…of concentration & meditation; 3 paññā-kkhandha (or ˚sampadā) code of intellectual duties or practice of the attainment of highest…

paṃsu →

pts

…(vv.ll. ˚kuṇḍita ˚kuṇṭhita) covered with dust or dirt SN.i.197; Ja.vi.559; Pv.ii.3#5
pisācaka a…

paṅka →

pts

…for *pele, as in Lat. palus; cp. Goth. fani mire, excrements Ohg, fenna “fen,” bog; also Ital. fango mud Ohg. fūht wet. See Walde *Lat….

paṇati →

pts

to sell, barter, bargain, risk, bet Ja.v.24 (= voharati attānaṃ vikkiṇati C.)
■ See also paṇitaka & paṇiya.

cp. Sk. paṇati

paṇeti →

pts

to lead on to, bring out, adduce, apply, fig. decree (a fine or punishment), only used in phrase daṇḍaṃ paṇeti to give a punishment DN.ii.339 = Mil.110; MN.ii.88; Dhp.310; Ja.ii.207; Ja.iii.441; Ja. …

paṇidahati →

pts

…the direction of, towards MN.i.74 (angārā-kāsuṃ)
pp paṇihita (q.v.).

pa + ni + dhā

paṇihita →

pts

…Mil.413
appaṇihita in connection with samādhi & vimokkha seems to mean “free from all longings,” see…

paṇitaka →

pts

adj. nt. staked, wagered, bet, wager, stake at play Ja.vi.192 (so read for paṇīta˚).

fr. paṇita
pp of paṇati

paṇāmeti →

pts

…Mil.187 (parisaṃ); Pass. paṇāmīyati (ibid.) -pp. paṇāmita (q.v.).

Caus. of paṇamati

paṇāmita →

pts

  1. (= paṇāmeti 1) raised, bent or stretched out Snp.352 (añjalī sup˚).
  2. (= paṇāmeti 3) dismissed, given leave Vin.i.54; MN.i.457 (bhikkhusangho); Mil.209 (id.), Mil.187.

pp. of paṇāmeti

paṇīta →

pts

…receiving punishment ṭhapita-sarīra-daṇḍa Pv-a.242). 2. (applied) brought out or forth, (made) high, raised, exalted, lofty, excellent…

paṇītaka →

pts

paṇitaka. Panudati, Panunna

perhaps = Sk. paṇita, or paṇ (see paṇa), as P. formation it may…

paṇḍicca →

pts

erudition, cleverness, skill, wisdom Ja.i.383; Pts.ii.185; Pp.25; Dhs.16 (= paṇḍitassa bhāvo Dhs-a.147), Dhs.292, Dhs.555 As pandicciya Ja.vi.4.

fr. paṇḍita

paṇḍita →

pts

…Pv-a.93, Pv-a.99.

cp. Ved. paṇḍita

paṇḍitaka →

pts

adjective a pedant DN.i.107.

paṇḍita + ka

paṇḍu →

pts

…Ved. pāṇḍu, palita, pāṭala (pale-red); Gr. πελιτνός, πελλός, πόλιος (grey); Lat. palleo (to be pale), pullus…

paṇṇa →

pts

…Vv-a.147); haritapaṇṇa greens, vegetable Snp-a.283; sūpeyyapaṇṇa curry leaf Ja.i.98. 2. a leaf for writing upon, written…

paṇṇika →

pts

one who deals with greens, a florist or greengrocer Ja.i.411; Ja.ii.180; Ja.iii.21 (˚dhītā); Mil.331.

paṇṇa + ika

paṇṇikā →

pts

…(na harītaka ˚ṃ pakinitabbaṃ trsl. at Vin. Texts iii.343 by “carry on the business of florist and seedsman,” thus taken as…

paṭi →

pts

…˚vinicchinati, ˚sañjīvita (re-suscitated) ˚sandhi (re-incarnation), ˚sammajjati 4. away from back to (esp. in compound paṭivi˚):…

paṭibhāga →

pts

…s.v.; Vism.125 (˚nimitta, imitative mental reflex, memory-image); Snp-a.65, Snp-a.76, Snp-a.83, Snp-a.114, Snp-a.265; Pv-a.46, Pv-a.178,…

paṭibāhati →

pts

to ward off, keep off, shut out, hold back, refuse, withhold, keep out, evade Vin.i.356; Vin.ii.162, Vin.ii.166 sq., Vin.ii.274; Vin.iv.288; Ja.i.64, Ja.i.217; Dhp-a.ii.2 (rañño āṇaṃ), Dhp-a.ii.89 ( …

paṭicca →

pts

grounded on, on account of, concerning, because (with acc.) MN.i.265 (etaṃ on these grounds); SN.iii.93 = Iti.89 (atthavasaṃ); Ja.ii.386 (= abhisandhāya); Snp.680, Snp.784 Snp.872, Snp.1046; Snp-a.35 …

paṭicchanna →

pts

…(kesehi = paṭicchādita Pv-a.48); Pv.ii.10#2 (kesehi); DN-a.i.276, DN-a.i.228; Snp-a.155; Kp-a.53; Vb-a.94 (˚dukkha) Pv-a.43,…

paṭicchati →

pts

… pp paṭicchita (q.v.). Caus. ii. paṭicchāpeti to entrust, dedicate, give Ja.i.64, Ja.i.143, Ja.i.159,…

paṭicchavi →

pts

in appaṭicchavi at Pv.ii.1#13 read with variant reading as sampatitacchavi.

paṭicchita →

pts

accepted, taken up Snp.803 (pl. -tāse, cp. Mnd.113 & Snp-a.531).

pp. of paṭicchati

paṭicchādeti →

pts

…MN.i.220. 4. to conceal or evade (a question) DN-a.i.264

pp paṭicchādita & paṭicchanna; (q.v.).

paṭi + chādeti, Caus. of chad

paṭicchādita →

pts

covered, concealed, hidden Ja.vi.23 (= paṭisanthata Pv-a.48.

pp. of paṭicchādeti, cp. paṭicchanna

paṭigaṇhāti →

pts

…of) a sin, to pardon a sin Vin.ii.192; DN.i.85; MN.i.438; Ja.v.379
pp paṭiggahita (q.v.)
caus -ggaheti

paṭiggahita →

pts

…accepted, appropriated, taken Vin.i.206, Vin.i.214; Ja.vi.231
■ As appaṭiggahitaka (nt.) “that which is not received” at Vin.iv.90.

pp….

paṭiggahītar →

pts

one who receives, recipient DN.i.89.

n. ag. of paṭiggaṇhāti

paṭiggaṇhāti →

pts

…of) a sin, to pardon a sin Vin.ii.192; DN.i.85; MN.i.438; Ja.v.379
pp paṭiggahita (q.v.)
caus -ggaheti

paṭigīta →

pts

song in response, counter song Ja.iv.393. Patiguhati (guhati)

paṭi + gīta

paṭijaggati →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.8, Dhp-a.i.45, Dhp-a.i.99, Dhp-a.i.392; Dhp-a.iv.154; Pv-a.10, Pv-a.43
pp paṭijaggita (q.v.)
caus…

paṭijaggita →

pts

reared, cared for, looked after, brought up Ja.v.274, Ja.v.331.

pp. of paṭijaggati

paṭikara →

pts

counteracting; requital, compensation Vin.iv.218 (a˚); DN.i.137 (ovāda˚ giving advice or providing for? variant reading pari˚); DN.iii.154

fr….

paṭikaroti →

pts

…cautious Ja.iv.166. 3. to imitate Ja.ii.406
ger paṭikacca (q.v.)

pp paṭikata

paṭikhamāpita →

pts

forgiven Dhp-a.ii.78.

pp. of paṭi + khamāpeti, Caus. of khamati

paṭikkūla →

pts

adjective lit. against the slope; averse, objectionable, contrary, disagreeable Vin.i.58 (˚kūla) DN.iii.112, DN.iii.113; MN.i.341 (dukkha˚); SN.iv.172 (id.) Ja.i.393; Vv-a.92 (K.); Pv-a.77; Vb-a.25 …

paṭikujjati →

pts

…over, to enclose DN.ii.162; MN.i.30; AN.iii.58. Caus. -eti Ja.i.50, Ja.i.69
pp paṭikujjita (q.v.).

paṭi +…

paṭikujjita →

pts

covered over, enclosed AN.i.141; Thag.681; Ja.i.50, Ja.i.69; Ja.v.266; Pv.i.10#13 (= upari pidahita Pv-a.52); Dhs-a.349.

pp. of paṭikujjeti

paṭikuṇika →

pts

adjective bent, crooked Pv-a.123 (variant reading kuṇita & kuṇḍita).

for ˚kuṭita?

paṭikuṇṭhita →

pts

Err:509

paṭikuṭati →

pts

…(q.v.)
pp paṭikuṭita (q.v.). See also paṭilīyati.

paṭi + kuṭ; as in kuṭila, cp. kuc &…

paṭikuṭita →

pts

bent back, turned over (?) Vin.ii.195 (reading uncertain, vv.ll. paṭikuṭṭiya paṭikuṭiya).

pp. of paṭikuṭati

paṭikāra →

pts

counteraction, remedy, requital Sdhp.201, Sdhp.498; usually neg. app˚; adj. not making good or which cannot be made good, which cannot be helped…

paṭimaṇḍita →

pts

decorated, adorned with Ja.i.8, Ja.i.41, Ja.i.509; Pv-a.3, Pv-a.66, Pv-a.211.

pp. of paṭi + maṇḍ

paṭimāneti →

pts

…Ja.iv.203; Ja.v.314; Mil.8; Pv-a.12; DN-a.i.280
pp paṭimānita (q.v.).

paṭi + Caus. of man

paṭimānita →

pts

honoured, revered, served Pv-a.18.

pp. of paṭimāneti

paṭinandita →

pts

rejoicing or rejoiced; greeted, welcomed Snp.452 (pati˚); Ja.vi.14, Ja.vi.412.

pp. of paṭi + nand

paṭipajjati →

pts

…Ja.iv.314-ger. pajjitabba to be followed Pv-a.126 (vidhi), Pv-a.131 (id.), Pv-a.281
pp paṭipanna (q.v.) …

paṭipassambhanā →

pts

-ppassambhitatta (nt.) are exegetical (philosophical) synonyms of paṭippassaddhi at Dhs.40, Dhs.41, Dhs.320.

paṭipatti →

pts

…s.v.; Mil.131, Mil.242; Dhp-a.ii.30; Dhp-a.iv.34 (sammā good or proper behaviour); Pv-a.16 (parahita˚), Pv-a.54, Pv-a.67; DN-a.i.270;…

paṭipucchā →

pts

question in return, inquiry; only ˚-(as abl.) by question, by inquiry, by means of question & answer in foll. compounds: ˚karaṇīya Vin.i.325 -vinīta AN.i.72; -vyākaraṇīya (pañha) DN.iii.229.

p …

paṭipīta →

pts

in asuci˚; at AN.iii.226 is not clear (variant reading -pīḷita perhaps to be preferred).

paṭipīḷita →

pts

adjective pressed against, oppressed, hard pressed Mil.262, Mil.354.

paṭi + pp. of pīḍ

paṭirodati →

pts

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

paṭi + rodati of rud

paṭirūpa →

pts

adjective fit, proper, suitable, befitting, seeming DN.i.91; Vin.ii.166 (seyyā); MN.i.123; SN.i.214 SN.ii.194 (ap˚); Thig.341; Pv.ii.12#15;…

paṭisalliyati →

pts

…(for the purpose of meditation) Vin.iii.39 (inf. ˚salliyituṃ); DN.ii.237; SN.v.12 (id.), SN.v.320, SN.v.325; Mil.139
pp…

paṭisallāna →

pts

…for the purpose of meditation, solitude, privacy, seclusion DN.iii.252; MN.i.526; SN.i.77; SN.iii.15; SN.iv.80, SN.iv.144; SN.v.12 SN.v.398,…

paṭisallīna →

pts

…abstracted, plunged in meditation, separated Vin.i.101 (rahogata +); DN.i.134, DN.i.151; SN.i.71, SN.i.146 sq. (divāvihāragata +), SN.i.225;…

paṭisambhidā →

pts

…root in P paṭisaṃvidita. In BSk. we find pratisaṃvid in same application as in P., viz. as fourfold artha˚ dharma nirukti˚…

paṭisandhi →

pts

reunion (of vital principle with a body), reincarnation, metempsychosis Pts.i.11 sq. Pts.i.52, Pts.i.59 sq.; Pts.ii.72 sq.; Ne.79, Ne.80; Mil.140;…

paṭisanthata →

pts

kindly received (covered, concealed? C.) Ja.vi.23 (= paṭicchāditaṃ guttaṃ paripuṇṇaṃ vā C.).

pp. of paṭisantharati

paṭisañjīvita →

pts

revived, resurrected MN.i.333.

pp. of paṭi + saṃ + jīv

paṭisaṃvidita →

pts

…at…

paṭisedhitar →

pts

one who prohibits or refuses Ja.ii.123. = Ja.v.91.

n. ag. fr. paṭisedhati

paṭisevitar →

pts

one who practises, pursues or indulges in (acc.) AN.iii.143 sq. (bhesajjaṃ).

n. ag. of paṭisevati

paṭisibbita →

pts

sewn, embroidered Vv-a.167 (pati˚).

pp. of paṭi + sibbati

paṭisumbhita →

pts

fallen down Pv.iii.1#8 (= patita Pv-a.174).

pp. of paṭi + śumbh

paṭisāmita →

pts

arranged, got ready Vism.91.

pp. of paṭisāmeti

paṭita →

pts

adjective satisfied, happy Dhp-a.ii.269 (˚ācāra) Patititthati (patitthahati)

paṭivasati →

pts

to live, dwell (at) DN.i.129; Vin.ii.299; SN.i.177; Ja.i.202; Snp-a.462; Pv-a.42, Pv-a.67. Pativana, Pativanita, Pativani

paṭi + vasati

paṭividita →

pts

known, ascertained DN.i.2; Pts.i.188.

pp. of paṭi + vid

paṭivineti →

pts

to drive out, keep away, repress, subdue SN.i.228; MN.i.13; AN.iii.185 sq.; Ja.vi.551; Pv-a.104 (pipāsaṃ). Cp. BSk. prativineti Mvu.ii.121
pp paṭivinīta (q.v.).

paṭi + vi +

paṭivinīta →

pts

removed, dispelled, subdued SN.ii.283; SN.v.76, SN.v.315.

pp. of paṭivineti

paṭivāṇa →

pts

Paṭivāṇa, Paṭivāṇitā, Paṭivāṇī

etc. occur only in neg. form app˚, q.v.

paṭivāṇitā →

pts

Paṭivāṇa, Paṭivāṇitā, Paṭivāṇī

etc. occur only in neg. form app˚, q.v.

paṭivāṇī →

pts

Paṭivāṇa, Paṭivāṇitā, Paṭivāṇī

etc. occur only in neg. form app˚, q.v.

paṭiyatta →

pts

…Pv-a.25 (C. for upaṭṭhita), Pv-a.75 (alankata˚), Pv-a.135 (id.), Pv-a.232 (id.), Pv-a.279 (id.); Kp-a.118 (alankata˚).

pp. of paṭi…

paṭiyādeti →

pts

…Snp-a.447
pp paṭiyādita (q.v.)
causII. paṭiyādāpeti to cause to be presented or got ready, to assign,…

paṭiyādita →

pts

given, prepared, arranged, dedicated Mil.9; Dhp-a.ii.75.

pp. of paṭiyādeti

paṭṭhahati →

pts

…(dānaṃ)
pp paṭṭhapita (q.v.).

pa + sthā = P. tiṭṭhati, with short base *ṭṭha for *tiṭṭha in…

paṭṭhapita →

pts

established, or given Pv-a.119 (cp. patiṭṭhāpitatta).

pp. of paṭṭhahati; cp. BSk. prasthapita Divy.514

perita →

pts

…is bhaya-m-erita with the hiatus-m, and to supplant perita (= Sk. prerita) is unjustified.

pesakāra →

pts

weaver DN.i.52; Vin.iii.259; Vin.iv.7; Ja.iv.475; Dhp-a.i.424 (˚vīthi); Dhp-a.iii.170 sq.; Vb-a.294 sq. (˚dhītā the weaver’s daughter; story of-) Pv-a.42 sq., Pv-a.67.

pesa + kāra, epsa = Vedi …

peseti →

pts

…or to be in service Vin.ii.177 (ppr. pesiyamāna); Ja.v.17 (ppr. pesiyanto)
pp pesita. See also pessa

pesi →

pts

…(in characteristic of lohitaka); Vism.356; Pv-a.199. 2. the foetus in the third stage after conception (between abbuda & ghana;) SN.i.206;…

pesita →

pts

…Bdhgh incorrectly taking pahita as pp. of pahiṇati to send whereas it is pp. of padahati. 2. ordered, what has been ordered, in…

pessa →

pts

messenger, a servant, often in combination dāsā ti vā pessā ti vā kammakarā ti vā, e.g. DN.i.141; SN.i.76, SN.i.93 (slightly diff. in verse); AN.ii.208 (spelt pesā); AN.iv.45; Dhp-a.ii.7. See also …

pessika →

pts

…explained as pesaniyā paresaṃ veyyāvacca-kārī Vv-a.94); Ja.iii.413 (= parehi pesitabbā pesana-kārikā C. 414), or pessikā

pessitā →

pts

being a servant, doing service Ja.vi.208 (para˚ to someone else). Pessiya & ka;

abstr. fr. pessa, Sk. *preṣyatā

pessiya →

pts

…explained as pesaniyā paresaṃ veyyāvacca-kārī Vv-a.94); Ja.iii.413 (= parehi pesitabbā pesana-kārikā C. 414), or pessikā

pesī →

pts

…(in characteristic of lohitaka); Vism.356; Pv-a.199. 2. the foetus in the third stage after conception (between abbuda & ghana;) SN.i.206;…

peta →

pts

…represents the Vedic pitaraḥ (manes, cp. pitṛyajña), as well as the Brāhmaṇic preta. The first are souls of the “fathers,” the…

pettanika →

pts

one who lives on the fortune or power inherited from his father AN.iii.76 = AN.iii.300.

fr. pitar

petteyya →

pts

…See also matteyya.

fr. pitar; cp. Vedic pitrya

petteyyatā →

pts

…fr….

pettika →

pts

mātā-pettika maternal & paternal DN.i.34, DN.i.92; Ja.i.146.

fr. pitar, for pētika, cp. Epic Sk. paitṛka & P. petteyya

pettivisaya →

pts

…*paitrya-viṣaya & *pitryaviṣaya, der. fr. pitar, but influenced by peta

pettāpiya →

pts

fatḥer’s brother, paternal uncle AN.iii.348 AN.v.138 (gloss pitāmaho).

for pettāviya (Epic Sk. pitṛvya), cp. Trenckner, Notes 6216, 75

petyā →

pts

adverb from the father’s side Ja.v.214 (= pitito).

fr. pitar, for Sk. pitrā; cp. Trenckner, Notes 564

peḷā →

pts

  1. a (large) basket Ja.iv.458; Ja.vi.185; Cp.ii.2#5 Mil.23, Mil.282; Vism.304; Kp-a.46 (peḷāghata, wrong reading, see p. 68 App.); Thag-a.29.
  2. a chest (for holding jewelry etc.) Pv.iv.1#42; Mhvs.3 …

peṭaka →

pts

adjective “what belongs to the Piṭaka,” as title of a non-canonical book for the usual Peṭak’ opadesa “instruction in the Piṭaka.” dating from the beginning of our era (cp. Geiger, P.Gr. p. 18), …

phala →

pts

…to castrate); Ja.vi.237 (uddhita-pphalo, adj., = uddhaṭa-bījo C.), Ja.vi.238 (dantehi phalāni uppāṭeti, like above). 3. (fig.) fruit,…

phalati →

pts

…(& phāṭeti)
pp phalita & phulla. 2. to become ripe, to ripen Vin.ii.108; Ja.iii.251; Pv-a.185.

phal to split, break open = *sphal

phalita →

pts

…for palita

Phalita2

broken, only in phrase hadayaṃ phalitaṃ his heart broke Dhp-a.i.173; *hadayena…

phandana →

pts

…(nt.) throb, trembling, agitation, quivering Ja.vi.7 (˚mattaṃ not even one throb; cp. phandita) Mnd.46 (taṇhā etc.).

fr. phandati, cp. Sk….

phandanā →

pts

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

fr. phandati

phandati →

pts

  1. to throb, palpitate DN.i.52 = MN.i.404, cp. DN-a.i.159; Mnd.46
  2. to twitch, tremble, move, stir Ja.ii.234; Ja.vi.113 (of fish wriggling when…

phandita →

pts

…imaginings Vb.390 (where Vb-a.513 only says “phandanato phanditaṃ”) cp Brethren 344.

pp. of phandati

phanditatta →

pts

Err:509

pharati →

pts

…to ˚attaṃ)

pp pharita, phurita & phuṭa; cp. also phuṭṭha; see further anu˚, pari˚.

sphur & sphar;, same root as in Gr….

pharita →

pts

…sakala-loke ph.)

■ Cp. phuṭṭha & phālita.

pp. of pharati

phassa →

pts

…(Name of representative cogitation) and viññāṇ˚ (of intellection) Dhs.71–Dhs.73; one of the 4 kinds of āhāra, or “food,” with ref….

phasseti →

pts

…Vin.ii.148 (kavāṭā na ph.; variant reading phussiy˚)
pp phassita & phussita3. *Phateti

Caus. of phusati1

phassita →

pts

…is found at Ja.v.252 (dhammo phassito; touched, attained where vv.ll. give passita & phussita.

pp. of phasseti = Sk. sparśayati to bring into…

phoseti →

pts

…cp. Sk. pruṣāyati = P….

phosita →

pts

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

pp. of phoseti, cp. Sk. pruṣita

phulla →

pts

…fr. phull, cp. phalita3

Phulla2

broken, in phrase akhaṇḍa-phulla unbroken (q.v.), Pv.iv.1#76 and…

phullita →

pts

in flower, blossoming Ja.v.214 (for phīta = rich), Ja.v.216 (su˚-vana).

pp. of phullati

phusati →

pts

…paripphosaka, phussa, phusita
inf phusituṃ, conjectured reading at Vin.i.205 for T phosituṃ (vv.ll. posituṃ & dhovituṃ), &…

phusita →

pts

…i.e. pruṣ, cp. Sk. pruṣita sprinkled, pṛṣatī spotted antelope

Phus(s)ita3

touched, put on, in -aggaḷa with fastened…

phusitaka →

pts

thulla˚ deva (the sky) shedding big drops of rain SN.ii.32 (reads phulla-phusitaka); SN.iii.141; AN.i.243 AN.ii.140; AN.v.114;…

phussita →

pts

…cp. variant reading on p. 535 phussit˚); AN.i.101; Thag.385; Ja.vi.510.

= phassita2, Kern.

Toevoegselen

s. v. takes it as pp. of…

phuṭa →

pts

phuṭita.

pp. of sphuṭ; to expand, blossom

Phuṭa3

at MN.i.377 (sabba-vāri˚, in sequence with…

phuṭita →

pts

…phuṭika, Thag-a.212 explains by bāhita has variant reading niphuṭita).

for phoṭita, pp. of *sphoṭayati, sphuṭ.

phāla →

pts

…corresp. with pakaṭṭhita ayogula), id. Ja.v.113 (ayomayehi phālehi pīḷeti variant reading vālehi).

to…

phāleti →

pts

…(hadayaṃ)

pp phālita. Caus. II phālāpeti to cause to split open Ja.iii.121; Mil.157 (variant reading…

phālima →

pts

…paduma Ja.iii.320 (where Cy. explains by phālita vikasita).

phālita →

pts

…spread Ja.iii.320 (+ vikasita). 2. split [fr. phāleti phal ], split open Vism.262 = Vb-a.245 (˚haliddi-vaṇṇa).

= Sk. sphārita, sphar

phāsukā →

pts

…(upaḍḍha˚ bhañjitabbā), in phrase sabbā te phāsukā bhaggā Ja.i.493 (lit.), which is fig. applied at Dhp.154 (explained as…

phāti →

pts

swelling, increase Ja.ii.426 (= vaḍḍhi); Vism.271 (vuddhi +). Usually combined with kṛ; as phāti-kamma increase, profit, advantage Vin.ii.174 Vb-a.334 & phāti-karoti to make fat, to increase …

phāṇita →

pts

…of aloṇika = phāṇita-virahita).

  • -odaka sugar water Ja.iii.372,
  • -puṭa sugar basket…

phīta →

pts

opulent, prosperous, rich; in the older texts only in stock phrase iddha ph. bahujana (rich & prosperous & well-populated) DN.i.211 (of the town Nālandā); DN.ii.146 (of Kusāvatī); MN.i.377; (of Nāl …

pibati →

pts

Pivati & Pibati

to drink
pres pivati DN.i.166; DN.iii.184; Ja.iv.380; Ja.v.106; Pv-a.55.

1st pl. pivāma Pv.i.11#8 2nd pl. pivatha Pv-a.78 & *pivātha …

picchita →

pts

in su˚ Ja.v.197 is not clear, C. expl5 by suphassita, i.e. pleasing, beautiful, desirable, thus dividing su-picch˚.

pidahati →

pts

… pass pithīyati; pp. pihita (q.v.). The opp. of p. is vivarati.

api + dhā, cp. apidahati & Prk….

pihayati →

pts

…Dhp-a.iv.97); Ja.i.197 (aor. mā pihayi); Mil.336
pp pihayita.

cp. Vedic spṛhayati, spṛh

pihayita →

pts

desired, envied, always combined with patthita Mil.182, Mil.351.

pp. of pihayati

piheti →

pts

…Dhp-a.iv.97); Ja.i.197 (aor. mā pihayi); Mil.336
pp pihayita.

cp. Vedic spṛhayati, spṛh

pihita →

pts

covered, closed, shut, obstructed (opp. vivaṭa) MN.i.118; MN.iii.61; SN.i.40; AN.ii.104; Mnd.149; Ja.i.266; Mil.102 (dvāra), Mil.161; Vism.185; DN-a.i.182 (˚dvāra).

pp. of pidahati

pihā →

pts

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

pipāsita →

pts

adjective thirsty SN.i.143; SN.ii.110 (surā˚); Ja.vi.399; Mil.318 (kilantatasita-p.); Vism.262; Pv-a.127; Sdhp.151.

pp. of pipāsati, Desid. fr. , cp. pipāsā

pisati →

pts

to grind, crush, destroy; Pass. pisīyati to perish Vv-a.335 (+ vināseti)
pp pisita.

= piṃsati

pitar →

pts

…Pv-a.54 (mātā˚); acc. pitaro Pv-a.17, pitare, pitū Thig.433; instr. pitarehi & pitūhi; dat. gen pitunnaṃ Ja.iii.83; (mātā˚);…

pitika →

pts

(-˚) adjective one who has a father, having a father Vv-a.68 (sa˚ together with the f.); Pv-a.38 (mata˚ whose f. was dead): cp. dve˚ with 2 fathers Ja.v.424.

fr. pitā

pitta →

pts

…Ja.ii.114 (pittan te kupitaṃ your bile is upset or out of order, i.e. you are in a bad mood); Mil.112 (vāta-pittasemha…), Mil.304 (roga,…

pitti →

pts

…*paitrya-viṣaya & *pitryaviṣaya, der. fr. pitar, but influenced by peta

pitucchā →

pts

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

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

pivati →

pts

Pivati & Pibati

to drink
pres pivati DN.i.166; DN.iii.184; Ja.iv.380; Ja.v.106; Pv-a.55.

1st pl. pivāma Pv.i.11#8 2nd pl. pivatha Pv-a.78 & *pivātha …

piyaṅgu →

pts

  1. panic seed, Panicum Italicum Vv.53#7; Ja.i.39; Pv-a.283. Mixed with water and made into a kind of gruel (piyangûdaka) it is used as an emetic…

piyāyati →

pts

…Pv-a.71
pp piyāyita. Note. A ppr. piyaṃ is found at Snp-a.169 for Snp.94 adj. piya, and is explained by…

piyāyita →

pts

held dear, fondled, loved, liked Snp.807; Mnd.126.

pp. of piyāyati

piñjita →

pts

adjective tinged, dyed Mil.240. On expression see Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v.

fr. piṃsati1, cp. Sk. piñjana

piṇḍa →

pts

…piṇḍolyena patte patitattā piṇḍapāto ti vuccati, and cp. Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit piṇḍapāta-praviṣṭha Avs.i.359;…

piṇḍeti →

pts

to ball together, mix, put together Pv.ii.9#52 (= pisana-vasena yojeti Pv-a.135). pp. piṇḍita.

Denom. fr. pinḍa

piṇḍita →

pts

…Ja.vi.519.

pp. of piṇḍeti, cp. BSk. piṇḍitamūlya lump-sum Divy.500

piṭaka →

pts

  1. basket Vin.i.225 (ghaṭa p. ucchanga), Vin.i.240 (catudoṇika p.); Pv.iv.3#33; Vism.28 (piṭake nikkhitta-loṇa-maccha-phāla-sadisaṃ phaṇaṃ); dhañña˚ a grain-basket Dhp-a.iii.370; vīhi˚; a ri …

piṭṭha →

pts

Piṭṭha1

neuter what is ground, grindings, crushed seeds, flour. Vin.i.201, Vin.i.203; Vin.iv.261 Vin.iv.341 (tila˚ = piññāka); Ja.ii.244 (māsa˚). As piṭṭhi at Ja.i.347. …

porohacca →

pts

…priest DN.ii.243. As porohicca at Snp.618 (= purohita-kamma Snp-a.466). Cp. Trenckner, Notes 75.

fr. purohita

porohita →

pts

Porohita = purohita

Dhp-a.i.174 (variant reading BB pur˚).

porāṇaka →

pts

adjective

  1. ancient, former, of old (cp. purāṇa 1) Ja.iii.16 (˚paṇḍitā); Pv-a.93 (id.), Pv-a.99 (id.); Dhp-a.i.346 (kula-santaka).
  2. old, worn, much used (cp. purāṇa 2) Ja.iv.471 (magga).

fr. porāṇa

poseti →

pts

…Ja.i.134 Ja.iii.467; Cnd.36; Vism.305; Vv-a.138, Vv-a.299
pp posita -Caus. posāpeti.

puṣ

posita →

pts

nourished, fed Cp.iii.3#2; Vv-a.173 (udaka˚).

pp. of poseti

posāpeti →

pts

…have brought up, to give into the care of, to cause to be nourished Vin.i.269 (pp. posāpita) ≈ DN-a.i.133 (posāvita, variant reading…

posāveti →

pts

…have brought up, to give into the care of, to cause to be nourished Vin.i.269 (pp. posāpita) ≈ DN-a.i.133 (posāvita, variant reading…

potheti →

pts

…poṭhesi)

pp poṭhita
caus 2 poṭhāpeti (poth˚) to cause to be beaten or flogged Mil.221; Dhp-a.i.399
■…

pothita →

pts

App. p. 877); Dhp-a.i.48 (su˚); Pv-a.174
■ Cp. paripothita.

pp. of poṭheti

poṭheti →

pts

…poṭhesi)

pp poṭhita
caus 2 poṭhāpeti (poth˚) to cause to be beaten or flogged Mil.221; Dhp-a.i.399
■…

poṭhita →

pts

App. p. 877); Dhp-a.i.48 (su˚); Pv-a.174
■ Cp. paripothita.

pp. of poṭheti

pubba →

pts

…Petas Pv.i.6#9; Pv.i.9#1 (lohita-pubba); Pv.i.11#8; Pv.ii.2#6. pubba-vaṭṭi a lump of matter Dhp-a.iii.117.

Vedic pūya → *pūva →…

pucchati →

pts

… pp puṭṭha & pucchita; (q.v.). 2. to invite to (instr.), to offer, to present to somebody (acc.), lit. to ask with Vin.ii.208,…

pucchita →

pts

asked Snp.76, Snp.126, Snp.383, Snp.988, Snp.1005; Mnd.211; Kp-a.125 (˚kathā); Pv-a.2, Pv-a.13, Pv-a.51. Cp. puṭṭha.

pp. of pucchati

pucchitar →

pts

one who asks, a questioner MN.i.472; SN.iii.6 sq.; Snp.p.140.

n. ag. to pucchita

puggala →

pts

…5 Ne.191; 6 rāga-carita, dosa˚, moha˚, saddhā˚, buddha˚ vitakka˚ Vism.102; 7 ubhato-bhāga-vimutta, paññāvimutta etc….

pukkusa →

pts

Name of a (Non-Aryan) tribe, hence designation of a low social class, the members of which are said (in the Jātakas) to earn their living by means of refuseclearing On the subject see Fick, *Sociale …

pulaka →

pts

…katvā ussedetvā gahita-yava-taṇḍula vuccanti“ ibid). Here belongs pulasa-patta of Ja.iii.478. (vv.ll. pulā˚, mūlā˚…

puna →

pts

indeclinable again. There are several forms of this adv., but puna has to be considered as the orig. Pali form. The form puno is doubtful; if authentic, a Sanskritisation; only fou …

pupphaka →

pts

…reading pubbaka; C. = lohita); Mil.216 (tiṇa˚-roga, a disease, Kern “hay-fever”). Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. trsls the Ja…

pupphati →

pts

to flower Ja.i.76 (aor. ˚iṃsu); Pv-a.185 (= phalati)
pp pupphita.

puṣp

pupphita →

pts

flowering, in blossom SN.i.131 = Thig.230 (su˚); Vv.35#4; Ja.i.18; Mil.347; Thag-a.69 (Ap. v. 12); Dhp-a.i.280; Dhp-a.ii.250 (su˚).

pp. of pupphati

pura →

pts

…purekkhāra purohita; purā, pure, puratthaṃ, puratthato. 2 adjectival: purāṇa, puratthima, purima.

on etym. see…

purakkhata →

pts

…Ja.ii.48 (˚parivārita); Pv.iii.7#1 (= payirupāsita Pv-a.205); DN-a.i.152 (= purato nisinna); Thag-a.170. Cp…

pure →

pts

…appears as *puro in purohita, as *pura in purakkharoti. It belongs to base Idg. *per (cp. pari), as in Cr. πάρος before, earlier…

purisa →

pts

…Vism.489; asucimhi patita Vism.465; āgantuka˚ Vb-a.23; dubbala Vism.533; papāte patanto Vb-a.23 (cannot be a help to others; similarly…

purohita FIXME double →

pts

Porohita = purohita

Dhp-a.i.174 (variant reading BB pur˚).

purohita →

pts

…+ pp. of dhā, ch. Vedic purohita

purāṇa →

pts

…harem Vin.iv.261 -sālohita former blood-relation Snp.p.91; Ud.7; Dhp-a.ii.210. Cp. porāṇa.

Venic purāṇa, fr….

puthu →

pts

…Snp.911 (= puthujjanehi janita Mnd.308).

  • -titthakara a common sectarian DN.i.116 (thus to puthu 1, but DN-a.i.287…

puthujjana →

pts

…taka, opposed to upabrūhita-ñāṇa-purisa, exemplifying upādāna and kamma); Dhp-a.i.5 (opp. ariyasāvaka), Dhp-a.i.445 Sdhp.363.

*…

puñcikatā →

pts

…a dog’s tail, hence “agitation”); Expositor ii.470 gives “fluster.” The C. on Vb (Vb-a.477) explains as “lābhan’…

puñja →

pts

…together Vin.ii.208 (puñjakita); MN.i.58, MN.i.89 (id. but id p. MN.iii.92 puñjakajāta); AN.iii.324 (puñjakata; variant reading puñjakita &…

puñña →

pts

…“sucaritaṃ kusala-kammaṃ” at Vv-a.19; considered as leading to future happiness: Vv.1#3; Pv-a.58; consisting mainly…

puṇṇa →

pts

…DN-a.i.140 (˚paṭimaṇḍita ghara).

  • -canda the full moon Ja.i.149, Ja.i.267; Ja.v.215
  • -patta a full…

puṭa →

pts

…Ja.iv.436 = Ja.vi.236; phānita(ssa)˚; basket of molasses sugar-basket SN.i.175 (KS.: jar); Ja.iv.366; Dhp-a.iv.232 mālā˚; basket for…

puṭaka →

pts

bag, pocket, knapsack or basket Ja.ii.83 (˚bhatta = provisions); DN-a.i.263; Dhp-a.ii.82 (variant reading piṭaka & kutaka); Dhp-a.iv.132 (pockets of a serpent’s hood). Cp. bhatta.

fr. puṭa

puṭṭha →

pts

…AN.i.197. See also pucchita.

pp. of pucchati, Vedic pṛsṭa

Puṭṭha3

see…

pādaka →

pts

pādaka-jjhāna meditation forming a basis (for further introspective development) Vism.390, Vism.397, Vism.412 sq., Vism.428 , Vism.667 …

pāhuṇeyya →

pts

adjective worthy of hospitality, deserving to be a guest DN.iii.5; SN.i.220 SN.ii.70; AN.ii.56; AN.iii.36, AN.iii.134, AN.iii.248, AN.iii.387;…

pāleti →

pts

…pp. pālita. See also abhi˚ & pari˚. A contracted (poetical) form is found as; pallate at Ja.v.242,…

pāli →

pts

Pāli (Pāḷi)

feminine

  1. a line, row Dāvs iii.61; Dāvs iv.3; Vism.242 (dvattiṃs’ ākāra˚), Vism.251 (danta˚); Snp-a.87.
  2. a line, norm thus the canon of Buddhist writings; the text of the Pāli Canon …

pālicca →

pts

greyness of hair MN.i.49; SN.ii.2, SN.ii.42; AN.iii.196; Dhs.644, Dhs.736, Dhs.869; Vb-a.98.

fr. palita

pāliguṇṭhima →

pts

…˚gunṭhika.

doubtful, fr pali + guṇṭh, see paliguṇṭhita; hapax legomenon

pāna →

pts

cp. Gr. πίνω to drink, πότος drink; Obulg piti to drink, pivo drink; Lith. penas milk; Lat. potus drink, poculum drinking vessel (= Sk. pātra, P. patta) drink, including water as well as any other liq …

pāpaṇika →

pts

…out in the shop (of cīvara) Vin.i.255; Vism.62 (= āpaṇa-dvāre patitaka). See also Vin. Texts ii.156.

pa + āpaṇa + ika

pāpeti →

pts

…disgrace Vin.iv.5
pp pāpita.

Denom. fr. pāpa

Pāpeti2

to make attain, to let go to, to cause to reach, to…

pāpita →

pts

…at id. p has pāpika); DN-a.i.256 (for pāpika, variant reading vāpita).

pp. of pāpeti1, in meaning = pāpika

pāramitā →

pts

Err:509

pāsāṇa →

pts

…Vism.28 “bhājane ṭhapitaṃ guḷapiṇḍaṃ viya pāsāṇaṃ.”

  • -cetiya a stone Caitya Dhp-a.iii.253. *…

pātar →

pts

…Snp-a.374 (pāto asitabbo ti pātar-āso piṇḍa-pātass’ etaṃ nāmaṃ)-katapātarāsa (adj.) after breakfast Ja.i.227;…

pāteti →

pts

…Pv-a.31 Pv-a.115

pp pātita. Caus. ii. pātāpeti (q.v.)
■ Cp abhi˚. Note. In meaning 3 it…

pātimokkha →

pts

…to suspend the (recital of the) P. Vin.ii.240 sq
■ See Vin.i.65, Vin.i.68; Vin.ii.95 Vin.ii.240 sq. Vin.ii.249; SN.v.187; Snp.340;…

pātita →

pts

brought to fall, felled, destroyed Snp.631; Dhp.407; Ja.iii.176; Pv-a.31 (so read for patita).

pp. of pāteti

pāyeti →

pts

…Ja.ii.115 (lohitaṃ); Ja.iii.372 (phāṇīt’ odakaṃ); Ja.iv.30 (pānakaṃ); Ja.vi.392 (suraṃ). 2. to irrigate Ja.i.215

ppr…

pāḷi →

pts

Pāli (Pāḷi)

feminine

  1. a line, row Dāvs iii.61; Dāvs iv.3; Vism.242 (dvattiṃs’ ākāra˚), Vism.251 (danta˚); Snp-a.87.
  2. a line, norm thus the canon of Buddhist writings; the text of the Pāli Canon …

pāṇa →

pts

living being, life, creature DN.iii.48, DN.iii.63, DN.iii.133; SN.i.209, SN.i.224; SN.v.43, SN.v.227, SN.v.441 (mahā-samudde); AN.i.161 AN.ii.73, AN.ii.176, AN.ii.192; Snp.117, Snp.247, Snp.394, Snp. …

pāṭala →

pts

adjective pale red, pink Ja.iv.114.

cp. Class. Sk. pāṭala, to same root as palita & pāṇḍu: see Walde, Lat. Wtb. under palleo & cp paṇḍu

pāṭikaṅkha →

pts

…to be desired or expected MN.i.25; MN.iii.97; SN.i.88 SN.ii.152; AN.iii.143 = Snp.p.140 (= icchitabba Snp-a.504) Ud.36; Dhp-a.iv.2 (gati…

pīta →

pts

…Pv-a.25 (with asita, khāyita & sāyita as fourfold food). 2. soaked or saturated with (-˚), in kasāyarasa˚; Ja.ii.98 (or =…

pītaka →

pts

…Thig.260; Ja.ii.274; Pv.iii.1#3 (= suvaṇṇavaṇṇa Pv-a.170); Dhs.617 (nīla p. lohitaka odāta kāḷaka mañjeṭṭhaka);…

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; …

pītin →

pts

adjective [fr. pīta1) drinking, only at Dhp.79 in cpd. dhamma˚; drinking in the Truth, explained as dhammapāyako dhammaṃ pivanto at Dhp-a.ii.126.

pīḷeti →

pts

…for pīḷento?)

pp pīḷita.

cp. Vedic pīḍayati, pīḍ, cp. Gr. πιέζω (*πισεδιω?) to press, oppress…

pīḷita →

pts

crushed, oppressed, molested, harassed Vin.iv.261; Vism.415 (dubbhikkha˚); Dhp-a.iv.70 Thag-a.271. Cp. abhi˚, pa˚.

pp. of pīḷeti

pīṇeti →

pts

pīṇita.

cp. Vedic prīṇāti, prī, see piya. The meaning in Pāli however has been partly…

pīṇita →

pts

pleased, gladdened, satisfied Vv.16#13 (= tuṭṭha Vv-a.84); Mil.238, Mil.249, Mil.361; usually in phrase pīṇitindriya with satisfied senses, with joyful heart MN.ii.121; Pv-a.46, Pv-a.70.

pp. of pīṇeti

pūjeti →

pts

…Pv-a.54 (aor. sakkariṃsu garukkariṃsu mānesuṃ pūjesuṃ); Sdhp.538
pp pūjita (q.v.).

pūj, occurring in…

pūjita →

pts

…SN.i.178; SN.ii.119; Thag.186; Snp.316; Ud.73 (sakkata mānita p. apacita); Pv.i.4#2 (= paṭimānita C.); Pv.ii.8#10.

pp. of pūjeti

pūrita →

pts

filled with (-˚), full Pv.ii.1#20 (= paripuṇṇa Pv-a.77); Pv-a.134.

pp. of pūreti

pūti →

pts

…ti vuccati).

  • -lohitaka with putrid blood Pv.i.7#8 (= kuṇapa˚ Pv-a.37).
  • -sandeha =…

racati →

pts

…variant reading of pac in meaning “vitthāre.”
pp racita.

rac, later Sk

racita →

pts

  1. arranged Ja.v.157 (su˚ in C. for samocita; variant reading sucarita)
  2. strung (of flowers Mhvs.34, Mhvs.54

■ Cp. vi˚

pp. of racati

rahati →

pts

…leave, desert: see pp. rahita & der.; rahas rahassa.

rah, defined at Dhtp.339 & Dhtp.632 by “cāga,” giving up, also…

rahita →

pts

…(bhoga˚), Pv-a.67 (ācāra˚), Pv-a.77 (gandha˚). Note. samantarahita is to be divided as sam-antarahita.

pp. of rah

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 …

rajati →

pts

…rajantiyo etc.); Ja.i.8 (rajitabba, grd.; dhovitabba +)
■ Somehow it is difficult to distinguish between the meanings “bleach” and…

rajjati →

pts

…(kampeyya +); grd rajjitabba Mil.386 (rajanīyesu r.; with dussanīyesu and muyhanīyesu; followed by kampitabba); fut rajjissati

rajo →

pts

…ākārena sarīre sannicita-rajo Dhp-a.iii.77). -haraṇa dirt-taking, cleaning; wet rag, floor-cloth, duster…

rakkhasa →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.367 (˚pariggahita-pokkharaṇī); Dhp-a.iii.74 (udaka˚); Sdhp.189, Sdhp.313, Sdhp.366
■ f. rakkhasī Ja.iii.147 (r. pajā);…

rakkhati →

pts

…rakkheyya)

pp rakkhita. See also parīpāleti & parirakkhati.

Vedic raksati, rakṣ to Idg. *ark (cp. Lat….

rakkhita →

pts

-mānasāna guarding one’s mind Snp.63 (= gopitamānasāno-rakkhita-citto Cnd.535)

pp. of rakkhati

ramati →

pts

…Mil.313
pp ramita (q.v.).
caus 2 ramāpeti to enjoy oneself Ja.vi.114.

ram; defined by Dhtp.224 & Dhtm.318…

ramita →

pts

having enjoyed, enjoying, taking delight in, amusing oneself with (loc. or saha) Snp.709 (vanante r. siyā); Dhp.305 (id. = abhirata Dhp-a.iii.472) Pv.ii.12#21 (’mhi tayā saha).

pp. of rameti

randha →

pts

…aparandham˚ khalitam gaḷitam˚ vivaram-esī ti“); Ja.ii.53; Ja.iii.192; Snp-a.393 (+ vivara); Dhp-a.iii.376, Dhp-a.iii.377…

rasa →

pts

…further compound with ˚aggita (ras-agga-s-aggita) most delicate sense translation Dial.) DN.iii.167, and ˚aggin (ras-agga-s-aggin, cp…

rasmi →

pts

Raṃsi & Rasmi

a rein, a ray.

  1. In meaning “rein only as rasmi, viz. at MN.i.124; Dhp.222; Ja.i.57; Ja.iv.149
  2. In meaning “ray” both raṃsi and *[rasmi](/defin …

rasīyati →

pts

…find taste or satisfaction in (gen.), to delight in, to be pleased AN.iv.387 (bhāsitassa), AN.iv.388 (C.: tussati, see p. 470).

Pass-Demon…

ratana →

pts

…7 jewels“ (sattar- bharitaṃ katvā)
■ Very frequent is a Triad of Gems (ratana-ttaya), consisting of Dhamma, Sangha, Buddha or the…

ratha →

pts

Ratha1

a two-wheeled carriage, chariot (for riding driving or fighting SN.i.33 (ethically); AN.iv.191 (horse cart; diff. parts of a ratha); MN.i.396; Snp.300, Snp.654 Vism.593 (in its com …

rathikā →

pts

rathiya˚; e.g. rathiya-coḷa “street-rag” Vism.62 (explained as rathikāya chaḍḍita-coḷaka).

Vedic rathya belonging to…

rathiyā →

pts

rathiya˚; e.g. rathiya-coḷa “street-rag” Vism.62 (explained as rathikāya chaḍḍita-coḷaka).

Vedic rathya belonging to…

ratta →

pts

…and explains as durañjita-vaṇṇa opp. suratta ibid.); Snp.287 (nānā-rattehi vatthehi) Vism.415 (˚vattha-nivattha, as sign of…

ratti →

pts

…limitation of the probationary period (t. t.) Vin.ii.59

  • -bhāga night-time Ja.iii.43 (˚bhāge);…

ravati →

pts

…Mhvs.32, Mhvs.79. pp. ravita & ruta;
■ Cp. abhi˚, vi˚.

ru: Idg. *re & *reu;, cp. Lat. ravus “raw, hoarse,” raucus, rūmor…

ravita →

pts

shouted, cried, uttered Mil.178 (sakuṇa-ruta˚).

pp. of ravati

rañjati →

pts

…of rājā (q.v.)-pp rañjita
caus 2 rañjāpeti to cause to be coloured or dyed Dhp-a.iv.106 (variant reading…

rañjita →

pts

coloured, soiled, in raja˚; affected with stain, defiled Ja.i.117
■ See also anu˚ & pari˚.

pp. of rañjeti

raṃsi →

pts

Raṃsi & Rasmi

a rein, a ray.

  1. In meaning “rein only as rasmi, viz. at MN.i.124; Dhp.222; Ja.i.57; Ja.iv.149
  2. In meaning “ray” both raṃsi and *[rasmi](/defin …

raṇa →

pts

…trsld as “concomitant with war” by Dhs. trsl. of Dhs.1294; and asaraṇa as opp. “not concomitant”…

raṭṭha →

pts

…MN.iii.127; Thig.110; Iti.43, Iti.90.

  • -vāsin inhabitant of the realm, subject Dhp-a.iii.481

Vedic rāṣṭra

raṭṭhika →

pts

…subject in general, inhabitant Ja.ii.241 (brāhmaṇa gahapati-r- do ārik’ ādayo). 2. an official of the kingdom [op Sk. rāṣṭriya a…

rittaka →

pts

…(= tucchaka anto-sāra-rahita Thag-a.258) Pv.iii.6#5 (of a river = tuccha Pv-a.202); Pv-a.139 (= suñña, virahita). Usually in combination…

rodati →

pts

… pp ruṇṇa, rudita rodita.

rud, the usual Sk. pres. being rodati, but forms fr. base rud˚; are Vedic and are later found also…

roga →

pts

…kacchu, rakhasā, vitacchikā, lohita pittaṃ, madhumeho, aṃsā, piḷakā, bhagandalā. This list is followed by list of 10 ābādhas…

rohañña →

pts

…for ˚iṇī) red cows.

fr. roha = rohita

rohicca →

pts

kind of deer Ja.vi.537 (˚sarabhā migā).

fr. rohita, perhaps directly fr. Vedic rohita ewe, lit. the red one

rohita →

pts

…e.g. Ja.ii.433; Ja.iii.333; Dhp-a.ii.132 (four) 140; Kp-a.118.

Vedic rohita; cp. the usual P. word lohita red & blood. See also rudhira &…

roma →

pts

…roman; the usual P. form is loma…

ropeti →

pts

…2

pp ropita.
caus 2 ropāpeti to cause to be planted DN.ii.179; Ja.vi.333; Mhvs.34,…

ropita →

pts

…with (-˚) Vv.64#15 (Ed. vosita Vv-a.280 explains by ullitta, vicchurita). 4. accused brought forward (of a charge) Vin.iv.36.

pp. of…

rosaneyya →

pts

adjective apt to be angry or cause anger; neg. a˚ not to be angered, not irritable Snp.216.

grd. formation fr. rosa

roseti →

pts

…Ja.iv.491.

Caus. of rosati, ruṣ; see rusita

rosita →

pts

smeared (with) anointed Ja.iv.440 (= vilitta C.).

pp. of rus, to smear: Sk. rūṣita; given as root rus at Dhtm.442 with meaning “ālepa”

roṇṇa →

pts

…of rudati for Sk. rudita, after analogy of other roots in-d, as tud → tunna, pad → panna, nud → nunna. The BSk. forms are both…

ruccati →

pts

…style yathā r. tathā paṭhitabbaṃ Kp-a.78; “yaṃ r. taṃ gahetabbaṃ Snp-a.23, Snp-a.43, Snp-a.136, Snp-a.378” “to take,…

ruci →

pts

…anussavo, ākāraparivitakke, diṭṭhinijjhānakhanti MN.ii.170, MN.ii.218; MN.ii.234; contrasted with dhamma DN.iii.40; Vb.245 (in…

rudati →

pts

… pp ruṇṇa, rudita rodita.

rud, the usual Sk. pres. being rodati, but forms fr. base rud˚; are Vedic and are later found also…

rudhira →

pts

…See the more freq words rohita & lohita; a form ruhira (q.v.) occurs e.g. at Pv.i.9#1

late Vedic rudhira. Etym. connected with Lat. ruber red;…

rudita →

pts

crying, weeping Pv-a.18 (+ assu-mocana, in expln of ruṇṇa), Pv-a.63 (= paridevita).

pp. of rudati, equivalent to ruṇṇa

ruha →

pts

…lohita-pāyin C.).

poetical for ruhira (rohita) = lohita

ruhira →

pts

…“besmeared with blood Ja.iv.331, is to be read as ruhir’ ukkhita of ukṣ).

fr. rudhira

rukkha →

pts

…by the ascetics for meditation: DN.i.71, where several such lonely places are recommended, as arañña, r-m. pabbata, kandara, etc
■…

rumma →

pts

…of all the rumma- & rummin passages is; anañjita, i.e. unkempt

ruppati →

pts

…= Vism.49 (dukkhitassa r.); Ja.iii.169 (salla-viddhassa r. = ghaṭṭiyamāna C.)
ruppati to Pāli…

ruru →

pts

sort of deer, a stag; usually called ruru-miga Ja.iv.256, Ja.iv.261; Ja.v.406 (pl rohitā rurū), Ja.v.416. Cp. ruruva.

Vedic ruru: RV vi.75, 15

rusita →

pts

…by Mnd.498 as “khuṃsita, vambhita ghaṭṭita” etc.). See rosa, roseti etc.

pp. of ruṣ to be vexed. The Dhtp defines by “rose”…

ruta →

pts

…Ja.vi.475 (rudaññu = ruta-jña C. same meaning); Mil.178 (sakuṇa-ruta-ravita); Vv-a (karavīka˚).

pp. of ravati: see…

ruṇṇa →

pts

…of rudati for Sk. rudita, after analogy of other roots in-d, as tud → tunna, pad → panna, nud → nunna. The BSk. forms are both…

rāga →

pts

…Vb-a.51 sq.

  • -carita one whose habit is passion, of passionate behaviour Mil.92; Vism.105 sq. (in det.), Vism.114 (+…

rājan →

pts

…The office of king was hereditary: kula-santakaṃ rajjaṃ Ja.i.395; Ja.ii.116; Ja.iv.124 but we sometimes read of a king being elected with…

rāji →

pts

…(nabhyo sata-rāji-cittita “coloured with 100 streaks”; Vv-a = lekhā); Vv.64#6 (veḷuriya˚) pabbata˚; a mountain range Ja.ii.417;…

rājita →

pts

see *vi*˚.

rājā →

pts

…The office of king was hereditary: kula-santakaṃ rajjaṃ Ja.i.395; Ja.ii.116; Ja.iv.124 but we sometimes read of a king being elected with…

rūhati →

pts

…See also rūhita (pp. of Caus rūheti = roheti).

the specific P. form of the usual Sk. P….

rūhita →

pts

boil, a diseased growth (lit. “healed”) Vin.iv.316 (explained as “yaṃ kiñci vaṇo” variant reading rudhita).

fr. rūhati1

rūpa →

pts

form, figure, appearance, principle of form, etc.

  1. Definitions. According to P. expositors rūpa takes its designation fr. ruppati, e.g. “ruppanato rūpaṃ” Vism.588; “ruppan’ a …

sabba →

pts

…(mahāmatta)
■ profitable to all Mil.373 (T. ṭṭh). of kammaṭṭhāna Snp-a.ii.54; Vism.97…

sabhāga →

pts

…a common room, a suitable or convenient place Ja.i.426; Ja.iii.49; Ja.v.235.

  • -vuttin living in mutual courtesy,…

saddahati →

pts

… pp (Caus.) saddhāyita
caus 2 saddahāpeti to make believe, to convince; Pot. -dahāpeyya Ja.vi.575;…

saddhi →

pts

…Ja.i.154, cp. saddhiṃkīḷita Ja.ii.20.

  • -cara companion Snp.45, Snp.46 (= ekato cara Cnd.633) Dhp.328. *…

saddhiṃ →

pts

…Ja.i.154, cp. saddhiṃkīḷita Ja.ii.20.

  • -cara companion Snp.45, Snp.46 (= ekato cara Cnd.633) Dhp.328. *…

saddhā →

pts

…(-pabbajita) MN.i.123; AN.i.24; Ja.i.130. The same phrase as saddhāya pabbajita at SN.i.120 is explained as…

saddhāyita →

pts

…of saddahati; BSk. śraddhayita

saddita →

pts

sounded, called Sdhp.100.

pp. of śabd; cp. saddāyati

saderita →

pts

see saterita.

saha →

pts

…connected with, concomitant Vin.i.10; DN.ii.186; SN.v.421; Kv.337; Dhs-a.157

  • -ggaṇa together with his companions Dpvs.14, 58 *…

sahita →

pts

…of saṃ + dhā, cp. Sk. sahita = saṃhita

sahitar →

pts

one who endures Snp.42.

n. ag. fr. sahati

sajati →

pts

…we find sañj˚; in sañjitar.

sṛj, cp. Av. hərəƶaiti to let loose; Sk. sarga pouring out, sṛṣṭi emanation,…

sajitar →

pts

see sañjitar.

sajjati →

pts

…Ja.iii.352. 2. to hesitate Ja.i.376 (asajjitvā without hesitation)

pp satta1
■ Cp. abhi˚ & vi˚.

Pass. of sañj or…

sajjhāyati →

pts

…id. Mil.10.

Denom. fr. sajjhāya, cp. BSk. svādhyāyita Avs.i.287; Avs.ii.23

sajjita →

pts

…sense of “happy” sukhita); Mil.244 (of an arrow: sent); Mhvs.17, Mhvs.7 Mhvs.27, Mhvs.16
■ nt. offering (=…

sakadāgāmitā →

pts

the state of a “once-returner” DN.ii.206.

abstr. fr. last

sakaṭa →

pts

…Snp-a.58 (udaka-bharita˚), Snp-a.137 (bīja˚). sakaṭāni pajāpeti to cause the carts to go on Ja.ii.296.

*…