Szótár

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jāta, 374 találat.

jaṭa →

bodhirasa

handle

SN 22.101 vāsijaṭasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, palagaṇḍassa vā palagaṇḍ'antevāsissa vā vāsi-jaṭe dissant'eva aṅgulipadāni dissati aṅguṭṭhapadaṃ.

jaṭā →

bodhirasa

dreadlocks

DHP 141 daṇḍavaggo

na naggacariyā na jaṭā na paṅkā, n'ānāsakā thaṇḍilasāyikā vā, rajojallaṃ ukkuṭikappadhānaṃ, sodhenti maccaṃ avitiṇṇakaṅkhaṃ.

JA 138 godha jātakaṃ

kiṃ te jaṭāhi dummedha, kiṃ te ajinasāṭiyā, abbhantaraṃ te gahanaṃ, bāhiraṃ parimajjasī'ti.

jaṭā →

bodhirasa

tangle, mess, snarl, knot

SN 7.6 jaṭāsuttaṃ

anto-jaṭā bahi-jaṭā, jaṭāya jaṭitā pajā, taṃ taṃ gotama pucchāmi, ko imaṃ vijaṭaye jaṭan'ti.

jāta →

bodhirasa

born, born (in), born (from)

ITI 100 brāhmaṇadhammayāgasuttaṃ

tassa me tumhe puttā orasā mukhato jātā dhammajā dhammanimmitā dhammadāyādā, no āmisadāyādā.

AN 8.13 assājānīyasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, rañño bhaddo assājānīyo ubhato sujāto hoti, mātito ca pitito ca. yassaṃ disāyaṃ aññe'pi bhaddā assājānīyā jāyanti, tassaṃ disāyaṃ jāto hoti.

jāta →

bodhirasa

became

DHPa 1.1.1 cakkhupālatthera vatthu

tadā sāvatthiyaṃ satta manussakoṭiyo vasanti. tesu satthu dhammakathaṃ sutvā pañcakoṭimattā manussā ariyasāvakā jātā, dvekoṭimattā manussā puthujjanā.

jāta →

bodhirasa

grown, arisen

AN 7.64 kodhanasuttaṃ

anatthajanano kodho, kodho cittappakopano, bhayam'antarato jātaṃ, taṃ jano n'āvabujjhati.

SNP 46 pasūrasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 8

ete vivādā samaṇesu jātā, etesu ugghāti nighāti hoti, etam'pi disvā virame kathojjaṃ, na h'añña'd'atth'atthi pasaṃsalābhā.

jāta →

bodhirasa

happened, occurred, took place

VIN 4.1.63 upasampadā vidhi

yaṃ jātaṃ taṃ saṅghamajjhe pucchante santaṃ atthī'ti vattabbaṃ asantaṃ natthī'ti vattabbaṃ

jāta →

bodhirasa

natural, naturally produced, naturally occurring

DHPa 1.1.7 devadatta vatthu

ekassa paccekabuddhassa jāta-ssaraṃ oruyha nhāyantassa tīre ṭhapitesu kāsāvesu cīvaraṃ thenetvā tesaṃ hatthīnaṃ gaman'āgamanamagge sattiṃ gahetvā sasīsaṃ pārupitvā nisīdati

jāta →

bodhirasa

type, class, variety, kind of

MN 7 vatthasuttaṃ

tam'enaṃ rajako yasmiṃ yasmiṃ raṅga-jāte upasaṃhareyya, yadi nīlakāya yadi pītakāya yadi lohitakāya yadi mañjeṭṭhakāya durattavaṇṇam'ev'assa aparisuddhavaṇṇam'ev'assa.

SN 22.54 bījasuttaṃ

pañc'imāni, bhikkhave, bīja-jātāni. katamāni pañca? mūlabījaṃ, khandhabījaṃ, aggabījaṃ, phalubījaṃ, bījabījaññeva pañcamaṃ.

jaṭā →

ncped

  1. the hair twisted together; tangled or twisted locks of hair (worn by ascetics; tied together on a roll or plait?)
  2. a tangle; a tangle of branches; desire.

jāta →

ncped

  1. born; produce; grown, growing; arisen; who has been born.
  2. become; present, apparent.
  3. of earth; natural; productive?

jaṭa →

pts

handle, only in vāsi˚; (h. of an adze) Vin.iv.168; SN.iii.154 = AN.iv.127.

jaṭā →

pts

tangle, braid, plaiting, esp.

  1. the matted hair as worn by ascetics (see jatila) Snp.249; Dhp.241, Dhp.393; Ja.i.12 (ajina +); Ja.ii.272
  2. the tangled branches of trees Ja.i.64
  3. (fig.) the tangl …

jāta →

pts

…in bud AN.iv.117; chandajāta = chandika Snp.767 sujāta Snp.548 (well-born, i.e. auspicious, blessed happy); pītisomanassa˚ joyful & glad…

abhijāta →

bodhirasa

well bred, high born, of noble descent

MN 61 ambalaṭṭhika rāhulovādasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, rāhula, rañño nāgo īsādanto urūḷhavā abhijāto saṅgāmāvacaro saṅgāmagato purimehi'pi pādehi kammaṃ karoti, pacchimehi'pi pādehi kammaṃ karoti

ajjatagge →

bodhirasa

from today onwards, lit. today first

VIN 0 verañjakaṇḍaṃ

upāsakaṃ maṃ bhavaṃ gotamo dhāretu ajja't'agge pāṇ'upetaṃ saraṇaṃ gataṃ

ajjatana →

bodhirasa

modern, related to today

DHP 227 kodhavaggo

porāṇam'etaṃ atula, n'etaṃ ajjatanām'iva, nindanti tuṇhim'āsīnaṃ, nindanti bahubhāṇinaṃ, mitabhāṇim'pi nindanti, n'atthi loke anindito.

ajjatanī →

bodhirasa

aorist, past tense, lit. today

ajāta →

bodhirasa

unborn, uncreated, unproduced

UD 73 tatiya nibbāna paṭisaṃyuttasuttaṃ

atthi bhikkhave ajātaṃ abhūtaṃ akataṃ asaṅkhataṃ.

ajātasattu →

bodhirasa

born enemy, lit. unborn enemy

JAa 1.3.6 mahiḷāmukha jātakavaṇṇanā

ajātasattu-kumāro devadattassa gayāsīse vihāraṃ kāretvā nānaggarasehi tivassikagandhasālibhojanassa divase divase pañca thālipākasatāni abhihari

DN 2.32 sāmaññaphalasuttaṃ

atha kho bhagavā acirapakkantassa rañño māgadhassa ajātasattussa vedehiputtassa bhikkhū āmantesi

akukkukajāta →

bodhirasa

growing straight up, not crooked

SN 22.95 pheṇapiṇḍūpamasuttaṃ

so tattha passeyya mahantaṃ kadalikkhandhaṃ ujuṃ navaṃ akukkukajātaṃ.

anavajjatā →

bodhirasa

blamelessness

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

iti purāṇañca vedanaṃ paṭihaṅkhāma navañca vedanaṃ na uppādessāma yātrā ca no bhavissati anavajjatā ca phāsu vihāro cā'ti

bhaṇḍanajāta →

bodhirasa

conflicting, quarrelling, disputing, lit. arisen conflict

VIN 5.4.7 tiṇavatthārakaṃ

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

bījajāta →

bodhirasa

kind of propagation, types of generation

SN 22.54 bījasuttaṃ

pañc'imāni, bhikkhave, bījajātāni. katamāni pañca? mūlabījaṃ, khandhabījaṃ, aggabījaṃ, phalubījaṃ, bījabījaññeva pañcamaṃ.

chandajāta →

bodhirasa

who’s desire has arisen (for), who is intent (on)

DHP 218 piyavaggo

chandajāto anakkhāte, manasā ca phuṭo siyā, kāmesu ca appaṭibaddhacitto, uddhaṃsoto'ti vuccati.

SNP 39 kāmasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 1

tassa ce kāmayānassa, chandajātassa jantuno, te kāmā parihāyanti, sallaviddho'va ruppati.

cuṇṇakajāta →

bodhirasa

crumbled to dust, become powder

DN 22.7 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

puna caparaṃ bhikkhave bhikkhu seyyathā'pi passeyya sarīraṃ sivathikāya chaḍḍitaṃ aṭṭhikāni pūtīni cuṇṇakajātāni

gandhajāta →

bodhirasa

kind of perfume, variety of fragrance

DHP 55 pupphavaggo

candanaṃ tagaraṃ vā'pi, uppalaṃ atha vassikī, etesaṃ gandhajātānaṃ, sīlagandho anuttaro.

jaṭādharaṇa →

bodhirasa

wearing dreadlocks

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

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

jātaka →

bodhirasa

stories of previous lives, lit. about what happened

AN 4.62 ānaṇyasuttaṃ

suttaṃ geyyaṃ veyyākaraṇaṃ gāthā udānaṃ itivuttakaṃ jātakaṃ abbhutadhammaṃ vedallaṃ

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

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

jātarūpa →

bodhirasa

gold, lit. genuine matter

AN 5.23 upakkilesasuttaṃ

pañc'ime, bhikkhave, jātarūpassa upakkilesā, yehi upakkilesehi upakkiliṭṭhaṃ jātarūpaṃ na c'eva mudu hoti na ca kammaniyaṃ na ca pabhassaraṃ pabhaṅgu ca na ca sammā upeti kammāya.

AN 3.102 paṃsudhovakasuttaṃ

santi, bhikkhave, jātarūpassa oḷārikā upakkilesā paṃsuvālukā sakkharakaṭhalā. tam'enaṃ paṃsudhovako vā paṃsudhovak'antevāsī vā doṇiyaṃ ākiritvā dhovati sandhovati niddhovati.

jātarūparajata →

bodhirasa

gold and silver, money

SN 42.10 maṇicūḷakasuttaṃ

kappati samaṇānaṃ sakyaputtiyānaṃ jātarūparajataṃ, sādiyanti samaṇā sakyaputtiyā jātarūparajataṃ, paṭiggaṇhanti samaṇā sakyaputtiyā jātarūparajatan'ti!

jātassara →

bodhirasa

natural lake, naturally occurring pool

DHPa 1.1.7 devadatta vatthu

ekassa paccekabuddhassa jātassaraṃ oruyha nhāyantassa tīre ṭhapitesu kāsāvesu cīvaraṃ thenetvā tesaṃ hatthīnaṃ gaman'āgamanamagge sattiṃ gahetvā sasīsaṃ pārupitvā nisīdati

kalahajāta →

bodhirasa

quarrelling, disputing, arguing, lit. arisen quarrel

VIN 5.4.7 tiṇavatthārakaṃ

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

kasambujāta →

bodhirasa

rotten, filthy, rubbish

AN 3.27 jigucchitabbasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, ekacco puggalo dussīlo hoti pāpadhammo asuci saṅkassarasamācāro paṭicchannakammanto, assamaṇo samaṇapaṭiñño, abrahmacārī brahmacāripaṭiñño, antopūti avassuto kasambujāto.

lomahaṭṭhajāta →

bodhirasa

with hair standing on end, with bristling hair

SNP 4 kasibhāradvājasuttaṃ uragavaggo 4

atha kho kasibhāradvājo brāhmaṇo saṃviggo lomahaṭṭhajāto yena bhagavā ten'upasaṅkami. upasaṅkamitvā bhagavato pādesu sirasā nipatitvā bhagavantaṃ etad'avoca, abhikkantaṃ, bho gotama, abhikkantaṃ, bho gotama!

mūlajāta →

bodhirasa

deeply rooted (in), lit. grown roots

SN 48.42 uṇṇābha brāhmaṇasuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, bhikkhave, uṇṇābhassa brāhmaṇassa tathāgate saddhā niviṭṭhā mūlajātā patiṭṭhitā daḷhā asaṃhāriyā samaṇena vā brāhmaṇena vā devena vā mārena vā brahmunā vā kenaci vā lokasmiṃ.

pacchājāta →

bodhirasa

reborn (in), came into existence (in)

AN 4.85 tamotamasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, ekacco puggalo nīce kule paccājāto hoti, caṇḍālakule vā venakule vā nesādakule vā rathakārakule vā pukkusakule vā dalidde app'annapānabhojane kasiravuttike, yattha kasirena ghāsacchādo labbhati.

padajāta →

bodhirasa

kind of footprint, type of spoor

AN 10.15 appamādasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, yāni kānici jaṅgalānaṃ pāṇānaṃ padajātāni, sabbāni tāni hatthipade samodhānaṃ gacchanti, hatthipadaṃ tesaṃ aggamakkhāyati, yad'idaṃ mahantattena

rajata →

bodhirasa

silver

DHP 239 malavaggo

anupubbena medhāvī, thokaṃ thokaṃ khaṇe khaṇe, kammāro rajatass'eva, niddhame malam'attano.

SNP 54 sāriputtasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 16

kaṃ so sikkhaṃ samādāya, ekodi nipako sato, kammāro rajatass'eva, niddhame malam'attano.

raṅgajāta →

bodhirasa

kind of die, type of colour

MN 7 vatthasuttaṃ

tam'enaṃ rajako yasmiṃ yasmiṃ raṅgajāte upasaṃhareyya, yadi nīlakāya yadi pītakāya yadi lohitakāya yadi mañjeṭṭhakāya durattavaṇṇam'ev'assa aparisuddhavaṇṇam'ev'assa.

rogajāta →

bodhirasa

type of disease, kind of illness

SN 20.10 biḷārasuttaṃ

eso kho, bhikkhave, jarasiṅgālo ukkaṇḍakena nāma rogajātena phuṭṭho. so yena yena icchati tena tena gacchati. yattha yattha icchati tattha tattha tiṭṭhati.

santāpajāta →

bodhirasa

tormented, tortured, agonised, anguished, lit. torment arisen

SNP 71 piṅgiya māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 16

taṇh'ādhipanne manuje pekkhamāno, santāpajāte jarasā parete, tasmā tuvaṃ piṅgiya appamatto, jahassu taṇhaṃ apunabbhavāyā'ti.

saṃvegajāta →

bodhirasa

filled with dismay, anxious, lit. dread arisen

DHPa 1.1.1 cakkhupālatthera vatthu

taṃ sutvā itaro saṃvegajāto, bhāriyaṃ vata me sāhasikaṃ ananucchavikaṃ kammaṃ katan'ti bāhā paggayha kandanto vanasaṇḍaṃ pakkhanditvā tathā pakkanto'va ahosi.

somanassajāta →

bodhirasa

state of joy

DN 18.4 janavasabhasuttaṃ

tena sudaṃ, bhante, devatā tāvatiṃsā attamanā honti pamuditā pīti-somanassajātā dibbā vata bho kāyā paripūrenti, hāyanti asurakāyā'ti

sujāta →

bodhirasa

well born, nobly born

THI 69 sundarī therīgāthā

ehi sārathi gacchāhi, rathaṃ niyyādayāh'imaṃ, ārogyaṃ brāhmaṇiṃ vajja, pabbaji dāni brāhmaṇo, sujāto tīhi rattīhi, tisso vijjā aphassayi.

AN 8.13 assājānīyasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, rañño bhaddo assājānīyo ubhato sujāto hoti, mātito ca pitito ca. yassaṃ disāyaṃ aññe'pi bhaddā assājānīyā jāyanti, tassaṃ disāyaṃ jāto hoti.

usmudakajāta →

bodhirasa

bubbling, boiling, steaming

SN 46.55 saṅgāravasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, brāhmaṇa, udapatto agginā santatto pakkuthito usmudakajāto. tattha cakkhumā puriso sakaṃ mukhanimittaṃ paccavekkhamāno yathābhūtaṃ na jāneyya na passeyya.

vijaṭayati →

bodhirasa

untangles, unknots, untwists, unravels

SN 7.6 jaṭāsuttaṃ

antojaṭā bahijaṭā, jaṭāya jaṭitā pajā, taṃ taṃ gotama pucchāmi, ko imaṃ vijaṭaye jaṭan'ti.

SN 7.6 jaṭāsuttaṃ

sīle patiṭṭhāya naro sapañño, cittaṃ paññañ'ca bhāvayaṃ, ātāpī nipako bhikkhu, so imaṃ vijaṭaye jaṭaṃ.

vijātā →

bodhirasa

woman who has given birth

DHPa 1.2.1 sāmāvatī vatthu

tadā seṭṭhino bhariyā garugabbhā hoti. tasmā so sīghaṃ gehaṃ purisaṃ pesesi, gaccha bhaṇe, jānāhi naṃ vijātā vā, no vā'ti.

vipubbakajāta →

bodhirasa

festering, suppurating, decomposing

DN 22.7 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

puna caparaṃ bhikkhave bhikkhu seyyathā'pi passeyya sarīraṃ sivathikāya chaḍḍitaṃ ek'āhamataṃ vā dvī'hamataṃ vā tī'hamataṃ vā uddhumātakaṃ vinīlakaṃ vipubbakajātaṃ

vāsijaṭa →

bodhirasa

axe-handle, adze-handle, chisel-handle

SN 22.101 vāsijaṭasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, palagaṇḍassa vā palagaṇḍ'antevāsissa vā vāsijaṭe dissant'eva aṅgulipadāni dissati aṅguṭṭhapadaṃ.

āpajjatabba →

bodhirasa

should be aroused, should be exhibited, should be produced, should be brought into being

MN 20 vitakkasaṇṭhānasuttaṃ

tena, bhikkhave, bhikkhunā tesaṃ vitakkānaṃ asatiamanasikāro āpajjitabbo.

MN 61 ambalaṭṭhika rāhulovādasuttaṃ

evarūpaṃ te, rāhula, kāyakammaṃ satthari vā viññūsu vā sabrahmacārīsu desetabbaṃ, vivaritabbaṃ, uttānīkātabbaṃ, desetvā vivaritvā uttānīkatvā āyatiṃ saṃvaraṃ āpajjitabbaṃ.

āvudhajāta →

bodhirasa

kind of weapon

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

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

ūmijāta →

bodhirasa

choppy, with waves

SN 46.55 saṅgāravasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, brāhmaṇa, udapatto vāt'erito calito bhanto ūmijāto. tattha cakkhumā puriso sakaṃ mukhanimittaṃ paccavekkhamāno yathābhūtaṃ na jāneyya na passeyya.

ajitakesakambala →

dppn

…Sutta, DN.i.55 where Ajātasattu describes a visit paid to Ajita, he taught the doctrine of “cutting off,” i.e. annihilation at death. He…

ajātasattu →

dppn

…towards Rājagaha to seek Ajātasattu’s help, but on the way he died of exposure and Ajātasattu gave him burial.

About a year before the…

añjanavana →

dppn

AñjanavanaAñcanavana

A garden at Sāketa. In it was a deer park where the Buddha used to stay. On one such occasion Kakudha came to see him, SN.i.54 and also the wanderer Kuṇḍaliya, SN.v.73 who lived …

bhāradvāja →

dppn

Bhāradvāja1

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of the heroic roar of the conquerors. Thag.177–178

Bhāradvāja2

He was the eldest of a clan of Bhāradvājas living in Rājagaha a …

bimbisāra →

dppn

…she received, as part of her dowry, a village in Kāsi, for her bath money. Her son was Ajātasattu.

Bimbisāra’s death was a sad one: he was…

bārānasī →

dppn

…of Kāsi. The Bhojājāniya Jātaka J.i.178 says that ‘all the kings around coveted the kingdom of Benares.’ In the Brahāchatta Jātaka J.iii.116,…

caṇḍappajjota →

dppn

…latter was put to death by Ajātasattu, Pajjota seems to have made preparations to wage war on Ajātasattu. The defences of Rājagaha were…

devadatta →

dppn

…and suddenly appeared on Ajātasattu’s lap, frightening him. He then resumed his own form, and Ajātasattu, much impressed, paid him great…

gayāsīsa →

dppn

…J.i.185, 508; ii.38f that Ajātasattu built a special monastery for Devadatta at Gayāsīsa.

The Commentaries SA.iii.4 UdA.74 say that the hill…

indapatta →

dppn

A town in the Kuru country. In the Kurudhamma Jataka J.ii.365f; also J.iii.400; J.iv.361; J.v.457; J.vi.255; Cyp.i.3, Cyp.v.1, Dhananjaya Koravya, is mentioned as its king and as the owner of Anjanava …

jaṭābhāradvāja →

dppn

A brahmin of the Bhāradvājagotta. He goes to the Buddha and asks him the questions given in the Jaṭā Sutta. The Buddha gives the same answer. SN.i.165

jīvakambavana →

dppn

…He built a monastery in the grove, and there the Buddha stayed several times. On one such occasion Ajātasattu visited the Buddha and the…

kosala →

dppn

…many fierce fights between Ajātasattu, his successor, and Pasenadi, these fights bringing varying fortunes to the combatants. The Sutta Nipāta…

kāsi →

dppn

…withdrew the gift from Ajātasattu, which act was the cause of a war between the two. Later, when Pasenadi’s daughter Vajirā was married to…

licchavī →

dppn

…the death of Bimbisāra, Ajātasattu, in his desire for the expansion of Māgadha, resolved to destroy the Licchavis. In order to discover what…

muṇḍa →

dppn

…Māgadha, great grandson of Ajātasattu and son of Anuruddha. It is probably this same king who is referred to in the Aṅguttara Nikāya….

māgadha →

dppn

…Bimbisāra, and after him Ajātasattu, reigned. Later, Pāṭaliputta became the capital. By the time of Bimbisāra, Aṅga, too, formed a part of…

nālāgiri →

dppn

…kill the Buddha, obtained Ajātasattu’s consent to use Nālagiri as a means of encompassing the Buddha’s death. Nālagiri was a fierce animal,…

pakudha →

dppn

…Sutta, DN.i.56 Ajātasattu is said to have visited him and obtained from him an exposition of his teaching, which was to the effect…

pippaliguhā →

dppn

PippaliguhāPipphaligūhā

A cave near Rājagaha, evidently a favourite haunt of Mahā Kassapa. Once when he lay there grievously ill, the Buddha visited him and cheered him by talking to him of the seven …

pātaligāma →

dppn

…that it was Udāyi, son of Ajātasattu Vin. Texts ii.102, n. 1. The latter tradition is probably correct as, according to the Anguttara Nikāya…

rājagaha →

dppn

…Sattapaṇṇiguhā, and Ajātasattu extended to the undertaking his whole hearted patronage. Vin.ii.285 The king also erected at Rājagaha a…

sahajāti →

dppn

SahajātiSahajātāSahañcanika

A township where Yasa Kākandakaputta met Soreyya Revata, whom he wished to consult regarding the Ten Points raised by the Vajjiputtakas. Revata had gone there from Soreyya …

silāvatī →

dppn

A village of the Sākyans. Once, when the Buddha was there with a large number of monks, Mira tempted them in the guise of a jatanduva-brahmin. SN.i.117

A story is also told of the temptation by Māra …

sujāta →

dppn

A monk who the Buddha commended on his spiritual and physical beauty. SN.ii.278f.

sujātā →

dppn

Sujātā1

The foremost laywoman in being first to go for refuge. DN.ii.135 AN.i.26

Sujātā2

A lay woman of Ñātikā. The Buddha said that she had become a sotāpanna and had thus as …

sundarī →

dppn

…her mother. Thig.325–338 Sujāta asked Vāsiṭṭhī why she does not grieve her lost children, and she answers that she has learnt the Dhamma…

sākya →

dppn

…and preached the Vessantara Jātaka, and their pride was subdued. They evidently fond of sports and mention is made of a special school of archery…

udāyibhadda →

dppn

…of Ajātasattu. When Ajātasattu, after the death of his father, paid his first visit to the Buddha and saw the Buddha…

ujjenī →

dppn

…contemplated a war against Ajātasathu. MN.iii.7

The road taken by Bāvarī’s disciples ran through Ujjenī. Snp.1011

Ujjenī was also the…

upaka →

dppn

…reports the conversation to Ajātasattu. The king shows his anger at the man’s presumption in having remonstrated with the Buddha….

vassakāra →

dppn

…Ud.viii.6 DN.ii.72ff.

At Ajātasattu’s suggestion, Vassakāra visited the Buddha to discover, indirectly, whether, in the Buddha’s view,…

vedehiputta →

dppn

An epithet of Ajātasattu. It means either “son of the lady from Videha” or “son of the wise woman”.

visākhā →

dppn

Visākhā1

. Thig.13

Visākhā2

The chief among the female lay disciples of the Buddha and declared by him to be foremost among those who ministered to the Order. AN.i.26 She is c …

vāseṭṭhī →

dppn

…is said that the brahmin Sujāta, father of Sundarī, met Vāsetthī, and, hearing her story, himself sought the Buddha at Mithilā where he…

abbhucittajāta →

ncped

astonished

abhijāta →

ncped

born; well-born, of noble birth.

ajjatagge →

ncped

henceforth; from this day forth.

ajjatana →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) referring or belonging to today; modern; present.
  2. (m.) the period of the current day; this day, today.

ajjatā →

ncped

the present time

akhilajāta →

ncped

akukkuccakajāta →

ncped

not causing anxiety

akukkukajāta →

ncped

without shoots?

antojaṭa →

ncped

entangled within; inner entanglements

antojaṭā →

ncped

entangled within; inner entanglements

antojāta →

ncped

(a slave) born in the house (of his master)

anujāta →

ncped

like, resembling; taking after, following the example of (one’s parents or teacher).

atthajāta →

ncped

having some need or task

avajāta →

ncped

of low or base birth; of lower character than one’s parents; an unworthy child.

aṅgajāta →

ncped

the male or female genitals.

cuṇṇakajāta →

ncped

reduced to powder; turned to dust.

dujjāta →

ncped

of ignoble birth; ignoble

duvijātā →

ncped

woman who has given birth twice.

dvedhikajāta →

ncped

holding two opinions; separated into two sides.

guḷāguṇdikajāta →

ncped

guḷāguṇṭhikajāta →

ncped

become enveloped in a tangled ball; knotted in ball; in a tangle of threads.

jaṭadharana →

ncped

wearing one’s hair in twisted locks.

jaṭamissa →

ncped

twisted locks of hair.

jaṭaṇduva →

ncped

roll of twisted hair.

jālakajāta →

ncped

covered in small buds?

jātaka →

ncped

jātaka1

neuter a birth; a story describing a previous life of the Buddha (when he was a bodhisatta); the name of one of the nine…

jātarūpa →

ncped

gold.

jātarūpapaṭirūpaka →

ncped

false gold; what looks like gold (but is not)

jātasara →

ncped

natural pond or lake.

jātassara →

ncped

natural pond or lake.

jātaveda →

ncped

fire.

kalahajāta →

ncped

involved in contention; quarreling

kasambujāta →

ncped

decomposed; rotten

kasambukajāta →

ncped

decomposed; rotten.

khilajāta →

ncped

barren; rigid; hostile

kokāsakajāta →

ncped

(with opened flowers) like the red lotus.

ocīrakajāta →

ncped

seeming to have its bark hanging down

tantākulakajāta →

ncped

entangled like a ball of string.

tatthajātaka →

ncped

growing there; having its origin there.

uppaṇḍuppaṇḍukajāta →

ncped

extremely yellow; extremely pale

ānandajāta →

ncped

full of joy

ūmijāta →

ncped

covered in ripples, disturbed

co-nascence →

nyana

Co-nascence: sahajāta-paccaya is one of the 24 conditions paccaya.

paccaya →

nyana

  1. Pre-nascene: purejāta
  2. Post-nascene: pacchājāta
  3. Repitition: āsevana
  4. Kamma: kamma
    14….

pacchājāta-paccaya →

nyana

Pacchājāta-paccaya: ‘post-nascence-condition’, is one of the 24 conditions paccaya.

paramī →

nyana

…in many of the Birth Stories Jātaka, of which, however, only the verses are regarded as canonical. Apart from the latter, the 10 pāramī are…

paticcasamuppāda →

nyana

…by way of conascence sahajāta mutuality aññamañña association sampayutta etc., since the 4 mental groups at all times form an…

post-nascence →

nyana

Post-nascence: pacchājāta-paccaya one of the 24 conditions paccaya.

predominance →

nyana

Predominance: and pre-nascence: adhipati, purejāta, are 2 of the 24 conditions paccaya.

purejāta-paccaya →

nyana

Purejāta-paccaya: ‘pre-nascence’, is one of the 24 conditions paccaya.

ākāsa →

nyana

Ākāsa: ‘space’, is, according to Com., of two kinds: 1. limited space paricchinnākāsa or paricchedākāsa, 2. endless space anantākāsa, i.e. cosmic space.

  1. Limited space, under th …

ānantarika-kamma →

nyana

…etc. About the 5th see A. X., 35, 38. With regard to the first crime, it is said in D. 2 that if King Ajātasattu had not killed his father, he…

abbhuta →

pts

…in acchariya-abbhutacitta-jāta dumbfounded & surprised Ja.i.88; Dhp-a.iv.52; Pv-a.6, Pv-a.50.

abhijāta →

pts

adjective of noble birth, well-born, SN.i.69; Vv.29#3; Mil.359 (˚kulakulīna belonging to a family of high or noble birth).

abi + jāta

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˚). …

adhikata →

pts

…something, i.e. confused, puzzled, in doubt Mil.144 (+ vimātijāta).

adhi + kata; cp. Sk. adhikṛta

aggi →

pts

…do not think so, and the Jātaka commentary, when it means Agni, has the phrase Aggi Bhagavā the Lord Agni e.g. at Ja.i.285, Ja.i.494;…

ajja →

pts

Ajja & Ajjā

adverb to-day, now Snp.75 Snp.153, Snp.158, Snp.970, Snp.998; Dhp.326; Ja.i.279; Ja.iii.425 (read bahutaṃ ajjā; not with Kern, Toev. s. v. as “food”); Pv.i.11#7 (= idāni Pv-a.59); Pv-a …

ajjatana →

pts

adjective referring to the day, today’s, present, modern (opp. porāṇa) Thag.552; Dhp.227; Ja.ii.409
■ dat. ajjatanāya for today Vin.i.17; Pv-a.171 & passim.

cp. Sk. adyatana

ajjatā →

pts

the present time, in ajjatañ ca this very day SN.i.83 (variant reading ajjeva).

abstr. fr. ajja

ajjhatta →

pts

…etc.); Dhs.161 (= attano jātaṃ Dhs-a.169), Dhs.204, Dhs.1044; Pp.59; Vb.1 sq. (khandhā), Vb.228 (sati), Vb.327 (paññā), Vb.342…

ajjā →

pts

Ajja & Ajjā

adverb to-day, now Snp.75 Snp.153, Snp.158, Snp.970, Snp.998; Dhp.326; Ja.i.279; Ja.iii.425 (read bahutaṃ ajjā; not with Kern, Toev. s. v. as “food”); Pv.i.11#7 (= idāni Pv-a.59); Pv-a …

amacca →

pts

  1. friend, companion, fellow-worker, helper, esp one who gives his advice, a bosom-friend Iti.73; Ja.vi.512 (sahajātā amaccā); Pv.ii.6#20 (a ˚-paricārikā well-advising friends as company or around …

amata →

pts

…or at Dhp-a.i.228 “ajātattā na jiyyati na miyyati tasmā amatan ti vuccati”

Vin.i.7 = MN.i.169 (apārutā tesaṃ amatassa dvārā);…

amājāta →

pts

…(dāsa, so read for āmajāta, an old mistake, expld. by C. forcibly as “āma ahaṃ vo dāsī ti”!). See also āmāya.

amā +…

anujāta →

pts

…esp. said of a son (putta), resembling his father, a worthy son Iti.64 (atijāta + opp. avajāta); Thag.827 (fig. following the example of)…

anumodati →

pts

to find satisfaction in (acc.), to rejoice in, be thankful for (c. acc.), appreciate, benefit from, to be pleased, to enjoy Vin.ii.212 (bhattagge a. to say grace after a meal); SN.ii.54; AN.iii.50 (*\ …

anusandhi →

pts

…Esp. freq in (Jātaka) phrase anusandhiṃ ghaṭeti “to form the connection”, to draw the conclusion, to show the application…

assatara →

pts

…(= vaḷavāya gadrabhena jāta); Ja.iv.464 (kambojake assatare sudante; imported from cambodia); Ja.vi.342
■ f. assatarī a she-mule…

ati →

pts

…comparison: accuṇha ati-jāta, ˚pīḷita ˚brūheti, ˚vassati, ˚vāyati, ˚veṭheti.

Note The contracted (assimilation-) form of ati…

atitāta →

pts

…well-born, well behaved, gentlemanly Iti.14 (opp avajāta).

ati + jāta, perhaps ati in sense of abhi, cp. abhijāta

attha →

pts

…(for = instr.) SN.i.37 (˚jāta when need has arisen, in need); Ja.i.254; Ja.iii.126, Ja.iii.281; Ja.iv.1; Dhp-a.i.398 (n’ atthi eteh’ attho…

atīta →

pts

…(a tale of) the past, i.e. a Jātaka Ja.i.213 Ja.i.218, Ja.i.221 etc
■ SN.i.5 (atītaṃ nânusocati); AN.iii.400 (a eko anto); Snp.851,…

ava →

pts

…e.g. in avajaya (= ajaya), ˚jāta, ˚mangala (= a˚) ˚pakkhin, ˚patta.

Affinities of ava

  1. apa. There exists an exceedingly…

avajjatā →

pts

only neg. an˚; blamelessness, faultlessness Pp.25, Pp.41; Dhs.1349.

abstr. to prec.

avajāta →

pts

…Snp.664 (= buddhassa avajātaputta Snp-a.479); Iti.63; Mil.359.

ava + jāta; cp. B.Sk. avajāta in meaning misborn, miscarriage

aya FIXME double →

pts

…forming an alloy of gold (jātarūpa), viz ayo, loha (copper), tipu (tin), sīsa (lead),…

ayo →

pts

…forming an alloy of gold (jātarūpa), viz ayo, loha (copper), tipu (tin), sīsa (lead),…

aḍḍha →

pts

…resources (foll. by pahūta-jātarūparajata pahūta vittūpakaraṇa etc.). Thus at DN.i.115, DN.i.134, DN.i.137; DN.iii.163 Pp.52; Dhp-a.i.3;…

aṅga →

pts

…samangi (-bhūta).

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

bahu →

pts

…Snp.972 (cp. Mnd.501). -jāta growing much, abundant Ja.vi.536. -ṭhāna (-cintin) of far-reaching…

bhaggava →

pts

one passage where it occurs, which happens to be in the Kumbhakāra-jātaka, v. 6, 7. i.e. the “Jātaka of the potter”

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 …

bhāva →

pts

…Vin.iv.3, Vin.iv.4 2. in Jātaka passages Ja.v.237; Ja.vi.293 (bhāvaṃ karoti, with loc., to love)- abhāva (late, only…

bhāṇaka →

pts

…Ja.i.59 Vism.36, Vism.266; Jātaka˚; etc. Mil.341 sq.; Majjhima˚ Vism.95 (Revatthera), Vism.275, Vism.286, Vism.431; Saṃyutta˚; Vism.313…

bhūta →

pts

grown, become; born, produced; nature as the result of becoming. The (exegetical) definition by Bdhgh of the word bhūta is interesting. He (at MN-a.i.31) distinguishes the foll. 7 …

bodhi →

pts

…are related in the Jātaka collection. These tales illustrate the wisdom & goodness of the future Buddha, whether as an animal, a god, or…

brāhmaṇa →

pts

…their representation in the Jātaka collection see Fick; Sociale Gliederung; esp. ch. 8, pp. 117–⁠162
■ Var fanciful etymologies,…

buddha →

pts

…Padumuttara, Sumedha, Sujāta, Piyadassī Atthadassī, Dhammadassī, Siddhattha, Tissa, Phussa. The typical career of a Buddha is illustrated…

bīja →

pts

…SN.v.46; Mil.33. -jāta species of seed SN.iii.54. -bīja one of the 5 groups of edible or useful…

cakka →

pts

I. Crude meaning

  1. a wheel (of a carriage) Dhp.1; Pv-a.65 (ratha˚); Mil.27.
  2. a discus used as a missile weapon Ja.i.74; Pgdp.36; cp khura˚ a razor as an instr. of torture.
  3. a disc, a …

campeyya →

pts

Name of a Nāgarāja Ja.iv.454 (= ˚jātaka, No. 506); Vism.304.

catur →

pts

-jāta of four sorts viz. gandha (perfume) having four ingredients Thag-a.72 (see next) -jāti of…

citta →

pts

Citta1 & Citra

adjective variegated, manifold, beautiful; tasty, sweet, spiced (of cakes), Ja.iv.30 (geṇḍuka); Dhp.171 (rājaratha); Vv.47#9; Pv.ii.11#2 (aneka˚); Pv.iv.3#13 (pūvā = madhurā …

cuṇṇaka →

pts

adjective

  1. a preparation of chunam, paint (for the face, mukha˚) DN.i.7; MN.ii.64 = Thag.771; Ja.v.302
  2. powder; cuṇṇakajātāni reduced to powder MN.iii.92 (aṭṭhikāni)
    ■ f. -ikā in cuṇṇikam …

cīnaka →

pts

kind of bean Snp.239 (= aṭavi-pabbatapadesu āropita-jāta-cīna-mugga Snp-a.283); Ja.v.405.

dhara →

pts

(usually -˚, except at Mil.420) adjective bearing, wearing, keeping; holding in mind, knowing by heart. Freq. in phrase dhammadhara (knowing the Dhamma, q.v.), vinaya˚, mātik …

divasa →

pts

…on a day: eka Ja.iii.391; jāta˚ on his birth-day Ja.iii.391; Ja.iv.138 dutiya˚ the next day Pv-a.12, Pv-a.13, Pv-a.17, Pv-a.31, Pv-a.80…

dveḷhaka →

pts

…uncertain Pv-a.13; -jāta in doubt Vin.iii.309; DN.iii.117 sq.; DN.iii.210
adveḷhaka (adj. sure, certain, without doubt Cnd.30…

dvidhā →

pts

…Ja.iii.181; Ja.iv.101 (jāta disagreeing); Ja.vi.368 (bhindati). See also dvedhā & dveḷhaka.

  • -gata gone to pieces…

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 …

dāsa →

pts

…(DN-a.i.300), or as “antojātadhanakkīta-karamarânīta-sāmaṃ dāsabyaṃ upagatānaṃ aññataro” (ibid. DN-a.i.168)
■ In phrase…

ela →

pts

…born in (salt) water Snp.845 (= ela-saññaka ambumhi jāta); Mnd.202 (elaṃ vuccati udakaṃ).

?

gandha →

pts

…powder Ja.iii.277; -jāta (nt.) odour, perfume (“consisting of smell”). Three kinds at AN.i.225 (māla˚, sāra˚,…

gaṇḍa →

pts

…(gaṇḍ-ā-gaṇḍajāta, covered with all kinds of boils); Dhp-a.iv.175; Pv-a.55. Cp. Av. SN.ii.168#2. 2. a stalk, a shaft, in Name of…

gaṇṭhi →

pts

…DN-a.i.163; Dhp-a.i.321 (˚jātaṃ what has be come knotty or hard)
■ diṭṭhi-gaṇṭhi the tangle of false doctrine Vv-a.297;…

gaṇṭhikā →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.335 (˚jāta = gaṇṭhijāta knotty part), Dhp-a.i.394. 2. a block (or is it knot?) Vin.ii.136 (? + pāsaka; cp. *Vin….

guḷā →

pts

…cpd. guḷā-guṇṭhika-jāta DN.ii.55, which is also to be read at AN.ii.211 (in spite of Morris, prelim. remarks to AN.ii.4 whose trsln. is…

guṇa →

pts

…in phrase tantākulajāta g-g-jāta at SN.iv.158, see under…

gāmaṇī →

pts

…sq.; & of the Gāmaṇī Jātaka Ja.i.136, Ja.i.137
■ SN.iv.306 (Talapuṭa naṭa˚), SN.iv.308 (yodhājīvo g.), SN.iv.310 (hatthāroho…

gārava →

pts

…Pv-a.135 (= pūjā), sañjāta-g˚-bahumāna (adj. Pv-a.50; Vv-a.205. Instr. gāravena out of respect respectfully DN.ii.155; Ja.i.465….

hadaya →

pts

…etc. (very frequent in the Jātakas); Dhp-a.i.5 Dhp-a.ii.90. -bheda “heart-break,” a certain trick in cheating with…

haṭṭha →

pts

…Dāvs v.64; lomahaṭṭhajāta (cp. ˚loma) with bristling hairs, excited DN.ii.240; Snp.p.14. 2. joyful, happy Vin.i.15; Snp.1017; Ja.i.31,…

jambonada →

pts

…(Ja.iv.105; Vv-a.13, Vv-a.340) AN.i.181; AN.ii.8, AN.ii.29; Vv.84#17. Cp. jātarūpa.

Sk. jāmbūnada; belonging to or coming from the…

janati →

pts

… ■ See also jantu jamma, jāta, jāti ñāti, etc.

Sk. janati (trs.) & jāyate (intrs.); *gene & *gné to (be able to) produce; Gr….

jaṭila →

pts

one who wears a jaṭā, i.e. a braid of hair, or who has his hair matted, an ascetic. enumerated amongst other ʻreligious’ as ājīvikā nigaṇṭhā j paribbājakā Cnd.308; ājīvikā nig˚ j. tāpasā Cnd.149 Cnd.5 …

jaṭin →

pts

one who wears a jaṭā, an ascetic Snp.689; f. -inī Ja.vi.555.

jaṭita →

pts

entangled SN.i.13; Mil.102, Mil.390; Vism.1 (etym.).

pp. of jaṭ; to which also jaṭā; Dhtp.95: sanghāte

jāla →

pts

Jāla1

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

A. Lit

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

jālaka →

pts

…Mil.199.

jāla1 +…

jātaka →

pts

Note. The form jāta in the sense of jātaka occurs at Dhp-a.i.34.

  • -atthavaṇṇanā the commentary on the…

jātatta →

pts

the fact of being born or of having grown or arisen Vism.250; Dhp-a.i.241.

abstr. fr. jāta

jāti →

pts

…a sort of, kind of (cp. jāta 3) catujātigandha four kinds of scent Ja.i.265; Ja.ii.291. 4. (jāti˚) by (mere) birth or nature, natural (opp…

jātika →

pts

…of, having, etc. (see jāta 3): duppañña˚ & sappañña˚ MN.i.225; dabba AN.i.254; mukhara˚ Snp.275; viññū˚ Snp.294;…

jāyati →

pts

…Kaṭṭhā jāyati jātavedo out of fire-wood is born the fire Snp.462
■ Vin.ii.95 = Vin.ii.305; Snp.114, Snp.296, Snp.657; Dhp.58,…

jīvaṃ-jīvaka →

pts

…goes like the j bird“?).

Fausböll reads jīvajīvaka in all the Jātaka passages. Speyer Avs.ii.227 has jīvañjīvaka

kahāpaṇa →

pts

A square copper coin MN.ii.163; AN.i.250; AN.v.83 sq. Vin.ii.294; Vin.iii.238; Dhs-a.280 (at this passage included under rajataṃ, silver, together with loha-māsaka, dārumāsaka and jatu-māsaka); S …

kakkara →

pts

…Toevoegselen

p. 118 K˚-Jātaka, N˚ 209.

onomat, cp. Sk. kṛkavāku cock, Gr. κέρκας, κερκίς, Lat. querquedula, partridge;…

kakkaru →

pts

kind of creeper (˚jātāni = valliphalāni) Ja.vi.536.

kakkāru →

pts

(Sk. karkāru, connected with karkaṭaka]

  1. a pumpkin-gourd, the Beninkasa Cerifera Ja.vi.536 kakkārujātāni = valliphalāni (reading kakkaru to be corr.).
  2. a heavenly flower Ja.iii.87, Ja.iii.88 = dibbapuppha

kalaha →

pts

…Ja.iii.151 Ja.vi.336; -jāta “to whom a quarrel has arisen,” quarrelling disputing AN.i.70; Vin.i.341; Vin.ii.86,…

kamma →

pts

…Ja.i.246; Ja.iii.270; -jāta sort of action Ja.v.24 (= kammam eva); -dhura (m. nt. draught-work…

kasambu →

pts

-jāta one whose nature is impurity, in comb. brahmacāripaṭiñño antopūti avassuto k˚ SN.iv.181; AN.ii.240;…

kañcana →

pts

…va); Vv-a.4, Vv-a.9 (= jātarūpa). Esp. freq. in compounds = of or like gold.

  • -agghika a golden garland Bv.X.26. *…

khandha →

pts

…elephant (hatthināga) sañjāta˚ “to whom has grown bulk = a large back” Snp.53, expl. Snp-a.103 by susaṇṭhitakkhandho “well endowed…

kiṃsuka →

pts

…the k.); Ja.ii.265 (˚opama-jātaka), Ja.v.405; Ja.vi.536. Perhaps variant reading at Snp-a.284.

kokāsika →

pts

the red lotus in -jāta “like the red lotus,” said of the flower of the Pāricchattaka tree AN.iv.118.

kukkuka →

pts

…= SN.iii.141 (text: akukkajāta = SN.iv.167; AN.ii.200 (text: akukkuccakajāta). Kern (

Toevoegselen

s. v. kukka) takes it to mean “grown…

kula →

pts

…Both these refer to an avajāta putta. Cp. also kulassa angārabhūta Dhp-a.iii.350; Snp-a.192 (of a dujjāto putto) and kulagandhana;…

kuruṅga →

pts

kind of antelope, in -miga the antelope deer Ja.i.173 (k˚-jatāka); Ja.ii.153 (do.).

deriv. unknown. The corresponding Sk. forms are kulunga and kulanga

kuṇāla →

pts

…great lakes in the Himavant…

kuṭhārī →

pts

…Pv-a.277 Purisassa hi jātassa kuthārī jāyate mukhe “when man is born, together with him is born an axe in his mouth (to cut evil…

kīḷita →

pts

…MN.i.229 (kīḷita-jātaṃ kīḷati). Cp. sahapaṃsu˚˚; see also keḷi & khiḍḍā.; Kivant & Kiva;

pp. of…

lambin →

pts

…hang or bend down (with ref. to the membrum virile) Vin.iii.35 (“tassa bhikkhussa angajātaṃ dīghaṃ hoti lambati tasmā lambī ti vutto”…

lañca →

pts

…is a word peculiar to the “Jātaka” literature.

  • -khādaka “eater of bribes,” one who feeds on bribes Ja.ii.196;…

macca →

pts

adjective noun jāta*.

maccha →

pts

…several are given in the Jātaka tales; viz. Ānanda (as the king of the fishes or a Leviathan) Ja.i.207; Ja.ii.352;…

makkaṭa →

pts

…Names of monkeys famous in Jātaka tales: Sālaka Ja.ii.268; Kālabāhu Ja.iii.98 sq.; on the monkey as a figure in similes see J.P.T.S. 1907,…

mana(s) →

pts

…Pv.ii.9#48 (= somanassajāta Pv-a.132); pīti˚; glad or joyful of heart Snp.766 (explained by tuṭṭha-mano, haṭṭha-mano, attamano…

mano →

pts

…Pv.ii.9#48 (= somanassajāta Pv-a.132); pīti˚; glad or joyful of heart Snp.766 (explained by tuṭṭha-mano, haṭṭha-mano, attamano…

manta →

pts

…in the Jātakas: Fick, Sociale Gliederung 152, 153). At Pv-a.117 m. is combined with yoga and ascribed to…

masa →

pts

in line “āsadañ ca masañ jaṭaṃ” at Ja.vi.328 is to be combined with ca, and read as camasañ, i.e. a ladle for sacrificing (C.: aggi-dahanaṃ).

matta →

pts

…thought Dhp-a.i.326; naṃ jātamattaṃ yeva as soon as he was born Pv-a.195; anumodana-mattena because of being pleased Pv-a.121;…

maṃsi →

pts

certain plant Nardostychus jatamansi Ja.vi.535.

cp. Sk. māṃsī

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.

maṇḍala →

pts

  1. circle DN.i.134 (paṭhavi˚, cp. puthavi˚ Snp.990); Vism.143 (˚ṃ karoti to draw a circle, in simile), Vism.174 (tipu˚ & rajata˚ lead- & silver circle, in kasiṇa practice); Vv-a.147 (of a fan = tāla …

maṭaja →

pts

certain weapon MN.i.281 (˚ṃ nāma āvudhajātaṃ; Neumann trsls “Mordwaffe”).

doubtful

meṇḍaka →

pts

…of a ram in the Ummagga-jātaka (Ja.vi.353–Ja.vi.55), which is told in form of a question, so difficult & puzzling that nobody “from hell…

missa →

pts

adjective

  1. mixed (with: -˚); various Vin.i.33 (kesa˚, jatā˚ etc. = a mixture of, various); Thag.143; Ja.iii.95, Ja.iii.144 (udaka-paṇṇa˚ yāgu); Pv.i.9#2 (missā kiṭakā). nt. missaṃ as adv. “in a …

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 …

muggara →

pts

…The word is specifically peculiar to the so-called Jātaka style.

cp. Sk. mudgara

muhutta →

pts

…at Pv-a.198 (under jātakamma, prophesy by astrologers at the birth of a child): rāsi, nakkhatta, tithi, m.; and from defn at…

mālaka →

pts

…is peculiar to the late (Jātaka-) literature & is not found in the older texts
■ Ja.i.449 (vikkama˚), Ja.iv.306; Ja.v.49 (visāla˚),…

māḷaka →

pts

…is peculiar to the late (Jātaka-) literature & is not found in the older texts
■ Ja.i.449 (vikkama˚), Ja.iv.306; Ja.v.49 (visāla˚),…

nava →

pts

…udānaṃ itivuttakaṃ jātakaṃ abbhutadhammaṃ vedallaṃ MN.i.133; AN.ii.103, AN.ii.178; AN.iii.86 sq., AN.iii.177 sq.; Pp.43; Mil.344;…

niddhanta →

pts

…cleaned, purified AN.i.254 (jātarūpa “loitered,” cp. niddhota); Snp.56 (˚kasāva-moha; Com vijahati); Dhp.236 (˚mala, malānaṃ…

niddhovati →

pts

…off, clean, purify AN.i.253 (jātarūpaṃ, immediately followed by niddhanta). pp. niddhota.

Sk. nirdhāvati, nis +…

nijjaṭa →

pts

adjective disentangled Ja.i.187; Mil.3.

Sk. *nirjaṭa, nis + jaṭa, adj. to jaṭā

niraya →

pts

…occur frequently in the Jātaka collection, e.g. Kākola Ja.vi.247; Khuradhāra Ja.v.269 sq.; Dhūma-roruva Ja.v.271 Patāpana Ja.v.266,…

nirindhana →

pts

adjective without fuel (of fire), Thag-a.148 (aggi); Dhp-a.i.44 (jātaveda). Niriha(ka)

nis + indhana

nisita →

pts

…sharp MN.i.281 (āvudhajāta pīta˚?); Ja.iv.118 (su˚); Vv-a.233; Pv-a.155, Pv-a.192, Pv-a.213.

Sk. niśita, ni + pp. of śā to whet

odīraka →

pts

in odīrakajāta SN.iv.193 should with variant reading be read ocīraka “with its bark off”, stripped of its bark.

= ava…

orasa →

pts

…Ja.iii.272; Vv.50#22; Thag-a.236 Kp-a.248; Pv-a.62 (urejāta +).

Fr. ura, uras breast Vedic aurasa

pabbata →

pts

…mountains, as found in the Jātaka literature: Cakkavāḷa Ja.vi.282; Caṇḍoraṇa Ja.iv.90 Canda Ja.iv.283; Ja.v.38, Ja.v.162;…

pacchā →

pts

…coming behind Ja.vi.30 -jāta (-paccaya), 11th of the 24 paccayas, q.v. causal relation of posteriority in time….

paccājāta →

pts

reborn, come to a new existence DN.i.62; DN.iii.264; MN.i.93; Pp.51.

pp. of paccājāyati

paccājāyati →

pts

to be reborn in a new existence MN.iii.169; SN.ii.263; SN.v.466, SN.v.474
pp paccājāta (q.v.).

paṭi + ā + jāyati

pada →

pts

…parsing Snp-a.150.

  • -jāta (nt.) pedal character SN.i.86
  • -ṭṭhāna [cp. Sk. padasthāna footprint] “proximate…

pahassati →

pts

…Mnd.296; cp. Snp-a.555 hāsajāta) The pp. pahasita (q.v.) is derived fr. pres. pahasati which makes…

pakiṇṇaka →

pts

…sq. (id.)
■ As Np. name of the xivth book of the Jātakas.

pa + kiṇṇa (pp. of kirati) + ka

palāsa →

pts

…tree Ja.iii.23 (in Palāsa Jātaka). 2. a leaf; collectively (nt.) foliage, pl. (nt.) leaves SN.ii.178; Ja.i.120 (nt.); Ja.iii.210, Ja.iii.344;…

pamucchita →

pts

…khuppipāsādidukkhena sañjāta-mucchā Pv-a.174); Pv.iv.10#8. 2. infatuated SN.i.187 (variant reading; T. samucchita) = Thag.1219;…

paricaya →

pts

…Vism.153; Pv-a.74
■ adj. (-˚) acquainted with, versed in (loc.) Ja.ii.249 (jāta˚), Vv-a.24 (kata˚); Pv-a.4 (id.), Pv-a.129…

patiṭṭhita →

pts

…(˚saddha); Pv-a.34 (jāta +)
■ nt. -ṃ arrangement, settling, in pañca˚; the fivefold array, a form of respectful greeting,…

pañca →

pts

…(of king or brahmin): sujāta, ajjhāyaka abhirūpa, sīlavā, paṇḍita (see anga; on another combination with anga see below). The phrase…

paṇḍu →

pts

adjective pale-red or yellow, reddish, light yellow, grey; only at Thig.79 (kisā paṇḍu vivaṇṇā), where paṇḍu represents the usual up-paṇḍ’-uppaṇḍuka-jātā: “thin, pale and colourless” (see Thag- …

paṭigaṇhāti →

pts

…sewing-needle); SN.iv.326 (jātarūpa-rajataṃ); Snp.479, Snp.689, Snp.690; Dhp.220; Ja.i.56, Ja.i.65; DN-a.i.236; Pv-a.47. In special phrase…

paṭiggaṇhāti →

pts

…sewing-needle); SN.iv.326 (jātarūpa-rajataṃ); Snp.479, Snp.689, Snp.690; Dhp.220; Ja.i.56, Ja.i.65; DN-a.i.236; Pv-a.47. In special phrase…

paṭṭa →

pts

  1. slab, tablet, plate, in compounds ayo˚; iron plate AN.iv.130, AN.iv.131; Ja.iv.7 (suvaṇṇa˚); Pv-a.43 (ayomaya˚); loha˚; brass plate Pv-a.44; silā˚ stone slab Ja.i.59 etc. When written on it i …

phala →

pts

…a phrase very freq. in Jātaka style, e.g. Ja.i.416 Ja.ii.160; Ja.iii.127; Ja.iv.220; Ja.iv.307, Ja.iv.449, Ja.v.313; Ja.vi.520;…

phīta →

pts

…combn in the Jātakas, e.g. Ja.iv.135 (= samiddha); Ja.vi.355 (variant reading pīta) With iddha & detailed description of all…

pujja →

pts

adjective to be honoured MN.iii.38 sq., MN.iii.77 sq.; AN.iii.78 (variant reading); Ne.52, Ne.56 (= pūjaniya C.). Compar. pujjatara MN.i.13; & see; pūja.

grd. of pūj, cp. Sk. pūjya

pukkusa →

pts

…of which are said (in the Jātakas) to earn their living by means of refuseclearing On the subject see Fick, Sociale Gliederung 206, 207
■…

pura →

pts

…a meaning restricted to the Jātakas, e.g. Ja.v.65 (= nivesana C.); Ja.vi.251, Ja.vi.492 (= antepura). Cp. thīpura lady’s room, harem, also…

pure →

pts

…cp Cnd.318).

  • -jāta happening before, as logical category (˚paccaya) “antecedence”; Vism.537 (elevenfold) Tikp….

putta →

pts

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

puñja →

pts

…but id p. MN.iii.92 puñjakajāta); AN.iii.324 (puñjakata; variant reading puñjakita & puñjanika); Ja.ii.408 (puñjakata, variant reading…

pāricchattaka →

pts

…at Vv-a.174 for pārijāta, which is also the BSk. form) Ja.i.40; Ja.ii.20; Kp-a.i.122; Snp-a.485; Dhp-a.i.273; Dhp-a.iii.211; Dhs-a.1;…

pārijāta →

pts

Err:509

rajata →

pts

…explained at Mnd.478 as jātarūpa), Ja.v.50; Ja.v.416 (hema˚ gold & silver); Vv.35#1 (˚hema-jāla); Dhp-a.ii.42 (˚paṭṭa silver tablet…

rajati →

pts

usually intrs. rajjati (q.v.). As rajitabba (grd.) in meaning “to be bleached” (dhovitabba +) only in meaning “bleach” (as compared with *[dhovati](/define …

rajo →

pts

(rajas) & Raja neuter

  1. Forms.
    ■ Both rajo & rajaṃ occur as noun & acc. sg., e.g. rajo at DN.ii.19; Snp.207, Snp.334; Dhs.617; rajaṃ at Snp.275; Iti.83; once (in verse) *[rajo](/define/rajo …

ratana →

pts

Ratana1

neuter

  1. (lit.) a gem, jewel Vv-a.321 (not = ratana2, as Hardy in Index) Pv-a.53 (nānāvidhāni)
    ■ The 7 ratanas are enumerated under veḷuriya (Mil.267). They are …

raṅga →

pts

…dyer Mil.331.

  • -jāta colour MN.i.385; Vb-a.331.
  • -ratta dyed crimson Vin.i.185 = Vin.i.306

fr….

reṇu →

pts

…found only in the so-called Jātaka-style Ja.i.233 (mahā-tumba-matta), Ja.i.349 (pupphato reṇuṃ gaṇhāti); Ja.iii.320; Ja.v.39…

rohita →

pts

…is freq. mentioned in the “Jātaka literature, e.g. Ja.ii.433; Ja.iii.333; Dhp-a.ii.132 (four) 140; Kp-a.118.

Vedic rohita; cp. the usual P….

ruda →

pts

…(cry) at 2 Jātaka passages, viz. Ja.i.207; Ja.vi.475 (ruda-ññu knowing the cries of all animals, explained as “ruta-jña,…

rukkha →

pts

…Vb-a.196 (in compound: jātassa avassaṃ jarā-maraṇaṃ, uppannassa rukkhassa patanaṃ viya), Vb-a.334 sq. (as garu-bhaṇḍa)…

rājan →

pts

…mahābhoga pahūta-jātarūpa-rajata pahūta-vitt’ ûpakaraṇa pahūtadhana-dhañña paripuṇṇa-kosa-koṭṭhāgāra,“ e.g….

rājatā →

pts

state of being a king, kingship, sovereignty Ja.i.119 (anuttara-dhamma˚ being a most righteous king).

abstr. fr. rājā

rājā →

pts

…mahābhoga pahūta-jātarūpa-rajata pahūta-vitt’ ûpakaraṇa pahūtadhana-dhañña paripuṇṇa-kosa-koṭṭhāgāra,“ e.g….

rūpiya →

pts

…Sk. rūpya, lit. of splendid appearance, cp. name for gold jātarūpa

Rūpiya2

see ruppa.

saha →

pts

…same time Vv.81#15.

  • -jāta 1 born at the same time, of equal age Ja.i.54; Ja.vi.512; 2 arisen at the same time coinciding…

sahājanetta →

pts

sahajānetta); lit. “coinciding eye”; Snp-a.598 explains as “sahajāta-sabbaññuta-ñāṇa-cakkhu.”

sahāja + netta

sakid →

pts

Sakid & Sakiṃ

adverb once.

  1. sakiṃ: DN.ii.188; Ja.i.397; Dhp-a.iii.116 (sakiṃvijātā itthi primipara); once more: Mil.238; once for all: Thig.466; Dhp-a.ii.44; Thag-a.284
  2. *s …

sakiṃ →

pts

Sakid & Sakiṃ

adverb once.

  1. sakiṃ: DN.ii.188; Ja.i.397; Dhp-a.iii.116 (sakiṃvijātā itthi primipara); once more: Mil.238; once for all: Thig.466; Dhp-a.ii.44; Thag-a.284
  2. *s …

samodhāneti →

pts

…put together, connect Ja.i.9, Ja.i.14; DN-a.i.18; Snp-a.167, Snp-a.193, Snp-a.400 especially jātakaṃ s. to apply a Jātaka to the…

sampati →

pts

now Mil.87; sampatijāta, just born DN.ii.15 = MN.iii.123. Cp. sampaṭike.

saṃ + paṭi; cp. Sk. samprati

sampattakajāta →

pts

merged in, given to Ud.75.

read sammattaka (?)

samugga →

pts

…Ja.i.383; Mil.153, Mil.247; Sdhp.360 (read samuggābhaṃ) Samugga-jātaka the 436th Jātaka Ja.iii.527 sq. (called Karaṇḍaka-Jātaka ibid.;…

santhava →

pts

…= SN.iii.9; Ja.iv.98. -jāta having become acquainted, an acquaintance Mnd.198
a˚vissāsin intimate without being acquainted…

sara →

pts

…sarasi Mhvs.10, Mhvs.7; jātassara a natural lake Ja.i.472 sq.

Vedic saras

Sara4

adjective remembering MN.i.453; AN.ii.21;…

sarabha →

pts

…C. ibid. 538) Sarabhamigajātaka the 483rd Jātaka Ja.i.193, Ja.i.406 (text sarabhanga); Ja.iv.263 sq.

satta →

pts

Satta1

hanging, clinging or attached to Vin.i.185; DN.ii.246; Mnd.23, Mnd.24; Dhp.342; Ja.i.376 Cp. āsatta1 & byāsatta.

pp. of sañj: sajjati

Satta2

  1. (m.) a li …

sayaṃ →

pts

…(dukkha); Ud.69 sq.

  • -jāta born from oneself sprung up spontaneously Ja.i.325; Ja.ii.129.
  • -pabha

sañjanati →

pts

…to cause, produce; realize Pp.16; Sdhp.564 (ger. ˚janayitvāna)
pp sañjāta. See also Pass. saṃjāyati.

saṃ…

sañjāta →

pts

…of sañjanati

Sañjāta2

adjective of the same origin (con-gener) Ja.iv.134. Cp….

saṃsagga →

pts

…Mnd.139; Cnd.137 (for iti); Snp-a.28
; SN.ii.202; Mil.344. -jāta one who has come into contact Snp.36.

fr. saṃ + sṛj

saṃyamanī →

pts

kind of ornament Ja.v.202 (= maṇisuvaṇṇa-pavāḷa-rajata-mayāni pilandhanāni C.).

fr. last

sikkhāpada →

pts

…on a high, big bed; (10) jātarūpa rajata-paṭiggahaṇā˚; not to accept any gold or silver: Vin.i.83 = Kp ii.; AN.i.211, and frequently-…

sindhava →

pts

belonging to the Sindh, a Sindh horse Ja.i.175; Ja.ii.96; Ja.iii.278; Ja.v.259; Dhp-a.iv.4 (= Sindhava-raṭṭhe jatā assā); (nt.) rock salt Vin.i.202 Sindhavaraṭṭha the Sindh country Thag-a.270; Ja.v …

sojacca →

pts

nobility, high birth Ja.ii.137.

abstr. fr. sujāta

su →

pts

…good man Mhvs.1, Mhvs.85 -jāta well born, of noble birth DN.i.93; Snp.548 sq. -jāti of noble family…

sunakha →

pts

…Names of some dogs in the Jātakas are Kaṇha (or Mahā˚) Ja.iv.183; Caturakkha Ja.iii.535; Jambuka Pingiya ibid.; Bhattabhuñjana Ja.ii.246….

supina →

pts

…Ja.i.335; Pv-a.105 (of Ajātasattu); maṅgala˚; a lucky dream Ja.vi.330; mahā˚ṃ passati to have (lit. see) a great…

suvaṇṇa →

pts

…Snp.48, Snp.686 Cnd.687 (= jātarūpa); Kp-a.240; Vv-a.104; often together with hirañña Vin.iii.16, Vin.iii.48;…

sāliya →

pts

…of the maina bird, var. read. suva-khaṇḍa; a section of the 546th Jātaka, but sāḷiyā, sālikā, sāliyā is not a paṛrot.

sāvajjatā →

pts

guilt Mil.293.

fr. last

taccha →

pts

…trees), title & hero of Jātaka No. 492 (Ja.iv.342 sq.). Cp. vaḍḍhakin.

Vedic takṣan, cp. taṣṭṛ, to takṣati (see…

tama →

pts

…spheres of life (cp. kaṇhajāta) or in a state of suffering (duggati) Snp.248 (pecca tamaṃ vajanti ye patanti sattā nirayaṃ avaṃsirā),…

tanta →

pts

…guḷāguṇṭhikajāta “entangled like a ball of string & covered with blight” SN.ii.92; SN.iv.158; AN.ii.211; Dpvs.xii.32. See…

te →

pts

Te˚

secondary base of numeral three (fr. ti) in compound: having a relation to a triad of, three-; in numerical compounds also = three (see under tayo).

  • *-[kaṭula](/define/kaṭu …

thūpa →

pts

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

tika →

pts

…triads, a division of the Jātaka), Dhp-a.iv.108 (t
■ catukka-jhāna the 3 & the 4 jhānas); Mil.12 (tika-duka-paṭimaṇḍitā…

unnaṅgala →

pts

…take a holiday A typical “Jātaka”-phrase; Ja.i.228; Ja.ii.296, Ja.ii.367; Ja.iii.129, Ja.iii.414; Ja.iv.355; Ja.vi.328; Dhp-a.iii.10.

ud +…

upakkilesa →

pts

…AN.ii.67; AN.iii.16 (jātarūpassa, cittassa), AN.iii.386 sq.; AN.iv.177 (vigatā); AN.v.195; Pts.i.164 (eighteen); Pp.60; Dhs.1059…

upanissaya →

pts

…in the Paṭṭhāna, the Jātaka & later exegetical literature Ja.i.78, Ja.i.508; Ja.iv.96; Ja.vi.70; Ne.80 Vism.19 (˚gocara), Vism.535…

upavajjatā →

pts

blameworthiness SN.iv.59 (an˚).

abstr. fr. upavajja

uppaṇḍuppaṇḍukajāta →

pts

…ud + paṇḍu + ka + jāta; paṇḍu yellowish. The word is evidently a corruption of something else, perhaps upapaṇṇḍuka upa in…

ura →

pts

…Ja.i.447; Pv-a.62 (ure jāta; cp orasa)
■ Vin.ii.105 (contrasted with piṭṭhi back); Vin.iv.129; Ja.iv.3; Ja.v.159, Ja.v.202;…

uro →

pts

…Ja.i.447; Pv-a.62 (ure jāta; cp orasa)
■ Vin.ii.105 (contrasted with piṭṭhi back); Vin.iv.129; Ja.iv.3; Ja.v.159, Ja.v.202;…

ussadaka →

pts

adjective over-full, overflowing AN.iii.231, AN.iii.234 (˚jāta, of a kettle, with vv.ll. ussuraka˚ & ussuka˚).

fr. ussada 4

uṇṇa →

pts

Uṇṇā (f.)

  1. wool AN.iii.37 = AN.iv.265 (+ kappāsā cotton) Ja.ii.147; Snp-a.263 (patt˚).
  2. hair between the eyebrows Snp.1022, & in stock phrase, describing one of the 32 signs of a Mahāpurisa, …

vakkaṅga →

pts

term for bird, poetically for sakuṇa Ja.i.216 (tesaṃ ubhosu passesu pakkhā vankā jātā ti vakkangā C.).

vakkaṃ + ga

valāhassa →

pts

…Divy.120 sq. (see Index Divy). Vali & Vali

valāha +…

vati →

pts

Vati1

feminine a fence Ja.i.153; Ja.iii.272; Ja.v.472; Vism.186 (vatī, variant reading vati); Snp-a.98 (variant reading for gutti), Snp-a.148 (variant reading for ˚vatikā).

later Sk. vṛ …

vattha →

pts

…Snp.1022; DN-a.i.275 (= angajātaṃ Bhagavato ti vāraṇass’ eva kosohitaṃ vatthaguyhaṃ suvaṇṇavaṇṇaṃ…

vaḍḍhaki →

pts

…characteristic of the Jātakas and other popular (later literature Ja.i.32, Ja.i.201, Ja.i.247; Ja.ii.170; Ja.vi.332 sq., Ja.vi.432…

vaḷavā →

pts

mare, a common horse DN.i.5; Pp.58; Mhvs.10, Mhvs.54; Ja.i.180; Ja.vi.343; Dhp-a.i.399; Dhp-a.iv.4 (assatarā vaḷavāya gadrabhena jātā).

  • -ratha a carriage drawn by a mare DN.i. …

vaḷīna →

pts

at Ja.vi.90 is not clear (in phrase jaṭaṃ vaḷīnaṃ pankagataṃ). The C. reads valinaṃ, paraphrased by ākulaṃ. Fausböll suggests malinaṃ. Should we accept reading valinaṃ? It would then be acc. sg. of …

vaṭṭakā →

pts

…Ja.iii.312; Dhp-a.iii.175 (loc. pl. vaṭṭakesu)
■ The Vaṭṭaka-jātaka at Ja.i.208 sq. (cp. Ja.v.414).

cp. Sk. vartakā & Ved….

veda →

pts

…at Mil.54 & Mil.71; -jāta thrilled, filled with enthusiasm, overcome with awe, excited AN.ii.63; Snp.995, Snp.1023; Kv.554…

vedhavera →

pts

…in two diff. passages of the Jātaka, both times characterized as sukka-cchavī vedhaverā “sons of widows, with white skins,” and at both…

velli →

pts

is a word peculiar to the Jātaka. At one passage it is explained by the Commentary as “vedi” (i.e. rail, cornice), where it is applied to the…

veneyya →

pts

…Buddha). The term is late (Jātaka style & Com. Ja.i.182 (Buddha˚), Ja.i.504; Snp-a.169, Snp-a.510; Dhp-a.i.26 Vb-a.79; Vv-a.217; Thag-a.69…

viggahita →

pts

…AN.ii.157; Pts.ii.101. Cp BSk. vigrāhita, e.g. Avs.i.83 = Avs.i.308 (Ajātaśatru Devadatta˚); Divy.419, Divy.557, Divy.571;…

vijaṭana →

pts

disentangling Mil.11.

fr. vijaṭeti

vijātā →

pts

(a woman) having borne Ja.ii.140; Pv.ii.2#3 (= pasūtā Pv-a.80).

  • -kāla time of birth Ja.ii.140.
  • -ghara birth-chamber Mil.301.

pp. of vijāyati

vijāyati →

pts

…Mhvs.5, Mhvs.43 (puttaṃ); and vijāyitvāna Pv.i.6#3
pp vijāta
caus 2 vijāyāpeti to…

vilāka →

pts

…word is peculiar to the “Jātaka” style
■ Ja.iv.19 (= suṭṭhu- vilaggita -tanu-majjhā); Ja.v.155 (+…

vimāna →

pts

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

vāsi →

pts

  1. a sharp knife, axe, hatchet, adze (often combined with pharasu) Ja.i.32, Ja.i.199; Ja.ii.274; Ja.iii.281 Ja.iv.344; Mil.383; Mil.413; Dhp-a.i.178 (tikhiṇā vāsiyā khaṇḍâkhaṇḍik …

ya →

pts

…regular, e.g. : yassa jātarūparajataṃ kappati pañca pi tassa kāmaguṇā kappanti SN.iv.326 In a generalizing sense (cp. below ii.3):…

yajati →

pts

to sacrifice, to make an offering (yaññaṃ); to give alms or gifts-In the P. literature it refers (with yañña, sacrifice) either (when critical) to the Brahmanic rites of sacrificing to the gods accor …

yatra →

pts

…vata bho jātiyā y. h. n. jātassa jarā paññāyissati “woe to birth that old age is to be noticed in that which is born!”); Mil.13…

yañña →

pts

…(cp. Pv-a.134).

The Jātakas are full of passages referring to the ineffectiveness and cruelty of the Brahmanic sacrifice e.g. Ja.iii.518…

yujjhati →

pts

…yujjhanto), Dhp-a.iii.259 (Ajātasattunā saddhiṃ yujjhanto)
pp yuddha -Caus. yodheti (q.v.).

cp….

ā →

pts

…is fruit not fruit) freq. in Jātakas, e.g. ; Ja.i.416; Ja.ii.160; Ja.iii.127 Ja.iv.220, Ja.iv.307, Ja.iv.449; Ja.v.313; Ja.vi.520;…

ādicca →

pts

…DN-a.i.97); Ja.ii.72 (˚jātaka; ādiccaṃ upatiṭṭhati Ja.ii.73 = suriyaṃ namassamāno tiṭṭhati C.).

ākula →

pts

adjective entangled, confused, upset, twisted, bewildered Ja.i.123 (salākaggaṃ ˚ṃ karoti to upset or disturb); Vv.84#9 (andha˚); Pv-a.287 (an˚ clear). Often reduplicated as ākulākula thoroughly con …

āma →

pts

…of T. amā-jāta which is to be read for āmajāta); Ja.ii.92; Ja.v.448; Mil.11, Mil.19, Mil.253; Dhp-a.i.10, Dhp-a.i.34…

āmāya →

pts

…(dāsassa dāsiyā kucchimhi jātadāsā).

to be considered either a der. from amā (see amājāta in same meaning) or to be…

āneñjatā →

pts

steadfastness Vism.330, Vism.386.

fr. āneñja

āyācita →

pts

vowed, promised Ja.i.169 (˚bhattajātaka N.).

pp. of āyācati

ūmi →

pts

…SN.iv.157; SN.v.123 (˚jāta); AN.iii.232 sq. (id.); Snp.920; Ja.ii.216; Ja.iii.262 Ja.iv.141; Mil.260 (˚jāta)
Note. A parallel form…

ūmī →

pts

…SN.iv.157; SN.v.123 (˚jāta); AN.iii.232 sq. (id.); Snp.920; Ja.ii.216; Ja.iii.262 Ja.iv.141; Mil.260 (˚jāta)
Note. A parallel form…