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ja →

pts

…pubba˚, yoni˚, vāri˚ saha˚, sineha˚.

adj
■ suffix from jan, see janati; cp. ˚ga; gacchati

abhaya →

dppn

…son of King Bimbisāra and of Padumavatī, the belle of Ujjeni. When the boy was seven years old, his…

acelakassapa →

dppn

…for thirty years a paribbājaka, he admits to Citta that he had thereby obtained no particular excellence of knowledge. Citta tells him of his…

aciravata →

dppn

…a conversation with Prince Jayasena on the life of the bhikkhu. Aciravata repeats this conversation to the Buddha who thereupon preaches the…

aciravatī →

dppn

A river, the modern Rāpti in Uttar Pradesh; one of the pañca-mahānadī, Vin.ii.237 the five great rivers flowing from the Himālaya eastwards (pācīnaninnā) SN.v.39 into the sea. During the hot seas …

addhakāsī →

dppn

A prostitute in Rājagaha who entered the Order of the bhikkhunis. Wishing to obtain the higher ordination from the Buddha, she set out for…

addhariyā →

dppn

…are evidently Adhvaryu…

aggaḷapura →

dppn

A city where Revata went on his way from Soreyya to Sahajāti, prior to the Council of Vesālī. Vin.ii.300

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aggikabhāradvāja →

dppn

…brahmin of Rājagaha, a fire-tender. He prepares a meal for sacrifice, and when the Buddha, out of compassion…

aggivessana →

dppn

…and also Dīghanakha Paribbājaka. MN.i.497f.

In the Dantabhūmi Sutta MN.iii.128f. the novice Aciravata is thus addressed by Prince Jayasena,…

ahiṃsakabhāradvāja →

dppn

…of the Bhāradvāja brothers. He came to the Buddha at Sāvatthī and the Buddha suggested to him the…

ajakalāpaka →

dppn

A Yakkha who tried to frighten the Buddha, but who, later, became his disciple. Ud.4–5

ajakalāpakacetiya →

dppn

A shrine at Pāvā at which sacrifices were offered to Ajakalāpaka. Ud.4

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ajakaraṇī →

dppn

The river on whose banks was the Lonagiri (or Lena°) vihāra where lived the Thera Sabbaka (Sappaka). Thag.307–310

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

This river was probably …

ajapālanigrodha →

dppn

…on the banks of the Nerañjara, near the Bodhi tree. A week after the Enlightenment the Buddha went there and spent a week cross-legged at the…

ajita →

dppn

paribbājaka who visited the Buddha, and at whose instigation the Buddha preached to the Bhikkhus on the difference between…

ajitakesakambala →

dppn

AjitakesakambalaKesakambalaAjita

Head of one of the six heretical sects mentioned in the Pitakas as being contemporaneous with the Buddha. He is described as a Titthaka (non-Buddhist teacher), leade …

ajātasattu →

dppn

…Mango grove at Rājagaha. DN.i.49–50

It was on the occasion of this visit that the Sāmaññaphala Sutta was preached. The king admits…

ambagāma →

dppn

…villages in the vicinity of Ambagāma were Hatthigāma and Jambugāma.

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ambalaṭṭhikā →

dppn

…park on the road between Rājagaha and Nāḷandā. It contained a royal rest-house in which the Buddha and members of the Order used to stay in…

ambapālī →

dppn

…Bimbisāra to get a courtesan for his own city of Rājagaha. Vin.i.268

ambasaṇḍā →

dppn

…Māgadha to the east of Rājagaha.

To the north of the village was the Vediyaka mountain, in which was the Indasālaguhā, where the Sakkapañha…

ambatittha →

dppn

…to Ambatiṭṭha as in the Jaṭila’s hermitage in the village dwelt a mighty Nāga. While the Buddha was yet in Bhaddavatikā the Elder Sāgata…

andhakavinda →

dppn

…Rājagaha. Between it and Rājagaha is the river Sappinī, which rises in the Gijjhakūṭa. Vin.i.109 Once the Buddha went from Benares to…

andhavana →

dppn

…Soma, Kisāgotamī, Vijayā, Uppalavaṇṇā, Cālā, Upacālā, Sisūpacālā, Selā, Vajirā. Snp5

Once when Anuruddha was staying there…

anejakā →

dppn

A class of devas mentioned as having been present on the occasion of the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.160

annabhāra →

dppn

…who lived in the Paribbājakārāma on the banks of the River Sappinī near Rājagaha. He is mentioned as staying with the well-known…

anugāra →

dppn

…as living in the Paribbājakārāma in the Moranivāpa in Veḷuvana near Rājagaha. He was probably one of the company who was with Sakuludāyi…

anupiya →

dppn

…the park where the paribbājaka of the Bhaggavagotta lived. The Buddha visited him once while staying at Anupiya and it was then that he preached…

anāthapiṇḍika →

dppn

…seṭṭhi, the Mayor of Rājagaha and King Bimbisāra asked to be allowed to help. After the meal, which he served to the Buddha with his own…

arati →

dppn

…he sat at the foot of the Ajapala banyan tree, and danced and sang before him. In the end the Buddha told them that he was beyond temptation by…

araññakuṭikā →

dppn

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

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asibandhakaputta →

dppn

…said to be a disciple of the Jains, and tells the Buddha that, according to Nigaṇṭha Nāṭaputta SN.iv.317 as a man habitually lives so goes he…

asoka →

dppn

…at Ñātikā in the Giñjakāvasatha, Ānanda mentions to the Buddha that Asoka Thera had died, and asks where he had gone. The Buddha tells…

asokā →

dppn

…at Ñātikā in the Giñjakāvasatha, and inquires where she had been born, the Buddha says that she had been reborn spontaneously in the…

assaji →

dppn

…in Kassapārāma near Rājagaha. He tells the Buddha that he cannot enter into jhāna because of his difficulty in breathing and that he…

assajipunabbasukā →

dppn

…to carry out the Pabbājanīyakamma (Act of Banishment) against them. The deputation of the Saṅgha went to Kīṭāgiri and made an order…

assaka →

dppn

…countries given in the Janavasabha Sutta. The capital of Assaka, was called Potana. DN.ii.235 The Assakas had settlements on the Godāvarī,…

asura →

dppn

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

asurindakabhāradvāja →

dppn

AsurindakabhāradvājaAsurindakaBhāradvāja

A brahmin, one of three brothers who had conversations with the Buddha and were converted. SN.i.163f.

avanti →

dppn

…Dhammapāla

  • Abhayarājakumāra
  • Isidatta and Isidāsī

Mahā Kaccāna seems to have spent a good deal of his time in Avanti, dwelling in…

avīci →

dppn

…which will occur in Jambudīpa in a future age. Houses will be so close that a cock could fly from any one to the next, and one would think…

ayujjhā →

dppn

…rather, on the Sarayū, adjacent to or an alternative name for Sāketa. However, in the Pali texts gaṅgā is sometimes used for any river,…

añjanavana →

dppn

…the Sāketa Sutta and the Jarā Sutta.

When Ānanda was staying there a nun of the Jaṭila persuasion visited him and questioned him on the use…

añjanāvaniya →

dppn

He dwelt in the Añjanavana in a small hut, and there he became Awakened. Thag.55

aṅga →

dppn

…Avantī, Gandhāra, and Kamboja. AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 AN.iv.256 AN.iv.260 DN.ii.200

It was to the east of Māgadha, from which it was separated by…

aṅgaṇikabhāradvāja →

dppn

AṅgaṇikabhāradvājaAṅgaṇikaBhāradvāja

A brahmin fire-worshipper who practiced asceticism to gain immortality. Later he practiced…

aṅgulimāla →

dppn

AṅgulimālaAhiṃsakaGaggaMantāniputta

A robber and murderer who was converted by the Buddha in the twentieth year of his ministry, and who later became an arahant. MN86

As a result of his deeds whole …

aṅguttarāpa →

dppn

…Buddha was staying when the Jaṭila Keṇiya came to see him; here also was preached the Sela Sutta. Snp.102f. From Bhaddiya (in Aṅga) the…

aṅgīrasi →

dppn

…Yamataggi, Bhāradvāja, Vāseṭṭha, Kassapa and Bhagu. The list occurs in several places. Vin.i.245 AN.iii.224 MN.ii.169 MN.ii.200

The…

aṭṭhaka →

dppn

…Aṅgīrasa, Bhāradvāja, Vāseṭṭha and Bhagu), Vin.i.245 DN.i.104 as the ancient sages of the brahmins. They abstained from food at…

bahudhīti →

dppn

A brahmin of the Bhāradvājagotta who had seven widowed daughters and was much in debt. One day he lost fourteen oxen, and, after searching for them…

bahuputtakanigrodha →

dppn

…days later Mahā Kassapa became an arahant. This was on the road from Rājagaha to Nāḷandā. SN.ii.220

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belaṭṭhakaccāna →

dppn

…way from Andhakkavinda to Rājagaha he met the Buddha seated at the foot of a tree, and, with his permission, presented a pot of sugar to the monks….

bhaddiya →

dppn

…a family of the Sākyan rājas of Kapilavatthu and entered the Order in the Anupiya Mango grove with Anuruddha and the others, soon afterwards…

bhaggava →

dppn

A potter in Rājagaha in whose dwelling the Buddha met and conversed with Pukkusāti. MN.iii.237

Bhaggava seems to have been a generic name for all…

bhaggā →

dppn

…there. Vin.v.145

Bodhirājakumāra, son of Udena of Kosambi, lived there, apparently as his father’s viceroy, in which case the Bhaggā were…

bhagu →

dppn

Bhagu1

A famous sage of old. Vin.i.245 DN.i.104 DN.i.238 DN.i.243 MN.ii.169 MN.ii.200 AN.iii.224 AN.iv.61

Bhagu2

He was born in a Sākiyan family, and having left the world wit …

bhaṇḍu →

dppn

…for disputing with Abhiñjaka, colleague of Anuruddha. The Buddha sent for the disputants and rebuked them for their contentiousness. They…

bhesakalāvana →

dppn

…was molested by Māra and he preached the Māratajjanīya Sutta. MN.i.332

bhoganagara →

dppn

…was one of the places passed by Bāvari’s pupils on their way to Rājagaha. It lay between Pāvā and Vesāli….

bhojaputta →

dppn

…for a resident of the Bhoja country, modern Vidarbha.

In the Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.i.6f. the devaputta Rohitassa says that he was a…

bhummaja →

dppn

One of the Chabbaggiyā. His followers were called Bhummajakā.

bhuñjatī →

dppn

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

bhāradvāja →

dppn

…viz., Ahiṃsaka Bhāradvāja, Jaṭā Bhāradvāja and Suddhika Bhāradvāja; Aggika Bhāradvāja joined the Order at Veḷuvana, Sundarika…

bhūmija →

dppn

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

bilaṅgika →

dppn

BilaṅgikaBhāradvāja

One of the Bhāradvāja brothers. On hearing that the eldest of the clan had entered the Order, he went to the Buddha, and,…

bimbisāra →

dppn

…The Buddha returned to Rājagaha immediately after his conversion of the Tebhātika Jaṭilā. He stayed at the Supatiṭṭha cetiya in…

bodhi →

dppn

…recorded in the Bodhirājakumāra Sutta.

Bodhi was the son of Udena, king of Kosambi, and his mother was the daughter of Candappajjota. Bodhi…

brahmadatta →

dppn

…When Mahāgovinda divided Jambudīpa into seven equal portions for Reṇu and his six friends, Brahmadatta was given the kingdom, of the Assakas,…

buddha →

dppn

…on the banks of the Nerañjarā. After an initial hesitation he decided to teach the Dhamma he had found, and he did so for the next 45 years,…

bārānasī →

dppn

…the road from Benares to Rājagaha was Andhakavinda Vin.i.220. There seems to have been friendly intercourse between the chieftains of Benares and…

bāvarī →

dppn

…Udaya, Posāla, Mogharāja and Piṅgiya to Sāvatthī to see the Buddha and to find out if his claims to Buddha-hood were justified. The…

bījaka →

dppn

…The son was called Bījaka, and so Sudinna came to be called Bījakapitā and the mother Bījakamātā. Both Bījaka and his mother later left the…

candanaṅgalika →

dppn

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

cañcalikappa →

dppn

CañcalikappaCaṇḍalakappa

A locality in Kosala; it was the residence of Dhānañjāni and of Saṅgārava. The Buddha once paid a visit there and stayed in the Todeyya-ambavana. Saṅgārava went to see him, …

caṅkī →

dppn

A great brahmin, contemporary of the Buddha, reputed for his great learning and highly esteemed in brahmin gatherings—e.g., at Icchānaṅgala Snp.p.115 and at Manasākaṭa. DN.i.235

He is mentioned toget …

caṇḍappajjota →

dppn

…temper.

Once, when ill with jaundice, he asked Bimbisāra to lend him the services of Jīvaka, as no other doctor could cure him. The cure for the…

cetiya →

dppn

…Vin.i.300f. The Janavasabha Sutta DN.ii.200 leads us to infer that the Buddha visited the Ceti country several times. The Saṃyutta…

chabbaggiyā →

dppn

…Lohitaka, Mettiya and Bhummaja hence their name.

There were also nuns in their following, who likewise violated the Vinaya rules in various ways….

codanāvatthu →

dppn

A valley (?) near Rājagaha, visited by the Buddha in the course of his wanderings. Here he laid down a rule, allowing monks to recite the…

cunda →

dppn

…the Kalandakanivāpa in Rājagaha, just before Channa’s suicide. Once, when the Buddha lay ill in the Kalandakanivāpa, Cunda visited him and…

cālikā →

dppn

…Cālikā was the village of Jantu where Meghiya went for alms. In the neighbourhood was the river Kimikālā, on whose banks was a mango grove….

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 guardians of the four quarters: Dhataraṭṭha of the East, Virūḷh …

cūḷajālī →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a list of these. MN.iii.70

dabbamallaputta →

dppn

…Dabba to the Mettiya-Bhummajakā at the house of a rich man, who, discovering their identity, gave orders that they were to be fed anyhow. The…

dakkhiṇāgiri →

dppn

…converted Kasī-Bhāradvāja and Dhammasava and his father. On another of these occasions the Buddha saw the Magadhakhetta, which gave him the…

dakkhiṇāpatha →

dppn

…be synonymous with Dakkhinajanapada and says that it was the district (janapada) south of the Ganges (Gangaya dakkhinato pakatajanapadam).

It is…

devadatta →

dppn

…as having gone about Rājagaha singing Devadatta’s praises. Vin.ii.189 Devadatta was later suspected of evil wishes. SN.ii.156 About eight…

devakatasobbha →

dppn

A pool near Kosambī. Close by was the Pilakkhaguhā and the Paribbājakārāma, where Ānanda once visited Sandaka and held a discussion with him. MN.i.513

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dhammadinnā →

dppn

…upstream. Thig.12 In Rājagaha her former husband Visakha asked her a series of profound questions on the Dhamma. The questions and answers are…

dāsaka →

dppn

…fro till he had walked up and down over two yojanas.

dīghajāṇu →

dppn

…this discourse the Buddha addresses him as Byagghapajja. AN.iv.281ff.

dūsī →

dppn

…was born in the Mahā Niraya. The story is given in the Māratajjanīya Sutta MN.i.333ff. Thag.1187–1191

ekanāḷā →

dppn

…to the south of Rājagaha. Once, during the eleventh year of his ministry, the Buddha visited the village and preached to…

ekapuṇḍarīka →

dppn

…this occasion that the Tevijja-Vacchagotta Sutta was preached. MN.i.481f.

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eḷeyya →

dppn

A rājā, probably of Māgadha. He was a devout follower of Uddaka-Rāmaputta. In his retinue were Yamaka, Moggalla, Ugga, Nāvindakī, Gandhabba, and Aggivessa, all of whom were also followers of the same …

gajaṅgala →

dppn

GajaṅgalaKajaṅgalaKajaṅgalā

A township which formed the eastern boundary of the Middle Country. Beyond it was Mahāsālā. Vin.i.197 Once…

gandhabbā →

dppn

…Cittasena, Naḷa and Janesabha.

The Gandhabbas are sometimes described as going through the air. AN.ii.39 In the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta…

gandhāra →

dppn

…in Gandhāra. DN.ii.167

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gandhāravijjā →

dppn

GandhāravijjāGandhārīvijjā

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

gayāsīsa →

dppn

…like an elephant’s head (gaja-sīsa-sadisa-piṭṭhipāsāṇa). There was room on the rock for one thousand monks.

The hill stands about one…

gijjhakūṭa →

dppn

…which lived various Paribbājakas, including Sarabha, AN.i.185 AN.ii.29 AN.ii.176 and the Paribbājakārāma of Udumbarika the residence of…

giraggasamajjā →

dppn

…held from time to time in Rājagaha. According to the Vinaya accounts Vin.ii.107f. Vin.ii.150 Vin.iv.85 Vin.iv.267 there were dancing, singing and…

giñjakāvasatha →

dppn

…SN.iv.90

Both in the Janavasabha Sutta and the Giñjakāvasatha Sutta, SN.v.356f. which was preached at the same place, the Buddha is…

gomatakakandarā →

dppn

…from Veḷuvana in Rājagaha. Monks coming to Rājagaha from afar were provided with lodging there, and Dabba Mallaputta was put in charge of…

gonaddha →

dppn

…to see the Buddha at Rājagaha.

Between Gonaddha and their starting place lay Patitthāna, Māhissati and Ujjeni, and the next stopping…

gosiṅgasālavanadāya →

dppn

…Buddha, who came from Giñjakāvasatha. The result of the visit was the preaching of the Cūḷagosiṅga Sutta. MN.i.205f. On another…

hatthāroha →

dppn

A headman of Rājagaha who visited the Buddha and asked him what destiny awaited him after death. The Buddha reluctantly replied that he would be…

himavā →

dppn

HimavāHimācalaHimavantaHimālaya

The Himālaya mountains. In Himavā, are seven great lakes, each fifty leagues in length, breadth and depth—Anotattā, Kaṇṇamuṇḍā, Rathakāra, Chaddantā, Kuṇālā, Mandākinī …

huhuṅka →

dppn

…visited the Buddha at the Ajapālanigrodha seven days after his Enlightenment and asked him questions regarding the true brahmin. The Buddha…

hāragajā →

dppn

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

hārika →

dppn

…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…

iccānaṅgala →

dppn

…Vāseṭṭha and Bhāradvāja at Icchānaṅkala, who, finding it impossible to bring their discussion to a conclusion, sought the Buddha, then…

inda →

dppn

Inda1

Given in the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta as the name of the ninety-one sons of Dhataraṭṭha, king of the Gandhabbas. They are represented as being of great strength and followers of the Buddha. …

indakūṭa →

dppn

A peak near Rājagaha, the abode of the yakkha Indaka. The Buddha once lived there. SN.i.206

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indapatta →

dppn

…Cyp.i.3, Cyp.v.1, Dhananjaya Koravya, is mentioned as its king and as the owner of Anjanavasabha, the elephant of wondrous power.

The town was…

indasālaguhā →

dppn

…brahmin village, east of Rājagaha. Once, when the Buddha was staying there, Sakka visited him and asked him the questions recorded in the…

isigili →

dppn

…he sang the praises of Rājagaha, giving Ānanda a chance, if he so desired, of asking him to live on for a kappa; but Ānanda did not take his…

isipatana →

dppn

…having gone there from Rājagaha, he instituted rules forbidding the use of certain kinds of flesh, including human flesh. Vin.i.216ff. Twice,…

jambudīpa →

dppn

…On account of this tree, Jambudīpa is also known as Jambusanda. Snp.552

At the time of Metteyya Buddha’s appearance on earth Jambudīpa will…

jambugāma →

dppn

A village which the Buddha visited during his last tour. It lay between Ambagāma and Bhoganagara. DN.ii.194

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jambugāmika →

dppn

JambugāmikaJambugāmiya

A monk whose Theragāthā verse asks whether he is intent on adornments or virtue. Thag.28

jambuka →

dppn

Jambuka

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how he practiced severe austerities for 55 year before going for refuge in the Buddha and…

jambukhādaka →

dppn

A wanderer. The Saṃyutta Nikāya records visits paid by him to Sāriputta at Nālakagāma and discussions between them on various topics, such as nibbāna, arahantship, the āsavas, sakkāya, ignorance, th …

janapadakalyāṇī →

dppn

An epithet meaning the most beautiful woman in the land. It was used for the former wife of Nanda, the memory of whose beauty tormented him while he was a monk. Ud.iii.2

janesabha →

dppn

…in time of need.

He is probably identical with Janavasabha.

janogha →

dppn

A city in Uttarakuru, Kuvera’s kingdom. DN.iii.20

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jantu →

dppn

A devaputta. He saw a number of monks in a forest-lodge on the slopes of the Himālaya, muddled in mind, loose of speech and heedless. He appeared before them on an uposatha day and reminded them of …

jantugāma →

dppn

…its banks. Meghiya, while staying with the Buddha at Cālikā, once went to Jantugāma for alms. AN.iv.354 Ud.iv.1

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jatilagāhī →

dppn

…came to see him at the Añjanavana in Sāketā. The nun asked him for what purpose the Buddha requested that samādhi should be practised and…

jatukaṇṇī →

dppn

JatukaṇṇīJatukannika

One of Bāvarī’s disciples. His question and the Buddha’s answer are found in the Jatukaṇṇi Sutta Snp.1007…

javakannaka →

dppn

A family name, not considered of high social standing. Vin.iv.8 Vin.iv.13

jayanta →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

jayasena →

dppn

…at the end of the exposition Jayasena declared that he was unable to agree with it.

When this was reported to the Buddha he said that Jayasena,…

jaṭila →

dppn

A class of brahmanical ascetics, so called on account of their matted hair.

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….

jotika →

dppn

A householder of Rājagaha and father of Dīghāvu. When Dīghāvu fell ill he sent Jotika to tell the Buddha. SN.v.344f.

jāli →

dppn

JāliJāḷi

The name of two Pacceka Buddhas, occurring in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

jālina →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

jālinī →

dppn

A goddess of Tāvatiṃsā, a former wife of Anuruddha. Once seeing him old and feeble, she appeared before him in Kosala and bade him aspire to rebirth among the gods. Anuruddha told her there would be n …

jāliya →

dppn

…to the Tindukkhāna-paribbājakārāma and tried to get Pātikaputta to come. But the latter was unable to come, being fixed in his seat. Jāliya…

jātiyāvana →

dppn

A grove near Bhaddiya. The Buddha, when once staying there, laid down a rule about the use of slippers by monks. Vin.i.189f. There the banker Meṇḍaka visited him and provided meals for him and the m …

jāṇussoṇi →

dppn

A great brahmin, ranking with eminent brahmins such as Caṅkī, Tārukkha, Pokkharasāti and Todeyya. Snp.p.115 He is mentioned as staying in Icchānaṅgala, MN.ii.196 where he evidently took part in the pe …

jīvakambavana →

dppn

A mango-grove in Rājagaha, belonging to Jīvaka, which he made over to the Buddha and his monks. He built a monastery in the grove, and there the…

kajangala →

dppn

…in the Veḷuvana at Kajangala, the lay followers there heard a sermon from the Buddha and went to the nun Kajaṅgalā to have it explained…

kajaṅgalā →

dppn

A nun who lived in Kajangala. Once when the Buddha was residing in the Veḷuvana there, the inhabitants of the village went to her and asked her to…

kakkarapatta →

dppn

A township of the Koliyans. It was while the Buddha was staying there that the Koliyan Dīghajāṇu came to see him. AN.iv.281

27.51557,83.773493town

kakudha →

dppn

…visited the Buddha at the Añjanavana in Sāketa, and asked him whether he experienced feelings of pleasure and sorrow. The Buddha replied that he…

kakusandha →

dppn

…personal attendant was Buddhija. Accuta and Samaṇa, Nandā and Sunandā were his most eminent lay-supporters. DN.ii.7 In Kakusandha’s time a…

kamboja →

dppn

KambojaKambojjaKambujaKambujjaKambojaka

One of the sixteen Great Nations which, with Gandhāra, belonged, not to the Majjhimadesa but, evidently, to…

kammāsadhamma →

dppn

…a brahmin of the Bhāradvāja-gotta, where a grass mat was spread for him by the brahmin. It was on this occasion, according to the…

kannakujja →

dppn

…road passing through Kannakujja, Udumbara, and Aggalapura Vin.ii.299.

According to Hiouen Thsang, the distance from Sankassa to Kannakujja was two…

kapilavatthu →

dppn

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

kapotakandara →

dppn

A grotto, probably near Rājagaha. On one occasion Sāriputta, having recently shaved his head, was seated there wrapt in samādhi, and a yakkha,…

kassapagotta →

dppn

…sought the Buddha at Rājagaha, begged forgiveness for his thoughtlessness. The Buddha praised him for having seen his transgression, and for…

kassapakārāma →

dppn

…monastery in Rājagaha, probably near Veḷuvana. It was here that Assaji stayed during his last illness, when the Buddha visited him…

kasībhāradvāja →

dppn

A brahmin of the Bhāradvāja clan, living at Ekanālā, in Dakkhiṇāgiri, and so called on account of his profession of agriculture. On the day of…

kaḷārajanaka →

dppn

King of Mithilā. He was the son of Nimi and belonged to the Makhādeva dynasty. Whereas other kings of his race left the household at the approach of old age, he broke the tradition by not doing so. He …

kaṇṇakujja →

dppn

…route passing through Verañja, Soreyya, Saṅkassa, Kaṇṇakujja, Payāgatiṭṭha, here crossing the river to Benares. Vin.iii.11 It may have…

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 …

kimbila →

dppn

…of which, Dīgha Parajana Yakkha sang the praises of all three. MN.i.205ff. Their number was increased by the presence of Bhagu,…

kokanada →

dppn

The palace of Bodhirājakumāra, to which he invited the Buddha and the monks to a meal when the Buddha was staying at Bhesakalāvana; the palace was…

kokanuda →

dppn

KokanudaKokanada

A Paribbājaka. He meets Ānanda on the banks of the Tapodā, where they are both bathing, and enters into conversation with him….

korabya →

dppn

KorabyaKoravyaKorabba

Perhaps the generic name given to the king of the Kurūs. The Aṅguttara Nikāya AN.iii.369f. mentions a king Koravya who owned a large banyan tree named Suppatiṭṭha. According t …

korakkhatta →

dppn

…prophesied that Korakkhatta would, in seven days, die of epilepsy and be born among the Kālakañjakas. The prophecy proved true, and Sunakkhatta…

kosala →

dppn

…Kāsi-Kosala; Pasenadi was king of Kāsi-Kosala. AN.v.59

27.517073, 82.0506191janapadaKosala2

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a…

kosambī →

dppn

…Anupiya and Kosambī to Rājagaha. Vin.ii.184f. In the Sutta Nipāta Snp.1010–1013 the whole route is given from Mahissati to Rājagaha,…

koḷiyā →

dppn

…Pāṭaliya;. SN.iv.340 Sajjanela, residence of Suppavāsā;. AN.ii.62 Sāpūga, where Ānanda once stayed;. AN.ii.194 Kakkarapatta, where lived…

koṇāgamana →

dppn

…His attendant was Sotthija, his father was Yaññadatta, his mother was Uttarā, and the king at the time was Sobha, who dwelt in the capital…

kumbhīra →

dppn

…a train of over one hundred thousand….

kumārakassapa →

dppn

…that also exists in a Jain version.

Kassapa’s upasampadā took place in his twentieth year. A doubt arose as to whether this was valid…

kuru →

dppn

…Sutta, the Anañjasappāya Sutta, the Sammosa Sutta and the Ariyavasā Sutta. All these were preached at Kammāssadhamma, which is…

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 houses in the midst of the jungle,” and Ānanda was, at first …

kuvera →

dppn

…Tatotalā, Ojasi, Tejasi, Tatojasī, Sūra, Rāja, Ariṭṭha and Nemi. His lotus-lake is called Dharaṇī. His sons are all called…

kuṇḍaliya →

dppn

A Paribbājaka who visits the Buddha at the Añjanavana in Sāketa. He asks the Buddha what profit comes from the Buddha’s way of living.

The…

kālakañjakā →

dppn

A class of Asuras. They were present at the Mahāsamaya, and are spoken of as being of a fearsome shape. DN.ii.259 They are the very lowest of the Asura groups, and the Buddha warns Sunakkhatta that Ko …

kāliṅga →

dppn

…in Ñātika, at the Giñjakāvasatha, the Buddha tells Ānanda that Kālinga was reborn after death in the Suddhavāsā, and that there he…

kāpathika →

dppn

…In the Sutta the Buddha addresses Kāpathika as Bhāradvāja, perhaps because he belonged to that gotta.

kāsi →

dppn

…went through Kāsi to Rājagaha Vin.i.212 and another to Sāvatthī. Vin.ii.10 Kāsi was famed for her silks, and Kāsi-robes were most highly…

kāḷasilā →

dppn

…monks came from afar to Rājagaha they would ask Dabba Mallaputta to find them lodgings there because they wished to see evidence of Dabba’s…

kūṭāgārasālā →

dppn

…AN.iv.79 AN.iv.179ff. the Jaina Saccaka, whom the Buddha won only after much argumentation, as described in the Cūḷa- and the Mahā-Saccaka…

lakkhaṇa →

dppn

…they were going down to Rājagaha for alms, Lakkhaṇa noticed that at a certain spot Moggallāna smiled; on asking him why, he was told to wait…

laṭṭhivana →

dppn

…during his first visit to Rājagaha from Gayāsīsa, after the Enlightenment. There Bimbisāra visited him with twelve nahutas of followers, and…

licchavī →

dppn

…was also a stronghold of the Jains. The Buddha visited Vesāli at least three times, and is frequently mentioned as staying in Kūṭāgārasālā…

lumbineyya →

dppn

…was born in a village of the Sākyans, in the Lumbineyya Janapada.

27.46716, 83.274911park

macchā →

dppn

…and to the south of Sūrasena.

27.45, 76.181janapada

maddakucchi →

dppn

A park near Rājagaha, at the foot of Gijjhakūṭa. It was a preserve where deer and game could dwell in safety. When Devadatta, wishing to kill the…

madhurā →

dppn

…from Madhurā to Verañja and stopped under a tree by the wayside, a large number of householders, both men and women, came and worshipped…

mahisavatthu →

dppn

A place on the Saṅkheyya Mountain where Uttara is said to have stayed, in Dhavajālika vihāra. AN.iv.162

on the Saṅkheyya Mountain in Dhavajālika vihāra.3monastery

mahājanapadā →

dppn

…mention the sixteen Mahājanapadas or Great Nations, which existed in the time of the Buddha. AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 AN.iv.256 AN.iv.260 They are…

mahājāli →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a list of names. MN.iii.70

mahākaccāyana →

dppn

…Madhurā; AN.i.67 MN.ii.83 and at Tapodā in Rājagaha.

mahāmoggallāna →

dppn

…attempt to persuade Sañjaya to accompany them. Sañjaya’s disciples, however, five hundred in number, agreed to go, and they all arrived at…

mahānāma →

dppn

Mahānāma1

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

mahāpajāpatī →

dppn

Mahāpajāpatī GotamīPajāpatī

An eminent bhikkhunī and the step-mother of the Buddha. She raised the Buddha as her own child after the death of his mother.

She is chiefly remembered as the first bhik …

mahāpurisa →

dppn

…he has a lion’s jaws; 23. has forty teeth, which are; 24. regular; 25. continuous; 26. and lustrous; 27. his tongue is long; 28. his…

makhādeva →

dppn

…continued, the last being King Nimi. But his son Kaḷārajanaka did not continue the good tradition.

mallikā →

dppn

…but secretly sends Nāḷijaṅgha to find out from the Buddha himself if he had said so and why. Having learnt the facts, she faces Pasenadi…

mallā →

dppn

…a wide tract of forest.

26.739416,83.8900411janapada

manasākaṭa →

dppn

…to the north of the village, and, during one such stay, preached the Tevijja Sutta. DN.i.235

in Kosala on the banks of the Aciravatī3town

manujā →

dppn

An eminent upāsikā mentioned in a list. AN.iv.347

meghiya →

dppn

…at Cālikā, Meghiya went to Jantugāma for alms, and, on his return, was much attracted by a mango grove on the banks of the river Kimikālā. He…

mettiyabhummajakā →

dppn

…the turn of the Mettiyabhummajakā to receive his hospitality, he was much displeased, and ordered his female slave to look after them. The monks…

mettiyā →

dppn

…She was expelled from the Order for this…

migajāla →

dppn

Migajāla

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak in praise of the eightfold path. Thag.417–422

The Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.iv.35f. contains two discussions which he had with the Buddha; the second was a t …

mithilā →

dppn

…is generally identified with Janakapura, a small town within the Nepal border, north of which the Mazaffarpur and Darbhanga districts…

mogharāja →

dppn

…Saṃyutta Nikāya contains a stanza spoken by Mogharāja and the Buddha’s answer thereto. SN.i.23

moranivāpa →

dppn

A grove in Veḷuvana at Rājagaha. It contained a Paribbājakārāma, the resort of recluses of various denominations. The Udumbarika Sīhanāda,…

moḷiyasīvaka →

dppn

A Paribbājaka. He once visited the Buddha at Veḷuvana and questioned him regarding predestination. The Buddha explains to him that suffering…

mucalinda →

dppn

…tree near the Ajapālanigrodha in Uruvelā. The Buddha spent there the third week after the Enlightenment. There was a great shower of…

mukheluvana →

dppn

A grove in Kajaṅgalā. It was there that the Buddha preached the Indriyabhāvanā Sutta. MN.iii.298

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muṇḍa →

dppn

A king of Māgadha, great grandson of Ajātasattu and son of Anuruddha. It is probably this same king who is referred to in the Aṅguttara Nikāya. AN.iii.57ff. His wife Bhaddā died, and Muṇḍa gave hims …

māgadha →

dppn

…and had its capital at Rājagaha or Giribbaja where Bimbisāra, and after him Ajātasattu, reigned. Later, Pāṭaliputta became the capital. By…

māgaṇḍiya →

dppn

…hut of the brahmin Bhāradvājaggotta at Kammāsadamma and Māgaṇḍiya came to the hut. Seeing the grass mat on which the Buddha slept at night,…

mānadinna →

dppn

A householder of Rājagaha. When he lay ill he was visited by Ānanda, to whom he confessed that even in his illness he practiced the four…

māra →

dppn

…Kisāgotamī, Somā, Vijayā, Uppalavantnā, Cālā, Upacālā, Sisūpacālā, Selā, Vajirā and Khemā.

Mention is made, especially in the…

nadīkassapa →

dppn

…on the bank of the Nerañjara at the head of three hundred ascetics. His Thergāthā verses speak of how his former wrong views and practices…

nandiya →

dppn

…Paribbājaka who visits the Buddha at Jetavana and asks him the conditions for the attainment of nibbana. The Buddha teaches…

navakammika bhāradvāja →

dppn

Navakammika Bhāradvāja

One of the Bhāradvājas. Once, when the Buddha was staying in a forest in Kosala, Navakammika, who was there seeing about…

naḷerupucimanda →

dppn

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

nerañjarāya →

dppn

NerañjarāyaNerañjara

A river. After the Enlightenment, the Buddha lived under the Ajapāla Nigrodha at Uruvelā, on the banks of this river….

nigaṇṭha nāṭaputta →

dppn

…SN.iv.317ff. and Abhayarājakumāra. MN.i.392ff. Nāṭaputta tries, without success, to dissuade Sīha, general of the Licchavis, from…

nigrodha →

dppn

…the Udumbarikārāma near Rājagaha, Sandhāna, on his way to see the Buddha, stopped him and entered into conversation. The Buddha, by his divine…

nigrodhārāma →

dppn

…grove in Rājagaha. The Buddha says that there he once gave Ānanda the chance of asking him to live for a whole aeon, but Ānanda…

nādikā →

dppn

…Hatthigāma, Ambagāma, Jambugāma, Bhoganagara, Pāvā, and the Kakuttha River, beyond which lay the Mango grove and the Sāla grove of the…

nāga →

dppn

…families of Nāgas (Ahirājakulāni): Virūpakkha, Erāpatha, Chabyāputta and Kaṇhāgotamaka. The enmity between the Nāgas and the Garulas…

nālāgiri →

dppn

…of the royal stalls at Rājagaha. Devadatta, after several vain attempts to kill the Buddha, obtained Ajātasattu’s consent to use Nālagiri as…

nāḷandā →

dppn

…The road from Rājagaha to Nāḷandā passed through Ambalaṭṭhikā, DN.ii.81 Vin.ii.287 and from Nāḷandā it went on to…

nāḷijaṅgha →

dppn

A brahmin, whom Mallikā sent to the Buddha to find out if it were true that the Buddha had said that loved ones brought morrow and tribulation. MN.ii.108

ojasi →

dppn

Servant of Kuvera. He takes Kuvera’s messages and makes them known in Uttarakuru. DN.iii.201

paccantajanapadā →

dppn

…and in the north, Usīraddhaja mountain. Vin.i.197

The Vinaya rules were relaxed in the case of those who lived in the Paccantajanapadā.

outside…

pahārāda →

dppn

…Nalerupucimaṇḍa in Verañja he visited the Buddha. In answer to a question, Pahārāda tells the Buddha that there are eight wonderful…

pajjanika →

dppn

PajjanikaSajjanela

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

pajjunna →

dppn

A devarāja, the god of rain. Kokanadā and Culla Kokanadā were his daughters. SN.i.29f.

Pajjunna is mentioned among the Mahāyakkhas to be…

pajāpati →

dppn

One of the kings of the devas, mentioned with Sakka, Varuṇa, Isāna, etc. MN.i.2 SN.i.219 DN.i.244 DN.ii.274

He is sometimes mentioned with Brahmā, as distinct from him. MN.i.140 MN.i.327 MN.i.329

In …

pakudha →

dppn

PakudhaPakudaKakudhaKakudaPakudha KaccāyanaPakudha KātiyānaKakudha KaccāyanaKakudha Kātiyāna

Head of one of the six heretical sects of the Buddha’s time. In the Sāmaññaphala Sutta, DN.i.56 Ajātasattu …

paribbājakā →

dppn

…who were Paribbājakas under Sañjaya. The goal of the Paribbājakas was deathlessness which, to them, probably meant birth in the world…

payāga →

dppn

…the direct route from Verañja to Benares, the road passing through Soreyya, Saṅkassa and Kaṇṇakujja, and crossing the Ganges at Payāga….

pañcakaṅga →

dppn

…he had had with the Paribbājaka Uggāhamāna Samanamandikāputta, and the Buddha preached to him the Samaṇamaṇḍikā Sutta….

pañcāla →

dppn

PañcālaPañcālajanapadaPañcālaraṭṭhaPañcālā

One of the sixteen Great Nations. AN.i.213 AN.iv.252

Pañcāla was to the east of the Kuru…

paṇḍava →

dppn

A hill near Rājagaha. Thag.41 Thag.1167 It seems formerly to have borne another name. MN.iii.68

near Rājagaha3hill

paṇḍuputta →

dppn

…day, when begging alms in Rājagaha, he came to the house of Samīti, the wagon builder who was shaping a felloe. Standing by was Paṇḍuputta,…

paṭiyāloka →

dppn

PaṭiyālokaPatiyāloka

A place near Rājagaha. Vin.iv.79 Vin.iv.131

near Rājagaha3town

pilotika →

dppn

A wanderer. Jāṇussoṇi once met him returning from Jetavana, where he had gone early to wait on the Buddha. Pilotika, on being questioned, spoke very highly of the Buddha. It is this conversation which …

pippaliguhā →

dppn

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

piyañjaha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of going against what everyone else does. Thag.76

piṇḍola →

dppn

…arahant who announced before the Buddha his readiness to answer the questions of any doubting monks, thus…

potaliputta →

dppn

…at the Vejuvana in Rājagaha and said that he had heard the Buddha declare that all action and speech were vain, and that what passed in the…

pukkusāti →

dppn

…Bhaggava, the potter, in Rājagaha. Pukkusāti was already occupying the guest room of the house, and the Buddha asked to be allowed to share it,…

punnaji →

dppn

One of the four friends of Yasa who, on hearing of his ordination by the Buddha, visited him and were taken to the Buddha. The Buddha talked to them and they became arahants. They were among the first …

purāṇa →

dppn

…said that when he visited Rājagaha after the holding of the First Council, he was asked to give his approval to the “findings” of the same. His…

pācīnavaṃsa →

dppn

…grove in the village of Jantugāma, refusing to go any farther. AN.iv.163

Anuruddha, Nandiya and Kimbila were living there during the time of…

pāsāṇakacetiya →

dppn

A shrine near Rājagaha, where the disciples of Bāvarī met and questioned the Buddha. Snp.1013

25.04641, 85.411143shrine

pātaligāma →

dppn

…of government there. The Jains maintain that it was Udāyi, son of Ajātasattu Vin. Texts ii.102, n. 1. The latter tradition is probably correct…

pātikaputta →

dppn

…to the Tindukhānuparibbājakārāma. A message was sent to him asking him to come as the Buddha was at his hermitage, but Pātikaputta was…

pāvā →

dppn

…Buddha having stayed at the Ajakapālaka cetiya in Pāvā.

After the Buddha’s death, the Mallas of Pāvā claimed a share in his relics. Doṇa…

revata →

dppn

…Saṅkassa, Kaṇṇakujja, Udumbara and Aggalapura, reached Sahajāti. There the monks met him and consulted him regarding the “Ten…

rohitassā →

dppn

…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

Rojā1

A Malla, inhabitant of Kusinārā. When the Buddha and Ānanda visited Kusinārā, the Malla chieftains decreed that whoever failed to pay homage to the Buddha would be fined five hundred …

rājadatta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how, when he saw a woman’s rotting corpse in the cemtery, at first lust arose, then he mindfully overcame his defilements. Thag.315–319

rājagaha →

dppn

…another peak near Rājagaha—Indakūta.

Rājagaha was closely associated with the Buddha’s work. He visited it soon after the…

rājā →

dppn

A Yakkha, one of the messengers of Kuvera. DN.iii.201

rājāyatana →

dppn

The name of a tree, at the foot of which the Buddha received a gift of wheat and honey from the merchants Tapassu and Bhallika in the eighth week after the Enlightenment. Vin.i.3f.

Uruvelā3shrine

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.

sabbakāma →

dppn

…appointed to examine the points in dispute and decided against the Vajjaputtakas, giving his reasons point by point. Vin.ii.303ff.

sahajāti →

dppn

…Saṅkassa, Kaṇṇakujja, Udumbara and Aggalapura. Sahajāti was on the river, and the Vajjiputtakas went there from Vesāli by boat….

sahampati →

dppn

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

sakka →

dppn

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

sakkhara →

dppn

…the Sākyans where the Buddha once stayed with Ānanda. SN.v.2 It was not far from Rājagaha and was the residence of Macchariya Kosiya.

Sākya,…

sakuladāyī →

dppn

…the Buddha in the Paribbājakārāma at Moranivāpa in Rājagaha.

He is also said to have been present when the Buddha visited the…

salaḷāgāra →

dppn

…wrapt in samādhi, with Bhuñjatī waiting on him. Sakka therefore left a message with her.DN.ii.270 Anuruddha is also mentioned as having stayed…

sanaṅkumāra →

dppn

…Sutta. DN.ii.261

In the Janavasabha Sutta, Janavasabha describes to the Buddha an occasion on which Sanaṅkumāra attended an assembly of the…

sandaka →

dppn

A Paribbājaka.

sandha →

dppn

…at Ñātikā in the Giñjakāvasatha, when the Buddha preached to him the Sandha Sutta. AN.v.323f.

It is, perhaps, the same monk who is…

sandhāna →

dppn

A householder of Rājagaha. He was a follower of the Buddha, and it was his conversation with the Paribbājaka Nigrodha that led to the preaching of…

sankassa →

dppn

During the Vajjiputta controversy, Revata Thera, on his way from Soreyya to Sahājāti, went through Sankassa.

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sappasoṇḍikapabbhāra →

dppn

…bite. SN.iv.40 The cave was used as a residence by monks who come to Rājagaha from afar. Vin.ii.76

in the Sītavana, near Rājagaha3cave

sarabha →

dppn

…went about proclaiming in Rājagaha that he knew the Dhamma and Vinaya of the Sakyaputta monks, and that was why he had left their Order. The…

sarabhū →

dppn

…the banks of the Sarabhū, which flowed through the Añjanavana.

Saryu1river

sattapaṇṇiguhā →

dppn

A cave in Rājagaha, on the slope of Mount Vebhāra. Once, when the Buddha was staying there, he gave to Ānanda the opportunity of asking him to…

sañjaya →

dppn

…evidently identical with Sañjaya the Paribbājaka who was the original teacher of Sāriputta and Moggallāna. Vin.i.39 It is said that when these…

sañjikāputta →

dppn

A young brahmin, friend of Bodhirājakumāra. He was sent to invite the Buddha to Bodhi’s palace, Kokanada. Vin.ii.127f. MN.ii.91

saṅgārava →

dppn

A very learned brahmin of Candalakappa. One day he saw Dhānañjānī trip up, and heard her exclaim three times, “Glory to the Buddha, the arahant, the all enlightened.” He blamed her for thus extolling …

saṅkassa →

dppn

…Saṅkassa. The road he took passed through Saṅkassa, Kaṇṇakujja, Udumbara and Aggālapura. Vin.ii.299f.

???2town

sela →

dppn

…friend of Keṇiya, the Jaṭila, and visited him when Keṇiya was making preparations to entertain the Buddha. Having heard the word…

senānigama →

dppn

…which Senānī lived. It was near Uruvelā and on the banks of the Nerañjara. SN.i.106 Vin.i.21 MN.i.166 MN.i.240

near Uruvelā1town

setabyā →

dppn

…from Sāvatthī to Rājagaha, and was the first halting place outside Sāvatthī. Beyond it were Kapilavatthu, Kusinārā, Pāvā, etc.

To…

silāvatī →

dppn

…them in the guise of a jatanduva-brahmin. SN.i.117

A story is also told of the temptation by Māra of Samiddhi when he was with the Buddha….

sippinikātīra →

dppn

…On its bank was a Paribbājakārāma where famous Paribbājakas lived in the Buddha’s time. AN.i.185 AN.ii.29 AN.ii.176…

sirivaḍḍha →

dppn

…householder of Rājagaha. When he was ill he sent word to Ānanda asking him to visit him. Ānanda, went and preached to him on the four…

soma →

dppn

A deva to whom sacrifice is offered; he is generally mentioned with Varuṇa, Pajāpati and Yama. DN.i.244 DN.ii.259

In the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta DN.iii.204 he is spoken of as a Yakkha chief.

soreyya →

dppn

A town where Soreyya-Revata lived. Vin.ii.299 There was a direct route from Verañja to Payāgatiṭṭha, passing through Soreyya, Saṅkassa and Kaṇṇakuja. Vin.iii.11

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sotthija →

dppn

SotthijaSotthiya

The constant attendant of Koṇāgamana Buddha. DN.ii.6

sovīra →

dppn

…of Sovīra, and Roruka was its capital.

Eder, Gujarat?3region

soṇa →

dppn

…fellow townsmen.

In Rājagaha he heard the Buddha preach, and, winning faith, entered the Order with his parents’ consent. The Buddha gave…

subha →

dppn

…young brahman student. He once visited the Buddha in Sāvatthī, asking him various questions. The interview is…

subhā →

dppn

…of a rich goldsmith of Rājagaha. One day she went to pay obeisance to the Buddha and he preached to her. She became a sotāpanna, and later…

sucimukhī →

dppn

…once saw Sāriputta in Rājagaha eating his meal, which he had begged from house to house, leaning against a wall. Sucimukhī asked him why he…

suddhikabhāradvāja →

dppn

SuddhikabhāradvājaSuddhikaBhāradvāja

A brahmin who visited the Buddha at Jetavana and stated that a man can be purified only by knowledge of the…

suddhodana →

dppn

A Sākiyan Rājā of Kapilavatthu and father of Gotama Buddha.

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

Nanda was Suddhodana’s son by Mahā Pajāp …

sudinna →

dppn

…was born, who was called Bījaka. When Sudinna realized what he had done he was filled with remorse, and his colleagues, discovering the reason,…

sujāta →

dppn

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

sujātā →

dppn

…was the daughter of Dhanañjayasetthi and was given in marriage to Anāthapiṇḍika’s son. She was very haughty and obstinate. One day, when…

sukkā →

dppn

…extent that a spirit went Rājagaha about praising her and exhorting others to listen to her Dhamma. Thig.54–56 SN.i.212…

sumanā →

dppn

Sumanā1Sumanārājakumārī

She was the daughter of the king of Kosala and sister of Pasenadi. She is included among the eminent…

sumāgadhā →

dppn

…distance was the Paribbājakārāma in Queen Udumbarika’s park. The Buddha was walking about in the open air near Sumāgadhā, just before he…

sunakkhatta →

dppn

…death among the Kālakañjaka Asuras within seven days. It happened as the Buddha prophesied, and the dead body of Kora declared that he was…

sundara →

dppn

A monk of Rājagaha. One day, as he walked through the street, a woman asked him to stop for a moment that she might worship him, and, raising the…

sundarika →

dppn

…one of the Bhāradvājas. Once, when he was performing Fire-rites on the banks of the Sundarikā, he looked round to see if there were…

sundarikā →

dppn

…in Kosala, reputed to be efficacious in washing away sins. MN.i.39 There Sundarika Bhāradvāja held sacrifices in honour of Agni and met the Buddha…

sundarī →

dppn

…monastery of the Paribbājakas and be seen again early in the morning coming from the direction of Jetavana. After some days, the heretics hired…

supabbā →

dppn

An upāsikā of Rājagaha. She held the view that one who offered herself for sexual intercourse gave the supreme gift. Vin.iii.39

suppabuddha →

dppn

A poor leper of Rājagaha, who, one day seated in the outer circle of people, heard the Buddha preach and became a sotāpanna. While waiting the…

suppatiṭṭha cetiya →

dppn

Suppatiṭṭha CetiyaSupatiṭṭhacetiya

A shrine near the Latthivanuyyāna in Rājagaha. Vin.i.35

near the Latthivanuyyāna3shrine

suppavāsā →

dppn

…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…

suppiya →

dppn

…Paribbājaka. He was the teacher of Brahmadatta. It was the discussion between these two, in the Ambalaṭṭhikā park,…

suppiyā →

dppn

…of the inhabitants of Rājagaha in the time of Kassapa Buddha. At that time Vepulla was called Supassa. SN.ii.192

Suppiyā2

An…

susumāragiri →

dppn

…MN.i.95f. and the Bodhirāja Sutta. MN.ii.91f. The city was the residence of Nakulapitā and his wife, with whom the Buddha had several…

susīma →

dppn

…Paribbājaka of Rājagaha. When the Buddha’s fame spread and his gains increased, Susīma’s followers suggested that he…

sāgata →

dppn

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

sāketa →

dppn

…in the Migadāya in the Añjanavana, a nun, described as Jatilagāhikā, visited him and questioned him regarding concentration. AN.iv.427 Among…

sākya →

dppn

…paramasakyā vata bho rājakumāra; hence their name came to be ‘Sakyā.’

The Buddha states, in the Aggañña Sutta, that the Sākyans were…

sālavatī →

dppn

A courtesan of Rājagaha. She was the mother of Jīvaka Komārabhacca Vin.i.268f. and of his sister Sirimā.

sāmaṇḍaka →

dppn

…Paribbājaka, mentioned SN.iv.261f. as having visited Sāriputta at Ukkacela and questioned him regarding Nibbāna, and again…

sāriputta →

dppn

…forth together under Sañjaya, he heard the essence of the Dhamma from Assaji, and together with Moggallāna they became monks under the Buddha….

sāvatthī →

dppn

…Vin.i.293 The road from Rājagaha to Sāvatthī passed through Vesāli, Vin.ii.159f. and the Pārāyanavagga Snp.1011–1013 gives the resting…

sāḷha →

dppn

Sāḷha1Migāranattā

He once visited Nandaka Thera with Pekkhuniya’s grandson, Rohana. AN.i.193f. He built a vihāra for the nuns and Sundarīndā was appointed to supervise the work. As a r …

sītavana →

dppn

A grove near Rājagaha where Anāthapiṇḍika first met the Buddha. When Anāthapiṇḍika approached it, he was filled with fear and trembling….

sūrasena →

dppn

…and the Yādavas.

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tagarasikhī →

dppn

…Suppabuddha, a banker of Rājagaha, having seen the Pacceka Buddha on his way to a park, spoke insultingly to him, and, as a result, was born as a…

takkasilā →

dppn

…identified with the Greek Taxila, in Rawalpindi in the Punjab.

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tapodā →

dppn

…mountain, outside Rājagaha. The lake was cool, but the stream flowing from it, also called Tapodā, Vin.iii.108 Vin.iv.116f. was hot….

tapodārāma →

dppn

…They were both far from Rājagaha, and monks would come from afar late at night and, in order to test Dabba Mallaputta’s powers, ask him to…

tapussa →

dppn

…while on their way to Rājagaha, saw the Buddha at the foot of the Rājāyatana tree, in the eighth week after the Enlightenment. They offered…

tatojasī →

dppn

A messenger of Vessavaṇa. DN.iii.201

taṇhā →

dppn

One of the three daughters of Māra, who tried to tempt the Buddha under the Ajapāla-nigrodha, soon after the Enlightenment. Snp.p.163 SN.i.124f.

taṇḍulapālidvārāya →

dppn

TaṇḍulapālidvārāyaTaṇḍulapālidvāraTandulapāladvāra

One of the gates of Rājagaha. Near the gate was the residence of the brahmin Dhānañjāni. MN.ii.185

Rājagaha3building

tejasi →

dppn

One of the messengers employed by Kuvera. DN.iii.201

thera →

dppn

Name of a monk in Rājagaha. He lived in solitude, the virtues of which state he extolled. Hearing this, the Buddha sent for him and taught him how…

tikaṇṇa →

dppn

…and spoke in praise of tevijja brahmins. The Buddha explained to him that the threefold lore of the Ariyan disciple was a different and a far…

tindukakandarā →

dppn

A cave outside Rājagaha where lodgings were provided for visiting monks. Vin.ii.76 Vin.iii.159

outside Rājagaha3monastery

tindukkhānu →

dppn

…dwelling of wanderers near Vesāli. It was the residence of Pāthikaputta. DN.iii.17

near…

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 life was forty thousand years. SN.ii.190

tālaputa →

dppn

…stage-manager of Rājagaha. One day he visited the Buddha and asked if it was true that players who delight large audiences are reborn…

tārukkha →

dppn

…in Icchānaṅgala and in Manasākaṭa.

He was the teacher of Bhāradvāja, companion of Vāseṭṭha. Snp.p.115f. DN.i.235 MN.ii.202

udena →

dppn

…Piṇḍola Bhāradvāja to learn how young monastics curbed their passions, at which meeting Udena declared himself a follower of the…

udumbara →

dppn

…went there from Kaṇṇakujja and stopped there before proceeding to Aggalapura and Sahajāti. Thither the Elders followed him to ask his opinion…

udāyibhadda →

dppn

UdāyibhaddaUdāyibhaddaka

Son of Ajātasattu. When Ajātasattu, after the death of his father, paid his first visit to the Buddha and saw the Buddha seated amidst the monks in a scene of perfect calm an …

ugga →

dppn

He once visited the Buddha and told him how he rivalled in power and wealth the seṭṭhi Migāra, grandson of Rohana. He was worth one hundred thousand in gold alone, to say nothing of silver. The Buddha …

uggaha →

dppn

UggahaMeṇḍakanattā

The grandson of the banker Meṇḍaka; he lived in Bhaddiya. Once when the Buddha was staying in the Jātiyāvana at Bhaddiya, Uggaha invited him and three monks to a meal at his house. …

uggāhamāna →

dppn

…Paribbājaka. Once when he was staying near Sāvatthī in Mallikā’s pleasance at the Samayappavādaka hall, the carpenter,…

ujjaya →

dppn

…Isigili Sutta. MN.iii.70

Ujjaya2

A monk whose verse is in the Theragāthā. Thag.67

Ujjaya3

A brahmin. He once went to…

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 and Māgadha, whose king was Seniya Bimbisāra. After Bimbisār …

ukkacelā →

dppn

…Ganges, on the road from Rājagaha to Vesāli and near the latter.

Once while Sāriputta was staying there, the Paribbājaka Sāmaṇḍaka…

upaka →

dppn

Upaka1

An Ājivaka whom the Buddha met on his way between Gayā and the Bodhi Tree, after he set out from Isipatana for the preaching of the First Sermon. Upaka questioned the Buddha on his …

upananda →

dppn

…is also told of a Paribbājaka exchanging his own garment for one belonging to Upananda, which was of rich colour. Two other Paribbājakas told…

upāli →

dppn

…lad of Rājagaha. His parents, wishing him to live a life of ease, did not have him instructed in any of the usual means of…

uruvelā →

dppn

…on the banks of the Nerañjara, in the neighbourhood of the Bodhi-tree at Buddhagayā. MN.i.166 The place chosen by the Bodhisatta for his…

uruvelākassapa →

dppn

…on the banks of the Nerañjara with five hundred disciples. Further down the river lived his brothers Nadī-Kassapa with three hundred disciples…

usīraddhaja →

dppn

A mountain range forming the northern boundary of Majjhimadesa. Vin.i.197

???3hill

uttara →

dppn

…once visited the Buddha at Kajaligalā in the Mukheluvana and the Buddha preached to him the Indriya-bhāvanā Sutta. MN.iii.298ff.

Perhaps it…

uttarakuru →

dppn

…country is to the north of Jambudīpa. It is one of the four Mahādīpā—the others being Aparagoyāna, Pubbavideha and Jambudīpa—each being…

uttarāpatha →

dppn

The northern division of Jambudīpa. Its boundaries are nowhere explicitly stated in Pāḷi literature. Perhaps Uttarāpatha was originally the name…

uttiya →

dppn

…with Uttiya Paribbājaka, who is represented in the Aṅguttara Nikāya AN.v.193ff. as asking the Buddha various questions on the…

vacchagotta →

dppn

…the conclusion of the Tevijja Vacchagotta it is merely stated that “the Paribbājaka Vacchagotta rejoiced in what the Blessed One has said.”…

vaggumudā →

dppn

VaggumudāVattumudā

A river in the Vajji country. On its banks lived Yasoja and his five hundred companions. Ud.iii.3

Vajjī3river

vajjiyamāhita →

dppn

…and went into the Paribbājakārāma near by. The Paribbājakas asked him if it was true that the Buddha ridicules all forms of asceticism and…

vajjī →

dppn

…earlier been a kingdom under Janaka.

In the time of the Buddha, and even up to his death, the Vajjians were a very prosperous and happy community….

vakkali →

dppn

…to visit the Buddha at Rājagaha, and was carried in a litter to a potter’s shed in Rājagaha. There, at his request, the Buddha visited him…

varadhara →

dppn

…wanderer in the time of the Buddha. He lived with Annabhāra, Sakuludāyī and others in the Paribbājakārāma, on the banks of the Sappinikā,…

varuṇa →

dppn

…SN.i.219

In the Tevijja Sutta. DN.i.244 Varuṇa is mentioned with Indra, Soma, Isāna, Pajāpati, Yamaand Mahiddhi, as the gods invoked by…

vasabha →

dppn

…verses speak of one who kills himself and others, and then address a certain Sujampati, saying that a brahmin has color on the inside. Thag.139–140

vassakāra →

dppn

…to inspect the works at Rājagaha, which were in charge of Moggallāna. Having asked the subject of conversation, he inquired whether the Buddha…

vaḍḍha →

dppn

…a friend of the Mettiyabhummajakā, and, at their instigation, charged Dabba Mallaputta with having committed adultery with his wife. Dabba…

vaṃsa →

dppn

…mentioned with the Ceti.

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vaṭajālikāyaṃ →

dppn

VaṭajālikāyaṃDhavajālikā

A monastery on Sankheyyaka mountain in Mahisa country. A monk, named Uttara, once lived there and was visited by Sakka. AN.iv.162ff.

Sankheyyaka mountain in Mahisa3monastery

vebhāra →

dppn

…five hills surrounding Rājagaha. MN.iii.68 In this hill was the Sattapaṇṇiguhā, where the first Convocation was held. Vin.ii.76 The river…

vedehiputta →

dppn

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

vedisa →

dppn

…9,18.

Vedisa was fifty yojanas from Pātaliputta and was founded by the Sākiyans who fled from Vidūdabha’s massacre Mbv., p. 98.

Vedisa is…

vejayanta →

dppn

…to greet him.

5buildingVejayanta2

A chariot owned by Sakka, with Mātali as charioteer. SN.i.224

Vejayanta3

The chief…

vekhaṇassa →

dppn

A Paribbājaka teacher of Sakuladāyī.

vepulla →

dppn

…mountains surrounding Rājagaha. SN.i.67

  • In the time of Kakusandha Buddha, the mountain was called Pācīnavaṃsa
  • in the time of…

verañja →

dppn

A brahmin who lived at Verañjā.

verañjakā →

dppn

The brahmins of Verañjā, to whom the Verañjaka Sutta was preached. MN.i.290

verañjā →

dppn

…to take leave of Verañja before setting out, as was the custom of Buddhas when they received hospitality. Verañja admitted that, though he…

vesāli →

dppn

…Saccaka, Mahā Saccaka, Tevijja, Vacchagotta, Sunakkhatta and Ratana.

One hundred years after the Buddha’s death Vesāli was again the scene of…

veḷuvana →

dppn

…stayed. The upāsakas of Kajaṅgalā, having questioned the Kajaṅgalā Bhikkhunī, went to the Buddha there and asked him to verify her…

videha →

dppn

…the other Videha. MN.i.225 Adjacent to it were Kāsi and Kosala. One of Bimbisāra’s queens was probably from Videha. In earlier times Videha was…

vijaya →

dppn

Vijaya1

A householder, mentioned as an exemplary layman. AN.iii.451

Vijaya2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse says that one…

vijayā →

dppn

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses say that she went to the monastery up to five times before being approached by a bhikkhunī, who taght her the Dhamma, so that now she dwells in freedom and bliss. T …

viraja →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

visākha →

dppn

…the country, returning to Rājagaha after she had attained arahantship. Visākha, hearing of her return, visited her at the nunnery and asked her…

visākhā →

dppn

…Her father was Dhanañjaya, son of Meṇḍaka, and her mother Sumanā.

The Udāna Ud.ii.9 contains a story of a dispute she had with the…

viḍūḍabha →

dppn

ViḍūḍabhaViḍūḍabha

Son of Pasenadi and Vāsabhakhattiyā. Both in the Piyajātika Sutta MN.ii.110 and the Kaṇṇakatthala Suttas. MN.ii.127 Viḍūḍabha is spoken of as general.

vājapeyya →

dppn

A sacrificial offering.

vāseṭṭha →

dppn

…are recorded in the Tevijja Sutta, the Vāseṭṭha Sutta, and the Aggañña Sutta. Vāseṭṭha’s first visit to the Buddha was on the…

vāseṭṭhī →

dppn

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses tell of her child’s death and her subsequent history. Thig.133–138

It is said that the brahmin Sujāta, father of Sundarī, met Vāsetthī, and, hearing her story, him …

yakkha →

dppn

…Citta, Cittarāja, Silesaloma, Sūciloma and Hāritā; (b) their place of residence, attributes of their realms, animals, plants, etc….

yamunā →

dppn

…of the five great rivers of Jambudīpa, which are often used in similes. Vin.ii.237 AN.iv.101 AN.iv.198 AN.iv.202 AN.v.22 Vin.ii.2371 Vin.ii.2373…

yasa →

dppn

…Saṅkassa, Kaṇṇakujja, Udumbara, Aggalapura and Sahajāti. Having found Revata, he questioned him regarding the ten points, and obtained…

yasoja →

dppn

…Ānanda to send for Yasoja and his friends as he desired to see them. Ānanda sent a message. When the monks arrived, they found the Buddha…

yona →

dppn

…are mentioned with the Kambojas in the Assalāyana Sutta MN.ii.149 as places in which there were only two classes of people, masters and slaves,…

ājīvakā →

dppn

…is stated in the Tevijja Vacchagotta Sutta MN.i.483 that far from any Ājīvaka having put an end to sorrow, the Buddha could recall only one…

ākāsagotta →

dppn

A physician of Rājagaha who lanced the fistula of a monk. Meeting the Buddha, he told him of the lancing, trying to make fun of it. The Buddha,…

āpaṇa →

dppn

…was entertained by the Jaṭila Keṇiya. Vin.i.245ff. From Āpaṇa the Buddha went on to Kusinārā. Vin.i.247 In the Saṃyutta Nikāya,…

ārāmikagāma →

dppn

…It was near Rājagaha and was also called Pilindagāma. Pilindavaccha depended for his alms on the residents of this village….

āḷavī →

dppn

…between Sāvatthī and Rājagaha. The Buddha goes from Sāvatthī to Kīṭāgiri, thence to Āḷavī, and finally, to Rājagaha. The Buddha, on…

īsāna →

dppn

…chief devas.

In the Tevijja Sutta DN.i.244 he is mentioned with Indra, Soma, Varuṇa, Pajāpati and Brahmā, as being invoked by the…

anuvyañjana →

farkas

jelleg, másodlagos jegy

avijjā →

farkas

nem-tudás, tudatlanság

bodhipakkhiya-dhamma →

farkas

a megvilágosodás velejárói, kísérői

jarā-maraṇa →

farkas

öregség és halál

jāti →

farkas

születés

kamma-patha →

farkas

a tettek útja

pabbajjā →

farkas

otthontalanságba távozás, beavatás

pāmujja →

farkas

vidámság

puthujjana →

farkas

átlagember, hétköznapi ember

sampajañña →

farkas

tiszta tudatosság

saṁyojana →

farkas

béklyó, bilincs

tevijjā →

farkas

háromszoros tudás

uposatha →

farkas

az együttlét napja, szertartásnap

vijjā →

farkas

tudás, látás

abbajati →

ncped

comes to, returns to.

abbhanujānāti →

ncped

  1. sg. concedes; agrees with (gen.) about (acc).

abbhañjana →

ncped

rubbing with oil, smearing, oiling, lubricating; unguent, oil.

abbhañjati →

ncped

anoints; smears; lubricates.

abbhucittajāta →

ncped

astonished

abbhujjalana →

ncped

breathing out fire, spitting fire.

abhejja →

ncped

not to be broken or pierced; not to be alienated or severed; not to be set at variance.

abhigajja →

ncped

abhigajjat →

ncped

abhigajjati →

ncped

roars; thunders, cries out (in greeting).

abhijappa →

ncped

muttering (of a prayer or spell).

abhijappana →

ncped

muttering spells over; bewitching.

abhijappapadāraṇa →

ncped

the arrow of desire

abhijappati →

ncped

mutters prayers to, supplicates; prays for, longs for, covets

abhijappayati →

ncped

mutters prayers to, supplicates; prays for, longs for, covets

abhijappi →

ncped

praying for; desiring.

abhijappin →

ncped

praying for; desiring.

abhijappā →

ncped

praying for; desire; longing.

abhijavati →

ncped

hurries towards.

abhijañña →

ncped

abhijānā →

ncped

abhijānānta →

ncped

(~antī)n.

abhijānāt →

ncped

abhijānāti →

ncped

  1. recognizes, knows; understands.
  2. is aware of; acknowledges; remembers;
    1. + acc, esp. ace. of pp:
    2. + absol.;
    3. + nom. of agent noun.

abhijāta →

ncped

born; well-born, of noble birth.

abhijāti →

ncped

class of birth, nature; class of being.

abhijāyati →

ncped

is born; is born for or to; becomes.

abhijāyitvā →

ncped

abhinibbajjayati →

ncped

avoids; shuns

abhinibbhijja →

ncped

splitting asunder; breaking through.

abhinibbhijjati →

ncped

bursts through; breaks out

abhinibbijja →

ncped

finding out; examining, analyzing; or piercing through.

abhinibbijjayati →

ncped

avoids; shuns

abhinipajjati →

ncped

lies down on, lies down beside or with (+ acc. or loc).

abhinipajjayamāna →

ncped

abhinipajjāpeti →

ncped

forces to lie down (on, acc.)

abhinipphajjati →

ncped

arises, is produced.

abhinivajjayati →

ncped

avoids; renounces; throws down

abhirāja →

ncped

supreme king.

abhirājan →

ncped

supreme king.

abhisajati →

ncped

reviles; offends.

abhisajjanā →

ncped

offense; (or attachment).

abhisajjati →

ncped

  1. sticks, is attached; is occupied; lingers.
  2. is offended, takes offense; is hostile

abhivisajati →

ncped

pours forth; gives away, dispenses.

abhiyuñjati →

ncped

applies oneself to; lays (legal) claim to; claims something (acc.) from someone (acc.), makes someone responsible (for, acc.).

abhiññā →

ncped

abhiññā1

absol.

abhiññā2

feminine (& ~a m.?)

  1. higher or special knowledge; true understanding.
  2. a special or supernatural power or knowledge (five (or six): iddhividhā, …

acchejja →

ncped

acchijja →

ncped

adhipajjati →

ncped

falls into; attains.

adhivāsakajātika →

ncped

enduring or patient by nature.

adhojānumaṇḍalami →

ncped

what is below the knee-cap

adhojānumaṇḍalamin →

ncped

what is below the knee-cap

aggabīja →

ncped

plant propagated by cuttings

ahivijjā →

ncped

serpent-lore

aja →

ncped

goat; (m.) a male goat, a billy-goat

ajaddhuka →

ncped

or ~ā feminine abstinence (from eating).

ajaddhumārikā →

ncped

death by starvation.

ajaka →

ncped

(& ~ā f.?) a young goat.

ajalakkhaṇa →

ncped

signs of health or omen on a goat

ajapada →

ncped

“goat-footed” cloven like a goat’s hoof

ajapālaka →

ncped

goatherd

ajavisāṇavaddhikā →

ncped

with points like goats’ horns

ajja →

ncped

today; now; just now; at the present time.

ajjadagge →

ncped

from this day onward.

ajjasaṭṭhim →

ncped

since six days ago, for six days

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

ajjhājapajjanta →

ncped

(~antī)n. committing an offense; incurring; guilty of.

ajjhājapatti →

ncped

transgression; committing of (an offense).

ajā →

ncped

female goat

akhilajāta →

ncped

akittisañjanana →

ncped

(-ī)n. producing ill fame

akittisañjananī →

ncped

producing ill fame

akujjana →

ncped

not creaking, not making a noise

akukkuccakajāta →

ncped

not causing anxiety

akukkukajāta →

ncped

without shoots?

akūjana →

ncped

not creaking, not making a noise

alasajātīka →

ncped

lazy by nature; disposed to laziness

ambuja →

ncped

fish

anabhijānā →

ncped

anabhijānāt →

ncped

ananuvajja →

ncped

not to be censured

ananuvejja →

ncped

not to be found.

anatthajanana →

ncped

producing harm

anavajja →

ncped

irreproachable, faultless

aneja →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) unmoved, imperturbable; without emotion.
  2. (n.) imperturbability; immoveable state; freedom from emotion

aneñja →

ncped

(& mfn.?)

  1. (n.) immovability; imperturbability.
  2. (mfn., or n. in apposition?) unmoved; not to be stirred; imperturbable (often applied both to determinative actions leading to existence in arūpāv …

anojagghati →

ncped

laughs at; mocks

anojava →

ncped

lacking strength or vitality; lacking nutriment; not juicy

anojavat →

ncped

lacking strength or vitality; lacking nutriment; not juicy

anomajja →

ncped

anomajjanta →

ncped

anomajjat →

ncped

anomajjati →

ncped

rubs down along; strokes (one’s limbs) again and again.

antajana →

ncped

the inner household; servants.

antarākāja →

ncped

load on a carrying pole suspended between two persons

antojana →

ncped

the inner household; the family

antojaṭa →

ncped

entangled within; inner entanglements

antojaṭā →

ncped

entangled within; inner entanglements

antojālīkata →

ncped

caught in a net; comprehended

antojāta →

ncped

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

anujagghanta →

ncped

anujagghati →

ncped

laughs at; mocks

anujāneti →

ncped

asks for or obtains permission or approval; asks leave

anujāneyya →

ncped

anujānitabba →

ncped

worthy of approval; allowable

anujānāti →

ncped

gives permission; grants, allows; grants leave; excuses; advises; prescribes.

anujāta →

ncped

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

anujāñña →

ncped

anumajjanta →

ncped

(~antī)n.

anumajjati →

ncped

rubs, wipes; beats; applies (continuous) pressureconsiders thoroughly.

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).

anupajagghati →

ncped

laughs at, derides.

anupakhajja →

ncped

anupakhajjana →

ncped

(formed from anupakhajja) encroaching upon.

anupakhajjanta →

ncped

not encroaching upon.

anupavajja →

ncped

anuppajjamāna →

ncped

anuvajja →

ncped

to be censured; a fault

anuvijjaka →

ncped

an examiner; an adjucator.

anuvijjamāna →

ncped

searching out, investigating; examining.

anuvijjā →

ncped

examining.

anuvyañjanaggāhi →

ncped

occupying oneself with details or minor characteristics.

anuvyañjanaggāhin →

ncped

occupying oneself with details or minor characteristics.

anuvyañjanaso →

ncped

  1. as to detail; in detail.
  2. as to the letter, the accurate text (?)

anuvyañjanaṃ →

ncped

letter by letter.

anuyuñja →

ncped

anuyuñjat →

ncped

anuyuñjati →

ncped

  1. practises, gives oneself up to.
  2. questions, examines; calls to account

anājānīya →

ncped

of inferior birth; ignoble

anānujana →

ncped

anānujanat →

ncped

anānuvajja →

ncped

not to be censured

anūpakhajja →

ncped

anūpavajja →

ncped

apajaha →

ncped

not giving up; grasping, greedy (?).

apanujja →

ncped

having driven away; having removed.

aparapajā →

ncped

grandchildren and descendants

apasammajjati →

ncped

sweeps away; winnows.

apañjasa →

ncped

going off one’s correct course.

apparajakkha →

ncped

with little or no passion or impurity

apparajakkhajātika →

ncped

being by nature free from passion

arahaddhaja →

ncped

the emblem of the arahat (the yellow robe)

ariya →

ncped

…a noble one (one who is not puthujjana).

arājaka →

ncped

without a king.

assājāneyya →

ncped

a thoroughbred horse

assājānīya →

ncped

a thoroughbred horse

atraja →

ncped

born from oneself, one’s own; (m.) a son; (f.) a daughter.

attaja →

ncped

born from oneself proceeding from oneself; one’s offspring.

atthajāta →

ncped

having some need or task

avajja →

ncped

what is blameable; imperfection, a fault.

avajānanta →

ncped

avajānati →

ncped

  1. despises; underrates.
  2. denies, repudiates.

avajāneyya →

ncped

avajāni →

ncped

avajānitabba →

ncped

avajānitvā →

ncped

avajāniya →

ncped

avajāta →

ncped

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

avakujja →

ncped

with the face downward, prone; upset.

avakujjapañña →

ncped

whose intellect is upside down, not retentive (like an upturned jar); who cannot learn or remember

añjalika →

ncped

with cupped hands raised.

añjalikamma →

ncped

respectful salutation with cupped hands

añjalikaraṇīya →

ncped

worthy of respectful salutations

añjalī →

ncped

the cupped hands; esp. as raised to the head (as a gesture of respect or supplication).

añjana →

ncped

  1. smearing, anointing (?).
  2. ointment, esp. a collyrium for the eyes, used for decoration or as a medication; a pigment.

añjanakkhika →

ncped

with eyes painted with collyrium

añjanisalākā →

ncped

stick for applying ointment

añjanithavikā →

ncped

bag for the collyrium pot

añjanī →

ncped

box for ointments, a collyrium pot.

añjanūpapiṃsana →

ncped

perfume to mix with ointment

añjasa →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) straight; direct (of a road); upright (in morals).
  2. (n. (& m.?)) the direct road or way.

añjasayana →

ncped

the straight course

añjati →

ncped

  1. smears, anoints; paints; makes clear.
  2. goes.

aṅgajāta →

ncped

the male or female genitals.

aṅgavijjā →

ncped

the art of prognosticating from parts of, or marks on, the body

aṇḍaja →

ncped

born from an egg

aṭṭhimiñjā →

ncped

bone marrow

cajamāna →

ncped

of cajati

cajati →

ncped

  1. leaves, abandon, gets rid of, frees oneself from.
  2. gives up; lets go, surrenders.
  3. emits.

cajitvā →

ncped

of cajati

cajitvāna →

ncped

of cajati

camaravījanī →

ncped

fan or fly-whisk made from a yak’s tail, a chowry.

catta →

ncped

of cajati

  1. (mfn.) left, abandoned; got rid of; renounced, given up; given away.
  2. (n.) abandoning; leaving; ~ena, adv., with renunciation;…

catuyojanasitika →

ncped

measuring 400 yojanas.

catuyojanika →

ncped

four yojanas in extent.

chayojanasatika →

ncped

measuring 600 yojanas.

chayojanika →

ncped

six yojanas in extent.

chejja →

ncped

fit to cut off; liable to break; (nt.) cutting; cutting off; cutting off one’s limbs; cutting off from the saṅgha.

chejjabhejja →

ncped

cutting and breaking; physical punishment.

chejjavatthu →

ncped

ground for cutting off (someone) from the saṅgha.

chejjā →

ncped

cutting off; cutting.

chijjamāna →

ncped

of chijjati

chijjatha →

ncped

of chijjati

chijjati →

ncped

chijjati1

pr. 3 sg. of chindati; (quasi 4th class, in form identical with pass.; the meanings overlap), (intrans.) breaks, breaks off;…

cuṇṇakajāta →

ncped

reduced to powder; turned to dust.

cāṭi →

ncped

large vessel or jar.

cīvarabhājaka →

ncped

(one) who distributes material for robes.

dabbajātika →

ncped

being by nature wise or skilled.

dajja →

ncped

of dassati

dajjaṃ →

ncped

of dassati

dajjā →

ncped

of dassati

dajjāmi →

ncped

of dassati

devarāja →

ncped

king of the gods (usually Sakka/lnda)

devarājan →

ncped

dhaja →

ncped

standard, a flag, a banner; a badge, a mark, emblem or characteristic sign.

dhajabaddha →

ncped

dhajabandha →

ncped

marked; notorious (?)

dhajāhaṭa →

ncped

(a wife) taken as captive during a war.

dhajālu →

ncped

adorned with flags.

dhammarāja →

ncped

dhammarājan →

ncped

  1. a just king; a rightful.
  2. the king of dhamma.

dhanajāni →

ncped

loss of wealth; a fine.

dhārakajātika →

ncped

naturally remembering; good at remembering.

dija →

ncped

dovārika →

ncped

gatekeeper; a janitor, a doorkeeper.

duccaja →

ncped

difficult to give up; hard to give away.

duccajja →

ncped

dujjaha →

ncped

hard to give up.

dujjaya →

ncped

hard to conquer; hard to win

dujjāna →

ncped

difficult to know; hard to understand.

dujjāta →

ncped

of ignoble birth; ignoble

duppajaha →

ncped

hard to give up.

durājāna →

ncped

difficult to know or understand.

duvijātā →

ncped

woman who has given birth twice.

dvedhikajāta →

ncped

holding two opinions; separated into two sides.

dvidugamavaratarahanutta →

ncped

having the jaw of the best of the quadrupeds.

dvija →

ncped

one (who) is born or produced twice; esp. a bird.

dvijāti →

ncped

having two births; a brahman.

dviyojanasatika →

ncped

measuring 200 yojanas.

dvādasayojana →

ncped

extending twelve yojanas.

dāyajja →

ncped

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

eja →

ncped

or neuter disturbance, emotion.

ejā →

ncped

motion, disturbance, agitation; emotion.

ejānuga →

ncped

following, under the influence of, emotion

ekaja →

ncped

born once

ekajāla →

ncped

single mass of flames; being a single mass of flames

ekatokāja →

ncped

carrying pole with a load at one end

ekāsanabhojana →

ncped

eating only a single meal (a day); food at only a single meal.

enījaṅgha →

ncped

with legs like the black antelope’s (one of the 32 characteristics of a mahāpurisa).

evaṃjacca →

ncped

of such and such a class; of this kind of family

eṇeyyajaṅgha →

ncped

with legs like the black antelope’s.

gaja →

ncped

an elephant.

gajjati →

ncped

emits a deep sound; roars; thunders; asserts strongly, shouts; blusters.

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)

gaṇabhojana →

ncped

receiving and eating food in a group.

ghaṭa →

ncped

ghaṭa1

masculine a pitcher, a pot, esp. for water; a large water jar.

ghaṭa2

masculine

ghaṭaka →

ncped

water jar; a pitcher.

ghaṭikā →

ncped

…a jar, a pot; a water pitcher.

ghaṭikā2

feminine

  1. a piece of wood, a stick; a small piece.
  2. a game…

gihiddhaja →

ncped

the emblem or characteristic sign of a householder.

gihidhaja →

ncped

the emblem or characteristic sign of a householder.

gihisaṃyojana →

ncped

the fetter that binds a householder.

gihivyañjana →

ncped

distinctive sign of a householder.

gihīsaṃyojana →

ncped

the fetter that binds a householder.

giriaggasamajja →

ncped

festival held at rājagaha.

giribbaja →

ncped

place enclosed by hills or mountains (like a cow pen); the name (of the area of rājagaha)

giñjakāvasatha →

ncped

the brick hall.

gohanuka →

ncped

(or n.) a cow’s jaw bone.

guḷāguṇdikajāta →

ncped

guḷāguṇṭhikajāta →

ncped

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

gīvā →

ncped

the neck (of humans and animals); the neck of a jar.

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).

ittarajacca →

ncped

of inferior birth

iñjana →

ncped

movement, disturbance.

iñjati →

ncped

(intrans.) moves, stris; is moved, is disturbed.

iñjaye →

ncped

iñjayuṃ →

ncped

jaccandha →

ncped

blind from birth, congenitally blind.

jaga →

ncped

living things; the world.

jagat →

ncped

living things; the world.

jagatogadha →

ncped

immersed in the world.

jagatī →

ncped

the earth; the world.

jagga →

ncped

of jaggati

jaggat →

ncped

of jaggati

jaggati →

ncped

is awake; is watchful.

jaghana →

ncped

the buttocks; the hips and the loins.

jaha →

ncped

imper. pr. 2 sg. of jahati

jahassu →

ncped

imper. pr. 2 sg. of jahati

jahat →

ncped

of jahati

jahati →

ncped

leaves; leaves behind; abandons; gives up, lets go.

jahe →

ncped

  1. sg. of jahati

jahetvā →

ncped

of jahati

jaheyya →

ncped

  1. sg. of jahati

jahissanti →

ncped

of jahati

jahissati →

ncped

of jahati

jahissāmi →

ncped

of jahati

jahita →

ncped

given up; abandoned.

jahitvā →

ncped

of jahati

jahāti →

ncped

jahī →

ncped

of jahati

jajjara →

ncped

decrepit; worn out; falling to pieces.

jajjararathaka →

ncped

decrepit carriage.

jala →

ncped

water.

jalamāna →

ncped

of jalati

jalanta →

ncped

(~antī)n. of jalati

jalat →

ncped

of jalati

jalati →

ncped

burns brightly; blazes; glows.

jalayati →

ncped

of jaleti

jaleti →

ncped

sets light to; lights.

jalita →

ncped

burning; blazing; glowing, brilliant.

jalla →

ncped

dirt; scum; dirt from sweat.

jalogi →

ncped

or feminine

jalābuja →

ncped

born in a placenta; viviparous.

jambonada →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) golden, made of gold (from the jambū river)
  2. (n.) gold from the river jāmbu; any gold.

jambu →

ncped

  1. (f.) the rose apple tree.
  2. (n.) the fruit of the rose apple tree.

jambucoraka →

ncped

rose apple thief.

jambudīpa →

ncped

the central continent, India (named for a giant jambu tree ( or for its abundance of jambu trees))

jambudīpaka →

ncped

belonging to Jambudīpa.

jambupālaka →

ncped

guardian of rose apple trees.

jambusaṇḍa →

ncped

the wood or multitude of rose apple trees; the jambu island (= India)

jambālī →

ncped

muddy pool at the outskirts of a village; a cesspool.

jambū →

ncped

jambūnada →

ncped

jamma →

ncped

(~ī)n. contemptible, low; of low birth; a contemptible person, a wretch.

jammana →

ncped

birth.

jana →

ncped

jana1

masculine

  1. (m.) generating.
  2. (m.) (sg.) people; the people; people of the household; (rarely) a person; (pl.) people; persons;…

janaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. begetting; generating, producing; (one) who gives or has given birth (to); (m.) a progenitor, a father; a parent; (f.) a mother.

janapada →

ncped

nom. , ~āni ; acc. ~e, ~āni), a country; a district; the country, a country district (as opposed to a town); the people of a district, a community.

janapadakalyāṇī →

ncped

the most beautiful girl in a country.

janapadanirutti →

ncped

local terminology; an ordinary way of speaking (in a particular community?)

janapadatthāvariya →

ncped

stability in or of the country.

janapadatthāvariyapatta →

ncped

who has achieved stability in the country, whose country is stable; whose position is secure.

janapadatudana →

ncped

hurt to the country.

janatā →

ncped

an assemblage of people; people; living beings.

janava →

ncped

crowded with people.

janavat →

ncped

crowded with people.

janavati →

ncped

in a place filled with people.

janayati →

ncped

janayetha →

ncped

of janeti

janayi →

ncped

  1. sg. of janeti

janayittha →

ncped

  1. sg. of janeti

janesi →

ncped

of janeti

janeti →

ncped

brings into being; generates; produces.

janettī →

ncped

mother; one who gives birth or has given birth.

janetvā →

ncped

of janeti

janeyya →

ncped

  1. sg. of janeti

janinda →

ncped

lord of men; a king; a god.

janita →

ncped

brought into being, produced.

jannu →

ncped

jannuka →

ncped

jantagga →

ncped

heated room.

jantu →

ncped

jantu1

masculine a creature; a living being; a person.

jantu2

masculine or neuter a kind of grass.

jantāghara →

ncped

heated room; a room with a fire (normally used before bathing, not for bathing.

janādhipa →

ncped

king (of men)

janī →

ncped

woman, a wife.

janīmāta →

ncped

one’s birth mother.

janīmātar →

ncped

one’s birth mother.

janīpita →

ncped

one’s biological father.

janīpitar →

ncped

one’s biological father.

japa →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) muttering.
  2. (m.) muttering prayers; rehearsing or reciting the Vedas to oneself.

japati →

ncped

whispers, mutters (esp. prayers or spells); rehearses or recites (the Vedas) to oneself.

japeti →

ncped

of japati

jappa →

ncped

jappa1

neuter whispering; a muttered prayer or spell; a recitation of the Vedas.

jappa2

masculine

  1. talk, speech.
  2. idle talk, chatter.

jappa3

feminine longing; desire.

jappanā →

ncped

(from jappati) muttering (prayers or spells)

jappat →

ncped

of jappati

jappa(t)2

part. pr. mfn. of jappati

jappati →

ncped

jappati1

pr. 3 sg.

  1. speaks; converses with; prattles; mutters.
  2. mutters or recites the Vedas.

jappati2

pr. 3. sg prays…

jappeti →

ncped

of jappati

jappita →

ncped

(prays for?); longing; desire.

jappāyanā →

ncped

(from jappati) longing; desire.

jara →

ncped

jara1

mfn. old; worn out.

jara2

masculine fever.

jaraggava →

ncped

an old bull.

jaras →

ncped

aging; old age.

jarasakata →

ncped

an old cart.

jarasigāla →

ncped

an old jackal; a wretched jackal.

jarasiṅgala →

ncped

jarasālā →

ncped

old hall or shed.

jarat →

ncped

jarudapana →

ncped

an old well, an abandoned well.

jarā →

ncped

becoming old; old age.

jarādhamma →

ncped

subject to growing old or decaying.

jarāghara →

ncped

an old house.

jarāmaraṇasaṅghāta →

ncped

meeting, a joining, of or with old age and death.

jarūdapāna →

ncped

jatu →

ncped

jatu1

neuter gum or resin; lac.

jatu2

feminine a bat.

jatukaṇṇin →

ncped

bat-eared

jatumaṭṭhaka →

ncped

stick of gum or resin (used as a dildo)

jatumāsaka →

ncped

coin made of or marked with lac.

java →

ncped

speed; swiftness; mental quickness, swiftness of understanding.

javana →

ncped

swift; fleet of foot.

javanapañña →

ncped

having swift understanding; of ready intelligence?

jaya →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) conquering; winning.
  2. (m. n.) victory; winning.

jayampati →

ncped

husband and wife.

jayampatika →

ncped

jayat →

ncped

winning; conquering.

jaññajañña →

ncped

very fine.

jaññu →

ncped

jaññu1

opt. 3 sg.

jaññu2

3 pl.

jaññā →

ncped

jaññā1

opt. 3 sg. of jānāti

jaññā2

3 pl. of jānāti

jaññā3

absol. of jānāti

jaḷa →

ncped

dull; stupid.

jaḷogi →

ncped

or feminine toddy; the non-fermented juice of the palm.

jaṅgala →

ncped

  1. arid; sterile.
  2. wild; coming from arid land; from the jungle.

jaṅgama →

ncped

moving; living.

jaṅghapesanika →

ncped

executing orders on foot; undertaking commissions on foot.

jaṅghapesaniya →

ncped

jaṅgheyyaka →

ncped

(from jaṅghā) the bottom section of a bhikkhu’s cīvara (the portion which hangs by the shins)

jaṅghā →

ncped

the shank; the shin.

jaṅghāvihāra →

ncped

walking to exercise the legs.

jaṇṇu →

ncped

the knee.

jaṇṇuka →

ncped

the knee.

jaṭadharana →

ncped

wearing one’s hair in twisted locks.

jaṭamissa →

ncped

twisted locks of hair.

jaṭaṇduva →

ncped

roll of twisted hair.

jaṭi →

ncped

with matted hair, wearing one’s hair in twisted locks; an ascetic with twisted locks.

jaṭila →

ncped

an ascetic with twisted locks of hair.

jaṭilaka →

ncped

an ascetic with twisted locks of hair.

jaṭin →

ncped

with matted hair, wearing one’s hair in twisted locks; an ascetic with twisted locks.

jaṭita →

ncped

entangled.

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.

jinitvā →

ncped

of jayati

jāgara →

ncped

awake; vigilant; watchful.

jāgaranta →

ncped

(~antī)n. of jāgarati

jāgarat →

ncped

of jāgarati

jāgarati →

ncped

is awake; is watchful.

jāgarita →

ncped

being awake; watchfulness.

jāgariya →

ncped

, ~a, neuter wakefulness, watchfulness.

jāgariyānuyoga →

ncped

application, devotion to wakefulness.

jāla →

ncped

net; a network; a web.

jālakajāta →

ncped

covered in small buds?

jālapacchanna →

ncped

covered by a net.

jālayati →

ncped

of jāleti

jāleti →

ncped

set lights to; lights.

jāletuṃ →

ncped

of jāleti

jāli →

ncped

  1. (mfn.)

    1. having a net, ensnaring (esp. an epithet of taṇhā)
    2. marked with a network of lines?
  2. (taṇhā) the ensnarer, desire.

jāli(n)2

masculine & neuter possessing flames.

jālin →

ncped

  1. (mfn.)

    1. having a net, ensnaring (esp. an epithet of taṇhā)
    2. marked with a network of lines?
  2. (taṇhā) the ensnarer, desire.

jāli(n)2

mfn. possessing flames.

jālinī →

ncped

jālituṃ →

ncped

jālāhatthapāda →

ncped

with “netted” hands and feet, prob. with hands and feet marked with a network of lines (one of the 32 marks of a mahapurisa)

jālāsaṅkhāta →

ncped

(that) which is called a net.

jālāvātapāna →

ncped

lattice window or shutter.

jāmāta →

ncped

son-in-law.

jāmātar →

ncped

son-in-law.

jāmātara →

ncped

son-in-law.

jāna →

ncped

(one) who knows, who has an understanding.

jānamana →

ncped

of jānāti

jānanta →

ncped

of jānāti

jānapada →

ncped

belonging to or living in a country or district; belonging to the country (as opposed to the town); a country man or a woman; rustic.

jānapaṭicchanna →

ncped

(~antī)n. know and concealed.

jānat →

ncped

of jānāti

jānaṃ →

ncped

adverb of also jānāti knowingly; with knowledge

jānemu →

ncped

of jānāti

jāneyya →

ncped

of jānāti

jāneyyuṃ →

ncped

of jānāti

jāneyyāma →

ncped

of jānāti

jāneyyāsi →

ncped

of jānāti

jāni →

ncped

jāni1

feminine a wife.

jāni2

feminine loss, deprivation; fine, confiscation.

jānimha →

ncped

of jānāti

jānipatayo →

ncped

jānipatī →

ncped

the wife and husband.

jānipita →

ncped

jānipitar →

ncped

jānissami →

ncped

of jānāti

jānissati →

ncped

of jānāti

jānitabba →

ncped

jānituṃ →

ncped

of jānāti

jānitvā →

ncped

of jānāti

jāniyāma →

ncped

of jānāti

jāniyāmase →

ncped

of jānāti

jāniyāna →

ncped

of jānāti

jāniṃha →

ncped

of jānāti

jāniṃsu →

ncped

of jānāti

jānu →

ncped

the knee.

jānuka →

ncped

the knee.

jānumaṇḍala →

ncped

the knee-cap; the knee.

jānā →

ncped

of jānāti

jānāhi →

ncped

of jānāti

jānāti →

ncped

knows, knows about (someone or something); is aware (of), experiences; gets to know, finds out; knows how (to, inf.); has knowledge or understanding.

jāpayati →

ncped

of jāpeti

jāpetaya →

ncped

of jāpeti

jāpeti →

ncped

confiscates; has someone’s property confiscated, has someone fined.

jāra →

ncped

lover, an illicit or adulterous lover.

jārattana →

ncped

, abstr. the state of being a lover; an affair.

jārī →

ncped

an adulteress; a female lover.

jāta →

ncped

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

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 categories (aṅgas) of the scriptures; one of the collec …

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.

jāti →

ncped

  1. birth, being born; the possibility of being (re-) born.

  2. a birth; an existence.

    1. type of birth; class; lineage.
    2. type; kind; species.
  3. natural or true state, nature; true, genuine; …

jātibhūmaka →

ncped

belonging to the Buddha’s birth place.

jātibhūmika →

ncped

jātidhamma →

ncped

subject to, characterized by, birth; liable to come into being.

jātijāramaṇīka →

ncped

jātijāramaṇīya →

ncped

producing (further) birth, old age and death.

jātijārūpaga →

ncped

undergoing birth, old age, and death; subject to birth, old age, and death.

jātijārūpagāmin →

ncped

undergoing birth, old age, and death.

jātijātika →

ncped

born, arising from, birth.

jātikhaya →

ncped

the destruction of (re-) birth, or the possibility of birth.

jātikhayāntadassi →

ncped

seeing the destruction of (re-) birth, or, seeing the destruction of birth and death.

jātikhayāntadassin →

ncped

seeing the destruction of (re-) birth, or, seeing the destruction of birth and death.

jātikkhaya →

ncped

jātima →

ncped

of high birth or rank; excellent, genuine.

jātimanta →

ncped

jātimat →

ncped

of high birth or rank; excellent, genuine.

jātisambheda →

ncped

confusion of classes or rank; a contamination of class.

jātithera →

ncped

old, senior, from (time of) birth.

jātivibhaṅga →

ncped

the division or classification of species or kinds.

jātiya →

ncped

being of such a kind, of such a class; ? or type of birth, class, lineage; ?

jātu →

ncped

indeclinable at all; ever; undoubtedly.

jāyampatikā →

ncped

jāyamāna →

ncped

of jāyati

jāyanta →

ncped

of jāyati

jāyapatikā →

ncped

husband and wife.

jāyatana →

ncped

, abstr. of jāyā the state of being a wife; marriage

jāyate →

ncped

jāyati →

ncped

is born; comes into existence; grows.

jāyikā →

ncped

wife.

jāyissati →

ncped

of jāyati

jāyitvā →

ncped

of jāyati

jāyā →

ncped

wife.

jāyāpatika →

ncped

jāñati →

ncped

of jānāti

jāṇu →

ncped

the knee.

jāṇuka →

ncped

the knee.

jāṇumaṇḍala →

ncped

the knee-cap.

kalahajāta →

ncped

involved in contention; quarreling

kalyāṇābhijātika →

ncped

of excellent birth

kamaṇḍalu →

ncped

, neuter a water-vessel, water-jar (used by ascetics and brahmans).

kamaṇḍaluka →

ncped

, neuter carrying a water jar; furnished with a water jar

kandamūlaphalabhojana →

ncped

eating tubers, roots, and fruit.

kapiñjala →

ncped

bird, the francoline partridge

kapiñjara →

ncped

bird, the francoline partridge

kappaṃ-jaha →

ncped

kappaṃ-jaha

mfn. abandoning theories or figments

kasambujāta →

ncped

decomposed; rotten

kasambukajāta →

ncped

decomposed; rotten.

katañjalī →

ncped

with cupped hands raised to the head (in respect)

kathojja →

ncped

discussion; dispute

kañcuka →

ncped

(& ~ā f.?) a close fitting jacket, a bodice; armor, a corset.

kaṇhābhijāti →

ncped

the dark class of beings

kaṇhābhijātika →

ncped

of low birth, basely born

kaṇhābhijātiya →

ncped

of low birth, basely born

kaṇājaka →

ncped

(according to commentaries) broken rice cooked with bran (a food of poor people).

kaṇṇajappana →

ncped

(according to commentaries) muttering a spell on the ears (of an opponent); muttering a prayer in the ear of a deity

kaṭṭhapuñja →

ncped

pile of sticks, a heap of firewood

khajja →

ncped

to be eaten; (n.) solid hard food; a cake; pastry

khajjabhojja →

ncped

hard and soft food; various kinds of food

khajjabhājaka →

ncped

one who distributes hard food or cakes

khajjaka →

ncped

(& m). hard food; a cake, pastry.

khajjakabhājaka →

ncped

one who distributes hard food, cakes etc.

khajjanta →

ncped

(~āntī)n.

khajjati →

ncped

is eaten; is bitten; is consumed

khandhabīja →

ncped

(what has its) origin or sources in a trunk or stem

khandhaja →

ncped

what grows from the stem, a shoot, a sprout

khattavijjā →

ncped

the knowledge or competence required of a khattiya; polity; self-interest; expediency.

khattavijjāsippa →

ncped

the skill in polity; the branch of knowledge that is political science

khañja →

ncped

lame; limping; a lame man.

khañjamāna →

ncped

khañjati →

ncped

walks lame; limps.

khilajāta →

ncped

barren; rigid; hostile

khuddarāja →

ncped

minor or subordinate king

khuddarājan →

ncped

minor or subordinate king

khujja →

ncped

humpbacked; crooked; a hunchback.

khujjaka →

ncped

humpbacked; crooked.

khārikāja →

ncped

carrying-pole with the khāri container.

khīṇabīja →

ncped

in whom the seeds (of existence, rebirth) have perished

kilañja →

ncped

matting; a reed mat; a screen.

kilañjachatta →

ncped

sunshade or umbrella made of (woven) reeds, of matting

kilijjati →

ncped

is or becomes wet or damp; putrefies, festers.

kiñjakkha →

ncped

the filament of a plant, esp. of a lotus.

kiṃ jacca →

ncped

of what class? of what family?

kiṃ jātika →

ncped

produced by what? having what as its origin?

kiṅkiṇikajāla →

ncped

string or network of small bells

kojava →

ncped

woolen rug or cover.

kokāsakajāta →

ncped

(with opened flowers) like the red lotus.

kosajja →

ncped

sloth, indolence.

kosātakībīja →

ncped

kosātakī seed.

kotthu →

ncped

jackal

kotthuka →

ncped

jackal

koṭṭhu →

ncped

jackal

koṭṭhuka →

ncped

jackal

kumbha →

ncped

  1. a jar, pitcher; a water pot.
  2. an urn (for the bones of the dead).

kumbhakārakabhājana →

ncped

potter’s pot

kumbhaṇḍa →

ncped

who has testicles like or the size of a water-jar; the name of a kind of demon.

kusumaraja →

ncped

the pollen of flowers

kuñjara →

ncped

an elephant.

kuñjarābhiruda →

ncped

filled with the sound of elephants

kuḍḍarāja →

ncped

minor king; a subordinate king.

kuḍḍarājan →

ncped

minor king; a subordinate king.

kuṭajakasāva →

ncped

an astringent decoction from the kuṭaja tree.

kāja →

ncped

carrying-pole (a pole with ropes to which burdens are attached); a carrying-pole’s load

kāmacchanda →

ncped

desire that is appetite, sensual appetite, appetite for sensual pleasure (the first of the nīvaraṇas and one of the saṃyojanas)

kāmalābhābhijappi →

ncped

who desires to obtain sensual pleasures

kāmalābhābhijappin →

ncped

who desires to obtain sensual pleasures

kāmaṇḍaluka →

ncped

, neuter carrying a water jar; furnished with a water jar

kārabhedaka →

ncped

(one) who breaks out of confinement; a jail-breaker

kāḷajallikā →

ncped

black spot

nagara →

ncped

town; a city; esp. the seat of a rāja.

nandiṃjaha →

ncped

abandoning enjoying.

negamajanapada →

ncped

negamajānapada →

ncped

townspeople and country people.

netaṃ ṭhānaṃ vijjati →

ncped

it is (not) the case; it is (not) possible

nibbajjaya →

ncped

shunning; abandoning.

nibbajjayat →

ncped

shunning; abandoning.

nibbattabīja →

ncped

with the seed removed; (or with the seed fully developed?)

nibbenjanīya →

ncped

connected with recoiling; connected with despondency; giving up.

nibbijja →

ncped

having been disheartened or disgusted.

nibbiṭṭharājabhaṭa →

ncped

whose service to the king had been recompensed or paid off; ?

nigaṇṭha →

ncped

  1. an ascetic, specifically mahāvīra.
  2. an ascetic, especially one who is a follower of mahāvīra, a jain.

nigaṇṭhaputta →

ncped

follower of Mahavīra, a Jain ascetic.

nigaṇṭhī →

ncped

female jain ascetic.

nigaṇṭhūposata →

ncped

fast-day, a day of purification for jains.

nijjara →

ncped

wearing away; destruction.

nijjarayati →

ncped

nijjaretabba →

ncped

nijjareti →

ncped

wears away; destroys.

nijjarā →

ncped

nijjiṇṇa →

ncped

of nijjareti worn away; destroyed

nikkujja →

ncped

nikkujjanā →

ncped

, ~a, n.

nikkujjati →

ncped

nikkujjitvā →

ncped

of nikujjati

nikujja →

ncped

‘with the (hollow side of the) curve facing down’; face downwards, upside down.

nikujjanā →

ncped

, ~a, neuter placing (the bowl of a layman) face downwards; over turning.

nikujjati →

ncped

nikujjati1

pr. 3 sg. tums upside down, overtums; places face downwards; esp. tums (a layman’s bowl) upside down, refuses alms (with a…

nikujjetvā →

ncped

of nikujjati

nikujjitvā →

ncped

of nikujjati

nikujjiya →

ncped

of nikujjati

nikūjati →

ncped

makes an inarticulate noise; calls; sings.

nimbabīja →

ncped

seed of the neem tree.

nimmajjati →

ncped

rubs or wipes off.

nimmujjati →

ncped

nimugga →

ncped

of nimujjati sunk down; plunged, immersed in; submerged

nimujjanta →

ncped

of nimujjati

nimujjati →

ncped

sinks down; dives into, immerses oneself in; is submerged.

nimujjituṃ →

ncped

of nimujjati

nimujjitvā →

ncped

of nimujjati

nipajjati →

ncped

lies down.

nipajjaṃ →

ncped

nipajji →

ncped

of nipajjati

nipajjitvā →

ncped

of nipajjati having laid down; having slept

nipajjiṃsu →

ncped

of nipajjati

nipajjā →

ncped

lying down.

nipajjāpetvā →

ncped

nipanna →

ncped

of nipajjati lying down

nirassajati →

ncped

lets go.

nisajja →

ncped

nisajjati →

ncped

nisajjā →

ncped

(the act of) sitting, sitting down; a session.

nissajiṃ →

ncped

nissajjati

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

nissajjati →

ncped

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

nissajjitvāna →

ncped

of nissajjati

nissajjiṃ →

ncped

nissajjati

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

nissaṭṭha →

ncped

of nissajjati let go; set free; given up; handed over, surrendered; let fly, Thrown

nissitajappi →

ncped

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

nissitajappin →

ncped

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

nisssajja →

ncped

of nissajjati

nisāmakajātika →

ncped

naturally disposed to attending carefully; given to closely observing.

nisāmakajātiya →

ncped

nivattabīja →

ncped

whose seed is inoperative?

niyojayati →

ncped

niyojayi →

ncped

of nijoyeti

niyuñjati →

ncped

yokes; ties; impels, directs; fixes the mind on.

nujjati →

ncped

nāmarūpa →

ncped

  1. name and form;
    1. individual person or identity; interpreted as the mental and physical aspects of an individual.
    2. esp. in the paṭiccasamuppāda series: with viññāṇa furnishing (the poss …

nāmarūpajātika →

ncped

born from name and form.

nānājacca →

ncped

belonging to various families or classes.

nānārajja →

ncped

or neuter a surgical probe (?)

nānāverajjagata →

ncped

gone to various different kingdoms.

nānāverajjaka →

ncped

from various different kingdoms.

nātaputta →

ncped

Mahāvīra, leader of the Jains.

nāyati →

ncped

of jānāti is known; is known as

nīlabhijāti →

ncped

the blue-green class of beings.

ocīrakajāta →

ncped

seeming to have its bark hanging down

ojava →

ncped

vigorous, strong; sappy; juicy

ojavanikā →

ncped

the going downstream.

ojavat →

ncped

vigorous, strong; sappy; juicy

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.

oka-ñ-jaha →

ncped

oka-ñ-jaha

mfn. leaving home, abandoning a house; without resort

olujjati →

ncped

breaks away; falls into pieces.

onojana →

ncped

giving formally

oparajja →

ncped

the state of being an uparāja, vice royalty)

opuñjati →

ncped

heaps up, collects.

opuñjāpetvā →

ncped

having made caused someone to wipe

osajjati →

ncped

lets go, releases; throws; abandons

ossajati →

ncped

lets go, releases; throws; abandons

ossajjati →

ncped

lets go, releases; throws; abandons

oṇojana →

ncped

giving formally

sa-upavajja →

ncped

sa-upavajja

mfn. open to criticism, blameworthy

savajja →

ncped

blameworthy, faulty

sānuvajja →

ncped

to be censured; at fault

tagaramallikā →

ncped

(the scent of) tagara and jasmine.

tajja →

ncped

coming from or belonging to or relating to him/her/that; of the same kind; appropriate to that.

tajjaniya →

ncped

tajjaniyakamma →

ncped

tajjaniyakammakata →

ncped

tajjanīkata →

ncped

dealt with by a formal act of the saṅgha expressing a rebuke.

tajjanīya →

ncped

concerning a rebuke; (a formal act of the saṅgha) expressing a rebuke.

tajjanīyakamma →

ncped

formal act of the saṅgha expressing rebuke.

tajjanīyakammakata →

ncped

dealt with by a formal act of the saṅgha expressing a rebuke; under censure.

tajjayati →

ncped

of tajjeti

tantākulakajāta →

ncped

entangled like a ball of string.

tatoja →

ncped

born from that.

tatthajātaka →

ncped

growing there; having its origin there.

taṇhājatika →

ncped

born from craving.

taṇhājāla →

ncped

the net of craving.

tedaṇḍika →

ncped

paribbājaka who carries three staves.

teja →

ncped

tejasā, tejena; gen. tejaso, tejassa; loc. tejasmiṃ; pl. nom. tejā; iic tejo-, teja-) 2. fire, flame, heat. 3. fiery energy;…

tejadhātu →

ncped

the element of fire.

tejagaharaka →

ncped

who scorns or disparages (the element of fire)

tejajiggicchaka →

ncped

who spurns or despises (the element of) fire.

tejana →

ncped

the shaft of an arrow; an arrow.

tejas →

ncped

tejasā, tejena; gen. tejaso, tejassa; loc. tejasmiṃ; pl. nom. tejā; iic tejo-, teja-) 2. fire, flame, heat. 3. fiery energy;…

tejasi →

ncped

tejasin →

ncped

tejassi →

ncped

full of fiery power or energy.

tejassin →

ncped

full of fiery power or energy.

teji →

ncped

fiery; brilliant (from teja(s))

tejin →

ncped

fiery; brilliant (from teja(s))

tevijja →

ncped

knowing the three Vedas; possessed of the three knowledges.

tevijjaka →

ncped

tevijjaka1

mfn. who knows the three Vedas.

tevijjaka2

mfn. connected with the three Vedas; belonging to those who know the…

thullavajja →

ncped

thūlavajja →

ncped

serious offense; being a serious offense.

timbaruka →

ncped

the name of a paribbājaka.

tiracchānavijjā →

ncped

worldly science (especially connected with prognosticating)

tirojanapada →

ncped

another (distant) district or country.

tirorāja →

ncped

king of another (distant) country.

tirorājan →

ncped

king of another (distant) country.

titthiyaddhaja →

ncped

the emblem or characteristic sign of one belonging to another sect,

titthiyadhaja →

ncped

the emblem or characteristic sign of one belonging to another sect,

tiyojana →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) three yojanas in extent.
  2. (n.) a distance of three yojanas.

tiyojanasatika →

ncped

measuring 300 yojanas.

tujjamāna →

ncped

of tudati pierced or struck

ubbhajānumaṇḍala →

ncped

above the kneecap; what is above the kneecap

ubbhajānumaṇḍalaṃ →

ncped

above the kneecap

ubbhajānumaṇḍalikā →

ncped

allowing contact above the kneecap

ubbhijja →

ncped

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

ubhatokāja →

ncped

carrying pole with a load at each end

ubhatovyañjana →

ncped

having the sexual characteristics of both sexes; hermaphrodite

ubhatovyañjanaka →

ncped

having the sexual characteristics of both sexes; hermaphrodite

ucchejjati →

ncped

ucchijja →

ncped

ucchijjati →

ncped

udakakaṭāha →

ncped

water-jar

udakumbha →

ncped

water jar.

udakumbhaka →

ncped

water jar.

udapajjatha →

ncped

udañjala →

ncped

or n. (?) a game in the water (?); watery mud (?).

uggateja →

ncped

of terrible fiery power; of fierce heat; of powerful energy.

ujjagghanti →

ncped

ujjagghati →

ncped

laughs at; laughs loudly

ujjaggheti →

ncped

laughs at; laughs loudly

ujjagghi →

ncped

loud laughter.

ujjagghikā →

ncped

(from ujjagghati) loud laughter.

ujjagghiyamāna →

ncped

ujjaha →

ncped

ujjahat →

ncped

ujjahati →

ncped

abandons, gives up.

ujjalayati →

ncped

cause to blaze up; kindles; lights

ujjaletabba →

ncped

ujjaleti →

ncped

cause to blaze up; kindles; lights

ujjaliyati →

ncped

is kindled; is lit

ujjaliṃsu →

ncped

were shining; were blazing up.

ujjava →

ncped

moving up (of the yarn? a spinning term).

ujjavajjava →

ncped

each moving up

ujjavanikā →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) going upstream.
  2. (f.) the going upstream.

ujjavi →

ncped

went upstream.

ujjaviṃsu →

ncped

went upstream.

ujjaṅgalanagaraka →

ncped

little wasteland town, a little rough-country town.

ukkhaliparimajjana →

ncped

dishcloth, a cleaning rag.

ukkhitta-ojjagghikā →

ncped

ukkhitta-ojjagghikā

feminine raised (robe) and loud laughter

ukkujja →

ncped

‘with the (hollow side of the) curve upward, concave’; set upright, being the right way up.

ukkujjanā →

ncped

setting upright; turning the right way up.

ukkujjati →

ncped

holds or sets upright; holds or sets the right way up; esp. turns (the bowl) the right way up (to accept food again from a layman whose alms had been refused)

ukkujjavakujja →

ncped

the setting up and upsetting; the rise and fall

ummujjamāna →

ncped

ummujjamānaka →

ncped

(one) who emerges, is raising his head, popping his head up.

ummujjana →

ncped

(emergence of) an idea; conception.

ummujjanimujjā →

ncped

immersing oneself and emerging; diving in and emerging.

ummujjanta →

ncped

ummujjati →

ncped

ummujjati1

pr. 3 sg. emerges (from); emerges on the surface (esp. of water); raises one’s head (out of).

ummujjati2

pr. 3…

upabbajati →

ncped

goes towards, approaches; visits; becomes involved with.

upacchijjati →

ncped

upajānāti →

ncped

finds out (for oneself), ascertains; invents; knows by personal experience (+ acc. or gen.); (first) teaches.

upajāyati →

ncped

is produced (in addition); appears; is (re)born.

upakaṇṇakajappi →

ncped

whisper in the ear

upakaṇṇakajappin →

ncped

whisper in the ear

upanibajjate →

ncped

upanibajjati →

ncped

upanipajjati →

ncped

lies down beside or near (+acc.).

upapajja →

ncped

upapajjat →

ncped

upapajjatha →

ncped

upapajjati →

ncped

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

upapajjaṃ →

ncped

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).

uparajja →

ncped

(from uparāja) the state of being an uparāja, viceroyalty.

upasampajja →

ncped

  1. reaching, attaining; having entered upon.
  2. being ordained; after ordination

upasampajjati →

ncped

obtains; is ordained, is received into the saṅgha; obtains the upasampadā ordination.

upavajja →

ncped

upavajja1

fpp mfn.

upavajja2

fpp mfn. to be criticized, blameworthy

upavajjakula →

ncped

family which can be approached

upavijañña →

ncped

close to giving birth, in advanced stage of pregnancy.

uppajjamāna →

ncped

uppajjati →

ncped

arises, comes into being; appears, is produced; becomes available.

uppaṇḍuppaṇḍukajāta →

ncped

extremely yellow; extremely pale

uyyojana →

ncped

stimulating, incitement.

uyyojanikapaṭisaṃyutta →

ncped

connected with rousing action; coupled with a dismissal.

uyyojayati →

ncped

stimulates, rouses to action; makes go; sends out, sends away, dismisses

uyyuñjati →

ncped

goes away; makes efforts, is active.

ñasi →

ncped

of jānāti

ñassati →

ncped

of jānāti

ñatabba →

ncped

of jānāti to be known, to be understood

ñatayya →

ncped

of jānāti

ñatuṃ →

ncped

of jānāti

ñatvā →

ncped

of jānāti

ñatvāna →

ncped

of jānāti

ñeyya →

ncped

of jānāti to be known; knowable; being an object of knowledge

ñāteyya →

ncped

of jānāti

ñāyati →

ncped

of jānāti is known; is known as

ājagamuṃ →

ncped

perf. 3 plural

ājananta →

ncped

ājañña →

ncped

thoroughbred (esp. of horses, but also of other animals and of men).

ājaññaratha →

ncped

carriage draw by thoroughbreds

ājjava →

ncped

(from uju) uprightness; straightness.

ājānamāna →

ncped

ājānissati →

ncped

ājānituṃ →

ncped

ājānitvā →

ncped

ājāniṃsu →

ncped

ājānāti →

ncped

understands; perceives

ājānīya →

ncped

well-bred; thoroughbred, noble (of animals, esp. horses; also of people); a thoroughbred.

ājānīyajjāyita →

ncped

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

ājāyati →

ncped

is born.

ānandajanana →

ncped

(~ī)n. producing joy

ānandajāta →

ncped

full of joy

ānejja →

ncped

immovability; imperturbability.

ānejjakārana →

ncped

the feat of immovability (or a trained elephant)

ānejjapatta →

ncped

who or which has reached immovability or imperturbability

ānejjappatta →

ncped

who or which has reached immovability or imperturbability

āneñja →

ncped

(& mfn.?)

  1. (n.) immovability; imperturbability.
  2. (mfn., or n. in apposition?) unmoved; not to be stirred; imperturbable (often applied both to determinative actions leading to existence in arūpāv …

āneñjabhisaṅkhāra →

ncped

an accumulation of motive force, impetus, for arūpa states

āneñjakāraṇa →

ncped

the feat of immovability (or a trained elephant)

āneñjapatta →

ncped

who or which has reached immovability or imperturbability

āneñjappatta →

ncped

who or which has reached immovability or imperturbability

āpajja →

ncped

āpajjamāna →

ncped

āpajjanta →

ncped

(~antī)n.

āpajjati →

ncped

comes to, reaches; enters upon, falls into, is reduced to (a state or condition), is changed into; gets into trouble; commits an offense (with āpatti or used absolutely), transgresses; happens, occurs.

āpajjita →

ncped

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

āpajjitar →

ncped

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

ārajayārajayā →

ncped

scoring again and again.

āsajja →

ncped

āsajjana →

ncped

āsajjanaṃ →

ncped

āsava →

ncped

  1. ‘inflowing’, influence (the concerns, attitudes, predispositions, listed as kāma, bhava, avijjā, and sometimes, ditthi, which form an obstacle to the realization of the truth.
  2. affliction, pain ( …

āttañjaha →

ncped

abandoning what has been grasped

āttañjahadaṇḍa →

ncped

āttañjahadaṇḍa1

mfn. who has taken a stick in hand, who has embraced violence

āttañjahadaṇḍa2

mfn. a raised…

āvajjati →

ncped

  1. tilts, tips up (to pour out); tips over.
  2. turns (one’s mind) to, gives one’s attention to; ponders over, thinks about

āvajjayati →

ncped

  1. tilts, tips up (to pour out); tips over.
  2. turns (one’s mind) to, gives one’s attention to; ponders over, thinks about

āviñjana →

ncped

pulling; drawing towards; attracting

āviñjanacchidda →

ncped

the pulling-hole (for pulling a door closed with one’s finger or a rope)

āviñjanarajju →

ncped

the pullingrope, the rope for pulling the door or door-bolt closed

āviñjati →

ncped

pulls; draws to oneself; attracts.

āyatijātijarāmaraṇiya →

ncped

leading to birth, old age and death in the future

ūmijāta →

ncped

covered in ripples, disturbed

abhiññā →

nyana

Abhiññā: The 6 ‘higher powers’, or supernormal knowledge’s, consist of 5 mundane lokiya powers attainable through the utmost perfection in mental concentration samādhi and one supra-mundane * …

access →

nyana

Access: Moment of access into one-pointed concentration: see: javana

advertence →

nyana

Advertence: Directing of mind to the object: āvajjana is one of the functions of consciousness viññāna-kicca. Cf. manasikāra

age →

nyana

Age: Old: Jarā

alcohol prohibition →

nyana

[[alcohol prohibition]]Alcohol restriction: see: surāmeraya - majja - ppamādatthānā. The 5th training rule.

analytical doctrine →

nyana

[[analytical doctrine]]Analytical doctrine: vibhajja-vāda

anuloma-citta →

nyana

…the 4 moments of impulsion javana flashing up immediately before either reaching the absorptions jhāna or the supra-mundane paths see:…

anusaya →

nyana

kāma-rāga samyojana,
2: The latent tendency to aversion patigha,
3: The latent tendency to speculative opinion ditthi,
4:…

anāgāmī →

nyana

…5 lower mental chains samyojana, reappears in a higher world amongst the devas of the Pure Abodes, suddhāvāsa, and without returning from…

aparihāna-dhamma →

nyana

…of existence see: samyojana. Thus all Noble Disciples are called, i.e. all those who have attained any of the 4 noble paths to Nobility see:…

ariya-puggala →

nyana

…first 3 mental chains samyojana, which bind beings to existence in the sense-sphere, to wit:

1: Personality-belief sakkāya-ditthi, see….

asmi-māna →

nyana

…as the 8th fetter samyojana, until the attainment of Arahatship or Nobility. It falsely assumes an entity ‘I’ the be real and existent. It is…

avijjā →

nyana

…the 10 mental chains samyojana, which bind beings to the cycle of rebirths. As the first two roots of evil, greed and hate (see: mūla ), are…

bhojane mattaññutā →

nyana

[[bhojane mattaññutā]]Bhojane mattaññutā: ‘knowing the measure in eating’.

Now, o Bhikkhus, the Bhikkhu wisely reflecting partakes of his…

birth process →

nyana

[[birth process]]Birth process: upapatti-bhava: see: bhava. Further see: patisandhi, jāti

bojjhanga →

nyana

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

carana →

nyana

Carana: see: vijjā-carana.

chanda →

nyana

…formula of the 4 right efforts see: padhāna The Bhikkhu rouses his will chandam janeti. ..; If intensified, it is one of the 4 roads to…

citta-ja (citta-samutthāna)-rūpa →

nyana

[[citta-ja (citta-samutthāna)-rūpa]]Citta-ja citta-samutthāna-rūpa: ‘mind-produced materiality’; see: samutthāna

clarity of consciousness →

nyana

[[clarity of consciousness]]Clarity of consciousness: sampajañña

co-nascence →

nyana

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

comprehension →

nyana

…tr. for full understanding, see:…

conceit →

nyana

Conceit: māna, further see: samyojana

consciousness: viññāna →

nyana

…produced by °: citta - ja - rūpa see: samutthāna - Abodes or supports of °: cf. viññānatthiti Functions of °:…

eating →

nyana

Eating: knowing the measure in bhojane mattaññutā.

emotion →

nyana

Emotion: 8 sources of e.: samvega-vatthu. The 4 places rousing emotion; samvejanīya-tthāna

femininity →

nyana

Femininity: s bhāva indriya

fetters = Mental chains: The 10 f. binding to existence; see: samyojana

fivefold sense-door →

nyana

[[fivefold sense-door]]Fivefold sense-door: Directing to the: pañcadvārāvajjana see: viññāna-kicca.

gotrabhū →

nyana

…of the 4 impulse moments javana cf. viññāna-kicca immediately preceding the entering into an absorption jhāna or into one of the…

homelessness →

nyana

Homelessness: going into pabbajjā Cf. Progress of the disciple.

ignorance →

nyana

*Ignorance: avijjā, further see: paticcasamuppāda 1.

ill-will →

nyana

…is a synonym of dosa see: mūla and patigha and is one of the 10 mental chains samyojana, 5 hindrances nīvarana and 10 disadvantageous…

imperturbable karma-formations →

nyana

[[imperturbable karma-formations]]Imperturbable kammic-constructions: āneñjābhisankhāra see: sankhāra

impulsion →

nyana

Impulsion: javana

infatuation →

nyana

Infatuation: cf. mada, moha see: mūla, avijjā.

janaka-kamma →

nyana

Janaka-kamma: ‘regenerative kamma’; see: kamma.

jarā →

nyana

Jarā: ‘old age, decay’, is one of the 3 divine messengers see: deva-dūta. For its conditioning by birth, see: paticcasamuppāda 11.

javana →

nyana

Javana: fr. javati to impel: ‘impulsion’, is the phase of full cognition in the cognitive series, or perceptual process citta-vīthi see….

jhāna →

nyana

…born of detachment vivekaja and filled with rapture pīti and joy sukha he enters the first absorption.

2;After the…

jāti →

nyana

Jāti: ‘birth’, comprises the entire embryonic process beginning with conception and ending with parturition.

The birth of beings belonging to this or that order of beings, their being born, their …

pabbajjā →

nyana

Pabbajjā: lit. ‘the going forth’, or more fully stated, ‘the going forth from home to the homeless life’ of a Bhikkhu agārasmā, anagāriyam consists in severing all family and social ties to li …

paccavekkhana-ñāna →

nyana

…directing manodvārāvajjana arises at the mind-door, for the purpose of reviewing the just passed path -moment. Now, as soon as this stage…

paccaya →

nyana

…preceding impulse moments javana - citta are for all the succeeding ones a condition by way of repetition and frequency, just as in learning…

pacchājāta-paccaya →

nyana

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

papañca →

nyana

Papañca: Sanskrit prapañca In doctrinal usage, it signifies the expansion, differentiation, ‘diffuseness’ or ‘manifoldness’ of the world; and it may also refer to the ‘phenomenal world’ in gener …

paramattha →

nyana

…in full. On these see K N. Jayatilleke, Early Buddhist Theory of Knowledge London, 1963, pp. 361ff.

In Mahāyana, the Mādhyamika school has…

paramī →

nyana

…translated in The Discourse on the All-Embracing Net of Views Brahmajala Sutta, with Com.. tr. by Bhikkhu Bodhi BPS.

parikamma →

nyana

Parikamma: ‘preparatory-moment’: see: javana

paticcasamuppāda →

nyana

…Old Age and Death jarā - marana

Rebirth-Process upapattibhava

5 results: 3-7

Before taking up the study of the following…

patisandhi →

nyana

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pañcadvārāvajjana →

nyana

Pañcadvārāvajjana: ‘directing to the 5-sense-doors’; see: viññāna-kicca

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.

preparatory concentration →

nyana

[[preparatory concentration]]Preparatory concentration: and preparatory image, etc.: see: samādhi javana

progress of the disciple →

nyana

…consciousness sati-sampajañña he choses a secluded dwelling, and freeing his mind from the 5 hindrances nīvarana he reaches full…

pubbenivāsānussati →

nyana

Pubbenivāsānussati: ‘remembrance of former births’, is one of the higher powers abhiññā, and a factor of threefold knowledge tevijja.

purejāta-paccaya →

nyana

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

puthujjana →

nyana

Puthujjana: lit.: ‘one of the many folk’, ‘worldling’, ordinary man, is any layman or Bhikkhu who is still possessed of all the 10 mental chains…

pārisuddhi-padhāniyanga →

nyana

Pārisuddhi-padhāniyanga: the 4 ‘elements of the effort for purity’, are: effort for purity of morality sīla - parisuddhi - padhāniyanga for purity of mind citta of view ditthi of deli …

pīti →

nyana

…word. with ‘gladness’ pāmojja or ‘happiness’ sukha some Western translations have wrongly taken it as a synonym of these two terms. Pīti,…

pūjā →

nyana

…blessing; pūjā ca pūjaniyesu etam mangalam uttamarn See Dhp. 195f.

2: The Buddha did not think much of mere outer worship.;Not thus,…

tathāgata →

nyana

Tathāgata: the ‘Perfect One’, lit. the one who has ‘thus gone’, or ‘thus come’, is an epithet of the Buddha used by him when speaking of himself.

To the often asked questions, whether the Tathāga …

te-vijja →

nyana

Te-vijja: ‘one endowed with the threefold higher knowledge’. In Brahmanism means ‘knower of the 3 Vedas’ tri - vidyā in Buddhism means one…

ti-lakkhana →

nyana

…him the mental chains samyojana are dissolved; S. XXXV, 53.

It is the full comprehension of the 3 characteristics by direct meditative…

titthāyatana →

nyana

…the Nigganthas, the modern Jains. The fault with this doctrine is that it does not account for that happiness and woe which either are the result…

ādibrahmacariyaka-sīla →

nyana

…rules and ritual; see: samyojana he becomes one who will be ‘reborn 7 times at most’ see: sotāpanna and after only seven times more wandering…

ākāsa →

nyana

…is in Atthasālini called ajatākāsa unentangled’, i.e. unobstructed or empty space. It is the object of the first formless absorption see:…

ānantarika-kamma →

nyana

Ānantarika-kamma: the 5 heinous ‘actions with immediate destiny’ are: Killing father, killing mother, killing an Arahat, wounding a Buddha so he bleeds, creating schism in the Bhikkhu-Sangha. In …

āneñja →

nyana

Āneñja: Static imperturbability, denotes the mental state of being(s) in the formless sphere arūpāvacara avacara, see: sankhāra cf. M….

āsava →

nyana

Āsava: lit: fermentations, taints, corruptions, intoxicant biases. There is a list of four as in D. 16, Pts.M., Vibh.:
1: The mental fermentation of sense-desire kāmāsava, Ex: ’All is pleasan …

āvajjana →

nyana

= pañca dvārāvajjana, in the case of a mental object, an idea or mental state then it is called ‘mind-door directing’ mano -…

āyatana →

nyana

…functions of directing āvajjana attention to the sense-object, and of receiving sampaticchana the data of the sense-object. On the functions…

āyūhana →

nyana

…first six impulse-moments javana depending on one and the same state of directing āvajjana (see. viññāna-kicca ), these are called the…

a →

pts

…(for ā-majjapa = majjapa) Ja.vi.328; amāpaya (for āmāpaya = māpaya) Ja.vi.518; apassato (= passantassa)

abbahati →

pts

…uddharatha)
aor abbahi Ja.v.198 (variant reading BB abbuhi), abbahī (metri causa) Ja.iii.390 (variant reading BB dhabbuḷi = abbuḷhi) =…

abbaje →

pts

…AN.ii.39, evidently interpreted by ed. as ā + vraje, pot. of ā + vraj to go to, come to (cp pabbajati), but is preferably with variant reading…

abbeti →

pts

at Ja.iii.34 & Ja.vi.17 is probably a mistake in MSS for appeti.

Trenckner, Notes 64 n. 19

abbha →

pts

…of a storm-cloud Thag.1064; Ja.vi.249, Ja.vi.250; Vv.1#1 (= valāhaka-sikhara Vv-a.12)

  • -ghana a mass of clouds, a thick…

abbhakkhāti →

pts

…speak against to accuse, slander DN.i.161 = AN.i.161 (an-abbhakkhātu-kāma); AN.iv.182 (id.); Ja.iv.377. Cp. Intens….

abbhantara →

pts

…of, within (c. gen. or-˚) Ja.i.262 (rañño), Ja.i.280 (tuyhaṃ); Dhp-a.ii.64 (variant reading antare), Dhp-a.ii.92 (sattavass˚); Pv-a.48 (=…

abbhantarika →

pts

…confidant, “chum” Ja.i.86 (+ ativissāsika), Ja.i.337 (“insider”, opp. bāhiraka).

fr. abbhantara, cp. Sk. abhyantara in same…

abbhantarima →

pts

adjective internal, inner (opp. bāhirima) Vin.iii.149; Ja.v.38.

superl. formation fr. abbhantara in contrasting function

abbhatika →

pts

adjective brought (to), procured, got, Ja.vi.291.

ā + bhata + ika, bhṛ.

abbhatikkanta →

pts

one who has thoroughly, left behind Ja.v.376.

pp. of abhi + ati + kram, cp. atikkanta

abbhatthatā →

pts

“going towards setting”, disappearance, death Ja.v.469.

abstr. fr. abbhatta

abbhatīta →

pts

…is gone or over the past Ja.iii.169. 2. passed away, dead MN.i.465; SN.iv.398; Thag.242, Thag.1035. 3. transgressed, overstepped neglected…

abbhañjana →

pts

anointing, lubricating, oiling; unction, unguent Vin.i.205; Vin.iii.79; Mil.367 (akkhassa a.); Vism.264; Vv-a.295.

fr. abbhañjati

abbhañjati →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.311; Vv-a.68 (sata-pāka-telena). Caus. abbhañjeti same Ja.i.438 (telena ˚etvā); Ja.v.376 (sata-pāka-telena ˚ayiṃsu);…

abbhita →

pts

…at Pv.i.12#3 in sense of “called” (an˚ uncalled), where id p. at Ja.iii.165 reads anavhāta & at Thig.129 ayācita.

pp. of abbheti

abbhocchinna →

pts

…not cut off, uninterrupted, continuous Ja.i.470 (variant reading abbo˚); Ja.vi.254, Ja.vi.373; Cp.i.6#3; Mil.72 Vism.362 (bb),…

abbhokāsa →

pts

…AN.iv.437, AN.v.65; Snp.p.139 (˚e nissinna sitting in the open) Ja.i.29, Ja.i.215; Pp.57.

abhi + avakāsa

abbhokāsika →

pts

…Vin.v.131, Vin.v.193; Ja.iv.8 (+ nesajjika); Pp.69; Mil.20, Mil.342. (One of the 13 Dhutaṃgas). See also Mnd.188; Cnd.587.

*…

abbhu →

pts

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

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

abbhuggacchati →

pts

…Ja.i.88 (ākāsaṃ), Ja.i.202; Dhp-a.iv.198 aor. -gañchi MN.i.126 (kittisaddo); Ja.i.93
pp abbhuggata.

abhi…

abbhujjalana →

pts

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

abhi + ud + jalana, from jval

abbhukkirati →

pts

…(cakkaratanaṃ; neither with Morris J.P.T.S. 1886, 131 “give up”, nor with trsl. of Ja.ii.311 “roll along”); Ja.v.390; Pv-a.75. Cp….

abbhuta →

pts

…Vin.iii.138; Vin.iv.5; Ja.i.191; Ja.v.427; Ja.vi.192; Pv-a.151; & in phrase pañcahi sahassehi abbhutaṃ hotu Ja.vi.193.

=…

abbhuṇṇata →

pts

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

abbhāhata →

pts

…Thag.448; Snp.581; Ja.vi.26 Ja.vi.440; Vism.31, Vism.232; DN-a.i.140, DN-a.i.147; Dhp-a.iv.25.

abhi + ā + hata, pp. of…

abbhāmatta →

pts

…cloud (thus C. on SN.i.205 & Ja.iii.309) SN.i.205 = Thag.652 (variant reading abbha˚ & abbhāmutta) = Ja.iii.309 (variant reading ˚mutta).

abbhā…

abbohārika →

pts

…361 n. 4) 2. uncommon, extraordinary Ja.iii.309 (variant reading BB abbho˚); Ja.v.271, Ja.v.286 (Kern: ineffective).

a + vi + ava +…

abbokiṇṇa →

pts

  1. filled MN.i.387 (paripuṇṇa +); Dhp-a.iv.182 (pañca jātisatāni a.).
  2. abbocchinna*, a + vi + ava + chinna] uninterrupted, constant, as -ṃ adv. in combn. wi …

abbuda →

pts

Kindred Sayings p. 190); Ja.iii.360 (sataṃ ninnahuta-sahassānaṃ ekaṃ abbudaṃ). 4. a term used for “hell” in the riddle SN.i.43…

abbuhati →

pts

…uddharatha)
aor abbahi Ja.v.198 (variant reading BB abbuhi), abbahī (metri causa) Ja.iii.390 (variant reading BB dhabbuḷi = abbuḷhi) =…

abbūḷha →

pts

…a. Snp-a.518); Ja.iii.390 = Vv.83#10 = Pv.i.8#7 = Dhp-a.i.30
■ In other connection: MN.i.139 = AN.iii.84 (˚esika = taṇhā…

abbūḷhita →

pts

(& abbūhitta at Ja.iii.541) pulled out, removed, destroyed Mnd.59 (abbūḷhita-sallo + uddhaṭa˚ etc. for abbūḷha); Ja.iii.541 (uncertain…

abhabba →

pts

…(see Kp-a.189); Dhp.32; Ja.i.116; Pp.13.

  • -ṭṭhāna a (moral) impossibility of which there are 9 enumerated among things that are not…

abhejja →

pts

…of strong character abhijja-hadaya); Pp.30 (= acchejja Pp-a.212); Mil.160 (˚parisā); Sdhp.312 (+ appadusiya); Pgdp.97 (˚parivāra).

grd….

abhi →

pts

…be-get, ˚tthaneti = ˚gajjati, ˚nadati “er tönen”, ˚nandati approve of (cp. anerkennen), ˚passati con-template, ˚ramati indulge in,…

abhibhavati →

pts

…SN.i.249 (sāmikaṃ); Ja.i.56 Ja.i.280; Pv-a.94 (= balīyati, vaḍḍhati)
fut abhihessati see abhihāreti 4 …

abhibhūta →

pts

…DN.i.121; SN.i.137 (jāti-jarā˚); SN.ii.228 (lābhasakkāra-silokena); AN.i.202 (pāpakehi dhammehi); Ja.i.189; Pv-a.14, Pv-a.41 (= pareta),…

abhicchanna →

pts

…or adorned with (-˚) Ja.ii.48 (hema-jāla˚, variant reading abhisañchanna), Ja.ii.370 (id.); Snp.772 (= ucchanna āvuṭa etc. Mnd.24,…

abhicchita →

pts

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

abhi + icchita, cp. Sk. abhīpsita

abhiceteti →

pts

to intend, devise, have in mind Ja.iv.310 (manasā pāpaṃ).

abhi + ceteti

abhida →

pts

…unbroken unrestricted (abhijja or abhīta “fearless”?“) or does abhida represent Vedic abhidyu heavenly?

Abhida2

Only in the…

abhidassana →

pts

sight, appearance, show Ja.vi.193.

abhi + dassana

abhidhāreti →

pts

to hold aloft Ja.i.34 = Bv.iv.1.

abhi + dhāreti

abhidhāvati →

pts

to run towards, to rush about, rush on, hasten Vin.ii.195; SN.i.209; Ja.ii.217 Ja.iii.83; Dhp-a.iv.23.

abhi + dhāvati

abhidhāvin →

pts

adjective fr. abhidhāvati] “pouring in”, rushing on, running Ja.vi.559.

abhidosa →

pts

˚- the evening before, last night; ˚kālakata MN.i.170 = Ja.i.81; ˚gata gone last night Ja.vi.386 (hiyyo paṭhama-yāme C.).

abhigajjati →

pts

…or railing = gajjanto uggajjanto Mnd.172); ger. abhigajjiya thundering Cp.iii.10#8. 2. hum, chatter, twitter (of birds); see…

abhigajjin →

pts

adjective warbling, singing, chattering Thag.1108, Thag.1136.

fr. abhigajjati

abhigīta →

pts

…See Snp-a.151. 2. resounding with filled with song (of birds) Ja.vi.272 (= abhiruda).

pp. of abhigāyati, cp. gīta

abhihanati →

pts

…+ ;…

abhiharati →

pts

…fetch DN.iii.170; Ja.i.54, Ja.i.157; Ja.iii.537; Ja.iv.421; DN-a.i.272. 2. to curse, revile, abuse [cp. Sk. anuvyāharati & abhivyā˚]…

abhihāra →

pts

bringing, offering, gift SN.i.82; Snp.710; Ja.i.81 (āsanâ).

fr. abhiharati

abhijacca →

pts

adjective of noble birth Ja.v.120.

Sk. ābhijātya; abhi + jacca

abhijalati →

pts

to shine forth, ppr. ˚anto resplendent Pv-a.189.

abhi + jalati

abhijaneti →

pts

occasional spelling for abhijāneti.

abhijappana →

pts

…up or wring his hands DN.i.11; DN-a.i.97.

doubtful whether to jappati or to japati to mumble, to which belongs jappana in kaṇṃa˚ DN-a.i.97

abhijappati →

pts

Kindred Sayings p. 180) = Ja.iii.359 (= namati pattheti piheti C.); Snp.923, Snp.1046 (+ āsiṃsati thometi; Cnd.79 = jappati & same under…

abhijappin →

pts

adjective praying for, desiring AN III.353 (kāma-lābha˚).

fr. abhijappati

abhijappā →

pts

praying for, wishing, desire, longing Dhs.1059 = Nd ii.taṇhā ii. Dhs.1136.

abstr. fr. abhijappati, cp. jappā

abhijavati →

pts

to be eager, active Snp.668.

abhi + javati

abhijeti →

pts

to win, acquire, conquer Ja.vi.273 (ābhi˚ metri causā).

abhi + jayati

abhijigiṃsati →

pts

to wish to overcome, to covet Ja.vi.193 (= jinituṃ icchati C). Burmese scribes spell -jigīsati; Thag.743 (“cheat”? Mrs Rh. D.;…

abhijjamāna →

pts

…ed. 1904, reads abhejjamāne and tr. ʻnot dividing (the water)’; at DN.i.212 it reads abhijjamāno and tr. ʻnot sinking (in the…

abhijjanaka →

pts

adjective not to be broken, not to be moved or changed uninfluenced Ja.ii.170; Dhp-a.iii.189.

a + bhijjana + ka, from bhijja, grd. of bhid

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…

abhijjhāti →

pts

…ger. abhijjhāya Ja.vi.174 (= patthetvā C.)
pp abhijjhita.

cp. abhidyāti, abhi + jhāyati1; see…

abhijoteti →

pts

to make clear, explain, illuminate Ja.v.339.

abhi + joteti

abhijāna →

pts

(nt. or m?) recognition, remembrance, recollection Mil.78. See also abhiññā.

Sk. abhijñāna

abhijānāti →

pts

…Gotamassa na a.) Ja.iv.142; Pv.ii.7#10 = Pv.ii.10#3 (n’ābhijānāmi bhuttaṃ vā pītaṃ) Sdhp.550; etc
pot abhijāneyya

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

abhijāti →

pts

  1. Species. Only as t. t. in use by certain non-Buddhist teachers. They divided mankind into six species, each named after a colour DN.i.53, DN.i.54; AN.iii.383 ff. (quoted DN-a.i.162) gives details …

abhijātika →

pts

…Snp.563 = Thag.833; cp. Ja P T S. 1893, 11 in sense of “evil disposed or of bad character” at Ja.v.87 (= kāḷaka-sabhāva C.).

fr….

abhijātitā →

pts

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

abstr. fr. abhijāti

abhijāyati →

pts

…(abhijāyati = bhavati).

abhi + jāyati, Pass. of jan, but in sense of a Caus. = janeti

abhijīhanā →

pts

strenuousness, exertion, strong endeavour Ja.vi.373 (viriyakaraṇa C.).

abhi + jīhanā of jeh to open ones mouth

abhikaṅkhati →

pts

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

abhikirati →

pts

…variant reading atikirati); Ja.iv.121 (˚kīrati; dīpaṃ = viddhaṃseti C.), Ja.vi.541 (nandiyo m˚ abhikīrare = abhikiranti abhikkamanti C.);…

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

abhilambati →

pts

…(q.v.).

abhi +…

abhilambita →

pts

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

pp. of abhilambati

abhilaṅghati →

pts

to ascend, rise, travel or pass over (of the moon traversing the sky) Ja.iii.364; Ja.vi.221.

abhi + langhati

abhilāpa →

pts

…combd. with vyañjana & trsl. by Mrs. Rh. D. as “a distinctive mark of discourse”); DN-a.i.20, DN-a.i.23, DN-a.i.281;…

abhimana →

pts

adjective having one’s mind turned on, thinking of or on (c. acc.) Thag.1122; Ja.vi.451.

abhi + mano, BSk. abhimana, e.g. Mvu.iii.259

abhimatthati →

pts

…(variant reading ˚nth˚); Ja.iv.457 (matthako sikharena ˚matthiyamāno) Dhp-a.iii.152 (= kantati viddhaṃseti). 2. to rub, to produce by…

abhimukha →

pts

…(varaṇa-rukkha˚); Ja.ii.3 (nagara˚), Ja.ii.416 (Jetavana˚); Dhp-a.i.170 (tad˚); Dhp-a.ii.89 (nagara˚); Pv-a.3 (kāma˚, opp….

abhimāra →

pts

bandit, bravo, robber Ja.ii.199; DN-a.i.152.

cp. Sk. abhimara slaughter

abhinadati →

pts

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

abhi + nadati

abhinandana →

pts

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

fr. abhinandati, cp. nandanā

abhinava →

pts

…new or fresh Vin.iii.337; Ja.ii.143 (devaputta), Ja.ii.435 (so read for accuṇha in expln of paccaggha; v.v. ll. abbhuṇha &…

abhinibbatteti →

pts

to produce, cause, cause to become SN.iii.152; AN.v.47; Nd ii.under jāneti.

abhi + nibbatteti, caus. of ˚nibbattati

abhinibbijjati →

pts

…˚nibbajjeyyātha & ˚nibbijjayātha); ger. abhinibbijja Thig.84.

either Med. fr. nibbindati of vid for *nirvidyate (see…

abhinihata →

pts

past participle oppressed. crushed, slain Ja.iv.4.

abhi + nihata

abhinikkhamana →

pts

…renunciation. Usually as mahā˚; the great renunciation Ja.i.61; Pv-a.19.

abhi + nikkhamana

abhinikūjita →

pts

…full of the noise of (birds) Ja.v.232 (of the barking of a dog), Ja.v.304 (of the cuckoo); so read for ˚kuñjita T.). Cp….

abhinimmināti →

pts

…(mahantaṃ hatthi-rāja-vaṇṇaṃ)
pp abhinimmita (q.v.).

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

abhinipajjati →

pts

to lie down on Vin.iv.273 (+ abhinisīdati); AN.iv.188 (in = acc. + abhinisīdati) Pp.67 (id.).

abhi + nipajjati

abhinipatati →

pts

to rush on (to) Ja.ii.8.

abhi + nipatati

abhinippajjati →

pts

…get, come (to) MN.i.86 (bhogā abhinipphajjanti: sic) Cnd.99 (has n’âbhinippajjanti)
■ Cp….

abhinippanna →

pts

…of…

abhinippata →

pts

at Ja.vi.36 is to be read abhinippanna (so variant reading BB.).

abhinipphādeti →

pts

…+…

abhinipātin →

pts

adjective falling on io (-˚) Ja.ii.7.

abhi + nipātin

abhinisīdati →

pts

…+…

abhinivesa →

pts

…SN.iii.186 (saṃyojana˚) SN.iv.50; AN.iii.363 (paṭhavī˚ adj.); Cnd.227 (gāha parāmasa +); Pp.22; Vb.145; Dhs.381, Dhs.1003,…

abhinādita →

pts

…noise (or song) of (birds) Ja.vi.530 (= abhinadanto C.); Pv-a.157 (= abhiruda).

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

abhinīhāra →

pts

…AN.iv.34 (˚kusala) Ja.i.14 (Buddhabhāvāya a. resolve to become a Buddha), Ja.i.15 (Buddhattāya); Pts.i.61 sq.; Pts.ii.121; Ne.26;…

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. …

abhipassati →

pts

…(khema˚), Snp.1070 (rattamahā˚) Mnd.308; Cnd.428; Ja.vi.370.

abhi + passati

abhippakiṇṇa →

pts

completely strewn (with) Ja.i.62.

pp. of abhippakirati

abhippamodati →

pts

…to please, satisfy (trs, c. acc.) MN.i.425; SN.v.312, SN.v.330; AN.v.112; Ja.iii.530; Pts.i.95, Pts.i.176, Pts.i.190.

abhi + pamodati

abhipucchati →

pts

Sk. abhipṛcchati] to ask Ja.iv.18.

abhi + pucchati

abhipāteti →

pts

to make fall, to bring to fall, to throw Ja.ii.91 (kaṇḍaṃ).

abhi + pāteti

abhirakkhati →

pts

to guard, protect Ja.vi.589 (= pāleti C.). Cp. parirakkhati.

abhi + rakkhati

abhirakkhā →

pts

protection, guard Ja.i.204 (= ārakkhā Ja.i.203).

fr. abhirakkhati

abhiramati →

pts

…Snp.718 Snp.1085; Ja.i.192; Ja.iii.189, Ja.iii.393; Dhp-a.i.119; Pv-a.3, Pv-a.61 Pv-a.145
ppr act. abhiranto only as nt. ˚ṃ in adv….

abhiramāpeti →

pts

…cause one to take pleasure Ja.iii.393. 2. to delight, amuse, divert Ja.i.61
■ Cp. abhiramāpana.

Caus. ii. fr….

abhirata →

pts

…Snp.276 (kalaha˚); Ja.v.382 (dāna˚); Pv-a.54 (puññakamma˚), Pv-a.61 (satibhavana˚), Pv-a.105 (dānâdipuñña˚).

pp. of…

abhiratatta →

pts

the fact of being fond of, delighting in (-˚) Ja.v.254 (kāma˚).

abstr. fr. abhirata

abhirati →

pts

…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. abhi + ram

abhiratta →

pts

adjective very red Ja.v.156; fig. very much excited or affected with (-˚) Snp.891 (sandiṭṭhirāgena a.).

abhi + ratta

abhiravati →

pts

to shout ont Bv.ii.90 = Ja.i.18 (verse 99)

abhi + ravati

abhiroceti →

pts

…(acc.), to desire, long for Ja.iii.192; Ja.v.222 (roceti); Vv.64#23 (vataṃ abhirocayi = abhirocesi ruccitvā pūresi ti attho; abhirādhayi ti pi…

abhiropeti →

pts

…Vv.37#10 (id.; = pūjaṃ kāresi Vv-a.172), Vv.60#4 (= pūjesi Vv-a.253); Dāvs v.19.

abhi + ropeti, cp. Sk. adhiropayati, Caus. of…

abhirucita →

pts

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

pp. fr. abhi + ruc

abhiruda →

pts

…(mayūra-koñca˚) Ja.iv.466 (adāsakunta˚); Ja.v.304 (mayūra-koñca˚); Ja.vi.172 (id. = upagīta C.), Ja.vi.272 (sakunta˚; =…

abhirādheti →

pts

abhirādhayi Vv.31#5 (= abhirādhesi Vv-a.130); Vv.64#23 (gloss for abhirocayi Vv-a.282); Ja.i.421; Ja.iii.386 (= paritosesi C.)
pp…

abhirādhin →

pts

adjective (-˚) pleasing, giving pleasure, satisfaction. Ja.iv.274 (mitta˚ = ārādhento tosento Commentary)

fr. abhirādheti

abhirūhati →

pts

…Dhp.321; Thag.271; Ja.i.259; Ja.ii.388; Ja.iii.220; Ja.iv.138 (navaṃ); Ja.vi.272 (peculiar aor. ˚rucchi with ābhi metri causa; = abhirūhi C.);…

abhirūpa →

pts

…angapaccanga Snp-a.383); Ja.i.207; Pp.52; DN-a.i.281 (aññehi manussehi adhikarūpa); Vv-a.53; Pv-a.61 (abhikkanta). Occurs in the idiomatic…

abhirūḷha →

pts

mounted, gone up to, ascended Ja.v.217; Dhp-a.i.103.

pp. of abhirūhati

abhisajjana →

pts

…cursing AN.v.265 (para˚). Cp. next.

abstr. fr. abhisajjati in meaning of abhisanga 2

abhisajjanā →

pts

…(DN-a.i.257).

abstr. fr. abhisajjati, cp. abhisajjana

abhisajjati →

pts

…laggapeyya Dhp-a.iv.182); Pp.30, Pp.36. See also abhisajjana & abhisajjanā.

abhi + sañj; cp. abhisanga

abhisamaya →

pts

…taṇhaṃ vivattayi saññojanaṃ sammāmānâbhisamayā antam akāsi dukkhassa“ at SN.iv.205, SN.iv.207, SN.iv.399; AN.iii.246, AN.iii.444;…

abhisambhava →

pts

…or reach, troublesome SN.v.454; AN.v.202; Snp.429, Snp.701; Ja.v.269, Ja.vi.139, Ja.vi.439. Abhisambhavati (bhoti)

fr. abhisambhavati

abhisambhavati →

pts

…Mnd.471 Mnd.485; Ja.iii.140; Ja.v.150, Ja.v.417; Ja.vi.292, Ja.vi.293, Ja.vi.507 (fut. med ˚sambhossaṃ = sahissāmi adhivāsessāmi C.);…

abhisambhoti →

pts

…Mnd.471 Mnd.485; Ja.iii.140; Ja.v.150, Ja.v.417; Ja.vi.292, Ja.vi.293, Ja.vi.507 (fut. med ˚sambhossaṃ = sahissāmi adhivāsessāmi C.);…

abhisambodhi →

pts

the highest enlightenment Ja.i.14 (parama˚). Cp. abhisambujjhana and (sammā-) sambodhi.

abhi + sambodhi

abhisambudhāna →

pts

adjective awaking realising, knowing, understanding Dhp.46 (= bujjhanto jānanto ti attho Dhp-a.i.337).

formation of a ppr. med. fr. pp. abhsam + budh instead of abhisam + bujjh˚.

abhisamekkhati →

pts

…Jtm.p.30 etc.] Ja.v.340 (˚samikkha, variant reading sañcikkha = passitvā C.); Ja.v.393 Ja.v.394 (= disvā C.).

abhi + sam + ; īks, cp….

abhisamikkhati →

pts

…Jtm.p.30 etc.] Ja.v.340 (˚samikkha, variant reading sañcikkha = passitvā C.); Ja.v.393 Ja.v.394 (= disvā C.).

abhi + sam + ; īks, cp….

abhisammati →

pts

…+ śam, Sk….

abhisandahati →

pts

…ger. abhisandhāya in sense of a prep. = on account of, because of Ja.ii.386 (= paṭicca C.).

abhi + sandahati of saṃ + dhā

abhisanna →

pts

…filled with (-˚), full Vin.i.279 (˚kāya a body full of humours, cp. Vin.ii.119 & Mil.134) Ja.i.17 (Ja.v.88 pītiyā); Mil.112…

abhisapati →

pts

to execrate, curse, accurse Vin.iv.276; Ja.iv.389; Ja.v.87; Dhp-a.i.42
pp abhisatta.

abhi + sapati, of śap

abhisara →

pts

retinue Ja.v.373.

fr. abhi + sarati, of sṛ; to go

abhisatta →

pts

…of abhisapati, cp. Sk. abhiśapta, fr. abhi +…

abhisavati →

pts

(better -ssavati?) to flow towards or into Ja.vi.359 (najjo Gangaṃ a.).

abhi + savati, of sru

abhisaṃsati →

pts

…Ja.vi.187, Ja.vi.505, Ja.vi.522 (= akkosi C.), Ja.vi.563 (id.)
pp abhisattha. Cp. also…

abhisaṅga →

pts

…cleaving to, adherence to Ja.v.6; Ne.110 Ne.112; Dhs-a.129 (˚hetukaṃ dukkhaṃ), Dhs-a.249 (˚rasa).

fr. abhi + sañj, cp. abhisajjati &…

abhisaṅkhata →

pts

adjective prepared, fixed, 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

…Vin.i.268.

pp. of abhisarati, abhi + sṛ; to…

abhiseceti →

pts

to cause to be sprinkled or inaugurated Ja.v.26. (imper. abhisecayassu).

caus. of abhisiñcati

abhiseka →

pts

…inauguration (as king) AN.i.107 (cp. abhisitta), AN.ii.87 read abhisek’-anabhisitto; Ja.ii.104, Ja.ii.352; Dhp-a.i.350; Pv-a.74. Cp….

abhisiñcati →

pts

…Ja.i.399 (fig. ˚itvā ger. Ja.ii.409 (id.); Ja.vi.161 (id.); Mnd.298; Mil.336 (amatena lokaṃ abhisiñci Bhagavā); Pv-a.144 (read abhisiñci…

abhisādheti →

pts

to carry out, arrange; to get; procure, attain Ja.vi.180; Mil.264.

abhi + sādheti

abhisāreti →

pts

to approach, to persecute Ja.vi.377.

abhi + sāreti, Caus. of abhisarati

abhisāriyā →

pts

woman who goes to meet her lover Ja.iii.139.

Sk. abhisārikā, fr. abhi + sṛ.

abhitatta →

pts

…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

abhitiṭṭhati →

pts

to stand out supreme, to excel, surpass DN.ii.261; Ja.vi.474 (abhiṭṭhāya = abhibhavitvā C.).

abhi + tiṭṭhati

abhito →

pts

…amīpe…

abhitthaneti →

pts

to roar, to thunder Ja.i.330, Ja.i.332 = Cp.iii.10#7.

abhi + thaneti

abhitthavati →

pts

to praise Ja.i.89; Ja.iii.531; Dāvs iii.23; Dhp-a.i.77; Pv-a.22; cp. abhitthunati.

abhi + thavati

abhitthunati →

pts

to praise Ja.i.17 (aor abhitthuniṃsu); cp. thunati 2
pp -tthuta Dhp-a.i.88.

abhi + thunati; cp. abhitthavati

abhitunna →

pts

…Ja.i.509 (˚tuṇṇa); Ja.ii.399, Ja.ii.401; Ja.iii.23 (soka˚); Ja.iv.330; Ja.v.268, Sdhp.281.

not as Morris, J.P.T.S. 1886, 135, suggested…

abhivadati →

pts

…speak out, declare, promise Ja.i.83 = Vin.i.36; Ja.vi.220. 2. to speak (kindly to, to welcome, salute, greet. In this sense always…

abhivassati →

pts

…causa); AN.iii.34; Thag.985; Ja.i.18 (Ja.v.100 pupphā a. stream down); Cp.iii.10#6; Mil.132, Mil.411. pp. abhivaṭṭa & abhivuṭṭha; (q.v.) …

abhivaḍḍhati →

pts

…Dhp.24; Mil.374; Pv-a.8, Pv-a.133; Sdhp.288, Sdhp.523. 2. to grow over or beyond, to outgrow Ja.iii.399 (vanaspatiṃ)

pp *abhivuḍḍha &…

abhivedeti →

pts

  1. to make known, to communicate Dāvs v.2, Dāvs v.11.
  2. to know Ja.vi.175 (jānāti C.).

abhi + Caus. of vid

abhiveṭheti →

pts

Kern’s (

Toevoegselen

s. v.) proposed reading at Ja.v.452 for ati˚; which however does not agree with C expln. on p. 454.

abhivijayati →

pts

…overpower, to conquer. Of -jayati the ger. -jiya at DN.i.89, DN.i.134 DN.ii.16. Of -jināti the pres. 3rd pl. -jinanti at…

abhivissajjati →

pts

to send out, send forth, deal out, give DN.iii.160.

abhi + vissajjati

abhivādana →

pts

…salutation, giving welcome, showing respect or devotion. AN.ii.180 AN.iv.130 AN.iv.276 Ja.i.81 Ja.i.82 Ja.i.218 Dhp.109 (˚sīlin of devout…

abhivāreti →

pts

to hold back, refuse, deny Ja.v.325 (= nivāreti C.).

abhi + vāreti, Caus. of vṛ.

abhiyoga →

pts

practice, observance Dāvs iv.7.

cp. abhiyuñjati

abhiyujjhati →

pts

to contend, quarrel with Ja.i.342.

abhi + yujjhati from yudh

abhiyuñjati →

pts

to accuse, charge; intrs. fall to one’s share Vin.iii.50; Vin.iv.304.

abhi + yuj

abhiññeyya →

pts

grd. of abhijānāti.

abhiññā →

pts

…to liking, as you like’, Ja.v.365 (= yathādhippāyaṃ yathāruciṃ C.). For abhiññā in the use of an adj. (˚abhiñña) see…

abhiññāta →

pts

…(well)-known, distinguished DN.i.89 (˚kolañña = pākaṭa-kulaja DN-a.i.252), DN.i.235; Snp.p.115.

pp. of abhijānāti

abhiṇhaṃ →

pts

…continuous living together); Ja.i.190; Pp.32; Dhp-a.ii.239; Vv-a.116 (= abhikkhaṇa), Vv-a.207, Vv-a.332; Pv-a.107 (= abhikkhaṇaṃ). Cp….

abhumma →

pts

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

a + bhumma

abhīta →

pts

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

a + bhīta

accahasi →

pts

of atiharati to bring over, to bring, to take Ja.iii.484 (= ativiya āhari C.).

fr. ati + hṛ.

accanta →

pts

…continuous, perpetual Ja.i.223; Mil.413; Vv-a.71; Pv-a.73, Pv-a.125, Pv-a.266; Sdhp.288. 2. final, absolute, complete; adv. thoroughly…

accasara →

pts

…prolepsis of foll. accaya); Ja.iv.6 (atisara); Dhp-a.iv.230 (= expecting too much). 2. going beyond the limits (of understanding), beyond grasp,…

accasari →

pts

of atisarati to go beyond the limit, to go astray Ja.v.70.

fr. ati + sṛ.

accaya →

pts

…pardon, absolution Ja.v.380 accayena desanaṃ paṭigaṇhāti Ja.i.379; accayaṃ khamati to forgive Mil.420.

from acceti, ati +…

acceti →

pts

…go on (loc.), to put on Ja.vi.17 (sūlasmiṃ; C. āvuṇeti) but at this passage prob. to be read appeti (q.v.).

ati +…

accha →

pts

…bear Vin.i.200; AN.iii.101; Ja.v.197, Ja.v.406, Ja.v.416; Mil.23 Mil.149. At Ja.vi.507 accha figures as Name of an animal, but is in…

acchambhin →

pts

…Snp.42 (reading achambhin; Cnd.13 explains abhīru anutrāsi etc.); Ja.vi.322 (= nikkampa C.). See chambhin.

a + chambhin

acchanna →

pts

…fig. steeped in (c. loe.) Ja jii.323 (lohite a. = nimugga C.) At DN.i.91 nacchanna is for na channa (see…

acchariya →

pts

…what a marvel! Ja.i.223, Ja.i.279; Ja.iv.138 Ja.vi.94 (a. vata bho); Dhp-a.iv.51 (aho a.); Vv-a.103 (aho ti acchariyatthena nipāto). Thus…

accharā →

pts

…Ja.iii.191; Ja.iv.124, Ja.iv.126 Ja.v.314; Ja.vi.366; Dhp-a.i.38, Dhp-a.i.424
■ As measure: as much as one may hold with the…

acchati →

pts

…to leave alone Thag.936; Ja.iv.306. 3. to be behave, live Vin.ii.195; DN.i.102; SN.i.212; Vv.11#2; Pv.iii.3#1 (= nisīdati vasati Pv-a.188);…

acchecchi →

pts

…SN.i.127 (so read for acchejja); SN.iv.105, SN.iv.207. Iti.47; AN.iii.246, AN.iii.445; Dhp-a.iv.70 (gloss acchindi, for acchidda pret. of…

acchedana →

pts

robbing, plundering Ja.vi.544.

abstr. to acchindati

acchejja →

pts

Err:509

accheraka →

pts

adjective = acchera (acchariya) Ja.i.279; Bv.i.9 (pāṭihīraṃ).

acchijja →

pts

(variant reading accheja) destroying (?) SN.i.127. Is the reading warranted? Cp. acchecchi.

acchindati →

pts

…to appropriate); Ja.ii.422; Ja.iii.179; Ja.iv.343; Mil.20; Sdhp.122
ger acchinditvā Ja.ii.422; Dhp-a.i.349; Pv-a.241 (sayaṃ); &…

acchinna →

pts

adjective removed, taken away, stolen, robbed Vin.iv.278, Vin.iv.303; Ja.ii.78 Ja.iv.45; Ja.v.212.

ā + chinna, pp. of acchindati

acchiva →

pts

certain species of tree (Hypanthera Moringa) Ja.vi.535.

*Sk. akṣiba and akṣība

acchādana →

pts

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

fr. acchādeti

acchādeti →

pts

…DN.i.63 = Iti.75; Ja.i.254; Ja.iii.189; Ja.iv.318; Pp.57; Pv.i.10#5 (ger. acchādayitvāna); DN-a.i.181 (= paridahitvā); Pv-a.49, Pv-a.50
■…

acci →

pts

…SN.iv.290 (spelt acchi), SN.iv.399; AN.iv.103; AN.v.9; Snp.1074 (vuccati jālasikhā Cnd.11); Ja.v.213; Mil.40; Thag-a.154 (dīp’)…

accimant →

pts

adjective flaming, glowing, fiery; brilliant Thag.527; Ja.v.266; Ja.vi.248; Vv.38#8.

fr. acci, cp. Vedic arcimant & arciṣmant

accita →

pts

honoured, praised, esteemed Ja.vi.180.

pp. of accati

accodara →

pts

too much eating, greediness, lit. too much of a belly Ja.iv.279 (C. ati-udara).

ati + udara

accuggata →

pts

…Mil.346 (giri); Vv-a.197; Dhp-a.ii.65. 2. too high, i.e. too shrill or loud Ja.vi.133 (sadda), Ja.vi.516 (fig. = atikuddha very angry…

accupati →

pts

at Ja.iv.250 read accuppati, aor. 3rd sg. of accuppatati to fall in between (lit. on to), to interfere (with two people quarelling). C….

accupaṭṭhapeti →

pts

at Ja.v.124 is to be read with variant reading as apaccupaṭṭhapeti (does not indulge in or care for).

accābhikkhaṇa →

pts

˚- too often Ja.v.233 (˚saṃsagga; C. explains ativiya abhiṇha).

ati + abhikkhaṇa

accāhita →

pts

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

ati + ahita

accāvadati →

pts

…Vin.iv.263; SN.ii.204 sq.; Ja.v.433 (variant reading BB ajjhārati), Ja.v.434 (variant reading BB aghācarati for ajjhācarati =…

accāyika →

pts

…Ja.vi.553. 2. urgent, pressing MN.i.149 (karaṇiyan business), MN.ii.112; Ja.i.338; Ja.v.17 ˚ṃ (nt.) hurry Dhp-a.i.18. See also…

acela →

pts

…DN.i.165; DN.iii.6 DN.iii.12, DN.iii.17 sq.; SN.i.78; Ja.v.75.

a + cela

acittaka →

pts

…without heart or feeling, instr. acittakena (adv.) heartlessly Ja.iv.58 (C. for acetasā).

a + citta2 + ka

ada →

pts

…cp. ˚ga, ˚ṭha, ˚da…

adaka →

pts

adjective = ada Ja.v.91 (purisâdaka man-eater).

adana →

pts

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

from adeti

adda →

pts

…wet, moist slippery Ja.iv.353; Ja.vi.309; Mil.346.

  • -āvalepana “smeared with moisture”, i.e. shiny, glittering SN.iv.187…

addha →

pts

…(-māsa); Ja.i.59 (-yojana); iii. 189 (˚māsa).

= aḍḍha, q.v.

Addha2

adjective soiled, wet; fig. attached to, intoxicated…

addhan →

pts

…(dīghaṃ addhāna socati) Ja.i.137. gen. dīghassa addhuno Pv-a.148 (gatattā because a long time has elapsed), instr. dīghena addhunā…

addhaneyya →

pts

adjective = adhaniya 2, lasting Ja.v.507 (an˚).

addhaniya →

pts

…to a (long) time, lasting a long period lasting, enduring DN.iii.211; Ja.i.393 (an˚) Ja.vi.71. See also addhaneyya.

fr. addhan

addhika →

pts

…Pv-a.78, Pv-a.127 (˚jana people travelling). Often combd. with kapaṇa beggar, tramp, as kapaṇaddhikā (pl.) tramps and…

addhā →

pts

…tvaṃ Buddho bhavissasi), Ja.i.203, Ja.i.279; Ja.iii.340; Ja.v.307, Ja.v.410 (C. expln. differs) Snp.47, Snp.1057; Cnd.30 = Pts.ii.21…

addhāna →

pts

…(interpreted as “addhayojanaṃ gacchissāmī ti bhuñjitabban ti ādi vacanato addha-yojanam pi addhāna maggo hoti”, thus taken to addha…

addita →

pts

…Ja.iii.261; Ja.iv.295 Ja.v.53, Ja.v.268; Thag.406; Mhvs.1, Mhvs.25; Pv-a.260; Sdhp.37, Sdhp.281.

see aṭṭita

addāyate →

pts

to be or get wet, fig. to be attached to Ja.iv.351. See also allīyati.

v. denom. fr. adda

adeti →

pts

…ind. ademi etc. Ja.v.31, Ja.v.92, Ja.v.197, Ja.v.496; Ja.vi.106 pot. adeyya Ja.v.107, Ja.v.392, Ja.v.493.

Sk. ādayati, Caus. of atti, ad

adhama →

pts

…135 (vasalâdhama); Dhp.78 (purisa˚) Ja.iii.151 (miga˚); Ja.v.394 (uttamâdhama), Ja.v.437 (id.), Ja.v.397 Sdhp.387.

Vedic adhama = Lat….

adhara →

pts

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

Vedic adhara, compar. of adho

adhibhavati →

pts

…(˚bhoti); Ja.ii.336; Ja.V.30
aor adhibhavi Ja.ii.80. 3 pl. adhibhaṃsu SN.iv.185. See also ajjhabhavi &…

adhicca →

pts

…for, unexpectedly Vv.84#22 = Ja.v.171 Ja.vi.315 (expld. at Ja.v.171 by ahetunā, at Ja.vi.316 by akāraṇena -samuppanna arisen…

adhigacchati →

pts

…ger. -gantvā DN.i.224; Ja.i.45 (ānisaṃse); and -gamma Pv.i.11#9 (= vinditvā paṭilabhitvā Pv-a.60). grd. -gantabba Iti.104…

adhigama →

pts

…latter mainly in Miln) DN.iii.255; SN.ii.139; AN.ii.148; AN.iv.22, AN.iv.332; AN.v.194; Ja.i.406; Ne.91; Mil.133, Mil.215, Mil.358, Mil.362,…

adhigata →

pts

got into possession of, conquered, attained, found Ja.i.374; Vv-a.135.

pp. of adhigacchati

adhiggahīta →

pts

…Sdhp.98.

pp. of…

adhika →

pts

…2000 + 94 (= 294 000; Ja.i.25; sattamāsâdhikāni sattavassāni 7 years and 7 months Ja.v.319; paññāsâdhikāni pañca vassa-satani 500…

adhikaraṇa →

pts

…why, on account of what Ja.iv.4 (= kiṃkāraṇaṃ) yatvâdhikaraṇaṃ (yato adhi˚) by reason of what, since, because (used as conj….

adhikaraṇī →

pts

smith’s anvil Ja.iii.285; Dāvs iii.16 sq.; Dhs-a.263.

to adhikaraṇa 1, orig. meaning “serving, that which serves, i.e. instrument”

adhikata →

pts

adjective

  1. commissioned with, an overseer, Pv.ii.9#27 (dāne adhikata ṭhapita Pv-a.124).
  2. caused by Mil.67 (kamma˚).
  3. affected by something, i.e. confused, puzzled, in doubt Mil.144 (+ vimātij …

adhikodhita →

pts

adjective very angry Ja.v.117.

adhi + kodhita

adhikāra →

pts

…Sk….

adhimana →

pts

…Snp.692 (adhimanasā bhavātha). (adj.) directing one’s mind upon, intent (on) Ja.iv.433 (= pasannacitta); Ja.v.29 (an˚; variant reading…

adhimatta →

pts

…AN.ii.150; AN.iv.241; Ja.i.92; Pp.15; Mil.146, Mil.189 Mil.274, Mil.290; Pv.ii.3#6 (= adhikataraṃ Pv-a.86); Dhp-a.ii.85 cp….

adhimuccati →

pts

…anvāvisati. Ja.iv.172; Ja.v.103, Ja.v.429; Dhp-a.i.196; Dhp-a.iii.258; Dhp-a.iv.170. pp. adhimuccita and…

adhimucchita →

pts

…Thag.1175; Ja.ii.437 (cch); Ja.iii.242; Ja.v.255 (kāmesu ˚mucchita, variant reading ˚muccita). Cp. ajjhomucchita.

either adhi + muc or…

adhimuccita →

pts

…Thag.1175; Ja.ii.437 (cch); Ja.iii.242; Ja.v.255 (kāmesu ˚mucchita, variant reading ˚muccita). Cp. ajjhomucchita.

either adhi + muc or…

adhimutta →

pts

…Snp.1149 (˚citta); Cnd.33; Ja.i.370 (dān˚) Pp.26; Pv-a.134 (dān˚).

pp. of adhimuccati, cp. BSk. adhimukta. Avs.i.8, Avs.i.112; Divy.49,…

adhipa →

pts

ruler, lord, master Ja.ii.369; Ja.iii.324; Ja.v.393; Pv.ii.8#6 (jan˚ king); Dāvs iii.52; Vv-a.314.

Sk. adhipa, abbrev. of adhipati

adhipajjati →

pts

to come to, reach, attain AN.iv.96 (anatthaṃ); pp. adhipanna.

adhi + pajjati

adhipanna →

pts

…(taṇhā˚ = taṇhânugata Cnd.32); Dhp.288; Ja.iii.38, Ja.iii.369; Ja.iv.396; Ja.v.91, Ja.v.379 (= dosena ajjhotthaṭa); Ja.vi.27.

cp….

adhipatati →

pts

to fly past, vanish Ja.iv.111 (= ativiya patati sīghaṃ atikkamati C.)
caus adhipāteti (q.v.) in diff. meaning. Cp….

adhipati →

pts

…adjective

  1. ruler, master Ja.iv.223; Vv.81#1; Mil.388; Dhp-a.i.36 (= seṭṭha).
  2. ruling over, governing, predominant; ruled or governed by…

adhippeta →

pts

…understood intended as Ja.iii.263; Pv-a.9, Pv-a.80, Pv-a.120, Pv-a.164.

Sk. abhipreta, adhi + ppa + i, lit. gone into,…

adhippāgā →

pts

of adhippagacchati to go to Ja.v.59.

adhippāya →

pts

…(bhoga˚), AN.v.65; Ja.i.79, Ja.i.83; Sdhp.62. As adj. (-˚) desiring Pv-a.226 (hass˚ in play = khiḍḍatthika). 2. sense, meaning…

adhipāteti →

pts

to break, split Ja.iv.337 (= chindati). At Ud.8 prob. to be read adhibādheti (variant reading avibādeti. T….

adhivacana →

pts

…Iti.15 Iti.114; Snp.p.218; Ja.i.117; Cnd.34 = Dhs.1306 (= nāma sankhā paññatti etc.); Vb.6; Pv-a.63. See on term Dhs. trsl. 340.

*…

adhivattha →

pts

…Ja.vi.370.

pp. of…

adhivāsaka →

pts

…MN.i.526; AN.ii.118 AN.iii.163; AN.v.132; Ja.iii.369 (an˚); Ja.iv.11, Ja.iv.77.

fr. adhivāsa

adhivāsana →

pts

  1. assent AN.iii.31; Dhp-a.i.33.
  2. forbearance, endurance MN.i.10; Ja.ii.237 Ja.iii.263; Ja.iv.307; Ja.v.174.

fr. adhi + vas

adhivāseti →

pts

…Ja.iv.279, Ja.iv.407; Ja.v.51 Ja.v.200; Vv-a.336, Vv-a.337. 3. to consent, agree, give in Vin.i.17; DN.i.109 (cp. DN-a.i.277); SN.iv.76;…

adhivāsika →

pts

…MN.i.526; AN.ii.118 AN.iii.163; AN.v.132; Ja.iii.369 (an˚); Ja.iv.11, Ja.iv.77.

fr. adhivāsa

adhiṭṭhaka →

pts

adjective (-˚) bent on, given to, addicted to Ja.v.427 (surā˚).

fr. adhiṭṭhāti

adhiṭṭhāna →

pts

…sacca˚ cāga upasama˚); Ja.i.23; Ja.v.174; Pts.i.108; Pts.ii.171 sq., Pts.ii.207; Dhs-a.166 (cp. Dhs. trsl. 44). 2. mentioned in bad sense…

adhiṭṭhāti →

pts

…Ja.i.80 (aor. ˚ahi); Ja.iii.278; Ja.iv.134 (variant reading ati˚ C. explains abhibhavitvā tiṭṭhati); Dhp-a.i.34; Dhp-a.iv.201 (ger….

adho →

pts

…turned down, or upside down Ja.i.20; Ja.vi.298.

  • -gata gone by, past. Adv. ˚ṃ since (cp. uddhaṃ adv. later or after…

adhunā →

pts

…a new comer MN.i.457; Ja.ii.105.

  • -ābhisitta newly or just anointed DN.ii.227.
  • -uppanna just arisen DN.ii.208,…

adhura →

pts

irresponsibility, indifference to oblihations Ja.iv.241.

a + dhura, see dhura 2

adhīna →

pts

…para.

cp. Sk….

adhīyati →

pts

… ger adhīyitvā Ja.iv.75; adhiyānaṃ Ja.v.450 (= sajjhāyitvā C.) & adhicca: see adhicca

adiṭṭhā →

pts

not seeing, without seeing Ja.iv.192 (T. adaṭṭhā, variant reading BB na diṭṭhā, C. adisvā), Ja.v.219.

a + diṭṭhā, ger. of *dassati

adu →

pts

…(variant reading ādu); Ja.v.330 (T. ādu, C. adu expld. on p. 331 fantastically as aduñ ca aduñ ca kammaṃ karohī ti). See also…

adāsa →

pts

kind of bird Ja.iv.466.

prob. = adaṃsa, from ḍasati to bite, cp. dāṭhā tooth; lit meaning “toothless” or “not biting”

adūsaka →

pts

adjective innocent Ja.v.143 (= nirapa rādha C.); Ja.vi.84, Ja.vi.552. f. adūsikā Snp.312.

a + dūsaka

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 (=…

agati →

pts

…dosa˚ moha˚ bhaya˚*); AN.ii.18 sq., Ja.iv.402; Ja.v.98, Ja.v.510; Pv-a.161.

agga →

pts

…chief wife, queen-consort Ja.i.262; Ja.iii.187, Ja.iii.393; Ja.v.88; Dhp-a.i.199; Pv-a.76.

aggaḷa →

pts

…(Bdhgh on MV viii.21, 1); Ja.i.8 (+ tunna), Ja.vi.71 (-ṃ datvā); Vin.iv.121.

  • -dāna putting in a gusset Ja.i.8. *…

aggaḷā →

pts

…(Bdhgh on MV viii.21, 1); Ja.i.8 (+ tunna), Ja.vi.71 (-ṃ datvā); Vin.iv.121.

  • -dāna putting in a gusset Ja.i.8. *…

aggha →

pts

…of great value Ja.iv.138; Ja.v.414; Ja.vi.209; Pv.ii.1#18. See also mahāraha. appaggha (adj.) of little value Ja.iv.139;…

agghanaka →

pts

…Ja.i.61 (satasahass˚), Ja.i.112; DN-a.i.80 (kahāpaṇ˚); Dhp-a.iii.120 (cuddasakoṭi˚); Mhvs.26, Mhvs.22; Mhvs.34, Mhvs.87
■ f….

agghati →

pts

…have a price put on (acc.) Ja.i.124; Ja.iv.137, Ja.iv.278; Mil.192; Mhvs.27, Mhvs.23. Cp. agghāpanaka & agghāpaniya.

Sk. arghati, argh = arh

agghiya →

pts

…of jewel’s worth); Mhvs.30, Mhvs.92. 2. (nt.) a respectful oblation Ja.v.324 = Ja.vi.516; Dpvs.vi.65; vii.4.

grd. form from agghati

agghāpanaka →

pts

valuator, appraiser Ja.i.124, Ja.i.125; Ja.v.276 (˚ika).

fr. agghāpana to agghāpeti, Caus. of agghati

agghāpaniya →

pts

adjective that which is to be valued, in -kamma the business of a valuator Ja.iv.137.

grd. of agghāpeti, see agghati

aggi →

pts

…the Lord Agni e.g. at Ja.i.285, Ja.i.494; Ja.ii.44. The ancient ceremony of kindling a holy fire on the day the child is born and keeping it…

aggika →

pts

adjective one who worships the fire Vin.i.71 (jaṭilaka); DN.ii.339 sq. (jaṭila); SN.i.166 (brāhmaṇa).

aggi + ka

agha →

pts

…kha, as a-kha = agha, cp Jain Prk. khaha). Neither does the pop. etym. of Bdhgh offer any clue (= a + gha from ghan that which does not…

aghammiga →

pts

sort of wild animal Ja.vi.247 (= aghāvaha miga), Ja.vi.507 (= aghakara). Cp. BSk. agharika Divy.475.

to agha1?

agāra →

pts

…sq. Dhp.14, Dhp.140; Ja.i.51, Ja.i.56; Ja.iii.392; Dpvs.i.36.

  1. anagāra (adj.) houseless, homeless; a mendicant (opp….

agāraka →

pts

small house, a cottage MN.i.450; Ja.vi.81.

fr. agāra

agārin →

pts

…Snp.376, Thag.1009; Ja.iii.234
■ f. agārinī a housewife Vv.52#7 (= gehassāmmī Vv-a.225) Pv.iii.4#3 (id. Pv-a.194). Agariya =…

aha →

pts

…’haṃ one or two days Ja.i.292; dvīha-tī ’han two or three days Ja.ii.103; Vv-a.45; ekâha-dvī ‘h’ accayena after the lapse of…

ahaha →

pts

  1. exclamation of woe Ja.iii.450 (ahahā in metre).
  2. neuter Name of a certain division of Purgatory (Niraya), lit. oh woe! AN.v.173 =…

ahaṃ →

pts

mayhaṃ Snp.431, Snp.479; Ja.i.279; Ja.ii.160, mama SN.i.115; Snp.22, Snp.23 Snp.341, Snp.997; Ja.ii.159, & mamaṃ SN.i.116;…

ahe →

pts

…forest (i.e. how big it is) Ja.v.63 (uttamāhevanandaho, if reading is correct, which is not beyond doubt. C. on p. 64 explains as “ahevanaṃ…

ahi →

pts

…Vin.i.78; Ja.ii.79; Ja.iv.200; Dhp-a.i.169 Dhp-a.i.187, Dhp-a.i.231; Dhp-a.iii.437.

ahiṃsaka →

pts

adjective not injuring others, harmless, humane, SN.i.165; Thag.879; Dhp.225; Ja.iv.447.

fr. ahiṃsā

ahiṃsā →

pts

not hurting, humanity, kindness DN.iii.147; AN.i.151; Dhp.261, Dhp.270; Ja.iv.71; Mil.402.

a + hiṃsā

aho →

pts

…atthena nipāto); Ja.i.88 (aho acchariyaṃ aho abbhutaṃ), Ja.i.140. Usually combd. with similar emphatic particles, e.g….

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

…AN.ii.42 sq., AN.ii.209; Ja.i.166; Ja.vi.110; Pp.58. As pl. SN.i.76; Iti.36; Ja.iv.363.

  • -pada goat-footed…

ajacca →

pts

adjective of low birth Ja.iii.19; Ja.vi.100.

a + jacca

ajaddhuka →

pts

Ajaddhuka & Ajaddhumāra

see jaddhu.

ajaddhumāra →

pts

Ajaddhuka & Ajaddhumāra

see jaddhu.

ajagara →

pts

…Constrictor Ja.vi.507; Mil.23, Mil.303, Mil.364, Mil.406; Dhp-a.iii.60. Also as ajakara at Ja.iii.484 (cp. Trenckner, Notes…

ajajjara →

pts

see jajjara. Ajaddhuka & Ajaddhumara;

ajaka →

pts

goat, pl. goats Vin.ii.154
■ f. ajikā Ja.iii.278 & ajiyā Ja.v.241.

ajamoja →

pts

cummin-seed Vv-a.186.

Sk. ajamoda, cp. Sk. ajājī

ajeyya →

pts

…not decaying, not growing old, permanent Ja.vi.323. Ajja & Ajja

a + jeyya, grd. of jīyati, q.v.

ajikā →

pts

Ajiya = ajikā

(see ajaka).

ajina →

pts

…DN.i.167; Snp.1027; Ja.i.12, Ja.i.53; Ja.iv.387; Ja.v.407. kharājina a rough skin (as garment) MN.i.343; SN.iv.118; AN.ii.207; Snp.249 (= kharāni…

ajini →

pts

3rd sg. jayati, q.v. Ajiya = ajika

ajiya →

pts

Ajiya = ajikā

(see ajaka).

ajja →

pts

…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);…

ajjatana →

pts

…today’s, present, modern (opp. porāṇa) Thag.552; Dhp.227; Ja.ii.409
■ dat. ajjatanāya for today Vin.i.17;…

ajjati →

pts

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

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

ajjatā →

pts

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

abstr. fr. ajja

ajjava →

pts

…(+ maddava), Snp.292 (id.); Ja.iii.274; Dhs.1339; Vb.359 (an˚); Snp-a.292 (= ujubhāva), Snp-a.317 (id.).

cp. Sk. ārjava, to ṛju, see…

ajjavatā →

pts

straight forwardness, rectitude, uprightness Dhs.1339. (+ ajimhatā & avankatā).

fr. prec.

ajjhabhavi →

pts

…overpower, overcome SN.i.240 (prohib. mā vo kodho ajjhabhavi); Ja.ii.336. Cp. ajjhabhu & ajjhobhavati.

ajjhabhu →

pts

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

ajjhagā →

pts

he came to, got to, found, obtained, experienced SN.i.12 (vimānaṃ); Snp.225 (expld. at Kp-a.180 by vindi paṭilabhi), Snp.956 (ratiṃ; expld. at Mnd.457 by adhigacchi); Iti.69 (jā …

ajjhapatta →

pts

…having fallen upon, attacked Ja.ii.59; Ja.v.198 (p; C. sampatta) 3. attained, found, got Snp.1134 (= adhigacchi Cnd);…

ajjhappatta →

pts

…having fallen upon, attacked Ja.ii.59; Ja.v.198 (p; C. sampatta) 3. attained, found, got Snp.1134 (= adhigacchi Cnd);…

ajjhatta →

pts

…r.).;

  • -saññojana an inner fetter, inward bond AN.i.63 sq.; Pp.22 Vb.361.
  • -santi inner peace Snp.837 (=…

ajjhattika →

pts

…(anga); Kp iv. (= Kp-a.82); Ja.iv.402 (bāhira-vatthuṃ ayācitvā ajjhattikassa nāmaṃ gaṇhati); Dhs.673, Dhs.751; Vb.13, Vb.67, Vb.82 sq.,…

ajjhavodahi →

pts

…ajjhavādahi (= Sk. avādhāt).

Sk….

ajjhena →

pts

…ajjhesanā); Ja.iii.114 (= japa); Ja.v.10 (pl. = vede), Ja.vi.201 = Ja.vi.207; Vb.353; Snp-a.314 (mant’).

ajjhesanā →

pts

request, entreaty Vin.i.6 = DN.ii.38 = SN.i.138; Ja.ii.327 (better variant reading ajjhena).

see ajjhesati

ajjhiṭṭha →

pts

…(an˚ unbidden); DN.ii.289 (Buddhaghosa and text read ajjhitta); Snp.p.218 (= ajjhesita Cnd.16); Ja.vi.292 (= āṇatta C.); Dhp-a.iv.100…

ajjhobhavati →

pts

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

adhi + ava + bhu, Sk. abhi˚

ajjhogāhati →

pts

…AN.v.133; Vin.iii.18; Ja.i.7; Mnd.152 (ogāhati +); Mil.87 (samuddaṃ); Mil.300 (vanaṃ)
pp ajjhogāḷha (q.v.). Cp….

ajjhogāheti →

pts

…AN.v.133; Vin.iii.18; Ja.i.7; Mnd.152 (ogāhati +); Mil.87 (samuddaṃ); Mil.300 (vanaṃ)
pp ajjhogāḷha (q.v.). Cp….

ajjhoharati →

pts

…as food MN.i.245; Ja.i.460; Ja.ii.293 Ja.vi.205, Ja.vi.213; Mil.366; Pv-a.283 (aor.)
pp ajjhohaṭa (q.v.).

Sk….

ajjhoharaṇiya →

pts

adjective something fit to eat, eatable, for eating Ja.vi.258; Dhp-a.i.284.

grd. of ajjhoharati

ajjhohāra →

pts

…N of a fabulous fish (swallower“; cp. timingala) Ja.v.462.

Sk. abhyavahāra

ajjhottharati →

pts

…flood Vin.i.111; Ja.i.61, Ja.i.72, Ja.i.73; Mil.296, Mil.336; Dhp.i.264; Pass. -tthariyati to be overrun with (instr.), to be smothered, to be…

ajjhotthata →

pts

spread over; covered, filled; overcome, crushed, overpowered Ja.i.363 (ajjhottaṭa) Ja.i.410; Ja.v.91 (= adhipanna); Dhp-a.i.278; Pv-a.55; Dāvs v.5.

pp. of ajjhottharati

ajjhupagacchati →

pts

…to reach, obtain; to consent to, agree, submit Thig.474 (= sampaṭicchati Thag-a.285); Ja.ii.403; Mil.300; pp….

ajjhupaharati →

pts

to take (food) to oneself Ja.ii.293 (aor. ajjhupāhari = ajjhohari C.).

adhi + upa + hṛ; cp. upaharati

ajjhupekkhati →

pts

…Vin.ii.78 = Vin.iii.162, cp. Ja.i.147; MN.i.155 MN.ii.223; AN.iii.194, AN.iii.435; Ja.v.229; Dhp-a.iv.125.

adhi + upa + ikṣ; cp. BSk….

ajjhupeti →

pts

to go to meet, to receive Ja.iv.440.

cp. Sk. abhyupeti; adhi + upa + i

ajjhābhava →

pts

excessive power, predominance Ja.ii.357.

cp. Sk. adhyābhava

ajjhābhavati →

pts

to predominate Ja.ii.357.

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

ajjhācarati →

pts

…with (perhaps to embrace) Ja.iv.231 (aññam-aññaṃ) pp. ajjhāciṇṇa. See also accāvadati &…

ajjhācāra →

pts

…flirtation Vin.iii.128 (in the Old Cy as expln of avabhāsati). 3. sexual intercourse Ja.i.396; Ja.v.327 (˚cara variant reading for…

ajjhāpajjati →

pts

to commit an offence, to incur, to become guilty of (acc.) Vin.iv.237. pp. ajjhāpanna (q.v.).

adhi + ā + pad

ajjhāpana →

pts

…ajjheti

Ajjhāpana2

neuter burning, conflagration Ja.vi.311.

ā + jhāpana fr. kṣā

ajjhāpanna →

pts

…cp. ajjhopanna.

pp. of adhi + āpajjati

ajjhāpatti →

pts

incurring guilt Dhs.299 (an˚).

abstr. to ajjhāpajjati

ajjhāruha →

pts

(& -rūha) adjective growing up over, overwhelming AN.iii.63 sq. = SN.v.96; Ja.iii.399.

to adhi + ā + ruh

ajjhārūḷha →

pts

adjective grown up or high over Ja.iii.399.

pp. of adhi + ā + ruh

ajjhāsaya →

pts

…on, practising); Ja.i.88, Ja.i.90; Ja.ii.352; Ja.v.382; Dhs-a.314, Dhs-a.334; Pv-a.88, Pv-a.116, Pv-a.133 (adj. dān˚ intent on on giving…

ajjhāvara →

pts

…service, retinue Ja.v.322, Ja.v.324, Ja.v.326, Ja.v.327 (explained at all passages by parisā). Should we read ajjhācara?…

ajjhāvasati →

pts

…to be settled or live the settled life of a householder DN.ii.16; MN.i.353; Vin.iv.224; Ja.i.50; Pp.57; Mil.348
pp…

ajjhāvuttha →

pts

…(of a house) Vin.ii.210; Ja.i.145; Ja.ii.333; Pv-a.24 (˚ghara); fig. (not) occupied by Snp-a.566 (= anosita).

cp. Sk. adhyuṣita; pp. of…

ajjhāyaka →

pts

…AN.i.163; AN.iii.223; Snp.140 (˚kula: thus for ajjhāyakula Fsb.); Thag.1171; Ja.i.3 Ja.vi.201, Ja.vi.498; DN-a.i.247.

cp. Sk. adhyāyaka, cp….

ajjita →

pts

obtained Sdhp.98.

pp. of ajjati

ajjuka →

pts

Name of a plant, Ocimum Gratissimum Vin.iv.35; DN-a.i.81 (all MSS. have ajjaka).

*Sk. arjaka

ajjukaṇṇa →

pts

Name of a tree Pentaptera Tomentosa Ja.vi.535 (nn).

*Sk. arjakarṇa

ajjuna →

pts

the tree Pentaptera Arjuna Ja.vi.535; Dhp-a.i.105 (˚rukkha).

Vedic arjuna, to raj; cp. Gr. ἀργός white, α ̓́ργυρος silver, Lat….

ajjuṇho →

pts

adverb this moonlight night Vin.i.25; Vin.iv.80.

haplology fr. ajja-juṇho; see juṇhā

ajjā →

pts

…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);…

ajā →

pts

she-goat Ja.iii.125; Ja.iv.251.

ajānana →

pts

˚- neuter not knowing, ignorance (of) Ja.v.199 (˚bhāva); Ja.vi.177 (˚kāla).

a + jānana

ajīraka →

pts

indigestion Ja.i.404; Ja.ii.181, Ja.ii.291; Ja.iii.213, Ja.iii.225.

a + jīraka

akalu →

pts

…an ointment Ja.iv.440 (akaluñ candanañ ca, variant reading BB aggaluṃ; C. explains as kālākaluñ ca rattacandanañ ca,…

akhetta →

pts

barren-soil: see khetta
■ In cpd. -ññu the neg. belongs to the whole: not knowing a good field (for alms) Ja.iv.371.

akilāsu →

pts

adjective not lazy, diligent, active, untiring SN.i.47; SN.v.162; Ja.i.109; Mil.382.

a + kilāsu

akiriya →

pts

adjective not practical, unwise, foolish Ja.iii.530 (-rūpa = akattabba-rūpa C.); Mil.250.

a + kiriya

akkamana →

pts

going near, approaching, stepping upon, walking to Ja.i.62.

cp. BSk. ākramaṇa Jtm.31#58

akkamati →

pts

…upon, to approach, attack Ja.i.7, Ja.i.279; Thag-a.9
■ to rise Vin.iii.38
ger akkamma Cp.iii.7#2
pp…

akkanta →

pts

stepped upon, mounted on AN.i.8; Ja.i.71; Mil.152; Dhp-a.i.200.

pp. of akkamati

akkha →

pts

…kali yo akkhesu dhanaparājayo*); Ja.i.379 (kūṭ˚; a false player, sharper, cheat) anakkha one who is not a gambler Ja.v.116 (C.:…

akkhara →

pts

akkharāni an inscription Ja.ii.90; Ja.iv.7 (likhitāni written), Ja.iv.489; Ja.vi.390, Ja.vi.407. In Grammar: a letter Kacc. 1.

*…

akkhaṇa →

pts

…as fast as lightning), Ja.iii.322; Ja.iv.494 (C. explains aviraddha-vedhin vijju-ālokena vijjhana-samattha p. 497). In other combination…

akkhi →

pts

…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…

akkhika →

pts

…with eyes Thag.960 (añjan˚; with eyes anointed); Dhp-a.iv.98 (aḍḍh˚; with half an eye, i.e. stealthily); Sdhp.286 (tamb˚;…

akkhin →

pts

adjective = akkhika Ja.iii.190 (mand˚; softeyed); Vv.32#3 (tamb˚ red-eyed); Dhp-a.i.11.

akkhitta →

pts

khitta.

Akkhitta2

adjective hit, struck, thrown Ja.iii.255 (=…

akkhobhana →

pts

adjective = akkhobbha Ja.v.322 (= khobhetun na sakkhā C.).

akkhohiṇī →

pts

one of the highest numerals (1 followed by 42 ciphers, Childers) Ja.v.319; Ja.vi.395.

= akkhobhiṇī

akkhāna →

pts

…The 5th Veda Ja.v.450. (vedam akkhānapañcamaṃ; C: itihāsapañcamaṃ vedacatukkaṃ)
■ The spelling ākhyāna also…

akkhāti →

pts

…cond. akkhissaṃ Snp.997; Ja.vi.523
pass akkhāyati to be proclaimed, in phrase aggaṃ a to be deemed chief or superior, to be first, to…

akkhāyika →

pts

adjective relating, narrating Ja.iii.535; lokakkhāyikā kathā talk about nature-lore DN.i.8; Mil.316.

akkhāyin →

pts

adjective telling, relating, announcing SN.ii.35; SN.iii.7; Ja.iii.105.

akkosa →

pts

…10 expressions of cursing Ja.i.191; Snp-a.364, Snp-a.467; Dhp-a.i.212; Dhp-a.iv.2.

ā + kruś = kruñc, see kuñca &…

akkosati →

pts

…at, abuse, revile Ja.i.191; Ja.ii.416; Ja.iii.27; Dhp-a.i.211; Dhp-a.ii.44. Often combined with paribhāsati, e.g….

akkuṭṭha →

pts

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

akāca →

pts

adjective pure, flawless, clear DN.ii.244; Snp.476; Ja.v.203.

a + kāca

akāsiya →

pts

…(?); official name of certain tax-gatherers in the king’s service Ja.vi.212 (akāsiya-saṅkhātā rāja-purisā C.).

a + kāsika?

ala →

pts

…neg. anala insufficient, impossible MN.i.455; Ja.ii.326 = Ja.iv.471.

alaṃ adv. as adj.

alakkhika →

pts

(& īka) adjective unfortunate unhappy, of bad luck Vin.iii.23; Ja.iii.259.

a + lakkhika

alamba →

pts

…down, not drooping, short Ja.v.302; Ja.vi.3 (˚tthaniyo not flabby: of a woman’s breasts cp. alamb’ ordhva-stanī Suśruta i.371).

a +…

alasa →

pts

…(= jāti-alaso Snp-a.170); Ja.iv.30; Dhp.280 (= mahā-alaso Dhp-a.iii.410). Opp. analasa vigorous energetic SN.i.44; DN.iii.190 (dakkha +);…

alattaka →

pts

lac, a red animal dye Ja.iv.114 (˚pāṭala); Dhp-a.ii.174; Dhp-a.iv.197.

Sk. alaktaka

alaṃ →

pts

…AN.ii.180; Thag.252; Ja.i.401 (so read for ˚atta).

  • -ariya truly genuine, right noble, honourable indeed, only in…

alaṅkaraṇa →

pts

doing up, fitting out, ornamentation Ja.i.60.

alaṃ + karaṇa, fr. alankaroti

alaṅkaroti →

pts

…embellish, decorate Ja.i.60; Ja.iii.189; Ja.vi.368). ger. -karitvā Dhp-a.i.410; Pv-a.74
pp alaṅkata
caus…

alaṅkata →

pts

…Pv.ii.3#6; Vv.1#1; Ja.iii.392; Ja.iv.60. 2. “done enough” (see alaṃ, use with instr.), only neg….

alaṅkāra →

pts

…AN.iii.239; AN.iii.263 sq.; Ja.vi.368; Pv-a.23 Pv-a.46, Pv-a.70 (-˚ adj. adorned with), Pv-a.74; Sdhp.249.

fr. alankaroti, cp. Vedic…

alika →

pts

…untrue SN.i.189; Ja.iii.198; Ja.vi.361; Mil.26, Mil.99
■ nt. -ṃ a lie, falsehood Dhp.264.

alla →

pts

… * -dārūni green sticks Ja.i.318

  • -madhu fresh honey Dhp-a.ii.197;
  • -maṃsa-sarīra a body of living flesh Dhp-a.ii.51 =…

allāpa →

pts

…only in cpd. -sallāpa conversation (lit. talking to & fro or together) Ja.i.189; Mil.15; Vv-a.96; Pv-a.86.

Sk. ālāpa; ā + lāpa

allīyati →

pts

…at MN.i.260 & SN.iii.190. Ja.iv.5; Ja.v.154 (allīyituṃ, variant reading illīyituṃ); Dhs-a.364 (vanati bhajati a); pp. allīna-Caus….

aloma →

pts

adjective not hairy (upon the body) Ja.vi.457.

a + loma

aloṇika →

pts

adjective not salted Ja.iii.409; Vv-a.184.

a + loṇika

alāta →

pts

…to…

alīnatā →

pts

open mindedness, prudence, sincerity Ja.i.366.

abstr. of alīna

amacca →

pts

…king’s favourite confidant Ja.i.262; Pv-a.73 (˚kula), Pv-a.74 (amaccā ca purohito ca), Pv-a.81 (sabba-kammika amacca), Pv-a.93; and his…

amajja →

pts

bud Ja.v.416 (= makula C.).

etym.?

amajjapāyaka →

pts

one who abstains from intoxicants, a teetotaler Ja.ii.192.

a + majja + pāyaka, cp. Sk. amadyapa

amala →

pts

adjective without stain or fault Ja.v.4; Sdhp.246, Sdhp.591, Sdhp.596.

a + mala

amama →

pts

…combd. with nirāsa (free from longing), at Snp.469 = Snp.494; Ud.32; Ja.iv.303; Ja.vi.259.

a + mama, gen. of…

amanussa →

pts

…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.

a + manussa

amara →

pts

…Snp.249 (= amara-bhāva-patthanatāya pavatta-kāya-kilesa Snp-a.291); Ja.v.80 (= amaraṇa-sabhāva) Ja.v.218; Dāvs v.62.

a + mara…

amaratta →

pts

immortality Ja.v.223 (= devatta C.).

abstr. fr. amara

amarā →

pts

…maccha-jāti, sā ummujjana-nimmujjan-ādi vasena… gahetuṃ na sakkoti“ etc. This meaning is not beyond doubt, but Kern’s…

amassuka →

pts

adjective beardless Ja.ii.185.

a + massu + ka

amata →

pts

…dātā); Ja.i.4 (verse 25); Ja.iv.378, Ja.iv.386; Ja.v.456 (˚mahā-nibbāna); Snp.204 Snp.225, Snp.228 (= nibbāna Kp-a.185); Thag.310 (= agada…

amattaññu →

pts

…knowing any bounds (in the taking of food), intemperate immoderate Iti.23 (bhojanamhi); Dhp.7 (id.); Pp.21.

a + matta + ˚ñu = Sk. amātrajña

amattaññutā →

pts

immoderation (in food) DN.iii.213; Iti.23 (bhojane); Pp.21; Dhs.1346 (bhojane) Dhs-a.402.

abstr. to prec.

amba →

pts

…a (ripe) mango fruit Ja.ii.104 Ja.ii.394; Dhp-a.iii.207.

  • -panta a border of mango trees Vv-a.198. *…

ambala →

pts

at Ja.ii.246 (˚koṭṭhaka-āsana-sālā) for ambara1 (?) or for ambaka2 (?), or should we read kambala˚?.

ambara →

pts

…Dāvs v.32
Note. At Ja.v.390 we have to read muraja-ālambara, and not mura-jāla-ambara.

Vedic ambara circumference,…

ambho FIXME double FIXME double →

pts

Amho = ambho

Ja.i.174 (variant reading).

ambho FIXME double →

pts

…rascal DN.i.194; Iti.114; Ja.i.174 (variant reading amho), Ja.i.254; Mil.48.

fr. haṃ + bho, see bho, orig. “hallo you…

ambila →

pts

… ■ Ja.i.242 (˚anambila), Ja.i.505 (loṇ˚); Ja.ii.394 (loṇ˚); DN-a.i.270 (˚yāgu sour gruel); Dhp-a.ii.85 (ati-ambila, with accuṇha &…

ambu →

pts

water Ja.v.6; Mnd.202 (a. vuccati udakaṃ); Dāvs ii.16
■ Cp. ambha.

  • -cārin “living in the water”, a fish Snp.62…

ambuja →

pts

“water-born”, i.e.

  1. (m.) a fish SN.i.52.
  2. (nt.) a lotus Snp.845 (paduma Mnd.202); Dāvs v.46; Sdhp.360.

ambu + ja of; jan

amho →

pts

Amho = ambho

Ja.i.174 (variant reading).

amilātatā →

pts

the condition of not being withered Ja.v.156.

a + milāta + tā

amitta →

pts

…enemy DN.iii.185; Iti.83; Snp.561 (= paccatthika Snp-a.455); Dhp.66, Dhp.207; Ja.vi.274 (˚tāpana harassing the enemies).

Vedic amitra; a + mitta

amma →

pts

…dear DN.i.93; Ja.ii.133; Ja.iv.1, Ja.iv.281 (amma tāta uṭṭhetha daddy, mammy, get up!); Dhp-a.ii.87; Pv-a.73, Pv-a.74. 2. in general…

ammaṇa →

pts

…certain measure of capacity Ja.i.62; Ja.ii.436 (taṇḍul˚). As -ka at Ja.ii.117 (variant reading ampaṇaka); DN-a.i.84.

of uncertain…

ammā →

pts

mother Ja.iii.392 (gen. ammāya)
■ Voc. amma (see sep.).

onomat. from child language; Sk. ambā, cp. Gr. ἀμμάς mother,…

amoha →

pts

…absence of stupidity or delusion DN.iii.214; Pp.25. The form amogha occurs at Ja.vi.26 in the meaning of “efficacious,…

amājāta →

pts

…in the house, of a slave Ja.i.226 (dāsa, so read for āmajāta, an old mistake, expld. by C. forcibly as “āma ahaṃ vo dāsī…

amātika →

pts

adjective without a mother, motherless Ja.v.251.

a + mātika from mātā

anabbhita →

pts

…(where reading prob. faulty & due to a gloss; the id. p. at Thig.129 has ayācita & at Ja.iii.165 anavhāta; Pv-a.64 explains by anavhāta…

anabhirata →

pts

adjective not taking delight in Ja.i.61 (naccâdisu).

an + abhirata

anabhirati →

pts

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

an + abhirati

anabhuṇṇatatā →

pts

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

an + abbhuṇṇata + tā

anajjhiṭṭha →

pts

…unbidden, unasked Vin.i.113; Pv.i.12#3 (T. anabbhita, variant reading anijjhiṭṭha Ja.iii.165 has anavhāta; Thig.129 ayācita;…

anala →

pts

…MN.i.455; Ja.ii.326 = Ja.iv.471. 2. dissatisfied, insatiate Ja.v.63 (= atitta C.). 3. -ṃ kata dissatisfied, satiated, SN.i.15…

anamatagga →

pts

Yoga-system of Patañjali, 119) it is a possible, and indeed a necessary quality of the Yogī, to understand the beginning and end of…

anamha →

pts

…or distress, crying Ja.iii.223 (˚kāle = ārodana-kāle C.).

according to Morris J.P.T.S. 1884, 70 = ana-mha “unlaughing” with ana…

anasitvāna →

pts

without eating, fasting Ja.iv.371.

ger. of an + aśati

anassana →

pts

imperishableness, freedom from waste Ja.iv.168.

a + nassana, naś; cp. Sk. naśana

anasuyyaṃ →

pts

not grumbling Ja.iii.27 (variant reading for anusuyyaṃ T.).

Sk. anasūyan, ppr. of an + asūyati

anasūyaka →

pts

adjective not grumbling, not envious Ja.ii.192.

Sk. anasūyaka, cp. usūya

andha →

pts

…foolish dull of mind, silly Ja.i.246, Ja.i.262; Ja.vi.337; Dhp-a.ii.43, Dhp-a.ii.89 Dhp-a.iii.179; Vv-a.67; Pv-a.4, Pv-a.264. *…

andu →

pts

chain, fetter Vin.i.108 = Vin.iii.249 (tiṇ˚); DN.i.245; Ja.i.21 (˚ghara prisonhouse); Dhp-a.iv.54 (˚bandhana).

cp. Sk. andu, andū & anduka

anedha →

pts

adjective without fuel Ja.iv.26 (= anindhana).

an + edha

aneja →

pts

adjective free from desires or lust DN.ii.157; Snp.920, Snp.1043, Snp.1101, Snp.1112; Iti.91 (opp. ejânuga Mnd.353 = Cnd.55; Dhp.414 (= taṇhāya abhāvena Dhp-a.iv.194), Dhp.422; Pv.iv.1#35 (nittaṇha P …

aneka →

pts

…Dhp.153 (˚jātisāra); Ja.iv.2 Ja.vi.366.

  • -pariyāyena (instr.) in many ways Vin.i.16; Snp.p.15
  • -rūpa various,…

anesanā →

pts

impropriety SN.ii.194; Ja.ii.86; Ja.iv.381; Mil.343, Mil.401; DN-a.i.169; Dhp-a.iv.34; Sdhp.392, Sdhp.427.

an + esanā

aneḷaka →

pts

adjective = aneḷa, pure, clear MN.ii.5; Ja.vi.529.

cp. BSk. aneḍaka, e.g. Avs.i.187, Avs.i.243; Mvu.i.339; Mvu.iii.322

anikhāta →

pts

adjective not dug into, not dug down, not deep Ja.vi.109 (˚kūla; C. agambhīrā).

a + nikhāta, pp. of nikhanati

anikkasāva →

pts

…nikkasāva, cp….

anikkaḍḍhanā →

pts

not throwing out or expelling Ja.iii.22.

a + nikkaḍḍhanā

anila →

pts

wind Ja.iv.119 (˚patha air, sky); Mil.181; Vv-a.237; Sdhp.594.

from an, cp. Sk. aniti to breathe, cp. Gr. α ̓́νεμος wind; Lat. animus…

anindi →

pts

Anindi-

in -ḷocana (with) faultless eyes Ja.vi.265.

the compn. form of nindā

anindita →

pts

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

a + nindita

anitthi →

pts

woman lacking the characteristics of womanhood, a woman ceasing to be a woman, “nonwoman” Ja.ii.126 (compd with anadī a river without water interpreted by ucchiṭṭh-itthi).

an + itthi

aniñjana →

pts

immobility, steadfastness Pts.i.15.

an + iñjana

anna →

pts

…Snp.240, Snp.403, Snp.924; Ja.iii.190; Pp.51; Sdhp.106, Sdhp.214.

  • -āpa food & water Sdhp.100;
  • -da giving food…

anodaka →

pts

adjective without water, dry Ja.i.307; Dhp-a.i.52; Sdhp.443.

an + udaka

anodissaka →

pts

…(with ref. to mettā) Ja.i.81; Ja.ii.146; Vv-a.97 (in general; opp. odissaka-vasena). See also Mrs. Rh. D. Psalms of the Brethren p. 5…

anogha →

pts

in anogha-tiṇṇa see ogha. Anojaka = anoja

anojagghati →

pts

at DN.i.91 is variant reading for anujagghati.

anojaka →

pts

Anojaka = anojā

Vv.35#4 (= Vv-a.161, where classed with yodhikā bandhujīvakā).

anojā FIXME double →

pts

…Ja.vi.536 (korandaka +); usually in cpd. anojapuppha the a. flower, used for wreaths etc. Ja.i.9 (˚dāma a garland of a flowers); Ja.vi.227…

anojā →

pts

Anojaka = anojā

Vv.35#4 (= Vv-a.161, where classed with yodhikā bandhujīvakā).

anoma →

pts

…wisdom (Name of a Buddha) Ja.i.228.

  • -nāma of perfect name SN.i.33 (“by name the Peerless” Mrs. Rh. D.) SN.i.235;…

anomajjati →

pts

…MN.i.80, MN.i.509; SN.v.216.

anu + ava + majjati, mṛj

anoramati →

pts

not to stop, to continue Ja.iii.487; Dhp-a.iii.9 (ger. -itvā continually).

an + ava + ram

anosita →

pts

adjective not inhabited (by), not accessible (to) Snp.937 (= anajjhositaṃ Mnd.441 jarādīhi anajjhāvutthaṃ ṭhānaṃ Snp-a.566).

an + ava + sita, pp. of

anovassa →

pts

absence of rain, drought Ja.v.317 (variant reading BB for anvāvassa T.; q.v.).

an + ovassa; cp. Sk. anavavarṣana

anovassaka →

pts

adjective sheltered from the rain, dry Vin.ii.211; Vin.iv.272; Ja.i.172; Ja.ii.50; Ja.iii.73; Dhp-a.ii.263; Thag-a.188.

an + ovassaka

anta →

pts

…bowels mesentery Iti.89; Ja.i.66, Ja.i.260 (˚vaddhi-maṃsa etc.); Vism.258; Dhp-a.i.80.

antalikkha →

pts

…the air AN.i.215.

  • -cara walking through the air Vin.i.21; DN.i.17; SN.i.111; Ja.v.267; DN-a.i.110.

Vedic antarikṣa =…

antamaso →

pts

…MN.iii.127; AN.v.195; Ja.ii.129; DN-a.i.170; Snp-a.35; Vv-a.155.

orig. abl. of antama, *Sk. antamaśah; cp. BSk. antaśah as same…

antara →

pts

…in the centre of the island Ja.i.240; ˚dvāre in the door Ja.v.231; ˚magge on the road (cp. antarāmagge) Pv-a.109 ˚bhatte in phrase ekasmiṃ…

antaradhāyati →

pts

…to cause to disappear, to destroy Ja.i.147; Ja.ii.415; Pv-a.123.

antara + dhāyati

antarayati →

pts

to go or step in between, ger. antaritvā (= antarayitvā) Ja.i.218.

cp. denom. fr. antara

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

antaraṭṭhaka →

pts

Trenckner divides anta-raṭṭhaka) AN.i.136 (in nom.); Ja.i.390; Mil.396.

antara + aṭṭhaka

antarika →

pts

…between Pv-a.173 (aneka-yojan˚ ṭhāna). See also f. antarikā. 3. inside: see antarikā. -anantarika with no…

antarikā →

pts

…inside of Vin.iv.272 (bhājan˚). 2. the neighbourhood, region of (-˚), sphere, compass Vin.iii.39 (ur˚, angul˚); Ja.i.265 (yakkhassa sīm˚…

antarā →

pts

…come in between, to prevent Ja.vi.295.

  • -parinibbāyin an Anāgāmin who passes away in the middle of his term of life…

antarāpaṇa →

pts

place where the trading goes on, bazaar Ja.i.55; Ja.vi.52; Mil.1, Mil.330; Dhp-a.i.181.

antarā + paṇa “in between the shopping or trading”

antarāya →

pts

…(= jīvit˚ Dhp-a.iii.431); Ja.i.62, Ja.i.128; Kp-a.181; Dhp-a.ii.52; Vv-a.1 = Pv-a.1 (hat˚ removing the obstacles -antarāyaṃ karoti to…

ante →

pts

…SN.i.180; SN.iv.136; Ja.i.166; Ja.ii.278; Ja.iii.83, Ja.iii.463; Pv-a.12; Vv-a.138; -vāsin ˚vāsika Vin.iii.66; DN.i.1, DN.i.45,…

anti →

pts

…C. santikaṃ), Ja.v.400, Ja.v.404; Ja.vi.565 (sāmikass’ anti = antike C.)-Cp. antika.

Vedic anti = Lat ante,…

antika →

pts

…Kp.viii.1. (odak˚); Ja.vi.565 (antike loc. anti near). 2. [der fr. anta = Sk. antya] being at the end, final, finished, over SN.i.130…

anto →

pts

…SN.iv.136.

  • -vaḷañjanaka (parijana) indoorpeople Ja.v.118.
  • -vassa the rainy season (lit. the interval of the r….

anu →

pts

magge along the road Ja.v.201; vāte with the wind Ja.ii.382.

B. As prefix

  1. General character. anu is freq. as modifying…

anubandhana →

pts

that which connects or follows, connection, consequence Ja.vi.526 (˚dukkha).

fr. anubandhati

anubandhati →

pts

…aor. -bandhi Ja.ii.154, Ja.ii.353 Ja.iii.504; Pv-a.260 (= anvāgacchi). ger. -bandhitvā Ja.i.254 grd. -bandhitabba MN.i.106
pp…

anubbajati →

pts

to go along, wander, follow, tread (a path) Ja.iv.399 (maggaṃ = pabbajati C.).

anu + vraj

anubbata →

pts

adjective subject to the will of another, obedient, faithful, devoted Ja.iii.521 Ja.vi.557.

Vedic anuvrata, anu + vata

anubhavana →

pts

…combn. with dukkha˚; suffering painful sensations, e.g. at Ja.iv.3; Mil.181; Dhp-a.iv.75; Pv-a.52.

fr. anubhavati

anubhavati →

pts

… ppr med. -bhavamāna Ja.i.50; aor. -bhavi Pv-a.75 (sampattiṃ); ger. -bhavitvā Ja.iv.1; Pv-a.4 (sampattiṃ), Pv-a.67…

anubhoti →

pts

… ppr med. -bhavamāna Ja.i.50; aor. -bhavi Pv-a.75 (sampattiṃ); ger. -bhavitvā Ja.iv.1; Pv-a.4 (sampattiṃ), Pv-a.67…

anubhāva →

pts

…Vv-a.25) 2. ānubhāva majesty power magnificence, glory, splendour Ja.v.10, Ja.v.456; Pv.ii.8#11 Vv-a.14; Pv-a.43,…

anubhāyati →

pts

to be afraid of Ja.vi.302 (kissa nv’ ânubhāyissaṃ, so read for kissânu˚).

anu + bhāyati

anubhūta →

pts

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

pp. of anubhavati

anubodhati →

pts

…= SN.i.126 (anubodhaṃ)
caus -bodheti to awaken, fig. to make see to instruct Ja.vi.139 (˚ayamāna)
pp anubuddha

anubrūheti →

pts

…detachment or solitude, e.g. Ja.i.9 (inf ˚brūhetuṃ); Ja.iii.31 (˚brūhessāmi), Dhp.75 (˚brūhaye ˚brūheyya vaḍḍheyya Dhp-a.ii.103) …

anubujjhati →

pts

to remember, recollect Ja.iii.387 (with avabujjhati in prec. verse).

anu + bujjhati, Med. of budh, cp. Sk. avabudhyate

anubyañjana FIXME double →

pts

Anuvyañjana & anubyañjana

(e.g. Vin.iv.15; Ja.i.12) neuter accompanying (i.e. secondary attribute, minor or inferior characteristic, supplementary…

anubyañjana →

pts

anucaṅkamana →

pts

sidewalk Ja.i.7.

fr. anucankamati

anuccaṅgin →

pts

see anujjangin.

anucchavika →

pts

…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; Dhp-a.i.203, Dhp-a.i.390; Dhp-a.ii.55,…

anucchaviya →

pts

…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; Dhp-a.i.203, Dhp-a.i.390; Dhp-a.ii.55,…

anucchiṭṭha →

pts

adjective (food) that is not thrown away or left over; untouched, clean (food) Ja.iii.257; Dhp-a.ii.3 (vv.ll. anucciṭṭha).

see ucchiṭṭha

anuciṇṇa →

pts

…= Iti.86 (pamādaṃ); Ja.i.20 (verse 126); Thag.236 Thag.2, Thag.206; Dpvs.iv.9. 2. adorned with, accompanied by connected with…

anuddayā →

pts

…Pp.35 (anukampā); Ja.i.147, Ja.i.186, Ja.i.214; Pv-a.70 Pv-a.88, Pv-a.181 (= anukampā). In compound anudaya˚; e.g. -sampanna full of…

anudhāreti →

pts

to hold up DN-a.i.61 (chattaṃ), cp. Ja.1.53, dhariyamāna.

anu + dhāreti

anudiṭṭha →

pts

…Pv-a.50).

pp. of…

anuga →

pts

…1095 (Māra vasa˚; = abhibhuyya viharanti Cnd.507); Iti.91 (ejā˚;) Ja.iii.224 (vasa˚; = vasavattin C.); Mhvs.7, Mhvs.3.

fr. anu +…

anugacchati →

pts

…ppr. anugammamāna accompanied or followed by, surrounded, adorned with Ja.i.53; Ja.v.370. pp. anugata (q.v.).

anu…

anugama →

pts

following after, only as adj. in dur˚ difficult to be followed Ja.iv.65.

fr. anu + gam

anugata →

pts

…variant reading anudhata); Ja.ii.292 (samudda˚); Ja.v.369; Cnd.32 (taṇhā˚); Pv-a.102 (nāmaṃ mayhaṃ a. has been given to me), Pv-a.133…

anugaṇhāti →

pts

…sārato agaṇhaṇto); Ja.ii.74; Cnd.50 (ppr. med -gayhamāna = anukampamāna); Pp.36; Pv-a.181 (imper….

anuggaha →

pts

…AN.v.70; Iti.12, Iti.98; Ja.i.151; Ja.v.150; Pp.25; Pv-a.145; Thag-a.104.

anu + grah

Anuggaha2

adjective not taking up…

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

…sārato agaṇhaṇto); Ja.ii.74; Cnd.50 (ppr. med -gayhamāna = anukampamāna); Pp.36; Pv-a.181 (imper….

anugghāta →

pts

not shaking, a steady walk Ja.vi.253.

an + ugghāta

anugghātin →

pts

adjective not shaking, not jerking, Ja.vi.252; Vv.5#3 (read ˚ī for i); Vv-a.36.

fr. last

anugijjhati →

pts

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

anu +…

anugāmika →

pts

…on Kp.viii.8 (nidhi a treasure acc. a man to the next world); Ja.iv.280 (-nidhi); Mil.159 (parisā); Pv-a.132,…

anujagghati →

pts

to laugh at, deride, mock DN.i.91; DN-a.i.258 (cp. sañjagghati ibid 256).

anu + jagghati

anujavati →

pts

to run after, to hasten after, to follow Ja.vi.452 (= anubandhati).

anu + javati

anujju →

pts

…Epithet of a beautiful woman Ja.v.40 (= kañcana-sannibha-sarīrā C.); Ja.vi.500 (T. anuccangī C. aninditā agarahitangī); -gāmin going…

anujānāti →

pts

…(q.v.) Caus. anujānāpeti Ja.i.156.

anu + jānāti

anujāta →

pts

…+ opp. avajāta); Thag.827 (fig. following the example of) 1279; Ja.vi.380; Dhp-a.i.129; Dāvs ii.66.

anu + jāta

anujīvati →

pts

anujīvata (q.v.).

anu +…

anujīvin →

pts

adjective noun living upon, another, dependent; a follower, a dependant AN.i.152; AN.iii.44; Ja.iii.485; Dāvs v.43.

fr. anujīvati

anukampā →

pts

…(loka˚ out of compassion for all mankind, + atthaya hitāya); Ja.iii.280; Pv-a.47, Pv-a.147.

abstr. fr. anukampati

anukaroti →

pts

…after“ AN.i.212; Ja.i.491; Ja.ii.162; Dhp-a.iv.197
ppr anukabbaṃ Vin.ii.201 (mamâ˚)
■ Med. anukubbati SN.i.19…

anukaṅkhin →

pts

adjective striving after, longing for Ja.v.499 (piya˚).

fr. anu + kāṅkṣ

anukhaṇati →

pts

to dig after or further Ja.v.233.

anu + khaṇati

anukkama →

pts

…or succession Ja.i.157, Ja.i.262, Ja.i.290; Vv-a.157; Pv-a.5, Pv-a.14, Pv-a.35 etc. 2. that which keeps an animal in (regular step, i.e. a…

anukkaṇṭhana →

pts

having no lack anything, being contented or happy Ja.vi.4.

an + ukkaṇṭhana

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

anukubba →

pts

adjective (-˚) “doing correspondingly” giving back, retaliating Ja.ii.205 (kicca˚)

= Sk. anukurvat, ppr. of anukaroti

anukāma →

pts

adjective responding to love, loving in return Ja.ii.157.

anu + kāma

anulitta →

pts

adjective anointed, besmeared Ja.i.266; Pv-a.211.

cp. Sk. anulipta, pp. of anulimpati

anumagge →

pts

at Ja.v.201 should be read anu magge along the road, by the way; anu here used as prep. c. loc (see anu A b).

anumajjana →

pts

…DN-a.i.63, DN-a.i.122.

abstr. fr. anumajjati

anumajjati →

pts

…stroke, to touch DN-a.i.276 (= anumasati). 2. to beat, thresh fig. to thresh ont Ja.vi.548; Mil.90

pass anumajjīyati Mil.275 (cp. p….

anumajjha →

pts

adjective mediocre, without going to extremes Ja.iv.192; Ja.v.387.

anu + majjha

anumasati →

pts

to touch DN.i.106 (= anumajjati DN-a.i.276).

anu + masati

anumata →

pts

…of, given consent to, finding approval, given leave DN.i.99 (= anuññāta DN-a.i.267); Ja.v.399 (= muta); Mil.185, Mil.212, Mil.231,…

anumitta →

pts

secondary friend, a follower. acquaintance Ja.v.77.

anu + mitta

anumodana →

pts

…Pv-a.89 ˚ṁ katvā Ja.i.91 Dhp-a.iii.170 Dhp-a.iii.172.Vv-a 118 Pv-a.17 Pv-a.47; ˚ṁ vatvā Vv-a.40 (pānīyadāne for the gift…

anumodati →

pts

…honti Pv-a.27); Ja.ii.112; Pv-a.19, Pv-a.46, Pv-a.81, Pv-a.201) imper. modāhi) Sdhp.501 sq
pp anumodita

anunaya →

pts

…fawning DN.iii.254 (˚saṃyojana); AN.iv.7 sq (id.) MN.i.191; Dhs.1059; Vb.145; Ne.79; combd. w opp. paṭigha

anupabbajjā →

pts

giving up worldly life in imitation of another SN.v.67 = Iti.107

anu + pabbajjā, cp. BSk. anupravrajati Divy.61

anupacināti →

pts

not to observe or notice Ja.v.339 (= anoloketi C.; variant reading anapaviṇāti).

an + upacināti

anupada →

pts

padānupadaṃ (adv.) foot after foot, i.e. in the footsteps, immediately behind Ja.iii.504; Ja.vi.555; Dhp-a.i.69; Dhp-a.ii.38.

cp. Sk….

anupadāna →

pts

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

anu + pa + dāna, cp. anupadeti

anupajagghati →

pts

to laugh at, to deride, mock over AN.i.198 (variant reading anusaṃ˚).

anu + pa + jagghati

anupajjati →

pts

to follow, accompany Ja.iv.304. - pp. anupanna (q.v.).

anu + pad

anupakhajjati →

pts

to encroach, intrude Vin.v.163.

den. fr. anupakhajja, ger. of anupakkhandati

anupakkhandati →

pts

…DN-a.i.290) ger. anupakhajja pushing oneself in, intruding Vin.ii.88 (= antopavisati), Vin.ii.213; Vin.iv.43 (=…

anupanna →

pts

gone into, reached, attained Snp.764 (māradheyya˚).

pp. of anupajjati

anuparigacchati →

pts

…(aor. -pariyagā = parito parito agamāsi Snp-a.393); Ja.iv.267.

anu + pari + gacchati

anupatati →

pts

  1. to follow, go after, Ja.vi.555 anupatiyāsi Subj.).
  2. to fall upon, to befall, attack Vin.iii.106 = MN.i.364; SN.i.23 (read ˚patanti for…

anupathe →

pts

at Ja.v.302 should be read as anu pathe by the way at the wayside; anu to be taken as prep. c. loc. (see anu A). C. explains as…

anupavajja →

pts

adjective blameless, without fault, Mil.391.

grd. of an + upavadati

anupavecchati →

pts

…(variant reading ˚vacch˚); Ja.v.394; Snp.208 (variant reading ˚vacch˚); Snp-a.256 (= anupavesati); Pv-a.28.

see under…

anupaṭṭhita →

pts

adjective setting out after, following, attacking Ja.v.452.

anu + pa + ṭhita

anuphusīyati →

pts

to sprinkle, moisten, make wet Ja.v.242 (himaṃ C. pateyya).

anu + phusīyati, cp. Sk. pruṣāyati, Caus. of pruṣ

anupiya →

pts

…nt. pleasantness, flattery, in -bhāṇin one who flatters I iii.185; Ja.ii.390; Ja.v.360; and -bhāṇitar id. Vb.352.

anu + piya

anuppīḷa →

pts

adjective not molested, not oppressed (by robbers etc.) not ruined, free from harm Ja.iii.443 Ja.v.378; Vv-a.351; Pv-a.161.

an + uppīḷa

anupubba →

pts

…Pp.41, Pp.64; Ja.ii.2, Ja.ii.105; Ja.iii.127; Mil.22; Pv-a.19. anupubbaso (abl. cp. Sk. anupūrvaśaḥ) in regular order…

anupubbi-kathā →

pts

…DN.ii.41; MN.i.379; Ja.i.8; Vv-a.66, Vv-a.197, Vv-a.208; DN-a.i.308; Dhp-a.i.6; Mil.228
■ The spelling is frequently…

anupāhana →

pts

adjective without shoes Ja.vi.552.

an + upāhana

anupāpeti →

pts

…to, to give or make find Ja.vi.88; Cp. xi. 4 (aor anupāpayi); Mil.276
pp anupāpita (q.v.).

Caus. of…

anupātin →

pts

adjective

  1. following, indulging in Ja.iii.523 (khaṇa˚).
  2. attacking, hurting Ja.v.399.

fr. anupāta

anupāya →

pts

wrong means Ja.i.256; Sdhp.405.

an + upāya

anurakkhaka →

pts

adjective preserving, keeping up Ja.iv.192 (vaṃsa˚); Ja.vi.1 (id.).

fr. anurakkhati, cp. ˚rakkhin

anurakkhati →

pts

…+…

anurakkhaṇa →

pts

(f.) guarding, protection, preservation DN.iii.225 sq.; AN.ii.16 sq.; Ja.i.133 Pp.12; Dpvs.iv.24 (adj.); Vv-a.32 (citta˚); Sdhp.449.

abstr. fr. anurakkhati

anurakkhin →

pts

adjective guarding, preserving, keeping Ja.v.24.

fr. anurakkhati

anuratta →

pts

adjective pp. of anu + rañj ] attached or devoted to, fond of, faithful Thig.446 (bhattāraṃ); Ja.i.297; Mil.146.

anurodati →

pts

to cry after, cry for Ja.iii.166 = Pv.i.12#7 (dārako candaṃ a.).

anu + rodati

anurūpa →

pts

…conform with (-˚ Ja.i.91; Ja.vi.366 (tad˚); Pv-a.61 (ajjhāsaya˚ according to his wish), Pv-a.128 (id.), Pv-a.78, Pv-a.122,…

anusandhi →

pts

…to draw the conclusion, to show the application of the story or point out its maxim Ja.i.106; Ja.i.308; Dhp-a.ii.40, Dhp-a.ii.47; etc.

fr. anu +…

anusatthar →

pts

instructor, adviser Ja.iv.178 (ācariya +). Cp anusāsaka.

n. ag. to anu + sās, cf. Sk. anuśāsitṛ & P. satthar

anusatthi →

pts

admonition, rule, instruction Ja.i.241; Mil.98, Mil.172, Mil.186 (dhamma˚), Mil.225, Mil.227, Mil.347.

Sk. anuśāsti, anu + śās, cp….

anusañcarati →

pts

…MN.i.279; SN.v.53, SN.v.301; Ja.i.202 Ja.iii.502; Pv-a.279 (nagaraṃ)
pp anusañcarita (q.v.).

anu + saṃ + carati

anusaññāti →

pts

-saññātuṃ AN.i.68. (janapade).

either anu + saṃ + jñā (jānāti) or (preferably) = anusaṃyāti as short form of anusaṃyāyati,…

anusaṃvacchara →

pts

adjective yearly Dhp-a.i.388 (nakkhattaṃ). Usually nt. -ṃ as adv. yearly, every year Ja.i.68; Ja.v.99. On use of anu in this combn. see anu A a.

anu + saṃv˚

anusaṃyāyati →

pts

…(Bhagavantaṃ ˚itvā) Ja.iv.214 (variant reading anuyāyitvā). See also anuyāti and…

anuseṭṭhi →

pts

…(banker, merchant) Ja.v.384 (see anu B iii. a.). 2. in redupl. cpd seṭṭhānuseṭṭhi (see anu B…

anusikkhati →

pts

…Snp.934; Ja.i.89; Ja.ii.98; Ja.iii.315; Ja.v.334; Ja.vi.62; Thag.963; Mil.61
caus anusikkhāpeti to teach [= Sk anuśikṣayati]…

anusiṭṭha →

pts

instructed, admonished, advised; ordered, commanded MN.ii.96; Ja.i.226; Pv.ii.8#11; Mil.284, Mil.349.

Vedic anuśiṣṭa, pp. of anusāsati

anusota →

pts

…down-stream AN.ii.12; Ja.i.70 (opp. paṭisotaṃ against the stream); Pv-a.169 (Gangāya a. āgacchanto).

*…

anussarati →

pts

…(pubbenivāsaṃ); Ja.i.167; Ja.ii.111; Dhp.364; Pv.i.5#9; Pp.60; Sdhp.580, Sdhp.587; DN-a.i.257; Kp-a.213; Dhp-a.ii.84; Dhp-a.iv.95; Pv-a.29,…

anussava →

pts

…SN.iv.138; AN.i.26; Ja.i.158 (with ref. to part. kira = annussav’atthe nipāto; so also at Vv-a.322, cf. anussavana);…

anusumbhati →

pts

to adorn, embellish, prepare Ja.vi.76.

anu + sumbhati (sobhati); śubh or (Vedic) śumbh

anusuyyaka →

pts

adjective not envious, not jealous Snp.325 (= usuyyāvigamena a. Snp-a.332); Ja.ii.192 (variant reading anussuyyaka); Ja.v.112.

an + usuyyaka

anusuyyaṃ →

pts

reading at Ja.iii.27, see anasuyyaṃ.

cp. Sk. anasūyaṃ

anusāra →

pts

…(instr. in consequence of, in accordance with, according to Ja.i.8; Pv-a.187 (tad), Pv-a.227; and anusārato

anusārin →

pts

…sq.; AN.i.74; AN.iv.10; Pp.15
■ Cp. also SN.i.15 (bhavasota˚); SN.iv.128 (id.); Ja.vi.444 (paṇḍitassa˚ = veyyāvaccakara C.); Sdhp.528…

anusāsaka →

pts

adviser, instructor, counsellor Ja.ii.105; Mil.186, Mil.217, Mil.264. Cp. anusatthar.

fr. anusāsati

anusāsanī →

pts

…sq., AN.v.49, AN.v.338; Ja.v.113; Thig.172, Thig.180; Pv.iii.7#6 Thag-a.162; Vv-a.19, Vv-a.80, Vv-a.81.

*…

anusāsati →

pts

…of a Cakkavattin); Ja.ii.2; Ja.vi.517 (rajjassa rajjaṃ C., i.e. take care of) DN-a.i.246 (read ˚sāsantena) Pv-a.161 (rajjaṃ)

pp…

anutappati →

pts

…feel remorse Ja.i.113; Ja.iv.358; Ja.v.492 (ppr. an-anutappaṃ); Dhp.67, Dhp.314; Pv.ii.9#42; Dhp-a.ii.40. grd. anutappa to be regretted…

anutiṭṭhati →

pts

to look after, to manage, carry on Ja.v.113 (= anugacchati) Pv-a.78.

anu + tiṭṭhati see also anuṭṭhahati

anutthunāti →

pts

…Dhp.156; Ja.iii.115; Ja.v.346, Ja.v.479; Dhp-a.iii.133; Pv-a.60 (wrongly applied for ghāyati, of the fire of conscience).

anu + thunati…

anuttāna →

pts

adjective not (lying) open, not exposed; fig. unexplained, unclear Ja.vi.247.

an + uttāna

anutāḷeti →

pts

to beat Ja.ii.280.

anu + taḷeti

anuvadati →

pts

to blame, censure, reproach Vin.ii.80, Vin.ii.88
grd anuvajja (q.v.).

Sk. ava˚; anu + vadati

anuvajja →

pts

adjective to be blamed, censurable, worthy of reproach Snp.p.78 (an˚ = anuvādavimutta Snp-a.396).

grd. of anu + vadati, cp. anuvāda & Sk. avavadya

anuvasati →

pts

to live with somebody, to dwell, inhabit Ja.ii.421. Caus. -vāseti to pass, spend (time) Ja.vi.296
pp -vuttha (q.v.).

anu + vasati

anuvattana →

pts

complying with, conformity with (-˚), compliance, observance, obedience Ja.i.367 (dhamma˚); Ja.v.78.

abstr. fr. anuvattati

anuvattati →

pts

…(bdhgh.); Vin.iv.218; Ja.i.125, Ja.i.300; DN-a.i.288; Pv-a.19. 2. to practice, execute Pv.iv.7#12

caus -vatteti (q.v.).

Sk….

anuvattin →

pts

…with (-˚), obedient Ja.ii.348 (f. ˚inī), Ja.iii.319 (id.); Dhp.86 (dhamma˚); Vv.15#5 (vasa˚ = anukūlabhāvena vattana sīla Vv-a.71);…

anuvejja →

pts

adjective in an˚ see anuvijjati. Anuvyanjana & anubyanjana;

anuvicarati →

pts

…through, explore DN.i.235; Ja.ii.128; Ja.iii.188; Pv-a.189 (= anupariyāti)
caus -vicāreti to think over (lit. to make one’s mind wander…

anuvicca →

pts

…for anvicca) cf. anveti & adhicca; & see anuvijjati

anuvicinteti →

pts

…anucintaya); Thag.747; Dhp.364; Iti.82 (dhammaṃ ˚ayaṃ); Ja.iii.396; Ja.iv.227; Ja.v.223 (dhammaṃ ˚cintayanto).

anu + vi + cinteti

anuvidhīyati →

pts

…cf….

anuvidita →

pts

…in B.Sk., e.g. Mvu.iii.398.

pp. of anuvijjati

anuvijjaka →

pts

one who finds out, an examiner Vin.v.161.

fr. anuvijja, ger. of anuvijjati

anuvijjati →

pts

…Snp-a.431, also -vijja vicca; (see both under anuvicca); grd. ananuvejja not to be known, unfathomable, unknowable MN.i.140 (Tathāgato…

anuvijjhati →

pts

…struck or hurt with (instr.) Ja.vi.439 2. to be affected with, to fall into, to incur Dhp-a.iii.380 (aparādhaṃ)

pp…

anuviloketi →

pts

…loketi; B.Sk….

anuvisaṭa →

pts

(anu + visaṭa, pp. of anu + vi + sṛ; ] spread over SN.v.277 sq.; Ja.iv.102.

anuvuttha →

pts

living with, staying, dwelling Ja.ii.42 (cira˚); Ja.v.445 (id.).

pp. of anuvasati, cf. Sk. anūṣita

anuvyañjana →

pts

Anuvyañjana & anubyañjana

(e.g. Vin.iv.15; Ja.i.12) neuter accompanying (i.e. secondary attribute, minor or inferior characteristic, supplementary…

anuvāta →

pts

anuvāte (anu + vāte) at Ja.ii.382 “with the wind, facing the w. in front of the wind” anu is to be taken as prep. c. loc & to be separated…

anuyoga →

pts

…sq.; AN.v.17 sq. AN.v.205; Ja.i.90 (padhān’ ânuyogakiccaṃ); Vv.84#38 (dhamma˚) Mil.348; DN-a.i.78, DN-a.i.104. 2. invitation, appeal,…

anuyutta →

pts

…sevaka* Snp-a.453).

pp. of anuyuñjati

anuyuñjanā →

pts

(& -yuñjana nt.) application or devotion to (-˚) Mil.178; Vv-a.346 (anuyujjanaṃ wrong spelling?)

abstr. fr. anuyuñjati

anuyuñjati →

pts

…SN.i.25, SN.i.122 (˚yuñjan “in loving self-devotion” mrs. rh. D.); SN.iii.154; SN.iv.104, SN.iv.175; Dhp.26 (pamādaṃ =…

anuyāti →

pts

…to go after, to follow Ja.vi.49 (fut. ˚yissati), Ja.vi.499 (yāyantaṃ anuyāyati = anugacchati C). 2. to go along by, to go over, to visit…

anuyāyati →

pts

…to go after, to follow Ja.vi.49 (fut. ˚yissati), Ja.vi.499 (yāyantaṃ anuyāyati = anugacchati C). 2. to go along by, to go over, to visit…

anuyāyin →

pts

adjective going after, following, subject to (gen.) Snp.1017 (anânuyāyin); Ja.vi.309; Mil.284.

cp. Sk. anuyāyin, anu +

anuññāta →

pts

…ordained DN.i.88; Ja.i.92; Ja.ii.353 Ja.ii.416; Pv.i.12#3 (na a. = ananuññāta at id. p. Thig.129 expld. at Pv-a.64 by ananumata);…

anuññātatta →

pts

being permitted, permission Ja.ii.353.

abstr. to anuññāta

anuḍahana →

pts

conflagration, burning up, consumption Ja.v.271; Thag-a.287.

fr. anuḍahati

anuḍahati →

pts

…destroy, consume Ja.ii.330; Ja.vi.423. Pass -ḍayhati Ja.v.426
■ Also spelt -dahati, e.g. at SN.iv.190 = SN.v.53; Thig.488.

anu +…

anuḍasati →

pts

to bite Ja.vi.192.

anu + ḍasati

anuṭṭhahati →

pts

…out, look after, practise do Ja.v.121
pp anuṭṭhita (q.v.).

anu + ṭhahati = ˚thāti, see…

anuṭṭhita →

pts

…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…

anuṭṭhāna →

pts

“the not getting up”, inactivity, want of energy Dhp.241 (sarīra-paṭijagganaṃ akaronto Dhp-a.iii.347).

an + uṭṭhāna

anuṭṭhātar →

pts

one without energy or zeal Snp.96 (niddāsīlin sabhāsīlin +) Snp-a.169 (viriya-tejavirahita).

n. ag. to an + uṭṭhahati

anvagā →

pts

3rd sg. aor. of anugacchati Mhvs.7, Mhvs.10. Also in assim. form annagā Ja.v.258.

anvāgacchati →

pts

…after, pursue; aor. anvāgacchi Pv.iv.5#6 (= anubandhi Pv-a.260). 2. to come back again Ja.i.454 (ger. ˚gantvāna)

pp…

anvāgata →

pts

having pursued, attained; endowed with Thag.63; Ja.iv.385; Ja.v.4.

pp. of anvāgacchati

anvāmaddati →

pts

to squeeze, wring Ja.iii.481 (galakaṃ anvāmaddi wrung his neck; vv.ll. anvānumaṭṭi & anvāvamaddi; C. gīvaṃ maddi).

anu + ā + maddati

anvārohati →

pts

to go up to, visit, ascend Ja.iv.465 (aor. anvāruhi).

anu + ā + rohati

anvāvassa →

pts

at Ja.v.317 should be read with variant reading BB as anovassa absence of rain.

anvāya →

pts

…(gabbhaparipākaṃ). Often in phrase vuddhiṃ anvāya growing up, e.g. Ja.i.278; Ja.iii.126; Dhp-a.ii.87.

ger. of anveti; cp. anvaya

anvāyika →

pts

adjective noun following; one who follows, a companion DN.iii.169; Cnd.59; Ja.iii.348.

fr. anvāya

anācāra →

pts

misconduct, immorality Ja.ii.133; Ja.iii.276; adj. anācārin Pp.57.

an + ācāra

anāditvā →

pts

not taking up, not heeding Ja.iv.352 (variant reading for T. anādiyitvā).

ger. of an + ādiyati

anādiyitvā →

pts

without assuming or taking up, not heeding Vin.iv.120; Ja.iv.352; Dhp-a.i.41. See also ādiyati. Ananu-

ger. of an + ādiyati, Sk. anādāya

anāgamana →

pts

not coming, not returning Ja.i.203, Ja.i.264.

an + āgamana

anāgata →

pts

…AN.iii.100 sq., AN.iii.400; Snp.318, Snp.373, Snp.851; Iti.53; Ja.iv.159; Ja.vi.364; Dhs.1039, Dhs.1416.

an + āgata

anāgāmin →

pts

…the Arahant; and the Saṃyojanas are not referred to. It is probable that already in the Nikāya period the older wider meaning was falling into…

anājāniya →

pts

adjective of inferior race, not of good blood MN.i.367.

an + ājāniya

anāmanta →

pts

˚- without asking or being asked; in -kata unasked, unpermitted, uninvited Ja.vi.226 -cāra living uninvited Vin.v.132; AN.iii.259.

an + āmanta

anāmassa →

pts

adjective not to be touched Ja.ii.360 (C. anāmāsitabba).

grd. of an + āmassati, Sk. āmaśya

anāmata →

pts

adjective not affected by death, immortal Ja.ii.56 (asusāna-ṭṭhāna C.); Dhp-a.ii.99.

an + amata the ā being due to metrical lengthening

anānu →

pts

…(ppr.) not regretting Ja.v.492; -puṭṭha questioned Snp.782 (= apucchita Snp-a.521); -yāyin not following or not defiled by evil…

anāpāda →

pts

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

an + āpāda

anāsakatta →

pts

fasting Snp.249 (= abhojana Snp-a.292).

abstr. of anāsaka

anāvasūraṃ →

pts

…not set, before sun-down Ja.v.56 (= anatthangata-suriyaṃ C. cp. Sk. utsūra.

an + ava + sūra = suriya, with ava lengthened to āva in…

anāvāsa →

pts

adjective noun uninhabited, an uninhabited place Vin.ii.22, Vin.ii.33; Ja.ii.77.

an + āvāsa

anāyatana →

pts

nonexertion, not exerting oneself, sluggishness, indolence Ja.v.121 (˚sīla = dussīla C.).

an + āyatana

anāḷhika →

pts

…(variant reading BB. anāḷiya) AN.iii.352 sq. (vv.ll. BB. anāḷhika), 384; Ja.v.96.

an + ālhiya, Sk. āḍhya, see also…

anāḷhiya →

pts

…(variant reading BB. anāḷiya) AN.iii.352 sq. (vv.ll. BB. anāḷhika), 384; Ja.v.96.

an + ālhiya, Sk. āḍhya, see also…

anīka →

pts

…guard DN.iii.64, DN.iii.148; Ja.v.100; Ja.vi.15 (“men on horseback”, horseguard); Mil.234, Mil.264.

anītiha →

pts

…(= Cnd.49, Cnd.151); Ja.i.456; Ne.166 (cp. Iti.28).

an + ītīha, the latter a cpd. der. fr. iti + ha = saying so and so, cp. itihāsa &…

anūna →

pts

…complete, without deficiency Ja.vi.273; Dpvs.v.52; Mil.226; DN-a.i.248 (+ paripūra, explained by anavaya). Anunaka = anuna

Vedic anūna, an +…

anūpa →

pts

…moist; watery land, lowland Ja.iv.358 (anopa T; anupa C. p. 359), 381 (˚khetta); Mil.129 (˚khetta).

Vedic anūpa, anu + ap: see…

anūpanāhin →

pts

adjective not bearing ill-will, not angry with Ja.iv.463.

an + upanāhin, with ū metri causa

apa →

pts

…Lat. abeo, Goth. afiddja; apeta gone away rid; ˚kaḍḍhati to draw away, remove; ˚kamati walk away ˚gacchati go away; ˚nidhāti put…

apabbūhati →

pts

…& Apabyūhati

to push off, remove, scrape away AN.iii.187 (apaviyūhitvā, vv.ll. ˚bbūhitvā); Ja.i.265 (paṃsuṃ)
caus -byūhāpeti

apabyūhati →

pts

…& Apabyūhati

to push off, remove, scrape away AN.iii.187 (apaviyūhitvā, vv.ll. ˚bbūhitvā); Ja.i.265 (paṃsuṃ)
caus -byūhāpeti

apacaya →

pts

…Vin.iii.21 = Vin.iv.213 cp. Ja.iii.342; SN.ii.95 (kāyassa ācayo pi apacayo pi); AN.iv.280 = Vin.ii.259 (opp. ācaya); Ja.iii.342 (sekho ˚ena na…

apacchapurima →

pts

adjective “neither after nor before”, i.e. at the same time, simultaneous Ja.iii.295.

a + paccha + purima

apacināti →

pts

…be read for upacciṃsu) at Ja.vi.187 (akkhīni a. “the eyes gave out”) and Pot. pres. apace Thag-a.72 (on Thag.40). 2. [= apacayati] to…

apacita →

pts

…(cp. Vv-a.164); Mil.21.

pp. of apacayati or…

apaciti →

pts

…reverence Thag.589; Ja.i.220 Ja.ii.435; Ja.iii.82; Ja.iv.308; Ja.vi.88; Mil.180, Mil.234 (˚ṃ karoti), Mil.377 (pūjana +); Snp-a.332…

apacāra →

pts

falling off, fault, wrong doing Ja.vi.375.

fr. apa + car, cp. Sk. apa & abhi-carati

apacāyana →

pts

…worship, reverence Ja.i.220; Ja.v.326; DN-a.i.256 (˚kamma); Vv-a.24 (˚ṃ karoti = añjalikaṃ karoti); Pv-a.104 (˚kara, adj.), Pv-a.128 (+…

apacāyati →

pts

…DN.i.91 (pūjeti +); Ja.iii.82. Pot. apace (for apaceyya, may be taken to apacināti 2; AN.iv.245; Thag-a.72 (here to apacināti 1)
pp…

apacāyika →

pts

…honouring, respecting Ja.iv.94 (vaddha˚ cp. vaddhâpacāyin); Pv.ii.7 8 (jeṭṭha˚); Pv.iv.3#24 (id.). In B.Sk. the corresp….

apacāyin →

pts

…= vaddhānaṃ apaciti karaṇena Snp-a.332) = Dhp.109; Ja.i.47, Ja.i.132, Ja.i.201 Ja.ii.299; Ja.v.325; Mil.206; Sdhp.549.

fr….

apadesa →

pts

…MN.i.287 (an˚). 2. statement, designation Pv-a.8. 3. pretext Ja.iii.60; Ja.iv.13; Pv-a.154. Thus also apadesaka Ja.vi.179.

cp. Sk….

apadisati →

pts

to call to witness, to refer to, to quote Vin.iii.159; Ja.i.215; Ja.iii.234; Ja.iv.203; Mil.270; Dhp-a.ii.39; Ne.93.

apa + disati

apagata →

pts

…having a miscarriage); Ja.i.61 (˚vattha without clothes); Pv-a.38 (˚soka free from grief), Pv-a.47 (˚lajja not shy), Pv-a.219…

apahara →

pts

taking away, stealing, robbing Ja.ii.34.

Sk. apahāra, fr. apaharati

apaharati →

pts

to take away, remove, captivate, rob Ja.iii.315 (aor. apahārayiṃ); Mil.413; DN-a.i.38.

apa + hṛ.

apajaha →

pts

adjective not giving up, greedy, miserly AN.iii.76 (variant reading apānuta; Commentary explains (a)vaḍḍhinissita mānatthaddha)

a + pajaha

apakaḍḍhati →

pts

…Caus. apakaḍḍhāpeti Ja.i.342; Ja.iv.415; Mil.34
■ Cp apakassati; & see pakattheti.

apa…

apakkamati →

pts

…away, depart, go to one side Ja.iii.27; Sdhp.294
aor apakkami Pv.iv.7#5; ger. apakkamitvā Pv-a.43, Pv-a.124 &…

apalepa →

pts

in “so ’palepa patito jarāgharo” at Thig.270 is to be read as “so palepa˚”. Morris’s interpret. J.P.T.S. 1886, 126 therefore…

apalibodha →

pts

…unhindered, free Ja.iii.381 (˚bodha); Mil.388; Dhp-a.iii.198.

a + palibuddha, pp. of pari + bṛh, see…

apalibuddha →

pts

…unhindered, free Ja.iii.381 (˚bodha); Mil.388; Dhp-a.iii.198.

a + palibuddha, pp. of pari + bṛh, see…

apaloketi →

pts

…for apaciṇāti, where Ja.v.339 C. has avaloketi); Mil.398. 2. to look up to, to obtain permission from (acc.), to get leave, to give notice…

apalāsin →

pts

…chaff cp. apalāyin at Ja.v.4), or “not selfish, not hard, generous (as inferred from combn. with amakkhin & amaccharin) or…

apalāyin →

pts

…and vīra); Ja.iv.296; Ja.v.4 (where C gives variant “apalāpinī ti pi pāṭho”, which latter has variant reading apalāsinī & is…

apaneti →

pts

…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)…

apanudana →

pts

Apanudana & Apanūdana

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

Sk. apanodana, fr. apanudati

apanudati →

pts

…Dāvs i.8. ger. apanujja DN.ii.223. See also der. apanudana. Apanudana & Apanudana;

apa + nud, cp. Vedic…

apanudeti →

pts

…Dāvs i.8. ger. apanujja DN.ii.223. See also der. apanudana. Apanudana & Apanudana;

apa + nud, cp. Vedic…

apanāmeti →

pts

…[= Sk. ava-namati] to bend down, lower, put down Vin.ii.208 (chattaṃ); SN.i.226 (id.); Ja.ii.287 (id., variant reading apanetvā) DN.i.126…

apanūdana →

pts

Apanudana & Apanūdana

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

Sk. apanodana, fr. apanudati

apapibati →

pts

to drink from something Ja.ii.126 (aor. apāpāsi). Apabbuhati & Apabyuhati;

apa + pibati

apara →

pts

…at a future date, later on Ja.i.34, Ja.i.262; Ja.iv.1; Vv-a.66.

Vedic apara, der. fr. apa with compar. suffix-ra = Idg. *aporos “further…

aparajjhati →

pts

…aparādhyate, apa +…

aparapaccaya →

pts

…paro paccayo).

a + para +…

aparaṇṇa →

pts

…(tila-mugga-māsā˚; opp. sāli-yavaka etc.); Cnd.314 (aparaṇṇaṃ nāma sūpeyyaṃ); Ja.v.406 (˚jā = hareṇukā pea); Mil.106…

aparādha →

pts

sin, fault, offence, guilt Ja.i.264 (nir˚); Ja.iii.394; Ja.iv.495; Vv-a.69; Pv-a.87, Pv-a.116.

fr. apa + rādh

aparādhika →

pts

adjective guilty, offending, criminal Ja.ii.117 (vāja˚); Mil.149 (issara˚), Mil.189 (aparādhikatā).

fr. aparādha, cp. Sk. aparādhin

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

aparāyin →

pts

adjective having no support Ja.iii.386 (f. ; C. appatiṭṭhā appaṭisaraṇā).

a + parāyin, cp. parāyana

apasakkati →

pts

to go away, to go aside Ja.iv.347 (variant reading for apavattati); Vv-a.101; Pv-a.265 (aor ˚sakki = apakkami).

apa + sakkati

apasmāra →

pts

epilepsy, convulsion, fit Ja.iv.84. Cp. apamāra.

Sk. apasmāra, lit. want of memory, apa + smṛ.

apassaya →

pts

…asceties) MN.i.78; Ja.i.493; Ja.iii.235. -sāppassaya with a head rest Ja.iv.299.

apassayika →

pts

…one who lies on a bed of thorns (see kaṇṭaka) MN.i.78; Ja.iv.299 (v. l, kaṇḍikesayika); Pp.55.

fr. apassaya; cp….

apasseti →

pts

…or acc or-˚) Vin.iii.38; Ja.i.214; Pv-a.189

pp apassita (q.v.)
■ See also avasseti.

Sk. apāśrayati, apa + ā +…

apassita →

pts

  1. leaning against Ja.ii.69 (tālamūlaṃ = nissāya ṭhita C.).
  2. depending on, trusting in (c. acc. or loc.) Vv.10#1 (parâgāraṃ = nissita…

apasādeti →

pts

…Vin.iv.213, Vin.iv.263; Ja.v.417 (= uyyojeti). 2. to depreciate blame, disparage Vin.iii.101; MN.iii.230 (opp….

apavattati →

pts

to turn away or aside, to go away Ja.iv.347 (variant reading apasakkati).

apa + vṛt, cp. Lat. āverto

apaviddha →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.452); Pv.iii.8#2 (susānasmiṃ; so read for T. apaviṭṭha); Ja.i.255; Ja.iii.426; Ja yi.90 (=…

apaviṇāti →

pts

…2). As variant reading at Ja.v.339 (anapavinanto) for T. anupacinanto (expld. by avaloketi C.). Other vv.ll. are anuvi˚ & apavī˚…

apayāti →

pts

to go away Ja.vi.183 (apāyāti metri causa; expld. by C. as apagacchati palāyati)
caus apayāpeti [Sk. apayāpayati] to make go…

apaṅga →

pts

…the outer corner of the eye Ja.iii.419 (asitâpangin black-eyed); Ja.iv.219 (bahi˚). Spelt avaṅga at Vin.ii.267, where…

apaṇṇaka →

pts

…certain, true, absolute MN.i.401, MN.i.411; AN.v.85, AN.v.294, AN.v.296; Ja.i.104 (where explained as ekaṃsika aviruddha niyyānika).

apaṭṭhapeti →

pts

to put aside, leave out, neglect Ja.iv.308; Ja.v.236.

Caus. fr. apa-tiṭṭhati, cp. Sk. apa + sthā to stand aloof

apekhā →

pts

…sineha Snp-a.76); Ja.i.9, Ja.i.141; Thag.558; Dhp.345 (puttesu dāresu ca = taṇhā Dhp-a.iv.56); Dhs.1059, Dhs.1136 (= ālayakaraṇa-vasena…

apekkhati →

pts

…Snp.773 (ppr. apekkhamāna); Ja.iv.226 (id.); Dhs-a.365. anapekkhamāna paying no attention to (acc.) Snp.59; Ja.v.359. 2. [Sk. avīkṣate, ava +…

apekkhavant →

pts

…full of longing or desire, longing, craving Vin.iv.214; SN.iii.16; Thag.558; Ja.v.453 (= sataṇha); Snp-a.76. Apekkha & Apekha

fr. apekkhā

apekkhita →

pts

taken care of, looked after, considered Ja.vi.142, Ja.vi.149 (= olokita C.).

pp. of apekkhati

apekkhā →

pts

…sineha Snp-a.76); Ja.i.9, Ja.i.141; Thag.558; Dhp.345 (puttesu dāresu ca = taṇhā Dhp-a.iv.56); Dhs.1059, Dhs.1136 (= ālayakaraṇa-vasena…

apeta →

pts

…˚vattha without dress Ja.v.16; ˚viññāṇa without feeling, senseless Dhp.41; Thig.468; ˚viññāṇattaṃ senselessness, lack of…

apeti →

pts

…(= n’ apagacchanti na vijahanti Cnd.66)
pp apeta (q.v.).

apa + i, cp. Gr. α ̓́πειμι, Lat. abeo,…

apeyya →

pts

adjective not to be drunk, not drinkable Ja.vi.205 (sāgara).

a + peyya, grd. of

aphegguka →

pts

adjective not weak, i.e. strong Ja.iii.318.

a + pheggu + ka

api →

pts

…= Iti.89 (moreover, indeed) Ja.i.168 (surely) Vin.ii.262 (perhaps) Ja.v.421 (id., piyavācaṃ labheyyāma)

  1. in interrog
    ■ dubit….

apidahati →

pts

…1b), to cover up, obstruct, Ja.v.60 (inf. apidhetuṃ) pp. apihita, Pass. apithīyati, Der. apidhāna…

apihita →

pts

covered Ja.iv.4.

pp. of apidahati

apiratte →

pts

later in the night Ja.vi.560.

read api ratte, see api 1a

apithīyati →

pts

Pass. of apidahati to be obstructed, covered, barred, obscured Ja.ii.158. See also pithīyati.

for apidhīyati; api + dhā

apitika →

pts

adjective fatherless Ja.v.251.

a + pitika

apiḷahati →

pts

…to adorn oneself with (acc.) Ja.v.400 (ger. apiḷayha = piḷandhitvā C.)-Cp. apiḷandhana & pp apiladdha.

Sk. apinahyati, on n: ḷ see note…

apiḷandhana →

pts

…= ābhāraṇaṃ); Ja.vi.472 (c. pilandhituṃ pi ayuttaṃ?). Apilahati & Apilandhati;

fr. apiḷandhati, also in shorter (& more usual)…

apiḷandhati →

pts

…to adorn oneself with (acc.) Ja.v.400 (ger. apiḷayha = piḷandhitvā C.)-Cp. apiḷandhana & pp apiladdha.

Sk. apinahyati, on n: ḷ see note…

appa →

pts

…appamattakaṃ DN-a.i.55); Ja.i.167; Ja.iii.12 (= aṇu); Pv-a.262

  • -middha “little slothful”, i.e. diligent, alert…

appaccaya →

pts

…sq.; AN.iv.168, AN.iv.193; Ja.ii.277; Snp.p.92 (kapa dosa + appacaya); Vv.83#31 (= domanassaṃ Vv-a.343) Snp-a.423 (= appatītaṃ…

appadhaṃsa →

pts

adjective not to be destroyed Ja.iv.344 (variant reading duppadhaṃsa).

= appadhaṃsiya, Sk. apradhvaṃsya

appadhaṃsika →

pts

…variant reading ˚iya); Ja.iii.159 (˚iya); Vv-a.208 (˚iya); Pv-a.117 (˚iya). Cp. appadhaṃsa.

grd. of a +…

appadhaṃsiya →

pts

…variant reading ˚iya); Ja.iii.159 (˚iya); Vv-a.208 (˚iya); Pv-a.117 (˚iya). Cp. appadhaṃsa.

grd. of a +…

appaka →

pts

appikā Ja.i.228
■ instr. appakena by little, i.e. easily DN-a.i.256. -anappaka not little, i.e….

appakāra →

pts

…+…

appamaññati →

pts

to think little of, to underrate, despise Dhp.121 (= avajānāti Dhp-a.iii.16; variant reading avapamaññati).

appa + maññati

appamāṇa →

pts

…difference“, irrelevant, in general (in commentary style) Ja.i.165; Ja.ii.323.

a + pamāṇa

appanā →

pts

…(as psychol. t. t.) Ja.ii.61 (˚patta); Mil.62 (of vitakka); Dhs.7, Dhs.21, Dhs.298; Vism.144 (˚samādhi); Dhs-a.55, Dhs-a.142 (def. by…

appatissa →

pts

…sq., AN.iii.247, AN.iii.439. Appatissa-vāsa an unruly state anarchy Ja.ii.352. See also paṭissā.

a + paṭi + ; śru

appatīta →

pts

…preferably to be read with variant reading as appatika = without husband, C. explains assāmika), Ja.v.155 (cp C. on Ja.v.156); DN-a.i.52;…

appaṭibhāṇa →

pts

…Vin.iii.162; AN.iii.57; -ṃ karoti to intimidate, bewilder Ja.v.238, Ja.v.369.

a + paṭibhāṇa

appaṭigandhika →

pts

…smell, scented odorous Ja.v.405 (˚ika, but C. ˚iya; expld. by sugandhena udakena samannāgata); Ja.vi.518; Pv.ii.1#20;…

appaṭigandhiya →

pts

…smell, scented odorous Ja.v.405 (˚ika, but C. ˚iya; expld. by sugandhena udakena samannāgata); Ja.vi.518; Pv.ii.1#20;…

appaṭikkhippa →

pts

adjective not to be refused Ja.ii.370. Appatigandhika & iya;

a + paṭikkhippa, grd. of paṭikkhipati

appaṭikopeti →

pts

not to disturb, shake or break (fig.) Ja.v.173 (uposathaṃ).

a + paṭikopeti

appaṭikārika →

pts

…against“, i.e. not making good, not making amends for, destructive Ja.v.418 (spelling here & in C. appati˚).

a + paṭikārika

appaṭisama →

pts

adjective not having it’s equal, incomparable Ja.i.94 (Baddha-sirī).

a + paṭi = sama; cp. BSk. apratisama Mvu.i.104

appaṭisandhika →

pts

…na hoti Pv-a.66) = Ja.iii.167 (= paṭipākatiko kātuṃ na sakkā C.). 2. incapable of reunion, not subject to reunion, i.e. to rebirth…

appaṭivattiya →

pts

…of b.) 2. irresistable Ja.ii.245 (sīhanada). Note. The spelling with ṭ is only found as variant reading at Ja.ii.245; otherwise as t.

a…

appaṭivekkhiya →

pts

not observing or noticing Ja.iv.4 (= apaccavekkhitvā anavekkhitvā C.).

ger. of a + paṭi + avekkhati

appaṭividdha →

pts

adjective “not shot through” i.e. unhurt Ja.vi.446.

a + paṭi + viddha

appaṭivāṇa →

pts

…not hindering not opposing or contradicting AN.i.50; AN.iii.41; AN.v.93 sq. adj. Ja.i.326.

a + paṭivāṇa, for ˚vrāṇa, the…

appeti →

pts

…fig.) Vin.ii.136 Vin.ii.137; Ja.iii.34 (nimba-sūlasmiṃ to impale, C. āvuṇāti), Ja.vi.17 (T. sūlasmiṃ acceti, vv.ll. abbeti = appeti &…

apphoṭita →

pts

having snapped one’s fingers or clapped one’s hands Ja.ii.311 (˚kāle).

pp. of apphoṭeti

apphoṭā →

pts

Name of a kind of Jasmine Ja.vi.336.

fr. appoṭeti to blossom

appita →

pts

…brought to, put to, fixed on Ja.vi.78 (maraṇamukhe); visappita (an arrow to which) poison (is) applied, so read for visap(p)īta at Ja.v.36 &…

appossukka →

pts

…(= nirālaya Dhp-a.iv.31); Ja.i.197; Ja.iv.71; Mil.371 (a tiṭṭhati to keep still); DN-a.i.264.

appa + ussuka, Sk. alpotsuka, e.g. Lal.509;…

appāṇaka →

pts

…(jhāna) MN.i.243; Ja.i.67 [cp. BSk. āsphānaka Lal.314, Lal.324; Mvu.ii.124; should the Pāli form be taken as *a + prāṇaka?] 2….

apābhata →

pts

taken away, stolen Ja.iii.54.

pp. of apa + ā + bhṛ; cp. Vedic apa-bharati, but Lat. aufero to ava˚

apāda →

pts

? giving away in marriage Ja.iv.179 (in explanation of anāpāda unmarried; reading should prob be āpāda = pariggaha)

apa + ā +

apādaka →

pts

…pāda +…

apālamba →

pts

…trsl “leaning board”); Ja.vi.252 (variant reading upā˚; Kern trsl. “remhout”, i.e. brake).

“a Vedic term for the hinder part of a…

apānakatta →

pts

“waterless state”, living without drinking water Ja.v.243.

a + pānaka + ttaṃ

apāpata →

pts

adjective falling down into (c. acc.) Ja.iv.234 (aggiṃ).

apa + ā + pata

apāpurati →

pts

…(variant reading avā˚) Ja.i.63 (avā˚); Thig.494 (apāpuṇitvā). See also avāpurati.

Sk. apāvṛṇoti, apa + ā + vṛ; but Vedic…

apāpuṇati →

pts

…(variant reading avā˚) Ja.i.63 (avā˚); Thig.494 (apāpuṇitvā). See also avāpurati.

Sk. apāvṛṇoti, apa + ā + vṛ; but Vedic…

apāra →

pts

  1. the near bank of a river Ja.iii.230 (+ atiṇṇaṃ, C. paratīraṃ atiṇṇaṃ).
  2. (fig.) not the further shore (of life), the world here,…

apāraṇeyya →

pts

adjective that which cannot be achieved, unattainable Ja.vi.36 (= apāpetabba).

grd. of paraneti + a˚

apāruta →

pts

…tesaṃ Amatassa dvārā); DN.i.136 (= vivaṭa-dvāra DN-a.i.297); Ja.i.264 (˚dvāra).

Sk. apāvṛta, pp. of apāpurati

apāya →

pts

…Snp.231; Thig.63; Ja.iv.299; Pp.51; Vv-a.118 (opp. sugati); Pv-a.103; Sdhp.43, Sdhp.75 & cp niraya, duggati, vinipāta.

  • -gāmin

apāyin →

pts

adjective going away Ja.i.163 (aḍḍharattāv’apāyin = aḍḍharatte apāyin C.). -an˚; not going away, i.e. constantly following (chāyā…

apāṭubha →

pts

…i.e. sly, fraudulent Ja.iv.184 (in context with nekatika; C. explains apāṭubhāva dhanuppāda-virahita, in which latter virahita does…

ara →

pts

…spokes), cp. Mil.285; Ja.iv.209; Ja.vi.261; Mil.238; Dhp-a.ii.142; Vv-a.106 (in allegorical etym of arahant = saṃsāra-cakkassa…

araha →

pts

…value, costly, dear Ja.i.50, Ja.i.58; Ja.iii.83, etc. (see mahant). 2. fit for, apt for, suitable Pv-a.26 (paribhoga fit for…

arahant →

pts

…in (arahad-) dhaja the flag or banner of an A.: Ja.i.65.

  1. See further details & passages under anāgāmin khīṇa,…

arahati →

pts

…(rājā arahasi bhavituṃ); Ja.i.262; Dhp.9, Dhp.10, Dhp.230; Pv.iii.6#6
ppr arahant (q.v.). Cp. also adj. araha.

Vedic…

arahatta →

pts

…(usually in aor. pāpuṇi) Ja.ii.229 Thag-a.64; Dhp-a.ii.49 (saha paṭisambhidāhi), Dhp-a.ii.93 (id.); Pv-a.53, Pv-a.54, Pv-a.61,…

araja →

pts

adjective free from dust or impurity SN.iv.218 (of the wind); Vv.53#6 (= apagata-raja Vv-a.236).

a + raja

arakkhiya →

pts

…watch (said of women folk) Ja.ii.326 (a. nāma itthiyo); Ja.iii.90 (mātugāmo nāma a.) 2. unnecessary to be guarded Vin.ii.194 (Tathāgatā).

a…

arañña →

pts

…Vv-a.249; Ja.i.149, Ja.i.215; Ja.ii.138; Ja.v.70].

  • -āyatana a forest haunt Vin.ii.201; SN.ii.269; Ja.i.173;…

araṇa →

pts

…SN.i.44, SN.i.45; Ja.i.340 (tittha˚?).

Vedic araṇa fr. *ara √ ; which as abl. ārā is used as adv. far from, cp. P. ārakā….

araṇi →

pts

…Vin.ii.217; Ja.i.212 (ī); Ja.v.46 (ī); Dhp-a.ii.246; -mathana rubbing of firewood Ja.vi.209
Note. The reading at Pv-a.211…

araṇī →

pts

…Vin.ii.217; Ja.i.212 (ī); Ja.v.46 (ī); Dhp-a.ii.246; -mathana rubbing of firewood Ja.vi.209
Note. The reading at Pv-a.211…

are →

pts

…Away with you (with voc.) Ja.i.225 (dāsiputta-ceṭaka); Ja.iv.391 (duṭṭha-caṇḍāla) DN-a.i.265 (= re); Vv-a.68 (dubbinī),…

aribhāseti →

pts

to denounce, lit. to call an enemy Ja.iv.285. Correct to Pari˚ according to Fausböll (J v. corr.)

= ariṃ bhāseti

aritta →

pts

…phiya˚) AN.ii.201 (piya˚); Ja.iv.164 (T. piya˚, variant reading phiya˚); Snp.321 (piya + ; Snp-a.330 phiya = dabbi-padara, aritta =…

ariya →

pts

…(= dussīla pāpadhamma C.), Ja.v.48 (˚rūpa shameless), Ja.ii.87; Dhp-a.iv.3
■ See also ñāṇa magga, sacca, sāvaka.

  • -āvakāsa

ariñcamāna →

pts

not leaving behind, not giving up, i.e. pursuing earnestly. Snp.69 (jhānaṁ = ajahamana Snp-a.123 cp. Cnd.94)

ppr. med. of P. riñcati for ricyati

aruṇa →

pts

…Vin.iv.245; Ja.ii.154; Ja.v.403; Ja.vi.330; Dpvs.i.56; DN-a.i.30. a. uggacchati the sun rises Ja.i.108; Vv-a.75, & see compounds.

*…

asa →

pts

…vā C.); Ja.v.448 (n. pl. f. asā expld. by asatiyo lāmikā C.; cp. Ja.v.446 Ja.v.319).

for asaṃ = asanto, a + santo, ppr….

asabbha FIXME double →

pts

-rūpa low, common Ja.vi.386 (= asādhu-jātika, lāmaka), Ja.vi.387 (= asabbhijātika), Ja.vi.414 (= apaṇḍita-jātika)….

asabbha →

pts

…vile, low, of base character Ja.iii.527 (mātugāma); Dhp.77 = Ja.iii.367 = Thag.994; Mil.221; Dhp-a.i.256; Thag-a.246 (akkhi). Cp. next
■…

asabbhin →

pts

-rūpa low, common Ja.vi.386 (= asādhu-jātika, lāmaka), Ja.vi.387 (= asabbhijātika), Ja.vi.414 (= apaṇḍita-jātika)….

asacca →

pts

adjective not true, false Ja.v.399.

a + sacca

asahana →

pts

adjective not enduring, non-endurance, inability Ja.iii.20; Pv-a.17.

a + sahana

asajjamāna →

pts

…alaggamana Dhp-a.iii.298).

ppr. med. of a + sajjati, sañj

asajjittho →

pts

2nd sg. pret. med. of sajjati to stick or cling to, to hesitate Ja.i.376. See sajjati.

asakka →

pts

adjective impossible Ja.v.362 (˚rūpa).

a + sakka; Sk. aśakya

asakkhara →

pts

adjective not stony, free from gravel or stones, smooth Ja.v.168; Dhp-a.iii.401 (opp. sasakkhara).

a + sakkhara

asakkuṇeyya →

pts

adjective impossible, unable to Ja.i.55; Kp-a.185 and passim.

grd. of a + sakkoti

asama →

pts

…asama-viriya Snp-a.489); Ja.i.193; Ja.vi.259, Ja.vi.330.

a + sama

Asama2

neuter stone, rock DN-a.i.270, DN-a.i.271…

asamaggiya →

pts

lack of concord, disharmony Ja.vi.516 (so read for asāmaggiya).

abstr. fr. a + samagga

asambādha →

pts

adjective unobstructed Snp.150 (= sambādha-virahita Kp-a.248); Ja.i.80; Thag-a.293.

a + sambādha

asamiddhi →

pts

misfortune, lack of success Ja.vi.584.

a + samiddhi

asamijjhanaka →

pts

adjective unsuccessful, without result, fruitless; f. -ikā Ja.iii.252.

a + samijjhana + ka

asammodiya →

pts

disagreement, dissension Ja.vi.517 (= asamaggiya C.).

a + sammodiya

asamosaraṇa →

pts

not coming together, not meeting, separation Ja.v.233.

a + samosaraṇa

asampajañña →

pts

lack of intelligence DN.iii.213; Dhs.390, Dhs.1061, Dhs.1162, Dhs.1351.

a + sampajañña

asana →

pts

…(as bodhi-tree of gotama); Ja.ii.91; Ja.v.420; Ja.vi.530.

Sk. asana

Asana4

neuter an arrow MN.i.82 = SN.i.62. Cp….

asandhitā →

pts

absence of joints, disconnected state Ja.vi.16.

a + sandhi + tā

asani →

pts

…lightning Ja.i.71, Ja.i.167; Ja.ii.154; Ja.iii.323; Mil.277; Vv-a.83.

  • -aggi the fire of thunder, i.e. lightning or…

asantanto →

pts

Asantasaṃ & ˚anto

adjective fearless, not afraid Snp.71, Snp.74; Ja.iv.101; Ja.vi.306; Cnd.109.

ppr. of a + santasati

asantasaṃ →

pts

Asantasaṃ & ˚anto

adjective fearless, not afraid Snp.71, Snp.74; Ja.iv.101; Ja.vi.306; Cnd.109.

ppr. of a + santasati

asanāti →

pts

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

see asati

asati →

pts

…Ja.v.59; Snp.239. ger. asitvā Mil.167; & asitvāna Ja.iv.371 (an˚). pp. asita (q.v.). See also…

asatiyā →

pts

adverb heedlessly, unintentionally Ja.iii.486.

instr. of a + sati

asatta →

pts

adjective not clinging or attached, free from attachment Snp.1059; Dhp.419; Cnd.107, Cnd.108; Dhp-a.iv.228.

pp. of a + sajjati

asayaṃvasin →

pts

adjective not under one’s own control, i.e. dependent DN.ii.262; Ja.i.337.

a + sayaṃ + vasiṃ

asayha →

pts

…impossible, insuperable Ja.vi.337. Usually in cpd. -sāhin conquering the unconquerable, doing the impossible, acchieving what has not been…

asaṃhīra →

pts

…Vin.ii.96; SN.i.193; AN.iv.141 AN.v.71; Snp.1149 (as epithet of Nibbāna, cp. Cnd.110); Ja.i.62; Ja.iv.283 (˚citta unfaltering); Dpvs.iv.12.

=…

asaṃvata →

pts

adjective unrestricted, open Ja.vi.306.

pp. of + saṃvuṇati, cp. saṃvuta

asaṅgita →

pts

adjective not sticking or stuck, unimpeded, free, quick Ja.v.409.

fr. asanga, a + sangita, or should we read asangika?

asaṅkita →

pts

Asaṅkita & ˚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 śaṅk

asaṅkiya →

pts

Asaṅkita & ˚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 śaṅk

asaṅkusaka →

pts

…Sk. sankasuka splitting, crumbling, see Kern,

Toevoegselen

p. 18 not contrary Ja.vi.297 (˚vattin, C. appaṭilomavattin, cp. Ja…

asecanaka →

pts

…MN.i.114; SN.i.213 (a. ojava “that elixir that no infusion needs Mrs Rh. D.) = Thig.55 (expld. as anāsittakaṃ pakatiyā ’va…

asesita →

pts

…&…

asevanā →

pts

not practising, abstinence from Snp.259 (= abhajanā apayirupāsanā Kp-a.124).

a + sevanā

asi →

pts

…Ja.iv.118 (asi sunisito), Ja.iv.184; Ja.v.45 (here meaning “sickle”), Ja.v.475 (asiñ ca me maññasi, probably faulty for either “āsiñ…

asika →

pts

adjective (-˚) having a sword, with a sword in phrase ukkhitt’asika with drawn sword, MN.i.377; Ja.i.393.

asi + ka

asita →

pts

…(of ashes)

Asita4

masculine neuter a sickle Ja.iii.129; Ja.v.46.

fr. asi

asmasati →

pts

to trust, to rely on Ja.v.56 (Pot. asmase).

spurious form for the usual assasati = Sk. āśvasati

asmiye →

pts

…of a fut. “I shall eat” Ja.v.397, Ja.v.405 (C. bhuñjissāmi). The form is to be expld. as denom. formn. fr
■ āśa…

asnāti →

pts

to eat; imper asnātu Ja.v.376.

Sk. aśnāti to eat, to take food; the regular Pāli forms are asati (as base) and asanāti

asoka →

pts

…Thig.512.

a + soka, cp. Sk. aśoka

Asoka2

the Asoka tree, Jonesia Asoka Ja.v.188; Vv.35#4, Vv.35#9 (˚rukkha); Vism.625…

asotatā →

pts

having no ears, being earless Ja.vi.16.

abstr. a + sota + ta

asoṇḍa →

pts

adjective not being a drunkard, abstaining from drink Ja.v.116
■ f. asoṇḍī AN.iii.38.

a + soṇḍa

assa →

pts

…a groom Ja.ii.98; Ja.v.449; Dhp-a.i.392. -bhaṇḍa (for ˚bandha? or should we read ˚paṇḍaka?)…

assaka →

pts

…horse; an’ without a horse Ja.vi.515 (+ arathaka).

assa3 + ka

Assaka2

adjective not having one’s own, poor, destitute…

assama →

pts

…(˚pada), Ja.v.75 (id.) Ja.v.321, Ja.vi.76 (˚pada). The word is not found anywhere in the Canon in the technical sense of the later Sanskrit…

assasati →

pts

…= MN.i.56, cp MN.i.425; Ja.ii.53, cp. Ja.v.36. 2. to breathe freely or quietly, to feel relieved, to be comforted, to have courage SN.iv.43;…

assatara →

pts

…jāta); Ja.iv.464 (kambojake assatare sudante; imported from cambodia); Ja.vi.342
■ f. assatarī a she-mule Vin.ii.188; SN.i.154;…

assattha →

pts

…variant reading assaka); Ja.i.16 (Ja.v.79 cp. assattha1), Ja.vi.309 (= laddhassasa C.), Ja.i.566.

pp. of assasati; cp. BSk. āsvasta…

assava →

pts

adjective loyal DN.i.137; Snp.22, Snp.23, Snp.32; Ja.iv.98; Ja.vi.49; Mil.254; an˚; inattentive, not docile Dhp-a.i.7.

ā + sunāti, śru

assavati →

pts

to flow Ja.ii.276 (= paggharati C.). Cp. also āsavati.

ā + sru

assaya →

pts

resting place, shelter, refuge, seat DN-a.i.67 (puññ˚). Cp. BSk. rājāśraya Jtm.31#56>; aśraya also in meaning “body”: see Avs.i.175 & Index; Avs.ii.223.

ā + sayati, śri

assita →

pts

…living in or on DN.ii.255 (tad˚); Vv.50#16 (sīho va guhaṃ a.); Thag.149 (janaṃ ev’ assito jano); Sdhp.401.

Sk. aśrita, ā + pp. of…

assāda →

pts

…AN.iii.447 (˚diṭṭhi Ja.i.508; Ja.iv.113, Snp.448; Pts.i.139 sq., (˚diṭṭhi), Pts.i.157 Cp.i.10#17; Pv.iv.6#2 (kām˚); Vb.368…

assāsa →

pts

…AN.v.135; Ja.ii.146; Ja.vi.82; Mil.31, Mil.85 Vism.116, Vism.197
assāsa in contrast with passāsa at…

assāsaka →

pts

…& nt.) that which gives comfort & relief, confidence, expectancy Ja.i.84; Ja.vi.150. Cp. next.

fr. assāsa

assāseti →

pts

to console, soothe, calm, comfort, satisfy Ja.vi.190, Ja.vi.512; Dhp-a.i.13.

Caus. of assasati

assāsika →

pts

…security. MN.i.514 MN.iii.30 Ja.ii.298 (= aññaṁ assāsetuṁ asamatthaṭāya na assāsika). cp. Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit anāśvāsika in ster….

asu →

pts

…f. asu Ja.v.396 (asū metri causâ); nt. aduṃ MN.i.364, MN.i.483; AN.i.250. Of oblique cases e.g….

asubha →

pts

…good & bad Snp.633; Ja.iii.243; Mil.136.

  • -ānupassin realising or intuiting the corruptness (of the body) Iti.80, Iti.81;…

asuka →

pts

…gata).

asn +…

asura →

pts

…asurā), e.g. at Iti.93; Ja.v.186; Pv.iv.11#1 see also apāya
■ Other passages in general: SN.i.216 sq (fight of Devas &…

asussūsaṃ →

pts

not wishing to hear or listen, disobedient Ja.v.121.

ppr. of a + susūsati, Desid. of śru, cp. Sk. śuśrūṣati

asādhāraṇa →

pts

…asādhāraṇa…

asāhasa →

pts

…(asāhase rata fond of peace); acc as adv. asāhasaṃ without violence, not arbitrarily Ja.iii.319 instr. asāhasena id. Ja.vi.280; Dhp.257…

asāraka →

pts

adjective unessential, worthless, sapless, rotten Thag.260; Ja.ii.163 = Dhp-a.i.144.

a + sāraka

asāta →

pts

…I 5); Snp.867; Ja.i.288, Ja.i.410; Ja.ii.105; Dhs.152, Dhs.1343.

a + sāta, Sk. aśāta, Kern’s interpretation & etymology of asāta at

asīti →

pts

…hands, i.e. 80 cubits deep); Ja.iii.174 (˚sahassa-vāraṇa-parivuta); Ja.vi.20 (vassasahassāni); Mil.23 (asītiyā bhikkhusahassehi saddhiṃ);…

asūra →

pts

adjective

  1. not brave, not valiant, cowardly Snp.439.

  2. uncouth, stupid Ja.vi.292 (cp. Kern

    Toevoegselen

    p. 48).

a + sura1

ataccha →

pts

falsehood, untruth DN.i.3; Ja.vi.207.

a + taccha2

atakkaka →

pts

adjective not mixed with buttermilk Ja yi.21.

a + takka2

atha →

pts

…Dhp.69 Dhp.119, Dhp.377; Ja.ii.158; Pv.ii.6#4; Pv-a.3, Pv-a.8 (atha na and not) Pv-a.70. 2. after negative clauses: but MN.i.430; Snp.990…

athabbaṇa →

pts

…formulas of the) Atharvaveda Ja.vi.490 (sâthabbaṇa = sahatthivejja, with the elephant-healer or doctor) See also āthabbaṇa.

Vedic atharvan;…

atho →

pts

…Dhp.234, Dhp.423; Ja.i.83; Ja.ii.185 Ja.iv.495; Iti.106; Kp.viii.7; Pv.iv.3#15; Pv-a.251 (atho ti nipātamattaṃ avadhāraṇ-atthe vā). Also…

ati-issara →

pts

Ati-issara

adjective very powerful(?) Ja.v.441 (˚bhesajja, medicin). Ati-unha

ati →

pts

…Vin.iv.360 (Bdhgh); Ja.ii.331; Ja.iv.81; Dhp-a.iv.61 -devātideva god upon god, god and more than a god (see…

atibaddha →

pts

tied to, coupled Ja.i.192 = Vin.iv.5.

pp. of atibandhati; cp. Sk. anubaddha

atibahala →

pts

adjective very thick Ja.vi.365.

ati + bahala

atibandhati →

pts

to tie close to, to harness on, to couple Ja.i.191 sq
pp atibaddha q.v.

ati + bandhati; cp. Sk. anubandhati

atibhagini-putta →

pts

Atibhagini-putta

a very dear nephew Ja.i.223.

ati + bh p.

atibhoti →

pts

to excel, overcome, to get the better of, to deceive Ja.i.163 (= ajjhottharati vañceti C.).

ati + bhavati, cp. Sk. atibhavati & abhibhavati

atibhuñjati →

pts

to eat too much, to overeat Mil.153.

ati + bhuñjati

atibhāra →

pts

too heavy a load Mil.277 (˚ena sakaṭassa akkho bhijjati).

ati + bhāra

atibrūheti →

pts

to shout out, roar, cry Ja.v.361 (= mahāsaddaṃ nicchāreti).

ati + brūheti, bṛh2, but by C. taken incorrectly to brū; cp. Sk….

atibāheti →

pts

to drive away, to pull out Ja.iv.366 (= abbāheti).

ati + bāheti, Caus. to bṛh1; cp. Sk. ābṛhati

aticarati →

pts

  1. to go about, to roam about Pv.ii.12#15; Pv-a.57.
  2. to transgress, to commit adultery Ja.i.496. Cp. next.

ati + carati

aticca →

pts

…Mnd.120). 2. failing, transgressing, sinning, esp. committing adultery Ja.v.424; Vv-a.72,

ger. of ati + eti, ati + i

aticchati →

pts

…the notion of movement] Ja.iii.462; Dhp-a.iv.98 (T. aticcha, vv.ll. ˚atha); Vv-a.101; Mil.8
caus aticchāpeti to make go on, to ask to…

atidhamati →

pts

to beat a drum too hard Ja.i.283; pp. atidhanta ibid.

ati + dhamati

atidhātatā →

pts

oversatiation Ja.ii.193.

ati + dhāta + ta

atidīgha →

pts

adjective too long, extremely long Ja.iv.165; Pv.ii.10#2; Vv-a.103 (opp. atirassa).

ati + dīgha

atidūra →

pts

…very or too far Vin.i.46; Ja.ii.154; Pv.ii.9#65 = Dhp-a.iii.220 (vv.ll. suvidūre); Pv-a.42 (opp. accāsanna).

ati +…

atigāḷeti →

pts

…make perish, waste away Ja.vi.211 (= atigālayati vināseti C. p. 215). Perhaps reading should be atigāḷheti (see…

atigāḷha →

pts

adjective very tight or close, intensive Ja.i.62. Cp. atigāḷhita.

ati + gāḷha 1

atigāḷhita →

pts

…fr. atigāḷha; cp. Sk. atigāhate to…

atiharati →

pts

…Vin.iv.264; SN.i.89; Ja.i.292; Ja.v.347. Caus. atiharāpeti to cause to bring over, bring in, reap collect, harvest Vin.ii.181;…

atihīḷeti →

pts

to despise Ja.iv.331 (= atimaññati C.).

ati + hīḍ

atikaruṇa →

pts

adjective very pitiful, extremely miserable Ja.i.202; Ja.iv.142; Ja.vi.53.

ati + karuṇa

atikassa →

pts

…pulling (right) through Ja.v.173 (rajjuṃ, a rope, through the nostrils; variant reading BB. anti˚).

fr. atikassati ati + kṛṣ; Sk….

atikhaṇa →

pts

too much digging Ja.ii.296.

ati + khaṇa(na)

atikkama →

pts

…of, overstepping, failing against, transgression Dhp.191; Dhs.299; Pv-a.154 (katipayayojan˚), Pv-a.159 (˚caraṇa sinful mode of…

atikkamati →

pts

…overcoming, transcending (Ja.iv.139 (samuddaṃ);
■ Pp.17; Ja.i.162 (raṭṭhaṃ having left).
■ Often to be trsl. as adv….

atikkamaṇaka →

pts

adjective exceeding Ja.i.153.

atikkamaṇa + ka

atikkameti →

pts

to make pass, to cause to pass over Ja.i.151.

Caus. of atikkamati

atikkanta →

pts

…passing beyond, surpassing Ja.ii.128 (tīṇi saṃvaccharāni); Dhp-a.iii.133 (tayo vaye passed beyond the 3 ages of life); Pv-a.55 (māse ˚e…

atiloma →

pts

adjective too hairy, having too much hair Ja.vi.457 (opp. aloma).

ati + loma

atimahant →

pts

adjective very or too great Ja.i.221; Pv-a.75.

ati + mahant

atimamāyati →

pts

to favour too much, to spoil or fondle Ja.ii.316.

ati + mamāyati, cp. Sk. atīmamāyate in diff. meaning = envy

atimanorama →

pts

adjective very charming Ja.i.60.

ati + manorama

atimaññati →

pts

…Dhp.365, Dhp.366; Ja.ii.347; Pv.i.7#6 (˚issaṃ, variant reading ˚asiṃ = atikkamitvā avamaññiṃ Pv-a.37); Pv-a.36;…

atimuduka →

pts

adjective very soft, mild or feeble Ja.i.262.

ati + muduka

atimukhara →

pts

adjective very talkative, a chatterbox Ja.i.418; Dhp-a.ii.70. atimukharatā (f. abstr.) ibid.

ati + mukhara

atimāna →

pts

…conceit, MN.i.363; Snp.853 (see expln. at Mnd.233), Snp.942, Snp.968; Ja.vi.235; Mnd.490; Mil.289. Cp. atimaññanā.

Sk. atimāna, ati…

atiniggaṇhāti →

pts

to rebuke too much Ja.vi.417.

ati + niggaṇhāti

atipapañca →

pts

too great a delay, excessive tarrying Ja.i.64; Ja.ii.93.

ati + p.

atipātin →

pts

adjective noun one who attacks or destroys Snp.248; Ja.vi.449 (in war nāgakkhandh˚ = hatthikkhande khaggena chinditvā C.); Pv-a.27 (pāṇ˚).

atipīḷita →

pts

pressed against, oppressed, harassed, vexed Ja.v.401 (= atigāḷhita).

ati + pīḷita, cp. Sk. abhipīḍita

atirassa →

pts

adjective too short (opp. atidīgha) Vin.iv.7; Ja.vi.457; Vv-a.103.

ati + rassa

atirattiṃ →

pts

adverb late in the night, at midnight Ja.i.436 (opp. atipabhāte).

ati + ratti; cp. atidivā

atireka →

pts

…Ja.i.72 (˚padasata), Ja.i.109; Ja.i.441 (in higher positions); Mil.216; Dhs-a.2; Dhp-a.ii.98.

atirājā →

pts

higher king, the greatest king, more than a king Dhp-a.ii.60; Mil.277.

ati + rājā

atisambādha →

pts

…abstr. atisambādhatā the state of being too narrow Ja.i.7.

ati + sambādha

atisara →

pts

adjective transgressing, sinning Ja.iv.6; cp. atisāra.

fr. atisarati; cp. accasara

atisarati →

pts

…paccasari; C. atidhāvi); Ja.v.70 and atisari Ja.iv.6. ger. atisitvā (for *atisaritvā) DN.i.222; SN.iv.94; AN.i.145…

atisāra →

pts

…limits of the right faith) Ja.v.221 (dhamm˚), Ja.v.379; Dhp-a.i.182; Dhs-a.28. See also atisara.

fr. ati + sṛ; see…

atisāyaṃ →

pts

adverb very late, late in the evening Ja.v.94.

ati + sāyaṃ

atisītala →

pts

adjective very cold Ja.iii.55.

ati + sītala

atithi →

pts

…AN.iii.260; Ja.iv.31, Ja.iv.274; Ja.v.388; Kp.viii.7 (n’ atthi assa ṭhiti yamhi vā tamhi vā divase āgacchatī ti atithi Kp-a.222);…

atitta →

pts

adjective dissatisfied, unsatisfied Ja.i.440; Dhp.48.

a + titta

atittha →

pts

…not the right way, manner or time; as ˚wrongly in the wrong way Ja.i.343; Ja.iv.379; Ja.vi.241; Dhp-a.iii.347; DN-a.i.38.

a + tittha

atituṭṭhi →

pts

extreme joy Ja.i.207.

ati + tuṭṭhi

atitāta →

pts

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

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

ativatta →

pts

…& pass.), conquered Snp.1133 (bhava˚); Cnd.21 (= atikkanta, vītivatta); Ja.v.84 (bhaya˚) Mil.146, Mil.154.

pp. of ativattati: Sk. ativṛtta

ativattar →

pts

…who insults or offends Ja.v.266 (isīnaṃ ativattāro dharusavācāhi atikkamitvā vattāro C.).

Sk. *ativaktṛ, n. ag. to ati-vacati;…

ativattati →

pts

…Thag.412; Ja.i.58, Ja.i.280 Ja.iv.134; Ja.vi.113, Ja.vi.114; Pv-a.276
pp ativatta (q.v.).

ati + vṛt, Sk….

ativaṅkin →

pts

adjective very crooked Ja.i.160 (vankâtivankin crooked all over; cp. ati iii.).

ati + vankin

ativela →

pts

…MN.i.122; Snp.973 (see expln. at Mnd.504); Ja.iii.103 = Mnd.504.

ati + vela

ativeṭheti →

pts

to wrap over, to cover, to enclose; to press, oppress, stifle Vin.ii.101; Ja.v.452 (-ativiya veṭheti piḷeti C.).

ati + veṣṭ; cp. Sk. abhiveṣṭate

ativissaṭṭha →

pts

adjective too abundant, in ˚vākya one who talks too much, a chatterbox Ja.v.204.

ati + vissaṭṭha

ativissāsika →

pts

adjective very, or too confidential Ja.i.86.

ati + vissāsika

ativiya →

pts

…Snp.680, Snp.683; Snp-a.486. 3. ati + viya (the doublet of iva) = ativiya Ja.i.61, Ja.i.263; Dhp-a.ii.71 (a. upakāra of…

ativāha →

pts

…one who conveys i.e. a conductor, guide Thag.616 (said of sīla, good character); Ja.v.433
■ Cp. ativāhika.

fr. ati + vah, cp. Sk….

ativāhika →

pts

one who belongs to a conveyance, one who conveys or guides, a conductor (of a caravan Ja.v.471, Ja.v.472 (˚purisa).

fr. ativāha

ativākya →

pts

…pavattaṃ vītikkama-vacanaṃ Dhp-a.iv.3) Ja.vi.508.

ati + vac, cp. Sk. ativāda, fr. ati + vad

atiyakkha →

pts

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

ati + yakkha

ato →

pts

adverb hence, now, therefore SN.i.15; MN.i.498; Mil.87; Ja.v.398 (= tato C.).

Sk. ataḥ

atra →

pts

adverb here; atra atra here & there Ja.i.414 = Ja.iv.5 (in expln. of atriccha).

Sk. atra

atraja →

pts

…4 kinds enumerated, viz. atraja khettaja, dinnaka antevāsika p. Cnd.448
■ Ja.i.135; Ja.iii.103 = Mnd.504; Ja.iii.181; Ja.v.465; Ja.vi.20;…

atriccha →

pts

…very covetous, greedy, wanting too much Ja.i.414 = Ja.iv.4 Ja.iii.206.

atricchatā →

pts

excessive lust Ja.iii.222.

see atricchā

atricchā →

pts

…“too much desire” with r in dissolution of geminated tt, like atraja for attaja. See also atriccha adj. and cp. J.P.T.S. 1884, 69

atta →

pts

…Snp.935; Dhp.406. Attañjaha, rejecting what had been assumed, Snp.790. Attaṃ pahāya Snp.800. The opp is niratta, that…

attan →

pts

…or interest Snp.75; Cnd.23; Ja.iv.56, Ja.iv.96; otherwise as atta-d-attha, e.g. Snp.284.

  • -atthiya looking after one’s…

attha →

pts

…explanation, Commentary Ja.v.38 Ja.v.170 Pv-a.1 Pv-a.71, etc. Frequently in name of Commentary

  • -kara beneficial, useful Vin.iii.149…

attharaka →

pts

covering Ja.i.9; DN-a.i.87
■ f. -ikā a layer Ja.i.9; Ja.v.280.

= atthara

attharati →

pts

…Vin.v.172; Ja.i.199; Ja.v.113; Ja.vi.428; Dhp.i.272
pp atthata (q.v.)
caus attharāpeti

atthi →

pts

…(= santi), e.g. Ja.i.280; Ja.ii.2 Ja.iii.55.
■ 1st pl. asma [Sk. smaḥ] Snp.594, Snp.595; asmase Snp.595, and…

atthika →

pts

…(rajj˚ coveting a kingdom); Ja.v.19; Pv.ii.2#28 (bhojan˚ in need of food); Pv.iv.1#1 (kāraṇ˚), Pv.iv.1#21 (khiḍḍ˚ for play), Pv.iv.1#63…

atthitā →

pts

…and not to be); SN.iii.135; Ja.v.110 (kassaci atthitaṃ vā natthitaṃ vā jānāhi see if there is anybody or not); Dhs-a.394
■ Often in…

attāṇa →

pts

adjective without shelter or protection Ja.i.229; Mil.148, Mil.325; Thag-a.285.

a + tāṇa

atīradassin →

pts

adjective noun not seeing the shore Ja.i.46; Ja.vi.440; also as atīradassanī (f.) Ja.v.75 (nāvā). Cp. DN.i.222.

a + tīra + dassin

atīta →

pts

…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, Snp.1112….

atīva →

pts

indeclinable very much, exceedingly Ja.ii.413; Mhvs.33, Mhvs.2 etc.

ati + iva, see also ativiya

ava →

pts

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

Affinities of ava

  1. apa. There exists an…

avabhuñjati →

pts

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

ava + bhuñjati

avabodhati →

pts

(-˚) to realise, perceive, pay attention to Ja.iii.151 nâva˚).

cp. Sk. avabodhati

avabujjhati →

pts

…BSk….

avacana →

pts

“non-word”, i.e. the wrong word or expression Ja.i.410.

a + vacana

avacara →

pts

…AN.iv.314 (parisā˚); Ja.i.60 (tāḷa˚ one conversant with music, a musician see tāḷa1); Ja.ii.95…

avacaraṇa →

pts

being familiar with, dealing with, occupation Ja.ii.95.

fr. avacarati 1

avacchidda →

pts

…in redupl. (intensive) cpd. chiddāvacchidda perforated all over, nothing but holes Ja.iii.491; Dhp-a.i.122. Dhp-a.284 Dhp-a.319. Cp….

avacuttha →

pts

second pret. of vac, in prohib form mā evaṃ avacuttha do not speak thus Ja.vi.72; Dhp-a.iv.228.

avadehaka →

pts

udarāvadehakaṃ bhuñjati, to eat one’s fill MN.i.102; Thag.935. Vism.33 has udarāvadehaka-bhojana, a heavy meal.

ava + deha + ka…

avadāyati →

pts

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

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

avadīyati →

pts

to burst, split open Ja.vi.183 (= bhijjati C. see also uddīyati,

Sk. avadīryati, ava + ḍr1, ḍrṇāti,…

avaharati →

pts

Avaharati & oharati

to steal Ja.i.384; Pv-a.47 (avahari vatthaṃ), Pv-a.86 (id., = apānudi)
pp avahaṭa (q.v.).

ava…

avahasati →

pts

to laugh at, deride, mock Ja.v.111 (aññamaññaṃ); Pv-a.178
aor avahasi Ja.iv.413.

ava + has

avahīyati →

pts

to be left behind, to stay behind Ja.v.340.

for ohīyati

avajaya →

pts

defeat Dhp-a.ii.228 (variant reading for T. ajaya).

ava + jaya, cp. apajita

avajja →

pts

…Sdhp.436. Opp. sāvajja.

Sk. avadya, seemigly a + vadya, but in reality a der. fr. ava. According to Childers = Sk….

avajjatā →

pts

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

abstr. to prec.

avajjha →

pts

adjective not to be killed or destroyed, inviolable Snp.288; Ja.v.69; Ja.vi.132.

grd of a + vadhati, Sk. vadhya, vadh

avajānāti →

pts

  1. to deny Vin.ii.85; AN.iii.164 = Pp.65.
  2. (later) to despise Dhp-a.iii.16; Pv-a.175 (grd ˚jānitabba)-Of short stem-form ñā are found the foll grd. avaññeyya Pv-a.175, and with o˚: grd. oñāta …

avajāta →

pts

adjective low-born, of low or base birth, fig of low character (opp. abhijāta) Snp.664 (= buddhassa avajātaputta Snp-a.479); Iti.63; Mil.359.

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

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 +…

avakanta →

pts

cut, cut open, cut off Ja.iv.251 (galak’ âvakantaṃ).

for *avakatta, Sk. avakṛtta; pp. of avakantati, see kanta2

avakantati →

pts

…also…

avakappanā →

pts

Avakappanā & okappanā

feminine preparation, fixing up, esp. harnessing Ja.vi.408.

ava + kappanā

avakaḍḍhati →

pts

…Ja.iv.415 (hadayaṃ me a. my heart is weighed down = sokena avakaḍḍhīyati C; variant reading avakassati)
pp…

avakaṅkhati →

pts

…Sk….

avakirati →

pts

…Pv-a.86; ger. ˚kiritvā Ja.v.144. 2. to cast out, reject, throw out; aor. avākiri Vv.30#5 = Vv.48#5 (variant reading ˚kari; Vv-a.126…

avakiriya →

pts

to be cast out or thrown away; rejectable, low, contemptible Ja.v.143 (taken by C. as ger. = avakiritvā).

grd of avakirati

avakkama →

pts

entering, appearance Ja.v.330 (gabbhassa).

fr. avakkamati

avakkamati →

pts

…or near to, to fall into, appear in, only in ger. (poetically) avakamma Ja.iii.480 (variant reading apa˚).

ava + kamati fr. kram

avakkhipana →

pts

throwing down, putting down Ja.i.163.

fr. avakkhipati

avakujja →

pts

…& uttāna) Ja.i.13 Bv.ii.52; Ja.v.295; Ja.vi.40; Pv.iv.10#8; Pv-a.178.

  • -pañña (adj.) one whose reason is turned upside…

avakāsa →

pts

…having the app. of an Aryan Ja.v.87; katâvakāsa put into appearance Vv.22#9. 2. “opportunity”: kata˚ given leave DN.i.276; Snp.1030;…

avalambati FIXME double →

pts

…(+ ajjholambati); Ja.i.194; Pv-a.46
ger avalamba (for ˚bya) Pv.iii.3#5 (= olambitva Pv-a.189 & olambetvā Ja.iii.218. See also…

avalekhana →

pts

…scratching in writing down Ja.iv.402, (˚sattha a chisel for engraving letters).

fr. avalekhati

Avalekhana2

neuter variant reading…

avamaṅgala →

pts

…unlucky, infaustus (opp. abhimangala); nt. bad luck, ill omen Ja.i.372, Ja.i.402; Ja.ii.197; Ja.vi.10 Ja.vi.424; Dhp-a.iii.123; Pv-a.261. Cf….

avamaṅgalla →

pts

adjective of bad omen, nt. anything importune, unlucky Ja.i.446. Avamana & omana;

fr. avamangala

avamāna →

pts

Avamāna & omāna

disregard, disrespect, contempt Ja.ii.386; Ja.iii.423; Ja.v.384. Cp. next.

fr. ava + man, think

avamāneti →

pts

to despise Ja.v.246. - pp. avamānita Pv-a.36.

Caus. of avamaññati

avapivati →

pts

to drink from Ja.i.163.

ava + , cp. apapibati

avapāyin →

pts

(-˚) adjective coming for a drink, drinking Ja.i.163.

cp. avapivati

avarajjhati →

pts

(-˚) to neglect, fail, spurn Thag.167; Ja.iv.428 (variant reading ˚rujjh˚).

ava + rajjhati of rādh, cp. Sk. avarādhyate

avaruddhaka →

pts

subdued, expelled, banished Ja.vi.575; Dpvs.i.21 (Np).

avruddha + ka

avaruddhati →

pts

to expel, remove, banish Ja.vi.505 (= nīharati C.), Ja.vi.515 See also avarundhati.

Sk. aparundhati; ava + ruddhati of…

avasesa →

pts

…left Snp.694 (āyu avaseso); Ja.iii.19; Vb.107 (taṇhā ca avasesā ca kilesā) Pv-a.19 (avasesā ca ñātakā the rest of the relatives),…

avasesaka →

pts

adjective being left, overflowing, additional, more Ja.i.400 (an˚); Dpvs.iv.45.

fr. avasesa2

avasissati →

pts

…AN.v.299 = SN.iv.322; Ja.ii.61 (see expln. on p. 62). Also in the phrases *taco ca nahārū ca aṭṭhi ca avasissatu sarīre…

avasitta →

pts

(-˚) besprinkled, anointed, consecrated, only in phrase rājā khattiyo muddhāvasitto of a properly consecrated king (see also khattiya) DN.i.69; DN.ii.227; DN.iii.64; Pp.56; DN …

avasiñcanaka →

pts

(-˚) adjective pouring over (act. & med.), overflowing Ja.i.400 (an˚).

fr. osiñcati

avasiṭṭha →

pts

…over SN.ii.133; Ja.i.138; Ja.v.339; Vv-a.66 pl. avasiṭṭhā all who are left, the others Pv-a.165 (janā).

pp. of avasissati, Sk….

avasiṭṭhaka →

pts

adjective remaining, left Ja.iii.311.

fr. avasiṭṭha

avassa →

pts

…Ja.i.19 (˚bhāvin); Ja.v.319 (˚gāmitā). Usually as nt. -ṃ adv inevitably (cp. BSk. avaśyaṃ Divy.347; Avs.i.209 etc. Ja.iii.271;…

avassajati →

pts

…up, dismiss, release (ava) Ja.iv.425; Ja.v.487 (aor. avassaji read for avissaji).

ava + sṛj, perhaps ud + sṛj = Sk. utsṛjati,…

avassana →

pts

not bleating Ja.iv.251.

a + vassana, Sk. vāsana of vāś to bleat

avassaya →

pts

…protection, refuge Ja.i.211; Ja.ii.197; Ja.iv.167; Mil.160; Dhp-a.ii.267; Dhp-a.iv.198; Pv-a.5, Pv-a.113.

Sk. *avāśraya for the usual…

avasseti →

pts

…on, find shelter in (loc.) Ja.ii.80 (aor. avassayiṃ = vāsaṃ kappesiṃ C.). pp. avassita.

ava + ā + śri, for the…

avassita →

pts

depending on, dealing with Ja.v.375. See apassita.

for apassita, Sk. apaśrita

avassuta →

pts

…out or down, oozing, leaking Ja.iv.20. 2. (fig.) (cp. anvāssava & āsava) filled with desire lustful (opp.; anavassuta, q.v.) Vin.ii.236;…

avassāvana →

pts

straining, filtering (?) Ja.ii.288.

fr. ava + Caus. of sru to flow

avasussati →

pts

…maṃsalohitaṃ Ja.i.71, Ja.i.110; Sdhp.46. It is a later spelling for the older avasissatu see Trenckner (MN.i.569)
fut avasucchati (= Sk….

avasāna →

pts

…(id.).

for…

avasī →

pts

metri causa for avasi, a + vasi, aor. of vas4 to stop, stay, rest Ja.v.66 (mā avasī).

avasūra →

pts

…function of *avaṃs see ava

avatiṇṇa →

pts

…(-˚), as ava˚; rare late or poetical form of ; e.g. Ja.v.98 (issâ˚). See otiṇṇa.

pp. of…

avatiṭṭhati →

pts

…Thag.1, Thag.21; Ja.ii.62; Ja.iv.208 (aor. avaṭṭhāsi). pp. avaṭṭhita (q.v.). Avatinna & otinna;

ava…

avattha →

pts

…tour) AN.iii.171 (C. avavatthika).

der. uncertain

Avattha2

thrown away Ja.v.302 (= chaḍḍita C.).

Sk. apāsta, apa + āsta, pp….

avattharati →

pts

…up Ja.i.74 (˚amāna ppr.), Ja.i.255 (˚itvā ger.); Ja.iv.84; Dāvs i.38
pp otthaṭa Cp. pariy˚.

ava + tharati,…

avattharaṇa →

pts

setting in array, deploying (of an army) Ja.ii.104 (of a robber-band), Ja.ii.336.

fr. avattharati

avatthu →

pts

…+…

avatthuka →

pts

…+…

avañcana →

pts

adjective not (even) tottering, i.e. unfit for any motion (esp. walking), said of crippled feet Ja.i.214 = Cp.iii.9#10.

a + vañcana from vañc

avañña →

pts

adjective despised, despicable Pv.iii.1#13 (= avaññeyya avajānitabba Pv-a.175).

to avaññā

avaññā →

pts

contempt, disregard, disrespect Ja.i.257 (˚ya).

Sk. avajñā, fr. ava + jñā

avaññāta →

pts

adjective despised, treated with contempt Pv-a.135 (an˚); Sdhp.88, Sdhp.90.

pp. of avajānāti

avaḍḍhi →

pts

“non-growth”, decay Dhp-a.iii.335; C on AN.iii.76 (cp. apajaha).

a + vaḍḍhi

avaṃ →

pts

…Ja.i.233 (+ uddhapāda); Ja.iv.103 (nirayaṃ vajanti yathā adhammo patito avaṃsiro); Mnd.404 (uddhaṃpāda +); Dhp-a.iv.153 (gloss…

avaṇṇanīya →

pts

adjective indescribable Ja.v.282.

grd. of a + vaṇṇeti

avaṇṭa →

pts

adjective without a stalk Ja.v.155.

a + vaṇṭa

avaṭṭhāna →

pts

position, standing place Ja.i.508; Pv-a.286.

Sk. avasthāna

avekalla →

pts

(˚-) adjective without deficiency, in -buddhi complete knowledge Ja.vi.297.

a + vekalla

avekkhati →

pts

…ap˚); Dhp.28, Dhp.50, Ja.iv.6; Dhp-a.i.259 (= passati).

B.Sk. avīkṣate. The regular Pāli form however is apekkhati, to which the BSk….

avekkhipati →

pts

…lit. to throw (a foot) down Ja.iv.251 (= pacchimapāde khipati C.).

avaṃ + khipati, avaṃ here in form ave corresp. to…

avhayati →

pts

…Ja.v.220 (avhayesi); Ja.vi.18, Ja.vi.192, Ja.vi.273 (avhettha pret.); Vv.33#1 (avheti). 3. to give a name to call, to address Snp-a.487 (=…

avheti →

pts

…Ja.v.220 (avhayesi); Ja.vi.18, Ja.vi.192, Ja.vi.273 (avhettha pret.); Vv.33#1 (avheti). 3. to give a name to call, to address Snp-a.487 (=…

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

avhāyika →

pts

adjective calling, giving a name; masculine one who gives a name Ja.i.401 = Ja.iii.234

fr. avhaya

aviccaṃ →

pts

at Ja.v.434 read aviviccaṃ i.e. not secretly, openly.

a + viviccaṃ

avijjā →

pts

…Dhs.1486), of the saṃyojanāni (DN.iii.254; Dhs.1131, Dhs.1460). See for various characterisatons the foll. passages: Vin.i.1; Vin.iii.3;…

avijānaṃ →

pts

not knowing, ignorant Dhp.38, Dhp.60; Iti.103.

a + vijānaṃ

avikampamāna →

pts

…at this passage as a + vikalpamāna, see

Toevoegselen

s.v., but unnecessarily), Ja.vi.176 (= nirāsanka C.); Ja.vi.273.

a + vi +…

avikopin →

pts

adjective not agitated, not moving, unshaken, undisturbed Ja.vi.226 (acchejja +).

a + vikopin; fr. vi + kup

avinibbhoga →

pts

adjective not to be distinguished, indistinct Ja.iii.428 (˚sadda).

a + vinibbhoga

avinibbhujaṃ →

pts

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

ppr. of a + vinibbhujati

avinicchayaññū →

pts

adjective not knowing how to decide Ja.v.367.

a + vinicchaya + ñū

avināsaka →

pts

Avināsaka (˚ika)

adjective not causing destruction AN.iii.38 (˚ika); Ja.v.116 (= anāsaka C.).

a + vināsa + ka

avināsika →

pts

Avināsaka (˚ika)

adjective not causing destruction AN.iii.38 (˚ika); Ja.v.116 (= anāsaka C.).

a + vināsa + ka

avipariṇāma →

pts

…endurance DN.i.18; DN.iii.31, DN.iii.33 (˚dhamma); DN-a.i.113 (= jarā-vasena vipariṇāmassa abhāvato).

a + viparināma

avisaggatā →

pts

…undisturbed harmony, balance Ja.vi.224 (C. avisaggata). Cp. avyagga.

a + visaggatā, variant reading viy˚, thus as a +…

avisare →

pts

at Ja.v.117 according to Kern,

Toevoegselen

s.v. corrupted from avisaye, i.e. towards a wrong or unworthy object, C. differently: avisare =…

avisaṃvādeti →

pts

to keep one’s word, to be honest, to be true Ja.v.124.

a + visaṃ + Caus. of vad

avissaji →

pts

at Ja.vi.79 is with Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. better to be read avassaji (see avassajati).

avissajjiya →

pts

…(five such objects in detail); Vin.v.216 (+ avebh˚) Ja.vi.568.

grd. of a + vissajjati

avissāsaniya →

pts

adjective not to be trusted, untrustworthy Ja.iii.474.

a + visāsana + iya, ika

avyatha →

pts

adjective not miserable, fortunate Ja.iii.466 (= akilamāna C.).

a + vyatha, cp. Sk. vyathā misfortune

avyāharati →

pts

not to bring or procure Ja.v.80.

a + vy + āharati

avyāvaṭa →

pts

…not worrying Vin.iii.136; Cnd.72 (abyāvaṭa for appossukka Snp.43); Ja.iii.65; Ja.vi.188. Mil.177 (abyā˚).

a + vyāvaṭa = Sk…

avyāyata →

pts

adjective at random, without discrimination, careless Ja.i.496 (= avyatta C.).

a + vyāyata of yam

avyāyika →

pts

adjective not liable to loss or change, imperishable Ja.v.508 (= avigacchanaka C.).

fr. avyaya

avāgata →

pts

only in phrase dhammā avāgat-amhā, we are fallen from righteousness, Ja.v.82 (C. explains apāgata).

ava + ā + gacchati

avākaroti →

pts

…= avakareyya chindeyya C.); Ja.v.495, Ja.v.500; Ja.vi.280. 2. to give back, restore Ja.vi.577 (= deti C.).

either ava + ā + karoti or avaṃ +…

avāpurati →

pts

to open (a door) Ja.i.63; Ja.vi.373.

same as apāpurati

avāvaṭa →

pts

…C.).

a +…

avīci →

pts

…Pts.i.83; Dhs.1281; Ja.i.71, Ja.i.96; Ja.iii.182; Ja.iv.159; Dhp-a.i.148; Pv-a.52; Snp-a.290; Sdhp.37, Sdhp.194; Pgdp.5 sq. etc etc. 2….

aya FIXME double →

pts

…= ayo˚ Ja.i.108; Dhp-a.ii.69 (variant reading).

aya →

pts

i, go)

  1. income, in aya-potthaka receipt book Ja.i.2.
  2. inlet (for water, aya-mukha) DN.i.74; AN.ii.166,…

ayaṃ →

pts

… ■ gen. dat. m imassa Ja.i.222, Ja.i.279 & assa Snp.234, Snp.1100; Kp.vii.12 (dat.); Ja.ii.158;
■ f. imissā Ja.i.179 & assā [Sk….

ayira →

pts

…mistress (of a servant) Ja.ii.349 (variant reading oyyakā); voc. ayire my lady Ja.v.138 (= ayye C.).

Vedic ārya, Metathesis for ariya as…

ayo →

pts

…= ayo˚ Ja.i.108; Dhp-a.ii.69 (variant reading).

ayya →

pts

ayya Ja.i.221 Ja.i.279, Ja.i.308; pl. nom. as voc. ayyā in addressing several Ja.ii.128, Ja.ii.415; nom….

ayyaka →

pts

…Mvu.iii.264) Ja.iii.155; Ja.iv.146; Ja.vi.196; Pv.i.84; Mil.284. ayyaka-payyakā grandfather & great grandfather; forefathers, ancestors…

ayyira →

pts

…mistress (of a servant) Ja.ii.349 (variant reading oyyakā); voc. ayire my lady Ja.v.138 (= ayye C.).

Vedic ārya, Metathesis for ariya as…

añcati →

pts

Ja.i.417, read añchati (see next).

añchati →

pts

…should also be read at Ja.i.417 for udakaṃ añcanti (in expln. of udañcanī pulling the water up from a well, q.v.), where it…

añja →

pts

…with a pull or jerk pull on! go on! gee up! Ja.i.192.

orig. imper. of añjati1; cp. Sk. anjasā (instr.) quickly, Goth. anaks

añjali →

pts

…AN.ii.34; AN.iii.36 AN.iv.13 sq.; Iti.88.

cp. Sk. añjali, fr. añjati1

añjalikā →

pts

…salutation Vv.1#5 (explained at Vv-a.24 as dasanakha-samodhāna samujjalaṃ añjaliṃ sirasi paggaṇhantī guṇa-visiṭṭhānaṃ…

añjana →

pts

…i.e. shiny, glossy, dark, black DN.ii.18 (lomāni); Ja.i.138 (kesā) Ja.i.194; Ja.ii.369; Pv-a.258 (vana).

from añjati2

añjanisalākā →

pts

stick to put the ointment on with Vin.i.203; Vin.ii.135; Ja.iii.419.

añjanī →

pts

box for ointment, a collyrium pot Vin.i.203, Vin.i.204; Vin.ii.135; Vin.iv.168; MN.ii.65 = Thag.773.

fr. añjana

añjasa →

pts

…Mhvs.5; Mil.217; Sdhp.328, Sdhp.595. Cp pañjasa.

Sk. āñjasa (?). Cp. ārjava = P. ajjava, see añjati1 &…

añjati →

pts

Añjati1

See añja, añjaya, añjali, añjasa.

= Sk. ṛñjati, ṛjyati to stretch, pull along, draw out, erect; cp. Sk. ṛju…

añjaya →

pts

…straight Ja.iii.12 (vv.ll. ajjava & and ājjava better?) expld by C. as ujuka, akuṭila. See also ajjava. Should we assume misreading…

añjita →

pts

smeared, anointed Ja.i.77 (su-añjitāni akkhīni); Ja.iv.421 (añjit’akkha).

Sk. ankta & añjayita, pp. of añjeti

añña →

pts

…AN.iv.35 sq.; Vin.i.60; Ja.i.93; Ja.ii.415.

aññadā →

pts

adverb at another time, else, once SN.iv.285; Ja.v.12; Dhp-a.iv.125.

añña + dā, cp. kadā, tadā, yadā

aññatara →

pts

…Dhp.137, Dhp.157; Ja.i.221, Ja.i.253; Ja.ii.132 etc. devaññatara a certain god, i.e. any kind of god SN.iv.180 = AN.iv.461.

Sk. anyatara, añña…

aññathatta →

pts

…2); Mil.209. 2. difference Ja.i.147; Iti.11. 3. erroneous supposition, mistake Vin.ii.2; SN.iii.91; SN.iv.329. 4. fickleness, change of mind,…

aññatra →

pts

…elsewhere, somewhere else Ja.v.252; Pv.iv.1#62. In compn. also añña˚, e.g. aññatra-yoga (adj.) following another discipline…

aññattha →

pts

…place where or whereto) Ja.i.291; Ja.ii.154; Dhs-a.163; Dhp-a.i.212; Dhp-a.iii.351; Pv-a.45; Mhvs.4, Mhvs.37; Mhvs.22, Mhvs.14.

from…

aññā →

pts

…SN.iv.139; SN.v.222; Ja.i.140; Ja.ii.333. See also arahatta.

  • -atthika desirous of higher knowledge Pv.iv.1#14. *…

aññāta →

pts

Aññāta1

known, recognised Snp.699. an˚; what is not known, in phrase anaññāta-ññassāmī’ t’ indriya the faculty of him (who believes): “I shall know what is not known (yet)” DN.iii.219; …

aññātaka →

pts

…only in phrase -vesena in unknown form, in disguise Ja.i.14; Ja.iii.116; Ja.v.102.

Demin. of aññāta2

aññātar →

pts

one who knows, a knower of DN.ii.286; MN.i.169; SN.i.106 (dhammassa); Kv.561.

n. ag. to ājānāti

aññātukāma →

pts

adjective desirous of gaining right knowledge AN.iii.192. See ājānāti.

ā + jñātuṃ + kāma

aññātāvin →

pts

adjective noun one who has complete insight Dhs-a.291.

  • -indriya (˚tāv’ indr.) the faculty of one whose knowledge is made perfect Dhs.555 (cp. Dhs trsl. 150) and same loci a …

aññāya →

pts

recognising, knowing, in the conviction of SN.i.24; AN.iii.41; Dhp.275, Dhp.411.

ger. of ājānāti, q.v. for detail

aḍḍha →

pts

…caturtha] three and a half Ja.i.82; Ja.iv.180; Ja.v.417, Ja.v.420; Dhp-a.i.87; Mhvs.12, Mhvs.53

  • -ocitaka half plucked off Ja.i.120. *…

aḍḍhaka →

pts

adjective wealthy, rich, influential Ja.iv.495; Pv.ii.8#2 (= mahāvibhava Pv-a.107).

aḷa →

pts

…T. spells ala˚); Ja.ii.342, Ja.iii.295. 2. the nails (of finger or toe) (?) in -chinna one whose nails are cut off Vin.i.91.

etym….

aḷāra →

pts

…with wide eyes (eyelashes?) Ja.i.306 (= visāla-netta C.); -pamha with thick eye-lashes Vv.35#7 (= bahala-saṃyata-pakhuma C.; v.l…

aṃsa →

pts

…on the shoulder, to shoulder Ja.i.9. 2. a part (lit. side) (cp. ˚āsa in koṭṭhāsa and expln of…

aṅga →

pts

…(˚e daseyya), MN.i.366; Ja.i.20; Ja.iv.324 (chinditvā). -paccaṅgatā the condition or state of perfect limbs, i.e. a perfect body…

aṅgada →

pts

bracelet Ja.v.9, Ja.v.410 (citt˚; adj. with manifold bracelets).

cp. Sk. angada; prob. anga + da that which is given to the limbs

aṅgadin →

pts

adjective wearing a bracelet Ja.v.9.

to angada

aṅgaṇa →

pts

…palace, the royal square Ja.i.124 Ja.i.152; Ja.ii.2; Dhp-a.ii.45.

  • -ṭṭhāna a clearing (in a wood or park) Ja.i.249, Ja.i.421 *…

aṅgula →

pts

…anguliṇ); AN.iii.6 (id.); Ja.v.70 (goṇ adj. with ox toes, expld. by C. as with toes like an ox’s tail; vv.ll. ˚anguṭṭha and…

aṅguleyyaka →

pts

…the finger, a finger-ring Ja.ii.444 (= nikkha).

cp. Sk. angulīyaka that which belongs to the finger, Mhg. vingerlîn = ring; E. bracelet, Fr…

aṅguli →

pts

…the fingers Ja.v.67

  • -muddikā a signet ring Vin.ii.106; Ja.iv.498; Ja.v.439, Ja.v.467
  • -saṅghaṭṭana˚; =…

aṅgulika →

pts

finger Ja.iii.13 (pañc˚); Ja.v.204 (vaṭṭ˚ = pavāḷ˚ ankurasadisā vaṭṭangulī Ja.v.207). See also pañcangulika. Anguli & Anguli;

=…

aṅgulī →

pts

…the fingers Ja.v.67

  • -muddikā a signet ring Vin.ii.106; Ja.iv.498; Ja.v.439, Ja.v.467
  • -saṅghaṭṭana˚; =…

aṅguṭṭha →

pts

…Pv-a.198. 2. the great toe Ja.ii.92; Mhvs.35, Mhvs.43.

  • -pada thumb-mark AN.iv.127 = SN.iii.154. *…

aṅgāra →

pts

…AN.iii.407; Ja.i.73; Ja.iii.54, Ja.iii.55; Ja.v.488; Snp.668; Sdhp.32. kul˚; the charcoal of the family, a squanderer SN.iv.324 (see…

aṅgāraka →

pts

adjective like charcoal, of red colour, Name of the planet Mars DN-a.i.95; cp. Ja.i.73.

cp. Sk. angāraka

aṅgārika →

pts

charcoal-burner Ja.vi.206 (= angāra-kammakara Ja.vi.209).

aṅgārin →

pts

adjective (burning) like coal, of brightred colour, crimson Thag.527 = Ja.i.87 (dumā trees in full bloom).

to angāra

aṅka →

pts

…a hook Ja.v.322 Ja.vi.218 (variant reading BB anga) 2. the lap (i.e. the bent position) or the hollow above the hips where…

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

aṅkola →

pts

species of tree Alaṅgium Hexapetalum Ja.vi.535. Cp. next.

dial. for ankura

aṅkura →

pts

…(lit. or fig.) Ja.ii.105; Ja.vi.331 (Buddh ˚a nascent Buddha), Ja.vi.486; Dhs.617 (˚vaṇṇa); Mil.50, Mil.251 Mil.269; Sdhp.273; Mhvs.15,…

aṅkusa →

pts

…(˚pacchi hook & basket); Ja.v.89 = Ja.vi.520 (pacchikhanitti˚), Ja.vi.529 (= phalānaṃ gaṇhanatthaṃ ankusaṃ) 2. to drive an elephant, a…

aṅkusaka →

pts

…an elephant-driver’s hook Ja.iii.431.

  • -yattha a crooked stick, alpenstock, staff (of an ascetic Ja.ii.68 (+…

aṇa →

pts

…from debt Vin.i.6 = SN.i.137, SN.i.234 = DN.ii.39; Thig.364 (i.e. without a new birth); AN.ii.69; Ja.v.481 Thag-a.245.

Sk. ṛṇa; see etym….

aṇu →

pts

…(anuto aṇuṃ gradually); Ja.iii.12 (= appamattaka); Ja.iv.203; Dhs.230, Dhs.617 (= kisa); Thag-a.173; Mil.361. Note aṇu is freq. spelt anu,…

aṇḍa →

pts

…one who castrates, a gelder Ja.iv.364 Ja.iv.366.

  • -ja 1 born from eggs SN.iii.241 (of snakes); MN.i.73; Ja.ii.53 = Ja.v.85;…

aṇḍaka →

pts

…(gloss kaṇṭakā); Ja.iii.260; Dhs.1343, cp. Dhs-a.396.

Sk.? prob. an inorganic form; the diaeresis of caṇḍaka into c˚ aṇḍaka…

aṇṇava →

pts

…(mah˚). 2. a stream, river Ja.iii.521; Ja.v.255.

Sk. arṇa & arṇava to; ; ṛṇoti to move, Idg. *er to be in quick motion, cp. Gr….

aṭanī →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.234; Ja.ii.387, Ja.ii.425, Ja.ii.484 supports of a seat. Morris J. P. T. S. 1884, 69 compares Marāthi aḍaṇī a three-legged…

aṭavī →

pts

  1. forest, woods Ja.i.306; Ja.ii.117; Ja.iii.220; Dhp-a.i.13; Pv-a.277.
  2. inhabitant of the forest, man of the woods, wild tribe Ja.vi.55 (=…

aṭaṇaka →

pts

adjective roaming about, wild Ja.v.105 (˚gāvī).

cp. Sk. aṭana, to aṭ.

aṭṭa →

pts

…Vin.iii.105; SN.ii.255; Ja.i.265 Ja.ii.117; Mil.357; Pv-a.285.

Sk. ārta, pp. of ardati, ṛd to dissolve, afflict etc.; cp. Sk. ārdra (=…

aṭṭha →

pts

…(fabulous) spider (or deer?) Ja.v.377 Ja.vi.538; cp. Sk. aṣṭapāda = śarabha a fabulous eight-legged animal. *…

aṭṭhaka →

pts

…MN.i.79; AN.i.136; Mil.396; Ja.i.390. 3. ˚ṃ (nt.) an octad Vv.67#2 (aṭṭh eight octads = 64); Vv-a.289, Vv-a.290. On sabbaṭṭhaka see…

aṭṭhi →

pts

…tendons); Dhp.149, Dhp.150; Ja.i.70; Ja.iii.26, Ja.iii.184; Ja.vi.448 (˚vedhin) Dhp-a.iii.109 (300 bones of the human body, as also at Suśruta…

aṭṭhika →

pts

…a bone MN.iii.92; Ja.i.265, Ja.i.428; Ja.vi.404; Pv-a.41. 2. = aṭṭhi 2, kernel, stone Dhp-a.ii.53 (tāl˚); Mhvs.15, Mhvs.42.

*…

aṭṭhilla →

pts

at Vin.ii.266 is expld. by Bdhgh on p. 327 by gojanghaṭṭika, perhaps more likely = Sk. aṣṭhīlā a round pebble or stone.

aṭṭhita →

pts

…arrived at, looked after, considered Ja.ii.247 (= adhiṭṭhita C.).

ā +…

aṭṭita →

pts

…Thag.157; Ja.ii.436; Ja.iv.85 (variant reading addhita); Ja.v.84; Vv-a.311; Thag-a.270 Mhvs.1, Mhvs.25; Mhvs.6, Mhvs.21; Dpvs.i.66;…

aṭṭiyati FIXME double →

pts

…jigucchamāna Vin.ii.292; Ja.i.66, Ja.i.292; Iti.43; Cnd.566; Pts.i.159. Spelling sometimes addiyāmi, e.g. Thig.140
pp aṭṭita &…

aṭṭiyati →

pts

…jigucchamāna Vin.ii.292; Ja.i.66, Ja.i.292; Iti.43; Cnd.566; Pts.i.159. Spelling sometimes addiyāmi, e.g. Thig.140
pp aṭṭita &…

aṭṭāla →

pts

…a room at the top of a house, or above a gate (koṭṭhaka) Thag.863; Ja.iii.160 Ja.v.373; Mil.1, Mil.330; Dhp-a.iii.488.

from aṭṭa

ba →

pts

…for paripantha; phāla2. Also substituted for v, cp. bajjayitvā variant reading vajjetvā DAI, 4, and see under Nibb-.

babbaja →

pts

…for the initial b. very often p. is found see pabbaja

babbu →

pts

Babbu & ˚ka

Epic a cat Ja.i.480 (= biḷāra C.) = Dhp-a.ii.152.

Sk. babhruka a kind of ichneumon; Vedic babhru brown, cp. Lat. fiber = beaver,…

babbuka →

pts

Babbu & ˚ka

Epic a cat Ja.i.480 (= biḷāra C.) = Dhp-a.ii.152.

Sk. babhruka a kind of ichneumon; Vedic babhru brown, cp. Lat. fiber = beaver,…

badara →

pts

…for b˚ at Ja.iv.363; Ja.vi.529.

  • -aṭṭhi kernel of the j. Snp-a.247. *…

badarī →

pts

the jujube tree Ja.ii.260.

cp. Sk. badarī

baddha →

pts

…cakes (of meal Ja.iii.343; Ja.v.46; Ja.vi.524. 7. bound together, linked clustered Dhp-a.i.304 kaṇṇika˚ (of thoughts). 8. set made up (of…

badhira →

pts

…Mil.367; Ja.i.76 (jāti˚); Ja.v.387; Ja.vi.7; Dhp-a.i.312. See also mūga.

bahala →

pts

…thickly filled with chaff); Ja.ii.91; Mil.282; Vism.257 (˚pūva, where Kp-a.56 omits bahala), Vism.263 (opp. tanuka) Kp-a.62 (˚kuthita-lākhā…

bahalatta →

pts

thickness, swollen condition, swelling Ja.i.147.

abstr. fr. above

bahi →

pts

…with acc. (direction to) Ja.i.298 (˚gāmaṃ) with loc. (place where) -dvāra-koṭṭhake outside the gate MN.ii.92; AN.iii.31;…

bahu →

pts

…& bahū Dhp.53; Ja.iv.366 Ja.v.40; Ja.vi.472; Bv.2, Bv.47; Pv.iv.1#4; Mhvs.35, Mhvs.98; Pv-a.67; nt. pl. bahūni Snp.665, Snp.885; gen. dat….

bahuka →

pts

…people, the majority of p.), Ja.v.388; Ja.iv.536; Mhvs.36, Mhvs.49; Pv-a.25 (gloss for pahūta Pv.i.5#2); Dhp-a.ii.175
■ nt. bahukaṃ

bahula →

pts

…Iti.30; Ja.iv.5 (vināsa˚), Ja.iv.22; Pv-a.80 (chārik’ angāra˚)
■ sayana˚ as much as “particular in one’s choice of resting place…

bahūta →

pts

…Ja.iii.425 (bahūtam ajjaṃ “plenty of food”; ajja = sk. ādya, with kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. bahūta for T. bahūtamajjā, which…

bahūtaso →

pts

adverb in abundance Ja.iii.484 (where C. expln with bahūtaso is faulty and should perhaps be read pahūtaso), Ja.vi.538.

der. fr….

baka →

pts

…Ja.i.205 (˚suṇikā), Ja.i.221, Ja.i.476; Ja.ii.234; Ja.iii.252. 2. Name of a dweller in the Brahma world MN.i.326; SN.i.142.

cp. Epic Sk….

bakkula →

pts

…form assumed by the Yakkha Ajakalāpaka, to terrify the Buddha Ud.5 (see also ākulī, where pākula is proposed for bakkula).

= vyākula?…

bala →

pts

…pañca-vidhaṃ of a king Ja.v.120, Ja.v.121 consists of bāhābalaṃ strength of arms, bhoga˚ of wealth, amacca˚ of counsellors, abhijacca˚…

balatta →

pts

strength, only in cpd. dubbalatta weakness Ja.ii.154.

abstr. fr. bala, cp. balatā

balavant →

pts

-balava very strong Ja.ii.406. -balavaṃ as nt. adv. “exceedingly,” in cpd. balav’ ābalavaṃ very (loud and) strong Vin.ii.1…

balavatā →

pts

…balavant; cp. Epic Sk….

bali →

pts

…Dhp.152 = Thag.1025; Ja.i.57 Ja.v.104 (Sāliyo b. phālena pahaṭo); Vism.284 (in simile of their escape from the ploughman); Dhp-a.i.24…

balin →

pts

adjective strong Thag.12 (paññā˚); Vv.64#7; Dhp.280; Ja.iii.484; Ja.vi.147. Balisa & Balisa;

fr. bala

balisa →

pts

…Ja.iv.195; Ja.v.273 sq. Ja.v.389; Ja.vi.416; Mil.412; Snp-a.114 (in expln of gaḷa Snp.61); Thag-a.280, Thag-a.292; Vb-a.196…

balya →

pts

…stupidity Dhp.63 (variant reading bālya); Ja.iii.278 (C. bālya); Dhp-a.ii.30.

fr. bāla, cp. P. & Sk. bālya

balākā →

pts

crane Thag.307; Ja.ii.363; Ja.iii.226; Mil.128 (˚ānaṃ megha-saddena gabbhâvakkanti hoti); Vism.126 (in simile, megha-mukhe b. viya);…

balīyati →

pts

…Mnd.12, cp. Mnd.361); Ja.iv.84 (vv.ll. khalī˚ & paliyy˚; C explains by avattharati) = Pv.ii.6#1 (= balavanto honti vaḍḍhanti…

bandha →

pts

…horsekeeper, groom Ja.ii.98; Ja.v.441, Ja.v.449; Dhp-a.i.392. 3. a sort of binding maṇḍala˚; with a circular b. (parasol) Vin.iv.338…

bandhakī →

pts

…Halāy 2,…

bandhana →

pts

…Dhp.345 sq.; Ja.ii.139, Ja.ii.140; Ja.iii.59 = Pv-a.4; Ja.v.285; Cnd.304#iii. b (var. bonds, andhu˚, rajju˚ etc. cp. Mnd.433) DN-a.i.121…

bandhati →

pts

…Vin.i.46; SN.iv.200; Ja.i.253, Ja.i.428, & bandhiya Thig.81.
inf bandhituṃ Thig.299. …

bandhava →

pts

…(pl. bandhavā) Ja.ii.316; Ja.v.81; DN-a.i.243. 2. (-˚) one who is connected with or belongs to Snp.140 (manta˚, well-acquainted with…

bandhu →

pts

…of the town of Mithilā (rāja˚); explained by C. as “rāja-ñātakeh’eva puṇṇā”).

  • -pāda the foot of Brahma,…

bandhujīvaka →

pts

the plant Pentapetes phoenicea MN.ii.14 (˚puppha); DN.ii.111 (id.) Ja.iv.279; Vism.174; Dhs-a.14; Vv-a.43, Vv-a.161.

cp. Class. Sk. bandhujīva

bandhuka →

pts

…plant Pentapetes phoenicea Ja.iv.279 (˚puppha, evidently only a contraction of bandhu-jīvaka, cp. C. bandhujīvaka puppha; although Sk….

bandhumant →

pts

…Bandhumā); Snp-a.190 = Ja.iv.388 (where the latter has Vettavatī), and a river Snp-a.190; Ja.iv.388 (: Vettavatī).

fr. bandhu, cp. Vedic…

bandhuvant →

pts

adjective having relatives, rich in relatives Ja.vi.357.

bandhu + vant

barihin →

pts

peacock Ja.iv.497.

cp. Sk. barhin

battiṃsa →

pts

cardinal number thirty-two Ja.iii.207.

for dvat-tiṃsa

baḷisa →

pts

…Ja.iv.195; Ja.v.273 sq. Ja.v.389; Ja.vi.416; Mil.412; Snp-a.114 (in expln of gaḷa Snp.61); Thag-a.280, Thag-a.292; Vb-a.196…

baḷīyakkha →

pts

species of birds Ja.vi.539.

etym.?

bella →

pts

…beluva,…

beluva →

pts

…Ja.iv.363, Ja.iv.368; Ja.vi.525 Ja.vi.560. 2. wood of the Vilva tree SN.i.22; DN.ii.264 Mhbv.31.

  • -pakka ripe fruit of…

beḷuva →

pts

…Ja.iv.363, Ja.iv.368; Ja.vi.525 Ja.vi.560. 2. wood of the Vilva tree SN.i.22; DN.ii.264 Mhbv.31.

  • -pakka ripe fruit of…

bhabba →

pts

…sambodhiṃ); Ja.i.106 (˚puggala a person unfit for the higher truths & salvation); bhabbābhabba nt & unfit people…

bhacca →

pts

…AN.iii.46 (= a dependant) Ja.iv.301 (C. bharitabba). As Kern.

Toevoegselen

s. v. bhacca points out this gāthā “bhaccā mātā pitā…

bhadda →

pts

…to thee,“ bhaddaṃ vo Ja.v.260 2. a kind of arrow (cp. Sk. bhalla) Ja.ii.275 (variant reading bhadra; so Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v.;...

bhaddaka →

pts

…of a Samaṇa at Ja.v.254b
■ On upari-bhaddaka (Name of a tree Ja.vi.269; C. = bhagini-mālā) see…

bhagga →

pts

…bhaggā“ Ja.i.493, which is applied metaphorically at Dhp.154 (phāsukā = pāpakā?), explained Dhp-a.iii.128 (artificially)…

bhaggava →

pts

potter (?) Ja.iii.381, Ja.iii.382 in voc. bhaggava (m.) & bhaggavī (f.). The terms are not explained in C., evidently…

bhaginī →

pts

sister Ja.vi.32. The popular etym. of bh. as given at Vb-a.108 is the same as that for bhātar, viz. “bhagatī ti bh.”-Cpd bhagini-māla a…

bhajanā →

pts

resorting to, familiarity with Pp.20 = Dhs.1326, cp. sam˚ & Dhs trsl. 345.

fer. bhaj

bhajati →

pts

…Dhp.303; Pp.26, Pp.33; Ja.i.216 = Ja.iii.510 (disā bh.), Ja.vi.358; Sdhp.275
pot bhaje Dhp.76, Dhp.78 and bhajetha Dhp.78 (=…

bhajin →

pts

adjective loving, attached to, worshipping Mnd.142 (in expln of “Bhagavā”).

fr. bhajati

bhajjati →

pts

…or get roasted Vin.iv.264; Dhp-a.i.224 (variant reading K. paccāpeti).

Vedic bhṛjjati, cp. Gr. φρύγω to roast, φρύγανον dry wood;…

bhakkha →

pts

…(eatables Ja.ii.14; Ja.iv.241 (similar context; = bhojana C.); Pv.ii.9#41 (= āhārā Pv-a.129). It is to be pointed out that bhakkhā…

bhakkhati →

pts

… inf bhakkhituṃ Ja.ii.14
caus bhakkheti in same meaning Ja.iv.349 (aor. bhakkhesuṃ); cp. BSk. bhakṣayati…

bhakuṭi →

pts

superciliousness Snp.485. Ja.iii.99; Vism.26 (˚karaṇa); Snp-a.412. Der. bhākuṭika (q.v.). See also…

bhallāṭaka →

pts

the marking nut plant Semicarpus anacardium Ja.vi.578.

cp. Epic Sk. bhallātaka

bhamara →

pts

  1. a bee Ja.v.205 (˚vaṇṇa bee-coloured, i.e. of black colour, in expln of kaṇha); Thig.252. Usually in similes, e.g. at Dhp.49…

bhamarikā →

pts

humming top Ja.v.478.

fr. bhamara

bhamati →

pts

…cittaṃ); Ja.i.414; Ja.iii.206 Ja.iv.4 (cakkaṃ matthake); Ja.iv.6 (kumbha-kāra-cakkaṃ iva bh.); Ja.v.478
pp…

bhamu →

pts

eyebrow Ja.vi.476 (ṭhita˚), Ja.vi.482 (nīla˚).

secondary formation after bhamuka

bhamuka →

pts

…see

Toevoegselen

s. v.); Ja.vi.503 (aḷāra˚ for pamukha); Dhp-a.iii.102; Dhp-a.iv.90, Dhp-a.iv.197 = Ja.v.434; Snp-a.285.

cp. Vedic…

bhamukha →

pts

…see

Toevoegselen

s. v.); Ja.vi.503 (aḷāra˚ for pamukha); Dhp-a.iii.102; Dhp-a.iv.90, Dhp-a.iv.197 = Ja.v.434; Snp-a.285.

cp. Vedic…

bhante →

pts

…DN.ii.154, DN.ii.283; Ja.ii.111; Ja.iii.46; Mil.19; or with another voc.: Mil.25; or with other oblique cases, as with nom. DN.i.179;…

bharati →

pts

…bear, support, feed maintain Ja.v.260 (mama bharatha, ahaṃ bhattā bhavāmi vo; C. explains as “maṃ icchatha”)
pp bhata

bharatā →

pts

…synonymous with kosajja at AN.iv.280, and kuhanā at AN.v.159, AN.v.161-opp. subharatā

bharita →

pts

…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…

bhariyā →

pts

wife (lit. one who is supported) DN.iii.190; Iti.36; Ja.iii.511; Dhp-a.i.329.

fr. bhṛ; Vedic bhāryā

bharu →

pts

…Mnd.155; Ja.ii.188; Ja.iv.137, and Bharu-raṭṭha Ja.ii.169 sq., a kingdom which is said to have been swallowed up by the sea
■…

bhasati →

pts

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

bhasma →

pts

…(loc bhasmani); Vv.84#44; Ja.iii.426; Vism.469 (in comparison).

  • -antāhuti (bhasm’ ant’ āhuti) “whose sacrifice ends in ashes”…

bhasman →

pts

…(loc bhasmani); Vv.84#44; Ja.iii.426; Vism.469 (in comparison).

  • -antāhuti (bhasm’ ant’ āhuti) “whose sacrifice ends in ashes”…

bhassara →

pts

…C.)
■ Cp. ā˚, pa˚.

fr….

bhassati →

pts

…& adhopāte) Ja.iv.223; Ja.vi.530. ppr. bhassamāna Mil.82 pret. 3rd sg. bhassittha Ja.ii.274 (cp….

bhasta →

pts

he-goat Ja.iii.278.

cp. Vedic basta

bhastā →

pts

…as “camma-pasibbaka”) Ja.iii.346 (sattu˚ = sattu pasibbaka flour sack); Ja.v.45 Thag-a.212 (udaka˚). biḷāra-bhastā a bag of catskin…

bhata →

pts

…are my dependents“); Ja.v.330 (kicchā bh.), given by Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. in meaning “full” with wrong ref Ja.vi.14. Cp….

bhataka →

pts

…Thag.685, Thag.1003; Ja.iii.446; Mil.379; Dhp-a.i.119, Dhp-a.i.233 (˚vīthi servant street). See also Fick Sociale Gliederung 158, 195,…

bhati →

pts

wages, fee, pay Ja.i.475; Ja.iii.325, Ja.iii.446; Dhp-a.i.21, Dhp-a.i.70; Dhtp.94 (in expln of root bhaṭ; see…

bhatikā →

pts

fee Ja.iv.184.

fr. bhati

bhatta →

pts

-puṭa a bag with food Ja.ii.82 Ja.ii.203 Ja.iii.200 DN-a.i.270 cp. puṭabhatta

  • -puṭaka same Kp-a.44 Vb-a.234 Vism.251
  • -bhoga

bhattar →

pts

…Ja.v.104, Ja.v.260 (here in meaning “supporter”); Ja.vi.492; gen. bhattu Ja.v.169, Ja.v.170; acc bhattāraṃ Thig.412.

Vedic bhartṛ…

bhattavant →

pts

…karoti.“

fr. *bhakta, pp. of bhajati

bhatti →

pts

…Vedic & Class. Sk. bhakti, fr.; bhaj: see bhajati

bhava →

pts

…the lowest hell; thus at Ja.iv.182; Ja.vi.354; Mil.336. -aṅga constituent of becoming, function of being, functional…

bhavana →

pts

…Snp-a.534: niray’ ādi-bhede bhavane); Mnd.448 (Inda˚ the realm of Indra); Ja.iii.275 (nāga˚ the world of the Nāgas).

fr….

bhavant →

pts

…sg. nom. bhotī Snp.988; Ja.iii.95; acc. bhotiṃ Ja.vi.523; loc. bhotiyā ibid. voc. bhoti ibid.; DN.ii.249-On form…

bhavati →

pts

…2nd abhavissa Ja.ii.11; Ja.iii.30; 3rd abhavissa Iti.37; Vin.i.13; DN.ii.57; MN.iii.163; Ja.i.267; Ja.ii.112 (na…

bhaveyya →

pts

sort of tree, perhaps Averrhoa carambola Ja.vi.529.

cp. Class. Sk. bhavya

bhaya →

pts

…sq.), Vb.376 (4: jāti˚, jarā˚, vyādhi˚, maraṇa˚), Vb.367 (3: jāti˚, jarā˚, maraṇ˚); Mnd.402 (2: diṭṭha-dhammikaṃ &…

bhayānaka →

pts

adjective frightful, horrible Ja.iii.428; MN-a.113; Pv-a.24 (as ˚ika); Sdhp.7, Sdhp.208
■ nt. ˚ṃ something awful Cnd.470 (in def. of…

bhañjaka →

pts

adjective breaking, spoiling, destroying (attha˚
■ visaṃvāda; cp. bhañjanaka) Ja.iii.499.

fr. bhañjati

bhañjana →

pts

…Pv-a.277.

fr. bhañjati

Bhañjana2

neuter anointing, smearing, oiling, in gatta˚ and pāda˚
■ bbhañjana-tela oil…

bhañjanaka →

pts

…lies) Dhp-a.iii.356; Vv-a.72; cp bhañjaka.

fr. bhañjana1

bhañjanin →

pts

adjective breaking, destroying, in cakka˚; breaking the wheel, fig. breaking the state of harmony Ja.v.112.

fr. bhañj

bhañjati →

pts

…the good SN.iv.347 (cp bhañjanaka)

pp bhagga1 (q.v.).

bhañj, cp. Vedic bhañjati & bhanakti, roots with & without r, as Lat….

bhaṅga →

pts

…Class. Sk. bhanga, fr. bhañj: see bhañjati

bhaṇe →

pts

indeclinable “I say,” used as an interjection of emphasis, like “to be sure,” “look here.” It is a familiar term of address often used by a king to his subjects Vin.i.240 (amhākaṃ kira bhaṇe vijite Bh …

bhaṇḍa →

pts

…101 sq.) Ja.iii.293 Ja.iv.43; Ja.v.117; Mil.37; DN-a.i.21; Pv-a.2, Pv-a.20.

  • -āhāraka (trader) taking up goods Dhp-a.iv.60.

cp….

bhaṇḍaka →

pts

….ii.113.

fr….

bhaṇḍana →

pts

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

fr. bhaṇḍ, cp. BSk. bhāṇḍana Divy.164

bhaṇḍi →

pts

certain plant or flower Ja.v.420. Reading uncertain.

?

bhaṇḍikā →

pts

…a heap of 1,000 kahāpaṇas Ja.ii.424; Ja.iii.60; Ja.iv.2
Note. bhaṇḍika is variant reading at Ja.iii.41 for gaṇḍikā.

fr….

bhaṇḍu →

pts

adjective bald-headed, close shaven Vin.i.71 (˚kamma shaving), Vin.i.76 (kammāra˚); Ja.iii.22; Ja.vi.538 (+ tittira); Mil.11, Mil.128.

etym. uncertain, dialectical or = paṇḍu?

bhaṭṭha →

pts

…fallen down Ja.i.482; Ja.iv.222, Ja.iv.382; Ja.v.444. Cp. pari˚.

pp. of bhraṃś, see…

bheda →

pts

…as adj. consisting of, like Ja.ii.438; Ja.vi.3 (kaṭuk ādi˚); Dhp-a.iii.14 (kāya-sucarit’-ādi˚-bhadra-kammāni) Snp-a.290…

bhedaka →

pts

…-a.i.37.

fr….

bhedana →

pts

…perishable AN.iv.386; Ja.i.146, Ja.i.392; Thag-a.254.

bhejja →

pts

…neg. form abhejja not to be split or sundered Snp.255; Ja.i.263; Ja.iii.318; Pp.30; Mil.160, Mil.199.

grd. of bhindati

bhejjanaka →

pts

adjective breakable; like bhejja only in neg. form abhejjanaka indestructible Ja.i.393.

fr. bhejja

bheka →

pts

frog Thag.310; Ja.iii.430; Ja.iv.247; Ja.vi.208.

cp. Vedic bheka, onomat.

bherava →

pts

…Snp.984; Mnd.370 Mnd.467; Ja.vi.520; Dpvs.17, Dpvs.100; Pgdp.26, Pgdp.31
bahu˚ very terrible AN.iii.52; stricken with terror…

bheraṇḍaka →

pts

jackal Ja.v.270; the nom. probably formed after the acc. in phrase bheraṇḍakaṃ nadati to cry after the fashion of, or like a jackal…

bheri →

pts

…to proclaim by beat of drum Ja.v.41; Ja.vi.10.

  • -caraṇa the carrying round of the drum (in proclamations), in compounds…

bhesajja →

pts

…Snp-a.446; Sdhp.393-bhesajjaṃ karoti to treat with a medicine Dhp-a.i.25 mūla-bhesajjāni the principal medicines Mil.43; pañca bhesajjāni…

bhesma →

pts

…explains by bhayānaka); Ja.v.266; Ja.vi.133 (variant reading bhasma).

cp. Vedic bhīṣma of which the regular P. form is…

bheṇḍu →

pts

…Ja.i.386 (see [˚maya ball-shaped](/define/˚maya ball-shaped)); Ja.iii.184 (variant reading geṇḍu).

with…

bheṇḍuka →

pts

…playing Ja.iv.30, Ja.iv.256; Ja.v.196; Ja.vi.471; Dhs-a.116 See also geṇḍuka.

in all probability misreading for…

bhidura →

pts

adjective fragile, perishable, transitory Thig.35 (= bhijjana-sabhāva Thag-a.43).

fr. bhid

bhijjana →

pts

…destruction Ja.i.392; Ja.v.284; Ja.vi.11; Dhp-a.i.257 (kaṇṇā bhijjan’ ākāra-pattā); Thag-a.43 (bhijjana-sabhāva of perishable…

bhijjati →

pts

…abhejja & abhedi, and *abhijjanto for abhijjamāna, intrs.?). imper. bhijjatu Thag.312
■ praet. 2nd pl. bhijjittha Ja.i.468 aor….

bhikkhaka →

pts

beggar, mendicant SN.i.182 (bh. brāhmaṇa) Ja.vi.59 (variant reading BB. ˚uka); Vb-a.327.

fr. bhikkhu, Cp. Epic Sk. bhikṣuka & f. bhikṣukī

bhikkhu →

pts

…viz kalyāṇa[-ka-]puthujjana (a layman of good character and sekkha (one in training), for which latter the term…

bhikkhā →

pts

…Ja.ii.149, Ja.ii.367; Ja.v.193; Ja.vi.487; Cp.i.3#3 (adj.); Vism.415 (˚pīḷita), Vism.512 (f. in simile); Kp-a.218; Dhp-a.i.169…

bhindati →

pts

…under abhida) abbhidā Ja.i.247; Ja.ii.163, Ja.ii.164
fut bhecchati (Sk bhetsyati) AN.i.8
ger bhetvā (Sk….

bhindivāla →

pts

sort of spear Ja.vi.105, Ja.vi.248 Abhp.394.

Non-Aryan; Epic Sk. bhindipāla spear, but cp Prk bhiṇḍi-māla & ˚vāla, Pischel, Prk. Gr. §…

bhinna →

pts

…(i.e. breaking) a counsel Ja.vi.437.

  • -sira with a broken head Ja.iv.251.
  • -sīmā (f.) one who has…

bhisa →

pts

…SN.ii.268; Ja.i.100 Ja.iv.308.

  • -puppha the lotus flower Snp.2 (= paduma-puppha Snp-a.16). *…

bhisakka →

pts

…DN-a.i.67, DN-a.i.255.

cp. Vedic bhiṣaj physician, P. bhesajja medicine & see Geiger,

Pali Grammar

§ 63#1

bhitti →

pts

…SN.iv.183 SN.v.218; Ja.i.491; Vism.354 = Vb-a.58 (in comparison) Thag-a.258; Vv-a.42, Vv-a.160, Vv-a.271, Vv-a.302; Pv-a.24.

*…

bhittika →

pts

adjective having a wall or walls Ja.iv.318 (naḷa ˚ā paṇṇasālā); Ja.vi.10 (catu˚ with 4 walls).

fr. bhitti

bhiyyo →

pts

…Dhp.313 (bh. rajan ākirate), Dhp.349 (bh. taṇhā pavaḍḍhati). 2. (adv.) in a higher degree, more, repeatedly, further SN.i.108…

bhiyyoso →

pts

…by “bhiyyoso-mattāya uddhumāyana-bhāvo daṭṭhabbo”); Ja.i.61; Pv-a.50.

abl. formation fr. bhiyyo 1

bhiṃsa →

pts

…Ja.iii.242, Ja.iii.339; Ja.iv.271, Ja.iv.494. Bhimsana & ka;

= Vedic bhīṣma, of which there are 4 P. forms, viz. the metathetic…

bhiṃsaka →

pts

…(˚sabhāva = bhīmarūpa); Ja.v.43 2. bhiṃsana Pv.iv.3#5 (+ lomahaṃsa).

the form with -ka is the canonic form,…

bhiṃsana →

pts

…(˚sabhāva = bhīmarūpa); Ja.v.43 2. bhiṃsana Pv.iv.3#5 (+ lomahaṃsa).

the form with -ka is the canonic form,…

bhiṅka →

pts

…vuccati taruṇā bhinka-cchāpa-maṇḍalaṃ, T. ˚cchāca˚, vv.ll. bhiñjaka-cchāca; taruṇa-bhiga-cchāpa;…

bhiṅkāra →

pts

…reading ˚kāra); Cp.i.3#5; Ja.i.85 Ja.i.93; Ja.ii.371; Ja.iii.10 (suvaṇṇa˚); Dpvs.xi.32; Pv-a.75 Kp-a.175 (suvaṇṇa˚; variant reading…

bho →

pts

…brahman Snp.620; Dhp.396; Ja.vi.211 Ja.vi.214; Dhp-a.iv.158.

voc. of bhavant, cp. Sk. bhoḥ which is the shortened voc. bhagoḥ of Vedic…

bhobhukka →

pts

…sound, barker, i.e. dog Ja.vi.345 (= bhunkaraṇa C.).

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

bhoga →

pts

bhuñj: see bhuñjati

Bhoga2

the coil of a snake Ja.iii.58. See also nib˚.

fr. bhuj to bend, cp….

bhogavant →

pts

adjective one who has possessions or supplies, wealthy Ja.v.399; Mhvs.10, Mhvs.20; Sdhp.511.

fr. bhoga

bhogga →

pts

…i.e. an ascetic Ja.iv.160; Ja.v.75; Ja.vi.225. 2. (identical with bhogika & bhogiya & similar in meaning to bhojarājā) royal, of royal power,…

bhogin →

pts

…of a snake Ja.iii.57; Ja.vi.317.

fr. bhuj, see bhuja3

bhoja →

pts

…horse, a thoroughbred Ja.i.178, Ja.i.179; bhojaputta son of a villager Ja.v.165; bhojarājā head of a village…

bhojaka →

pts

…Gliederung* 104 sq.) Ja.i.199, Ja.i.354, Ja.i.483; Ja.ii.135 (= gāmapati, gāmajeṭṭhaka); Ja.v.413; Dhp-a.i.69. Cp….

bhojan →

pts

is ppr. of bhojeti, feeding Ja.vi.207.

bhojana →

pts

…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,…

bhojanaka →

pts

Err:509

bhojaneyya →

pts

Bhojaniya, Bhojanīya, Bhojaneyya

what may be eaten, eatable food; fit or proper to eat
bhojaniya: food Vin.iv.92…

bhojaniya →

pts

Bhojaniya, Bhojanīya, Bhojaneyya

what may be eaten, eatable food; fit or proper to eat
bhojaniya: food Vin.iv.92…

bhojanīya →

pts

Bhojaniya, Bhojanīya, Bhojaneyya

what may be eaten, eatable food; fit or proper to eat
bhojaniya: food Vin.iv.92…

bhojeti →

pts

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

Caus. of bhuñjati

bhojin →

pts

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

fr. bhuj

bhojja →

pts

…to be eaten, eatable; khajja˚; what can be chewed & eaten DN-a.i.85. -yāgu “eatable rice-gruel,” i.e. soft gruel, prepared in a…

bhojjha →

pts

good horse, a Sindh horse Ja.i.180.

bhokkhaṃ →

pts

is fut. of bhuñjati (q.v.).

bhottabba →

pts

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

bhottuṃ →

pts

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

bhuja →

pts

…Snp.682 (pl. bhujāni); Ja.v.91, Ja.v.309; Ja.vi.64 Bv.i.36; Vv.64#18.

cp. Epic & Class. Sk. bhuja m. & bhujā; bhuj, bhujate to bend, lit….

bhujaka →

pts

bhuj, as in bhuñjati2; or does it belong to bhuja3 and equal to bhuja-laṭṭhi?

bhujissa →

pts

…(with exegesis). Cp. bhoja & bhojaka.

  • -bhāva state of being freed fr. slavery, freedom Thag-a.200.

cp. BSk….

bhukka →

pts

…the root bhukk (bukk) is given by Hemacandra 4, 98 in meaning “garjati (see P. gajjati), cp. also Prk. bukkaṇa crow

bhumma →

pts

…on earth, earthly (of gods) Ja.iii.87. -deva a terrestrial deva or fairy AN.iv.118; Pts.ii.149; Vb-a.12; Dhp-a.i.156;…

bhusa →

pts

…Ja.iii.441; Ja.iv.11; Ja.v.203 (bhusa-dassaneyya), Ja.vi.192; Vv.6#9; Pv.3#38; Pv.iv.7#7; Mil.346; Snp-a.107 (“verbum…

bhuseti →

pts

…strong, to cause to grow (?) Ja.v.218 (C. explains by “bhusaṃ karoti, vaḍḍheti” p. 224).

Denom. fr. bhusa2 = *bhṛśayati;…

bhusita →

pts

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

pp. of bhusati

bhutta →

pts

…(sace bhutto bhaveyy’ âhaṃ); also in phrase bhutta-pātar-āsa after having eaten breakfast Ja.ii.273; Dhp-a.iv.226.

  • -āvasesa

bhuttar →

pts

bhuj, cp. Sk. bhoktṛ already Vedic &…

bhuttavant →

pts

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

bhutta + vant

bhuttāvin →

pts

…(+ onīta-pattapāṇiṃ) Ja.v.170; nom. pl. bhuttāvī Vin.iv.81, & bhuttāvino SN.iv.289.

bhutta + suffix ˚āvin,…

bhuñjaka →

pts

…or statement of eating Vb-a.164.

fr. bhuñjati1

bhuñjana →

pts

…meal-time Dhp-a.i.346.

fr….

bhuñjati →

pts

…Snp.421;
ppr bhuñjanto Ja.iii.277: bhuñjamāna Thag.12; Snp.240.
fut 1st sg….

bhuṅkaraṇa →

pts

…+ kṛ; see…

bhā →

pts

…doubtful passage Ja.v.317, Ja.v.318, where T. reads “vara taṃ bhañ ñam icchasi,” & C. explains.: “bhā ti ratanass’ etaṃ…

bhāga →

pts

…in 1,000 kahāpaṇas Ja.i.273; Ja.v.457; Ja.vi.178; Mil.10; Dhp-a.i.253. 3. division of space, quarter, side, place, region: disā˚;…

bhāgin →

pts

…(āyussa vaṇṇassa etc.); Ja.i.87 (rasānaṃ) Mil.18 (sāmaññassa); Vism.150 (lābhassa); Dhp-a.ii.90 Vb-a.418 sq. (paññā as…

bhāgineyya →

pts

sister’s son, nephew Snp.695; Ja.i.207; Ja.ii.237; Dhp-a.i.14; Pv-a.215.

fr. bhaginī, Cp. Epic Sk. bhāgineya

bhāgya →

pts

good luck, fortune Ja.v.484.

cp. Epic & Class. Sk. bhāgya; fr. bhaga, see also contracted form bhagga2

bhājaka →

pts

…(cīvara˚); AN.iii.275 (cīvara˚, phala˚, khajjaka˚).

fr. bhajeti

bhājana →

pts

…Snp.577 (pl. mattika-bhājanā); Ja.ii.272 (bhikkhā˚); Ja.iii.366 (id.), Ja.iii.471; Ja.v.293 (bhatta˚); Mil.107; Vv-a.40, Vv-a.292…

bhājeti →

pts

…Vin.i.285
pp bhājita.

Caus. of bhajati, but to be taken as root by itself; cp. Dhtm.777 bhāja =…

bhānu →

pts

adjective light, bright red Ja.iii.62 (of the kaṇavera flower); Vv-a.175 (˚raṃsi).

cp. Vedic bhānu (m.) shine, light, ray; Epic Sk. also…

bhānumant →

pts

…(= ādicca Vv-a.304); Ja.i.183 acc. bhānumaṃ Snp.1016
■ The spelling is sometimes bhāṇumā.

fr. bhānu, ray of light Vedic…

bhāra →

pts

…task, affair Vism.375; Ja.i.292; Ja.ii.399; Ja.iv.427; Ja.vi.413; Dhp-a.i.6, Dhp-a.i.111. Several bhārā or great tasks are mentioned…

bhāraka →

pts

(-˚) a load, only in cpd. gadrabha˚; a donkey-load (of goods) Ja.ii.109; Dhp-a.i.123.

fr. bhāra

bhārika →

pts

adjective

  1. loaded, heavy Ja.v.84, Ja.v.477; Mil.261.
  2. full of, loaded down with (-˚) Vv-a.314 (sineha˚ hadaya).
  3. grievous, serious,…

bhārin →

pts

…(of flowers Ja.iv.60, Ja.iv.82; Ja.v.45; where it interchanges with ˚dhārin (e.g. Vv.32#3; variant reading at Pv-a.211; cp. BSk….

bhāriya →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.186. 2. bhāriyā (= bhārikā, f. of bhāraka) carrying, fetching, bringing Ja.vi.563 (phala˚).

fr. bhāra Vedic bhārya to be…

bhāsati →

pts

…ppr. bhāsamāne AN.ii.51; Ja.v.509; Snp.426; Dhp.19; Ja.iv.281 (perhaps better with variant reading as hasamāna); Ja.v.63; & bhāsanto Snp.543…

bhāsita →

pts

…Snp.252, Snp.451, Snp.657; Ja.iv.247, Ja.iv.281 (su˚, well spoken or good words); Pv.ii.6#20 (su˚); Pv-a.83 (dub˚).

pp. of…

bhāsā →

pts

…esp. vernacular, dialect Ja.iv.279 (manussa˚ human speech), Ja.iv.392 (caṇḍāla˚); Kp-a.101 (saka-saka˚-anurūpa); Snp-a.397…

bhātar →

pts

…acc. bhātaraṃ Snp.125; Ja.i.307; loc. bhātari Ja.iii.56
■ nom. pl. bhātaro Ja.i.307, & bhātuno Thig.408; acc. bhāte

bhāti →

pts

…appear DN.ii.205; Vv.35#2; Ja.ii.313
pp bhāta: see *vi*˚.

bhā Dhtp.367, Dhtm.594: dittiyaṃ; Idg….

bhātika →

pts

…Ja.i.253 (jeṭṭhaka˚); Ja.vi.32; Dhp-a.i.14 (˚thera my Thera-brother or br- thera), Dhp-a.i.101, Dhp-a.i.245;…

bhātiya →

pts

…Ja.i.253 (jeṭṭhaka˚); Ja.vi.32; Dhp-a.i.14 (˚thera my Thera-brother or br- thera), Dhp-a.i.101, Dhp-a.i.245;…

bhātuka →

pts

…husband’s brother Ja.vi.152 putta˚; son & brother Dhp-a.i.314; sa˚; with the brother Thag-a.71 (Tha-ap.36).

= bhātika, fr. Sk….

bhāva →

pts

… 2. in Jātaka passages Ja.v.237; Ja.vi.293 (bhāvaṃ karoti, with loc., to love)- abhāva (late, only in C. style) not…

bhāvanā →

pts

…Ja.i.196 (mettā˚); Ja.iii.45 (id.); Mnd.143 (saññā˚); Ne.91 (samatha-vipassanaṃ); Vb.12 Vb.16 sq., Vb.199, Vb.325; Vism.130…

bhāvanīya →

pts

adjective “being as ought to be, to be cultivated, to be respected, in a self-composed state (cp. bhāvitatta) MN.i.33 (garu + ; explained by Bdhgh as “addhā ’yam āyasmā jānaṃ jānāti passaṃ passatī t …

bhāveti →

pts

…Ja.i.264 (mettaṃ), Ja.i.415, Ja.ii.22 Cnd. s.v. kāmaguṇā (p. 121) (where grd. in sequence “sevitabba, bhajitabba, bhāvetabba,…

bhāvin →

pts

…to come to pass, inevitable Ja.i.19
■ f. bhāvinī future Vv-a.314 (or is it bhāvanīya? cp. variant reading S bhāvaniyā).

fr. bhāva,…

bhāvitatta →

pts

…Cnd.475 B (indriyāni bh.); Ja.ii.112 (˚bhāvanāya when the training of thought is perfect) Vism.185 (˚bhāvana, adj. one of well-trained…

bhāyati →

pts

…Ja.iii.99, Ja.iii.210
pp bhīta.

cp. Sk. bhayate, bhī, pres. redupl. bibheti; Idg. *bhei,…

bhāṇaka →

pts

…uttering sweet words Ja.vi.422.

fr. bhaṇati

Bhāṇaka2

a jar Vin.ii.170 (loha˚), Vin.iii.90.

cp. Sk. bhāṇḍaka a…

bhāṇin →

pts

…speaking for an excessively long time, talking in excess Ja.iv.247, Ja.iv.248.

fr. bhaṇati

bhīma →

pts

…of terrifying appearance Thig.353.

  • -sena having a terrifying army Ja.iv.26; Ja.vi.201. Also Np. of one of the 5…

bhīmala →

pts

adjective terrifying, horrible, awful Ja.v.43 (T. bhīmūla, but read bhīmala; C. explains by bhiṃsanaka-mahāsadda).

fr. bhīma

bhīsana →

pts

…(q.v.) Pv.iv.3#5 (variant reading in Pv-a.251), explained by bhayajanana Pv-a.251, where C. reading also bhīsana.

bhīta →

pts

…terrified, afraid Dhp.310; Ja.i.168 (niraya-bhaya˚); Ja.ii.110 (maraṇa-bhaya˚), Ja.ii.129, Ja.iv.141 (+ tasita); Pv-a.154, Pv-a.280…

bhū →

pts

…being (a breathing being) Ja.v.79 (= pāṇa-bhūta C.).

fr. bhū

Bhū2

feminine the earth; loc….

bhūja →

pts

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

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

bhūkuṭi →

pts

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

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

bhūmaka →

pts

…a palace with 5 stories Ja.i.58, Ja.i.89; satta˚; with 7 stories (pāsāda) Dhp-a.ii.1, Dhp-a.ii.260. The form -ika at Dhp-a.i.182…

bhūmi →

pts

…bhūmi is; bhumyā, e.g. Ja.i.507; Ja.v.84. Another form of bhūmi at end of compounds is bhūma (q.v.).

*…

bhūmika →

pts

…a palace with 5 stories Ja.i.58, Ja.i.89; satta˚; with 7 stories (pāsāda) Dhp-a.ii.1, Dhp-a.ii.260. The form -ika at Dhp-a.i.182…

bhūnaha →

pts

…of the archaic word); Ja.v.266 (pl. bhūnahuno, explained by C 272 as “isīnaṃ ativattāro attano vaḍḍhiyā hatattā bh.”). Cp….

bhūri →

pts

Bhūri1

feminine the earth; given as name for the earth (paṭhavi) at Pts.ii.197; see also def. at Dhs-a.147. Besides these only in 2 doubtful compounds, both resting on demonology, viz. *b …

bhūrī →

pts

…as widespread as the earth; Dhs.16; Dhp-a.iii.421; same expln at Dhs-a.148) Ja.vi.415.

is it original? Cp. BSk. bhūri in same sense…

bhūsana →

pts

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

fr. bhūṣ

bhūseti →

pts

…Pv.ii.12#7; Pv.iii.3#5; Ja.vi.53. Cp. vi˚.

Caus. of bhūṣ, to be busy; in meaning “to adorn” etc. Explained at Dhtp. 315, 623 by…

bhūta →

pts

…See compounds ˚vijja, ˚vejja. 5. (-˚) pp. in predicative use (cp. on this meaning Bdhgh’s meaning No. 5, above):

  1. what has…

bhūtanaka →

pts

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

cp. *Sk. bhūtṛna

bidala →

pts

…in -sūpa haricot soup Ja.iv.352. 2. a split bamboo cane, in -mañcaka a bedstead made of laths of split bamboo, the use of which is given…

bila →

pts

…Thag.189 Mnd.362; Ja.i.480; Ja.ii.53; Ja.vi.574 (= guhā C.); Mil.151 Sdhp.23
kaṇṇa˚; orifice of the ear Vism.195; vammīka˚;…

bilaṅga →

pts

…AN.i.145; AN.iv.392; Ja.i.228; Ja.iii.299; Snp-a.94; Dhp-a.iii.10 (variant reading pilanka-˚akaṃ); Dhp-a.iv.77; Vv-a.222, Vv-a.298…

bilaṅgika →

pts

adjective living on sour gruel; Name of a class of brāhmaṇas at Rājagaha SN.i.164.

bimba →

pts

…(lit. net of b. fruits) Ja.i.39 Ja.vi.497 (cp. p. 498 ratt’ ankura-rukkhaṃ probably with variant reading to be read ratta-kuravaka˚, see…

bimbi →

pts

…Ja.i.39; Ja.v.155. At Ja.vi.497, Ja.vi.498 the form is bimbajāla. The C. expln gives ratta-kuravaka as a synonym.

= Sk….

bindu →

pts

…sarena samannāgata C.); Ja.v.204, Ja.v.299 (= sampiṇḍita-ghana-ssara), Ja.vi.518 = Ja.vi.581 (= piṇḍita-ssara C.).

cp. Vedic bindu…

biḷāla →

pts

…cat Ja.i.110; Ja.ii.244; Ja.vi.593. pakkha a flying fox Ja.vi.538.

see…

biḷālī →

pts

…latātanta on kalamba), Ja.iv.371 (= ˚kanda com. p. 373); Ja.vi.578. Cp. takkaḷa.

f. of biḷāla = biḷāra, cp….

biḷāra →

pts

…(as representing deceit), Ja.i.480; Ja.v.406, Ja.v.416, Ja.v.418; Mil.118; Dhp-a.ii.152; Pp-a 225. On biḷāra in similes cp J.P.T.S. 1907,…

biḷārikā →

pts

she-cat Ja.iii.265.

cp. Sk. biḍālikā

bodha →

pts

…in phrase bodhāya maggo Ja.i.67; Mil.244, Mil.289; and in bodha-pakkhiyadhammā (for which usually bodhi˚) Snp-a.164 (where given as 37);…

bodhana →

pts

  1. knowing Mil.168 (cp. SN.v.83).
  2. (adj.) enlightening, teaching Bv.26, Bv.22 (pacchima-jana˚).

fr. bodheti

bodhaneyya →

pts

…the (Buddha’s) relations (or fellowmen) who are able to be enlightened Ja.i.345 = Dhp-a.i.367; Ja.v.335.

fr. bodheti, see…

bodheti →

pts

…& bodhetuṃ Ja.iv.393. grd bodhabba DN.ii.246; AN.iv.136. 2. to make aware (of), to make known Ja.vi.412; Snp-a.444.

Caus. of…

bodhi →

pts

…for the attainment of bodhi Ja.i.1; Ja.vi.595; Mbvs.12.

fr. budh, cp. Vedic bodhin-manas having an attentive mind; RV v.75, 5; viii.82,…

bojjhaṅga →

pts

…gutta-dvāratā, bhojane mattaññutā jāgariy’ ânuyoga, sati-sampajaññaṃ (see e.g. Mnd.14 Cnd. s.v. satipaṭṭhāna & sīla);…

bondi →

pts

body Pv.iv.3#32; Ja.i.503; Ja.ii.160; Ja.iii.117; Pv-a.254.

etym. doubtful, one proposed by Morris, J.P.T.S. 1889, 207 derives it fr. *bandh =…

brahant →

pts

…Ja.iii.117 (= dīgha C.); Ja.iv.111 (su˚); Ja.iv.64#2; Pv.iv.3#10 (of a huge tree), acc sg. brahantaṃ AN.iii.346; Vv-a.182; nom. pl. also…

brahma →

pts

…MN.ii.148. Cp. dhammaja. -jacca belonging to a brahman family Thag.689. -jāla divine, excellent net…

brahmacariya →

pts

…Dhp.312; Ja.iii.396; Ja.iv.52; Pv.ii.9#13; Dhp-a.iv.42 (vasuttamaṃ); Vb-a.504
■ brahmacariyaṃ vussati to live…

brahmattara →

pts

at Ja.iii.207 (of a castle) is probably to be read brahmuttara “even higher than Brahmā,” i.e. unsurpassed, magnificent. C. explains by…

brahmañña →

pts

…life DN.i.166; Vin.iii.44; Ja.iv.362 (= brāhmaṇa dhamma C.); brahmañña (nt.) DN.ii.248; brahmaññā (f.)…

brahmā →

pts

…MN.ii.148. Cp. dhammaja. -jacca belonging to a brahman family Thag.689. -jāla divine, excellent net…

brāhmaṇa →

pts

…Iti.98, Iti.101; Ja.iii.194; Ja.iv.9; Ja.vi.521 sq.; Vb.393 sq. For br. with the meaning “arahant” see also: Vin.i.3; Vin.ii.156 (br….

brūheti →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.429); Ud.72; Ja.i.289; Mil.313 (saddena sotaṃ br.); Pv-a.168 (vaḍḍheti + , for ābhāveti)
■ Cp anu˚, pari˚.

cp….

brūti →

pts

…abruvi); Pv-a.264; abruvi Ja.iii.62, and bravi Ja.v.204; 3rd sg. med. bravittha Vv.53#10 (= kathesi Vv-a.240); 1st sg….

bubbula →

pts

…SN.iii.141; AN.iv.137; Ja.v.216; Mil.117 Vism.109; Dhp-a.iii.209; Vb-a.33 (as unsubstantial to which vedanā are likened). In other…

bubbuḷa →

pts

…SN.iii.141; AN.iv.137; Ja.v.216; Mil.117 Vism.109; Dhp-a.iii.209; Vb-a.33 (as unsubstantial to which vedanā are likened). In other…

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

…character of a Buddha Ja.i.27; Ja.ii.147 Bv.ii.177; Mbhv.80; Kp-a.121 (cp. App.). -cakkhu the eye of a Buddha, i.e. an…

buddhatta →

pts

…(attainment of) Buddhahood Ja.iii.363 (sabbadhammānaṃ b.); Vism.209 (buddhattā Buddho) Mhbv.12. Cp. buddhatā and abhisambuddhatta.

abstr….

buddhi →

pts

…sīla suta b cāga etc.); Ja.iii.369; Ja.v.257; Mil.349; Sdhp.263. The ref. Vism.439 should be read vuddhi for b˚.

*…

buddhimant →

pts

…-jātika).

fr….

bujjhati →

pts

…Thag.146; Ja.iii.331; Ja.iv.49 Ja.iv.425; Mil.165, Mil.348 (pot. bujjheyya); Dpvs.i.14 (with gen.) Kp-a.219 (so attho sukhaṃ b.).
■…

buḍḍha →

pts

aged, old DN.ii.162; Ja.i.164 (˚pabbajita one who has become an ascetic in his old age). Compar. buḍḍhatara

byaggha →

pts

tiger Ja.ii.110; Sdhp.388. f. byagghinī Mil.67.

cp. Sk. vyāghra

byamha →

pts

celestial mansion, a Vimāna Vv.52#3. As vyamha at Ja.iv.464.

cp. vyamha

byañjana →

pts

…Mil.345; Ne.23. As vyañjana is the more usual (classical) form, other refs. will be found under vyañjana.

cp. Sk….

byāma →

pts

…full length, only in phrase -ppabhā a halo extending for a fathom around the Buddha Ja.i.12, Ja.i.90; Bv.i.45; Mil.75; Vv-a.213.

cp….

byāpanna →

pts

malevolent Sdhp.70; otherwise vy˚; e.g. SN.ii.168 (˚citta).

fr. vyāpajjati

byāvaṭa →

pts

…(rūpakāya byāvaṭa jana; variant reading byāgata).

the meaning (wrongly given as “adorned”) is to be deleted. The reading at…

byūha →

pts

…of troops are mentioned at Ja.ii.404 & Ja.ii.406, viz. paduma-vyūha (lotus formation), cakka˚ (wheel formn), sakaṭa˚ (cart…

bādha →

pts

lit. pressing (together), oppression, hindrance, annoyance Ja.vi.224. Cp. sam˚.

fr. bādh

bādhana →

pts

  1. snaring, catching (of animals etc.) SN.v.148; Ja.i.211.
  2. hindrance DN-a.i.132.
  3. affliction, injury, hurting Vism.495; Pv-a.116.

fr. bādh

bādhati →

pts

…harm DN.ii.19; Ja.i.211; Ja.iv.124; Vism.400; Dhp-a.i.24. grd. bādhitabba Thag-a.65; Pass. bādhiyati to be afflicted, to become sore, to…

bādheti →

pts

…bādhayiṃsu); Ja.iv.342; Ja.v.295, Ja.v.445 (pot. bādhaye bādheyya C. on p. 447; vv.ll. baddh˚, bandh˚). grd bādhetabba SN.iv.298.

Caus….

bāhika →

pts

adjective foreign in ˚raṭṭha-vāsin living in a foreign country Ja.iii.432 (or is it N.? Cp. Ja vii. p. 94).

= bāhiya

bāhira →

pts

…to gift of the person Ja.iv.401 Ja.vi.486; Dāvs iii.33.

  • -pabbajjā the ascetic life outside the community of the…

bāhiraka →

pts

-tapa = foll. Ja.i.390.

  • -pabbajjā the ascetic life as led by disciples of other teachers than the Buddha,…

bāhirima →

pts

…external, outside Vin.iii.149 (b. māna external measure; opp. abbhantarima); Ja.v.38 (opp. abbhantarima).

fr. bāhira, compar
■…

bāhiya →

pts

adjective foreign Ja.i.421; Ja.iii.432.

fr. bahi, cp. bāhira and Vedic bāhya

bāhu →

pts

the arm Ja.iii.271 (bāhumā bāhuṃ pīḷentā shoulder to shoulder); Vism.192. -ṃ pasāreti to stretch out the arm (cp. bāhaṃ) Pv-a.112…

bāhujañña →

pts

…expression occurs only in stock phrase iddha phīta vitthārika bāhujañña.

fr. bahu + jana, cp. sāmañña fr. samaṇa

bāhulla →

pts

…AN.iv.87; Pts.i.197; Ja.i.81. 2. luxurious living, swaggering, puffed up frame of mind Vin.i.9, Vin.i.59, Vin.i.209; Vin.ii.197;…

bāhullika →

pts

…Vin.ii.197; Vin.iii.250; MN.i.14; MN.iii.6; AN.i.71; AN.iii.108, AN.iii.179 sq.; Ja.i.68; Ja.iii.363. The reading is often…

bāhā →

pts

…Vin.ii.105; Ja.iii.62; Ja.v.215 (˚mudu). pacchā-bāhaṃ arm(s) behind (his back) DN.i.245 (gāḷhabandhanaṃ baddha). *bāhaṃ…

bāla →

pts

…Compar. bālatara Ja.iii.278, Ja.iii.279; Vv-a.326. 2. young, new; newly risen (of the sun): -ātāpa the morning sun DN-a.i.287;…

bālatā →

pts

foolishness Ja.i.101, Ja.i.223.

abstr. to bāla

bālisika →

pts

fisherman SN.ii.226; SN.iv.158; Ja.i.482; Ja.iii.52 (cp. Fick. Sociale Gliederung p. 194); Mil.364 Mil.412; Dhp-a.iii.397.

fr. balisa

bālya →

pts

…Ja.ii.220 (= bāla-bhāva); Ja.iii.278 (balya); Pv-a.40. Also used as adj. in compar. bālyatara more foolish, extremely foolish Vv.83#6 sq. =…

bāḷha →

pts

…too much, to satiety Ja.ii.293 Ja.vi.291 (i.e. too often, C. punappunaṃ); Mil.407; Pv-a.274. Comparative bāḷhataraṃ in a higher…

bāḷhika →

pts

adjective , only in su˚; having excess of good things, very prosperous Ja.v.214 (C. explains by suṭṭhu aḍḍha).

fr. bāḷha

bībhaccha →

pts

…is sometimes found, e.g. at Ja.i.61 Ja.iv.491; Ja.v.42.

cp. Epic Sk. bībhatsa, bībhatsate to feel disgust. Not a des. fr. bādhate: see Walde,…

bīja →

pts

…of seed SN.iii.54. -bīja one of the 5 groups of edible or useful plants, falling under bījagāma. It is explained at…

bījaka →

pts

scion, offspring Vin.iii.18
nīla˚; a waterplant Vin.iii.276 (C. on Vin.iii.177). Bijati & Bijani

fr. bīja

bījanī →

pts

Bījati & Bījanī

are by-forms of vījati & vījanī (q.v.).

bījati →

pts

Bījati & Bījanī

are by-forms of vījati & vījanī (q.v.).

bījin →

pts

…also KvuA in J.P.T.S. 1889, 137.

fr. bīja

bīraṇa →

pts

…grass, Andropogon muricatum SN.iii.137; (here represented as larger than the kusa babbaja grasses, smaller than a tree).

cp. Sk. vīraṇa &…

būḷha →

pts

array of troops Ja.i.387.

for vūḷha, cp. Sk. vyūḍha for the usual vyūha, q.v.

ca →

pts

…or “but”); Ja.iv.487; Ja.v.185, Ja.v.216 (Sakko ca me varaṃ dajjā so ca labbhetha me varo: “if S. will give me a wish, that wish will be…

caccara →

pts

…Vin.iii.151; Vin.iv.271; Mil.1 (+ catukkasinghāṭaka), Mil.330 (do.); Ja.i.425 (˚raccha).

Sk. catvara, cp. Trenckner, Notes, p. 56

caja →

pts

adjective giving up, to be given up; in compound duc˚ hard to give up AN.iii.50 Ja.v.8 cp. cāga.

cajati →

pts

…= Ja.i.203) Dhp.290; Ja.ii.205 Ja.iii.211; Ja.v.464; Ja.vi.570

pp catta, q.v
grd caja [Sk. tyajya]…

cakka →

pts

…DN.iii.59 sq., DN.iii.75; Ja.i.63 Ja.ii.311; DN-a.i.249. See also cakkavattin; -vaṭṭaka (nt. a scoop-wheel (a…

cakkavāka →

pts

…Ja.iv.70 sq. (Name of Ja No. 451); Pv.ii.12#3; Mil.364, Mil.401
■ f. cakkavākī Ja.iii.524; Ja.vi.189 = Ja.vi.501.

Vedic…

cakkavāḷa →

pts

…worlds or spheres Ja.i.53, Ja.i.203; Ja.vi.330; Vism.205 (its extent), Vism.207, Vism.367, Vism.421; Dhs-a.297; Dhp-a.ii.15; Dhp-a.iii.498; in…

cakkhu →

pts

…Ja.i.65 = Dhp-a.i.173; Ja.i.146; Ja.iv.189, Ja.iv.378, Ja.iv.403 (= cakkhūnaṃ etaṃ nāmaṃ C.) Vv-a.119;

  • -bhāta (+ ñāṇa˚)…

cakkhula →

pts

adjective in visama˚ squint-eyed. squinting Ja.i.353; Ja.vi.548.

= cakkhuka

cakora →

pts

the francolin partridge (Perdix rufa) Ja.v.416; Vv.35#8 Vv-a.163. See also cankora.

Sk. cakora to kol (kor), see note on gala

cala →

pts

…in constant motion, unsteady Ja.iv.494, Ja.iv.498 (= cañcala); Mil.92 (cp. Divy.180, Divy.281);

  • -kkaku having a quivering hump Ja.iii.380…

calana →

pts

adjective & neuter shaking, trembling, vibrating; excitement Ja.iii.188; Dhs-a.72
■ f. calanī (quick, + langhī a kind of antelope Ja.vi.537.

calati →

pts

…labour-pains began to stir Ja.i.52; Ja.vi.485. pp. calita (q.v.)
caus caleti to shake SN.i.109.

Dhtp.251 kampana, to shake. Perhaps connected…

camara →

pts

…ox (Bos grunniens) Ja.i.149; Ja.iii.18 Ja.iii.375; Ja.v.416; Mil.365
■ f. Ja.i.20; Sdhp.621
■ In compounds camari˚…

camasa →

pts

…sacred fire Ja.vi.528#24 = Ja.vi.529#4 (unite ca with masa, cp. Ja.vi.529#9 and n. 4: aggijuhana-kaṭacchu-sankhātimasañca [for camasañ ca]…

camma →

pts

…shield); MN.i.86; AN.iii.93; Ja.v.373 Ja.vi.580.

campaka →

pts

….384;…

campeyya →

pts

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

campeyyaka →

pts

adjective belonging to Campā Vin.v.114; Ja.vi.269 (here: a Champaka-like tree).

campā →

pts

Name of a town (Bhagulpore) & a river DN.i.111; DN-a.i.279; Ja.iv.454.

camu →

pts

an army Ja.ii.22; camūpati a general Mhvs.10, Mhvs.65; Mhvs.23, Mhvs.4; Dāvs i.3.

Both derivation and exact meaning uncertain. The Vedic camū is…

canda →

pts

…the full moon Ja.i.149, Ja.i.267; Ja.v.215; ˚mukha with a face like a full moon (of the Buddha) Dhp-a.iii.171. Canda is extremely…

candana →

pts

…sandal unguent Ja.iv.3.

  • -sāra choice sandal (wood or perfume) Vv.52#3, Ja.i.53, Ja.i.340.

Deriv. unknown. Possibly…

candanikā →

pts

…SN.v.361; MN.i.11, MN.i.73, MN.i.448; AN.i.161; Thag.567; Ja.v.15; Mil.220 Vism.264, Vism.343, Vism.359; Sdhp.132.

candimā →

pts

…AN.ii.130; AN.v.59; Vv.30; Ja.ii.213; Mil.191; Vism.153. Also in cpd. candimāpabhā the light of the moon (thus BB, whereas SS read at all…

capala →

pts

…Dhp.33; Pp.35; Ja.i.295; Ja.ii.360. At Ja.vi.548 it means one who lets the saliva flow out of his mouth (explained by paggharita-lāla…

capalatā →

pts

…with gedhikatā, meaning greed, desire (cp. capala at Ja.vi.548).

fr. last

cappeti →

pts

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

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

cara →

pts

…companion Snp.45; anattha˚ Ja.v.433 jala˚ Dāvs iv.38. See also cāreti & gocara
■ Instr; carasā (adv.) walking MN.i.449
■…

carahi →

pts

…Vin.ii.292; Snp.988; Ja.iii.312; Mil.25; DN-a.i.289.

Sk. tarhi; with change t → c due to analogy with ˚ci (˚cid) in combination with…

caraka →

pts

  1. = cara2 (a messenger) Ja.vi.369 (attha˚); adj. walking through: sabbalokaṃ˚ Ja.v.395.
  2. any animal SN.i.106; Pv-a.153 (vana˚).

carati →

pts

…carituṃ (caritu-kāma Ja.ii.103); -ger. caritvā (Ja.i.50) & caritvāna (Snp.816); -pp. ciṇṇa (q.v.)-Caus. cāreti (= Denom. of…

caraṇa →

pts

…the foot Vin.iv.212; Ja.v.431. 3. acting, behaviour, good conduct, freq. in combination with vijjā, e.g. AN.ii.163 AN.v.327; Dhp.144;…

carima →

pts

…pubba) Thag.202; Iti.18; Ja.v.120
acarima not later (apubba ac˚ simultaneously) DN.i.185; MN.iii.65; Pp.13.

*…

carita →

pts

…being like, behaving (-˚) Ja.vi.313; Mil.92 (rāgac˚ = ratta); Vism.105, Vism.114 (rāga˚, dosa˚, moha˚ etc.). 2. (nt.) action, behaviour,…

cariya →

pts

…unchā˚ begging Ja.ii.272 Ja.iii.37; bhikkhā˚ a life of begging Snp.700; nagga˚ nakedness Dhp.141
■ See also carati 2b. In…

carāpeti →

pts

to cause to move, to make go Ja.i.267 (bheriṃ c. to have the drum beaten); Pv-a.75 (do.); Dhp-a.i.398 (to circulate). As cārāpeti Ja.v.510…

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

cattārīsa →

pts

…Usually cattāḷīsa Ja.i.58; Ja.v.433; Dhp-a.i.41; Dhp-a.ii.9. 93.

  • -danta having 40 teeth (one of the…

catukka →

pts

…Morris, J.P.T.S. 1884, 79) Ja.i.326; Ja.ii.123; Dhp-a.iv.52. 3. a square (in a village) Mil.1, Mil.365; Ja.ii.194 Ja.v.459; Dhp-a.317.

*…

catur →

pts

…Snp.457; catusaṭṭhi (64) Ja.i.50; Ja.ii.193; Pv-a.74; caturāsīti (84) usually with vassa-sahassāni Ja.i.137 Ja.ii.311; Pv.iv.7#7;…

catura →

pts

clever, skilled, shrewd Ja.iii.266; Ja.vi.25
■ Der. f. abstr. caturatā cleverness Vb.351 (= cāturiya).

Deriv. uncertain. Perhaps from tvar

catuttha →

pts

…Snp.99, Snp.450; Ja.iii.55; Ja.vi.367; ˚ṃ (adv.) for the fourth time Dhp-a.iii.174
■ f. catutthī Snp.436; Vism.338
■ See also (s.v.

cavana →

pts

…decease DN.i.18, DN.i.19; DN.iii.31, DN.iii.33; MN.i.326; Iti.76; Ja.iv.484; Ja.vi.482 (˚dhammatā).

from cavati

cavati →

pts

…(sañsaranti c˚ upapajjanti, cp. DN-a.i.105); Kp.viii.4 (= Kp-a.220: apeti vigacchati acetano pi samāno puññakkhaya-vasena aññaṃ…

cañcala →

pts

…& fro, trembling, unsteady Ja.iv.498 (= calācala) Sdhp.317, Sdhp.598.

Intens. of cal = car, to move, with n instead of r in reduplication, cp….

caṅgavāra →

pts

…a bowl, cask MN.i.142; Ja.v.186 (in similes). As -ka Mil.365 (trsl. Mil.ii.278 by “straining cloth”). Cp. cañcu “a box”…

caṅgoṭaka →

pts

…a box Ja.i.65; Ja.iv.257; Ja.v.110, Ja.v.303; Ja.vi.369, Ja.vi.534; Dhp-a.ii.116; Dhp-a.iii.101; Vv-a.33 Vv-a.158; Mhvs.iv.106; Anvs p. 35…

caṅkama →

pts

…Vin.ii.220; DN.i.105; SN.i.212; AN.i.114; AN.i.183; AN.iii.29 AN.iv.87; Ja.i.17; Ja.ii.273; Ja.v.132 (cp….

caṅkamana →

pts

…a cloister walk (= cankama Vv-a.188. Usually ˚-
■ Vin.i.139 (˚sālā); Ja.iii.85 Ja.iv.329; Pv-a.79 (˚koṭi the far end of the…

caṅkamati →

pts

…Vin.ii.220; Vin.iv.18; SN.i.107, SN.i.212; Pv-a.105
caus cankamāpeti Ja.iii.9.

Intens. of kamati, to kram = Sk. cankramīti; cp. kamati

caṅkora →

pts

the Greek partridge Vv.35#8 (cp. Vv-a.163); Ja.vi.538.

cp. cakora

caṇḍa →

pts

…(sakagava˚); Ja.i.450; Ja.ii.210, Ja.ii.349 Vism.343, Vism.279 (˚sota, fierce current), (˚hatthi); Dhp-a.iv.9 (goṇa) Dhp-a.iv.104;…

caṇḍaka →

pts

adjective = caṇḍa; f. caṇḍikā Pv.ii.3#5, & caṇḍiyā Ja.iii.259 (= kodhaṇā).

caṇḍāla →

pts

…(brāhmaṇa˚); AN.iv.376; Ja.iv.303; Pv-a.175; Mil.200
■ f caṇḍālī AN.iii.226; Pv.iii.1#13; Dhp-a.ii.25. See also pukkusa.

Vedic…

ce →

pts

…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),…

cela →

pts

…DN.i.161, DN.i.165≈; Ja.v.75; Ja.vi.222.

  • -aṇḍaka (variant reading aṇḍuka) a loincloth MN.i.150; *…

celāvaka →

pts

kind of bird Ja.vi.538 (Com. celabaka; is it celā bakā?); Ja.v.416. See also celāpaka.

cp. Sk. chilla?

cetaka →

pts

decoy-bird (Com. dīpaka-tittira, exciting partridge) Ja.iii.357.

cetakedu →

pts

kind of bird Ja.vi.538. See also cela˚.

cetanaka →

pts

…or intention Ja.vi.304; usually in ; without a thought unintentional Ja.ii.375; Ja.vi.178; Vb.419.

see cetanā

cetasa →

pts

…perhaps the yellow Myrobalan Ja.v.420.

Cetasa2

adjective only in-˚: sucetasa of a good mind, good-hearted SN.i.4 = SN.i.29, SN.i.46…

cetasika →

pts

…DN.ii.306; AN.i.157; c. roga Ja.iii.337. c. kamma is sīla 8–⁠10 (see under cetanā) Ne.43
■ As n…

ceteti →

pts

…be afraid, never mind Ja.i.50, Ja.i.292, Ja.i.424; Ja.iii.289; Ja.vi.176 pl. mā cintayittha Ja.i.457; Ja.iv.414; Ja.vi.344; Vism.426;…

cetiya →

pts

…cairn, MN.i.20; Dhp.188; Ja.i.237; Ja.vi.173; Snp-a.194 (dhātu-gharaṃ katvā cetiyaṃ patiṭṭhāpesuṃ); Kp-a.221; Dhp-a.iii.29…

ceṭa →

pts

servant, a boy Ja.iii.478. See next.

cha →

pts

…Ja.v.42 (Nāgarājā), Ja.v.48 (kuñjara), cp. chaddanta
bīsati (= vīsati) twenty-six Dhp-a.iv.233 (devalokā). Chakana &…

chada →

pts

…phrase ghāsacchada Pp.51 (see ghāsa & cp. chāda)
■ a hedge Ja.vi.60
■ a wing Thig.108 (citra˚).

cp. chādeti…

chakala →

pts

he-goat Ja.vi.237; -ka ibid. & Vin.iii.166
■ f. chakalī Ja.vi.559.

cp. Sk. chagala, from chāga heifer

chakana →

pts

…Vin.i.202; Ja.iii.386 (ṇ); Ja.v.286; Ja.vi.392 (ṇ).

Vedic śakṛt & śakan; Gr. κόπρος; Sk. chagana is later, see Trenckner, Notes 62…

chakaṇa →

pts

…Vin.i.202; Ja.iii.386 (ṇ); Ja.v.286; Ja.vi.392 (ṇ).

Vedic śakṛt & śakan; Gr. κόπρος; Sk. chagana is later, see Trenckner, Notes 62…

chambhin →

pts

…Ja.iv.310 (variant reading jambhī, here with ref. to one who is bound (stiff with ropes (pāsasatehi chambhī) which is however taken by com. as…

chambhita →

pts

…viz. uttāsa SN.v.386; bhaya Ja.i.345 (where spelled chambhittaṃ); Ja.ii.336 (where wrongly explained by sarīracalanaṃ), freq. in phrase…

chamā →

pts

…Ja.iii.232; Ja.iv.285; Ja.vi.89, Ja.vi.528; Vv.41#4 (Vv-a.183; bhūmiyaṃ); Thig.17; Thig.112 (Thag-a.116: chamāyaṃ); Pv.iv.5#3…

chanda →

pts

…(= kusala˚ Vv-a.116); Ja.vi.72; Dhp-a.i.14 2. As vice: 3. kinds character of ch
■ With similar expressions: (kāya-ch….

chandaka →

pts

…coll. Vin.iv.250; Ja.i.422; Ja.ii.45, Ja.ii.85 (saṃharitvā variant reading BB; text sankaḍḍhitvā), Ja.ii.196, Ja.ii.248; Ja.iii.288…

channa →

pts

…MN.i.360; Ja.iii.315; Ja.v.307 Ja.vi.572; Pv.ii.12#15 (= yutta Pv-a.159).

pp. to chad (chand), chandayati, see…

chatta →

pts

…see kakudhabhaṇḍa Ja.vi.4, Ja.vi.223, Ja.vi.389; -ṃ ussāpeti to unfold the r canopy Pv-a.75; Dhp-a.i.161, Dhp-a.i.167. See also…

chattaka →

pts

…sun-shade,“ N. for a mushroom: toadstool DN.iii.87; Ja.ii.95; a mushroom, toadstool Ja.ii.95.

chava →

pts

…SN.i.66; MN.i.374; AN.ii.57; Ja.iv.263.

  • -aṭṭhika bones of a corpses, a skeleton C iii.15, 1 (?)
  • -ālāta a…

chavaka →

pts

  1. a corpse Ja.v.449.
  2. wretched Mil.156, Mil.200; (˚caṇḍāla, see expln at Ja.v.450).

chavi →

pts

…AN.iv.129; Snp.194; Ja.ii.92 Distinguished from camma, the hide (under-skin corium) SN.ii.238 (see camma); also in…

chaḍḍana →

pts

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

chaḍḍeti →

pts

…Ja.i.61, Ja.i.254, Ja.i.265, Ja.i.292 Ja.v.427; Pp.33; Dhp-a.i.95 (uṇhaṃ lohitaṃ ch. to kill oneself); Dhp-a.ii.101; Dhp-a.iii.171;…

chaḍḍita →

pts

…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…

chaḷ →

pts

…Ja.v.42 (Nāgarājā), Ja.v.48 (kuñjara), cp. chaddanta
bīsati (= vīsati) twenty-six Dhp-a.iv.233 (devalokā). Chakana &…

chaṇa →

pts

…Ja.i.489 (surā˚), Ja.i.499; Ja.ii.48 (mangala˚), Ja.ii.143, Ja.iii.287, Ja.iii.446, Ja.iii.538; Ja.iv.115 (surā˚); Ja.v.212;…

chaṭṭha →

pts

the sixth Snp.171, Snp.437; Dhp-a.iii.200: Snp-a.364. Also as chaṭṭhama Snp.101, Snp.103; Ja.iii.280.

cheda →

pts

aṇḍa˚; castration Ja.iv.364; - bhatta ˚ṃ karoti to put on short rations Ja.i.156. pada˚; separation of words…

chedaka →

pts

adjective cutting; in aṇḍa˚; one who castrates Ja.iv.366.

fr. cheda

chejja →

pts

  1. see chindati.
  2. one of the 7 notes in the gamut Vv-a.139.

cheka →

pts

…Ja.ii.161, Ja.ii.403, Ja.v.216, Ja.v.366 (˚pāpaka good & bad); Ja.vi.294 (id.); Mil.293.; DN-a.i.90; Vv-a.36, Vv-a.215; Dhp-a.i.178. 2….

chettar →

pts

cutter, destroyer Snp.343; Ja.vi.226.

Sk. chettṛ, n-agent to chindati

chidda →

pts

…SN.i.43; Ja.i.170 (eka˚), Ja.i.172, Ja.i.419, Ja.i.503; Ja.ii.244 Ja.ii.261; (kaṇṇa˚); Vism.171, Vism.172 (bhitti˚), Vism.174 (tāḷa˚)…

chiddatā →

pts

perforation, being perforated Ja.i.419.

chindati →

pts

…Ja.i.70, Ja.i.233
fut chindissati Dhp-a.ii.258
aor acchindi Vin.i.88 & chindi…

chinna →

pts

…food i.e. famished starved Ja.i.84; Ja.v.382; Dhp-a.iii.106 = Vv-a.76 -saṃsaya without doubt Snp.1112; Iti.96, Iti.97,…

chinnikā →

pts

deceitful, fraudulent, sly, only in combination w. dhuttā (dhuttikā) & only applied to women Vin.iii.128 Vin.iv.61; Ja.ii.114; Mil.122.

chuddha →

pts

…(spelled chuṭṭha); Ja.v.302.

Sk. kṣubdha (?) kṣubh, perhaps better ṣṭīv, pp. ṣṭyūta (see…

chupana →

pts

touching Vin.iii.121; Ja.vi.387.

chupati →

pts

… pp chupita.

Dhtp.480 =…

chupita →

pts

touched Vin.iii.37; Ja.vi.218.

pp. of chupati

churikā →

pts

…a dagger, kreese Thig.302; Ja.iii.370; Mil.339; cp. Mil trsln. ii.227; Thag-a.227; Dhp-a.iii.19.

Sk. kṣurikā to kṣura see…

chādana →

pts

…(vattha˚) Pv.i.10#7 (bhojana˚); Pv.ii.1#7 (vattha˚); Pv-a.50 (= vattha) Dhp-a.iv.7
■ As adj. Ja.vi.354 (of the thatch of a house).

to…

chādeti →

pts

…sound) to penetrate, to fill Ja.ii.253; Ja.vi.195

pp channa1 (q.v.).

Caus. of chad, Sk. chādayati

Chādeti2

  1. to seem…

chādi →

pts

shade Ja.iv.351.

chādeti1

chādiya →

pts

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

chāka →

pts

Chāpa & ˚ka

the young of an animal MN.i.384 (˚ka); SN.ii.269 (bhinka˚); Ja.i.460; Ja.ii.439 (sakuṇa˚) Mil.402
■ f. chāpī Ja.vi.192 (maṇḍūka˚).

Sk. śāva

chāpa →

pts

Chāpa & ˚ka

the young of an animal MN.i.384 (˚ka); SN.ii.269 (bhinka˚); Ja.i.460; Ja.ii.439 (sakuṇa˚) Mil.402
■ f. chāpī Ja.vi.192 (maṇḍūka˚).

Sk. śāva

chārikā →

pts

…AN.iv.103; Ja.iii.447; Ja.iv.88; Ja.v.144; Dhp-a.i.256 Dhp-a.ii.68; Vv-a.67; Pv-a.80 (chārikangāra).

Cp. kṣāyati to burn, kṣāra…

chāta →

pts

…insides Ja.i.345; Ja.ii.203; Ja.v.338 Ja.v.359; Dhp-a.i.125; Dhp-a.i.367 (chātak’); Dhp-a.iii.33, Dhp-a.iii.40.

chātaka →

pts

  1. adj. hungry Ja.i.245, Ja.i.266.
  2. (nt.) hunger, famine Ja.i.266; Ja.ii.124, Ja.ii.149, Ja.ii.367; Ja.vi.487; Dhp-a.i.170.

fr. prec.

chāyā →

pts

…etc
■ Yakkhas have none; Ja.v.34; Ja.vi.337. chāyā is frequent in similes: see J.P.T.S. 1907, 87.

Vedic chāyā, light & shade; *skei

cikkhalla →

pts

…Vin.iii.41; AN.iii.394; Ja.i.196; Mil.286, Mil.311, Mil.397; Pv-a.102, Pv-a.189, Pv-a.215
■ (adj.) Vin.ii.221; Vin.iv.312; Pv.iv.1#16;…

cintanaka →

pts

adjective thoughtful, considerate Ja.i.222.

cinteti →

pts

…be afraid, never mind Ja.i.50, Ja.i.292, Ja.i.424; Ja.iii.289; Ja.vi.176 pl. mā cintayittha Ja.i.457; Ja.iv.414; Ja.vi.344; Vism.426;…

cintin →

pts

…(ajjhatta˚; variant reading B. ˚saññin) Snp.388; Ja.iii.306 = Ja.iv.453 Ja.v.176 = Ja.v.478; Mil.92.

adj. to cintā

cintā →

pts

…Vv-a.32; Name of a science Ja.iii.504

  • -maya consisting of pure thought, metaphysical DN.iii.219; Ja.iv.270; Vb.324; Ne.8,…

cināti →

pts

…to construct, to build Ja.vi.204; Mil.81
Note cināti at Ja.ii.302 (to weave is to be corr. to vināti (see Kern,

Toevoegselen

s….

cipiṭa →

pts

…grain flattened after…

cira →

pts

…long time Snp.665, Snp.670; Ja.iv.371; and

  • -rattāya id. Ja.ii.340; Pv.i.9#4.

Vedic. cira, perhaps to *quei̯e to rest, cp. Lat. quiēs,…

cirassaṃ →

pts

…SN.i.142; Ja.ii.439; Ja.iii.315; Ja.iv.446 (read cirassa passāmi); Ja.v.328; Thag.868; Thag-a.217; Pv-a.60- na cirass’ eva shortly…

cirāyati →

pts

to be long, to tarry, to delay, Dhp-a.i.16; Vv-a.64, Vv-a.208; cp. ciraṃ karoti id. Ja.ii.443.

Sk. cirayati, v. denom. fr. cira

cirīṭa →

pts

parrot Ja.v.202 (in compound cirīti˚).

Sk. ciri, cp. kīra

citaka →

pts

…Cp.ii.10#14. Ja.i.255; Ja.v.488; Ja.vi.559, Ja.vi.576; DN-a.i.6; Dhp-a.i.69 Dhp-a.ii.240; Vv-a.234; Pv-a.39. 2. (adj.) inlaid:…

citakā →

pts

…Cp.ii.10#14. Ja.i.255; Ja.v.488; Ja.vi.559, Ja.vi.576; DN-a.i.6; Dhp-a.i.69 Dhp-a.ii.240; Vv-a.234; Pv-a.39. 2. (adj.) inlaid:…

citi →

pts

heap, made of bricks Ja.vi.204 (city-avayata-piṭṭhikā). See also cetiya.

From ci, cināti, to heap up

citraka →

pts

…coloured Ja.iv.464. 2. (m.)(b) the spotted antelope Ja.vi.538. 3. (nt. a (coloured) mark (on the forehead) Mil.408…

citta →

pts

…gardens [Sk. caitraratha] Ja.i.52, Ja.i.104; Ja.ii.188; Ja.vi.590, etc.; -vitāna a bright canopy Dhp-a.iv.14;…

cittaka FIXME double →

pts

…coloured Ja.iv.464. 2. (m.)(b) the spotted antelope Ja.vi.538. 3. (nt. a (coloured) mark (on the forehead) Mil.408…

ciñcā →

pts

the tamarind tree Ja.v.38 (˚vana); Snp-a.78. Citi-citi

Sk. ciñcā & tintiḍikā

ciṇṇa →

pts

…done, performed, practised Ja.iii.541; Mil.360-su˚ well performed, accomplished SN.i.42 = SN.i.214 = Snp.181; Pv.iii.5#6
■ Cp. ā˚, pari˚,…

coca →

pts

…or banana, or cinnamon Ja.v.420 (˚vana); -pāna a sweet drink of banana or cocoa-nut milk Vin.i.246.

Both derivation & meaning…

codanā →

pts

…Vin V.158, 159; Vism.276
■ As ttg in codan’ atthe nipāto an exhortative particle Ja.vi.211 (for ingha); Vv-a.237 (id.); Pv-a.88…

codeti →

pts

…to demand payment of a debt (Ja.vi.69 iṇaṃ codetvā Ja.vi.245; Snp.120 iṇaṃ cujjamāna being pressed to pay up Pv-a.3 iṇayikehi…

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.

cokkha →

pts

adjective clean Ja.iii.21; -bhāva cleanliness MN.i.39 (= visuddhibhāva; to be read for T mokkha˚? See Trenckner’s note on p. 530).

Cp. Sk….

cola →

pts

…of cloth, a rag SN.i.34; Ja.iv.380; Mil.169; Pv-a.73; Sdhp.396. -bhisi a mat spread with a piece of cloth (as a seat)…

cora →

pts

…(˚rājā, the robber king); Ja.ii.104; Ja.iii.84; Mil.20; Vism.180 (sah’ oḍḍha c.), Vism.314 (in simile), Vism.489 (rāja-puris…

coraka →

pts

plant used for the preparation of perfume Ja.vi.537.

cp. Sk. coraka

corikā →

pts

thieving, theft Vin.i.208; Ja.iii.508; Mil.158; Pv-a.4, Pv-a.86, Pv-a.192; Vv-a.72 (= theyyā).

corī →

pts

female thief Vin.iv.276; Ja.ii.363; (adj.) thievish, deceitful Ja.i.295
dāraka˚; a female kidnapper Ja.vi.337.

cuddasa →

pts

fourteen Ja.i.71; Ja.vi.8; Mil.12; Dhp-a.iii.120, Dhp-a.iii.186.

contracted fr. catuddasa, Sk. caturdaśa, cp. catur

culla →

pts

…Ger. Vetter = father jun.) Ja.ii.5 Ja.iii.456 (variant reading petteyya); Pv-a.107; Dhp-a.i.221 (cūḷa˚).

Sk. kṣulla = kṣudra (P….

cullāsīti →

pts

eighty-four Ja.vi.226 (mahākappe as duration of Saṃsāra); Pv-a.254 (id.). Also as cūḷāsīti q.v.

= caturāsīti

cumbati →

pts

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

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

cumbaṭa →

pts

  1. a coil; a pad of cloth, a pillow Ja.i.53 (dukūla˚); Ja.ii.21 (id.); Vv-a.73
  2. a wreath Ja.iii.87. Cp. next.

cp. Prk. cumbhala

cumbaṭaka →

pts

cumbaṭa, viz.

  1. a pillow Dhp-a.i.139; Vv-a.33, Vv-a.165
  2. a wreath Ja.iv.231 (puppha˚); Snp-a.137; Dhp-a.i.72 (mālā˚).

cunda →

pts

an artist who works in ivory Ja.vi.261 (Com: dantakāra); Mil.331.

cundakāra →

pts

turner Ja.vi.339.

cuta →

pts

…Snp.899; Iti.19, Iti.99; Ja.i.139, Ja.i.205; Pp.17
-accuta permanent. not under the sway of Death; epithet of…

cuti →

pts

…also gati & āgati) DN.i.162; SN.ii.3 = SN.ii.42; SN.iii.53; MN.i.49; Snp.643; Dhp.419; Ja.i.19, Ja.i.434; Vism.292, Vism.460, Vism.554;…

cuṇṇa →

pts

…aromatic (bath) powder Ja.i.87, Ja.i.290; Ja.iii.276; candana˚; id. Mil.13, Mil.18
iṭṭhaka˚ plaster (which is rubbed on…

cuṇṇaka →

pts

…DN.i.7; MN.ii.64 = Thag.771; Ja.v.302 2. powder; cuṇṇakajātāni reduced to powder MN.iii.92 (aṭṭhikāni)
■ f. -ikā in…

cuṇṇeti →

pts

to grind to powder, to crush; to powder or paint w. chunam Vin.ii.107 (mukhaṃ) Ja.iv.457
ppr pass cuṇṇiyamāna being ground Ja.vi.185.

Denom. of cuṇṇa

cāga →

pts

…sacca, cāga, sati mati Ja.ii.327 cp. śīla-śruta-tyāga Jtm.311 Pv-a.30, Pv-a.120; Sdhp.214, Sdhp.323. See also anussati &…

cāleti →

pts

to move, to shake Ja.v.40; to scatter Ja.i.71 (tiṇāni); to sift Vin.i.202.

caus. of calati

cāmara →

pts

…the whisk.

from…

cāpa →

pts

…metri causa); Ja.iv.272 Ja.v.400; Mil.105 (daḷha˚), Mil.352.

  • -koṭi the end of a bow Vv-a.261; nāḷi (f.) a…

cāra →

pts

-vihāra doing & behaving, i.e. good conduct Ja.ii.232 Dpvs. Ja.vi.38; cp. Mil.162 (above).

fr. car carati…

cāraka →

pts

…Vin.i.83; Ja.i.82; Ja.ii.286; Dhp.326; Mil.14, Mil.22 ˚ñ pakkamati to set out wandering Ja.i.87; Mil.16. SN.i.199; MN.i.117; AN.iii.257;…

cāreti →

pts

…cārento drooping Ja.i.174; Pass. ppr. cāriyamāna being handed round Ja.iv.2 (not vā˚)
pp carita
■ Cp….

cāritta →

pts

…of acting, conduct Ja.i.90, Ja.i.367; Ja.ii.277 (loka˚); Ja.v.285 (vanka˚); Mil.133; Vv-a.31
cārittaṃ āpajjati to mix with, to call…

cāru →

pts

…lovely to behold Snp.548; Ja.vi.449 (expl. on p. Ja.vi.450 as: cāru vuccati suvaṇṇaṃ = suvaṇṇadassana), Ja.vi.579; f.

cātur →

pts

…Ep of the earth: Ja.ii.343 (paṭhavī); Ja.iv.309 (mahī)-(n-m. one who rules over the 4 points; i.e. over the whole world (of a…

cāturiya →

pts

skill, cleverness, shrewdness Ja.iii.267; Ja.vi.410; Thag-a.227; Vb.551; Vism.104 Dāvs v.30.

cp. catura + iya

cāvati →

pts

to honour, only in cpd. -apacāyati (q.v.). The Dhtp (237) defines the root cāy by pūjā.

fr. ci

cāveti →

pts

…of…

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…

cīnaka →

pts

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

cīra →

pts

…bark 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…

cīraka →

pts

…= Mil.197.

cp….

cīvara →

pts

…bh.) Vin.iii.265

  • -bhājaka one who deals out the robes Vin.i.285 Vin.ii.176 Vin v.205 AN.iii.274f. (cp. ˚paṭiggāhaka)
  • -bhisī a…

cūḷa FIXME double →

pts

…root of an elephant’s ear Ja.vi.488. aḍḍha-cūḷa a measure (see aḍḍha). See also cūlikā. 2. (adj.) see…

cūḷa →

pts

…Ger. Vetter = father jun.) Ja.ii.5 Ja.iii.456 (variant reading petteyya); Pv-a.107; Dhp-a.i.221 (cūḷa˚).

Sk. kṣulla = kṣudra (P….

cūḷaka →

pts

adjective having a cūḷa or top-knot; pañca˚; with five top-knots Ja.v.250 (of a boy).

fr. cūḷā

d →

pts

…Pv-a.66 etc.; cp. Snp-a.284. bahu-d-eva Ja.i.170

da →

pts

…vara˚ Snp.234 kāma˚ Ja.vi.498 Pv.ii.13#8; ambu giving water, i.e. a cloud Dāvs.v.32; amatamagga Sdhp.1; uḷāraphala˚ ib. Sdhp.26;…

dabba →

pts

…gift worth giving Ja.iv.311 Ja.v.48 Ja.vi.427 Dhp-a.i.321 Dhp-a.ii.114

Sk. dravya, nt. to dravati (dru)

Dabba2

adjective noun…

dabbha →

pts

…DN.i.141; MN.i.344; AN.ii.207.

  • -puppha “kuśa-flower,” epithet of a jackal Ja.iii.334.

Sk. darbha to dṛbhati, to…

dabbī →

pts

…Dhp.64 gen. & instr, davyā Ja.iii.218; Mil.365
■ In cpds dabbi˚.

  • -kaṇṇa the tip of the ladle Dhp-a.i.371; *…

dabhakkaṃ →

pts

? indeclinable = daddabhaṃ; a certain noise (of a falling fruit) Ja.iii.77 (variant reading duddabha = daddabha).

dada →

pts

…Vv-a.171 (puriṁ˚)
duddada hard to give SN.i.19 = SN.iv.65 = Ja.ii.86 = Ja.vi.571.

Sk.˚ dad or ˚dada, cp ˚da & dadāti base 3

daddabha →

pts

…indistinct noise, a thud Ja.iii.76 (of the falling of a large fruit), variant reading duddabhayasadda to be regarded as a Sk. gloss =…

daddabhāyati →

pts

to make a heavy noise, to thud Ja.iii.77.

Denom. fr. prec.

daddara →

pts

…crashing) noise AN.iv.171; Ja.ii.8; Ja.iii.461; Name of a mountain, explained as named after this noise Ja.ii.8; Ja.iii.16, Ja.iii.461.

cp. Sk….

daddaḷhati →

pts

…(at. virocamāna), Pv-a.189 (at. abhijalanto)
■ Spelling daddallamāna at Ja.v.402; Ja.vi.118.

Sk. jājvalyati, Intens. of jval,…

dadhi →

pts

…sea,“ Name of an ocean Ja.iv.140;

  • -vāraka a pot of milk-curds Ja.iii.52.

Sk. dadhi, redpl. formation fr. dhayati to…

dadāti →

pts

…Ja.i.113, Ja.i.279 Ja.iii.83; AN.iii.37; 1st sg. dassāmi Ja.i.223; Ja.ii.160; Pv-a.17 Pv-a.35, etc
dammi

daha →

pts

lake DN.i.45 (udaka˚); Ja.i.50; Ja.ii.104; Ja.v.412; Mil.259; Pv-a.152; Dpvs.i.44.

Sk. draha, through metathesis fr. hrada, hlād, see hilādate

dahara →

pts

…yuvā Vv-a.129); daharī Ja.iv.35; Ja.v.521; Mil.48 (dārikā).

Sk. dahara & dahra for dabhra to dabhnoti to be or make short or deficient, to…

daka →

pts

…a water-sprite Ja.i.127, Ja.i.170 Ja.vi.469.

= udaka, aphaeretic from combinations like sītodaka which was taken for sīto + daka instead of…

dakkha →

pts

…(+ analasa & sampajāna); Ja.iii.247; DN-a.i.217 (= cheka); Mil.344 (rūpadakkhā those who are of “fit” appearance).

Vedic dakṣa = Gr….

dakkheyya →

pts

cleverness, skill Ja.ii.237 (com. kusalassa-ñāṇa-sampayuttaṃ viriyaṃ); Ja.iii.468.

cp. dakkha2

dakkhita →

pts

consecrated, dedicated Ja.v.138. Cp dikkhita.

Vedic dīkṣita pp. of dīkṣ, Intens to daśayati: see dakkha1

dakkhiṇa →

pts

…Divy.51, Divy.67, Divy.116); Ja.v.380;

  • -janapada the southern country the “Dekkan” (= dakkhiṇaṃ) DN.i.96, DN.i.153…

dakkhiṇeyya →

pts

…deserving a donation Ja.i.228; there are 7 kinds enumerated at DN.iii.253 DN.iii.8 kinds at DN.iii.255;

dakkhiṇā →

pts

…consecrated water) Ja.i.118; Ja.iv.370; Dhp-a.i.112; Pv-a.23;

  • -visuddhi. purity of a gift MN.iii.256 sq. =…

dala →

pts

…ratta-pavāḷa˚ Ja.i.75.

Sk. dala, *del (var. of *der, see dara) in dalati (q.v.) orig. a piece chipped off =…

damaka →

pts

…(assa˚); MN.iii.2 (id.) Ja.i.349 (kula˚ bhikkhu), one who teaches a clan self-mastery Ja.i.505 (go˚, assa˚, hatthi˚); Thig.422 (=…

dameti →

pts

…the house, to domesticate; Gr. δαμάω, δμητός Lat. domare; Oir. dam (ox); Goth. tamjan = Ohg zemman = Ags. temian = E. tame; to…

damita →

pts

subdued, tamed Ja.v.36; Pv-a.265.

Sk. damāyita = danta3; cp. Gr. α δάματος; Lat. domitus

dampati →

pts

…to build, cp. Gr. δέμω & δέμας; Goth. timrjan; Ohg. zimbar; E. timber

dandha →

pts

…Dhp.116; Ja.i.116, Ja.i.143; Ja.ii.447; Ja.v.158; Ja.vi.192 (+ laḷāka) Thag.293; Mil.59, Mil.102, Mil.251; Dhp-a.i.94, Dhp-a.i.251;…

danta →

pts

…Ja.iv.371; MN.i.242; Ja.i.61; Ja.ii.153; Vism.251; Vv-a.104 (īsā˚ long tusks); Pv-a.90, Pv-a.152 (fang); Sdhp.360.

*…

dappa →

pts

wantonness, arrogance Ja.ii.277; Mil.361, Mil.414; Pgdp.50. Cp. ditta2
■ In def. of root gabb at Dhtm.289.

Sk. darpa, to dṛpyati

dappita →

pts

adjective arrogant, haughty Ja.v.232, Ja.v.301.

dara →

pts

…kilesa-patho Thag-a.38); Ja.iv.61; Vv.83#8 (= daratha Vv-a.327); Pv.i.8#5 (= citta-daratha Pv-a.41)
sadara giving…

daratha →

pts

…fever); Ja.i.61 (sabbakilesa-d.) Pv-a.230 (id.); Dhp-a.ii.215; Mil.320; Pv-a.23, Pv-a.41; Vv-a.327.

Sk. daratha, der….

darī →

pts

-saya a lair in a cleft…

dasa →

pts

…under vassa); dasa-rāja-dhammā Ja.ii.367; das’ akkosa-vatthūni Dhp-a.i.212
■ See on similar sets AN.v.1–AN.v.310;…

dasaka →

pts

decad, decade, a decennial Ja.iv.397; Dhs-a.316. khiḍḍā˚; the decad of play Vism.619; cakkhu etc. sense-decads Vism.553; Comp. 164, 250;…

dasika →

pts

…p. (q.v. under okoṭimaka); Ja.i.504 (kodha, anger); Pv-a.24, Pv-a.90 (of Petas)-Note. The spelling is sometimes -dassika: AN.ii.85 Pp.51;…

dassana →

pts

…= Snp.459; invisibility Ja.iv.496 (˚ṃ vajjati to become invisible); wrong theory or view AN.v.145 sq.; Snp.206; Pp.21.

*…

dassaneyya →

pts

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

dassanīya →

pts

… ■ Vin.iv.18; SN.i.95; Ja.iii.394; Pp.52, Pp.66; DN-a.i.281; Pv-a.44 (= subha), Pv-a.51 (= rucira)
■ Comparative dassanīyatara

dassati →

pts

…explain, intimate Dhp.83; Ja.i.84, Ja.i.200, Ja.i.263, Ja.i.266; Ja.ii.128, Ja.ii.159; Ja.iii.53, Ja.iii.82; Pv-a.4, Pv-a.8 Pv-a.16 (ovādaṃ…

dassin →

pts

(-˚) adjective seeing, finding, realizing, perceiving. Only in compounds, like attha˚ Snp.385; ananta SN.i.143; ādīnava˚ Sdhp.409; ekanga˚ Ud.69; jātikkhaya˚ Snp.209; Iti.40; ñāṇa˚ Snp.478 (= sacchik …

dassita →

pts

…performed Vin.iv.365; Ja.i.330. Cp. san˚.

Sk. darśita, pp. of dasseti1

Dassita2

at Ja.vi.579 accord. to Kern (

dassāvin →

pts

…(cp bhaya-dassin); lokavajjabhaya˚ SN.i.138; sabba˚; (+ sabbaññū) MN.i.482 (samaṇo gotamo s˚ s˚); MN.ii.31; Mil.74 (Buddho s˚ s˚);…

dasā →

pts

…of vatthāni); Ja.v.187; Dhp-a.i.180 Dhp-a.iv.106 (dasāni)
sadasa (nt.) a kind of seat, a rug (lit. with…

datta →

pts

…a silly fellow MN.i.383; Ja.vi.192 (Com.: dandha lāḷaka).

prob. = thaddha, with popular analogy to datta1, see also…

dattika →

pts

adjective given; Ja.iii.221 (kula˚); Ja.iv.146 (id.); nt. a gift DN.i.103 (= dinnaka DN-a.i.271).

der. fr. datta

dattu →

pts

adjective? stupid, in d˚-paññatta a doctrine of fools DN.i.55 = MN.i.515; Ja.iv.338.

is it base of n. ag. dātar? see datta2

dava →

pts

…karoti to sport, to play Ja.ii.359, Ja.ii.363.

  • -atthāya in joke, for fun Vin.ii.113; *…

dayati →

pts

…to sympathize, to be kind Ja.vi.445 (dayitabba), Ja.vi.495 (dayyāsi = dayaṃ kareyyāsi).

Ved. dayate of day to divide, share, cp. Gr….

dayā →

pts

…kindness MN.i.78; Snp.117; Ja.i.23; Ja.vi.495. Usually as anuddayā; freq. in cpd. dayāpanna showing kindness DN.i.4 (= dayaṃ metta-cittaṃ…

daḍḍha →

pts

…a place burnt by fire Ja.i.212; also a place of cremation (sarīrassa d.) Pv-a.163 (= āḷāhana).

Sk. dagdha, pp. of dahati, see…

daḍḍhi →

pts

…by gymnastics, an athlete Ja.iii.310 (variant reading daḷhi˚), Ja.iv.219 (variant reading distorted kādaḷiphahuna).

not with Trenckner,…

daḷha →

pts

…(id.); Dhp.112; Ja.ii.3; Ja.iv.106; Dhp-a.iv.48; Kp-a.184; Vv-a.212 (= thira); Pv-a.94, Pv-a.277 daḷhaṃ (adv.)…

daḷhī →

pts

…Com. on p. 313; Ja.iii.310; Ja.iv.219 daḷhīkaraṇa steadiness, perseverance Snp-a.290 (+ ādhāraṇatā), Snp-a.398 (id). In compounds also…

daḷiddiya FIXME double →

pts

Dāḷiddiya & daḷiddiya

(nt.) poverty DN.iii.65, DN.iii.66; AN.iii.351 sq.; Ja.i.228; Dāvs ii.60; Sdhp.78.

Sk. *dāridrya

daṇḍa →

pts

…dadāti to give a thrashing Ja.iv.382; Ja.v.442; daṇḍena pahāraṃ dadāti to hit with a stick SN.iv.62; brahma˚ a certain kind of punishment…

daṇḍaka →

pts

…(sukkha˚ a dry twig), Ja.ii.103; Ja.iii.26; Dhp-a.iii.171; Vism.353
aḍḍha˚; a (birch) rod, used as a means of beating…

daṭṭha →

pts

bitten Ja.i.7; Mil.302; Pv-a.144.

pp. of daśati, see ḍasati

deha →

pts

…m. d. SN.i.27, SN.i.30; jahati d MN.ii.73; ˚ṃ nikkhipati Pv.ii.6#15; (muni or khīṇāsavo antima-deha-dhārin (˚dhāro) SN.i.14,…

dejjha →

pts

…Ja.iii.7 (com. abhejja), Ja.iii.274 = Ja.iv.258 (dhanuṃ a ˚ṃ karoti to get the bow ready, variant reading BB. sarejjhaṃ C explained…

depiccha →

pts

adjective having two tail-feathers Ja.v.339.

= dvepiccha, see dvi B I. 5

desa →

pts

…Vin.ii.211; MN.i.437; Ja.i.308; Dhs-a.307 (˚bhūta); Pv-a.78 (˚antara prob. to be read dos˚), Pv-a.153 Kp-a.132, Kp-a.227
■…

desanā →

pts

…lesson SN.v.83, SN.v.108; Ja.iii.84; Pp.28; Ne.38; Vism.523 sq (regarding Paṭiccasamuppāda); Pv-a.1, Pv-a.2, Pv-a.9, Pv-a.11; Sdhp.213. 2….

deseti →

pts

…AN.v.194; Iti.111; Ja.i.168; Ja.iii.394; Pp.57; Pv-a.6
aor adesesi (SN.i.196 = Thag.1254) & desesi (Pv-a.2,…

dessa →

pts

Dessa & Dessiya

adjective disagreeable, odious, detestable Ja.i.46; Ja.ii.285; Ja.iv.406 Ja.vi.570, Thag-a.268, Mil.281.

Sk. dveṣya, to dvis, see disa

dessiya →

pts

Dessa & Dessiya

adjective disagreeable, odious, detestable Ja.i.46; Ja.ii.285; Ja.iv.406 Ja.vi.570, Thag-a.268, Mil.281.

Sk. dveṣya, to dvis, see disa

deva →

pts

…Iti.76; Ja.i.59 (jarā-jajjara); Ja.iv.100 (dhamma d.); Ja.vi.239 (Java d.); Pv-a.6, Pv-a.9, Pv-a.55, Pv-a.92, Pv-a.113 (Yakkho ti…

devara →

pts

…brother, brother-in-law Ja.vi.152; Vv.32#6 (sa˚), popularly explained at Vv-a.135 as “dutiyo varo ti vā devaro, bhattu kaniṭṭha…

devasika →

pts

…(˚bhatta = bhattavetena); Dhp-a.i.187 sq., -nt. ˚ṃ as adv daily, every day Ja.i.82, Ja.i.149, Ja.i.186; Vv-a.67, Vv-a.75;…

devata →

pts

…“worshipping the husband,” i.e. a devoted wife Ja.iii.406; Vv-a.128.

devatā →

pts

…Snp.1043; Dhp.99; Ja.i.59, Ja.i.72 Ja.i.223, Ja.i.256; Ja.iv.17, Ja.iv.474; Vv.16#3; Pv.ii.1#10; Kp-a.113, Kp-a.117; Pv-a.44.

*…

deyya →

pts

…Ja.iii.12 (a˚); Mil.87 (rāja˚) -nt. a gift offering Vin.i.298 (saddhā˚).

  • -dhamma a gift, lit. that which has the…

deḍḍubha →

pts

water-snake; salamander Ja.iii.16; Ja.vi.194; Sdhp.292. See next.

Sk. duṇḍubha

deḍḍubhaka →

pts

  1. a sort of snake (see prec.) Ja.i.361.
  2. a kind of girdle (in the form of a snake’s head) Vin.ii.136 (explained by udaka-sappi-sira-sadisa).

deṇḍima →

pts

…(˚ka, variant reading dind˚); Ja.i.355; (= paṭaha-bheri); Ja.v.322 = Ja.vi.217 Ja.vi.465 = Ja.vi.580.

Sk. diṇḍima, cp. dindima

dhaja →

pts

…Ja.v.49 = Mil.221; Ja.v.509 Ja.vi.499; Mnd.170; Vv.36#1, Vv.64#28 (subhāsita˚ = dhamma Vv-a.284); Dhs.1116, Dhs.1233; Vism.469 (+…

dhamani →

pts

…(adj.) having veins showing all over the body for lack of flesh Vin.i.55 Vin.iii.146; MN.ii.121; Ja.i.346, Ja.ii.283; Thag-a.80.

Sk. dhamani, to…

dhamati →

pts

…AN.iv.169; Ja.i.283, Ja.i.284; Ja.vi.441; Mnd.478; Mil.262. ppr. dhamāna SN.i.106; Mil.67
caus dhameti to blow (an…

dhamma →

pts

…Dh., an expert in the Dh. Ja.v.222 Ja.vi.261;

  • -vinicchaya righteous decision, discrimination of the truth Snp.327;…

dhammatā →

pts

…(su˚); SN.iv.216 sq. (khaya˚ etc.) DN.ii.12; AN.ii.36 (kusala˚); AN.v.46; Thag.712; Ja.i.245 Ja.ii.128; Ne.21, Ne.50, cp. Mil.179;…

dhammika →

pts

…AN.i.109 = AN.iii.149; Ja.i.262, Ja.i.263; def. by Bdhgh as “dhammaṃ caratī ti dh.” (DN-a.i.237) & “dhammena caratī ti dh.,…

dhana →

pts

…karoti: hide in the ground), Ja.i.262 Ja.i.289; Ja.ii.112; Ja.iv.2; Snp.60, Snp.185, Snp.302; Pv.ii.6#10; Dhp-a.i.238. Often in combination…

dhanatta →

pts

being bent on having money Ja.v.449.

Sk. *dhanatvaṃ

dhanavant →

pts

adjective wealthy Cnd.462; Ja.i.3.

Sk. dhanavant

dhanta →

pts

blown, 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…

dhanu →

pts

bow MN.i.429; Ja.i.50, Ja.i.150 Ja.ii.88; Ja.iv.327; Pv-a.285.

  • -kalāpa bow & quiver Vin.ii.192; MN.i.86; MN.ii.99;…

dhanuka →

pts

(small) bow Vin.ii.10; Vin.iii.180; DN.i.7; AN.iii.75; AN.v.203; Ja.vi.41; Mil.229; DN-a.i.86.

Sk. dhanuṣka

dhara →

pts

…mātikā e.g. DN.ii.125. dhamma˚ also Snp.58; Thag.187; Cnd.319; vinaya˚ Mil.344; jaṭājina˚ Snp.1010. See also dhāra.

Sk. dhara, to…

dharati →

pts

…living, lasting Ja.i.75 (dh˚e yeva suriye while the sun was still up); Ja.ii.6; Mil.240 Mil.291 (Bhagavato dh˚-kāle)
grd…

dharaṇa →

pts

…Ja.vi.526; Mil.34; dharaṇī-ruha Name of a tree Ja.vi.482, Ja.vi.497; Mil.376.

dhava →

pts

…AN.i.202, AN.i.204; Ja.iv.209; Ja.vi.528.

Sk. dhava = madhuratvaca, Halāyudha

Dhava2

a husband Thag-a.121 (dh. vuccati…

dhañña →

pts

…(curry). See also bīja-bīja
■ Six sorts are mentioned at MN.i.57, viz. sāli, vīhi, mugga, māsa, tila, taṇḍula. DN.i.5 (āmaka˚;…

dhaṃsati →

pts

…Ja.iii.457 Ja.iv.611; Ja.v.218, Ja.v.375

caus dhaṃseti Sk. dhvaṃsayati but more likely = Sk. dharṣayati (to infest, molest Lat….

dhaṅka →

pts

…dhvānkṣa, cp. also…

dhenu →

pts

…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…

dheyya →

pts

…or power of: anañña˚ Ja.iv.110; kamma˚; AN.iv.285; maccu˚; (q.v.) SN.i.22; Snp.358, Snp.1104; Thig.10 (= maccu ettha dhīyati…

dhi →

pts

…wisdom, only in Com. expl. of paññā: “dhi vuccati paññā” (exegesis of dhīra) at Mnd.44 = Ja.ii.140 = Ja.iii.38.

Sk. dhīḥ to didheti,…

dhikkita →

pts

…Com.); also in Com expl. of dhīra (= dhikkita-pāpa detesting evil) at Mnd.44 = Ja.ii.140 = Ja.iii.38 (cp. dhi2).

Sk….

dhiti →

pts

…(cp. Snp-a.237); Ja.i.266, Ja.i.280; Ja.iii.239; Ja.vi.373 Vb.211; Dhs.13 (+ thāma), Dhs.22, Dhs.289, Dhs.571; Mil.23, Mil.329 Sdhp.574….

dhitimant →

pts

adjective courageous, firm, resolute AN.i.25; Snp.462, Snp.542; Thag.6; Ja.ii.140; Ja.vi.286 (wise, cp. dhiti).

Sk. dhṛtimant; cp. also dhīmant

dhona →

pts

…(= dhutakilesa Snp-a.542); Ja.iii.160 (˚sākha = patthaṭasākha Com.; variant reading BB vena˚); Mnd.77 = Mnd.176 (: dhonā vuccati paññā…

dhopana →

pts

…Surgical washing of a wound Ja.ii.117. 3. In vaṃsadhopana apparently a feat by acrobats Ja.iv.390. It is possible that the passage at DN.i.6…

dhorayha →

pts

…˚sīla Ja.ii.97 (= dhura-vahanaka-ācārena sampanna Com.).

for *dhor-vayha = Sk. *dhaurvahya, abstr. fr. dhurvaha; may…

dhota →

pts

washed, bleached, clean Ja.i.62 (˚sankha a bleached shell); Ja.ii.275; Pv-a.73 (˚vattha), Pv-a.116 (˚hattha with clean hands), Pv-a.274 (id.);…

dhovana →

pts

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

dhovati →

pts

…Snp.p.104 (bhājanāni) Ja.i.8; Ja.v.297
dhovi Ja.vi.366; Dhp-a.iii.207.
ger dhovitvā

dhunāti →

pts

…Thag.2; Ja.i.11 (verse 48); Ja.iii.44 (hatthe dhuniṃsu, wrung their hands); Vv.64#9 (= Vv-a.278 misprint dhumanti) aor. adhosi [= Sk….

dhura →

pts

…the first v. that one meets) Ja.i.8 Ja.i.237 Ja.iv.243 Dhp-a.iii.414

  • -dhorayha a yoked ox SN.i.173 = Snp.79 (viriyam me dh-dh ˚ṁ)…

dhuta →

pts

…at Vin.iii.15; Bv.i.59; Ja.iii.342; Ja.iv.8; Mil.133, Mil.348 Mil.351; Vism.59 (˚kathā), Vism.65 (˚cora), Vism.72 (id.), Vism.80…

dhutta →

pts

…Ja.i.49 (surā˚), Ja.i.290, Ja.i.291; Ja.ii.416, Ja.iii.287; Ja.iv.223, Ja.iv.494 (surā˚); Thag-a.250 (itthi˚), Thag-a.260…

dhuva →

pts

…constantly flowing Ja.i.6, Ja.v.35. Dhuta & Dhutanga;

Sk. dhruva, cp. Lith. drúta firm; Goth. triggws = Ohg. triuwi (Ger. treue, trost);…

dhāna →

pts

…a seat (= ṭhāna), in rāja˚; “the king’s seat,” a royal town Often in comb with gāma & nigama (see gāma 3 a)…

dhāniya →

pts

…(pahūtadhana˚; variant reading BB ˚dhāritaṃ); (nt.) riches, wealth Ja.v.99, Ja.v.100.

Sk. dhānya, cp. dhañña2

dhāraka →

pts

adjective noun

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

dhāraṇa →

pts

…Kp-a.37 cīvara˚ AN.ii.104 = Pp.45. 2. maintaining, sustaining keeping up Mil.320 (āyu˚ bhojana). 3. bearing in mind, remembrance Vin.iv.305;…

dhāraṇaka →

pts

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

der. fr. dhāraṇa

dhāraṇā →

pts

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

to dhāraṇa

dhāreti →

pts

…Iti.53 (antimaṃ d.); Ja.iv.3 (padumaṃ) Ja.vi.136; Pv.i.3#1 (vaṇṇaṃ dh. = vahasi Pv-a.14); tassa kahāpaṇaṃ daṇḍaṃ dh….

dhārin →

pts

…Iti.32, Iti.40
■ Ja.i.47 (virūpa-vesa˚) Dāvs v.15
■ f. ˚inī Pv.i.10#8 (kāsikuttama˚).

Sk. dhārin, see…

dhārā →

pts

…the edge of a weapon Ja.i.455; Ja.vi.449; Dhp-a.317; DN-a.i.37
■ (adj. (-˚) having a (sharp) edge Ja.i.414 (khura˚) Mil.105…

dhāta →

pts

…Ja.ii.247, Ja.ii.446; Ja.v.73; Ja.vi.555; Pv.i.11#8 (so read for dāta) = Pv-a.59 (: suhita titta); Mil.238, Mil.249
■ f abstr….

dhātar →

pts

upholder Ja.v.225.

n. ag. fr. dhṛ.

dhātu →

pts

…AN.ii.120; AN.iv.202; Ja.i.55; Iti.38 (dve: see under Nibbāna); Mil.312. Also in the foll. connections: amata˚ Iti.62; bhū˚ the verbal…

dhātuka →

pts

…(paṇḍuroga˚ having jaundice), Ja.ii.114 (dhuttika˚); Ja.iv.137 (vāmanaka˚ deformed), Ja.iv.391 (muddhā˚), Ja.v.197 (āvāṭa˚);…

dhātī →

pts

…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…

dhāvana →

pts

running, galloping Ja.ii.431; Mil.351.

Sk. dhāvana

dhāvati →

pts

…(cp. Mnd.419); Dhp.344; Ja.i.308; Ja.vi.332; Mnd.405 = Cnd.304#iii.; Pv.iv.16#1 = palāyati Pv-a.284#2; Dhp-a.i.389 (opp. gacchati); Pv-a.4;…

dhīra →

pts

…Thag-a.13); Ja.iii.396; Ja.v.116; Pv.ii.1#6 Pv.ii.9#45; Mnd.44, Mnd.55, Mnd.482; Cnd.324 (= jutimant); Mil.342; Kp-a.194,…

dhītar →

pts

…(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…

dhītā →

pts

…(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…

dhūma →

pts

…(lit. whose sign is smoke) Ja.iv.26; Ja.v.63

  • -jāla a mass of smoke Ja.v.497;
  • -netta a smoke-tube,…

dhūpa →

pts

incense Ja.i.51, Ja.i.64, Ja.i.290 (gandha˚, dvandva cpd.); Ja.iii.144; Ja.vi.42; Pv-a.141 (gandhap̄uppha˚) dh˚ṃ dadāti to incense (a room)…

dhūpana →

pts

incensing, fumigation; perfume, incense, spice Ja.iii.144; Ja.iv.236; Pv.iii.5#3 (sāsapa˚). Dhupayati & Dhupayati;

Sk. dhūpana

dhūpayati →

pts

…= Thag.448; AN.ii.214 sq.; Ja.i.73; Mil.333 (sīlagandhena lokaṃ dh.); Dhp-a.i.370 (aor. dhūpāyi) Dhp-a.iii.38 (ppr. dhūpayamāna)
pp…

dhūpāyati →

pts

…= Thag.448; AN.ii.214 sq.; Ja.i.73; Mil.333 (sīlagandhena lokaṃ dh.); Dhp-a.i.370 (aor. dhūpāyi) Dhp-a.iii.38 (ppr. dhūpayamāna)
pp…

dibba →

pts

…other commodities AN.i.182; Ja.i.50, Ja.i.202; Ja.iii.189; Pv-a.23, Pv-a.50, Pv-a.70, Pv-a.76 etc. Def. as devaloke sambhūta DN-a.i.120;…

dicchati →

pts

to wish to give, to be desirous of giving. SN.i.18 SN.i.20 (dicchare 3rd plural) Ja.iv.64

Sk. ditsati, Desid. fr. dadāti, base 4, q.v.

diddha →

pts

smeared Ja.v.425 sq.; esp. smeared with poison, poisoned Ja.iv.435 (sara, a poisoned arrow); perhaps to be read at Iti.68 for duṭṭha (scil. sara)…

dighañña →

pts

…with meaning of 1st sg. pot. intens. of ghas, but d. is evidently the right reading), Ja.v.402, Ja.v.403 (˚rattiṃ at the end of the…

dija →

pts

see under dvi B i.4.

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…

dindibha →

pts

kind of bird Ja.vi.538.

cp. Sk. ṭiṭṭibha?

dindima →

pts

musical instrument, a small drum Ja.vi.580; Bv.i.32. See also deṇḍima.

Sk. ḍiṇḍima, cp. dundubhi

dinna →

pts

…finite tense frequently e.g. Ja.i.151 Ja.i.152 Ja.vi.366
adinna: MN.i.39, MN.i.404; Snp.119 (theyyā adinnaṃ ādiyati),…

dinnaka →

pts

an adopted son, in enumn of four kinds of sons (atraja, khettaja, antevāsika, d.) Cnd.448; Ja.i.135 (= posāvanatthāya dinna).

dirasaññu →

pts

…common-sense Ja.vi.206, Ja.vi.207 Ja.vi.213, Ja.vi.214. Com. explains wrongly on p. Ja.vi.209 with “one who possesses two tongues” (of…

disa →

pts

…Dhp.42, Dhp.162; Ja.iii.357; Ja.iv.217; Ja.v.453; Thag.874–Thag.6; cp. Pss. Breth., 323, n. i.

Sk. dviṣant & dviṣa (-˚); dveṣṭi &…

disatā →

pts

…region, part of the world Ja.iv.359; Pv.ii.9#21 (kiṃ disataṃ gato “where in the world has he gone?”); Vv.ii.3#2 (sādisatā the circle of…

disā →

pts

…zodiacal light (?) DN.i.10; Ja.i.374 Ja.vi.476; Mil.178; DN-a.i.95; cp. BSk. diśodāha Avs.ii.198;

  • -pati (disampati) a king…

ditta →

pts

…arrogant, insolent; wanton Thag.198; Ja.ii.432; Ja.iii.256 = Ja.iii.485; Ja.v.17, Ja.v.232 Ja.vi.90, Ja.vi.114.

Sk. dṛpta; cp. dappa

diva →

pts

…Cp. devasika; see also ajja.

  • -santatta heated for a whole day Ja.iv.118 (cp. divasa˚)

Sk. diva…

divasa →

pts

…d. that day) eka˚ one day Ja.i.58; Ja.iii.26; Pv-a.33, Pv-a.67
■ gen. divasassa (day) by day SN.ii.95 (rattiyā ca d. ca); Ja.v.162;…

divya →

pts

…Snp.524 (+ mānusaka); Ja.vi.172
■ (nt.) the divinity a divine being (= devatā) Ja.vi.150; Snp-a.219.

Sk. divya; the verse-form for…

divā →

pts

…MN.ii.100, MN.ii.112; Ja.ii.1; Ja.vi.31; Dhp-a.ii.8; Vv-a.239, Vv-a.242;

  • -vihāra the day-rest, i.e. rest during…

diṭṭha →

pts

…concerning visible omina. Ja.iv.390; as -ikā (f.) Np at Ja.iv.376 sq. Snp-a.185 sq.

  • -saṃsandana Cnd.447 = Dhs-a.55.

Sk….

diṭṭhi →

pts

…Cnd.304; -saṃyojana the fetter or bond of empty speculation (cp. ˚anusaya) DN.iii.254; AN.iv.7 sq.;…

diṭṭhā →

pts

indeclinable exclamation of joy, hurrah! DN.iii.73; Ja.i.362.

Sk. dṛṣṭyā, instr. of diṭṭhi

doha →

pts

Doha1

milking, milk Ja.v.63, Ja.v.433.

Sk. doha & dogha

Doha2

adjective injuring (-˚) DN-a.i.296.

Sk. droha

dohaka →

pts

milk-pail Ja.v.105.

Sk. doha

dohati →

pts

…ibid.;
pot duhe Ja.vi.211;
ger duhitvā Snp-a.27; pp. duddha (q.v.)
pass…

dohaḷa →

pts

…Ja.ii.159, Ja.ii.433; Ja.v.40, Ja.v.41; Ja.vi.263, Ja.vi.308; Dhp-a.ii.86 (dhammika d.).

Sk. dohada & daurhṛda, of du + hṛd, sick…

dohaḷinī →

pts

…a woman in pregnancy having cravings; a pregnant woman in general Ja.ii.395, Ja.ii.435; Ja.iii.27 Ja.iv.334; Ja.v.330 (= gabbhinī); Ja.vi.270,…

dohaḷāyati →

pts

to have cravings (of a woman in pregnancy) Ja.vi.263.

Denom. fr. dohaḷa

dolā →

pts

swing Ja.iv.283; Ja.vi.341; Vism.280 (in simile).

Sk. dolā, *del as in Ags. tealtian = E. tilt, adj. tealt unstable = Sk. dulā iṣṭakā an…

dolāyati →

pts

to swing, to move to & fro Ja.ii.385.

Denom. of dolā

domanassa →

pts

…DN.iii.245;

  • -patta dejected, disappointed Ja.ii.155.

Sk. daurmanasya, duḥ + manas

donī →

pts

…hallowed from a log“) Ja.iv.163 (= gambhīrā mahānāvā p. Ja.iv.164); Pv-a.189. 3. a hollow dug in the ground Mil.397. 4. the body of a…

dosa →

pts

…Vism.118 sq
■ Ja.ii.417; Ja.iii.104; Mil.330 (sabba-d
■ virahita faultless); DN-a.i.37, DN-a.i.141
■ pl. dosā the…

dosin →

pts

adjective angry Ja.v.452, Ja.v.454.

to dosa2

dosinā →

pts

…DN.i.47≈ Ja.i.509; Ja.v.262; Mil.5, Mil.19 etc. Explained in popular fashion by Bdhgh. as “dosâpagatā” ratti DN-a.i.141.

*…

dosā →

pts

…set (of the…

dovila →

pts

adjective being in the state of fructification, budding Ja.vi.529 (cp. p. 530); Mil.334.

Sk.?

dovārika →

pts

…AN.iv.110; AN.v.194; Ja.ii.132; Ja.iv.382 (two by name, viz. Upajotiya & Bhaṇḍa-kucchi), Ja.iv.447, Ja.vi.367; Mil.234, Mil.332;…

doṇa →

pts

…doṇa-revenue (of rice) Ja.ii.367, Ja.ii.378, Ja.ii.381; Dhp-a.iv.88;

  • -mita a d measure full DN.i.54; MN.i.518.

Sk….

du →

pts

…gati, gandha, gahīta (a)caja, carita, cola; (j)jaha, jāna, jivha, jīvita; (t)tappaya, tara; (d)dama, dasika; (n)naya, nikkhaya, nikkhitta…

dubbha →

pts

…(adubbhāya trustily); Ja.i.180 (id. as adūbhāya); spelt wrongly adrūbhaka (for adubbhaka, with variant reading…

dubbhati →

pts

…Ja.vi.491, or w. loc Ja.i.267; Ja.iii.212) SN.i.85 (ppr. adubbhanto), SN.i.225; Iti.86 (dubbhe = dusseyya Com.) = Vin.ii.203 (where dubbho)…

dubbhin →

pts

…a deceiver, hypocrite Ja.iv.41; Pv.ii.9#8 (mitta˚) Dhp-a.ii.23 (mitta-dūbhin)
■ f. dubbhinī Vv-a.68 (so read for dubbinī).

Sk….

dubhaya →

pts

…adjective both (see ubhaya) Snp.517, Snp.526 Snp.1007, Snp.1125; Ja.iii.442; Ja.vi.110.

a contaminated form of du(ve) &…

duha →

pts

…-˚ milking; yielding, granting, bestowing: kāma˚ giving pleasures Ja.iv.20 Ja.v.33

Sk. duh & duha; see dohati

duhana →

pts

…robbery (pantha˚) Ja.ii.281 (text dūhana), Ja.ii.388 (text: panthadūbhana vv.ll. duhana & dūhana); Dhs-a.220
■ Cp…

duka →

pts

…“in pairs, on pairs, e.g. Dukapaṭṭhāna; or chapters, e.g. Ja.ii.1 (˚nipāta).

see dvi B ii

dukkha →

pts

… ■ sang’ ātiko maccujaho nirūpadhi pahāya d˚ṃ apunabbhavāya SN.iv.158; ucchinnaṃ mūlaṃ d˚assa, n’ atthi dāni punabbhavo…

dukkhin →

pts

…dummano), SN.iv.78; AN.iii.57. 2. a loser in the game Ja.ii.160.

Sk. duḥkhin

dukkhita →

pts

…dukkhitesu dukkhito); SN.v.211; MN.i.88; MN.ii.66; Vin.iv.291; Snp.984, Snp.986; Ja.iv.452; Mil.275; Dhp-a.ii.28; Vv-a.67.

Sk. duḥkhita;…

dukkhāpeti →

pts

to cause pain, to afflict Ja.iv.452; Mil.276 sq.; Pv-a.215
pp dukkhāpita.

caus. to dukkha

dukūla →

pts

…silk] very fine cloth, made of the fibre of the d. plant SN.iii.145; AN.iv.393; Ja.ii.21; Ja.iv.219 Ja.v.400; Ja.vi.72; Vism.257, Vism.262;…

duma →

pts

tree AN.iii.43; Ja.i.87, Ja.i.272; Ja.ii.75, Ja.ii.270; Ja.vi.249, Ja.vi.528; Vv.84#14; Mil.278 Mil.347; Vv-a.161.

dundubhi →

pts

…latter meaning) Pv.iii.3#4; Ja.vi.465; Pv-a.40, Pv-a.189 (variant reading dudrabhi)
■ Amata˚ the drum of Nibbāna MN.i.171 = Vin.i.8 (:…

dussa →

pts

…Ja.iii.54 is usually taken as = amussa (cp. amuka). C. explains as “near,” & adds “asammussa.” Or is it Sk….

dussanā →

pts

Dussana (nt.) defilement, guilt AN.ii.225; Pp.18, Pp.22; Dhs.418, Dhs.1060; DN-a.i.195 (rajjana-d. muyhana).

Sk. dūṣana, cp. dussati

dussanīya →

pts

…evil (always combined with rajanīya, cp. rāga dosa moha AN.iii.110 (dusanīye dussati, where Iti.84 has dosaneyye) Ja.vi.9; Mil.386.

cp. Sk….

dussati →

pts

…AN.iii.110 (dussanīye d.) Ja.vi.9; Mil.101, Mil.386
pp duṭṭha (q.v.)
caus dūseti (q.v.)….

dussika →

pts

cloth merchant Ja.vi.276; Mil.262, Mil.331 sq.

dutiya →

pts

…(id.), SN.i.131; Iti.9; Ja.v.400; Thig.230 (a husband); Snp.49 (= Cnd.305, where two kinds of associates or companions are distinguished, viz….

dutiyaka →

pts

…as purāṇa-dutiyikā one’s former wife Vin.i.96; Vin.iii.16; SN.i.200; MN.ii.63; Ja.i.210; Ja.v.152; Dhp-a.i.77. Cp. Mvu.ii.134…

dutiyyatā →

pts

companionship, friendship, help Ja.iii.169.

duṭṭha →

pts

…be read as diddho); Ja.i.187 Ja.i.254 (˚brāhmaṇa); Ja.iv.391 (˚caṇḍāla); Pv-a.4 (˚corā rogues of thieves); Sdhp.86, Sdhp.367, Sdhp.434 …

dvaya →

pts

…(˚ṃ nissito loko) Ja.iii.395 (gātha˚); Pv-a.19 (māsa˚); Dhp-a.ii.93 (pada two lines, “couplet”).

*…

dvedhā →

pts

adverb in two Ja.v.203, Ja.v.206 (˚sira); Dhp-a.ii.50 (bhijji: broke in two, broke asunder)

Sk. dvedhā, cp. dvidhā

dvejjha →

pts

…undivided, certain, doubtless; simple, sincere, uncontradictory AN.iii.403; Ja.iv.77 Cnd.30 (+ adveḷhaka); Mil.141
■…

dvejjhatā →

pts

in ; undividedness Ja.iv.76

fr. prec

dveḷhaka →

pts

doubt Vin.iii.309; Dhs.1004, Dhs.1161; DN-a.i.68; Dhs-a.259; -citta uncertain Pv-a.13; -jāta in doubt Vin.iii.309; DN.iii.117 sq.; DN.iii.210
adveḷhaka (adj. sure, certain, without doub …

dvi →

pts

-ja (cp. dvija, duvija)

  1. “twice-born,” a bird SN.i.224; Snp.1134 (d. vuccati pakkhī Cnd.296); Ja.i.152, Ja.i.203…

dvidhā →

pts

…(chindati); Ja.i.298 (id.); Ja.iii.181; Ja.iv.101 (jāta disagreeing); Ja.vi.368 (bhindati). See also dvedhā & dveḷhaka.

*…

dvikkhattuṃ →

pts

adverb twice Nd ii.on Snp.1116 (= dva); Cnd.296 (jāyati dijo). See dvi B I. 2a

Sk. *dvikṛtvaḥ

dvāra →

pts

…a door post Ja.i.63; Ja.ii.334; Ja.vi.444; Pv-a.280 -koṭṭhaka gāma* a village…

dvīha →

pts

…accayena after a few days) Ja.ii.316; Dhp-a.iii.21 (˚accayena id., gloss: katipāh’ accayena); DN-a.i.190 (˚ṃ) 215; Vv-a.45

Sk….

dāma →

pts

…mālā˚ Ja.ii.104; rajata˚ Ja.i.50; Ja.iii.184; Ja.iv.91 rattapuppha˚ Ja.iii.30; sumana˚ Ja.iv.455.

Sk. dāman to dyati to bind (Gr….

dāna →

pts

…88
■ AN.iv.246; Ja.i.50 Ja.i.74; Ja.v.383 (devasikaṃ chasatasahassa-pariccāgaṃ karonto mahādānaṃ pavattesi “he gave the…

dānava →

pts

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

Sk. dānava

dāni →

pts

adverb now, Vin.i.180; Vin.ii.154; SN.i.200, SN.i.202; SN.ii.123; SN.iv.202; Ja.ii.246; Mil.11, etc.

shortened form for idāni, q.v.

dāpeti →

pts

dāpesi Ja.iv.138; Dhp-a.i.226, Dhp-a.i.393 (sent); Pv-a.5 (id.), Pv-a.31 fut. dāpessati Ja.ii.3; Dhp-a.371. Cp….

dāra →

pts

…Dhp.345; Ja.i.120; Ja.ii.248 Ja.iv.7; Ja.v.104, Ja.v.288; Vv-a.299 (˚paṭiggaha)
putta-dārā (pl.) wife & children Snp.108, Snp.262;…

dāraka →

pts

…village-boys, streeturchins Ja.ii.78, Ja.ii.176; Ja.iii.275.

  • -tikicchā the art of infant-healing DN.i.12 (=…

dārikā →

pts

young girl, daughter Ja.iii.172; Ja.vi.364; Mil.48, Mil.151; Pv-a.16 (daughter), Pv-a.55, Pv-a.67, Pv-a.68.

Sk. dārikā, see…

dāru →

pts

…Iti.71; Dhp.80; Ja.ii.102; Ja.iii.54; Ja.vi.366; Dhp-a.i.393; Pv-a.76 (candana˚) Pv-a.141.

dāruṇa →

pts

…SN.ii.226; Snp.244; Dhp.139; Ja.iii.34; Pv.iv.3#6 (= ghora Pv-a.251); Mil.117 (vāta) Pv-a.24, Pv-a.52 (= ghora), Pv-a.159 (sapatha a terrible…

dārā →

pts

…Dhp.345; Ja.i.120; Ja.ii.248 Ja.iv.7; Ja.v.104, Ja.v.288; Vv-a.299 (˚paṭiggaha)
putta-dārā (pl.) wife & children Snp.108, Snp.262;…

dāsa →

pts

…(fig. taṇhā˚); Ja.i.200, Ja.i.223; Ja.iii.343 (bought for 700 kahāpaṇas), Ja.iii.347; Pp.56; Pv-a.112.

dāsabya →

pts

…& Dāsabya

neuter the condition of a slave, slavery, serfdom DN.i.73; MN.i.275 (b) Ja.i.226; DN-a.i.168 (b), DN-a.i.213; Dhp-a.iii.35;…

dāsavya →

pts

…& Dāsabya

neuter the condition of a slave, slavery, serfdom DN.i.73; MN.i.275 (b) Ja.i.226; DN-a.i.168 (b), DN-a.i.213; Dhp-a.iii.35;…

dāsima →

pts

species of tree Ja.vi.536.

dāsī →

pts

…a troop of slave-girls Ja.ii.127;

  • -dāsā (pl.) maid& man-servants Dhp-a.i.187; freq. to cpd. d-d-paṭiggahaṇa slave-trading…

dāva →

pts

in -aggi a jungle-fire Ja.i.213; Ja.iii.140; Vism.470; Dhp-a.i.281.

Sk. dāva, see dava1 & daya1

dāya →

pts

…phrase rājadāya brahmadeyya, a king’s grant, cp. rājadattiya); Ja.iv.138; Ja.v.363; Ja.vi.346. Cp dāyāda & brahmadeyya.

Sk. dāya, to…

dāyajja →

pts

…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).

*…

dāyaka →

pts

…saggaṁ gacchanti dāyakā) Ja.v.129 (kaṇḍa˚) Pv.i.1#1f.; Pv.i.1#2; Pv.i.4#2; Pv.i.5#5 DN-a.i.298 Pv-a.113 (= dada) Mil.258 (˚ānaṁ…

dāyikā →

pts

…saggaṁ gacchanti dāyakā) Ja.v.129 (kaṇḍa˚) Pv.i.1#1f.; Pv.i.1#2; Pv.i.4#2; Pv.i.5#5 DN-a.i.298 Pv-a.113 (= dada) Mil.258 (˚ānaṁ…

dāyāda →

pts

…not having an heir SN.i.69; Ja.v.267. See dāyajja & dāyādaka.

Sk. dāyāda = dāya + ā-da receiving the (son’s) portion, same formation on…

dāyādaka →

pts

heir MN.ii.73; Thag.781, Thag.1142; f. -ikā Thig.327 (= dāyajjarahā Thag-a.234).

= dāyāda

dāḷiddiya →

pts

Dāḷiddiya & daḷiddiya

(nt.) poverty DN.iii.65, DN.iii.66; AN.iii.351 sq.; Ja.i.228; Dāvs ii.60; Sdhp.78.

Sk. *dāridrya

dāṭhikā →

pts

…of the bhikkhus) Ja.i.305; Ja.v.42 (tamba˚), Ja.v.217 (mahā˚ having great whiskers); DN-a.i.263 (parūḷha-massu˚ with beard whiskers grown…

dāṭhin →

pts

adjective having tusks Ja.ii.245; Ja.iv.348; Thag p.1; Sdhp.286.

cp. Sk. daṃṣṭrin

dāṭhā →

pts

…viya sappo); Ja.iv.245 (nikkhanta˚); Dhp-a.i.215; Pv-a.152 (kaṭhina˚); Sdhp.286.

dīgha →

pts

…AN.v.194; Snp.649; Iti.8; Ja.i.12, Ja.i.72; Pv.i.4#4; Pv.ii.13#11 (˚rattāya = ˚rattaṃ Pv-a.165); Pp.15; Dhp-a.iv.24; *…

dīna →

pts

…variant reading ninnamāna) Ja.v.448; Ja.vi.375; Pv.ii.8#2 (= adānajjhāsaya Pv-a.107), Pv.iv.8#1; Mil.406; Pv-a.120 (= kapaṇa), Pv-a.260…

dīpa →

pts

…light of a l. Ja.i.266; Ja.vi.391; Dhp-a.i.359; Vv-a.51;

  • (-ṃ)kara making light, shining, illuminating Cnd.399 (= pabhaṃ…

dīpaka →

pts

…a d. antelope Ja.v.376.

Dīpaka2

(= dīpa2) a (little) island Ja.i.278, Ja.i.279;…

dīpika →

pts

panther Ja.iii.480.

fr. dīpin

dīpin →

pts

…AN.iii.101; Ja.i.342; Ja.ii.44, Ja.ii.110; Ja.iv.475; Ja.v.408; Ja.vi.538. dīpi-rājā king of the panthers Vism.270
■ f….

dūbha →

pts

…(adubbhāya trustily); Ja.i.180 (id. as adūbhāya); spelt wrongly adrūbhaka (for adubbhaka, with variant reading…

dūbhaka →

pts

-ikā Ja.ii.297.

Sk. dambhaka

Dūbhaka2

a diamond Ja.i.363 = Ja.iii.207.

Sk. dambha, cp. dambholi

dūbhana →

pts

deceiving, pillaging, robbing etc. at Ja.ii.388 is to be read as (pantha-) duhana.

dūbhati →

pts

…Ja.vi.491, or w. loc Ja.i.267; Ja.iii.212) SN.i.85 (ppr. adubbhanto), SN.i.225; Iti.86 (dubbhe = dusseyya Com.) = Vin.ii.203 (where dubbho)…

dūbhin →

pts

adjective -dubbhin Ja.ii.180 (vv.ll. dūbha & dubbhi), Ja.ii.327; Ja.iv.257; Dhp-a.ii.23.

dūbhī →

pts

perfidy, treachery, Ja.i.412; Ja.iv.57 (variant reading dubhī); Ja.vi.59 (= aparādha).

cp. Sk. dambha, see…

dūhana →

pts

…reading duhana) waylaying Ja.ii.281, Ja.ii.388; Tikp.280.

see duhana

Dūhana2

neuter milking (-˚), in…

dūra →

pts

…(c. abl.), e.g. Snp.468; Ja.ii.155, Ja.ii.449 (= ārā); Ja.iii.189
■ Snp.772; Dhp.304; Ja.vi.364; Dhs.677
dūre-pātin one who…

dūsaka →

pts

…at Ja.v.113 (kamma˚); Snp-a.287 (mitta˚, variant reading B. for dūbhaka)-panthadūsaka a highwayman Mil.290
■ f….

dūsana →

pts

spoiling, defiling Ja.ii.270; Sdhp.453.

see dūseti

dūseti →

pts

…AN.iv.169 sq.; Ja.i.454; Ja.ii.270; Dhp-a.ii.22 (kuṭiṃ, damage destroy)
aor dūsayi Ja.ii.110 (fared ill)
pp…

dūta →

pts

…AN.i.142; MN.ii.75 sq.; Ja.i.138
■ -˚ṃ pāheti to send a messenger Mil.18, Pv-a.133.

Ved. dūta, prob. to dūra (q.v.) as “one who…

dūteyya →

pts

…messages AN.iv.196; Ja.iii.134; DN-a.i.78. ˚ṃ gacchati to go on an errand Vin.ii.202; ˚ṃ harati to obtain a commission Vin.iii.87;…

edha →

pts

…adj. neg. an˚ without fuel Ja.iv.26.

Sk. edhaḥ, cp. idhma, inddhe; Gr. α ̓ϊχος, ἀίχω, Lat. aedes, Ohg. eit, Ags. ād funeral pile,…

edhati →

pts

…cp….

ehi →

pts

…admission to the Order Ja.i.82, Ja.i.86; Dhp-a.ii.32; Snp-a.456. ehisāgata-(& svāgata-)vādin; a man of courtesy (lit. one who…

ejā →

pts

… ■ aneja (adj. unmoved, undisturbed, calm, passionless SN.i.27, SN.i.141, SN.i.159 SN.iii.83; SN.iv.64; AN.ii.15; Mnd.353;…

eka →

pts

…ekadivasaṃ one day Ja.i.58; Ja.iii.26; Pv-a.67 Cp. Snp.1069 (see Cnd.172#b)
■ All these three categories are found represented in…

ekacca →

pts

…AN.v.194; Thig.216; Ja.ii.129; Ja.iii.126. See also app˚ under api.

der. fr. eka with suffix *tya, implying likeness or comparison, lit….

ekaccika →

pts

adjective single, not doubled (of cloth, opp. to diguṇa) Ja.v.216 (˚vasana = eka-paṭṭa-nivattha).

fr. ekacca

ekacciya →

pts

adjective = ekacca SN.i.199; Ja.iv.259; acc. as adv. -ṃ once, single Vin.i.289 (cp. Vin Texts ii.212).

ekadatthu →

pts

adverb once, definitely, specially Ja.iii.105 (= ekaṃsena C.).

eka-d-atthu, cp. aññadatthu

ekaka →

pts

…Ja.iv.2
■ f. ekikā Vin.iv.229; Ja.i.307; Ja.iii.139.

eka + ka

ekamantaṃ →

pts

…Snp.1017; Ja.i.291; Ja.ii.102, Ja.ii.111; Snp-a.314, Snp-a.456. Also in loc. ekamante on one side Dhp-a.i.40.

eka + anta, acc. in…

ekantarika →

pts

…one in between, alternate Ja.iv.195, -bhāvena (instr. adv.) in alternation alternately Vism.374; ekantarikāya (adv.) with intervals…

ekaso →

pts

adverb singly, one by one Ja.iii.224 (an˚).

Sk. ekaśaḥ

ekato →

pts

…Ja.iv.141. 2. together Ja.ii.415; Ja.iii.57 (vasanto), Ja.iii.52 (sannipatanti) Ja.iii.391; Ja.iv.390; Dhp-a.i.18. ekato karoti to put…

ekatta →

pts

  1. unity DN.i.31.
  2. loneliness, solitude, separation Snp.718; Thag.49; Mil.162; Ja.vi.64; Vv-a.202 (= ekībhāva).

abstr. fr. eka

ekaṃsa →

pts

…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 + aṃsa1

ela →

pts

…jāta); Mnd.202 (elaṃ vuccati…

elambaraka →

pts

Name of a creeping vine Ja.vi.536. Elaluka (Elaluka)

?

elāluka →

pts

Elāluka (Eḷāluka)

neuter a kind of cucumber(?) Vv.33#29; Ja.i.205; Ja.v.37; Dhp-a.i.278.

etym.?

ena →

pts

…one, the same“ Snp.583, Snp.981, Snp.1114; Dhp.118, Dhp.313; Ja.iii.395; Cnd.304#iii.b. See also naṃ.

eraka →

pts

…driving away, moving Ja.iv.20 (˚vāta); -vattika a certain kind of torture MN.i.87 = AN.i.47 = AN.ii.122 = Cnd.604 = Mil.197.

fr….

eraṇḍa →

pts

the castor oil plant Cnd.680#ii.; Ja.ii.440. Cp. elaṇḍa.

dial.?

ereti →

pts

…set into motion, raise (one’s voice) MN.i.21; Snp.350 (eraya imper.); Thag.209 (eraye); Ja.iv.478
pp erita (q.v.).

= īreti…

erita →

pts

moved, shaken, driven Ja.iv.424; Vv.39#4, Vv.42#4 ; Thag.104, Pv.ii.12#3; Vism.172 (+ samerita), Vism.342 (vāt˚ moved by the wind). Cp….

esin →

pts

…eṣin, of…

etad →

pts

…Snp.81, Snp.416, Snp.1052; Ja.i.279; Ja.ii.159; Mil.18; Dhp-a.i.18; & eso Snp.61, Snp.312, Snp.393; Ja.vi.336; pl. ete Snp.188, Snp.760;…

etarahi →

pts

…at present DN.i.29, DN.i.151, DN.i.179, DN.i.200; DN.ii.3; Ja.i.215 (opp. tadā), Ja.iii.82; Ja.vi.364 (instead of paccuppanna).

Sk. etarhi, cp….

eti →

pts

essati Ja.vi.190, Ja.vi.365, & ehiti Ja.ii.153; 2nd sg. ehisi Dhp.236 Dhp.369
pp ita

ettaka →

pts

…Ja.i.375 (nt. ettakaṃ); Ja.iii.80 (id.), Ja.iii.94 (˚ṃ dhanaṃ such great wealth); Mil.37 (pl.); Dhp-a.i.392, Dhp-a.i.396 (pl f….

etto →

pts

…of here Snp.448, Snp.875; Ja.i.223 (opp. ito), Ja.v.498; Pv.i.1#1 Pv.ii.10#4; Dhp-a.ii.80 (ito vā etto vā here & there); Pv-a.103.

in…

eva →

pts

…Ja.ii.129 Ja.ii.159; Ja.iv.3; Ja.vi.363. 3. After ṃ eva also takes the form of ñeva, mostly with assimilation of ṃ to ñ, viz. tañ…

evaṃ →

pts

…(evaṃ bhante, yes); Ja.i.222; Pv.ii.13#12 evaṃ etaṃ, just so) 2. thus (as follows) MN.i.483 (evaṃ me sutaṃ “thus have I heard”)…

eḷa →

pts

…“spitting”) we find at Ja.iii.347, where it is expld. as “eḷa-paggharantena mukhena eḷamūgaṃ” i.e. called eḷamūga…

eḷagalā →

pts

the plant Cassia Tora (cp. Sk. eḍagaja the ringworm-shrub, Cassia Alata, after Halāyudha), Ja.iii.222 (= kambojī C.).

dial.?

eḷaka →

pts

…its meaning seems uncertain.

?

Eḷaka2

a ram, a wild goat Snp.309; Vism.500 (in simile); Ja.i.166; Pp-a.233 (= urabbha)
■ f….

eḷāluka →

pts

Elāluka (Eḷāluka)

neuter a kind of cucumber(?) Vv.33#29; Ja.i.205; Ja.v.37; Dhp-a.i.278.

etym.?

eṇeyya →

pts

DN.iii.157; Ja.vi.537 sq., & Eṇeyyaka AN.i.48; AN.ii.122; Ja.v.155 Cnd.604 = eṇi.

eṇi →

pts

…only two foll. compounds: -jaṅgha “limbed like the antelope” (one of the physical characteristics of the Superman) DN.ii.17; DN.iii.143…

ga →

pts

…(= duggamana-ṭṭhāna Pv-a.102); Pv.ii.9#25; Ja.ii.385.

fr. gam

gabbha →

pts

…patiṭṭhito), Ja.i.134, Ja.ii.2; Ja.iv.482; MN.i.265; Mil.123 (gabbhassa avakkanti); Dhp-a.i.3, Dhp-a.i.47; Dhp-a.ii.261
■ Pv.i.6#7;…

gabbhinī →

pts

…SN.iii.202; Ja.i.151, Ja.i.290; Ja.iv.37; Pv.i.6#6; Pv-a.31, Pv-a.82: Vv-a.110 (-bhāva); in combination g˚ pāyamānā purisantaragatā…

gabbita →

pts

adjective proud, arrogant Ja.ii.340 (˚bhāva = issariya); Ja.iii.264 (˚sabhāva = dittasabhāva); Sum. V. on DN.iii.153 (= avamata).

gaccha →

pts

…puppha˚ a flowering shrub Ja.i.120; khuddaka˚-vana a wood of small shrubs Ja.v.37
■ Pv-a.274; Vv-a.301 (-gumba, brushwood, underwood);…

gacchati →

pts

…Vism.343; gacchāhi go then Ja.i.151, Ja.i.222; mā gami do not go away! Ja.iv.2; pl. mā gamittha Ja.i.263; gacchanto on his way Ja.i.255,…

gaddula →

pts

…strap SN.iii.150; Ja.ii.246; Ja.iii.204; fig, in taṇhā-gaddūla “the leash of thirst,” Nd ii.on jappā (taṇhā) = Dhs.1059 = Vb.361, cp….

gadrabha →

pts

…AN.i.229; Ja.ii.109, Ja.ii.110; Ja.v.453; DN-a.i.163
■ f. gadrabhī Ja.ii.340.

-bhāraka a donkey load…

gagana →

pts

…tale canda-maṇḍalaṃ Ja.iii.365; cando g˚ majjhe ṭhito Ja.v.137; cando gagane viya sobhati Vism.58; g˚ tale candaṃ viya Dhp-a.i.372;…

gaggara →

pts

…the sound of geese Ja.v.96 (expl. by haṃsamadhurassara).

Gaggarā as Name of a lake at Vism.208 See note on gala.

Vedic gargara…

gaggaraka →

pts

whirlpool, eddy Ja.v.405; according to Kern

Toevoegselen

s. v. a sort of fish (Sk. gargaraka Pimelodus Gagora); as gaggalaka at Mil.197.

fr….

gaha →

pts

…pabbajita or paribbājaka) Vin.i.115 (sagahaṭṭhā parisā an assembly in which laymen were present); SN.i.201; AN.iii.114, AN.iii.116,…

gahana →

pts

…SN.i.199 (rukkhamūla˚); Ja.i.7, Ja.i.158; Pv-a.5 (pabbata˚), Pv-a.43; Vv-a.230 (vana˚) 2. fig. imperviousness, entanglement,…

gahapati →

pts

…sg. of gahapati is ˚ino (Ja.i.92) as well as-issa (Vin.i.16; DN.iii.36). 3. Single cases of gahapatis, where g almost assumes the function of a…

gahapatika →

pts

…AN.i.110, Iti.111; Ja.i.83, Ja.i.152, Ja.i.267; Pv-a.22
■ paṇṇika g˚ “owner of a house of leaves” as nickname of a fruiterer…

gahaṇa →

pts

…Ja.iv.139; hattha˚ Ja.i.294; byanjana˚-lakkhaṇa Ne.27 gahaṇatthāya in order to get… Ja.i.279; Ja.ii.352. amhākaṃ g˚ sugahaṇaṃ…

gahaṇī →

pts

…expl. as kucchi DN-a.i.281) AN.i.163, AN.iii.154, AN.iii.223; Snp.p.115. Ja.i.2; duṭṭha-gahaṇika having a bad digestion Vin.i.206.

gahita →

pts

…AN.iii.178; Dhp.311; Ja.vi.307 sq.; sugahita (sic) easy to get Ja.i.222.

  • -bhāva (cittassa) the state of being…

gaja →

pts

an elephant Ja.iv.494; Mil.2, Mil.346; Dhs-a.295 (applied to a kind of thought).

-potaka the young of an elephant Pv-a.152 …

gajaka →

pts

Err:501

gajjati →

pts

…abhi˚); Ja.iv.25
caus gajjayati, ger. gajjayitvā (megho g˚ thanayitvā (megho g˚ thanayitvā pavassati Iti.66.

Sk. garjati, cp. gargara &…

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…

galaka →

pts

throat Ja.iii.481; Ja.iv.251.

gama →

pts

…Snp.221, Snp.606; Thag.1108; Ja.i.216 (cp. gamana); aghasi˚ id. Vv.16#1 (= vehāsaṃ Vv-a.78); nabhasi˚ going on clouds Snp.687; nibbāna…

gamana →

pts

…the state of having gone away Ja.ii.133;

  • -magga (pleonastic) the way Ja.i.202; Ja.i.279; *…

gambhīra →

pts

…of a road (full of swamps) Ja.i.196 2. fig of knowledge & wisdom: dhammo g. duddaso… MN.i.487; SN.i.136; Tathāgato g. appameyyo…

gamika →

pts

(and gamiya Ja.i.87) adjective going away, setting out for a journey (opp. āgantuka coming back) appl. to bhikkhus only: Vin.i.292 (˚ bhatta food…

gamma →

pts

…(sukhallikânuyoga, hedonist) Sdhp.254. Cp. pothujjanika

fr. gāma. Vedic gramya

gandha →

pts

…Vin.ii.123; Snp.401; Ja.i.50, Ja.i.291; Pv-a.62. The use of scented ointment (-vilepana & ālepa see compounds) is allowed to the Buddhist…

gandhabba →

pts

  1. a musician, a singer Ja.ii.249 sq.; Ja.iii.188; Vv-a.36, Vv-a.137.
  2. a Gandharva or heavenly musician, as a class (see…

gandhabbā →

pts

music, song Ja.ii.254; Vv-a.139; Mil.3; ˚ṃ karoti to make music Ja.ii.249; Ja.iii.188.

gandhika →

pts

(and ˚uja Pv.ii.1#20; Pv.ii.12#1)

  1. having perfume, fragrant, scentful, Ja.i.266 (su˚); Pv.ii.1#10 (= surabhigandha); Pv.ii.12#1 (sogandhiya);…

gandhin →

pts

…candana˚ of sandal wood Ja.iii.190; gūtha of˚ faeces Pv.ii.3#15 (= karīsavāyinī Pv-a). 2. dealing with scents a perfumer Pv-a.127 (=…

gandhina →

pts

in kule antimagandhina Ja.iv.34 (expl. by sabbapacchimaka) and gandhana in kula-gandhana Iti.64 see under *kula*˚.

gandhāra →

pts

…in gandhārī vijjā Name of a magical charm DN.i.213; at Ja.iv.498 it renders one invisible.

gantha →

pts

…Snp.857, Snp.912; Nd ii.on jappā (taṇhā); Dhp.211; Pts.i.129; Dhs.1059, Dhs.1472 Vb.18, Vb.24, Vb.55, Vb.65, Vb.77, Vb.117, Vb.120; Ne.31,…

ganthati →

pts

…to mix, to prepare Ja.iv.361
pp ganthita tied, bound, fettered catūhi ganthehi g˚ Pts.i.129
grd…

gantheti →

pts

…to mix, to prepare Ja.iv.361
pp ganthita tied, bound, fettered catūhi ganthehi g˚ Pts.i.129
grd…

garahati →

pts

…Dhp.30 (pamādo); Snp.313; Ja.v.453; Mil.288 (dasa puggalā g.). agarahita blameless faultless Pv-a.89 (= anindita, Pv-a.131)
■ See also…

garahā →

pts

…Snp.141; Ja.i.10 (garahapaṭicchādanabhāva preventing all occasion for finding fault); Ja.i.132 (garaha-bhaya-bhīta for fear of blame),…

garu →

pts

…a load SN.iii.26; Ja.i.196 (= bhārika); Ja.vi.420; Dhp-a.i.48; Sdhp.494 (rūpagarubhāra the heavy load of “form”). Compar….

garuka →

pts

somewhat heavy.

  1. lit. Ja.i.134 (of the womb in pregnancy); Dhp.310; Mil.102. Usually coupled & contrasted with; lahuka, light:…

gata →

pts

…gato he went to his domicile Ja.i.280; Ja.ii.160; nāvā Aggimālaṃ gatā the ship went to Aggimālā Ja.iv.139. 2. in applied meaning: gone in a…

gataka →

pts

messenger Ja.i.86.

gathita →

pts

…pasuto siyā Snp.940
■ Ja.iv.5 (= giddha); Ja.v.274 (gedhita for pagiddha); Pv-a.262 (gadhita as expln of giddha)-agathita…

gati →

pts

…loka (sugatiṃ, etc. uppajjati) DN.i.143; AN.i.97; Ja.i.152. parammaraṇā sugati pāṭikankhā Iti.24; suggatiṃ gata Dhp.18; sugati pāpehi…

gatin →

pts

…river flows crooked“ Ja.i.289. 2. having a certain gati, fated destined, esp. in su˚ & dug˚: samparāye suggatī going to a happy…

gatta →

pts

…(id.); MN.i.80 = MN.i.246; Ja.i.61 (lālākilinna˚); Snp.1001 (honti gattesu mahāpurisalakkhaṇā), Snp.1017, Snp.1019; Pv.iii.9#1 (=…

gava →

pts

…fierce towards cows Pp.47; -pāna milky rice pudding Ja.i.33-(˚m)pati “lord of cows,” a bull Snp.26, Snp.27 (usabha).

gavacchita →

pts

furnished with netting (?) (Hardy in Index) Vv-a.276, of a carriage (= suvaṇṇajālavitata).

gavaja →

pts

see gavaya.

gavaya →

pts

(and gavaja) a species of ox, the gayal Ja.v.406. (˚ja = khagga) Mil.149; Dhs-a.331.

Sk. gavaya, cp. gavala, buffalo

gavesaka →

pts

˚Gavesaka

adjective from next looking for, seeking Ja.i.176 (kāraṇa˚); Ja.ii.3 (aguṇa˚).

gavesati →

pts

…Cnd.2, Cnd.70, Cnd.427; Ja.i.4, Ja.i.61; Mil.326; Pv-a.187, Pv-a.202 (aor. gavesi = vicini); Bdhd 53 In Nd ii.always in combination esati…

gayha →

pts

…Dhp-a.ii.29; Dhp-a.iii.119; Pv-a.4. As gayhūpakaṃ at Ja.iv.219.

grd. of gayhati; Vedic grāhya

gayhaka →

pts

…= gayha one who is to be taken (prisoner), in ˚niyyamāna id. SN.i.143 = Ja.iii.361 (expl. as karamaragāhaṃ gahetvā niyyamāna; cp….

gaḷa →

pts

…broken; expl. p. Ja.iv.497 by madaṃ gaḷantā); Snp.61 (? variant reading gaṇḍa). 3. a hook, a fishhook Snp.61 (?), expl. at…

gaḷati →

pts

…lohitena gaḷati); Ja.iv.497 (madaṃ), Ja.iv.3 (lohitaṃ g.); Ja.v.472 (do. variant reading paggharati); Pv.iv.5#3 (assukāni g.). 2. to…

gaḷita →

pts

rough, in a˚ smooth Ja.v.203, Ja.v.206 (+ mudu & akakkasa); Ja.vi.64.

gaṇa →

pts

…(˚parivuta) 3. dvija˚ Ja.i.152 dija˚ Pv.ii.12#4; sakuṇa˚, of birds Ja.i.207; Ja.ii.352; go˚ of cows AN.i.229; AN.v.347, AN.v.359;…

gaṇanā →

pts

…up, arithmetic, number Ja.i.29; Vism.278 sq.; Mil.79; Vv-a.194. 2. counting, census, statistics; Tikap. 94; Ja.i.35; Mil.4 (senā ˚ṃ…

gaṇeti →

pts

…MN.iii.1. 2. to regard, to take notice of, to consider, to care for Ja.i.300 Ja.iv.267.

denom. to gaṇa Dhtp.574: sankhyāne

gaṇhati →

pts

…khaggaṃ to seize the sword Ja.i.254 Ja.i.255; gocaraṃ to take food Ja.iii.275; jane to seize people Ja.i.253; dhanaṃ to grasp the treasure…

gaṇhāti →

pts

…khaggaṃ to seize the sword Ja.i.254 Ja.i.255; gocaraṃ to take food Ja.iii.275; jane to seize people Ja.i.253; dhanaṃ to grasp the treasure…

gaṇikā →

pts

…Mil.122; Dhp-a.iii.104; Vv-a.75 (Sirimā); Pv-a.195, Pv-a.199
■ Customs of a gaṇikā Ja.iv.249; Ja.v.134
■ Cp….

gaṇin →

pts

…large species of deer Ja.v.406 (= gokaṇṇa).

gaṇḍa →

pts

…of a plant-˚tindu-rukkha Ja.v.99 and in der. gaṇḍikā & gaṇḍī, cp. also Av. SN.ii.133#2. 3. = gaṇḍuppāda in cpd. gaṇḍamattikā…

gaṇḍamba →

pts

…katvā Ja.i.77; Ja.iv.263 sq.; DN-a.i.57; Pv-a.137; Mil.349 Dāvs v.54. Also at Dhp-a.iii.207 in play of words with…

gaṇḍikā →

pts

…a shaft (cp. gaṇḍī) Ja.i.474; Dhs-a.319 (of the branches of trees: g˚-ākoṭana-sadda) 2. a lump, a block of wood (more freq. spelling…

gaṇḍin →

pts

…chest, i.e. breasts Ja.v.159 Ja.v.202 (thane sandhāyâha Ja.v.205). 2. having boils, being afflicted with a glandular disease (with kuṭṭhin…

gaṇḍusa →

pts

mouthful Ja.i.249 (khīra˚). Ganhati & Ganhati;

cp. Sk. gaṇḍūṣa

gaṇḍī →

pts

…“sign with the gong” Ja.iv.306. 3. the executioner’s block (= gaṇḍikā or gaṇṭhikā) Ja.iii.41.

= gaṇḍikā in meaning 1;…

gaṇṭhi →

pts

…in a stalk (of a plant) Ja.i.172; DN-a.i.163; Dhp-a.i.321 (˚jātaṃ what has be come knotty or hard)
■ diṭṭhi-gaṇṭhi the…

gaṇṭhikā →

pts

…a block for execution Ja.i.150 (variant reading gaṇḍikā). 3. Name of a plant Pv-a.127
■ ucchugaṇṭhikā sugar cane: see…

geha →

pts

…the household Ja.i.145, Ja.i.266, Ja.i.290; Ja.ii.18, Ja.ii.103, Ja.ii.110, Ja.ii.155 Ja.vi.367; Vism.593; Pv-a.22, Pv-a.62, Pv-a.73,…

geṇḍuka →

pts

…against the ground) Ja.iv.30; Vism.143 (pahaṭa-citra˚) = Dhs-a.116 (where wrongly pahaṭṭha-citta-bheṇḍuka); Ja.v.196…

ghaccā →

pts

destruction (usually -˚) DN.iii.67 (mūla˚); Ja.i.176 (sakuṇa˚).

fr. hanati, han and ghan

ghamma →

pts

…overcome by heat); Snp.353; Ja.iv.239; Ja.v.3
■ Or. in cpd. with -abhitatta (ghammâbhitatta, overpowered by heat) MN.i.74; DN.ii.266;…

ghana →

pts

…paṭhavī (solid ground) Ja.i.74; Pv-a.75; palāsa (foliage) Pv-a.113; buddharasmiyo Ja.i.12; ˚maṃsa solid, pure flesh Dhp-a.i.80;…

ghara →

pts

…Ja.i.290 (id. gharato), Ja.iv.2, Ja.iv.364, Ja.iv.492 (ayo˚); Pp.57; Mil.47. combined with vatthu Pv-a.3, Pv-a.17
■ sūcighara a…

ghasati →

pts

to eat Ja.iii.210; ppr. ghasamāna Vin.ii.201; Thag.749
■ Cp ghasa, ghasta & ghāsa. See also jaddhu. Desid jighacchati.

Vedic grasati &…

ghasta →

pts

only in vanka˚ having eaten or swallowed the hook (cp. grasta-vanka) DN.ii.266 (v-g˚ va ambujo); Ja.vi.113.

pp. of ghasati = Sk. grasta

ghata →

pts

…fire (fire as eating ghee, or being sprinkled w. ghee) ghatāsana; Ja.i.472; Ja.v.64, Ja.v.446; Pv.i.8#5 (ghatasitta).

Vedic ghṛta,…

ghaṃsati →

pts

…(= ghasituṃ? to next?) Ja.i.216; Ja.vi.331
caus ghaṃsāpeti to rub against, to allow to be rubbed or crushed Vin.ii.266. Cp. upani˚,…

ghaṇṭā →

pts

small bell (cp. kinkanikā) Ja.iv.215; Vv-a.36, Vv-a.37, Vv-a.279 (khuddaka˚). As ghaṇṭī at Vism.181.

ghaṭa →

pts

…padīpo viya upanissayo pajjalati) Ja.i.235 (cp. kuṭa), Pv-a.38. Used as a drum Ja.vi.277 (= kumbhathūna); as bhadda Sdhp.319, Sdhp.329.

*…

ghaṭaka →

pts

…of…

ghaṭati →

pts

…for vāy˚); Pp.51; or yuñjati gh˚ vāy˚ Ja.iv.131
■ Sdhp.426, Sdhp.450.

Sk. ghaṭate, to granth, cp. ganthati. The Dhtp gives two…

ghaṭeti →

pts

…ghaṭetvā adding the connection (between one rebirth & another) Ja.i.220, Ja.i.308.

Denom. fr. ghaṭa2, cp. gantheti

ghaṭikā →

pts

…of a branch a twig Ja.i.331; Ja.iv.87 (khadira˚); Ja.vi.331; Thig.499 (= khaṇḍa Thag-a.290). upadhānaghaṭikā Ja.iii.179 (belonging to the…

ghaṭī →

pts

…rice boiled in a jar Dhp-a.i.426;

  • -kaṭāha a water pot, or rather a bowl for gathering alms (cp….

ghaṭṭa →

pts

…the ceiling)“; of uncertain meaning (“beating”?) at Ja.i.454 (variant reading for T. ghota).

ghaṭṭana →

pts

…combination, composition Ja.i.220; Pv-a.312, etc. 2. striking, fig. insulting (ghaṭṭana = āsajjana) Vv-a.55. To meaning “strike” cp….

ghaṭṭeti →

pts

…Snp.48 (= saṃ˚ Cnd.233); Ja.i.218; Pv.iv.10#9 (= paṭihaṃsati Pv-a.271); DN-a.i.256 (= khuṃseti); Dhp-a.i.251 2. fig AN.iii.343; Snp.847…

ghosaka →

pts

…in dhamma˚ praising the Law Ja.ii.286; Satthu guṇa sounding the praise of the Master Dhp-a.iii.114. As n Name of a deva (Gh. devaputta)…

ghosanā →

pts

fame, renown, praise, in Māra˚ Ja.i.71.

ghosavant →

pts

adjective full of sound, roaring Ja.iii.189.

ghoseti →

pts

…wail, shout Ja.ii.112; Ja.iii.52; Pv.ii.9#37 (= uggh˚); Pv.iv.6#3; pp. ghosita & ghuṭṭha (q.v.)
caus ghosāpeti

ghota →

pts

is read at Ja.i.454, probably for ghaṭṭa; meaning is “striking, stroke,” combined with kasā, whip.

ghoṭaka →

pts

(bad) horse Ja.vi.452.

cp. Sk. ghoṭaka, Halāyudha 2, 281

ghuru-ghuru →

pts

…puffing SN.i.117 (of Māra); Ja.i.160 (of sleeping bhikkhus gh˚ kākacchamānā breathing loud & snoring) Cp. next.

gṛ-gṛ to; *gel or…

ghurughurāyati →

pts

to snore Ja.iii.538; Dhp-a.i.307. Cp. Prk. ghurughuranti varāhā (grunting hogs) & ghurukkanti vagghā (roaring tigers).

Denom. fr. prec.

ghuṭṭha →

pts

…Ja.i.50 (of festival), Ja.i.425 (nakkhattaṃ); Ja.ii.248 (ussava); Pv.ii.8#2 (dūra˚ of wide renown, world-famed of Bārāṇasī);…

ghāsa →

pts

…for fodder, pasturing: food Ja.i.511 (˚ṃ kurute); Pv-a.173 (˚atthāya gacchati “go feeding”) Mostly in: -esana search for food (=…

ghāta →

pts

…brigandage, “waylaying” Ja.i.253. Thig.474, Thig.493 (= samugghāta Com.); Snp.246 (ina˚) Vv-a.72 (pāṇa˚ + pāṇa-vadha & ˚atipāta)….

ghātaka →

pts

…a bull-slaughterer MN.i.244, etc. (see go) cora˚ an executioner or hangman Ja.iii.41; Pp.56; Pv-a.5
■ (nt.) brigandage,…

ghāteti →

pts

…Mhvs.vii.36
aor aghātayi Ja.i.254; ger. ghātetvā Ja.i.166
caus ghātāpeti to have somebody killed Ja.iv.124
■ Cp. ghacca, ghātita…

ghātikā →

pts

to ghātaka) murder Ja.i.176 sq.

ghātimant →

pts

adjective able to strike, able to pierce (of a needle), in ghana˚ going through hard material easily Ja.iii.282.

ghātin →

pts

adjective noun killing; a murderer Ja.i.168 (pāṇa˚); Ja.vi.67 (ghātimhi = ghātake).

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

ghāyati →

pts

…SN.iv.74 or ghāyitvā Ja.i.210 (jālagandhaṃ); Ja.iii.52 (macchagandhaṃ); Mil.347. Cp. sāyati & upagghāyati.

Sk. ghrāti & jighrati,…

giddhi →

pts

…and giddhilobhin)); Ja.v.343 Der. giddhikatā (f. abstr. = Sk. gṛdhnutā) greed Vb.351 (variant reading gedhi˚).

cp. Sk. gṛdhyā or…

giddhimā →

pts

adjective from giddhi greedy, full of greed Ja.v.464 (rasa˚).

gihin →

pts

…(opp. pabbajita & paribbājaka). Geu. sg. gihissa (DN.iii.147, DN.iii.167) & gihino (DN.iii.174); n. pl. gihī; in compounds *gihī˚ &…

gijjha →

pts

…desirous of (-˚) kāma˚ Ja.i.210 (cp. giddha); cp. paṭi˚.

  • -kūṭa “Vulture’s Peak” Np. of a hill near…

gilati →

pts

…lohagulaṃ Dhp.371
■ Ja.iii.338; Mil.106
pp gilita: gilitabaḷisa having swallowed the hook SN.iv.159. Cp. ud˚, o˚,…

gilāna →

pts

…AN.v.72 sq. Ja.i.150; Ja.ii.395; Ja.iii.392; Pv-a.14; Vv-a.76.

-ālaya pretence of illness Ja.vi.262….

gilānaka →

pts

adjective

  1. ill (= gilāna) AN.iii.142.
  2. fit for an illness (bhesajja medicine) Mil.74.

gini →

pts

…made → extinguished); Ja.iv.26. Note. The occurrence of two phonetic representatives of one Vedic form (one by diaeresis & one by…

giri →

pts

J.P.T.S. 1884, 79 to vaja “a pen,” cp Marāthī vraja “a station of cowherds,” Hindi vraja “a cow-pen”; the Vedic giribhraj˚…

girā →

pts

…giraṃ) Ja.ii.134.

Vedic gir & gēr, song; gṛṇāti to praise, announce gūrti praise = Lat. grates “grace”; to *ger

giñjakā →

pts

brick, in -āvasatha a house of bricks, as N pl. “the Brick Hall” DN.i.91; Vin.i.232; MN.i.205.

giṅgamaka →

pts

(variant reading BB kinkamaka) a sort of ornament Ja.vi.590.

go →

pts

…(collect.) cattle Ja.i.194 Ja.iv.173; Mil.396 (bull); -lakkhaṇa fortune telling from cows DN.i.9≈;…

godhaka →

pts

kind of bird Ja.vi.358.

godhā →

pts

…cp. DN-a.i.94); Ja.ii.118; Ja.iii.52; Ja.iii.538; Dhp-a.iii.420. As godha (m.) at Ja.v.489. Dimin. golikā at Ja.ii.147.

Sk….

gopita →

pts

adjective protected, guarded, watched (lit. & fig.) Ja.vi.367; Mil.345; Snp-a.116 (˚indriya guttindriya); Sdhp.398.

pp. of gopeti

gopphaka →

pts

the ankle Vin.iv.112; AN.iv.102; Ja.v.472; Dhp-a.ii.80, Dhp-a.ii.214; Snp-a.ii.230.

Dem. of goppha = Sk. gulpha

gopānasī →

pts

…bent like a rafter (nārī) Ja.iii.395

  • -vaṅka (gopānasi˚) as crooked as a rafter (of old people cp. BSk….

gotrabhū →

pts

…of the worldlings (puthujjanā), but of the Ariyas, having Nibbāna as his aim. It occurs in a supplementary Sutta in the Majjhima (MN.iii.256),…

gotta →

pts

…Snp.423; jāti gotta kula Ja.ii.3; jātiyā gottena bhogena sadisa “equal in rank lineage & wealth” Dhp-a.ii.218
■ evaṃ-gotta (adj….

gottā →

pts

gottī protectress Ja.v.329.

n. ag. to gopeti = Sk. goptṛ

goṇa →

pts

…SN.iv.195 sq.; Ja.i.194 Ja.iv.67; Pv.i.8#2; Pv-a.39, Pv-a.40; Vv-a.63 (for ploughing) DN-a.i.163; Dhp-a.iii.60. -sira wild ox…

goṇaka →

pts

…dīghalomako mahākojavo; caturangulādhikāni kira tassa lomāni) DN.i.7≈; SN.iii.144; Ja.v.506; Pv.ii.12#8 Thig.378 (+ tūlika);…

goṭaviya →

pts

(goṭavisa Text) variant reading Ja.vi.225, part of a boat, the poop (expl. ib. p. Ja.vi.226 by nāvāya pacchimabandho).

guggula →

pts

kind of perfume Ja.vi.537.

?

guhā →

pts

…Snp.772, Snp.958; Ja.ii.418; Ja.vi.574; Vv.50#16.

  • -āsaya hiding in the heart; or the shelter of the heart AN.iv.98…

gumba →

pts

…(gaccha˚ underwood); Ja.i.149, Ja.i.167; Ja.ii.19; Ja.iii.55; Ja.iv.438; Vv-a.63, Vv-a.66 Cp. pagumba = gumba, in vana˚ Snp.233 (see…

guru →

pts

…reverend, a teacher Vv-a.229, Vv-a.230 (˚dakkhiṇā a teacher’s fee); Pv-a.3 (˚janā venerable persons) Sdhp.227 (˚ûpadesa),…

gutta →

pts

…(expl. Dhp-a.iii.282: dhammojapaññāya samannāgata) cp. dhammagutta SN.i.222.

  • -indriya one whose senses are guarded;…

guñjā →

pts

plant (Abrus precatorius); the redness of its berries is referred to in similes; Dhp-a.iv.133 (˚vaṇṇāni akkhīni). See also jiñjuka.

guḷa →

pts

…chain of flowers, a garland Ja.i.73, Ja.i.54; puppha˚; id. Dhp.172 Dhp.233.

for guṇa2, due to distance dissimilation in…

guḷika →

pts

…of jewels, a pearl necklace Ja.iii.184 (variant reading BB for ˚guḷa); Ja.iv.256; Vism.285 (+ muttā-guḷikā).

to guḷa3 =…

guḷā →

pts

swelling, pimple, pustule, blight, in 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 otherwise correct) = g …

guṇa →

pts

…quality, advantage, merit Ja.i.266 Ja.ii.112; Ja.iii.55, Ja.iii.82
■ lobha˚ Snp.663; sādhu˚ Snp.678 sīla˚ Ja.i.213; Ja.ii.112;…

guṇi →

pts

kind of armour Ja.vi.449 (g. vuccate kavacaṃ C.); see Kern,

Toevoegselen

p. 132.

of adj. guṇin, having guṇas or guḷas, i.e. strings or…

guṇṭhika →

pts

…under ahi or Ja.ii.267; Ja.iii.348 (text ˚guṇḍika); Ja.iv.308 (ahi-kuṇḍika, variant reading SS guṇṭhika), Ja.iv.456 (text…

gādha →

pts

…SN.iv.206; ˚ṃ labhate Ja.vi.440 (= patiṭṭhā). Cp. o˚, paṭi˚.

Sk. gāḷha firm Dhtp.167 “paṭiṭṭhāyaṃ” cp. also Sk….

gāha →

pts

…give up a preconceived idea Ja.ii.387. 2. 1. (adj.) act. holding: rasmi˚ holding the reins Dhp.222; dabbi˚ holding the spoons Pv.ii.9#53 (=…

gāhaka →

pts

adjective f. gāhikā holding (-˚) chatta˚ Snp.688; Dāvs ii.119; katacchu˚ Pv-a.135; cāmarī˚ Ja.vi.218 Cp. saṃ˚.

gāhi →

pts

Imper. pres. of gāyati Ja.iii.507.

gāhin →

pts

adjective (-˚) grasping, taking up, striving after, ādhāna˚ DN.iii.247; udaka˚ Ja.i.5; piya˚ Dhp.209; nimitta˚ anubyañjana˚ etc.

gāhāpeti →

pts

… ger gāhāpetvā Ja.i.166; Ja.ii.127; Ja.iii.281; Dhp-a.i.62 (patta-cīvaraṃ) With double acc. mahājanaṃ kathaṃ g˚ made people…

gāma →

pts

…in the midst of the v. Ja.i.199 Ja.vi.332; -vara an excellent v. SN.i.97; Ja.i.138; -vāsin the…

gāmaka →

pts

…Ja.i.199 (Macala˚), Ja.i.253; Ja.iv.431 (cora˚); Pv-a.67 (Iṭṭhakāvatī and Dīgharājī) Dhp-a.ii.25 (dvāra˚). 2. a villager…

gāmaṇī →

pts

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

gāmika →

pts

…[to gam ] adj. going wandering, travelling (-˚) Ja.ii.112.

to gāma

gārava →

pts

…respectfully DN.ii.155; Ja.i.465. applied to the terms of address bhante & bhaddante Pv-a.33, Pv-a.121, & āyasmā (see cpd. ˚adhivacana) …

gārayha →

pts

…mosalla