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māra, 434 találat.

māra →

bodhirasa

death, Death personified, evil one

SNP 65 kappa māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 10

etad'aññāya ye satā, diṭṭhadhamm'ābhinibbutā, na te māra-vasānugā, na te mārassa paddhagū'ti.

SN 35.240 kummopamasuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, bhikkhave, tumhe'pi māro pāpimā satataṃ samitaṃ paccupaṭṭhito, app'eva nām'āhaṃ imesaṃ cakkhuto vā otāraṃ labheyyaṃ

māra →

dppn

…to those ascribed to the Māra of Gotama’s day. According to the sutta, Māradevaputta was evidently regarded as a being of great power, with…

mara →

pts

adjective dying; only neg. amara not dying, immortal, in phrase ajarāmara free from decay death Thig.512; Pv.ii.6#11. See also amara.

fr. mṛ.

māra →

pts

…SN.i.103 sq. (the famous Māra-Saṃyutta: see Windisch Māra & Buddha;); Mnd.439; Dhp-a.iv.71 (Māravatthu & freq
■ See e.g. Snp.32,…

antarāmaraṇa →

bodhirasa

premature death, untimely death

APA 393 pilindavaccha therāpadānaṃ

satthena vā visena vā, vihesam'pi na kubbate, antarāmaraṇaṃ n'atthi, tesaṃ nissandato mama.

bhamara →

bodhirasa

bee, bumblebee

DHP 48 pupphavaggo

yathā'pi bhamaro pupphaṃ, vaṇṇagandham'aheṭhayaṃ, paleti rasam'ādāya, evaṃ gāme munī care.

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

tasmiṃ samaye mūlato paṭṭhāya yāva aggasākhā sabbaṃ ekapāliphullaṃ ahosi, sākhantarehi c'eva pupphantarehi ca pañcavaṇṇā bhamara-gaṇā nānappakārā ca sakuṇasaṅghā madhurassarena vikūjantā vicaranti.

bhamaragaṇa →

bodhirasa

swarm of bees

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

tasmiṃ samaye mūlato paṭṭhāya yāva aggasākhā sabbaṃ ekapāliphullaṃ ahosi, sākhantarehi c'eva pupphantarehi ca pañcavaṇṇā bhamaragaṇā nānappakārā ca sakuṇasaṅghā madhurassarena vikūjantā vicaranti.

cāmara →

bodhirasa

yak’s tail used as a whisk (symbol of prestige)

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

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

dhammarakkhita →

bodhirasa

protected by religion

AN 10.176 cundasuttaṃ

yā tā māturakkhitā piturakkhitā mātāpiturakkhitā bhāturakkhitā bhaginirakkhitā ñātirakkhitā gottarakkhitā dhammarakkhitā sasāmikā saparidaṇḍā antamaso mālāguḷaparikkhittāpi

dhammarasa →

bodhirasa

taste of the Dhamma, flavour of the Dhamma

DHP 354 taṇhāvaggo

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

dhammarata →

bodhirasa

lover of the teaching, devoted to the Dhamma

DHP 364 bhikkhuvaggo

dhamm'ārāmo dhammarato, dhammaṃ anuvicintayaṃ, dhammaṃ anussaraṃ bhikkhu, saddhammā na parihāyati.

dhammarati →

bodhirasa

delight in the Dhamma, love for the Dhamma

DHP 354 taṇhāvaggo

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

dhammarāja →

bodhirasa

just king, righteous ruler

DN 2.32 sāmaññaphalasuttaṃ

khat'āyaṃ, bhikkhave, rājā. upahat'āyaṃ, bhikkhave, rājā. sac'āyaṃ, bhikkhave, rājā pitaraṃ dhammikaṃ dhammarājānaṃ jīvitā na voropessatha, imasmiññ'eva āsane virajaṃ vītamalaṃ dhammacakkhuṃ uppajjissathā'ti.

dhammārāma →

bodhirasa

who takes pleasure in the Dhamma, who lives in the Dhamma

DHP 364 bhikkhuvaggo

dhamm'ārāmo dhammarato, dhammaṃ anuvicintayaṃ, dhammaṃ anussaraṃ bhikkhu, saddhammā na parihāyati.

jarāmaraṇa →

bodhirasa

old age and death

SN 12.2 vibhaṅgasuttaṃ

katamañ'ca, bhikkhave, jarāmaraṇaṃ? yā tesaṃ tesaṃ sattānaṃ tamhi tamhi sattanikāye jarā jīraṇatā khaṇḍiccaṃ pāliccaṃ valittacatā āyuno saṃhāni indriyānaṃ paripāko, ayaṃ vuccati jarā.

SN 12.65 nagarasuttaṃ

tassa mayhaṃ bhikkhave etad'ahosi, kimhi nu kho sati jarāmaraṇaṃ hoti kiṃpaccayā jarāmaraṇan'ti

jātijarāmaraṇiya →

bodhirasa

leading to birth old age and death

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

bāhitāssa honti pāpakā akusalā dhammā saṃkilesikā ponobbhavikā sadarā dukkhavipākā āyatiṃ jātijarāmaraṇiyā

jātimaraṇa →

bodhirasa

birth and death

AN 4.49 vipallāsasuttaṃ

te yogayuttā mārassa, ayogakkhemino janā, sattā gacchanti saṃsāraṃ, jātimaraṇa-gāmino.

kammāra →

bodhirasa

smith, metal worker

DHP 239 malavaggo

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

SNP 54 sāriputtasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 16

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

komāra →

bodhirasa

juvenile, youthful

VIN 4.8.205 rājagahaseṭṭhi vatthu

atha kho jīvako komāra-bhacco seṭṭhiṃ gahapatiṃ mañcake nipātetvā sambandhitvā sīsacchaviṃ uppāṭetvā sibbiniṃ vināmetvā dve pāṇake nīharitvā mahājanassa dassesi.

komārabhacca →

bodhirasa

paediatrician, personal name, lit. nurturing the youthful

VIN 4.8.205 rājagahaseṭṭhi vatthu

atha kho jīvako komārabhacco seṭṭhiṃ gahapatiṃ mañcake nipātetvā sambandhitvā sīsacchaviṃ uppāṭetvā sibbiniṃ vināmetvā dve pāṇake nīharitvā mahājanassa dassesi.

kumāra →

bodhirasa

youngster, young boy

DN 14.3 mahāpadānasuttaṃ

ayañ'hi, deva, kumāro nigrodhaparimaṇḍalo yāvatakv'assa kāyo tāvatakvassa byāmo, yāvatakv'assa byāmo, tāvatakvassa kāyo

kumāra →

bodhirasa

prince

JAa 1.3.6 mahiḷāmukha jātakavaṇṇanā

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

kāmarati →

bodhirasa

delight in sensual pleasure, enjoying sex

DHP 27 appamādavaggo

mā pamādam'anuyuñjetha, mā kāmarati-santhavaṃ, appamatto hi jhāyanto, pappoti vipulaṃ sukhaṃ.

API 19 uppalavaṇṇā therīapadānaṃ

sattisūl'ūpamā kāmā, khandhāsaṃ adhikuṭṭanā, yaṃ tvaṃ kāmaratiṃ brūsi, aratī dāni sā mama.

kāmaratisanthava →

bodhirasa

intimacy with the delight of sensual pleasure, close association with sexual pleasure

DHP 27 appamādavaggo

mā pamādam'anuyuñjetha, mā kāmaratisanthavaṃ, appamatto hi jhāyanto, pappoti vipulaṃ sukhaṃ.

kāmarāga →

bodhirasa

passion for sensual pleasure, sensual desire, sensual pleasure

SN 46.55 saṅgāravasuttaṃ

yasmiṃ kho, brāhmaṇa, samaye kāmarāga-pariyuṭṭhitena cetasā viharati kāmarāgaparetena, uppannassa ca kāmarāgassa nissaraṇaṃ yathābhūtaṃ nappajānāti

SN 22.102 aniccasaññāsuttaṃ

evam'eva kho bhikkhave aniccasaññā bhāvitā bahulīkatā sabbaṃ kāmarāgaṃ pariyādiyati sabbaṃ rūparāgaṃ pariyādiyati sabbaṃ bhavarāgaṃ pariyādiyati sabbaṃ avijjaṃ pariyādiyati sabbaṃ asmimānaṃ samūhanati.

kāsāvamarahati →

bodhirasa

worthy of the monk’s robe, lit. worthy of the brown red robe

DHP 9 yamakavaggo

anikkasāvo kāsāvaṃ, yo vatthaṃ paridahissati, apeto damasaccena, na so kāsāvam'arahati.

DHP 10 yamakavaggo

yo ca vantakasāvassa, sīlesu susamāhito, upeto damasaccena, sa ve kāsāvam'arahati.

marati →

bodhirasa

dies, is killed

VISM 1.9.2 karuṇā bhāvanā kathā

aññadatthu, ayaṃ varāko idāni marissati, yaṃ yad'eva hi ayaṃ padaṃ nikkhipati, tena tena santike maraṇassa hotī'ti taṃ jano karuṇāyati.

JAa 7 kaṭṭhahāri jātakavaṇṇanā

deva, idāni ṭhapetvā saccakiriyaṃ añño mama sakkhi n'atthi, sac'āyaṃ dārako tumhe paṭicca jāto, ākāse tiṭṭhatu, no ce, bhūmiyaṃ patitvā maratū'ti bodhisattassa pāde gahetvā ākāse khipi.

maraṇa →

bodhirasa

death

SN 12.63 puttamaṃsūpamasuttaṃ

evañ'hi, bhikkhave, tassa purisassa hoti, imaṃ c'āhaṃ aṅgārakāsuṃ papatissāmi, tatonidānaṃ maraṇaṃ vā nigacchāmi maraṇamattaṃ vā dukkhan'ti

SNP 44 jarāsuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 6

maraṇena'pi taṃ pahīyati, yaṃ puriso mamidanti maññati, etam'pi viditvā paṇḍito, na mamattāya nametha māmako.

maraṇabhaya →

bodhirasa

fear of death

JAa 14 vātamiga jātakavaṇṇanā

mige anto paviṭṭhe dvāraṃ pidahiṃsu. migo manusse disvā kampamāno maraṇabhaya-tajjito antonivesanaṅgaṇe ādhāvati paridhāvati.

maraṇabhayatajjita →

bodhirasa

startled by fear of death

JAa 14 vātamiga jātakavaṇṇanā

mige anto paviṭṭhe dvāraṃ pidahiṃsu. migo manusse disvā kampamāno maraṇabhayatajjito antonivesanaṅgaṇe ādhāvati paridhāvati.

maraṇadhamma →

bodhirasa

liable to die, of a nature to die, lit. death nature

AN 5.57 abhiṇhapaccavekkhitabbaṭhānasuttaṃ

maraṇadhammo'mhi, maraṇaṃ anatīto'ti abhiṇhaṃ paccavekkhitabbaṃ itthiyā vā purisena vā gahaṭṭhena vā pabbajitena vā.

maraṇakāla →

bodhirasa

time of death

SN 46.3 sīlasuttaṃ

katame satta phalā satt'ānisaṃsā? diṭṭh'eva dhamme paṭikacca aññaṃ ārādheti. no ce diṭṭh'eva dhamme paṭikacca aññaṃ ārādheti, atha maraṇakāle aññaṃ ārādheti.

maraṇamatta →

bodhirasa

deadly, close to death, near to death, lit. death measure

SN 12.63 puttamaṃsūpamasuttaṃ

evañ'hi, bhikkhave, tassa purisassa hoti, imaṃ c'āhaṃ aṅgārakāsuṃ papatissāmi, tatonidānaṃ maraṇaṃ vā nigacchāmi maraṇamattaṃ vā dukkhan'ti

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

so rāg'ānuddhaṃsitena cittena maraṇaṃ vā nigaccheyya maraṇamattaṃ vā dukkhaṃ.

maraṇanta →

bodhirasa

ending in death, culminating in death

DHP 148 jarāvaggo

parijiṇṇam'idaṃ rūpaṃ, roganīḷaṃ pabhaṅguraṃ, bhijjati pūtisandeho, maraṇ'antañ'hi jīvitaṃ.

maraṇavaṇṇa →

bodhirasa

beauty of death, praise of death, advantage of death

VIN 1.1.3 tatiya pārājikaṃ

yo pana bhikkhu sañcicca manussaviggahaṃ jīvitā voropeyya satthahārakaṃ v'āssa pariyeseyya maraṇavaṇṇaṃ vā saṃvaṇṇeyya maraṇāya vā samādapeyya

māra pāpimantu →

bodhirasa

Mara the Wicked, Evil Death

SN 35.240 kummopamasuttaṃ

yato tumhe, bhikkhave, indriyesu guttadvārā viharissatha, atha tumhehi'pi māro pāpimā nibbijja pakkamissati, otāraṃ alabhamāno, kummamhā'va siṅgālo'ti.

mārabandhana →

bodhirasa

Mara’s bond, shackles of death

DHP 37 cittavaggo

dūraṅgamaṃ ekacaraṃ, asarīraṃ guhāsayaṃ, ye cittaṃ saṃyamessanti, mokkhanti mārabandhanā.

DHP 276 maggavaggo

tumhehi kiccam'ātappaṃ, akkhātāro tathāgatā, paṭipannā pamokkhanti, jhāyino mārabandhanā.

māradheyya →

bodhirasa

Mara’s realm, sphere of death, power of death

DHP 34 cittavaggo

vārijo'va thale khitto, okam'okata'ubbhato, pariphandat'idaṃ cittaṃ, māradheyyaṃ pahātave.

MN 106 āneñjasappāyasuttaṃ

yā ca diṭṭhadhammikā kāmasaññā, yā ca samparāyikā kāmasaññā, ubhayam'etaṃ māradheyyaṃ, mārassesa visayo, mārassesa nivāpo, mārassesa go-caro

mārasenā →

bodhirasa

army of death, Māra’s army

VIN 4.1.1 bodhikathā

yadā have pātubhavanti dhammā, ātāpino jhāyato brāhmaṇassa, vidhūpayaṃ tiṭṭhati mārasenaṃ, sūriyo'va obhāsayam'antalikkhan'ti.

māraṇiya →

bodhirasa

could cause (oneself) to be killed

AN 7.64 kodhanasuttaṃ

bhūnahaccāni kammāni, atta-māraṇiyāni ca, karontā n'āvabujjhanti, kodhajāto parābhavo.

mārāpenta →

bodhirasa

trying to kill, lit. causing to die

DHPa 1.2.1 sāmāvatī vatthu

daharakālato paṭṭhāya hi naṃ mārāpento'va seṭṭhi māretuṃ n'āsakkhi, kiṃ akkharasamayaṃ sikkhāpessati?

rājakumāra →

bodhirasa

prince, king’s son

JAa 182 saṅgāmāvacara jātakavaṇṇanā

satthari hi paṭhamagamanena kapilapuraṃ gantvā kaniṭṭhabhātikaṃ nanda-rājakumāraṃ pabbājetvā kapilapurā nikkhamma anupubbena sāvatthiṃ gantvā viharante āyasmā nando anabhirato ahosi

samāraddha →

bodhirasa

employed togther

SN 35.246 vīṇopamasuttaṃ

tam'enaṃ evaṃ vadeyyuṃ, ayaṃ kho, bhante, vīṇā nāma anekasambhārā mahāsambhārā. anekehi sambhārehi samāraddhā vadati

samāraka →

bodhirasa

with Mara(s)

SN 55.7 veḷudvāreyyasuttaṃ

so imaṃ lokaṃ sadevakaṃ samārakaṃ sabrahmakaṃ sassamaṇabrāhmaṇiṃ pajaṃ sadevamanussaṃ sayaṃ abhiññā sacchikatvā pavedeti.

SNP 4 kasibhāradvājasuttaṃ uragavaggo 4

na khv'āhaṃ taṃ, brāhmaṇa, passāmi sadevake loke samārake sabrahmake sassamaṇabrāhmaṇiyā pajāya sadevamanussāya, yassa so pāyaso bhutto sammā pariṇāmaṃ gaccheyya, aññatra tathāgatassa vā tathāgatasāvakassa vā.

samārambha →

bodhirasa

injuring, killing, destroying

MN 27 cūḷa hatthipadopamasuttaṃ

so bījagāma-bhūtagāma-samārambhā paṭivirato hoti

sumarati →

bodhirasa

remembers, recollects

DHP 324 nāgavaggo

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

susamāraddha →

bodhirasa

resolutely undertaken, fully engaged with, energetically undertaken

DHP 293 pakiṇṇakavaggo

yesañ'ca susamāraddhā, niccaṃ kāyagatā sati, akiccaṃ te na sevanti, kicce sātaccakārino, satānaṃ sampajānānaṃ, atthaṃ gacchanti āsavā.

SN 35.247 chappāṇakasuttaṃ

daḷhe khīle vā thambhe vā'ti kho, bhikkhave, kāyagatāya satiyā etaṃ adhivacanaṃ. tasmā't'iha vo, bhikkhave, evaṃ sikkhitabbaṃ, kāyagatā no sati bhāvitā bhavissati bahulīkatā yānīkatā vatthukatā anuṭṭhitā paricitā susamāraddhā'ti.

susumāra →

bodhirasa

crocodile, alligator, lit. child killer

SN 35.247 chappāṇakasuttaṃ

ahiṃ gahetvā daḷhāya rajjuyā bandheyya. susumāraṃ gahetvā daḷhāya rajjuyā bandheyya. pakkhiṃ gahetvā daḷhāya rajjuyā bandheyya. kukkuraṃ gahetvā daḷhāya rajjuyā bandheyya. siṅgālaṃ gahetvā daḷhāya rajjuyā bandheyya. makkaṭaṃ gahetvā daḷhāya rajjuyā bandheyya.

suṃsumāra →

bodhirasa

crocodile, alligator, lit. child killer

SN 35.247 chappāṇakasuttaṃ

ahiṃ gahetvā daḷhāya rajjuyā bandheyya. suṃsumāraṃ gahetvā daḷhāya rajjuyā bandheyya. pakkhiṃ gahetvā daḷhāya rajjuyā bandheyya. kukkuraṃ gahetvā daḷhāya rajjuyā bandheyya. siṅgālaṃ gahetvā daḷhāya rajjuyā bandheyya. makkaṭaṃ gahetvā daḷhāya rajjuyā bandheyya.

taṇhā arati ragā →

bodhirasa

craving discontent and lust, three daughters of Māra

SNP 47 māgaṇḍiyasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 9

disvāna taṇhaṃ aratiṃ ragañ'ca, n'āhosi chando api methunasmiṃ, kim'ev'idaṃ muttakarīsapuṇṇaṃ, pādā'pi naṃ samphusituṃ na icche.

SN 4.25 māradhītusuttaṃ

atha kho taṇhā ca arati ca ragā ca māradhītaro yena māro pāpimā ten'upasaṅkamiṃsu.

vuttamarahatāti →

bodhirasa

this was indeed said by the enlightened one

ITI 100 brāhmaṇadhammayāgasuttaṃ

vuttañ'h'etaṃ bhagavatā, vuttam'arahatā'ti me sutaṃ.

ārāmarāmaṇeyyaka →

bodhirasa

delightful park, delightful grove

DN 23.10 pāyāsisuttaṃ

abhijānāsi no tvaṃ, rājañña, divā seyyaṃ upagato supinakaṃ passitā ārāmarāmaṇeyyakaṃ vanarāmaṇeyyakaṃ bhūmirāmaṇeyyakaṃ pokkharaṇīrāmaṇeyyakan'ti

abhaya →

dppn

…having discovered Jīvaka Komārabhacca lying on a dung-heap (cast there by the orders of his mother, the courtesan Sālavatī), and having…

ajapālanigrodha →

dppn

…after the Enlightenment, Māra tried to persuade the Buddha to die at once. DN.ii.112 Several other conversations held here with Māra are…

ajātasattu →

dppn

…to Abhayarājakumāra. He murdered his father to gain the throne, and conspired with Devadatta to kill the Buddha, but was later…

andhavana →

dppn

…of nuns who were tempted by Māra in the Andhavana, e.g., Āḷavikā, Soma, Kisāgotamī, Vijayā, Uppalavaṇṇā, Cālā, Upacālā,…

anāthapiṇḍika →

dppn

…fell on the park of Jetakumāra. He bought the park at great expense and erected therein the famous Jetavanārāma. As a result of this and of…

arati →

dppn

One of the three daughters of Māra, the others being Taṇhā and Ragā. Seeing their father disconsolate after his repeated attempts to foil…

avanti →

dppn

…Mahā Kaccāna

  • Nanda Kumāraputta
  • Soṇa Kuṭikaṇṇa
  • Dhammapāla
  • Abhayarājakumāra
  • Isidatta and Isidāsī

Mahā Kaccāna seems…

baka →

dppn

…owing to the influence of Māra, refused to acknowledge his error, until the Buddha, by the exercise of his magical power, prevented Baka from…

bhadrāvudha →

dppn

…answered the Buddha, for Māra follows the man who clings to things.

This question and answer are contained in the…

bhaggā →

dppn

…Vin.v.145

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

bhallika →

dppn

…Theragāthā Thag.7 contains a verse spoken by Bhallika when Māra tried to frighten him by assuming a hideous form.

bhesakalāvana →

dppn

…was while staying in this grove that Mahā Moggallāna was molested by Māra and he preached the Māratajjanīya Sutta. MN.i.332

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 was…

cālā →

dppn

…SN.i.132 that one day, when Cālā was meditating in the Andhavana, Māra visited her, asking her various questions and trying to tempt…

cāpāla cetiya →

dppn

…to accede to the request of Māra that he should die. When he announced this decision the earth shook. DN.ii.102ff. AN.iv.308f. SN.v.260f.

dhīrā →

dppn

…verse speaks of how the heroic one overcomes Māra. Thig.7

dūsī →

dppn

Name of Māra in the time of Kakusandha Buddha. He was, in that birth, son of Kāḷī, sister of Moggallāna. He first incited the brahmin…

ekasālā →

dppn

…laity were listening to him, Māra, thinking to darken their intelligence, suggested to him that he should not teach others. The Buddha refuted the…

gijjhakūṭa →

dppn

…in drizzling rain, while Māra made unsuccessful attempts to frighten him. SN.i.109

It was on the slopes of Gijjhakūṭa, where the Buddha was…

godhika →

dppn

…by cutting his throat. Māra saw this and reported it to the Buddha, but when the Buddha arrived it was too late and Godhika lay “supine on…

isipatana →

dppn

…the Buddha was at Isipatana, Māra visited him but had to go away discomfited. SN.i.105f.

Besides the Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta mentioned…

jotipāla →

dppn

…months, Brahmā Sanaṅkumāra appeared before him and gave him a boon. Jotipāla asked to be taught the way to reach the Brahma-world, and,…

jīvaka →

dppn

JīvakaJīvakakomārabhacca

A celebrated physician, and the Buddha’s doctor. The Vinaya contains many stories of his skill in healing….

kakusandha →

dppn

…In Kakusandha’s time a Māra, named Dūsī (a previous birth of Moggallāna), gave a great deal of trouble to the Buddha and his followers,…

kassapa →

dppn

…Kassapa, Uruvelā Kassapa, Kumāra°, Gayā°, Dasabala°, Nadī°, Nārada°, Pūraṇa°, Mahā° and Lomasa°.

Kassapa was evidently a…

kisāgotamī →

dppn

…Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.i.129f. records a visit paid to her by Māra as she sat resting in Andhavana. He was forced to retire…

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…

kumārakassapa →

dppn

…AN.i.24 Once when Kumāra Kassapa was meditating in Andhavana a deva appeared before him, and asked him fifteen questions which only the…

kāḷī →

dppn

…Māra-woman, sister of Dūsī and mother of the Māra of the present age. MN.i.333

Kāḷī4

A crematrix…

kūṭāgārasālā →

dppn

…spheres of sense contact, Māra arranged an earthquake to break the monks’ concentration, but failed to achieve his object. SN.i.112 It was…

licchavī →

dppn

…Sāḷha, Abhaya, Panditakumāra, Nandaka, Mahāli and Ugga. Several Licchavis, both men and women, joined the Order—e.g., the famous courtesan…

maddakucchi →

dppn

…for his qualities. Māra tried to stir up discontent in the Buddha, but had to retire discomfited. SN.i.110 DN.ii.116

Once when Mahā…

mahāmoggallāna →

dppn

…he himself had once been a Māra named Dūsī whose sister Kāḷī was the mother of the present Māra. Dūsī incited the householders against…

migalandika →

dppn

…was seized with remorse. A Mārakāyika devatā, however, appeared before him in the river and assured him he was doing a service to the monks…

nakulamātā →

dppn

…were householders of Suṃsumāragiri in the Bhagga-country. When the Buddha visited the village and stayed at Bhesakalāvana, they went to see…

nakulapitā →

dppn

…were householders of Suṃsumāragiri in the Bhagga-country. When the Buddha visited the village and stayed at Bhesakalāvana, they went to see…

nerañjarāya →

dppn

…banks of this river. There Māra tempted him, and, later, Brahmā persuaded him to preach the Dhamma. Vin.i.1ff. Snp.425ff. SN.i.103f.

nigaṇṭha nāṭaputta →

dppn

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

nāgasamāla →

dppn

…her as the snare of Māra. Making this his topic of thought, he developed insight into the perishableness of life and became an arahant….

pāyāsi →

dppn

A chieftain of Setavyā, who lived on a royal domain gifted by Pasenadi. He held the view that there was no world other than this, no fruit of actions and no rebirth. But after a discussion with Kūmara …

ragā →

dppn

One of Māra’s three daughters, who sought to tempt the Buddha. Snp.835 SN.i.124ff.

ratī →

dppn

One of the daughters of Māra.

samiddhi →

dppn

…his good fortune as a monk, Māra tried to terrify him. Samiddhi told the Buddha of this, but the Buddha asked him to stay on where he was. He…

sanaṅkumāra →

dppn

…verse was spoken. Sanaṅkumāra was present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.261

In the Janavasabha Sutta, Janavasabha describes…

sañjaya →

dppn

Sañjaya1

A monk whose Theragāthā verse says that since going forth he has not had any hate. Thag.48

Sañjaya2

In the Kaṇṇakatthala Sutta Viḍūḍabha tells the Buddha that it was …

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

selā →

dppn

…Andhavana under a tree when Māra, in the guise of a stranger, approached her and tried to tempt her. But she refuted his statements regarding the…

setabyā →

dppn

…the Siṃsapāvana, where Kumāra Kassapa lived, and where he preached the Pāyāsi Sutta to the brahmin Pāyāsi, who held a royal fief there….

silāvatī →

dppn

…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. SN.i.118

Sakya3town

siṃsapāvana →

dppn

…SN.v.437

25.37131, 81.344823parkSiṃsapāvana3

A grove to the north of Setavyā, where Kumāra Kassapa once stayed. It was the scene…

somā →

dppn

…foot of a tree in Andhavana, Māra, wishing to interrupt her privacy, approached her, invisible in the air, and teased her, remarking on the “two…

subhā →

dppn

…daughter of a rich goldsmith of Rājagaha. One day she went to pay obeisance to the Buddha and he…

susumāragiri →

dppn

…also stayed in Suṃsumāragiri, and there Māra is said to have entered his stomach and to have given him trouble. MN.i.332f.

sākya →

dppn

…give the kingdom to Jantukumāra, his son by another queen. These nine children went towards Himavā, and, having founded Kapilavatthu (q.v. for…

sālavatī →

dppn

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

sīsupacalā →

dppn

Māra once tempted her with thoughts of sensual pleasures, but she sent him away discomfited Thig.190–203 SN.i.133f.

sītavana →

dppn

…Buddha was staying there, Māra asked him to die. DN.ii.116

In the Sītavana was the Sappasoṇḍikapabbhāra, SN.i.210f. Vin.ii.76…

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.

upacālā →

dppn

…her siesta in Andhavana, Māra tried to arouse in her sensual desires, but she vanquished him and became an arahant. This account is found in…

uruvelā →

dppn

…lot and it was then, when Māra had gone away discomfited, that Māra’s three daughters, Taṇhā, Ratī and Ragā, made a final effort to draw…

uttara →

dppn

…was converted by Kumāra Kassapa, he instituted almsgiving to all and sundry, but the gifts he gave consisted of such things as gruel and…

vajirā →

dppn

…in Andhavana at Sāvatthī, Māra questioned her as to the origin of a “being”, its creator, its origin, its destiny. Vajirā answers that…

vakkali →

dppn

…Buddha went to see his body, and declared that he had obtained Nibbāna and that Māra’s attempt to find the consciousness of Vakkali would prove…

vaṃsa →

dppn

…Bhagga, in which was Suṃsumāragiri, seems to have been subject to the Vaṃsa in the Buddha’s time, for we find Udena’s son, Bodhi, living…

vepacitti →

dppn

…who was present with Namuci (Māra) at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.259

Vepacitti was the friend of Rāhu, and when Rāhu seized…

vesāli →

dppn

…three months, and informed Māra and, later, Ānanda, of his decision. The next day he left Vesāli for Bhaṇḍagāma, after taking one last…

vijayā →

dppn

…dwells in freedom and bliss. Thig.169–174 In the Saṃyutta Nikāya. SN.i.130 Māra, assuming the form of a young man, tried unsuccessfully to…

yakkha →

dppn

…Dhamma, Puṇṇaka, Māra, Sakaṭa; (d) embodiments of former persons e.g., Janavasabha (lord of men= Bimbisāra), Dīgha, Naradeva,…

ānandakumāra →

dppn

A shipwright, who, with three hundred others, was sent by Mahosadha to the Upper Ganges to secure timber wherewith to build three hundred ships in preparation for Mahosadha’s visit to the capital of P …

jarā-maraṇa →

farkas

öregség és halál

amara →

ncped

undying; not subject to death.

amarantapa →

ncped

or masculine (extreme) penance undertaken to obtain immortality

amaratapa →

ncped

or masculine (extreme) penance undertaken to obtain immortality

amarāvikkhepa →

ncped

(constant) equivocation, prevarication; shuffling to and fro.

amarāvikkhepika →

ncped

(one) who equivocates; who gives evasive answers; who cannot be pinned down.

antaka →

ncped

“making an end”, a designation of the god of death, identified with Mārā.

anvāvisati →

ncped

enters, occupies, possesses (said esp. of Māra)

apamāra →

ncped

epilepsy

apasmāra →

ncped

epilepsy

attamāraṇiya →

ncped

causing death to oneself

camaravījanī →

ncped

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

cāmara →

ncped

the bushy tail of the yak used as a fan or fly-whisk, a chowry.

cāmarachattagāhakā →

ncped

those who hold the chowry and parasol.

dhammarāja →

ncped

dhammarājan →

ncped

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

dhammārāma →

ncped

delighting in the mental constructs; delighting in dhamma.

dhītumaraṇa →

ncped

the death of a daughter or of daughters.

dūsi →

ncped

  1. defiling; spoiling; violating.
  2. (m.) the name of mārā.

dūsin →

ncped

  1. defiling; spoiling; violating.
  2. (m.) the name of mārā.

gāmaghāta →

ncped

  1. (m.) sacking or plundering of a village.
  2. (mfn.) (one) who plunders a village; a marauder.

gāmaghātaka →

ncped

(one) who plunders a village; a marauder.

jarāmaraṇasaṅghāta →

ncped

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

kammāra →

ncped

smith; a metalworker.

kammārabhaṇḍu →

ncped

shaven-headed metalworker

kammāraggarī →

ncped

(the nozzle of) a smith’s bellows

kammāraha →

ncped

subject to, deserving disciplinary action (by the saṅgha)

kammāraputta →

ncped

smith’s

kammārāma →

ncped

taking delight in activity

karamarānīta →

ncped

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

kaṇha →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) black, dark; evil, wicked.
  2. (m.) Māra.

komāra →

ncped

(~ī)n. & neuter youthful; virginal; (n.) childhood, youth; (f.) who has not had a previous husband, who was a virgin at marriage.

komārabrahmacariyā →

ncped

complete chastity; the preserving of virginity

komāraka →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) young; belonging to childhood or youth; juvenile; concerned with children or young people; virginal, chaste.
  2. (n.) what belongs to childhood; childishness.

kumāra →

ncped

  1. a child; a boy, a youth; a son; (pi) boys; children.
  2. a prince; esp. the heir apparent.

kumāraka →

ncped

little boy; a boy, a youth.

kumārakīlikā →

ncped

the pleasures of a (young) prince; a child’s pastimes

kumāravāhana →

ncped

vehicle drawn by boys

kumārīpañha →

ncped

  1. questioning a girl (possessed by a deity).
  2. a question by a daughter (of Mara, see SI 124)

kusumaraja →

ncped

the pollen of flowers

kāmarati →

ncped

  1. delight in pleasures of the senses, esp. in sexual pleasures; sensual enjoyment.
  2. desire which is sexual longing, sexual desire

kāmarāga →

ncped

desire that is passion; passionate desire for sensual pleasures, esp. for sexual pleasure

namucī →

ncped

the name of an asura; the name of māra.

nigamaghāta →

ncped

plundering of a town, marauding.

tomarahattha →

ncped

with lance in hand.

ummāra →

ncped

the threshold (of a house door town gate); windowsill.

ārāmarāmaṇeyyaka →

ncped

the loveliness of parks; a beautiful park

āyatijātijarāmaraṇiya →

ncped

leading to birth, old age and death in the future

anussati →

nyana

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

1: Recollection of the Buddha, *buddhānussati …

bhāvanā →

nyana

Bhāvanā: ‘mental development’ lit. ‘calling into existence, producing’ is what in English is generally but rather vaguely called ‘meditation’. One has to distinguish 2 kinds: development of tranqu …

paranimmita-vasavatti-deva →

nyana

…a class of divine beings in the sense-sphere kāma-loka. Māra is said to be their ruler. Cf. loka deva I.

paticcasamuppāda →

nyana

Paticcasamuppāda: ‘dependent origination’, is the doctrine of the conditionality of all physical and psychical phenomena, a doctrine which, together with that of impersonality anattā, forms the …

ārammana →

nyana

…The mental-object dhammārammana may be physical or mental, past, present or future, real or imaginary. The 5 sense-objects belong to the…

āyatana →

nyana

dhātu II-17 and dhammārammana see: ārammana. It may be physical or mental, past, present or future, real or imaginary.

The 5 physical…

abandha →

pts

noun adjective not tied to, not a follower or victim of Iti.56 (mārassa; variant reading abaddha).

a + bandha

abbha →

pts

A (dense & dark) cloud, a cloudy mass AN.ii.53; Vin.ii.295 = Mil.273 in list of to things that obscure moon- & sunshine, viz.; abbhaṃ mahikā (mahiyā A) dhūmarajo (megho Miln), Rāhu. This list i …

abhibhavati →

pts

…Vin.i.294; Dhp.328; Iti.41 (māraṃ sasenaṃ); Snp.45, Snp.72 (˚cārin), Snp.1097, Cnd.85 (= abhibhavitvā ajjhottharitvā, pariyādiyitvā);…

abhibhū →

pts

…Snp.211 (sabba˚), Snp.545 (Māra˚, cp. Mārasena-pamaddana Snp.561), Snp.642
■ Often in phrase abhibhū anabhibhūta aññadatthudasa…

abhimāra →

pts

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

cp. Sk. abhimara slaughter

abhippaharaṇa →

pts

…fighting, epithet of Mārassa senā, the army of M. Snp.439 (kaṇhassa˚ the fighting army of k. = samaṇabrāhmaṇānaṃ nippothanī…

adhiṭṭhita →

pts

adjective
standing on (c. loc.), esp. with the idea of standing above, towering over Vv.63#30 (hemarathe a. = sakalaṃ ṭhānaṃ abhibhavitvā ṭhita Vv-a.269)

  1. looked after, managed, undertaken gover …

ajaddhuka →

pts

Ajaddhuka & Ajaddhumāra

see jaddhu.

ajaddhumāra →

pts

Ajaddhuka & Ajaddhumāra

see jaddhu.

ajajjara →

pts

see jajjara. Ajaddhuka & Ajaddhumara;

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 …

amara →

pts

adjective not mortal, not subject to death Thag.276; Snp.249 (= amara-bhāva-patthanatāya pavatta-kāya-kilesa Snp-a.291); Ja.v.80 (= amaraṇa-sabhāva) Ja.v.218; Dāvs v.62.

a + mara from mṛ.

amaratta →

pts

immortality Ja.v.223 (= devatta C.).

abstr. fr. amara

amarā →

pts

? a kind of slippery fish, an eel (?) Only in expression amarā-vikkhepika eel-wobbler, one who practices eel-wriggling, fr. ˚vikkhepa “oscillation like the a. fish” In English idiom “a man who si …

amutta →

pts

adjective not released, not free from (c. abl.) Iti.93 (mārabandhanā).

a + mutta

antaka →

pts

…an end, epithet of Death or Māra Vin.i.21; SN.i.72; Thig.59 (explained by Thag-a.65 as lāmaka va Māra, thus taken anta2); Dhp.48 (=…

antara →

pts

…behind); Pp-a.231 (ummāraṃ a. katvā staying away from a threshold) also adverbially: dasa yojanāni a. katvā at a distance of 10 y….

antarā →

pts

adverb prep. (c. gen. acc. or loc.), pref. (˚-) and adv. “in between” (of space & time), midway, inside; during meanwhile, between. On interpretation of term see DN-a.i.34 sq

  1. (prep.) c. ac …

anuga →

pts

…= abhibhūta Snp.527), 1095 (Māra vasa˚; = abhibhuyya viharanti Cnd.507); Iti.91 (ejā˚;) Ja.iii.224 (vasa˚; = vasavattin C.); Mhvs.7,…

anukiṇṇa →

pts

strewn with, beset with, dotted all over Pv.iv.12#1 (bhamara-gaṇa˚).

pp. of anu + kirati

anupanna →

pts

gone into, reached, attained Snp.764 (māradheyya˚).

pp. of anupajjati

anussarati →

pts

to remember, recollect, have memory of (acc.), bear in mind; be aware of DN.ii.8, DN.ii.53, DN.ii.54 (jātito etc.); SN.iii.86 sq. (pubbenivāsaṃ), SN.v.67 (dhammaṃ a. anuvitakketi), 303 (kappasahassaṃ) …

anussati →

pts

remembrance, recollection, thinking of, mindfulness. A late list of subjects to be kept in mind comprises six anussati-ṭṭhānāni, viz. Buddha˚, Dhamma˚, Saṅgha˚ sīla˚, cāga˚, devatā˚; i.e. prope …

apamāra →

pts

epilepsy Vin.i.93. Cp. apasmāra.

Sk. apasmāra

apasmāra →

pts

epilepsy, convulsion, fit Ja.iv.84. Cp. apamāra.

Sk. apasmāra, lit. want of memory, apa + smṛ.

appita →

pts

adjective

  1. fixed, applied, concentrated (mind) Mil.415 (mānasa) Sdhp.233 (citta).
  2. brought to, put to, fixed on Ja.vi.78 (maraṇamukhe); visappita (an arrow to which) poison (is) applied, so rea …

atikkamati →

pts

…(surpassing);
■ Iti.51 (māradheyyaṃ passing over), cp. vv.ll. under adhigayha; and atikkamitva going beyond, overcoming, transcending…

atīta →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (temporal) past, gone by (cp. accaya 1)
    1. adj.; atītaṃ addhānaṃ in the time which is past SN.iii.86; AN.iv.219; AN.v.32
      ■ Pv.ii.12#12 (atītānaṃ, scil. attabhāvāuaṃ par …

avijjā →

pts

ignorance; the main root of evil and of continual rebirth (see paṭicca-samuppāda, cp. SN.ii.6, SN.ii.9, SN.ii.12; Snp.p.141 & many other passages) See on term; Cpd. 83 n. 3, 18 …

aḍḍha →

pts

Aḍḍha1

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

aṭanī →

pts

support a stand inserted under the leg of a bedstead Vin.iv.168; Sām. Pās. on Pāc. 14 (quoted Min Pāt. 86 and Vin.iv.357); Dhp-a.i.234; Ja.ii.387, Ja.ii.425, Ja.ii.484 supports of a seat. Morris J. P …

bandha →

pts

…bond, fetter Iti.56 (abandho Mārassa, not a victim of M.) Mnd.328 (taṇhā˚, diṭṭhi˚); Thag-a.241. 2. one who binds or ties together, in…

bandhana →

pts

…MN.ii.44; SN.i.8, SN.i.24 (Māra˚), SN.i.35, SN.i.40, SN.iv.201 sq. (5 fold) to bind the king of the Devas or Asuras, SN.iv.291; Snp.532,…

beluva →

pts

…Snp-a.393 first belonged to Māra, and was then given to Pañcasikha, one of the Heavenly Musicians, by Sakka. See Vism.392 (attributed to…

beḷuva →

pts

…Snp-a.393 first belonged to Māra, and was then given to Pañcasikha, one of the Heavenly Musicians, by Sakka. See Vism.392 (attributed to…

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 (cp. Dhp-a.i.374 sq.); Vism.142, Vism.152; Snp-a.139.

bhamarikā →

pts

humming top Ja.v.478.

fr. bhamara

bhaya →

pts

fear, fright, dread AN.ii.15 (jāti-maraṇa˚); DN.iii.148, DN.iii.182; Dhp.39, Dhp.123, Dhp.212 sq., Dhp.283; Mnd.371, Mnd.409; Pp.56; Vism.512; Kp-a.108; Snp-a.155; Dhp-a.iii.23. There are some len …

bhaṇḍu →

pts

…or =…

bhāga →

pts

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

bhīta →

pts

frightened, 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 (+ tasita). Cp. sam˚.

pp. of bhāyati

bhūmaka →

pts

…Māra-bandhanaṃ), Dhp-a.iv.72 (dhammā) catu˚; in 4 planes Dhs-a.296 (kusala); Dhp-a.i.35 (citta) The form…

bhūmika →

pts

…Māra-bandhanaṃ), Dhp-a.iv.72 (dhammā) catu˚; in 4 planes Dhs-a.296 (kusala); Dhp-a.i.35 (citta) The form…

bimba →

pts

  1. shape, image (= paṭimā Vv-a.168) SN.i.134 (trsl. “puppet”); SN.v.217 (vimba) Ja.v.452. In phrase cittakataṃ bimbaṃ it refers to the human body (“the tricked-out puppet-shape” Brethren 303): …

bimbi →

pts

(or bimbī) gold, of golden colour DN-a.i.280 = Snp-a.448 (in Bdhgh’s fanciful etym of king Bimbisāra, viz. bimbī ti suvaṇṇaṃ, sārasuvaṇṇa-sadisa-vaṇṇatāya B.).

  • *-[jāla](/def …

brahma →

pts

…Snp-a.56) and Sanaṅkumāra (DN.ii.226; DN.iii.97). The duration of his life is given as being 1 kalpa (see Kv.207, Kv.208)
■ nom….

brahmacariya →

pts

…AN.iii.90; Dhp-a.i.119; komāra˚; the religious training of a well-bred youth AN.iii.224; Snp.289
abrahmacariya unchastity, an immoral…

brahmā →

pts

…Snp-a.56) and Sanaṅkumāra (DN.ii.226; DN.iii.97). The duration of his life is given as being 1 kalpa (see Kv.207, Kv.208)
■ nom….

brāhmaṇa →

pts

…SN.i.94 sq., SN.i.99 (˚kumāra), SN.i.117, SN.i.125 , SN.i.160 sq.; SN.ii.77 , SN.ii.259 ; SN.iv.157 ; SN.v.194 ; AN.i.66, AN.i.110, AN.i.163…

buddha →

pts

…moment he was tempted by Māra, but vanquished the evil one. He was then ready to depart but resolved to remain in the world and preach the…

cakka →

pts

I. Crude meaning

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

camara →

pts

  1. the Yak 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˚ Ja.iv.256.
  2. a kind of antelope (-ī Ja.vi.537.
  • *-[vī …

cetanā →

pts

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

ceteti →

pts

Cinteti & ceteti

Forms

  1. cint:
    pres cinteti
    pot cinteyya;
    ppr cintento & cintayanto (Snp.834)
    aor cintesi, 3rd pl. cintesuṃ (Ja.i.149), acintayuṃ (Snp.258)
    ger ci …

cinteti →

pts

Cinteti & ceteti

Forms

  1. cint:
    pres cinteti
    pot cinteyya;
    ppr cintento & cintayanto (Snp.834)
    aor cintesi, 3rd pl. cintesuṃ (Ja.i.149), acintayuṃ (Snp.258)
    ger ci …

citta →

pts

…saññamessanti mokkhanti Mārabandhanā “from the fetters of Māra those are released who control their heart” Dhp.37; pāpā cittaṃ…

cāmara →

pts

chowrie, the tail of bos grunniens used as a whisk Snp.688; Vv.64#3; Ja.vi.510; Vv-a.271, Vv-a.276. Cpd. cāmarī-gāhaka Ja.vi.218 (anka) a hook holding the whisk.

from camara

deva →

pts

…of Indra Ja.v.158

  • -kumāra son of a god (cp. ˚putta) Ja.iii.391;
  • -gaṇa a troop of gods…

dhamma →

pts

Dhamma1

masculine & rarely neuter constitution etc.

A. Definitions by Commentators

Bdhgh gives a fourfold meaning of the word dhamma (at DN-a.i.99; Dhp-a.i.22), viz. 1 guṇe ( …

dhammika →

pts

adjective lawful, according to the Dh. or the rule; proper, fit, right permitted, legitimate, justified; righteous, honourable of good character, just, esp. an attr. of a righteous King (rājā cakkavat …

dhammin →

pts

Dhammin1

adjective only-˚: having the nature or quality of, liable to, consisting in, practising, acting like, etc. (as ˚dhamma B 2 a), viz. uppāda-vaya˚ DN.ii.157; maraṇa˚ (= maraṇadham …

dheyya →

pts

…ettha dhīyati Thag-a.13) māra˚; AN.iv.228. 2. putting on, assigning, in nāma˚ Dhs.1307.

Sk. dheya, orig. grd. of dhā, see…

dhuma →

pts

in ˚kaṭacchuka = druma˚; having a wooden spoon (see duma), cp. Mar. dhumārā? (Ed. in note) Dhp-a.ii.59.

Doubtful reading.

dhuva →

pts

adjective stable, constant, permanent; fixed, regular certain, sure DN.i.18; SN.i.142; SN.iv.370; AN.ii.33; Ja.i.19 Ja.v.121 (˚sassataṃ maraṇaṃ); Ja.iii.325; Bv.ii.82; Mil.114 (na tā nadiyo dh-salilā …

donī →

pts

Donī1

feminine

  1. a (wooden) trough, a vat, tub SN.ii.259; AN.i.253; AN.v.323; Ja.i.450; Mil.56-tela˚ an oil vat AN.iii.58 (āyasā made of iron & used as a sarcophagus).
  2. a trough-shap …

dvittā →

pts

two or three SN.i.117 (perhaps we should read tad vittaṃ: Windisch, Māra & Buddha 108)

Sk. dvitrā; see dvi B I. 2a

dāraka →

pts

-tikicchā the art of infant-healing DN.i.12 (= komārabhacca-vejjakamma DN-a.i.98).

Sk. dāraka, cp. dāra…

dāsa →

pts

slave, often combined w. f. dāsī. Def. by Bdhgh as “antojāto” (DN-a.i.300), or as “antojātadhanakkīta-karamarânīta-sāmaṃ dāsabyaṃ upagatānaṃ aññataro” (ibid. DN-a.i.168)
■ In phrase *dāsā ca kam …

gaggara →

pts

…a blacksmith’s bellows: kammāra˚, in simile MN.i.243 SN.i.106; Vism.287. 2. (nt.) cackling, cawing, in haṃsa˚; the sound of geese Ja.v.96…

gati →

pts

  1. going, going away, (opp. āgati coming) (both gati & āgati usually in pregnant sense of No. (2) See āgati); direction, course, career. Freq of the two careers of a Mahāpurisa (viz. either a Cakkavat …

gayhaka →

pts

adjective = gayha one who is to be taken (prisoner), in ˚niyyamāna id. SN.i.143 = Ja.iii.361 (expl. as karamaragāhaṃ gahetvā niyyamāna; cp. karamara).

gaṇa →

pts

    1. in special sense: a meeting or a chapter of (two or three bhikkhus, a company (opposed both to sangha, the order & puggala, the individual) Vin.i.58, Vin.i.74, Vin.i.195, Vin.i.197 Vin.ii.170, V …

gaṇhati →

pts

Gaṇhati & Gaṇhāti

The forms of the verb are from three bases, viz.

  1. gaṇha- (Sk. gṛhṇā-);
    Pres.: ind. gaṇhāti (gaṇhāsi Pv-a.87)
    pot gaṇheyya,
    imper gaṇha (Ja.i.159; Pv-a.49 …

gaṇhāti →

pts

Gaṇhati & Gaṇhāti

The forms of the verb are from three bases, viz.

  1. gaṇha- (Sk. gṛhṇā-);
    Pres.: ind. gaṇhāti (gaṇhāsi Pv-a.87)
    pot gaṇheyya,
    imper gaṇha (Ja.i.159; Pv-a.49 …

ghosanā →

pts

fame, renown, praise, in Māra˚ Ja.i.71.

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

giri →

pts

mountain; as a rule only in cpds, by itself (poetical) only at Vism.206 (in enumn of the 7 large mountains).

  • -agga mountain top, in giraggasamajja Name of a festival c …

gāha →

pts

  1. (n.) seizing, seizure, grip (cp. gaha): canda˚ suriya˚ an eclipse (lit. the moon, etc., being seized by a demon) DN.i.10 (= DN-a.i.95: Rāhu candaṃ gaṇhāti). Esp. applied to the sphere of the mind …

gāma →

pts

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

hatthin →

pts

…an elephant Ja.i.303

indriya →

pts

A. On term

Indriya is one of the most comprehensive & important categories of Buddhist psychological philosophy & ethics meaning “controlling principle, directive force, élan, δύναμις” in t …

iṅghāḷa →

pts

coal, embers, in inghāḷakhu Thig.386 a pit of glowing embers (= angāra-kāsu Thag-a.256). The whole cpd. is doubtful.

according to Morris JP. T.S. 1884, 74 = angāra, cp. Marāthī ingala live coal

jaddhu →

pts

…one who fasts MN.i.245; -māra death by starvation Ja.vi.63 (= anāsaka-maraṇa; Fsb. has note: read ajuṭṭha˚?) ˚mārika AN.iv.287…

jajjara →

pts

withered, feeble with age Thig.270; Ja.i.5, Ja.i.59 (jarā˚); Thag-a.212; Pv-a.63 (˚bhāva, state of being old)- ; not fading (cp. amata & ajarāmara), of Nibbāna SN.iv.369.

From intensive of jarati

jarā →

pts

(older); jaras (nt.) decay, decrepitude, old age Vin.i.10, Vin.i.34; AN.i.51, AN.i.138 (as death’s messenger); AN.v.144 sq. (bhabbo jaraṃ pahātuṃ); Snp.311 (cp. DN.iii.75); Ja.i.59; Thig.252 sq.; Vi …

jāla →

pts

…applied to the snares of Māra: SN.i.48 (maccuno); Snp.357 (id.); Dhp-a.iii.175 (Māra˚); Snp.527 (deception); taṇhā˚ the snare of worldly…

jāta →

pts

  1. As adj. n.un
    1. born, grown, arisen, produced (= nibbatta pātubhūta Cnd.256) Snp.576 (jātānaṃ maccānaṃ niccaṃ maraṇato bhayaṃ); jātena maccena kattabbaṃ kusalaṃ bahuṃ Dhp.53 = Mil.333; yakkhinī …

jāti →

pts

■ Instr. jātiyā (Snp.423) & jaccā (DN.ii.8; Ja.iii.395; Dhp.393); abl. jātiyā (SN.i.88) & jātito (by descent: DN.ii.8); loc. jātiyaṃ (Pv-a.10) & jātiyā (Pv-a.78).

  1. birth, rebirth, possibility of …

jīva →

pts

Jīva1

adjective noun

  1. the soul. Sabbe jīvā all the souls, enumerated with sattā pāṇā bhūta in the dialect used by the followers of Gosāla DN.i.53 (= DN-a.i.161 jīvasaññī). “taṃ jīvaṃ t …

kad →

pts

Kad˚

orig. “what?” used adverbially; then indef. “any kind of,” as (na) kac(-cana) “not at all”; kac-cid “any kind of; is it anything? what then?” Mostly used in disparaging sense of showing in …

kammāra →

pts

…a smithy Vism.413 Mhvs.5, Mhvs.31.

Vedic karmāra

kanha →

pts

…Ja.ii.242 in contrast with Māra (although pingala-cakkhu is also epithet of Māra or his representatives, cp. Ja.v.42; Pv.ii.4#1). 2 not evil…

kara →

pts

  1. (adj.) (-˚) producing, causing, forming, making, doing, e.g. anta˚ putting an end to; pabhaṃ causing splendour; pāpa˚ doing evil; divā˚ & divasa the day-maker, i.e. the sun; kaṇhabhāva˚ causing a …

karamara →

pts

see Kara.

kassaka →

pts

…(under) the disguise of a peasant SN.i.115 (of Māra).

fr. kasati

kata →

pts

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

kaṭuka →

pts

adjective sharp, bitter, acid, severe

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

kesara →

pts

Kesara1

a mane, in -sīha a maned lion Ja.ii.244; Snp-a.127.

Kesara2

filament of flowers, hairy structures of plants esp. of the lotus; usually of kiñjakkha …

khandha →

pts

…karitvā SN.i.115 appl. to Māra; Vism.100; Dhp-a.iv.168 (ohita˚-bhāra the load lifted off his shoulder). - 3. of a tree: the trunk….

khattiya →

pts

…Tāvatiṃsa˚ Māra˚, Brahma˚) at MN.i.72 = DN.iii.260;

khaṇika →

pts

adjective unstable, momentary, temporary, evanescent, changeable; usually syn. with ittara, e.g. Ja.i.393; Ja.iii.83; Pv-a.60
■ Vism.626 (khaṇikato from the standpoint of the momentary). Khaṇikā pī …

khuppipāsā →

pts

…as belonging to the army of Māra Snp.436 = Nd ii.on visenikatvā. To be tormented by hunger & thirst is the special lot of the; Petas:

kilañjā →

pts

…likened the hood of a snake SN.i.106 (snake = māra).

kilesa →

pts

…upādāna˚

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

klesa →

pts

…upādāna˚

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

komāra →

pts

…at Vin. Texts ii.174). As such it is the cognomen of Jīvaka DN.i.47 (as Komārabhacca DN-a.i.132); Vin.i.71; Ja.i.116; cp. Sdhp.351.

fr….

komāraka →

pts

(and ˚ika) = prec. AN.i.261; Ja.ii.180 (dhamma virginity); of a young tree SN.iv.160
■ f. -ikā Ja.iii.266.

kovida →

pts

adjective one who is in the possession of right wisdom, with ref. either to dhamma, magga, or ariyasaccāni, closely related to medhāvin and paṇḍita SN.i.146, …

kumāra →

pts

…male child (+ kumāri˚) DN.i.9.

Vedic kumāra

kumāraka →

pts

…a young boy, a youngster, kumārakā vā kumāriyo boys and girls SN.iii.190. 2. nt. ˚ṃ a childish thing AN.iii.114

■ f. -ikā a young…

kuravaka →

pts

Name of a tree, in ratta˚ Ja.i.39 (= bimbijāla the red Amaranth tree).

= Sk. kuraṇṭaka Halāyudha, cp. kuraṇḍaka

kuraṇḍaka →

pts

shrub and its flower Vism.183 (see also kuravaka & koraṇḍaka). ˚leṇa Npl. Vism.38.

cp. Sk. kuraṇṭaka blossom of a species of Amaranth

kāla →

pts

Kāla & Kāḷa

Preliminary

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

kāma →

pts

…the leaders in the army of Māra: kāmā te paṭhamā senā Snp.436
■ yo evamvādī… n’atthi kāmesu doso ti so kāmesu pātavyataṃ…

kāraṇa →

pts

,

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

kāya →

pts

…v. m. ca susaṃvutā na te Māravasânugā na te Mārassa paccagū SN.i.104; vācānurakkhī manasā susaṃvuto kāyena ca akusalaṃ na kayirā…

kāḷa →

pts

Kāla & Kāḷa

Preliminary

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

kīḷikā →

pts

play, sport, amusement; always-˚, like kumāra˚ DN.ii.196; uyyāna˚ (sport in the garden Ja.iii.275; Ja.iv.23, Ja.iv.390; udaka˚ Thag-a.186.

kūṭa →

pts

ayomaya˚; Snp.669 kammāra˚; Vism.254.

*qolā to beat; cp. Lat. clava; Gr. κλάω, κόλος, and also Sk. khaḍga; Lat. clades,…

laguḷa →

pts

club, cudgel Vin.iii.77 (enumerated with var. weapons of murder, like asi, satti, bheṇḍi pāsāṇa etc.); Mil.152, Mil.351 (kodaṇḍa-laguḷa-muggara), Mil.355 (kilesa˚); Ja.vi.394; Vism.525 (˚abhighāta). …

lakāra →

pts

sail Ja.ii.112; Mil.378; Dāvs iv.42; Vism.137 (variant reading BB. lankāra).

for alankāra, lit. “fitting up,” cp. Hindī & Marāthī langara, Tamil ilankaran “in meaning anchor.”

loka →

pts

…that of loka as sadevaka, samāraka, sabrahmaka, or the world with its devas, its Māra and its Brahmā, e.g. SN.i.160, SN.i.168 SN.i.207;…

maccu →

pts

…the realm of Māra, the sphere of Death SN.i.4; adj. belonging to death or subject to death (= Māradheyya, maraṇadheyya…

mammana →

pts

adjective [onomat. cp. babbhara. With Sk. marmara rustling to Lat. fremo to roar = Gr. βρέμω to thud, βροντή thunder, Ger. brummen. Cp. also Sk murmura = P. mummura & muramurā, Lat. murmur stammering, …

manaṃ →

pts

adverb “by a certain weight,” i.e. a little, somewhat, almost, well-nigh, nearly. combined with vata in exclamation: MN.ii.123 (m. v. bho anassāma); Dhp-a.iii.147 (m. v. therī nāsi …

marati →

pts

…βροτός mortal, man; māra death; Goth. maurpr = Ags. mort = Ger. mord; Lith mir̃ti to die; Lat. morior to die, mors death. The root is…

maraṇa →

pts

death, as ending this (visible) existence, physical death, in a narrower meaning than kālakiriyā; dying, in compounds death
■ The customary stock definition of maraṇa runs; …

mata →

pts

Mata1

thought, understood, considered (as = -˚), only late in use Vb.2 (hīna˚ paṇīta˚, doubtful reading); Sdhp.55; Mhvs.25, Mhvs.55 (tassā matena according to her opinion); Mhvs.25, Mhvs. …

matta →

pts

Matta1

adjective (-˚) “by measure,” measured, as far as the measure goes, i.e

  1. consisting of, measuring (with numerals or similar expressions): appamatto kali Snp.659; pañcamattā sata …

miyyati →

pts

Miyyati & Mīyati

to die

  1. miyyati: Snp.804; Ne.23. med. 3rd pl. miyyare Snp.575; pot. miyye Ja.vi.498; ppr. miyyamāna MN.iii.246 Vism.49; fut. miyyissati MN. …

mokkha →

pts

Mokkha1

  1. (lit.) release, freedom from, in bandhanā m DN.i.73 = MN.i.276.
  2. (fig.) release, deliverance, salvation Vb.426 (jarā-maraṇa˚ from old age & death) Dhp-a.i.4 (˚magga + sagg …

mummura →

pts

crackling fire, hot ashes, burning chaff Ja.ii.134.

*Sk. murmura, lit. crackling, rustling; cp. Lat. murmur = E. murmur, Gr. μορμύρω to rustle, Ohg murmurōn & murmulōn = Ger. murmeln; all to Idg ** …

murumurā →

pts

indeclinable the grinding, crackling sound of the teeth when biting bones, “crack”; in phrase m ti khādati to eat or bite up to bits Ja.i.342; Ja.v.21 (of a Yakkhinī, eating a b …

māraka →

pts

…(where the-ka belongs to the whole cpd.) see under samāraka.

fr. māreti

māratta →

pts

state of, or existence as a Māra god, Māraship Vb.337.

*Māra-tvaṃ

māraṇa →

pts

killing, slaughter, death DN.ii.128; Sdhp.295, Sdhp.569.

fr. Caus. māreti

māreti →

pts

to kill: see under marati
pp mārita. Mala (mala)

Caus. of mṛ.

mārāpeti →

pts

see marati
pp mārāpita.

Caus. ii. of mṛ.

mārāpita →

pts

killed Ja.ii.417; Ja.iii.531.

pp. of mārāpeti

mārāpitatta →

pts

being incited to kill Dhp-a.i.141.

abstr. fr. mārāpita

māṇava →

pts

…occurs at Snp.456, Snp.589, & Pv.i.8#7 (= men Thig.112; kumāra Pv-a.41).

cp. Sk. māṇava

mīyati FIXME double →

pts

Mīyati

see miyyati (Pass. of marati).

mīyati →

pts

Miyyati & Mīyati

to die

  1. miyyati: Snp.804; Ne.23. med. 3rd pl. miyyare Snp.575; pot. miyye Ja.vi.498; ppr. miyyamāna MN.iii.246 Vism.49; fut. miyyissati MN. …

namuci →

pts

(Np.) a name of Māra.

nemi →

pts

the circumference of a wheel, circumference, rim, edge (cp. nema AN.i.112; Vv.64#5; Mil.238, Mil.285; Vism.198 (fig. jarāmaraṇa˚ the rim of old age & death, which belongs to the wheel of Saṃsāra of th …

nibbāna →

pts

I. Etymology

Although nir + “to blow”. (cp. BSk. nirvāṇa) is already in use in the Vedic period (see nibbāpeti), we do not find its distinctive ap …

niddā →

pts

sleep AN.ii.48, AN.ii.50; AN.iii.251; Snp.926 (opp. jāgariyā), Snp.942 (see expln at Mnd.423); Ja.i.61, Ja.i.192; Ja.ii.128
■ niddaṃ okkamati to fall asleep Vin.i.15 …

nigacchati →

pts

to go down to, to “undergo,” incur, enter, come to; to suffer esp. with dukkhaṃ & similar expressions of affliction or punishment SN.iv.70 (dukkhaṃ); MN.i.337 sq. (id.); AN.i.251 …

nigha →

pts

Nigha1

(nīgha) adjective noun is invented by Com. & scholiasts to explain the combn anigha (anīgha sporadic, e.g. SN.v.57). But this should be divided *an-ī …

nimitta →

pts

  1. sign, omen, portent, prognostication DN.i.9 (study of omens = n. satthaṃ DN-a.i.92, q.v. for detailed expln); Ja.i.11 (caturo nimitte nâddasaṃ); Mil.79, Mil.178 Esp. as pubba˚; signs …

omutta →

pts

released, freed, discharged, taken off Iti.56 (read omutt’assa Mārapāso for T. omukkassa m.).

pp. of omuñcati

otāra →

pts

…labhati. Only in the Māra myth. He, the tempter, ʻgets his chance’ to tempt the Buddha or the disciples, MN.i.334; SN.i.122; SN.iv.178,…

paccagū →

pts

…toward,“ a pupil SN.i.104 (Mārassa); vv.ll. baddhabhū, paṭṭhagū. Windisch, Māra & Buddha; trsls “unter M’s Herrschaft,”…

paccaya →

pts

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

  1. (lit.) support, req …

pada →

pts

…feet footless AN.iv.434 (Māra; variant reading apara); Iti.87 (sattā, dvipada etc.) 2. trackless, leaving no footprint, fig having no desires…

padahati →

pts

…pade hasi (see Windisch Māra & B.; p. 124 & Morris, J.P.T.S. 1893, 51. Windisch takes padahasi as pa + dah to burn, & translates “du…

pahīna →

pts

given up, abandoned, left, eliminated Vin.iii.97 = Vin.iv.27; SN.ii.24; SN.iii.33; SN.iv.305; Snp.351 (˚jāti-maraṇa), Snp.370, Snp.564, Snp.1132 (˚mala-moha) Iti.32; Cnd. s.v.; Pts.i.63; Pts.ii.244; …

pakkha →

pts

…Snp.967 (kaṇhassa p. = Māra˚ etc., see Mnd.489; Ne.53 (taṇhā˚ & diṭṭhi˚), Ne.88 (id.), Ne.160 (id.) DN-a.i.281; Dhp-a.i.54;…

palokin →

pts

adjective destined for decay or destruction SN.iv.205 = Snp.739 (acc. palokinaṃ = jarā-maraṇehi palujjana-dhamma Snp-a.506); Thig.101 (acc. pl palokine, see Geiger,

Pali Grammar

§ 95#2).

fr. paloka

pamaddana →

pts

…Snp.p.106 (id. = maddituṃ samattho Snp-a.450); Snp.561 (Mārasena˚); DN-a.i.250.

fr. pamaddati

pamadā →

pts

young (wanton) woman, a woman Snp.156 Snp.157 (gloss for pamāda cp. Snp-a.203); Ja.iii.442 (marapamadānaṃ issaro; variant reading samuddā), Ja.iii.530 (variant reading pamuda pamoda).

Classical Sk. …

pamatta →

pts

…Dhp-a.iv.43). -bandhu friend of the careless (Ep. of Māra) SN.i.123, SN.i.128; Snp.430 Cnd.507.

pp. of pamajjati

pamāreti →

pts

to strike dead, maltreat, hurt Dhp-a.iii.172.

pa + māreti, Caus. of mṛ; marati to die

papupphaka →

pts

…(of the arrows of Māra) Dhp.46 (but explained at Dhp-a.i.337 as “p.˚ sankhātāni tebhūmakāni vaṭṭāni,” i.e. existence in…

para →

pts

adverb adjective

  1. (adv. & prep.) beyond, on the further side of (with abl. or loc.), over Pv-a.168 (para Gangāya, variant reading ˚āyaṃ). See in same meaning & application paraṃ, paro and parā & c …

paraṃ →

pts

(param˚) adverb further, away (from); as prep. (w. abl.) after, beyond; absolute only in phrase ito paraṃ from here, after this, further, e.g. Kp-a.131; Snp-a.160, Snp-a.178, Snp …

parihāra →

pts

…of the infant Ja.ii.20; kumāra˚; looking after the prince Ja.i.148, Ja.ii.48; Dhp-a.i.346; dup˚; hard to protect Ja.i.437; Vism.95…

parisarati →

pts

to remember, recollect Ja.vi.199 (read parissaraṃ).

pari + smr, but according to Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. pari here fr. Prk. paḍi = Sk. prati, thus for pratismarati.

parisā →

pts

…Great Thirty-Three, of the Māras, and of the Brahmās) DN.ii.109; DN.iii.260; MN.i.72; AN.iv.307. four assemblies (the first four of the above)…

pañca →

pts

adjective noun masculine

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

paññatti →

pts

…SN.iii.71; SN.iv.38 (māra˚), SN.iv.39 (satta˚, dukkha˚, loka˚); AN.ii.17; AN.v.190; Pts.ii.171, Pts.ii.176; Pp.1; Dhs.i.309; Ne.1 sq.,…

paṅga →

pts

only in cpd. paṅgacīra (nt.) at DN.i.6 “blowing through toy pipes made of leaves” (Dial. i.10, where is cpd. Sinhalese pat-kulal and Marathī pungī after Morris J.P.T.S. 1889, 205). Bdhgh explai …

paṭibāhati →

pts

to ward off, keep off, shut out, hold back, refuse, withhold, keep out, evade Vin.i.356; Vin.ii.162, Vin.ii.166 sq., Vin.ii.274; Vin.iv.288; Ja.i.64, Ja.i.217; Dhp-a.ii.2 (rañño āṇaṃ), Dhp-a.ii.89 ( …

paṭicca →

pts

grounded on, on account of, concerning, because (with acc.) MN.i.265 (etaṃ on these grounds); SN.iii.93 = Iti.89 (atthavasaṃ); Ja.ii.386 (= abhisandhāya); Snp.680, Snp.784 Snp.872, Snp.1046; Snp-a.35 …

paṭicca-samuppāda →

pts

Paṭicca-samuppāda

“arising on the grounds of (a preceding cause)” happening by way of cause working of cause & effect, causal chain of causation causal genesis, dependent origination, theory of the …

paṭikāra →

pts

counteraction, remedy, requital Sdhp.201, Sdhp.498; usually neg. app˚; adj. not making good or which cannot be made good, which cannot be helped Vin.iv.218 (= anosārita p. 219); Pv-a.274 (maraṇa Cp …

puthujjana →

pts

an ordinary, average person (4 classes of ordinary people are discussed at Cpd. 49, 50) a common worldling, a man of the people, an ordinary man MN.i.1, MN.i.7, MN.i.135, MN.i.239, MN.i.323; MN.iii. …

pāpimant →

pts

…esp. used as epithet of Māra, i.e. the Evil, the wicked one SN.i.103; AN.iv.434; Ud.64; Snp.430; Thag.1213; Mil.155 sq.; Dhp-a.iv.32.

fr….

pāra →

pts

adjective noun

  1. as adv. (˚-) beyond, over, across, used as prep. with abl., e.g. pāra-Gangāya beyond the G. SN.i.207, SN.i.214; Snp-a.228. See under cpds
  2. as nt. the other side, the opposi …

pāsa →

pts

…hattha˚); Snp.166; Iti.36 (Māra˚); Ja.iii.184; Ja.iv.414; Pv-a.206. On its frequent use in similes see J.P.T.S. 1907, 111.

Vedic…

pāṭihāriya →

pts

…cp. also Windisch Māra 71.

  • -pakkha an extra holiday, an ancient festival, not now kept SN.i.208 (cp. Thig.31);…

rajja →

pts

kingship, royalty, kingdom, empire; reign, throne; (fig.) sovereignty AN.iii.300 (˚ṃ kāreti); Snp.114, Snp.553 (˚ṃ kāreti to reign); Ja.i.57; Ja.i.64 (ekarattena tīṇi rajjāni atikkamma; 3 kingdoms), J …

rukkha →

pts

tree. In the rukkha-mūlik’ anga (see below) Bdhgh at Vism.74 gives a list of trees which are not to be selected for the practice of “living at the root of a tree.” These are sīmantarika-rukkha, ceti …

rāga →

pts

…called the “daughters of Māra” (Māradhītā): Snp.835; Dhp-a.iii.199; Mnd.181
■ For further detail of meaning & application see e.g…

rājan →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.56.

  • -kumāra a (royal prince (cp. khattiya-kumāra) Vin.i.269; Ja.iii.122 Vb-a.196 (in comparison). *…

rājañña →

pts

“royalty”; a high courtier, a khattiya (= rājabhogga, cp. Fick, Sociale Gliederung 100) DN.i.103 (Pasenadi rājā… uggehi vā rājaniyehi vā kañcid eva mantanaṃ manteyya) DN-a.i.273 (= anabhisittā kumā …

rājā →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.56.

  • -kumāra a (royal prince (cp. khattiya-kumāra) Vin.i.269; Ja.iii.122 Vb-a.196 (in comparison). *…

sakumāra →

pts

adjective of the same age; a playmate Ja.v.360, Ja.v.366.

sa2 + kumāra

samara →

pts

battle Dāvs iv.1

sa + mara

samaya →

pts

congregation; time, condition, etc.

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

sammuti →

pts

  1. consent, permission Vin.iii.199.
  2. choice, selection, delegation Vin.iii.159.
  3. fixing, determination (of boundary) Vin.i.106.
  4. common consent, general opinion, convention, that which is genera …

samuccheda →

pts

cutting off, abolishing, giving up. MN.i.360 Kp-a.142; sammā s. Pts.i.101; ˚pahāna relinquishing by extirpation Vism.5 Snp-a.9 ˚maraṇa dying by extirpation (of saṁsāra) Vism.229; ˚visuddhi Pts.ii.3; …

samārabhati →

pts

to begin, undertake MN.i.227; Mhvs.5, Mhvs.79
pp samāraddha.

saṃ + ārabhati2

samāraddha →

pts

undertaken SN.iv.197; Dhp.293; Ja.ii.61.

pp. of samārabhati

samāraka →

pts

adjective including Māra Vin.i.11 = SN.v.423; DN.i.250; DN.iii.76, DN.iii.135 & passim.

sa3 + māra + ka

samārambha →

pts

…Pp.58; Dhs-a.146- appasamārambha (written ˚rabbha) connected with little (or no) injury (to life) DN.i.143. Cp….

sarati →

pts

Sarati1

to go, flow, run, move along Ja.iii.95 (= parihāyati nassati C.);

pot sare Ja.iv.284
aor asarā Ja.vi.199
pp sarita1
caus sāreti

  1. to m …

sati →

pts

memory, recognition, consciousness, DN.i.180; DN.ii.292; Mil.77–Mil.80 intentness of mind, wakefulness of mind, mindfulness alertness, lucidity of mind, self-possession, conscience self-consciousnes …

saññā →

pts

saññāyo and saññā-e.g. MN.i.108)

  1. sense, consciousness, perception, being the third khandha Vin.i.13; MN.i.300; SN.iii.3 sq.; Dhs.40 Dhs.58, Dhs.61, Dhs.113; Vb-a.42.
  2. sense, perception, discer …

saṃyojana →

pts

bond, fetter SN.iv.163 etc.; especially the fetters that bind man to the wheel of transmigration Vin.i.183; SN.i.23; SN.v.241, SN.v.251; AN.i.264 AN.iii.443; AN.iv.7 sq. (diṭṭhi˚); MN.i.483; Dhp.370; …

saṅkati →

pts

to doubt, hesitate, to be uncertain about pres. (med.) 1st sg. saṅke SN.i.111; Ja.iii.253 (= āsankāmi C.); Ja.vi.312 (na sanke maraṇ’āgamāya); Pot. saṅketha Ja.ii.53 = Ja.v.85. Pass. *[ …

senā →

pts

…Ja.ii.94; Mil.4; Mnd.95 (Māra˚), Mnd.174 (id.).

  • -gutta [sena˚] a high official, a minister of war, only in cpd….

seyya →

pts

adjective better, excellent; nom. masc. seyyo SN.iii.48 sq.; Snp.918; Dhp.308; Dhs.1116; Ja.i.180; nom. fem. seyyasi Ja.v.393; nom. neut. seyyo often used as a …

su →

pts

…i.e. uposatha). -samāraddha thoroughly undertaken DN.ii.103; SN.ii.264 sq.; Dhp.293; Dhp-a.iii.452….

sukhumāla →

pts

…& sukhumālī Ja.vi.514.

cp. Sk. su-kumāra

sumarati →

pts

see sarati2.

susukā →

pts

an alligator Vin.i.200; AN.ii.123 (where id. p. at Cnd.470 has suṃsumāra); MN.i.459; Mil.196.

suṃsumāra →

pts

… ■ -rī (f.) a female crocodile Ja.ii.159; suṃsumārinī (f.) Mil.67; suṃsumārapatitena vandeti to fall down in salutation…

sāmaññatā →

pts

Sāmaññatā1

= sāmañña 1 (identity, congruity etc.) Ja.vi.371 (vaṇṇa˚); Vism.234 (maraṇa˚).

Sāmaññatā2

= sāmañña 2 DN.iii.145, DN.iii.169; Dhp.332; Dhp-a. …

sārambha →

pts

…to living creatures Vin.iii.149; AN.ii.42 sq. Cp. samārambha.

sa + ārambha

sīla →

pts

…bījagāma-bhūtagāma-samārambha) form the seco nd.5 sikkhāpadāni. Upon the; Culla˚; follows the Majjhima˚; (DN.i.5 sq.) & then the;…

tajjita →

pts

threatened, frightened, scared; spurred or moved by (-˚) DN.i.141 (daṇḍa˚, bhaya˚) Dhp.188 (bhaya˚); Pp.56. Esp. in combination maraṇabhaya˚; moved by the fear of death Ja.i.150, Ja.i.223; Pv-a.21 …

tarati →

pts

Tarati1

(lit.) to go or get through, to cross (a river), pass over, traverse (fig.) to get beyond, i.e. to surmount, overcome, esp oghaṃ (the great flood of life, desire, ignorance, etc.) …

tatiya →

pts

…3rd division in the army of Māra), Snp.1001; Ja.ii.353; Dhp.309; Pv-a.69 (tatiyāya jātiya: in her third birth). Tatiyaṃ (nt. adv. for the 3rd…

taṇhā →

pts

…it is the 4th constituent of Māra’s army (M-senā) Snp.436; M’s daughter SN.i.134. In comparisons: t. + jālinī visattikā SN.i.107 =…

taṇḍuleyyaka →

pts

the plant Amaranthus polygonoides Vv-a.99 (enumerated amongst various kinds of ḍāka).

cp. Sk. taṇḍulīya

taṭṭaka →

pts

bowl for holding food, a flat bowl, porringer, salver Ja.iii.10 (suvaṇṇa˚), Ja.iii.97, Ja.iii.121, Ja.iii.538, Ja.iv.281. According to Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. taken into Tamil as taṭṭaṃ, cp. also …

thambha →

pts

…Snp.326, Snp.437 (as one of Māra’s combatants: makkho th. te aṭṭhamo) Ja.i.202. 3. a clump of grass MN.i.324; cp. thambhaka.

see etym….

thīna →

pts

…Snp.437 (pañcamī senā Mārassa); Iti.27, Iti.120; Pts.i.31, Pts.i.45, Pts.i.162; Pts.ii.12, Pts.ii.169 Pts.ii.179, Pts.ii.228; Pp.68;…

timirāyittata →

pts

gloom, darkness SN.iii.124 (= Māra).

abstr. to timirāyita, pp. of timirayati to obscure, denom. to timira

tomara →

pts

pike, spear, lance, esp. the lance of an elephant-driver DN.ii.266 (tutta-t. a driving lance); MN.iii.133 (t. hattha) Vism.235; DN-a.i.147.

Sk. tomara from tud, see tudati

tudati →

pts

to strike with an instrument; to prick, peck, pierce; to incite, instigate Ja.iii.189 (= vijjhati) Pass. tujjati to be struck Thag.780; Vism.503 (cp vitujjati); Sdhp.279
pp *[tu …

tunna →

pts

Tunna1

struck Thig.162 (vyādhimaraṇa˚ str. with sickness and death).

pp. of tudati

Tunna2

any pointed instrument as a stick, a goad, a bolt, or (usually) a needle Vin.i.290 ( …

tutta →

pts

pike for guiding elephants, a goad for driving cattle (cp. tomara & patoda) DN.ii.266 (˚tomara); Ja.iv.310 Ja.v.268; Cp.iii.5, Cp.iii.2 (t
■ vegahata).

Sk tottra, from tudati to prick, push

ummāra →

pts

  1. a threshold Vin.iv.160 (= indakhīla); Thig.410; Ja.i.62; Ja.iii.101; Vism.425; Dhp-a.i.350.
  2. a curb-stone Ja.vi.11.
  3. as uttar˚; (the upper threshold) the lintel Ja.i.111; Dhp-a.ii.5 (varia …

unnala →

pts

Unnala & Unnaḷa

adjective showing off, insolent, arrogant, proud, haughty in phrase uddhata unnaḷa capala MN.i.32; SN.i.61 = SN.i.204 (translated as “muddled in mind, puffed up, vain”, expld.< …

unnaḷa →

pts

Unnala & Unnaḷa

adjective showing off, insolent, arrogant, proud, haughty in phrase uddhata unnaḷa capala MN.i.32; SN.i.61 = SN.i.204 (translated as “muddled in mind, puffed up, vain”, expld.< …

upanīta →

pts

  1. brought up to or into (mostly -˚) Thig.498; Snp.677 (niraye), Snp.774 (dukkha˚), Snp.898 (bhava˚); Ja.iii.45 (thūṇa˚); Ja.iv.271 (dukkh˚); Mnd.38; Dhp.237 (˚yaya = atikkantavayo Dhp-a.iii.337, ad …

upeti →

pts

to go to (with acc.), come to, approach, undergo, attain DN.i.55 (paṭhavi-kāyaṃ an-upeti does not go into an earthly body), DN.i.180; MN.i.486 (na upeti, as answer: “does not meet the question”); SN …

vajati →

pts

to go, proceed, get to (acc.), lit. to turn to (cp. vṛj, vṛṇakti, pp. vṛkta, which latter coincides with vṛtta of vṛt in P. vatta: see vatta1 & cp. vajjeti to avoid, …

vañcati →

pts

  1. to walk about Ja.i.214 (inf. ˚ituṃ = pādacāra-gamanena gantuṃ C.).
  2. Caus. vañceti to cheat, deceive, delude, elude DN.i.50; Snp.100, Snp.129, Snp.356; Ja.iii.420 (aor. avañc …

vaṭṭa →

pts

…(tebhūmaka˚). See also Māra; and ˚dukkha ˚vivaṭṭa below. 3. “what has been proffered, expenditure, alms (as t. t.) Ja.vi.333 (dāna˚…

vedanā →

pts

  1. (f.) feeling, sensation (see on term, e.g. Cpd. 14 Mrs. Rh D. B. Psy., ch. iv.) DN.i.45; DN.ii.58 (cp. Dial. ii.54), DN.ii.66, DN.iii.58, DN.iii.77, DN.iii.221, DN.iii.228, DN.iii.238 (˚upādā …

vidhamati →

pts

…is ruined) Mil.91, Mil.226 (Mārasenaṃ), Mil.237, Mil.337 (intrs., with vikirati & viddhaṃsati) 2. vidhameti: Mnd.5;…

vidhūpeti →

pts

…Vin.i.2 (vidhūpayaṃ Māra-senaṃ); SN.i.14; SN.iii.90 = AN.v.325; SN.iv.210; Pts.ii.167

pp vidhūpita.

vi +…

vikkhepika →

pts

adjective , in phrase amarā˚: see under amarā; another suggestion as to explanation may be: khipa = eel-basket, thus vikhep-ika one who upsets the eel-basket, i.e. causes confu …

viyūḷha →

pts

  1. massed, heaped; thick, dense (of fighting) MN.i.86 = Cnd.199#5 (ubhato viyūlḥaṃ sangāmaṃ massed battle on both sides); AN.iii.94, AN.iii.99 (sangāma, cp. SN.iv.308); Ja.vi.275 (balaggāni viyūḷhāni; …

vyādhi →

pts

Vyādhi1

sickness, malady, illness, disease AN.i.139 (as devadūta), AN.i.146, AN.i.155 sq.; AN.iii.66; Pts.i.59 sq. Pts.ii.147; Ja.vi.224; Vism.236. Often in sequence *jāti jarā vyādhi mara …

vāda →

pts

…SN.v.73; AN.ii.26; kumāraka˚; child-talk or childish talk i.e. in the manner of talking to a child SN.ii.218 sq. cori˚; deceitful…

vāhana →

pts

…stable garage); Snp.442 (Māra sa˚ with his elephant); Pv.ii.9#26 Dhp-a.i.192 (hatthi˚, elephant-mount; cp. p. 196 where five. vāhanāni,…

ya →

pts

Ya˚

I. Forms

(See inflection also at Geiger, P.Gr. § 110.) The decl. is similar to that of ta˚ among the more rarely found forms we only mention the foll.
■ sg. nom. m. *[yo](/define/y …

yakkha →

pts

…nephew of Vessavaṇa). Māra the “Tempter Snp.449; SN.i.122; MN.i.338. Sakata “Waggon-load (of riches) Dhp-a.iv.209- 4….

yati →

pts

…yatiṃ); Mhvs.32, Mhvs.32 (khīṇāsavassa yatino) Dāvs iv.33 (yatī); Vism.79 (vikampeti Mārassa hadayaṃ yatī); Pv-a.287 (instr….

yaṭṭhi →

pts

  1. a staff, stick, pole MN.iii.133 (tomara˚ goad); SN.i.115 (pācana˚ driving stick, goad); Mil.2; Dhp-a.iii.140 (kattara˚ a mendicant’s staff); Pv-a.241; Vb-a.241 (yantacakka˚); Mhvs.11, Mhvs.10 (v …

yoga →

pts

-yutta (Mārassa) one who is tied in the bonds (of Māra) AN.ii.52 (so read for ˚gutta the verse also at Pts.ii.80, Pts.ii.81,…

yutta →

pts

…in order, ready Snp.442 (Māra = uyyutta Snp-a.392); Pv-a.53. 4. able, fit (to or for = inf.), suitable, sufficient Snp.826 (cp. Mnd.164)…

yānikata →

pts

…anuṭṭhita paricita susamāraddha* in application to the 4 iddhipādā at DN.ii.103; AN.iv.309; SN.v.260; Mil.140; to…

ñāṇa →

pts

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

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

āghātana →

pts

  1. slaying, striking, destroying, killing Thag.418, Thag.711; death DN.i.31 (= maraṇa DN-a.i.119).
  2. shambles, slaughter-house Vin.i.182 (gav˚); AN.iv.138; Ja.vi.113.
  3. place of execution Vin.iii. …

ārāma →

pts

  1. pleasure, fondness of (-˚), delight, always as adj. (-˚) delighting in, enjoying finding pleasure in (usually combd. with rata, e.g. dhammārāma dhammarata finding delight in the Dh.) S …

āsāṭikā →

pts

fly’s egg, a nit MN.i.220 sq.; AN.v.347 sq., AN.v.351, AN.v.359; Ne.59; Ja.iii.176.

cp. Mārāṭhi āsāḍī

ātura →

pts

adjective ill, sick, diseased; miserable, affected SN.iii.1 (˚kāya); AN.i.250; Snp.331; Vv.83#14 (˚rūpa = abhitunna-kāya Vv-a.328); Ja.i.197 (˚anna “food of the miserable”, i.e. last meal of one goi …

ḍahati →

pts

(& dahati) to burn (trs.) consume, torment MN.i.365; MN.ii.73 AN.v.110; Ja.ii.44 (aor. 3 sg. med. adaḍḍha = Sk. adagdha) Dhp.31, Dhp.71, Dhp.140; Mil.45, Mil.112 (cauterize). Pp. *[daḍḍha](/define/daḍ …

dhuttaka →

bodhirasa

rogue, villain, scoundrel, rascal, rapist, lit. corrupt

SN 5.5 uppalavaṇṇāsuttaṃ

supupphit'aggaṃ upagamma bhikkhuni, ekā tuvaṃ tiṭṭhasi sālamūle, na c'atthi te dutiyā vaṇṇadhātu, bāle na tvaṃ bhāyasi dhuttakānan'ti.

SN 5.5 uppalavaṇṇāsuttaṃ

sataṃ sahassāni'pi dhuttakānaṃ, idh'āgatā tādisakā bhaveyyuṃ, lomaṃ na iñjāmi na santasāmi, na māra bhāyāmi tam'ekikā'pi.

tādisaka →

bodhirasa

of such character, of such quality, like, the kind of

SN 5.5 uppalavaṇṇāsuttaṃ

sataṃ sahassāni'pi dhuttakānaṃ, idh'āgatā tādisakā bhaveyyuṃ, lomaṃ na iñjāmi na santasāmi, na māra bhāyāmi tam'ekikā'pi.

ITI 76 sukhapatthanāsuttaṃ

yādisaṃ kurute mittaṃ, yādisaṃ c'ūpasevati, sa ve tādisako hoti, sahavāso hi tādiso.

santasati →

bodhirasa

is terrified (of), is frightened (of), is disturbed (by)

SN 5.5 uppalavaṇṇāsuttaṃ

sataṃ sahassāni'pi dhuttakānaṃ, idh'āgatā tādisakā bhaveyyuṃ, lomaṃ na iñjāmi na santasāmi, na māra bhāyāmi tam'ekikā'pi.

SNP 54 sāriputtasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 16

paradhammikānam'pi na santaseyya, disvā'pi tesaṃ bahubheravāni, ath'āparāni abhisambhaveyya, parissayāni kusal'ānuesī.

iñjati →

bodhirasa

moves, stirs, arouses

SN 5.5 uppalavaṇṇāsuttaṃ

sataṃ sahassāni'pi dhuttakānaṃ, idh'āgatā tādisakā bhaveyyuṃ, lomaṃ na iñjāmi na santasāmi, na māra bhāyāmi tam'ekikā'pi.

idhāgata →

bodhirasa

come here

SN 5.5 uppalavaṇṇāsuttaṃ

sataṃ sahassāni'pi dhuttakānaṃ, idh'āgatā tādisakā bhaveyyuṃ, lomaṃ na iñjāmi na santasāmi, na māra bhāyāmi tam'ekikā'pi.

ekikā →

bodhirasa

woman alone, solitary woman

SN 5.5 uppalavaṇṇāsuttaṃ

sataṃ sahassāni'pi dhuttakānaṃ, idh'āgatā tādisakā bhaveyyuṃ, lomaṃ na iñjāmi na santasāmi, na māra bhāyāmi tam'ekikā'pi.