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manussa, 112 találat.

manussa →

bodhirasa

human being, man, person

DHP 85 paṇḍitavaggo

appakā te manussesu, ye janā pāragāmino, ath'āyaṃ itarā pajā, tīram'ev'ānudhāvati.

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

tattha cakkhumā puriso majjhe ṭhito passeyya manusse gehaṃ pavisante'pi nikkhamante'pi

manussa →

pts

…clans) Dhp-a.i.364
amanussa not human, a deva, a ghost a spirit; in compounds “haunted,” like -kantāra Ja.i.395…

amanussa →

bodhirasa

non-human being, i.e. deity, god, demon, ghost

AN 11.15 mettāsuttaṃ

manussānaṃ piyo hoti, amanussānaṃ piyo hoti, devatā rakkhanti, n'āssa aggi vā visaṃ vā satthaṃ vā kamati, tuvaṭaṃ cittaṃ samādhiyati, mukhavaṇṇo vippasīdati

SN 20.3 kulasuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, bhikkhave, yassa kassaci bhikkhuno mettācetovimutti abhāvitā abahulīkatā so suppadhaṃsiyo hoti amanussehi.

amanussaggāha →

bodhirasa

capture by non-human beings

SN 35.241 paṭhama dārukkhandhopamasuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, bhikkhave, sace tumhe'pi na orimaṃ tīraṃ upagacchatha, na pārimaṃ tīraṃ upagacchatha, na majjhe saṃsīdissatha, na thale ussīdissatha, na manussaggāho gahessati, na amanussaggāho gahessati, na āvaṭṭaggāho gahessati, na antopūtī bhavissatha, evaṃ tumhe, bhikkhave, nibbānaninnā bhavissatha nibbānapoṇā nibbānapabbhārā.

devamanussaloka →

bodhirasa

world of gods and men

SNP 62 nanda māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 7

ye kec'ime samaṇabrāhmaṇāse, diṭṭhassutenāpi vadanti suddhiṃ, sīlabbatenāpi vadanti suddhiṃ, anekarūpena vadanti suddhiṃ, te ce muni brūsi anoghatiṇṇe, atha ko carahi devamanussaloke, atāri jātiñ'ca jarañ'ca mārisa, pucchāmi taṃ bhagavā brūhi me taṃ.

SNP 58 puṇṇaka māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 3

te ce n'ātariṃsu yājayogā, yaññehi jātiñ'ca jarañ'ca mārisa, atha ko carahi devamanussaloke, atāri jātiñ'ca jarañ'ca mārisa, pucchāmi taṃ bhagavā brūhi me taṃ.

devamanussā →

bodhirasa

gods and men

DN 14.6 mahāpadānasuttaṃ

caratha, bhikkhave, cārikaṃ bahujanahitāya bahujanasukhāya lokānukampāya atthāya hitāya sukhāya devamanussānaṃ, mā ekena dve agamittha

SNP 58 puṇṇaka māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 3

te ce n'ātariṃsu yājayogā, yaññehi jātiñca jarañ'ca mārisa, atha ko carahi devamanussa-loke, atāri jātiñca jarañ'ca mārisa, pucchāmi taṃ bhagavā brūhi me taṃ.

manussabhūta →

bodhirasa

of human birth

DN 30.21 lakkhaṇasuttaṃ

yam'pi bhikkhave tathāgato purimaṃ jātiṃ purimaṃ bhavaṃ purimaṃ niketaṃ pubbe manussabhūto samāno micchājīvaṃ pahāya sammāājīvena jīvikaṃ kappesi

manussaggāha →

bodhirasa

capture by human beings

SN 35.241 paṭhama dārukkhandhopamasuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, bhikkhave, sace tumhe'pi na orimaṃ tīraṃ upagacchatha, na pārimaṃ tīraṃ upagacchatha, na majjhe saṃsīdissatha, na thale ussīdissatha, na manussaggāho gahessati, na amanussaggāho gahessati, na āvaṭṭaggāho gahessati, na antopūtī bhavissatha, evaṃ tumhe, bhikkhave, nibbānaninnā bhavissatha nibbānapoṇā nibbānapabbhārā.

manussaloka →

bodhirasa

human world

NIDD2 2.1 ajita māṇava pucchā niddesa

loko'ti nirayaloko tiracchānaloko pettivisayaloko manussaloko devaloko khandhaloko dhātuloko āyatanaloko ayaṃ loko paro loko brahmaloko devaloko, ayaṃ vuccati loko.

manussapaṭilābha →

bodhirasa

becoming a human being, acquiring the human state

DHP 182 buddhavaggo

kiccho manussapaṭilābho, kicchaṃ maccāna jīvitaṃ, kicchaṃ saddhammassavanaṃ, kiccho buddhānam'uppādo.

manussaphassa →

bodhirasa

human contact, human encounter

SNP 54 sāriputtasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 16

pañcannaṃ dhīro bhayānaṃ na bhāye, bhikkhu sato sapariyantacārī, ḍaṃsādhipātānaṃ sarīsapānaṃ, manussaphassānaṃ catuppadānaṃ.

manussatta →

bodhirasa

human existence, human state

SN 1.49 maccharisuttaṃ

nirayaṃ tiracchānayoniṃ, yamalokaṃ upapajjare, sace enti manussattaṃ, dalidde jāyare kule.

SN 56.48 dutiyachiggaḷayugasuttaṃ

evaṃ adhiccam'idaṃ, bhikkhave, yaṃ manussattaṃ labhati. evaṃ adhiccam'idaṃ, bhikkhave, yaṃ tathāgato loke uppajjati arahaṃ sammāsambuddho. evaṃ adhiccam'idaṃ, bhikkhave, yaṃ tathāgatappavedito dhammavinayo loke dibbati.

manussaviggaha →

bodhirasa

human being, lit. taken human form

VIN 1.1.3 tatiya pārājikaṃ

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

sadevamanussa →

bodhirasa

with kings and commoners, with gods and men

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.

samanussaranta →

bodhirasa

remembering, recalling, recollecting

SN 35.246 vīṇopamasuttaṃ

evañ'hi so, bhikkhave, goṇo kiṭṭh'ādo gāmagato vā araññagato vā, ṭhānabahulo vā assa nisajjabahulo vā na taṃ kiṭṭhaṃ puna otareyya, tam'eva purimaṃ daṇḍasamphassaṃ samanussaranto.

uttarimanussadhamma →

bodhirasa

super-human state, super-power, super human distinction, lit. beyond human nature

SN 41.9 acelakassapasuttaṃ

imehi kho me, gahapati, tiṃsamattehi vassehi pabbajitassa n'atthi koci uttarimanussadhammā alam'ariyañāṇadassanaviseso adhigato phāsuvihāro, aññatra naggeyyā ca muṇḍeyyā ca pāvaḷanipphoṭanāya cā'ti

yakkha →

dppn

A class of non human beings generally described as non-human. They are mentioned with Devas, Rakkhasas, Dānavas, Gandhabbas, Kinnaras, and Mahoragas (? Nāgas).

Elsewhere AN.ii.38 they rank, in progr …

acchariyamanussa →

ncped

wonderful exceptional man

atikkanta-mānussaka →

ncped

atikkanta-mānussaka

mf(-ikā)n. superhuman

dhammanussati →

ncped

calling dhamma to mind.

uttarimanussadhamma →

ncped

(& mfn.?) an extraordinary or superhuman quality or attainment; (beyond the human norm; extraordinary)

ākiṇṇamanussa →

ncped

full of people; crowded with people

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 …

amanussa →

pts

…haunted); Pv-a.216
■ Cp. amānusa.

a + manussa

amanussika →

pts

adjective belonging to or caused by a spirit Vin.i.202, Vin.i.203 (˚âbādha being possessed by a demon).

fr. amanussa

amānusa →

pts

…of demons, but also of gods; a + mānusa, cp. amanussa

antarāya →

pts

…cora˚ aggi˚, udaka˚, manussa˚, amanussa˚, vāḷa˚, siriṃsapa˚ jīvita˚, brahmacariya˚*. In B.Sk. 7 at Divy.544, viz…

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 …

asuci →

pts

adjective not clean, impure, unclean Snp.75 (˚manussā, see Cnd.112); Pp.27, Pp.36; Sdhp.378, Sdhp.603.

a + suci

aṅgaṇa →

pts

Aṅgaṇa1

neuter an open space, a clearing, Vin.ii.218; Ja.i.109 (= manussānan sañcaraṇa-ṭṭhāne anāvaṭe bhūmibhāge C.); Ja.ii.243, Ja.ii.290 Ja.ii.357; Dāvs i.27
cetiy˚; an open space …

aṭṭha →

pts

…akkhaṇehi vajjitaṃ manussabhāvaṃ: the 8 unlucky signs). In progression: Ja.iv.3 (aṭṭha petiyo, following after 4, then foll. by 8,…

bhaya →

pts

…adhipātā, siriṃsapā, manussaphassā catuppādā); Vb.379 (5, viz. ājīvika˚, asiloka˚ parisa-sārajja˚, maraṇa˚, duggati˚,…

bhāsā →

pts

…dialect Ja.iv.279 (manussa˚ human speech), Ja.iv.392 (caṇḍāla˚); Kp-a.101 (saka-saka˚-anurūpa); Snp-a.397 (Milakkha˚);…

bhūta →

pts

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

buddha →

pts

Buddha1

adjective

  1. understood SN.i.35 = SN.i.60 (su-dub-buddha very difficult to understand)
  2. having attained enlightenment, wise AN.iv.449; Pv-a.16 (buddh’ ādayo), Pv-a.60 (= ari …

cariya →

pts

…cariyā˚.

  • -piṭaka the last book in the Khuddaka-nikāya
  • -manussa a spy, an outpost…

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 …

citta →

pts

…bhamassu cittaṃ Dhp.371; manussakehi kāmehi cittaṃ vuṭṭhapetvā SN.v.409; na uḷāresu kāmaguṇesu bhogāya cittaṃ namati…

deva →

pts

…(see deva-manussaloka), sa-brahmakā (SN.iii.90). See below 1 b. Lists of popular gods are to be found, e.g. at DN.ii.253;…

devaka →

pts

…Snp.377, Snp.443, Snp.760 etc. Mil.234. See also devamanussa-loka.

deva + ka

dhamma →

pts

…DN.iii.260; Cnd.55. uttari-manussa-dh˚ā transcendental, supernormal phenomena DN.i.211, cp. DN.iii.4; abbhuta-dh˚ā wonderful signs,…

dāyaka →

pts

…Snp.p. 87 Iti.19 (ito cutā manussattā 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…

dāyikā →

pts

…Snp.p. 87 Iti.19 (ito cutā manussattā 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…

gahana →

pts

…(in expl. of Satthā; rāgagahanaṃ tāreti); Dhp-a.iv.156 (on Dhp.394) Vv-a.96
■ manussa˚ MN.i.340.

  • -ṭṭhāna a lair in…

gati →

pts

…Tiracchāna˚, Peta˚, Manussa˚, Deva˚. Of these Nos. 1–3 are considered duggatis, whilst Nos. 4 and 5 are sugati. In later sources we…

ghātaka →

pts

…Vin.i.168 (id.); Vin.ii.194 (manussa˚); Vin.iv.260 (tala˚) Ja.iv.366 (gāma˚ corā robbers infesting the village); Ja.v.397 (thī˚ = itthi˚);…

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 …

idha →

pts

…the world of men Snp.1043 (= manussaloka Cnd.552#c); Pv-a.64; in this religion Vb.245. On diff. meanings of idha see Dhs-a.348.

Sk. iha, adv. of…

ito →

pts

…this world); Pv.i.6#2 (i.e. manussalokato Pv-a.33); Pv.i.12#3 (= idhalokato Pv-a.64); Ne.93 (ito bahiddhā); Pv-a.46 (ito dukkhato mutti) 2….

jana →

pts

creature, living being:

  1. sg. an individual, a creature person, man Snp.121, Snp.676, Snp.807, Snp.1023 (sabba everybody) Usually collectively: people, they, one (= Fr. on), with pl. of verb Dhp.249 …

kamma →

pts

the doing, deed, work orig. meaning (see karoti) either building (cp. Lit kùrti, Opr. kūra to build) or weaving, plaiting (still in mālākamma and latā˚ “the intertwining of garland …

kantāra →

pts

…vāla˚, nirudaka˚, amanussa˚, appabbhakkha Ja.i.99; SN-a.324; 4 kinds at Cnd.630: cora˚, vāla˚, dubhikkha˚ nirudaka˚. The term is…

kapaṇa →

pts

…miserable Pv-a.274;

  • -manussa a wretched fellow, a beggar Vism.343;
  • -laddhaka obtained in pain,…

kappika →

pts

(-˚) adjective

  1. belonging to a kappa, in paṭhama˚
    ■ kāla the time of thé first Age DN-a.i.247 Vb.412 (of manussā); Vv-a.19 (of Manu); without the kāla (id.) at Ja.i.222; as noun the men o …

kappiya →

pts

adjective

  1. (cp. kappa ii.1a) according to rule, right, suitable, fitting, proper, appropriate (Pv-a.26 = anucchavika paṭirūpa) Ja.i.392; DN-a.i.9; Pv-a.25 Pv-a.141
    ; not r …

kiccha →

pts

…troublesome Dhp.182 (kiccho manussapaṭilābho, Dhp-a.235 = dullabho).

  1. (nt.) distress, misery, pain, suffering: kicchaṃ āpanno loko…

kuṇapa →

pts

…AN.iv.377 (ahi˚, kukkura˚, manussa pūti˚); AN.iv.198 sq.; Snp.205; Ja.i.61, Ja.i.146; Pv-a.15 Kaṇṭhe āsatto kuṇapo a corpse hanging…

kāma →

pts

to desire.

  1. Objective: pleasantness, pleasure-giving, an object of sensual enjoyment.
  2. Subjective: (a) enjoyment, pleasure on occasion of sense, (b) sense-desire.

Buddhist commentators exp …

loka →

pts

…head-word, also peta˚ & manussa˚. The division at Mnd.550 is as follows: niraya˚, tiracchāna˚, pittivisaya˚, manussa˚, deva˚ (=…

lola →

pts

…Ja.ii.319 (˚manussa), Ja.iii.7; Pp.65; Mnd.366; Dāvs iv.44; Mil.300
alola not greedy, not distracted (by…

loḷa →

pts

…Ja.ii.319 (˚manussa), Ja.iii.7; Pp.65; Mnd.366; Dāvs iv.44; Mil.300
alola not greedy, not distracted (by…

manuja →

pts

…Cnd.496 (explains as “manussa” & “satta”).

  • -ādhipa lord of men Mhvs.19, Mhvs.32.
  • -inda king of men great…

manussatta →

pts

human existence, state of men Iti.19; Vv.34#16; Snp-a.48, Snp-a.51; Sdhp.17 sq.

abstr. fr, manussa

manussika →

pts

adjective see under *a*˚.

fr. manussa

mohana →

pts

making dull or stupid, infatuation, enticement, allurement Snp.399, Snp.772 (= mohanā vuccanti pañca kāmaguṇā Mnd.26). The Sk. meaning is also “sexual intercourse” (cp. Halāyudha p. 315), which may ap …

muṇḍa →

pts

adjective bald, shaven; a shaven, (bald-headed) ascetic, either a samaṇa, or a bhikkhu or (f.) bhikkhunī SN.i.175 (m. sanghāṭi-pāruta); Vin.iv.265 (f.); Snp.p.80 (= muṇḍita-sīsa Snp-a.402)
■ *ka …

mānusa →

pts

…As nt. in collective sense = mankind Pv.ii.11#3 (variant reading mānussaṃ; C. = manussaloka). Manusaka = manusa

cp. Vedic mānuṣa; fr….

māraka →

pts

…who kills or destroys, as manussa˚; man-killer Ja.ii.182; hatthi˚; elephant-killer Dhp-a.i.80
■ m. in phrase…

nava →

pts

Nava1

(num.) number nine. gen
■ dat. navannaṃ (Snp.p.87) instr
■ abl. navahi (Vv-a.76), loc. navasu.

Meaning and Application: The primitive-Aryan importance of the “mystic” nine i …

nimmanussa →

pts

void of men, absence of men Ja.iii.148.

nis + manussa + ya

nānatta →

pts

(nt. m.) diversity, variety, manifoldness, multiformity, distraction; all sorts of (opp. ekatta, cp. MN.i.364: “the multiformity of sensuous impressions,” M.A.). Enumn of diversity as nānat …

ogahana →

pts

submersion ducking, bathing; fig. for bathing-place Snp.214 (= manussānaṃ nahāna-tittha Snp-a.265). See also avagāhana.

o + gahana fr. gāhati; Sk. avagāhana; concerning sho …

okāsa FIXME double →

pts

-matta permission Snp.p. 94.

  • -loka the visible world (manussa-loka) Vism.205 Vv-a.29

ava + kāś to shine

oramāpeti →

pts

to make someone desist from Ja.v.474 (manussa-maṃsā).

Caus. ii. of oramati

para →

pts

…anicca-passage), Cnd.410 (= manussalokaṃ ṭhapetvā sabbo paraloko); Pts.i.121; Vv.84#5 (= narakaṃ hi sattānaṃ ekantânatthatāya…

pariggahita →

pts

…Vin.iv.278; Dhp-a.i.13 (amanussa˚ by ghosts); Pv-a.87 Pv-a.133; Sdhp.64
■ f. abstr, -tā being possessed (Vism.121 (amanussa˚).

pp….

patha →

pts

…ñeyya˚ dveḷhā˚, manussa˚, yañña˚, vāda˚, sagga˚, hattha˚ der. pātheyya
■ See also byappatha

patta →

pts

…(sīsacchedaṃ), Pv-a.71 (manussabhāvaṃ). Very frequent as-˚ and in meaning equal to finite verb or other phrase, when spelling -ppatta

pattha →

pts

Pattha1

a lonely place, in cpd. vana˚; DN.i.71; Pp.59 etc., a wilderness in the forest, explained by Bdhgh as “gāmantaṃ atikkamitvā manussānaṃ anupacāra-ṭṭhānaṃ yattha na kasanti na vap …

pattika →

pts

Pattika1

on foot, a pedestrian or soldier on foot, DN.i.50, DN.i.89, DN.i.106, DN.i.108; DN.ii.73; AN.ii.117 (hatth’-āruha, assāruha, rathika, p.); Ja.vi.145; Vism.396 (manussā pattikā ga …

peta →

pts

…another form of existence (manussa, deva, tiracchāna). The punishment in the Nirayas is included in the peta existence. Modes of suffering are…

purisa →

pts

…the C. are “puriso nāma manussa-puriso na yakkho na peto etc.” (i.e. man κα ̓τ ἐςοξήν) Vin.iv.269 (the same expln for…

rāhaseyyaka →

pts

…in seclusion or secrecy, in manussa˚; “fit to lie undisturbed by men” Vin.i.39 (+ paṭisallāna-sāruppa) MN.ii.118.

rahas + seyya + ka…

rājan →

pts

Rājā (Rājan)

king, a ruling potentate. The defn at Vin.iii.222 is “yo koci rajjaṃ kāreti.” The fanciful etym. at DN.iii.93 Vism.419 is “dhammena pare rañjetī ti rājā” i.e. he gladdens othe …

rājā →

pts

Rājā (Rājan)

king, a ruling potentate. The defn at Vin.iii.222 is “yo koci rajjaṃ kāreti.” The fanciful etym. at DN.iii.93 Vism.419 is “dhammena pare rañjetī ti rājā” i.e. he gladdens othe …

samanussarati →

pts

to recollect, call to mind SN.iv.196; Vin.ii.183.

saṃ + anussarati

sampatti →

pts

…Mil.96; Dhp-a.iii.183 (manussa˚, devaloka˚ nibbāna˚); Ne.126 (sīla˚, samādhi˚, paññā˚; cp sampadā); four Vb-a.439 sq. (gati˚,…

satta →

pts

…= AN.iii.208 (C.: manussa-vikkaya).

cp, Vedic sattva living being, satvan “strong man, warrior,” fr….

sugati →

pts

…as including “manussagati,” whereas sagga is “devagati”); Vb-a.158; Dhp-a.i.153
suggati (in verses), Dhp.18;…

sukha →

pts

…Iti.67; another three (manussa˚, dibba˚, nibbāna˚) Dhp-a.iii.51; four (possessing, making good use of possessions, having no debts,…

ta →

pts

Ta˚

base of demonstr. pron. for nt., in oblique cases of m. & f., in demonstr. adv. of place & time (see also sa).

I. Cases: nom

sg. nt. tad (older) Vin.i.83; Snp.1052; Dh …

tanutta →

pts

diminution, reduction, vanishing, gradual disappearance AN.i.160 (manussānaṃ khayo hoti tanuttaṃ paññāyati); AN.ii.144 (rāga˚, dosa˚ moha˚); esp. in phrase (characterizing a sakadāgāmin “rāga-dosa-m …

tibba →

pts

…= Iti.90; AN.ii.30; tibbo manussaloko (dark dense) Mil.7; ˚andhakāra dense darkness Vism.500 sq. ˚kilesu deep blemish (of character)…

tiracchāna →

pts

…among beasts); Vv-a.23 (manussatiracchāna an animal-man, wild man, “werwolf”).

  • -kathā “animal talk”; wrong…

tiṭṭhati →

pts

to stand, etc.

I. Forms

pres ind. tiṭṭhati (Snp.333, Snp.434; Pv.i.5#1);
imper second tiṭṭha, 3rd tiṭṭhatu ppr. tiṭṭhaṃ, tiṭṭhanto, tiṭṭhamāna;
pot tiṭṭhe (Snp.918, Snp.968) & tiṭṭheyy …

upakaraṇa →

pts

…(commodities), Pv-a.133 (˚manussa, adj. suitable, fit) Sdhp.69. In general any instrument or means of achieving a purpose, viz. apparatus of a…

upanikkhittaka →

pts

spy Ja.vi.409 (˚manussa), Ja.vi.431 (id.), Ja.vi.450 (id.).

= prec.

upari →

pts

…Pv-a.11 (heṭṭhā manussa-saṇṭhānaṃ upari sūkara-s˚), Pv-a.47 (upari chattaṃ dhāriyamāna), Pv-a.145 (sabbattha upari…

upādāya →

pts

…Pv-a.268 (manussalokaṃ). The same use of upādāya is found in BSk., e.g. at Divy.25, Divy.359, Divy.413; Avs.i.255.

  1. (ic…

ussada →

pts

…of manussa (lobh’ādīhi alobh’ādīhi sahitassa manassa ussannatāya manussā), viz. sattā manussa-jātikā tesu…

uttari FIXME double →

pts

…dainties Ja.i.196.

  • -manussa beyond the power of men, superhuman, in cpd. ˚dhamma an order which is above man,…

uttari →

pts

…dainties Ja.i.196.

  • -manussa beyond the power of men, superhuman, in cpd. ˚dhamma an order which is above man,…

uttariṃ FIXME double →

pts

…dainties Ja.i.196.

  • -manussa beyond the power of men, superhuman, in cpd. ˚dhamma an order which is above man,…

uttariṃ →

pts

…dainties Ja.i.196.

  • -manussa beyond the power of men, superhuman, in cpd. ˚dhamma an order which is above man,…

viggaha →

pts

…atirocati); Vin.i.97 (manussa˚); Vin.ii.286 (id.); Vin.iv.215 (tiracchānagata-manussa˚), Vin.iv.269 (id.); Ja.v.398 = Ja.v.405 (= sarīra…

vāḷa →

pts

…a beast of prey AN.iii.102 (amanussa); Ja.i.295; Ja.iii.345 (˚macchā predaceous fishes); Mil.23 (˚vana forest of wild beasts).

*…

yakkha →

pts

…order they rank between manussa and gandhabba at AN.ii.38; they are mentioned with devas rakkhasas,…

ākiṇṇa →

pts

…DN.ii.147 (˚yakkha for ˚manussa; full of yakkhas i.e. under their protection); AN.iii.215; cp. Mil.2 (˚jana-manussa). 2. (uncertain whether…

ālaka-manda →

pts

Ālaka-manda

at Vin.ii.152 is of uncertain reading and meaning (“open to view”? or “not having pegs” āḷaka?) vv.ll. āḷakamanta & ālakamandāra; Bdhgh on p. 321 explains āḷakamandā ti ekangaṇā manussâb …

āracayāracayā →

pts

by means of hammering, slashing or beating (like beating a hide) Snp.673 (gloss ārajayārajayā fr. ā + *rañj or *raj)
■ Snp-a.481 explains the passage as follows: ārajayārajayā; i.e. yathā ma …

ṭhāna →

pts

(ṭṭhāna) neuter

I. Connotation

As one of the 4 iriyāpathā (behaviours)

  1. contrasted (a) as standing position with sitting or reclining (b) as rest with motion.
  2. by itself without parti …