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nāṭaka, 22 találat.

ñātaka →

bodhirasa

kin, kinsman, relative, relation, family member, lit. known ones

DHP 43 cittavaggo

na taṃ mātā pitā kayirā, aññe vā'pi ca ñātakā, sammāpaṇihitaṃ cittaṃ, seyyaso naṃ tato kare.

AN 5.76 dutiya yodhājīvasuttaṃ

so ñātakehi nīyamāno appatvā'va ñātake antarāmagge kālaṃ karoti. evarūpo'pi, bhikkhave, idh'ekacco yodhājīvo hoti. ayaṃ, bhikkhave, dutiyo yodhājīvo santo saṃvijjamāno lokasmiṃ.

naṭaka →

ncped

dancer; an acrobat; an entertainer.

ñātaka →

ncped

relation; kinsman.

naṭaka →

pts

Err:501

nāṭaka →

pts

…also used coll. = dancing-woman Ja.i.59 (?), Ja.ii.395.

Sk. nāṭaka; see naccati

ñātaka →

pts

relation, relative, kinsman Vin.ii.194; MN.ii.67; Dhp.43; Snp.263 (= Kp-a.140 ñāyante amhākaṃ ime ti ñātakā), Snp.296, Snp.579; Pv.ii.1#4 (Minayeff, but Hardy ˚ika); Pv-a.19, Pv-a.21, Pv-a.31, Pv\ …

appaññātaka →

ncped

lack of fame, lack of reputation.

aññātaka →

ncped

unknown; unfamiliar.

aññātakavesena →

ncped

in disguise; not in one owns form.

avasesa →

pts

Avasesa1

remainder, remaining part; only in compounds an˚; (adj.) without any remainder i.e. fully, completely MN.i.220 = AN.v.347 (˚dohin); AN.i.20 sq., AN.i.88; Snp.146; Pp.17; Dhs.363 …

aññātaka →

pts

Aññātaka1

he who is not a kinsman Dhp-a.i.222.

a + ñātaka, cp. Sk. ajñāti

Aññātaka2

adjective unknown, unrecognisable, only in phrase -vesena in unknown form, in disguis …

dhamma →

pts

…of the Dh. MN.ii.175

  • -nāṭaka a class of dancing girls having a certain duty Ja.v.279; *…

gahana →

pts

  1. adj. deep, thick, impervious, only in a˚ clear, unobstructed, free from obstacles Vv.18#7 (akanataka +); Mil.160 (gahanaṃ a kataṃ the thicket is cleared).
  2. nt. an impenetrable place, a thicket j …

gāyaka →

pts

singer Pv-a.3 (naṭaka˚).

fr. next

laṅghaka →

pts

jumper, tumbler, acrobat Ja.ii.142; Mil.34, Mil.191, Mil.331. f. laṅghikā Vin.iv.285 (with naṭakā & sokajjhāyikā).

fr. laṅgh

laṅghana →

pts

jumping, hopping Ja.i.430 (-naṭaka a tumbler, jumper, acrobat, cp. fick, soc gliederung 188, 190, 192); Ja.ii.363, Ja.ii.431. Cp. ullaṅghanā olaṅghanā.

fr. laṅgh

naccaka →

pts

dancer, (pantomimic actor Mil.191, Mil.331, Mil.359 (naṭa˚)
■ f. naccakī Vin.ii.12.

Sk. *nṛtyaka, distinguished from but ultimately identical with naṭaka, q.v.

nahātaka →

pts

“one who has bathed,” a brahmin who has finished the studies MN.i.280; AN.iv.144; Dhp.422 (expl. at Dhp-a.iv.232 with ref. to perfection in the Buddha’s teaching: catusaccabuddhatāya buddha); cp. Snp …

naṭa →

pts

…(˚karaka), Dhp-a.iv.224 (˚kīḷā); Mil.359 (˚naccaka); Sdhp.380
■ Cp. naṭaka & nāṭaka.

Sk. naṭa dial. ṭ, cp. Prk. naḍa, of…

nāga →

pts

…Vin.ii.152); Ja.vi.382

  • -nāṭaka snakes as actors Dhp-a.iv.130;
  • -nāsūru (f. (woman) having thighs like an…

sajjeti →

pts

to send out, prepare, give, equip; to fit up, decorate: dānaṃ to give a donation Dhp-a.ii.88; pātheyyaṃ to prepare provisions Ja.iii.343; gehe to construct houses Ja.i.18; nāṭakāni to arrange …

viggaha →

pts

  1. dispute, quarrel Ja.i.208 (ñātakānaṃ aññamaññaṃ viggaho); Mil.90 often combined with kalaha, e.g. Vin.ii.88; AN.iv.401 Mnd.302; Mil.383.
  2. taking up form (lit. seizing on), “in …