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nicca, 89 találat.

nicca →

bodhirasa

permanent, constant, stable, reliable

TH 225 lakuṇḍaka bhaddiya theragāthā

buddho ce me varaṃ dajjā, so ca labbhetha me varo, gaṇhe'haṃ sabbalokassa, niccaṃ kāyagataṃ satiṃ.

AN 4.49 vipallāsasuttaṃ

anicce, bhikkhave, niccan'ti saññāvipallāso cittavipallāso diṭṭhivipallāso. dukkhe, bhikkhave, sukhan'ti saññāvipallāso cittavipallāso diṭṭhivipallāso.

nicca →

ncped

constant, permanent, enduring; invariable; (iic often: constantly, always)

nicca →

pts

…Far more freq. as anicca (adj.; aniccaṃ nt. n.) unstable impermanent, inconstant; (nt.) evanescence, inconstancy,…

anicca →

bodhirasa

impermanent, unstable, unreliable

SN 22.57 sattaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

yaṃ rūpaṃ paṭicca uppajjati sukhaṃ somanassaṃ, ayaṃ rūpassa assādo. yaṃ rūpaṃ aniccaṃ dukkhaṃ vipariṇāmadhammaṃ, ayaṃ rūpassa ādīnavo.

DHP 277 maggavaggo

sabbe saṅkhārā aniccā'ti, yadā paññāya passati, atha nibbindati dukkhe, esa maggo visuddhiyā.

anicca →

bodhirasa

rare, irregular, unusual

SN 22.1 nakulapitusuttaṃ

anicca-dassāvī kho pan'āhaṃ, bhante, bhagavato manobhāvanīyānañ'ca bhikkhūnaṃ.

aniccadassāvī →

bodhirasa

who seldom sees, who rarely gets to see

SN 22.1 nakulapitusuttaṃ

aniccadassāvī kho pan'āhaṃ, bhante, bhagavato manobhāvanīyānañ'ca bhikkhūnaṃ.

aniccasaññā →

bodhirasa

recognition of impermanence, perception of transience

MN 62 mahārāhulovādasuttaṃ

aniccasaññaṃ, rāhula, bhāvanaṃ bhāvehi. aniccasaññañ'hi te, rāhula, bhāvanaṃ bhāvayato yo asmimāno so pahīyissati.

AN 6.102 anavatthitasuttaṃ

cha, bhikkhave, ānisaṃse sampassamānena alam'eva bhikkhunā sabbasaṅkhāresu anodhiṃ karitvā aniccasaññaṃ upaṭṭhāpetuṃ. katame cha?

aniccato →

bodhirasa

as impermanent, as unstable, as transient, as unreliable

AN 4.49 vipallāsasuttaṃ

tesaṃ sutvāna sappaññā, sacittaṃ paccaladdhā te, aniccaṃ aniccato dakkhuṃ, dukkham'addakkhu dukkhato.

SN 12.66 sammasasuttaṃ

ye'pi hi keci bhikkhave anāgatam'addhānaṃ samaṇā vā brāhmaṇā vā yaṃ loke piyarūpaṃ sātarūpaṃ taṃ aniccato dakkhissanti … te taṇhaṃ pajahissanti

aniccānupassī →

bodhirasa

observing impermanence, following instability

MN 62 mahārāhulovādasuttaṃ

anicc'ānupassī assasissāmī'ti sikkhati, anicc'ānupassī passasissāmī'ti sikkhati.

niccamma →

bodhirasa

skinless, flayed

SN 12.63 puttamaṃsūpamasuttaṃ

kathañ'ca, bhikkhave, phassāhāro daṭṭhabbo? seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, gāvī niccammā kuḍḍañce nissāya tiṭṭheyya

niccasaññī →

bodhirasa

perceiving permanence (in), perceiving of stability (in)

AN 4.49 vipallāsasuttaṃ

anicce niccasaññino, dukkhe ca sukhasaññino, anattani ca attā'ti, asubhe subhasaññino, micchādiṭṭhihatā sattā, khittacittā visaññino.

niccaṃ →

bodhirasa

continuously, always, permanently

DHP 23 appamādavaggo

te jhāyino sātatikā, niccaṃ daḷhaparakkamā, phusanti dhīrā nibbānaṃ, yogakkhemaṃ anuttaraṃ.

DHP 253 malavaggo

paravajj'ānupassissa, niccaṃ ujjhānasaññino, āsavā tassa vaḍḍhanti, ārā so āsavakkhayā.

panāniccaṃ →

bodhirasa

and transient, and unstable

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

taṃ kiṃ maññatha, bhikkhave, rūpaṃ niccaṃ vā aniccaṃ vā'ti? aniccaṃ, bhante. yaṃ pan'āniccaṃ, dukkhaṃ vā taṃ sukhaṃ vā'ti? dukkhaṃ, bhante.

SN 22.79 khajjanīyasuttaṃ

yaṃ pan'āniccaṃ dukkhaṃ vipariṇāmadhammaṃ, kallaṃ nu taṃ samanupassituṃ, etaṃ mama, eso'ham'asmi, eso me attā'ti? no h'etaṃ, bhante

anicca →

farkas

állandótlan, állandótlanság

niccabhattaka →

ncped

constant food, food given always.

niccabhattika →

ncped

taking food (there) always.

niccaggini →

ncped

niccagginin →

ncped

having a permanent, constant, fire.

niccakappaṃ →

ncped

adverb practically always; constantly.

niccanavaka →

ncped

constantly new; always like a newcomer.

niccaṃ →

ncped

constantly; always; perpetually.

anicca →

nyana

…or, as abstract noun, aniccatā impermanence or change is the first of the three universal characteristics of existence tilakkhana, which…

anicca-saññā →

nyana

Anicca-saññā: Perception of impermanence, is defined in the Girimananda Sutta A. X. 60 as meditation on the impermanence of the five clusters…

aniccānupassanā →

nyana

Aniccānupassanā: C ontemplation of impermanence, is one of the 18 chief kinds of insight development see: vipassanā.

ariya-puggala →

nyana

…as impermanent anicca, gains the ability of faith, he, at the moment of the path to Stream-winning A1 is called a faith-devotee…

bhāvanā →

nyana

…misery and impersonality anicca dukkha anattā see: tilakkhana of all bodily and mental phenomena of existence, included in the 5 groups…

impermanence →

nyana

Impermanence: anicca - Contemplation of i., cf. vipassanā 1.

paññā →

nyana

…of the impermanency anicca, misery dukkha see: sacca and impersonality anattā of all forms of existence. Further details, see: under…

progress of the disciple →

nyana

…regard to the impermanency anicca misery dukkha and impersonality anattā, of all phenomena of existence, he finally realizes deliverance from…

ti-lakkhana →

nyana

…signata, are impermanency anicca, suffcring or misery dukkha see: sacca, dukkhatā no-self anattā.

Whether Perfect Ones appear in the…

transitoriness →

nyana

Transitoriness: anicca

ānāpāna-sati →

nyana

…Reflecting on impermanence anicca I will breathe in, thus he trains himself; reflecting on impermanence I will breathe out, thus he trains…

accuta →

pts

…(see also cuta) AN.iv.295, AN.iv.327; Snp.204, Snp.1086 (= nicca etc. Cnd.12); Dhp.225 (= sassata Dhp-a.iii.321);…

aggi →

pts

…The form agginī in phrase niccagginī can either be referred to gini (q.v.) or has to be taken as nom. of aggini (in adj. function with ī metri…

anupassanā →

pts

…Pts.i.20, Pts.i.96; Pts.ii.37, Pts.ii.41 sq. Pts.ii.67 sq.; Vb.194. See anicca˚, anatta˚, dukkha˚.

abstr. of anupassati, cf. Sk….

assāsika →

pts

…Pāli equivalent runs anicca addhuva asassata (= appāyuka) vipariṇāma-dhamma thus inviting the conjecture that Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit…

attan →

pts

…with dukkha & anicca-

  1. as noun: SN.iii.141 (˚anupassin); SN.iv.49; SN.v.345 (˚saññin); AN.ii.52 = Pts.ii.80 (anattani anattā;…

bhojana →

pts

…are given at Vin.iv.75, viz niccabhatta˚, salākabhatta˚, pakkhikaṃ, uposathikaṃ pāṭipadikaṃ
■ As part of the regulations concerning…

bodhi →

pts

…above with the addition of aniccasaññā; dukkha˚, anatta˚, pahāna˚, virāga˚, nirodhasaññā thus at Ne.112, Ne.237. In the older texts we…

cakkhu →

pts

…SN.iv.123 SN.ii.244 (aniccaṃ, etc.); SN.iii.255 (do.), SN.iv.81, SN.iv.128 (na tumhākaṃ); Pts I.132 (aniccatṭhaṃ). Numerous others…

cala →

pts

…(= Nibbāna) Thig.350; cp. niccala motionless Dhp-a.iii.38.

  • -ācala [intens. redupl.] moving to & fro, in constant motion, unsteady…

chanda →

pts

…SN.iii.10; SN.iv.72; yaṃ aniccaṃ, etc.… tattha˚ SN.iii.122, SN.iii.177; SN.iv.145 sq.; asmī ti ch. SN.iii.130 atilīno ch. SN.v.277 sq.,…

citta →

pts

…AN.i.170
■ niccaṃ idaṃ cittaṃ niccaṃ idaṃ mano SN.i.53; cittena niyyati loko “by thoughts the world is led” SN.i.39…

dassāvin →

pts

…being aware of, realizing; anicca SN.iii.1; ādīnava˚ SN.ii.194; SN.iv.332; MN.i.173; AN.v.181 sq. pariyanta˚ AN.v.50 sq.; bhaya˚ SN.v.187:…

dhamma →

pts

…see nicca) “the whole of the visible world, all phenomena are evanescent etc.” SN.iii.132 sq. & passim.; diṭṭhe

dhuva →

pts

…impermanent DN.i.19 (anicca a. appāyuka); MN.i.326; SN.iv.302; Ja.i.393; Ja.iii.19 (addhuva-sīla); Vv-a.77.

  • -gāmin leading to…

dhātu →

pts

element. Closely related to dhamma in meaning B 1b, only implying a closer relation to physical substance. As to its gen. connotation cp. Dhs. trsl. p. 198.

  1. a primary element, of whic …

dukkha →

pts

…SN.i.188; SN.ii.53 (yad aniccaṃ taṃ dukkhaṃ); SN.iii.112 (id.), SN.iii.67, SN.iii.180, SN.iii.222; SN.iv.28, SN.iv.48, SN.iv.129 sq.;…

ittara →

pts

…cira-kāla-ṭṭhāyin anicca vipariṇāma-dhamma Pv-a.60); DN-a.i.195; Pv-a.60 (= paritta khaṇika). 2. small, inferior, poor,…

jāta →

pts

…(jātānaṃ maccānaṃ niccaṃ maraṇato bhayaṃ); jātena maccena kattabbaṃ kusalaṃ bahuṃ Dhp.53 = Mil.333; yakkhinī jātâsi (born…

khandha →

pts

…Vin.i.14
■ as aniccaṃ SN.iii.41, SN.iii.52, SN.iii.102, SN.iii.122, SN.iii.132 sq., SN.iii.181 sq., SN.iii.195 sq.,…

khaya →

pts

…exegesis of rūpassa aniccatā: rūpassa khayo vayo bhedo Dhs.645 = Dhs.738 = Dhs.872
■ See also khīṇa and the foll. compounds s. v.:…

kāla →

pts

…Snp.73 (expl. in Nd ii.by niccakāle under sadā; but at Snp-a.128 by phāsu-kālena “in good time”); -kāle kāle from time to time, or…

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 …

kāya →

pts

…bahuādīnavo AN.v.109; as anicca dukkha, etc. MN.i.500; MN.ii.17 kāyena aṭṭiyamānā harayamānā SN.iv.62; SN.v.320 dissati imassa kāyassa…

kāḷa →

pts

…Snp.73 (expl. in Nd ii.by niccakāle under sadā; but at Snp-a.128 by phāsu-kālena “in good time”); -kāle kāle from time to time, or…

labhati →

pts

…Mhvs.5; or “labhamāno niccam pi khāditu-kāmo ’mhi” if I get the chance I should always like to eat Ja.i.478; and passim (cp. Pass….

lakkhaṇa →

pts

…the phenomenal world are anicca, dukkha, anatta, or impermanence, suffering unreality: thus at Ja.i.48 (dhamma-desanā ti-l-˚muttā)…

mana(s) →

pts

…of unsteadiness and fear: niccaṃ utrastaṃ idaṃ cittaṃ (heart), niccaṃ ubbiggaṃ idaṃ mano (mind). The same…

mano →

pts

…of unsteadiness and fear: niccaṃ utrastaṃ idaṃ cittaṃ (heart), niccaṃ ubbiggaṃ idaṃ mano (mind). The same…

ni →

pts

…˚pphala (without fruit); niccala motion-less, ˚kkaruṇa (heartless), ˚ddosa (fault˚), ˚maṃsa (flesh˚), ˚saṃsaya (doubt˚) nirattha…

nibbikāra →

pts

adjective steady, unchanged, steadfast; persevering Ja.i.66; Pv-a.178, Pv-a.253 (+ nicca); Snp-a.189, Snp-a.497; Vism.311.

nis + vikāra

nibbāna →

pts

…see nicca). aniccasaññī… bhikkhu pāpuṇāti diṭṭh’ eva dhamme nibbānaṃ AN.iv.353
■…

niccala →

pts

adjective motionless Ja.iv.2; Pv-a.95.

Sk. niścala, nis + cala

niccamma →

pts

…the skin off Ja.iii.281. niccamma-gāvī “a skinless cow,” used in a well-known simile at SN.ii.99, referred to at Vism.341 &…

niccatta →

pts

Err:509

niccatā →

pts

continuity, permanence, only as ; changeableness, impermanence SN.i.61, SN.i.204 SN.iii.43; SN.iv.142 sq., SN.iv.216, SN.iv.325.

abstr. to nicca

nija →

pts

adjective own Dāvs ii.68. Cp. niya.

Sk. nija, wth dial. j. for nitya = P. nicca

pahasita →

pts

laughing, smiling, joyful, pleased Mil.297; Ja.i.411 (nicca˚ mukha), Ja.ii.179.

pp. of pahasati or ˚hassati

pakkhika FIXME double →

pts

…of five bhojanāni, viz. niccabhatta, salākabhatta, pakkhika uposathika, pāṭipadika, Vin.i.58 = Vin.ii.175; Vin.iv.75; Ja.ii.210;…

paloka →

pts

…= Mil.418 (in formula aniccato dukkhato rogato etc., with freq.variant reading paralokato; cp AN.iv.423; Cnd.214; Pts.ii.238); SN.iii.167…

para →

pts

…as an enemy MN.i.435 (in “anicca”-passage); AN.iv.423; Cnd.214#ii; Pts.ii.238 Kv.400; Mil.418 and passim; in phrase parato disvā “seen as…

paribbaya →

pts

…Vv-a.75; Pv-a.3 (sahassaṃ sahassaṃ ˚ṃ karoti), Pv-a.97 (nicca˚); Dāvs v.66.

pari + vaya, i.e. *vyaya

parāmāsa →

pts

…the real meaning of anicca etc and say nicca). Hence the renderings in Asl. trs “Reversion,” in Dialogues iii.28, 43, etc. “perverted…

paññatta →

pts

…mañca-pītha), Vv-a.92 (niccabhatta); Pv-a.78. Esp. freq. in ster. formula paññatte āsane nisīdi he sat down on the appointed (i.e….

phala →

pts

…trees etc.) Vv.84#14 (dumā nicca-phal’ ûpapannā not to phalu, as Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. phalu); Vism.120\- *amba˚*; mango\-fruit...

rūpa →

pts

…and ill (anattā, anicca dukkha); e.g. rūpañ ca h’ idaṃ attā abhavissa, na y’ idaṃ rūpaṃ ābadhāya saṃvatteyya Vin.i.13,…

sadatthuta →

pts

adjective always praised Ja.iv.101 (= nicca-pasattha C.).

sadā + thuta

sampupphita →

pts

in full bloom Pv.iv.12 (= niccaṃ pupphita Pv-a.275).

saṃ + pupphita

saññā →

pts

…the sevenfold perception, anicca-anatta-, asubha-, ādīnava-, pahāna-, virāga-, and nirodha-saññā, DN.ii.79; cp. AN.iii.79; the…

saṅkhāra →

pts

one of the most difficult terms in Buddhist metaphysics, in which the blending of the subjective-objective view of the world and of happening peculiar to the East, is so complete, that it is almost i …

suññatā →

pts

…(atta˚, attaniya˚, niccabhāva˚).

  • -pakāsana the gospel of emptiness DN-a.i.99, DN-a.i.123; *…

thuta →

pts

praised Dhs-a.198; Ja.iv.101 (sada˚ = sadā thuto niccapasattho); Mil.278 (vaṇṇita th. pasattha).

cp. pp. of thavati

vaya →

pts

Vaya1 & vayo

neuter age, especially young age, prime, youth; meaning “old age” when characterized as such or contrasted to youth (the ord. term for old age being jarā). …

virāga →

pts

…as “destruction”): aniccatā sankhārānaṃ etc., vipariṇāma virāga nirodha, e.g. SN.iii.43; (as “ceasing fading away”:)…

ya →

pts

…use e.g. SN.iii.44 (yad aniccaṃ taṃ dukkhaṃ); Iti.59 (yad eva diṭṭhaṃ tad ev’ âhaṃ vadāmi). 2. as adv., e.g. yad-agge

yamaka →

pts

…ibid.), or may refer to the Yamaka-sutta with its discussion of anicca, dukkha, anatta.

fr. yama3

ñāṇa →

pts

…& conviction (such as aniccaṃ anattā dukkhaṃ: Mil.42); whereas ñ. is relative to common experience (see Cnd.235#3 under cakkhumā, & on…

ānejja →

pts

…Pār. Vin.i.1, 6 as acala, niccala, i.e. motionless. This cpd. is indicated below by (p.) after the reference
■ The various spellings of the…