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no, 5221 találat.

no →

ncped

…or forming a sentence by itself) 2. may there not; I hope that … not.

  1. no! not so.

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indeclinable emphatic and interrog….

no →

pts

na no… na neither-nor (notnor) Snp.455 2. in disjunctive questions: “or not”, as evaṃ hoti vā… no vā (is it so-or not) DN.i.61,…

ababa →

dppn

A name given not to a special purgatory but to a period of time in Avīci.

One term of Ababa is equal to four hundred of Abbuda; an Abbuda being…

abhaya →

dppn

…AN.i.220–222 On another occasion he visits the Buddha, again at Vesāli, with the Licchavi Sāḷha; the latter asks the Buddha’s…

accutagāmabyāmaka →

dppn

One of the Pacceka Buddhas in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

acelakassapa →

dppn

…that he had thereby obtained no particular excellence of knowledge. Citta tells him of his own attainments and Kassapa expresses a desire to enter…

aciravata →

dppn

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

aciravatī →

dppn

…and prayers: it is of no use standing on one bank of the river and calling to the other bank to come over.

In the river were many bathing…

adhikakkā →

dppn

A ford, evidently a well-known bathing-ghat, where pilgrims used to bathe in order to obtain purification from their sins. It is mentioned in a…

aggikabhāradvāja →

dppn

…Buddha gives the brahmin another interpretation of the “threefold lore”;. The brahmin, thereupon, becomes a convert, enters the Order, and,…

aggivessana →

dppn

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

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

aggāḷave cetiye →

dppn

…sleeping in the company of novices, Vin.iv.16 giving new buildings in hand. Vin.ii.172f.

The Chabbaggiyā are censured here for a nissaggiya

ahogaṅgā →

dppn

A mountain in North India, on the Upper Ganges. There, for some time, lived the Thera Sambhūta Sānavāsi, and it was there that Yasa…

ajapālanigrodha →

dppn

…four satipaṭṭhāna, and another Brahmā Sutta SN.v.232f. on the five indriyāni, were concerning thoughts that occurred to the Buddha on…

ajita →

dppn

…whose Theragāthā verses speak of how sometimes the wise are unknown, while the fool is honored. Thag.129–130

ajitakesakambala →

dppn

…him that he was a young novice compared with Ajita. SN.i.68

References to ascetics wearing hair garments are found in several passages of the…

ajātasattu →

dppn

…in their teachings. It is noteworthy that the Buddha greets the king cordially on his arrival and makes no mention whatever of the king’s…

ambagāma →

dppn

…road which led from Vesāli northwards to the Malla Country, for other villages in the vicinity of Ambagāma were Hatthigāma and…

ambasaṇḍā →

dppn

…east of Rājagaha.

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

ambatittha →

dppn

…warned by the cowherds not to go to Ambatiṭṭha as in the Jaṭila’s hermitage in the village dwelt a mighty Nāga. While the Buddha was…

ambaṭṭha →

dppn

…the correlated branches of knowledge, including the Lokāyata, as recorded in the Ambaṭṭha Sutta. DN.i.87ff. Once, at the request of his…

andhakavinda →

dppn

…milk-rice earlier, could not eat large quantities of his dishes, he was rather rude to them. Later he expressed remorse, and the Buddha assured…

annabhāra →

dppn

…held in esteem by everyone: not-coveting, not-malice, right-mindfulness, right-concentration. AN.ii.29–31

On another occasion they discuss…

anopamā →

dppn

Daughter of the Treasurer Majjha of Sāketa. She was so called (’Peerless“) because of her beauty. When she grew up, all sorts of eminent men sought her hand with rich gifts, but she was unwilling to m …

anotatta →

dppn

A semi-mythical lake, said to be in the Himalayas. Thag.430

Himalaya5lake

anuruddha →

dppn

iddhi, however, does not seem to have enabled him to prevent his fellow-dweller Abhiñjika from talking too much, SN.ii.203–204 nor his…

anurādha →

dppn

…him and asked him whether or not a Tathāgata exists after death; dissatisfied with his answer they called him “fool” and went away. Thereupon…

anāthapiṇḍika →

dppn

…of the vihāra; another eighteen crores were spent in the festival of dedication. He fed one hundred monks in his house daily in…

aputtaka →

dppn

…millions of gold to say nothing of silver.“ And yet Aputtaka ate nothing except sour husk-gruel left over from the previous day and wore…

araññakuṭikā →

dppn

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

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ariṭṭha →

dppn

…to be stumbling-blocks are not such at all for him who indulges in them.

Ariṭṭha left the Order and would not come back until the…

ariṭṭhakā →

dppn

A class of devas who were present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta.

They were like azure flowers in hue (ummāpupphanibhāsino). DN.ii.260

asaññasattā →

dppn

…the nine abodes of beings (sattāvāsā). These beings are unconscious and experience nothing. AN.iv.401 As soon as an idea occurs to them they…

asibandhakaputta →

dppn

…where he will be reborn. On another occasion, the Buddha tells him, in answer to a question, that the Buddha teaches the Dhamma in full only to…

asita →

dppn

…them about their pretensions regarding their lineage and they could find no answer. They thereupon followed his advice and renounced…

asokā →

dppn

…of Ñātikā. When Ānanda announces her death to the Buddha at Ñātikā in the Giñjakāvasatha, and inquires where she had been born, the Buddha…

assaji →

dppn

…tells the Buddha that he cannot enter into jhāna because of his difficulty in breathing and that he cannot win balance of mind. The Buddha…

assajipunabbasukā →

dppn

…and the early morning and at noon and outside prescribed hours, and that they found this quite agreeable and saw no reason for changing their mode…

assaka →

dppn

…AN.iv.256 AN.iv.260 It does not, however; occur in the list of twelve countries given in the Janavasabha Sutta. The capital of Assaka, was called…

avanti →

dppn

…with Māgadha.

Avanti is now identified with the country north of the Vindhaya Mountains and north-east of Bombay, roughly corresponding to…

avīci →

dppn

…but in this context there is no indication that the name refers to a purgatory. The word is not found in a list of purgatories given in the Sutta…

ayujjhā →

dppn

…city are recorded in the Canon; on one occasion he preached the Phena Sutta SN.iii.140ff. and on the other the Dārukkhandha Sutta, although the…

aññātakoṇḍañña →

dppn

…of the five ascetics known as the Pañcavaggiyā. When, after the Enlightenment, the Buddha visited them at Isipatana and preached the…

aḷaka →

dppn

…of the Aḷaka and the Assaka kings that Bāvarī lived. Snp.977 To the north of Alaka was Patiṭṭhāna. Snp.1011

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aṅga →

dppn

…was just a wealthy nobleman, and he is mentioned merely as having granted a pension to a Brahmin. MN.ii.163 The people of Aṅga and…

aṅgaṇikabhāradvāja →

dppn

…practiced Buddhism and in due course acquired the three knowledges. Thag.219–221

aṅgulimāla →

dppn

…his father being a Gagga.

It was on his account that the rule not to ordain a captured robber was enacted. Vin.i.74

aṅguttarāpa →

dppn

A country north of the river Mahī, evidently a part of Aṅga on the other side of that river .

It was here, in the village Āpaṇa, that the…

aṭṭhaka →

dppn

…behaved as if they did. Nor did they claim that they personally saw and knew that “here alone resides the truth and everything else is…

badarikārāma →

dppn

…because he was unwilling to violate the rule laid down by the Buddha that no novice should share the room of an ordained monk….

bahudhīti →

dppn

…Buddha had no nagging wife, no creditors, no vermin disturbing his sleep. The Buddha agreed with him, and he was so pleased with the Buddha’s…

bahuputta cetiya →

dppn

…of Vesāli, to the north of that city. DN.iii.9 The Buddha is said to have stayed there DN.ii.118; Ud.vi.1…

baka →

dppn

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

bandhura →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of not wanting to drink poison after tasting the Dhamma. Thag.103

beluva →

dppn

…said that he had kept nothing back from his disciples and had no special instructions for the Order to follow after his death. Each disciple…

bhaddavatikā →

dppn

…by cowherds and others not to approach Ambatiṭṭha as a fierce Nāga dwelt there. Sāgata Thera, hearing this, went to Ambatiṭṭha and…

bhaddavāggiyā →

dppn

…Uruvelā. One of them had no wife, and for him they found a courtesan; but she awaited the opportunity and ran away with their goods. While…

bhaddiya →

dppn

…The Buddha advised Bhaddiya not to be led away by hearsay but to judge for himself.; and he then proceeded, by means of question and answer, to…

bhadrāvudha →

dppn

…the flood. By grasping after nothing in the world, answered the Buddha, for Māra follows the man who clings to things.

This question and answer…

bharaṇḍukālāma →

dppn

…of sense desires only but not of objects of sense or of feelings; those who have full comprehension of sense desires and of objects of sense; and…

bhañña →

dppn

…and future and who accepted the teaching of the Great Forty. They also accepted non covetousness, non malice, right mindfulness and right…

bhusāgāra →

dppn

…killed near him, but so wrapped in meditation was he that he knew nothing of it. DN.ii.131f.

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bhāradvāja →

dppn

…and of the Order. Annoyed at this, Bhāradvāja went to the Buddha and asked a question. He was so pleased with the answer that he joined…

bodhi →

dppn

…When, therefore, Bodhi acknowledged the Buddha as his teacher, at the conclusion of the Bodhirājakumāra Sutta, he was seeking the Buddha’s…

brahmāyu →

dppn

…having sent a messenger to announce his arrival, visited the Buddha.

He satisfied any remaining doubts he had as to the marks on the Buddha’s…

buddha →

dppn

…at Kusinārā.

A Buddha is not a deity, but a person who has reached the pinnacle of wisdom and freedom. From time to time Buddha’s appear in…

bāhiya →

dppn

…as experiences and no more. Even as he listened, Bāhiya became an arahant and the Buddha left him. Shortly after, Bāhiya was gored to…

bārānasī →

dppn

…kings of Benares who renounced the world and became Pacceka Buddhas).

The name which occurs most frequently, however, is that of Brahmadatta,…

bāvarī →

dppn

…of it.“ “Who then knows it?” asked Bāvarī, and the devatā told him of the appearance in the world of the Buddha. Forthwith he sent…

bījaka →

dppn

…rule against unchastity had not then been promulgated, Sudinna yielded to her importunities, thus prompting the Buddha to lay down the first…

cakkavatti →

dppn

…bounds; and is established not by the scourge, nor by the sword, but by righteousness. Particulars are found chiefly in the Mahāsudassana,…

cakkhupāla →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse says that though he is walking blind on a wilderness road he will not go on with an evil companion. Thag.95

campā →

dppn

…of campaka-trees, well known for the fragrance of their marvellous white flowers, and there, in the Buddha’s time, wandering teachers were…

caṇḍakālī →

dppn

A nun, well known for her quarrelsome propensities. She was a friend of Thullanandā, during whose absence the other nuns once expelled…

caṇḍappajjota →

dppn

…the services of Jīvaka, as no other doctor could cure him. The cure for the malady was ghee, for which Pajjota had a strong aversion. Jīvaka,…

caṇḍā →

dppn

…verses speak of how, with no family or friends, she wandering begging food to survive. One day she met Paṭācārā who had just finished…

channa →

dppn

…committed a fault but was not willing to acknowledge it. When the matter was reported to the Buddha, he decreed that the ukkhepaniya-kamma be…

citta →

dppn

…Citta, pleased with his demeanour, invited him to his park, the Ambātakārāma, and built for him a monastery there. Thereafter many monks visited…

cunda →

dppn

…name of Cunda, the better known being Mahā-Cunda and the other Cūḷa-Cunda. But the legends connected with them are so confused that it is…

cāpā →

dppn

…been an ascetic who had renounced his vows to have a child with her, but now regretted his decision and wanted to return to the holy life under…

cāpāla cetiya →

dppn

parinibbāna, definitely decided to accede to the request of Māra that he should die. When he announced this decision the earth shook….

cātummahārājikā →

dppn

…prosper in righteousness or not. AN.i.142f.

These four Gods surpass the other inhabitants of their worlds in ten ways—beauty, length of life,…

cūḷapanthaka →

dppn

…powers and of his wide knowledge of the Buddha’s teachings. The nuns listened with great admiration until after sunset, when they were unable…

dabbila →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

dakkhiṇāgiri →

dppn

…and his father. On another of these occasions the Buddha saw the Magadhakhetta, which gave him the idea of designing the robe of a monk to…

dakkhiṇāpatha →

dppn

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

daṇḍapāṇi →

dppn

…in Kapilavatthu and questioned him on his teachings. The Buddha explained them to him, but he was not satisfied, and went away “shaking his…

devadatta →

dppn

…one on one path, two on another, and so on up to sixteen, and the plan was so laid that not one of them would survive to tell the tale. But when…

devadhammika →

dppn

A class of ascetics mentioned in a nominal list. They are doomed to purgatory. AN.iii.277

dhammasava →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of going forth and attaining the three knowledges. Thag.107

dhammika →

dppn

…of the lodgings could not tolerate his insulting ways. He therefore sought the Buddha and complained to him. The Buddha is said to have…

doṇa →

dppn

…celebrating a feast in its honour. DN.ii.166f.

Doṇa first met the Buddha on the road between Ukkaṭṭha and Setavyā. He saw the Buddha’s…

dukkhamūla →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

dāmali →

dppn

…who visits the Buddha at Jetavana and tells him that an arahant has to work hard for nothing. The Buddha points out to him that there is…

dīghīti →

dppn

…him his dying advice “look not too far nor too near”. Dīghāyu heard and understood; he entered the service of Brahmadatta, first as an…

dūsī →

dppn

…the brahmins to show great honour to the monks, hoping, in that way, to tempt them. But, owing to the intervention of Kakusandha, Dūsī’s…

ekapuṇḍarīka →

dppn

…monasteryEkapuṇḍarīka2

An elephant belonging to Pasenadi. It was while riding on this…

ekasālā →

dppn

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

ekuddāniya →

dppn

…that one of higher mind will not sorrow. Thag.68

The verse attributed above to Ekuddāniya, occurs in the Vinaya Vin.iv.54 as having been…

gajaṅgala →

dppn

…in detail. AN.v.54f. On another occasion the Buddha stayed in the Mukheluvana and was visited there by Uttara, the disciple of Pārāsariya….

gandhāra →

dppn

…Buddha mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.69

Gandhāra2

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

gayāsīsa →

dppn

…south-west of Gayā and is now called Brahmayoni. To the south-east of the hill Hsouien Thsang saw the three thūpas of the Tebhātika Jaṭilā…

ghaṭīkāra →

dppn

…of his parents, could not renounce the world. Kikī, king of Benares, having heard of his virtues from Kassapa Buddha, sent him five hundred…

gijjhakūṭa →

dppn

…DN.ii.72

Several well-known suttas were preached on Gijjhakūṭa—e.g., the Māgha, Dhammika and Chaḷabhijāti Suttas, the discourse on…

giñjakāvasatha →

dppn

…Hall“ was, however, not designed for the Buddha and his monks alone, for we find mention of members of other sects staying there, e.g., the…

gosiṅgasālavanadāya →

dppn

…Sutta. MN.i.205f. On another occasion, when the Buddha was staying there with many eminent monks, among whom were Sāriputta, Moggallāna and…

govinda →

dppn

…Disampati. He had a son, Jotipāla, who succeeded him after his death and came to be known as Mahā Govinda. DN.ii.230f.

“Govinda” was…

gutijjita →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, whose name occurs in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

haliddavasana →

dppn

…the Kukkuravatika Sutta to Puṇṇa-koliyaputta and Seniya Kukkuravatika. MN.i.387 Another Buddha is also mentioned as having preached a…

hatthaka →

dppn

…he had died regretting three things: of not having seen enough of the Buddha, of not heard enough of the Dhamma, of not served enough the…

himavā →

dppn

…length, breadth and depth—Anotattā, Kaṇṇamuṇḍā, Rathakāra, Chaddantā, Kuṇālā, Mandākinī and Sīhappapātaka; these lakes are…

huhuṅka →

dppn

…the true brahmin. The Buddha explained the matter, but made no impression on him. Vin.i.2 Ud.i.4

hāliddakāni →

dppn

…Māgandiyapañha SN.iii.9f. and again on those of the Sakkapañha. SN.iii.13f.

On another occasion SN.iv.115f. he questioned the Elder…

iccānaṅgala →

dppn

…appear that the Buddha was not left to enjoy the solitude which he desired, for we are told that the residents of Icchānaṅgala, having heard of…

inda →

dppn

…with Brahma after death. In another place, he is described as being seated in the company of Pajāpati and other gods in the Assembly Hall, named…

indasālaguhā →

dppn

…the Vediya mountain, to the north of Ambasaṇḍā, which was a brahmin village, east of Rājagaha. Once, when the Buddha was staying there, Sakka…

isidatta →

dppn

…livelihood and all their honours, yet these men do not serve me as whole-heartedly as they do the Lord.“

Once the king spent the night in a…

isidāsī →

dppn

…ascribed to her, describes not only her present life, but also her past lives. She had been a worker in gold in Erakaccha and had committed…

isigili →

dppn

…for a kappa; but Ānanda did not take his opportunity. DN.iii.116

The books refer to several other visits of the Buddha to Isigilapassa. During one…

isipatana →

dppn

…leaves. Vin.i.189 On another occasion when the Buddha was staying at Isipatana, having gone there from Rājagaha, he instituted rules…

jambudīpa →

dppn

…tree, Jambudīpa is also known as Jambusanda. Snp.552

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

jambukhādaka →

dppn

…topics, such as nibbāna, arahantship, the āsavas, sakkāya, ignorance, the Noble Eightfold Path, etc. SN.iv.251–260

janogha →

dppn

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

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javakannaka →

dppn

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

jayasena →

dppn

…Doctrine. Reluctantly the novice did so, but at the end of the exposition Jayasena declared that he was unable to agree with it.

When this was…

jetavana →

dppn

…much so that the Jetavana became the default setting for any discourse not otherwise located.

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jotipāla →

dppn

…Reṇu, who had six other nobles as companions. On the death of Govinda, Jotipāla became chaplain to Disampati. He inspired Reṇu’s six…

jāli →

dppn

JāliJāḷi

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

jālinī →

dppn

…to rebirth among the gods. Anuruddha told her there would be no rebirth for him. SN.i.200 Thag.908

jāliya →

dppn

…heard that Pātika could not come to hold a discussion with the Buddha at Vesāli, he went to the Tindukkhāna-paribbājakārāma and tried to…

jātiyāvana →

dppn

…contains the story of an arahant on whom a woman committed a misdemeanour while he was sleeping in Jātiyāvana.

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jāṇussoṇi →

dppn

…AN.i.56 Nibbana here and now, AN.i.157 brahmins and the threefold knowledge, AN.i.166 fearlessness of death, AN.ii.173 the ideals of various…

jīvaka →

dppn

…to take exercise; Jīvaka had gone to Vesāli on business and had noticed their pale, unhealthy look. Vin.ii.119

kajangala →

dppn

…in detail. AN.v.54f. On another occasion the Buddha stayed in the Mukheluvana and was visited there by Uttara, the disciple of Pārāsariya….

kakudha →

dppn

…the way neither of himself nor of others.“ Becoming aware of Devadatta’s plans for obtaining possession of the leadership of the Saṅgha,…

kakudhā →

dppn

…Cunda, telling him that no blame attached to him for having provided the Buddha with the meal which was to be his last. DN.ii.129 DN.ii.134f.

kamboja →

dppn

…with Gandhāra, belonged, not to the Majjhimadesa but, evidently, to the Uttarāpatha. AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 AN.iv.256 AN.iv.260

In the Assalāyana…

kammāsadhamma →

dppn

…of casual relations, and the Aṅguttara AN.v.29f. a discourse on the ten noble states, both preached at Kammāsadhamma.

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kandaraka →

dppn

…his regret that Pessa could not wait to hear the differences between these four kinds of people; and at the request of the monks the Buddha…

kandarāyana →

dppn

…Madhurā and accused him of not paying due respect to elderly brahmins, but when Mahā Kaccāna preached to him he expressed delight and offered…

kannakujja →

dppn

…or thirty-three miles, in a north-west direction. Fa Hsien gives the distance as forty-nine miles. (Buddhist Records, p.205; Giles, p.47. For a…

kapilavatthu →

dppn

…Kālāman. AN.i.276f. On another occasion we hear of the Buddha convalescing at Kapilavatthu after an illness. AN.i.219

Not all the Sākyans of…

kapotakandara →

dppn

…to the temptation to give a knock on the monk’s shining head. The yakkha immediately fell down and was swallowed up in the fires of hell….

kappa →

dppn

…it is possible to cultivate knowledge and thought so as to be free from thoughts of “I” and “mine” with regard to the body. The same…

karerimaṇḍalamāḷa →

dppn

…by wooden pillars, but with no walls.DN.ii.1 The monks seem to have been in the habit of sitting out here and talking on various topics at the…

kasivantā →

dppn

kasivantākapīvantā

A city to the north of Uttarakuru. DN.iii.201

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kassapa →

dppn

…Buddhas mentioned in the Canon. DN.ii.7

Among those who attained arahantship under Kassapa is mentioned Gavesī, who, with his five hundred…

kassapagotta →

dppn

…the monk and instructed him not to waste his time in preaching to a man who heard but did not understand what was being said. Kassapa was agitated…

kasībhāradvāja →

dppn

…cast into the river because no one is capable of digesting food once offered to a Tathāgata. When the rice touches the water it crackles and…

katamorakatissa →

dppn

…available. Vin.iv.66

On another occasion, wishing to ordain a nun who was going through a probationary course, she summoned the monks, but…

kattikā →

dppn

…It is the last month of the rainy…

kaḷārajanaka →

dppn

…of his race left the household at the approach of old age, he broke the tradition by not doing so. He was the last king of this dynasty. His son…

kaṇḍakīvana →

dppn

…which took place there on another occasion between these two and Anuruddha, is given in the Kantakī Sutta. SN.v.298f. The Buddha also stayed in…

kaṇṭaka →

dppn

…committed an offence with another novice, Mahaka. When this became known, a rule was passed that no monk should ordain two novices Vin.i.79 ; this…

kaṇṭakā →

dppn

KaṇṭakāKaṇḍakā

A nun who was guilty of unchastity with the novice Kaṇṭaka. Vin.i.85

keṇiya →

dppn

…for monks and which were not. Vin.i.245f.

According to the Sutta Nipāta Snp.p.104 MN.ii.146f. it was owing to the elaborate preparations…

khemaka →

dppn

…with the answer that he had not, be was sent a third time to ask whether Khemaka was an arahant. “No,” came the answer, and Dāsaka had to…

khemā →

dppn

…her as to whether or not the Buddha existed after death. She explained the matter to him in various ways, and Pasenadi, delighted with her…

khemābhirata →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

khujjuttarā →

dppn

…by reason of her extensive knowledge. A.i.26

Khujjuttarā is several times mentioned as the paragon among lay-women disciples. AN.i.88 AN.ii.164…

kimbila →

dppn

…with him and Nandiya, now in this wood or park, now in that. The Buddha visited them at Pacina-vamsadāya when he was going away, disgusted…

kisasaṅkicca →

dppn

…and evidently a well-known head of a school; mentioned in company with Nanda Vaccha and Makkhali Gosāla. MN.i.238

Kisasankicca is spoken of…

kokanuda →

dppn

…not because he himself does not know these things, but because he does know them. Finally, Kokanuda asks Ānanda who he is, and, on learning his…

kokālika →

dppn

…partisans of Devadatta. Knowing the Buddha’s might, he was, at first, reluctant to join in Devadatta’s plot against him, but later allowed…

kosala →

dppn

…by the Kosalans, to the north-west of Māgadha and next to Kāsī. It is mentioned second in the list of sixteen Great Nations.AN.i.213…

kosambī →

dppn

…but on the other, he should not have been so treated if he could not see that he had done wrong. The monk was eventually excommunicated, and this…

koṇāgamana →

dppn

…time Mount Vepulla was known as Vaṅkaka, and the people living on the mountain were called Rohitassā, their term of life being thirty…

kuddāla →

dppn

…of the past, who were well known for their pious and holy lives. They had numerous followers and, after death, were born in the Brahma-world….

kulavaddhaka →

dppn

Given as a name used ironically to insult another. Vin.iv.8

kuru →

dppn

…was himself the scion of a noble family of the Kurus, is recounted in the Raṭṭhapāla Sutta.MN.ii.65ff. Koravya had a park called Migacīra….

kusinārā →

dppn

…held a festival in honour of the relics. DN.ii.160f.

As the scene of his death, Kusinārā became one of the four holy places declared by…

kuvera →

dppn

…His lotus-lake is called Dharaṇī. His sons are all called Inda. DN.iii.201f. He rules over the northern clime and is lord of the Yakkhas,…

kuṇḍadhāna →

dppn

…therefore probably a friend of Anuruddha and the other Sākyan nobles present on that occasion. MN.i.462

kāka →

dppn

…His father was non-human, and he himself could travel sixty leagues a day. When Pajjota discovered that Jīvaka had fled, after…

kāliṅga →

dppn

…DN.ii.235f.

It is not, however, included in the list of sixteen Janapadas appearing in the Aṅguttara Nikāya….

kāpathika →

dppn

…on his behalf. The Buddha, knowing that Kāpathika had questions to ask of him, gave him an opportunity for so doing, and there followed a…

kāsi →

dppn

…belonging now to one, now to the other. In one such war, Dīghāti the Kosala king, was defeated by the king of Kāsi, but Dīghīti’s son…

kāḷī →

dppn

…reputation for meekness was no more. The story is related in the Kakacūpama Sutta. MN.i.125f.

Kāḷī3

A Māra-woman, sister of…

kīṭāgiri →

dppn

…to provide lodgings for the visitors. They agreed to do so for the Buddha, but would have nothing to do with Sāriputta and Moggallāna….

kūṭāgārasālā →

dppn

…to spend the noonday siesta in the woods outside the Mahāvana, at the foot of a tree; visitors coming at that time would, if their…

lakkhaṇa →

dppn

…for alms, Lakkhaṇa noticed that at a certain spot Moggallāna smiled; on asking him why, he was told to wait till they saw the Buddha….

lakkhī →

dppn

LakkhīLacchī

Normally Lakkhī is the Pali equivalent of the goddess of luck, Lakśmī. However in the early texts the name only appears in one…

licchavī →

dppn

…hundred Licchavis, who did not all salute the Buddha as their teacher, but showed him only such respect as was due to an honoured stranger….

lohicca →

dppn

…state of mind should tell no one else of it, lest he should entangle himself in new bonds. When the Buddha went to Sālāvatikā Lohicca sent the…

lomahaṃsa →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

lomasakaṅgiya →

dppn

…again confessed his ignorance, Candana taught him the verses, and then the former packed his bedding and went to Sāvatthī, where the…

lomasavaṅgīsa →

dppn

…answers that it is not so; learners only abandon the five hindrances; arahants have completely destroyed them from the root. The interview…

maddakucchi →

dppn

…it was stopped midway by another rock, but a splinter from it fell on the Buddha’s foot, wounding it severely. As the Buddha suffered much from…

madhurā →

dppn

…AN.iii.256 but there is no record of his having stayed there. In fact, the Madhura Sutta states that he viewed the city with distinct…

magha →

dppn

…gentle language, to utter no slander, to be free from avarice, to practise generosity and open handed liberality and kindness, to speak the…

mahaka →

dppn

A novice, pupil of Upananda, who is mentioned as having been guilty of a sexual offence with Kaṇḍakā, another novice. Vin.i.70

mahākaccāyana →

dppn

…of giving up wealth and honor for higher things. Thag.494–501

Among Kaccāna’s pupils and followers and those who consulted him were…

mahākappina →

dppn

…thin, and having a prominent nose. It was owing to his psychic powers that he was able to follow the Buddha to the Brahma world. SN.i.145…

mahākassapa →

dppn

…“The boy, methinks, does not know his own measure.” Ānanda, annoyed at being called “boy,” protests “Surely my head is growing grey…

mahākoṭṭhita →

dppn

…SN.iii.173 and three on ignorance and knowledge. SN.iii.17 Another similar sutta is on sense and sense objects, SN.iv.162–165 and there is a…

mahāmoggallāna →

dppn

…and later born in a huge manomayakāya, had warned Moggallāna of Devadatta’s intrigues against the Buddha, but the Buddha ignored this…

mahānāma →

dppn

…followed or preceded knowledge. Ānanda, who was present, not wishing the Buddha to be troubled, took Mahānāma aside and explained to him…

mahāpajāpatī →

dppn

…she lay ill, as there were no monks to visit her and preach to her the Buddha went himself to preach to her. Vin.iv.56

Her Therīgāthā verses…

mahāpurisa →

dppn

…his skin so smooth that no dust clings to it; 13. the down on his body forms single hairs; 14. each hair is straight, blue black and at the top…

mahāsarā →

dppn

…of the five great rivers and dry up only when four suns appear in the world. These seven lakes are Anotattā, Sīhapapātā, Rathakāra,…

mahāvana →

dppn

…the Buddha retired for his noonday rest after his meal at Uruvelakappa. It was in that grove that Ānanda took Tapussa to see him….

makhādeva →

dppn

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

makkhali →

dppn

…heretical teachers— “I know not of any other single person fraught with such loss to many folk, such discomfort, such sorrow to devas and men,…

mallikā →

dppn

…had a daughter by Pasenadi; no mention is made of a son. Probably it is Vajirī, who is spoken of as the king’s only daughter. MN.ii.110 He is…

mallā →

dppn

…them to the Buddha, announcing the name of each family. After the Buddha’s death, they met together once more in the Mote Hall, and made…

manasākaṭa →

dppn

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

in Kosala on the banks of the…

manomaya →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

manopadosikā →

dppn

ManopadosikāManopadūsikā

A class of devas. They burn continually with envy one against another and their hearts become ill disposed and…

manosattā →

dppn

A class of devas. Beings who die devoted to some idea are born in their world—e.g., a Nigaṇṭha who will take only warm water and would rather die than take it cold. MN.i.376

manāpakāyikā →

dppn

…at the Ghositirāma and announced to him that in a trice they could assume any colour they desired, produce any sound, and obtain any happiness….

medakathalikā →

dppn

…oneself, one guards another; this is done by the cultivation of the four satipaṭṭhānas. SN.v.168f.

The name Medakathalikā, though…

methula →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha whose name appears in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

metteyya →

dppn

…friend of Tissa of the Tissa Metteyya Sutta. His personal name, too, was Tissa, but he was better known by his clan name of Metteyya. In a verse in…

mettiyabhummajakā →

dppn

…The monks were greatly annoyed, and accused Dabba of having slandered them to the householder. They, therefore, persuaded a nun named Mettiyā…

migāra →

dppn

…Buddha and remarks on his immense wealth. But the Buddha reminds him that Migāra’s treasure is not real treasure in that it is subject to…

migāramātupāsāda →

dppn

…for sāle. But there was none in Sāvatthī rich enough to buy it, and Visākhā herself bought it back. With the money thus obtained she built…

milakkhā →

dppn

…language is called…

mithilā →

dppn

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

moranivāpa →

dppn

…was on the bank of the Sumāgadhā and the Buddha is mentioned DN.iii.39 as walking there. Not far away was the park of the Queen Udumbarika….

moḷiya →

dppn

…he provides the answers. In another context SN.ii.50 in the same collection Kaḷārakhattiya is reported as saying to Sāriputta that Moliya…

moḷiyasīvaka →

dppn

…follower. SN.iv.230f. Another conversation he had with the Buddha is recorded in the Aṅguttara Nikāya. AN.iii.356 There he asks the Buddha…

māgadha →

dppn

…the river Soṇa, and on the north by the Ganges. The latter river formed the boundary between Māgadha and the republican country of the Licchavis,…

māgaṇḍiya →

dppn

…on being told, he was very annoyed, calling the Buddha a rigid repressionist. Bhāradvāja protested, whereupon Māgaṇḍiya offered to repeat his…

mānatthaddha →

dppn

…of his great pride respected no one. One day he came upon the Buddha preaching to a large crowd of people and stood near, on one side. The Buddha,…

māra →

dppn

…with his equipage. He shall not make me yield ground. That army of thine, which the world of devas and men conquers not, even that, with my wisdom,…

nakulamātā →

dppn

…lay grievously ill, his wife noticed that he was fretful with anxiety. She assured him there was no need for anxiety on his part, either on behalf…

nakulapitā →

dppn

…lay grievously ill, his wife noticed that he was fretful with anxiety. She assured him there was no need for anxiety on his part, either on behalf…

nanda →

dppn

…a scalded she-monkey with nose and ears cut off. The Buddha promised Nanda 500 such nymphs if he were to stay as a monk. He remained in robes,…

nandaka →

dppn

…his back began to ache he knocked at the door, and, having entered, told Nandaka that he had been waiting until the end of his discourse to speak…

nandiya →

dppn

…a warning to the Dark Lord not to attack a bhikkhu such as he. Thag.25

Nandiya2

A Sakyan layman. He visited the Buddha at the…

nigaṇṭha nāṭaputta →

dppn

…omniscience—to be all-knowing, all seeing, to have all comprising knowledge and vision. “Whether I walk or stand or sleep or wake,” he is…

nigrodha →

dppn

…felt great joy, but this is not mentioned in the Udumbarika Sīhanāda. DN.iii.57

Nigrodha2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of…

nigrodhārāma →

dppn

…MN.i.353 On another occasion the Buddha is mentioned as having spent a period of convalescence at Nigrodhārāma. AN.i.219f. It…

niraya →

dppn

…SN.i.149 AN.v.173 Snp.p.126

The Devadūta Sutta MN.iii.185 of the Majjhima Nikāya contains another list: Gūtha, Kukkuḷa, Simbalivana,…

nāga →

dppn

…as supernatural beings, as snakes, elephants, and as the name of certain non Aryan tribes, but the confusion is too difficult to unravel.

nāgadatta →

dppn

He once lived in a forest tract in Kosala and was inclined to be indolent. A deva, noticing this, admonished him, and it is said that Nāgadatta paid heed to the warning. SN.i.200

nāgasamāla →

dppn

…an arahant. Thag.267–270 Another day, while walking with the Buddha, they came to a cleft in the road, and the Buddha wished to go along one way,…

nālaka →

dppn

…Asita realized that he would not live to see the Buddha, he sought out Nālaka and asked him to leave the world at once and become an ascetic and…

nālāgiri →

dppn

…into the city for alms, he ignored the warning, and went into Rājagaha with the monks of the eighteen monasteries of the city. At the sight of…

nārada →

dppn

…the nature of nibbana, he is not an arahant. SN.ii.115f. Elsewhere AN.iii.57f. he is mentioned as staying in the Kukkuṭārāma in…

nāḷandā →

dppn

…brahmin village in Māgadha, not far from Rājagaha. SN.iv.251 AN.v.120 AN.v.121 SN.v.161

Also mentioned as a town near Rājagaha. The Buddha is…

nītha →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.69

ojasi →

dppn

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

okkāka →

dppn

…the elder princes by another wife. These princes were named Okkāmukha, Karakaṇḍa, Hatthinika, and Sīnipura. They lived on the slopes of…

oṭṭhaddha →

dppn

…Buddha had given orders that no one should be allowed to see him; but through the intervention of the novice Sīha, Oṭṭhaddha was admitted to…

pabbata →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

paccantajanapadā →

dppn

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

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

paccekabrahmā →

dppn

…and Tudu. I have not come across any explanation of this term. It may designate a Brahmā who does not live in any recognized Brahmā…

pahāsa →

dppn

…contradicts this and says that their rebirth is in a Niraya and not in any deva world. SN.iv.305f.

5hell

pakudha →

dppn

…as killing, or hearing, or knowing, etc.; no conceptions of, or distinction between, good and bad, knowledge and ignorance, etc.

Pakudha’s…

paribbājakā →

dppn

…that Gotama dealt, not with effects but with causes, and that he went to the root of the matter by teaching how casual states of…

passi →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

pañcakaṅga →

dppn

…repeated to the Buddha. On another occasion, Pañcakaṅga related to the Buddha the conversation he had had with the Paribbājaka Uggāhamāna…

pañcāla →

dppn

…Nations. AN.i.213 AN.iv.252

Pañcāla was to the east of the Kuru country, the country to the north and west of Delhi, from the foot of the…

pañcālacaṇḍa →

dppn

…mindful and self possessed know the way to Nibbāna. SN.i.48 It is probably this same deva who is mentioned as a Mahāyakkha in the…

paṅga →

dppn

The name of a Pacceka Buddha, found in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

paṇḍaka →

dppn

…a village near Kosambī. He was found guilty of having taken what did not belong to him and also of unchastity. Vin.iii.67

paṇḍava →

dppn

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

near Rājagaha3hill

paṇḍita →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

pilindavaccha →

dppn

…be used within seven days.

Another story is related of Pilinda’s iddhi powers. Vin.iii.67 Once a family of Benares, which was wont to minister…

pippaliguhā →

dppn

bojjhangas. SN.v.79 On another occasion, Mahā Kassapa spent several days there in a trance, and when, at the end of that period, he entered…

piṅgiyānī →

dppn

…AN.iii.236ff. On another occasion, Piṅgiyāni is present when five hundred Licchavis come to pay honour to the Buddha at the…

piṇḍola →

dppn

…of Piṇḍola, which say that peace comes neither from fasting nor from eating, and that one should give up honor.

pokkharasāti →

dppn

…Subha Todeyyaputta, another disciple, is reported to have said that Pokkharasāti—here described as Opamañña (of the Upamañña clan)…

potaliputta →

dppn

…reached in which there was no feeling whatever. Samiddhi protested that Potaliputta misinterpreted the Buddha’s teaching, and Potaliputta then…

pukkusa →

dppn

…that he had failed to notice them. The Buddha told him how, when he himself was in Atumā in the Bhusāgāra, there was a great thunderstorm…

pukkusāti →

dppn

…begged his forgiveness for not having paid him due honour; he then begged to have the upasampadā conferred on him. The Buddha consented and sent…

puṇṇa →

dppn

…skill as a preacher, another Sutta, of the Saṃyutta Nikāya, SN.iii.105f. represents Ānanda as saying to the assembled monks that…

puṇṇamāsa →

dppn

…a restrained and wise one knows the rise and passing away of the world. Thag.10

Puṇṇamāsa2

A monk whose Theragāthā verses…

puṇṇā →

dppn

…bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses argue that bathing cannot purify oneself. Thig.236–251

pālileyya →

dppn

…Buddha found that he could not persuade the Kosambī monks to refrain from quarrelling, he left Kosambī alone and unattended, and passing through…

pārāpariya →

dppn

…one’s duty and do no harm. Thag.726–746 The second was spoken by Pārāpariya after the Buddha’s parinibbāna and laments the decline…

pārāsariya →

dppn

…developed their indriyas could neither see forms with their eyes nor hear sounds with their ears. MN.iii.298

pātaligāma →

dppn

…kahāpanas daily, with another one hundred thousand for his sabhā or Council Sp.i.52.

The city was known to the Greeks as Pālibothra, and…

pātikaputta →

dppn

…Dārupattikantevāsī, went to fetch him, but on discovering that he could not rise, they reviled him for his boastfulness. AN.iii.13ff.

pātimokkha →

dppn

…recited.

The Pātimokkha is not included in the extant Buddhist Canon. The rules are included, in the Sutta Vibhaṅga, which contains besides the…

pāyāsi →

dppn

…no world other than this, no fruit of actions and no rebirth. But after a discussion with Kūmara Kassapa, who was staying in the Siṃsapāvana…

pūraṇa kassapa →

dppn

…of the six well known teachers, contemporaneous with the Buddha. He is said to have taught the doctrine of non-action, denying the…

rakkhasā →

dppn

A class of demons, chiefly nocturnal and harmful. They usually have their haunt in the water and devour men when bathing there. Some of them live in…

raṭṭhapāla →

dppn

…to enter the house, he would not do so, but on the next day he went again, and his father tried to tempt him by making a display of the immense…

revata →

dppn

…for him to use and what was not, hence his name, “Revata the Doubter”. UdA.314

He is often mentioned in company with other very eminent…

rohitassa →

dppn

…Buddha said that such was not possible. The devaputta then confessed that he had, in a previous life, been a sage called Rohitassa, of great…

rojā →

dppn

…that the monks had no supply of green vegetables or pastry, he consulted Ānanda, and, with the Buddha’s sanction, offered these things…

rāhu →

dppn

…seized the Moon god, and on another the Sun god, both these invoked the aid of the Buddha. The Buddha then instructed Rāhu to let them free. Rāhu…

rāhula →

dppn

…laid down to the effect that no novice should sleep under the same roof as a fully ordained monk. Unable to find any resting place which did not…

rāhulamātā →

dppn

…as chief among nuns in the possession of supernormal powers.

rājagaha →

dppn

…SN.i.206 mentions another peak near Rājagaha—Indakūta.

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

rāmaṇeyyaka →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of how his mind does not waver among the sounds of nature. Thag.49

sahampati →

dppn

…instead. SN.i.140f. On another occasion, when Kokāliya died and was born in Padumaniraya, Sahampati appeared before the Buddha and announced…

sajjha →

dppn

…told him of the nine standards which an arahant monk cannot possibly transgress. AN.iv.371

sakka →

dppn

…kindly and just, but not perfect, and not very intelligent. His imperfections are numerous: in spite of his very great age, he is still…

sakkhara →

dppn

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

samiddhi →

dppn

…Sutta. Samiddhi confessed ignorance, and the Deva asked him to learn it from the Buddha. This he did from a brief sermon preached to him by the…

sanaṅkumāra →

dppn

…appearance of the Brahmā is not sufficiently materialized for him to be perceived by the Devas of Tāvatiṃsā, he is forced to appear as a…

sandha →

dppn

…Sutta. AN.v.323f.

It is, perhaps, the same monk who is mentioned as Saddho Kaccāyano. SN.ii.153 He asks the Buddha a question on elements,…

sarabha →

dppn

…to the Paribbājakas that no one could say that his claim to Enlightenment was unjustified, or that his dhamma, if practised, did not lead to the…

sarabhū →

dppn

…of the five great rivers of northern India. Vin.ii.237 Ud.v.5 SN.ii.135 AN.iv.101

It formed the boundary between the two divisions of Kosala,…

savittha →

dppn

…but who has neither rope nor vessel. “Now, what will you say of Nārada?” asks Ānanda. “Nothing that is not lovely and good,” answers…

sayha →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

sañjaya →

dppn

…according to the Buddha, no recluse or brahmin can ever attain to absolute knowledge and insight. Sañjaya is sent for by Pasenadi, but, on…

saṅgāmaji →

dppn

…placing their child on his lap and going away. When she discovered that Saṅgāmaji would not even talk to his son, she took him away, saying that…

saṅgārava →

dppn

…the Buddha’s follower.

Another Saṃyutta passage SN.v.121f. contains a sutta in which the brahmin Saṅgārava visits the Buddha and asks…

serī →

dppn

…came back to him. Then the nobles, the army, the brahmins and the householders wished to do the same, and he allowed them to distribute gifts,…

setabyā →

dppn

…Pāvā, etc.

To the north of Setavyā was the Siṃsapāvana, where Kumāra Kassapa lived, and where he preached the Pāyāsi Sutta to the…

setuccha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse describes how those how are defiled do not find stillness. Thag.102

sirimaṇḍa →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of openness, and how when confronted by Death, one should not waste one’s days. Thag.447–452

sirimitta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how a monk without anger will not grieve when the time for Death approaches. Thag.502–509

siṃsapāvana →

dppn

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

somā →

dppn

…fact of being a woman was no obstacle to the comprehension of the Dhamma. SN.i.129 Thig.60–62

Somā2

Sister of Sakulā and queen…

soṇa →

dppn

…of seven elephants. He did not wish, as a monk, to have any luxuries which his colleagues did not share. The Buddha then gave permission to all…

soṇadaṇḍa →

dppn

…asked the Buddha to forgive him if, in the presence of the brahmins, he did not make humble obeisance to the Buddha, but merely saluted him….

soṇakāyana →

dppn

…preached the annihilation of the world. The Buddha said he did not know Soṇakāyana, even by sight. AN.ii.232

subha →

dppn

…highest praise, saying that none but Gotama’s own peer could utter sufficient praise of him.MN.i.196f. MN.i.208f. Subha is described MN.i.202…

subhadda →

dppn

…The Buddha said he had no time to discuss that, but that any system devoid of the Noble Eightfold Path was useless for salvation, and he…

subrahmā →

dppn

…that his own power was as nothing compared with that of the Buddha. SN.i.146f. On another occasion, Subrahmā visited the Buddha to declare the…

sucimukhī →

dppn

…such low arts as divination, nor by star gazing, going errands, or palmistry. Sucimukhī understood, and went about Rājagaha praising the…

suddhavāsa →

dppn

…him in meditation during the noonday heat, went to see a certain Brahmā who was infatuated with his own importance.

They told him of the greater…

suddhikabhāradvāja →

dppn

…Buddha answered that it is not knowledge of mantras, but the purity of heart of a man, which is important, of a man who has put forth effort to…

suddhodana →

dppn

…should be similarly afflicted, and persuaded the Buddha to establish a rule that none should be ordained without the permission of his parents….

sudhamma →

dppn

…of Citta, but Citta would not forgive him. The Buddha then gave him a companion, and together they went to Citta, and Sudhamma again asked pardon…

sudinna →

dppn

…so that the Licchavis might not confiscate their wealth for want of an heir. Sudinna agreed, and had intercourse three times with her. She became…

sudāṭha →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

sujātā →

dppn

…saying, and, asking what the noise was, sent for her and described to her the seven kinds of wives that were in the world. She listened to the…

sumana →

dppn

…for his teacher from lake Anotatta. He is said to be Anuruddha’s novice. Thag.429–434

He may be the same Sumana who represented the monks…

sumanā →

dppn

…creatures, Sire, who may not be disregarded,“ and Pasenadi was established in the Refuges and the Precepts. She later became a bhikkhunī and…

sunakkhatta →

dppn

…was that the Buddha showed no mystic superhuman wonders, that he had not shown him the beginning of things. The Buddha reminded him that he had…

sundara →

dppn

…to him and he consulted the Buddha, who said that as Sundara had not acquiesced in the act, he was blameless. Vin.iii.36

sundarika →

dppn

…it, saying that he did not accept presents for chanting verses. He advised Sundarika to throw the food into the water, where there were no…

sundarikā →

dppn

…in washing away sins. MN.i.39 There Sundarika Bhāradvāja held sacrifices in honour of Agni and met the Buddha during such a sacrifice. SN.i.167…

sundarī →

dppn

…stayed in the Gandhakuti, not going to the city for alms, and Ānanda even suggested that they should go to another city.

But the Buddha pointed…

sunetta →

dppn

…It was because he had not comprehended Noble Conduct, Noble Concentration, Noble Wisdom, Noble Release. AN.iv.103f. AN.iii.371 AN.iv.135

sunīta →

dppn

…in the forest he realized the Dhamma, so that even the gods now pay him homage. Thag.620–631

supatiṭṭhita →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

suppabuddha →

dppn

…already the seven stores of Noble Wealth. Sakka reported this conversation to the Buddha, who said that no power in the world would change…

suppatiṭṭhita →

dppn

…None guarded its fruit, and none would hurt another in order to obtain its fruit.

One day there came a man who ate his fill of the fruit, broke a…

suppiyā →

dppn

…to fetch meat; but there was none to be had in the whole of Benares. She therefore, with a knife, cut a piece of flesh from her thigh and gave it to…

suriyavaccasā →

dppn

…sing love-songs in her honour, which also contained references to his deep attachment to the Buddha. This influenced her choice, and she became…

susumāragiri →

dppn

…him. AN.iv.85

On another occasion, he saw Anuruddha in the Veḷuvana in the Ceti country, pondering over the seven Mahāpurisavitakkas,…

susīma →

dppn

…that all of them did not possess supernatural powers, but thought they had gained nibbāna “through insight.” He thereupon sought the…

sutavā →

dppn

…Buddha mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.69

Sutavā2

A wanderer who visited the Buddha on Gijjhakūṭa and questioned him…

sāgata →

dppn

…was preaching they could not take their eyes off him. The king thereupon asked Sāgata to show them a greater marvel, and Sāgata, having shown…

sāketa →

dppn

…Vin.i.270f. mentions another seṭṭhi of Sāketa. His wife had suffered for seven years from a disease of the head, and even skilled…

sākya →

dppn

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

sāmā →

dppn

…speak of how she could not find peace after going to the monastery five times, then later attained the end of suffering….

sāḷha →

dppn

…and for those younger in another, so that Nandā would be alone. But she, guessing the reason for the invitation, did not go, and, instead, sent…

sāṭimattiya →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of one who formerly had faith but now has no more, and of wandering for alms, a little here and…

sīha →

dppn

…and in the end Sīha acknowledges that he has experienced the benefits which the Buddha set forth.

Sīha2

A monk whose…

sīhā →

dppn

…tell of how for seven years she tried, without success, to concentrate her mind. Then she tied a noose round her neck and fastened the end to a…

tapussa →

dppn

…and honey. They became the first lay disciples of the Buddha, and their formula of Refuge contained no reference to the Saṅgha. Vin.i.3f.

tavakaṇṇika →

dppn

…Tathāgata. He is mentioned in a list of such householders, but nothing further is known of him. AN.iii.451

tavakinnoka →

dppn

…Tathāgata. He is mentioned in a list of such householders, but nothing further is known of him. AN.iii.451

tavannika →

dppn

…Tathāgata. He is mentioned in a list of such householders, but nothing further is known of him. AN.iii.451

therikā →

dppn

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verse says she may sleep happily now the defilements are stilled. Thig.1

thullanandā →

dppn

…her praises. She could brook no rival, and especially disliked Bhaddā, whom she deliberately annoyed on more than one occasion. Vin.iv.283…

thullatissā →

dppn

…sell a needle to the needle-maker.“ Ānanda afterwards asked Kassapa to ignore Tissā’s outburst, but she later left the Order. SN.ii.215ff.

tikaṇṇa →

dppn

…to him that the threefold lore of the Ariyan disciple was a different and a far nobler thing. The brahmin accepted the Buddha as his…

tindukkhānu →

dppn

…the residence of Pāthikaputta. DN.iii.17

near Vesāli3non-Buddhist monastery

tissa →

dppn

…were jealous of his great renown. Thag.153–154

Tissa7

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of giving up costly bowls and taking a…

tivarā →

dppn

…of Mount Vepulla, then known as Pācīnavaṃsa, near Rājagaha, in the time of Kakusandha Buddha. Their term of life was forty thousand years….

tāvatiṃsā →

dppn

…Sineru. Sakka is king of Tāvatiṃsā.

Tāvatiṃsā was also known as Tidasā and Tidiva. SN.i.234

5heaven

udaya →

dppn

…emancipation through higher knowledge and the destruction of ignorance. Because Udaya had already attained to the fourth jhāna, the Buddha gave…

uddaka →

dppn

…said “seeing, he sees not,” he had in mind a man who saw the blade of a sharpened razor but not its edge—a low, worldly thing to speak…

udena →

dppn

…the dedication. This annoyed him. When the matter was referred to the Buddha, he altered the rule so that a journey lasting not more than…

udāyī →

dppn

…at Sāvatthī and asked if the Buddha ever praised sacrifice. The Buddha’s answer was that he did not commend sacrifices which involved butchery,…

ugga →

dppn

…reason why some beings do not attain complete freedom in this very life. This is perhaps due to uncertainty on the part of the compilers as to…

uggatasarīra →

dppn

…three fires that should be honoured: āhuneyyaggi, gahapataggi and dakkhiṇeyyaggi. The āhuneyyaggi was represented by the parents; the…

ujjaya →

dppn

…of animals, but sacrifices not necessitating butchery, such as, for instance, a long-established charity, an oblation for the welfare of the…

ukkalā →

dppn

…Dhamma (since the Sangha was not yet established). Vin.i.4

The men of Ukkalā, together with those of Vassa and Bhañña, are represented as being…

upaka →

dppn

…starts abusive talk of another, without being able to make good his case, is blameworthy. The Buddha agrees and says that Upaka himself has…

upananda →

dppn

…keep all the food himself!

Nor were all Upananda’s misdemeanours confined to greed for possessions. We are told that once a complaint was made…

upanemi →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in nominal lists. MN.iii.70

upasena →

dppn

…of the Buddha. The Buddha, noticing this, proclaimed his approval.

One day, while Upasena was sitting after his meal in the shadow of the…

upatissa →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, found in a nominal list. MN.iii.69

upavāna →

dppn

…is the one who knows and sees things as they really are. AN.ii.163

When an unpleasant interview took place between Sāriputta and…

upāli →

dppn

…him that forest-life is not for the man who has not mastered his mind or attained to tranquillity.

Three verses are ascribed to Upāli in the…

uruvelakappa →

dppn

…told Ānanda that be could not understand how young men in the prime of life found any attraction in renouncing the world. Ānanda took Tapassu to…

uruvelā →

dppn

…shapes, beautiful and ugly. Another time Māra tried to fill the Buddha’s mind with doubt as to whether he had really broken away from all fetters…

uruvelākassapa →

dppn

…great magic power, but he is not an arahant like me.“ Finally the Buddha decided to startle him by declaring that he was not an arahant, neither…

usabha →

dppn

…won full growth. Why should not I, who have obtained suitable season, win growth by good qualities?“ Pondering thus, he strove and obtained…

usīraddhaja →

dppn

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

???3hill

uttara →

dppn

…stanza, and the Buddha, in another stanza, amplifies what he has said. SN.i.54

Uttara4

At the time of the Vajjian heresy that prompted…

uttarakuru →

dppn

…live there own no property nor have they wives of their own; they do not have to work for their living. The corn ripens by itself and…

uttarā →

dppn

…result of her determination not to leave the sitting posture till she had won emancipation. Thig.175–181

Uttarā3

In the…

uttarāpa →

dppn

The name given to the region to the north of the river Mahī. See also Aṅguttarāpa.

???3region

uttarāpatha →

dppn

…the east to Gandhāra in the north-west, and from the Himālaya in the north to the Vindhyā in the south.

This region was famous from very early…

uvāla →

dppn

…and spoke lies, knowing them to be such. The Buddha requested the monks to carry out the tassa-pāpiyyasikā-kamma against him….

uṇṇābha →

dppn

…therefore, after death, no longer return to this world. SN.v.217f.

The same Nikāya SN.v.272f. records a visit of Uṇṇābha to Ānanda…

vacchagotta →

dppn

…that is to be attained by a non arahant’s understanding and asks for a further exposition of the Doctrine. The Buddha tells him to proceed to the…

vajirā →

dppn

…answers that there is no such thing as a “being,” apart from certain conditioned factors, like a chariot, which exists only because of…

vajjiputta →

dppn

…the same person, has another verse that encourages a certain “Gotama” to meditate in the forest. Thag.119 In the Saṃyutta SN.i.199 the…

vajjiyamāhita →

dppn

…which he himself did not follow, a nihilist. Vajjiyamāhita refuted their arguments, maintaining that the Buddha declared what was good and…

vajjī →

dppn

…and Licchavī were often synonymous. In one passage AN.iii.76 the Licchavi, Mahānāma, seeing that a band of young Licchavis who had been out…

vakkali →

dppn

…sent word to him— “Fear not, Vakkali, your dying will not be evil.” Vakkali rose from his bed to receive the Buddha’s message, and sending…

valliya →

dppn

…to a monk of the same name address a monkey who tries to enter his hut in vain. Thag.125–126

Another pair verses speak of energetically…

varadhara →

dppn

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

vassakāra →

dppn

…Buddha did not do so, that no special leader has been appointed, but that there were monks to whom they showed honour and reverence because of…

vaṃsa →

dppn

…to the Vaṃsa in the Buddha’s time, for we find Udena’s son, Bodhi, living there. In nominal lists DN.ii.200 the Vaṃsa are generally…

vaṅgīsa →

dppn

…his teacher Nigrodhakappa. Another verse Thag.1252 describes the Buddha as he sat surrounded by his monks on the banks of the Gaggarā at…

vedehikā →

dppn

A lady of Sāvatthī who had a reputation for gentleness till her servant girl, Kāḷī, convinced people that it was not deserved. MN.i.125f.

vedisa →

dppn

…is identified with the modern Bhilsa in Gwalior State, twenty six miles north east of Bhopal. Mhv. Trs. 88, n. 4.

23.535478,77.8127445town

vediyaka →

dppn

…mountain to the north of Ambasaṇḍā, in which was the Indasālaguhā, where the Buddha stayed. The mountain was bathed in radiance…

vepacitti →

dppn

…His bondage caused him no inconvenience so long as he remained with the devas, but the moment he experienced the wish to rejoin the Asuras, he…

verahaccāni →

dppn

…out to her her mistake in not showing respect for the Doctrine. The next time Udāyī came, she approached him after the meal with all humility…

verañjā →

dppn

…Buddha replies that he has not seen a brahmin in the whole world to whom such respect is due from him. If the Tathāgata were so to honour anyone,…

vesāli →

dppn

…of the Licchavis. It is not possible to know how many visits were paid by the Buddha to Vesāli, but the books would lead us to infer that they…

veḷukaṇṭakī →

dppn

…eyes, but she experienced no disquiet, nor did she when her husband, after his death, having been born as a Yakkha, revealed himself to her. She…

veḷuvana →

dppn

…not too crowded, by night not exposed to noise and clamour, clean of the smell of people, hidden from men and well fitted to seclusion“ decided…

videha →

dppn

…a kingdom, its best known kings being Mahājanaka and Nimi; but in the Buddha’s time it was a republic, part of the Vajjian federation….

vijaya →

dppn

…whose Theragāthā verse says that one without defilements may not be traced, like birds in the sky. Thag.92

vijayā →

dppn

…her the Dhamma, so that now she dwells in freedom and bliss. Thig.169–174 In the Saṃyutta Nikāya. SN.i.130 Māra, assuming the form of a…

vijitasena →

dppn

Several verses uttered by him in self admonition, in which he displays his knowledge of elephant training, are included in the Theragāthā. Thag.355–359

virūḷha →

dppn

…He is the king of the south, and, in the assembly of the devas, sits facing north.DN.ii.207 DN.ii.221 He is lord of the Kumbhaṇḍas. DN.iii.198

visākha →

dppn

…verses speaks of not attacking the virtuous, nor praising oneself. Thag.209–210

Visākha was evidently a clever and arresting…

visākhā →

dppn

…matter settled; but he had no time to give to the matter, and, in the end, she sought consolation from the Buddha.

The Udāna Ud.viii.8 speaks of…

vāmadeva →

dppn

One of the great sages honoured by the brahmins as authors of hymns. Vin.i.245 DN.i.104 Compare Rigveda 5.26; Rāmāyana 1.7, etc.

vāraṇa →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses praise non-harming and seclusion. Thag.237–239

vāseṭṭha →

dppn

…held in high esteem for his knowledge. He was one of the originators of the Vedic mantras. Vin.i.245 DN.i.104 MN.ii.164…

yakkha →

dppn

…They wait upon him in turn.

No one, apparently, is free from this necessity of waiting upon the king even Janavasabba has to run errands for…

yasa →

dppn

…Yasa’s presence became known to his father, who asked him to return to his grieving mother, the Buddha declared that household life had no…

yasoja →

dppn

…the night. Āmaṇḍa could not understand why the Buddha, having sent for Yasoja and his companions, should have sunk into samādhi without…

ābhassarā →

dppn

…is two kappas and there is no guarantee that a person who has been born there may not later be reborn in an unhappy condition. AN.ii.127 From time…

ādicca →

dppn

Another name for Suriya, the Sun. DN.iii.196

Ādicca was also the gotta name of the Sākyans who were called the Ādiccā. Snp.423

ājīvakā →

dppn

…can be neither increase nor decrease thereof, neither excess nor deficiency.

The fundamental point in their teaching seems, therefore, to have…

ārāmadaṇḍa →

dppn

…to see him and asked him why nobles quarrelled with nobles, brahmins with brahmins, and householders with householders. “Because of their bondage…

āthabbaṇa →

dppn

A branch of knowledge, dabbling in which is forbidden to monks. Probably the Atharva Veda, which includes sorcery and magic spells. Snp.927

ātumā →

dppn

…the Buddha tells Pukkusa of another occasion on which he was staying in the Bhūsāgāra in Ātumā. There was a thunderstorm and two peasants and…

āḷavī →

dppn

…Āḷavī and was therefore known as Aḷavikā. There was evidently a large community of monks at Āḷavī, some of whom seem to have chiefly…

āḷārakālāma →

dppn

…him as an equal, but Gotama, not having succeeded in his quest, took leave of Āḷāra to go elsewhere. When, after having practised austerities…

āṇi →

dppn

…to split, they fixed in another peg, and this process was continued, until, at last, the original drumhead vanished, leaving only the framework…

manosañcetanā →

farkas

elhatározás

rūpa-jhāna →

farkas

finom anyagi elmélyedés

abbhañjati →

ncped

anoints; smears; lubricates.

abhejja →

ncped

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

abhidhamma →

ncped

the name (of the analytic exposition) of the third pitaka of the Buddhist Canon.

abhijānāti →

ncped

…1. + acc, esp. ace. of pp: 2. + absol.; 3. + nom. of agent noun.

abhijāta →

ncped

born; well-born, of noble birth.

abhinadati →

ncped

make a noise, sounds.

abhinivajjayati →

ncped

avoids; renounces; throws down

abhinivajjeti →

ncped

avoids; renounces; throws down

abhinivesa →

ncped

…(esp. to something bad); insistence, conviction (esp. of what is not true). 2. extension (in length or width).

abhinivisati →

ncped

enters, settles in; devotes oneself to, is intent on, adheres to (acc. or loc); is convinced, insists (on what is not true).

abhinīhanati →

ncped

knocks out.

abhisamācārika →

ncped

belonging to good conduct (the minimum of decent behavior), proper; relating to the basic discipline; belonging to the basic or minor discipline

abhivandita →

ncped

saluted; greeted with honor

abhiññatara →

ncped

wiser, more knowledgeable.

abhiññā →

ncped

…m.?)

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

abhiññāta →

ncped

  1. known, understood.
  2. well-known, famous; distinguished

abhiññāvosita →

ncped

perfected through higher knoweldge

accaya →

ncped

…after. 2. after the death (of).

  1. going beyond (the norm); transgression; offense.

accayo maṃ accagamā →

ncped

accayo maṃ (no) accagamā

(?) a fault has overcome me (us), i.e. has been committed by me (us)

accayo maṃ no accagamā →

ncped

accayo maṃ (no) accagamā

(?) a fault has overcome me (us), i.e. has been committed by me (us)

accekacīvara →

ncped

robe or material for a robe given not at the usual time (because of pressing reasons of the giver)

accepts →

ncped

acknowledges; is fit for is fitting, applies.

accheti →

ncped

is; sits; remains, stays; continues (doing something); sits idle, sits doing nothing; (often used as an auxiliary with part, or absol.).

acīvaraka →

ncped

(one) who has no bhikkhu’s robes.

adhi →

ncped

prep

  1. as prefix to nouns (adjectives, adverbs) expresses: superiority, abundance.
  2. as preverb to verbs and their derivatives expresses: up to,…

adhimana →

ncped

‘having the mind directed towards’, intent on, desiring; pleased; not anxious.

adhimanassa →

ncped

‘having the mind directed towards’, intent on, desiring; pleased; not anxious.

adhimoceti →

ncped

makes incline to; sets on; makes enter (another’s body)

adhivacana →

ncped

name, designation; metaphorical expression; near-synonym.

adhunā →

ncped

just now, lately, quite recently.

adurāgata →

ncped

not unwelcome; welcome

agandhaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. with no scent.

agaru →

ncped

not burdensome; not difficult

agghati →

ncped

is worth, has the value of; deserves; frequently in phrase kalaṃ na agghati (soḷasiṃ), is not worth a (sixteenth) part (of).

agāmaka →

ncped

where there are no villages; without habitation, uninhabited.

ahetukavāda →

ncped

holding a theory of non-causality

ajja →

ncped

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

akakkasa →

ncped

not harsh; not rough; smooth

akalla →

ncped

unhealthy; unfit; low in spirits; not sound

akalya →

ncped

unhealthy; unfit; low in spirits; not sound

akalyaka →

ncped

ill; not fit.

akamma →

ncped

lack of action; not working; non-activity; not a proper or valid act of the saṅgha

akammaniya →

ncped

not ready or fit for any act or use

akammañña →

ncped

not ready or fit for any act or use

akampi →

ncped

(from kampati), not shaking, not trembling.

akampin →

ncped

(from kampati), not shaking, not trembling.

akampita →

ncped

not trembling; not shaken

akanta →

ncped

not desired or wished; unpleasing

akappakata →

ncped

(what is) not made allowable; not marked

akappiya →

ncped

…or bhikkhunīs); unsuitable, improper

akappiya2

mfn. not to be theorised about; not subject to imaginings

akaraṇa →

ncped

the not doing, not making; abstention

akaraṇīya →

ncped

  1. not to be done or made; not to be dealt with; what is not to be done.
  2. (mfn.) with nothing to do

akata →

ncped

not made, not done; not manufactured, not treated, natural; not fashioned; what has not been done; what is not made ( nibbāna)

akataññu →

ncped

akataññu1

neg. mfn. ungrateful

akataññu2

mfn. knowing what is not made ( nibbāna)

akaṅkha →

ncped

  1. without doubts, without uncertainty.
  2. without desire, with no wishes

akaṇha →

ncped

not dark, light; not evil

akaṭa →

ncped

not made; not artificial, natural.

akaṭavidha →

ncped

whose form or arrangement is not made, is not ordered

akaṭānudhamma →

ncped

not dealt with according to the rule, not restored

akevala →

ncped

not pure; not whole, not entire

akevali →

ncped

not accomplished; imperfect

akevalin →

ncped

not accomplished; imperfect

akeṭubhi →

ncped

not fraudulent, honest

akeṭubhin →

ncped

not fraudulent, honest

akhaṇḍa →

ncped

with no gaps, whole, entire, complete

akhettaññu →

ncped

not knowledgeable (about, gen.); not familiar with; inexperienced; unskilful; (according to commentary also: knowing who is not a suitable recipient)

akhādana →

ncped

not eating; not chewing

akhārika →

ncped

not pungent

akhīṇāsava →

ncped

in whom the āsavas have not perished, who is not an arhat

akicca →

ncped

(what is) not to be done

akiccakāri →

ncped

doing what ought not to be done; acting wrongly

akiccakārin →

ncped

doing what ought not to be done; acting wrongly

akiriyavāda →

ncped

professing the doctrine that activity is not morally significant or effective; advocating abstention

akiriyavādi →

ncped

professing the doctrine that activity is not morally significant or effective; advocating abstention

akiriyavādin →

ncped

professing the doctrine that activity is not morally significant or effective; advocating abstention

akiriyā →

ncped

  1. (f.) non-activity; non-performance; abstention (from); failure to act.
  2. (f.) the absence of independent activity; the absence of morally…

akiñcana →

ncped

who or which has nothing; without possessions, poor; without responsibilities; (according to commentaries) without impediments, without defilements

akkhama →

ncped

impatient; not able to put up with; not amenable

akkhambiya →

ncped

not to be made stiff; not be obstructed or hindered

akkharappabheda →

ncped

(& n.?) phonology and etymology

akkhaṇa →

ncped

…the wrong moment; esp. an inopportune moment to be born as a man, birth in unfavorable circumstances (when one cannot take advantage of a Buddha…

akkhaṇḍa →

ncped

with no gaps, whole, entire, complete

akkhitta →

ncped

not reviled; not criticized

akkhudda →

ncped

not small or mean; considerable, important

akkhuddāvakāsa →

ncped

being a considerable occasion (for …) (?)); of no mean appearance (?)

akkhāna →

ncped

telling, announcing, teaching; a tale, a recitation, a legend.

akkhāti →

ncped

announces; tells; declares; tells about; teaches.

akkhāyita →

ncped

not eaten

akkhīṇāsava →

ncped

in whom the āsavas have not perished, who is not an arhat

akkodhana →

ncped

free from anger; not easily angered. forbearing

akovida →

ncped

not experienced; not knowledgeable about

akriyā →

ncped

  1. (f.) non-activity; non-performance; abstention (from); failure to act.
  2. (f.) the absence of independent activity; the absence of morally…

akuha →

ncped

free from deceit; not fraudulent; genuine

akuhaka →

ncped

not deceitful, not fraudulent; genuine

akujjana →

ncped

not creaking, not making a noise

akukkuccaka →

ncped

not causing anxiety (?)

akukkuccakajāta →

ncped

not causing anxiety

akukkukata →

ncped

(what is) not temporary; give an unlimited time

akula →

ncped

non-family, a family that is destroyed or disgraced

akulaputta →

ncped

not of good family

akuppa →

ncped

…stable; immovable; not open to challenge or valid objection. 2. (n.) what is not able to be disturbed; (a state of) stability. 3. lack of…

akuppadhamma →

ncped

not not vulnerable to disturbance; whose essential nature is stability or unchangability

akuppamāna →

ncped

is not steadfast; is not unshakable

akusala →

ncped

…(mfn.) not good at, incompetent; not skilled, not expert; not knowledgeable about or conversant with

akusīta →

ncped

not slothful; conscientious

akutobhaya →

ncped

having nothing to fear from anywhere, from any quarter. secure; where there is nothing to fear from any quarter.

akāla →

ncped

not the right time, not a suitable time (sometimes: nighttime)

akāle →

ncped

not at the right time, at an unsuitable time (sometimes: at night); out of season

akālika →

ncped

not dependent on time; not limited to a particular time; immediate, immediately effective

akāma →

ncped

  1. not so wishing; unwilling, reluctant.
  2. without sensual desire

akāmaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. unwilling; not wishing (to)

akāmā →

ncped

against one; s will; whether one wishes it or not; without (previous) intention

akāpurisasevita →

ncped

practiced or cultivated by superior men; not practiced or cultivated by worthless men

akāraka →

ncped

(-ikā)n.

  1. who is not an agent; who is not the perpetrator; innocent.
  2. who performs no service; of no use

akāraṇa →

ncped

absence of a cause or (a valid) reason; not a cause; not the case

akāriya →

ncped

not to be done

akāsika →

ncped

not from Kāsi; inferior

akāyabandhana →

ncped

not wearing a belt

akūjana →

ncped

not creaking, not making a noise

akūta →

ncped

not deceitful, not false; not wild, not vicious

alamariya →

ncped

suitable for or worth of the noble ones; truly noble

alaṃ →

ncped

…fit for (+ gen./dat. personae; + dat. rei or inf.; or as predicate to subject in nom.). 2. enough of, no more of away with; there is no…

alaṅkaroti →

ncped

ornaments; adorns oneself; puts on; (neg.) finds no satisfaction in.

alābhaka →

ncped

(or n.) the not getting (something); the not receiving anything.

amanussika →

ncped

caused by a non-human, by a demon.

amara →

ncped

undying; not subject to death.

amarāvikkhepika →

ncped

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

amānussika →

ncped

non-human.

anabbhakkhātukama →

ncped

not wishing to slander.

anabbhita →

ncped

not rehabilitated

anabhibhuyya →

ncped

not having overcome; not having surpassed; not victorious

anabhibhūta →

ncped

not overcame; not vanquished

anabhihiṃsamāna →

ncped

not hurting; not disturbing.

anabhijjhita →

ncped

not coveted.

anabhijjhālu →

ncped

not greedy or covetous

anabhijjhāta →

ncped

one who does not covet

anabhijjhātar →

ncped

one who does not covet

anabhinandita →

ncped

not welcomed; undesirable

anabhineyya →

ncped

not having led near; not having brought to; not summoned

anabhinibbatti →

ncped

the not becoming; not coming into existence

anabhinivesa →

ncped

non-adherence (to, loc.)

anabhirata →

ncped

taking no delight (in), discontented, disaffected

anabhisambhuṇāti →

ncped

not mastering; not enduring.

anabhisambuddha →

ncped

not having attained complete understanding; not (yet) a Buddha

anabhisameta →

ncped

not understood

anabhisañcetayanta →

ncped

not thinking it out, not planning

anabhisitta →

ncped

not inaugurated (as king or queen)

anabhiññāta →

ncped

not known; not well known

anabhāva →

ncped

nonexistence, annihilation.

anaccekacīvara →

ncped

what is not an accekacīvara

anacchariya →

ncped

…& neuter not marvelous, not surprising; natural; not unusual, unexceptional; a natural thing or occurrence

anacchariya2

mfn….

anacchariyaṃ →

ncped

naturally; not surprisingly

anadhibhū →

ncped

not a conqueror; one who does not overcome

anadhibhūta →

ncped

not overpowered

anadhigata →

ncped

not attained, what has not been attained

anadhika →

ncped

not exceeding; not more; not in excess

anadhimucchita →

ncped

not infatuated; not clinging to

anadhiṭṭhita →

ncped

…the not formally taking…

anadhiṭṭhāna →

ncped

not a support; not determining; not fixing one’s mind on. lack of resolve; not taking formal possession.

anaggahīta →

ncped

not kept back

anajjhopanna →

ncped

not addicted to

anajjhosita →

ncped

not grasping

anajjhāpanna →

ncped

who has not committed, not become guilty of (an offense)

anajjhāpatti →

ncped

Non-transgression, the not committing of (an offense)

anajjhārūha →

ncped

not dominating

anajjhāyaka →

ncped

one who does not study (the Vedas)

anakkhāna →

ncped

not telling; no need for telling

anakkhāta →

ncped

  1. not declared, not told; not described.
  2. (n.) the indescribable

anakkosakaparibhāsika →

ncped

(one) who does not abuse or insult

analaṃ →

ncped

not enough; not sufficient

analaṅkaritvā →

ncped

thinking insufficient; not finding satisfaction in

analaṅkata →

ncped

not adorned; unsatisfied

anandha →

ncped

not blind; seeing

anantara →

ncped

esoteric, not kept to oneself; not restricted

anantaradhāna →

ncped

non-disappearance; non-decline

anantarahita →

ncped

uncovered, bare; not having disappeared

anantarika →

ncped

with no space intervening; immediately preceding or following

anantarāyika →

ncped

not subject to hindrance or danger; not forming an impediment

anantarāyikinī →

ncped

not hindered; not prevented.

ananubhūta →

ncped

not experienced; not attained

ananulomika →

ncped

improper; unsuitable; not in accordance (with)

ananulomiya →

ncped

improper; unsuitable; not in accordance (with)

ananumodaka →

ncped

who does not give thanks; who does not give approval

ananuruddha →

ncped

not pleased with; not complying with

ananussarita →

ncped

not recalled; not reflecting, not recollecting.

ananussuta →

ncped

not heard; not handed down by tradition.

ananuvajja →

ncped

not to be censured

ananuvejja →

ncped

not to be found.

ananuyoga →

ncped

lack of application; not devoting oneself (to)

ananuyutta →

ncped

not applying oneself to, not practicing; not intent upon

ananuññāta →

ncped

not allowed, not given permission

ananvaya →

ncped

without consequences; not followed up

ananvāhataceta →

ncped

whose mind is not injured or frustrated.

ananvāhatacetas →

ncped

whose mind is not injured or frustrated.

anapagata →

ncped

not gone away (from)

anapaviddha →

ncped

not thrown away; not rejected.

anapekha →

ncped

free from desire; paying no regard, indifferent; disinterested

anapekkha →

ncped

free from desire; paying no regard, indifferent; disinterested

anapeta →

ncped

not departed from, not deviating from

anappaka →

ncped

(~ā & -ikā)n. & neuter not a little, considerable, great; not a small amount, much. (pl.) many

anapāya →

ncped

not going away, without aversion

anapāyi →

ncped

not going away.

anapāyin →

ncped

not going away.

anaraha →

ncped

(who is) not an arahat

anarahat →

ncped

(who is) not an arahat

anariya →

ncped

…(sometimes written or scanned anāriya) not of the noble ones; not a noble one; ignoble low; shameless, mean

anariyavohāra →

ncped

the way of speaking of the ignoble ones; an ignoble mode of speech

anasana →

ncped

not eating, fasting; hunger

anasita →

ncped

what is not eaten

anassava →

ncped

disobedient; not biddable

anassāsaka →

ncped

not getting one’s breath; unable to breathe.

anassāvi →

ncped

“not rutting”; without desire.

anassāvin →

ncped

“not rutting”; without desire.

anaticariyā →

ncped

non-transgression; faithfulness.

anatikkamana →

ncped

not passing; not going beyond; not transgressing.

anatikkamanīya →

ncped

not to be passed; not to be transgressed (against)

anatimāni →

ncped

not conceited; free from pride)

anatimānin →

ncped

not conceited; free from pride)

anatiritta →

ncped

none left over; none remaining

anatisāra →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) not transgressing.
  2. (m.) non-deviation

anatta →

ncped

not the self, not a soul

anattadhīna →

ncped

dependent; not independent

anattan →

ncped

not the self, not a soul

anattaneyya →

ncped

not belonging to oneself

anattanupassi →

ncped

looking upon as not the self, not considering there is a self.

anattanupassin →

ncped

looking upon as not the self, not considering there is a self.

anattha →

ncped

not the goal; disadvantage; harm; what is unprofitable, useless

anatthadassi →

ncped

not seing the goal or what is beneficial

anatthadassin →

ncped

not seing the goal or what is beneficial

anatthaka →

ncped

of no meaning or use; hurtful.

anatthakāma →

ncped

not wishing the beneficial, profit of; not wishing (one) well

anatthasaṃhita →

ncped

…mfn. connected with harm,…

anatthata →

ncped

not covered; (of the kaṭhina) not properly covered; (of the kaṭhina robe-making and ritual) not properly carried out, not properly performed

anatthavādi →

ncped

not speaking about the goal or what is beneficial

anatthavādin →

ncped

not speaking about the goal or what is beneficial

anatthika →

ncped

not wanting, not caring for (+ instr.); unconcerned

anattukkaṃsana →

ncped

non-self-praise

anatīta →

ncped

not having past or overcome; subject to

anavakkanta →

ncped

not entered; not trodden upon; not overcome.

anavamata →

ncped

not despised; honored

anavassava →

ncped

the not flowing, no flow; stoppage.

anavassuta →

ncped

not leaking; not rotten; free from lust and defilement

anavattha →

ncped

unstable; not lasting.

anavatthacārikā →

ncped

wandering in an unsettled way (not staying long anywhere)

anavaññattikāma →

ncped

wishing not to be despised, not to be disregarded.

anavaṭṭhita →

ncped

unsteady; not lasting

anavosita →

ncped

not settled; not determined; not finished.

anavositatta →

ncped

whose mind has no firm convictions

anañña →

ncped

  1. not other, the same, identical.
  2. not another; no more

anaññaneyya →

ncped

  1. not to be led by someone else; not needing guidance from anyone else.
  2. whither one cannot be guided by others

anaññatha →

ncped

not being otherwise, as it really is; true

anaññathā →

ncped

not otherwise, accurately, as it really is

anaññathābhāvi →

ncped

not subject to change

anaññathābhāvin →

ncped

not subject to change

aneka →

ncped

not one, i.e. many, various; of various kinds; countless, numberless

anekaṃsikata →

ncped

not decided; not determined; not absolute.

anelamūga →

ncped

not foolish, wise

aneñja →

ncped

…n. in apposition?) unmoved; not to be stirred; imperturbable (often applied both to determinative actions leading to existence in arūpāvacara…

aneḷamūga →

ncped

not foolish, wise

anibbisa →

ncped

not settling, not resting; or not paying; without expiation.

anibbisat →

ncped

not settling, not resting; or not paying; without expiation.

anibbisaṃ →

ncped

not settling, not resting; or not paying; without expiation.

aniccha →

ncped

having no wish, without desire

anikkasāva →

ncped

not free from defect or impurity; impure

anikīḷitāvi →

ncped

not having finished playing; taking enjoyment.

anikīḷitāvin →

ncped

not having finished playing; taking enjoyment.

anirāmagandha →

ncped

not free from corruption, tainted

anissara →

ncped

  1. not being an owner or master; not empowered, powerless.
  2. without an owner or ruler; without a creator

anissuka →

ncped

not jealous, not envious.

anissuki →

ncped

not jealous; free from envy

anissukin →

ncped

not jealous; free from envy

anitthi →

ncped

not a woman

anivatti →

ncped

not turning back; not to be turned back.

anivattin →

ncped

not turning back; not to be turned back.

aniñjita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) not purturbed.
  2. (n.) lack of disturbance, quite

aniṭṭha →

ncped

not wished for; unpleasant; undesirable

anodaka →

ncped

without water

anodarikatta →

ncped

freedom from gluttony; moderation in eating

anodhijina →

ncped

who has not overcome the limits, who has not gone beyond what is limited or limits; or not knowing as far as the furthest extent

anodhikatvā →

ncped

not limiting, without limitation; without discrimination, without distinction

anodhiṃ karitvā →

ncped

not limiting, without limitation; without discrimination, without distinction

anodissa →

ncped

without reference (to a specific person); in general; universally

anoggata →

ncped

anohitasota →

ncped

anojagghati →

ncped

laughs at; mocks

anojava →

ncped

lacking strength or vitality; lacking nutriment; not juicy

anojavat →

ncped

lacking strength or vitality; lacking nutriment; not juicy

anoka →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) without a home; independent.
  2. (n.) homelessness; independence

anokasāri →

ncped

anokasārin →

ncped

anokāsaṃ kata →

ncped

ho has not given the opportunity; who has not consented or given permission

anokāsaṃ kārāpetvā →

ncped

without having consent

anomajja →

ncped

anomajjanta →

ncped

anomajjat →

ncped

anomajjati →

ncped

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

anomananta →

ncped

not bowing; not stooping; not sinking.

anomanikkama →

ncped

of superior or excellent energy and exertion

anomanāma →

ncped

perfectly named; or named for one’s perfection or superior virtues

anopama →

ncped

incomparable, peerless; excellent, best

anopārambha →

ncped

not open to criticism, not censurable

anosita →

ncped

not inhabited, not occupied.

anosārita →

ncped

anotiṇṇa →

ncped

who has not gone into, has not penetrated; not having entered; not appeared; not under consideration.

anottappa →

ncped

shamelessness; failure to avoid wrong-doing or blame

anottappi →

ncped

shameless, not fearful (of doing wrong)

anottappin →

ncped

shameless, not fearful (of doing wrong)

anottāpi →

ncped

shameless, not fearful (of doing wrong)

anottāpin →

ncped

shameless, not fearful (of doing wrong)

anovadiyamāna →

ncped

anovassa →

ncped

place sheltered from the rain.

anovassaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n.

  1. (mfn.) sheltered from the rain; not rained upon.
  2. (n.) a place sheltered from the rain

anovassika →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) sheltered from the rain; not rained upon.
  2. (n.) a place sheltered from the rain

anovaṭa →

ncped

anovādi →

ncped

not giving instructions.

anovādin →

ncped

not giving instructions.

anoññāta →

ncped

not despised; respected

anoñāta →

ncped

not despised; respected

antonimuggaposi →

ncped

nourished while immersed within

antonimuggaposin →

ncped

nourished while immersed within

anuddhata →

ncped

not puffed-up; not over-excited, not flurried; calm

anuddhaṭa →

ncped

not puffed-up; not over-excited, not flurried; calm

anudūta →

ncped

messenger sent with another; a companion.

anugaṇhāti →

ncped

favors, treats with kindness; protects, helps; acknowledges, admits

anuggaha →

ncped

anuggaha1

masculine favor, kindness; help, assistance.

anuggaha2

mfn. not taking up

anuggahitacitta →

ncped

not grasping in one’s thoughts

anuggata →

ncped

anuggata1

mfn. arisen along with.

anuggata2

neg mfn. not risen; not high

anuggaṇhāti →

ncped

favors, treats with kindness; protects, helps; acknowledges, admits.

anujjuka →

ncped

not straight, crooked, curved; crafty

anujuka →

ncped

not straight, crooked, curved; crafty

anukkaṭṭhita →

ncped

not boiling

anukkhittaka →

ncped

who has not been suspended

anummattaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. not distracted; not insane

anunnala →

ncped

not boisterous; controlled

anunnaḷa →

ncped

not boisterous; controlled

anupabbajati →

ncped

adopts the wanderer’s life after or in imitation (of another).

anupabbajā →

ncped

adopts the wanderer’s life after or in imitation (of another).

anupadduta →

ncped

not assailed; free from distress or calamity

anupagamana →

ncped

the not reaching, not entering upon

anupaghāta →

ncped

  1. (m.) non-injury; the not hurting.
  2. (mfn.) free from harm; not involving injury

anupahāra →

ncped

not bringing; non-supply

anupakhajjanta →

ncped

not encroaching upon.

anupakkama →

ncped

not the action (of another); not an act of violence

anupakkilesa →

ncped

not a stain; non-defilement

anupalabbhamāna →

ncped

non-existent; is not perceived; is not ascertained.

anupalabbhiyamāna →

ncped

non-existent; is not perceived; is not ascertained.

anupalitta →

ncped

not attached to; not sticking to

anupanāhi →

ncped

(also anūpanāhi(n)) not resentful; without rancor.

anupanāhin →

ncped

(also anūpanāhi(n)) not resentful; without rancor.

anupasagga →

ncped

not causing trouble or misfortune

anupassagga →

ncped

not causing trouble or misfortune

anupavattayati →

ncped

keeps moving on after (another) or in succession; continues, maintains

anupavatteti →

ncped

keeps moving on after (another) or in succession; continues, maintains

anupavāda →

ncped

lack of abuse; not blaming or criticizing

anupavādaka →

ncped

one who does not criticize or abuse

anupavādi →

ncped

not criticizing.

anupavādin →

ncped

not criticizing.

anupaya →

ncped

not going near (to); free from involvement

anuposatha →

ncped

not an uposatha day

anuppannapaññatti →

ncped

rule concerning a case not yet occurred

anuppāda →

ncped

non-appearance; non-production

anuppādenta →

ncped

not producing, not generating, not bringing into being*)uppanna.

anupādinna →

ncped

not evolved or derived, primary; not evolved by the influence of kamma; inanimate

anupādiṇṇa →

ncped

not evolved or derived, primary; not evolved by the influence of kamma; inanimate

anupādā →

ncped

not taking as one’s own, not holding on to; without (material) support, without dependence

anupādāna →

ncped

…holding on to; without (material) support, without fuel. 2. (n.) not holding; on to; absence of support or fuel

anupādāya →

ncped

not taking as one ’s own, not holding on to, not grasping; without support, without dependence

anupāhāra →

ncped

not bringing; non-supply.

anupāsikā →

ncped

one who is not a female lay-disciple

anupāya →

ncped

not going near; free from involvement

anupāyāsa →

ncped

  1. trouble-free; not bringing annoyance.
  2. not irritated, at peace; free from trouble or annoyance

anussadaka →

ncped

not overflowing

anussaṅki →

ncped

without apprehension, not fearful

anussaṅkin →

ncped

without apprehension, not fearful

anussita →

ncped

not exalted, humble

anussuka →

ncped

not busy, quiet, unconcerned

anussāvita →

ncped

announced; proclaimed

anussāviyamāna →

ncped

being proclaimed; being announced

anusuyyaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. not envious; free from jealousy

anusuyyāyamāna →

ncped

not envious, not discontent

anusūyaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. not envious; free from jealousy

anusūyāyamāna →

ncped

not envious, not discontent

anuttara →

ncped

having no superior; supreme, best

anuttiṇṇa →

ncped

who has not crossed over; not come out

anutunī →

ncped

not menstruating; not in the fertile period

anuvigaṇeti →

ncped

considers, regards; takes notice of, takes account of.

anuvyañjanaggāhi →

ncped

occupying oneself with details or minor characteristics.

anuvyañjanaggāhin →

ncped

occupying oneself with details or minor characteristics.

anuyāgi →

ncped

offering after the example of another.

anuyāgin →

ncped

offering after the example of another.

anuññātapatīññāta →

ncped

acknowledged and self-professed

anuṭṭhāna →

ncped

not getting up; lack of energy; laziness

anuṭṭhāta →

ncped

one who does not exert himself

anuṭṭhātar →

ncped

one who does not exert himself

anācariyaka →

ncped

  1. not having a teacher; not dependent on an instructor.
  2. free from bad influences.

anāciṇṇa →

ncped

not done, not practiced; not the custom

anādinna →

ncped

not used; with no mark used or added

anādiyitvā →

ncped

anādiyitvā1

neg. absol. not taking; not receiving

anādiyitvā2

neg. absol. taking no notice of, ignoring, disregarding

anādā →

ncped

not taking; not receiving.

anādāna →

ncped

not grasping; free from attachment

anāgamana →

ncped

not coming; non-return

anāgamanīya →

ncped

will not come.

anāganta →

ncped

non-returned, one who does not return

anāgantar →

ncped

non-returned, one who does not return

anāgata →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) not come, not yet arrived; future; not learnt, not attained; not attested.
  2. (n.) the future

anāgatattha →

ncped

who was not attained the goal

anāghāta →

ncped

free from ill-will; not taking offense

anāgāmi →

ncped

~inī feminine one who does not return (to this world; one who has reached the third stage, and will be reborn only in a Brahma world, and attain…

anāgāmin →

ncped

~inī feminine one who does not return (to this world; one who has reached the third stage, and will be reborn only in a Brahma world, and attain…

anāhāra →

ncped

  1. (m.) not food; not sustenance.
  2. (mfn.) taking no food; without support; without fuel

anājānīya →

ncped

of inferior birth; ignoble

anākiṇṇa →

ncped

not crowded

anākula →

ncped

not confused; not crowded; not agitated; calm.

anālāpa →

ncped

not speaking, not addressing.

anānupassi →

ncped

not looking upon, not considering.

anānupassin →

ncped

not looking upon, not considering.

anānupuṭṭha →

ncped

not question, not asked

anānuruddha →

ncped

not pleased with; not complying with

anānuvajja →

ncped

not to be censured

anānuyāyin →

ncped

not following, remaining firm; not subject (to).

anāpara →

ncped

without another, matchless.

anāpatti →

ncped

no offense, not a transgression

anāpattika →

ncped

who has committed no offense.

anārakkha →

ncped

not watchful, not guarding

anārambha →

ncped

anārambha1

masculine absence of undertaking; non-exertion

anārambha2

mfn. not involving killing or destruction.

anārocana →

ncped

failure to announce; the omission of announcement.

anārādhaka →

ncped

not winning approval, not pleasing; unsuccessful

anāsaka →

ncped

not eating; fasting.

anāsanna →

ncped

not having approached; not near

anāsannavara →

ncped

best when not near

anātura →

ncped

not sick; healthy; well

anāvaraṇadassāvi →

ncped

seeing without obstruction; with unobstructed sight

anāvaraṇadassāvin →

ncped

seeing without obstruction; with unobstructed sight

anāvasa →

ncped

  1. not a residence, an uninhabited place; a place not fit for staying in.
  2. not staying, not residing

anāvatti →

ncped

not returning; not coming back.

anāvattidhamma →

ncped

not subject to return (to this world); not liable to turn back or change.

anāvayha →

ncped

not to be take in marriage (as a wife)

anāvaṭa →

ncped

not obstructed; not shut off

anāvaṭṭi →

ncped

not turning to; not seduced, unaffected.

anāvaṭṭin →

ncped

not turning to; not seduced, unaffected.

anāvuta →

ncped

not obstructed; not shut off

anāyussa →

ncped

not giving long life

anāññāta →

ncped

not understood, not known

anāḷhika →

ncped

not rich; poor; destitute.

anāḷhiya →

ncped

not rich; poor; destitute.

anītiha →

ncped

not received through tradition; not based on hearsay.

anūhata →

ncped

not removed; not extracted, not rooted out.

anūna →

ncped

not less; not deficient; complete; full

anūnaka →

ncped

not deficient, complete; having no lack (of, instr.)

anūpalitta →

ncped

not attached to; not sticking to

anūpanāhi →

ncped

(also anupanāhi(n)) not resentful; without rancor.

anūpanāhin →

ncped

(also anupanāhi(n)) not resentful; without rancor.

anūpavāda →

ncped

lack of abuse; not blaming or criticizing

anūpaya →

ncped

not going near (to); free from involvement

anūsara →

ncped

not having saline soil

apaca →

ncped

“not cooking”, homeless.

apacetabba →

ncped

to be honored; to be treated with respect.

apaceyya →

ncped

to be honored; deserving respect.

apacina →

ncped

not collecting; or watching over.

apacineyya →

ncped

to be respected; deserving honor

apaciniyya →

ncped

to be respected; deserving honor

apacita →

ncped

honored; esteemed.

apaciti →

ncped

honoring; respecting; homage.

apacāyati →

ncped

honors; respects.

apacāyika →

ncped

honoring; respecting.

apajaha →

ncped

not giving up; grasping, greedy (?).

apalokita →

ncped

apalokita1

pp mfn. asked for leave; consulted

apalokita2

mfn. not liable to decay, not subject to destruction.

apanaddhakalāpa →

ncped

with quiver tied behind; (or “with the hair-knot untied).

apara →

ncped

another, a further, one more; following, subsequent; later; western.

aparapara →

ncped

one after another; various; following

aparighaṃsanta →

ncped

not rubbing or scraping.

aparissāvanaka →

ncped

(one who has no water-strainer.

aparitassi →

ncped

not trembling; without fear.

aparitassin →

ncped

not trembling; without fear.

apasammajjati →

ncped

sweeps away; winnows.

apattacīvaraka →

ncped

(one) who has no bowl or (bhikkhu’s) robe.

apaṇṇaka →

ncped

  1. not doubtful, certain, sure; having a certain outcome.
  2. (of a die 1) true; straight-sided, cubical.

apihālu →

ncped

without desire; not envious.

appa →

ncped

…a trifling…

appadassa →

ncped

of little vision; of little knowledge

appadhaṃsika →

ncped

no to be destroyed; invincible

appadhaṃsiya →

ncped

no to be destroyed; invincible

appaharita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) with few or no green plants.
  2. (n.) a place where no green plants grow

appakiṇṇa →

ncped

not crowded.

apparajakkha →

ncped

with little or no passion or impurity

appasadda →

ncped

appasadda1

mfn.

  1. free from noise quiet.
  2. making little or no noise quiet.

appasadda2

neuter quiet

appassuta →

ncped

appassuta1

mfn. of little learning, uneducated.

appassuta2

neuter little learning, ignorance

appasuta →

ncped

appasuta1

mfn. of little learning, uneducated.

appasuta2

neuter little learning, ignorance

appatikkha →

ncped

  1. (according to commentary) not worthy of consideration or respect.
  2. lacking consideration, disrespectful

appatissa →

ncped

not deferential; not obedient

appatitthīna →

ncped

not stiffened, not obdurate against:

appativattiya →

ncped

not to be turned or rolled back; not to be black; irresistible

appatiṭṭhīna →

ncped

not stiffened, not obdurate against:

appaṭikkha →

ncped

  1. (according to commentary) not worthy of consideration or respect.
  2. lacking consideration, disrespectful

appaṭimaṃsa →

ncped

not being seized or inquired into; faultless.

appaṭisandhika →

ncped

not to be put together again.

appaṭisaṃvedana →

ncped

lacking feeling; not experiencing.

appaṭissa →

ncped

not deferential; not obedient

appaṭivattiya →

ncped

not to be turned or rolled back; not to be black; irresistible

appaṭivānitā →

ncped

the state of not giving up, not turning away (from); non-weariness

appaṭivānī →

ncped

not giving up, not turning away (from); non-weariness

appaṭivānīya →

ncped

not to be given up; not causing weariness or satiety.

appaṭivāṇī →

ncped

not giving up, not turning away (from); non-weariness

appesakkha →

ncped

insignificant; petty; not respected

apphoṭayati →

ncped

makes a clapping noise by slapping one’s arm or clapping one’s hands (in pleasure or approbation)

apphoṭeti →

ncped

makes a clapping noise by slapping one’s arm or clapping one’s hands (in pleasure or approbation)

appodaka →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) having little or no water.
  2. (n.) a place having little or no water

appossuka →

ncped

unconcerned, indifferent; free from care; not being active or exerting oneself

appossukka →

ncped

unconcerned, indifferent; free from care; not being active or exerting oneself

appābādha →

ncped

  1. (m.) little or no sickness, good health.
  2. (mfn.)having little or no sickness, in good health

appākiṇṇa →

ncped

not crowded.

appātaṅka →

ncped

  1. (m.) little or no illness, good health.
  2. (mfn.) having little or no illness, in good health

apuccaṇḍatā →

ncped

‘the not being like a rotten egg’, soundness.

apāyakosalla →

ncped

knowledge about loss or decline

apāyakusala →

ncped

knowledgeable about loss or decline

arahat →

ncped

…has realized nibbāna; one in whom the āsavas are destroyed and who is no longer liable to rebirth.

araha(t)2

part. pr. mfn.

ariya →

ncped

…Buddha’s teaching and followers, almost = ‘Buddhist’); a noble one (one who is not puthujjana).

ariyaddasa →

ncped

seeing what belongs to the noble ones, what is noble

ariyagarahi →

ncped

reproaching, censuring the noble ones

ariyagarahin →

ncped

reproaching, censuring the noble ones

ariyamagga →

ncped

path of the noble ones; the noble path (often – the eightfold path); the noble course (of sotāpatti etc)

ariyasacca →

ncped

truth of the noble ones; a sublime truth

ariyasīli →

ncped

having the (moral) nature of a noble one, of sublime practice

ariyasīlin →

ncped

having the (moral) nature of a noble one, of sublime practice

ariyavaṃiksa →

ncped

practicing the traditions of the noble ones, belonging to the noble tradition; who recites the Ariyavaṃsa-sutta

ariyavaṃsa →

ncped

tradition of the noble ones; a noble lineage or tradition

ariyavihāra →

ncped

mode of life of the noble ones; a sublime state

ariyavohāra →

ncped

the way of speaking of the noble ones; a noble mode of speech

ariyavutti →

ncped

noble in conduct

ariyavāsa →

ncped

way of living of the noble ones; a sublime state

ariyūpavādi →

ncped

speaking ill of the noble ones, insulting the noble ones

ariyūpavādin →

ncped

speaking ill of the noble ones, insulting the noble ones

arosaneyya →

ncped

not to be angered, not irritable.

asahānadhammatā →

ncped

the not being liable to fail or be wanting; the having qualities which are not liable to fail (?):

asakāma →

ncped

unwilling, not consenting; discontented; unsatisfied.

asampakampi →

ncped

not shaking, not trembling; unshakeable.

asampakampin →

ncped

not shaking, not trembling; unshakeable.

asampavedhi →

ncped

(~ī)n. not trembling; unshakeable.

asampavedhin →

ncped

(~ī)n. not trembling; unshakeable.

asatthika →

ncped

not traveling with a company or caravans.

asaṅgahaka →

ncped

lacking kind treatment; not helpful, unsympathetic.

asecanaka →

ncped

never causing surfeit; (according to commentaries : not requiring anything added).

assaka →

ncped

without property, poor; owning nothing.

assasadassa →

ncped

good noble horse

ati →

ncped

ī-) generally, but not always, taking the form acc-;

  1. as prefix to nouns expresses: abundance, excess, superiority, transgression;…

atikamma →

ncped

…of time)…

atikkamma →

ncped

…of time)…

atta →

ncped

…(in the sg.) as reflexive pronoun for all three persons and genders); instr. attanā, by oneself; in oneself, as for oneself, often used in the…

attaññu →

ncped

knowing oneself

atthava →

ncped

  1. profitable; significant.
  2. possessing the goal; or possessing worldly knowledge

atthavat →

ncped

  1. profitable; significant.
  2. possessing the goal; or possessing worldly knowledge

atthaveda →

ncped

knowledge or joy in the goal, or the practice

atthaññū →

ncped

ū knowing the means; knowing the goal; knowing the meaning

atthi →

ncped

…who…; it is the case that….

atthi(n)2

mfn. (mfn., sg. nom. m. ~i) desirous; wanting something; having an aim.

atthika →

ncped

…who believes in the existence (of merit, another world, etc).

atthikavāda →

ncped

  1. (m.) the doctrine that (merit, another world, etc) exists.
  2. (mfn.) following, professing that doctrine

atthin →

ncped

…who…; it is the case that….

atthi(n)2

mfn. (mfn., sg. nom. m. ~i) desirous; wanting something; having an aim.

attānam →

ncped

is used with fpp as if nom. n.

atītasatthuka →

ncped

no longer having a master or teacher

avabhūta →

ncped

low, ignoble; deficient.

avabujjhati →

ncped

becomes aware of; perceives, knows; takes account of.

avagamaka →

ncped

making known, expressing.

avakujjapañña →

ncped

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

aveccapasanna →

ncped

having a trust founded in knowledge

aveccapasāda →

ncped

trust founded in knowledge, intelligent faith.

aveccappasanna →

ncped

having a trust founded in knowledge

aveccappasāda →

ncped

trust founded in knowledge, intelligent faith.

avedhadamma →

ncped

not subject to trembling; unshakeable.

avedhi →

ncped

not trembling.

avedhin →

ncped

not trembling.

aveti →

ncped

understands; knows.

avikampi →

ncped

not shaking; intrepid, confident.

avikampin →

ncped

not shaking; intrepid, confident.

avipakkanta →

ncped

not gone away, not dispersing

avippakkanta →

ncped

not gone away, not dispersing

avisāri →

ncped

not diffuse.

avisārin →

ncped

not diffuse.

avivayha →

ncped

not marriageable; not suitable for marriage.

avyayaggamanasa →

ncped

with non-distracted mind; with mind focused

avyayaggamānasa →

ncped

with non-distracted mind; with mind focused

avāyima →

ncped

not made by weaving; not woven.

aya →

ncped

(nom. ayo; acc. ayo, ayaṃ; instr. ayasā, ayena; abl. ayasā, ayato) iron; metal.

ayas →

ncped

(nom. ayo; acc. ayo, ayaṃ; instr. ayasā, ayena; abl. ayasā, ayato) iron; metal.

ayya →

ncped

  1. (m.) a lord, master; a worthy person; the venerable sir, (f.) a mistress; a noble lady; the venerable lady.
  2. (mfn.) well-born; worthy, venerable.

añjana →

ncped

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

añjati →

ncped

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

añña-d-attha →

ncped

añña-d-attha

masculine another object or aim

añña-d-atthika →

ncped

añña-d-atthika

mfn. having another object or purpose

añña-m-añña →

ncped

añña-m-añña

mfn. pron.

  1. one another; each other.
  2. one after the other; now one… now another…; various, different.

añña-m-aññakhādikā →

ncped

añña-m-aññakhādikā

feminine the eating of one another

añña-m-aññaṃ →

ncped

añña-m-aññaṃ

adv. towards one another; mutually, reciprocally

añña →

ncped

…else; anything else; pl. (the) others, the rest.

añña…añña

(?)

  1. one… another…; some… some.
  2. one … another (different)…

aññadā →

ncped

at another time, at other times.

aññamokkha →

ncped

to be released by another

aññapekha →

ncped

wishing for knowledge, wanting to know

aññapekkha →

ncped

wishing for knowledge, wanting to know

aññatara →

ncped

  1. one of two; one of several; a certain… (often used as indefinite article: ‘a’); somebody, some….
  2. other, another; different.

aññathā →

ncped

in a different manner; otherwise (than, abl.); in the wrong way, falsely, erroneously; not so.

aññathā … aññathā …

(?) in one way … in another way …; like this … different…

aññatitthiya →

ncped

belonging to another sec; a non-Buddhist

aññato →

ncped

  1. from another, from somebody else; elsewhere; from elsewhere.
  2. as another (thing), as different.

aññatra →

ncped

…somewhere else; in another place. 2. but for, besides, except, apart from; without (with abl. or instr. (and acc.?)).

aññatra ……

aññatrayoga →

ncped

following another discipline or religious practice

aññavadī →

ncped

professing another doctrine

aññavadīn →

ncped

professing another doctrine

aññavihitaka →

ncped

occupied with something else; (repeated) directed to one thing … directed to another …

aññindriya →

ncped

the faculty of knowing

aññoññavivaresi →

ncped

seeking faults in one another.

aññoññavivaresin →

ncped

seeking faults in one another.

aññā →

ncped

knowledge, philoso phic insight; perfect knowledge i.e. arahantship.

aññācitta →

ncped

thought for knowledge, the intention of gaining perfect knowledge

aññādisa →

ncped

of another kind; different

aññāta →

ncped

one who knows, who understands; a knower.

aññātaka →

ncped

unknown; unfamiliar.

aññātakavesena →

ncped

in disguise; not in one owns form.

aññātar →

ncped

one who knows, who understands; a knower.

aññāvada →

ncped

statement of what is known (?).

aññāṇa →

ncped

knowledge.

aññāṇaka →

ncped

ignorance; lack of understanding.

aṅgapaccaṅga →

ncped

one limb or another; one limb after another; all the limbs or parts

aṅgavijjā →

ncped

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

ca →

ncped

…second conditional clause; (note also ca = but, in a following sentence rejecting the condition) 5. an empathic particle emphasizing the preceding…

cakkavaṭṭaka →

ncped

wheeled device for raising water from a well, a noria.

cakkhu →

ncped

…of seeing. 2. insight, knowledge, understanding. 3. the eye of the world (as the means of a persons seeing); power of seeing; vision; (perhaps:…

candanokkhita →

ncped

sprinkled or anointed with candana.

candanussada →

ncped

abundantly anointed with candana.

catta →

ncped

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

catu →

ncped

num (nom./acc. m. cattaro, caturo; n. cattari; f. catasso (and caturo); instr. m.n. catūhi, catuhi (and catubbhi); f. catūhi,…

catur →

ncped

num (nom./acc. m. cattaro, caturo; n. cattari; f. catasso (and caturo); instr. m.n. catūhi, catuhi (and catubbhi); f. catūhi,…

cavanadhamma →

ncped

liable to fall from one existence to another; liable or about to die.

cavati →

ncped

…(from), abandons. 2. moves or falls from one state of existence (to another); dies (in one state); falls away; perishes, ceases.

ce →

ncped

…with present indicative or opt., so even for conditions in the past); no ce, if not; yam ce, (after comparative) than; than that.

ceta →

ncped

used to denote a hunger?

cetapariccañāṇa →

ncped

knowledge encompassing, comprehending, the thoughts (of others)

cetapariyañāṇa →

ncped

the knowledge (that is) encompassing, comprehending, the thoughts (of others)

chakka →

ncped

nom, ~ā, anī) a set of six; a section of sets of six.

chaḷabhiñña →

ncped

possessing the six special knowledges or powers.

cheka →

ncped

  1. competent, expert, knowledgeable (about); skilful, skilled (in, usually loc.); clever, good at.
  2. good, bright, pure; proper, true, genuine.

chinnabhabbhara →

ncped

not making the sound bharabhara?

chinnasassara →

ncped

not making the sound saṃsara?

cicciṭi →

ncped

(onomat.) a hissing sound.

cihacihābhinadita →

ncped

(onomat). the sound of cihaciha birds; or the sound of chirping.

ciradiṭṭha →

ncped

not seen for a long time; seen (only) a long time ago.

cirassuta →

ncped

heard (only) a long time ago; not heard for a long time.

citantaraṃsa →

ncped

whose back is flat (i.e. not hollow) between the shoulder-blades (one of the 32 characteristics of a mahapurisa)

cittīkata →

ncped

thought highly of; respected, honored; valued.

culla →

ncped

culla1cūlacūḷa

mfn. small, minor, lesser.

culla2

masculine a fireplace; a hearth.

cuta →

ncped

…holy life) 2. (who has) fallen from one state of existence (to another); who has died; ceased, come to an end.

cuti →

ncped

falling from one existence (to another); death; cessation.

daddara →

ncped

  1. a kind of drum.
  2. a hollow noise (as of a drum?)

dakkhiṇa →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) right (not left); (m.) the right hand;
  2. (mfn.) south, southern.

desanāgāmi →

ncped

requiring, expiated by, confession or acknowledgment.

desanāgāmin →

ncped

requiring, expiated by, confession or acknowledgment.

dhajabandha →

ncped

marked; notorious (?)

dhamma →

ncped

…(sometimes merely) thing, phenomenon, matter; the nonindependent, conditioned constituents of processes and events, progressively more and more…

dhammapada →

ncped

…up the Khuddakanikāya of the Pāḷi canon.

dhammapaṭisambhidā →

ncped

, ~a, neuter analytic knowledge of dhamma or dhammas; understanding of causes.

dhammatā →

ncped

  1. normal custom, habit; what is to be expected; the usual way.
  2. the real nature of things; how things are.

dhammaveda →

ncped

knowledge or joy in the teaching.

dhammaññū →

ncped

knowing the dhamma; knowing what is right.

dhava →

ncped

type of tree (grislea tomentosa or anogeissus latifolia)

dhi →

ncped

indeclinable (an exclamation expressing reproach or displeasure or disgust) shame! out upon … ! (usually + acc., also + gen., voc. or nom.)

dhitima →

ncped

/pl. nom. ~ma, ~manto), steadfast, firm, resolute.

dhitimat →

ncped

/pl. nom. ~ma, ~manto), steadfast, firm, resolute.

dhuna →

ncped

of the cutting instrument (?); part of the nose (?)

dhutaṅga →

ncped

one of 13 special ascetic practices (undertaken voluntarily, not enjoined upon the saṅgha)

disaṅgamika →

ncped

intending to go elsewhere, to go to another place.

disaṅgata →

ncped

who has gone elsewhere, to another place.

disā →

ncped

…pl.

  1. (f.) a direction, a cardinal point; a quarter of the sky; a region, area.
  2. (pl.) another region, another country; abroad;…

dovacassa →

ncped

the state of not being amenable to criticism or advice, of being refractory, intractable.

dubbinodaya →

ncped

hard to drive away or dispel.

dubbuddhi →

ncped

foolish; ignorant.

dubbuddhin →

ncped

foolish; ignorant.

duddiṭṭha →

ncped

not seen properly, ill-examined; a bad sight.

dujjāna →

ncped

difficult to know; hard to understand.

dujjāta →

ncped

of ignoble birth; ignoble

dukkha →

ncped

…uneasy, uncomfortable; not what one wants; wrong. 2. (used to characterize all experience) unsatisfactory; bringing distress or…

dummedhi →

ncped

unintelligent; ignorant.

dummedhin →

ncped

unintelligent; ignorant.

dunnihata →

ncped

not properly settled

dunnikkhitta →

ncped

badly or wrongly placed, poorly set out; not laid aside or stored properly

duppaṭinissaggi →

ncped

unwilling to let go, renounce; hard to persuade to give up.

duppaṭinissaggin →

ncped

unwilling to let go, renounce; hard to persuade to give up.

duppaṭivinodaya →

ncped

hard to get rid of.

duppaṭivinodiya →

ncped

hard to dispel, get rid of.

durāgata →

ncped

not welcome; unwanted; ill-come; an ill coming

durājāna →

ncped

difficult to know or understand.

dutiya →

ncped

, m.f. (mfn.)

  1. the second; a second; the next; a second kind of.
  2. the other, another; a further.
  3. (m.f.) a companion; a fellow.

dutiyakulika →

ncped

(one) belonging to a second, another, family.

duvinodaya →

ncped

dāni →

ncped

indeclinable now, at this moment; just now.

dāyaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. & m.f. who gives, bestows; a donor, a benefactor.

dīghanikāya →

ncped

the group of long discourses (one of the divisions of the Suttapiṭaka of the Pāḷi canon)

ehibhikkhunī →

ncped

one ordained by the formula “ehi bhikkhunī”; (according to commentaries no woman was ordained but see Thig 109)

eka →

ncped

…… apara …

(?) one … another …; one … the other …

eka … eka …

(?) one … another …; one … the other …

eka … dutiya…

ekabhattika →

ncped

eating only one meal a day; eating only before noon

ekacca-asassatika →

ncped

ekacca-asassatika

mfn. believing in the non-eternality of some things

ekacca →

ncped

…some of it; some …, some of…; some of them

  1. (repeated) one… another…; someone… someone…; some … others ….

ekattasaññi →

ncped

having a notion of unity or identity; (ekattasaññi(n))

ekattasaññi(n)2

mfn. having perceptions or notions of the same nature;…

ekattasaññin →

ncped

having a notion of unity or identity; (ekattasaññi(n))

ekattasaññi(n)2

mfn. having perceptions or notions of the same nature;…

ekodaka →

ncped

all water; covered in water; nothing but water

ekodakībhhūta →

ncped

being all water; covered in water; (a world) consisting of or covered in water, nothing but water

eta →

ncped

demonstr. pronoun. this (referring to what is nearest in space or in thought; or to what immediately precedes or follows); often pointing out someone…

etad →

ncped

demonstr. pronoun. this (referring to what is nearest in space or in thought; or to what immediately precedes or follows); often pointing out someone…

etaparama →

ncped

having this (which usually follows) as their highest limit, i.e. only as good as this, no better than this; only as great as this, no more than this

etarahi →

ncped

now; a this time; nowadays, at the present time; esp. (a) in relation to the past and/or future; parallel (in direct speech) to tena kho pana…

ettaka →

ncped

(~ā & ettikā)n. such; so much, so great; so many; this much (expressing a total); just so much, only so much (and no more).

eva →

ncped

…… na

(?) neither … nor …

n’eva … no

(?) neither … nor …

gacchati →

ncped

…goes to another existence, another birth etc. 3. follows a course; follows a future course. 4. goes to an activity; goes to do something. …

gandhabba →

ncped

  1. one of a class of heavenly beings, noted specially as musicians.
  2. an expression for that impulse or entity which takes (re) conception.

ganthitāganthita →

ncped

bound together and not bound.

garukaroti →

ncped

honors; venerates; esteems; treats as important.

garukata →

ncped

of garukaroti honored, venerated, esteemed

gati →

ncped

…movement; progress in knowledge/understanding. 2. where one goes or has gone; path; way, course; method. 3. where one goes/moves; one’s…

gatimanto →

ncped

nom of gatima(t)

gatimā →

ncped

nom of gatima(t)

gaṇṭhi →

ncped

knot; a tangle; a bunch; a knot tied in a garment (for keeping money)

ghaṭṭeti →

ncped

rubs; rubs smooth; rubs against, knocks, strike; shakes, stirs, disturbs; strikes with words, insults, offends.

ghoravisa →

ncped

having terrible poison; fiercely poisonous.

ghosa →

ncped

what one hears, any cry or sound; rumor, report; an announcement, a proclamation.

ghosita →

ncped

proclaimed; announced.

ghurughurupassāsi →

ncped

breathing with a snort, snoring; wheezing and puffing.

ghurughurupassāsin →

ncped

breathing with a snort, snoring; wheezing and puffing.

ghāsacchādaparama →

ncped

having or wanting nothing more than (mere) food and clothing.

ghāteti →

ncped

(denom. from ghāta) strikes; kills; slays; puts to death; causes to kill or be killed.

ghāṇa →

ncped

the nose.

ghāṇadhatu →

ncped

the constituent element that is the nose (as sense organ)

ghāṇaviññeyya →

ncped

cognizable by the sense organ that is the nose.

ghāṇindriya →

ncped

the sense faculty that is the nose.

ghāṇāyatana →

ncped

the sense organ that is the nose; the sphere of olfactory perception.

gihigata →

ncped

associated with householders; known to house holders.

gonisādikā →

ncped

…? (as cows settle? or like encampments of cowherds (nomads)? or among the cattle?)

gonisādiniviṭṭha →

ncped

not settled in an organized way, settled with dwellings in small groups.

guḷavākala →

ncped

with a thick (or knotted? or matted?) fringe.

guḷāguṇṭhikajāta →

ncped

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

gāmakūṭa →

ncped

village magistrate; a village chief (with a connotation of dishonesty?)

gāmantara →

ncped

another village, a different village, the next village.

idaṃ →

ncped

…and such. 3. (with rel. pronoun) whoever, whatever. 4. (as personal pronoun) of him, of her; his, etc.

idaṃ2

neuter adv. (sometimes…

idāni →

ncped

now, at his moment; just now.

indriya →

ncped

…of sensation or feeling. 5. three faculties of knowledge.

isi →

ncped

…or anchorite (often possessing magical powers); a sage, a seer (used usually of non-buddhists, but sometimes applied to the Buddha himself or to…

itara →

ncped

  1. the other (of two); another, other; the second; next; (pl.) the rest, the other ….
  2. other, common, ordinary, low (esp. with pajā).

itaritara →

ncped

one or another, whatsoever, any sort of

itarītara →

ncped

one or another, whatsoever, any sort of

itivuttaka →

ncped

the name of one of the nine categories (angās) of the scriptures; one of the collections making up the Khuddakanikāya of the Pāḷi Canon

ito →

ncped

…from this time, from now;

  1. preferring to the past.
  2. referring to the future.

ito … ito …

(?) from here … from there, here…

ito paraṃ →

ncped

from now on; after this

itthabhāvaññathābhāva →

ncped

this and another sort of existence; existence in this form or in that

iṇaghāta →

ncped

one who does not pay his debts

janapada →

ncped

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

janapadanirutti →

ncped

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

jantāghara →

ncped

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

jaḷogi →

ncped

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

jimha →

ncped

oblique; slanting; not straight, not on the right line; dishonest, false; (what is not straight; ?)

jimheyya →

ncped

(from jimha) the not being straight; deceit, fraud.

jāna →

ncped

(one) who knows, who has an understanding.

jānapaṭicchanna →

ncped

(~antī)n. know and concealed.

jānaṃ →

ncped

adverb of also jānāti knowingly; with knowledge

jānāti →

ncped

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

jātaka →

ncped

…one of the collections making up the Khuddakanikaya of the Pāḷi canon.

jātaka2

mfn. born; grown; growing.

jātarūpapaṭirūpaka →

ncped

false gold; what looks like gold (but is not)

kacci →

ncped

…fear that…“.

kacci … na …

(?) I hope that… not …; surely … not…

kamma →

ncped

…consequence in the same or another life; the action appears to exist in some sense until the effect is completed)

  1. an official act of the…

kammāraggarī →

ncped

(the nozzle of) a smith’s bellows

kappayati →

ncped

…about; esp. as auxiliary to nouns, e.g. jīvikaṃ ~eti, jīvitaṃ ~eti, lives; makes one’s living; trims, cuts. 3. frames, imagines;…

kappeti →

ncped

…about; esp. as auxiliary to nouns, e.g. jīvikaṃ ~eti, jīvitaṃ ~eti, lives; makes one’s living; trims, cuts. 3. frames, imagines;…

kappākappa →

ncped

(what is) proper and not proper; allowable and not allowable

karoti →

ncped

does, makes; acts; performs; acts for the advantage or injury of another; (esp. absol.) puts, places

karuṇā →

ncped

compassion; wise empathy, sympathy (for another being’s sorrows; one of the brahmavihāras)

katabhaṇḍa →

ncped

something manufactured (e.g. cloth or worked metal); something not in its natural state

katavedi →

ncped

acknowledging former service, grateful

katavedin →

ncped

acknowledging former service, grateful

kataṃ →

ncped

+ instr., done with …; (there is) enough; (there is now) no need of

kattarasuppa →

ncped

(worn out) winnowing basket

kattikacoraka →

ncped

thief operating especially in the month of Kattika (October–November).

katākata →

ncped

what is) done and not done; (what has been) done and (what) not (yet) done; manufactured and not manufactured

kaṇhasappa →

ncped

the black venomous snake Coluber nāga

kaṇṭaka →

ncped

kaṇṭaka1

m. & neuter

  1. a point; a thorn, a prickle; a spike.
  2. an annoyance, obstacle, impediment.

kaṇṭaka2

m. & neuter thorny; with a rough stalk.

kaṭhina →

ncped

…if they leave the āvāsa, not intending to return. 2. the kaṭhina robemaking and ritual; (the materials for) the kaṭhina

kesamassu →

ncped

nom, ~ū, ~ūni) the hair and beard

kevala →

ncped

not connected with anything else, mere, alone; pure, uncompounded, unmingled; entire, whole, all.

khaggabaddhakappa →

ncped

like a a rhinoceros’ horn; (or like a rhinoceros) i.e. solitary

khaluṅka →

ncped

kind of inferior horse (not a thoroughbred); a colt; an unruly, unmanageable horse or person

khattavijjā →

ncped

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

khattavijjāsippa →

ncped

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

khaḷuṅka →

ncped

kind of inferior horse (not a thoroughbred); a colt; an unruly, unmanageable horse or person

khaṇaññu →

ncped

knowing the right moment, recognizing the opportunity

khaṭakhaṭasadda →

ncped

making a clacking or clattering noise; (n.) a clacking or clattering noise.

khettajina →

ncped

(one) who is knowledgeable; skilful

khettaññu →

ncped

knowledgeable (about, gen.); experienced; clever, skillful; see khetta)

khiyyati →

ncped

…anger, complains; criticises publicly, denounces

kho →

ncped

…is used esp.

  1. after pronouns.
  2. after adverbs or other particles.
  3. in interrogative clauses.
  4. after negative particles.

2….

khuddaka →

ncped

…& -ikā)n. & neuter

  1. (mfn.) small; minor; insignificant; inferior; short.
  2. (nom. pl. and ~āni), a minor rule or offense (i.e. a…

khuddakavatthuka →

ncped

the section on minor matters, the Khuddakavatthukkhandhaka of the Vinayapiṭaka

khuddarāja →

ncped

minor or subordinate king

khuddarājan →

ncped

minor or subordinate king

khuddānukhuddaka →

ncped

lesser, minor; the least important; the very smallest; the various small or minor …; (n.) a minor disciplinary rule; the basic or minor discipline

khulukhulukārakaṃ →

ncped

making the noise “khulukhulu)”; so as to make a rattling noise.

khīrapaka →

ncped

drinking (only) milk; not weaned

khīya →

ncped

complaining about; criticizing publicly, denouncing.

khīyati →

ncped

…anger, complains; criticises publicly, denounces

kilāsu →

ncped

disinclined (to), making no effort (to).

kiriyākiriya →

ncped

doing and not doing; (in the classification of an offense: a rule involving) action and non-action, commission and omission

kiṃ kusalagavesi →

ncped

kiṃ kusalagavesi(n)

mfn. searching for (the knowledge of) what is right or good

kiṃ kusalagavesin →

ncped

kiṃ kusalagavesi(n)

mfn. searching for (the knowledge of) what is right or good

kiṃ kusalānu-esi →

ncped

kiṃ kusalānu-esi(n)

mfn. id. searching for (the knowledge of) what is right or good

kiṃ kusalānu-esin →

ncped

kiṃ kusalānu-esi(n)

mfn. id. searching for (the knowledge of) what is right or good

kiṃ →

ncped

…why? how?. 3. (+ ins tr.) what is the use of …, away with …, no more of …; kiṃ is often followed by other particles

ko ca →

ncped

…and made to agree with its noun: 3. ko ca (noun) … ko (verb) (an extension of (i)and (ii), where the verb substitutes for a noun, influenced by…

ko pana vado →

ncped

not to speak of …, never mind …

kodhupāyāsi →

ncped

angry and annoyed

kodhupāyāsin →

ncped

angry and annoyed

kolaputti →

ncped

(or m.?) the state of being a son of a good or noble family.

koleyyaka →

ncped

from a noble family; belonging to a family or household, domestic.

komāra →

ncped

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

kosalla →

ncped

competence, proficiency; skill; knowledge (about); goodness

kosalya →

ncped

competence, proficiency; skill; knowledge (about); goodness

kovida →

ncped

experienced, learned; knowing thoroughly; learned in, knowledgeable about (gen., loc. or ifc.).

koñca →

ncped

koñca1

masculine (or n.) a trumpeting noise.

koñca2

masculine a land of bird, prob, a heron or crane; (possibly a curlew).

koḷāpa →

ncped

  1. (m.n.) an uproar, a loud and confused noise; tumult.
  2. (mfn.) in an uproar.

krubbati →

ncped

does, makes; acts; performs; acts for the advantage or injury of another; (esp. absol.) puts, places.

kubbati →

ncped

does, makes; acts; performs; acts for the advantage or injury of another; (esp. absol.) puts, places

kukkuṭaka →

ncped

kukkuṭaka1

masculine a cock.

kukkuṭaka2

ind. onomat. a cock’s cry.

kukkuṭasampāda →

ncped

no further (from another village) than a cock can walk

kukkuṭasampāta →

ncped

no more than a cock’s flight (from another village)

kukkuṭasampātika →

ncped

no more than a cock’s flight apart

kula →

ncped

herd, assemblage; community, class, lineage; family, household; family residence; good family, a noble or eminent family.

kulaputta →

ncped

the son of a good or noble family; a noble youth (of whatever birth)

kullaka →

ncped

or mfn. a man of nobility (?); shallow (?).

kullakavihāra →

ncped

the state (of meditation) of a man of nobility; a shallow state (of meditation)

kuppita →

ncped

(another way of writing kupita) agitated, disturbed; in a state of unrest; provoked, angry; failed, invalid

kurute →

ncped

does, makes; acts; performs; acts for the advantage or injury of another; (esp. absol.) puts, places

kusala →

ncped

…virtue

. 2. (mfn.) good at; competent, clever; skilful, skilled, expert; knowledgeable (about), conversant (with, gen. or loc). 3. (n.)…

kusīta →

ncped

lazy, slothful; not conscientous.

kuḍḍarāja →

ncped

minor king; a subordinate king.

kuḍḍarājan →

ncped

minor king; a subordinate king.

kuṭṭa →

ncped

(another way of writing kuḍḍa) a wall.

kākacchati →

ncped

snores.

kālappavedana →

ncped

making known that it is time; an announcement of the time

kālaññu →

ncped

knowing the right or a suitable time (to do something)

kālika →

ncped

…what belongs to the…

kāmabhogi →

ncped

…esp. (one) who indulges in sexual pleasure, i.e. (one) who is not celibate, not a bhikkhu or bhikkhuni

kāmabhogin →

ncped

…esp. (one) who indulges in sexual pleasure, i.e. (one) who is not celibate, not a bhikkhu or bhikkhuni

kāmaṃ →

ncped

…even if…; kāmaṃ … na (or ) …, even if… not…; rather let…than that…

kāḷapabba →

ncped

the knot or joint of a kālā plant

kāḷāpabba →

ncped

the knot or joint of a kālā plant

na ciraṃ →

ncped

na ciraṃ1

not long; not for a long time

na ciraṃ2

not after a long time; soon

na ciraṃ3

soon.

na koci →

ncped

nowhere; by no means

na →

ncped

…particle) not; no; nor; neither; na doubled with a single verb is a strong affirmation; in successive clauses or phrases na is often…

nabha →

ncped

(nom. ~aṃ, ~o ; acc. ~aṃ ; instr. ~asā ; gen. ~assa ; abl. , ~asā, ~aso ; loc. ~asi, ~asmiṃ, ~amhi,…

nabhas →

ncped

(nom. ~aṃ, ~o ; acc. ~aṃ ; instr. ~asā ; gen. ~assa ; abl. , ~asā, ~aso ; loc. ~asi, ~asmiṃ, ~amhi,…

nahātaka →

ncped

one who has bathed (at the completion of his studies), one whose knowledge is complete; one who is washed clean.

nandi →

ncped

  1. joy, pleasure, delight.
  2. a drum announcing or accompanying proclamations.

nanu →

ncped

indeclinable (particle of affirmation) not; is it not? certain; surely.

nassati →

ncped

is lost; is lost from sight; perishes; disappears, goes away; comes to nothing; is lost from the memory, is forgotten.

natthi →

ncped

indeclinable it is not; there is not.

natthika →

ncped

an unbeliever (in the existence or efficacy of good conduct, in the existence of another world, etc); a skeptic.

natthitā →

ncped

non-existence; absence.

natthu →

ncped

  1. into the nose.
  2. an agent or substance that causes sneezing (?)

natthukamma →

ncped

treatment through the nose.

nava →

ncped

…recently) 2. new, having recently entered the saṅgha; a novice.

nava2

num. nine.

navaka →

ncped

…of a set or sets of…

navanava →

ncped

ever new; quite new; one new after another

navappāya →

ncped

being mainly novices

naṭṭha →

ncped

lost, lost to sight; disappeared; perished; spoiled; come to nothing, fruitless.

neka →

ncped

~ānaṃ, ~esaṃ), not one, more than one; many; various.

nesajjika →

ncped

…bhikkhu) who rests or sleeps only in a sitting position; requiring sitting only (not lying); a bhikkhu who has undertaken the dhutanga of not…

netaṃ ṭhānaṃ vijjati →

ncped

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

nevasaññanāsaññāyatana →

ncped

…of neither apperception nor non-apperception, i.e. 2. the fourth of the arūpa states of existence; and. 3. the fourth arūpajhana or one of…

nevasaññīnāsaññī →

ncped

(cpd from n’eva saññi nasaññi), possessing neither apperception nor nonapperception.

nevasaññīnāsaññīn →

ncped

(cpd from n’eva saññi nasaññi), possessing neither apperception nor nonapperception.

neyyattha →

ncped

whose meaning is not evident or straightforward, but requires interpretation or bringing out.

nibbematika →

ncped

not in doubt; certain, assured.

nibbāna →

ncped

…of well-being, ease, happiness, experienced through the knowledge of this freedom in oneself.

nibbānogadha-gāmi →

ncped

leading to a firm footing in nibbāna.

nibbānogadha-gāmin →

ncped

leading to a firm footing in nibbāna.

nibbānogadha →

ncped

having a firm footing in nibbana; or plunged into, immersed in nibbāna.

nicchodeti →

ncped

strikes against, knocks; shakes out.

niddassa →

ncped

term of praise for an ascetic; (not ten? without ten? more than ten?; not in a (conventional) stage of life?)

niddākilamathapaṭivinodana →

ncped

the dispelling of weariness and drowsiness.

nigaṇṭhigabbha →

ncped

(according to commentaries) offspring from a knot or joint.

nigghosa →

ncped

noise, sound; speech, what someone says.

nihanati →

ncped

strikes; hits, touches; throws (in); drops, lowers; knocks out, removes; destroys.

nikūjati →

ncped

makes an inarticulate noise; calls; sings.

nimitta →

ncped

…recognized or identified or known or defined; a distinguishing mark or appearance; a perceived (enduring) attribute, predicate (especially that of…

nimmānaratino →

ncped

the name of a group of devas.

nipannokasa →

ncped

the place where (someone) lies or is lying down.

nippītika →

ncped

not involving or accompanied by joy.

nirasassāda →

ncped

not bringing enjoyment; without relish; listless.

niratthakaṃ →

ncped

(~ā, ~ikā)n. useless; to no purpose.

nirodha →

ncped

  1. ceasing, cessation; the being no more; stopping, shutting off.
  2. (for saññāvedayitanirodha) the cessation of conception and feeling.

niruddha →

ncped

ceased; no more

nirutti →

ncped

an expression; a form of words; a way of speaking; an alternative terminology, a gloss.

niruttipaṭisambhidā →

ncped

analytic knowledge or understanding of the form of words, of expressions.

nirāmisa →

ncped

not worldly, not physical or material; pure

nissajjeta →

ncped

to be given up, renounced?

nissinnokasa →

ncped

of nisinna the place where (someone) sits or is sitting or has sat

nisumbhati →

ncped

knocks down; treads down.

nitthiṇṇogha →

ncped

who has crossed the torrent or flood.

nivattabīja →

ncped

whose seed is inoperative?

nivāpapuṭṭha →

ncped

nourished on grain.

niṭṭhā →

ncped

…object, aim. 2. death.

niṭṭhā2

certain knowledge, decision, conclusion.

niṭṭhām gaccathi →

ncped

is decided, is certain; knows; concludes, is convinced; ( ~aṃ gata is often written niṭṭhaṅgata, or occasionally there is…

nonīta →

ncped

nu →

ncped

…by kho): 2. indeed; surely. 3. 1. by itself. 2. combined with an interrogative pronoun or adverb. 3. in double questions (repeated, or…

nāma →

ncped

…the name, which differentiates an individual by verbal means; sometimes defined as what is non-material in a person, the mental components; or…

nāmakāya →

ncped

the nama group, the group of non-material aspects (of an individual)

nānattakāya →

ncped

having bodies of different nature, whose bodies are not uniform.

nānattasaññi →

ncped

having different perceptions or notions.

nānattasaññin →

ncped

having different perceptions or notions.

nāsacchidda →

ncped

nostril.

nāsacchinna →

ncped

(one) whose nose has been cut or cut off.

nāsikā →

ncped

nostril; a nose; a snout.

nāsikāloma →

ncped

nostril hair.

nāsikāsota →

ncped

nostril.

nāsā →

ncped

the nose (of a human or animal); the trunk of an elephant.

nāyati →

ncped

of jānāti is known; is known as

odarika →

ncped

gluttonous; caring only for one’s stomach

odariya →

ncped

gluttonous; caring only for one’s stomach

ogaṇa →

ncped

consisting of a small company; accompanied by a small (or no) company.

ogha →

ncped

…(often identified with the…

okkhāyati →

ncped

is seen or known, is visible, appears.

onojana →

ncped

giving formally

onojeti →

ncped

ours water ritually (over the hands) in giving a gift; gives formally

ophunāti →

ncped

exposes to the wind, winnows; makes clean or clear

opunāti →

ncped

exposes to the wind, winnows; makes clean or clear

opuṇāti →

ncped

exposes to the wind, winnows; makes clean or clear

oḍḍayati →

ncped

ties, strings up; lays out, fixes (a snare or noose or net); lays out, presents (as a trap, or to mislead)

oḍḍeti →

ncped

ties, strings up; lays out, fixes (a snare or noose or net); lays out, presents (as a trap, or to mislead)

oṇojana →

ncped

giving formally

oṇojesi →

ncped

oṇojesiṃ →

ncped

  1. sg.

oṇojeti →

ncped

ours water ritually (over the hands) in giving a gift; gives formally

sa-upāyāsa →

ncped

sa-upāyāsa

mfn.

  1. bringing trouble, involving annoyance or irritation.
  2. suffering trouble or irritation

siyā →

ncped

followed by another opt. (especially assa); perhaps; it might be (that)…; siyā… siyā…, (it might be) either … or …(with sg. or pl….

sukusala →

ncped

very skilled, very skilful; very knowledgeable about

sāhāra →

ncped

  1. having a support; nourished.
  2. with its supplies; with its supporting territory*)

sāsava →

ncped

connected with the āsavas ; not free from the āsavas

ta →

ncped

…1st or 2nd person verb or pronoun, or with other demonstr. or relative pronouns: this one; that one; esp. tayidaṃ (tad + idaṃ), this very …;…

tad →

ncped

…1st or 2nd person verb or pronoun, or with other demonstr. or relative pronouns: this one; that one; esp. tayidaṃ (tad + idaṃ), this very …;…

tama →

ncped

  1. darkness; mental darkness; ignorance; error.
  2. dark, obscured; being in darkness.

tamas →

ncped

  1. darkness; mental darkness; ignorance; error.
  2. dark, obscured; being in darkness.

tamatagge →

ncped

in the highest degree?; at the end of ignorance?

tapas →

ncped

religious austerity; ascetic practice; (as practiced by non-Buddhists often) self mortification.

tapassi →

ncped

(one who) practices austerities; (non-Buddhist) ascetic.

tapassin →

ncped

(one who) practices austerities; (non-Buddhist) ascetic.

tathārūpa →

ncped

(~ā ~ī)n. such …; like this or that; such a kind; following a defining phrase; followed by yathārūpa, yathā or another relative pronoun.

tatrupayaññu →

ncped

knowing the appropriate means for that.

taṇhāyati →

ncped

(denom. from taṇhā) thirsts, has a craving.

teja →

ncped

  1. (sg. nom. tejo; acc. tejo, tejaṃ; instr. tejasā, tejena; gen. tejaso, tejassa; loc. tejasmiṃ; pl. nom. tejā; iic tejo-,…

tejas →

ncped

  1. (sg. nom. tejo; acc. tejo, tejaṃ; instr. tejasā, tejena; gen. tejaso, tejassa; loc. tejasmiṃ; pl. nom. tejā; iic tejo-,…

telaka →

ncped

medicine snuffed through the nose, or inserted in the nose.

tena hi →

ncped

therefore; now then; well then.

tevijja →

ncped

knowing the three Vedas; possessed of the three knowledges.

tevijjaka →

ncped

…who knows the three Vedas.

tevijjaka2

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

theragāthā →

ncped

…up the Khuddakanikāya of the Pāḷi Canon.

therīgāthā →

ncped

the verses of the female elders; one of the collections making up the Khuddakanikāya of the Pāḷi Canon.

theyyasaṃvāsaka →

ncped

one who lives dishonestly in the saṅgha (claiming status to which he has no right)

thūpa →

ncped

…containing relics; a…

timi →

ncped

fabulous fish of enormous size.

timiṅgala →

ncped

“timi swallower”, a fish of enormous size.

tipeṭaka →

ncped

(one) who knows the tipiṭaka.

tipeṭaki →

ncped

(one) who knows the tipiṭaka

tipeṭakin →

ncped

(one) who knows the tipiṭaka

tiracchāna →

ncped

going crosswise or obliquely or horizontally; (m.f) an animal; a (non-human)

tiracchānagata →

ncped

(being) an animal, a (non-human) creature.

tiracchānavijjā →

ncped

worldly science (especially connected with prognosticating)

tirogāma →

ncped

another (distant) village.

tirogāmaka →

ncped

one who lives outside of the village, in another (distant) village.

tirojanapada →

ncped

another (distant) district or country.

tirokkha →

ncped

out of sight; not present; secret.

tiroraṭṭha →

ncped

another (distant) kingdom.

tirorāja →

ncped

king of another (distant) country.

tirorājan →

ncped

king of another (distant) country.

titta →

ncped

satisfied, satiated; having enough; filled.

titthika →

ncped

an adherent of another sect.

titthiya →

ncped

adherent of another sect; a non-buddhist ascetic.

titthiyaddhaja →

ncped

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

titthiyadhaja →

ncped

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

titthiyapakkantaka →

ncped

who has gone to another sect; apostate.

tiṭṭhabhadantika →

ncped

one who stops and waits (for a donor when begging)

tusita →

ncped

…satisfied. 2. (or perhaps not connected to)

  1. (m.pl.) the name of a group of devās; the tusita devās.
  2. (mfn.) belonging to the tusita…

tuṅganāsika →

ncped

having a prominent nose.

tuṇhībhāva →

ncped

silence; not speaking.

tuṇḍa →

ncped

the beak; snout.

tālavatthu →

ncped

…palm-tree with its top tuft of leaves cut off; i.e. with no possibility of (re) growth.

tālavatthukata →

ncped

destroyed utterly (with no possibility of regrowth)

tāva →

ncped

……, not … as long as (not), not … until … 4. tāva … yāva (na) …, so long … as long as, until … 5. with yāvakīvaṃ: so…

ubbinaya →

ncped

contrary to the Vinaya; what is not the Vinaya.

ucca →

ncped

high, lofty, tall; of high rank, elevated, noble; loud.

uccasadda →

ncped

making a loud noise, noisy

ucchaṅgapañña →

ncped

“lap brained”, scatterbrained; who does not retain what he has heard

uccākula →

ncped

family of high rank, a noble family

uccāsadda →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) making a loud noise, noisy.
  2. (m.) a loud noise

uddhamma →

ncped

contrary to the doctrine; unlawful; what is not the doctrine’,

udicca →

ncped

(northern; of northern descent, i.e.) of noble birth, high-born.

udāharati →

ncped

utters; declares, announces; recites, quotes, cites.

udāna →

ncped

…up the Khuddakanikāya of the Pāḷi Canon.

uggaṇhāti →

ncped

…takes (what has not been formally offered, cf. patiggaṇhāti); takes up, accepts; grasps; takes hold of mentally, grasps,…

ullitta →

ncped

anointed, smeared (upwards); plastered (inside).

ulāra →

ncped

lofty, great; excellent, best; noble, illustrious; eminent

unnādi →

ncped

crying out; clamoring; making noise.

unnādin →

ncped

crying out; clamoring; making noise.

upacarati →

ncped

approaches; serves, attends; treats carefully, honors; uses figuratively.

upajānāti →

ncped

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

upalimpati →

ncped

…3 sg. anoints; smears; defiles.

upalimpati2

pass. pr. 3 sg.

  1. is smeared, is defiled (by, instr.).
  2. is…

upanisā →

ncped

  1. sitting near (a teacher) to listen, attention; secret knowledge.
  2. cause, basis; condition, prerequisite.

upaññāta →

ncped

found out (for oneself); invented; known; instituted; (first) taught

upaññātta →

ncped

made known; instituted; (first) taught

uposatha →

ncped

  1. (for non-buddhists) a fastday, a day of purification; (for Buddhists) a day on which lay-followers undertake to observe eight abstinence and on…

uppatha →

ncped

what is not the path; a path away from the right road; the wrong road, the wrong way.

upādinna →

ncped

…explained by commentaries as meaning (1) animate. 3. not holding onto, not grasping

upādiṇṇa →

ncped

…explained by commentaries as meaning 1.); animate. 3. not holding on to, not grasping

upāhanapappoṭhanasadda →

ncped

the sound of the knocking of sandals

upāsita →

ncped

served, honored

upāsitar →

ncped

(from upāsati) one who serves, who honors.

upāyakosalla →

ncped

knowledge about the appropriate way or means

upāyaññu →

ncped

knowing the means, knowing the way

upāyāsa →

ncped

trouble, unrest; annoyance, irritation.

upāyāsabahula →

ncped

irritable, easily annoyed

ussādanā →

ncped

  1. raising, exalting; praise.
  2. noise, tumult.

ussāvanantikā →

ncped

…(while it is being built), whose erection is coterminous with a declaration

ussūra →

ncped

the time when the sun is high; the afternoon.

usuyyati →

ncped

is discontented, resentful (at the merits or achievements of another); is jealous, is envious (of usually gen./dat.)

usuyyā →

ncped

discontent (at the merits or achievements of another); envy, jealousy

usūyati →

ncped

is discontented, resentful (at the merits or achievements of another); is jealous, is envious (of usually gen./dat.)

usūyā →

ncped

discontent (at the merits or achievements of another); envy, jealousy

uttamakulīna →

ncped

excellent, most noble family

uttara →

ncped

northern.

uttarasīsaka →

ncped

with its head to the north

uttarato →

ncped

in a north direction; to the north (of).

uttarena →

ncped

in a northern direction; to the north (of, acc., gen., abl.)

uttarenamukha →

ncped

facing the north; going northwards

uttarenābhimukha →

ncped

facing the north; going northwards

uttarimanussadhamma →

ncped

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

uttarā →

ncped

north; northward.

uttarāmukha →

ncped

facing north; going towards the north

uttānobhāsa →

ncped

appearing shallow; appearing plain

uḍḍeti →

ncped

…3 sg. ties, strings up; lays out, fixes (a snare or noose or net); lays out, presents (as a trap, or to mislead)

uḷāra →

ncped

lofty, great; excellent, best; noble, illustrious; eminent

uḷāratta →

ncped

the being of noble character; excellence, nobility

ñata →

ncped

known; found out; known as; well-known; (it is) known

ñatabba →

ncped

of jānāti to be known, to be understood

ñaṇi →

ncped

knowing; having intelligence; (one) who is possessed of (right) knowledge.

ñaṇin →

ncped

knowing; having intelligence; (one) who is possessed of (right) knowledge.

ñeyya →

ncped

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

ñeyyañña →

ncped

-ñña

mfn. knowing.

ñeyyaññu →

ncped

-ññu

mfn. knowing; recognizing.

ñāpesi →

ncped

made (something) known; caused (someone) to know; informed; teached.

ñāyati →

ncped

of jānāti is known; is known as

ñāṇa →

ncped

nom. ~ani, ~a, acc. ~ani, ~e ?), knowledge, understanding.

ñāṇabhandu →

ncped

associated, connected with, knowledge.

ñāṇabhūta →

ncped

full of knowledge.

ñāṇadassana →

ncped

the seeing that is knowledge or understanding; insight and knowledge.

ñāṇadassi →

ncped

seeing with knowledge; having insight and understanding.

ñāṇadassin →

ncped

seeing with knowledge; having insight and understanding.

ñāṇakaraṇa →

ncped

(~ī)n. producing knowledge or understanding.

ābhisamācārika →

ncped

belonging to good conduct (the minimum of decent behavior), proper; relating to the basic discipline; belonging to the basic or minor discipline

ācikkhati →

ncped

tells, gives information about (something, acc., to someone, gen./dat.); declares; makes known; describes; points out; assigns.

ācikkhita →

ncped

declared, made known

ādesanavidhā →

ncped

form or variety of indicating; (another’s thoughts or state of mind)

ādesanāpāṭihāriya →

ncped

the miracle or marvelous power of indicating (another’s thoughts or state of mind).

ādiyati →

ncped

…seizes, grasps.

ādiyati2

pr. 3 sg. attends to, takes notice of; shows respect to (+ acc. or gen.).

āgama →

ncped

…access; income, return. 2. tradition, traditional learning; scriptures, canonical text; a nikāya

. 2. (mfn.) coming, approaching, next.

āhuna →

ncped

offering; honoring.

ājānīya →

ncped

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

ākiñcanasambhava →

ncped

the origin of the state of nothingness.

ākiñcañña →

ncped

… 2. the state of nothingness

  1. (mfn.) associated with nothingness or with having nothing.

ākiñcaññāyatana →

ncped

…stage of (the awareness of) nothingness, i.e.

  1. the third of the arūpa states of existence; and.
  2. the state of awareness of nothingness, the…

ākoṭayati →

ncped

beats, strikes; knocks (at); pounds; hammers (in)

ākoṭeti →

ncped

beats, strikes; knocks (at); pounds; hammers (in)

ākoṭita →

ncped

beaten; knocked (at); pounded; hammered (in)

ālepa →

ncped

anointing; ointment.

ālimpati →

ncped

besmears, anoints; applies.

ālimpāpeti →

ncped

causes to anoint

ālitta →

ncped

smeared, anointed

āloka →

ncped

  1. light, daylight; luster, brightness.
  2. insight, vision; the light of knowledge, awakening.

āneñja →

ncped

…n. in apposition?) unmoved; not to be stirred; imperturbable (often applied both to determinative actions leading to existence in arūpāvacara…

ānutrāsi →

ncped

not fearful; not afraid

ānutrāsin →

ncped

not fearful; not afraid

ānuttāsi →

ncped

not fearful; not afraid

ānuttāsin →

ncped

not fearful; not afraid

āpattigāmi →

ncped

guilty of an offense (not yet dealt with)

āpattigāmin →

ncped

guilty of an offense (not yet dealt with)

āroceti →

ncped

announces; informs; tells (something, acc., to someone, dat./gen., occasionally acc.).

ārocita →

ncped

announced, declared; told

ārocāpesi →

ncped

caused to tell; caused to announce.

ārocāpesum →

ncped

they tell; they announce.

ārocāpetabba →

ncped

will announce; will inform; will tell.

ārocāpetvā →

ncped

told; announced; informed.

ārādhayati →

ncped

wins the favor or approval of, conciliates, propitiates; honors, satisfies; accomplishes, fulfills, carries to a successful end; achieves, gains

ārādheti →

ncped

wins the favor or approval of, conciliates, propitiates; honors, satisfies; accomplishes, fulfills, carries to a successful end; achieves, gains

āsivisa →

ncped

poisonous snake.

āsītikapabba →

ncped

knot or joint of the āsītika creeper.

āveni →

ncped

or mfn. separately, apart; or not united, separate

āvenika →

ncped

not united, not mingled together (as is a plait of hair or the confluence of rivers); separate; specific, particular

āveniya →

ncped

not united, not mingled together (as is a plait of hair or the confluence of rivers); separate; specific, particular

āveṇi →

ncped

or mfn. separately, apart; or not united, separate

āveṇika →

ncped

not united, not mingled together (as is a plait of hair or the confluence of rivers); separate; specific, particular

āveṇiya →

ncped

not united, not mingled together (as is a plait of hair or the confluence of rivers); separate; specific, particular

āveṇiṃ →

ncped

or mfn. separately, apart; or not united, separate

āvila →

ncped

turbid, not clear; disturbed; polluted.

āvuso →

ncped

used

  1. by and to non-Buddhists.
  2. by bhikkhus (and bhikkhunīs)
    1. to lay-followers.
    2. to each other (but not used by or to the…

āvuṇoti →

ncped

covers; shuts; obstructs

āyakosalla →

ncped

knowledge about, proficiency in, gain

āyakusala →

ncped

knowledgeable about income or gain

āyasakka →

ncped

disgrace, ill-repute, dishonor

āyasakya →

ncped

disgrace, ill-repute, dishonor

āyasma →

ncped

long-lived, venerable; a venerable person (an honorific and respectful title of a bhikkhu).

āyasmat →

ncped

long-lived, venerable; a venerable person (an honorific and respectful title of a bhikkhu).

āññāta →

ncped

known, understood

āññātaññassāmītindriya →

ncped

the faculty of resolving to know something unknown

ūna →

ncped

…is deficient; something lacking; a…

ūnaka →

ncped

not full; smaller, less (than, abl. or iic.); less (by, instr.).

ūnodara →

ncped

with unfilled belly; whose stomach is not (completely) full

ūnudara →

ncped

with unfilled belly; whose stomach is not (completely) full

ūnūdara →

ncped

with unfilled belly; whose stomach is not (completely) full

abhabbāgamana →

nyana

…the ‘evil actions’ denote the 5 heinous actions with immediate result ānantarika-kamma, whilst the ‘defilements’ refer to the ’evil…

abhibhāyatana →

nyana

…forms as if external, yet now also large ones (e.g.: leg-bone=femur). This is the second stage of mastery.

3: Not perceiving…

abhijjhā →

nyana

…& envy’ is a synonym of lobha and tanhā see: mūla and is the 8th link of the disadvantageous courses of action see:…

abhisamaya →

nyana

…comprehension of the Four Noble Truths by the Stream-winner sotāpanna see: ariya-puggala. In the Com. the term is represented by…

abhiññā →

nyana

…and the not-greedy one as not greedy; knows the hating mind as hating and the not-hating one as not hating; knows the confused mind as confused…

acinteyya →

nyana

…see: ādibrahmacariyaka-sīla, does neither lead to aversion, detachment, ceasing, nor to peace, not to full comprehension, not to…

adaptation-knowledge →

nyana

Adaptation-knowledge: anuloma-ñāna

adukkha-m-asukhā vedanā →

nyana

…vedanā]]Adukkha-m-asukhā vedanā:** ‘feeling which is neither painful nor pleasant’, i.e. neutral or indifferent feeling; see:…

agati →

nyana

…the path of fear bhaya. One who is freed from these evil impulses is no longer liable to take any wrong path. A. IV, 17; IX, 7.

ahetuka-ditthi →

nyana

Ahetuka-ditthi: View or opinion of uncausedness or randomness of existence & phenomena; see: ditthi

ahirika-anottappa →

nyana

…fear of wongdoing A. II, 6. Not to be ashamed of what one should be ashamed of; not to be ashamed of evil, disadvantageous states: this is called…

akanittha →

nyana

Akanittha: the ‘Great or Non-junior Ones’, i.e. ‘Highest Gods’, are the inhabitants of the 5th and highest heaven of the Pure Abodes…

akiriya-ditthi →

nyana

…That neither moral good nor moral evil action have any delayed consequences for anyone. This wrong view w as taught by Pūrana-Kassapa; see:…

akusala-sādhārana-cetasika →

nyana

…Lack of fear of wrongdoing anottappa, 3: Restlessness uddhacca, 4: Confusion moha. For 1 and 2 see: ahirika-anottappa; for 3 see:…

akusala-vitakka →

nyana

…of the evil results, paying no attention to them, analyzing them, suppressing them.

M. 20 is translated in: The Removal of Distracting…

amata →

nyana

Amata: Sanskrit amrta Not to die = Deathlessness, immortality, is a name for Nibbāna the final liberation from the wheel of rebirths…

analytical knowledge →

nyana

[[analytical knowledge]]Analytical knowledge: the 4 kinds of: patisambhidā

anattā →

nyana

…nor to any conditioned phenomenon, nor to Nibbāna, the only Unconditioned Element asankhatā - dhātu.

The Anattā-lakkhana Sutta, the…

anattā-saññā →

nyana

Anattā-saññā: Perception of no-self; of impersonality see A. VI, 104; A. VII, 48; A. X, 60; Ud. IV, 1.

anattānupassanā →

nyana

Anattānupassanā: C ontemplation of no-self is one of the 18 chief kinds of insight see: vipassanā. See also above.

anicca →

nyana

…of existence there is no mental release, no relinquishment, no attainment of deliverance. Hence comprehension of impermanence gained by…

anottappa →

nyana

Anottappa: see: ahirika

antarā-parinibbāyī →

nyana

Antarā-parinibbāyī: is one of the 5 kinds of Non-Returners or Anāgāmī.

antinomies →

nyana

Antinomies: see: ditthi

anuloma-citta →

nyana

…of consciousness’, denotes the third of the 4 moments of impulsion javana flashing up immediately before either reaching the absorptions…

anuloma-ñāna →

nyana

…the ‘adaptation-to-truth knowledge’, the last of 9 insight-knowledges vipassanā - ñāna which constitute the purification of knowledge…

anupassanā →

nyana

… 3: Contemplating them as not self, one leaves behind the perception of ownership.
4: Becoming disillusioned, one leaves behind delighting. …

anupubba-nirodha →

nyana

…of neither-perception-nor-non-perception neva - saññā - nāsaññāyatana the perception of the sphere of nothingness is…

anusaya →

nyana

… 7: The latent tendency to ignorance avijjā D. 33; A. VII, 11, 12.

These things are called ‘latent tendencies’ since, in consequence of their…

anussati →

nyana

…neither possessed of greed, nor of hate, nor of confusion. Quite upright at such a time is his mind owing to the Perfect One… With upright mind…

anāgāmī →

nyana

…on the 3rd stage of Nobility. There are 5 classes of Non-Returners, as it is said e.g. Pug. 42-46:

A being, through the disappearing of…

aparihāna-dhamma →

nyana

…have attained any of the 4 noble paths to Nobility see: ariya-puggala. With regard to the absorptions jhāna, anyone is called ‘unrelapsable’…

aparihāniya-dhamma →

nyana

…of welfare’ lit. of non-decline, for a nation. Seven such conditions are mentioned in the Mahā-Parinibbāna Sutta D. 16. They are…

appamāda →

nyana

…attentiveness, carefulness, non-laxity, earnestness, diligence, vigilance, is considered as the foundation of all advantageous progress.

Just as…

arising and vanishing →

nyana

[[arising and vanishing]]Arising and vanishing: of things. The knowledge consisting in the contemplation of; see: visuddhi VI.1.

ariya-iddhi →

nyana

Ariya-iddhi: Noble Force see: iddhi

ariya-puggala →

nyana

Ariya: Noble Ones, noble persons:
The 8, Ariya = Noble Ones are those who have realized one of the 8 stages of Nobility, i.e. the 4…

ariya-sacca →

nyana

Ariya-sacca: The Four ‘Noble Truths’; see: sacca

ariya-vamsa →

nyana

…of such a Bhikkhu it is said that he is firmly established in the ancient lineage of Noble Usage known as the most lofty one. Full translation of…

ariya-vihāra →

nyana

Ariya-vihāra: Noble dwelling see: vihāra

asankhata →

nyana

Asankhata: The Unformed, Unoriginated, Unconditioned, Uncreated & Unconstructed is a name for Nibbāna, the beyond of all becoming and…

asankhāra-parinibbāyī →

nyana

Asankhāra-parinibbāyī: The one reaching Nibbāna without effort, is one of the five classes of Non-Returners anāgāmī

asañña-satta →

nyana

…Bhikkhus, divine beings known as the unconscious ones. As soon, however, as in those beings consciousness arises, those beings will vanish from…

asekha →

nyana

…a name for the Arahat, the Noble One see: ariya-puggala, since he has reached the perfection in higher moral training, higher mental training…

asmi-māna →

nyana

…attainment of Arahatship or Nobility. It falsely assumes an entity ‘I’ the be real and existent. It is based upon the comparison of oneself with…

atta-kilamatha →

nyana

…- sukha, whilst the Noble 8-fold path constitutes the Middle path majjhima - patipadā. See the Buddha’s first sermon, The…

attha-patisambhidā →

nyana

Attha-patisambhidā: The ‘analytical knowledge of meaning’, is one of the 4 kinds of analytical knowledge patisambhidā.

atthangika-magga →

nyana

Atthangika-magga: The Noble 8-Fold Path see: Magga.

attā →

nyana

…Self, ego, personality, soul, is in Buddhism a mere conventional expression vohāradesanā, and not a designation for anything really existing;…

avacara →

nyana

…of neither-perception-nor-non-perception (see: jhāna 5-8), and the consciousness and mental properties in one who has entered the…

avigata-paccaya →

nyana

Avigata-paccaya: Non-disappearance, is one of the 24 conditional relations paccaya.

aviha →

nyana

Aviha: Non-falling, immovable yet derivation is uncertain; Sanskrit avrha is one of the five Pure Abodes suddhāvāsa in the fine-material…

avihimsā →

nyana

…thought of harmlessness or non-cruelty; avihimsā - vitakka is one of the three constituents of right motivation sammā-sankappa, i.e….

avijjā →

nyana

…nescience, the blindness of not knowing, is synonymous with confusion moha (see mūla ), is the primary & deepest root of all evil and…

avikkhepa →

nyana

…Undistractedness, is a synonym of concentration samādhi, one-pointedness of mind citt’ekaggatā and calm tranquillity samatha, further…

avyākata →

nyana

…as kammically advantageous nor as disadvantageous - are the kammically neutral or inert, i.e. amoral, states of consciousness and mental…

avyāpāda →

nyana

Avyāpāda: Hatelessness, non-ill-will, good-will, amity, goodness; is one of the three kinds of right motivation (see: sacca IV. 2), or…

aññindriya →

nyana

Aññindriya: T he ability of highest knowledge; see: aññā and indriya 21.

aññā →

nyana

arahatta: He makes known the highest knowledge aññam vyākaroti, in exactly this way: ’Rebirth has ceased, fulfilled is this Noble…

aññātāvindriya →

nyana

Aññātāvindriya: T he ability of one who knows; see: indriya 22.

bala →

nyana

…5 understanding, by ignorance see Pts.M., ñāna Kathā. They represent, therefore, the aspect of firmness in the spiritual…

bhangānupassanā-ñāna →

nyana

…‘knowledge consisting in contemplation of dissolution’ of all forms of existence, is one kind of insight: see: visuddhi

bhava →

nyana

…kamma-produced and therefore morally neutral mental and bodily phenomena of existence. Cf. Tab. - App..

bhavanga-sota →

nyana

…of subconsciousness arises. Now, as long as no other consciousness arises to interrupt the continuity of the life-stream, so long the…

bhayatupatthāna-ñāna →

nyana

…‘knowledge consisting in the awareness of terror’, is one of those kinds of insight-knowledge that form the ’purification by knowledge…

bhikkhu →

nyana

…by the supporters. He is not a priest as he is no mediator between God and man. He has no vows for life, but he is bound by his rules which he…

bhojane mattaññutā →

nyana

…life of Nobility, if he did not watch over his senses and did not know the measure in eating? A. VII, 9.

bhāvanā →

nyana

…neither-perception-nor-non-perception. These are based upon the 4th absorption.

1 perception of the loathsomeness of…

bodhi →

nyana

…it neither occurs in the canonical texts nor in the older Sutta commentaries. The closest approximation to it is found in a verse sutta which is…

bodhipakkhiya-dhammā →

nyana

bojjhanga,

the Noble 8-fold path see: magga.

In M. 77 all the 37 bodhipakkhiya-dhammā are enumerated and explained…

bodhisatta →

nyana

…is neither mentioned nor recommended as an ideal higher than or alternative to Arahatship; nor is there any record in the Pāli scriptures…

bojjhanga →

nyana

…to the bodily and mental phenomena nāma - rūpa - dhammā as presented to the investigating mind by awareness or mindfulness, the 1st…

brahma-cariya →

nyana

…‘pure chaste or Noble life’, is a term for the life of the monk. Also a lay-devotee who observes the 8 moral precepts sikkhāpada,…

cakka →

nyana

…see: dhamma-cakka.

Another figurative meaning of C. is ‘blessing’. There are 4 such ‘auspicious wheels’ or ‘blessings’: living in a…

cakkhu →

nyana

…- cakkhu the eye of a Buddha buddha- c., . the eye of all-round knowledge samanta c.; a frequent appellation of the Buddha.

cetasika →

nyana

…Whereas in the Suttas all phenomena of existence are summed up under the aspect of 5 groups: materiality, feeling, perception, mental constructions,…

ceto-pariya-ñāna →

nyana

Ceto-pariya-ñāna: ‘penetrating knowledge of the mind of others’, is one of the 6 higher powers abhiññā 3.

ceto-vimutti →

nyana

…stands for the sphere of nothingness ākiñcaññāyatana* see: jhāna 7; ‘d. of mind from the conditions of existence’, for of mind due to…

cetokhila →

nyana

…the Doctrine, about the Noble Brotherhood, about the training, and anger against one’s fellow-Bhikkhus. For details A. V, 206, X 14; D. 33;…

chal-abhiñño →

nyana

Chal-abhiñño: an Arahat who is a ‘possessor of the 6 higher powers’ see: abhiññā.

cintā-maya-paññā →

nyana

Cintā-maya-paññā: ‘Wisdom or knowledge based on thinking’, see: paññā

citta-kkhana →

nyana

…In A. I, 10 it is said:;Nothing, o Bhikkhus, do I know that changes so rapidly as consciousness. Scarcely anything may be found that could be…

citta →

nyana

…is a synonym of mano and viññāna see: khandha and Tab. 1. Dhs divides all phenomena into consciousness citta mental properties…

cittass'ekaggatā →

nyana

[[cittass’ekaggatā]]Cittass’ekaggatā: ‘one-pointedness of mind’, is a synonym of concentration, or samādhi

consciousness: viññāna →

nyana

…see: khandha citta mano q v - Moment of °: citta-kkhana Contemplation of °: cittānupassanā: satipatthāna - Materiality produced…

contentedness →

nyana

Contentedness: with whatever robe, etc. belongs to the noble usages: ariya-vamsa.

cutūpapāta-ñāna →

nyana

Cutūpapāta-ñāna: the ‘knowledge of the vanishing and reappearing’ of beings is identical with the divine eye; see: abhiññā.

cāritta-sila →

nyana

…avoidance of those things that the Blessed One has rejected as not to be followed; Vis.M III. - App..

eating →

nyana

Eating: knowing the measure in bhojane mattaññutā.

equanimity →

nyana

…- majjhattatā. - Knowledge consisting in e. with regard to all constructions, see: visuddhi VI, 8. - Indulging in e., see:…

friend →

nyana

Friend: noble: kalyāna-mitta

gladness →

nyana

Gladness: somanassa - Indulging in g., see: manopavicāra.

gnosis →

nyana

Gnosis: see: indriya 21.

gotrabhū →

nyana

…into the multitude of the Noble Ones, the family of the Noble Ones, the circle of the Noble Ones, and obtains the designation of a Noble One,…

gotrabhū-ñāna →

nyana

Gotrabhū-ñāna: ‘change-of-lineage-knowledge’; see: prec. and visuddhi VII

grief →

nyana

Grief: domanassa - Indulging in g. see: manopavicāra.

hadaya-vatthu →

nyana

…and mind-consciousness element function; yam rūpam nissāya manodhātu ca mano-viññāna-dhātu ca vattanti, tam rūpam.

hasituppāda-citta →

nyana

…element manoviññāna - dhātu Tab. I. 72 arising as functional consciousness independent of kamma kiriya - citta only…

hetu →

nyana

…sutta usage it is almost synonymous with paccaya ‘condition’, and often occurs together with it ‘What is the cause, what is the condition’, ko

highest knowledge →

nyana

[[highest knowledge]]Highest knowledge: see: aññā.

hiri-ottappa →

nyana

…not to protect the world, then one would respect neither one’s mother, nor one’s mother’s sister, nor one’s brother’s wife, nor one’s…

iddhi →

nyana

…Vibh. - App.. They are not a necessary condition for final deliverance.

‘Noble power’ ariyā - iddhi is the power of controlling one’s…

ignorance →

nyana

*Ignorance: avijjā, further see: paticcasamuppāda 1.

ill-humour →

nyana

Ill-humour: divine beings who come to grief through: mano - padosika - deva.

ill-will →

nyana

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

indriya →

nyana

…‘I shall know what I did not yet know!’: aññātañ-ñassāmīt’ indriya

  1. the ability of highest knowledge: aññindriya
    22….

indulging →

nyana

Indulging: in joy, sadness etc.: see: manopavicāra.

inoperative consciousness →

nyana

[[inoperative consciousness]]Inoperative consciousness: kammically; see: kiriyacitta.

iriyā-patha →

nyana

…understands that there is no living being, no real ego, that goes, stands, etc., but that it is by a mere figure of speech that one says: ‘I go’,…

javana →

nyana

…however, impulsion has no longer a kammic, i.e. rebirth-producing character, but is a kammically independent function kiriya Tab. I,…

jhāna →

nyana

…of neither-perception-nor-non-perception nevasaññā - n’asaññāyatana and abides therein

Thus the 1st absorption is…

jīva →

nyana

…in that case a Noble life is not possible; or if one holds the view that the soul life is something quite different, also in that case a Noble life…

pabbajjā →

nyana

…as a sāmanera or novice, i.e. as a candidate for the Order of Bhikkhus, or Bhikkhus.

See Going Forth, by Sumana Samanera…

paccavekkhana-ñāna →

nyana

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

paccaya →

nyana

…these 4 things, then this phenomenon is for the other phenomena a condition by way of predominance; Patth.. Cf. iddhi-pāda

4-5: Proximity and…

pacceka-buddha →

nyana

…to tradition, they do not arise while the Teaching of a Perfect Buddha is known; but for achieving their rank after many aeons of effort,…

pada-parama →

nyana

…much, speaking much, knowing many things by heart, and discoursing much, has not penetrated the truth, such a man is called by that name;…

padhāna →

nyana

…develop advantageous things not yet arisen… to maintain them, and not to let them disappear, but to bring them to growth, to maturity and to the…

pahāna →

nyana

…3: If through the knowledge of the noble path see: ariya-puggala the mental chains and other evil things cannot continue any longer,…

papañca →

nyana

…is for one who delights in non-diffuseness the unworldly, Nibbāna; it is not for him who delights in worldliness papañca. For the…

paramattha →

nyana

…which, or beyond which, no real ego-entity nor any abiding substance can ever be found. Thus, whenever the suttas speak of man, woman or…

paramī →

nyana

mahā - satta a synonym often found in the Mahāyana scriptures for Bodhisatta, i.e. ’Enlightenment Being or Being destined for…

parihāna-dhamma →

nyana

…according to his wish, and not without trouble and exertion; and not according to his wish with regard to place, object and duration, does he…

parinibbāna →

nyana

…this term, therefore, does not refer exclusively to the ceasing of the 5 groups of existence at the death of the Noble One, though often applied…

pariññā →

nyana

…understanding of the known is the knowledge consisting in the discernment of the specific characteristics of such and such phenomena, as:…

path and not-path →

nyana

[[path and not-path]]Path and not-path: the knowledge and vision regarding: see: visuddhi V.

path-knowledge →

nyana

Path-knowledge: the 4 kinds of: see: visuddhi VII.

patibhāna-patisambhidā →

nyana

Patibhāna-patisambhidā: the ‘analytical knowledge of ready wit’: see: patisambhidā

paticcasamuppāda →

nyana

…with any disadvantageous phenomenon, such as ignorance. Ignorance is a ‘natural decisive support’ or ‘direct inducement’ pakatupanissaya for…

patigha →

nyana

…materiality is appatigha non-reacting and non-impinging. These 2 terms have been variously rendered as resistant and not, responding and not,…

patipadā →

nyana

…person possesses by nature no excessive greed, etc., but the 5 mental abilities are dull in him, and by reason thereof he reaches slowly the…

patipadā-ñānadassana-visuddhi →

nyana

Patipadā-ñānadassana-visuddhi: ‘purification by knowledge and vision of the path -progress’ forms the 6th stage of purification visuddhi.

patipannaka →

nyana

Patipannaka: ’ Path -attainer’, is he who had reached one of the 4 supra-mundane paths of Nobility see: ariya-puggala - App.

patipatti →

nyana

Patipatti: practice, or ‘pursuance’ of the teaching, as distinguished from the mere theoretical knowledge of its wording pariyatti.

patisambhidā →

nyana

…bearer, condition, law, phenomenon, thing is, in short, a name for condition paccaya… In particular, however, 5 things are considered as…

patisandhi →

nyana

…linked together. One phenomenon arises, another vanishes, yet all are linked together, one after the other, without interruption. In this way…

patisankhānupassanā-ñāna →

nyana

…one of the 9 knowledges constituting the ‘purification by knowledge and vision of the path -progress’ patipadā -…

paññā →

nyana

…distinguishes 3 kinds of knowledge knowledge based on thinking cintā - mayā - paññā knowledge based on learning suta - mayā -…

paññā-vimutti →

nyana

…it is said:;A Bhikkhu may not have reached in his own person the 8 liberations = jhāna, but through his understanding the fermentations have…

penetration →

nyana

…of penetrating vipphāra knowledge and concentration, see: iddhi - For morality combined with penetration nibbedha see:…

phala →

nyana

…or ‘fruition’, it donotes those moments of supra-mundane consciousness which flash forth immediately after the moment of path…

phassa →

nyana

…contact’.

phassa does not signify physical impact, but is one of the 7 constant mental properties of consciousness cetasika and belongs to…

progress →

nyana

…abhabbagamana - p. in morality, etc., see: hānabhāgiya etc. - Purification by knowledge and vision of path -progress, see: visuddhi

progress of the disciple →

nyana

…all points the rules of the Noble life. How if now I were to cut off hair and beard, put on the yellow robe, and go forth from home to the homeless…

pubbenivāsānussati →

nyana

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

puggala →

nyana

…apart from them they have no real existence. They are to be considered as mere ‘conventional modes of expression’ vohāra - vacana and on…

punabbhava →

nyana

…find ever fresh delight now here, now there, for this reason there is renewed existence and arising in the future; M. 43. See also S. XII. 38….

puthujjana →

nyana

…to that extent; but he has not the ‘knowledge conforming to the Truths’ saccānulomika-ñāna as has 2 the ‘worldling inside the Buddha’s…

puñña →

nyana

…122. - The Community of Noble Bhikkhus ariya - sangha the third Refuge see: ti-sarana is said to be;the incomparable field of merit in…

pāguññatā →

nyana

…and of consciousness citta - pāguññatā are 2 mental phenomena associated with all advantageous consciousness. Cf. Tab. II.

pārisuddhi-padhāniyanga →

nyana

…Cf. A. IV, 194. - Another 9 factors are enumerated in D. 34, namely the 7 ’stages of purification see: visuddhi and the effort for…

pātihāriya →

nyana

…abhors them. In A. III, 61, the ‘marvel of instruction’ is called the one ‘more noble and sublime’. For iddhi-pātihāriya, see D. 25. See…

pīti →

nyana

…terms. Pīti, however, is not a feeling or a sensation, and hence does not belong to the feeling-group vedanā - khandha, but may be…

pūjā →

nyana

…195f.

2: The Buddha did not think much of mere outer worship.;Not thus, Ananda, is the Tathāgata respected, venerated, esteemed, worshipped…

tadārammana-citta →

nyana

…the subconscious. It does not occur with the consciousness of the absorptions nor with supra-mundane consciousness, but only with large or…

tanhā-kkhaya →

nyana

…of fermentations’ āsavakkhaya and the attainment of perfect Nobility or Arahatship. Cf. ariya-puggala.

tanhā →

nyana

…feeds it sāharam and is not without it. And what is it? ‘Ignorance’, one has to reply.; - Craving for existence and ignorance are called;the…

tathatā →

nyana

…The only passage in the Canon where the word occurs in this sense, is found in Kath. 186 see: Guide, p. 83. On the Mahāyana term tathatā see:…

tathāgata →

nyana

…from moment to moment, but no separate entity, no personality.

When the commentaries in this connection explain Tathāgata by ‘living being’…

tatra-majjhattatā →

nyana

khandha and is mostly known by the name upekkhā In its widest sense it is associated with all pure consciousness see: Tab. II.. tatra -…

te-vijja →

nyana

…In Brahmanism means ‘knower of the 3 Vedas’ tri - vidyā in Buddhism means one who has realised 3 kinds of knowledge, to wit:…

terror →

nyana

Terror: awareness of: one of the insight-knowledges; see: visuddhi VI. 3.

theravāda →

nyana

…of having been fixed by 500 Noble Elders of the Order, soon after the death of the Master.

Theravāda is the only one of the old schools of…

thīna-middha →

nyana

…and laziness’, constitute the 3rd of the 5 hindrances nīvarana. They may or may not, be associated with greedy consciousness see: Tab. 23. 25,…

ti-lakkhana →

nyana

…not belong to me, this am I not, this is not my ego’ S. XXII, 59.

In one who understands eye, ear, nose, tongue, body and all the remaining…

ti-pitaka →

nyana

…divisions of the Pāli Canon: the Basket of Discipline Vinaya Pitaka, the Basket of Discourses Sutta Pitaka and the Basket ot Philosophy…

ti-ratana →

nyana

…Buddha, the Dhamma and the Noble Sangha.’ i.e.: the Enlightened One; the law of deliverance discovered, realized and proclaimed by him; and the…

titthāyatana →

nyana

…doctrine is that it does not account for that happiness and woe which either are the result of the present life’s good or bad action, or are…

truths →

nyana

Truths: the 4 Noble: sacca - 2-fold knowledge of the t.; saccañāna.

ādīnavānupassanā-ñāna →

nyana

…‘knowledge consisting in contemplation of danger’, is one of the 8 kinds of insight vipassanā that form the…

āhāra →

nyana

paccaya and is used to denote 4 kinds of nutriment, which are material and mental: 1: material food kabalinkārāhāra, 2: sensorial and…

ākiñcaññāyatana →

nyana

Ākiñcaññāyatana: The sphere of nothingness; see: jhāna 7.

ākāsa →

nyana

…endless space has no objective reality being purely conceptual, which is indicated by the fact that it is not included in the triad of…

āloka-saññā →

nyana

…of light. The recurring canonical passage reads: Here the Bhikkhu contemplates the perception of light. He fixes his-mind to the experience of…

ānantarika-kamma →

nyana

…the 5 heinous ‘actions with immediate destiny’ are: Killing father, killing mother, killing an Arahat, wounding a Buddha so he…

ānantariya →

nyana

…sotāpanna* & the other Nobles is generated by the insight into the impermanence, misery and impersonality of all existence, reaching a certain…

āneñja →

nyana

arūpāvacara avacara, see: sankhāra cf. M….

ānupubbī-kathā →

nyana

…teaching of the Four Noble Truths. The stock passage e.g. D. 3; D 14; M. 56 runs as follows:
Then the Blessed One gave him a gradual…

ānāpāna-sati →

nyana

…- Full explanation of practice in Vis.M VIII, 145ff. - For a comprehensive anthology of canonical and commentarial texts, see:…

ārammana →

nyana

…see: khandha. They form the external foundations for the sense-perceptions, and without them no sense-perception or sense-consciousness…

āsava →

nyana

… Through the path of Non-Returning, the fermentation of sense-desire;
Through the path of Arahatship, the fermentations of existence and…

āvajjana →

nyana

…state then it is called ‘mind-door directing’ mano - dvārāvajjana.

āyatana →

nyana

…in Vibh. II as that phenomenon which is built up of the four primary elements and appears as color and form. What is seen by-visual…

a →

pts

…neg. part. prefixed to 1 nouns and adjectives; 2 verbal forms, used like (1) whether part., ger., grd. or inf.; 3 finite verbal forms….

ababa →

pts

…term Snp-a.476 sq.

of uncertain origin, prob. onomatopoetic

abaddha →

pts

not tied, unbound, unfettered Snp.39 (variant reading and Nd ii.abandha; expld- by rajju-bandhan’ ādisu yena kenaci abaddha…

abala →

pts

adjective not strong, weak, feeble Snp.1120 (= dubbala, appabala, appathāma Cnd.73); Dhp.29 (˚assa a weak horse = dubbalassa Dhp-a.i.262; opp….

abandha →

pts

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

a + bandha

abbata →

pts

noun adjective

  1. (nt.) that which is not “vata” i.e. moral obligation, breaking of the moral obligation Snp.839 (asīlata +); Mnd.188 (variant…

abbeti →

pts

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

Trenckner, Notes 64 n. 19

abbhantara →

pts

adjective = antara, i.e. internal, inner, being within or between; nt. -ṃ the inner part, interior, interval (see [as ˚-](/define/as ˚-)) Vin.i.111 (satt˚ with interval of seven); AN.iv.16 (opp. …

abbhantarika →

pts

adjective noun intimate friend, confidant, “chum” Ja.i.86 (+ ativissāsika), Ja.i.337 (“insider”, opp. bāhiraka).

fr. abbhantara, cp. Sk….

abbhañjana →

pts

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

fr. abbhañjati

abbhañjati →

pts

to anoint; to oil, to lubricate MN.i.343 (sappi-telena); SN.iv.177; Pp.56; Dhp-a.iii.311; Vv-a.68 (sata-pāka-telena). Caus. abbhañjeti same…

abbhocchinna →

pts

abbokiṇṇa2) not cut off, uninterrupted, continuous Ja.i.470 (variant reading abbo˚); Ja.vi.254, Ja.vi.373; Cp.i.6#3; Mil.72…

abbhu →

pts

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

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

abbhukkirati →

pts

…(with water) DN.ii.172 (cakkaratanaṃ; neither with Morris J.P.T.S. 1886, 131 “give up”, nor with trsl. of Ja.ii.311 “roll along”);…

abbhussakati →

pts

…nabhaṃ abbhussakkamāno* MN.i.317; SN.iii.156 = Iti.20
■ See also SN.i.65; SN.v.44; AN.i.242 (same simile); AN.v.22 (id.).

abhi + ud…

abbhusukkati →

pts

…nabhaṃ abbhussakkamāno* MN.i.317; SN.iii.156 = Iti.20
■ See also SN.i.65; SN.v.44; AN.i.242 (same simile); AN.v.22 (id.).

abhi + ud…

abbhuta →

pts

…mysterious phenomenon, something wonderful supernormal; designation of one of the nine angas or divisions of the Buddhist Scriptures…

abbhuṃ →

pts

…& abbhuta*.

Vedic abhvaṃ, nt. of abhva, see expld. under abbhamatta. Not quite correct Morris J.P.T.S. 1889, 201: abbhuṃ = ā +…

abbhākuṭika →

pts

adjective not frowning, genial Vin.iii.181 (but here spelt bhākuṭikabhākuṭika); DN.i.116, cp. DN-a.i.287; Dhp-a.iv.8 (as variant reading T….

abbhāmatta →

pts

…monstrous dreadful, enormous, “of the size of a large cloud (thus C. on SN.i.205 & Ja.iii.309) SN.i.205 = Thag.652 (variant reading…

abbohārika →

pts

adjective not of legal or conventional status, i.e

  1. negligible, not to be decided Vin.iii.91, Vin.iii.112 (see also Kvu trsl. 361 n. 4) 2….

abbuda →

pts

…abbuda-gaṇanāya paccanokāso pana abbudo nirayo ti vutto; see also Kindred Sayings p. 190); Ja.iii.360 (sataṃ ninnahuta-sahassānaṃ…

abhabba →

pts

adjective impossible, not likely, unable DN.iii.13 sq., DN.iii.19 DN.iii.26 sq., DN.iii.133; Iti.106, Iti.117; Snp.231 (see Kp-a.189); Dhp.32;…

abhejja →

pts

adjective not to be split or divided, not to be drawn away or caused to be dissented, inalienable Snp.255 (mitto abhejjo parehi) Ja.i.263…

abhi →

pts

…off-spring, ˚jānāti know all over ˚bhavati overcome, ˚vaḍḍhati increase, ˚vuṭṭha poured out or over, ˚sandeti make over-flow,…

abhibhū →

pts

noun adjective overcoming, conquering, vanquishing, having power over, a Lord or Master of (-˚) DN.iii.29; SN.ii.284; Snp.211 (sabba˚), Snp.545…

abhibyāpeti →

pts

to pervade Mil.251.

abhi + vyāpeti, cp. Sk. vyāpnoti, vi + āp

abhidhamma →

pts

…the third group of the canonical books. Dpvs.v.37; Pv-a.140. See the detailed discussion at DN-a.i.15 DN-a.i.18 sq. [As the word abhidhamma…

abhidhara →

pts

adjective firm, bold, in -māna firmminded Dhp p.81 (acc. to Morris J.P.T.S. 1886, 135 not verified).

abhi + dhara

abhihaṭṭhuṃ →

pts

…up. MN.i.224; AN.v.350 AN.v.352; SN.iv.190, SN.v.53, SN.v.300. See note in Vinaya Texts ii.440.

ger. of abhiharati

abhijacca →

pts

adjective of noble birth Ja.v.120.

Sk. ābhijātya; abhi + jacca

abhijjamāna →

pts

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

abhijjanaka →

pts

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

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

abhijjhita →

pts

…Ja.vi.445; usually neg. an˚ not coveted, Vin.i.287; Snp.40 (= anabhipatthita Snp-a.85; cp. Cnd.38); Vv.47#4 (= na abhikankhita Vv-a.201).

pp. of…

abhijānāti →

pts

…(˚ṃ abhiññātaṃ known is the knowable); Nd ii.s.v. Dhp-a.iv.233
pp abhiññāta (q.v.).

abhi + jñā,…

abhijāta →

pts

adjective of noble birth, well-born, SN.i.69; Vv.29#3; Mil.359 (˚kulakulīna belonging to a family of high or noble birth).

abi + jāta

abhijāti →

pts

…as t. t. in use by certain non-Buddhist teachers. They divided mankind into six species, each named after a colour DN.i.53, DN.i.54; AN.iii.383…

abhikkanta →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) lit. gone forward, gone out, gone beyond. According to the traditional expln. preserved by Bdhgh. & Dhp (see…

abhimana →

pts

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

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

abhimatthati →

pts

…sikharena ˚matthiyamāno) Dhp-a.iii.152 (= kantati viddhaṃseti). 2. to rub, to produce by friction (esp. fire, aggiṃ; cp. Vedic agniṃ…

abhinadati →

pts

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

abhi + nadati

abhinandita →

pts

only in an˚; not enjoyed, not (being) an object of pleasure SN.iv.213 = Iti.38; SN.v.319.

pp. of abhinandati

abhinibbijjati →

pts

…secondary formation fr ger. nibbijja. Reading however not beyond all doubt

abhinikūjita →

pts

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

abhinimmināti →

pts

…(rūpaṃ manomayaṃ); Vv-a.16 (mahantaṃ hatthi-rāja-vaṇṇaṃ)
pp abhinimmita (q.v.).

abhi…

abhinindriya →

pts

…as avikal-indriya not defective, perfect sense-organ. He must have read ahīn˚ Abhi-n-indriya could only be explained as “with…

abhinādita →

pts

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

pp. of abhinādeti, Caus. of abhi +…

abhinīharati →

pts

…Avs.ii.3 (see ref. & note Index p. 221); and the pp. abhinirhṛta (ṛddhiḥ) in Divy.48, Divy.49 (to obtain? Ind.), Divy.264 (take to…

abhinīhāra →

pts

…taking (the body) out to burial, lit. meaning see note on abhinīharati

abhiroceti →

pts

…vijjotati thus to no. 3). 3. variant reading for atiroceti (to surpass in splendour) at Vv.81#12, cp. also no. 2.

abhi + roceti,…

abhiropeti →

pts

…to show reverence, to honour Vv.37#7 (aor. ˚ropayi = ropesi Vv-a.169), Vv.37#10 (id.; = pūjaṃ kāresi Vv-a.172), Vv.60#4 (= pūjesi…

abhirūpa →

pts

…in the idiomatic phrase denoting the characteristics of true beauty abhirūpa dassanīya pāsādika (+ paramāya vaṇṇa-pokkharatāya…

abhisamaya →

pts

…ad sensum but not at verbum by phassa-nirodha Snp-a.509); Pts.ii.215 Pp.41; Vv.16#10 (= saccapaṭivedha Vv-a.85); DN-a.i.32;…

abhisambhuṇāti →

pts

…asampāpuṇanto avisahamāno vā DN-a.i.268); Mnd.77, Mnd.312.

considered to be a bastard form of abhisambhavati, but probably of diff. origin…

abhisambuddha →

pts

…SN.iv.331; Iti.121 an˚; not understood MN.i.71, MN.i.92, MN.i.114, MN.i.163, MN.i.240 2. (med.) one who has come to the realisation of the…

abhisambudhāna →

pts

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

formation of a ppr. med. fr. pp. abhsam +…

abhisambujjhati →

pts

…to awake to the highest knowledge, to gain the highest wisdom (sammāsambodhiṃ) DN.iii.135; Iti.121 aor. -sambujjhi SN.v.433; Pv-a.19. In…

abhisamekkhati →

pts

…behold, see, regard, notice Ja.iv.19 (2nd sg med. ˚samekkhase = olokesi C.)
ger -samikkha ˚samekkha; [B.Sk. ˚samīkṣya,…

abhisameti →

pts

…SN.v.438 (an˚ by not thoroughly understanding) AN.v.50 (samm’attha˚ through complete realisation of what is proficient); Snp.143 (=…

abhisamikkhati →

pts

…behold, see, regard, notice Ja.iv.19 (2nd sg med. ˚samekkhase = olokesi C.)
ger -samikkha ˚samekkha; [B.Sk. ˚samīkṣya,…

abhisattha →

pts

…say that the woman herself, not the old age was accursed. But the whole verse is a riddle and Kern’s translation (

Toevoegselen

s. v.)…

abhisaññā →

pts

…The prefix abhi qualifies, not saññā, but the whole compound, which means ʻtrance’. It is an expression used, not by Buddhists, but by…

abhisaṅkhāra →

pts

…iddḥi˚) working of supernormal powers Vin.i.16; DN.i.106; SN.iii.92; SN.iv.289; SN.v.270 Snp.p.107; Pv-a.56, Pv-a.172, Pv-a.212.

2….

abhiseka →

pts

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

abhisitta →

pts

  1. sprinkled over, anointed Snp.889 (manasā, cp. Mnd.298); Mil.336 (amatena loka a.).
  2. consecrated (King), inaugurated (more freq. in this conn….

abhisiñcati →

pts

to sprinkle over, fig. to anoint (King), to consecrate AN.i.107 (Khattiy’ âbhisekena Ja.i.399 (fig. ˚itvā ger. Ja.ii.409 (id.); Ja.vi.161 (id.);…

abhissara →

pts

adjective only neg. an˚; in formula atāṇo loko anabhissaro “without a Lord or protector MN.ii.68 (variant reading ˚abhisaro); Pts.i.126 (variant reading id.).

abhi + issara

abhitunna →

pts

…Ja.v.268, Sdhp.281.

not as Morris, J.P.T.S. 1886, 135, suggested fr. abhi + tud, but acc. to Kern,

Toevoegselen

p. 4 fr. abhi +…

abhivandati →

pts

to salute respectfully, to honour, greet; grd. -vandanīya Mil.227.

abhi + vandati

abhivaḍḍhana →

pts

adjective noun increasing (trs.), augmenting; f. ˚ī Sdhp.68.

fr. abhivaḍḍhati

abhivaṭṭa →

pts

…Mil.197, Mil.286
Note. Andersen P. R. prefers reading abhivaḍḍha at Dhp.335 “the abounding Bīraṇa grass”).

pp. of…

abhivedeti →

pts

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

abhi + Caus. of vid

abhiveṭheti →

pts

Kern’s (

Toevoegselen

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

abhivādeti →

pts

to salute, greet, welcome, honour Vin.ii.208 sq.; DN.i.61; AN.iii.223; AN.iv.173; Vv.1#5 (abhivādayiṃ aor. = abhivādanaṃ kāresiṃ vandiṃ…

abhiñña →

pts

…esp. higher or supernormal knowledge (abhiññā), intelligent; thus in chalabhiñña one who possesses the 6 abhiññās Vin.iii.88;…

abhiññatā →

pts

in cpd. mahā˚; state or condition of great intelligence or supernormal knowledge SN.iv.263; SN.V.175, SN.V.298 sq.

fr. abhiññā

abhiññā →

pts

…meaning of special, supernormal power of apperception and knowledge to be acquired by long training in life and thought. See Mnd.108, Mnd.328…

abhiññāta →

pts

  1. known, recognised Snp.588 (abhiññeyyaṃ ˚ṃ).
  2. (well)-known, distinguished DN.i.89 (˚kolañña = pākaṭa-kulaja DN-a.i.252),…

abhūta →

pts

adjective not real, false, not true, usually as nt. ˚ṃ falsehood, lie, deceit Snp.387; Iti.37; instr abhūtena falsely DN.i.161.

*…

acaṅkama →

pts

adjective not fit for walking, not level or even Thag.1174 (magga).

a + cankama

accasara →

pts

…fr. aor. accasari (ati + sṛ;), influenced in meaning by analogy of ati + a + sara (smṛ) Not with Morris (J.P.T.S. 1889, 200) a…

accasarā →

pts

…instead of accasarā.

abstr. to…

accati →

pts

to praise, honour, celebrate Dāvs v.66 (accayittha, pret.)-pp accita, q.v.

Vedic arcati, ṛc, orig. meaning to be clear &…

accaya →

pts

…(fig.) going beyond (the norm) transgression, offence Vin.i.133 (thull˚ a grave offence), Vin.i.167 (id.); Vin.ii.110, Vin.ii.170; esp. in…

accha →

pts

…nāma aghammigā C.). Note. Another peculiar form of accha is P. ikka (q.v.).

Vedic ṛkṣa = Gr. α ̓́ρκτος, Lat. ursus, Cymr….

acchambhin →

pts

adjective not frightened, undismayed, fearless Snp.42 (reading achambhin; Cnd.13 explains abhīru anutrāsi etc.); Ja.vi.322 (= nikkampa C.). See…

acchanna →

pts

nacchanna is for na channa (see channa2) not fair, not suitable or proper (paṭirūpa).

pp. of acchādeti

acchariya →

pts

adjective noun wonderful, surprising strange, marvellous DN.ii.155; MN.i.79; MN.iii.118, MN.iii.125, MN.iii.144 (an˚); SN.iv.371; AN.i.181; Mil.28,…

accharā →

pts

…connects it with ācchurita (Notes 76); Childers compares Sk. akṣara (see akkhara); there may be a connection with akkhaṇa…

acchādanā →

pts

…Pp.19, Pp.23
Note. In id. p. at Vb.358 we read accasarā for acchādanā. Is the latter merely a gloss?

=…

accita →

pts

honoured, praised, esteemed Ja.vi.180.

pp. of accati

accodaka →

pts

too much water (opp. anodaka no water) Dhp-a.i.52.

ati + udaka

accupati →

pts

…(with two people quarelling). C. explains atigantvā uppati. There is no need for Kern’s corr. acchupati (Toev. s. v.).

accupaṭṭhapeti →

pts

at Ja.v.124 is to be read with variant reading as apaccupaṭṭhapeti (does not indulge in or care for).

accāsanna →

pts

adjective very near, too near Pv-a.42 (na a. n’âtidūra neither too near nor too far, at an easy distance).

ati + asanna

acela →

pts

adjective noun one who is not clothed, esp. t. t. for an anti-Buddhist naked ascetic DN.i.161, DN.i.165; DN.iii.6 DN.iii.12, DN.iii.17 sq.; SN.i.78;…

acittikata →

pts

adjective not well thought of Mil.229.

a + citta2 + kata; cp. cittikāra

addhan →

pts

…space & time
■ Cases: nom. addhā, gen. dat. addhuno, instr. addhunā, acc. addhānaṃ loc. addhani; pl. addhā. See also addhāna

addhāna →

pts

…acc. of addhan; thus the assumption of a special form addhāna would be superfluous were it not for later forms like addhāne (loc.) Mil.126;…

addāyate →

pts

to be or get wet, fig. to be attached to Ja.iv.351. See also allīyati.

v. denom. fr. adda

adhi →

pts

…metaphor, cp Fr. sur-nom; ˚vāsāna assent, ˚vāseti to dwell in, give in = consent 2. where: ˚tiṭṭhati (˚ṭṭhāti) to stand…

adhibhū →

pts

…lord SN.iv.186 (anadhibhū not mastering. For adhibhūta the variant reading abhi˚ is to be preferred as more usual in…

adhigacchati →

pts

…n’ âdhigacchanti do not find); SN.i.22 (nibbānaṃ); SN.ii.278 (id.); AN.i.162 (id.) Dhp.187, Dhp.365; Iti.82 (santiṃ); Thig.51; Pp.30,…

adhigama →

pts

…acquisition; also fig. knowledge, information, study (the latter mainly in Miln) DN.iii.255; SN.ii.139; AN.ii.148; AN.iv.22, AN.iv.332;…

adhigatavant →

pts

adjective noun one who has found or obtained Vv-a.296 (Nibbānaṃ).

fr. adhigata

adhika →

pts

…ādika, i.e. preceding the noun-determination), e.g. catunahutâdhikāni dve yojana-sahassāni 2000 + 94 (= 294 000; Ja.i.25;…

adhimana →

pts

…(an˚; variant reading ˚māna).

adhi + mano

adhipati →

pts

…sq. (chandaṃ adhipatiṃ katvā making energy predominant); Dhs-a.125, Dhs-a.126 (atta˚ autonomous, loka heteronomous, influenced by…

adhipaññā →

pts

higher wisdom or knowledge, insight (cp. jhāna & paññā); usually in combn. with adhicitta & adhisīla Vin.i.70; DN.i.174; DN.iii.219…

adhivacana →

pts

…Vb.6; Pv-a.63. See on term Dhs. trsl. 340.

  • -patha “process of synonymous nomenclature” (Mrs Rh. D.) DN.ii.68;…

adhunā →

pts

adverb just now, quite recently DN.ii.208; Vin.ii.185 (kālakata); Mil.155; Dāvs ii.94.

  • -āgata a new comer MN.i.457;…

adinna →

pts

…or grasping that which is not given to one i.e. stealing, is the 2nd of the ten qualifications of bad character or sīla (dasa-sīla…

adiṭṭhā →

pts

not seeing, without seeing Ja.iv.192 (T. adaṭṭhā, variant reading BB na diṭṭhā, C. adisvā), Ja.v.219.

a + diṭṭhā, ger. of *dassati

adāsa →

pts

kind of bird Ja.iv.466.

prob. = adaṃsa, from ḍasati to bite, cp. dāṭhā tooth; lit meaning “toothless” or “not biting”

adūsaka →

pts

adjective innocent Ja.v.143 (= nirapa rādha C.); Ja.vi.84, Ja.vi.552. f. adūsikā Snp.312.

a + dūsaka

agaru →

pts

adjective

  1. not heavy, not troublesome, only in phrase: sace te agaru “if it does not inconvenience you, if you don’t mind” (cp. BSk. yadi…

agga →

pts

Agga1

adjective noun

  1. (adj.)
    1. of time: the first, foremost Dpvs.iv.13 (saṅgahaṃ first collection). See cpds
    2. of space:…

aggaḷa →

pts

…(-ṃ ākoteṭi to knock upon the cross-bar; a. = kavāṭa DN-a.i.252); AN.iv.359 (id.) SN.iv.290; AN.i.101 = AN.i.137 = AN.iv.231….

aggaḷā →

pts

…(-ṃ ākoteṭi to knock upon the cross-bar; a. = kavāṭa DN-a.i.252); AN.iv.359 (id.) SN.iv.290; AN.i.101 = AN.i.137 = AN.iv.231….

agghati →

pts

…(nāgghanti) soḷasiṃ* not to be worth the 16th part of (cp. kalā) Vin.ii.156; SN.i.233; Dhp.70; Vv.20#7 (nânubhoti Vv-a.104),…

agghiya →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) valuable, precious, worth Ja.vi.265 (maṇi); Dhp-a.ii.41 (ratan of jewel’s worth); Mhvs.30, Mhvs.92.
  2. (nt.) a…

aggi →

pts

…possibly be intended to denote the personal Agni, the fire-god. But the commentators do not think so, and the Jātaka commentary, when it means…

agha →

pts

…strike or aghaṭṭaniya is not strikeable Dhs-a.326 cp. Dhs. trsl. 194 & Ja.iv.154 aghe ṭhitā = appaṭighe ākāse ṭhitā the air which…

ahaha →

pts

…a certain division of Purgatory (Niraya), lit. oh woe! AN.v.173 = Snp.p.126.

onomat. after exclamation ahahā: see aha1

ahaṃ →

pts

…form for the pl. is no (for acc. dat & gen.) see under; vayaṃ.

ahe →

pts

…alas! the forest (i.e. how big it is) Ja.v.63 (uttamāhevanandaho, if reading is correct, which is not beyond doubt. C. on p. 64 explains as…

ahi →

pts

…we are unable to pronounce a safe etymology; it is in all probability a dialectical; may be Non-Aryan, word. See also under kuṇḍika &…

ahita →

pts

adjective noun not good or friendly, harmful, bad; unkindliness DN.iii.246; Dhp.163; Snp.665, Snp.692; Mil.199 (˚kāma). Ahirika & Ahirika;

a +…

ahiṃsaka →

pts

adjective not injuring others, harmless, humane, SN.i.165; Thag.879; Dhp.225; Ja.iv.447.

fr. ahiṃsā

ahiṃsā →

pts

not hurting, humanity, kindness DN.iii.147; AN.i.151; Dhp.261, Dhp.270; Ja.iv.71; Mil.402.

a + hiṃsā

ahosi-kamma →

pts

…or thought whose kamma has no longer any potential force: Cpd. 145. At p. 45 ahosikakamma is said to be a kamma inhibited by a more powerful…

ahuhāliya →

pts

hoarse & loud laugh Ja.iii.223 (= danta-vidaṃsaka-mahā-hasita C.).

onomat.

ajagara →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.60. Also as ajakara at Ja.iii.484 (cp. Trenckner, Notes p. 64).

aja + gara = gala fr. *gel to devour, thus…

ajeyya →

pts

…Snp.288; Ja.v.509.

a + jeyya, grd. of jayati, q.v.

Ajeyya2

adjective not decaying, not growing old, permanent Ja.vi.323….

ajja →

pts

Ajja & Ajjā

adverb to-day, now Snp.75 Snp.153, Snp.158, Snp.970, Snp.998; Dhp.326; Ja.i.279; Ja.iii.425 (read bahutaṃ ajjā; not with Kern,…

ajjava →

pts

adjective noun straight, upright (usually combd. with maddava gentle, soft) DN.iii.213; AN.i.94; AN.ii.113;…

ajjhapatta →

pts

…Ja.vi.566 (p; C. attano santikaṃ patta). 2. having fallen upon, attacked Ja.ii.59; Ja.v.198 (p; C. sampatta) 3….

ajjhappatta →

pts

…Ja.vi.566 (p; C. attano santikaṃ patta). 2. having fallen upon, attacked Ja.ii.59; Ja.v.198 (p; C. sampatta) 3….

ajjhatta →

pts

…niyakajjhattaṃ attano santāne ti attho DN-a.i.183 cp. Dhs-a.169, Dhs-a.338, Dhs-a.361); SN.i.70, SN.i.169; SN.ii.27 (kathaṃ kathī…

ajjheti →

pts

…abhijjhati (gloss BB gijjhati).

Sk. ādhyāyati, Denom. fr. adhyāya

ajjhopanna →

pts

…with s and p there is another confusion between the vv.ll. ajjhāpanna and ajjhopanna which…

ajjhācāra →

pts

…of a bhikkhu as to those minor rules not included in the Pārājikas or Saṃghādisesas) Vin.i.63 (see note in Vin. Texts, i.184. 2. flirtation…

ajjhāpanna →

pts

an˚; guiltless, innocent Vin.i.103; DN.iii.46; SN.ii.194, SN.ii.269; AN.v.181; Mil.401. For all passages except AN.iv.277 AN.iv.280, cp….

ajjhāvuttha →

pts

…occupied (of a house) Vin.ii.210; Ja.i.145; Ja.ii.333; Pv-a.24 (˚ghara); fig. (not) occupied by Snp-a.566 (= anosita).

cp. Sk. adhyuṣita;…

ajjā →

pts

Ajja & Ajjā

adverb to-day, now Snp.75 Snp.153, Snp.158, Snp.970, Snp.998; Dhp.326; Ja.i.279; Ja.iii.425 (read bahutaṃ ajjā; not with Kern,…

ajānana →

pts

˚- neuter not knowing, ignorance (of) Ja.v.199 (˚bhāva); Ja.vi.177 (˚kāla).

a + jānana

akampiyatta →

pts

the condition of not being shaken, stableness Mil.354.

abstr. fr. akampiya, grd. of a + kampati

akaṭa →

pts

adjective not made, not artificial, natural; -yūsa natural juice Vin.i.206.

a + kaṭa

akhetta →

pts

barren-soil: see khetta
■ In cpd. -ññu the neg. belongs to the whole: not knowing a good field (for alms) Ja.iv.371.

akhāta →

pts

adjective not dug: see khāta.

akiccakāra →

pts

adjective

  1. not doing one’s duty, doing what ought not to be done AN.ii.67; Dhp.292; Mil.66; DN-a.i.296.
  2. ineffective (of medicine)…

akilāsu →

pts

adjective not lazy, diligent, active, untiring SN.i.47; SN.v.162; Ja.i.109; Mil.382.

a + kilāsu

akiriya →

pts

adjective not practical, unwise, foolish Ja.iii.530 (-rūpa = akattabba-rūpa C.); Mil.250.

a + kiriya

akkha →

pts

…cheat) anakkha one who is not a gambler Ja.v.116 (C.: ajūtakara). Cp. also accha3.

akkhara →

pts

…of poetry SN.i.38. To know the context of the a˚ the words of the texts, is characteristic of an Arahant Dhp.352 (C. is ambiguous…

akkhaya →

pts

adjective not decaying, in akkhayapaṭibhāna, of unfailing skill in exposition Mil.3, Mil.21.

a + khaya, kṣi

akkhaṇa →

pts

…The explanations are not satisfactory. We should expect either an etym. bearing on the meaning “hitting the centre of the target” (i.e….

akkhika →

pts

…(añjan˚; with eyes anointed); Dhp-a.iv.98 (aḍḍh˚; with half an eye, i.e. stealthily); Sdhp.286 (tamb˚; red-eyed) -an˚;…

akkhobbha →

pts

adjective not to be shaken, imperturbable Mil.21.

a + kṣubh, see khobha

akkhāta →

pts

adjective announced, proclaimed, told, shown AN.i.34 (dur˚); AN.ii.195; AN.iv.285, AN.iv.322; AN.v.265 AN.v.283; Snp.172, Snp.276, Snp.595,…

akkhāti →

pts

to declare, announce, tell Snp.87 Snp.172;
imper akkhāhi Snp.988, Snp.1085;
aor akkhāsi Snp.251, Snp.504, Snp.1131 (=…

akkhāyin →

pts

adjective telling, relating, announcing SN.ii.35; SN.iii.7; Ja.iii.105.

akkosa →

pts

…& koñca2; to sound, root kr̥, see note on gala

akkuṭṭha →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) being reviled, scolded, railed at Snp.366 (= dasahi akkosavatthūhi abhisatto Snp-a.364); Ja.vi.187.
  2. (nt.) reviling,…

akuppa →

pts

adjective not to be shaken, immovable; sure, steadfast safe Vin.i.11 (akuppā me ceto-vimutti) = SN.ii.239; Vin.ii.69; Vin.iv.214; DN.iii.273;…

akuppatā →

pts

“state of not being shaken”, surety, safety; epithet of Nibbāna Thag.364.

abstr. fr. last

akācin →

pts

…Vv-a.253 explains by niddosa, and there is no variant reading to warrant a misreading.

akāsiya →

pts

adjective noun “not from the Kāsī-country” (?); official name of certain tax-gatherers in the king’s service Ja.vi.212…

ala →

pts

…enough, only in neg. anala insufficient, impossible MN.i.455; Ja.ii.326 = Ja.iv.471.

alaṃ adv. as…

alagadda →

pts

…so read for T. alla-camma, vv.ll. alanda & alandu˚).

Der. unknown. In late Sk. alagarda is a watersnake

alagga →

pts

adjective not stuck or attached Cnd.107 (also alaggita); alaggamāna (ppr.) id. Dhp-a.iii.298.

pp. of laggati

alaggana →

pts

not hanging on anything, not being suspended DN-a.i.180.

a + laggana

alamba →

pts

adjective not hanging down, not drooping, short Ja.v.302; Ja.vi.3 (˚tthaniyo not flabby: of a woman’s breasts cp. alamb’ ordhva-stanī Suśruta…

alaṃ →

pts

…nâlaṃ thutuṃ it is not enough to praise Snp.217; te pi na honti me alaṃ they are not enough for me Pv.i.6#3 2. with voc.:

alaṅkata →

pts

…Ja.iv.60. 2. “done enough” (see alaṃ, use with instr.), only neg. analaṅkata in meaning…

alla →

pts

…wet = with connotation of clean (through being washed), freshly washed,

  • -kesa with clean hair Pv-a.82 (sīsaṃ nahātvā…

allīna →

pts

-anallīna “to which nothing sticks” i.e. pure, undefiled, clean SN.i.169 (id. p. on SN.i.183 reads analla: see alla)….

alola →

pts

adjective undisturbed, not distracted (by desires), not wavering: of firm resolution, concentrated Snp.65 (= nillolupa Cnd.98; = rasavisesesu…

aloma →

pts

adjective not hairy (upon the body) Ja.vi.457.

a + loma

aloṇika →

pts

adjective not salted Ja.iii.409; Vv-a.184.

a + loṇika

alābhaka →

pts

not getting, loss, detriment Vin.iii.77.

a + labhaka

alālā →

pts

…saying lā lā“ i.e. not babbling not dumb, in -mukha not (deaf &) dumb Snp-a.124 (aneḷamūga of Snp.70).

a + lālā interjection…

alāpu →

pts

gourd, pumpkin Dhp.149 (= Dhp-a.iii.112; vv. ll alābu & alābbu).

= alābu, with p for b: so Trenckner Notes 6216

amama →

pts

adjective not egotistical, unselfish Snp.220 (+ subbata), Snp.777; Ja.iv.372 (+ nirāsaya); Ja.vi.259 (= mamāyana-taṇhā-rahita C.);…

amanussa →

pts

being which is not human, a fairy demon, ghost, god, spirit, yakkha Vin.i.277; DN.i.116; SN.i.91, Ja.i.99; Dhs.617; Mil.207; Dhs-a.319; Dhp-a.i.13…

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 (=…

amarā →

pts

…sā ummujjana-nimmujjan-ādi vasena… gahetuṃ na sakkoti“ etc. This meaning is not beyond doubt, but Kern’s expln.

amata →

pts

…of a state of durability & non-change a state of security i.e. where there is not any more rebirth or re-death. So Bdhgh at Kp-a.180 (on…

amattaññu →

pts

adjective not knowing any bounds (in the taking of food), intemperate immoderate Iti.23 (bhojanamhi); Dhp.7 (id.); Pp.21.

a + matta + ˚ñu = Sk….

amba →

pts

…waters the mangoes, a tender or keeper of mangoes Vv.79#7.

Derivation unknown. Not found in pre-Buddhist literature. The Sk. is āmra. Probably…

ambara →

pts

…iv.51; Dāvs v.32
Note. At Ja.v.390 we have to read muraja-ālambara, and not mura-jāla-ambara.

Vedic ambara circumference,…

ambila →

pts

…thus at Mil.56. Another enumeration at Cnd.540 & Dhs.629
■ Ja.i.242 (˚anambila), Ja.i.505 (loṇ˚); Ja.ii.394 (loṇ˚);…

amhā →

pts

cow (?) AN.i.229. The C. says nothing. Amhakam, Amhe

etym. uncertain; Morris J.P.T.S. 1889, 201 too vague

amilātatā →

pts

the condition of not being withered Ja.v.156.

a + milāta + tā

amitta →

pts

one who is not friend, an enemy DN.iii.185; Iti.83; Snp.561 (= paccatthika Snp-a.455); Dhp.66, Dhp.207; Ja.vi.274 (˚tāpana harassing the…

ammā →

pts

…(see sep.).

onomat. from child language; Sk. ambā, cp. Gr. ἀμμάς mother, Oisl. amma “granny”, Ohg. amma “mammy”,…

amoha →

pts

adjective not dull. As n. absence of stupidity or delusion DN.iii.214; Pp.25. The form amogha occurs at Ja.vi.26 in the meaning…

amucchita →

pts

…not infatuated (lit. not stupified or bewildered), not greedy; only in phrase agathita amucchita anajjhāpanna (or anajjhopanna) DN.iii.46;…

amutra →

pts

adverb in that place, there; in another state of existence DN.i.4, DN.i.14, DN.i.184; Iti.99. Amulha-vinaya

pron. base amu + tra

amutta →

pts

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

a + mutta

amāmaka →

pts

adjective “not of me” i.e. not belonging to my party, not siding with me Dhp-a.i.66.

a + mama + ka, cp. amama

amānusa →

pts

adjective non-or superhuman unhuman, demonic, peculiar to a non-human (Peta or Yakkha) Pv.ii.12#20 (kāma); Pv.iv.1#57 (as n.); Pv.iv.3#6 (gandha,…

amāya →

pts

adjective not deceiving, open, honest Snp.941 (see Mnd.422: māyā vuccati vañcanikā cariyā). Cp. next.

a + māyā

amāyāvin →

pts

adjective without guile, not deceiving, honest DN.iii.47 (asaṭha +), DN.iii.55 (id.), DN.iii.237; Dhp-a.i.69 (asaṭhena a.).

a + māyāvin,…

anabbhita →

pts

adjective not restored, not to be restored Vin.iv.242; Pv.i.12#3 (where reading prob. faulty & due to a gloss; the id. p. at Thig.129 has ayācita

anabhijjhita →

pts

adjective not desired Snp.40 (cp. Cnd.38); Vv.47#4 (= na abhikankhita Vv-a.201).

an + abhijjhita

anabhijjhālū →

pts

adjective not greedy or covetous DN.iii.82; Pp.40.

an + abhijjhālū

anabhirata →

pts

adjective not taking delight in Ja.i.61 (naccâdisu).

an + abhirata

anabhirati →

pts

not delighting in, dissatisfaction, discontent DN.i.17 (+ paritassanā); DN.iii.289; Ja.iii.395; DN-a.i.111.

an + abhirati

anabhisambhuṇamāna →

pts

adjective not obtaining, unable to get or keep up DN.i.101 (= asampāpuṇanto avisahamāno vā DN-a.i.268).

ppr. med. of an + abhisambhuṇāti

anabhuṇṇatatā →

pts

the state of not being erect, i.e. hanging down Ja.v.156.

an + abbhuṇṇata + tā

anala →

pts

adjective

  1. not sufficient, not enough; unable, impossible, unmanageable MN.i.455; Ja.ii.326 = Ja.iv.471.
  2. dissatisfied, insatiate Ja.v.63 (=…

anamatagga →

pts

…on Dhs-a.11; Trenckner, Notes 64; Oldenberg Vin. Texts ii.114. Childers takes it as an + amata agga, and Jacobi (Erzähl. 33 and 89) and…

anariya →

pts

adjective not Aiyan, ignoble, low Vin.i.10; DN.iii.232 (˚vohāra, 3 sets of 4 the same at Vin.v.125); Snp.664, Snp.782 (˚dhamma); Pp.13
■ See…

anasana →

pts

not eating, fasting, hunger DN.iii.75 & in same context at Snp.311 (= khudā Snp-a.324).

an + asana, cp. Sk. an-aśana

anassāsika →

pts

adjective not consoling, discouraging not comforting MN.i.514; SN.ii.191.

an + assāsa + ika; cp. Sk. āśvāsana & BSk. anāśvāsika Divy.207

anassāvin →

pts

adjective not intoxicated, not enjoying or finding pleasure in Snp.853 (sātiyesu a. = sātavatthusa kāmaguṇesu taṇhasanthavavirahita…

anasuyyaṃ →

pts

not grumbling Ja.iii.27 (variant reading for anusuyyaṃ T.).

Sk. anasūyan, ppr. of an + asūyati

anasūyaka →

pts

adjective not grumbling, not envious Ja.ii.192.

Sk. anasūyaka, cp. usūya

anavaya →

pts

adjective not lacking, complete in (loc.), fulfilling DN.i.88 (= anūna paripūra-kārin DN-a.i.248); AN.iii.152 (= samatta paripuṇṇa AA quoted…

andha →

pts

…(fig.) mentally blind, not knowing, ignorant SN.iv.21; AN.ii.72; Ja.vi.139 (spelled ˚būta); Dhp.59, Dhp.174 (= paññā-cakkhuno abhāvena…

aneka →

pts

adjective (usually ˚-) not one, i.e. many, various; countlcss, numberless Iti.99 (saṃvaṭṭakappā countless aeons); Snp.688 (˚sākhā);…

aneḷa →

pts

…a clear throat“ i.e. not dumb, fig. clever, skilled DN.iii.265; Snp.70 (alālāmukha Snp-a.124), cp. Cnd.259.

an + eḷa = ena, see…

anibbisaṃ →

pts

not finding Thag.78 = Dhp.153 (= taṃ ñāṇaṃ avindanto Dhp-a.iii.128).

ppr. of nibbisati, q.v.

anicchā →

pts

dispassion SN.v.6; adj. -a without desires, not desiring Snp.707.

an + icchā

anikhāta →

pts

adjective not dug into, not dug down, not deep Ja.vi.109 (˚kūla; C. agambhīrā).

a + nikhāta, pp. of nikhanati

anikkasāva →

pts

adjective not free from impurity, impure, stained Dhp.9 = Thag.969 = Ja.ii.198 = Ja.v.50; Dhp-a.i.82 (= rāgâdīhi kasāvehi sakasāva).

a +…

anikkaḍḍhanā →

pts

not throwing out or expelling Ja.iii.22.

a + nikkaḍḍhanā

animisa →

pts

adjective not winking, waking, watchful Dāvs v.26 (nayana).

Ved. animeṣa, cp. nimisati

anissukin →

pts

adjective not hard, not greedy, generous DN.iii.47 (+ amaccharin; variant reading anussukin); Snp-a.569 (see under…

anitthi →

pts

…ceasing to be a woman, “nonwoman” Ja.ii.126 (compd with anadī a river without water interpreted by ucchiṭṭh-itthi).

an +…

aniyata →

pts

adjective not settled, uncertain, doubtful Vin.i.112; Vin.ii.287; DN.iii.217.

a + niyata

ano →

pts

Ano-

is a frequent form of compn. an-ava, see ava.

anodaka →

pts

adjective without water, dry Ja.i.307; Dhp-a.i.52; Sdhp.443.

an + udaka

anodissaka →

pts

adjective unrestricted, without exception, general, universal; only in cpd. -vasena universally thoroughly (with ref. to mettā) Ja.i.81; Ja.ii.146; Vv-a.97 (in general; opp. odissaka-vasena). S …

anogha →

pts

in anogha-tiṇṇa see ogha. Anojaka = anoja

anojagghati →

pts

at DN.i.91 is variant reading for anujagghati.

anojaka →

pts

Anojaka = anojā

Vv.35#4 (= Vv-a.161, where classed with yodhikā bandhujīvakā).

anojā FIXME double →

pts

Anojā

feminine a kind of shrub or tree with red flowers Ja.vi.536 (korandaka +); usually in cpd. anojapuppha the a. flower, used for wreaths…

anojā →

pts

Anojaka = anojā

Vv.35#4 (= Vv-a.161, where classed with yodhikā bandhujīvakā).

anoka →

pts

…ādīnaṃ anokāsabhūta).

sārin living in a houseless state, fig. being free from worldly attachment…

anoma →

pts

adjective (only ˚-) not inferior, superior, perfect, supreme, in foll. compounds

  • -guṇa supreme virtue DN-a.i.288. *…

anomajjati →

pts

to rub along over, to stroke, only in phrase gattāni pāṇinā a. to rub over one’s limbs with the hand MN.i.80, MN.i.509; SN.v.216.

anu + ava + majjati, mṛj

anonamati →

pts

…in foll. expressions: anonamaka (nt.) not stooping Dhp-a.ii.136; auonamanto (ppr.) not bending DN.ii.17 = DN.iii.143; anonami-daṇḍa

anopa →

pts

see anūpa.

anoramati →

pts

not to stop, to continue Ja.iii.487; Dhp-a.iii.9 (ger. -itvā continually).

an + ava + ram

anorapāra →

pts

adjective having (a shore) neither on this side nor beyond Mil.319.

an + ora + pāra

anosita →

pts

adjective not inhabited (by), not accessible (to) Snp.937 (= anajjhositaṃ Mnd.441 jarādīhi anajjhāvutthaṃ ṭhānaṃ Snp-a.566).

an + ava…

anottappa →

pts

recklessness, hardness DN.iii.212; Iti.34 (ahirika +); Pp.20; Dhs.365. Cp. anottāpin. Anottapin & Anottappin;

an + ottappa

anottappin →

pts

…(pp; ahirika); Snp.133 (p; ahirika +); Iti.27, Iti.115 (anatāpin anottappin vv.ll. anottāpin); Pp.20, Pp.24.

fr. anottappa

anottāpin →

pts

…(pp; ahirika); Snp.133 (p; ahirika +); Iti.27, Iti.115 (anatāpin anottappin vv.ll. anottāpin); Pp.20, Pp.24.

fr. anottappa

anovassa →

pts

absence of rain, drought Ja.v.317 (variant reading BB for anvāvassa T.; q.v.).

an + ovassa; cp. Sk. anavavarṣana

anovassaka →

pts

adjective sheltered from the rain, dry Vin.ii.211; Vin.iv.272; Ja.i.172; Ja.ii.50; Ja.iii.73; Dhp-a.ii.263; Thag-a.188.

an + ovassaka

anta →

pts

…end & no end, or finite and endless, DN.i.22; DN-a.i.115. -ānantika (holding views of, or talking about finiteness and…

antara →

pts

…it is and thee (this talk)-now why is this“; Ja.vi.8 (assa antaraṃ na passiṃsu they did not see a diff. in him).

  1. Phrases…

antarahita →

pts

…(lit. on the ground with nothing put in between it & the person lying down, i.e. on an uncovered or unobstructed ground) Vin.i.47; Vin.ii.209;…

antarayati →

pts

to go or step in between, ger. antaritvā (= antarayitvā) Ja.i.218.

cp. denom. fr. antara

antaraṭṭhaka →

pts

…the time of the falling of snow) between the eighths (i.e. the eighth day before & after the full moon: see…

antarika →

pts

…See also f. antarikā. 3. inside: see antarikā. -anantarika with no interval, succeeding, immediately following,…

antarāyikin →

pts

adjective noun one who meets with an obstacle, finding difficulties Vin.iv.280 (an˚ = asati antarāye).

cp. antarāyika

antika →

pts

adjective noun

  1. near Kp-a.217; nt. neighbourhood Kp.viii.1. (odak˚); Ja.vi.565 (antike loc. anti near).
  2. [der fr. anta = Sk. antya] being at…

anto →

pts

…= antepura Ja.i.262.

  • -mano “turning ones mind inside”, thoughtful melancholy Vin.iii.19.
  • -bhavika being inside…

anu →

pts

…for

  1. With verbs denoting a state or condition:
    1. literal: along, at, to, combined with. Often resembling E. be-or Ger….

anubbata →

pts

adjective subject to the will of another, obedient, faithful, devoted Ja.iii.521 Ja.vi.557.

Vedic anuvrata, anu + vata

anubodha →

pts

…(adj.) not understanding, not knowing the truth SN.ii.92; SN.iii.261; SN.v.431; AN.ii.1; AN.iv.105; Dhs.390 Dhs.1061; Vv-a.321 (= anavabodha)…

anubuddha →

pts

…conceived, seen, known DN.ii.123 (˚ā ime dhammā); SN.i.137 (dhammo vimalen’ ânubuddho ii.203; iv.188; AN.ii.1; AN.iii.14;…

anubyañjana FIXME double →

pts

…(i.e. secondary attribute, minor or inferior characteristic, supplementary or additional sign or mark (cf. mahāpurisa-lakkhaṇa) Vin.i.65 (abl….

anucchiṭṭha →

pts

adjective (food) that is not thrown away or left over; untouched, clean (food) Ja.iii.257; Dhp-a.ii.3 (vv.ll. anucciṭṭha).

see…

anuddharin →

pts

adjective not proud Snp.952 (= anussukin Snp-a.569) see niṭṭhurin.

an + uddharin

anuddhata →

pts

adjective not puffed up, not proud, unconceited calm, subdued Snp.850 (= uddhacca-virahita Snp-a.549, cp. anuṇṇata); Iti.30; Dhp.363 (=…

anudhāvin →

pts

adjective noun one who runs after SN.i.9, SN.i.117.

fr. anudhāvati

anudūta →

pts

person sent with another, a travelling companion Vin.ii.19, Vin.ii.295; Dhp-a.ii.76, Dhp-a.ii.78.

anu + dūta

anuggaha →

pts

…Pv-a.145; Thag-a.104.

anu + grah

Anuggaha2

adjective not taking up Snp.912 (= na gaṇhāti Mnd.330).

an + uggaha

anugghāta →

pts

not shaking, a steady walk Ja.vi.253.

an + ugghāta

anugghātin →

pts

adjective not shaking, not jerking, Ja.vi.252; Vv.5#3 (read ˚ī for i); Vv-a.36.

fr. last

anugghāṭeti →

pts

not to unfasten or open (a door) Mil.371 (kavāṭaṃ).

an + ugghāṭeti

anuhīrati →

pts

…reading anubhiram˚ glosses B. K. anudhāriyam˚, cp. Trenckner, Notes 79).

for ˚hariyati, anu + hṛ.

anujju →

pts

adjective not straight, crooked, bent, in compounds -aṅgin (anujjangin) with (evenly) bent limbs, i.e. with perfect limbs, graceful f. ….

anujīvin →

pts

adjective noun living upon, another, dependent; a follower, a dependant AN.i.152; AN.iii.44; Ja.iii.485; Dāvs v.43.

fr. anujīvati

anukhuddaka →

pts

adjective in cpd. khudda˚; whatever there is of minor things, all less important items Vin.ii.287 = DN.ii.154 = Mil.142; Mil.144.

anu + khuddaka

anukkamati →

pts

  1. to follow, go along (a path = acc.) AN.v.195; Iti.80 (maggaṃ).
  2. to advance (not with Morris J.P.T.S. 1886, 111 as “abandon”) SN.i.24 Thag.194.

anu + kram

anukkaṇṭhana →

pts

having no lack anything, being contented or happy Ja.vi.4.

an + ukkaṇṭhana

anukkaṇṭhati →

pts

not to be sorry or not to lack anything, in ppr. -anto Ja.v.10; and pp. -ita without regret or in plenty Pv-a.13.

an + ukkaṇṭhati

anulepa →

pts

anointing Mil.152.

fr. anu + lip

anulimpana →

pts

anointing Mil.353, Mil.394.

fr. anulimpati

anulimpati →

pts

to anoint, besmear, Mil.394 (˚limpitabba). Caus. -limpeti in same meaning Mil.169 and -lepeti Mil.169 (grd. -lepanīya to be treated with…

anulitta →

pts

adjective anointed, besmeared Ja.i.266; Pv-a.211.

cp. Sk. anulipta, pp. of anulimpati

anulometi →

pts

to conform to, to be in accordance with Mil.372.

v. denom. fr. anuloma

anuma →

pts

(-dassika) see *anoma*˚.

anumināti →

pts

…anumīyati.

cf. Sk. anumāti, anu + mināti from mi, Sk. minoti, with confusion of roots mā & mi;

anummatta →

pts

adjective not out of mind, sane, of sound mind Mil.122; Sdhp.205.

an + ummatta

anupabandhanatā →

pts

(anuppa˚) feminine nonstopping, not ceasing Mil.132.

abstr. to prec.

anupabbajjā →

pts

giving up worldly life in imitation of another SN.v.67 = Iti.107

anu + pabbajjā, cp. BSk. anupravrajati Divy.61

anupacināti →

pts

not to observe or notice Ja.v.339 (= anoloketi C.; variant reading anapaviṇāti).

an + upacināti

anupadhāreti →

pts

to disregard, to heed not, to neglect Dhp-a.iv.197; Vv-a.260.

an + upadhār˚

anupaghāta →

pts

not hurting Dhp.185 (anūpa˚; metri causa; expld. by anupahananañ c’eva anupaghātanañ ca Dhp-a.iii.238).

an + upaghāta

anupahata →

pts

…pp. of anu + pa + han

Anupahata2

adjective not destroyed, not spoilt Dhp-a.ii.33 (˚jivhapasāda).

an +…

anupakkama →

pts

not attacking, instr. -ena not by attack (from external enemies) Vin.ii.195.

an + upakkama

anupasaṅkamati →

pts

…up to (c. acc.) Pv-a.179.

anu + pa + saṃkamati

Anupasaṅkamati2

not to go to. not to approach Dhp-a.ii.30 (+…

anupasaṇṭhapanā →

pts

not stopping, incessance, continuance Pp.18 (but id. p. at Vb.357 has anusansandanā instead); cp. anupabandhanā.

an +…

anupavattaka →

pts

…one who succeeds (another) King or Ruler in the ruling of an empire (cakkaṃ) Mil.342, Mil.362; Snp-a.454. See also…

anupavāda →

pts

…anupavādāpanañ ca “not scolding as well as not inciting others to grumbling”); adj. -vādaka Pp.60, & -vādin MN.i.360.

an +…

anuposiya →

pts

adjective to be nourished or fostered Sdhp.318.

grd. of anu + puṣ

anuppīḷa →

pts

adjective not molested, not oppressed (by robbers etc.) not ruined, free from harm Ja.iii.443 Ja.v.378; Vv-a.351; Pv-a.161.

an + uppīḷa

anupubba →

pts

…(mahāsamuddo a˚-ninno etc.); DN.i.184; Snp.511; Ja.v.155 (regularly formed, of ūrū). Cases adverbially:…

anupubbi-kathā →

pts

ānupubbikathā (as to lengthening of anu see anu Note
a), e.g. at DN.i.110; DN.ii.41;…

anusaya →

pts

…these lists govern the connotation of the word; but it would be wrong to put that connotation back into the earlier passages. Later references…

anussāvaka →

pts

one who proclaims or announces, a speaker (of a kammavācā) Vin.i.74.

fr. anussāveti

anussāvita →

pts

proclaimed, announced Vin.i.103.

pp. of anussāveti

anusuyyaka →

pts

adjective not envious, not jealous Snp.325 (= usuyyāvigamena a. Snp-a.332); Ja.ii.192 (variant reading anussuyyaka); Ja.v.112.

an + usuyyaka

anusārin →

pts

…in conformity with the Norm & the Faith DN.iii.254; MN.i.142, MN.i.479; SN.iii.225; SN.v.200 sq.; AN.i.74; AN.iv.10; Pp.15
■ Cp. also…

anutrāsin →

pts

adjective not terrified, at ease Thag.864.

an + utrāsin

anuttara →

pts

adjective “nothing higher”, without a superior, incomparable, second to none, unsurpassed, excellent, preeminent Snp.234 (= adhikassa kassaci…

anuttāna →

pts

adjective not (lying) open, not exposed; fig. unexplained, unclear Ja.vi.247.

an + uttāna

anuvicca →

pts

having known or found out, knowing well or thoroughly, testing, finding out MN.i.301, MN.i.361 (variant reading -vijja); AN.ii.3, AN.ii.84;…

anuvidita →

pts

…in B.Sk., e.g. Mvu.iii.398.

pp. of…

anuvijjati →

pts

…anuvicca); grd. ananuvejja not to be known, unfathomable, unknowable MN.i.140 (Tathāgato ananuvejjo)
caus anuvijjāpeti to make some one find…

anuvyañjana →

pts

…(i.e. secondary attribute, minor or inferior characteristic, supplementary or additional sign or mark (cf. mahāpurisa-lakkhaṇa) Vin.i.65 (abl….

anuyanta →

pts

…passages with anuyanta are not found (see anuyutta 2).

anu + , cp. anuyāyin or Sk. yantṛ ruler […

anuyāgin →

pts

adjective offering after the example of another DN.i.142.

fr. anu + yaj

anuṇṇata →

pts

adjective not raised, not elated, not haughty, humble Snp.702 (care = uddhaccaṃ nâpajjeyya Snp-a.492).

uṇṇata

anuṭṭhahāna →

pts

adjective one who does not rouse himself, not getting up, inactive Dhp.280 (anuṭṭhahanto avāyāmanto Dhp-a.iii.409).

ppr. of an +…

anuṭṭhaka →

pts

adjective not rising, not rousing oneself, inactive, lazy Thag.1033.

fr. an + uṭṭhahati

anuṭṭhāna →

pts

“the not getting up”, inactivity, want of energy Dhp.241 (sarīra-paṭijagganaṃ akaronto Dhp-a.iii.347).

an + uṭṭhāna

anvaya →

pts

noun adjective

  1. (n.) conformity, accordance DN.ii.83 = DN.iii.100; MN.i.69 (dhamm˚ logical conclusion of) SN.ii.58; DN.iii.226 (anvaye…

anvesa →

pts

seeking, searching, investigation, MN.i.140 (˚ṃ n’ âdhigacchanti do not find).

from next

anvādhika →

pts

…by ʻhalf and half’; that is a patchwork, half of new material half of old. Bdhgh’s note (see the text, p. 392) adds that the new material…

anvāvassa →

pts

at Ja.v.317 should be read with variant reading BB as anovassa absence of rain.

anvāyika →

pts

adjective noun following; one who follows, a companion DN.iii.169; Cnd.59; Ja.iii.348.

fr. anvāya

anāditvā →

pts

not taking up, not heeding Ja.iv.352 (variant reading for T. anādiyitvā).

ger. of an + ādiyati

anādiyitvā →

pts

without assuming or taking up, not heeding Vin.iv.120; Ja.iv.352; Dhp-a.i.41. See also ādiyati. Ananu-

ger. of an + ādiyati, Sk. anādāya

anāgamana →

pts

not coming, not returning Ja.i.203, Ja.i.264.

an + āgamana

anāgata →

pts

adjective not come yet, i.e. future. On usual combn. with atīta: see this. DN.iii.100 sq., DN.iii.134 sq. DN.iii.220,…

anāgāmin →

pts

…commentaries, so far as we know them, ignore any other. See Pts.ii.194; Kv. Tr. 74; Dhs. Tr. 302 n; Cp. 69.

anājāniya →

pts

adjective of inferior race, not of good blood MN.i.367.

an + ājāniya

anālamba →

pts

…(from above), unsuspended, not held Snp.173 (+ appatiṭṭha expld. at Snp-a.214 by heṭṭhā patiṭṭhâbhāvena upari…

anāmasita →

pts

adjective not touched, virgin- Vv-a.113 (˚khetta).

an + āmasita, pp. of āmassati

anāmassa →

pts

adjective not to be touched Ja.ii.360 (C. anāmāsitabba).

grd. of an + āmassati, Sk. āmaśya

anāmata →

pts

adjective not affected by death, immortal Ja.ii.56 (asusāna-ṭṭhāna C.); Dhp-a.ii.99.

an + amata the ā being due to metrical lengthening

anāmaya →

pts

adjective free from illness, not decaying, healthy Vv.15#10 (= aroga Vv-a.74), Vv.17#7.

an + āmaya

anānu →

pts

…Snp-a.521); -yāyin not following or not defiled by evil Snp.1071 (expld. at Cnd.42 by both avedhamāna (?) avigacchamāna & by…

anāpāthagata →

pts

adjective not fallen into the way of (the hunter), escaped him MN.i.174.

an + āpātha + gata

anāriya →

pts

adjective not Aryan, ignoble, Snp.815 (variant reading SS. anariya).

doublet of anariya

anāsaka →

pts

adjective fasting, not taking food SN.iv.118. f. [cp. Sk. anāśaka nt.] fasting, abstaining from food Dhp.141 (= bhatta-paṭikkhepa…

anāsasāna →

pts

adjective not longing after anything Snp.369 (Snp-a.365 however reads anāsayāna & has anāsasāna as variant reading Cp. also vv.ll. to āsasāna….

anāvasūraṃ →

pts

…as long as the sun does not set, before sun-down Ja.v.56 (= anatthangata-suriyaṃ C. cp. Sk. utsūra.

an + ava + sūra = suriya, with ava…

anāvattin →

pts

…one who is not destined to shift or return from one birth to another, DN.i.156 (cp. DN-a.i.313); DN-a.iii.132; Pp.16 sq.,…

anāvaṭa →

pts

˚- not shut; in -dvāratā (f.) not closing the door againṡt another, accessibility, openhand edness DN.iii.191.

an + āvaṭa

anāvuttha →

pts

adjective not dwelt in DN.ii.50.

an + āvuttha, pp. of āvasati

anāvāsa →

pts

adjective noun uninhabited, an uninhabited place Vin.ii.22, Vin.ii.33; Ja.ii.77.

an + āvāsa

anāyatana →

pts

nonexertion, not exerting oneself, sluggishness, indolence Ja.v.121 (˚sīla = dussīla C.).

an + āyatana

anāḷhika →

pts

…& Anāḷhika

adjective not rich, poor, miserable, destitute, usually combd. with daḷidda MN.i.450; MN.ii.178 (variant reading BB….

anāḷhiya →

pts

…& Anāḷhika

adjective not rich, poor, miserable, destitute, usually combd. with daḷidda MN.i.450; MN.ii.178 (variant reading BB….

anītiha →

pts

adjective not such and such, not based on hearsay (itiha), not guesswork or (mere) talk AN.ii.26; Thag.331 (cp. MN.i.520); Snp.1053 (= Cnd.49,…

anūhata →

pts

adjective not rooted out, not removed or destroyed Thag.223 = Cnd.97#4; Dhp.338 (= asamucchinna Dhp-a.iv.48).

pp. of an + ūhaññati, ud +…

anūna →

pts

adjective not lacking, entire, complete, without deficiency Ja.vi.273; Dpvs.v.52; Mil.226; DN-a.i.248 (+ paripūra, explained by anavaya). Anunaka…

anūpa →

pts

…land, lowland Ja.iv.358 (anopa T; anupa C. p. 359), 381 (˚khetta); Mil.129 (˚khetta).

Vedic anūpa, anu + ap: see āpa,…

anūpaghāta →

pts

not killing, not murdering. Dhp.185 (= anupahananañ c’eva anupaghātanañ ca Dhp-a.iii.238).

metrically for anupa˚

anūpanāhin →

pts

adjective not bearing ill-will, not angry with Ja.iv.463.

an + upanāhin, with ū metri causa

anūpavāda →

pts

not grumbling, not finding fault Dhp.185 (= anupavādanañ c’ eva anupavadāpanañ ca Dhp-a.iii.238).

an + upavāda, with metrically lengthened u

apaccakkha →

pts

adjective unseen; in instr. f. apaccakkhāya as adv. without being seen, not by direct evidence Mil.46 sq.

a + paṭi + akkha

apacchapurima →

pts

adjective “neither after nor before”, i.e. at the same time, simultaneous Ja.iii.295.

a + paccha + purima

apacināti →

pts

…[= apacayati] to honour, esteem; observe, guard Vin.i.264 (apacinayamāna cīvaraṃ (?) variant reading apacitiyamāna; trsl. guarding…

apacita →

pts

honoured, worshipped, esteemed Thag.186; Ja.ii.169; Ja.iv.75; Vv.5#10 (= pūjita Vv-a.39); Vv.35#11 (cp. Vv-a.164); Mil.21.

pp. of apacayati or…

apaciti →

pts

honour, respect, esteem, reverence Thag.589; Ja.i.220 Ja.ii.435; Ja.iii.82; Ja.iv.308; Ja.vi.88; Mil.180, Mil.234 (˚ṃ karoti), Mil.377 (pūjana…

apacāyana →

pts

honouring, honour, worship, reverence Ja.i.220; Ja.v.326; DN-a.i.256 (˚kamma); Vv-a.24 (˚ṃ karoti = añjalikaṃ karoti); Pv-a.104 (˚kara,…

apacāyati →

pts

to honour respect, pay reverence DN.i.91 (pūjeti +); Ja.iii.82. Pot. apace (for apaceyya, may be taken to apacināti 2; AN.iv.245; Thag-a.72…

apacāyika →

pts

adjective honouring, respecting Ja.iv.94 (vaddha˚ cp. vaddhâpacāyin); Pv.ii.7 8 (jeṭṭha˚); Pv.iv.3#24 (id.). In B.Sk. the corresp….

apacāyin →

pts

adjective honouring, paying homage, revering Snp.325 (vaddha˚ = vaddhānaṃ apaciti karaṇena Snp-a.332) = Dhp.109; Ja.i.47, Ja.i.132, Ja.i.201…

apadāna →

pts

…morals Vin.ii.4 (an˚ not taking advice), Vin.ii.7 (id.) MN.i.96; AN.v.337 sq. (saddhā˚) Thag.47. 3. legend, life history. In the title…

apagabbha →

pts

adjective not entering another womb, i.e. not destined to another rebirth Vin.iii.3.

a + pa + gabbha

apagata →

pts

…Ja.i.61 (˚vattha without clothes); Pv-a.38 (˚soka free from grief), Pv-a.47 (˚lajja not shy), Pv-a.219 (˚viññāṇa without…

apajaha →

pts

adjective not giving up, greedy, miserly AN.iii.76 (variant reading apānuta; Commentary explains (a)vaḍḍhinissita mānatthaddha)

a + pajaha

apalibodha →

pts

Apalibuddha & Apalibodha

unobstructed, unhindered, free Ja.iii.381 (˚bodha); Mil.388; Dhp-a.iii.198.

a + palibuddha, pp. of pari + bṛh, see…

apalibuddha →

pts

Apalibuddha & Apalibodha

unobstructed, unhindered, free Ja.iii.381 (˚bodha); Mil.388; Dhp-a.iii.198.

a + palibuddha, pp. of pari + bṛh, see…

apaloketi →

pts

…to get leave, to give notice of Vin.iii.10, Vin.iii.11; Vin.iv.226 (anapaloketvā = anāpucchā), Vin.iv.267 (+ āpucchitvā); MN.i.337;…

apalāsin →

pts

…apalāyin at Ja.v.4), or “not selfish, not hard, generous (as inferred from combn. with amakkhin & amaccharin) or “brave, fearless,…

apalāyin →

pts

adjective not running away, steadfast, brave, fearless Cnd.13 (abhīru anutrāsin apalāyin as expln. of acchambhin and vīra); Ja.iv.296;…

apanudana →

pts

…(dukkha˚); Snp.252 (id.); Pv-a.114 (id.).

Sk. apanodana, fr. apanudati

apanudati →

pts

…+ nud, cp. Vedic apanudati & Caus. Sk. apanodayati

apanudeti →

pts

…+ nud, cp. Vedic apanudati & Caus. Sk. apanodayati

apanuditar →

pts

remover, dispeller DN.iii.148.

n. ag. fr. apanudati, Sk. apanoditṛ

apanūdana →

pts

…(dukkha˚); Snp.252 (id.); Pv-a.114 (id.).

Sk. apanodana, fr. apanudati

apara →

pts

…(with pron. inflexion, i.e. nom. pl apare) DN.iii.190 (˚pajā another, i.e. future generation) Snp.791, Snp.1089 (n’); Ja.i.59 (aparaṃ…

aparapaccaya →

pts

adjective not dependent or relying on others Vin.i.12 (vesārajja-ppatta +); DN.i.110 (id.); MN.ii.41; MN.i.491; SN.iii.83; DN-a.i.278 (nâssa…

aparāyin →

pts

adjective having no support Ja.iii.386 (f. ; C. appatiṭṭhā appaṭisaraṇā).

a + parāyin, cp. parāyana

apasavya →

pts

adjective right (i.e. not left), contrary Ud.50 (T. has niṭṭhubhitvā abyāmato karitvā; vv ll. are apabhyāmāto, abhyāmato & C….

apassena →

pts

…adhivāseti, parivajjeti, vinodeti AN.v.30.

  • -phalaka (cp. Morris J.P.T.S. 1884, 71) a bolsterslab head-rest Vin.i.48;…

apaviṇāti →

pts

…& apavī˚ meaning “not paying attention”. The positive form we find as apavīṇati “to take care of, to pay…

apaññaka →

pts

adjective = apañña, ignorant Dpvs.vi.29.

apaṅga →

pts

…expln is not quite correct, since avanga stands here in the meaning of “a coloured mark upon the body (cp. PW. apānga).

Sk….

apekkhati →

pts

…anapekkhamāna paying no attention to (acc.) Snp.59; Ja.v.359. 2. [Sk. avīkṣate, ava + īkṣ; see avekkḥati] to consider refer to,…

apesiyamāna →

pts

adjective not being in service Vin.ii.177.

ppr. fr. a + peseti (q.v.)

apeyya →

pts

adjective not to be drunk, not drinkable Ja.vi.205 (sāgara).

a + peyya, grd. of

aphegguka →

pts

adjective not weak, i.e. strong Ja.iii.318.

a + pheggu + ka

aphusa →

pts

not to be touched Mil.157 (trsl. unchangeable by other circumstances; Tr. on p. 425 remarks “aphusāni kiriyāni seems wrong, at any rate it is…

api →

pts

…an affirmative answer (“not, not then”): api Yasaṃ kulaputtaṃ passeyya do you not see… Vin.i.16; api samaṇa balivadde addasā have…

apihālu →

pts

adjective not hankering, free from craving, not greedy SN.i.187 = Thag.1218 (akuhako nipako apihālu); Snp.852 (+ amaccharin, expld. at…

apilāpanatā →

pts

…Mrs. Rh. D. translates (p. 16 “opposite of superficiality” (lit “not floating”); see her detailed note Dhs trsl. 16.

apiḷahati →

pts

…= piḷandhitvā C.)-Cp. apiḷandhana & pp apiladdha.

Sk. apinahyati, on n: ḷ see note on gala, & cp. guṇa: guḷa, veṇu: veḷu etc. On…

apiḷandhati →

pts

…= piḷandhitvā C.)-Cp. apiḷandhana & pp apiladdha.

Sk. apinahyati, on n: ḷ see note on gala, & cp. guṇa: guḷa, veṇu: veḷu etc. On…

appa →

pts

-ssuta possessing small knowledge, ignorant, uneducated DN.i.93 (opp. bahussuta); DN.iii.252, DN.iii.282; SN.iv.242; Iti.59; Dhp.152; Pp.20,…

appadhaṃsa →

pts

adjective not to be destroyed Ja.iv.344 (variant reading duppadhaṃsa).

= appadhaṃsiya, Sk. apradhvaṃsya

appadhaṃsika →

pts

…& ˚iya

(adj.) not to be violated or destroyed, inconquerable, indestructible DN.iii.175 (˚ika, variant reading ˚iya); Ja.iii.159…

appadhaṃsita →

pts

adjective not violated, unhurt, not offended Vin.iv.229.

pp. of a + padhaṃseti

appadhaṃsiya →

pts

…& ˚iya

(adj.) not to be violated or destroyed, inconquerable, indestructible DN.iii.175 (˚ika, variant reading ˚iya); Ja.iii.159…

appaduṭṭha →

pts

adjective not corrupt, faultless, of good behaviour Snp.662 (= padosâbhāvena a. Snp-a.478) Dhp.137 (= niraparādha Dhp-a.iii.70).

a +…

appagabbha →

pts

adjective unobtrusive, free from boldness, modest SN.ii.198 = Mil.389, Snp.144, Snp.852 (cp Mnd.228 & Kp-a.232); Dhp.245.

a + pagabbha

appahīna →

pts

adjective not given up, not renounced MN.i.386; Iti.56, Iti.57; Cnd.701 Pp.12, Pp.18.

a + pahīna, pp. of pahāyati

appaka →

pts

…not little, i.e. much, considerable, great; pl. many SN.iv.46; Dhp.144; Pv.i.11#7 (= bahū Pv-a.58); Pv-a.24,…

appakiṇṇa →

pts

little or not crowded, not overheaped AN.v.15 (C. anākiṇṇa).

appa + kiṇṇa, although in formation also = a + pakiṇṇa

appakāra →

pts

adjective not of natural form, of bad appearance, ugly, deformed Ja.v.69 (= sarīrappakāra-rahita dussaṇṭhāna C.). Cp. apākatika.

a +…

appamatta →

pts

…not negligent, i.e. diligent, careful, heedful, vigilant, alert zealous MN.i.391–MN.i.92; SN.i.4; Snp.223 (cp….

appatissa →

pts

(& appaṭissa) adjective not docile, rebellious, always in combn. with agārava AN.ii.20; AN.iii.7 sq., AN.iii.14 sq., AN.iii.247,…

appatiṭṭha →

pts

adjective

  1. not standing still SN.i.1.
  2. without a footing or ground to stand on, bottomless Snp.173.

a + patiṭṭha

appavattā →

pts

the state of not going on, the stop (to all that), the non-continuance (of all that Thag.767; Mil.326.

a + pavattā

appaṇihita →

pts

adjective aimless, not bent on anything, free from desire, usually as nt. aimlessness combd. w. animittaṃ Vin.iii.92, Vin.iii.93 =…

appaṭibhāga →

pts

adjective not having a counterpart, unequalled, incomparable Dhp-a.i.423 (= anuttara).

a + paṭibhāga

appaṭibhāṇa →

pts

adjective not answering back, bewildered, cowed down Vin.iii.162; AN.iii.57; -ṃ karoti to intimidate, bewilder Ja.v.238, Ja.v.369.

a +…

appaṭigandhika →

pts

…& ˚iya

adjective not smelling disagreeable, i.e. with beautiful smell, scented odorous Ja.v.405 (˚ika, but C. ˚iya; expld.

appaṭigandhiya →

pts

…& ˚iya

adjective not smelling disagreeable, i.e. with beautiful smell, scented odorous Ja.v.405 (˚ika, but C. ˚iya; expld.

appaṭigha →

pts

…not forming an obstacle, not injuring, unobstructive Snp.42 (see expld. at Cnd.239; Snp-a.88 explains “katthaci satte vā…

appaṭikkhippa →

pts

adjective not to be refused Ja.ii.370. Appatigandhika & iya;

a + paṭikkhippa, grd. of paṭikkhipati

appaṭikopeti →

pts

not to disturb, shake or break (fig.) Ja.v.173 (uposathaṃ).

a + paṭikopeti

appaṭikārika →

pts

…(spelling here & in C. appati˚).

a +…

appaṭisama →

pts

adjective not having it’s equal, incomparable Ja.i.94 (Baddha-sirī).

a + paṭi = sama; cp. BSk. apratisama Mvu.i.104

appaṭisandhika →

pts

…adjective

  1. what cannot be put together again, unmendable irreparable (˚iya) Pv.i.12#9 (= puna pākatiko na hoti Pv-a.66) = Ja.iii.167 (=…

appaṭivattiya →

pts

adjective

  1. not to be rolled back Snp.554 (of dhammacakka may however be taken in meaning of b.)
  2. irresistable Ja.ii.245 (sīhanada). Note. The…

appaṭivekkhiya →

pts

not observing or noticing Ja.iv.4 (= apaccavekkhitvā anavekkhitvā C.).

ger. of a + paṭi + avekkhati

appaṭivibhatta →

pts

(˚bhogin) adjective (not eating) without sharing with others (with omission of another negative: see Trenckner, Mil p.429, where also Bdhgh’s…

appaṭividdha →

pts

adjective “not shot through” i.e. unhurt Ja.vi.446.

a + paṭi + viddha

appaṭivāṇa →

pts

non-obstruction, not hindering not opposing or contradicting AN.i.50; AN.iii.41; AN.v.93 sq. adj. Ja.i.326.

a + paṭivāṇa, for ˚vrāṇa, the…

appaṭivāṇitā →

pts

not being hindered, non-obstruction, free effort; only in phrase “asantuṭṭhitā ca kusalesu dhammesu appaṭivāṇitā ca padhānasmiṃ”

appaṭivāṇī →

pts

non-hindrance, non-restriction, free action impulsive effort; only in stock phrase chando vāyāmo ussāho ussoḷhī appaṭivāṇī

appaṭivāṇīya →

pts

adjective not to be obstructed irresistible SN.i.212 (appld. to Nibbāna; Mrs. Rh. D Kindred S. p. 274 trsls. “that source from whence…

appeti →

pts

…Cp. Trenckner, Notes 64 n. 19, who defends reading abbeti at T. passages.

Vedic arpayati, Caus. of ; ṛṇoti & ṛcchati (cp….

apphuta →

pts

…unpervaded not penetrated. DN.i.74 = MN.i.276 (pītisukhena).

Sk. *ā-sphṛta for a-sphārita pp. of sphar, cp. phurati;…

apphuṭa →

pts

…unpervaded not penetrated. DN.i.74 = MN.i.276 (pītisukhena).

Sk. *ā-sphṛta for a-sphārita pp. of sphar, cp. phurati;…

appiccha →

pts

adjective desiring little or nothing, easily satisfied, unassuming, contented unpretentious SN.i.63, SN.i.65; AN.iii.432; AN.iv.2, AN.iv.218 sq.,…

appicchatā →

pts

…satisfied with little, unostentatiousness Vin.iii.21; DN.iii.115; MN.i.13; SN.ii.202, SN.ii.208 sq.; AN.i.12, AN.i.16 sq.; AN.iii.219 sq.,…

appossukka →

pts

…living at ease, careless, “not bothering”, keeping still, inactive Vin.ii.188; MN.iii.175, MN.iii.176; SN.i.202 (in stock phrase *appossukka…

appoti →

pts

to attain, reach, get Vism.350 (in etym. of āpo).

the contracted form of āpnoti, usually pāpuṇāti, fr. āp

appāṇaka →

pts

…āsphānaka Lal.314, Lal.324; Mvu.ii.124; should the Pāli form be taken as *a + prāṇaka?] 2. not holding anything breathing, i.e….

apuccaṇḍatā →

pts

“not being a rotten egg,” i.e. normal state, healthy birth, soundness MN.i.357.

a + pūti + aṇḍa + tā

apuccha →

pts

adjective “not a question”, i.e. not to be asked Mil.316.

a + pucchā

apādaka →

pts

adjective not having feet, footless, creeping, epithet of snakes & fishes Vin.ii.110 = Ja.ii.146 (where see expln.). Spelt apada(ka) at…

apākatika →

pts

adjective not in proper or natural shape, out of order, disturbed Dhp-a.ii.7. Cp. appakāra.

a + pākata + ika

apāna →

pts

…out, respiration (so Ch.; no ref. in P. Cauon?) On Prāṇa & Apāna see G. W. Brown in J. Am. Or. Soc. 39, 1919 pp. 104–⁠112. See ānāpāna.

apāpaka →

pts

adjective guiltless, innocent f. -ikā Vv.31#4; Vv.32#6.

a + pāpaka

apāpurati →

pts

…aperio *apa-ṷerio. On form see Trenckner, Notes 63

apāpuṇati →

pts

…aperio *apa-ṷerio. On form see Trenckner, Notes 63

apāra →

pts

…atiṇṇaṃ). 2. (fig.) not the further shore (of life), the world here, i.e. (opp. pāraṃ Nibbāna) Snp.1129, Snp.1130; Cnd.62; Dhp.385…

apāraṇeyya →

pts

adjective that which cannot be achieved, unattainable Ja.vi.36 (= apāpetabba).

grd. of paraneti + a˚

apāyin →

pts

adjective going away Ja.i.163 (aḍḍharattāv’apāyin = aḍḍharatte apāyin C.). -an˚; not going away, i.e. constantly following (chāyā anapāyinī, the shadow) Dhp.2; Thag.1041; Mil.72.

fr. apāya

apāṭubha →

pts

…which latter virahita does not fit in; the pass. seems corrupt).

a + pātu + bha (?), at the only passage changed by Morris J.P.T.S. 1893, 7 to…

apāṭuka →

pts

adjective not open, sly, insidious Thag.940 (as variant reading for T. avāṭuka, trsl. by Mrs. Rh. D. as “unscrupulous”, by Neumann as “ohne…

ara →

pts

the spoke of a wheel DN.ii.17 (sahass’ âra adj with thousand spokes), cp. Mil.285; Ja.iv.209; Ja.vi.261; Mil.238; Dhp-a.ii.142; Vv-a.106 (in allegorical etym of arahant = saṃsāra-cakkassa arānaṃ ha …

arahant →

pts

…is my last birth, there is now no rebirth for me: SN.ii.171; SN.iii.28; SN.iv.8; SN.v.204; AN.i.259 AN.iv.56, AN.iv.305, AN.iv.448.

  1. *Other…

arahatta →

pts

…is one instance in the Canon of a child having attained Arahantship at the age of 7. One or two others occur in the Comy Thag-a.64 (Selā)…

arakkheyya →

pts

…in nt. “that which does not need to be guarded against”, what one does not need to heed, superfluous to beware of AN.iv.82 (cattāri…

arakkhiya →

pts

adjective not to be guarded, viz.

  1. impossible to watch (said of women folk) Ja.ii.326 (a. nāma itthiyo); Ja.iii.90 (mātugāmo nāma a.) 2….

araṇa →

pts

…noun (adj.) living in solitude, far from the madding crowd MN.iii.237 (˚vibhanga-sutta); SN.i.44, SN.i.45; Ja.i.340…

araṇi →

pts

…of firewood Ja.vi.209
Note. The reading at Pv-a.211 araṇiyehi devehi sadisa-vaṇṇa is surely a misreading (variant reading BB…

araṇī →

pts

…of firewood Ja.vi.209
Note. The reading at Pv-a.211 araṇiyehi devehi sadisa-vaṇṇa is surely a misreading (variant reading BB…

are →

pts

…(“how in the world”).

onomat. Cp. Sk. lalallā, Gr. λαλέω, Lat. lallo = E. lull, Ger. lallen & without redupl. Ags. holā Ger. halloh, E….

aribhāseti →

pts

to denounce, lit. to call an enemy Ja.iv.285. Correct to Pari˚ according to Fausböll (J v. corr.)

= ariṃ bhāseti

ariya →

pts

…noble or honorable practice. There are four, abstinence from lying, from slander, from harsh language, from frivolous…

ariñcamāna →

pts

not leaving behind, not giving up, i.e. pursuing earnestly. Snp.69 (jhānaṁ = ajahamana Snp-a.123 cp. Cnd.94)

ppr. med. of P. riñcati for ricyati

aru →

pts

…Vv-a.77; Dhp-a.iii.109.

Vedic aruḥ, unknown etym.

arūpa →

pts

…the world of the Formless Sdhp.494.

  • -saññin not having the idea of form DN.ii.110; DN.iii.260; Exp.

arūpin →

pts

…DN-a.i.119), DN.i.195; DN.iii.111, DN.iii.139; Iti.87 (rūpino va arūpino va sattā).

a + rūpin

asabbha →

pts

…to the assembly-room, not consistent with good manners; impolite, vile, low, of base character Ja.iii.527 (mātugāma); Dhp.77 = Ja.iii.367 =…

asacca →

pts

adjective not true, false Ja.v.399.

a + sacca

asaddha →

pts

adjective not believing, without faith DN.iii.252, DN.iii.282.

a + saddha

asadisa →

pts

adjective incomparable, not having its like Dhp-a.ii.89; Dhp-a.iii.120 (˚dāna).

a + sadisa

asahana →

pts

adjective not enduring, non-endurance, inability Ja.iii.20; Pv-a.17.

a + sahana

asajjamāna →

pts

adjective not clinging, not stuck, unattached Snp.38, Snp.71 (cp. Cnd.107) Dhp.221 (nāmarūpasmiṃ a. = alaggamana Dhp-a.iii.298).

ppr. med. of a…

asajjhaya →

pts

non-repetition Dhp.241 (cp. Dhp-a.iii.347).

a + sajjhāya

asakkhara →

pts

adjective not stony, free from gravel or stones, smooth Ja.v.168; Dhp-a.iii.401 (opp. sasakkhara).

a + sakkhara

asakyadhītā →

pts

not a true Buddhist nun Vin.iv.214.

a + sakyadhītā

asambādha →

pts

adjective unobstructed Snp.150 (= sambādha-virahita Kp-a.248); Ja.i.80; Thag-a.293.

a + sambādha

asamosaraṇa →

pts

not coming together, not meeting, separation Ja.v.233.

a + samosaraṇa

asampakampiya →

pts

adjective not to be shaken, not to be moved Snp.229 (= kampetuṃ vā cāletuṃ vā asakkuṇeyyo Kp-a.185).

grd. of a + sampakampeti

asamāhita →

pts

adjective not composed, uncontrolled, not firm Iti.113 (opp. susamāhita); Dhp.110, Dhp.111; Pp.35.

a + samāhita

asannata →

pts

adjective not bent or bending Sdhp.417.

a + sannata

asantanto →

pts

Asantasaṃ & ˚anto

adjective fearless, not afraid Snp.71, Snp.74; Ja.iv.101; Ja.vi.306; Cnd.109.

ppr. of a + santasati

asantasaṃ →

pts

Asantasaṃ & ˚anto

adjective fearless, not afraid Snp.71, Snp.74; Ja.iv.101; Ja.vi.306; Cnd.109.

ppr. of a + santasati

asanto →

pts

Asat (Asanto)

not being, not being good, i.e. bad, not genuine (cp. asa); freq., e.g. Snp.94 Snp.131, Snp.881, Snp.950; Dhp.73, Dhp.77, Dhp.367;…

asantuṭṭha →

pts

not contented with, greedy, insatiate, unhappy Snp.108. Cp. next.

pp. of a + santussati

asantāsin →

pts

adjective fearless, not trembling, not afraid Snp.850; Dhp.351; Cnd.109; Dhp-a.iv.70.

a + santāsin, cp. asantāsaṃ

asanāti →

pts

to eat, to consume (food) Ja.i.472; Ja.v.64; Ja.vi.14 (Esb. note: read asnāti; C. paribhuñjati).

see asati

asapatta →

pts

adjective noun (act.) without enmity, friendly (med.) having no enemy or foe, secure peaceful DN.ii.276; Snp.150 (= vigata-paccatthika,…

asat →

pts

Asat (Asanto)

not being, not being good, i.e. bad, not genuine (cp. asa); freq., e.g. Snp.94 Snp.131, Snp.881, Snp.950; Dhp.73, Dhp.77, Dhp.367;…

asatta →

pts

adjective not clinging or attached, free from attachment Snp.1059; Dhp.419; Cnd.107, Cnd.108; Dhp-a.iv.228.

pp. of a + sajjati

asattha →

pts

noun adjective absence of a sword or knife, without a knife, usually combd. with adaṇḍa in var. phrases see under…

asayaṃvasin →

pts

adjective not under one’s own control, i.e. dependent DN.ii.262; Ja.i.337.

a + sayaṃ + vasiṃ

asayha →

pts

…in cpd. -sāhin conquering the unconquerable, doing the impossible, acchieving what has not been achieved before Thag.536; Pv.ii.9#22…

asaṃhāriya →

pts

adjective not to be destroyed or shattered Iti.77; Thag.372; Cnd.110.

grd. of a + saṃharati

asaṃsaṭṭha →

pts

…not mixed or mixing, not associating, not given to society MN.i.ai4; SN.i.63; Snp.628 = Dhp.404 (= dassana-savana-samullāpa…

asaṃvara →

pts

absence of closing or restraint, no control Dhs.1345.

a + saṃvāra

asaṃvindaṃ →

pts

not finding, not knowing Thag.717.

ppr. a + saṃvindati

asaṃvuta →

pts

adjective not restrained Dhs.1345, Dhs.1347.

pp. of a + saṃvuṇāti, cp. saṃvata

asaṃṭhita →

pts

adjective not composed, unsettled, fickle Iti.62, Iti.94.

a + saṇṭhita

asaṅga →

pts

adjective not sticking to anything, free from attachment, unattached Thig.396 (˚mānasa, = anāsattacitta Thag-a.259); Mil.343. Cp. next.

a +…

asaṅgita →

pts

adjective not sticking or stuck, unimpeded, free, quick Ja.v.409.

fr. asanga, a + sangita, or should we read asangika?

asaṅkita →

pts

…Sdhp.435, Sdhp.541.

a + sankita, pp. of…

asaṅkiya →

pts

…Sdhp.435, Sdhp.541.

a + sankita, pp. of…

asaṅkuppa →

pts

adjective not to be shaken; immovable; steady, safe (Ep. of Nibbāna) Snp.1149 (cp. Cnd.106); Thag.649.

a + sankuppa, grd. of kup

asaṅkusaka →

pts

…is distorted from Sk. sankasuka splitting, crumbling, see Kern,

Toevoegselen

p. 18 not contrary Ja.vi.297 (˚vattin, C. appaṭilomavattin,…

asaṭha →

pts

adjective without guile, not fraudulent, honest DN.iii.47, DN.iii.55, DN.iii.237; Dhp-a.i.69.

a + saṭha

asecanaka →

pts

…ojava “that elixir that no infusion needs Mrs Rh. D.) = Thig.55 (expld. as anāsittakaṃ pakatiyā ’va mahārasaṃ at…

asekha →

pts

…& Asekkha

adjective & noun not requiring to be trained, adept, perfect, m. one who is no longer a learner, an expert; very often meaning an…

asekkha →

pts

…& Asekkha

adjective & noun not requiring to be trained, adept, perfect, m. one who is no longer a learner, an expert; very often meaning an…

asesa →

pts

adjective not leaving a remnant, without a remainder, all, entire, complete Snp.2 sq., Snp.351, Snp.355, Snp.500, Snp.1037 (= sabba Cnd.113). As…

asesita →

pts

adjective leaving nothing over, having nothing left, entire, whole all Ja.iii.153.

pp. of a + Caus. of śiṣ, see seseti &…

asevanā →

pts

not practising, abstinence from Snp.259 (= abhajanā apayirupāsanā Kp-a.124).

a + sevanā

asi →

pts

…(ñāṇâsi the sword of knowledge); Pv-a.253 (asinā pahaṭa).

  • -camma sword & shield Vin.ii.192; AN.iii.93; Ja.vi.449 *…

asita →

pts

…not clinging to, unattached, independent, free (from wrong desires DN.ii.261 (˚âtiga); MN.i.386; Thag.38, Thag.1242…

asmiye →

pts

…to be expld. as denom. formn. fr
■ āśa food, = aṃsiyati and with metathesis asmiyati. See also añhati which would…

asotatā →

pts

having no ears, being earless Ja.vi.16.

abstr. a + sota + ta

asoṇḍa →

pts

adjective not being a drunkard, abstaining from drink Ja.v.116
■ f. asoṇḍī AN.iii.38.

a + soṇḍa

assa →

pts

…a noble steed of the horse kind AN.i.289 = AN.iv.397 (in comparison with purisa˚).

Vedic aśva, cp. Av. aspō; Gr. ι…

assaddhiya →

pts

…sq., AN.v.158, AN.v.161; Vb.371; DN-a.i.235 Sdhp.80.

a + saddhiya, in form, but not in meaning a grd. of saddahati, for which usually…

assaka →

pts

…not having one’s own, poor, destitute MN.i.450; MN.ii.68; AN.iii.352; Pts.i.126 (variant reading asaka).

a + saka;…

assama →

pts

…not found anywhere in the Canon in the technical sense of the later Sanskrit law books where “the 4 āśramas” is used as a t. t. for the four…

assamaṇa →

pts

not a true Samaṇa Vin.i.96; Snp.282; Pp.27 (so read for asamaṇa); Pp-a.207
■ f assamaṇī Vin.iv.214.

a + samaṇa

assava →

pts

adjective loyal DN.i.137; Snp.22, Snp.23, Snp.32; Ja.iv.98; Ja.vi.49; Mil.254; an˚; inattentive, not docile Dhp-a.i.7.

ā + sunāti, śru

assavanatā →

pts

not listening to, inattention MN.i.168.

abstr. fr. assavana

assavanīya →

pts

adjective not pleasant to hear Sdhp.82.

a + savanīya

assita →

pts

…Vv.50#16 (sīho va guhaṃ a.); Thag.149 (janaṃ ev’ assito jano); Sdhp.401.

Sk. aśrita, ā + pp. of śri

assu →

pts

…Lith aszarà, with etym. not definitely clear: see Walde, Lat. Wtb. under lacrima a tear Vin.i.87 (assūni pavatteti to shed tears); SN.ii.282…

assutavant →

pts

adjective one who has not heard, ignorant MN.i.1, MN.i.8, MN.i.135; Dhs.1003, Dhs.1217, cp. Dhs trsl.258.

a + sutavant

assādeti →

pts

to taste SN.ii.227 (lābha-sakkārasilokaṃ); Vism.73 (paviveka-sukha-rasaṃ); Dhp-a.i.318.

Denom. fr. assāda

assāsaka →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (cp. assāsa 1) having breath, breathing, in an˚; not able to draw breath Vin.iii.84; Vin.iv.111.
  2. (cp. assāsa2)…

assāsika →

pts

…only in neg. an˚; not able to afford comfort, giving no comfort or security. MN.i.514 MN.iii.30 Ja.ii.298 (= aññaṁ assāsetuṁ…

assāvin →

pts

adjective only in an˚; not enjoying or finding pleasure, not intoxicated Snp.853 (sātiyesu a. sāta-vatthusa kāmaguṇesu…

asu →

pts

pronoun pron. dẹmonstr “that”, that one, usually combd. with yo (yaṃ), e.g. asu yo so puriso MN.i.366; yaṃ aduṃ khettaṃ…

asuci →

pts

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

a + suci

asuka →

pts

pronoun adjective such a one, this or that, a certain Vin.iii.87; Ja.i.148; Pv-a.29, Pv-a.30, Pv-a.35, Pv-a.109, Pv-a.122 (˚ṃ gatiṃ…

asura →

pts

…oldest books of the Pāli Canon and occurs in identical description at the foll. passages under; the title of devāsura-saṅgāma: DN.ii.285;…

asussūsaṃ →

pts

not wishing to hear or listen, disobedient Ja.v.121.

ppr. of a + susūsati, Desid. of śru, cp. Sk. śuśrūṣati

asādhāraṇa →

pts

adjective not general, not shared, uncommon, unique Vin.iii.35 Kp.viii.9; Ja.i.58, Ja.i.78; Mil.285; DN-a.i.71; Sdhp.589, Sdhp.592.

a +…

asāhasa →

pts

…peaceableness DN.iii.147 (asāhase rata fond of peace); acc as adv. asāhasaṃ without violence, not arbitrarily Ja.iii.319 instr….

asāmapāka →

pts

adjective one who does not cook (a meal) for himself (a practice of ascetics) DN-a.i.270.

a + sāma + pāka

asāra →

pts

noun adjective that which is not substance, worthlessness; adj. worthless, vain, idle Snp.937 (= asāra nissāra sārâpagata Mnd.409); Dhp.11,…

asāraddha →

pts

adjective not excited, cool AN.i.148 = Iti.119 (passaddho kāyo a.; variant reading assāraddha).

a + sāraddha

asūra →

pts

adjective

  1. not brave, not valiant, cowardly Snp.439.

  2. uncouth, stupid Ja.vi.292 (cp. Kern

    Toevoegselen

    p. 48).

a + sura1

atakkaka →

pts

adjective not mixed with buttermilk Ja yi.21.

a + takka2

atha →

pts

atha kho (pos. & neg.) now, and then but, rather, moreover Vin.i.1; DN.i.141, DN.i.167, DN.i.174; AN.v.195; Pv-a.79, Pv-a.221, Pv-a.251….

ati →

pts

…see (b)

  1. with nouns & adj.: ˚āsanna too near; ˚uttama the very highest; ˚udaka too much water; ˚khippa too soon; ˚dāna…

aticchati →

pts

…excess“, since iṣ does not convey the notion of movement] Ja.iii.462; Dhp-a.iv.98 (T. aticcha, vv.ll. ˚atha); Vv-a.101; Mil.8
caus…

aticārin →

pts

adjective noun transgressing, sinning, esp. as f. aticārinī an adulteress SN.ii.259; SN.iv.242; DN.iii.190; AN.iii.261; Pv.ii.12#14; Pv-a.151…

atidhonacārin →

pts

…the proper use or normal application of the requisites (expln. at Dhp-a.iii.344, cp dhona) Dhp.240 = Ne.129.

ati +…

atiditthi →

pts

higher doctrine, super knowledge (?) Vin.i.63 = Vin.ii.4 (+ adhisīla; should we read adhi-diṭṭhi?)

ati + diṭṭhi

atidivā →

pts

adverb late in the day, in the afternoon Vin.i.70 (+ atikālena); SN.i.200; AN.iii.117.

ati + divā

atigāḷhita →

pts

…destroyed Ja.v.401 (= atipīḷita C.).

pp. of atigāḷheti, Denom. fr. atigāḷha; cp. Sk. atigāhate to overcome

atikassa →

pts

…Sk….

atimanohara →

pts

adjective very charming Pv-a.46.

ati + manohara

atimanorama →

pts

adjective very charming Ja.i.60.

ati + manorama

atipāteti →

pts

to destroy SN.v.453; Dhp.246 (variant reading for atimāpeti, q.v.). Cp. paripāteti.

Denom. fr. atipāta

atipātin →

pts

adjective noun one who attacks or destroys Snp.248; Ja.vi.449 (in war nāgakkhandh˚ = hatthikkhande khaggena chinditvā C.); Pv-a.27 (pāṇ˚).

atiritta →

pts

…to food, i.e. food which is not the leavings of a meal, fresh food Vin.i.213 sq, Vin.i.238; Vin.ii.301 Vin.iv.82 sq., Vin.iv.85.

pp. of ati +…

atittha →

pts

“that which is not a fording-place”. i.e. not the right way, manner or time; as ˚wrongly in the wrong way Ja.i.343; Ja.iv.379; Ja.vi.241;…

ativissuta →

pts

adjective very famous, renowned Sdhp.473.

ati + vissuta

ato →

pts

adverb hence, now, therefore SN.i.15; MN.i.498; Mil.87; Ja.v.398 (= tato C.).

Sk. ataḥ

atta →

pts

…The Arahant has neither atta nor niratta (Snp.787, Snp.858, Snp.919), neither assumption nor rejection he keeps an open mind on all speculative…

attamana →

pts

…explains, either tuṭṭhamano or sakamano).

atta1 + mano, having an up raised mind. Bdhgh’s expln. is saka-mano…

attan →

pts

…SN.v.154; Snp.501 (= attano guṇe eva attano dīpaṃ katvā Snp-a.416).

  • -paccakkha only in instr. ˚ena by or with…

attaniya →

pts

…anattaniyaṃ whatever has no soul), SN.iii.127; SN.iv.54 = Cnd.680 F; SN.iv.82 = SN.iii.33 = Cnd.680 Q 3; SN.iv.168; SN.v.6; Cnd.680 D. Cp. *Dhs…

attha →

pts

…AN.iv.364

  • -ñu one who knows what is useful or who knows the (plain or correct) meaning of something (+ dhammaññū) DN.iii.252 AN.iii.148…

atthi →

pts

…Ja.i.290 Ja.ii.415; Dhp-a.ii.5; Dhp-a.iv.217 (atthibhāva vā natthibhāva vā whether there is or not).

Sk. asti, 1st sg. asmi;…

atthika →

pts

…who does not care for, or is not satisfied with (c. instr.) Ja.v.460; Pv-a.20; of no good Thag.956 (“of little zeal” Mrs. Rh. D.).

*…

atthitā →

pts

…eva natthitañ ca to be and not to be); SN.iii.135; Ja.v.110 (kassaci atthitaṃ vā natthitaṃ vā jānāhi see if there is anybody or not);…

atīradassin →

pts

adjective noun not seeing the shore Ja.i.46; Ja.vi.440; also as atīradassanī (f.) Ja.v.75 (nāvā). Cp. DN.i.222.

a + tīra + dassin

atīta →

pts

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;…

ava →

pts

…relation of which has not yet been thoroughly investigated. For a comparison of the two the BSk. forms are indispensable, and often afford a…

avabodha →

pts

…understanding, full knowledge Snp-a.509 (sacca˚)
■ Neg. an˚; not awakened to the truth Vv.82#6 (= ananubodha Vv-a.319).

ava +…

avacana →

pts

“non-word”, i.e. the wrong word or expression Ja.i.410.

a + vacana

avacara →

pts

…of sense-desires form and non-form: kāma˚; DN.i.34 (˚deva); Dhs.431 (as adj.); rūpa˚; Pp.37; arūpa˚; Pp.38; Pts.i.83, Pts.i.84,…

avacaraka →

pts

…& ocaraka

adjective noun

  1. only in cpd. kāmâvacarika as adj. to kāmâvacara, belonging to the sphere of sense experiences,…

avacchidda →

pts

…adjective perforated, only in redupl. (intensive) cpd. chiddāvacchidda perforated all over, nothing but holes Ja.iii.491; Dhp-a.i.122….

avacuttha →

pts

second pret. of vac, in prohib form mā evaṃ avacuttha do not speak thus Ja.vi.72; Dhp-a.iv.228.

avadāniya →

pts

…ti pi avadāniyā; maccharino pi vuccanti avadāniyā; buddhānaṃ vacanaṃ n’âdiyantī ti avadāniyā. Snp-a.516 condenses this…

avadāyati →

pts

…on, to feel sorry for Ja.iv.178 (bhūtānaṃ nâvadāyissaṃ, gloss n’ânukampiyaṃ).

denom. fr. avadā in same meaning as anuddā, to…

avagata →

pts

…reading; the meaning is “known, understood” (aññāta Pv.iv.1#11); perhaps we should read āvikata or adhigata (so variant reading BB)….

avajja →

pts

…from vraj, thus meaning “not to be shunned, not forbidden” This interpretn is justified by context of Dhp.318, Dhp.319. The P….

avajjha →

pts

adjective not to be killed or destroyed, inviolable Snp.288; Ja.v.69; Ja.vi.132.

grd of a + vadhati, Sk. vadhya, vadh

avakāsa →

pts

…Snp.1030; anavakāsakārin not giving occasion Mil.383
anavakāsa not having a chance or opportunity (to happen), impossible; always in…

avalepana →

pts

…plastering MN.i.385 (pīta˚); Snp.194 (kāyo taca-maṃs’ âvalepano the body plastered with skin & flesh).

fr. ava + lip

avasaṭa →

pts

…a community & gone over to another sect, a renegade Vin.iv.216, Vin.iv.217 (= titthāyatanaṃ saṃkata).

Sk. apasṛta, cp. also samavasṛta,…

avasesa →

pts

…(˚ato, adv. altogether not leaving anything out); & sāvasesa leaving something over, having something left AN.i.20…

avasin →

pts

adjective noun not having control over oneself, DN.ii.275.

a + vasin fr. vaś

avasitta →

pts

(-˚) besprinkled, anointed, consecrated, only in phrase rājā khattiyo muddhāvasitto of a properly consecrated king (see also…

avasiṭṭha →

pts

(sic & not osiṭṭha) left, remaining, over SN.ii.133; Ja.i.138; Ja.v.339; Vv-a.66 pl. avasiṭṭhā all who are left, the others Pv-a.165…

avassana →

pts

not bleating Ja.iv.251.

a + vassana, Sk. vāsana of vāś to bleat

avassava →

pts

…+ sava, Sk. ˚srava fr. sru to…

avassuta →

pts

…Neg. anavassuta: 1 not leaking, without a leak Ja.iv.20 (nāvā = udaka-pavesan’ âbhāvena a. C.). 2 free from leakage, i.e. from lust…

avañcana →

pts

adjective not (even) tottering, i.e. unfit for any motion (esp. walking), said of crippled feet Ja.i.214 = Cp.iii.9#10.

a + vañcana from vañc

avaññatti →

pts

…as neg. an˚; the fact of not being despised inferior or surpassed, egotism, pride, arrogance Iti.72 Vb.350, Vb.356; -kāma (adj.) wishing not…

avaḍḍhi →

pts

“non-growth”, decay Dhp-a.iii.335; C on AN.iii.76 (cp. apajaha).

a + vaḍḍhi

avaṭṭhita →

pts

an˚; unsettled, unsteady; not lasting, changeable Dhp.38 (˚citta; cp. Dhp-a.i.308 cittaṃ thāvaraṃ natthi); Pv-a.87 (= na sassata not…

avebhaṅgika →

pts

adjective not to be divided or distributed Vin.i.305. Cp. next.

fr. a + vi + bhanga

avebhaṅgiya →

pts

that which is not to be divided, an inalienable possession; 5 such objects enumerated at Vin.ii.171, which are the same as under…

avecca →

pts

…(*itya), cp. adhicca & abhisamecca, but by P. grammarians as a vecca. The form is not sufficiently clear semantically B.Sk. avetya, e.g….

avedha →

pts

adjective not to be hurt or disturbed, inviolable unshakable, imperturbable Snp.322 (˚dhamma = akampanasabhāva Snp-a.331).

a + vedha, grd. of…

avekalla →

pts

(˚-) adjective without deficiency, in -buddhi complete knowledge Ja.vi.297.

a + vekalla

averin →

pts

adjective noun = avera Dhp.197, Dhp.258.

aviccaṃ →

pts

at Ja.v.434 read aviviccaṃ i.e. not secretly, openly.

a + viviccaṃ

avicāreti →

pts

not to examine Vv-a.336.

a + vicāreti

aviddasu →

pts

adjective ignorant, foolish Snp.762 (= bāla Snp-a.509); Dhp.268 = Cnd.514 (= aviññū Dhp-a.iii.395); Pv-a.18 (so read for avindasu). Avinasaka…

avidūra →

pts

adjective not far, near; usually in loc. ˚e as adv. near Snp.147.

a + vidūra

aviheṭhaka →

pts

adjective not harassing, not hurting DN.iii.166 (but cp. Snp-a.318 avihesaka in same context) Mil.219.

a + viheṭhaka

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;…

avijānaṃ →

pts

not knowing, ignorant Dhp.38, Dhp.60; Iti.103.

a + vijānaṃ

avikampamāna →

pts

adjective not hesitating, not wavering, not doubting Ja.iv.310 (= anosakkamāna C.; Kern takes it at this passage as a + vikalpamāna, see

avikampin →

pts

adjective unmoved, not shaking, steady Vv.50#22 (= acala Vv-a.215).

fr. a + vi + kamp

avikopin →

pts

adjective not agitated, not moving, unshaken, undisturbed Ja.vi.226 (acchejja +).

a + vikopin; fr. vi + kup

avinibbhoga →

pts

adjective not to be distinguished, indistinct Ja.iii.428 (˚sadda).

a + vinibbhoga

avinibbhujaṃ →

pts

adjective unable to distinguish or to know Ja.v.121 (= atīrento C.).

ppr. of a + vinibbhujati

avinicchayaññū →

pts

adjective not knowing how to decide Ja.v.367.

a + vinicchaya + ñū

avināsaka →

pts

Avināsaka (˚ika)

adjective not causing destruction AN.iii.38 (˚ika); Ja.v.116 (= anāsaka C.).

a + vināsa + ka

avināsika →

pts

Avināsaka (˚ika)

adjective not causing destruction AN.iii.38 (˚ika); Ja.v.116 (= anāsaka C.).

a + vināsa + ka

avippavāsa →

pts

adjective noun thoughtfulness, mindfulness, attention; adj. not neglectful, mindful, attentive eager Vin.v.216; Snp.1142 (cp. Cnd.101: anussatiyā…

aviruddha →

pts

adjective not contrary, unobstructed, free, without difficulties Dhp.406; Snp.365, Snp.704, Snp.854.

a + viruddha

avisaṃvādaka →

pts

adjective not deceiving, not lying DN.i.4; DN.iii.170; Pp.57; DN-a.i.73.

a + visaṃvada + ka

avissajjiya →

pts

adjective not to be given away, inalienable (cp. avebhangiya) Vin.i.305 (˚ika for ˚iya); Vin.ii.170 (five such objects in detail); Vin.v.216 (+…

avissāsaniya →

pts

adjective not to be trusted, untrustworthy Ja.iii.474.

a + visāsana + iya, ika

avyagga →

pts

adjective not bewildered, not confused SN.v.66. Cp. avisaggatā.

a + vyagga, Sc. vyagra

avyatha →

pts

adjective not miserable, fortunate Ja.iii.466 (= akilamāna C.).

a + vyatha, cp. Sk. vyathā misfortune

avyattatā →

pts

state or condition of not being manifest or visible, concealment, hiding Dhp-a.ii.38.

abstr. fr. avyatta

avyosita →

pts

adjective not having reached perfection, imperfect Thag.784 (aby˚).

a + vyosita, Sk. vyavasita

avyāharati →

pts

not to bring or procure Ja.v.80.

a + vy + āharati

avyāpajjha →

pts

…from oppression or injury not hurting, kind DN.ii.242 (avera +), DN.ii.276; MN.i.90; Iti.16 = Iti.52 (sukhaṃ); Mil.410 (avera +).

either a…

avyāvaṭa →

pts

adjective not occupied, i.e. careless, neglectful, not worrying Vin.iii.136; Cnd.72 (abyāvaṭa for appossukka Snp.43); Ja.iii.65; Ja.vi.188….

avyāyika →

pts

adjective not liable to loss or change, imperishable Ja.v.508 (= avigacchanaka C.).

fr. avyaya

avākaroti →

pts

  1. to revoke, undo, rescind, not fulfill, spoil, destroy Ja.iii.339 (avākayirā = avakareyya chindeyya C.); Ja.v.495, Ja.v.500; Ja.vi.280.
  2. to…

avāvaṭa →

pts

adjective unobstructed, unhindered, free. Of a woman, not married Ja.v.213 (= apetâvaraṇā, which read for ˚bharaṇā, apariggahitā C.).

a +…

avīci →

pts

…disintegration, decay Vism.449 (a. jarā nāma).

B.Sk. avīci a + vīci (?) no intermission, or no pleasure (?), unknown, but very likely…

aya FIXME double →

pts

Ayo & Aya

neuter iron. The nom. ayo found only in set of 5 metals forming an alloy of gold (jātarūpa), viz ayo, loha

ayana →

pts

…to, goal SN.v.167 (ekāyano maggo leading to one goal, a direct way), SN.v.185 (id.); DN-a.i.313; Dāvs iv.40. See also eka˚.

Vedic ayana,…

ayaṃ →

pts

…(or imissaṃ?) & imāyaṃ (no ref.) 2. ■ (pl.) nom. m. ime Ja.i.221; Pv.i.8#3;
■ f. imā [Sk. imāḥ] Snp.897 & imāyo Snp.1122;

ayira →

pts

…& Ayyira

n-adj. n. ariyan nobleman, gentleman (opp. servant); (adj.) arīyan, well-born, belonging to the ruling race, noble, aristocratic…

ayo →

pts

Ayo & Aya

neuter iron. The nom. ayo found only in set of 5 metals forming an alloy of gold (jātarūpa), viz ayo, loha

ayojjha →

pts

adjective not to be conquered or subdued MN.ii.24.

Sk. ayodhya

ayya →

pts

…Ja.i.279, Ja.i.308; pl. nom. as voc. ayyā in addressing several Ja.ii.128, Ja.ii.415; nom. sg. as voc. (for all genders &…

ayyira →

pts

…& Ayyira

n-adj. n. ariyan nobleman, gentleman (opp. servant); (adj.) arīyan, well-born, belonging to the ruling race, noble, aristocratic…

añchati →

pts

…dīghaṃ a., where K has note: añjanto ti pi acchanto ti pi pātho) = MN.i.56 (vv.ll. MN.i.532 acch˚ & añj˚); Thag.750 (añcāmi T., v.l…

añjali →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.32.

  • -karaṇīya (adj.) that is worthy of being thus honoured DN.iii.5; AN.ii.34; AN.iii.36 AN.iv.13 sq.;…

añjana →

pts

…ii. and kāla1 note).

  1. Vin.i.203 (five kinds viz. kāḷ˚, ras˚, sot˚, geruka, kapalla) DN.i.7, DN.i.12; DN-a.i.98 (khār˚);…

añjati →

pts

…& Añjeti

to smear, anoint, paint SN.ii.281; Ja.iv.219 (akkhīni añjetvā, variant reading BB añcitvā). Caus. ii. añjāpeti

añjita →

pts

smeared, anointed Ja.i.77 (su-añjitāni akkhīni); Ja.iv.421 (añjit’akkha).

Sk. ankta & añjayita, pp. of añjeti

añña →

pts

…sambharati).

anañña 1 not another, i.e. the same, self-same, identical MN.i.256 (= ayaṃ) 2 not another, i.e. alone, by oneself, oneself…

aññadatthu →

pts

…let there be anything else, i.e. be it what it will, there is nothing else, all everything, surely

aññadā →

pts

adverb at another time, else, once SN.iv.285; Ja.v.12; Dhp-a.iv.125.

añña + dā, cp. kadā, tadā, yadā

aññatra →

pts

…(adj.) following another discipline DN.i.187; MN.i.487
■ As prep. c. abl. (and instr.) but besides, except, e.g. a. iminā…

aññoñña →

pts

see añña B 2 c.

aññā →

pts

…viz. Arahantship, saving knowledge gnosis (cp. on term Compend. 176 n. 3 and Psalms of Brethren introd. xxxiii.) MN.i.445; SN.i.4 (sammad˚),…

aññāta →

pts

…Snp.699. an˚; what is not known, in phrase anaññāta-ññassāmī’ t’ indriya the faculty of him (who believes): “I shall know what…

aññātaka →

pts

…unknown, unrecognisable, only in phrase -vesena in unknown form, in disguise Ja.i.14; Ja.iii.116; Ja.v.102.

Demin. of…

aññātar →

pts

one who knows, a knower of DN.ii.286; MN.i.169; SN.i.106 (dhammassa); Kv.561.

n. ag. to ājānāti

aññātukāma →

pts

adjective desirous of gaining right knowledge AN.iii.192. See ājānāti.

ā + jñātuṃ + kāma

aññātāvin →

pts

adjective noun one who has complete insight Dhs-a.291.

  • -indriya (˚tāv’ indr.) the faculty of one whose knowledge is…

aññāya →

pts

recognising, knowing, in the conviction of SN.i.24; AN.iii.41; Dhp.275, Dhp.411.

ger. of ājānāti, q.v. for detail

aññāṇa →

pts

ignorance; see ñāṇa 3 e.

a + ñāṇa

aññāṇaka →

pts

ignorance Vin.iv.144.

Demim. of aññāṇa

aññāṇin →

pts

adjective ignorant, not knowing Dhp-a.iii.106.

a + ñāṇin

aḍḍha →

pts

…ṛddha pp. of ṛdh, ṛdhnote & ṛdhyate (see ijjhati) to thrive cp. Gr.; α ̓́λχομαι thrive, Lat alo to nourish….

aḷa →

pts

…Ja.i.223, Ja.i.505 (˚chinno kakkaṭako; T. spells ala˚); Ja.ii.342, Ja.iii.295. 2. the nails (of finger or toe) (?) in -chinna one whose…

aṃsa →

pts

…(opp. ubhayaṃsa) or (as not admitting of a counterpart) definite, certain, without doubt (opp dvidhā): see…

aṅga →

pts

…the art of prognosticating from marks on the body chiromantics, palmistry etc. (cp. above 3) DN.i.9 (see expl at DN-a.i.93); Ja.i.290…

aṅketi →

pts

to mark out, brand Ja.i.451 (lakkhaṇena); Ja.ii.399
pp aṅkita, q.v.

Denom. fr. anka1

aṇu →

pts

…Thag-a.173; Mil.361. Note aṇu is freq. spelt anu, thus usually in cpd. ˚matta.

  • -thūla (aṇuṃthūla) fine and…

aṇḍa →

pts

…takes or exstirpates the testicles MN.i.383.

Etym. unknown. Cp. Sk. aṇḍa

aṇḍaka →

pts

…Dhs-a.396.

Sk.? prob. an inorganic form; the diaeresis of caṇḍaka into c˚ aṇḍaka seems very plausible. As to meaning cp. Dhs-a.396 and…

aṇṇava →

pts

  1. a great flood (= ogha), the sea or ocean (often as mah˚ cp. BSk. mahārṇava, e.g. Jtm.31#75) MN.i.134; SN.i.214 SN.iv.157 (mahā udak˚); Snp.173 (fig. for saṃsāra see Snp-a.214), Snp.183, Snp.184; J …

aṭavī →

pts

…˚sankopa “inroad of savage tribes”.

Sk. aṭavī: Non-Aryan, prob. Dravidian

aṭaṭa →

pts

…aṭaṭa (e.g. Divy.67), prob. to aṭ; roam about. On this notion cp. description of roaming about in Niraya at Mnd.405 bottom

aṭṭha →

pts

…symmetrical set, aṭṭha denotes, like dasa (q.v.) a comprehensive unity. See esp. the cpds for this application. -aṃsa and -aṅgika….

aṭṭhi →

pts

…Ja.i.189; Ja.v.151 (: attano atthikabhāvaṃ katvā atthiko hutvā sakkaccaṃ suṇeyya C.); Ud.80 (: adhikicca ayaṃ no attho adhigantabbo…

aṭṭiyati FIXME double →

pts

…addiyāmi, e.g. Thig.140
pp aṭṭita & addita.

Denom. fr. aṭṭa3, q.v.

aṭṭiyati →

pts

…addiyāmi, e.g. Thig.140
pp aṭṭita & addita.

Denom. fr. aṭṭa3, q.v.

aṭṭāna →

pts

at Vin.ii.106 is obscure, should it not rather be read with Bdhgh as aṭṭhāna? (cp. Bdhgh on p. 315).

babbhara →

pts

…and sarasara.

onomat., cp. Sk. balbalā-karoti to stammer or stutter, barbara = Gr. βάρβαρος stuttering, people of an unknown…

badara →

pts

…tree (Zizyphus jujuba), not unlike a crabapple in appearance & taste, very astringent, used for medicine AN.i.130 = Pp.32; AN.iii.76;…

bahi →

pts

…with his mind not gone outside himself).

  • -nikkhamana going outside of (abl.), leaving Vism.500…

bahu →

pts

…having great knowledge, very learned, well-taught DN.i.93, DN.i.137; DN.iii.252, DN.iii.282; Ja.i.199; Ja.iv.244; AN.i.24; AN.ii.22,…

bahuka →

pts

…abundant Ja.iii.368 (b. jano most people, the majority of p.), Ja.v.388; Ja.iv.536; Mhvs.36, Mhvs.49; Pv-a.25 (gloss for pahūta Pv.i.5#2);…

bala →

pts

…in ten fields of knowledge AN.v.32 sq. MN.i.69; Cnd.466; Mil.105, Mil.285; Vb-a.397
■ In a similar setting 10 powers are given as…

balīyati →

pts

…provinces); Ne.6 (vv.ll. bali˚, pali˚; C. abhibhavati).

Denom. fr. bala, cp. BSk. balīyati Mvu.i.275

bandha →

pts

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

bha →

pts

…contemptible, and this shade of meaning was regarded as inhering in the ending, not in the root of the word, as e.g. in ibbha

bhadanta →

pts

…(q.v.). Note. In case of bhadanta being the corresp. of Sk. *bhavanta (for bhavān) we would suppose the change v → d and…

bhadda →

pts

…address, like “my noble & c friend!” [cp BSk. bhadramukha; Divy frequent: see Index], MN.ii.53; SN.i.74 (cp. K.S. i.100n)…

bhaddaka →

pts

…AN.iv.169a. 2. honoured of high repute Ja.iii.269a (= sambhāvita C.). 3. (m nt.) a good thing, lucky or auspicious…

bhaddanta →

pts

…(q.v.). Note. In case of bhadanta being the corresp. of Sk. *bhavanta (for bhavān) we would suppose the change v → d and…

bhagavant →

pts

adjective noun fortunate, illustrious, sublime, as epithet and title “Lord.” Thus applied to the Buddha (amhākaṃ Bh. and his predecessors….

bhaggava →

pts

…(f.). The terms are not explained in C., evidently because somewhat obscure. According to Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. the Sk. form in this…

bhaggavant →

pts

adjective noun having good luck or auspices, fortunate; in def of “Bhagavā” at Vism.210 = DN-a.i.34 (“bhāgyavā bhaggavā yutto”); with…

bhakkha →

pts

…cpd. appa-bhakkha offering no food Vv.84#3 (appodaka +)
■ pl. also bhakkhā (eatables Ja.ii.14; Ja.iv.241 (similar context; = bhojana…

bhallaka →

pts

…country Vb-a.63 (is reading correct?) It is doubtful whether we should not read mallaka, cp malla.

lit. from the Bhalla people

bhamara →

pts

…unsteady motion = confused noise), cp. Gr. φόρμιγς zither; or perhaps for *bramara to Ohg. bremo = Ger. bremse gadfly, bremen = brummen to…

bhante →

pts

…Ja.iii.46; Mil.19; or with another voc.: Mil.25; or with other oblique cases, as with nom. DN.i.179; Dhp-a.i.62. with gen. DN.i.179.

would…

bharatā →

pts

…of being hard to maintain, synonymous with kosajja at AN.iv.280, and kuhanā at AN.v.159, AN.v.161-opp….

bhasma →

pts

…sand, etc. and bhas is another form of psā (cp. Sk. psā morsel of food, psāta hungry = P. chāta). Idg *bhsā & *bhsam, represented in…

bhasman →

pts

…sand, etc. and bhas is another form of psā (cp. Sk. psā morsel of food, psāta hungry = P. chāta). Idg *bhsā & *bhsam, represented in…

bhassara →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) shining, resplendent Ja.v.169 (C. pabhassara).
  2. Name of a bird Ja.vi.538 (= sata-haṃsa C.)
    ■ Cp. ā˚,…

bhatta →

pts

feeding, food, nourishment, meal Dhp.185; Pp.28, Pp.55; Ja.ii.15; Ja.v.170 (bhatta-manuñña-rūpaṃ for bhattaṃ-); Vism.66 (where 14 kinds…

bhattar →

pts

husband; nom. sg. bhattā Thig.413; Ja.v.104, Ja.v.260 (here in meaning “supporter”); Ja.vi.492; gen. bhattu Ja.v.169, Ja.v.170; acc…

bhava →

pts

…(in cpd.) is to be noted in the def. given by Bdhgh. of divya = divi bhavaṃ (for divi-bhū) Kp-a.227; Snp-a.199; and mānasaṃ =…

bhavant →

pts

…Lord, or “venerable, honourable,” or simply “you.” Cases as follows (after Geiger,

Pali Grammar

§ 98#3): sg. nom. bhavaṃ

bhavati →

pts

…In compound with nouns or adjectives the final vowel of these is changed into ī, as in combination of the same…

bhaya →

pts

…(= citt’ uttrasassa ca bhayānak’ ārammaṇassa adhivacanaṃ MN-a.113), Name of Suttanta No. 4 in Majjhima (pp. 16 sq.), quoted at Vism.202;…

bhañjana →

pts

…anointing, smearing, oiling, in gatta˚ and pāda˚
■ bbhañjana-tela oil for rubbing the body and the feet…

bhaṇati →

pts

…proclaim (the nearest synonym is katheti: see Cnd. s.v. katheti Dhp.264; Pp.33, Pp.56; Dhp-a.ii.95
ppr bhaṇanto

bhaṇe →

pts

indeclinable “I say,” used as an interjection of emphasis, like “to be sure,” “look here.” It is a familiar term of address often used by a king to his subjects Vin.i.240 (amhākaṃ kira bhaṇe vijite Bh …

bhaṇḍa →

pts

…trader (or owner)“ does not seem clear; should we read paṇḍaka? Cp. bhaṇḍa = paṇḍa under bhaṇḍati.

  • -āgāra store…

bhaṇḍikā →

pts

…Vv-a.187. sahassa˚; a heap of 1,000 kahāpaṇas Ja.ii.424; Ja.iii.60; Ja.iv.2
Note. bhaṇḍika is variant reading at Ja.iii.41…

bhedaka →

pts

adjective noun breaking, dividing, causing disunion; (m.) divider Vin.ii.205; Ja.vi.382
■ nt. adv bhedakaṃ, as in -nakha in such a way as…

bhejja →

pts

…of…

bheka →

pts

frog Thag.310; Ja.iii.430; Ja.iv.247; Ja.vi.208.

cp. Vedic bheka, onomat.

bheraṇḍaka →

pts

jackal Ja.v.270; the nom. probably formed after the acc. in phrase bheraṇḍakaṃ nadati to cry after the fashion of, or like a jackal…

bheṇḍu →

pts

…& remarks that this cannot be derived fr. kaṇḍuka (although; kaṇḍu may be considered as gloss of bheṇḍu at…

bheṇḍuka →

pts

…this occur the vv.ll. keṇḍuka (= kaṇḍuka?) & kuṇḍika

Bheṇḍuka2

a knob, cupola, round tower Ja.i.2…

bhijjati →

pts

…is difficult to explain (not breaking? for abhijjantī after abhejja & abhedi, and *abhijjanto for abhijjamāna, intrs.?). imper. bhijjatu…

bhikkhu →

pts

… ■ gen. dat. bhikkhuno AN.i.274; Snp.221, Snp.810, Snp.961; Dhp.373; Pv.i.10#10; & bhikkhussa AN.i.230; Vin.iii.175;
■ instr….

bhikkhā →

pts

…declaration of alms, announcement that food is to be given to the Sangha, a dedication of food Vin.i.309.

cp. Epic & Class. Sk. bhaikṣa of;…

bhindivāla →

pts

…Ja.vi.248 Abhp.394.

Non-Aryan; Epic Sk. bhindipāla spear, but cp Prk bhiṇḍi-māla & ˚vāla, Pischel, Prk. Gr. § 248 see also…

bhinna →

pts

…fallen into dissension, not agreeing DN.iii.117 = DN.iii.210, DN.iii.171
■ Usually in compounds, & often to be translated by prep….

bhiṃsaka →

pts

…Pv.iv.3#5 (+ lomahaṃsa).

the form with -ka is the canonic form, whereas bhiṃsana is younger. See bhiṃsa on connections

bhiṃsana →

pts

…Pv.iv.3#5 (+ lomahaṃsa).

the form with -ka is the canonic form, whereas bhiṃsana is younger. See bhiṃsa on connections

bho →

pts

…Snp.487; with voc. of noun: bho purisa my dear man Ja.i.423; bho brahmaṇā oh ye brahmans Ja.ii.369. Double bho bho Dhp-a.iv.158.

*…

bhoga →

pts

… ■ appa˚ little or no possession Snp.114.

  • -khandha a mass of wealth, great possessions DN.ii.86 (one of the 5…

bhogga →

pts

…one who possesses nothing but nakedness, i.e. an ascetic Ja.iv.160; Ja.v.75; Ja.vi.225. 2. (identical with bhogika & bhogiya & similar in…

bhogin →

pts

Bhogin1

adjective noun (-˚) enjoying, owning, abounding in, partaking in or devoted to (e.g. to pleasure, kāma˚;) DN.ii.80;…

bhoja →

pts

…“khattiyā bhoja-rājāno anuyuttā bhavanti te” cp. MN.iii.173: “paṭirājāno te rañño cakkavattissa anuyuttā bhavanti,” and…

bhojana →

pts

…first takes one and then another Vin.iv.78; atirittabhojanaṃ is food left over from that provided for a sick person, or too great a quantity…

bhokkhi →

pts

…*bhukṣ enjoyer, eater. P. bhokkhi might be Sk. bhoktrī, if it was not for the latter being f. The word is a curiosity.

bhuja →

pts

…= lizard, similar in connotation to P bhujaga snake

Bhuja2

clean, pure, bright, beautiful Ja.vi.88 (˚dassana beautiful to look…

bhukka →

pts

…onomat. root *bhukk, dialectical, cp. Prk. bhukkai to bark, bhukkiya barking, bhukkana dog (Pischel, Prk. Gr. §…

bhumma →

pts

adjective noun

  1. belonging to the earth, earthly, terrestrial; nt. soil, ground, floor Snp.222 (bhūtāni bhummāni earthly creatures contrasted…

bhuseti →

pts

…vaḍḍheti“ p. 224).

Denom. fr. bhusa2 = *bhṛśayati; but not certain, may have to be read bhūseti, to endeavour, cp. Sk…

bhusita →

pts

barking Ja.iv.182 (˚sadda, barking, noise). See also bhasita.

pp. of bhusati

bhutta →

pts

…have been wont to do“; see note ibid.). We should favour a translation in the first sense
dubbhuttaṃ, indigestible 2. (Med. cp….

bhuttāvin →

pts

…Ja.v.170; nom. pl. bhuttāvī Vin.iv.81, & bhuttāvino SN.iv.289.

bhutta + suffix ˚āvin,…

bhuñjati →

pts

…to purify, cleanse, sift, not given in this meaning by the Dhātupāṭha. Cp. Av. buxti purification buj to clean, also Lat. fungor (to get…

bhuṅkaraṇa →

pts

adjective noun making “bhu,” i.e. bow-wow, barking Ja.vi.355 (˚sunakha) variant reading bhu-bhukka-sadda-karaṇa.

bhu + kṛ; see…

bhāgin →

pts

…= Vism.210
■ pl. bhāgino Pv.iii.1#12 (dukkhassa); Pv-a.18 (dānaphalassa), Pv-a.175
■ Cp bhāgavant, bhāgimant, bhāgiya.

fr….

bhānumant →

pts

adjective luminous brilliant; mostly of the sun; nom. bhānumā SN.i.196 Thag.1252; Vv.64#17, Vv.78#7 (= ādicca Vv-a.304); Ja.i.183 acc….

bhārataka →

pts

…applied to apprentices and other low class young men who honour the Mahā-Kaccāna).

fr. bhara

bhāriya →

pts

…bringing Ja.vi.563 (phala˚).

fr. bhāra Vedic bhārya to be nourished or supported; bhāryā wife

bhāsati →

pts

…sense. The vv.ll. however do not suggest anything else but abhāsiya; the editor of It suggests pa˚
■ Cp. anu, o˚, samanu˚.

bhāṣ;…

bhātar →

pts

bhātari Ja.iii.56
■ nom. pl. bhātaro Ja.i.307, & bhātuno Thig.408; acc. bhāte Dpvs.vi.21. In compounds both bhāti˚; (….

bhāva →

pts

…difference Snp.588. 3. nouns & noun-derivations: atta˚ individual state, life, character Snp.388 (= citta Snp-a.374) asaraṇa˚;…

bhāvanīya →

pts

…MN-a.156); SN.v.164; AN.iii.110; Mil.373; Pv-a.9. See also under manobhāvanīya.

grd. fr. bhāveti, but taken by Bdhgh as…

bhāvitatta →

pts

…See foll.

bhāvita + attan

Bhāvitatta2

neuter only neg. a˚ the fact of not developing or cultivating SN.iii.153…

bhāyati →

pts

…in Prohib.; mā bhāyi do not be afraid SN.v.369; Ja.i.222; Dhp-a.i.253
grd bhāyitabba Nd ii.s.v. kāmaguṇā B;…

bhāṇaka →

pts

…noun speaking; (n.) a reciter, repeater, preacher (of sections of the Scriptures), like Aṅguttara˚; Vism.74 sq.;…

bhāṇin →

pts

…of the Mantras, one who knows the M. and speaks accordingly, i.e. speaking wisely, explained by Snp-a.549 as “mantāya pariggahetvā vācaṃ…

bhīru →

pts

adjective noun

  1. fearful, i.e. having fear, timid, afraid, shy, cowardly Sdhp.207 (dukkha˚); usually in neg. abhīru not…

bhūmi →

pts

…e.g. Ja.i.507; Ja.v.84. Another form of bhūmi at end of compounds is bhūma (q.v.).

bhūnaha →

pts

…word); Ja.v.266 (pl. bhūnahuno, explained by C 272 as “isīnaṃ ativattāro attano vaḍḍhiyā hatattā bh.”). Cp. MN.i.502…

bhūri →

pts

…DN.i.9, explained as “knowledge of charms to be pronounced by one living in an earth-house” (?) DN-a.i.93. See Dial. i.18, i.25. The…

bhūrī →

pts

knowledge, understanding intelligence Dhp.282, quoted at Dhs-a.76 (explained as termed so because it is as widespread as the earth; Dhs.16;…

bhūsana →

pts

ornament, decoration Vism.10 (yatino-sīla-bhūsana-bhūsitā contrasted to rājāno muttāmaṇi-vibhūsitā).

fr. bhūṣ

bhūta →

pts

…happened before happened (now) DN-a.i.43 (in expln of abbhuta) 2. having become such & such, being like, acting as, being quâsi…

bidala →

pts

adjective noun

  1. a kind of pulse, split pea Ja.iv.353 (= mugga) in -sūpa haricot soup Ja.iv.352.
  2. a split bamboo cane, in -mañcaka a…

bimbi →

pts

…bimbajāla. The C. expln gives ratta-kuravaka as a synonym.

= Sk. bimbī, see bimba

biḷibiḷikā →

pts

tittle-tattle SN.i.200 = Thag.119. Mrs. Rh. D. (Brethren 106 n.) trsl “finglefangle,” noting the commentator’s paraphrase “vilivilikriyā” (lit. sticky-sticky-action?).

onomat. cp. E. babble

biḷāra →

pts

…(-matta) (large enough) for a cat to creep through AN.v.195.

  • -bhastā (a bag of) catskin MN.i.128 (explained by…

bodha →

pts

…is sambodha = bodhi, viz. knowledge, wisdom, enlightenment, Buddhaship DN.iii.54 (variant reading sam˚); Dhs-a.217; in phrase bodhāya maggo

bodhana →

pts

  1. knowing Mil.168 (cp. SN.v.83).
  2. (adj.) enlightening, teaching Bv.26, Bv.22 (pacchima-jana˚).

fr. bodheti

bodheti →

pts

bodhabba DN.ii.246; AN.iv.136. 2. to make aware (of), to make known Ja.vi.412; Snp-a.444.

Caus. of bujjhati

bodhi →

pts

…is only found in very late canonical and post-canonical literature. Bv.ii.65, Bv.ii.183; Vism.203; Ja.iv.228, Ja.iv.232 Mhbv.79; Snp-a.2,…

bojjha →

pts

matter to be known or understood, subject of knowledge or understanding Ne.20.

orig. grd. of bujjhati or bodheti

bojjhaṅga →

pts

factor or constituent of knowledge or wisdom. There are 7 bojjhangas usually referred to or understood from the context. There are enumerated at…

brahant →

pts

… ■ The fundamental notion is that of an increase above normal or the ordinary: vuddhi (of vṛdh) is used in explains of the term; thus…

brahma →

pts

…sg. brahme MN.i.328. pl. nom. brahmāno Mil.13, Mil.18 (where Ja.vi.486 has Mahā-brahmā in id. p.); Dhs-a.195; gen brahmānaṃ Vism.2;…

brahmacariya →

pts

term (not in the strictly Buddhist sense) for observance of vows of holiness, particularly of chastity: good & moral living (brahmaṃ cariyaṃ…

brahmā →

pts

…sg. brahme MN.i.328. pl. nom. brahmāno Mil.13, Mil.18 (where Ja.vi.486 has Mahā-brahmā in id. p.); Dhs-a.195; gen brahmānaṃ Vism.2;…

brāhmaṇa →

pts

…Var. references in the Canon to all meanings of the term: DN.i.90, DN.i.94, DN.i.104, DN.i.119 sq., DN.i.136 (mahāsālā), DN.i.150 (˚dūta),…

brūmeti →

pts

…Geiger,

Pali Grammar

§ 141#2, rightly remarks “not critically sound”

buddha →

pts

…god (deva) nor a Gandharva, nor a Yakṣa nor a man. The word Buddha is an appellative, not a proper name (na mātarā kataṃ etc., vimokkh’…

buddhimant →

pts

…(paṇḍita, b., sappañña-jātika).

fr….

bujjhaka →

pts

…to Oldenberg’s “unnoticed”). Morris, J.P.T.S. 1893 69 suggests “not fighting,” thus making abujjhaka avujjh˚ = ayujjh˚ (of…

bujjhana →

pts

awakening, attaining to knowledge, recognition Pts.i.18; Mil.194; DN-a.i.51.

fr. budh

bujjhanaka →

pts

adjective endowed with knowledge, having the elements of bodhi, being enlightened Dhs-a.217.

fr. bujjhana

bujjhati →

pts

…in (acc.), to perceive, to know, recognise, understand DN.ii.249; SN.i.74, SN.i.198; Dhp.136, Dhp.286; Thag.146; Ja.iii.331; Ja.iv.49 Ja.iv.425;…

bya →

pts

Bya˚

etc. (byā˚, byu˚) words not found under these initials are to be looked up under vya˚; etc.

byappatha →

pts

…Kern, but the translation is not satisfactory. It occurs only at 2 passages; Vin.iv.2 where combined with vācā, girā, vacībheda, and meaning…

byābādheti →

pts

to injure, hurt, oppress SN.v.393 (na kiñci byābādhemi tasaṃ vā thāvaraṃ vā).

Denom. fr. byābādha

byūhati →

pts

to stand in array (like a troop) Vv-a.104 (byūhanto, variant reading brahmanto).

Denom. fr. byūha

bādha →

pts

lit. pressing (together), oppression, hindrance, annoyance Ja.vi.224. Cp. sam˚.

fr. bādh

bādheti →

pts

…grd bādhetabba SN.iv.298.

Caus. of bādhati; the confusion with bandhati is even more pronounced in the Caus. According to Kern,

bāheti →

pts

…of bahati3 or Denom. fr. bahi

Bāheti2

to carry, see sam˚; (sambāhana, meaning rubbing, stroking). Whether…

bāhira →

pts

…outsider in religious sense, non-Buddhist, freq. applied to the Brahmanic religion & their practice (samaya) Kv.251 (+ puthujjana-pakkhe…

bāhiraka →

pts

adjective outsider, non-religious, non-Buddhist, heretic profane SN.ii.267; AN.i.73; AN.iii.107; Kv.172 (isayo) Vv-a.67 (itthi).

*…

bāhujañña →

pts

…Ja.i.29 (verse 212). Note. The expression occurs only in stock phrase iddha phīta vitthārika bāhujañña.

fr. bahu + jana, cp….

bāhusacca →

pts

great learning, profound knowledge MN.i.445; AN.i.38 (so read for bahu˚); AN.ii.218; Vin.iii.10; Dhp.271; Vv.63#9.

fr. bahu + sacca, which latter…

bāhā →

pts

…Pv-a.92 and passim. 2. not quite certain whether “post” of a door or a “screen” (from bahati3) the former more likely….

bākucī →

pts

the plant Vernonia anthelminthica Abhp.586.

cp. *Sk. bākucī

bāla →

pts

…(often with ref. to ignorance in a moral sense, of the common people, the puthujjana) foolish (as contrasted with paṇḍita cp. the…

bālya →

pts

…youth SN.iii.1. 2. ignorance, folly Dhp.63; Ja.ii.220 (= bāla-bhāva); Ja.iii.278 (balya); Pv-a.40. Also used as adj. in compar….

bībhaccha →

pts

…Ja.iv.491; Ja.v.42.

cp. Epic Sk. bībhatsa, bībhatsate to feel disgust. Not a des. fr. bādhate: see Walde, Lat. Wtb. s. v. fastidium

bīja →

pts

…Kp-a.194 (on Snp.235, in another comparison) Sdhp.24, Sdhp.270 sq., Sdhp.318. nibbatta˚; (or nivatta˚) (adj.) that which has dropped its seed…

ca →

pts

…khadeyya yavaṃ… ravamāno ca dūsayi: “he might have eaten a long time, if he had not come to harm by his cry,” or “but”); Ja.iv.487;…

caccara →

pts

…Ja.i.425 (˚raccha).

Sk. catvara, cp. Trenckner, Notes, p. 56

cakka →

pts

…the supreme instrument, the noblest quality. Both with pavatteti to start & kcep up (like starting & guiding a carriage), to set rolling, to…

cakkavāka →

pts

…Ja.iv.70 sq. (Name of Ja No. 451); Pv.ii.12#3; Mil.364, Mil.401
■ f. cakkavākī Ja.iii.524; Ja.vi.189 = Ja.vi.501.

Vedic cakravāka, cp….

cakkavāḷa →

pts

…(= the whole world cannot hold it) to express immensity Dhp-a.i.310; Vv-a.68.

  • -gabbha the interior of the C. sphere…

cakkhu →

pts

…the eye of wisdom; he who knows all that can be known (jānaṃ passaṃ recognizing & seeing, i.e. of perfect understanding; cakkhubhūta…

cakkhumant →

pts

…DN.i.76 (one who knows, i.e. a connoisseur); cakkhumanto rūpāni dakkhinti “those who have eyes to see shall see” (of the Buddha)…

cakora →

pts

the francolin partridge (Perdix rufa) Ja.v.416; Vv.35#8 Vv-a.163. See also cankora.

Sk. cakora to kol (kor), see note on gala

calaka →

pts

…& bones).

perhaps from carv to chew; but Sk. carvana, chewing, is not found in the specific sense of P. calaka. Cp. ucchiṭṭha…

camara →

pts

…(see kakudhabhaṇḍa & cp vāla-vījanī).

Deriv. unknown, probably non-Aryan. Sk. camara

campeyya →

pts

Name of a Nāgarāja Ja.iv.454 (= ˚jātaka, No. 506); Vism.304.

cana →

pts

…to rel. or interrog. pronouns, as kiñcana anything, kudācana at any time, etc. Cp. ca & ci.

Vedic cana fr. rel. pron. *qṷo + demonstr….

candana →

pts

…choice sandal (wood or perfume) Vv.52#3, Ja.i.53, Ja.i.340.

Deriv. unknown. Possibly nonAryan; but see under canda,…

candanikā →

pts

…of a village (usually, but not necessarily dirty: see Vin.ii.122 & cp. candanapanka Avs.i.221, see also PW sub candana2) SN.v.361;…

candimā →

pts

…this formation cp. Lat. lumen = Sk. rukmān luminous shiny

cara →

pts

noun adjective

  1. the act of going about, walking; one who walks or lives (usually -˚): oka˚ living in water MN.i.117; Ja.vi.416; antara˚…

carahi →

pts

…ko carahi jānāti who then knows? Snp.990; kathañ carahi jānemu how then shall we know? Snp.999; kiñ c. AN.v.194
■ Vin.i.36; Vin.ii.292;…

carati →

pts

…tiṭṭhaṃ caraṃ nisinno vā sayāno vā Snp.151. Defined as “catūhi iriyāpathehi vicarati” (i.e. more generally applied as…

carima →

pts

…Ja.v.120
acarima not later (apubba ac˚ simultaneously) DN.i.185; MN.iii.65; Pp.13.

  • -bhava the last rebirth (in…

carita →

pts

…Dhp.169, Snp.665; Pv.i.9#4 (˚ṃ caritvā), etc See also kāya˚ vacī˚ mano˚ under kāya.

pp. of cāreti, see cara & carati

catur →

pts

…four

  1. As num. adj. nom. & acc. m cattāro (Dhp.109; Ja.iii.51) and caturo (Snp.84, Snp.188), f. catasso (Snp.1122), nt. cattāri…

catuttha →

pts

…vatthu (beside eyes, ears, nose) according to the gloss: Ja.v.155; extremely doubtful.

Vedic caturtha, Idg. *queturto = Gr. τέτρατος,…

cavati →

pts

…apeti vigacchati acetano pi samāno puññakkhaya-vasena aññaṃ thānaṃ gacchati); Iti.99 Cnd.235#2 (satte cavamāne upapajjamāne);…

cañcala →

pts

…& γαγγαλιζω to tickle; see also note on gala & cp. cankamati

caṅgavāra →

pts

…Tamil canguvaḍa a dhoney, Anglo-Ind. ḍoni, a canoe hollowed from a log, see also doṇi

ce →

pts

…DN.i.185; ettha ce te mano atthi SN.i.116, or combined with other particles, as noce, yañce, sace (q.v.). Freq. also in combination with…

cela →

pts

…(not ˚pattika) a bandage of cloth, a turban Vin.ii.128 (Bdhgh. celasandhara); MN.ii.93; Dhp-a.iii.136; *…

cetanā →

pts

…of asucimanussā people of ignoble action: asuciyā cetanāya patthanāya, paṇidhinā samannāgatā). Also classed with these in a larger group in…

cetasa →

pts

…SN.v.74.

orig. the gen. of ceto used as nominative

ceteti →

pts

…that which must not or cannot be thought AN.ii.80 (cattāri ˚āni four reflections to be avoided); Vv-a.323 (a. buddhânubhāva…

cha →

pts

…shall die in 6 months, i.e. not just yet, but very soon, after the “next” moon) Pv.iv.3#35. Six bodily faults Ja.i.394 (viz. too long, too…

chakana →

pts

…κόπρος; Sk. chagana is later, see Trenckner, Notes 62 n. 16

chakaṇa →

pts

…κόπρος; Sk. chagana is later, see Trenckner, Notes 62 n. 16

chanda →

pts

…Vin.ii.94
Note. The commentaries follow the canonical usage of the word without adding any precision to its connotation. See…

chatta →

pts

…Esp. as seta˚ the royal canopy, one of the 5 insignia regis (setachatta-pamukhaṃ pañcavidhaṃ rāja-kakudhabhaṇḍaṃ Pv-a.74), see…

chaḍḍeti →

pts

…to eliminate, separate, throw out (Gr. κρίνω, Lat. ex (s)cerno), cp. Gr. σκ ̈ως, Lat. mus(s)cerda, Ags. scearn.

chaḷ →

pts

…shall die in 6 months, i.e. not just yet, but very soon, after the “next” moon) Pv.iv.3#35. Six bodily faults Ja.i.394 (viz. too long, too…

chejja →

pts

  1. see chindati.
  2. one of the 7 notes in the gamut Vv-a.139.

chindati →

pts

…Ja.ii.106; Vism.190 (rājāno core ch.) 3. ched: fut. checchati (Sk chetsyati) MN.i.434; Dhp.350; Mil.391
aor…

chuddha →

pts

…cp. Pischel, Prk. Gr. §§ 66, 120 & Trenckner; Notes p.75See also khipita

chāta →

pts

Lat. Wtb. under sabulum & cp. bhasman probably Non-Aryan

chāyā →

pts

…etc
■ Yakkhas have none; Ja.v.34; Ja.vi.337. chāyā is frequent in similes: see J.P.T.S. 1907, 87.

Vedic chāyā, light & shade;…

ci →

pts

…cana, ce.

Vedic cid nom. nt. to interr. base *qṷi (as in Gr. τίς, Lat. quis, Goth. hvi-leiks, see ki˚, cp ka˚, ku˚), = Gr. τ…

cicciṭāyati →

pts

to hiss, fizz, sizzle (always combined with ciṭiciṭāyati) Vin.i.225; SN.i.169 Snp.p.15; Pp.36; Mil.258 sq.

onomat. cp. ciṭiciṭāyati

cikkhati →

pts

(cikkhanā, etc.) to tell, to announce: see *ā*˚ & paṭisaṃ˚.

Freq. of khyā, Dhtp.19: cikkh = vacane

cillaka →

pts

…or khīlaka,…

cinteti →

pts

…that which must not or cannot be thought AN.ii.80 (cattāri ˚āni four reflections to be avoided); Vv-a.323 (a. buddhânubhāva…

cināti →

pts

…Cp ā˚, pa˚, vi˚
Note. cināti also occurs as cinati in pa˚.

Sk. cinoti & cayati; ci, to which also kāya, q.v. See…

cira →

pts

acira not long (ago) lately, newly: ˚arahattappatta SN.i.196; ˚pabbajita SN.i.185; ˚parinibbute Bhagavati shortly after…

cirāyati →

pts

to be long, to tarry, to delay, Dhp-a.i.16; Vv-a.64, Vv-a.208; cp. ciraṃ karoti id. Ja.ii.443.

Sk. cirayati, v. denom. fr. cira

citta →

pts

…paradigma is (numbers denoting %, not including compounds): Nom cittaṃ; Gen. (Dat.) cetaso (44%) & cittassa (9%); Instr cetasā (42%) &…

cittatta →

pts

noun = cittatā SN.v.158.

cittatā →

pts

…Pv-a.13 (visuddhi˚ noble character); paṭibaddha˚ (in love with) Pv-a.145 Pv-a.147, Pv-a.270. In SN.iii.152 l cittitā q.v.

f….

citti →

pts

…with kar: cittikaroti to honour, to esteem. cittikatvā. MN.iii.24 AN.iii.172 Pv.ii.9#55 (cittiṁ k. = pūjetvā Pv-a.135); Dīpavaṁsa.i.2 …

cittita →

pts

…Thag.390 (su˚); Vv.36#7; Vv.40#2.

pp. of citteti, Denom. fr. citta1

ciṅgulāyati →

pts

to twirl round, to revolve like a windmill AN.i.112.

Denom. fr. cingula

coca →

pts

…derivation & meaning uncertain. The word is certainly not Aryan. See the note at; Vinaya Texts ii.132

cokkha →

pts

…to be read for T mokkha˚? See Trenckner’s note on p. 530).

Cp. Sk. cokṣa

culla →

pts

…or Culla-vagga, the minor section (Vin ii.) as subordinate to Mahā-vagga (Vin i.) Culla-niddesa the minor exposition (following upon…

cuta →

pts

…from one existence to another Vin.iv.216; Snp.774, Snp.899; Iti.19, Iti.99; Ja.i.139, Ja.i.205; Pp.17
-accuta

cuṇṇeti →

pts

…pass cuṇṇiyamāna being ground Ja.vi.185.

Denom. of cuṇṇa

cāga →

pts

…one of the (3, 4, 5 or 7) noble treasures of a man (cp. the Catholic treasure of grace & See ˚dhana below), viz. (as 5)…

cāmikara →

pts

gold Vv-a.12, Vv-a.13, Vv-a.166.

Deriv. unknown. Sk. cāmīkara

cāreti →

pts

…cārento drooping Ja.i.174; Pass. ppr. cāriyamāna being handed round Ja.iv.2 (not vā˚)
pp carita
■ Cp….

cāru →

pts

…Pv.ii.12#12 (= suṭṭhumanorama).

  • -dassana lovely to behold Snp.548; Ja.vi.449 (expl. on p. Ja.vi.450 as: cāru vuccati…

cāvati →

pts

to honour, only in cpd. -apacāyati (q.v.). The Dhtp (237) defines the root cāy by pūjā.

fr. ci

cīvara →

pts

…(a technical term of the canon law ‣See

Vinaya Texts

ii.149, 157, 169. It is one of the two kaṭhinassa palibodhā (c. & āvāsa˚…

cūḷa FIXME double →

pts

…protuberance; root, knot, crest. As kaṇṇa-cūḷa the root of an elephant’s ear Ja.vi.488. aḍḍha-cūḷa a measure (see…

cūḷa →

pts

…or Culla-vagga, the minor section (Vin ii.) as subordinate to Mahā-vagga (Vin i.) Culla-niddesa the minor exposition (following upon…

cūḷaka →

pts

adjective having a cūḷa or top-knot; pañca˚; with five top-knots Ja.v.250 (of a boy).

fr. cūḷā

dabba →

pts

Dabba1

adjective noun

  1. fit for, able, worthy, good, SN.i.187 = Thag.1218, cp. Pss of the Brethren, 399, n. 4 (= Sk. bhavya, cp….

dabbha →

pts

bunch of kuśa grass (Poa Cynosuroides) DN.i.141; MN.i.344; AN.ii.207.

  • -puppha “kuśa-flower,” epithet of a jackal…

dabhakkaṃ →

pts

? indeclinable = daddabhaṃ; a certain noise (of a falling fruit) Ja.iii.77 (variant reading duddabha = daddabha).

daddabha →

pts

heavy, indistinct noise, a thud Ja.iii.76 (of the falling of a large fruit), variant reading duddabhayasadda to be regarded as a Sk. gloss =…

daddabhāyati →

pts

to make a heavy noise, to thud Ja.iii.77.

Denom. fr. prec.

daddara →

pts

…from the noise, cp. next & cakora, with note on gala

Daddara2

a cert. (grinding, crashing) noise AN.iv.171;…

dahara →

pts

…Ja.v.521; Mil.48 (dārikā).

Sk. dahara & dahra for dabhra to dabhnoti to be or make short or deficient, to deceive

dahati →

pts

…(q.v.). Note. dahati is more frequent in combination with prefixes compositions like ā˚, upa˚, pari˚, sad˚, san˚,…

dakkha →

pts

…cp. daśasyati to honour, Denom. fr. *dasa = Lat. decus honour, skill All to *dek in Lat. decet to be fit, proper, etc. On var theories of…

dakkhiṇa →

pts

…fr. adv. *deksi = *deksinos, cp. purāṇa fr. purā viṣuṇa fr. viṣu, Lat. bīni (= bisni) fr. bis. From same root *deks are Lat….

dakkhiṇeyya →

pts

adjective noun one worthy of a dakkiṇā The term is expl. at Kp-a.183, & also (with ref to brahmanic usage) at Cnd.291
■ SN.i.142, SN.i.168,…

dakkhiṇā →

pts

…as in daśasyati to honour, to consecrate, but taken as f. of dakkhiṇa by grammarians expl. as gift by the “giving” (i.e. the right)…

dalidda →

pts

…& Daḷidda

adjective noun vagrant, strolling, poor, needy wretched; a vagabond, beggar-(l:) Vin.ii.159; SN.i.96 (opp. aḍḍha); AN.ii.57,…

dama →

pts

adjective noun (& of a nt.; damo the instr. damasā) taming, subduing; self-control, self-command moderation DN.i.53 (dānena damena saṃyamena…

damaka →

pts

adjective noun

  1. subduing, taming; converting; one who practises self-control MN.i.446 (assa˚); MN.iii.2 (id.) Ja.i.349 (kula˚ bhikkhu), one who…

damana →

pts

adjective noun taming, subduing, mastery Pv-a.251 (arīnaṃ d˚-sīla = arindama).

dandha →

pts

…to Sk. tandra; Trenckner (Notes 65) to dṛḍha; see also Müller, P. Gr. 22, & Lüders; Z.D.M.G. 58, 700. A problematic connection is that…

dandheti →

pts

to be slow, to tarry Thag.293 (opp. tāreti)
pp dandhāyita see in der. ˚tta.

Denom. fr. dandha

danta →

pts

…of a jawbone,“ with note: “the sentence is not clear”)

  • -pāḷi row of teeth Vism.251;
  • -poṇa

daratha →

pts

…(darathajā: the Arahant has nought in him born of care Cy explains by pariḷāha fever); Ja.i.61…

dasa →

pts

…(100, 1000) Ethically it denotes a circle, to fulfil all of which constitutes a high achievement or power.

II. Application

  1. (based…

dasika →

pts

…pi not even a thread, i.e. nothing at all, cp. Lat. nihīlum = ne-fīlum not a thread = nothing) See also dasaka under dasā.

fr. dasā

dassa →

pts

…(appa˚ of small sight, not seeing far, knowing little = paritta-dassa thoka-dassa Cnd.69). Cp. akkha˚ a judge Mil.114. -su˚; easily…

dassana →

pts

…“the insight arising from knowledge,” perfect knowledge, realization of the truth, wisdom (cp. ñāṇa): SN.i.52; SN.ii.30; SN.v.28, SN.v.422;…

dassati →

pts

…Pres. *dassati. On dakkhati, etc. see also Kuhn, Beitr. p. 116; Trenckner, Notes pp. 57, 61 Pischel, Prk. Gr. §…

dassāvin →

pts

…seeing, perceiving, taking notice of. In combination with -ñū (knowing) it plays the part of an additional emphasis to the 1st term = knowing…

datta →

pts

…noun stupid; a silly fellow MN.i.383; Ja.vi.192 (Com.: dandha lāḷaka).

prob. = thaddha, with popular analogy to…

dava →

pts

…Vism.36.

Sk. dava, to dunoti (q.v.); cp. Gr. δαις fire-brand

Dava2

running, course, flight quickness, sporting, exercise,…

dayā →

pts

…freq. in cpd. dayāpanna showing kindness DN.i.4 (= dayaṃ metta-cittaṃ āpanno DN-a.i.70); MN.i.288; AN.iv.249 sq.; Pp.57;…

daḍḍhi →

pts

…kādaḷiphahuna).

not with Trenckner, Notes p. 65 = Sk. dārḍhya, but with Kern,

Toevoegselen

113 = Sk. dṛḍhī (from…

daḷha →

pts

…Vv.63#1 acc. to Trenckner, Notes p. 60 (cp also Vv-a.261) = dṛḍha-dhanva, from dhanu = having a strong bow; *…

daḷidda →

pts

…& Daḷidda

adjective noun vagrant, strolling, poor, needy wretched; a vagabond, beggar-(l:) Vin.ii.159; SN.i.96 (opp. aḍḍha); AN.ii.57,…

daṇḍa →

pts

…kāyadaṇḍaṃ vacī˚, mano˚; in the same sense as m. at Cnd.293 (as explained to Snp.35). 6. a fine, a penalty, penance in general:…

dehin →

pts

adjective noun that which has a body, a creature Pgdp.12, Pgdp.16.

desanā →

pts

…Texts* ii.33. 3. (legal) acknowledgment Mil.344
■ Cp. ā˚.

  • -avasāne (loc.) at the end of an instruction discourse or sermon…

deva →

pts

…SN.iii.86; AN.ii.33; rūpino manomayā MN.i.410, etc. etc
■ See further in general: DN.i.54 (satta devā); DN.ii.14, DN.ii.157,…

devatā →

pts

…& disā-devatā)
■ Another definition at Vv-a.21 simply states: devatā ti devaputto pi Brahmā pi devadhītā pi vuccati
■ Among the…

dhamma →

pts

…righteousness, condition, phenomenon.
■ For other exegetic definitions see the Coms & the Niddesa, e.g. Mnd.94; for modern…

dhammatā →

pts

…general practice, regular phenomenon usual habit; often used in the sense of a finite verb: it is a rule, it is proper, one should expect SN.i.140…

dhammika →

pts

…justified; righteous, honourable of good character, just, esp. an attr. of a righteous King (rājā cakkavattī dhammiko dhammarājā) DN.i.86;…

dhana →

pts

…“the 7 fold noble treasure” of the good qualities or virtues, viz. saddhā cāga etc. (see enumerated under cāga) DN.iii.163,…

dhanita →

pts

sounded; as nt sonant (said of a letter) Mil.344.

Sk. dhvanita, pp. of dhvan, cp. Ags. dyn noise = E. din; Ags. dynnan to sound loud

dhanāyati →

pts

…see formula under allīyati, and note MN.i.552).

Denom. to dhana

dhara →

pts

…keeping; holding in mind, knowing by heart. Freq. in phrase dhammadhara (knowing the Dhamma, q.v.), vinaya˚, mātikā…

dharati →

pts

…support; to bear in mind, know by heart; to hold out, endure, last continue, live Snp.385 (take to heart, remember); Dhp-a.ii.68
ppr…

dhata →

pts

…firm, prepared, ready, resolved AN.iii.114; Dāvs v.52 2. kept in mind, understood, known by heart Vin.ii.95; AN.i.36.

Sk. dhṛta, pp. of…

dhañña →

pts

…grain for sowing, not more & not less than necessary to produce grain MN.i.451.

Ved. dhānya, der. fr….

dhaṃsana →

pts

noun adjective destroying, bringing to ruin, only in kula˚ as variant reading to kula-gandhana (q.v.) at Iti.64, and in dhaṃsanatā at…

dhaṃsati →

pts

to fall from, to be deprived of (c. abl.) to be gone DN.iii.184 (with abl. asmā lokā dh.) AN.ii.67 AN.v.76, AN.v.77; Iti.11; Thag.225, Thag.610; Ja.iii.260, Ja.iii.318, Ja.iii.441, Ja.iii.457 Ja.iv.61 …

dhaṃsin →

pts

adjective noun obtrusive, bold, offensive MN.i.236; AN.ii.182; Dhp.244 (= Dhp-a.iii.353 paresaṃ guṇaṃ dhaṃsanatāya dh.).

Sk. dharṣin to…

dhi →

pts

…but text has haṃdi). An inorganic r replaces the sandhi-cons. in dhī-r-atthu jīvitaṃ Snp.440; cp. Thag.1150; dhi-r-atthu jātiyā…

dhona →

pts

adjective noun

  1. purified MN.i.386; Snp.351, Snp.786, Snp.813, Snp.834 (= dhutakilesa Snp-a.542); Ja.iii.160 (˚sākha = patthaṭasākha Com.;…

dhopana →

pts

…is possible that the passage at DN.i.6 really belongs here See the note at Dial. i.9.

a variant of dhovana, q.v.

dhova →

pts

adjective noun washing, cleansing Bv.ii.15.

Sk. dhāva, see dhovati

dhuma →

pts

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

Doubtful reading.

dhunāti →

pts

…Cp nis˚, o˚.

Sk. dhunoti (dhūnoti), dhunāti & dhuvati, Caus. dhūnayati. Idg.; *dhū to be in turbulent motion cp. Gr. χύω,…

dhura →

pts

…to give up a charge or renounce a responsibility (see ˚*nikkhepa*): nikkhittadhura AN.i.71; AN.ii.148; AN.iii.65,…

dhuta →

pts

…of them an ascetic practice not enjoined in the Vinaya. The 13 are also discussed at Vism.59 sq. The Milinda devotes a whole book (chap. vi.) to…

dhāna →

pts

adjective noun (adj.) holding, containing (-˚) MN.i.11 (ahi kaṇṭaka˚; cp ādhāna & kaṇṭaka)
■ (n.) nt. a receptacle Dhp.58…

dhāraka →

pts

adjective noun

  1. bearing, one who holds or possesses Dhp-a.iii.93 (sampattiṃ).
  2. one who knows or remembers AN.ii.97 (˚jātika); AN.iv.296…

dhāreti →

pts

…understand: dhammaṃ to know the Dhamma AN.iii.176; tipiṭakaṃ buddhavacanaṃ to know the 3 Piṭakas Mil.18
■ DN.ii.2; Pp.41…

dhāta →

pts

…in ati Ja.ii.293.

Sk. *dhāyita of dhayati to suck, nourish, pp. dhīta

dhātu →

pts

…cakkhu˚ Vb.71 sq.; mano˚ Vb.175, Vb.182 Vb.301; mano-viññāṇa˚ Vb.87, Vb.89, Vb.175, Vb.182 sq. 3. various: aneka˚ AN.i.22;…

dhīra →

pts

…(dh. sabbaganthapamocano); Dhp.23, Dhp.28, Dhp.177 (opp bāla); Thag.4; Thag.2, Thag.7 (dhammā = tejussadehi ariyamaggadhammehi Thag-a.13);…

dhūmayati →

pts

…+ dh. hadayaṃ); Dhp-a.i.425 (akkhīni me dh. I see almost nothing). pp. dhūmāyita.

Sk. dhūmayati, Denom. fr. dhūma

dhūmāyati →

pts

…+ dh. hadayaṃ); Dhp-a.i.425 (akkhīni me dh. I see almost nothing). pp. dhūmāyita.

Sk. dhūmayati, Denom. fr. dhūma

dhūsara →

pts

adjective dust-coloured Vv-a.335.

Sk. dhūsara, Ags. dust = E. dust & dusk, Ger. dust; see dhvaṃsati & dhunoti & cp. Walde, Lat Wtb. under furo

dina →

pts

…cp.i.51); also as f. duddinī Vin.i.3.

Sk. dina; Lat. nun-dinae (*noven-dinom); Oir. denus; Goth. sin-teins; cp. divasa

dinna →

pts

…taking what is not given, i.e. stealing, adj adinnâdāyin stealing, refraining from which constitutes the 2nd sīla. ‣See under…

disā →

pts

…goodwill is further denoted by uddhaṃ adho tiriyaṃ etc., e.g. DN.i.250 Vb.272; see mettā
■ As a set of 4 or 8…

divasa →

pts

…d. Vv-a.109; apara˚ on another day Pv-a.81. Also repeated divase divase day after day, every day Ja.i.87; Pv-a.3. abl. divasato from the…

divi →

pts

…Kp-a.227; “divibhāvaṃ devattabhāvapariyāpanno ti dibbo” Pv-a.14.

diṭṭha →

pts

…Snp.1086, Snp.1122. 2. known, understood MN.i.486; Snp.761; diṭṭha pañha a problem or question solved Ja.vi.532. See also conclusion of…

diṭṭhi →

pts

view, belief, dogma, theory, speculation, esp. false theory, groundless or unfounded opinion

  1. The latter is rejected by the Buddha as pāpa˚; (AN.iv.172) and pāpikā d. (opp bhaddikā: AN.v.212 sq …

diṭṭhin →

pts

adjective noun one who has a view, or theory, a follower of such & such a doctrine Ud.67 (evaṃ˚ + evaṃ vādin).

dohaḷāyati →

pts

to have cravings (of a woman in pregnancy) Ja.vi.263.

Denom. fr. dohaḷa

dohin →

pts

adjective noun one who milks, milking MN.i.220 sq. = AN.v.347 sq. (anavasesa˚ milking out fully).

dolāyati →

pts

to swing, to move to & fro Ja.ii.385.

Denom. of dolā

domanassa →

pts

…B III.1 a). A synonym of domanassaṃ is appaccaya (q.v.). For defn of the term see Vism.461 Vism.504. The freq. combination…

donī →

pts

…a trough-shaped canoe (cp. Marāthi ḍon “a long flat-bottomed boat made of unḍi wood,” Kanarese ḍoni “a canoe hallowed from…

dosa →

pts

…& lobha) to denote the 3 main blemishes of character. For defn see Vism.295 & Vism.470. Interpreted at Cnd.313 as…

dubbha →

pts

adubbha one who does not do harm, harmless Pv.ii.9#8 (˚pāṇin = ahiṃsakahattha). As nt. harmlessness, frankness, friendliness,…

dubbhati →

pts

…Ja.v.71. Cp. pa˚.

Sk. dabhnoti cp.; J.P.T.S. 1889, 204: dabh (dambh), pp. dabdha; idg. *dhebh, cp. Gr. ἀτέμβω to deceive. Cp. also…

dubbhin →

pts

adjective noun seeking to injure, deceitful; a deceiver, hypocrite Ja.iv.41; Pv.ii.9#8 (mitta˚) Dhp-a.ii.23 (mitta-dūbhin)
■ f. dubbhinī

dudrabhi →

pts

…at the latter passage); Pv-a.189 (variant reading for dundubhi).

another form of dundubhi, cp. duddabha & dundubhya

duhana →

pts

adjective noun one who injures, hurts or deceives; insidious, infesting; a robber, only in pantha a dacoit DN.i.135; DN-a.i.296
■ (nt.)…

duhitika →

pts

…dangers SN.iv.195 (magga). Note. This interpretation may have to be abandoned in favour of duhitika being another spelling of dvīhitika hard to…

dukkha →

pts

…in translation to use half synonyms, no one of which is exact. Dukkha is equally mental & physical. Pain is too predominantly physical, sorrow too…

dukkhin →

pts

adjective noun

  1. afflicted, grieved, miserable SN.i.103 sq., SN.i.129 sq., SN.ii.282 (+ dummano), SN.iv.78; AN.iii.57.
  2. a loser in the game…

dukkhita →

pts

…ābādhiko d. bāḷha-gilāno); DN.ii.24; SN.i.149; SN.iii.11 = SN.iv.180 (sukhitesu sukhito dukkhitesu dukkhito); SN.v.211; MN.i.88; MN.ii.66;…

dukkhīyati →

pts

to feel pain, to be distressed Dhp-a.ii.28 (= vihaññati).

Sk. duḥkhīyati & duḥkhāyati Denom. fr. dukkha; cp. vediyati & vedayati

dundubhi →

pts

kettle-drum, the noise of a drum, a heavy thud, thunder (usually as deva in the latter meaning) Pv.iii.3#4; Ja.vi.465; Pv-a.40, Pv-a.189 (variant…

dunoti →

pts

*Dunoti

to burn, see der, dava, dāva & dāya.

dussati →

pts

…(q.v.). See also dosa1 & dosaniya; & pa˚.

Sk. duṣyati, Denom. fr. pref. duḥ (du˚); pp. duṣṭha, caus. dūṣayati

dutiyaka →

pts

adjective noun

  1. the second, following, next Ja.i.504 (˚cittavāre); ˚ṃ a second time MN.i.83
  2. a companion; only in f. dutiyikā a wife or…

duṭṭha →

pts

adjective noun spoilt, corrupt; bad, malignant, wicked Vin.iii.118; SN.ii.259 SN.ii.262; SN.iv.339; AN.i.124 (˚âruka), AN.i.127 (id.), AN.i.157…

duṭṭhulla →

pts

…is wicked & that which is not Vin.v.130;

  • -āpatti a grave transgression of the Rules of the Order, viz. the 4 Pārājika…

dvaya →

pts

adjective noun

  1. twofold Snp.886 (saccaṃ musā ti dvayadhammaṃ); Dhp.384; Pv.iv.1#29 (dvayaṃ vipākaṃ = duvidhaṃ Pv-a.228)- advaya

dvi →

pts

…####

  1. Based on natural phenomena it denotes the solar year (dvādasamāsako saṃvaccharo Vv-a.247).
  2. Connected with the solar cult it is used…

dvāra →

pts

…Sdhp.356
■ That d. cannot be used for an inner door see Vin.ii.215; on knocking at a d. see DN-a.i.252; cp. Dhp-a.i.145 (dvāraṃ…

dvīhitika →

pts

…Toevoegselen

i.122
Note. Bdhgh’s expln is highly speculative, & leaves the problem still unsolved. The case of…

dāma →

pts

…usually -˚, viz. anoja-puppha Ja.i.9; Ja.vi.227; olambaka˚ Vv-a.32; kusuma˚ Ja.iii.394 gandha˚ Ja.i.178; Vv-a.173, Vv-a.198;…

dāna →

pts

…in liberality, a liberal donor (defined by Buddhaghosa as: yaṁ dānaṁ deti tassa pati hutvā deti na dāso na sahāyo DN-a.i.298) DN.i.137…

dāni →

pts

adverb now, Vin.i.180; Vin.ii.154; SN.i.200, SN.i.202; SN.ii.123; SN.iv.202; Ja.ii.246; Mil.11, etc.

shortened form for idāni,…

dāpeti →

pts

…damnum (expense fr. *dapnom). See also dātta & dāna

Dāpeti2

to cause to run Ja.ii.404.

Sk. drāvayati & drapayati, Caus. to;…

dāra →

pts

…the wife of another MN.i.404 sq.; Dhp.246 Dhp.309; Snp.396 (parassa d.) Pv-a.261.

Sk. dāra (m.) & dārā (f.), more freq. dārā…

dārā →

pts

…the wife of another MN.i.404 sq.; Dhp.246 Dhp.309; Snp.396 (parassa d.) Pv-a.261.

Sk. dāra (m.) & dārā (f.), more freq. dārā…

dāsa →

pts

…pabbājetabbo the slave cannot become a bhikkhu); DN.i.72; MN.ii.68 (fig. taṇhā˚); Ja.i.200, Ja.i.223; Ja.iii.343 (bought for 700…

dāsī →

pts

…the possessions of a slave Vin.iii.136.

Sk. dāsī, cp. dāsa. Nom. pl. dasso for dāsiyo Ja.iv.53; in compounds dāsi˚

dātar →

pts

… ■ adātā one who does not give, a miser Pv.ii.8#2; otherwise as na dātā (hoti) AN.ii.203; Iti.65.

Sk. dāṭr, n. ag. of dadāti to give;…

dāya →

pts

…inflammable substance; to dunoti (to burn) caus dāvayati, cp. Gr. δαίω (to burn) & P. dava1

Dāya2

a gift, donation;…

dāyajja →

pts

…who inherits Vin.iii.66 (pituno of the father).

  • -upasampadā, lit. the Upasampadā by way of inh., a particular form of…

dāyaka →

pts

…(usually—˚); (n.) a donor, benefactor; a munificent person MN.i.236f. AN.i.26 AN.i.161 AN.ii.64 AN.ii.80 AN.iii.32 AN.iii.336 AN.iv.81…

dāyikā →

pts

…(usually—˚); (n.) a donor, benefactor; a munificent person MN.i.236f. AN.i.26 AN.i.161 AN.ii.64 AN.ii.80 AN.iii.32 AN.iii.336 AN.iv.81…

dāyāda →

pts

…DN.iii.83
adāyāda not having an heir SN.i.69; Ja.v.267. See dāyajja & dāyādaka.

Sk. dāyāda = dāya + ā-da receiving the…

dīgha →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) long DN.i.17; MN.i.429; SN.i.104 (˚ṃ addhānaṃ); Snp.146, Snp.633 (opp. rassa); Dhp.60 Dhp.409; Pv.i.10#11 (˚ṃ…

dīpa →

pts

…(id.), SN.iv.315 (maṃ˚, not to dīpa1), SN.v.372; AN.i.55 sq. (+ tāṇa etc.); Snp.501 (atta˚ selfreliant self-supported, not…

dūbha →

pts

adubbha one who does not do harm, harmless Pv.ii.9#8 (˚pāṇin = ahiṃsakahattha). As nt. harmlessness, frankness, friendliness,…

dūbhati →

pts

…Ja.v.71. Cp. pa˚.

Sk. dabhnoti cp.; J.P.T.S. 1889, 204: dabh (dambh), pp. dabdha; idg. *dhebh, cp. Gr. ἀτέμβω to deceive. Cp. also…

dūra →

pts

…farrenowned Pv.ii.8#2;

  • -vihāra (-vuttin) living far away Snp.220.

Sk. dūra, Ved. duva (stirring,…

dūsaka →

pts

adjective noun corrupting, disgracing, one who defiles or defames; a robber, rebel AN.v.71 (bhikkhunī˚); Ja.ii.270; Ja.iv.495; Snp.89 (kula˚ one…

dūsin →

pts

adjective noun = dūsạka, in magga˚; (cp. pantha-dusaka) a highway robber Snp.84 sq

Sk. dūṣin

eka →

pts

…(-nikāya) is another title for Anguttarika-nikāya Mil.392.

  • -ūna one less, minus one usually as 1st

ekaccika →

pts

adjective single, not doubled (of cloth, opp. to diguṇa) Ja.v.216 (˚vasana = eka-paṭṭa-nivattha).

fr. ekacca

ena →

pts

pronoun [fr. pron. base *ē̆, cp. e-ka; to this cp. in form & meaning Lat. ūnus, Gr.; οἰνός, Ohg. ein, Oir. ōin only used in acc. enaṃ…

esati →

pts

…strive for Snp.592 (esāno ppr. med.), Snp.919; Dhp.131.

ā + iṣ1 with confusion of iṣ1 and iṣ2,…

etarahi →

pts

adverb now, at present DN.i.29, DN.i.151, DN.i.179, DN.i.200; DN.ii.3; Ja.i.215 (opp. tadā), Ja.iii.82; Ja.vi.364 (instead of paccuppanna).

Sk….

etta →

pts

adverb there, here Pv.i.5#6 (sic; cp. Kp-a.254 note).

= Sk. atra, see also ettha

ettaka →

pts

…Mil.18 (alaṃ ettakena enough of this much); Dhp-a.i.90 (enough this much), Dhp-a.i.93, Dhp-a.i.399 (pl. ettakā); Dhp-a.ii.54 (only one),…

ettha →

pts

…this place; also temporal “now”, & modal “in this case, in this matter” DN.ii.12; SN.v.375; Dhp.174; Snp.61, Snp.171, Snp.424 Snp.441,…

eva →

pts

…e. just one), Ja.ii.160 (attano e. his very own). 2. eva often appears with prothetic (sandhi-)y as yeva, most frequently after i…

eḷaka →

pts

…(˚pādaka-pītha, why not “having feet resembling those of a ram”? Cp. Vin Texts iii.165 “a chair raised on a pedestal”); DN.i.166;…

gabbha →

pts

…gabbhaseyyaṃ “he does not go into another womb,” of an Arahant Snp.29, Snp.152 Snp.535; Vv.53#24; and gabbhaseyyaka (adj.) one who enters…

gaccha →

pts

…Dhp-a.iv.78 (-mūla).

not = Sk. kaccha, grass-land, as Morris, J.P.T.S. 1893, 16. The passage Ja.iii.287 stands with gaccha variant…

gacchati →

pts

…gaccha dāni go away now! Ja.ii.160 gaccha re muṇḍaka Vism.343; gacchāhi go then Ja.i.151, Ja.i.222; mā gami do not go away! Ja.iv.2;…

gaddūhana →

pts

…59, 60; Rh D. J.R.A.S. 1903, 375.

Derivation unknown; Sk. dadrūghna

gaggara →

pts

…of a lake at Vism.208 See note on gala.

Vedic gargara throat, whirlpool. *gṷer to sling down, to whirl, cp. Gr. βάραχρον, Lat….

gaha →

pts

…Iti.112 (gharaṃ esino gahaṭṭhā) Dhp.404 = Snp.628; Snp.43 (gharaṃ āvasanto, see Cnd.226 for explanation), Cnd.90, Cnd.134…

gahana →

pts

…only in a˚ clear, unobstructed, free from obstacles Vv.18#7 (akanataka +); Mil.160 (gahanaṃ a kataṃ the thicket is cleared). 2. nt….

gahapati →

pts

…see above
Note. The gen. sg. of gahapati is ˚ino (Ja.i.92) as well as-issa (Vin.i.16; DN.iii.36). 3. Single cases of…

gahapatika →

pts

adjective noun belonging to the rank or grade of a householder, a member of the gentry, a man of private means (see gahapati)…

gahaṇī →

pts

…qualities of a brahmin or a noble DN.i.113, DN.i.115, DN.i.137 (gahaṇī expl. as kucchi DN-a.i.281) AN.i.163, AN.iii.154, AN.iii.223; Snp.p.115….

gala →

pts

…to 1. Animate N.: the snorting grunting noise of the Pachyderms & related quadrupeds (elephant, op. P. koñca, kuñjara; pig, boar)- 2….

gamana →

pts

…lokass’ anto = one cannot walk to the end of the world); Dhp.178 (saggassa going to heaven); Snp.40, Snp.691, cp. vāraṃ˚; Ja.i.62;…

gamanīya →

pts

…one) ought to go; in a˚ not to be gone to (+ ṭhāna) Vv-a.72. 2. as grd. to gameti: in bhogā pahāya gamanīyā (riches that have) to be…

gambhīra →

pts

…Ja.i.196 2. fig of knowledge & wisdom: dhammo g. duddaso… MN.i.487; SN.i.136; Tathāgato g. appameyyo duppariyogāho MN.i.487; parisā g….

gandha →

pts

…gifts to the Sangha), under Nos. 5–14 (anna-pāna-vattha-yānamālā-gandhā-vilepana-seyy-âvasatha-padīpeyya): SN.iii.252 Cnd.523 =…

gantha →

pts

…composition, text, book (not with ref. to books as tied together, but to books as composed, put together. See gantheti 2).

*…

ganthati →

pts

…& Gantheti

  1. to tie, knot, bind, fasten together: kathaṃ mittāni ganthati “how does he bind friends” SN.i.214; Snp.185; mālaṃ…

gantheti →

pts

…& Gantheti

  1. to tie, knot, bind, fasten together: kathaṃ mittāni ganthati “how does he bind friends” SN.i.214; Snp.185; mālaṃ…

garahati →

pts

…mā garahittha “do not blame the blameless” SN.i.240; DN.i.161 (tapaṃ to reject, disapprove of); DN.iii.92, DN.iii.93 (aor. garahi,…

garu →

pts

…k˚) to esteem, respect, honour usually in series sakkaroti g˚ māneti pūjeti Vin.ii.162; MN.i.31; DN.i.91; AN.iii.76; AN.iv.276; Cnd.334 (on…

garuka →

pts

…a grievous offence, see above. As terasa g-˚ino at Mil.310.

from garu

garutta →

pts

the fact of being honoured or considered worthy of esteem, honourableness AN.v.164 sq.

gata →

pts

…(q.v.).
agata not gone to, not frequented: ˚ṃ disaṃ (of Nibbāna) Dhp.323; purisantaraṃ ˚ṃ mātugāmaṃ “a maid who has…

gathita →

pts

…giddha)-agathita (agadhita) not fettered (by desire without desire, free from the ties of craving (+ m˚, a˚ SN.ii.194, SN.ii.269; AN.v.181;…

gati →

pts

…no course, no access, in agati tava tattha there you have no access SN.i.115. 2. = duggati, a wrong…

gatin →

pts

…samparāye suggatī going to a happy existence after death Vin.ii.162 = Ja.i.219 saggaṃ sugatino yanti “those who have a happy fate (because…

gaḷa →

pts

…(expl. by apāyaṃ gacchati).

same as gala, see note on prec.

gaḷagaḷāyati →

pts

…(cp. halāhalasadda ibid.).

= gaggarāyati, see note on gala

gaḷati →

pts

…to well up, to flow out; see note on gala and cp. also jala water

  1. to drip, flow, trickle (trs. & intr.) Vin.i.204 (natthu g.); MN.i.336…

gaḷayati →

pts

to drip, to drop, in assukāni g. to shed tears Snp.691.

denom. to gaḷa in sense of gaḷati 1

gaṇa →

pts

…into contact with one another Dhp-a.i.162.

Vedic gaṇa; *ger to comprise, hold, or come together, cp. Gr. ἀγείρω to collect,…

gaṇeti →

pts

gaṇetuye <
■ Bv.iv.28
caus gaṇāpeti MN.iii.1. 2. to regard, to take notice of, to consider, to care for Ja.i.300…

gaṇḍa →

pts

…of 1 swelling, knot, protuberance, and 2 the interstice between two knots or the whole of the knotty object i.e. stem, stalk

gaṇṭhi →

pts

  1. a knot, a tie, a knot or joint in a stalk (of a plant) Ja.i.172; DN-a.i.163; Dhp-a.i.321 (˚jātaṃ what has be come knotty or hard)
    ■…

gaṇṭhikā →

pts

…(˚jāta = gaṇṭhijāta knotty part), Dhp-a.i.394. 2. a block (or is it knot?) Vin.ii.136 (? + pāsaka; cp. Vin. Texts iii.144), Vin.v.140….

gedhita →

pts

greedy, in gedhita-mano greedyminded Pv.ii.8#2; as nt. greed, in der. gedhifatta (syn of gedhikatā) Cnd.585.

pp. of gijjhati

ghamma →

pts

heat; hot season, summer. Either in loc. ghamme Ja.iv.172 (= gimha-kāle); Pv.iv.5#3 ghammani (“in summer” or “by the heat”) SN.i.143; Ja.iii.360 (sampareta overcome by heat); Snp.353; Ja.iv.239; Ja.v …

ghara →

pts

…in consequence of a poisonous drink (expl. as suffering fr. the results of sorcery) Vin.i.206 (cp. Vin. Texts ii.60); -visa

ghasa →

pts

adjective noun eating, an eater; in mahagghasa a big eater AN.v.149 (of the crow); Dhp.325; Mil.288.

ghañña →

pts

adjective noun killing, destroying (-˚) see *atta*˚.

fr. Sk. ghana to han, cp. ghānya & hatya

ghaṭa →

pts

…pot Ja.ii.104; Pv-a.55.

Non-Aryan?

Ghaṭa2

masculine & feminine multitude, heap, crowd, dense mass, i.e. thicket, cluster….

ghaṭati →

pts

…Dhtp gives two roots ghaṭ; of which one is explained by “ghāṭane” (No. 554), the other by “īhāyaṃ,” i.e. from exertion (No. 98)

ghaṭeti →

pts

…freq. in anusandhiṃ ghaṭetvā adding the connection (between one rebirth & another) Ja.i.220, Ja.i.308.

Denom. fr. ghaṭa2, cp….

ghaṭikā →

pts

…Ja.i.346. Cp. gaṇḍikādhāna.

to ghaṭa2, orig. meaning “knot,” cp. gantha & gaṇṭhi, also;…

ghaṭṭa →

pts

…a man of medium height does not knock his head (against the ceiling)“; of uncertain meaning (“beating”?) at Ja.i.454 (variant reading for T….

ghaṭṭeti →

pts

to strike, beat, knock against, touch; fig. to offend, mock, object to.

  1. lit. MN.ii.4 (jannukena; text reads ghatteti, variant reading ghaṭeti);…

ghora →

pts

…to *gher, *ger, see note on gala & cp. ghuru A root; ghur is given by Dhtp.487 in meaning of “bhīma,” i.e. horrible
■ Rel. to…

ghosanā →

pts

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

ghoseti →

pts

to proclaim, announce; cry aloud, wail, shout Ja.ii.112; Ja.iii.52; Pv.ii.9#37 (= uggh˚); Pv.iv.6#3; pp. ghosita & ghuṭṭha (q.v.)
caus…

ghosita →

pts

  1. proclaimed, renowned, Pv-a.107 (= ghuṭṭha); Vv-a.31 (nakkhattaṃ). As Npl Ghositārāma Dhp-a.i.53, Dhp-a.i.161, Dhp-a.i.208.
  2. [n. ag….

ghuru-ghuru →

pts

…expression of snoring & grunting noise in -passāsa (& ˚in) snoring & breathing heavily, panting, snorting &…

ghurughurāyati →

pts

to snore Ja.iii.538; Dhp-a.i.307. Cp. Prk. ghurughuranti varāhā (grunting hogs) & ghurukkanti vagghā (roaring tigers).

Denom. fr. prec.

ghuṭṭha →

pts

proclaimed, announced; renowned Ja.i.50 (of festival), Ja.i.425 (nakkhattaṃ); Ja.ii.248 (ussava); Pv.ii.8#2 (dūra˚ of wide renown, world-famed…

ghāna →

pts

…an odour by means of the nose; or in ghana-viññeyyā gandhā odours which are sensed by the nose). In the enum. of the senses gh. is always…

ghātaka →

pts

…Pp.56 (maccha˚)
■ As noun: (m.) one who slays, an executioner: go˚ a bull-slaughterer MN.i.244, etc. (see go) cora˚ an…

ghāteti →

pts

…have somebody killed Ja.iv.124
■ Cp. ghacca, ghātita āghāteti.

Denom. fr. ghāta, cp. Sk. ghātayati to han

ghātin →

pts

adjective noun killing; a murderer Ja.i.168 (pāṇa˚); Ja.vi.67 (ghātimhi = ghātake).

gihin →

pts

…DN.iii.167) & gihino (DN.iii.174); n. pl. gihī; in compounds gihī˚ & gihi˚; (usually the latter). gihī agāraṃ ajjhāvasantā…

gilati →

pts

…adane; cp. gala throat, Ohg. kela, E. gullet; see note on gala

gimhāna →

pts

adjective noun of summer, summerly, the summer season AN.iv.138 (+ hemanta & vassa); Snp.233 (gimhānamāse); Vv-a.40 (variant reading). On terms…

gini →

pts

…extinguished); Ja.iv.26. Note. The occurrence of two phonetic representatives of one Vedic form (one by diaeresis & one by contraction is…

giri →

pts

…Geogr.* 462. It does not occur in the Avadānas;

  • -rājā king of the mountains, of Mount Sineru Mil.21, Mil.224; *…

girā →

pts

…giraṃ) Ja.ii.134.

Vedic gir & gēr, song; gṛṇāti to praise, announce gūrti praise = Lat. grates “grace”; to *ger

go →

pts

…I. gocara Literal ###

  1. (noun-m.) pasture, lit. “a cow’s grazing,” search after food; fodder, food, subsistence
    1. of animals:…

golomika →

pts

…is based on pop. etym. go + loma ika “cow-hair-like,” the discrepancy being that go does not mean goat.

inverted diaeretic form fr….

gotrabhū →

pts

…who, as converted, was no longer of the worldlings (puthujjanā), but of the Ariyas, having Nibbāna as his aim. It occurs in a supplementary…

gotta →

pts

…nāma (name & lineage, or nomen et cognomen): nāmagottaṃ Vin.i.93; Vin.ii.239; DN.i.92 (expl. at DN-a.i.257 paññatti-vasena nāmaṃ…

guru →

pts

adjective noun venerable, reverend, a teacher Vv-a.229, Vv-a.230 (˚dakkhiṇā a teacher’s fee); Pv-a.3 (˚janā venerable persons) Sdhp.227…

gutta →

pts

…Dhp.257, observer of the Norm (expl. Dhp-a.iii.282: dhammojapaññāya samannāgata) cp. dhammagutta SN.i.222.

*…

guḷa →

pts

…molasses Vv-a.179.

Non-Aryan?

Guḷa3

a cluster, a chain (?), in maṇi˚; a cluster of jewels, always in simile with ref….

guṇa →

pts

…mālāguḷa → mālāguṇa; cp. Sk. guṇikā tumour: guḷa and gaḷa veḷu: veṇu, and note on gala

Guṇa2

a woodworm…

guṇaka →

pts

adjective having a knot at the end, thickened at the top (with ref. to kāyabandha, see guṇa 1a) Vin.ii.136, cp. Vin. Texts

guṇi →

pts

…having guṇas or guḷas, i.e. strings or knots

gādhati →

pts

…“the four elements have no footing DN.i.223 = SN.i.15
■ Dhamma-Vinaye gādhati “to stand fast in the Doctrine & Discipline” SN.iii.59…

gāheti →

pts

to understand, to account for DN-a.i.117.

v. denom. fr. gāha

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 …

gāmika →

pts

  1. a governor of a village, overseer of a parish Vin.i.179; AN.iii.76, AN.iii.78, AN.iii.300 (in series w. raṭṭhika pettanika, senāpatika,…

gārayha →

pts

…pādaṃ gārayhaṃ mosallaṃ); Snp.141; Ne.52; Snp-a.192. ; not to be blamed Ja.vi.200 (spelt aggarayha).

grd. of garahati

gāthā →

pts

…Angas or divisions of the Canon (see navanga Satthu sāsana). Pl gāthā Snp.429; Ja.ii.160; gāthāyo Vin.i.5, Vin.i.349; DN.ii.157 gāthāya…

gāvī →

pts

gāviyā (Pp.56 = AN.ii.207); nom. pl. gāviyo (Snp-a.323; Vv-a.308); gen. pl. gāvīnaṃ Dhp-a.i.396; Snp-a.323; Vv-a.308)
■ A cow…

gīvā →

pts

…to *gṷer to swallow, as signifying throat: see note on gala for etym.

gūtha →

pts

…into kūṭa˚?).

Sk. gūtha; probably to Lat. bubino, see Walde, Lat. Wtb. s. v.

hadaya →

pts

…hṛd = Av. ƶərədā, not the same as Lat. cor(dem), but perhaps = Lat. haru entrails (haruspex). See K.Z. xl.419].the heart.

  1. the…

haliddā →

pts

…SN.ii.101; Kp-a.64; -rāga like the colour of turmeric, or like the t. dye, i.e. not fast quickly changing & fading Ja.iii.148 (of citta),…

haliddī →

pts

…SN.ii.101; Kp-a.64; -rāga like the colour of turmeric, or like the t. dye, i.e. not fast quickly changing & fading Ja.iii.148 (of citta),…

halāhala →

pts

…Vism.57; Thag-a.287.

onomat.; cp. Sk. halāhala

Halāhala2

neuter uproar, tumult Ja.i.47 sq.; Mil.122. Cp….

hanati →

pts

…Snp.705.
ppr a-hanaṃ not killing DN.i.116; hananto Ja.i.274.
fut hanissati Ja.iv.102; hañchati Ja.iv.102; hañchema Ja.ii.418. …

handa →

pts

…allons, voilà: well then, now, come along, alas! It is constructed with 1st pres. & fut., or imper, 2nd person DN.i.106,…

harita →

pts

…Pv-a.158), and its connotation is not fixed
■ Vin.i.137; DN.i.148; SN.i.5; Ja.i.86, Ja.i.87; Ja.ii.26, Ja.ii.110; Pv.ii.12#10 (bank of…

harāyati →

pts

…“don’t worry”).

Denom. fr. hiri (= hrī), cp. Vedic hrī to be ashamed, Pres. jihreti
■ The Dhtp (438) gives roots hiri & hara;

hassa →

pts

adjective noun ridiculous Snp.328; (nt.)

  1. laughter, mirth DN.i.19; Snp.926; DN-a.i.72; Pv-a.226; Dhp-a.iii.258; Mil.266.
  2. a joke, jest hassā…

hatthin →

pts

…sq (Nālāgiri) = Ja.v.335 (nom. sg. hatthī; gen. hatthissa) DN.i.5; AN.ii.209; Ja.i.358; Ja.ii.102; Dhp-a.i.59 (correct haṭṭhi!),…

haṃsana →

pts

adjective noun bristling, see lomahaṃsa Snp.270 etc.

fr. hṛṣ

hetu →

pts

…are almost identical as synonyms, e.g. n’atthi hetu n’atthi paccayo DN.i.53; aṭṭha hetū aṭṭha paccayā DN.iii.284 sq.; cp. SN.iii.69…

heṭhaka →

pts

adjective noun one who harasses, a robber Ja.iv.495, Ja.iv.498. Cp. vi˚.

fr. heṭheti

heṭṭhā →

pts

…the lower nostril Ja.i.164.

  • -bhāga lower part Ja.i.209, Ja.i.484.
  • -mañce underneath the bed…

hi →

pts

…Pv-a.70, Pv-a.76. In verse Ja.iv.495. h’etaṃ = hi etaṃ; no h’etaṃ not so DN.i.3. hevaṃ =…

hikkā →

pts

hiccup Sdhp.279.

cp. Epic Sk. hikkā, fr. hikk to sob; onomat.

hima →

pts

…Dhs-a.317
■ (nt.) ice, snow Ja.iii.55.

  • -pāta-samaya the season of snow-fall Vin.i.31, Vin.i.288; MN.i.79; Ja.i.390; Mil.396. *…

himavant →

pts

adjective snowy Ja.v.63 (= himayutta C.). (m.) Himavā the Himālaya: see Dict. of Names.

hima + vant

hinati →

pts

to send; only in cpd. pahiṇati.

hi, hinoti

hita →

pts

…desiring another’s welfare, well-wishing MN.ii.238; SN.iv.359; SN.v.157; ˚tā seeking another’s welfare, solicitude…

hiṃsā →

pts

injury, killing Ja.i.445; Dhtp.387. hiṃsa-mano wish to destroy Dhp.390. Opp. .

Vedic hiṃsā

huhuṅka →

pts

…(= nis + h.) not grumbly (or proud), gentle Vin.i.3; Ud.3. Thus also Kern

Toevoegselen

i.137; differently Hardy in J.P.T.S.

huraṃ →

pts

…in the other world, in another existence. As prep. with acc. “on the other side of,” i.e. before Snp.1084; Mnd.109; usually in connection…

hālidda →

pts

adjective dyed with turmeric; ; undyed, i.e. not changing colour Ja.iii.88; cp. Ja.iii.148.

fr. haliddā

hāna →

pts

…sq.

  • -bhāgiya conducive to relinquishing (of perversity and ignorance) DN.iii.272 sq.; AN.ii.167; Ne.77; Vism.85.

fr….

hārin →

pts

…a˚*.

fr….

hāsu →

pts

…in meaning “of bright knowledge” (i.e. hāsa + paññā), wise, clever The syn. javana-pañña points to a meaning like…

hīna →

pts

…(exalted, decent, noble), e.g. Vin.iv.6; Ja.i.20, Ja.i.22; Ja.iii.218; Vb-a.410; or in graduated sequence *hīna (→ majjhima) →…

icchati →

pts

…& icchita;* (q.v.). Note. In prep
■ compounds the root iṣ2 (icchati) is confused with root iṣ1 (iṣati,…

ida →

pts

…Vb.365; Vism.518; etc 2. now, then which idha is more freq.) DN.ii.267, DN.ii.270, almost syn. (for with kira 3. just (this), even so, only:…

idaṃ →

pts

…Vb.365; Vism.518; etc 2. now, then which idha is more freq.) DN.ii.267, DN.ii.270, almost syn. (for with kira 3. just (this), even so, only:…

iddhi →

pts

…the recorded wonder. And now for nearly two thousand years we have no further instances Various points on Iddhi discussed at Dial. i.272, 3;…

idha →

pts

…place, in this connection, now; esp. in this world or present existence Snp.1038, Snp.1056, Snp.1065; Iti.99 (idh ûpapanna reborn in this…

idāni →

pts

indeclinable now Dhp.235, Dhp.237; Kp-a.247.

Vedic idānīṃ

ijjhati →

pts

…See also aḍḍha2 & aḍḍhaka. Cp. sam˚.

Vedic ṛdhyate & ṛdhnoti; Gr. α ̓́λχομαι to thrive, Lat. alo…

inda →

pts

…then being built up. He is not only quite different from Indra, but is the direct contrary of that blustering, drunken god of war. See the…

indriya →

pts

…thought “I shall come to know the unknown”, 2. aññ˚ (= aññā) gnosis, 3. aññātā-v˚; one who knows

■ Jīvitindriya (no….

isi →

pts

…DN-a.i.266 (gen isino); Sdhp.200, Sdhp.384. See also mahesi. 2. (in brahmanic tradition) the ten (divinely) inspired singers or…

issati →

pts

…(q.v.).

denom. fr. issā. Av. areṣyeiti to be jealous, Gr. ε ̓́ραται to desire; connected also with Sk. arṣati fr….

issā →

pts

Issā1

feminine jealousy, anger, envy, ill-will DN.ii.277 (˚macchariya); DN.iii.44 (id.); MN.i.15; SN.ii.260; AN.i.95, AN.i.105 (˚mala), AN.i.299; AN.ii.203; AN.iv.8 (˚saññojana), AN.iv.14 …

itara →

pts

…used as adv. of one kind or another in every way, anyhow [cp. BSk. itaretara Mvu.iii.348 and see Wackernagel Altind. Gram. II. Ś 121 c.]…

iti →

pts

…so & so (opp. abhava not becoming) Vin.ii.184 (˚abhava); DN.i.8 (ip = iti bhavo iti abhavo DN-a.i.91); AN.ii.248; Iti.109 (id.); syn. with…

ito →

pts

…ref. to time from here, from now, hence (in chronological records with num. ord. or card., with ref. either to past or future)

  1. referring to…

ittha →

pts

…existence and one of another kind, or existence here (in this life) and in another form“ (cp. itibhāva & itthatta Snp.729, Snp.740 =…

itthatta →

pts

…this (earthly) state (not “thusness” or “life as we conceive it”, as Mrs. Rh. D. in K. S. i.177; although a confusion between ittha…

itthi →

pts

…pl. itthinaṃ); Ja.ii.415 (nom. pl. thiyo), Ja.v.397 (thi-ghātaka), Ja.ii.398 (gen. dat. itthiyā), Ja.v.425 (nom pl. itthiyo); Vb.336, Vb.337;…

itthī →

pts

…pl. itthinaṃ); Ja.ii.415 (nom. pl. thiyo), Ja.v.397 (thi-ghātaka), Ja.ii.398 (gen. dat. itthiyā), Ja.v.425 (nom pl. itthiyo); Vb.336, Vb.337;…

iṇa →

pts

…promissory note Ja.i.230; Ja.iv.256.

  • -mokkha release from debt Ja.iv.280; Ja.v.239. *…

jaddhu →

pts

only in composition as ; not eating, abstaining from food. -ka one who fasts MN.i.245; -māra death by starvation Ja.vi.63 (=…

jaggati →

pts

…watch over, i.e. to tend, to nourish, rear, bring up Ja.i.148 (dārakaṃ), Ja.i.245 (āsīvisaṃ).

= jāgarati, Dhtp.22 gives jagg as root in…

jagghati →

pts

ghar. for *jaghrati. See note on gala. Kern compares Ved. jakṣati, Intens of hasati (

Toevoegselen

under anujagghati); Dhtp.31 jaggh

jahati →

pts

…abandon, lose; give up, renounce forsake. Ster. expln at Cnd.255 (and passim): pajahati vinodeti byantikaroti anabhāvaṃ gameti….

jahāti →

pts

…abandon, lose; give up, renounce forsake. Ster. expln at Cnd.255 (and passim): pajahati vinodeti byantikaroti anabhāvaṃ gameti….

jajjara →

pts

…Ja.i.59 (jarā˚); Thag-a.212; Pv-a.63 (˚bhāva, state of being old)- ; not fading (cp. amata & ajarāmara), of Nibbāna…

jalana →

pts

noun adjective burning Pgdp.16.

Sk. jvalana

janaka →

pts

…it represents another jānikā, viz. deception, as shown by syn. māyā & B.Sk. janikā Lal.541; Kern,

Toevoegselen

p....

janana →

pts

…(saṃvega˚ dẹsanā); mother (cp. janettī) Ja.iv.175; Pv-a.79. Note. jananā DN-a.i.310 is misprint for janatā.

to janati

janapada →

pts

…AN.v.101.

jana + pada, the latter in function of collective noun-abstract: see pada 3

janati →

pts

…= jāta = (g)nātus; Lat. gigno, natura, natio; Goth knōps & kunps; Cymr. geni, Ags. cennan, Ohg. kind etc.

Janati2

to make a sound…

jappati →

pts

…also abhijjappati & pa˚.

not, as customary, to jalp, Sk. jalpati (= japati), but in the meaning of desire, etc., for cappati to capp as in…

jarā →

pts

…pāliccaṃ valittacatā āyuno saṃhāni indriyānaṃ paripāko“ DN.ii.305 = MN.i.49; SN.ii.2 = Cnd.252 = Dhs.644, cp. Dhs. trsl. p. 195 …

java →

pts

…Ja.iii.25; Ja.vi.244 (mano˚, as quick as thought); Vv.16 (= vegavanto Vv-a.78); Vv-a.6 (sīgha˚).

  • -cchinna without alacrity, slow,…

javana →

pts

…In this connection javana is taken in its equally fundamental sense of “going” (not “swiftness”), and the “going” is understood as…

jañña →

pts

…of (good) birth, excellent, noble, charming, beautiful MN.i.30 (jaññajañña, cp. MN.i.528); Ja.ii.417 (= manāpa sādhu). ; Ja.ii.436.

=…

jaṭā →

pts

…braided hair, a matted topknot SN.i.117;

  • -ājina braided hair & an antelope’s hide (worn by ascetics) Snp.1010 (˚dhara), cp. above…

je →

pts

exclamation: oh! ah! now then! Vin.i.232, Vin.i.292 (gaccha je); MN.i.126; Vv-a.187, Vv-a.207; Dhp-a.iv.105.

jeguccha →

pts

…Thag.1056; Pv-a.78, Pv-a.192 (asuci +). Cp pari˚
■ a˚ not despised Snp.852; Thag.961.

sec. der. fr. jigucchā

jeṭṭha →

pts

…for ˚apacāyikā (f.) honour to… Cnd.294, & -apacāyitar DN.iii.70, DN.iii.71, DN.iii.145, DN.iii.169 -māsa Name of a…

jhāma →

pts

adjective noun burning, on fire, conflagration, in -khetta charcoal-burner’s field Ja.i.238; Ja.ii.92; -aṅgāra a burning cinder Pv-a.90….

jhāna →

pts

…will be seen that there is no suggestion of trance, but rather of an enhanced vitality. In the descriptions of the crises in the religious…

jighacchā →

pts

…= chāta); Mil.204, Mil.304; Sdhp.118, Sdhp.388 Cp. khudā & chāta.; Note. A diff. spelling as dighacchā occurs at AN.ii.117.

from…

jigucchā →

pts

…jigucchabībhaccha-dassana detestable & fearful-looking Pv-a.56.; Note. A diff. spelling, digucchā, occurs at Dhs-a.210.

jina →

pts

…dhammā tasmâhaṃ Upaka jino ti Vin.i.8 = MN.i.171; Vin.v.217; Snp.379, Snp.697, Snp.989, Snp.996. magga˚ conqueror of the Path Snp.84 sq.;…

jivhā →

pts

…a bad tongue (of a poisonous snake) AN.iii.260 2. psychologically: the sense of taste. It follows after ghāna (smell) as the 4th sense in the…

joti →

pts

…science of the stars astronomy: one of the 6 Vedic disciplines: see chaḷanga cp. jotisā.

Sk. jyotis (cp. dyuti) nt. to dyotate, see…

jotimant →

pts

adjective luminous, endowed with light or splendour, bright, excellent (in knowledge) Snp.348 (= paññājoti-sampanna Snp-a.348).

joti + mant,…

jotisā →

pts

astronomy Mil.3.

= Sk. jyotiṣa (nt.)

jāgara →

pts

…wide awake, well aware, cautious Snp.972 (cp. rakkhita-mānasāno in same context v. 63) Dhp.29.

fr. jāgarti

jāla →

pts

…ñāṇa the net of knowledge Vv-a.63; Dhp-a.iii.171. bhumma (vijjā) “earthly net,” i.e. gift of clearsight extending over the earth…

jālin →

pts

adjective noun “having a net,” ensnaring, deceptive:

  1. lit. a fisherman Ja.ii.178
  2. fig. usually in f -inī of tanhā (ensnarer, witch)…

jāmātar →

pts

…the case where there is no son and the husband goes to live in the wife’s family, a bīna marriage. More likely fr. ldg *gem, to marry….

jāna →

pts

adjective knowing or knowable, understandable Ja.iii.24 (= jānamāna). dujjāna difficult to understand DN.i.170, DN.i.187;…

jānana →

pts

…to know), Vism.436 (= pajānana). Cp. ājānana. ajānana not knowing (˚-) Ja.v.199; Ja.vi.177; not known Ja.i.32…

jānanaka →

pts

adjective knowing Dhs-a.394.

Sk. *jñānaka, cp. jānana & Sk. jānaka (c. gen.) expert Avs.ii.119, 120, as n. ib. i.216

jānanatā →

pts

the fact of knowing, knowledge Kp-a.144.

abstr. fr. jānana

jānapada →

pts

adjective noun belonging to the country, living in the c.; pl. country-folk (opp. negamā townsfolk) DN.i.136, DN.i.142; MN.ii.74; Ja.ii.287,…

jānāti →

pts

…icchasi kāmesi? Whom you know not neither have seen, is it she that you love and long for? DN.i.193; Bhagavā jānaṃ jānāti passaṃ passati…

jāta →

pts

…adj. or a pp. implied in the noun: cuṇṇakajātāni aṭṭhikāni (= cuṇṇayitāni) MN.iii.92; jālakajāta in bud AN.iv.117; chandajāta =…

jātaka →

pts

…of a book in the Pāli canon, containing the verses of 547 such stories. The text of this book has not yet been edited. See Rh. Davids’…

jāti →

pts

…to some dukkha) 2. as Nos. 1–4: Cnd.254, Cnd.494#b Ja.i.168, etc 3. as Nos. 1, 2, 4 (the standard quotation implying the whole series…

jātimant →

pts

…(vaṇṇārohena sampanno jātimā viya khattiyo); Ja.i.342 (jātimanta-kulaputtā). Of a precious stone: maṇi veḷuriyo subho j.˚…

jātu →

pts

…Snp.152, Snp.348 (no ce hi jātu); Ja.i.293 Ja.i.374; Ja.iv.261; Ja.v.503. Na jātucca at Ja.vi.60 is apparently for na jātu ca.

Vedic…

jīrati →

pts

…mā jīri “old age may not get old,” or “the law of decay may not work”); Vism.235 (where id. p. DN.ii.30 reads jīyati); Dhp-a.i.11…

jīrayati →

pts

…mā jīri “old age may not get old,” or “the law of decay may not work”); Vism.235 (where id. p. DN.ii.30 reads jīyati); Dhp-a.i.11…

jīreti →

pts

…wages: bhatiṃ ajīrāpetva not working off the w. Ja.ii.309, Ja.ii.381; jīrāpeti as “destroy” at Thag-a.269 in…

jīrāpeti →

pts

…wages: bhatiṃ ajīrāpetva not working off the w. Ja.ii.309, Ja.ii.381; jīrāpeti as “destroy” at Thag-a.269 in…

jīva →

pts

…body one thing and the soul another?) see DN.i.157, DN.i.188; DN.ii.333, DN.ii.336, DN.ii.339; SN.iv.392 sq.; MN.i.157, MN.i.426 sq. AN.ii.41

jīvana →

pts

living, means of subsistence, livelihood Pv-a.161. Spelt jīvāna (variant reading jīvino) (adj.) at Ja.iii.353 (yācana˚).

jīvati →

pts

…jīvati, cp. jinoti (jinvati); Dhtp.282: pāṇadhāraṇe *gei̯é = Gr. βίομαι & ζώω, ζ ̈ην; Lat….

jīvaṃ-jīvaka →

pts

Jīvaṃ-jīvaka

(m. onom.) name of a bird, a sort of pheasant (or partridge?), which utters a note sounding like jīvaṃ jīva DN.iii.201;…

jīyati →

pts

…Ja.i.468; mā jīyi do not be deprived of (ratiṃ) Ja.iv.107. Koci kvaci na jīyati mīyati (cp. jāyati) DN.ii.30; cakkhūni jīyare the…

ka →

pts

…nassati kassaci kammaṃ “nobody’s trace of action is lost” Snp.666; kassaci kiñci na (deti (he gives) nothing to anybody Vv-a.322;…

kacchapa →

pts

tortoise, turtle SN.iv.177 (kummo kacchapo); in simile of the blind turtle (kāṇo k.) MN.iii.169 = SN.v.455; Thig.500 (cp J.P.T.S. 1907, 73, 174)
■ f. kacchapinī a female t Mil.67.

  • *-[lakkhaṇ …

kacchā →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.389.

derivation unknown, cp. Sk. kakṣā, Lat. cohus, incohare & see details under gaha1

Kacchā2

feminine &…

kacci →

pts

…doubt whether, I hope, I am not sure, etc. Vin.i.158, Vin.i.350; DN.i.50 (k. maṃ na vañcesi I hope you do not deceive me), DN.i.106; SN.iii.120,…

kaccid →

pts

…doubt whether, I hope, I am not sure, etc. Vin.i.158, Vin.i.350; DN.i.50 (k. maṃ na vañcesi I hope you do not deceive me), DN.i.106; SN.iii.120,…

kad →

pts

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

kaddama →

pts

…muddy, full of mud Dhp-a.i.333.

Derivation unknown. Sk. kardama

kadā →

pts

…from time to time, every now and then Ja.i.216; Ja.iv.120; Dhs-a.238; Pv-a.253. -kadāci karahaci at some time or other, at times AN.i.179;…

kahāpaṇa →

pts

…sum Ja.iv.138; Ja.i.483) A nominal fine of 1 k. (= a farthing) Mil.193
■ ekaṃ k˚ pi not a single farthing Ja.i.2; similarly…

kakaca →

pts

…tooth of a saw, DN-a.i.37 (kakaca-danta-pantiyaṃ kīḷamāna).

onomat. to sound root kr̥, cp. note on gala; Sk. krakaca

kakkara →

pts

…118 K˚-Jātaka, N˚ 209.

onomat, cp. Sk. kṛkavāku cock, Gr. κέρκας, κερκίς, Lat. querquedula, partridge; sound-root kr̥ see note…

kakkhaḷa →

pts

…Ja.iv.427. Akakkhaḷa not hard or harsh smooth, pleasant Dhs-a.397. -vacata, kind speech ibid. (= apharusa ˚vācatā mudu˚;).

*…

kakkāreti →

pts

to make the sound kak, to half choke Ja.ii.105.

*kaṭ-kāreti to make kaṭ, see note on gala for sound-root kr̥ & cp. khaṭakhaṭa

kakudha →

pts

…Dhp-a.iv.153. Note. On pakudha as twin-form of ka˚ see Trenckner, J.P.T.S. 1908, 108.

-phala the fruit of…

kalaha →

pts

…to increase the tumult, noise Ja.v.412; Dhp-a.iii.255
; harmony accord, agreement SN.i.224; mahā˚ a serious quarrel, a row…

kalakala →

pts

…any indistinct and confused noise Mhbv.23 (of the tramping of an army); in -mukhara sounding confusedly (of the ocean) ibid….

kalla →

pts

…Mil.25
. 1 not well, unfit Thig.439, cp. Thag-a.270. 2 unbecoming, unbefitting DN.ii.68; Ja.v.394.

kalya-rūpa →

pts

Kalya-rūpa

pleased, glad Snp.680, Snp.683; not pleased Snp.691.

kalyāṇa →

pts

… ■ not pronouncing or reciting clearly DN.i.94. DN.i.122;

  • -tā the fact of being of good and pleasing address…

kalā →

pts

…nâgghati soḷasiṃ “not worth an infinitesimal portion of” = very much inferior to SN.i.19; SN.iii.156 = SN.v.44 = Iti.20; AN.i.166…

kalāyati →

pts

to have a measure, to outstrip Ja.i.163 (taken here as “trick, deceive”).

Denom. fr. kalā

kama →

pts

…a course on all sides unobstructed Sdhp.425; vaḍḍhana˚ process of development Bdhd 96 paṭiloma˚ (going) the opposite way Bdhd 106; cp….

kamaṇḍalu →

pts

…with long spout used by non-Buddhist ascetics SN.i.167; Ja.ii.73 (= kuṇḍikā); Ja.iv.362, Ja.iv.370; Ja.vi.86, Ja.vi.525, Ja.vi.570…

kambala →

pts

…that it was a product of the north, probably Nepal (cp. J.P.T.S. 1889, 203); enumerated as one of the 6 kinds of cīvaras together w. *koseyya &…

kamma →

pts

…act (either the object or phenomenon acted, produced, i.e. the deed as objective phenomenon, or the process of acting, i.e. the deed as subjective…

kammaniya →

pts

…body AN.iv.335
; not ready, sluggish AN.iv.333; Vism.146
kammañña-bhāva the state of being workable, readiness, of kāya…

kammanta →

pts

…by kāya˚ vacī ˚mano˚ AN.v.292 sq.; Vv-a.130 (in parisuddha-kāya-kammantatā); dhammikā k˚ā MN.ii.191; ākiṇṇa-k˚ (evam-)…

kammanīya →

pts

…body AN.iv.335
; not ready, sluggish AN.iv.333; Vism.146
kammañña-bhāva the state of being workable, readiness, of kāya…

kammañña →

pts

…body AN.iv.335
; not ready, sluggish AN.iv.333; Vism.146
kammañña-bhāva the state of being workable, readiness, of kāya…

kammika →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (-˚) one who does or looks after; one whose occupation is of such & such a character: āya˚; revenue-overseer, treasurer…

kammāra →

pts

…The smiths in old India do not seem to be divided into black-, gold-and silver-smiths, but seem to have been able to work equally well in iron,…

kammāsa →

pts

…Vism.51
not spotted, i.e. unblemished, pure, said of moral conduct DN.ii.80; AN.ii.52; AN.iii.36, AN.iii.572; AN.vi.54,…

kampa →

pts

…trembling, shaking; tremor DN-a.i.130 (paṭhavi˚); Sdhp.401; ; (adj.) not trembling unshaken; calm, tranquil Sdhp.594; Mhvs.15,…

kampati →

pts

…(˚citta Ja.ii.337; ; not trembling, unhesitating, steadfast Ja.vi.293.

kamp to shake Dhtp. 186: calane; p. pres. kampanto, kampaṃ,…

kampiya →

pts

adjective in ; not to be shaken, immovable, strong Thig.195; Mil.386; (nt.) firmness said of the 5 moral powers (balāni) DN-a.i.64.

grd. of…

kandala →

pts

Name of a plant with white flowers Ja.iv.442
■ makuḷa knob (?) of k. plant Vism.253 (as in description of sinews).

kandara →

pts

…at DN-a.i.209 (as a mountainous part broken by the water of a river; the etym. is a popular one, viz. “kaṃ vuccati udakaṃ; tena…

kandaḷa →

pts

Name of esculent water lily, having an enormous bulb DN.i.264.

kandita →

pts

adjective weeping, lamenting Dāvs iv.46; a˚ not weeping Ja.iii.58. (n. nt.) crying, lamentation Ja.iii.57; Mil.148.

pp. of kandati

kanha →

pts

…sq.; Ne.232. akaṇha 1 not dark, i.e. light, in -netta with bright eyes, Esp of King Pingala-netta Ja.ii.242 in contrast with Māra…

kaniya →

pts

…Sk….

kaniṭṭha →

pts

… ■ akaniṭṭha “not the smaller” i.e. the greatest, highest; in akaniṭṭhagāmin going to the highest gods (cp. parinibbāyin)…

kanta →

pts

…in the opinion of the ignorant) Snp.399. DN.ii.265; DN.iii.227 (ariya˚); Ja.iii.264; Ja.v.447; with reference to the fruit of action as giving…

kantāra →

pts

adjective noun difficult to pass, scil. magga, a difficult road, waste land, wilderness, explained as nirudaka īriṇa Vv-a.334 (on Vv.84#3),…

kapaṇa →

pts

adjective noun

  1. poor, miserable, wretched; a beggar; freq explained by varāka, duggata, dīna and daḷidda; very often classed with low-caste…

kapiñjala →

pts

wild bird, possibly the francolin partridge Kv.268; Ja.vi.538 (B.B. kapiñjara).

Derivation unknown. Sk. kapiñjala

kappa →

pts

…(“sabbe pi magga-samangino puggalā ṭhita-kappino.” -ṭṭhiya- = prec. AN.v.75; Ja.i.172, Ja.i.213; Ja.v.33; Mil.109 Mil.214….

kappeti →

pts

…the meaning of accompanying noun), to make, get up, carry on etc (= Fr. passer), viz. iriyāpathaṃ to keep one’s composure Thag.570;…

kappika →

pts

…kāla (id.) at Ja.i.222; as noun the men of the first Age Ja.ii.352. 2. In compounds… pubbanta˚ and aparanta the ika˚ belongs to the whole cpd….

kappiya →

pts

…as lawful (that which is not) AN.i.84; ; opp. ibid -˚tā the imagining as lawful (that which is not) appl. to kukkucca Dhs.1160 ;…

kappūra →

pts

…plant Ja.vi.537 2. the resinous exudation, the prepared odoriferant substance (cp. kaṭukapphala Ja.ii.416 = Dhp-a.iii.475; Mil.382; Dāvs…

kara →

pts

…(a) difficult to do, not easy, hard arduous SN.i.7; SN.iv.260; AN.i.286; AN.iv.31, AN.iv.135; AN.v.202 + durabhisambhavo Snp.429 Snp.701;…

karaka →

pts

…could have been the original meaning. The coconut was not cultivated, perhaps not even known, in Kosala at the date of the rise of Pali and…

karavīka →

pts

…= DN.iii.144 = DN.iii.173 = MN.ii.137, etc.; cp. Dial. ii.17 n and BSk. kalaviṅka-manojña-bhāṣin Sp. Avs.i.371 (Index p. 225, where…

karaṇa →

pts

…Ne.81; Pv-a.59; Dhs-a.127; non-undertaking (of business) Ja.i.229; noncommission MN.i.93; abstaining from Dhs.299.

*…

karaṇīya →

pts

…= Vin.iii.20; Pv-a.64 4. not to be “done,” i.e. not to be overcome or defeated DN.ii.76; AN.iv.113 5. having nothing to do Vin.i.154.

2….

kareṇu →

pts

…q.v., cp. Sk….

kari-paribandha →

pts

…Thag.1152 Kari here is abbrev. of karīsa2 (see note ad loc.).

= karīsa-paribaddha

karoti →

pts

…to place before, i.e. to honour Pv.iii.7#1
■ Note phrase kiṃ karissati what difference does it make? (Cp. Ger. was macht’s) DN.i.120 or…

karuṇā →

pts

…K˚-sahagatena cetasā denotes the exalted state of compassion for all beings (all that is encompassed in the sphere of one’s good influence:…

karuṇāyati →

pts

…expl. by Nd ii.as anuddayamāno anurakkh anuggaṇh˚ anukamp˚); Vb.273; Vism.314. Der. -āyanā compassionateness Vb.87 = Vb.273 (and…

kasambu →

pts

anything worthless, rubbish, filth, impurity; fig. low passions SN.i.166; Snp.281 = Mil.414 = AN.iv.172; Vism.258 (maṃsa˚), Vism.259 (parama˚).

  • -jāta one whose nature is impurity …

kata →

pts

…Passive
Note. In the case of the noun being incapable of functioning as verb (when primary), the object in question is…

katatta →

pts

…to, on account of“ Mil.275; Dhs-a.262; Mhvs.3, Mhvs.40. -akatattā through non-performance of, in absence or in default…

kataññu →

pts

…(separate akata-ññu) knowing the Uncreated, i.e. knowing Nibbāna Dhp.97, Dhp.383; Dhp-a.ii.188; Dhp-a.iv.139
■ akataññu-rūpa (&…

kathana →

pts

…Cp. kathita- akathana not talking or telling Ja.i.420; Ja.vi.424; not speaking fr. anger Ja.iv.108; Dhp-a.i.440.

*…

kathaṃ →

pts

…(explained DN-a.i.211: “not saying how and how is this?”); MN.i.108; Iti.49; Snp.534 Snp.635, Snp.868, Snp.1064; in phrases…

katheti →

pts

…(Mil.22, cp. Trenckner, Notes 122);
ppr Pass. kathīyamāna & kacchamāna (AN.iii.181);
grd kathetabba, kathanīya & kaccha,

  1. to speak,…

kathika →

pts

…AN.iv.153 dhamma˚; Ja.i.148; Ja.iii.342; Ja.iv.2 (˚thera); Ja.vi.255 (mahā˚) as noun a preacher, speaker, expounder AN.iii.174…

kathā →

pts

…talk a bhikkhu should not indulge in enumerated in full at DN.i.7 = DN.i.178 = DN.iii.36 & passim (e.g. SN.v.419: corr. suddha˚ to…

kattabba →

pts

…(nt.) that which ought not to be done Ja.v.402 kattabb’ ākattabba to be done and not to be done Ja.i.387. kattabba-yuttaka 1 (adj.)…

kattar →

pts

…Ja.vi.313, Ja.vi.492 Note. At Ja.v.225 & Ja.vi.302 the voc. is katte (of a-decl.) cp. also nom. ˚katta for ˚kattā in salla-katta. 4….

kattara →

pts

…Ja.iii.299. -suppa a winnowing basket Vin.i.269 = Dhp-a.i.174 (˚e pakkhipitvā sankāra-kūṭe chaḍḍehi). Kattari & i

cp. Sk. kṛtvan…

kattha →

pts

…Ja.iv.341
na k. nowhere MN.i.424; Mil.77; Vv-a.14.

  • -ṭhita fig. in what condition or state? DN.ii.241…

kattikā →

pts

…Name of a month (Oct
■ Nov.), during which the full moon is near the constellation of Pleiades It is the last month of the rainy season,…

katāvin →

pts

adjective noun one who has done (what could be done), used like katakicca to denote one who has attained Arahantship SN.i.14;…

kavāṭa →

pts

…˚ṃ ākoṭeti to knock at the door DN.i.88 (= DN-a.i.252); Vin.ii.208
akavāṭaka (adj.) having no doors, doorless…

kaya →

pts

…(see also Kp.vii.6 and note). -vikkaya (kraya vikraya) buying selling, trade in ˚paṭivirata DN.i.5 = AN.ii.209 =…

kañcuka →

pts

…(of leather); Dāvs v.14 4. a case, covering, encasement; of one pagoda encasing another: Mhvs.i.42.

from kañc (kac) to bind, cp. Gr….

kaññā →

pts

…καινός, Vedic kanyā, Lat. re-cen(t)s, Ags. hindema “novissimus.” See also kaniṭṭha

kaṃsa →

pts

…whether brass was known in the Ganges valley when the earlier books were composed; but kaṃsa may have meant metal

kaṅgu →

pts

…of (boiled) millet meal Vism.418 (in simile).

derivation unknown, prob. non-Aryan, cp. Sk. kangu

kaṅka →

pts

…kanka, to sound-root kn̊, cp. kinkiṇī & see note on gala

kaṅkhin →

pts

…MN.i.18; AN.ii.174; Snp.510 2. longing for Pgdp.106 (mokkha˚)
akaṅkhin not doubting, confident, sure (cp. akaṅkha) DN.ii.241;…

kaṅkhā →

pts

…one who possesses right knowledge (vijjā), in combinations akankha apiha anupaya SN.i.181; akhila a. Snp.477, Snp.1059; Cndi; cp. vitiṇṇa…

kaṅkhāyati →

pts

to doubt, pp. Kaṅkhāyita Snp.1021.

Denom. fr. kankhā

kaṅkuṭṭhaka →

pts

kind of soil or mould, of a golden or silver colour Mhvs.326. (see note on Mhvs.355).

cp. Sk. kankuṣṭha

kaṇaya →

pts

…of a spear Ja.i.329 (like…, of a beak).

Derivation unknown, cp. Sk. kaṇaya = kaṇapa

kaṇikā →

pts

…pūvaṃ pacitvā). 2. a small spot, a freckle, mole, in ; (adj. having no moles DN.i.80, and sa˚; with moles DN.i.80 (cp…

kaṇḍa →

pts

…cane between one knot and another; the whole stalk or shaft; the shaft of an arrow, an arrow in general MN.i.429 (two kinds of arrows: kaccha &…

kaṇḍuvana →

pts

…cp. Dhātumañjūsā no. 416 kaṇḍūvana. 2. scratching, scraping MN.i.508; Ja.ii.249 (appl. to bad…

kaṇḍuvati →

pts

…to scratch, rub, scrape AN.ii.207; Ja.vi.413; Pp.56.

Denom. fr. kaṇḍu. Sk. kandūyati

kaṇṇa →

pts

…karṇa, orig. not associated with hearing, therefore not used to signify the sense (sota is used instead; cp. akkhi → cakkhu), but…

kaṇṭaka →

pts

…peaceful DN.i.135; also not difficult, easy, happy, bringing blessings (of the right path) AN.v.135; Vv.18#7; Vv-a.96
■…

kaṭa →

pts

…hurdle

Kaṭa2

another form of kaṭi (hip), only used in compounds:

kaṭhati →

pts

…kuṭṭhita.

Sk. kvathati; cp. Goth. hvapo scum, hvapjan to seethe. The Dhātumañjūsā (no. 132, ed. Andersen Smith) comments on; kaṭh with…

kaṭhina →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) hard, firm, stiff Cp.ii.2; Dhs.44, Dhs.45 (where also der. f. abstr. akaṭhinatā absence of rigidity, combined with…

kaṭuka →

pts

…(pañca˚) Ja.vi.509

Note. Is k. to be written instead of kadukkha at Vv-a.316, where it explains maraṇa? Cp. Ja.iii.201 tesaṃ taṃ…

kaṭṭha →

pts

…of a prosperous place (cp. Xenophon’s πόλις οἰκουμένη εὐδαίμων καπόλις οἰκουμένη εὐδαίμων και…

kebuka →

pts

…at similar passage p. Ja.iii.189.

on ke-see note to prec.

kedāra →

pts

J.P.T.S. 1908, 112. Note. The prefix ke-suggests an obsolete noun of the meaning “water,” as also in kebuka ke-vaṭṭa; perhaps…

kesa →

pts

-kalāpā (pl. (atimanohara˚) beautiful tresses Pv-a.46; -kalyāṇa beauty of hair Dhp-a.i.387
■ kārika…

kevala →

pts

…go to heaven? kevalaṃ mano-pasāda-mattena only by purity of mind Dhp-a.i.33; kevalaṃ vacchake balava-piyacittatāya simply by the strong…

kevalin →

pts

…s.v.; of dhammacakka AN.ii.9; see also Snp.490, Snp.595
akevalin not accomplished, not perfected Snp.878, Snp.891.

fr. kevala

keḷanā →

pts

…kela khela = calane. Another passage is Cnd.585, where it is combined with parikeḷanā and acts as syn. of…

keḷi →

pts

…the meaning is not quite defined it may be taken as “attachment, lust, desire,” or “selfishness, deceit” (cp. kerāṭika &…

keḷāyati →

pts

…fr. kīḷ in meaning “to amuse oneself with,” i.e. take a pride in. Always combined with…

keṭubha →

pts

…So in BSk; Avs.ii.19; Divy.619.

deriv. unknown

keṭubhin →

pts

MN-a.152 (on MN.i.32) has “trained deceivers (sikkhitā kerātikā); very deceitful false all through”; MN.iii.6 = AN.iii.199.

deriv. unknown

khacita →

pts

…trappings interwoven with gold“ Vv-a.104; of a chair, inlaid with pearls Ja.i.41; of a canopy embroidered with golden stars Ja.i.57.

pp….

khagga →

pts

…Mhvs.25, Mhvs.90. 2. a rhinoceros Ja.v.406 (= gavaja); Ja.v.416; Ja.vi.277 (˚miga), Ja.vi.538. In cpd. -visāṇā (cp. BSk…

khajja →

pts

adjective noun to be eaten or chewed, eatable, solid food, usually in cpd. -bhojja solid and other food, divided into 4 kinds,…

khallaka →

pts

…(?) Vin.i.186 (see Bdhgh. note on it Vin Texts ii.15). Also as khalla- baddhâdibhedaṃ upāhanaṃ at Pv-a.127 in expln of…

khalu →

pts

…or negative: indeed not Vism.60 (= paṭisedhan’ atthe nipāto). -pacchābhattika (adj.) = na p˚: a person who refuses food offered…

khaluṅka →

pts

…sq.; as a horse which cannot be trusted and is inferior to an ājānīya (a thoroughbred AN.v.166. Three kinds at AN.i.287 sq. = AN.iv.397 sq….

khama →

pts

…na paccakosati “not to shout back at him who shouts at you” AN.ii.152 sq.; cp. Ne.77; classified under the four paṭipadā at…

khamati →

pts

…me na khamati “I do not approve of” MN.i.497 sq.; na khamati “it is not right” DN.ii.67. 3. to be fit for, to indulge in, to approve…

khandha →

pts

…is kāmadhātu-pariyāpanno: Vb.409 the 4 arūpino kh˚ discussed at Pts.ii.74, also at Vb.230 Vb.407 sq. (grouped with what is apariyāpanna). …

khantika →

pts

adjective acquiescing in-, of such and such a belief, in añña˚; belonging to another faith combined with aññadiṭṭhika and aññarucika DN.i.187; MN.i.487.

fr. prec.

khatta →

pts

…pi māretvā attano va attho kāmetabbo ti “even at the expense of killing father and mother is wealth to be desired for oneself”),…

khattiya →

pts

…SN.i.98. Wealth does not come into consideration at all. Only a very small percentage of the khattiyas were wealthy in the opinion of that…

khaya →

pts

…idh’ eva khayaṃ attano Snp.626 = Dhp.402; khayaṃ virāgaṃ amataṃ paṇītaṃ Snp.225-In exegesis of rūpassa aniccatā: rūpassa…

khaḷopī →

pts

…Mil.107.

and khalopi, also kalopī, q.v. Cp. Trenckner Notes, p. 60, possibly = karoṭi

khaṇa →

pts

…(nadī) āramati “there is no moment, no inkling, no particle of time that the river stops flowing” AN.iv.137 (as simile of eternal flow of…

khaṇḍa →

pts

…by piece, consisting of nothing but bits, in kh ˚ṃ chindati to break up into fragments AN.i.204 (of māluvālatā); AN.ii.199 (of…

khaṇḍati →

pts

to break, Dhp-a.iv.14; pp. khaṇḍita broken, Pv-a.158 (-kaṇṇo = chinnakaṇṇo).

khaṇḍeti →

pts

to renounce, to remit, in vetanaṃ ˚etvā Ja.iii.188.

v. denom. fr. khaṇḍa

khaṭakhaṭa →

pts

the noise of hawking or clearing one’s throat: -sadda Vin.i.188; Dhp-a.iii.330; cp. khakkhaṭa (variant reading…

kheda →

pts

adjective subject to fatigue, tired Vv-a.276
■ As noun “fatigue” at Vism.71.

Sk. kheda fatigue, khedati; perhaps to Lat. caedo

khetta →

pts

…farm cp. Haus und Hof), to denote objects of trade, etc DN.i.5 (explained at DN-a.i.78: khetta nāma yasmiṃ pubbaṇṇaṃ rūhati, vatthu nāma…

kheḷa →

pts

…in meaning “calana. The latter (khela) has of course nothing to do with kheḷa

khila →

pts

…Snp.973. akhila (adj.) not fallow, unobstructed, open-hearted cittaṃ susamāhitaṃ… akhilaṃ sabbabhūtesu DN.ii.261; SN.iv.118; in…

khipita →

pts

…DN.i.50; Dhp-a.i.250.

pp. of khipati = that which is thrown out; acc. to Trenckner Notes p. 75 for khupita fr. kṣu to sneeze; possibly a…

khitta →

pts

…not upset, not deranged, undisturbed in qualities required of a brahmin w. ref. to his genealogy: yāva sattamā…

kho →

pts

…a negation: na kho indeed not Ja.ii.111; no ca khv’ āssa AN.v.195; mā kho Ja.i.253
■ Often combined with pana: na…

khudda →

pts

…sikkhāpadāni* the minor observances of discipline, the lesser & minor precepts Vin.ii.287 = DN.ii.154; Vin.iv.143; AN.i.233; cp….

khuppipāsā →

pts

…& thirst: ˚āya mīyamāno MN.i.85. Personified as belonging to the army of Māra Snp.436 = Nd ii.on visenikatvā. To be tormented by hunger &…

khura →

pts

…having a nose like a razor Ja.iv.139;

  • -pariyanta a disk as sharp as a razor, a butcher-knife DN.i.52…

khārī →

pts

-vidha is a distortion of vivadha, which is synonymous with kāja.

and khāri-

khāta →

pts

…Ja.ii.296.

Sk. khāta; pp. of…

khāṇu →

pts

…corrupted in etym. with khaṇati, cp. Trenckner, Notes 58, n. 6

khīlaka →

pts

adjective having sticks or stumps (as obstacles), in a˚ unobstructed Ja.v.203 (= akāca nikkaṇṭaka Ja.v.206).

khīyanaka →

pts

…offence (legal term denoting the falling away from a consent once given) (see khīya) Vin.ii.94 Vin.ii.100;…

khīyati →

pts

…combination with quâsi-synonyms ujjhāyati & vipāceti, both referring to a heated state, fig for anger (cp. kilissati). Thus at Vin.ii.259 &…

khīṇa →

pts

…nâparaṃ itthattāya,“ denoting the attainment of Arahantship (See arahant ii, formula A) Vin.i.35; DN.i.84, DN.i.177, DN.i.203; MN.ii.39;…

kibbisa →

pts

…kilviṣa classed with aparādha at Mvyntp. 245 No. 903

kicca →

pts

…funeral rites Pv-a.74). Note. In compound with kud˚ kicca appears as kuk-kucca (q.v.).

  • -ākiccā pl. (kicca + kicca, see Trenckner,…

kiccha →

pts

…idha vutti yaṃ jano passati kibbisakārī (miserable is the life of one who does wrong) Snp.676 = parihīnattha, in poverty Pv-a.220…

kicchati →

pts

…as sabhāvaṃ vicinanto etāya kicchati kilamati.

v. denom. fr. kiccha, cp. Sk. kṛcchrāyate

kikī →

pts

…Ja.iii.375 (rakkhati); cp. Snp-a.317 (kikī sakuṇikā aṇḍassa upari seti).

onomat. to sound-root kṛ; (see note on gala),…

kila →

pts

…atīte kira with aor. once upon a time… Pv-a.46, etc.; so kira pubbe… akāsi, at one time, you know, he had made… Ja.i.125; sā kira dāsī…

kilamati →

pts

…piṇḍakena kilamati does not go short of food Vin.ii.15, Vin.ii.87; Vin.iv.23 sq. 2. to weary, to be wearied, tired, fatigued; to be in trouble…

kilameti →

pts

to be tired or fatigued Ja.i.115; ppr. kilamayanto DN.i.52
pp kilamita.

denom. fr. kilama

kilesa →

pts

…uddhaccaṃ ahirikaṃ anottappaṃ Dhs.1548 = Vb.341; Vism.683; mentioned at Pts.i.130
■ These with the exception of the last two, are…

kili →

pts

…sound “click,” of the noise of a trap when shutting Ja.i.243; Ja.ii.363, Ja.ii.397 (as “kilī”)
■ Also repeated “kilikilī ti”…

kilijjati →

pts

…to be in trouble, which is not quite in harmony with the meaning; it is more likely that in P. we have a confusion between klid kliś in a…

kilikilāyati →

pts

…See also kiṇakiṇāyati Note.- Kil is one of the variations of the sound-imitating qel, which otherwise appears as…

kilissati →

pts

…snail; Ags. slīm slime. Another, specifically Pali, meaning is that of going bad, being vexed with ref. to a heated state. This lies at the…

kipillaka →

pts

…& pipīlikā.

Cp. Sk. pipīlikā, see Trenckner, Notes, p. 108

kipillikā →

pts

…& pipīlikā.

Cp. Sk. pipīlikā, see Trenckner, Notes, p. 108

kira →

pts

…atīte kira with aor. once upon a time… Pv-a.46, etc.; so kira pubbe… akāsi, at one time, you know, he had made… Ja.i.125; sā kira dāsī…

kirati →

pts

to scatter, strew; not found in simples, only in compounds apa˚, abbhuk˚, abhi˚, ava˚ (o˚), pari˚, vi˚ See also pp.,…

kiriya →

pts

…viriyan ti there is no karma, no after-effect and no vigour in this world AN.i.286 (different at DN.i.53); n’atthi kiriyā it does not…

kiriyā →

pts

…viriyan ti there is no karma, no after-effect and no vigour in this world AN.i.286 (different at DN.i.53); n’atthi kiriyā it does not…

kissava →

pts

…akiñcana, as we suggested under a˚, although this latter does not quite agree with the sense required?

kittaka →

pts

…ettaka & BSk. kettaka (Mvu.i.50); see Trenckner, Notes p. 134

kitteti →

pts

…Pv-a.162. 2. to proclaim, announce, relate, tell

ppr kittento praising Pv-a.159
fut kittayissati in sense of aor Vv.34#5 (= katheti Vv-a.151) …

kitti →

pts

…(bāhira˚-bhāva becoming known outside) yaso kitti Sdhp.234.

  • -sadda the sound of fame, praise, renown (thutighosa…

kittī →

pts

…(bāhira˚-bhāva becoming known outside) yaso kitti Sdhp.234.

  • -sadda the sound of fame, praise, renown (thutighosa…

kiñcana →

pts

…cf. Thig.537 kāme akiñcano “not attached to kāma” as epithet of a khīṇāsava AN.v.232 sq. = AN.v.253 sq. Often combined with anādāna:…

kiṃ →

pts

…in ˚rukkha a tree with unknown (poisonous) fruit Ja.i.271.

  • -rukkha what kind of tree Ja.v.203. *…

kiṅkiṇika →

pts

…a net or fringe of tinkling bells DN.ii.183; Ja.i.32; Dhp-a.i.274.

onomat. formation fr. sound part. kiṇi, see note on gala

kiṇakiṇāyati →

pts

…p. 289; also BSk. kaṭakaṭāyati Lal.251. See taṭataṭayati & note on gala.

= kinkiṇāyati, denom. fr. kinkiṇi, small bell

kiṇi →

pts

…reading kiri; see also kili and note on gala).

klesa →

pts

…uddhaccaṃ ahirikaṃ anottappaṃ Dhs.1548 = Vb.341; Vism.683; mentioned at Pts.i.130
■ These with the exception of the last two, are…

koccha →

pts

…Thag-a.267).

  • -kāra a comb-maker Mil.331 (not in corresp. list of vocations at DN.i.51).

kodha →

pts

…vo kodho ajjhabhavi “let not anger get the better of you” SN.i.240; māno hi te brāhmaṇa khāribhāro kodho dhūmo bhasmani mosavajjaṃ…

koka →

pts

…Ja.vi.525; Mnd.13 = Cnd.420; Mil.267 = Ja.v.416. ˚vighāsa remainder of a wolf’s meal Vin.iii.58.

not = Sk. koka,…

koleyyaka →

pts

adjective of good breed, noble, applied to dogs Ja.i.175; Ja.iv.437. Cp. kolīniyā, and Divy.165: kolikagadrabha a donkey of good breed.

kolāhala →

pts

…sq. viz. kappa˚; (the announcement of the end of the world, cp. Vism.415 sq.), cakkavatti˚; (of a worldking), buddha˚; (of a Buddha),…

komāra →

pts

…treatment of infants (see note on Vin.i.269 at Vin. Texts ii.174). As such it is the cognomen of Jīvaka DN.i.47 (as Komārabhacca…

kopeti →

pts

…rājadhamme akopetvā not disturbing the royal rules Pv-a.161; Ja.ii.366 = Dhp-a.iv.88; kammaṃ kopetuṃ Vin.iv.153 to find fault with a…

korabya →

pts

Np. as cognomen: the descendant of Kuru Ja.ii.371 (of Dhanañjaya).

Sk. kauravya

kosa →

pts

…the membranous cover of the male sexual organ, the praeputium Ja.v.197. The Com explains by sarīra-saṃkhāta k˚. See cpd….

kovida →

pts

…(= Vv-a.73), Vv.63#30 (= Vv-a.269); Mil.344; Sdhp.350
akovida ignorant of true wisdom (dhammassa) SN.i.162;…

koñca →

pts

…a kind of bird Ja.vi.538.

not with Morris, J.P.T.S. 1887, 163 sq. to kruñc. (meaning to bend, cp. Lat. crux, E. ridge), but prob. a…

koṇḍañña →

pts

well-known gotta Ja.ii.360.

koṭacikā →

pts

pudendum muliebre, in conn. with kāṭa as a vile term of abuse Vin.iv.7 (Bdhgh. koṭacikā ti itthinimittaṃ… hīno nāma akkoso).

koṭi →

pts

…its starting-point is not known (to beings obstructed by ignorance) SN.ii.178 = SN.iii.149 Cnd.664 = Kv.29 = Pv-a.166; cp. Bdhd 118 (p.k. na…

koṭṭa →

pts

? breaking, asi-k˚ note on Vin.iv.363 (for asikoṭṭha Vin.iv.171?); ˚aṭṭhi at Vism.254 read koṭṭh˚.

kriyā →

pts

…viriyan ti there is no karma, no after-effect and no vigour in this world AN.i.286 (different at DN.i.53); n’atthi kiriyā it does not…

ku →

pts

…anywhere, with na k˚ nowhere, or: not in anything, in: n’atthi taṇhā k˚ loke “he has no desire for anything in this world” Snp.496…

kuddha →

pts

…AN.iv.93); Pv.i.7#7; Ja.ii.352, Ja.ii.353; Ja.vi.517; Dhp-a.ii.44. Nom. pl. kuddhāse Iti.2 = Iti.7.

pp. of kujjhati

kuheti →

pts

to deceive DN-a.91; ger. kuhitvā deceiving Ja.vi.212.

v. denom. fr. kuha

kujana →

pts

adjective only neg. ; not going crooked, in ratho akujano nāma SN.i.33.

fr. kujati

kukku →

pts

…= Vin.v.172 (cp however Vin. Texts i.154, on Bdhgh’s note = temporary).

cp. Sk. kiṣku?

kukkucca →

pts

…virtues of a muni: k˚ṃ vinodetuṃ AN.v.72; k. pahāya DN.i.71 = AN.ii.210 = Pp.59; chinnakukkucca (adj.) free from remorse MN.i.108;…

kukkuccāyati →

pts

to feel remorse, to worry AN.i.85; Pp.26. Der. are kukkuccāyanā and ˚āyitatta = kukkucca in def. at Dhs.1160 = Cnd. s.v.

denom. fr. kukkucca

kukkuka →

pts

… ■ akukkuka-jāta of enormous height (of a tree) MN.i.233 = SN.iii.141 (text: akukkajāta = SN.iv.167; AN.ii.200 (text: akukkuccakajāta)….

kukkuṭa →

pts

…DN.i.141; AN.ii.42 sq.; Iti.36.

Sk. kurkuṭa & kukkuṭa; onomatopoetic = Lat. cucurio, Ger. kikeriki

kula →

pts

…kule appaṭibaddhacitto not in love with a particular family Snp.65; cp. kule gaṇe āvāse (asatto or similar terms) Nd ii.on taṇhā iv

kullaka →

pts

…consisting of stalks bound together, like a raft Ja.ii.406–Ja.ii.408 (not correct Morris, J.P.T.S. 1884, 78). Cp. Kern

kuppa →

pts

akuppaṃ (nt.) steadfast, not to be shaken, an epithet of arahant and nibbāna (cp. asankuppa); akuppa-dhammo Pp.11 (see…

kuruṅga →

pts

…the antelope deer Ja.i.173 (k˚-jatāka); Ja.ii.153 (do.).

deriv. unknown. The corresponding Sk. forms are kulunga and kulanga

kusa →

pts

  1. the kusa grass (Poa cynosuroides) Dhp-a.iii.484: tikhiṇadhāraṃ tiṇaṃ antamaso tālapaṇṇam pi; Dhp.311; Ja.i.190 (= tiṇa);…

kusala →

pts

adjective

  1. (adj.) clever, skilful, expert; good, right, meritorious MN.i.226; Dhp.44; Ja.i.222 Esp. appl. in moral sense (= puñña), whereas akusala is practically equivalent to pāpa. ekam pi ce pāṇ …

kusi →

pts

…aḍḍha˚ intermediate cross seam ibid. See Bdhgh’s note in Vin. Texts ii.208.

kuthita →

pts

…(+ kiliṭṭha)

■ Cp. Vin. Texts ii.57 on Bdhgh’s note to MV vi.14, 5.

pp. of kuthati

kutūhala →

pts

; (adj.) unperturbed, not shamming Ja.i.387 (expl. by avikiṇṇa-vaco of straight speech) See also kotūhala.

*…

kuñca →

pts

…cornix, corvus; Gr. κρώςω, κραυγή; all of crowing noise; from sound-root k̥r, see note on gala

kuñjara →

pts

…unknown. The sound is not unlike an elephant’s trumpeting & need not be Aryan, which has hasti. The Sk. of the epics & fables uses both h˚…

kuḍḍa →

pts

…nissāya Ja.ii.431 (near another man’s wall) is doubtful; vv. ll S. kuḍḍhaṃ. B. kuṭaṃ and kuṭṭaṃ. (kuḍḍa-) pāda the lower…

kuṅkumiya →

pts

noise, tumult Ja.v.437 (= kolāhala).

kuṭa →

pts

…is to be read at Ja.i.145 for kūṭa (antokuṭe padīpo viya; cp. ghaṭa). Note. Kuṭa at Dhs-a.263 stands for kūṭa3

kāca →

pts

…Vin.ii.112.

Der. unknown. The word first occurs in the Śat Br. & may well be non-Aryan

Kāca2

a pingo, a yoke, a…

kāka →

pts

…like a crow Vin.i.115.

onomat., cp. Sk. kāka; for other onomat. relatives see note on gala

kākacchati →

pts

to snore Vin.iv.355; AN.iii.299; Ja.i.61, Ja.i.160 (= ghurughurûpassāsa; cp. DN-a.i.42 ghurû-ghurûpassāsī); Ja.i.318 Ja.vi.57; Mil.85;…

kākola →

pts

…(pl.) flocks of ravens Snp.675; Vv.52#15 (= Vv-a.227).

Onomat. The Lit. Sk. has the same form

kāla →

pts

…colour-words of black connotation does not need to mean “black,” but may mean simply a kind of black i.e. brown. This depends on the…

kālika →

pts

…usually neg. akālika

  1. not delayed, immediate, in this world, comb. with sandiṭṭhika SN.ii.58; SN.i.117 SN.iv.41 = SN.iv.339 =…

kālīya →

pts

kind of (shiny) sandal wood; so to be read for tālīsa at Vin.i.203 (see note on p. 381).

kāma →

pts

…In connection with synonyms it may be noticed that most of the verbs used in a kāma-context are verbs the primary meaning of which is…

kāmatā →

pts

desire, longing, with noun: viveka˚… to be alone Pv-a.43; anattha˚ Ja.iv.14 with inf. Pv-a.65 (gahetu˚); Ja.iii.362 (vināsetu˚) Mhvs.5,…

kāmin →

pts

…devalokasmiṃ modanti kkāmino“ AN.ii.62 = Iti.112; Thag.242; Ja.iii.154; Pv.ii.1#15; Pv.iii.1#16 (expl. “as enjoying after their hearts…

kāmuka →

pts

adjective noun desiring, loving, fond of; a sweetheart, lover Ja.v.306; Mhbv.3.

cp. Sk. kāmuka

kāpotikā →

pts

…liquor Halāyudha 2, 175, which expresses a diff. notion, i.e. fr. kapi

kāpurisa →

pts

…Thag.495; Ja.ii.42; Ja.vi.437; Pv.ii.9#30 (Pv-a.125 = lāmaka˚); sometimes denoting one who has not entered the Path AN.iii.24; Thig.189.

kad…

kār →

pts

secondary root of karoti, in denom. and intensive function in kāra, kāraka, kāraṇa, kārin, kāreti and their derivations.

kāraṇa →

pts

…Niraya (q.v. under pañca). Not primarily torture (Rh. Davids, Mil trsl. i.254, and others with wrong derivation from kṛṇtati). At…

kāraṇḍava →

pts

…kacavara (q.v.). Rh. D’s note3 loc. cit. is to be modified according to the parallel passages just given.

of uncertain etym., cp….

kāriya →

pts

adjective to be done, neg. akāriya to be undone, (not) to be made good Iti.18.

grd. of kāreti, Caus. of karoti

kātabba →

pts

adjective noun (grd. of karoti) that which ought to, can or must be done (see karoti) Ja.i.264, etc. Also as kattabba Pv-a.30.

kāya →

pts

…in the whole of the Pāli Canon. But there is also another combination found only in the older texts, viz. kayenā vācāya uda cetasā: yañ ca…

kāḷa →

pts

…colour-words of black connotation does not need to mean “black,” but may mean simply a kind of black i.e. brown. This depends on the…

kāṇa →

pts

…turtle“ in the well-known parable of a man’s chances of human rebirth after a state of punishment Thig.500 (= Thag-a.290); Mil.204;…

kūpa →

pts

…in na loma-kūpamattaṃ pi not even a hairroot Ja.i.31; Ja.iii.55; vacca˚; = gūtha˚ Vin.ii.141, Vin.ii.222. As a tank or a well: Ja.vi.213;…

kūṭa →

pts

…cheating, see cpds
Note. kūṭe Ja.i.145 ought to be read kuṭe (antokuṭe padīpo viya cp. ghaṭa).

*…

labhati →

pts

…sg. med.) shall not receive (Sk. alabdha) Ja.iii.138. (c) labhi Snp.994; 1st sg. labhiṃ Thag.218;…

lagga →

pts

alagga unobstructed (lit. not sticking or being stuck to), in phrase ākāso alaggo asatto apatiṭṭhito apalibuddho Mil.388…

laggita →

pts

…laggita, palibuddha*, e.g. Cnd.p.188 (s. v. nissita) cp. No. 107.

pp. of lag(g)ati

lajjati →

pts

…§ 203 against Trenckner, Notes, 6627) Dhp.316. 2. to have regard of (gen.), to consider, to respect Ja.iv.128

caus 2…

lajjin →

pts

…Pp.57; Pv.ii.9#15 (explained as one who is afraid of sin); Mil.373; DN-a.i.70
■ pl. lajjino Vin.i.44.

lakanaka →

pts

…laguḷa etc. Would correspond to Sk. *lagnaka, cp. Trenckner Notes 62; Geiger,

Pali Grammar

§ 39#1

lakkhaṇa →

pts

…recurring phenomenon, padatṭhāna immediate occasion Dhs-a.63 (translation Expos. i.84) cp. Cpd. 13 (where…

lakkheti →

pts

to mark, distinguish, characterize Ne.30
pp lakkhita
■ Cp. upa˚.

Denom. fr. lakkha

lakkhika →

pts

…with appa-puñña of no merit, e.g. SN.v.146 = Ja.ii.59; Vv.50#8 (= nissirīka, kālakaṇṇi Vv-a.212); or pāpa

lakkhiya →

pts

…with appa-puñña of no merit, e.g. SN.v.146 = Ja.ii.59; Vv.50#8 (= nissirīka, kālakaṇṇi Vv-a.212); or pāpa

lamba →

pts

…with large or drooping top-knots); Ja.ii.185 (˚tthana with hanging breasts); Ja.iii.265 (˚cūla-vihangama); Dāvs ii.61
■…

lambati →

pts

…Dhtp defines the root as “ramba lamba avasaṃsane” (No. 199) as does Dhtm.284

lambila →

pts

…Mil.56 (reads ambila).

reading not quite certain, cp. ambila

lapa →

pts

adjective noun talkative, talking, prattling; a talker, tattler, prattler, chatterer AN.ii.26 Thag.959 = Iti.112; Vism.26 (doubled: lapa-lapa)…

lasikā →

pts

…lubricates the joints, synovic fluid Vin.i.202; DN.ii.293; MN.iii.90; SN.iv.111; Snp.196; Ja.i.146; Mil.382. In detail at Vism.264, Vism.362;…

laya →

pts

…with other expressions denoting a short moment, esp. frequent as khaṇa laya muhutta Vin.i.12 Vin.iii.92; AN.iv.137; cp. Dpvs.i.16 (khaṇe…

lañcaka →

pts

…trsld “making known,” “exposition” (cp Sk. lañj to declare], found only at Mil.137 & Mil.217 in cpd….

lañcana →

pts

…with translation “3 stone terraces for offerings of flowers”) though I do not know how to explain or to correct the word used here…

laḷati →

pts

…see pa˚.

lal, onomat. cp. Lat. lallo “lull”; Sk. lalallā; Gr. λάλος talkative; λαλέω talk; Ger. lallen. The Dhtp…

laṅghati →

pts

…Ja.v.472 (langhamāno yāti); Mil.85. 2. to make light of, disregard neglect, transgress Pv-a.15; Vv-a.138
■ Cp. *abhilaṅghati,…

laṇḍa →

pts

…Sk. laṇḍa (dial.). The Dhtm under No. 155 gives a root laḍ in meaning “jigucchana,” i.e….

lekhaka →

pts

one who knows the art of writing, a scribe, secretary Vin.iv.8 (as a profession); Vin.iv.10 (= muddikā & gaṇakā, pl.); Mil.42.

fr. lekha

lekheti →

pts

to (make a) scratch Ja.iv.402
pp lekhita.

Caus. of likhati or Denom. of lekha

lepa →

pts

…Mnd.55 Cnd.271#iii
Note. lasagata at AN.ii.165 read with variant reading as lepa-gata, i.e. sticky
■ Cp….

lepana →

pts

smearing, plastering, anointing Vin.ii.172 (kuḍḍa˚); AN.iv.107 (vāsana˚), AN.iv.111 (id.); Ja.ii.117 Cp. abhi˚, ā˚, pa˚

fr. lip

lesa →

pts

…points out, it occurs in Sk. also in the P. meaning at Mbh v.33, 5 although this is not given in BR
■ As “particle only at Dhtp.444 in…

leyya →

pts

…(id.).

grd. of lih: see…

leḍḍu →

pts

…Vv-a.141
Note. leḍḍūpaka in cuṇṇaṃ vā telaṃ vā leḍḍūpakena etc. at Dhs-a.115 read as…

limpati →

pts

…to cause to be plastered or anointed Mhvs.34, Mhvs.42 (cetiyaṃ ˚āpetvāna).

lip, cp. repa stain, lepa ointment, stain; Gr. λίπος grease,…

liṅga →

pts

…as female, as neither m. nor f.) Vin.iii.35 (purisa˚); Ja.v.197 (˚saṇṭhāna); Kp-a.110 (itthi˚); Snp-a.48 (˚sampatti), Snp-a.51…

liṅgeti →

pts

…See ā˚. 2. to characterize: see ul˚.

Denom. fr. liṅg

loha →

pts

…individual application is not always sharply defined. Its comprehensiveness is evident from the classification of loha at…

lohita →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) red: rarely by itself (e.g. MN.ii.17), usually in compounds e.g. -abhijāti the red species (q.v.) AN.iii.383;…

lohitaṅka →

pts

…refs. Note. The word is not found in Vedic and Class. Sk. a later term for “ruby” is lohitaka. In the older language…

loka →

pts

…alias the 4 mahārājāno Pv.i.4#2; Ja.i.48 (announce the future birth of a Buddha). -byūha “world-array, pl….

lokika →

pts

…whole world, famed, widely known Thag.554; Ja.vi.198. 2. (-˚) belonging to the world of, an inhabitant of (as lokika)…

lokiya →

pts

…whole world, famed, widely known Thag.554; Ja.vi.198. 2. (-˚) belonging to the world of, an inhabitant of (as lokika)…

lola →

pts

alola not greedy, not distracted (by desire), self-controlled SN.v.148; Snp.65.

lolupa →

pts

…Dāvs ii.73. ; not greedy, temperate Snp.165. Cp. nil˚
■ f. lolupā as Name of a plant at Ja.vi.537.

fr. lup, a base of…

loluppa →

pts

…in the fields of sense)- Ja.i.340, Ja.i.429; Dhs-a.365; Vism.61; & with exegetical synonyms; loluppāyanā & loluppāyitattaṃ at Dhs.1059…

lomaka →

pts

…body (see pañcaka) & thus be characteristic of outward appearance. We do not exactly see how the term; caturaṅga is…

lomasa →

pts

…with hair, downy, soft MN.i.305; Pv.i.9#2. At Ja.iv.296 lomasā is explained as pakkhino, i.e. birds; reading however doubtful (vv.ll….

loḷa →

pts

alola not greedy, not distracted (by desire), self-controlled SN.v.148; Snp.65.

ludda →

pts

…(= dāruṇā pisāc’-ādino Vv-a.335); Ja.v.243 (ṭhānaṃ niraya); Sdhp.286. The spelling ludra occurs at Ja.iv.46 = Ja.vi.306, which is…

luḷati →

pts

…rod, rood; root due to onomat. formation. Another form is luṭhati. The Dhtm (117) explains luṭ; by “loṭane” (cp. viloṭana &…

luṭati →

pts

…rod, rood; root due to onomat. formation. Another form is luṭhati. The Dhtm (117) explains luṭ; by “loṭane” (cp. viloṭana &…

lābha →

pts

…no tāta, suladdhaṃ no tāta), Mil.232 (lābhā vata tāsaṃ devatānaṃ); AN.iii.313 (lābhā vata me suladdhaṃ vata me), explained at…

lābhaka →

pts

adj. nt. one who receives; reception; ; not getting, non-receiving Vin.iii.77.

fr. lābha

lāpa →

pts

…also at Ja.ii.59-Another name for quail is vaṭṭaka.

also fr. lap, lit. “talker,” cp. similar…

lāvati →

pts

…usual form, as Caus. of lunāti. lāvati is the simple Pāli formation fr. Another Caus. ii. is lavāpati (q.v.). See also…

lāveti →

pts

…usual form, as Caus. of lunāti. lāvati is the simple Pāli formation fr. Another Caus. ii. is lavāpati (q.v.). See also…

lāyati →

pts

…Dhtp. has a root in meaning “ādāna (No. 370)

līyati →

pts

…līyati; *lei to stick to or cleave: see Walde, Lat. Wtb. s. v. lino, which he separates in meaning fr. *lei to smear, polish

līḷhā →

pts

…(q.v.) which may stand for līḷhā at the passages mentioned although not used of the Buddha.

abstr. of līḷha,…

macca →

pts

adjective noun jāta*.

macchariya →

pts

…which have to be renounced as habits of mind by force of intelligence AN.v.40, AN.v.209; Mil.289; Pv-a.87, Pv-a.124. 2. macchera

macchera →

pts

…which have to be renounced as habits of mind by force of intelligence AN.v.40, AN.v.209; Mil.289; Pv-a.87, Pv-a.124. 2. macchera

maccu →

pts

…SN.i.156; Snp.357 (gen. maccuno), Snp.581 (instr maccunā), Snp.587; Thag.411; Dhp.21, Dhp.47, Dhp.128, Dhp.135, Dhp.150 Dhp.287; Vb-a.100;…

mada →

pts

…by majjanā majjitattaṃ māno… uṇṇati… dhajo sampaggāho ketukamyatā cittassa: same formula, as concluding exegesis of…

madhu →

pts

…“with sweet kernels cannot be accepted. The C. explains rightly by “madhura-phalesu pakkhitta-madhu viya, madhura-phalo hutvā.” *…

madhuka →

pts

adjective noun connected with honey.

  1. (n.) the tree Bassia latifolia (lit. honey tree) Vin.i.246; Ja.v.324, Ja.v.405; Ja.vi.529; Mil.165.
  2. the…

madhuraka →

pts

…hardly correct.

taken as noun also by Winternitz (Rel. gesch. Lesebuch 301) “wohl eine zarte Pflanze mit schwachen Stengel.” F. L….

maga →

pts

…Snp.763, Snp.880; Ja.v.267. 2. a stupid person Ja.vi.206, Ja.vi.371.

another form of miga = Sk. mṛga, cp. Geiger,

Pali Grammar

§ 12#4

magga →

pts

…knowledge of the Path Vb-a.416.

  • -ññū knows the Path Mnd.446.
  • -ṭṭhāna one who stands in the Path,…

maggati →

pts

maggīyati Vb-a.114.

Denom. fr. magga, cp. Sk. margayati. The Dhtp. gives both mag & magg; in meaning “anvesana,” i.e. tracking,…

maghavant →

pts

Name of Indra, or another angel (devaputta) SN.i.221 (voc. maghavā; so read for mathavā), SN.i.229; Dhp.30. Cp. māgha.

cp….

maha →

pts

…a (religious) festival (in honour of a Saint, as an act of worship) Mhvs.33, Mhvs.26 (vihārassa mahamhi, loc.); Vv-a.170 (thūpe ca mahe kate),…

mahallaka →

pts

adjective noun old, venerable, of great age an old man DN.i.90 (opp. taruṇa), DN.i.94, DN.i.114, DN.i.247; Snp.313, Snp.603; Cnd.261 (vuḍḍha m….

mahant →

pts

…anusāsanti ete rājāno nāma)
Note. An acc. sg mahā-mattānaṃ we find at AN.i.154 (formed after the prec. rājānaṃ) …

mahati →

pts

to honour, revere Vv.47#11 (pot. med. 1 pl. mahemase, cp Geiger, P.Gr. § 129; explained as “mahāmase pūjāmase at Vv-a.203). Caus….

mahisa →

pts

…at Mhvs.12, Mhvs.29
Note. The P. pop. etym. is propounded by Bdhgh as “mahiyaṃ setī ti mahiso” (he lies on the ground, that is why…

mahita →

pts

honoured, revered MN.ii.110; Mil.278; Sdhp.276.

pp. of mahati or mahīyati

mahiṃsa →

pts

…at Mhvs.12, Mhvs.29
Note. The P. pop. etym. is propounded by Bdhgh as “mahiyaṃ setī ti mahiso” (he lies on the ground, that is why…

mahī →

pts

mahiyaṃ Dhs-a.62
Note. As mahī is only found in very late P. literature, it must have been re-introduced from Sk. sources, and is…

mahīsa →

pts

…at Mhvs.12, Mhvs.29
Note. The P. pop. etym. is propounded by Bdhgh as “mahiyaṃ setī ti mahiso” (he lies on the ground, that is why…

majjhantika →

pts

midday, noon; used either absolutely Vin.iv.273; SN.iv.240; Ja.v.213 (yāva upakaṭṭha-majjhantikā); Ja.v.291 (read majjhantik âtikamm’…

majjhatta →

pts

…of mind, equanimity almost synonymous with upekkhā: Vism.134, Vism.296 Vb-a.283 (˚payogatā); Dhp-a.ii.214 (˚upekkhā);…

makara →

pts

…with latākamma & pañcapaṭṭhika (q.v.). The meaning is not quite clear.

cp. Epic Sk. makara

makkheti →

pts

to smear, paste, soil, anoint Ja.iii.225, Ja.iii.314; Pp.36; Mil.268; Vism.344; Dhp-a.ii.65
pass makkhīyati Mil.74. Caus. ii. makkhāpeti to…

makkhita →

pts

smeared with (-˚), soiled; anointed MN.i.364 (lohita˚); Ja.i.158 (madhu˚); Ja.iii.226 (piṭṭhi-maddena); Ja.v.71 (ruhira˚); Ja.vi.391.

pp….

makula →

pts

…Vv-a.197 (id.); Vb-a.228, Vb-a.239 (where Vism.256 has makulita, & Kp-a.53 mukulita). 2. a knob Ja.i.31; Ja.ii.90; Vism.253…

mala →

pts

…& fig.), dirt. In the Canon mostly fig. of impurities. On mala in similes see J.P.T.S., 1907, 122
■ SN.i.38 (itthi malaṃ…

mallaka →

pts

…(CV v. i.4) on p. 315 is not quite clear mallakaṃ nāma makara-dantike chinditvā mūllakamūla-saṇṭhānena kata-mallakaṃ vuccati;…

mamaṅkāra →

pts

…selfishness Pv-a.230 In canonic books only in combination with ahaṅkāra mān’ ānusaya; (belief in an ego and bias of conceit) e.g. at…

mammana →

pts

adjective [onomat. cp. babbhara. With Sk. marmara rustling to Lat. fremo to roar = Gr. βρέμω to thud, βροντή thunder, Ger. brummen. Cp….

mamāyati →

pts

…fr. mama, cp. Sk. mamāyate in same meaning (not with Böhtlingk & Roth: envy) at MBh; xii.8051 and Aṣṭas…

mana(s) →

pts

…& manassa;* (-˚)
■ nom. mano freq.; & manaṃ Dhp.96
■ acc. mano Snp.270,…

manasa →

pts

…See also adhimanasa under adhimana.

the-˚ form of mano, an enlarged form, for which usually either ˚mana or ˚mānasa

manatā →

pts

mentality Dhs-a.143 (in expln of attamanatā).

abstr. fr. mano

manda →

pts

…stupid, slow of grasp, ignorant foolish MN.i.520 (+ momuha); Snp.666, Snp.820 (= momūha Mnd.153), Snp.1051 (= mohā avidvā etc. Cnd.498);…

manesikā →

pts

…cintita-jānana-kīḷā DN-a.i.86); Vin.ii.10.

mano + esikā2

mano →

pts

…& manassa;* (-˚)
■ nom. mano freq.; & manaṃ Dhp.96
■ acc. mano Snp.270,…

manta →

pts

…sabba-rāva-jānana˚ (of knowing all sounds, of animals), Ja.iii.415; nidhi-uddharana˚ (of finding secret treasures), Ja.iii.116; catukaṇṇa…

mantar →

pts

manta (nom.) at Snp.455 (akiñcano +), which is explained at Snp-a.402 as mantā jānitvā It is to be noted that for…

manteti →

pts

mantayituṃ). 3. to announce, advise; pronounce advise Snp.126; Pv.iv.1#20 (= kathemi kittayāmi Pv-a.225); Snp-a.169

pp…

mantin →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) giving or observing counsel SN.i.236
  2. (n.) counsellor, minister Ja.vi.437 (paṇḍita m.).

fr. manta

manussa →

pts

…not human, a deva, a ghost a spirit; in compounds “haunted,” like -kantāra Ja.i.395 -ṭṭhāna Vv.84#3…

manuñña →

pts

…beautiful Vv.84#17 (= manorama Vv-a.340); Ja.i.207 Ja.ii.331; Pv.ii.12#2; Pv.iv.12#1; Mil.175, Mil.398; Vv-a.11, Vv-a.36; Pv-a.251; adv….

manāti →

pts

…ti v. and Kp-a.24 (veraṃ maṇātī ti v., veraṃ pajahati vinodeti etc.).

cp. Sk. mṛṇāti, mṛ2

mara →

pts

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

marati →

pts

…DN.ii.330 (amaritu-kāma not willing to die); Vism.297 (id.); Vv-a.207 (positive); and marituye Thig.426. The form…

masati →

pts

…Dhtp.305 as “āmasana.” Another root masu [ mṛś?] is at Dhtm.444 given in meaning “macchera.” Does this refer to Sk. mṛṣā (= P….

masāraka →

pts

…made by boring a hole into the feet of the bed & putting through a notched end); Vv-a.8, Vv-a.9.

fr. masāra?

mata →

pts

…but the phrase is not without objection both semantically & syntactically. Mrs. Rh. D (Brethren, p. 240) trsls

mati →

pts

…Mhvs.42 (padīpa˚ lamp of knowledge); Mhvs.15, Mhvs.214 (amala˚ pure-minded); Pv-a.151 (kāma +)
su˚; (adj.) wise, clever Mhvs.15,…

matta →

pts

…(n. m. nipphalā, attano dānaphalassa bhāgino eva honti).

i.e. mattā used as adj.

Matta2

intoxicated (with), full of joy…

matteyya →

pts

…spelling, as metteyya is no doubt influenced by the foll. petteyya, with which it is always combined.

fr. mātā,…

matthaka →

pts

…C.; gloss matta-kāsin i.e. wildly in love, explained by kāma-mada-matta). The reading is not clear.

  • -tela oil for the…

mattā →

pts

…Thag.922.

  • -ññu knowing the right measure, moderate, temperate (bhojane or bhojanamhi in eating) AN.ii.40; Snp.338; Pp.25; Dhp.8. Cp….

maya →

pts

…by mind“). 4 manomaya “spiritually” (same as 3) 5 vikār’ atthe “alteration” (? more like product…

mañju →

pts

…Ja.ii.150
■ (nt. a sweet note Ja.vi.591 (of the deer in the forest); Vv-a.219 (karavīka ruta˚).

maññati →

pts

… ■ Note. Another Present form is munāti (q.v.) of which the pp. is muta.

man,…

maṅgala →

pts

…of making the top-knot.
■ Cp. abhi˚.

  • -usabha an auspicious bull Snp-a.323. *…

maṇi →

pts

…is referred to here, is not to be decided 2. a crystal used as burning-glass Mil.54.

  • -kāra a jeweller Mil.331;…

maṇḍalika →

pts

adjective noun a district officer king’s deputy Vin.iii.47 f. maṇḍalikā = maṇḍala 4 i.e. circus, ring, round, in assa˚; race court…

meda →

pts

…an abscess of fat, fatty knot or tumour mentioned as a disease at Mil.149.

medeti →

pts

to become fat MN.i.238.

Denom. fr. meda

medhi →

pts

pillar, part of a stūpa [not in the Canon?].

Vedic methī pillar, post (to bind cattle to); BSk. medhi Divy.244; Prk. meḍhi Pischel Gr. § 221…

medhin →

pts

…in adj. use; only in cpd. dummedhin (= dum-medha) foolish, ignorant Dhp.26 (bālā dummedhino janā; = nippaññā Dhp-a.i.257).

medhāvin →

pts

…jātimā, with var. other synonyms) Dhp.36; Ja.vi.294; Mil.21; Dhp-a.i.257; Dhp-a.ii.108; Dhp-a.iv.169; Vv-a.131; Pv-a.41.

medhā + in =…

megha →

pts

…See meda˚.

Vedic megha; not to mih, mehati (see mīḷha), but to Idg. *meigh-, fog, rain; cp. Sk. miḥ mist; Av…

mejjha →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) [to medha1] fit for sacrifice, pure; neg. ; impure Sdhp.363
  2. (nt.) [to medha2 & medhāvin] in;…

merita →

pts

…Ja.iv.424 = Ja.v.359 is to be read as bhaya-m-erita driven by fear; there is no need to change it with Kern,

Toevoegselen

to…

methuna →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) relating to sexual intercourse sexual, usually with dhamma, sex intercourse, in phrase ˚ṃ *dhammaṃ…

metteyya →

pts

…spelling, as metteyya is no doubt influenced by the foll. petteyya, with which it is always combined.

fr. mātā,…

mettāyati →

pts

…towards Ja.i.365; Ja.iii.96; Dāvs iii.34.

Denom. fr. mettā

meṇḍaka →

pts

…so difficult & puzzling that nobody “from hell to heaven” (Ja.vi.354) can answer it except the Bodhisatta. Cp. Trenckner’s remark…

micchatta →

pts

…and -vimutti wrong knowledge & wrong emancipation: DN.iii.290; Vb.391; Vism.683 (where ˚ñāṇa & -viratti for…

middha →

pts

…Mil.299, Mil.412 (appa˚ not slothful, i.e. diligent, alert); Vism.450 (˚rūpa; + rogarūpa, jātirūpa, etc., in def. of rūpa); DN-a.i.211…

midha →

pts

is given as root in meaning “hiṃsana,” to hurt at Dhtm.536 (with var. v.v ll.), not sure.

does it refer to 2 as in mināti2, or to middha?

miga →

pts

…deer-road Ja.i.372.

Vedic mṛga, to mṛj, cp. magga, meaning, when characterised by another attribute “wild animal” in general,…

mihati →

pts

is given as root mih in 2 meanings at Dhtp, viz. 1 īsa-hasana (No. 328), i.e. a kind of laugh, for smi as in mihita. 2 secana (No. 342).

milakkha →

pts

…(q.v.).

cp. Ved. Sk. mleccha barbarian, root mlecch, onomat. after the strange sounds of a foreign tongue cp. babbhara &…

milakkhu →

pts

non-Aryan DN.iii.264 Thag.965 (˚rajana “of foreign dye” trsl.; Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. translates “vermiljoen kleurig”). As…

milāca →

pts

wild man of the woods, non-Aryan, barbarian Ja.iv.291 (not with C. = janapadā), cp. luddā m. ibid., and milāca-puttā Ja.v.165 (where C. also…

milātatā →

pts

only neg. ; the (fact of) not being withered Ja.v.156.

abstr. fr. milāta

mināti →

pts

…μινύω diminish; Lat. minor = E. minor; Goth. mins (little), compar, minniza, superl. minnists = Ger mindest
■ The Dhtp.502 gives mi with…

missa →

pts

…or a retinue, a title of honour in names, also as polite address [cp. Sk. miśra & āraya miśra] Ja.v.153 (voc. f. misse), Ja.v.154 (f….

missaka →

pts

adjective noun

  1. mixed, combined Ja.ii.8 (phalika˚ rajata-pabbata mountain of silver mixed with crystal); Vb-a.16 (lokiya-lokuttara˚); usually…

mithu →

pts

…wrongly; Goth. misso one another, missa-leiks different; Ger. E. prefix mis-i.e. wrongly: Ger. missetat wrong doing = misdeed; Lat mūto to…

mitta →

pts

…(= mittesu adubbhamāno C.)

  • -ddu [cp. Sk. mitra-druha one who injures or betrays his friends SN.i.225; Snp.244; Ja.iv.260; also in…

moca →

pts

…in same context reads mocana.

root-noun of moc, Caus. of muc

modara →

pts

…s. v. sees a miswriting for medura (full of, beset with), which however does not occur in Pali. The C expln is “samantato…

mogha →

pts

…(˚ṃ tassa jīvitaṃ: not in vain).

  • -purisa a stupid or dense fellow Vin.iv.126, Vin.iv.144.

the Vedic mogha for the…

moha →

pts

stupidity, dullness of mind & soul, delusion bewilderment, infatuation DN.iii.146, DN.iii.175, DN.iii.182, DN.iii.214, DN.iii.270; Vin.iv.144, Vin.iv.145; Snp.56, Snp.74, Snp.160, Snp.638, Snp.847; Vb …

mokkhacika →

pts

…& ending; tiya, and not -cika at all The Cy. on this passage explains as: daṇḍakaṃ gahetvā heṭṭh-uppariya (sic. as…

moli →

pts

chignon; crest, turban Ja.i.64; Ja.v.431; Mhvs.11, Mhvs.28; DN-a.i.136 (variant reading moḷi). Also found (as molin, adj.?) in Np Yama-moli: see…

moneyya →

pts

…viz. kāya˚, vacī˚ mano˚ (see under muni), e.g. at DN.iii.220; AN.i.273 Mnd.57; Cnd.514 A (where also used as adj.:…

mora →

pts

…used as a fan) is denoted in var. terms in compounds, as mora-kalāpa Dhp-a.i.387; -piccha Vin.i.186…

mosa →

pts

(˚-) adjective noun belonging to or untruth, false-; only in compounds -dhamma of a deceitful nature, false, AN.v.84 (kāma);…

motar →

pts

…is sensed with that which is not sensed nor with what is to be sensed (motabba) nor with him who senses AN.ii.25; where motar & motabba…

mucala →

pts

…the speaker of Pāli a cp. noun, viz. king of the mucala(s) (trees). Its (late?) Sk. correspondent is mucilinda, of which the P. form may be the…

muddha →

pts

-āvasitta “head-anointed” a properly anointed or crowned king DN.iii.60 sq., DN.iii.69; Pp.56; Mil.234.

muddika →

pts

adjective noun one who practises muddā (i.e. knowledge of signs) DN.i.51 (in list of occupations combined with gaṇaka &…

muddā →

pts

…calculation mentioned as a noble craft (ukkaṭṭhaṃ sippaṃ) at Vin.iv.7 (with gaṇanā & lekhā), as the first of the sippāni (with…

mudhā →

pts

adverb for nothing, gratis Vv-a.77.

Class. Sk. mudhā

muditā →

pts

…tāya, taṃ-samangino sayaṃ vā modati etc.“); Dhs-a.192. See on term Dhs trsl. §251 (where equalled to συγξαιροσύνη);…

mugga →

pts

…talk“; fig. denoting a faulty character, i.e. a man who behaves like bean-soup. The metaphor is not quite transparent; it is…

muhutta →

pts

…series of time-connotations at Pv-a.198 (under jātakamma, prophesy by astrologers at the birth of a child): rāsi, nakkhatta, tithi,…

mukha →

pts

…mouth-contour Dhs-a.15 (not with trsl. “opens lightly,” but better with note “is well adjusted,” see Expos. 19, where write…

mukhara →

pts

adjective garrulous, noisy, scurrilous SN.i.203; SN.v.269; AN.i.70; AN.iii.199, AN.iii.355 Thag.955; Snp.275; Ja.iii.103; Dhp-a.ii.70 (ati˚);…

mukharatā →

pts

talkativeness, garrulousness, noisiness Dhp-a.ii.70.

fr. mukhara

munana →

pts

fathoming, recognising, knowing; a C. word to explain “muni,” used by Dhpāla at Vv-a.114 (mahā-isibhūtaṃ… mahanten’ eva ñāṇena…

muni →

pts

…2; Pss. of the Br. 132 note. Connected with mūka: see under mukha. This etym. preferred by Aufrecht: Halāyudha p. 311…

munāti →

pts

…munī tena pavuccati.“ Note. The word occurs also in Māgadhī (Prk.) as muṇaï which as Pischel (Prk. Gr. § 489) remarks, is usually…

murumurā →

pts

…bite up to bits Ja.i.342; Ja.v.21 (of a Yakkhinī, eating a baby).

onomat. to sound root mṛ; see mammara & mummura

murumurāyati →

pts

to munch, chew, bite up with a cracking sound Ja.iv.491. Mulala & Mulali

Denom. fr. murumurā

musati →

pts

…(cp. Vv-a.161).

in this connection = mṛṣ in an active sense, as quâsi Denom. fr. musā. Not to muṣ to steal, which is given at…

muta →

pts

…SN.i.186 (K.S. i.237 note); SN.iv.73; Thag.1216. Similarly the psychol. analysis of the senses at Dhs.961: rūp’ āyatanaṃ…

mutoḷī →

pts

…trsl. “sample bag” (see note on this passage; with remark “spelling uncertain”) Neumann, Mittlere Sammlung i.101 trsls

muñcati →

pts

…trsls “noch stürzt der Priester auf den Feind”! 7. to abandon, give up, leave behind Dhp.348 (muñca, viz. taṇhaṃ…

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 …

muṇḍeti →

pts

…viya), which should prob. be read muṇḍento.

Denom-Caus. from muṇḍa

muṭṭha →

pts

-satika at Mil.79
Note. muṭṭhasati with var. (unsuccessful) etym. is discussed in detail also by Morris, J.P.T.S. 1884, pp….

muṭṭhi →

pts

…(˚sadisa alluding to ignorance).

mā →

pts

…particle: not, do not, let us hope not, I wish that… not [cp Lat. utinam & ne]. Constructed with various tenses e.g.

  1. with aor.

māghāta →

pts

…non-killing order (with ref. to the killing of animals Ja.iii.428 (˚bheri, the drum announcing this order); Ja.iv.115; Ja.vi.346…

māla FIXME double →

pts

…e.g. Mvu.ii.274, or māḍa, e.g. Mpt.226, Mpt.43.]

Non-Aryan, cp. Tamil māḍam house, hall

mālaka →

pts

…(Jātaka-) literature & is not found in the older texts
■ Ja.i.449 (vikkama˚), Ja.iv.306; Ja.v.49 (visāla˚), Ja.i.138 (id., spelling…

mālin →

pts

…Mil.260. 3. what does it mean in pañca˚; said at Ja.vi.497 of a wild animal? (C. not clear with expln “pañcangika-turiya-saddo…

māmaka →

pts

…one who shows affection (not only for himself), making one’s own, i.e devoted to, loving Snp.806 (= Buddha˚, Dhamma˚ Sangha˚ Mnd.125; =…

māna →

pts

…“high opinions” (i.e. No. 2); hence “pride (No. 1). Def. of root see partly under māneti, partly under…

mānana →

pts

Mānanā (f.) paying honour or respect; reverence, respect SN.i.66; Ja.ii.138; Pp.19, Pp.22; Mil.377 (with sakkāra, vandana, pūjana & apaciti)…

mānasa →

pts

…wife,“ i.e. shall not desire another’s wife); Mhvs.4, Mhvs.6 (sabbesaṃ hita-mānasā with the intention of common welfare); Mhvs.32,…

mānassin →

pts

adjective noun proud Vin.ii.183 (explained by Bdhgh in a popular way as “mana-ssayino māna-nissitā”). The corresponding passage at Ja.i.88…

mānavant →

pts

adjective possessed of pride, full of conceit; neg. ; not proud Thag.1222.

fr. māna1

māneti →

pts

to honour revere, think highly of Pv-a.54 (aor. mānesuṃ, + garukariṃsu + pūjesuṃ)
pp mānita.

Caus. of man, cp….

mānikata →

pts

…in high opinion,“ i.e. honoured, worshipped SN.ii.119 (garukata m. pūjita).

pp. of a verb māni-karoti, which stands for māna-karoti, and…

mānita →

pts

revered, honoured Ud.73 (sakkata m. pūjita apacita)
■ A rather singular by-form is mānikata (q.v.).

pp. of māneti

mānusa →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) human Snp.301 (bhoga); Iti.94 (kāmā dibbā ca mānusā); Pv.ii.9#21 (m. deha); Pv.ii.9#56 (id.)-…

māpaka →

pts

(-˚) adjective noun one who measures, only in doṇa˚; (a minister) measuring the d. revenue (of rice Ja.ii.367, Ja.ii.381; Dhp-a.iv.88; and in…

māsa →

pts

…Goth. mēna = moon; Ohg. māno, mānōt month. Fr *mé to measure: see mināti

Māsa2

a bean (Phaseolus indica…

māsaka →

pts

…That its worth is next to nothing is seen from the descending progression of coins at Dhp-a.iii.108 = Vv-a.77, which, beginning with…

māsakkhimhā →

pts

at Vin.iii.23 is for mā asakkhimhā “we could not”; here stands for na. Masati, Masana, Masin

māsalu →

pts

…Mil.292, Trenckner says (note p. 428): “m. is otherwise unknown it must mean a period shorter than 5 months. Cp. Sk. māsala.” Rh. D. (trsl….

māsācita →

pts

…“heap” which however is not justified). This passage has given rise to a gloss at Vb.386, where māsācitaṃ maññe was added to kāyo…

mātar →

pts

mātari Dhp.284-pl. does not occur. In combination with pitā father, mātā always precedes the former, thus mātā-pitaro (pl….

mātikā →

pts

…ito ca udakaṃ haritvā attano sassa-kammaṃ sampādenti“); Vv-a.301 2. tabulation, register, tabulated summary, condensed contents, esp. of…

mātiya →

pts

adjective noun (a) mortal Ja.vi.100 (C. macca; gloss māṇava).

the diaeretic form of macca, used in verse, cp. Sk. martya & Vedic (poetical) martia

māyā →

pts

…Vb-a.493 (def.). Is not used in Pali Abhidhamma in a philosophical sense. 2. mystic formula, magic, trick MN.i.381 (āvaṭṭanī m.)…

māḷa FIXME double →

pts

…e.g. Mvu.ii.274, or māḍa, e.g. Mpt.226, Mpt.43.]

Non-Aryan, cp. Tamil māḍam house, hall

māḷaka FIXME double →

pts

…(pānīya˚ Ja.vi.85.

a Non-Aryan word, although the Dhtm.395 gives roots mal & mall; in meaning “dhāraṇa” (see under…

māḷaka →

pts

…(Jātaka-) literature & is not found in the older texts
■ Ja.i.449 (vikkama˚), Ja.iv.306; Ja.v.49 (visāla˚), Ja.i.138 (id., spelling…

māṇava →

pts

youth, young man, esp. a young Brahmin Snp.1022, Snp.1027, Snp.1028; Ja.iv.391 (brāhmaṇa˚); DN-a.i.36 = satto pi coro pi taruṇo pi; Dhp-a.i.89 pl. māṇavā men Thig.112
■ The spelling mānava occurs …

mīḷha →

pts

…in Ohg. mist & Ags. miox the notion refers more to the solid excrement, as in Pāli
■ A related root; *meigh to shed water is found in megha,…

mūla →

pts

…in formula (may be taken to no. 1) [pahīna] ucchinna-mūla tālâvatthukata etc. with ref. to the origin of saṃsāra, e.g. at SN.ii.62,…

mūlika →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (m.) root-vendor Mil.331.
  2. (adj. ˚) belonging to the feet (pāda˚), a footman lackey Ja.i.122, Ja.i.438; Ja.ii.300 sq. (Name…

mūsī →

pts

…& mūḥ mouse or rat; cp. Lat. mūs Gr. μϋς, Ohg. mūs = E. mouse. Not to muṣ to steal but to same root as Lat. moveo, to move

mūḷha →

pts

…has gone astray, i.e. cannot be delivered properly, a woman difficult to be delivered Ja.i.407 = Dhp-a.iv.192; Mil.169 Vb-a.96. *…

na →

pts

…under 2); n’ eva indeed not, not for all that Ja.iii.55; or not Kp-a.219; n’ eva-na neither-nor DN.i.33, DN.i.35; MN.i.486; AN.v.193;…

nacira →

pts

adjective not of long duration, short Snp.694; gen nacirass’ eva after a short time shortly Snp.p.16; Ja.iv.2, Ja.iv.392; Mil.250.

Sk. nacira =…

nadati →

pts

to roar, cry, make a noise (nadaṃ nadati freq.) Snp.552 (sīha), Snp.684 (id.), Snp.1015; Ja.i.50, Ja.i.150; Ja.ii.110; aor. nadi

nadita →

pts

roar, noise Ja.ii.110.

cp. Sk. nādita, pp. of caus. nadayati

nadī →

pts

…Ja.i.278; Pv-a.46 pl. nom. nadiyo Mil.114 (na tā n. dhuva-salilā), najjo Pv-a.29 (mahā˚); & najjāyo Ja.vi.278; gen nadīnaṃ…

nagara →

pts

-vara the noble town (of Rājagaha) Vv.16#6, cp. Vv-a.82;

  • -vīthi a city street Ja.ii.416;
  • -sobhinī

nagga →

pts

…are nakedness, an ascetic Ja.iv.160; Ja.v.75; Ja.vi.225.

Ved. nagna = Lat. nudus (fr. *nogṷedhos) Goth. naqaps = Ohg. naccot, Ags. nacod =…

nahuta →

pts

…Ja.i.25, Ja.i.83; Pv.iv.1#7; Dhp-a.i.88; Pv-a.22, Pv-a.265.

Sk. nayuta (m. pl.) of unknown etym. Is it the same as navuti? The…

nahāmin →

pts

adjective noun a barber, a low-class individual Pv.iii.1#14 (= kappaka-jātika Pv-a.176).

= nahāpaka; Kern,

Toevoegselen

asks: should it be…

nahāru →

pts

Nahāru & Nhāru

sinew, tendon muscle. In the anatomy of the body n. occupies the place between maṃsa (flesh, soft flesh) & aṭṭhi (bone) as is seen from ster. sequ …

nakkhatta →

pts

…of the stars,“ i.e. the nocturnal sky Dhp.208;

nala →

pts

…Ja.iv.396 (n. va chinno); Pv.i.11#6 (id.); Dhp-a.iii.156; Dhp-a.iv.43 See also nāḷa, nāḷī & nāḷikā.

  • -āgāra a house…

namassati →

pts

…honour to, to venerate, honour, do homage to (often with pañjalika & añjaliṃ katvā) Snp.236, Snp.485, Snp.598, Snp.1058 Snp.1063; Cnd.334;…

namati →

pts

…cittaṃ)
caus nameti (not nāmeti, Fsb. to Snp.1143 nāmenti, which is to be corrected to n’ âpenti) to bend, to wield Dhp.80 = Dhp.145…

namo →

pts

Nama (nt.) nomage, veneration esp. used as an exclamation of adoration at the beginning of a book (namo tassa Bhagavato Arahato Sammāsambuddhassa)…

nandhati →

pts

meaning not so much “to bind as “to cover”: see apiḷandhati, upanandhati, onandhati pariyonandhati.

for nayhati, der. fr. naddha after…

nantaka →

pts

…p. 169), maybe Sk. naktaka “cover for nakedness (Trenckner, Notes 811), unless it be non-Aryan

nanu →

pts

…nuna); Manor. Pūr. on AN.v.194 (Andersen P. R. 91) 2. part. of interrogation (= Lat. nonne) “is it not (cp. na2): Ja.i.151;…

napuṃsaka →

pts

adjective of no sex; lit. Vism.548, Vism.553; Thag-a.260; Vb.417; in gram. of the neuter gender Kacc. 50; Pv-a.266 (is reading correct?)

Ved….

naraka →

pts

…problematic whether to Gr. νέρτερος (= inferus), Ags. nord = north as region of the underworld

nassati →

pts

…death = nec + tr̥, cp. tarati); Lat. neco, noceo, noxius

nattar →

pts

…Pv-a.25 (nattā nom.).

Sk. naptṛ, analogy-formation after mātṛ etc. from Ved. napāt; cp. Lat. nepos; Ags. nefa = E. nephew Ohg….

natthibhāva →

pts

non-existence Dhp-a.iii.324.

n’ atthi-bhāva

natthika →

pts

adjective noun one who professes the motto of “natthi,” a sceptic, nihilist SN.i.96; usually in compounds

natthu →

pts

…treatment through the nose Vin.iii.83 (deti).

  • -kamma nose-treatment, consisting in the application of hot oil…

nava →

pts

…Idg. *neṷn̊, cp. Lat. novem (*noven), Gr. ἐννέα, Goth. niun, Oir. nōin, E. nine Connection with nava2 likely because in…

navaka →

pts

adjective noun young; a young man, a newly ordained bhikkhu (opp. thera), novice (cp. Divy.404) Ja.i.33 (sangha˚); Pv-a.76 (id.)
■ Freq. in…

navama →

pts

…the ninth Snp.109; f. ˚ī Vv-a.72.

Sk. navama = Oir. nōmad; cp. Lat. nonus; Gr. ε ̓́νατος, Goth. niunda with diff. superl suffixes

navanīta →

pts

nonīta fresh butter Vin.i.244 (cp. gorasa); DN.i.201; MN.iii.141; Pv.iii.5#5 (nonīta); Pp.69, Pp.70; Mil.41, Dhs.646, Dhs.740;…

naya →

pts

adjective noun “leading”; usually m: way (fig.), method, plan, manner; inference; sense, meaning (in grammar); behaviour, conduct AN.ii.193 =…

nayhati →

pts

…piḷayhati.

Ved. nahyati, Idg. *nedh as in Lat. nodus & Ved. nahu

naḷa →

pts

…Ja.iv.396 (n. va chinno); Pv.i.11#6 (id.); Dhp-a.iii.156; Dhp-a.iv.43 See also nāḷa, nāḷī & nāḷikā.

  • -āgāra a house…

naṅgala →

pts

…→ Menandros Etym. unknown, prob. dialectical (already in RV iv. 574), because unconnected with other Aryan words for plough. Cp….

naṅgalin →

pts

adjective noun having or using a plough, ploughman, in mukha˚ “using the mouth as plough” Thag.101 (maulvergnügt, Neumann) (Mrs. Rh. D. harsh…

negama →

pts

adjective noun the inhabitant of a (small) town; citizen; also collect. = jana, people Vin.i.268, Vin.i.273; DN.i.136, DN.i.139; Ja.iv.121;…

neka →

pts

adjective not one, several, many Snp.308; Vv.53#6 (˚citta variegated = nānāvidhacitta Vv-a.236), Vv.64#1 (id. = anekacitta Vv-a.275);…

nekkhamma →

pts

…the adj. nikkāma does not show the prevailing meaning & the wide range of nikkhanta, moreover formally we should expect nekkamma. In any case…

nela →

pts

…or sin blameless, faultless; not hurting, humane, gentle merciful, innocuous DN.i.4 (Bdhgh explains: elaṃ vuccati doso; n’ assā (i.e. vācāya)…

nerutta →

pts

adjective noun based on etymology; an etymologist or philologist Thag-a.153; Ne.8, Ne.9, Ne.32, Ne.33.

fr. nirutti

nettika →

pts

adjective noun

  1. having as guide or forerunner, in Bhagavaṃ˚’ dhamma MN.i.310; AN.i.199 AN.iv.158, AN.iv.351; AN.v.355.
  2. a conduit for…

neva →

pts

…(being) neither perception nor non-perception, only in cpd. ˚āyatana & in nevasaññī-nâsaññin: see saññā.

na +…

nevāpika →

pts

adjective noun a deer-feeder MN.i.150 sq.

fr. nivāpa

neḷa →

pts

…or sin blameless, faultless; not hurting, humane, gentle merciful, innocuous DN.i.4 (Bdhgh explains: elaṃ vuccati doso; n’ assā (i.e. vācāya)…

nhāru →

pts

Nahāru & Nhāru

sinew, tendon muscle. In the anatomy of the body n. occupies the place between maṃsa (flesh, soft flesh) & aṭṭhi (bone) as is seen from ster. sequ …

ni →

pts

…(break up, destroy) 2. as noun-pref it denotes “being without” or “not having” E. -less, e.g. niccola without clothes, ˚ttaṇha…

nibandhati →

pts

…to bind Mil.79. 2. to mix, apply, prepare Vin.ii.151 (anibandhanīya unable to be applied, not binding); Ja.i.201 (yāgubhattaṃ). 3. to press,…

nibbana →

pts

…Snp.1131 (nikkāmo nibbano); Dhp.283 (nibbanā pl.) Vv.50#14 (better reading nibbāna, in phrase “vanā nibbānaṃ āgataṃ,” as found at…

nibbasana →

pts

adjective no longer worn, cast off (of cloth) SN.ii.202, SN.ii.221.

nis + vasana

nibbattin →

pts

adjective arising, having rebirth, in neg. anibbattin not to be born again Ja.vi.573.

fr. nibbatti

nibbaṅka →

pts

adjective not crooked, straight Dhp-a.i.288.

nis + vanka

nibbematika →

pts

adjective not disagreeing, of one accord, unanimous Vin.ii.65; Dhp-a.i.34.

nis + vimati + ka

nibbhoga →

pts

…deserted, being of no avail, useless Ja.vi.556; Pv.i.12. Cp. vi˚.

Sk. nirbhoga, nis + bhoga1

Nibbhoga

bending, contortion…

nibbiddha →

pts

…carriage-road, which is not a thoroughfare. The reading patatthiyo at Ja.vi.276, for which nibbiddha-vīthiyo is the C. expln is…

nibbindati →

pts

…of (c. loc.); to have enough of, be satiated, turn away from, to be disgusted with. In two roots:

  1. vind: prs. nibbindati etc. usually in…

nibbisati →

pts

…not finding Thig.159 (= avindanto Thag-a.142); Ja.i.76 = Dhp.153
pp nibbiṭṭha. See…

nibbisaya →

pts

adjective having no residence, banished, driven from (-˚) Ja.ii.401.

nis + visaya

nibbisaṅka →

pts

adjective fearless, not hesitating, undaunted Snp-a.61.

nis + visanka, Sk. viśankā

nibbisesa →

pts

adjective showing no difference, without distinction, equal, similar Ja.ii.32; Ja.vi.355; Mil.249.

nis + visesa

nibbisevana →

pts

adjective not self-indulgent, self-denying, meek, tame, gentle Ja.ii.210 (dametvā nibbisevanaṃ katvā), Ja.ii.351; Ja.v.34, Ja.v.381, Ja.v.456;…

nibbuta →

pts

…n. sādānesu anādāno SN.i.236; Dhp.406 = Snp.630; aññāya nibbutā dhīrā SN.i.24; tadangan SN.iii.43; ejânugo anejassa nibbutassa…

nibbuti →

pts

…n˚ṃ); Snp.228 (nikkāmino n˚ṃ bhuñjamānā), Snp.917, Snp.933 (santī ti n˚ṃ ñatvā); Mnd.399; Pv.i.7#4 (n˚ṃ n’ âdhigacchāmi =…

nibbāhana →

pts

adjective noun leading out, removing, saving; (nt.) removal, clearance, refuge, way out Mil.119, Mil.198, Mil.295, Mil.309, Mil.326 (˚magga). [Miln….

nibbāna →

pts

…each of them-for they are not synonyms-emphasising one or other phase of this many-sided conception-the harbour of refuge, the cool cave, the…

nibbāpana →