Szótár

(Letölthető rövid segédanyag: Páli-Magyar Szójegyzék)

pāla, 464 találat.

pala →

bodhirasa

metal weight, measure of metal

TH 97 tissa theragāthā

hitvā sata-palaṃ kaṃsaṃ, sovaṇṇaṃ satarājikaṃ, aggahiṃ mattikāpattaṃ, idaṃ dutiyābhisecanan'ti.

pāla →

bodhirasa

protector, keeper, guard

DN 19.7 mahāgovindasuttaṃ

bhavamatthu bhavantaṃ joti-pālaṃ, rājā disampati bhavantaṃ joti-pālaṃ māṇavaṃ āmantayati, rājā disampati bhoto joti-pālassa māṇavassa dassanakāmo'ti

pala →

pts

(-˚) a certain weight (or measure), spelt also phala (see phala2), only in cpd. sata˚; a hundred (carat) in weight Thag.97 (of kaṃsa); Ja.vi.510 (sa …

pāla →

pts

(-˚) a guard, keeper, guardian, protector SN.i.185 (vihāra˚); Ja.v.222 (dhamma˚); Vv-a.288 (ārāma˚); Sdhp.285. See also go˚, loka˚.

fr. , see pāleti

acapala →

bodhirasa

steady, steadfast, not shaking

TH 261 mahākassapa theragāthā

anuddhato acapalo, nipako saṃvutindriyo, sobhati paṃsukūlena, sīho'va girigabbhare.

acchādesi →

bodhirasa

pleased, gave pleasure (to the palate)

DN 27.3 aggaññasuttaṃ

tesaṃ rasapathaviṃ aṅguliyā sāyataṃ acchādesi, taṇhā ca tesaṃ okkami.

antepura →

bodhirasa

king’s palace, inner chamber

SN 42.10 maṇicūḷakasuttaṃ

tena kho pana samayena rāj'antepure rājaparisāya sannisinnānaṃ sannipatitānaṃ ayam'antarākathā udapādi

anupalabbhamāna →

bodhirasa

not being found, being non-existent

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

attani ca, bhikkhave, attaniye ca saccato thetato anupalabbhamāne, yam'pi taṃ diṭṭhiṭṭhānaṃ, so loko so attā, so pecca bhavissāmi nicco dhuvo sassato avipariṇāmadhammo, sassatisamaṃ tath'eva ṭhassāmī'ti, nan'āyaṃ, bhikkhave, kevalo paripūro bāladhammo'ti?

apaḷāsa →

bodhirasa

without rivalry, without contention

AN 3.68 kathāvatthusuttaṃ

taṃ kathaṃ kathaye dhīro, aviruddho anussito, anunnatena manasā, apaḷāso asāhaso.

ca →

bodhirasa

letter “c”, 14th letter of the alphabet, palatal consonant

bālāvatāra sarasandhi

katayakārassa ti'ssa sabbo can'tī'ti.

bālāvatāra sarasandhi

kvaci ca-ādese, paradvebhāvo ṭhāne'ti

capala →

bodhirasa

unsteady, wavering, moving to and fro

DHP 33 cittavaggo

phandanaṃ capalaṃ cittaṃ, dūrakkhaṃ dunnivārayaṃ, ujuṃ karoti medhāvī, usukāro'va tejanaṃ.

TH 139 nanda theragāthā

ayoniso manasikārā, maṇḍanaṃ anuyuñjisaṃ, uddhato capalo c'āsiṃ, kāmarāgena aṭṭito.

cavagga →

bodhirasa

c-series, group of palatal consonants beginning with the letter “c”. c ch j jh ñ

bālāvatāra sandhi kaṇḍa

a kavagga hā kaṇṭhajā, i cavagga yā tālujā, u pavaggā oṭṭhajā, ṭavagga ra ḷā muddhajā, tavagga la sā dantajā, e kaṇṭhatālujo, o kaṇṭhoṭṭhajo, vo dantoṭṭhajo.

chādeti →

bodhirasa

pleases, gives pleasure (to the palate)

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

somhi etarahi tamhā ābādhā mutto bhattañ'ca me chādeti

dhanapāla →

bodhirasa

protector of wealth, guardian of treasure, name of an elephant

DHP 324 nāgavaggo

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

dāyapāla →

bodhirasa

park keeper, forester, fire guard

MN 31 cūḷagosiṅgasuttaṃ

addasā kho dāyapālo bhagavantaṃ dūrato'va āgacchantaṃ

e →

bodhirasa

letter “e”, 7th letter of the alphabet, gutturo-palatal vowel

bālāvatāra sandhi kaṇḍa

a kavagga hā kaṇṭhajā, i cavagga yā tālujā, u pavaggā oṭṭhajā, ṭavagga ra ḷā muddhajā, tavagga la sā dantajā, e kaṇṭhatālujo, o kaṇṭhoṭṭhajo, vo dantoṭṭhajo.

ekāra →

bodhirasa

letter “e”, 7th letter of the alphabet, gutturo-palatal vowel

bālāvatāra sarasandhi

sare pare antassa ekārassa kvaci yo ādeso hoti.

gopāla →

bodhirasa

cowherd, cowboy

DHP 135 daṇḍavaggo

yathā daṇḍena gopālo, gāvo pājeti gocaraṃ, evaṃ jarā ca maccu ca, āyuṃ pājenti pāṇinaṃ.

gopālaka →

bodhirasa

young cowherd, cowboy

AN 3.71 uposathasuttaṃ

gopālako sāyanhasamaye sāmikānaṃ gāvo niyyātetvā iti paṭisañcikkhati, ajja kho gāvo amukasmiñ'ca amukasmiñ'ca padese cariṃsu

i →

bodhirasa

letter “i”, 3rd letter of the alphabet, palatal vowel

bālāvatāra sandhi kaṇḍa

a kavagga hā kaṇṭhajā, i cavagga yā tālujā, u pavaggā oṭṭhajā, ṭavagga ra ḷā muddhajā, tavagga la sā dantajā, e kaṇṭhatālujo, o kaṇṭhoṭṭhajo, vo dantoṭṭhajo.

kanakavimāna →

bodhirasa

golden mansion, golden palace

DHPa 1.1.2 maṭṭhakuṇḍalī vatthu

ayaṃ māṇavo mayi cittaṃ pasādetvā kālaṃ katvā tāvatiṃsadevaloke tiṃsayojanike kanakavimāne nibbattissati.

kapāla →

bodhirasa

tortoise shell

SN 35.240 kummopamasuttaṃ

kummo aṅgāni sake kapāle, samodahaṃ bhikkhu manovitakke, anissito aññam'aheṭhayāno, parinibbuto nūpavadeyya kañcī'ti.

kapāla →

bodhirasa

begging bowl

VISM 1.9.2 karuṇā bhāvanā kathā

sabbapaṭhamaṃ tāva kiñcid'eva karuṇāyitabbarūpaṃ paramakicchappattaṃ duggataṃ durūpetaṃ kapaṇapurisaṃ chinnāhāraṃ kapālaṃ purato ṭhapetvā … disvā, kicchaṃ vat'āyaṃ satto āpanno, app'eva nāma imamhā dukkhā mucceyyā'ti karuṇā pavattetabbā.

kapālaka →

bodhirasa

beggars bowl

DHPa 1.5.3 ānandaseṭṭhi vatthu

atha naṃ piṇḍāya caritvā jīvituṃ samatthakāle sā kapālakaṃ hatthe ṭhapetvā, tāta, mayaṃ taṃ nissāya mahādukkhaṃ pattā, idāni na sakkomi taṃ posetuṃ

kaṇṭhatāluja →

bodhirasa

gutturo-palatal, lit. produced in the throat and on the palate, the letter “e”

bālāvatāra sandhi kaṇḍa

a kavagga hā kaṇṭhajā, i cavagga yā tālujā, u pavaggā oṭṭhajā, ṭavagga ra ḷā muddhajā, tavagga la sā dantajā, e kaṇṭhatālujo, o kaṇṭhoṭṭhajo, vo dantoṭṭhajo.

muddhaja →

bodhirasa

cerebral, retroflex, lingual lit. produced at the top (of the palate)

bālāvatāra sandhi kaṇḍa

a kavagga hā kaṇṭhajā, i cavagga yā tālujā, u pavaggā oṭṭhajā, ṭavagga ra ḷā muddhajā, tavagga la sā dantajā, e kaṇṭhatālujo, o kaṇṭhoṭṭhajo, vo dantoṭṭhajo.

palagaṇḍa →

bodhirasa

mason, carpenter

MN 20 vitakkasaṇṭhānasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, dakkho palagaṇḍo vā palagaṇḍ'antevāsī vā sukhumāya āṇiyā oḷārikaṃ āṇiṃ abhinihaneyya abhinīhareyya abhinivatteyya.

SN 22.101 vāsijaṭasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, palagaṇḍassa vā palagaṇḍ'antevāsissa vā vāsijaṭe dissant'eva aṅgulipadāni dissati aṅguṭṭhapadaṃ.

palaḷita →

bodhirasa

played, moved i.e. deluded, misled, taken in

SN 35.246 vīṇopamasuttaṃ

so evaṃ vadeyya, asatī kir'āyaṃ, bho, vīṇā nāma, yath'evaṃ yaṃ kiñci vīṇā nāma ettha ca pan'āyaṃ jano ativelaṃ pamatto palaḷito'ti.

palāla →

bodhirasa

straw

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

araññaṃ rukkhamūlaṃ pabbataṃ kandaraṃ giriguhaṃ susānaṃ vanappatthaṃ abbhokāsaṃ palāla-puñjaṃ

DHPa 1.2.1 sāmāvatī vatthu

rājā te sabbe gāhāpetvā rājaṅgaṇe nābhippamāṇe āvāṭe khaṇāpetvā te tattha nisīdāpetvā paṃsūhi pūretvā upari palāle vikirāpetvā aggiṃ dāpesi.

palālapuñja →

bodhirasa

heap of straw

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

araññaṃ rukkhamūlaṃ pabbataṃ kandaraṃ giriguhaṃ susānaṃ vanappatthaṃ abbhokāsaṃ palālapuñjaṃ

palāpa →

bodhirasa

chattering, gossip

AN 10.176 cundasuttaṃ

sampha-ppalāpaṃ pahāya sampha-ppalāpā paṭivirato hoti

palāpetvā →

bodhirasa

having put to flight, having made flee

JAa 181 asadisa jātakavaṇṇanā

evaṃ mahāsatto khuddakamakkhikāya pivanamattam'pi lohitaṃ anuppādetvā satta rājāno palāpetvā kaniṭṭhabhātaraṃ apaloketvā kāme pahāya isipabbajjaṃ pabbajitvā abhiññā ca samāpattiyo ca nibbattetvā jīvitapariyosāne brahmalok'ūpago ahosi.

palāpī →

bodhirasa

chatterer, motor-mouth

SN 42.6 asibandhakaputtasuttaṃ

taṃ kiṃ maññasi, gāmaṇi, idh'assa puriso pāṇātipātī adinnādāyī kāmesumicchācārī musāvādī pisuṇavāco pharusavāco sampha-ppalāpī abhijjhālu byāpannacitto micchādiṭṭhiko.

palāsa →

bodhirasa

leaf, foliage

ITI 76 sukhapatthanāsuttaṃ

tagarañ'ca palāsena, yo naro upanayhati, pattā'pi surabhi vāyanti, evaṃ dhīr'ūpasevanā.

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, sunakkhatta, paṇḍu-palāso bandhanā pavutto abhabbo haritattāya, evam'eva kho, sunakkhatta, āneñjādhimuttassa purisapuggalassa ye lok'āmisasaṃyojane se pavutte.

palāsa →

bodhirasa

rivalry, competitiveness, contentiousness

MN 3 dhammadāyādasuttaṃ

makkhassa ca pahānāya palāsassa ca pahānāya, atthi majjhimā paṭipadā cakkhu-karaṇī ñāṇa-karaṇī upasamāya abhiññāya sambodhāya nibbānāya saṃvattati

palāyati →

bodhirasa

runs away, flees, escapes

SNP 7 vasalasuttaṃ uragavaggo 7

yo have iṇamādāya, cujjamāno palāyati, na hi te iṇamatthī'ti, taṃ jaññā vasalo iti.

palāyi →

bodhirasa

ran away, fled, escaped

ANa 1.261 khujjuttarā sāmāvatīvatthu

sā ... sappassa nikkhamanokāsaṃ katvā, abbhumme anto sappo'ti vīṇaṃ chaḍḍetvā palāyi

paññāpāsāda →

bodhirasa

palace of understanding, tower of wisdom

DHP 28 appamādavaggo

pamādaṃ appamādena, yadā nudati paṇḍito, paññāpāsādam'āruyha, asoko sokiniṃ pajaṃ, pabbataṭṭho'va bhūmaṭṭhe, dhīro bāle avekkhati.

paḷāsa →

bodhirasa

rivalry, competitiveness, contentiousness

MN 7 vatthasuttaṃ

paḷāso cittassa upakkileso'ti, iti viditvā paḷāsaṃ cittassa upakkilesaṃ pajahati.

paḷāsī →

bodhirasa

who rivals, who is competitive, who is contentious

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

upanāhissa upanāho appahīno hoti, makkhissa makkho appahīno hoti, paḷāsissa paḷāso appahīno hoti, issukissa issā appahīnā hoti, maccharissa macchariyaṃ appahīnaṃ hoti

paṇḍupalāsa →

bodhirasa

yellow leaf, pale leaf, withered leaf

DHP 235 malavaggo

paṇḍupalāso'va dāni'si, yamapurisā'pi ca te upaṭṭhitā, uyyogamukhe ca tiṭṭhasi, pātheyyam'pi ca te na vijjati.

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, sunakkhatta, paṇḍupalāso bandhanā pavutto abhabbo haritattāya, evam'eva kho, sunakkhatta, āneñjādhimuttassa purisapuggalassa ye lok'āmisasaṃyojane se pavutte.

pālaka →

bodhirasa

protector, guard

AN 3.71 uposathasuttaṃ

go-pālako sāyanhasamaye sāmikānaṃ gāvo niyyātetvā iti paṭisañcikkhati, ajja kho gāvo amukasmiñ'ca amukasmiñ'ca padese cariṃsu

pālayanta →

bodhirasa

protecting, taking care (of)

SN 3.13 doṇapākasuttaṃ

manujassa sadā satīmato, mattaṃ jānato laddhabhojane, tanu tassa bhavanti vedanā, saṇikaṃ jīrati āyu-pālayan'ti.

pāsāda →

bodhirasa

mansion, stately home, palace, building with pillars

DN 9.6 poṭṭhapādasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, poṭṭhapāda, puriso cātumahāpathe nisseṇiṃ kareyya pāsādassa ārohaṇāya.

VIN 4.1.7 pabbajjākathā

tena kho pana samayena bārāṇasiyaṃ yaso nāma kulaputto seṭṭhiputto sukhumālo hoti. tassa tayo pāsādā honti, eko hemantiko, eko gimhiko, eko vassiko.

rājanivesana →

bodhirasa

king’s residence, palace

DHPa 2.25.3 kokālika vatthu

vattu'kāmo haṃsānaṃ sīghavegatāya bārāṇasinagare rājanivesanassa uparibhāgaṃ sampattakāle daṭṭhaṭṭhānato daṇḍakaṃ vissajjetvā ākāsaṅgaṇe patitvā dvedhā bhijji.

rājaṅgaṇa →

bodhirasa

palace courtyard

DHPa 1.2.1 sāmāvatī vatthu

rājā te sabbe gāhāpetvā rājaṅgaṇe nābhippamāṇe āvāṭe khaṇāpetvā te tattha nisīdāpetvā paṃsūhi pūretvā upari palāle vikirāpetvā aggiṃ dāpesi.

samphappalāpa →

bodhirasa

frivolous chatter, talking rubbish

SN 42.6 asibandhakaputtasuttaṃ

taṃ kiṃ maññasi, gāmaṇi, idh'assa puriso … musāvādā paṭivirato pisuṇāya vācāya paṭivirato pharusāya vācāya paṭivirato samphappalāpā paṭivirato

AN 10.176 cundasuttaṃ

samphappalāpaṃ pahāya samphappalāpā paṭivirato hoti

samphappalāpī →

bodhirasa

who chatters frivolously, who talks rubbish

SN 42.6 asibandhakaputtasuttaṃ

taṃ kiṃ maññasi, gāmaṇi, idh'assa puriso pāṇātipātī adinnādāyī kāmesumicchācārī musāvādī pisuṇavāco pharusavāco samphappalāpī abhijjhālu byāpannacitto micchādiṭṭhiko.

sākhāpalāsa →

bodhirasa

branches and leaves

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, āvuso, puriso sār'atthiko sāragavesī sārapariyesanaṃ caramāno mahato rukkhassa tiṭṭhato sāravato atikkamm'eva mūlaṃ, atikkamma khandhaṃ, sākhāpalāse sāraṃ pariyesitabbaṃ maññeyya

tiṇakaṭṭhasākhāpalāsa →

bodhirasa

grass, timber, branches and leaves

SN 56.36 pāṇasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, puriso yaṃ imasmiṃ jambudīpe tiṇakaṭṭhasākhāpalāsaṃ tacchetvā ekajjhaṃ saṃhareyya, ekajjhaṃ saṃharitvā sūlaṃ kareyya

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

yaṃnūn'āhaṃ tiṇakaṭṭhasākhāpalāsaṃ saṃkaḍḍhitvā, kullaṃ bandhitvā, taṃ kullaṃ nissāya hatthehi ca pādehi ca vāyamamāno sotthinā pāraṃ uttareyyan'ti.

tālu →

bodhirasa

palate

MN 20 vitakkasaṇṭhānasuttaṃ

tena, bhikkhave, bhikkhunā dante'bhidantam'ādhāya jivhāya tāluṃ āhacca cetasā cittaṃ abhiniggaṇhitabbaṃ abhinippīḷetabbaṃ abhisantāpetabbaṃ.

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

moneyyaṃ te upaññissaṃ, khuradhār'ūpamo bhave, jivhāya tālum'āhacca, udare saññato siyā.

tāluja →

bodhirasa

palatal, lit. produced on the palate

bālāvatāra sandhi kaṇḍa

a kavagga hā kaṇṭhajā, i cavagga yā tālujā, u pavaggā oṭṭhajā, ṭavagga ra ḷā muddhajā, tavagga la sā dantajā, e kaṇṭhatālujo, o kaṇṭhoṭṭhajo, vo dantoṭṭhajo.

upalabbhati →

bodhirasa

is found (in), exists (in)

SNP 48 purābhedasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 10

na tassa puttā pasavo, khettaṃ vatthuñ'ca vijjati, attā vā'pi nirattā vā, na tasmiṃ upalabbhati.

uparipāsāda →

bodhirasa

upper storey of mansion, top terrace of a palace

DN 17.3 mahāsudassanasuttaṃ

idh'ānanda, rañño mahāsudassanassa tad'ah'uposathe pannarase sīsaṃ nhātassa uposathikassa uparipāsāda-vara-gatassa dibbaṃ cakkaratanaṃ pāturahosi sahassāraṃ sanemikaṃ sanābhikaṃ sabbākāraparipūraṃ.

uppala →

bodhirasa

water lilly, blue lotus

DHP 55 pupphavaggo

candanaṃ tagaraṃ vā'pi, uppalaṃ atha vassikī, etesaṃ gandhajātānaṃ, sīlagandho anuttaro.

AN 10.81 vāhanasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, vāhana, uppalaṃ vā padumaṃ vā puṇḍarīkaṃ vā udake jātaṃ udake saṃvaḍḍhaṃ udakā paccuggamma ṭhitaṃ anupalittaṃ udakena.

uppalahattha →

bodhirasa

bunch of water lilies, handful of blue lotuses

APA 47 pañcahatthiya therāpadānaṃ

pañca uppalahatthāni, āveḷatthaṃ ahaṃsu me, tena buddhaṃ apūjesiṃ, pasanno sehi pāṇibhi.

uyyānapāla →

bodhirasa

park-keeper, groundsman

JAa 14 vātamiga jātakavaṇṇanā

uyyānapālo tassa madhumakkhitatiṇesu paluddhabhāvaṃ ñatvā anukkamena attānaṃ dassesi.

vejayanta →

bodhirasa

Sakka’s Palace, lit. conquering

TH 263 mahāmoggallāna theragāthā

yo vejayanta-pāsādaṃ, pād'aṅguṭṭhena kampayi, tādisaṃ bhikkhum'āsajja, kaṇha dukkhaṃ nigacchasi.

vippalapanta →

bodhirasa

talking, chattering

DN 23.5 pāyāsisuttaṃ

udāhu vippalapantassa-eva coraghātā sīsaṃ chindeyyun'ti

ya →

bodhirasa

letter “y”, 34th letter of the alphabet, palatal semi-vowel

bālāvatāra sandhi kaṇḍa

a kavagga hā kaṇṭhajā, i cavagga yā tālujā, u pavaggā oṭṭhajā, ṭavagga ra ḷā muddhajā, tavagga la sā dantajā, e kaṇṭhatālujo, o kaṇṭhoṭṭhajo, vo dantoṭṭhajo.

bālāvatāra sarasandhi

16. yam'edantass'ādeso.

yakāra →

bodhirasa

letter “y”, 34th letter of the alphabet, palatal semi-vowel

bālāvatāra sarasandhi

kata-yakārassa tissa sabbo can'tī'ti.

āyupālayanta →

bodhirasa

taking care of one’s life, looking after one’s life

SN 3.13 doṇapākasuttaṃ

manujassa sadā satīmato, mattaṃ jānato laddhabhojane, tanu tassa bhavanti vedanā, saṇikaṃ jīrati āyupālayan'ti.

aciravatī →

dppn

A river, the modern Rāpti in Uttar Pradesh; one of the pañca-mahānadī, Vin.ii.237 the five great rivers flowing from the Himālaya eastwards (pācīnaninnā) SN.v.39 into the sea. During the hot seas …

ajapālanigrodha →

dppn

…SN.i.138f.

By Ajapāla-nigrodha it was, too, that, immediately after the Enlightenment, Māra tried to persuade the Buddha to die at…

andhavana →

dppn

A grove to the south of Sāvatthī, one gāvuta away from the city. It was well guarded and monks and nuns used to resort there in search of solitude. The Bhikkhunī Saṃyutta contains stories of nuns wh …

aranemi →

dppn

…Kuddālaka, Hatthipāla and Jotipāla. In the Aṅguttara AN.iv.135f. a seventh name is added, Araka.

They practised harmlessness and,…

arati →

dppn

One of the three daughters of Māra, the others being Taṇhā and Ragā. Seeing their father disconsolate after his repeated attempts to foil Gotama’s quest for Enlightenment, they offered to tempt the Bu …

avanti →

dppn

…Kuṭikaṇṇa

  • Dhammapāla
  • Abhayarājakumāra
  • Isidatta and Isidāsī

Mahā Kaccāna seems to have spent a good deal of his time in…

aṅgulimāla →

dppn

AṅgulimālaAhiṃsakaGaggaMantāniputta

A robber and murderer who was converted by the Buddha in the twentieth year of his ministry, and who later became an arahant. MN86

As a result of his deeds whole …

bhesakalāvana →

dppn

A grove in the Bhagga country. It contained a Deer Park wherein the Buddhastayed, on Suṃsumāragiri. Nearby was the house in which lived Nakulapitā and Nakulamātā. AN.ii.61 AN.iii.295 SN.iii.1 SN.iv.11 …

bimbisāra →

dppn

BimbisāraSeniya

King of Māgadha and patron of the Buddha.

According to the Pabbajā Sutta Snp.405ff. the first meeting between the Buddha and Bimbisāra took place in Rājagaha under the Paṇḍavapabba …

bodhi →

dppn

He lived at Suṃsumāragiri in the Bhagga country and built a palace called Kokanada. When the palace was completed, the Buddha was staying at Bhesakalāvana near by, and Bodhi sent a message by Sañjikāp …

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

cāpāla cetiya →

dppn

Cāpāla CetiyaCāpālacetiya

A shrine near Vesāli. Here the Buddha, three months before his parinibbāna, definitely decided to accede to the…

devadatta →

dppn

…elephant, Nalāgiri (or Dhanapāla), drunk with toddy, on to the road by which the Buddha would pass. The news spread rapidly, and the Buddha was…

dhamma →

dppn

Dhamma1

The palace built by Vissakamma for Mahāsudassana, by order of Sakka. DN.ii.180ff.

5buildingDhamma2

The lake in front of the palace mentioned above. DN.ii.184.

5lake

dhammapāla →

dppn

Dhammapāla

A monk whose Theragāthā verses praise the young monk who by virtue of his practice is awake while the world sleeps. Thag.203–204

disampati →

dppn

A king of long ago. His son was Reṇu and his chief stewards were firstly Govinda and later Jotipāla. DN.ii.230f.

ghaṭīkāra →

dppn

…a young brahmin named Jotipāla, was the friend of Ghaṭīkāra but had no faith in the Buddha, and Ghaṭīkāra, having failed to persuade him…

gopāla →

dppn

One of the Yakkha chieftains, to be invoked by the Buddha’s followers in time of need. DN.iii.205

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…

hatthipāla →

dppn

A teacher of old, with a following of many hundred disciples to whom he taught the way to union with Brahmā. AN.iii.371 AN.ii.373 AN.iv.135

huhuṅka →

dppn

…visited the Buddha at the Ajapālanigrodha seven days after his Enlightenment and asked him questions regarding the true brahmin. The Buddha…

jotipāla →

dppn

…his friend and invited Jotipāla to accompany him to the Buddha, but Jotipāla refused to go, saying that a “shaveling recluse” could be of no…

kassapa →

dppn

…a brahmin youth named Jotipāla who, afterwards, coming under the influence of Ghaṭīkāra, became a monk. DN.ii.7 DN.iii.196 This…

kikī →

dppn

King of Benares at the time of the Buddha Kassapa. When the Buddha arrived in Benares, the king, having listened to his sermon, entertained the Buddha and his monks at the palace. When the Buddha was …

kimbila →

dppn

KimbilaKimilaKimmila

A Sākiyan of Kapilavatthu. He was converted with Bhaddiya and four other Sākyan nobles at Anupiya. Vin.ii.182 Kimbila seems to have maintained throughout his early friendship wit …

kokanada →

dppn

The palace of Bodhirājakumāra, to which he invited the Buddha and the monks to a meal when the Buddha was staying at Bhesakalāvana; the palace was just completed. Vin.ii.127 Vin.iv.199 MN.ii.91

Bhesa …

korabya →

dppn

…According to the Raṭṭhapāla Sutta, MN.ii.65 Thag.776.ff. in the Buddha’s day, too, the ruler of Kuru was called Koravyarājā, and he…

kosambī →

dppn

The capital of the Vatsas or Vaṃsas. In the time of the Buddha its king was Parantapa, and after him reigned his son Udena. Kosambī was evidently a city of great importance at the time of the Buddha f …

kuru →

dppn

…recounted in the Raṭṭhapāla Sutta.MN.ii.65ff. Koravya had a park called Migacīra. Discourses to the Kurus include the Mahānidāna Sutta,…

kāsi →

dppn

…Kīṭāgiri and Dhammapālagāma. Kāsi and Kosala are frequently mentioned together. AN.v.59. Kāsigāma or Kāsinigama was probably the…

kūṭāgārasālā →

dppn

…AN.iii.167 and the Cāpāla-cetiya.SN.v.258 AN.iv.308f. It was from the Cāpāla-cetiya, during one of these walks that he gazed for the…

licchavī →

dppn

…are mentioned by name: Cāpāla, Sattambaka, Bahuputta, Gotama, Sārandada and Udena. It is, however, apparent from the Buddhist books themselves…

mahāmoggallāna →

dppn

MahāmoggallānaMoggallānaKolita

The second of the Chief Disciples of the Buddha. He and Sāriputta went forth as disciples of Sañjaya. After some time, Sāriputta, wandering about in Rājagaha, met Assaj …

migacīra →

dppn

A park near Indapatta, where Raṭṭhapāla Thera stayed. MN.ii.65

28.69299, 77.178953park

mucalinda →

dppn

…tree near the Ajapālanigrodha in Uruvelā. The Buddha spent there the third week after the Enlightenment. There was a great shower of…

māra →

dppn

MāraNamuciKaṇhaAdhipatiAntakaPamattabandhuPāpimā

Generally regarded as the personification of Death, the Evil One, the Tempter. Sometimes known as the Dark One (Kaṇha). Snp.355 MN.i.377 DN.ii.262 T …

nanda →

dppn

…was a cowherd of Kosambi. One day he heard the Buddha preach to the monks, using as simile a log of wood…

naḷakapāna →

dppn

A village in Kosala, where the Buddha once stayed and preached the Naḷakapāna Sutta. MN.i.462 There were two groves near the village, the Ketakavana and the Palāsavana; in the latter, Sāriputta preach …

nerañjarāya →

dppn

…Buddha lived under the Ajapāla Nigrodha at Uruvelā, on the banks of this river. There Māra tempted him, and, later, Brahmā persuaded him to…

niraya →

dppn

Hell. The Saṃyutta and Aṅguttara Nikāyas and the Sutta Nipāta contain a list of hells: Abbuda, Nirabbuda, Ababa, Aṭaṭa, Ahaha, Kumuda, Sogandhika, Uppala, Puṇḍarīka, Paduma. SN.i.149 AN.v.173 Snp.p.12 …

palāsavana →

dppn

A wood near Naḷakapāna in Kosala. The Buddha stayed there, AN.v.122 and it was there that the Naḷakapāna Sutta was preached. MN.i.462

near Naḷakapāna in Kosala3park

pilindavaccha →

dppn

PilindavacchaPilindivacchaPilindiyavacchaPilindaPilindiPilindiya

A monk whose enigmatic Theragāthā verse speaks of what has come and not departed. Thag.9 Certain devas who had been born in the deva w …

puṇḍarika →

dppn

A hell; it is a period of suffering in Avīci, equal to twenty Uppalakā. SN.i.152 Snp.p.126

5hell

pāvā →

dppn

…having stayed at the Ajakapālaka cetiya in Pāvā.

After the Buddha’s death, the Mallas of Pāvā claimed a share in his relics. Doṇa…

pāyāsi →

dppn

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

raṭṭhapāla →

dppn

…had often heard of Raṭṭhapāla’s fame, visited him. Their conversation is recorded in the Raṭṭhapāla Sutta. MN.ii.54ff.

The Vinaya…

reṇu →

dppn

…of his chief steward Jotipāla, who was also his great friend, divided his kingdom into seven parts and shared it with his friends—Sattabhū,…

rāhula →

dppn

RāhulaRāhulabhadda

Only son of Gotama Buddha. When the Buddha visited Kapilavatthu for the first time after his Enlightenment and accepted Suddhodana’s invitation, Rāhula’s mother sent the boy to the …

rājagaha →

dppn

A city, the capital of Māgadha.

The place was called Giribbaja (mountain stronghold) because it was surrounded by five hills—Paṇḍava, Gijjhakūṭa, Vebhāra, Isigili and Vepulla. It is said MN.iii.68 th …

sahampati →

dppn

…the Buddha was at the Ajapālanigrodha, hesitating as to whether or not he should preach the Dhamma, Sahampati appeared before him and begged of…

sakka →

dppn

SakkaVatrabhūVāsavaMaghavāMāghaPurindadaSahassakkhaSahassanettaSujampatiKosiya

Almost always spoken of as chief of the devas. The Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.i.229 contains a list of his names.

  • Maghavā, be …

sattabhū →

dppn

The king of the Kālingas in the time of Reṇu. His purohita was Jotipāla, and his capital, Dantapura. DN.ii.236

sañjaya →

dppn

Sañjaya1

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

Sañjaya2

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

sañjikāputta →

dppn

A young brahmin, friend of Bodhirājakumāra. He was sent to invite the Buddha to Bodhi’s palace, Kokanada. Vin.ii.127f. MN.ii.91

saṅkha →

dppn

A future king, who will be the Cakkavatti of Ketumatī at the time of the appearance of Metteyya Buddha in the world. He will raise up again the palace of King Mahāpanāda and live there. But later he w …

soṇa →

dppn

Soṇa1

A Thera, declared chief of those possessing clear utterance. AN.i.24 He lived in Avantī, where he met Mahākaccāna and was later ordained by him, after much difficulty assembling the …

taṇhā →

dppn

One of the three daughters of Māra, who tried to tempt the Buddha under the Ajapāla-nigrodha, soon after the Enlightenment. Snp.p.163 SN.i.124f.

taṇḍulapālidvārāya →

dppn

…of the gates of Rājagaha. Near the gate was the residence of the brahmin Dhānañjāni….

thullakoṭṭhika →

dppn

…township in the Kuru country. It was the birthplace of Raṭṭhapāla, and it was there that the Buddha stayed…

udena cetiya →

dppn

…Sārandada, Sattamba, Cāpāla and Bahuputta—all of which are described as beautiful spots. DN.ii.102 SN.v.260 AN.iv.309 DN.iii.9

26.01452,…

udāyī →

dppn

Udāyī1LāludāyīPaṇḍita Udāyī

There were at least two monks called Udāyī, and it is not always possible to be sure which one is meant. When the Buddha preached the Nāgopama Sutta, AN.iii.344 …

ukkacelā →

dppn

…of the loss the Order had sustained by their death. SN.v.163f.

The Cūḷagopālaka Sutta was also preached at Ukkacela….

uppala →

dppn

Uppala1

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in the Isigili Sutta. MN.iii.70

Uppala2

A hell realm. SN.i.152 Snp.p.126

5hell

uppalavaṇṇā →

dppn

Uppalavaṇṇā

One of the two chief women disciples of the Buddha, and the chief of the women possessed of psychic power. AN.i.25 The Therīgāthā Thig.234–235 SN.i.131f. contains several verses attribu …

uttarakuru →

dppn

A mythical region. A detailed description of it is given in the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta. DN.iii.199ff. The men who live there own no property nor have they wives of their own; they do not have to work for t …

uttarapāla →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse tell of how he overcame his desire and confusion and attained arahantship. Thag.252–254

vacchapāla →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of the ease of attaining Nibbana for one who practices well. Thag.71

vejayanta →

dppn

Vejayanta1

A palace belonging to Sakka. When Moggallāna visited Sakka to discover if he had fully understood the Buddha’s teaching in the Cūlatanhā saṅkhaya Sutta, Sakka tried to evade his …

vekaliṅga →

dppn

…Ghaṭīkāra, friend of Jotipāla. SN.i.34 SN.i.60

The township was in Kosala, and once, during his long stay in Kosala, the Buddha visited the…

vesāli →

dppn

…he went with Ānanda to Cāpāla cetiya for his siesta, and, in the course of their conversation, he spoke to Ānanda of the beauties of Vesāli:…

veḷuvana →

dppn

Veḷuvana1Veṇuvana

A park near Rājagaha, the pleasure garden of Bimbisāra. When the Buddha first visited Rājagaha, after his Enlightenment, he stayed at the Latthivanuyyāna. Vin.i.35 The da …

videha →

dppn

…Sutta, DN.ii.235 it was King Reṇu who, with the help of Mahāgovinda Jotipāla, founded the Videha kingdom.

26.712222, 85.9216671region

yakkha →

dppn

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

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

yama →

dppn

…in the negative, the nirayapālas take them away to the different hells. MN.iii.179ff.

In the Mahāsamaya Sutta DN.ii.259 mention is made of…

abhippalambati →

ncped

hangs down (over).

ajapālaka →

ncped

goatherd

ambapālaka →

ncped

guardian of mango trees

antepura →

ncped

the royal palace, esp. the inner apartments, the harem.

anupalabbhamāna →

ncped

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

anupalabbhiyamāna →

ncped

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

anupalakkhaṇa →

ncped

lack of observation, lack of attention.

apalāletabba →

ncped

apalāḷana →

ncped

enticing, luring away.

apalāḷeti →

ncped

entices, lures away.

appalābha →

ncped

receiving little gain or profit

apālamba →

ncped

restraining rail on a carriage.

ayakapāla →

ncped

an iron pot

ayokapāla →

ncped

an iron pot

capala →

ncped

unsteady, inconstant; thoughtless, inconsiderate, ill-mannered; frivolous.

cāpalasuṇa →

ncped

kind of (garlic or) onion; (a spring onion; ?)

dāyapāla →

ncped

the keeper or guardian of a park.

ekapalāsika →

ncped

with a single layered sole

gopāla →

ncped

cowherd.

gopālaka →

ncped

cowherd.

indakhīla →

ncped

post or stone set in the ground at the door of a house or palace or at the city gates against which the door or gate was closed; a threshold

jambupālaka →

ncped

guardian of rose apple trees.

kapāla →

ncped

  1. a bowl, a dish; an alms-bowl.
  2. a cooking-pan.
  3. the shell of a tortoise or turtle; of an egg; of a coconut.

kapālahatta →

ncped

with alms-bowl in hand

khettapāla →

ncped

one who guards a field, a watchman

nirayapāla →

ncped

guard, a torturer in hell.

tālu →

ncped

the palate.

upalabbhati →

ncped

is found, exists; is perceived; is ascertained

upalabbhiyati →

ncped

is found, exists; is perceived; is ascertained; (upalabbhati)

upalabhiyati →

ncped

is found, exists; is perceived; is ascertained; (upalabbhati)

upalāpana →

ncped

persuading (to friendship), winning over (with gifts).

upalāpenta →

ncped

upalāpesuṃ →

ncped

upalāpetabba →

ncped

upalāpeti →

ncped

treats with kindness, makes friendly overtures; wins over; persuades to friendship.

upalāpetvā →

ncped

upaḷāsetvā →

ncped

making sound, playing

upaḷāsitvā →

ncped

making sound, playing

uppala →

ncped

  1. the blue lotus (Nymphaea caerulea); any lotus.
  2. the name of a hell or place in Avīci (where one suffers for an uppala of years).

uppalagandhapaccatthika →

ncped

an enemy who is an “uppalagandha” robber (?)

uppalaka →

ncped

the name of a hell or place in Avīci (where one suffers for an uppala(ka) of years).

uppalasikharopama →

ncped

like the bud of the blue lotus

uppalavati →

ncped

swims (up); floats, floats around; leaps up, jumps; is frisky, excited

uyyānapāla →

ncped

keeper of a park; a guardian of a park

ārāmapāla →

ncped

keeper or guardian of a park

foolish babble →

nyana

[[foolish babble]]Foolish babble: sampha - ppalāpa see: kamma, kamma -pat ha I; cf. tiracchāna - kathā.

abhijjamāna →

pts

…has the same idiom. Dhammapāla’s note on that (Pv-a.169) is corrupt. At DN.i.78 the Colombo ed. 1904, reads abhejjamāne and tr. ʻnot…

abhippalambati →

pts

to hang down MN.iii.164 (olambati ajjholambati a.).

abhi + palambati

abhisaṃvisati →

pts

…a compound of doubtful derivation and meaning. Mrs. Rh. D., following Dhammapāla (p. 283) ʻa bag of skin with carrion filled’.

abhi +…

acchariya →

pts

…of acchariya) viz. Dhammapāla: anabhiṇha-ppavattitāya accharāpaharaṇa-yoggaṃ that which happens without a moment’s notice, at the…

aja →

pts

…goat-footed MN.i.134.

  • -pāla goatherd in ˚nigrodharukkha (Npl.) “goatherds’ Nigrodha-tree” Vin.i.2 sq. Dpvs.i.29…

anamatagga →

pts

…+ aggā (pl.). So Dhammapāla (avidit-agga Thag-a.289); Nāṇakitti in Ṭīkā on Dhs-a.11; Trenckner, Notes 64; Oldenberg Vin. Texts

ante →

pts

Ante˚

prefix near, inside, within; only in foll. compounds: -pura (nt.) “inner town”, the king’s palace, esp. its inner apartments i.e. harem [Sk. antaḥpura, cp. also P. antopura] Vin.i.75, Vin.i. …

anupālaka →

pts

adjective guarding, preserving Sdhp.474.

anu + pālaka

anupālana →

pts

maintenance, guarding, keeping Dpvs.iii.2.

fr. anupāleti

anussuka →

pts

adjective free from greed Dhp.199; cf. anussukin variant reading DN.iii.47, also anissukin and apalāsin.

an + ussuka

anutthunā →

pts

wailing, crying, lamenting Mnd.167 (= vācāpalāpa vippalāpa etc.).

fr. anutthunāti

apalāpin →

pts

see apalāsin.

Sk. apalāpin “denying, concealing” different

apalāsin →

pts

adjective either “not neglectful, pure, clean” (= apalāpin fr. palāsa chaff cp. apalāyin at Ja.v.4), or “not selfish, not hard, generous (as inferred from combn. with amakkhin & amaccharin) …

apalāyin →

pts

adjective not running away, steadfast, brave, fearless Cnd.13 (abhīru anutrāsin apalāyin as expln. of acchambhin and vīra); Ja.iv.296; Ja.v.4 (where C gives variant “apalāpinī ti pi pāṭho …

apalāḷeti →

pts

to draw over to Vin.i.85.

apa + lāḷeti

apanamati →

pts

to go away Snp.1102 (apanamissati, variant reading apalām˚ & apagam˚; explained at Cnd.60 by vajissati pakkhamissati etc
pp apanata (q.v.) Caus. apanāmeti

apayāti →

pts

to go away Ja.vi.183 (apāyāti metri causa; expld. by C. as apagacchati palāyati)
caus apayāpeti [Sk. apayāpayati] to make go drive away, dismiss MN.iii.176; SN.ii.119.

Sk. apayāti, apa …

apālamba →

pts

mechanism to stop a chariot, a safe guard “to prevent warriors from falling out”. SN.i.33 (Mrs Rh. D. trsl “leaning board”); Ja.vi.252 (variant reading upā˚; Kern trsl. “remhout”, i.e. brake).

“a Ved …

araṇa →

pts

…a syn. of metta. Thus Dhammapāla at Pv-a.230 explains it as “mettā-vihārin”, & in this meaning it is found freq. in BSk. e.g. Divy.401;…

ariya →

pts

…present to their minds Dhammapāla especially was probably a non -Aryan, and certainly lived in a Dravidian environment. The then current similar…

asura →

pts

…of mythological beings. Dhpāla at Pv-a.272 & the C. on Ja.v.186 define them as kāḷakañjaka-bhedā asurā. The are classed with other…

attamana →

pts

…Pv-a.132; Vv-a.21 (where Dhpāla gives two explains, either tuṭṭhamano or sakamano).

atta1 + mano, having an up raised mind….

atthi →

pts

to be, to exist.
pres Ind. 1st sg. asmi Snp.1120, Snp.1143; Ja.i.151; Ja.iii.55 and amhi MN.i.429; Snp.694; Ja.ii.153; Pv.i.10#2; Pv.ii.8#2.
■ 2

aya FIXME double →

pts

…bases.

  1. ayo˚
    • -kapāla an iron pot AN.iv.70 (variant reading ˚guhala) Cnd.304#iii. d.2 (of Niraya). *…

ayo →

pts

…bases.

  1. ayo˚
    • -kapāla an iron pot AN.iv.70 (variant reading ˚guhala) Cnd.304#iii. d.2 (of Niraya). *…

aṅgaṇa →

pts

Aṅgaṇa1

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

aṭṭha →

pts

Aṭṭha1

num. card, eight, decl. like pl. of adj. in-a A. The number in objective significance, based on natural phenomena: see compounds ˚angula, ˚nakha, ˚pada, ˚pāda B. The number in …

bahala →

pts

adjective dense, thick Vin.ii.112; Ja.i.467 (˚palāpa-tumba a measure thickly filled with chaff); Ja.ii.91; Mil.282; Vism.257 (˚pūva, where Kp-a.56 omits bahala), Vism.263 (opp. tanuka) Kp-a.62 (˚ku …

bala →

pts

Bala1

neuter

  1. strength power, force DN.ii.73; AN.i.244; Thag.188; Dhp.109 (one of the 4 blessings, viz. āyu, vaṇṇa, sukha, bala; cp Dhp-a.ii.239); Pv.i.5#12 (= kāya-bala Pv-a.30); Pv …

balasata →

pts

see palasata.

bandhati →

pts

to bind etc.

I. Forms

imper bandha DN.ii.350; pl. bandhantu Ja.i.153.
pot bandheyya SN.iv.198; Vin.iii.45
fut bandhayissati Mhvs.24.6;
aor abandhi Ja.iii. …

bhesajja →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.5.

bhindivāla →

pts

…also Geiger, P.Gr. §…

bhisikā →

pts

small bolster Vin.ii.148 (vātapāna˚ a roll to keep out draughts); Kp-a.50 (tāpasa˚ variant reading Kk kapala-bhitti, see Appendix to Indexes on Sutta Nipāta & Pj.).

fr. bhisi1

bhujaka →

pts

…tree growing (according to Dhpāla) only in the Gandhamādana grove of the Devaloka Vv.35#5; Vv-a.162.

fr. bhuj, as in bhuñjati2; or…

bhuñjati →

pts

…explains bhuj by “pālan ajjhohāresu,” i.e. eating & drinking for the purpose of living

Bhuñjati2

to clean, purify…

bhūmaka →

pts

Bhūmaka & ˚ika

(adj.) (only-˚)

  1. having floors or stories (of buildings) as dve˚ pāsāda Dhp-a.i.414; pañca˚; pāsāda a palace with 5 stories Ja.i.58, Ja.i.89; satta˚; with 7 stories (pāsāda) …

bhūmika →

pts

Bhūmaka & ˚ika

(adj.) (only-˚)

  1. having floors or stories (of buildings) as dve˚ pāsāda Dhp-a.i.414; pañca˚; pāsāda a palace with 5 stories Ja.i.58, Ja.i.89; satta˚; with 7 stories (pāsāda) …

brahma →

pts

Brahma & Brahmā

I. Brahman

neuter [cp. Vedic bráhman nt. prayer; nom. sg bráhma]

  1. the supreme good; as a buddhistic term used in a sense different from the brahmanic (save in controvers …

brahmā →

pts

Brahma & Brahmā

I. Brahman

neuter [cp. Vedic bráhman nt. prayer; nom. sg bráhma]

  1. the supreme good; as a buddhistic term used in a sense different from the brahmanic (save in controvers …

capala →

pts

adjective moving to & fro, wavering, trembling, unsteady, fickle SN.i.204 SN.v.269; MN.i.470 (and a˚ steady); AN.iii.199, AN.iii.355, AN.iii.391; Dhp.33; Pp.35; Ja.i.295; Ja.ii.360. At Ja.vi.548 it me …

capalatā →

pts

fickleness, unsteadiness Mil.93 Mil.251; Pgdp.47, Pgdp.64. At Cnd.585 as capalanā + cāpalyaṃ with gedhikatā, meaning greed, desire (cp. capala at Ja.vi.548).

fr. last

catur →

pts

base of numeral 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 (Snp.227); gen. m. catunnaṃ (Snp.p.102), (f. catassa …

cetiya →

pts

…Gotama (ka) ibid.; Cāpāla˚ DN.ii.102, DN.ii.118; SN.v.250; Ma-kuṭabandhana˚ DN.ii.160; Bahuputta˚ DN.ii.102, DN.ii.118; DN.iii.10;…

citta →

pts

Citta1 & Citra

adjective variegated, manifold, beautiful; tasty, sweet, spiced (of cakes), Ja.iv.30 (geṇḍuka); Dhp.171 (rājaratha); Vv.47#9; Pv.ii.11#2 (aneka˚); Pv.iv.3#13 (pūvā = madhurā …

cāpa →

pts

bow MN.i.429 (opposed to kodaṇḍa); Dhp.156 (˚âtikhīṇa shot from the bow, cp Dhp-a.iii.132), Dhp.320 (abl. cāpāto metri causa); Ja.iv.272 Ja.v.400; Mil.105 (daḷha˚), Mil.352.

  • *-[koṭi](/define/koṭi …

cāpalla →

pts

fickleness DN.i.115 (= DN-a.i.286). Also as cāpalya MN.i.470 Vb.351; Vism.106.

Der. fr. capala, Sk. cāpalya

cāṭi →

pts

…form of a large earthen jar, wherein a man could lie in ambush Ja.v.372, Ja.v.385;

  • -pāla (nt.) an earthenware shield (?…

dala →

pts

blade, leaf, petal (usually -˚); akkhi-d eyelid Thag-a.259; DN-a.i.194; Dhs-a.378; uppala˚ Dhs-a.311; kamala˚ (lotus-petal) Vv-a.35, Vv-a.38; muttā˚ (? DN-a.i.252; ratta-pavāḷa˚ Ja.i.75.

S …

deva →

pts

god, a divine being; usually in pl. devā the gods. As title attributed to any superhuman being or beings regarded to be in certain respects above the human level. Thus primarily (see 1a) …

dhamma →

pts

…Mil.193, etc.

  • -pāla guardian of the Law or the Dhp Ja.v.222, freq. also as Np.;
  • -pīti

dhāreti →

pts

to hold, viz.

  1. to carry, bear, wear, possess; to put on, to bring give DN.i.166≈(chavadussāni etc.); Vin.i.16 = DN.i.110 (telapajjotaṃ); DN.ii.19 (chattaṃ to hold a sunshade over a person); Pv-a.4 …

dhāvati →

pts

  1. to run run away, run quickly Snp.939 (cp. Mnd.419); Dhp.344; Ja.i.308; Ja.vi.332; Mnd.405 = Cnd.304#iii.; Pv.iv.16#1 = palāyati Pv-a.284#2; Dhp-a.i.389 (opp. gacchati); Pv-a.4; Sdhp.378.
  2. to c …

donī →

pts

…wrongly interpreted by Dhammapāla?) only in -nimmiñjana oil-cake. Pv.i.10#10 as -nimmijjani at Vv.3338 explained by telamiñjaka…

dukkha →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj. unpleasant, painful, causing misery (opp. sukha pleasant Vin.i.34; Dhp.117. Lit. of vedanā (sensation) MN.i.59 (˚ṃ vedanaṃ vediyamāna, see also below iii.1 …

dvi →

pts

number two.

A. Meanings

I. Two as unit

  1. with objective foundation:
    1. denoting a combination (pair, couple) or a repetition (twice). In this conn. frequent both objective …

dāya →

pts

…See also dāva.

  • -pāla a grove keeper Vin.i.350; MN.i.205.

Sk. dāva, conflagration of a forest; wood = easily…

dīpana →

pts

…Name of several Commentaries, e.g. the Paramattha-dīpanī of Dhammapāla on Th 2; Pv Vv
■ Cp. jotikā & uddīpanā.

eka →

pts

adjective noun masculine one. Eka follows the pron. declension i.e. nom. pl. is eke (e.g. Snp.43, Snp.294, Snp.780 etc.)

  1. “one” as number, either with or without contrast to two or more; often al …

gala →

pts

the throat Ja.i.216, Ja.i.264 Ja.iii.26; Ja.iv.494; Ja.i.194 (a dewlap); Pv-a.11, Pv-a.104.

  • -agga the top of the throat Sdhp.379;
  • -ajjhoharaniya able to be swallowed (of s …

ghana →

pts

Ghana1

  1. (adj.) solid, compact, massive; dense, thick; in eka˚ of one solid mass (of sela, rock) Vin.i.185 = Dhp.81 = Thag.643; Mil.386; AN.iii.378, cp. ghanasela-pabbata Dhp-a.i.74-gh. …

ghaṭikā →

pts

…(= Thag-a.269: bhikkhā-kapāla).

to ghaṭa1

Ghaṭikā2

feminine

  1. a small stick, a piece of a branch a twig…

ghaṭī →

pts

…Vin.ii.115 (= ghaṭi-kapāla Bdhgh);

  • -kāra a potter Dhp-a.i.380; Np. of a kumbhakāra SN.i.35, SN.i.60; MN.ii.45 sq (=…

go →

pts

…as ˚ka) Dhp.135; -pālaka = prec. Vin.i.152, Vin.i.243 sq.; MN.i.79, MN.i.115 sq., MN.i.220 = AN.v.347; MN.i.333;…

harita →

pts

…It is explained by Dhpāla as nīla (e.g. Vv-a.197; Pv-a.158), and its connotation is not fixed
■ Vin.i.137;…

iriyā →

pts

…Iti.31; Vism.145 (+ vutti pālana yapana).

-patha way of deportment; mode of movement; good behaviour. There are 4…

japati →

pts

(& jappati Dhtp.189, also ja pp.190 = vacane; sound-root jap) to mumble, whisper, utter, recite Ja.iv.204; Pv.ii.6#1 (= vippalapati Pv-a.94); Pv-a.97 ppr. jappaṃ SN.i.166 (palāpaṃ); Ja.iv.75. See …

kalāpa →

pts

  1. anything that comprises a number of things of the same kind; a bundle, bunch sheaf; a row, multitude; usually of grass, bamboo-or sugar-canes, sometimes of hair and feathers SN.iv.290 (tiṇa˚); Ja …

kamala →

pts

lotus, freq. combined with kuvalaya; or with uppala Ja.i.146; DN-a.i.40, explained as vārikiñjakkha Pv-a.77.

  1. lotus, the lotus flower, Nelumbium Ja.i.146; DN-a.i.40; Mhbv.3; Sdhp.325; Vv-a.43, …

kanaka →

pts

gold, usually as uttatta˚; molten gold; said of the colour of the skin Bv.i.59; Pv.iii.3#2; Ja.v.416; Pv-a.10 suvaṇṇa).

  • -agga gold-crested Ja.v.156;
  • -chavin of golden co …

kapalla →

pts

…is only a variant of kapāla.

  • -pāti an earthen pot, a pan Ja.i.347 = Dhp-a.i.371
  • -pūva a…

kapāla →

pts

…beggar, Thag.1118; Ja.i.89; Ja.iii.32 Ja.v.468; Pv-a.3.

Sk. kapāla, see kapalla

kapālaka →

pts

  1. a small vessel, bowl Ja.i.425.
  2. a beggar’s bowl Ja.i.235; Dhp-a.ii.26.

kasaṭa →

pts

  1. (adj.) bad, nasty; bitter, acrid; insipid, disgusting AN.i.72; Ja.ii.96; Ja.ii.159.
  2. (m.)
    1. fault, vice, defect MN.i.281; Pts.ii.87
    2. leavings, dregs Vv-a.288 (variant reading sakaṭa) …

kañcana →

pts

gold AN.iii.346 Thag.691 (muttaṃ selā va k.); Thig.266 (k˚ ssa phalakaṃ va); Vv-a.4, Vv-a.9 (= jātarūpa). Esp. freq. in compounds = of or like gold.

kaṃsa →

pts

…Vv.5#4 is explained by Dhammapāla Vv-a.36 as “bells.”
■ It is doubtful whether brass was known in the Ganges valley when the earlier…

kaṇḍu →

pts

Kaṇḍu1

feminine the itch, itching, itchy feeling, desire to scratch Vin.i.202, Vin.i.296; Ja.v.198; Vism.345. kaṇḍuṃ karoti to make or cause to itch Ja.v.198; vineti to allay the itch, to …

kaṇṇikā →

pts

  1. an ornament for the ear, in ˚lakkhaṇa: see below.
  2. the pericarp of a lotus Ja.i.152, Ja.i.183; Ja.v.416; Mil.361; Vism.124 (paduma˚); Vv-a.43.
  3. the corner of the upper story of a palace or pag …

kaṇṭhaka →

pts

Kaṇṭhaka1

thorn, see kaṇṭaka.

Kaṇṭhaka2

Name of Gotama’s horse, on which he left his father’s palace Mhbv.25; spelt kanthaka at Ja.i.54, Ja.i.62 sq.

kaṭṭha →

pts

Kaṭṭha1

ploughed, tilled Snp.80; Mil.255; Pv-a.45, Pv-a.62. a˚ untilled, unprepared Anvs.27. su˚ well-ploughed AN.i.229; Mil.255.

Sk. kṛṣṭa, pp. of kasati, cp. kiṭṭha

Kaṭṭha2</su …

kevala →

pts

(adj-adv.) expression of the concept of unity and totality: only, alone; whole, complete; adv altogether or only

  1. ˚ṃ (adv.)
    1. only = just: k tvaṃ amhākaṃ vacanaṃ karohi “do all we tell you Pv\ …

khetta →

pts

…Snp.524

  • -pāla one who guards a field Ja.iii.54;
  • -mahantatā the supremeness of the field (of…

kodha →

pts

anger. Nearest synonyms are āghāta (Dhs.1060 = Cnd.576 both expositions also of dosa), upanāha (always in chain rāga, dosa, moha, kodha, upanāha) and *[dhūma]( …

kula →

pts

(nt.; but poetic pl. kulā Pv.ii.9#43)

  1. clan a high social grade, “good family,” cp. Gr. (doric) φυά, Goth. kuni. A collection of cognates and agnates, in sense of Ohg. sippa, clan; “house” in sense …

kusala →

pts

…k. is explained by Dhpāla & Bdhgh by; kucchita and salana, viz. kucchita-salanādi atthena…

kuñja →

pts

…a glen, dell, used by Dhpāla in expln of kuñjara at Vv-a.35 (kuñjaro ti kuñje giritale ramati and Pv-a.57 (kuṃ pathaviṃ…

kāla →

pts

…is used both by Bdhgh. and Dhpāla: Dhs-a.317 and Pv-a.90–Pv-a.91

  1. Kāḷa, dark, black, etc., in enumn of colours Vv.22#1 (see…

kāma →

pts

…kāmacchanda passage. -pāla the guardian of wishes i.e. benefactor Ja.v.221; -pipāsā thirst for…

kāḷa →

pts

…is used both by Bdhgh. and Dhpāla: Dhs-a.317 and Pv-a.90–Pv-a.91

  1. Kāḷa, dark, black, etc., in enumn of colours Vv.22#1 (see…

kīṭa →

pts

…Vism.115. kīṭa at Ja.v.373 means a kind of shield (= cāṭipāla? c.), the reading should prob. be…

lahati →

pts

to lick: see ullahaka, palahati, & lehati.

lambheti →

pts

see palambheti (to deceive, dupe) It may be possibie that reading lampetvā at AN.ii.77 (variant reading lambitvā) is to be corrected to lambhetvā (combined with *hāpetvā) …

lapati →

pts

to talk prattle, mutter Snp.776; Iti.122; Pv.i.8#1; Pv.ii.6#3
■ Cp ullapati, palapati, samullapati
caus lapeti (and lāpeti, metri causâ) to talk to, to accost, beg SN.i.31 (h …

lasati →

pts

to desire, long; to dance, play sport; to shine; to sound forth. See lāsana, abhilāsa upaḷāseti, alasa, vilāsa
caus lāseti to sport, to amuse (oneself) Vin.ii.10 (with vādeti, gā …

lihati →

pts

to lick; pres. lehati Ja.ii.44; aor. lehayiṃsu Pv-a.198 (variant reading for palahiṃsu). Cp. parilehisaṃ Vv.81#21 Vv-a.316; ger. lehitvā DN-a.i.136 (sarīraṃ); Vv-a.314. pp. …

likhati →

pts

  1. to scratch; to cut carve; write, inscribe MN.i.127 (rūpāni); Ja.ii.372 (suvaṇṇa-patte); Ja.iv.257 (id.), Ja.iv.488, Ja.iv.489 (jāti-hingulakena); Dhp-a.i.182; Pv-a.145 (nāmaṃ likhi wrote his na …

loha →

pts

metal, esp. copper, brass or bronze It is often used as a general term & the individual application is not always sharply defined. Its comprehensiveness is evident from the classification of *[loha](/ …

loka →

pts

…(opp. ˚samudaya). -pāla (˚devatā) guardian (governor) of the world, which are usually sepcified as four, viz. Kuvera…

luddha →

pts

greedy, covetous AN.iii.433 (with pharusa-vāca & samphappalāpin); Iti.84; Mil.92 (duṭṭha, mūḷha, l.); Ja.i.124.

pp. of lubbhati

lāpeti →

pts

see lapati & cp. upalāpeti.

mahant →

pts

adjective great, extensive, big important, venerable
■ nom. mahā Snp.1008; Mhvs.22, Mhvs.27. Shortened to maha in cpd. pitāmaha (following a …

mahī →

pts

…Mhvs.33, Mhvs.32.

  • -pāla king Mhvs.4, Mhvs.38; Mhvs.5, Mhvs.265.
  • -ruha tree (“growing out of the…

makkha →

pts

Makkha1

hypocrisy; usually combined with paḷāsa (see also palāsa MN.i.15; AN.i.95, AN.i.100, AN.i.299; AN.iv.148, AN.iv.456; AN.v.39, AN.v.156, AN.v.209 AN.v.310, AN. …

makkhin →

pts

adjective concealing, hypocritical; harsh, merciless; often combined with palāsin (e.g. at Vin.ii.89; Ja.iii.259) DN.iii.45, DN.iii.246. a˚ (+ apalāsin) DN.iii.47; AN.iii.111; …

mandira →

pts

house, edifice, palace Snp.996, Snp.1012; Ja.v.480; Ja.vi.269, Ja.vi.270; Dāvs ii.67 (dhātu˚ shrine).

cp. late Sk. mandira

maya →

pts

…is given by Dhammapāla at Vv-a.10 where he distinguishes 6 meanings of the word, viz 1 asma -d-atthe, i.e. “myself” (as…

meraya →

pts

Five kinds are given by Dhpāla at Vv-a.73 viz. pupph-āsava, phal’ āsava, madhv˚, guḷ˚, sambhārasaṃyutta

Epic Sk. maireya, cp….

misseti →

pts

  1. to mix Mil.126 (mayaṃ missayissāma); Pv-a.191 (palāse sālīhi saddhiṃ).
  2. to bring together in cohabitation, to couple Ja.v.154 (C.: kilesana misseti)

pp missita.

Caus. of * …

munana →

pts

…“muni,” used by Dhpāla at Vv-a.114 (mahā-isibhūtaṃ… mahanten’ eva ñāṇena munanato paricchindanato mahā muniṃ), &…

muni →

pts

…moved by the spirit.“ Pāli explains (popular etym.) are given by Dhammapāla at Vv-a.114 & Vv-a.231 see munana

mālā →

pts

garland, wreath, chaplet; collectively = flowers; fig. row, line Snp.401; Pp.56 Vism.265 (in simile); Pv.ii.3#16 (gandha, m., vilepana as a “lady’s” toilet outfit); Pv.ii.4#9 (as one of the 8 or 10 st …

nava →

pts

Nava1

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

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

nikasa →

pts

whetstone Dāvs iii.87 (˚opala).

Sk. nikasa, ni + kasati

nikata →

pts

adjective deceived, cheated MN.i.511 (+ vañcita paladdha); SN.iv.307 (+ vañcita paluddha).

Sk. nikṛta, ni + karoti “done down”

nimba →

pts

the Nimb tree (Azadirachta Indica), bearing a bitter leaf, & noted for its hard wood Vin.i.152 (˚kosa), Vin.i.284 (id.), Vin.i.201 (˚kasāva); AN.i.32 AN.v.212; Vv.33#36 (˚muṭṭhi, a handful of N. leave …

nipalāvita →

pts

past participle (Com. reading for vipalāvita text) made to swim, immersed, thrown into water Ja.i.326.

Sk. viplāvita, see plavati

nippalāpa →

pts

adjective free from prattle or talk, not talking AN.ii.183 (apalāpa + ; variant reading ˚palāsa).

nis + palāpa

niraya →

pts

-pāla a guardian of P. a devil AN.i.138, AN.i.141; MN.iii.179; Mnd.404; Vv-a.226 Names of guardians (after their…

nīla →

pts

adjective dark-blue, blue-black blue-green. Nīla serves as a general term to designate the “coloured-black,” as opposed to the “colouredwhite” (pīta yellow), which pairs (nīla-pīta) are both set …

ogha →

pts

…simile in other ways. Dhammapāla of Kāñcipura twice uses the word in the sense of flood of water (Vv-a.48, Vv-a.110, see above 1).

*…

ohiyyaka →

pts

adjective noun one who is left behind (in the house as a guard) Vin.iii.208; Vin.iv.94; SN.i.185 (vihārapāla).

fr. ohīyati, avahiyyati

opadhika →

pts

…interpretation is given by Dhpāla at Vv-a.154 as “atta-bhāva-janaka paṭisandhi-pavatti-vipāka-dāyaka”
■ SN.i.233 = AN.iv.292;…

opatita →

pts

falling (down) Pv-a.29 (udaka; variant reading ovuḷhita, opalahita; context rcads at Pv-a.29 mahāsobbhehi opatitena udakena, but id. p. at Kp-a.213 reads mahāsobbha-sannipātehi).

pp. of opatati

otarati →

pts

to descend, to go down to (c. acc.), to be-take oneself to. ppr. otaranto Vin.ii.221
aor otari Snp-a.486 (for avaṃsari); Dhp-a.i.19 (cankamanaṃ) Pv-a.47 (nāvāya mahāsamuddaṃ), Pv-a.75
inf * …

paccanubhoti →

pts

to experience, undergo, realise MN.i.295; SN.v.218, SN.v.264 sq., SN.v.286 sq. SN.v.353; AN.iii.425 sq.; Iti.38; Pv-a.26, Pv-a.44, Pv-a.107 (dukkhaṃ)
fut paccanubhossati DN.ii.213; SN.i.133, SN …

paccupalakkhaṇā →

pts

differentiation SN.iii.261 (a˚) Dhs.16 = Pp.25; Dhs.292, Dhs.555, Dhs.1057.

paṭi + upalakkhaṇā

paduma →

pts

the lotus Nelumbium speciosum. It is usually mentioned in two varieties, viz. ratta˚; and seta˚; i.e. red and white lotus so at Ja.v.37; Snp-a.125; as ratta˚ at Vv-a.191; Pv-a.157. The latter s …

paladdha →

pts

taken over, “had,” overcome, deceived MN.i.511 (nikata vañcita p. where variant reading and id p. SN.iv.307 however reads paluddha); Ja.iii.260 (dava˚ abhibhūta C.).

pp. of pa + labh

palagaṇḍa →

pts

mason, bricklayer, plasterer MN.i.119; SN.iii.154 (the reading phala˚ is authentic, see Geiger, P.G. § 40) AN.iv.127.

cp. Sk. palagaṇḍa Halāyudha ii.436; BSk. palagaṇḍa Avs.i.339; Aṣṭas. Pār. 231; …

palahati →

pts

to lick Pv.iii.5#2 = Pv-a.198.

pa + lahati

palaka →

pts

species of plant Ja.vi.564.

cp. late Sk. pala, flesh, meat

palambati →

pts

to hang down Thag-a.210; Sdhp.110
pp palambita (q.v.). See also abhi˚.

pa + lambati

palambheti →

pts

to deceive DN.i.50, cp. DN-a.i.151.

pa + lambheti

palambita →

pts

hanging down Thig.256, Thig.259; Thag-a.211.

pp. of palambati

palapati →

pts

to talk nonsense Ja.ii.322. Cp. vi˚.

pa + lapati

palasata →

pts

rhinoceros Ja.vi.277 (variant reading phalasata explained as “khagga-miga,” with gloss “balasata”); as phalasata at Ja.vi.454 (explained as phalasata-camma C.) See palāsata.

palavana →

pts

Pilavana & Palavana

neuter swimming, plunging Ja.v.409 (pl˚).

fr. plu

palavati →

pts

to float, swim Vin.iv.112; Dhp.334; Thag.399; Ja.iii.190.

Vedic plavati, plu

palaḷita →

pts

led astray SN.iv.197 (variant reading ˚lāḷita). At AN.iii.5 we read palāḷita, in phrase kāmesu p. (“sporting in pleasures”? Or should we read palolita?).

pa + laḷita

palaṇḍuka →

pts

an onion Vin.iv.259.

cp. Epic Sk. palāṇḍu, pala (white) + aṇḍu (= aṇḍa? egg)

paleti →

pts

see palāyati.

pallati →

pts

(pallate), is guarded or kept, contracted (poetical) form of pālayate (so Cy.) Ja.v.242.

paluddha →

pts

seduced, enticed SN.iv.307 (where id. p. MN.i.511 reads paladdha); Ja.i.158; Ja.vi.255 Ja.vi.262. See also palobheti & palobhita.

pp. of pa + lubh

palāla →

pts

straw Ja.i.488; Dhp-a.i.69.

  • -channaka a roof of thatch Thag.208.
  • -piṇḍa a bundle of straw Vism.257 = Kp-a.56.
  • -pīṭhaka “straw foot-stool,” a kind …

palāpa →

pts

Palāpa1

chaff of corn, pollard AN.iv.169 (yava˚); Ja.i.467, Ja.i.468; Ja.iv.34; Snp-a.165 (in exegesis of palāpa2 variant reading BB palāsa), Snp-a.312 (id.); Ja.iv.34, Ja.iv. …

palāpeti →

pts

Palāpeti1

to cause to run away, to put to flight, drive away Ja.ii.433; Dhp-a.i.164, Dhp-a.i.192 Dhp-a.iii.206.

Caus. of palāyati

Palāpeti2

to prattle, talk Ja.i.73, Ja.i. …

palāpin →

pts

in apalāpin “not neglectful” see palāsin.

palāsa →

pts

Palāsa1

masculine & neuter

  1. the tree Butea frondosa or Judas tree Ja.iii.23 (in Palāsa Jātaka).
  2. a leaf; collectively (nt.) foliage, pl. (nt.) leaves SN.ii.178; Ja.i.120 (nt.); Ja.iii …

palāsata →

pts

rhinoceros Ja.v.206 Ja.v.408; Ja.vi.277.

so read for palasata & palasada; cp. Vedic parasvant given by BR. in meaning “a certain large animal, perhaps the wild ass”

palāsika →

pts

adjective

  1. in cpd. paṇḍu˚; one who lives by eating withered leaves DN-a.i.270, DN-a.i.271.
  2. in cpd. eka˚; (upāhanā) (a shoe) with one lining (i.e. of leaves) Vin.i.185 (= eka paṭala Bdhgh; …

palāsin →

pts

(paḷāsin) adjective spiteful, unmerciful, malicious MN.i.43 sq., MN.i.96; AN.iii.111; combined with makkhin at Vin.ii.89 (cp. Vin Texts iii.38); Ja.iii.259 apaḷāsin DN.iii.47 …

palāta →

pts

run away Ja.vi.369; Vism.326; Vv-a.100; Dhp-a.ii.21.

contracted form of palāyita, pp. of palāyati, cp. Prk. palāa (= *palāta) Pischel, Prk. Gr. § 567

palātatta →

pts

running away, escape Ja.i.72.

abstr. fr. palāta

palāyana →

pts

running away Dhp-a.i.164. See also pālana.

fr. palāy

palāyanaka →

pts

adjective running away Ja.ii.210 (˚ṃ karoti to put to flight).

fr. palāy

palāyati →

pts

to run (away) Vin.iii.145 (ubbijjati uttasati p.); AN.ii.33 (yena vā tena vā palayanti); Snp.120; Ja.ii.10; Dhp-a.i.193; Pv-a.253 Pv-a.284 (= dhāvati)
ppr palāyanto SN.i.209 = Thig.248 = Pv.ii. …

palāyin →

pts

adjective running away, taking to flight SN.i.221 = SN.i.223
■ Usually neg. apalāyin SN.i.185, and in phrase abhīru anutrāsin apalāyin SN.i.99; Thag.864; Ja.iv.296 and passim. …

palāḷita →

pts

parama →

pts

adjective highest, most excellent, superior, best paraphrased by agga seṭṭha visiṭṭha at Cnd.502 A Mnd.84, Mnd.102 (the latter reading viseṭṭha for visiṭṭha); by uttama at Dhp-a …

paribhāveti →

pts

to cause to be pervaded or penetrated, to treat, supply Vin.i.279 (uppalahatthāni bhesajjehi p.); Ja.iv.407
pp paribhāvita (q.v.).

Caus. of paribhavati

patati →

pts

to fall, jump, fall down on (loc. acc. & instr.), to alight Ja.i.278 (dīpake); Snp.248 (nirayaṃ); Pv.iv.10#8 (1st pl. patāmase); Mil.187; Pv-a.45 ppr. patanto Ja.i.263 (asaniyā); Ja.iii.188 (nāvāya …

paveṇi →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.174.

  • -pālaka guardian of tradition Vism.99 (tanti-dhara vaṃsanurakkhaka +); Dhp-a.iii.386.

pa +…

paṇḍu →

pts

adjective pale-red or yellow, reddish, light yellow, grey; only at Thig.79 (kisā paṇḍu vivaṇṇā), where paṇḍu represents the usual up-paṇḍ’-uppaṇḍuka-jātā: “thin, pale and colourless” (see Thag- …

paṭaccarin →

pts

adjective poor (lit. dressed in old clothes): so read perhaps at Ja.vi.227 (vv. ll paḷaccari paṭiccari).

paṭa + carin but cp. Sk. pāṭaccara a shoplifter Halāyudha 2, 185

paṭala →

pts

  1. a covering, membrane, lining, envelope, skin film Vism.257 (maṃsa˚ of the liver, where Kp-a.54 reads maṃsa-piṇḍa), Vism.359 (phaṇa˚); Dhs-a.307 (7 akkhi˚ membranes of the eye); Kp-a.21 (samuppa …

phala →

pts

Phala1

neuter to burst, thus lit. “bursting,” i.e. ripe fruit; see phalati]

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

phalagaṇḍa →

pts

is spurious writing for palagaṇḍa (q.v.).

phalasata →

pts

see palasata
■ At Ja.vi.510 it means “goldbronze” (as material of which a “sovaṇṇa-kaṃsa” is made).

phaleti →

pts

at DN.i.54 is spurious reading for paleti (see palāyati), explained by gacchati DN-a.i.165; meaning “runs, not with translation “spreads out”.

to sphar

phandana →

pts

  1. (adj.) throbbing, trembling, wavering Dhp.33 (phandanaṃ capalaṃ); Ja.vi.528 (˚māluvā trembling creeper) Dhp-a.i.50 (issa˚ throbbing with envy).
  2. (m.) Name of a tree Dalbergia (aspen?) AN.i.202; …

phāla →

pts

…early time, as is shown by kapāla AN.iv.70 for phāla Kern comments on the word at

Toevoegselen

ii.139. See Vin.i.225 (phālo divasantatto, so…

pilavana →

pts

Pilavana & Palavana

neuter swimming, plunging Ja.v.409 (pl˚).

fr. plu

pilavati →

pts

Pilavati & Plavati

to move quickly (of water), to swim, float, sway to & fro Thag.104; Mil.377; Vv-a.163; Dhs-a.76. As plavati at Ja.i.336 (verse) Dhp.334 (variant reading SS; …

pilāla →

pts

at Ja.i.382 (˚piṇḍa + mattikā-piṇḍa) is doubtful. Fausböll suggests mistake for palala straw, so also Ed. Müller, P.Gr. 6.

pippala →

pts

pepper Vin.i.201, cp. Vin. Texts ii.46.

for the usual P. pipphalī, Sk. pippalī

pipphala →

pts

the fruit of Ficus religiosa, the holy fig tree Ja.vi.518 (Kern’s reading,

Toevoegselen

s. v. for T. maddhu-vipphala C. reads madhuvipphala & explains by madhuraphala).

cp. Epic Sk. pippala, on …

pipphalaka →

pts

? scissors (? so ed.) DN-a.i.70.

etym.? BR give Sk. *pippalaka in meaning “thread for sewing”

pipphalī →

pts

long pepper SN.v.79; Ja.iii.85; Vv.43#6; Dhp-a.i.258 (˚guhā npl.); Dhp-a.iv.155.

with aspirate ph for p, as in Sk. pippalī, see Geiger, P.Gr. § 62. See also pippala. Etym. loan words are Gr. πέπε …

plavati →

pts

Pilavati & Plavati

to move quickly (of water), to swim, float, sway to & fro Thag.104; Mil.377; Vv-a.163; Dhs-a.76. As plavati at Ja.i.336 (verse) Dhp.334 (variant reading SS; …

puppha →

pts

Puppha1

neuter a flower Vin.ii.123; SN.i.204 = Ja.iii.308; Snp.2, Snp.5; Dhp.47 sq.; Dhp.377; Vism.430; Snp-a.78 (paduma˚); Vv-a.73; Pv-a.127; Sdhp.550- pupphāni (pl.) Vb-a.255 (of …

puñja →

pts

(usually -˚) a heap, pile, mass, multitude Vin.ii.211; Ja.i.146 (sabba-rogānaṃ). As in foll. compounds: aṭṭhi˚ Iti.17 (+ aṭṭhikandala); kaṭṭha˚ AN.iii.408; AN.iv.72; Ja.ii.327 …

puñña →

pts

…word is explained by Dhammapāla as “santānaṃ punāti visodheti, i.e. cleaning the continuation (of life) Vv-a.19, thus taken to pu. The…

puṇḍarīka →

pts

the white lotus DN.i.75 = AN.iii.26 (in sequence uppala padụma, p.); DN.ii.4 (Sikhī puṇḍarīkassa mūle abhisambuddho); MN.iii.93; SN.i.138, SN.i.204 = Ja.iii.309; AN.i.145 (uppala paduma p.); AN.ii.86 …

pāceti →

pts

…on Dhp.135 (āyuṃ p. gopālako viya… peseti Dhp-a.iii.60).

for pājeti, with c. for j (see Geiger,

Pali Grammar

§ 39#3); pra + aj:…

pālaka →

pts

(-˚) a guardian, herdsman MN.i.79; SN.iii.154; AN.iv.127; Ja.iii.444.

fr.

pālana →

pts

…living, at Dhtp.379. As; pālanā at the Dhs passages of same context as above (see under yapana).

fr….

pālanā →

pts

guarding, keeping Ja.i.158; Dhs.19, Dhs.82,295. Pali (Pali)

fr. pāleti cp. Epic Sanskrit pālana nt.

pāleti →

pts

…A contracted (poetical) form is found as; pallate at Ja.v.242, explained by C. as pālayati (pālayate), used as Med
pass

cp. (Epic) Sk….

pāsa →

pts

Pāsa1

a sling, snare, tie, fetter SN.i.105, SN.i.111; AN.ii.182; AN.iv.197; Vin.iv.153 (? hattha˚); Snp.166; Iti.36 (Māra˚); Ja.iii.184; Ja.iv.414; Pv-a.206. On its frequent use in simile …

pāsāda →

pts

lofty platform, a building on high foundations, a terrace, palace Vin.i.58, Vin.i.96, Vin.i.107, Vin.i.239; Vin.ii.128, Vin.ii.146, Vin.ii.236 (cp. Vin. Texts i.174; iii.178); DN.ii.21; SN.i.137; AN …

pīta →

pts

Pīta1

  1. having drunk or (pred.) being drunk (as liquid) SN.i.212 (madhu˚); Ja.i.198; Pv-a.25 (with asita, khāyita & sāyita as fourfold food).
  2. soaked or saturated with (-˚), in *kasāya …

pīṭhaka →

pts

chair, stool Vv-a.8, Vv-a.124. See also palāla˚.

fr. pīṭha

rakkhati →

pts

…in P. aggala. The Dhtp.18 explains rakkh by “pālana”.

rasa →

pts

Rasa1

that which is connected with the sense of taste. The defn given at Vism.447 is as follows “jivhā-paṭihanana-lakkhaṇo raso, jivhā-viññāṇassa visaya-bhāvo raso, tass’ ev …

ratha →

pts

…from rathe śubha. Dhpāla at Pv-a.163 clearly understands it as ratha- = charioteer explaining “rathesu usabha-sadiso mahā-ratho ti…

rājan →

pts

…e.g. DN.iii.59. Dhammapāla gives the dignity of a C. as the first “human sovereign powers” (Pv-a.117). The four iddhi’s of a C. are…

rājā →

pts

…e.g. DN.iii.59. Dhammapāla gives the dignity of a C. as the first “human sovereign powers” (Pv-a.117). The four iddhi’s of a C. are…

sadā →

pts

adverb always Snp.1041, Snp.1087, Snp.1119; Cnd.631 (where long stereotype definition); Dhp.79; Pv.ii.8#11 (= sabbakālaṃ yāvajīvaṃ Pv-a.110); Pv.ii.9#37 (= sabbakālaṃ divase divase sāyañ ca pāto ca P …

sampha →

pts

adjective noun frivolous; nt. frivolity, foolishness only in connection with expressions of talking, as samphaṃ bhāsati to speak frivolously AN.ii.23; Snp.158; samphaṃ giraṃ bh. Ja.vi.295; *sampha …

sata →

pts

Sata1

(num. card.) a hundred, used as nt (collect.), either-˚ or as apposition, viz. gāma-sataṃ a hundred (ship of) villages Dhp-a.i.180; jaṭila-satāni 100 ascetics Vin.i.24; jāti˚ DN. …

satta →

pts

Satta1

hanging, clinging or attached to Vin.i.185; DN.ii.246; Mnd.23, Mnd.24; Dhp.342; Ja.i.376 Cp. āsatta1 & byāsatta.

pp. of sañj: sajjati

Satta2

  1. (m.) a li …

sañchinna →

pts

Vin.i.255 (of the kaṭhina, with samaṇḍalīkata “hemmed”). Also in cpd. -patta “with leaves destroyed” is Nd ii.reading at Snp.44 (where T. ed. & Snp-a.91 read; saṃsīna), as wel …

saṃ →

pts

… ■ Bdhgh & Dhpāla explain; saṃ˚; by sammā (Snp-a.151; Kp-a.209: so read for samā…

saṅkheyya →

pts

…a hermitage, the residence of Thera Āyupāla Mil.19, Mil.22 etc.

sivikā →

pts

palanquin, litter Bv.17, Bv.16 (text savakā); Pv.i.11#1; Vin.i.192; --gabbha a room in shape like a palanquin, an alcove Vin.ii.152; mañca-˚ Ja.v.136, Ja.v.262 (a throne palanquin?). suvaṇṇa˚

sākhā →

pts

branch Vin.i.28; MN.i.135; AN.i.152; AN.ii.165 AN.ii.200 sq.; AN.iii.19, AN.iii.43 sq., AN.iii.200; AN.iv.99, AN.iv.336; AN.v.314 sq.; Snp.791; Ja.v.393; Ja.ii.44; a spur of a hill AN.i.243; AN.ii.140 …

sāravant →

pts

adjective valuable, having kernel or pith (said of grain or trees) AN.iv.170 (synom. daḷha, opp palāpa); SN.v.163; MN.i.111 = MN.i.233.

fr. sāra

sīla →

pts

  1. nature, character, habit behaviour; usually as-˚ in adj. function “being of such a nature,” like, having the character of…, e.g. adāna˚; of stingy character, illiberal Snp.244; Pv-a.68 (+ macc …

ta →

pts

Ta˚

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

I. Cases: nom

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

tamāla →

pts

Name of a tree (Xanthochymus pictorius) Pv.iii.10#5 (+ uppala).

Sk. tamāla

taṇḍula →

pts

…Dhp-a.iv.15;

  • -pāladvārā “doors (i.e. house) of the rice-guard” Npl. MN.ii.185
  • -muṭṭhi a…

ti FIXME double →

pts

Ti

adverb the apostrophe form of iti, thus. See iti.

cp. Sk. iti

Ti˚

base of numeral three in compound; consisting of three, threefold; in numerical compounds also three (3 times).

*-[kaṭuka](/d …

toraṇa →

pts

an arched gateway, portal Vin.ii.154; DN.ii.83; Vv.35#1 (= dvārakoṭṭhaka-pāsādassa nāmaṃ Vv-a.160); Ja.iii.428; Dāvs v.48.

Sk. toraṇa, perhaps related to Gr. τύρσις, τύρρις = Lat. turris (tower), c …

tuccha →

pts

adjective empty, vain, deserted very often combined with ritta DN.i.55; DN.iii.53 (˚kumbhi) MN.i.207; Ja.i.209 (˚hattha, empty-handed); Ja.vi.365; Snp.883; Pp.45, Pp.46; Mil.5 (+ palāpa), Mil.10 (id …

tālu →

pts

the palate Snp.716; Ja.i.419; Vism.264 (˚matthaka top of p.); Pv-a.260.

Sk. tālu, see tala

ubbijjati →

pts

to be agitated, frightened or afraid Vin.i.74 (u. uttasati palāyati); Vin.iii.145 (id.); SN.i.228 (aor. ubbijji); Mil.149 (tasati +), Mil.286 (+ saṃviji) Vism.58
caus *ubbejeti

ucchu →

pts

…read for ˚ghaṭika). -pāla watchman of s
■ c. Vv-a.256 -pīḷana, cane-pressing, Asl.274….

ud →

pts

Ud-

prefix in verbal & nominal combn. One half of all the words beginning with u˚ are combns. with ud˚, which in compn. appears modified according to the rules of as …

ukkhali →

pts

…Vism.356 (˚kapāla in comp.); Dhp-a.i.136; Dhp-a.ii.5; Dhp-a.iii.371; Dhp-a.iv.130; Pp-a.231; Vv-a.100. Cp. next.

der. fr….

unnala →

pts

Unnala & Unnaḷa

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

unnaḷa →

pts

Unnala & Unnaḷa

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

upala →

pts

stone Dāvs iii.87.

Lit. Sk. upala, etym. uncertain

upalabhati →

pts

to receive, get, obtain to find, make out Mil.124 (kāraṇaṃ); usually in Pass. upalabbhati to be found or got, to be known; to exist MN.i.138 (an˚); SN.i.135; SN.iv.384; Snp.85 …

upaladdha →

pts

acquired, got, found Ja.vi.211 (˚bāla; variant reading paluddha˚); Sdhp.4, Sdhp.386.

pp. of upalabhati

upaladdhi →

pts

acquisition; knowledge Mil.268; Vv-a.279.

fr. upa + labh

upalakkhaṇā →

pts

-aṃ (nt.) discrimination SN.iii.261 (an˚); Dhs.16, Dhs.20, Dhs.292, Dhs.1057; Pp.25; Vv-a.240.

upa + lakkhaṇa

upalakkheti →

pts

to distinguish, discriminate Vism.172.

upa + lakṣay

upalāpana →

pts

talking over or down, persuasion; diplomacy, humbug DN.ii.76; Mil.115, Mil.117.

fr. upa + lap

upalāpeti →

pts

to persuade, coax, prevail upon, talk over, cajole Vin.i.119; Vin.iii.21; Ja.ii.266; Ja.iii.265 Ja.iv.215; Pv-a.36, Pv-a.46, Pv-a.276.

Caus. of upa + lap

upalāḷeti →

pts

  1. to caress, coax, fondle, win over Ja.ii.267; Vism.300; Sdhp.375.
  2. to boast of, exult in Ja.ii.151

pp upalāḷita (q.v.).

Caus. of upa + lal; cp. BSk. upalāḍayati Divy.11 …

upalāḷita →

pts

caressed, coaxed Sdhp.301.

pp. of upalāḷeti

upaplavati →

pts

to swim or float to (acc.), in uncertain reading as aor. upaplaviṃ at Snp.1145 (dīpā dīpaṃ upaplaviṃ floated from land to land vv.ll. at Snp-a.606 uppalaviṃ & upallaviṃ; all MSS. of Cnd.p.54 & no. …

upari →

pts

indeclinable over, above (prep. & prefix)

  1. (adv. on top, above (opp. adho below) Vin.iv.46 (opp. heṭṭhā) Ja.vi.432; Kp-a.248 (= uddhaṃ; opp. adho); Snp-a.392 (abtimukho u. gacchati explaining pac …

upaḷāseti →

pts

to sound forth, to (make) sound (a bugle) DN.ii.337 (for uppaḷāseti? q.v.).

upa + Caus. of las

uplavati →

pts

Uppilavati & Uplavati

  1. to emerge (out of water), to rise, float SN.iv.313 (uplava imper.); Mil.80, Mil.379; Vv-a.47 (uplavitvā, variant reading uppalavitvā); DN-a.i.256 (variant reading upari lava …

uposatha →

pts

…AN.i.205 sq. (3 uposathas: gopālaka˚ nigaṇṭha˚, ariya˚), AN.i.208 (dhamm˚), AN.i.211 (devatā˚); AN.iv.248 (aṭṭhanga-samannāgata),…

uppala →

pts

the (blue) lotus; a waterlily. The 7 kinds of lotuses, mentioned at Ja.v.37 are: nīla-ratta-set-uppala, ratta-seta-paduma, seta-kumuda kalla-hāra
■ DN.i.75; DN.ii.19; Vin.iii.33 (˚gandha); Ja …

uppalaka →

pts

“lotus-like”, Name of a hell (cp. BSk. utpala at Divy.67 etc.) AN.v.173. See also puṇḍarika.

uppala + ka

uppalin →

pts

adjective noun having lotuses rich in l., only in f. uppalinī a lotus-pond DN.i.75; DN.ii.38; SN.i.138; AN.iii.26; Vv.32#2; DN-a.i.219.

fr. uppala

uppaḷāseti →

pts

to sound out or forth, to make sound Mil.21 (dhamma-sankhaṃ). Reading at DN.ii.337 is upaḷāseti in same meaning.

ud + pra + las, cp. Sk. samullāsayati in same meaning

uppilavati →

pts

Uppilavati & Uplavati

  1. to emerge (out of water), to rise, float SN.iv.313 (uplava imper.); Mil.80, Mil.379; Vv-a.47 (uplavitvā, variant reading uppalavitvā); DN-a.i.256 (variant reading upari lava …

upālāpeti →

pts

at Pv-a.276 read upalāpeti (q.v.).

upārambhati →

pts

to blame, reprimand, reproach MN.i.432, MN.i.433
pp upāraddha (q.v.).

Sk. upālambhate, upa + ā + labh

ussada →

pts

…at Vv-a.19 in Dhammapāla’s definition of manussa (lobh’ādīhi alobh’ādīhi sahitassa manassa ussannatāya…

utrāsin →

pts

adjective terrified, frightened, fearful, anxious SN.i.99, SN.i.219
■ Usually neg. an˚ in phrase abhīru anutrāsin apalāyin without fear, steadfast & not running away SN.i.99; Thag.864; Cnd.13; Ja. …

uttasati →

pts

Uttasati1

only in Caus. uttāseti to impale, q.v.

identical in form with next

Uttasati2

  1. to frighten Ja.i.47 (verse 267).
  2. to be alarmed or terrified …

utu →

pts

…at Pv.ii.9#55 is by Dhammapāla taken as a bahuvrīhi cpd., viz cycles of seasons & of years, i.e. vasanta-gimh ādike bahū utū ca…

uyyāna →

pts

…Dhp-a.iv.3

  • -pāla overseer of parks, head gardener, park keeper Ja.ii.105, Ja.ii.191; Ja.iv.264…

uḷāra →

pts

…noble, rich
■ Dhammapāla at Vv-a.10–Vv-a.11 distinguishes 3 meanings: tīhi atthehi ūḷāraṃ paṇītaṃ (excellent),…

vaccha →

pts

…MN.i.429; Ja.vi.448.

Vedic vatsa, lit. “one year old, a yearling”; cp. Gr. ε ̓́τος…

vacchaka →

pts

…(as go-vacchaka).

  • -pālaka a cow-herd Ja.iii.444.
  • -sālā cow-shed, cowpen Ja.v.93;…

vacī →

pts

˚- speech, words; rare by itself (and in this case re-established from compounds and poetical, as at Snp.472 (yassa vacī kharā; explained at Snp-a.409 by “vācā”), Snp.973 (cudito vacīhi = vācāhi Sn …

vara →

pts

Vara1

adjective excellent, splendid, best, noble. As attribute it either precedes or follows the noun which it characterizes, e.g. -pañña of supreme wisdom Snp.391, Snp.1128 (= agga …

vassika →

pts

adjective

  1. (cp. vassa1) for the rainy season DN.ii.21 (palace); cp. Avs.i.269 varṣaka (id.).
  2. (-˚ of years, in gaṇa˚; for many years Snp.279; Snp-a.339 tero˚; more than one year …

vañcati →

pts

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

vaṃsa →

pts

…Mhvs.23, Mhvs.85.

  • -ānupālaka guarding tradition Sdhp.474 (ariya˚).
  • -ānurakkhaka preserving the lineage, carrying on the tradition…

vemānika →

pts

adjective having a fairy palace (see vimāna 3) Ja.v.2; Dhp-a.iii.192.

fr. vimāna1

vi →

pts

indeclinable

I.

  1. inseparable prefix of separation and expansion, in original meaning of “asunder,” semantically closely related to Lat. dis- & Ger ver-. Often as base-prefix in var mean …

vihāra →

pts

…Vin.iii.47; SN.i.185 (˚pāla the guard of the monastery) Ja.i.126; Mil.212; Vism.292; Dhp-a.i.19 (˚cārikā visit to the monastery),…

vimāna →

pts

…defns given by Dhpāla refer it to “without measure,” i.e. immeasurable. Thus = vigata-māne appamāṇe mahanta vara-pāsāda…

vipalāvita →

pts

made to float, floating, thrown out (into water) Ja.iv.259 (reads viplāvitaṃ) = Ja.i.326 (reads vipalāvitaṃ, with reading nipalāvitaṃ in C.). The C. at Ja.iv.259 explains as “*[uttārita](/define/utt …

vipanna →

pts

gone wrong, having lost, failing in (-˚), opp. sampanna: AN.iii.19 (rukkho sākhā-palāsa a tree which has lost branches and leaves); Snp.116 (˚diṭṭhi one who has wrong views, he …

vippalambheti →

pts

to deceive, mock DN-a.i.151; Thag-a.78.

vi + palambheti

vippalapati →

pts

to talk confusedly (as in one’s sleep), to chatter, wail, lament Vin.i.15; SN.iv.303; Ja.i.61; Ja.iii.217; Ja.iv.167; Dhp-a.ii.100; Pv-a.40, Pv-a.93.

vi + palapati

vippalāpa →

pts

confused talk, wailing Pts.i.38; Pv-a.18.

vi + palāpa

vyamha →

pts

palace; a celestial mansion, a vimāna, abode for fairies etc. Ja.v.454; Ja.vi.119, Ja.vi.251 (= pura & rāja-nivesa C.); Vv.35#1 (= bhavana Vv-a.160). Cp. byamha.

etym.?

vāta →

pts

wind. There exists a common distinction of winds into 2 groups: “internal and “external” winds, or the ajjhattikā vāyo-dhātu (wind category), and the bāhirā. They are discussed at Vb.84, quoted a …

yakkha →

pts

…(Kuvera), one of the 4 lokapālas They are often the direct servants (messengers of Yama himself, the Lord of the Underworld (and the…

yama →

pts

…alias niraya-pāla AN.i.138 and passim

  1. = ˚dūta Dhp.235 (cp. Dhp-a.iii.335); Vv-a.223 2….

yapana FIXME double →

pts

…in standard phrase vutti pālana, yapana yāpana cāra (cp. yapeti at Vism.145; Dhs-a.149, Dhs-a.167. Or similarly as f. with spelling…

yasa →

pts

…The prevailing idea of Dhammapāla is that yaso consists of a great retinue, & company of servants, followers etc. This idea is already to be found…

yaso →

pts

…The prevailing idea of Dhammapāla is that yaso consists of a great retinue, & company of servants, followers etc. This idea is already to be found…

yañña →

pts

  1. a brahmanic sacrifice.
  2. alms-giving charity, a gift to the Sangha or a bhikkhu.

The brahmanic ritual of Vedic times has been given a changed and deeper meaning. Buddhism has discarded the outwa …

yeva →

pts

indeclinable emphatic particle meaning “even, just, also”; occurring most frequently (for eva) after palatal sounds, as : Snp.580 (pekkhataṃ yeva), Snp.822 (vivekaṃ); Dhp-a.ii.20 (saddhiṃ); Pv-a. …

yuga →

pts

  1. the yoke of a plough (usually) or a carriage Dhp-a.i.24 (yugaṃ gīvaṃ bādhati presses on the neck); Pv-a.127 (ratha˚); Sdhp.468 (of a carriage) Also at Snp.834 in phrase dhonena yugaṃ samāgamā w …

yāpana →

pts

…in standard phrase vutti pālana, yapana yāpana cāra (cp. yapeti at Vism.145; Dhs-a.149, Dhs-a.167. Or similarly as f. with spelling…

yāpya →

pts

adjective

  1. (lit.) fit for movement or locomotion: in -yāna sedan-chair, palanquin Abhp. 373.
  2. (fig.) concerning the preservation of life, vital, in -rogin one who suffers from a vital dise …

yūpa →

pts

  1. a sacrificial post DN.i.141; AN.iv.41; Ja.iv.302; Ja.vi.211; Mil.21 (dhamma˚); Snp-a.321, Snp-a.322; DN-a.i.294.
  2. a pāsāda, or palace Thag.163 = Ja.ii.334.

āhāra →

pts

…definition of Dhammapāla’s refers it to the fourfold tasting as asita (eaten), pīta (drunk), khāyita (chewed), sāyita (tasted) food…

ākāsa →

pts

Ākāsa1

air, sky, atmosphere; space. On the concept see Cpd. 5, 16, 226. On a fanciful etym. of ākāsa (fr. ā + kassati of kṛṣ) at Dhs-a.325 see Dhs trsl. 178. DN.i.55 (˚ṃ indriyāni …

āmisa →

pts

  1. originally raw meat; hence prevailing notion of “raw unprepared, uncultivated”; thus -khāra raw lye Vin.i.206.
  2. “fleshy, of the flesh” (as opposed to mind or spirit), hence material, physical; …

ārāma →

pts

…AN.ii.176; Dpvs.v.18.

  • -pāla keeper of a park or orchard, gardener Vin.ii.109; Vv-a.288.
  • -ropa, -ropana planter,…