Szótár

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rasa, 357 találat.

rasa →

bodhirasa

taste, flavour

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, mahāsamuddo eka-raso loṇa-raso, evam'eva kho, bhikkhave, ayaṃ dhammavinayo eka-raso vimutti-raso

SNP 52 tuvaṭakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 14

cakkhūhi n'eva lol'assa, gāmakathāya āvaraye sotaṃ, rase ca n'ānugijjheyya, na ca mamāyetha kiñci lokasmiṃ.

rasa →

bodhirasa

juice, nectar

DHP 48 pupphavaggo

yathā'pi bhamaro pupphaṃ, vaṇṇagandham'aheṭhayaṃ, paleti rasam'ādāya, evaṃ gāme munī care.

DHP 205 sukhavaggo

paviveka-rasaṃ pitvā, rasaṃ upasamassa ca, niddaro hoti nippāpo, dhammapītirasaṃ pivaṃ.

rasa →

pts

…13 (terasa), 15 (paṇṇa-rasa, pannarasa), 17 (sattarasa) & 18 (aṭṭhārasa, late). The Prk. has gone further: see Pischel; Prk. Gr. § 245.

akkharasamavāya →

bodhirasa

meeting together of letters

NIDD2 2.1 ajita māṇava pucchā niddesa

iccā'ti padasandhi padasaṃsaggo padapāripūrī akkharasamavāyo byañjanasiliṭṭhatā padānupubbatāpetaṃ, iccā'ti.

akkharasamaya →

bodhirasa

art of reading and writing, lit. sphere of letters

DHPa 1.2.1 sāmāvatī vatthu

daharakālato paṭṭhāya hi naṃ mārāpento'va seṭṭhi māretuṃ n'āsakkhi, kiṃ akkharasamayaṃ sikkhāpessati?

arasarūpa →

bodhirasa

tasteless, lacks taste

VIN 0 verañjakaṇḍaṃ

arasarūpo bhavaṃ gotamo'ti

arasarūpa →

bodhirasa

passionless, lost the taste for

VIN 0 verañjakaṇḍaṃ

ayaṃ kho, brāhmaṇa, pariyāyo yena maṃ pariyāyena sammā vadamāno vadeyya, arasarūpo samaṇo gotamo'ti, no ca kho yaṃ tvaṃ sandhāya vadesī'ti

aṭṭhārasa →

bodhirasa

eighteen (18)

VINa 1.2.2 dutiyasaṅgīti kathā

ito vassasatassa upari aṭṭhārasame vasse sāsane mahantaṃ abbudaṃ uppajjissati

dhammapītirasa →

bodhirasa

juice of joy in the teaching, the flavour of delight in the Dhamma

DHP 205 sukhavaggo

pavivekarasaṃ pitvā, rasaṃ upasamassa ca, niddaro hoti nippāpo, dhammapītirasaṃ pivaṃ.

dhammarasa →

bodhirasa

taste of the Dhamma, flavour of the Dhamma

DHP 354 taṇhāvaggo

sabbadānaṃ dhammadānaṃ jināti, sabbarasaṃ dhammaraso jināti, sabbaratiṃ dhammarati jināti, taṇhakkhayo sabbadukkhaṃ jināti.

durāsada →

bodhirasa

difficult to assault, hard to attack

AN 4.42 pañhabyākaraṇasuttaṃ

durāsado duppasaho, gambhīro duppadhaṃsiyo, atho atthe anatthe ca, ubhayassa hoti kovido.

ekaṃsaṃ uttarāsaṅgaṃ karitvā →

bodhirasa

having arranged one’s robe neatly over one shoulder

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

atha kho āyasmā ānando abhikkantāya rattiyā, nikkhante paṭhame yāme, uṭṭhāy'āsanā ekaṃsaṃ uttarāsaṅgaṃ karitvā yena bhagavā tenañjaliṃ paṇāmetvā bhagavantaṃ etad'avoca

VIN 1.4.15 upajjhāya vatta kathā

kālass'eva vuṭṭhāya upāhanā omuñcitvā ekaṃsaṃ uttarāsaṅgaṃ karitvā dantakaṭṭhaṃ dātabbaṃ, mukhodakaṃ dātabbaṃ, āsanaṃ paññapetabbaṃ.

jarasakka →

bodhirasa

Old Sakka

JAa 31 kulāvaka jātakavaṇṇanā

atha te, jarasakko amhe matte katvā mahāsamuddapiṭṭhe khipitvā amhākaṃ devanagaraṃ gaṇhi, te mayaṃ tena saddhiṃ yujjhitvā amhākaṃ devanagarameva gaṇhissāmā'ti kipillikā viya thambhaṃ sineruṃ anusañcaramānā uṭṭhahiṃsu.

jarasā →

bodhirasa

by old age

SNP 71 piṅgiya māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 16

taṇh'ādhipanne manuje pekkhamāno, santāpajāte jarasā parete, tasmā tuvaṃ piṅgiya appamatto, jahassu taṇhaṃ apunabbhavāyā'ti.

SNP 44 jarāsuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 6

appaṃ vata jīvitaṃ idaṃ, oraṃ vassasatā'pi miyyati, yo ce'pi aticca jīvati, atha kho so jarasā'pi miyyati.

kūṭāgārasālā →

bodhirasa

hall with a peaked roof

AN 8.53 saṃkhittasuttaṃ

ekaṃ samayaṃ bhagavā vesāliyaṃ viharati mahāvane kūṭ'āgārasālāyaṃ

SN 48.42 uṇṇābha brāhmaṇasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, kūṭ'āgāre vā kūṭ'āgārasālāyaṃ vā pācīnavātapānā sūriye uggacchante vātapānena rasmi pavisitvā kv'āssa patiṭṭhitā'ti? pacchimāyaṃ, bhante, bhittiyan'ti.

manasikārasambhava →

bodhirasa

produced by attention, born from attention, come into being from attention

AN 10.58 mūlakasuttaṃ

chandamūlakā, āvuso, sabbe dhammā, manasikārasambhavā sabbe dhammā, phassasamudayā sabbe dhammā, vedanāsamosaraṇā sabbe dhammā

narasārathī →

bodhirasa

trainer of men, leader of men, guide of men

APA 23 subhūti therāpadānaṃ

pupphāsanaṃ paññapetvā, sādhucittaṃ manoramaṃ, narasārathinaṃ aggaṃ, idaṃ vacanam'abraviṃ.

nirāsa →

bodhirasa

desire-less, free from hope, fulfilled, lit. not hungry

AN 4.41 samādhibhāvanāsuttaṃ

saṅkhāya lokasmiṃ paroparāni, yass'iñjitaṃ n'atthi kuhiñci loke, santo vidhūmo anīgho nirāso, atāri so jātijaran'ti brūmī'ti.

SNP 62 nanda māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 7

na diṭṭhiyā na sutiyā na ñāṇena, mun'īdha nanda kusalā vadanti, visenikatvā anīghā nirāsā, caranti ye te munayoti brūmi.

nirāsasa →

bodhirasa

without desire, without wish, without expectation

SNP 64 todeyya māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 9

nirāsaso so na ca āsasāno, paññāṇavā so na ca paññakappī, evam'pi todeyya muniṃ vijāna, akiñcanaṃ kāmabhave asattan'ti.

nirāsatti →

bodhirasa

non-attachment (to), not clinging (to)

SNP 48 purābhedasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 10

nirāsatti anāgate, atītaṃ n'ānusocati, vivekadassī phassesu, diṭṭhīsu ca na nīyati.

orasa →

bodhirasa

(of a child) natural, legitimate, own, lit. belonging to the breast

ITI 100 brāhmaṇadhammayāgasuttaṃ

tassa me tumhe puttā orasā mukhato jātā dhammajā dhammanimmitā dhammadāyādā, no āmisadāyādā.

pabbatakandarapadarasākhā →

bodhirasa

mountain cracks, crevices and creeks

SN 12.23 upanisasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, uparipabbate thullaphusitake deve vassante taṃ udakaṃ yathāninnaṃ pavattamānaṃ pabbatakandarapadarasākhā paripūreti

pannarasa →

bodhirasa

fifteen (15)

JAa 70 kuddāla jātakavaṇṇanā

dīghato tiṃsayojanaṃ vitthārato pannarasa-yojanaṃ assamapadaṃ māpehī'ti āha

parasamaññā →

bodhirasa

other grammatical terms, other technical terms

bālāvatāra sandhi kaṇḍa

8. parasamaññā payoge

bālāvatāra sandhi kaṇḍa

ghos'āghosasaññā ca parasamaññā payoge'ti saṅgahītā.

parasara →

bodhirasa

next vowel, following vowel

bālāvatāra sarasandhi

sare lutte parasarassa kvaci asavaṇṇo hotī'ti.

parasatta →

bodhirasa

another being, other being(s)

AN 5.23 upakkilesasuttaṃ

so sace ākaṅkhati, parasattānaṃ parapuggalānaṃ cetasā ceto paricca pajāneyyaṃ

pavivekarasa →

bodhirasa

flavour of solitude, the nectar of seclusion

DHP 205 sukhavaggo

pavivekarasaṃ pitvā, rasaṃ upasamassa ca, niddaro hoti nippāpo, dhammapītirasaṃ pivaṃ.

paṇṇarasa →

bodhirasa

fifteen (15)

VIN PAT PK saṅghuposatha pubbakaraṇādi vidhi

ajjhuposatho paṇṇaraso

pādesu sirasā nipatitvā →

bodhirasa

having fallen at the feet with the head

SNP 4 kasibhāradvājasuttaṃ uragavaggo 4

atha kho kasibhāradvājo brāhmaṇo saṃviggo lomahaṭṭhajāto yena bhagavā ten'upasaṅkami. upasaṅkamitvā bhagavato pādesu sirasā nipatitvā bhagavantaṃ etad'avoca, abhikkantaṃ, bho gotama, abhikkantaṃ, bho gotama!

pātimokkhasaṃvarasaṃvuta →

bodhirasa

restrained and controlled by the Pātimokkha precepts

AN 10.71 ākaṅkhasuttaṃ

sampannasīlā, bhikkhave, viharatha sampannapātimokkhā, pātimokkha-saṃvara-saṃvutā viharatha ācāragocarasampannā aṇumattesu vajjesu bhayadassāvino, samādāya sikkhatha sikkhāpadesu.

AN 8.13 assājānīyasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, bhikkhu sīlavā hoti, pātimokkha-saṃvara-saṃvuto viharati ācāra-gocara-sampanno aṇumattesu vajjesu bhayadassāvī, samādāya sikkhati sikkhāpadesu.

pītirasa →

bodhirasa

flavour of delight, juice of joy

DHP 205 sukhavaggo

pavivekarasaṃ pitvā, rasaṃ upasamassa ca, niddaro hoti nippāpo, dhamma-pītirasaṃ pivaṃ.

rasasampanna →

bodhirasa

delicious, tasty, full of flavour

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, sunakkhatta, āpānīyakaṃso vaṇṇasampanno gandhasampanno rasasampanno, so ca kho visena saṃsaṭṭho.

rasasañcetanā →

bodhirasa

thoughts about flavours, intention regarding flavours

SN 22.57 sattaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

katame ca, bhikkhave, saṅkhārā? cha'y'ime, bhikkhave, cetanākāyā, rūpasañcetanā, saddasañcetanā, gandhasañcetanā, rasasañcetanā, phoṭṭhabbasañcetanā, dhammasañcetanā.

rasasaññā →

bodhirasa

perception of taste, recognition of flavour

SN 22.57 sattaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

cha'y'ime, bhikkhave, saññākāyā, rūpasaññā, saddasaññā, gandhasaññā, rasasaññā, phoṭṭhabbasaññā, dhammasaññā. ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, saññā.

rasataṇhā →

bodhirasa

craving for taste

SN 12.2 vibhaṅgasuttaṃ

katamā ca, bhikkhave, taṇhā? cha'y'ime, bhikkhave, taṇhākāyā, rūpataṇhā, saddataṇhā, gandhataṇhā, rasataṇhā, phoṭṭhabbataṇhā, dhammataṇhā. ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, taṇhā.

MN 1 mūlapariyāyasuttaṃ

cha'y'ime, āvuso, taṇhākāyā rūpataṇhā, saddataṇhā, gandhataṇhā, rasataṇhā, phoṭṭhabbataṇhā, dhammataṇhā. vedanāsamudayā taṇhāsamudayo, vedanānirodhā taṇhānirodho, ayam'eva ariyo aṭṭh'aṅgiko maggo taṇhānirodhagāminī paṭipadā

sabbasaṅkhārasamatha →

bodhirasa

stilling of all processes, calming of all activities

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

so suṇāti tathāgatassa vā tathāgatasāvakassa vā sabbesaṃ diṭṭhiṭṭhāna-adhiṭṭhāna-pariyuṭṭhāna-abhinivesa-anusayānaṃ samugghātāya sabbasaṅkhārasamathāya sabb'ūpadhipaṭinissaggāya taṇhākkhayāya virāgāya nirodhāya nibbānāya dhammaṃ desentassa.

SN 48.50 āpaṇasuttaṃ

avijjāya tv'eva tamokāyassa asesavirāganirodho, santam'etaṃ padaṃ paṇītam'etaṃ padaṃ, yad'idaṃ, sabbasaṅkhārasamatho sabb'ūpadhipaṭinissaggo taṇhākkhayo virāgo nirodho nibbānaṃ.

sarasandhi →

bodhirasa

combination of vowels

sarasaṅkappa →

bodhirasa

memory and intention, memories and plans

SN 35.197 dukkhadhammasuttaṃ

tassa ce, bhikkhave, bhikkhuno evaṃ carato evaṃ viharato kadāci karahaci satisammosā uppajjanti, pāpakā akusalā sarasaṅkappā saṃyojaniyā, dandho, bhikkhave, satuppādo

saṅkassarasamācāra →

bodhirasa

of suspect behaviour, of dodgy conduct

AN 3.27 jigucchitabbasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, ekacco puggalo dussīlo hoti pāpadhammo asuci saṅkassarasamācāro paṭicchannakammanto, assamaṇo samaṇapaṭiñño, abrahmacārī brahmacāripaṭiñño, antopūti avassuto kasambujāto.

saṅkhārasamudaya →

bodhirasa

origin of thoughts, source of intentions

SN 22.57 sattaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

phassasamudayā saṅkhārasamudayo, phassanirodhā saṅkhāranirodho.

sādurasa →

bodhirasa

sweet taste, delicious taste

MN 18 madhupiṇḍikasuttaṃ

evaṃ vutte āyasmā ānando bhagavantaṃ etad'avoca, seyyathā'pi, bhante, puriso jighacchādubbalyapareto madhupiṇḍikaṃ adhigaccheyya, so yato yato sāyeyya, labhetheva sādurasaṃ asecanakaṃ

sūparasa →

bodhirasa

taste of soup, flavour of curry

DHP 64 bālavaggo

yāvajīvam'pi ce bālo, paṇḍitaṃ payirupāsati, na so dhammaṃ vijānāti, dabbī sūparasaṃ yathā.

DHP 65 bālavaggo

muhuttam'api ce viññū, paṇḍitaṃ payirupāsati, khippaṃ dhammaṃ vijānāti, jivhā sūparasaṃ yathā.

uttarāsaṅga →

bodhirasa

upper robe

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

atha kho āyasmā ānando abhikkantāya rattiyā, nikkhante paṭhame yāme, uṭṭhāy'āsanā ekaṃsaṃ uttarāsaṅgaṃ karitvā yena bhagavā tenañjaliṃ paṇāmetvā bhagavantaṃ etad'avoca

VIN 1.4.15 upajjhāya vatta kathā

kālass'eva vuṭṭhāya upāhanā omuñcitvā ekaṃsaṃ uttarāsaṅgaṃ karitvā dantakaṭṭhaṃ dātabbaṃ, mukhodakaṃ dātabbaṃ, āsanaṃ paññapetabbaṃ.

vimuttirasa →

bodhirasa

flavour of freedom, taste of liberation

AN 8.19 pahārādasuttaṃ

evam'evaṃ kho pahārāda ayaṃ dhammavinayo ekaraso vimuttiraso

vitakkasaṅkhārasaṇṭhāna →

bodhirasa

calming of mental thought processes, stilling the causes of thought

MN 20 vitakkasaṇṭhānasuttaṃ

tena, bhikkhave, bhikkhunā tesaṃ vitakkānaṃ vitakkasaṅkhārasaṇṭhānaṃ manasikātabbaṃ.

ācāragocarasampanna →

bodhirasa

who knows how to behave and keep to suitable places, lit. successful in behaviour and pasture

AN 5.114 andhakavindasuttaṃ

etha tumhe, āvuso, sīlavā hotha, pātimokkha-saṃvara-saṃvutā viharatha ācāragocarasampannā aṇumattesu vajjesu bhayadassāvino, samādāya sikkhatha sikkhāpadesū'ti

AN 8.2 paññāsuttaṃ

sīlavā hoti, pātimokkhasaṃvarasaṃvuto viharati ācāragocarasampanno aṇumattesu vajjesu bhayadassāvī, samādāya sikkhati sikkhāpadesu.

āhārasambhava →

bodhirasa

(what is) produced by food, generated by sustenance, come into being because of fuel

SN 12.31 bhūtasuttaṃ

tad'āhārasambhavan'ti yathābhūtaṃ sammappaññāya passati. tad'āhārasambhavan'ti yathābhūtaṃ sammappaññāya disvā āhārasambhavassa nibbidāya virāgāya nirodhāya paṭipanno hoti.

āhārasamudaya →

bodhirasa

arising of food, origin of sustenance

SN 22.57 sattaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

āhārasamudayā rūpasamudayo, āhāranirodhā rūpanirodho.

abhaya →

dppn

Abhaya 1

A monk whose verse concerning the bewildering effects of beautiful sights is in the Theragāthā. Thag.98

Abhaya2Abhayarājakumāra

The son of King Bimbisāra and of Padum …

aciravatī →

dppn

…bathe. Vin.iv.161 The Sattarasa-vaggiya monks frequented the river for water-sports. Vin.iv.111–112

Once the Buddha was told that the…

ambaṭṭha →

dppn

…goes back to Pokkharasadi and reports the whole interview. Pokkharasādi is greatly incensed, abuses Ambaṭṭha and kicks him. Later…

aṅgīrasi →

dppn

…DN.ii.265

Aṅgīrasa2

One of the ten ancient seers who conducted great sacrifices and were versed in Vedic lore. The others…

aṭṭhaka →

dppn

…Yamataggi, Aṅgīrasa, Bhāradvāja, Vāseṭṭha and Bhagu), Vin.i.245 DN.i.104 as the ancient sages of the brahmins. They abstained…

bhaddiya →

dppn

Bhaddiya1

An anāgāmī, one of seven persons who became arahants as soon as they were born in Avihā. SN.i.35 SN.i.60

Bhaddiya2Kāligodhāputta

Chief among monks of aristocratic …

caṅkī →

dppn

A great brahmin, contemporary of the Buddha, reputed for his great learning and highly esteemed in brahmin gatherings—e.g., at Icchānaṅgala Snp.p.115 and at Manasākaṭa. DN.i.235

He is mentioned toget …

cullakokanadā →

dppn

CullakokanadāCūḷakokanadāCūlakokanadā

The younger of the two daughters of Pajunna, both of whom were called Kokanadā. She visited the Buddha at the Kutāgārasālā in Vesāli and questioned him. SN.i.30

cāla →

dppn

He was ordained by Khadiravaniya. Thag.42

He is mentioned as living at the Kūṭāgārasālā, which place he left when the Licchavis caused disturbance by their visits to the Buddha. AN.v.133 In this cont …

ekapuṇḍarīka →

dppn

Ekapuṇḍarīka1

A monastery of the wanderers, the residence of Vacchagotta. MN.i.481f. It was near the Kūṭāgārasālā in the Mahāvana of Vesāli. The Buddha went there to see Vacchagotta, and …

gajaṅgala →

dppn

GajaṅgalaKajaṅgalaKajaṅgalā

A township which formed the eastern boundary of the Middle Country. Beyond it was Mahāsālā. Vin.i.197 Once when the Buddha was staying in the Veḷuvana at Kajangala, the la …

gosiṅgasālavanadāya →

dppn

Gosiṅgasālavanadāya1

A forest tract near Nādikā. Once, when Anuruddha, Nandiya and Kimbila were living there, they were visited by the Buddha, who came from Giñjakāvasatha. The result of t …

gotama →

dppn

…was a Sākiyan, son of Suddhodana and of Mahā Māyā, Suddhodana’s chief consort, and he belonged to the…

iccānaṅgala →

dppn

IccānaṅgalaIcchānaṅkala

A brahmin village in the Kosala country. It was while staying in the woodland thicket there that the Buddha preached the Ambaṭṭha Sutta. DN.i.87 From this sutta, the village w …

jāṇussoṇi →

dppn

A great brahmin, ranking with eminent brahmins such as Caṅkī, Tārukkha, Pokkharasāti and Todeyya. Snp.p.115 He is mentioned as staying in Icchānaṅgala, MN.ii.196 where he evidently took part in the pe …

kajangala →

dppn

KajangalaKajangalā

A township which formed the eastern boundary of the Middle Country. Beyond it was Mahāsālā. Vin.i.197 Once when the Buddha was staying in the Veḷuvana at Kajangala, the lay followe …

kakkaṭa →

dppn

Kakkaṭa2

An eminent monk mentioned, with Cāla, Upacāla, Kaḷimbha, Nikata and Kaṭissaha, as staying with the Buddha at the Kūṭāgārasālā in Vesāli. When the Licchavis started coming there to …

kapilavatthu →

dppn

A city near the Himalaya, capital of the Sākiyan republic. The administration and judicial business of the city and all other matters of importance were discussed and decided in the Santhāgārasālā. DN …

kaḷimbha →

dppn

KaḷimbhaKalimma

One of the monks who lived in the Kūṭāgārasālā in Vesālī. Finding that the peace of the Mahāvana was being disturbed by the Licchavis who came to see the Buddha, he, with the other mo …

kaṭissaha →

dppn

He was one of those who were staying with the Buddha at the Kūṭāgārasālā in Vesāli. When the Licchavis began to visit the Buddha in large numbers, they left the monastery and retired to places of soli …

kokanadā →

dppn

Two daughters of Pajjunna, both called Kokanadā, though the younger was sometimes called Cūḷa-Kokanadā. They visited the Buddha at the Kūṭāgārasālā and spoke verses in praise of the Buddha, the Dhamm …

kūṭāgārasālā →

dppn

A hall in the Mahāvana near Vesāli. The Buddha stayed there on several occasions, and in the books are found records of various eminent persons who visited him there and of his conversations with them …

licchavī →

dppn

A powerful tribe of India in the time of the Buddha. They were certainly khattiyas, for on that ground they claimed a share of the Buddha’s relics. DN.ii.165

Their capital was Vesāli, and they form …

mahāli →

dppn

A Licchavi chief, mentioned as having visited the Buddha at the Kūṭāgārasālā to ask if he had seen Sakka SN.i.230 and also to beg information as to the teachings of Pūraṇa Kassapa. SN.iii.68 This conv …

mahāvana →

dppn

Mahāvana1

A wood near Vesāli, in which the Kūṭāgārasālā was located.

Vesāli3parkMahāvana2

A wood near Kapilavatthu. In this wood was preached the Mahāsamaya Sutta and the Madh …

nandaka →

dppn

Nandaka1

Once, at the Buddha’s request, he preached a sermon to the nuns; on the first day they became sotāpannas, and, on the second, five hundred of them attained arahantship. MN.iii.270 …

nikata →

dppn

Nikata1

An upāsaka of Ñātikā. After death he was born in the Suddhāvāsā, there to pass away. SN.v.358f. DN.ii.91f.

Nikata2

One of several eminent theras mentioned as stayi …

opamañña →

dppn

Opamañña1

One of the names of Pokkharasāti. MN.ii.200

Opamañña2

A Gandhabba chieftain, who was among those present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.258 He is me …

oṭṭhaddha →

dppn

One of the Licchavis. He went to visit the Buddha at the Kūṭāgārasālā in Vesalī, at a time when the Buddha had given orders that no one should be allowed to see him; but through the intervention of th …

paribbājakā →

dppn

Wanderer. The name given to some of the ascetics and recluses of the Buddha’s time. They were not exclusively brahmin. Their presence seems to have been recognized and respected from earlier times. Ge …

paṇḍara →

dppn

PaṇḍaraPaṇdarasaPaṇḍarasagotta

The name of a clan. An ascetic of this clan, hearing Phussa Thera preach, asked him a question which led to…

piṅgiyānī →

dppn

A brahmin of Vesāli. The Aṅguttara Nikāya records a conversation between him and Kāraṇapālī. The latter meets Piṅgiyānī and, on learning that he was returning from a visit to the Buddha, asks him abou …

pokkharasāti →

dppn

PokkharasātiPokkharasādi

A brahmin of great wealth and learning who lived in Ukkaṭṭha, on a royal demesne given by Pasenadi. Ambaṭṭha was the pupil of Pokkharasāti, who sent him to the Buddha at Icch …

puṇṇikā →

dppn

Puṇṇikā2

A slave girl of Pokkharasāti. MN.ii.201

pārāsariya →

dppn

Pārāsariya1Pārāpariya

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of how being restrained he has overcome defilements. Thag.116

Pārāsariya2

A brahmin teacher mentioned in the Indriya …

rājagaha →

dppn

…those ordained were the Sattarasavaggiyā with Upāli at their head.

The Buddha spent his first vassa in Rājagaha and remained there during the…

sakkhara →

dppn

SakkharaSakkāra

A 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…

salaḷāgāra →

dppn

SalaḷāgāraSalalaghara

A building in Jetavana. Once when Sakka went to visit the Buddha he found him in the Salaḷāgāra, wrapt in samādhi,…

sappasoṇḍikapabbhāra →

dppn

SappasoṇḍikapabbhāraSappasoṇḍika

A mountain cave in the Sītavana, near Rājagaha. DN.ii.116 A conversation which took place there between…

sattarasavaggiyā →

dppn

A group of monks in the Buddha’s time, who seem to have incurred the enmity of the Chabbaggīyas. The latter turned them out of a vihāra as soon as they had prepared it, and were violent towards them …

sippinikātīra →

dppn

SippinikātīraSappinīSappinīkā

A river that flowed through Rājagaha. On its bank was a Paribbājakārāma where famous Paribbājakas lived in…

sundarasamudda →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses tell of how he was tempted by a courtesan. She showed herself to him, decked and adorned and wearing golden slippers, and invited him in with seductive manner. But seein …

sāmā →

dppn

Sāmā1

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses speak of how she could not find peace after going to the monastery five times, then later attained the end of suffering. Thig.37–38

Sāmā2</s …

sāḷha →

dppn

Sāḷha1Migāranattā

He once visited Nandaka Thera with Pekkhuniya’s grandson, Rohana. AN.i.193f. He built a vihāra for the nuns and Sundarīndā was appointed to supervise the work. As a r …

ugga →

dppn

He once visited the Buddha and told him how he rivalled in power and wealth the seṭṭhi Migāra, grandson of Rohana. He was worth one hundred thousand in gold alone, to say nothing of silver. The Buddha …

ukkaṭṭha →

dppn

A town in Kosala, near the Himālaya. It has been given, free from all taxes (as brahmadeyya), to Pokkharasāti by the king of Kosala, in recognition of the former’s skill. It was thickly populated an …

upacāla →

dppn

Son of Upacālā and nephew of Sāriputta and Khadiravaniya-Revata. He was ordained by Revata. Thag.43 He is mentioned in the Aṅguttara Nikāya AN.v.133 in a list of very eminent disciples, together with …

upamañña →

dppn

The family to which Pokkharasāti belonged. He was, therefore, called Opamañña. MN.ii.200

uttara →

dppn

Uttara1

A monk whose verses are recorded in the Theragāthā. Thag.121–122

Uttara2

A monk whose verse are recorded in the Theragāthā. Thag.161–162

Uttara3

A *devapu …

vajjī →

dppn

The name of a country and of its people. It was one of the sixteen Great Nations. The inhabitants appear to have consisted of several confederate clans of whom the Licchavī and the Videhā were the chi …

vesāli →

dppn

A city, capital 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 were several. Various Vinaya rules are me …

vāseṭṭha →

dppn

Vāseṭṭha1

An old sage 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 MN.ii.200

Vāseṭṭha2

A clan, proba …

yasa →

dppn

Yasa 1

He was the son of a very wealthy treasurer of Benares, and was brought up in great luxury, living in three mansions, according to the seasons and surrounded with all kinds of pleasu …

accharāsaṅghāta →

ncped

finger-snap; a moment.

aggarasaparititta →

ncped

completely satisfied with the best flavored foods

anutrāsa →

ncped

free from fear; unafraid

aḍḍhateḷasa →

ncped

aḍḍhateḷasaaḍḍhaterasa

mfn. twelve and a half

aṭṭharasa →

ncped

num. & mfn. 18

aṭṭhārasaka →

ncped

group of eighteen.

aṭṭhārasama →

ncped

eighteenth

corasādhāraṇa →

ncped

vulnerable to thieves.

cīvara →

ncped

…especially the uttarasaṅga or saṅghati (prob. both sewn of pieces as a patchwork, and dyed a yellowish-red); one of the extra…

cīvarakārasamaya →

ncped

time for making or working on robes.

cīvarasaṅkamanīya →

ncped

robe which has to be handed back; a borrowed robe.

dhurasamādhi →

ncped

proper alignment, evenness of the yoke.

durāsada →

ncped

hard or dangerous to approach; difficult to attack; difficult to be met with, unparalleled.

dvārasālā →

ncped

gatehouse; a room over the gate.

gorasa →

ncped

dairy product, milk, and its derivatives.

jarasakata →

ncped

an old cart.

jarasālā →

ncped

old hall or shed.

narāsabha →

ncped

leader of men.

nirasassāda →

ncped

not bringing enjoyment; without relish; listless.

nirāsa →

ncped

without desire; without hope or expectation

nirāsasa →

ncped

without desire; without expectation.

nirāsatti →

ncped

free from attachment

nirāsaya →

ncped

without a resting place or resort; without desires; without (wrong) intentions or dispositions

nirāsāsa →

ncped

without desire; without expecatation.

orasa →

ncped

belonging to one’s breast; one’s own; one’s own son, a true or legitimate son.

terasa →

ncped

num., mfn.

  1. (num.) thirteen.
  2. (mfn.) containing (a poem of) 13 verses (Theragāthā)

terasaka →

ncped

group of 13

terasama →

ncped

(~ā ~ī)n. the 13th.

teḷasa →

ncped

num., mfn. of terasa

tārāsabha →

ncped

the lord of the stars; the moon.

uddhaṃsarāsatti →

ncped

attachment to, devotion to moving on (?)

utrāsa →

ncped

trembling; fear; dread

uttarāsaṅga →

ncped

an upper or outer garment

tanhā →

nyana

rūpa-, sadda-, gandha-, rasa-, photthabba-, dhamma-tanhā M. 9; D. 15

Corresponding to the 3-fold existence, there are 3 kinds: craving…

tatra-majjhattatā →

nyana

…as nature function; rasa that it prevents excessiveness and deficiency, or that it puts an end to partiality; as manifestation, that it…

abbhuṃ →

pts

(interj.) alas, terrible, dreadful, awful (excl. of fright & shock) Vin.ii.115 (Bdhgh. explains as “utrāsa-vacanam-etaṃ”); MN.i.448. See also abbhu & abbhuta.

Vedic abhvaṃ, nt. of abhva, see expl …

abhippasanna →

pts

…meaning.

pp. of abhippasīdati, cp. BSk. abhiprasanna

abhippasāda →

pts

faith, belief, reliance, trust Dhs.12 (“sense of assurance” trsl., + saddhā), Dhs.25, Dhs.96, Dhs.288; Pv-a.223.

abhi + pasāda, cp. BSk. abhiprasāda Avs.12 (cittasyu˚) & vippasāda

abhippasādeti →

pts

to establish one’s faith in (loc.), to be reconciled with, to propitiate Thag.1173 = Vv.21#2 (manaṃ arahantamhi = cittaṃ pasādeti Vv-a.105).

Caus. of abhippasīdati, cp. BSk. abhiprasādayati Divy.68, …

abhippāsāreti →

pts

to stretch out Vin.i.179 (pāde).

abhi + pasāreti, cp. BSk. abhiprasārayati Divy.389

abhisaṅga →

pts

…Ja.v.6; Ne.110 Ne.112; Dhs-a.129 (˚hetukaṃ dukkhaṃ), Dhs-a.249 (˚rasa).

fr. abhi + sañj, cp. abhisajjati & Sk. abhisanga

alla →

pts

…= Dhp-a.iv.166;

  • -rasa fresh-tasting Dhp-a.ii.155;
  • -rohita-maccha fresh fish Ja.iii.333.
  • -āvalepana see →…

alola →

pts

…of firm resolution, concentrated Snp.65 (= nillolupa Cnd.98; = rasavisesesu anākula Snp-a.118).

a + lola

amama →

pts

adjective not egotistical, unselfish Snp.220 (+ subbata), Snp.777; Ja.iv.372 (+ nirāsaya); Ja.vi.259 (= mamāyana-taṇhā-rahita C.); Pv.iv.1#34 (= mamaṃkāravirahita Pv-a.230); Mhvs.1, Mhvs.66, comb …

ambila →

pts

…madhura (see under rasa): thus at Mil.56. Another enumeration at Cnd.540 & Dhs.629
■ Ja.i.242 (˚anambila), Ja.i.505…

antara →

pts

adjective Primary meanings are “inside” and “in between” as adj. “inner”; in prep. use & in compounds “inside, in between”. Further development of meaning is with a view of contrasting the (two) sides …

anāsava →

pts

adjective free from the 4 intoxications (see āsava) Vin.ii.148 = Vin.ii.164; DN.iii.112; Snp.1105, Snp.1133; Dhp.94, Dhp.126, Dhp.386; Cnd.44; Iti.75; Pp.27, Dhs.1101 Dhs.1451; Vb.4 …

asana →

pts

…DN-a.i.139. See also nirasana.

cp. Sk. aśana of , cp. asati

Asana3

neuter the tree Pentaptera…

asayha →

pts

…what has not been achieved before Thag.536; Pv.ii.9#22 (Angīrasa); Iti.32.

a + sayha, grd. of sah = Sk. asahya

asecanaka →

pts

…pakatiyā ’va mahārasaṃ at Thag-a.61) = Thig.196 (= anāsittakaṃ ojavantaṃ sabhāva-madhuraṃ Thag-a.168); SN.v.321; AN.iii.237…

assādeti →

pts

to taste SN.ii.227 (lābha-sakkārasilokaṃ); Vism.73 (paviveka-sukha-rasaṃ); Dhp-a.i.318.

Denom. fr. assāda

attha →

pts

…variant reading atta)

  • -rasa sweetness (or substance, essence) of meaning (dhamma˚, vimutti˚) Cnd.466; Pts.ii.88, Pts.ii.89
  • -vasa

avikampamāna →

pts

adjective not hesitating, not wavering, not doubting Ja.iv.310 (= anosakkamāna C.; Kern takes it at this passage as a + vikalpamāna, see

Toevoegselen

s.v., but unnecessarily), Ja.vi.176 (= nirāsa …

aṅgulika →

pts

…& Anguli;

=…

aṭṭha →

pts

…(this the later form) Vv-a.213 (avenika-buddhadhammā: Bhagavant’s qualities);
■ as measure…

babbhara →

pts

…and sarasara.

onomat., cp. Sk. balbalā-karoti to stammer or stutter, barbara = Gr. βάρβαρος stuttering, people of…

bhaya →

pts

…dismay MN.i.17 (= citt’ uttrasassa ca bhayānak’ ārammaṇassa adhivacanaṃ MN-a.113), Name of Suttanta No. 4 in Majjhima (pp. 16 sq.),…

bheda →

pts

…in which the Sangha is brought into division by bhikkhus who are in the wrong); Dhs-a.29 (aṭṭhārasa bheda-kara-vatthūni the 18 causes of…

bhojana →

pts

…given to the Bhikkhus (cīvarasamaye) and several other occasions as enumerated at Vin.iv.74
■ The distinction is made as follows:…

bhāgin →

pts

adjective sharing in, partaking of (with gen.), endowed with; getting, receiving AN.ii.80; AN.iii.42 (āyussa vaṇṇassa etc.); Ja.i.87 (rasānaṃ) Mil.18 (sāmaññassa); Vism.150 (lābhassa); Dhp-a.ii.90 Vb …

bhāra →

pts

…pabbataṃ pīḷetvā rasassa nīharaṇaṃ. 4. (fig.) in metaphors for the burden of (the factors of renewed) existence (the khandhas and…

bhīru →

pts

adjective noun

  1. fearful, i.e. having fear, timid, afraid, shy, cowardly Sdhp.207 (dukkha˚); usually in neg. abhīru not afraid, without fear, combined with *[anutrāsin](/define/a …

brāhmaṇa →

pts

…Vessāmitta, Yamataggi, Angirasa Bhāradvāja, Vāseṭṭha, Kassapa, Bhagu Vin.i.245; DN.i.104; AN.iii.224; AN.iv.61; cp. Vv-a.265
■ f….

buddha →

pts

Buddha1

adjective

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

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˚ SN.iv.173; eka˚ solitary Snp.166; saddhiṃ˚ a companion Snp.4 …

cīvara →

pts

the (upper) robe of a Buddhist mendicant C. is the first one of the set of 4 standard requisites of a wandering bhikkhu, vir. c˚, piṇḍapāta alms-bowl, *[senāsana](/define/senās …

dadhi →

pts

…5-fold cow-produce, cp gorasa); DN.i.201 (id.); MN.i.316; AN.ii.95; Ja.ii.102 Ja.iv.140; Mil.41, Mil.48, Mil.63; Dhs.646, Dhs.740, Dhs.875;…

dasa →

pts

…also as ḷasa (soḷasa 16) rasa (terasa 13; pannar˚ 15; aṭṭhār˚ 18).

I. Metaphorical meaning

  1. In the first place 10 is used…

deva →

pts

…in heaven Iti.76;

  • -āsurasaṅgāma the fight between the Gods & the Titans DN.ii.285; SN.i.222; SN.iv.201; SN.v.447; MN.i.253; AN.iv.432 (at…

dhamma →

pts

…Thag.742; Dhp.354;

  • -rasa taste of Dhp.354;
  • -rājā king of righteousness, epithet of the Buddha…

dirasaññu →

pts

adjective one who has little common-sense Ja.vi.206, Ja.vi.207 Ja.vi.213, Ja.vi.214. Com. explains wrongly on p. Ja.vi.209 with “one who possesses two tongues” (of Agni), but has equivalent nippañña …

disatā →

pts

…a host of enemies Ja.iv.295 (= disasamūha, variant reading as gloss: verasamoha).

Sk. *dviṣatā, see disa

ekaṃsa →

pts

Ekaṃsa1

adjective belonging to one shoulder, on or with one shoulder; only in phṛase ekaṃsaṃ uttarāsangaṃ karoti to arrange the upper robe over one shoulder (the left) Vin.i.46; Vin.ii.188 …

gantha →

pts

(in BB often misspelt gandha)

  1. a bond, fetter, trammel; always fig. and usually referring to and enumerated as the four bodily ties, or knots (kāya˚, see under kāya): SN.v.59 = Dh …

garuka →

pts

…a grievous offence, see above. As terasa g-˚ino at Mil.310.

from garu

ghasati →

pts

…Thag.749
■ Cp ghasa, ghasta & ghāsa. See also jaddhu. Desid jighacchati.

Vedic grasati & *ghasti, pp. grasta, cp. Gr.; γράω to…

giddhimā →

pts

adjective from giddhi greedy, full of greed Ja.v.464 (rasa˚).

go →

pts

…of a cow MN.i.225; -rasa (usually pl.) produce of the cow, enumerated in set of five, viz khīra, dadhi, takka, navanīta,…

gāma →

pts

…Pv-a.67 (gāmassa dvārasamīpena)
■ gāmā gāmaṃ from hamlet to hamlet MN.ii.20; Snp.180 (with nagā nagaṃ; expl. Snp-a.216 as…

haraṇī →

pts

…only used with rasa˚; nerve of taste Vin.ii.137; usually given as “a hundred thousand” in number, e.g. Ja.v.4, Ja.v.293,…

isi →

pts

…Yamataggi (Yamadaggi) Angirasa, Bhāradvāja, Vāseṭṭha, Kassapa, Bhagu.

  • -nisabha the first (lit. “bull”) among…

iti →

pts

…padapāripurī akkharasamavāyo etc.“ Mnd.123 = Cnd.137. The same expln. also for iti’ haṃ (see below iv.)

I. As…

jarā →

pts

…Thig.270 (= jiṇṇagharasadisa Thag-a.213).

jivhā →

pts

…of sense-organs (jivhāya rasaṃ sāyati Nd.ii under rūpa; jivhā-viññeyya rasa DN.i.245; DN.ii.281; MN.ii.42) Vin.i.34; DN.iii.102,…

joti →

pts

…= Cnd.604 = Mil.197

  • -rasa a certain jewel (wishing stone) Vv-a.111, Vv-a.339; Dhp-a.i.198; Mil.118; *…

kakkaṭaka →

pts

…to a wall, Mhvs.ix.17.

  • -rasa a flavour made from crabs, crab-curry Vv-a.243.

cp. Sk. karkaṭa, karkara “hard,” kankata…

kampana →

pts

…Kacc.271. 2. (nt)

  1. an earthquake Ja.i.26 Ja.i.47.
  2. tremor (of feelings) Ja.iii.163.
  • -rasa (adj.) “whose essence is…

kandara →

pts

  1. a cave, grotto, generally, on the slope or at the foot of a mountain Vin.ii.76, Vin.ii.146 used as a dwelling-place Thag.602; Ja.i.205; Ja.iii.172.
  2. a glen, defile, gully DN.i.71 = AN.ii.210 = P …

karoti →

pts

v. irreg. Of the endless variety of forms given by grammarians only the foll. are bona fide and borne out by passages from our texts (when bracketed found in gram. works only).

I. Act

  1. I …

karuṇā →

pts

…DN.ii.241, DN.ii.242

  • -rasa the sweetness of c. Mhbv.16;
  • -vihāra (a heart) in the state of c….

kasāva →

pts

…smell Vin.i.277;

  • -rasa having an astringent taste ibid.
  • -vaṇṇa of reddish-yellow colour…

kasāya →

pts

…smell Vin.i.277;

  • -rasa having an astringent taste ibid.
  • -vaṇṇa of reddish-yellow colour…

kata →

pts

(& sometimes; kaṭa) done, worked, made. Extremely rare as v. trs. in the common meaning of E. make, Ger. machen, or Fr. faire (see the cognate kapp and jan, also uppajjati & viss …

kathā →

pts

…history Ja.i.2.

  • -rasa the sweetness of (this) speech Mil.345.
  • -ābhiññāṇa recollection due to speech Mil.78,…

kaññā →

pts

…vā… pannarasa-vassuddesikā vā solasa-vassuddesikā vā… MN.i.88; in combination khattiya-kaññā, brāhmaṇa-k˚, etc….

kerāṭika →

pts

adjective deceitful, false, hypocritic Ja.i.461 (explained by biḷāra); Ja.iv.220; Ja.iv.223 (= kirāsa) MN-a.152; Dhp-a.iii.389 (= saṭha)
■ a˚ honest, frank Ja.v.117 (= akitava, ajūtakara).

fr. kirāṭa

khandha →

pts

…ti evam-ādi

  • -rasa taste of the stem, one of various tastes, as mūla khandha˚ taca˚ patta˚ puppha˚, etc. Dhs.629…

khārika →

pts

…of tastes (cp. rasa) at SN.iii.87; Dhs.629 and ≈.

adj. to khāra

Khārika2

of the khārī measure, in vīsati˚…

khīra →

pts

milk, milky fluid, milky juice Vin.i.243; Vin.ii.301; MN.i.343 sq. = AN.ii.207 = Pp.56; AN.ii.95 (in simile with dadhi, navanīta, sappi, sappi-maṇḍa) DN.i.201; Dhp-a.i.98; enumerated with *[dadhi](/ …

kicca →

pts

…(as philos. term function; rasa (essence) is either kicca r˚-or sampatti r function or property. Cpd. 13, 213, n. l.; Vism.162 (parivyatta˚…

kila →

pts

…or “I have heard”: kirasaddo anussavane: “kira refers to a report by hearsay” Pv-a.103; kira-saddo anussav’atthe Ja.i.158;…

kira →

pts

…or “I have heard”: kirasaddo anussavane: “kira refers to a report by hearsay” Pv-a.103; kira-saddo anussav’atthe Ja.i.158;…

kirāsa →

pts

adjective false, fraudulent Ja.iv.223 (= kerāṭika).

a by-form of kirāṭa

kirāta →

pts

Kirāta & kirāṭa

a man of a tribe of junglemen, classed with dwarfs among the attendants of a chief DN-a.i.148. See on the Kirāta as a mountain tribe Zimmer, Altindisches Leben p.34. Cp. also apaki …

kirāṭa →

pts

Kirāta & kirāṭa

a man of a tribe of junglemen, classed with dwarfs among the attendants of a chief DN-a.i.148. See on the Kirāta as a mountain tribe Zimmer, Altindisches Leben p.34. Cp. also apaki …

koñca →

pts

… ■ Explained as sārasa Vv-a.57; jiṇṇa˚ an old heron Dhp.155.

cp. Sk. krauñca & kruñc

Koñca2

= abbr. of…

kāla →

pts

…of kāḷa as jhām’ angārasadisa is conventional and is used both by Bdhgh. and Dhpāla: Dhs-a.317 and Pv-a.90–Pv-a.91

  1. Kāḷa,…

kāma →

pts

…= Dhp.27 = Thag.884; -rasa the taste of love Ja.ii.329; Ja.iii.170; Ja.v.451 -rāga sensual passion,…

kāḷa →

pts

…of kāḷa as jhām’ angārasadisa is conventional and is used both by Bdhgh. and Dhpāla: Dhs-a.317 and Pv-a.90–Pv-a.91

  1. Kāḷa,…

lakkhaṇa →

pts

…we get the foll.: rasa essential property, paccupaṭṭhāna recurring phenomenon, padatṭhāna immediate occasion Dhs-a.63…

likkhā →

pts

…to 1 ūkā); Kp-a.43 (˚matta).

*Sk. likṣā egg of a louse, as measure equal to 8 trasareṇu (BR.)
■ Connected with Lat. ricinus a…

loṇa →

pts

…AN.i.250 (in simile).

  • -rasa alkaline taste AN.iv.199, AN.iv.203.
  • -sakkhara a salt crystal (cp….

lākhā →

pts

…Thag-a.270)

  • -rasa essence of lac, used for dyeing; lac-colouring Ja.v.215 (˚ratta-succhavi); Ja.vi.269 (id.);…

lūkhasa →

pts

adjective rough, harsh; miserable, selfmortifying Snp.244 (= nīrasa atta-kilamath’ ânuyutta Snp-a.287).

fr. lūkha

madhuka →

pts

…latifolia from which honey is extracted for liquor Vin.i.246 (˚rasa liquorice juice) Ja.i.430.

fr. madhu

madhura →

pts

…(opp avaṇṇa).

  • -rasa sweet (i.e. honey-) juice, sweet liquor Dhp-a.ii.50; Pv-a.119.
  • -ssara sweet-sounding…

mana(s) →

pts

…with the tasting of tastes (rasa); 5 kāya (touch), with the touching of tangible objects (phoṭṭhabba); 6…

mano →

pts

…with the tasting of tastes (rasa); 5 kāya (touch), with the touching of tangible objects (phoṭṭhabba); 6…

meraya →

pts

…by Dhpāla at Vv-a.73 viz. pupph-āsava, phal’ āsava, madhv˚, guḷ˚, sambhārasaṃyutta

Epic Sk. maireya, cp. Halāyudha 2, 175…

mūla →

pts

…roots Vb-a.69; see under rasa.

Vedic mūra & mūla. The root is given as; mūl in 2 meanings, viz. lit. “rohane”…

nakkhatta →

pts

the stars or constellations, a conjunction of the moon with diff. constellations, a lunar mansion or the constellations of the lunar zodiac, figuring also as Names of months & determinant factors of h …

navanīta →

pts

…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; Dhp-a.i.417;…

netthar →

pts

…taṃ aṭṭhārasa-vidhaṃ sammāvattuṃ vattantī ti attho.

see nittharati; does any connection exist…

nibbāna →

pts

…dvāraṃ); Vv-a.85 (a-rasa) Vv.50#20 (amatogadha magga = nibb˚-gāminī paṭipadā) amosadhammaṃ Snp.758; khemaṃ appaṭibhayaṃ…

nibbāyati →

pts

  1. to be cooled or refreshed, to be covered up = to be extinguished, go out (of fire), to cease to exist, always used with ref. to fire or heat or (fig.) burning sensations (see *[nibbāna](/define/nib …

nigha →

pts

Nigha1

(nīgha) adjective noun is invented by Com. & scholiasts to explain the combn anigha (anīgha sporadic, e.g. SN.v.57). But this should be divided *an-ī …

nikati →

pts

fraud, deceit, cheating DN.i.5 (= DN-a.i.80 paṭirūpakena vañcanaṃ); DN.iii.176; Snp.242 (= nirāsaṃ-karaṇaṃ Snp-a.286); Ja.i.223; Pv.iii.9#5 (+ vañcana); Pp.19, Pp.23, Pp.58; Vv-a.114; Pv-a.211 ( …

nipatati →

pts

  1. (intrs.) to fall down, fly down, descend, go out Vin.ii.192 (Bhagavato pādesu sirasā n. bending his head at the feet of Bh.); Pv-a.60 (id.); Ja.i.278; Ja.v.467 (nippatissāmi = nikkhamissāmi Com. …

nirasana →

pts

adjective without food or subsistence, poor Ja.iv.128.

nis + asana2

nirassāda →

pts

adjective without taste, insipid, dull Vism.135. Cp. nirāsāda.

nis + assāda

nirāsa →

pts

adjective not hungry, not longing for anything, desireless SN.i.12, SN.i.23, SN.i.141; AN.i.107 sq.; Snp.1048 (anigha +), Snp.1078 (id.); Cnd.360; Pp.27; Pv.iv.1#33 (= nittaṇha Pv-a.230). See also a …

nirāsattin →

pts

adjective not hanging on to, not clinging or attached to (c. loc.) Snp.851 (= nittaṇha Snp-a.549); Mnd.221.

adj. to pp. āsatta1 with nis

nirāsava →

pts

adjective without intoxication, undefiled, sinless Thag-a.148.

nis + āsava

nirāsaya →

pts

adjective without (outward) support, not relying on (outward) things, without (sinful) inclinations Snp.56 (Cnd.360 b reads nirāsasa), Snp.369, Snp.634, Snp.1090 (Cnd.361 reads nirāsaṃsa); Dhp.410; Dh …

nirāsaṃsa →

pts

adjective without wishes, expectations or desires, desireless Snp.1090 (Nd ii.reading for nirāsaya); Cnd.361 (cp. Dhp-a.iv.185 nirāsāsa *nirāsaṃsa, variant reading for nirāsaya).

nis + āsaṃsa, śaṃs

nirāsaṅka →

pts

adjective without apprehension, unsuspicious, not doubting Ja.i.264; Vism.180.

nis + āsankā

nirāsaṅkatā →

pts

the not hesitating Ja.vi.337.

abstr. fr. nirāsanka

nirāsāda →

pts

adjective tasteless, yielding no enjoyment Thag.710. Cp. nirassāda.

nis + assāda

nittaṇha →

pts

adjective free from thirst or desire, desireless Pv-a.230 (= nirāsa) f. abstr. nitthaṇhatā Ne.38.

BSk. niṣṭṛṣṇa (Divy.210 etc.), nis + taṇhā

niya →

pts

…own Snp.149 (˚putta = orasaputta Kp-a.248); niyassakamma at AN.i.99 & Pv.iv.1#13 (variant reading Minayeff tiyassa) is to be read as…

nānā →

pts

-agga (-rasa) all the choicest delicacies Ja.i.266 (˚bhojana, of food); Ja.vi.366; Pv-a.155 (˚dibbabhojana) *…

nīrasa →

pts

adjective sapless, dried up, withered, tasteless, insipid Ja.iii.111.

Sk. nīrasa, nis + rasa

orasa →

pts

…(urejāta +).

Fr. ura, uras breast Vedic aurasa

padahati →

pts

  1. to strive, exert DN.iii.221 (cittaṃ paggaṇhāti p.); Pv-a.31 (yoniso p.).
  2. to confront take up, fight against, stand Ja.vi.508 (usīraṃ muñjapubbajaṃ urasā padahessāmi “I shall stand against the g …

pahāra →

pts

…AN.iii.121; Vism.314 (pahārasatāni); Pv-a.191 (sīse). 2. a wound Ja.iv.89; Ja.v.459 (˚mukha).

fr. pa + hṛ; Class. Sk. prahāra, see…

pakaṭṭhaka →

pts

…reading pagaṇḍaka; C. rasagiddha; trsl “pertinacious”).

pa + kaṭṭha + ka; kaṭṭha pp. of kṛṣ, cp. Sk. prakarṣaka of…

pannarasa →

pts

…id. SN.i.233. See also paṇṇarasa.

see pañcadasa & paṇṇarasa under pañca

pannarasama →

pts

ordinal number the 15th Snp-a.366 (gāthā).

fr. pannarasa

pannarasika →

pts

adjective belonging to the 15th day (of the lunar month) Vin.iv.315.

fr. pannarasa

parāmaṭṭha →

pts

touched, grasped, usually in bad sense: succumbing to, defiled, corrupted DN.i.17 for a different, commentarial interpretation see Parāmāsa (evaṃ˚ so acquired or taken up; cp. DN-a.i.107 nirāsanka\ …

pasannā →

pts

kind of spirituous liquor (made from rice) Ja.i.360.

late Sk. prasannā

pasaṃsiya →

pts

adjective laudable, praiseworthy SN.i.149; SN.iii.83; AN.ii.19; Snp.658; Ja.i.202; Sdhp.563. Cp. pasaṃsā.

grd. of pasaṃsati, cp. Vedic praśaṃsia

pasaṃsā →

pts

praise, applause DN.iii.260; SN.i.202; Thag.609; Snp.213, Snp.826 Snp.895; Mil.377; Snp-a.155. In composition the form is pasaṃsa˚; e.g. -āvahana bringing applause Snp.256 -kāma desirous of p …

pasaṅga →

pts

…reads karaṇ’ atthe).

fr. pa + sanj. Class Sk. prasanga in both meanings

pasāda →

pts

  1. clearness, brightness, purity; referring to the colours (“visibility”) of the eye Ja.i.319 (akkhīni maṇiguḷa-sadisāni paññāyamāna pañca-ppasādāni ahesuṃ); Snp-a.453 (pasanna-netto i.e. pañca-v …

pasādhana →

pts

ornament, decoration, parure Ja.ii.186 (rañño sīsa ˚kappaka king’s headdress-maker i.e. barber); Ja.iii.437; Ja.iv.3 (ura-cchada˚); Dhp-a.i.227 (˚peḷikā), Dhp-a.i.342 (˚kappaka), Dhp-a.i.393; Tha …

pasādiyā →

pts

at Ja.vi.530 is doubtful; it is explained in C. together with saṃsādiyā (a certain kind of rice: sūkara-sāli), yet the C. seems to take it as “bhūmiyaṃ patita”; variant reading …

pasākha →

pts

  1. a smaller branch Ja.vi.324 (sākha˚;).
  2. branch-like wood, i.e. hard wood Thag.72.
  3. the body where it branches off from the trunk, i.e. abdomen & thighs the lower part of the body Vin.iv.316 ( …

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 …

patta →

pts

…leaves Vin.i.246 (+ puppharasa & ucchurasa);

Ved. patra, to *pet as in patati…

paviveka →

pts

…Snp.257; Dhp.205 (˚rasa, cp. Dhp-a.iii.268); Thag.597; Ja.i.9; Pts.ii.244; Vism.41, Vism.73 (˚sukha-rasa); Sdhp.476; DN-a.i.169.

fr….

pañca →

pts

…(see [as f ī of the 15th or full-moon day Pv.iii.3#1; Dhp-a.i.198 Dhp-a.iii.92; Dhp-a.iv.202; Vv-a.314;…

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- …

paṇṇarasa →

pts

Paṇṇarasa & Paṇṇavīsati

see pañca 1 B, & C.

paṇṇattika →

pts

…of the phenomenal world) Dhp-a.i.89; Dhp-a.ii.163. Pannarasa & Pannavisati;

fr. paṇṇatti

paṇṇavīsati →

pts

Paṇṇarasa & Paṇṇavīsati

see pañca 1 B, & C.

paṭhavī →

pts

…SN.i.101; AN.iv.90.

  • -rasa taste of earth SN.i.134; Snp-a.5.
  • -lekha writing on (or in) carth AN.i.283…

pharati →

pts

…phari: see under rasa)
■ Often in standard phrase mettā-sahagatena cetasā ekaṃ (dutiyaṃ etc.) disaṃ…

phāṇita →

pts

…raw sugar, molasses (ucchu-rasaṃ gahetvā kataphāṇitaṃ Vv-a.180) Vin.ii.177; DN.i.141; Vv.35#25; Vv.40#4 Ja.i.33, Ja.i.120, Ja.i.227;…

pokkhara →

pts

  1. a lotus plant, primarily the leaf of it, figuring in poetry and metaphor as not being able to be wetted by water Snp.392, Snp.812 (vuccati paduma-pattaṃ Mnd.135); Dhp.336; Iti.84.
  2. the skin of a …

puppha →

pts

…Vism.432 (in simile).

  • -rasa (wine-) juice made of fls., flower-liquor Vin.i.246; taste of fls. Dhs.629. *…

putta →

pts

  1. a son SN.i.210; Snp.35, Snp.38, Snp.60, Snp.557, Snp.858; Dhp.62, Dhp.84 Dhp.228, Dhp.345; Ja.iv.309; Vism.645 (simile of 3 sons); Pv-a.25, Pv-a.63, Pv-a.73 sq.; DN-a.i.157 (dāsaka˚). Four kind …

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 …

pātar →

pts

adverb early in the morning, in foll forms:

  1. pātar (before vowels), only in cpd. -āsa morning meal, breakfast [cp. BSk. prātar-aśana Divy.631] DN.iii.94; Snp.387; Ja.i.232; V …

pīta →

pts

…with (-˚), in kasāyarasa˚; Ja.ii.98 (or = pīta2?) and visapīta (of an arrow) Ja.v.36; Vism.303,…

pīti →

pts

…Ja.iii.411; Vb.227. -rasa taste or emotion of joy Vv-a.86. -sambojjhaṅga the…

rajo →

pts

…seen in “raja-missakaṃ rasaṃ” at Dhp-a.i.375. 2. (fig.) stain, dirt, defilement, impurity. Thus taken conventionally by the P….

rasaka →

pts

cook Ja.v.460, Ja.v.461, Ja.v.507.

fr. rasa, cp. Classic Sk. rasaka

rasati →

pts

to shout, howl Ja.ii.407 (vv.ll. rayati, vasati; C. explains as “nadati”) = Ja.iv.346 (variant reading sarati).

ras

rasatta →

pts

taste, sweetness Snp-a.299.

fr. rasa

rasavatī →

pts

“possessing flavours” i.e. a kitchen Vin.i.140.

rasa + vant

rasāvin →

pts

(adj. tasting Vv-a.85 (nibbāna˚).

fr. rasa

rasīyati →

pts

…see p. 470).

Pass-Demon formation fr. rasa

ratha →

pts

…mite. Childers compares Sk. trasareṇu a mote of dust, atom. It is said to consist of 36 -tajjāri’s, and 36 ratha-reṇu’s are equal to…

rava →

pts

…rava as a synonym of; rasa (with assāda & sneha). It is not clear what the connection is between those two meanings.

for…

rāga →

pts

…SN.v.357 sq.; MN.ii.138 (rasa˚ the excitement of taste) AN.i.52, AN.i.156 sq., AN.i.230 sq.; AN.ii.256; AN.iii.169, AN.iii.451 sq. AN.iv.144;…

rūpa →

pts

…ghāna → gandha jivhā → rasa, kāya → phoṭṭhabba, mano → dhamma), cp. cakkhu-viññeyyā rūpā iṭṭhā kantā etc. DN.i.245;…

s →

pts

ras-agga-saggin (see rasa2). An apparent hiatus-s in ye s-idha Snp.1083, and evaṃ s- ahaṃ Snp.1134…

sajjulasa →

pts

resin Vin.i.202.

cp. Sk. sarjarasa; see Geiger,

Pali Grammar

§ 19#2

sambādha →

pts

…too narrow Ja.i.7; puttadārasambādhasayana a bed encumbered with child and wife Mil.243; cp. SN.i.78; (in fig. sense) difficulty, trouble…

sammā →

pts

Sammā1

a pin of the yoke Abhp.449; a kind of sacrificial instrument Snp-a.321 (sammaṃ ettha pāsantī ti sammāpāso; and sātrā-yāgass’ etaṃ adhivacanaṃ). Cp. Weber Indische Streifen i.3 …

sara →

pts

…texts in the Sarabhañña manner Vin.ii.300.

  • -sara an imitative word; sarasaraṃ karoti to make the noise sarasara…

sarasa →

pts

adjective with its essential properties (see rasa) Mnd.43; sarasabhāva a method of exposition Dhs-a.71.

sa3 + rasa

sassara →

pts

imitative of the sound sarasara; chinnasassara giving out a broken or irregular sound of sarasara. MN.i.128 ‣See *> Journal of the Pali Text…

sata →

pts

…sun Sdhp.590; Ja.i.44.

  • -rasabhojana food of 100 flavours Dhp-a.iii.96 (variant reading all pass, satta˚)
  • -vaṅka a…

sattarasa →

pts

cardinal number seventeen Vin.i.77; Vin.iv.112 (˚vaggiyā bhikkhū, group of 17).

satta4 + rasa2 = dasa

saññā →

pts

…of rūpa, sadda, gandha, rasa, phoṭṭhabba, and dhamma DN.ii.309; SN.iii.60; the sevenfold perception, anicca-anatta-, asubha-,…

seka →

pts

sprinkling Ja.i.93 (suvaṇṇa-rasa-s.piñjara).

fr. sic, see siñcati

silutta →

pts

rat snake Ja.vi.194 (= gharasappa).

sira →

pts

…AN.i.141; siro Snp.768; sirasaṃ Ja.v.434; instr. sirasā Vin.i.4; DN.i.126; Snp.1027; loc. sirasmiṃ MN.i.32; sire DN-a.i.97; in compounds…

sulasī →

pts

medicinal plant Vin.i.201; cp. Deśīnāmamālā viii.40.

cp. Sk. surasī, “basilienkraut” BR; fr. surasa

sāmaggiya →

pts

…unpleasant Ja.vi.517 (C. on asammodiya).

fr….

sārasa →

pts

water bird, Ardea sibirica Vv-a.57, Vv-a.163; at both pass. = koñca.

cp. Epic Sk. sārasa

taca →

pts

…of thirst) Pv-a.172;

  • -rasa the taste of bark Dhs.629
  • -sāra (a) (even) the best (bark, i.e.) tree…

takka →

pts

Takka1

doubt; a doubtful view (often diṭṭhi, appl. like sammā˚, micchā-diṭṭhi), hair-splitting reasoning, sophistry (= itihītihaṃ Cnd.151). Opp. to takka (= micchā-sankappo Vb.86, Vb.35 …

tasati →

pts

…also tasa uttasati.

Vedic trasati = Gr. τρέω, Lat. terreo (= terror); *ters fr. *ter in Sk. tarala, cp. also Lat. tremo (= tremble) and…

tayo →

pts

terasa (Snp-a.489; Dhs-a.333; Vv-a.72: terasī the 13th day) & teḷasa (SN.i.192 Snp.p.102…

terasa →

pts

see under tayo.

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 …

ti →

pts

…padapāripurī akkharasamavāyo etc.“ Mnd.123 = Cnd.137. The same expln. also for iti’ haṃ (see below iv.)

I. As…

tibba →

pts

adjective

  1. sharp, keen, eager: tibbagārava very devout AN.ii.21; Ne.112 (cp tīvraprasāda Avs.i.130); t- cchanda DN.iii.252, DN.iii.283.
  2. dense, thick; confused, dark, dim: t- rāga Dhp.349 (= ba …

tārā →

pts

star, a planet Snp.687 (tārāsabha the lord, lit. “the bull” of the stars, i.e. the Moon).

-gaṇa (tāra˚) the host of stars Pv.ii.9#67 (cando va t
■ gaṇe atirocati). -maṇivitāna

ubbilla →

pts

…Sk dvādaśa → dial. P. bārasa, whereas the original Sk. dv is in regular P. represented by dd, as in dvīpa → dīpa *udvāpa → uddāpa….

ucchu →

pts

…a sugar-mill Ja.i.339. -rasa s
■ c. juice Vin.i.246; Vism.489; Vv-a.180 -vāta, Asl.274….

upasaṅkamati →

pts

  1. to go up to (with acc.), to approach come near; freq. in stock phrase “yena (Pokkharasādissa parivesanā) ten’ upasankami, upasankamitvā paññatte āsane nisīdi”, e.g. Vin.i.270; DN.i.109; DN.ii.1, an …

uppaṇḍeti →

pts

to ridicule, mock, to deride, make fun of Vin.i.216, Vin.i.272, Vin.i.293; Vin.iv.278; AN.iii.91 = Pp.67 (ūhasati ullapati +); Ja.v.288 Ja.v.300; Dhp-a.ii.29; Dhp-a.iii.41; Pv-a.175 (avamaññati + …

ura →

pts

…Pv-a.62 (ure jāta; cp orasa)
■ Vin.ii.105 (contrasted with piṭṭhi back); Vin.iv.129; Ja.iv.3; Ja.v.159, Ja.v.202; Cnd.659;…

uro →

pts

…Pv-a.62 (ure jāta; cp orasa)
■ Vin.ii.105 (contrasted with piṭṭhi back); Vin.iv.129; Ja.iv.3; Ja.v.159, Ja.v.202; Cnd.659;…

usabha →

pts

…(with semen), as also in Sk. rasa juice, rasā wet, liquid, Lat rōs dew. A parallel root *ueres in Sk. varṣa rain, Gr ε ̓́ρση dew; Sk….

utrāsa →

pts

terror Ja.ii.8 (citt˚).

= uttāsa

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. …

uttama →

pts

adjective “ut-most”, highest, greatest, best Snp.1054 (dhammaṃ uttamaṃ the highest ideal = Nibbāna for which seṭṭhan Snp.1064; cp. Cnd.317); Dhp.56; Mnd.211; Cnd.502 (in paraphrase of mahā combd …

uttasati →

pts

…Vin.iii.145 (id.); Ja.ii.384; Ja.vi.79

ppr uttasaṃ Thag.863; uttasanto Pv.ii.2#3
■ See utrasati.
caus uttāseti (q.v.).
pp uttasta &…

uttāsa →

pts

terror, fear, fright DN.iii.148; SN.v.386; Mil.170; Pv-a.180.

Sk. uttrāsa, fr. ud + tras

vaggiya →

pts

…bhikkhū (the group of 6 bh.) Vin.i.111 sq., Vin.i.316 sq. & passim sattarasa-vaggiyā bhikkhū (group of 17) Vin.iv.112.

fr….

vandati →

pts

to greet respectfully, salute, to pay homage, to honour, respect to revere, venerate, adore Snp.366, Snp.547, Snp.573, Snp.1028; Pv.ii.1#6; Mhvs.15, Mhvs.14 (+ pūjeti); Mil.14; Snp-a.191; Pv-a.53 ( …

vassati →

pts

…bull, Lat. ros dew = Sk. rasa essence etc. Dhtm.471 gives “secana” as defn

Vassati2

to utter a cry (of animals), to…

vikampati →

pts

to shake; fig. to be unsettled, to waver, to be in doubt SN.iv.71 (cittaṃ na vikampate) Thag.1076 (vidhāsu na v.; translation Brethren p. 366: “who is not exercised about himself in this way or in t …

vimutti →

pts

…phala mettā.

  • -rasa the essence of emancipation AN.i.36; AN.iv.203; Pv-a.287.
  • -sāra substance…

visappana →

pts

in -rasa at Vism.470 is not clear. Is it “spreading”, or misprint for visa-pāna?

vi + sṛp

yasa →

pts

…rūpa, sadda, gandha, rasa, phoṭṭhabba The same 10 are found at Pv.ii.958, 59); AN.i.15; AN.ii.32 AN.ii.66, AN.ii.188;…

yaso →

pts

…rūpa, sadda, gandha, rasa, phoṭṭhabba The same 10 are found at Pv.ii.958, 59); AN.i.15; AN.ii.32 AN.ii.66, AN.ii.188;…

yathāva →

pts

…Vism.588 (as yāthāvasarasa), Vism.639 (id.)
■ abl. yathāvato (also found as…

yebhuyya →

pts

…rule (adj.)] sattā Ābhassarasaṃvaṭṭanikā honti; explained by half allegorical, half popular etym. at DN-a.i.110 as follows: “ye upari…

yoga →

pts

lit. “yoking, or being yoked,” i.e. connection bond, means; fig. application, endeavour, device

  1. yoke, yoking (rare?) Ja.vi.206 (meant here the yoke of the churning-sticks; cp. Ja.vi.209).
  2. conn …

yāthāva →

pts

-sarasa logical and with its essential (sa + rasa) properties Vism.588, Vism.639.

see yathāva….

yāva →

pts

…passage: uddiṭṭhā… terasa sanghādisesā dhammā, nava patham-āpattikā cattāro yāvatatiyakā, yesaṃ bhikkhu aññataraṃ vā…

yūsa →

pts

…(rañño sūdo yūsaṃ vā rasaṃ vā kareyya).

Vedic yūṣan, later Sk. yūṣa; fr. base Idg. *i̯ūs, cp. Lat. jūs soup, Gr. ζύμη…

āpa →

pts

…See also dhātu
■ rasa
the taste of water AN.i.32; Snp-a.6 -sama resembling water MN.i.423.

Vedic ap & āp, f. sg….

āpo →

pts

…See also dhātu
■ rasa
the taste of water AN.i.32; Snp-a.6 -sama resembling water MN.i.423.

Vedic ap & āp, f. sg….

āsa →

pts

Āsa1

contracted form of aṃsa in cpd. koṭṭhāsa part., portion etc.: see aṃsa1. Can we compare BSk. āsapātrī (see next).

Āsa3

āsada →

pts

  1. approach, dealing with, business with (acc.), concern, affair, means of acting or getting Vin.ii.195 = Ja.v.336 (mā kuñjara nāgam āsado); MN.i.326 (metaṃ āsado = mā etaṃ āsado do not meddle with th …

āsajja →

pts

indeclinable

  1. sitting on, going to, approaching; allocated, belonging to; sometimes merely as prep. acc “near” (cp. āsanna) Snp.418 (āsajja naṃ upāvisi he came up near to him), Snp.448 (kāko va sel …

āsatti →

pts

attachment, hanging on (w. loc.), dependence, clinging Vin.ii.156 = AN.i.138; SN.i.212; Snp.777 (bhavesu); Mnd.51, Mnd.221; Ne.12, Ne.128
■ Cp nirāsattin.

ā + sañj

āsava →

pts

that which; flows (out or on to) outflow & influx.

  1. spirit, the intoxicating extract or secretion of a tree or flower, O. C in Vin.iv.110 (four kinds); B. on DN.iii.182 (five kinds Dhs-a.48; Kp-a …

āsaya →

pts

  1. abode, haunt, receptacle; dependence on, refuge, support, condition SN.i.38; Vin.iii.151; Ja.ii.99; Mil.257; Vv-a.60; Pv-a.210; jal˚ river Vv-a.47; Pgdp.80; adj. depending on, living in (-˚) Mi …

āsaṃsā →

pts

wish, desire, expectation, hope Ja.iv.92
■ Cp. nirāsaṃsa.

from ā + śaṃs

āsaṅga →

pts

  1. adhering, clinging to, attachment, pursuit Ja.iv.11.
  2. that which hangs on (the body), clothing garment, dress; adj. dressed or clothed in (-˚); usually in cpd. *[uttarāsaṅga](/define/uttarāsaṅga …

āsaṅkā →

pts

fear, apprehension, doubt, suspicion Ja.i.338; Ja.ii.383; Ja.iii.533; Ja.vi.350, Ja.vi.370; Dhp-a.iii.485; Vv-a.110
■ Cp. sāsaṅka & nirāsaṅka.

Sk. āśankā fr. ā + śaṅk

āvatta →

pts

…Ja.i.70 (in a river); Ne.81 (variant reading āvaṭṭa?), Ne.105 (˚hārasampāta).

Sk. āvarta, of ā + vṛt, cp. āvaṭṭa

āvijjhana →

pts

…contact with Dhs-a.312 (˚rasa, T. āviñj˚, variant reading āviñch˚; or is it “encompassing”? = āvijjhati 1?); Vism.444…

āyatana →

pts

…odour, 4. rasa taste, 5. phoṭṭhabba tangible object, 6….

āyuta →

pts

adjective

  1. connected with, endowed, furnished with Thag.753 (dve pannaras’āyuta due to twice fifteen); Snp.301 (nārī-varagaṇ˚ = ˚saṃyutta Snp-a.320); Pv.ii.12#4 (nānā-saragaṇ˚ ˚yutta Pv-a.157). …

ḍāka →

pts

…vegetable Vin.i.246 (˚rasa), Vin.i.248; Thig.1; Vv.20#6 (variant reading sāka); Vv-a.99 (= taṇḍuleyyakādi-sākavyañjana).

Sk. sāka…

dukkha →

puskas

‘Szenvedés’ – a buddhista filozófia alapfogalma: szenvedés a születés, a vénség, a betegség, a halál, a vágy, s mindez azért, mert forrása az újraszületéseknek. Lásd még: első nidána, a négy nemes igazság.