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rata, 269 találat.

rata →

bodhirasa

delighted (in), devoted (to), pleased (with), enjoying

DHP 22 appamādavaggo

evaṃ visesato ñatvā, appamādamhi paṇḍitā, appamāde pamodanti, ariyānaṃ gocare ratā.

TH 236 cūḷapanthaka theragāthā

tass'āhaṃ vacanaṃ sutvā, vihāsiṃ sāsane rato, samādhiṃ paṭipādesiṃ, uttam'atthassa pattiyā.

rata →

pts

delighting in (loc. or-˚), intent on, devoted to SN.iv.117 (dhamme jhāne), SN.iv.389 sq. (bhava etc.); Snp.54 (sangaṇika˚), Snp.212, Snp.250, Snp.327, Snp.330 (dhamme), Snp.461 (yaññe), Snp.737 (upas …

ajjhattarata →

bodhirasa

with inner joy, happy within, finding delight inside

TH 259 sāriputtattheragāthā

yathācārī yathāsato satīmā, yatasaṅkappajjhāyi appamatto, ajjhattarato samāhit'atto, eko santusito tam'āhu bhikkhuṃ.

DHP 362 bhikkhuvaggo

hatthasaṃyato pādasaṃyato, vācāsaṃyato saṃyat'uttamo, ajjhattarato samāhito, eko santusito tam'āhu bhikkhuṃ.

anabhirata →

bodhirasa

dissatisfied, discontent, miserable

JAa 182 saṅgāmāvacara jātakavaṇṇanā

satthari hi paṭhamagamanena kapilapuraṃ gantvā kaniṭṭhabhātikaṃ nandarājakumāraṃ pabbājetvā kapilapurā nikkhamma anupubbena sāvatthiṃ gantvā viharante āyasmā nando anabhirato ahosi

appamādarata →

bodhirasa

delighting in diligence, devoted to conscientiousness, lit. not delighting in heedlessness

DHP 31 appamādavaggo

appamādarato bhikkhu, pamāde bhayadassi vā, saṃyojanaṃ aṇuṃ thūlaṃ, ḍahaṃ aggī'va gacchati.

AN 4.37 aparihāniyasuttaṃ

appamādarato bhikkhu, pamāde bhayadassi vā, abhabbo parihānāya, nibbānass'eva santike'ti.

cakkaratana →

bodhirasa

jewelled wheel

DN 26.2 cakkavattisuttaṃ

addasā kho, bhikkhave, so puriso bahunnaṃ vassānaṃ bahunnaṃ vassasatānaṃ bahunnaṃ vassasahassānaṃ accayena dibbaṃ cakkaratanaṃ osakkitaṃ ṭhānā cutaṃ

DN 17.3 mahāsudassanasuttaṃ

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

dhammarata →

bodhirasa

lover of the teaching, devoted to the Dhamma

DHP 364 bhikkhuvaggo

dhamm'ārāmo dhammarato, dhammaṃ anuvicintayaṃ, dhammaṃ anussaraṃ bhikkhu, saddhammā na parihāyati.

dubbharata →

bodhirasa

difficult to support

AN 8.53 saṃkhittasuttaṃ

dubbharatāya saṃvattanti no subharatāyā'ti

dānasaṃvibhāgarata →

bodhirasa

who delights in sharing gifts, who enjoys distributing charity

AN 7.6 vitthatadhanasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, ariyasāvako vigatamalamaccherena cetasā agāraṃ ajjhāvasati muttacāgo payatapāṇi vossaggarato yācayogo dānasaṃvibhāgarato. idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, cāgadhanaṃ

maṇiratana →

bodhirasa

precious gem, valuable gemstone

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

ṭhitako'va mātukucchisambhavena kenaci asucinā amakkhito suddho visado kāsikavatthe nikkhitta-maṇiratanaṃ viya jotayanto mātukucchito nikkhami.

nekkhammabhirata →

bodhirasa

who enjoys renunciation

AN 8.30 anuruddha mahāvitakkasuttaṃ

tatra bhikkhu viveka-ninnena cittena viveka-poṇena viveka-pabbhārena vivek-aṭṭhena nekkhammābhiratena aññadatthu uyyojanika-paṭisaṃyuttaṃ-y'eva kathaṃ kattā hoti

nūparata →

bodhirasa

not abstained, not stopped, not restrained

SNP 51 mahābyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 13

sa sabbadhammesu visenibhūto, yaṃ kiñci diṭṭhaṃ va sutaṃ mutaṃ vā, sa pannabhāro muni vippamutto, na kappiyo n'ūparato na patthiyo'ti.

nūparata →

bodhirasa

not dead, not indifferent

SNP 51 mahābyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 13

sa sabbadhammesu visenibhūto, yaṃ kiñci diṭṭhaṃ va sutaṃ mutaṃ vā, sa pannabhāro muni vippamutto, na kappiyo n'ūparato na patthiyo'ti.

papañcābhirata →

bodhirasa

enjoying various opinions, taking delight in proliferation, engaged in mental proliferation

TH 259 sāriputtattheragāthā

yo papañcam'anuyutto, papañc'ābhirato mago, virādhayī so nibbānaṃ, yogakkhemaṃ anuttaraṃ.

DHP 254 malavaggo

ākāse'va padaṃ n'atthi, samaṇo n'atthi bāhire, papañc'ābhiratā pajā, nippapañcā tathāgatā.

paṭivirata →

bodhirasa

abstained (from), desisted (from)

SN 42.6 asibandhakaputtasuttaṃ

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

AN 10.176 cundasuttaṃ

idha cunda ekacco pāṇātipātaṃ pahāya pāṇātipātā paṭivirato hoti nihitadaṇḍo nihitasattho lajjī dayāpanno sabbapāṇabhūtahitānukampī viharati

ratana →

bodhirasa

jewel, gem, gemstone

THI 54 anopamā therīgāthā

yattakaṃ tulitā esā, tuyhaṃ dhītā anopamā, tato aṭṭhaguṇaṃ dassaṃ, hiraññaṃ ratanāni ca.

ratana →

bodhirasa

treasure

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

puna caparaṃ, bhikkhave, mahāsamuddo bahu-ratano aneka-ratano. tatr'imāni ratanāni, seyyathidaṃ muttā maṇi veḷuriyo saṅkho silā pavāḷaṃ rajataṃ jātarūpaṃ lohitaṅgo masāragallaṃ

ratana →

bodhirasa

woman, lit. jewel, treasure

SNP 47 māgaṇḍiyasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 9

etādisaṃ ce ratanaṃ na icchasi, nāriṃ narindehi bahūhi patthitaṃ, diṭṭhigataṃ sīlavataṃ nu jīvitaṃ, bhav'ūpapattiñ'ca vadesi kīdisaṃ.

ratana →

bodhirasa

cubit, measure from elbow to finger-tip

JAa 1.N.1 sumedha kathā

puthulato pana diyaḍḍha-ratanaṃ dvīsu passesu ratana-mattānucaṅkamaṃ dīghato saṭṭhihatthaṃ mudutalaṃ samavippakiṇṇavālukaṃ caṅkamaṃ vaṭṭati cetiyagirimhi dīpappasādakamahindattherassa caṅkamanaṃ viya, tādisaṃ taṃ ahosi.

ratanavara →

bodhirasa

excellent jewel, best of precious stones

VV 53 chattamāṇavaka vimānavatthu

yam'idha pathe samecca māṇavena, satthānusāsi anukampamāno, tava ratanavarassa dhammaṃ sutvā, karissāmī'ti ca bravittha chatto.

ratanika →

bodhirasa

a cubit wide or long

JAa 1.N.1 sumedha kathā

atisambādhe caṅkame vitthārato ratanike vā aḍḍharatanike vā caṅkamantassa paricchede pakkhalitvā nakhā'pi aṅguliyo'pi bhijjantī'ti atisambādhatā catuttho doso.

rattūparata →

bodhirasa

abstaining (from eating at) night

MN 27 cūḷa hatthipadopamasuttaṃ

ekabhattiko hoti ratt'ūparato virato vikālabhojanā

samaggarata →

bodhirasa

who enjoys unity, who is fond of concord, who likes harmony

AN 10.176 cundasuttaṃ

iti bhinnānaṃ vā sandhātā sahitānaṃ vā anuppadātā samaggārāmo samaggarato samagganandī samaggakaraṇiṃ vācaṃ bhāsitā hoti

samācāratā →

bodhirasa

(state of) conduct

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

tāya ca pana parisuddhakāya-samācāratāya nevattānukkaṃsessāma na paraṃ vambhessāmā'ti.

sorata →

bodhirasa

gentle, easy-going, polite

AN 8.13 assājānīyasuttaṃ

sorato hoti sukhasaṃvāso, na ca aññe asse ubbejetā.

subharata →

bodhirasa

being easy to support, state of being easy to support

MN 3 dhammadāyādasuttaṃ

tañ'hi tassa bhikkhave bhikkhuno dīgha-rattaṃ appicchatāya santuṭṭhiyā sallekhāya subharatāya vīriyārambhāya saṃvattissati

tatratatrābhinandana →

bodhirasa

thoroughly enjoying this and that, taking delight in this and that, relishing this and that

MN 43 mahāvedallasuttaṃ

kathaṃ pan'āvuso, āyatiṃ punabbhav'ābhinibbatti hotī'ti? avijjānīvaraṇānaṃ kho, āvuso, sattānaṃ taṇhāsaṃyojanānaṃ tatratatr'ābhinandanā, evaṃ āyatiṃ punabbhav'ābhinibbatti hotī'ti.

tatratatrābhinandī →

bodhirasa

thoroughly enjoying this and that, taking delight in this and that, relishing this and that

DN 22.16 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

yāyaṃ taṇhā ponobhavikā nandirāgasahagatā tatratatr'ābhinandinī, seyyathidaṃ, kāmataṇhā bhavataṇhā vibhavataṇhā

taṭataṭāyati →

bodhirasa

makes a racket, makes a ratatatat sound

DHPa 2.17.7 atulaupāsaka vatthu

esa vāt'āhatatālapaṇṇaṃ viya taṭataṭāyati, imassa kathāpariyanto'y'eva natthī'ti nindanti

uparata →

bodhirasa

abstained, stopped

MN 27 cūḷa hatthipadopamasuttaṃ

ekabhattiko hoti ratti-uparato virato vikālabhojanā

TH 2 mahākoṭṭhika theragāthā

upasanto uparato, mantabhāṇī anuddhato, dhunāti pāpake dhamme, dumapattaṃ'va māluto'ti.

varataraṃ →

bodhirasa

better, even better

DHPa 1.5.11 jambukatthera vatthu

āvuso, āgantuka kuṭumbikassa te gehe bhattaṃ bhuñjanato varataraṃ mīḷhaṃ khādituṃ... kuṭumbikena dinnasāṭakanivāsanato varataraṃ naggena vicarituṃ

vaṇṇapokkharatā →

bodhirasa

beauty of complexion, lit. lotus like state of appearance

DHP 262 dhammaṭṭhavaggo

na vākkaraṇamattena, vaṇṇapokkharatāya vā, sādhurūpo naro hoti, issukī maccharī saṭho.

virata →

bodhirasa

stopped, abstained (from), given up, desisted (from)

MN 27 cūḷa hatthipadopamasuttaṃ

ekabhattiko hoti ratt'ūparato virato vikālabhojanā

SNP 61 upasīva māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 6

ākiñcaññaṃ pekkhamāno satimā, natthī'ti nissāya tarassu oghaṃ, kāme pahāya virato kathāhi, taṇhakkhayaṃ nattam'ah'ābhipassa.

vossaggarata →

bodhirasa

delights in generosity, enjoys giving

AN 7.6 vitthatadhanasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, ariyasāvako vigatamalamaccherena cetasā agāraṃ ajjhāvasati muttacāgo payatapāṇi vossaggarato yācayogo dānasaṃvibhāgarato. idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, cāgadhanaṃ

bharata →

dppn

Bharata1

A monk whose Theragāthā verses call on Nandaka and himself to declare their spiritual prowess to the Buddha….

bhesakalāvana →

dppn

…Moggallāna was molested by Māra and he preached the Māratajjanīya Sutta. MN.i.332

cakkaratana →

dppn

…them for him. This the Cakkaratana does, carrying with it through the air the Cakkavatti with his fourfold army. Wherever the Cakkaratana halts,…

cakkavatti →

dppn

…first the Elephant, Hatthiratana; it is either the youngest of the Chaddantā-kula or the oldest of the Uposatha-kula. Next the Horse,…

dūsī →

dppn

…and he was born in the Mahā Niraya. The story is given in the Māratajjanīya Sutta MN.i.333ff. Thag.1187–1191

khemābhirata →

dppn

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

kāsi →

dppn

…was once ruled by the Bhāratas, one of whom, Dhataraṭṭha, was its king in the time of Reṇu. DN.ii.235f. There seem to have been frequent…

mahāmoggallāna →

dppn

…AN.iv.75ff.

In the Māratajjanīya Sutta MN.i.332ff. we are told how Māra worried Moggallāna by entering into his belly, but Moggallāna…

māra →

dppn

…worlds. AN.ii.17 In the Māratajjanīya Sutta MN.i.333 DN.iii.79 Moggallāna says that he too had once been a Māra, Dūsī by name; Kālā was…

reṇu →

dppn

…Brahmadatta, Vessabhū, Bharata, and the two Dhataratthas.

The seven divisions of the kingdom were called Kalinga, Assaka, Avanti, Sovīra,…

sorata →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

sovīra →

dppn

…mentioned in the Mahāgovinda Sutta. DN.ii.235

In the time of King Reṇu, Bharata was king of Sovīra, and Roruka was its capital.

Eder,…

taṇḍulapālidvārāya →

dppn

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

vesāli →

dppn

…Vacchagotta, Sunakkhatta and Ratana.

One hundred years after the Buddha’s death Vesāli was again the scene of interest for Buddhists, on account…

abhirata →

ncped

finding delight (in); content (with, loc. or ifc)

abhiratarūpa →

ncped

absolutely content

abhivasanavaratara →

ncped

the very best of clothing, choice clothes

amaratapa →

ncped

or masculine (extreme) penance undertaken to obtain immortality

anabhirata →

ncped

taking no delight (in), discontented, disaffected

assaratana →

ncped

precious horse, an excellent horse; esp. the ’horse-treasure ’ (one of the seven ratanas of a cakkavatti(n) king)

cakkaratana →

ncped

the “wheel treasure” of the cakkavatti(n)

cirataraṃ →

ncped

for a longer time; for a very long time; more slowly.

daharatagge →

ncped

from childhood; from youth.

dukkaratara →

ncped

, compar. harder to do; more difficult.

dvidugamavaratarahanutta →

ncped

having the jaw of the best of the quadrupeds.

dūratara →

ncped

, compar. further away; more distant.

ekattanirata →

ncped

(or n.) devoted to (or devotion to) solitariness or unity

gahapatiratana →

ncped

the householder’s treasure (one of the seven treasures of the cakkavatti(n) emperor)

itthiratana →

ncped

the “woman-treasure”, (one of the seven ratanas of a cakkavatti(n)) king)

kaṭhina →

ncped

…ceremony.

kaṭhinaṃ attharataṃ2

(?) also implies that the special concessions associated with the kaṭhina ritual are in…

nirata →

ncped

delighting in; attached, devoted to; intent upon.

tatratatrābhinandana →

ncped

, ~a., feminine pleasure in this and that; delight here and there.

tatratatrābhinandi →

ncped

finding pleasure in this and that; taking delight here and there.

tatratatrābhinandin →

ncped

finding pleasure in this and that; taking delight here and there.

theratara →

ncped

more senior.

udumbara →

ncped

the (glomerate) fig-tree, Ficus glomerata.

uparata →

ncped

ceased, stopped; quiet; dead; having given up, abstaining (from).

upāya →

ncped

  1. (m.) way, means; expedient; appropriate way, successful means; strategy, stratagem.
  2. (mfn.) going to; being involved.

upāyena →

ncped

skilfully; in the right way; by a stratagem

uḷāratama →

ncped

superl.

cakka →

nyana

…‘precious possessions’ ratana of a righteous World Emperor cakkavatti ‘He who owns the Wheel,’ cf. D. 26, and symbolizes conquering…

existence →

nyana

khandha - The 4 substrata of e.: upadhi - Courses of e.: gati - Wheel of e.: samsāra. - Craving for e.:

gems →

nyana

Gems: the 3: ti-ratana

indriyesu gutta-dvāratā →

nyana

[[indriyesu gutta-dvāratā]]Indriyesu gutta-dvāratā: ‘guarding the sense-doors’ is identical with sense-control indriya - samvara see: sīla

jewels →

nyana

Jewels: The 3: ti-ratana

papañca →

nyana

Papañca: Sanskrit prapañca In doctrinal usage, it signifies the expansion, differentiation, ‘diffuseness’ or ‘manifoldness’ of the world; and it may also refer to the ‘phenomenal world’ in gener …

ti-ratana →

nyana

Ti-ratana: ‘Three Jewels’ or Three Gems, which by all Buddhists are revered as the most venerable things, are the Buddha, the Dhamma and the…

ānantariya →

nyana

…It is mentioned under the name of ānantarika - samādhi in the Ratana Sutta Sn. v. 22 and in Pts.M. 1, ñānakathā.

abbata →

pts

…B abbhuta, C. abbuta).

a + vata, Sk. avrata

abbhukkirati →

pts

…(with water) DN.ii.172 (cakkaratanaṃ; neither with Morris J.P.T.S. 1886, 131 “give up”, nor with trsl. of Ja.ii.311 “roll along”);…

abhinandin →

pts

…in phrase (taṇhā) tatratatr’âbhinandinī finding its pleasure in this or that [cp. B.Sk. tṛṣṇā tatra-tatr’âbhinandinī…

abhiramati →

pts

…content Vin.i.34; MN.i.170; Snp.53.
ppr med. abhiramamāna Ja.iii.188, Pv-a.162
pp abhirata (q.v.).
■ 2nd Caus….

abhirata →

pts

adjective (-˚) found of, indulging in, finding delight in AN.iv.224 (nekkhamma˚); AN.v.175 (id.) Snp.86 (nibbāna˚), Snp.275 (vihesa˚), Snp.276 (kalaha˚); Ja.v.382 (dāna˚); Pv-a.54 (puññakamma˚), Pv\ …

abhiratatta →

pts

the fact of being fond of, delighting in (-˚) Ja.v.254 (kāma˚).

abstr. fr. abhirata

abhirūpa →

pts

adjective of perfect form, (very), handsome, beautiful, lovely Snp.410 (= dassaniya’ angapaccanga Snp-a.383); Ja.i.207; Pp.52; DN-a.i.281 (aññehi manussehi adhikarūpa); Vv-a.53; Pv-a.61 (abhikkant …

acchera →

pts

…wonderful, marvellous SN.i.181; Vv.84#13 (comp. accheratara); Pv.iii.5#1 (˚rūpa = acchariyasabhāva Pv-a.197);…

agghika →

pts

…(cp. Sinhalese ägä “festoon work”) Mhvs.19, Mhvs.38 (pupph˚;), Mhvs.34, Mhvs.73 (ratan˚;), Mhvs.34, Mhvs.76 (dhaj˚); Dāvs i.39…

agghiya →

pts

…(maṇi); Dhp-a.ii.41 (ratan of jewel’s worth); Mhvs.30, Mhvs.92. 2. (nt.) a respectful oblation Ja.v.324 = Ja.vi.516; Dpvs.vi.65;…

ajjhatta →

pts

-rata with inward joy DN.ii.107; SN.v.263 = Dhp.362 = Ud.64 (+ samāhita); Thag.981; AN.iv.312; Dhp-a.iv.90 (=…

akkhāna →

pts

…DN.i.6 (= DN-a.i.84: Bhārata-Rāmāyanādi); DN.iii.183; MN.i.503; MN.iii.167; Sdhp.237
■ preaching, teaching Mnd.91 (dhamm˚;). The…

anabhirata →

pts

adjective not taking delight in Ja.i.61 (naccâdisu).

an + abhirata

anubbata →

pts

adjective subject to the will of another, obedient, faithful, devoted Ja.iii.521 Ja.vi.557.

Vedic anuvrata, anu + vata

anādaratā →

pts

want of consideration, in expln. of dovacassatā at Dhs.1325 = Vb.359 = Pp.30 (where reading is anādariyatā).

abstr. fr. anādara

anāvaṭa →

pts

˚- not shut; in -dvāratā (f.) not closing the door againṡt another, accessibility, openhand edness DN.iii.191.

an + āvaṭa

apakiritūna →

pts

at Thig.447 T (reading of C. is abhi˚) is explained Thag-a.271 to mean apakiritvā chaḍḍetvā throwing away, slighting, offending. The correct etym = Sk. avakirati (ava + kṛ2 to strew, ca …

appa →

pts

adjective small, little, insignificant, often in the sense of “very little = (next to) nothing” (so in most compounds); thus expld. at Vv-a.334 as equivalent to a negative part. (see *[a …

appamāda →

pts

…paṇḍitā), Iti.74 (˚vihārin); Dhp.57 (˚vihārin, cp. Dhp-a.i.434); Dhp.327 (˚rata = satiyā avippavāse abhirata Dhp-a.iv.26); Dāvs…

asi →

pts

…xii.24 sq.; Mhbhārata xii.321; Manu iv.90; xii. 75; Scherman, Visionsliteratur pp. 23 sq.) Ja.vi.250 (˚niraya); Pv-a.221 (˚vana);…

assatara →

pts

mule Dhp.322; Dhp-a.i.213; Dhp-a.iv.4 (= vaḷavāya gadrabhena jāta); Ja.iv.464 (kambojake assatare sudante; imported from cambodia); Ja.vi.342
■ f. assatarī a she-mule Vin.ii.188; SN.i.154; SN.i …

asāhasa →

pts

…DN.iii.147 (asāhase rata fond of peace); acc as adv. asāhasaṃ without violence, not arbitrarily Ja.iii.319 instr. asāhasena id….

atimukhara →

pts

adjective very talkative, a chatterbox Ja.i.418; Dhp-a.ii.70. atimukharatā (f. abstr.) ibid.

ati + mukhara

ava →

pts

…˚khipati, ˚maddati, ˚rata, ˚lambati, ˚lekheti, ˚lepana ˚siñcati 3. The contrary of ava is ut (cp. above ii.2) Among the freq….

ayaṃ →

pts

…vittaṃ… idam pi Buddhe ratanaṃ “whatever… that” Snp.224; ime divase these days (just gone) Ja.ii.416; cp. also Vin.i.84; Snp.429;…

aḍḍha →

pts

…SN.ii.222 (˚ratana); Ja.vi.354 (˚pāda quadruped; variant reading for aṭṭhaḍḍha)

aṭṭha →

pts

…a.); Mil.282 (maṇiratanaṃ subhaṃ jātimantaṃ a.) of the pillars of a heavenly palace (Vimāna) Ja.vi.127 = Ja.vi.173 = Vv.78#2 (a….

bahūta →

pts

…abundant, much Thig.406 (˚ratana, so read for bahuta˚), Thig.435 (for bahutadhana); Ja.iii.425 (bahūtam ajjaṃ “plenty of food”; ajja =…

bharatā →

pts

only in cpd. dub˚; difficulty to support, state of being hard to maintain, synonymous with kosajja at AN.iv.280, and kuhanā at AN.v.159, AN.v.161-opp. *subh …

bhā →

pts

…& C. explains.: “bhā ti ratanass’ etaṃ nāmaṃ.” The variant reading for bhaññaṃ is bhuñjaṃ; the passage may be corrupt from…

bhāra →

pts

…= pregnant)
bhāratara (adj. compar.) forming a heavier load Mil.155
■ Cp. ati˚; sam˚. 2. a load, cartload (as measure of…

bhārataka →

pts

…petty descendants of Bhārata“ or: load-carrier, porter (?) SN.iv.117 (indignantly applied to apprentices and other low class young men who…

bhāsā →

pts

speech, language, esp. vernacular, dialect Ja.iv.279 (manussa˚ human speech), Ja.iv.392 (caṇḍāla˚); Kp-a.101 (saka-saka˚-anurūpa); Snp-a.397 (Milakkha˚); DN-a.i.176 (Kirātā-Yavanâdi-Millakkhāna …

bhātar →

pts

…On pop. etym. see bhaginī.

cp. Vedic bhrātar = Av. bratar, Gr. φράτωρ, Lat. frater, Goth. brōpar = Ohg….

bodhi →

pts

Bodhi1

feminine (supreme knowledge, enlightenment, the knowledge possessed by a Buddha (see also sambodhi & sammā-sambodhi) MN.i.356; MN.ii.95 = DN.iii.237 (saddho h …

bojjhaṅga →

pts

factor or constituent of knowledge or wisdom. There are 7 bojjhangas usually referred to or understood from the context. There are enumerated at several places, e.g. at DN.iii.106, where they are ment …

bālaka →

pts

…young girl Thag-a.54 (Tha-ap.1). 2. fool Dhs-a.51 (˚rata fond of fools).

fr. bāla

cakka →

pts

…pair of wheels Vv.83#2; -ratana the treasure of the wheel that is of the sun (cp. Rh. D. Buddh. Suttas p. 252 Dialogues

catura →

pts

clever, skilled, shrewd Ja.iii.266; Ja.vi.25
■ Der. f. abstr. caturatā cleverness Vb.351 (= cāturiya).

Deriv. uncertain. Perhaps from tvar to move, that is quickly. Sk. catura

cira →

pts

… ■ cirataraṃ (compar.) for a (comparatively) long time, rather long AN.iii.58; Pv.ii.8#7….

dassanīya →

pts

adjective fair to behold, beautiful good-looking (= dassituṃ yutta DN-a.i.141), often in formula abhirūpa d. pāsādika paramāya vaṇṇapokkharatāya samannāgəta to express matchless physical beauty: D …

daḷiddatā →

pts

poverty Vv-a.63.

Sk. daridratā

dhamma →

pts

…guarded Snp.288;

  • -rata fond of the Law Snp.327; Dhp.364; Dhp-a.iv.95; cp. dh- [gatā]rati Thag.742; Dhp.354; *…

dhura →

pts

  1. a yoke, a pole, the shaft of a carriage Ja.i.192 (purima-sakaṭa˚) Ja.i.196; Cp.ii.8, Cp.ii.4.
  2. (fig.) a burden, load, charge, office, responsibility Snp.256 (vahanto porisaṃ dh ˚ṃ “carrying a hu …

dhuratā →

pts

in cpd. anikkhitta-dh. “a state of unflinching endurance” Cnd.394, Cnd.405 = Dhs.13 etc. = Vb.350, Vb.370 (+ dhura-sampaggāha); opp nikkhitta-dh. weakness of character, lack of endurance (= pamā …

dussa →

pts

…Dhp-a.iv.11;

  • -ratana “a pearl of a garment,” a fine garment Mil.262.
  • -vaṭṭi

dvāra →

pts

  1. lit. an outer door, a gate, entrance Vin.i.15; SN.i.58 SN.i.138, SN.i.211; Ja.i.346; Ja.ii.63; Ja.vi.330; Vb.71 sq.; Pv-a.4, Pv-a.67 (village gate), Pv-a.79; Sdhp.54, Sdhp.356
    ■ That d. can …

dāna →

pts

…Vism.306; frequently with ˚rata fond of giving alms SN.v.351 SN.v.392 AN.iv.6 (vigatamalamaccherena cetasā), AN.iv.266 (identical)

  • -salā a…

gahapati →

pts

…treasure-finder (see ratana) DN.ii.16, DN.ii.176; Snp.p.106. Cp. Rh.D. Dialogues etc. ii.206.

gaha + pati. Vedic…

gambhīratā →

pts

depth Dhp-a.i.92.

abstr. fr. prec.

giddha →

pts

…(sukhe); Pv-a.3 (+ rata (= gadhita), Pv-a.271 (āhāre = hungry; cp. giddhin). In series with similar terms of desire; giddha gathita (or…

go →

pts

…ranks as one of the 7 desiderata for one intent on meditation

  1. (adj.) (-˚) feeding on or in, living in; metaph. dealing with, mixing with….

gutta →

pts

  1. as pp. guarded, protected
    1. lit nagaraṃ guttaṃ a well-guarded city Dhp.315 = Thag.653 Thag.1005; Devinda˚ protected by the Lord of gods Vv.30#8-
    2. fig. (med.) guarded, watchful, constrain …

indriya →

pts

A. On term

Indriya is one of the most comprehensive & important categories of Buddhist psychological philosophy & ethics meaning “controlling principle, directive force, élan, δύναμις” in t …

ittaratā →

pts

changeableness Mil.93 (of a woman).

fr. ittara

jaratā →

pts

old age Dhs.644≈ (rūpassa j. decay of form); Vism.449.

see jarati

jhāna →

pts

…(cp. Dhp-a.iii.226);

  • -rata fond of meditation SN.i.53, SN.i.122; SN.iv.117; Iti.40; Snp.212, Snp.503, Snp.1009; Vv.50#15…

jiṇṇatā →

pts

decrepitude DN-a.i.283 (jarā˚).

cp. jiṇṇa, jaratā & jīraṇatā

jāgaratā →

pts

watchfulness, vigilance SN.i.3.

cp. Sk. jāgaraṇa

kakkaratā →

pts

roughness, harshness, deceitfulness, Pp.19, Pp.23.

kalaha →

pts

…a row Ja.iv.88.

-ābhirata delighting in quarrels, quarrelsome Snp.276 Thag.958. -ṅkara picking up a quarrel Ja.vi.45…

kambala →

pts

Vin. Texts ii.154);

  • -ratana a precious rug of wool Ja.iv.138; Mil.17 (16 ft. long 18 ft. wide); *…

kamma →

pts

…Mil.334; -rata delighting in business DN.ii.78; Iti.71; -vatthu objects, items of an act Vin.v.116;…

kappana →

pts

…danta˚ Ja.i.321. 3. (adj.) (-˚) trimmed arranged with: nānāratana˚ Vv-a.35.

fr. kappeti, cp. Sk. kalpana

kaya →

pts

…selling, trade in ˚paṭivirata DN.i.5 = AN.ii.209 = AN.v.205 Pp.58; DN.i.64; SN.v.473; Snp.929; Ja.v.243; Khus.114; Dhp-a.i.78; Pv-a.29 (=…

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

…(pl.) the elements or substrata of sensory existence, sensorial aggregates which condition the appearance of life in any form. Their character…

khujja →

pts

adjective

  1. humpbacked Ja.v.426 (+ piṭhasappī); DN-a.i.148 (in combination with vāmana kirāta); f. Dhp-a.i.194, Dhp-a.i.226.
  2. small, inferior, in kh˚-rājā a smaller, subordinate king Sdhp.453 …

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 …

kolaputti →

pts

at AN.i.38 is composition form of kulaputta, and is to be combined with the foll
■ vaṇṇa-pokkharatā i.e. light colour as becoming a man of good family. Kern

Toevoegselen

kubbara →

pts

the pole of a carriage AN.iv.191, AN.iv.193; Vv-a.269, Vv-a.271, Vv-a.275. ratha˚ SN.i.109, Vv.64#2 (= vedikā Vv-a) Der. (vividha-) kubbaratā Vv-a.276.

kāma →

pts

…SN.v.59; Dhs-a.166; -rata delighting in pleasures Ja.v.255; -rati amorous enjoyment (as arati Thig.58 and…

kūṭa →

pts

…Pv.iii.2#21; Vv.8#2 (= ratanamayakaṇṇikāya bandhaketuvanto Vv-a.50); Vv-a.6 (upari˚, with upper storey) variant reading…

laguḷa →

pts

…s. v. lacertus Cp. P. bhuja1 & ratana

laṅghamayā →

pts

…reads laṅghimayā (“like deer; jumping”?) & explains by nānā-ratana-mayā “made of var. jewels,” rather strange.

ludda →

pts

…= luddaka); Ja.iii.432 (Bharata by name) Pp.56 (māgavika, sākuṇika, l., macchaghātaka etc. explained by dāruṇa kakkhaḷa at Pp-a.233);…

madhuratā →

pts

sweetness Ja.i.68.

abstr. fr. madhura

manta →

pts

…tato ākāsato satta-ratana-vassaṃ vassati) Others are: paṭhavī-jaya m. (by means of which one conquers the earth) Ja.ii.243;…

maṇi →

pts

-ratana a precious stone or mineral, which is a gem (jewel); i.e. maṇi as a kind of ratana, of which there are seven…

mukharatā →

pts

talkativeness, garrulousness, noisiness Dhp-a.ii.70.

fr. mukhara

mālin →

pts

…Vv.36#2 (nānā-ratana˚); Mhvs.18, Mhvs.30 (vividhadhaja˚ mahābodhi). 2. (perhaps to māla) bearing a stain of, muddy, in…

mānasa →

pts

…Mhvs.5, Mhvs.239; rata˚; Pv-a.19; sañcodita˚ urged (in her heart) Pv-a.68; soka-santatta˚ with a heart burning with grief…

nalāṭa →

pts

the forehead SN.i.118; Ja.iii.393; Ja.iv.417 (nalāṭena maccuṃ ādāya: by his forelock); Vism.185; Dhp-a.i.253.

  • -anta the side of the forehead Ja.vi.331;
  • *-[maṇḍala](/define/ma …

navaka →

pts

…a younger one, or the youngest (opp. theratara) DN.ii.154; Ja.i.218; Mil.24.

Sk. navaka

nekkhamma →

pts

…AN.iii.376;

  • -ābhirata fond of renunciation AN.iv.224 AN.v.175; Pts.ii.173;
  • -dhātu the sphere or element of…

nibbāna →

pts

…padīpo).

  • -abhirata fond of N. (cp. III. 3) SN.i.38; AN.iii.435; Snp.86 (visalla +); *…

niddā →

pts

…Iti.72 (+ kammarāma, bhassarata);

  • -ārāmatā fondness of sleep laziness, sluggishness AN.iii.116, AN.iii.293 sq.,…

nikkhitta →

pts

…of, rid of DN.ii.14 (maṇi-ratanaṃ vatthe n. set into); Iti.13 (sagge: put into heaven) Ja.i.53, Ja.i.266; Pv.iii.6#8; Mil.343 (agga˚; put…

nirata →

pts

adjective fond of, attached to (-˚) SN.i.133; DN-a.i.250; Pv-a.5 (duccarita˚), Pv-a.89, Pv-a.161 (hitakaraṇa˚).

pp. of niramati

nirātaṅka →

pts

adjective healthy Mil.251 (of paddy).

nis + ātanka

okiraṇa →

pts

casting out (see the later avakirati2), only as adj
■ f. okirinī (okilinī through dialect. variation a cast-out woman (cast-out on acct of some cutaneous disease), in double comb

oramati →

pts

…of ava + ramati (cp. avarata 2), i.e. let us desist, let us give up, (i.e. we shall not get through to the other side);…

orata →

pts

…from, restraining oneself Vv-a.72 (= virato; cp. uparata).

o + rata, pp. of ramati

pahūta →

pts

…(C. reading for T. bahuta-ratana).

panta →

pts

…Vism.73 (panta-senāsane rata) Snp-a.263 (variant reading pattha).

  • -sena (adj.) one who has his resting place far away…

papañca →

pts

  1. obstacle, impediment, a burden which causes delay hindrance, delay Dhp-a.i.18; Dhp-a.ii.91 (kathā˚). ˚ṃ karoti to delay, to tarry Ja.iv.145; ˚ṃ akatvā without delay Ja.i.260; Ja.vi.392
    ■ ati …

parada →

pts

…of d in parada˚; thus = parata yutta?] “fond of being prepared,” adapted, apt, active alert; only in one stock phrase (which points to this…

parikamma →

pts

…(dāru), Mil.282 (maṇiratana); Vv-a.188. In special sense used with ref. to jhāna, as kasiṇa˚; processes whereby jhāna is introduced,…

parikappa →

pts

  1. preparation, intention, stratagem Thag.940.
  2. assumption, supposition, surmise AN.i.197; AN.v.271; Dhs-a.308.

fr. pari + kalp

pariṇāyaka →

pts

…one of the 7 treasures (ratanāni) of a great king or Cakkavattin (according to Bdhgh on DN.ii.177 the eldest son; in the Lal. Vist. a general…

pavāla →

pts

…Snp-a.117; Vv-a.112 (˚ratana). 2. a sprout, young branch, shoot Ja.iii.389, Ja.iii.395 (kāḷa-valli˚); Ja.v.207; Ne.14 (˚ankura);…

pavāḷa →

pts

…Snp-a.117; Vv-a.112 (˚ratana). 2. a sprout, young branch, shoot Ja.iii.389, Ja.iii.395 (kāḷa-valli˚); Ja.v.207; Ne.14 (˚ankura);…

paññā →

pts

…pp. 517 sq. (˚niddesa)

  • -ratana the gem of reason or knowledge Dhs.16 Dhs.20 etc
  • -vimutta freed by reason DN.ii.70 DN.iii.105 DN.iii.254…

paṭhama →

pts

…Ja.vi.510; Dhp-a.i.138; Vv-a.230; Pv-a.93.

Ved. prathama, cp. Av. fratəma; also Ved. prataraṃ further, Gr. πρότερος superl….

paṭi →

pts

…˚vinodeti (drive out), ˚virata, ˚saṃharati, ˚sallīna, ˚sutta, ˚sumbhita

II. (applied, in reflexive sense):

  1. to, on to, up to,…

paṭisallāna →

pts

…or seclusion (see ˚rata) AN.iii.261 sq.; Iti.39; Cnd.433.

  • -sāruppa very suitable for seclusion…

paṭivirata →

pts

adjective abstaining from, shrinking from (with abl.) DN.i.5; MN.iii.23; SN.v.468; Iti.63; Pp.39 Pp.58; DN-a.i.70; Pv-a.28, Pv-a.260
app˚; not abstaining from Vin.ii.296; SN.v.468; Iti.64.

p …

paṭivirati →

pts

abstinence from Dhs.299; MN.iii.74; Pv-a.206.

fr. paṭivirata

pokkharatā →

pts

splendidness “flower-likeness,” only in cpd. vaṇṇa-pokkharatā beauty of complexion DN.i.114; Vin.i.268; SN.i.95 SN.ii.279; AN.i.38, AN.i.86; AN.ii.203; AN.iii.90; DN-a.i.282; Kp-a.179; Vv-a.14; …

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 …

purekkhāratā →

pts

deference to (-˚) Dhp-a.iv.181 (attha˚).

abstr. fr. purekkhāra

purātana →

pts

adjective belonging to the past, former, old Ne-a.194.

fr. purā, cp. sanātana in formation

pākatika →

pts

…Ja.v.274; Mil.218 (maṇiratana); Dhp-a.i.20; Vv-a.288; Pv-a.66 (where id. p Ja.iii.167 reads paṭipākatika), Pv-a.206; *pākatikaṃ…

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 …

pūreti →

pts

…Dhp-a.ii.82 (sakaṭāni ratanehi); Dhp-a.iv.200 (pattaṃ); Pv-a.100 (bhaṇḍassa), Pv-a.145 (suvaṇṇassa). 2. to fulfil…

ramati →

pts

…& ramanīya;* (q.v.)
pp rata
caus 1 rameti to give pleasure to, to please, to fondle Thag.13; Ja.v.204;…

ramita →

pts

…oneself with (loc. or saha) Snp.709 (vanante r. siyā); Dhp.305 (id. = abhirata Dhp-a.iii.472) Pv.ii.12#21 (’mhi tayā saha).

pp. of rameti

ratana →

pts

…On ratana in similes see J.P.T.S. 1909, 127. 2. (fig.) treasure, gem of (-˚) Snp.836 (etādisaṃ…

ratanaka →

pts

…in phrase aniggata-ratanake “When the treasure has not gone out” Vin.iv.160, where the chief queen is meant with…

ratani →

pts

cubit Mil.85 (aṭṭha rataniyo).

Sk. aratni “elbow” with apocope and diaeresis; given at Halāyudha 2, 381 as “a cubit, or measure from the…

ratanika →

pts

adjective a ratana in length Ja.i.7 (aḍḍha˚); Mil.312 (aṭṭha˚).

fr. ratana

ratha →

pts

Ratha1

a two-wheeled carriage, chariot (for riding driving or fighting SN.i.33 (ethically); AN.iv.191 (horse cart; diff. parts of a ratha); MN.i.396; Snp.300, Snp.654 Vism.593 (in its com …

ratta →

pts

…with the choice of either = ratana-ññu i.e. knowing the gem of Nibbāna, or = bahu-ratti-vidū i.e. knowing many nights); Thag-a.141. A f….

raṭati →

pts

to yell, cry; shout (at), scold, revile: not found in the texts.

raṭ; Dhtp.86: “paribhāsane”

rājan →

pts

…the appearance of the cakka-ratana)
■ Without muddhāvasitta: rājāno khattiyā Dhp.294 = Ne.165. Cp…

rājā →

pts

…the appearance of the cakka-ratana)
■ Without muddhāvasitta: rājāno khattiyā Dhp.294 = Ne.165. Cp…

rūpa →

pts

…quality) of the substrata of sensory individual existence or the khandhas They are the 5: rūpa-kkhandha, vedanā˚ saññā˚,…

sahita →

pts

… > Toevoegselen

ii.51 takes it as a corrupted Sk. śaṃsita\-vrata.

pp. of saṃ + dhā, cp. Sk. sahita = saṃhita

samagga →

pts

…samagganandin, samaggarata, and samaggārāma, rejoicing in peace, delighting in peace impassioned for peace DN.i.4 = AN.ii.209 = Pp.57;…

samādhi →

pts

  1. concentration; a concentrated, self-collected, intent state of mind and meditation which, concomitant with right living, is a necessary condition to the attainment of higher wisdom and emancipatio …

sanantana →

pts

adjective primeval, of old; for ever, eternal DN.ii.240, DN.ii.244; SN.i.189 (cp. K.S. i.321: porāṇaka santānaṃ vā paṇḍitānaṃ dhamma); Dhp-a.i.51.

for sanātana (cp. purātana); Idg. *seno = Gr. ε …

sannirata →

pts

adjective being (quite) happy together Ja.v.405. Sannirumbhati (rundhati)

saṃ + nirata

sarabhū →

pts

lizard Vin.ii.110; AN.ii.73; Ja.ii.135, Ja.ii.147; Snp-a.439.

cp. Sk. saraṭa

sateratā →

pts

lightning Ja.v.14, Ja.v.203. Also as sateritā Vv.33#3; Vv.64#4; Vv-a.161 (= vijjulatā), Vv-a.277. As saderitā at Thag.260.

cp. Sk. śatahradā, śata + hrada

satta →

pts

…in extent Ja.v.484.

  • -ratana the 7 royal treasures DN.i.88; Iti.15; Ja.v.484.
  • -ratta a week Ja.vi.230…

saññā →

pts

…sabbaloke anabhirata-, anicca-, anicce dukkha-, dukkhe anatta-pahāna-, virāga-, nirodha-saññā AN.v.105; the one

saṅgaṇikā →

pts

-rata fond of society DN.ii.78; Snp.54; cp. sangaṇike rata Thag.84

siṅgāra →

pts

erotic sentiment; siṅgāratā (f.) fondness of decorations Ja.i.184; an elegant dress, finery Mil.2; (adj.) elegant, graceful (thus read) Ja.ii.99 singāra-bhāva being elegant or graceful (said of a h …

soracca →

pts

soracciya (nt.) the same Ja.iii.453.

fr. sorata

sorata →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.56.

= su + rata, with so˚ for sū˚, which latter is customary for su˚ before r (cp. dūr˚ for dur˚). See du1 2 and…

surata →

pts

…as “dussīlya.” Cp. sūrata.

su + rata

sīla →

pts

…functions as one of the 7 ratanas (the 5 as given under sampadā up to vimuttiñāṇadassana; plus paṭisambhidā and bojjhanga)
■…

sūrata →

pts

soft, mild Ja.vi.286; Mhbv.75; kindly disposed SN.iv.305. Cp. surata & sorata.

= surata

taya →

pts

…Norm. & the Community) see ratana e.g. Pv-a.1, Pv-a.49, Pv-a.141
piṭaka-ttaya the triad of the Piṭakas…

taṇhā →

pts

…Nibbāna (see above B2c): ˚rata Dhp.187 (explained at Dhp-a.iii.241: arahatte c’ eva nibbāne ca abhirato hoti); Vv.73#5 (explained by…

thera →

pts

…in the Khuddaka-Nikāya. Theratara very senior, oppd to navatara, novice DN.ii.154

  • -vāda the doctrine of the…

thiratā →

pts

steadfastness, stability Dhp-a.iv.176 (thiratāya thavarā; so read for ṭhira˚).

fr. thira

ucchepaka →

pts

leavings of food MN.ii.7 (variant reading uccepaka with cc for cch as ucciṭṭha: ucchiṭṭha). The passage is to be read ucchepake va te ratā. A diff. connotation would be implied by taking ucchepaka = u …

uddissa →

pts

…(= ārabbha), Pv-a.49 (ratanattayaṃ), Pv-a.70 (maṃ), Pv-a.146.

  • -kata allotted to, specified as, meant for (cp….

udumbara →

pts

…fig tree, Ficus Glomerata DN.ii.4; Vin.iv.35; AN.iv.283 (˚khādika), AN.iv.283 (id.), AN.iv.324 (id.); Snp.5; Dhp-a.i.284; Snp-a.19;…

uparata →

pts

…orata) Vin.i.245 (ratt-ûparata abstaining from food at night = ratti-bhojanato uparata DN-a.i.77); DN.i.5 (id.); MN.i.319 (bhaya˚); Snp.914…

upādāya →

pts

adverb

  1. (as prep. with acc.) lit. “taking it up” (as such & such), i.e.
    1. out of, as, for; in phrase anukampaṃ upādāya out of pity or mercy DN.i.204; Pv-a.61, Pv-a.141, Pv-a.164
    2. compar …

upāsaka →

pts

…(˚caṇḍāla, ˚ratana); AN.iv.220 sq. (kittāvatā hoti); Snp.376 Snp.384; Ja.i.83; Pv.i.10#4; Vb.248 (˚sikkhā); DN-a.i.234;…

upāya →

pts

…way, means, expedient, stratagem SN.iii.53 sq., SN.iii.58; DN.iii.220 (˚kosalla) Snp.321 (˚ññū); Ja.i.256; Cnd.570 (for upaya); Pv-a.20…

uḷāratā →

pts

Err:508

vagga →

pts

…incomplete chapter of bhikkhus Vin.i.315 sq. (opp. sam agga-kamma)
■ rata
= ˚ārāma.

vi + agga, Sk. vyagra; opposed to samagga

vajuḷa →

pts

…several plants, a tree (the ratan: Halāyudha 2 46) Ja.v.420. See also vaṅgati.

cp. Sk. vañjula. Given as vañjula at…

vara →

pts

…vuttaṃ Vv-a.82); ratana˚; the best of gems Snp.683; rāja˚; famous king Vv.32#1 (= Sakka Vv-a.134); or inserted between noun and…

varaṇa →

pts

the tree Crataeva roxburghii Ja.i.222, Ja.i.317 (-rukkha), Ja.i.319 = Dhp-a.iii.409 (˚kaṭṭhabhañja); Ja.vi.535.

cp. Sk. varaṇa rampart,…

vata →

pts

…taking up a (good) practice, observance of a vow Ja.i.157.

cp. Vedic vrata vow. fr. vṛt, meaning later “milk” (see…

vaṇṇa →

pts

appearance etc (lit. “cover, coating”). There is a considerable fluctuation of meaning, especially between meanings 2, 3, 4. One may group as follows.

  1. colour Snp.447 (meda˚); SN.v.216 (chavi˚ of t …

vaṭaṃsa →

pts

…Vv.38#5 (explained as “ratanamayā kaṇṇikā” (pl.) at Vv-a.174); Ja.vi.488; Vv-a.178 Vv-a.189, Vv-a.209
Note. The root…

vetasa →

pts

the ratan reed, Calamus rotang Ja.v.167; Snp-a.451.

Vedic vetasa

veḷuriya →

pts

…lapis lazuli, vajira diamend. See also under ratana1.

cp. dial. Sk. vaiḍūrya

vi →

pts

…˚raja fault*-less*, ˚rata *abs-*taining ˚rūpa *un-*sightly, ˚vaṭa unveiled, ˚vaṇṇeti defame ˚vāda dis-pute, ˚sama uneven,…

vidatthi →

pts

…Dhp-a.iv.220; Vb-a.343 (dvādas’ angulāni vidatthi; dve vidatthiyo ratanaṃ, etc.).

cp. Vedic vitasti; see Geiger,

Pali Grammar

vimāna →

pts

…in the Mbhārata and elsewhere in Epic Sk.

Vimāna2

disrespect, contempt Snp.887 (˚dassin showing contempt).

vi +…

virata →

pts

abstaining from (abl.) Snp.59, Snp.531, Snp.704, Snp.900, Snp.1070; Mnd.314; Cnd.591; Vv-a.72; Sdhp.338.

pp. of viramati

vitthāratā →

pts

explicitness, detail Ne.2. As vitthāraṇā at Ne.9.

fr. vitthāra

vossagga →

pts

…SN.v.63 sq., SN.v.351 (˚rata fond of giving) AN.ii.66 (identical); AN.iii.53 (identical); Pts.i.109 Pts.ii.24, Pts.ii.117 Ja.vi.213 (kamma˚);…

vīsati →

pts

…(˚yojana-sata); Ja.v.36 (˚ratana-sata); Dhp-a.i.8 Dhp-a.ii.91 (˚yojana-sataṃ).

both for Vedic viṃśati; cp. Av. vīsaiti, Gr. ει…

vīsaṃ →

pts

…(˚yojana-sata); Ja.v.36 (˚ratana-sata); Dhp-a.i.8 Dhp-a.ii.91 (˚yojana-sataṃ).

both for Vedic viṃśati; cp. Av. vīsaiti, Gr. ει…

yathā →

pts

…etesan ti yatodhikāni uparata-koṭṭhāsāni“); Ja.iv.487 (with better Commentary explanation: “yena yena odhinā thitāni tena tena…

yaṭṭhi →

pts

…a measure of length (= 7 ratanas) Vb-a.343.

  • -koṭi the end of the stick or staff Dhp-a.i.15. *…

yāca →

pts

…payata-pāṇī vossaggarata yāca-yoga dāna-saṃvibhāga-rata to denote great love of liberality, e.g. at AN.i.226; AN.ii.66; AN.iii.313….

ācārin →

pts

adjective noun of good conduct, one who behaves well AN.i.211 (anācārī viratā l. 4 fr. bottom is better read as ācārī virato, in accordance with variant reading).

fr. ācāra

ādaratā →

pts

Err:501

ākara →

pts

mine, usually in cpd. ratan-ākara a mine of jewels Thag.1049; Ja.ii.414; Ja.vi.459; Dpvs.i.18
■ Cp. also Mil.356; Vv-a.13.

cp. Sk. ākara

ārakā →

pts

adverb far off, far from, away from, also used as prep. c abl. and as adj. pl. keeping away from, removed, far Vin.ii.239 = AN.iv.202 (sanghamhā); DN.i.99, DN.i.102 (adj.) DN.i.167; MN.i.280 (adj.) SN …

ārata →

pts

leaving off, keeping away from, abstaining Ja.iv.372 (= virata); Cnd.591 (+ virata paṭivirata).

Sk. ārata, pp. of ā + ram, cp. ārati

ārāma →

pts

…combd. with rata, e.g. dhammārāma dhammarata finding delight in the Dh.) SN.i.235 SN.iv.389 sq. (bhav˚, upādān˚); AN.i.35,…

āsiṃsaniya →

pts

adjective to be wished for, desirable Mil.2 (˚ratana).

grd. of āsiṃsati

āvaṭa →

pts

covered, veiled, shut off against, prohibited DN.i.97, DN.i.246; MN.i.381 (˚dvāra); Ja.vi.267. -anāvaṭa uncovered, unveiled, exposed, open DN.i.137 (˚dvāra); DN.iii.191 (˚dvāratā …

āveḷin →

pts

…id. p. Vv.48#2 āveline) Vv.32#3 ; Vv-a.125 (on Vv.30#2 explains as ratana-maya-pupph’ āveḷavatī).

fr. āveḷā

āyāma →

pts

…Ja.iii.389; Mil.17 (ratanaṃ soḷasahatthaṃ āyāmena aṭṭhahatthaṃ vitthārena), Mil.282 (ratanaṃ catuhatth’āyāmaṃ);…