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su, 7485 találat.

su →

pts

… ■ Denom susumāyati (q.v.).

onomat.

Su-2

indeclinable a particle, combined with adj., nouns, and certain verb…

sū →

pts

indeclinable an onomat. part. “shoo,” applied to hissing sounds: see su1. Also doubled: sū sū Dhp-a.i.171 Dhp-a.iii.352. Cp. sūkara & sūsūyati.

abbuda →

dppn

A period of suffering in Avīci, the time taken to remove twenty cartloads of tila-seeds, taking one seed at the end of each century. Snp.p.126…

abhaya →

dppn

…Thag.98

Abhaya2Abhayarājakumāra

The son of King Bimbisāra and of Padumavatī, the belle of Ujjeni. When the boy was…

abhibhū →

dppn

…of the Tathāgata.

Abhibhū2

A class of devas belonging to the formless plane. MN.i.1 They live in the same plane as the Vehapphalā….

abhibhūta →

dppn

…to Abhibhū, chief disciple of Sikhī Buddha. In the Mahāparinibbāna Sutta DN.ii.121 the second and third verses are ascribed to the…

accutadevā →

dppn

A class of devas mentioned among those assembled on the occasion of the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

acelakassapa →

dppn

…are different.

Acelakassapa2AcelaKassapa

An old family friend of Cittagapahati. Having been for thirty years a paribbājaka, he…

aciravata →

dppn

…repeats this conversation to the Buddha who thereupon preaches the Dantabhūmi Sutta. MN.iii.128ff.

The novice is throughout addressed as…

aciravatī →

dppn

…DN.i.235–236 The Tevijjā Sutta was preached here, and the Aciravatī is used in a simile to prove the futility of sacrifices and prayers: it is…

addhariyā →

dppn

…evidently Adhvaryu…

aggikabhāradvāja →

dppn

…brahmin of Rājagaha, a fire-tender. He prepares a meal for sacrifice, and when the…

aggivessana →

dppn

…MN.i.229f. MN.i.237f. and also Dīghanakha Paribbājaka. MN.i.497f.

In the Dantabhūmi Sutta MN.iii.128f. the novice Aciravata is…

aggāḷave cetiye →

dppn

…Chabbaggiyā are censured here for a nissaggiya offence. Vin.iii.224 The Vaṅgīsa Sutta was preached there to Vaṅgīsa, on the…

ahaha →

dppn

…purgatories mentioned in the Sutta-Nipāta list. Snp.p.126 It is the name given to a period of suffering in Avīci and is equivalent in duration to…

ahiṃsakabhāradvāja →

dppn

…at Sāvatthī and the Buddha suggested to him the desirability of living up to his name by practising ahiṃsā. It is said that later he became an…

ahogaṅgā →

dppn

…arahants to discuss what measures should be taken against the Vesālī monks was also held there, and at the meeting were present monks from the…

ajapālanigrodha →

dppn

…DN.ii.267

The Brahmā Sutta SN.v.167 and the Magga Sutta, SN.v.185 both on the four satipaṭṭhāna, and another Brahmā Sutta SN.v.232f.

ajita →

dppn

…Theras. Vin.ii.305

Ajita2

A paribbājaka who visited the Buddha, and at whose instigation the Buddha preached to the Bhikkhus on…

ajitakesakambala →

dppn

…to the Sāmaññaphala Sutta, DN.i.55 where Ajātasattu describes a visit paid to Ajita, he taught the doctrine of “cutting off,” i.e….

ajitamāṇava →

dppn

…the Parāyana Vagga of the Sutta Nipāta. Snp.1221–1228

A verse attributed to Ajita-māṇava is found in the Theragāthā. Thag.20

The…

ajjuka →

dppn

…the estate of his lay-supporter, he was accused of partisanship by one of the parties concerned and was reported to Ānanda. The case went up…

ajātasattu →

dppn

…his son Viḍūḍabha usurped the throne, Pasenadi, finding himself deserted, went towards Rājagaha to seek Ajātasattu’s help, but on the…

akaniṭṭhā →

dppn

…who were born there as a result of the holy lives they had lived under various Buddhas.

In the Sakkapañha Sutta. DN.ii.286 Sakka speaks of them…

amalakīvana →

dppn

A grove in Cātumā where the Buddha preached the Kūṭadanta Sutta.

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ambalaṭṭhikā →

dppn

…park in the brahmin village Khāṇumata. The Buddha went there during one of his tours through…

ambapālivana →

dppn

…everything up. In this sutta appears also the story of the teacher Sunetta, who, even after becoming the Great Brahma, is yet subject to old…

ambapālī →

dppn

…invitation and had, as a result, to refuse that of the Licchavis of Vesāli.

While returning from her visit to the Buddha, Ambapālī was so…

ambasaṇḍā →

dppn

…where the Sakkapañha Sutta was preached. On the occasion of the preaching, as Sakka with his retinue came to visit the Buddha, the village…

ambaṭṭha →

dppn

…the Sākyans, and had been insulted there. DN.i.91

Asked by the Buddha to what family he belonged, Ambaṭṭha replied that he came of the…

andhakavinda →

dppn

…she should be allowed to supply milk-rice to the monks throughout her life. Vin.i.293

During the same visit of the Buddha, a newly converted…

andhavana →

dppn

…was nibbāna.

The Vammika Sutta MN.i.143ff. was the result of questions put by an anāgami Brahma, his erstwhile colleague, to…

anejakā →

dppn

A class of devas mentioned as having been present on the occasion of the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.160

anopamā →

dppn

Daughter of the Treasurer Majjha of Sāketa. She was so called (’Peerless“) because of her beauty. When she grew up, all sorts of eminent men…

anupiya →

dppn

…at Anupiya and it was then that he preached the Pātika Sutta. DN.iii.1ff.

???2town

anuruddha →

dppn

…away to seek more congenial surroundings, it was to Pācīnavaṃsadāya that he repaired, where were Anuruddha, Nandiya and Kimbila. The…

anāthapiṇḍika →

dppn

…Jetavanārāma. As a result of this and of his numerous other benefactions in the cause of the Sāsana, Anāthapiṇḍika came to be…

aparājita →

dppn

One of the Pacceka Buddhas mentioned in the Isigili Sutta. MN.iii.70

appamāṇasubhā →

dppn

A class of devas of the Rupaloka belonging to the plane of third jhāna.

Beings are born there who are possessed of faith, virtue, learning, munificence and wisdom. MN.iii.102

aputtaka →

dppn

…garments.

In the next Sutta of the same Nikāya SN.i.91–93 the Buddha is reported as revealing the banker’s past. In a former birth he…

aranemi →

dppn

…AN.iii.373 The others were Sunetta, Mūgapakkha, Kuddālaka, Hatthipāla and Jotipāla. In the Aṅguttara AN.iv.135f. a seventh name is added,…

arati →

dppn

…him. In the end the Buddha told them that he was beyond temptation by the pleasures of the senses and they went back to their father…

ariṭṭha →

dppn

…every detail.

Ariṭṭha2

An upāsaka mentioned in the Aṅguttara Nikāya AN.iii.451 in a list of householders and upāsakas who…

ariṭṭhakā →

dppn

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

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

asamā →

dppn

A class of devas, present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. They are mentioned together with the Yama twins. DN.ii.259

asibandhakaputta →

dppn

…to speed him heavenward. Surely the Buddha who is an arahant, etc., could make the whole world go to heaven thus if he chose. To this the Buddha…

asita →

dppn

…came. Snp.p.131–136

Asita2Devala

A sage (isi). His story is given in the Assalāyana Sutta. MN.ii.154ff. Once there were seven…

asokā →

dppn

…had been born, the Buddha says that she had been reborn spontaneously in the Suddhāvāsā, there to pass away, destined never to return. SN.v.358

assaji →

dppn

…and non-self.

Assaji2

One of the leaders of the Assaji-Punabbasukā, the other being Punabbasu. He was one of the Chabbaggiyā,…

assajipunabbasukā →

dppn

…word to the Assaji-Punabbasukas to prepare sleeping places for them. They sent answer that the Buddha was very welcome, but not Sāriputta and…

assaka →

dppn

…given in the Janavasabha Sutta. The capital of Assaka, was called Potana. DN.ii.235 The Assakas had settlements on the Godāvarī, and…

assalāyana →

dppn

…the brahmins to be the only superior class, the legitimate sons of Brahma.

The Buddha points out to him that such pretensions are baseless, and…

assapura →

dppn

…the kingdom of Aṅga. It was here that the Mahā Assapura and Cūḷa Assapura Suttas were preached by the Buddha. MN.i.271ff.

assatara →

dppn

A tribe of Nāgas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.259

assāroha →

dppn

…for the horse-trainer whose visit to the Buddha is recorded in the Assa Sutta. He is described as a gāmani (head man of a village)….

asura →

dppn

…is often referred to as Asurinda, several Asuras being credited with the role of leader, most commonly, however, Vepacitti SN.i.222…

asurindakabhāradvāja →

dppn

AsurindakabhāradvājaAsurindakaBhāradvāja

A brahmin, one of three brothers who had conversations with the Buddha and were converted. SN.i.163f.

atappādevā →

dppn

A class of devas whose company mortals long for.MN.i.289 MN.iii.103 They belong to the Suddhāvāsā. DN.ii.52 DN.iii.237

avanti →

dppn

…arahants obeyed the summons. Vin.ii.298–299

Even in the Buddha’s day there were rumours of the King of Avanti making preparations to…

avantiputta →

dppn

…who was staying in the Gundā Grove in Madhurā.

Their discussion is recorded in the Madhura Sutta. MN.ii.83–90

It is said that after…

avihā →

dppn

…of the rupa-worlds, the Suddhāvāsā.DN.ii.52 DN.iii.237 DN.iii.237 Anāgāmīs are born in Avihā and there attain arahantship. The Buddha…

avīci →

dppn

…the Cakkavatti-Sīhanāda Sutta of the Dīgha Nikāya, DN.iii.75 AN.i.159 but in this context there is no indication that the name refers to a…

ayujjhā →

dppn

…the other the Dārukkhandha Sutta, although the latter is said in some manuscripts to have taken place in Kosambī. SN.iv.179f. In both these…

añjanavana →

dppn

…were preached the Sāketa Sutta and the Jarā Sutta.

When Ānanda was staying there a nun of the Jaṭila persuasion visited him and questioned…

aññātakoṇḍañña →

dppn

…the Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta, Koṇḍañña won the Fruit of the First Path. As he was the first among humans to realise the Dhamma the…

aṅga →

dppn

…Sutta and the two Assapura Suttas. The Mahāgovinda Sutta seems to indicate that once, in the past, Dhataraṭṭha was king of Aṅga. But this,…

aṅgulimāla →

dppn

…an arahant. MN86

As a result of his deeds whole villages were deserted, and the king ordered a detachment of men to seize the bandit….

aṅguttarāpa →

dppn

…also was preached the Sela Sutta. Snp.102f. From Bhaddiya (in Aṅga) the Buddha went to Anguttārapa and thence to Āpaṇa….

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

…of Ṛg Veda 10.104 or else with Atri, author of Ṛg Veda 5.5.

Aṭṭhaka1

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

aṭṭhama →

dppn

Pacceka Buddha, one of the names given in a list of such. MN.iii.70

baka →

dppn

…at Ukkaṭṭha in the Subhagavana, he read the thoughts of Baka, who had conceived the idea that this world was permanent and free from decay…

baliharaṇa →

dppn

…where the Buddha is said to have stayed. AN.i.274 AN.v.79 The Kinti Sutta was preached there. MN.ii.238

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bandhumatī →

dppn

…city of birth of Vipassī Buddha. DN.i.7

5townBandhumatī2

Wife of King Bandhumā and mother of Vipassī Buddha….

belaṭṭhakaccāna →

dppn

…presented a pot of sugar to the monks. When the monks had shared as much of the sugar as they wished, much was left over, and the Buddha…

belaṭṭhasīsa →

dppn

…necessary therapeutic measures. Vin.i.202 Vin.i.295f.

At one time this Thera would lie in the forest where he kept a store of dried boiled…

beluva →

dppn

…in the Aṭṭhakanāgara Sutta. MN.i.349ff. AN.v.342ff.

Beluva was a small village, and when the Buddha was there the monks stayed in…

bhadda →

dppn

…entirely. DN.ii.92

Bhadda2

A monk whose Theragāthā verses tell how his parents with pride and compassion brought him to the Buddha…

bhaddavatikā →

dppn

…went to Ambatiṭṭha and subdued the Nāga, afterwards rejoining the Buddha at Bhaddavatikā. Vin.iv.108f.

The town is probably identical…

bhaddiya →

dppn

…SN.i.35 SN.i.60

Bhaddiya2Kāligodhāputta

Chief among monks of aristocratic birth. AN.i.23 He belonged to a family of the Sākyan…

bhaddā →

dppn

…Aṅga, Māgadha, Kāsi and Kosala, living on the people’s alms.

Bhaddā4Suriyavaccasā

Daughter of the Gandhabba Timbarū and…

bhaddāli →

dppn

…this action and preached to him the Bhaddāli Sutta.

bhaggavagotta →

dppn

…Sutta….

bhaggā →

dppn

…which case the Bhaggā were subject to Kosambī.

It was while sojourning in the Bhagga country that Moggallāna was attacked by Māra entering…

bhagu →

dppn

…AN.iii.224 AN.iv.61

Bhagu2

He was born in a Sākiyan family, and having left the world with his clansmen Anuruddha and Kimbila, he…

bhallika →

dppn

…by Bhallika when Māra tried to frighten him by assuming a hideous form.

bharata →

dppn

…and himself to declare their spiritual prowess to the Buddha. Thag.175–176

Bharata2

King of the Sovīras in the time of…

bharaṇḍukālāma →

dppn

…for the night, Mahānāma suggested that he should go to the hermitage of Bharaṇḍu. The Buddha acted on this suggestion and spent the night…

bhesakalāvana →

dppn

…the Buddhastayed, on Suṃsumāragiri. Nearby was the house in which lived Nakulapitā and Nakulamātā. AN.ii.61 AN.iii.295 SN.iii.1…

bhāradvāja →

dppn

…Thag.177–178

Bhāradvāja2

He was the eldest of a clan of Bhāradvājas living in Rājagaha and his wife was a Dhanañjāni…

bilaṅgika →

dppn

…for rage, sat on one side, sulking. The Buddha preached to him, and he was pleased and entered the Order, becoming an arahant in due course….

bimbisāra →

dppn

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

bodhi →

dppn

…in the Bodhirājakumāra Sutta.

Bodhi was the son of Udena, king of Kosambi, and his mother was the daughter of Candappajjota. Bodhi was…

bodhisatta →

dppn

…after having left home, in such contexts as “in the days before my Awakening, when I was only a Bodhisatta”. MN.i.17 MN.i.114 MN.i.163…

brahmadatta →

dppn

…Vin.i.342ff.

Brahmadatta2

King of the Assakas and friend of Reṇu. When Mahāgovinda divided Jambudīpa into seven equal portions…

brahmāli →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how even the gods envy one such as he, with senses tamed. Thag.205–206

brahmāyu →

dppn

…and told him of the result of his investigations. Brahmāyu folded his palms reverently and uttered the praises of the Buddha. Soon after,…

buddha →

dppn

…Awakened one, the founder and teacher of the Buddha-dhamma. His personal name was Siddhattha…

bāhiya →

dppn

…AN.i.24 Ud.i.10

Bāhiya2

A monk. He is said to have, come to the Buddha asking for a teaching in brief and the Buddha told him to…

bāhuna →

dppn

…released and emancipated. The Buddha enumerated ten such. AN.v.151f.

bārānasī →

dppn

…Surundhana; in that of the Sutasoma, Sudassana; in that of the Sonananda, Brahmavaddhana; in that of the Khandahāla, Pupphavatī; in that of the…

bāvarī →

dppn

…seeing his trouble, reassured him by saying that the brahmin knew neither the meaning of “head” nor of “the splitting of it.” “Who…

bījaka →

dppn

…not then been promulgated, Sudinna yielded to her importunities, thus prompting the Buddha to lay down the first Pārājika. The son was called…

cakkaratana →

dppn

…that is one of the seven treasures of a Wheel Turning Monarch (cakkavatti). The Cakkaratana is the Cakkavatti’s chief symbol of office; on its…

cakkavatti →

dppn

…with all classes of his subjects. The perfume of sandalwood issues from his mouth, while his body is like a lily. When the Cakkavatti is about…

cakkavāla →

dppn

The name given to a whole world-system, there being countless such systems.

1solar system

campā →

dppn

…the validity and otherwise of formal acts of the Saṅgha.

The Soṇadaṇḍa, the Dasuttara, the Kandaraka and the Kāraṇḍava Suttas were…

candana →

dppn

…SN.iv.280

Candana2

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how he was visited by his wife and child who hoped to win him…

candanaṅgalika →

dppn

…him which was the highest sensual pleasure. When the Buddha had answered their question, Candanaṅgalika obtained his permission and uttered averse…

candikāputta →

dppn

A discourse on the teaching of Devadatta, delivered by Candikāputta to the monks, is recorded in the Silāyūpa Sutta. AN.iv.402f.

candimā →

dppn

…was seized by Rāhu Asurinda, he invoked the Buddha in a verse and the Buddha asked Rāhu to set him at liberty, which request was granted….

cañcalikappa →

dppn

…see him, and on that occasion was preached the Saṅgārava Sutta. MN.ii.209f.

Kosala3town

caṅkī →

dppn

…is mentioned together with such eminent and wealthy brahmins as Tārukkha, Pokkharasādi, Jāṇussoṇi and Todeyya. MN.ii.202

Caṅkī lived in…

caṇḍappajjota →

dppn

…The king sent Kāka in pursuit, but Jīvaka gave Kāka a purgative and so delayed his return until the medicine had taken effect on the king….

caṇḍā →

dppn

…wandering begging food to survive. One day she met Paṭācārā who had just finished eating. Paṭācārā, seeing her pitiable condition, gave…

cetiya →

dppn

…The Janavasabha Sutta DN.ii.200 leads us to infer that the Buddha visited the Ceti country several times. The Saṃyutta Nikāya…

chabbaggiyā →

dppn

…leaders were Assaji, Punabbasu, Panduka, Lohitaka, Mettiya and Bhummaja hence their name.

There were also nuns in their following, who likewise…

channa →

dppn

…Buddha’s teaching.

Channa2

A monk. He once stayed at Gijjhakūṭa, dangerously ill and suffering much pain. He was visited by…

citrā →

dppn

The name of certain Supaṇṇas. DN.ii.259

citta →

dppn

…AN.ii.164 AN.iii.451

Citta2HatthirohaputtaHatthisāriputta

A monk, son of an elephant trainer, who, having entered the Order, studied…

cittapāṭali →

dppn

A tree in the Asurabhavana SN.v.238 which lives for a whole aeon.

cittasena →

dppn

…preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.258 He is elsewhere DN.iii.204 mentioned as a Yakkha chieftain who should be invoked by the Buddha’s…

cunda →

dppn

…himself his follower.

Cunda2

The books appear to refer to two theras by the name of Cunda, the better known being Mahā-Cunda and the…

cātuma →

dppn

…Amalakīvana where the Buddha once stayed and preached the Cātuma Sutta. MN.i.456f.

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cātummahārājikā →

dppn

…assembly of the devas, they submit their report to the gods of Tāvatiṃsā, who rejoice or lament according as to whether men prosper in…

cūḷapanthaka →

dppn

…great admiration until after sunset, when they were unable to gain entrance to the city. The Buddha heard of this and warned Cūḷapanthaka not to…

dabbamallaputta →

dppn

…The Mettiya-Bhummajakā persuaded the Licchavi, Vaḍḍha, to make a similar charge against Dabba regarding his wife. Vin.ii.124f.

Dabba was…

dakkhiṇāgiri →

dppn

…beyond the hills that surrounded the city—hence its name. In the district was the brahmin village of Ekanālā.Snp.p.13 The Buddha…

dakkhiṇāpatha →

dppn

…etc.). It held also a large number of ascetics DA.i.265, and in the southern districts (Dakkhinesu janapadesu) people celebrated a feast called…

dasama →

dppn

…in the Aṭṭhakanāgara Sutta. Later, assembling the monks from Pāṭaliputta and Vesāli, he entertained them and presented each with two…

daṇḍakappaka →

dppn

…There he preached the Udāna Sutta in answer to a question by Ānanda, as to how the Buddha knew of the unregenerate wickedness of Devadatta….

devadatta →

dppn

…and Moggallāna preached to such effect that they persuaded the five hundred monks to return with them. Kokālika kicked Devadatta on the chest to…

devasūta →

dppn

One of the Yakkha chiefs mentioned in the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta. DN.iii.204

dhamma →

dppn

…Vissakamma for Mahāsudassana, by order of Sakka. DN.ii.180ff.

5buildingDhamma2

The lake in front of the palace mentioned above….

dhammadinnā →

dppn

…given in the Cūḷavedalla Sutta. MN.i.299ff. Visākha reported this interview to the Buddha, who praised her great wisdom and commended her…

dhammika →

dppn

…the other, because the lay supporters of the lodgings could not tolerate his insulting ways. He therefore sought the Buddha and complained to him….

dhaniya →

dppn

…Snp.18ff.

Dhaniya2

A monk whose Theragāthā verses urge one who wants to live happily as a monk to be content. Thag.228–30…

dhataraṭṭha →

dppn

…Sutta.

Dhataraṭṭha2

There were two kings of this name, contemporaries and vassals of Reṇu. One of these two was king of…

dhīrā →

dppn

…bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verse speaks of the wise one who attains Nibbana. Thig.6

Dhīrā2Vīrā

A bhikkhunī whose…

dānaveghasā →

dppn

A class of Asuras, present at the Mahāsamaya. DN.ii.259

dīghanakha →

dppn

…He visited the Buddha at Sūkarakhatalena and the Buddha preached to him the Dīghanakha Sutta, at the end of which he became a sotāpanna….

dūsī →

dppn

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

ekanāḷā →

dppn

…year of his ministry, the Buddha visited the village and preached to Kāsī-Bhāradvāja the sutta which bears his name and which converted…

ekapuṇḍarīka →

dppn

…monasteryEkapuṇḍarīka2

An elephant belonging to Pasenadi. It was while riding on this elephant that the king met Ānanda. The…

ekasālā →

dppn

…darken their intelligence, suggested to him that he should not teach others. The Buddha refuted the suggestion of Māra, who retired discomfited….

erāvaṇa →

dppn

In the Dhammika Sutta. Snp.379 Erāvaṇa is mentioned among the devas who visited the Buddha to pay him homage. He is also mentioned among the…

esukārī →

dppn

…by the brahmins, without consulting anybody else; all four castes alike can live the good life, which is the true service, and follow the Dhamma,…

gagga →

dppn

…Vin.ii.80f.

Gagga2

A brahmin, father of Aṅgulimāla. MN.ii.102 Gagga may have been a gotta-name. Thus when, after his…

gajaṅgala →

dppn

…Their conversation is recorded in the Indriyabhāvānā Sutta. MN.iii.298ff.

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gandhabbā →

dppn

…musicians, and Pañcasikha, Suriyavaccasā and her father Timbarū are among their number. DN.ii.264

They wait on such devas as Sakka, and the…

gandhāra →

dppn

…list. MN.iii.69

Gandhāra2

One of the sixteen Great Nations.AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 One of the teeth of the Buddha was deposited in…

gandhāravijjā →

dppn

…all obstacles, through earth and water, and touch the sun and moon. DN.i.213

garuḷā →

dppn

GaruḷāGaruḍāSupannaSuvaṇṇa

A class of mythical birds generally mentioned in company with Nāgas.

gayā →

dppn

A town in India. It lay on the road between the Bodhi-tree and Benares. It was between the Bodhimanda and Gayā that the Buddha, on his way to Isipatana, met Upaka. Vin.i.8

The Buddha stayed at Gayā …

gayākassapa →

dppn

…of the Ādittapariyāya Sutta they all became arahants. Vin.i.33f. Gayā-Kassapa is reported Thag.345f. to have said that he used to bathe…

gayāsīsa →

dppn

…taught the Adittapariyāya Sutta . Vin.i.34f. SN.iv.19f. AA.i.57 PvA.21 Ud.i.9 DhA.i.72

When Devadatta managed to win over five hundred of…

gaṇaka-moggallāna →

dppn

…the Gaṇaka-Moggallāna Sutta, after which, it is said, he became the Buddha’s follower. MN.iii.1ff. His name and his teaching seem to…

geyya →

dppn

…scriptures were arranged before the development of the Tipiṭaka. It includes all the suttas composed in verse, especially the whole…

ghaṭāya →

dppn

A Sākiyan of Kapilavatthu, who built a monastery attached to the Nigrodhārāma. There the Mahā Suññatā Sutta was preached. MN.iii.110

ghaṭīkāra →

dppn

…having failed to persuade him to visit the Buddha, in the end took him by force. Jotipāla was converted and joined the Order, but…

ghoṭamukha →

dppn

…the king of Aṅga. Udena suggested that the money might be utilised to build an assembly-hall for the Order at Pāṭaliputta. The suggestion…

gijjhakūṭa →

dppn

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

girimānanda →

dppn

…of his delight in meditating in his small hut while it rains. Thag.325–329

The Giri Sutta was preached in reference to Girimānanda, when he…

giñjakāvasatha →

dppn

…in the Janavasabha Sutta and the Giñjakāvasatha Sutta, SN.v.356f. which was preached at the same place, the Buddha is represented as…

godha →

dppn

A Sākiyan. A conversation between him and Mahānāma the Sākiyan is recorded in the Godha Sutta. SN.v.371

godhika →

dppn

…then he decided to commit suicide by cutting his throat. Māra saw this and reported it to the Buddha, but when the Buddha arrived it was too…

gopaka →

dppn

…at the Kukkuṭārāma in Pāṭaliputta, where he was given a set of robes. Vin.i.300

Gopaka3

A deva. A series of verses…

gosiṅgasālavanadāya →

dppn

…forest tract near Vesāli. When the Buddha was living in the Kūṭāgārasāla, in the Mahāvana, he…

gotama →

dppn

…was a Sākiyan, son of Suddhodana and of Mahā Māyā, Suddhodana’s chief consort, and he belonged to the Gotama-gotta. At age 29 he…

gotamadvāra →

dppn

…the Buddha left Pāṭaligāma, after having eaten there at the invitation of Sunidha and Vassakāra. Vin.i.230 Ud.viii.6…

gotamaka →

dppn

A class of ascetics, enumerated in a list of such classes. AN.iii.276

gotamakacetiya →

dppn

…several times. During one such stay, he laid down the rule which allowed monks the use of three robes; he himself felt cold during the night and…

govinda →

dppn

The steward or treasurer of King Disampati. He had a son, Jotipāla, who succeeded him after his death and came to be known as Mahā Govinda….

govindiya →

dppn

Evidently the title given to the High Treasurer. DN.ii.232

gulissāni →

dppn

…It was on his account that the Gulissāni Sutta was preached. MN.i.469

gundāvana →

dppn

…there and was visited by Avantiputta, king of Madhurā, to whom he preached the Madhurā Sutta, MN.ii.83f. and by the brahmin Kandarāyana….

guttā →

dppn

…the defliments that have long kept her trapped in suffering. Thig.163–168

haliddavasana →

dppn

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

harayodevā →

dppn

A class of devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

hatthaka →

dppn

…Vin.iv.1f.

Hatthaka2Āḷavaka

An eminent lay disciple of the Buddha declared foremost among those who gather a following by…

hemavata →

dppn

…need. DN.iii.204

He was present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.256

He was the friend of Sātāgira.

himavā →

dppn

…are never heated by the sun. AN.iv.101 The mountain is often used in similes; it is then referred to as pabbatarājā. SN.ii.137 SN.v.464…

hāliddakāni →

dppn

…visited him and consulted him at length on the subjects treated in Māgandiyapañha SN.iii.9f. and again on those of the Sakkapañha….

hāragajā →

dppn

A class of devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

hārita →

dppn

…Brahmās. DN.ii.261

Hārita2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of making body and mind straight. Thag.29

Hārita3

A…

iccānaṅgala →

dppn

…Sutta. DN.i.87 From this sutta, the village would seem to have been near Pokkharasādi’s domain of Ukkaṭṭha. It was the residence of…

inda →

dppn

…of the Four Quarters.

Inda2

The Pāḷi equivalent of the Vedic Indra. He is referred to only very seldom in the Nikāyas, but is…

indasālaguhā →

dppn

…him and asked him the questions recorded in the Sakkapañha Sutta. DN.ii.263

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isidatta →

dppn

…never returned.

Isidatta2

An equerry or chamberlain of Pasenadi, King of Kosala. Isidatta is always mentioned with…

isidāsī →

dppn

…in that life. As a result she was born in hell for a long time, and, in subsequent births became an ape, a goat, an ox, a hermaphrodite…

isigili →

dppn

…Cūḷa DukkhakKhaṇḍa Sutta it is said that a large number of Nigaṇṭhas lived at Kāḷasilā, never sitting down, undergoing paroxysms…

isipatana →

dppn

…AN.i.110f.

  • the two Pāsa Suttas SN.i.105f.
  • the Samaya Sutta AN.iii.320ff.
  • the Kaṭuviya Sutta AN.i.279f.
  • a discourse on the…

jambukhādaka →

dppn

…visits paid by him to Sāriputta at Nālakagāma and discussions between them on various topics, such as nibbāna, arahantship, the āsavas,…

janesabha →

dppn

…the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta DN.iii.204 he is mentioned as a Yakkha chieftain to be invoked by the Buddha’s followers in time of need.

He…

jatukaṇṇī →

dppn

…and the Buddha’s answer are found in the Jatukaṇṇi Sutta Snp.1007 Snp.1096–1100

jayasena →

dppn

…is recorded in the Bhūmiya Sutta. In this case we are told that Jayasena was pleased with the discourse and entertained Bhūmiya to his own dish…

jaṭābhāradvāja →

dppn

…goes to the Buddha and asks him the questions given in the Jaṭā Sutta. The Buddha gives the same answer. SN.i.165

jenta →

dppn

…of life. Thag.111

Jenta2Purohitaputta

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of his former pride and arrogance and how these have…

jeta →

dppn

…which he decorated with much grandeur. Vin.ii.158f.

Jeta2

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

jetavana →

dppn

…the latter, seeking a suitable place for the Buddha’s residence, discovered this park belonging to Jeta. Anāthapiṇḍika built in the…

jotipāla →

dppn

…brahmin, son of Govinda, chaplain of Disampati. Jotipāla was a friend of Disampati’s son, Reṇu, who…

jāliya →

dppn

…According to the Pātika Sutta, when Jāliya heard that Pātika could not come to hold a discussion with the Buddha at Vesāli, he went to the…

jātiyāvana →

dppn

…likewise. AN.iii.36f.

The Sutta Vibhaṅga Vin.iii.37f. contains the story of an arahant on whom a woman committed a misdemeanour while he was…

jāṇussoṇi →

dppn

…him on many topics, such as: results of actions, AN.i.56 Nibbana here and now, AN.i.157 brahmins and the threefold knowledge, AN.i.166…

jīvaka →

dppn

…the purgative acted, and suddenly remembered that he had omitted to ask the Buddha to bathe in warm water to complete the cure. The Buddha read…

jīvakambavana →

dppn

…stayed several times. On one such occasion Ajātasattu visited the Buddha and the Sāmaññaphala Sutta was preached….

kaccāna →

dppn

Kaccāna1

See Mahā-Kaccāna, Pakudha-Kaccāna, Pubba-Kaccāna, Sambula-Kaccāna, Sabhiya-Kaccāna, etc. See also…

kajangala →

dppn

…Their conversation is recorded in the Indriyabhāvānā Sutta. MN.iii.298ff.

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kakkaṭa →

dppn

Kakkaṭa2

An eminent monk mentioned, with Cāla, Upacāla, Kaḷimbha, Nikata and Kaṭissaha, as staying with the Buddha at the…

kakudha →

dppn

…entirely. DN.ii.92

Kakudha2

A deva who visited the Buddha at the Añjanavana in Sāketa, and asked him whether he experienced feelings…

kakudhā →

dppn

…him by Cundaka; there he reassured Cunda, telling him that no blame attached to him for having provided the Buddha with the meal which was to be his…

kakusandha →

dppn

…and Samaṇa, Nandā and Sunandā were his most eminent lay-supporters. DN.ii.7 In Kakusandha’s time a Māra, named Dūsī (a previous birth…

kalandagāma →

dppn

KalandagāmaKalandaKalaṇḍaka

A village near Vesāli; it was the birthplace of Sudinna. Vin.iii.11

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kamboja →

dppn

…the Assalāyana Sutta MN.ii.149 it is stated that in Yona and in Kamboja, and also in the neighbouring countries, there were, in the…

kammāsadhamma →

dppn

…the Mahāsatipaṭṭhāna Sutta, DN.ii.290 MN.i.55 and the Ānañjasappāya Sutta. MN.ii.26 The Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.ii.107f. contains a…

kandaraka →

dppn

…remained standing. Surveying the assembly of monks gathered round the Buddha and observing their great silence, Kandaraka expressed his…

kapilavatthu →

dppn

…the Buddha preached the Mahāsuññata Sutta. MN.iii.109

Mahānāma was the Buddha’s most frequent visitor; to him was preached the…

kappa →

dppn

…Snp.1092–1095

Kappa2

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of the unattractiveness of the body. Thag.567–576 In the…

karatiya →

dppn

…in the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta as being one of the chief Yakkhas who should be invoked by followers of the Buddha when they need protection….

karerikuṭikā →

dppn

A building in the Jetavana where the Mahāpadāna Sutta was taught. DN.ii.1ff.

Jetavana3building

karerimaṇḍalamāḷa →

dppn

…a hall with a thatched roof supported by wooden pillars, but with no walls.DN.ii.1 The monks seem to have been in the habit of sitting out here and…

kassapa →

dppn

…for Ghaṭīkāra.

Kassapa2

A monk whose admonition by his mother is recorded in the Theragāthā. Thag.82

Kassapa3

A…

kassapagotta →

dppn

…Vin.i.312ff.

Kassapagotta2

A monk living in Pankadhā in the Kosala country. He heard the Buddha preach a sermon, but was not…

kasībhāradvāja →

dppn

…the Buddha begging for alms, suggests that the Buddha should work for his living—plough and sow just as he does. The Buddha answers that he, too,…

katamorakatissa →

dppn

…was expressed to the Buddha, by the two Pacceka-brahma, Subrahmā and Suddhāvāsa. S.i.148.

kaṇha →

dppn

…displayed his supernatural powers he gained the princess. DN.i.96f.

Kaṇha2

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in the Isigili Sutta….

kaṇḍakīvana →

dppn

…is given in the Kantakī Sutta. SN.v.298f. The Buddha also stayed in this grove, and a sermon preached by him to the monks is recorded in the…

kaṇṇakatthala →

dppn

…the Kassapasīhanāda Sutta, DN.i.161 and again by Pasenadi, king of Kosala; to him he preached the Kaṇṇakatthala Sutta….

kaṭissaha →

dppn

…they left the monastery and retired to places of solitude, such as Gosiṅgasālavana. AN.v.133

kesamutta →

dppn

…there, on which occasion he preached the Kesaputtiya Sutta. AN.i.188

Kosala3town

kevaṭṭa →

dppn

…him. The interview is recorded in the Kevaṭṭa Sutta. DN.i.211ff.

keṇiya →

dppn

…to the Sutta Nipāta Snp.p.104 MN.ii.146f. it was owing to the elaborate preparations made by Keṇiya for the meal to the…

khara →

dppn

…the Buddha on his doctrine, as recorded in the Sūciloma Sutta. SN.i.207f. Snp.p.47f.

khattiyānī →

dppn

…who waited on the Bodhisatta when he was once a mighty king Mahāsudassana of Kusāvatī. SN.iii.146 DN.ii.188

khaṇḍasumana →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse says that he made an offering of one flower, dwelt in heaven a long period, then became enlightened. Thag.96

khema →

dppn

…the Order. DN.ii.7

Khema2

A devaputta who visited the Buddha at Jetavana and spoke several verses on the desirability of leading…

khemaka →

dppn

…there still clings to him a subtle remnant of the “I” conceit. It is said that as a result of the sermon Khemaka himself and sixty others…

khemaṅkara →

dppn

…constant attendant of Sikhī Buddha. DN.ii.6

Khemaṅkara2KhemaKhemākara

The king of Khema or…

khemiyambavana →

dppn

A mango grove near Benares. Udena once stayed there and preached the Ghoṭamukha Sutta. MN.ii.157

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khemiyā →

dppn

A class of gods, present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.261

khemā →

dppn

…but rejecting the pleasures of the senses. Thig.139–144

Once when Khemā was at Toraṇavatthu, between Sāvatthī and Sāketa, Pasenadi,…

khitaka →

dppn

…feels. Thag.104

Khitaka2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of one who stands firm like a rock among painful experiences….

khiḍḍāpadosikā →

dppn

…laughter and in sport of sensual lusts. In consequence their self-possession is corrupted and they fall from their state. DN.i.19 They were…

khāṇumata →

dppn

…pleasance, and there he preached the Kūṭadanta Sutta. DN.i.127

Māgadha3town

kimbila →

dppn

…preached the Naḷakapāna Sutta in the Palāsavana at Naḷakapāna. MN.i.462ff.

In three different places in the Aṅguttara Nikāya…

kimilā →

dppn

…in a bamboo grove where the Buddha stayed and where the Kimbila and Kimbilā Suttas were preached. AN.iii.247 SN.iv.181f. SN.v.322

Ayojjhā3park

kinnughaṇḍu →

dppn

…in the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta, to be invoked when disciples of the Buddha are worried by evil spirits. DN.iii.204 He is one of the vassals of…

kirapatika →

dppn

…hearing of it, made an order to the monks prohibiting such conduct. Vin.iv.75f.

kokanuda →

dppn

…a series of questions, such as whether the world is eternal, whether the Tathāgata lives after death, etc., all of which, Ānanda says, are…

kokālika →

dppn

…allowed himself to be persuaded on hearing the scheme explained.Vin.ii.196 Vin.iii.171 When the monks blamed Devadatta for his misdeeds,…

komudi →

dppn

The full-moon day of the fourth month, Kattika, usually found in the phrase Komudi Cātumāsini. Vin.i.155 Vin.i.176f. DN.i.47 MN.iii.79 MN.iii.80

korabya →

dppn

…a large banyan tree named Suppatiṭṭha. According to the Raṭṭhapāla Sutta, MN.ii.65 Thag.776.ff. in the Buddha’s day, too, the ruler…

korakkhatta →

dppn

…up food with his mouth only. Sunakkhatta saw him and greatly admired him, but the Buddha prophesied that Korakkhatta would, in seven days, die of…

kosala →

dppn

…was king of Kāsi-Kosala. AN.v.59

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

kosambī →

dppn

…the west. Vin.i.277

The usual route from Rājagaha to Kosambī was up the river. This was the route taken by Ānanda when he went with five…

kosiya →

dppn

…Kassapa. Ud.iii.7

Kosiya2

A monk whose Theragāthā verses emphasize the importance of listening to a teacher and being reflective…

koḷiyā →

dppn

…body of officials, presumably police, who wore a distinguishing headdress with a drooping crest (lambacūḷakābhaṭā) They bore a bad…

kulavaddhaka →

dppn

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

kumbhaṇḍa →

dppn

A class of spirits mentioned with Yakkhas, Asuras and Nāgas. They live in the South and Virūḷha is their king. DN.ii.257 DN.iii.198

kumbhīra →

dppn

…outside Rājagaha. He was present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta with a train of over one hundred thousand. DN.ii.257

kumuda →

dppn

A hell, or a period of suffering. It is equal to twelve Padumas. The Kokālika monk was born in Kumuda hell.SN.i.152f. Snp.p.126

5hell

kumārakassapa →

dppn

…the preaching of the Vammika Sutta. MN.i.143ff.

Two verses of deep significance ascribed to Kumāra-Kassapa are found in the Theragāthā….

kuru →

dppn

…Sutta, the Anañjasappāya Sutta, the Sammosa Sutta and the Ariyavasā Sutta. All these were preached at Kammāssadhamma, which is described as a…

kusinārā →

dppn

…and the “Kinti” Sutta. MN.ii.238f. A third Kusinārā Sutta he preached while staying at Upavattana. AN.ii.79 Ud.iv.2

The people of…

kuvera →

dppn

KuveraKubera

King of Uttarakuru. His royal residence is Āḷakamandā and his citadel Visāṇā. His messengers are Tatolā, Tattolā, Tatotalā, Ojasi, Tejasi, Tatojasī, Sūra, Rāja, Ariṭṭha and Nemi. His lot …

kuṇālā →

dppn

The name of a river which flows out of the Kuṇāladaha. It dries up when, at the end of the aeon, the fourth sun rises.AN.iv.101

4river

kuṇḍadhāna →

dppn

…food tickets. AN.i.24

Kuṇḍadhāna was among those to whom the Buddha preached the Naḷakapāna Sutta, and was therefore probably a friend…

kuṇḍadhānavana →

dppn

…in this monastery that Suppavāsā gave birth to Sīvali, after prolonged labour pains, which only ceased after she received the Buddha’s…

kuṭeṇḍu →

dppn

A vassal of the Cātummahārājikas, present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.258

kuṭivihārī →

dppn

…monk was so called because he obtained insight in a hut. Thag.56

Kuṭivihārī2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse is an…

kālakañjakā →

dppn

…are the very lowest of the Asura groups, and the Buddha warns Sunakkhatta that Korakkhattiya will, after his death from epilepsy, be born among…

kālakhemaka →

dppn

…there. On this occasion the Buddha preached the Mahā-Suññatā Sutta. MN.iii.109

kāliṅga →

dppn

…SN.v.358f.

Kāliṅga2

A country. It is one of the seven political divisions mentioned in the time of the mythical king Reṇu…

kālāma →

dppn

Kālāma1

The name of a family. Mention is made of a town belonging to them in Kosala, which was called Kesaputta. The sermon preached by…

kāmabhū →

dppn

…recorded in the Kāmabhū Sutta. SN.iv.165 Two other suttas bearing the same name record visits paid to Kāmabhū by Cittagahapati at…

kāmaseṭṭha →

dppn

…the Mahāsamaya Sutta DN.ii.258 he is mentioned among the vassals of the Four Great Kings-versed in craft, hoodwinking wizards, clever…

kāpathika →

dppn

…detailed in the Caṅkī Sutta. At the end of the discussion the youth declared himself a disciple of the Buddha. MN.ii.168ff. In the Sutta…

kāsi →

dppn

…very frequently mentioned as such in the Jātakas and elsewhere. Kāsi was once ruled by the Bhāratas, one of whom, Dhataraṭṭha, was its king…

kāḷasilā →

dppn

…company of monks. On one such occasion the Buddha is said to have given Ānanda an opportunity of asking him to continue to live for a whole…

kāḷī →

dppn

…AN.v.46f.

Kāḷī2

Maidservant of Videhikā of Sāvatthī. Videhikā was reputed to be gentle and meek, but Kāḷī, who was…

kīṭāgiri →

dppn

…of Assaji and Punabbasu, who lived there, behaving in a shameless and wicked manner. A certain monk, on his way to Jetavana, passed through…

kūṭadanta →

dppn

…to be successful, he consulted the Buddha on the holding of sacrifices. The Buddha preached to him the Kūṭadanta Sutta. At the end of the…

kūṭāgārasālā →

dppn

…of monks had committed suicide as a result of a sermon he had preached to them before his retreat on the un-loveliness of the body. He then…

lakkhaṇa →

dppn

…Moggallāna related his vision, some of the monks blamed him for claiming superhuman powers, but the Buddha declared him free from blame….

lambītakā →

dppn

A class of devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.261

laṭṭhivana →

dppn

…of Rājagaha. In it was the Supatiṭṭha cetiya, where the Buddha stayed during his first visit to Rājagaha from Gayāsīsa, after the…

licchavī →

dppn

…rough and greedy fellows; such presents as are sent by the members of their tribe sugar cane, jujubes, sweet cakes, sweetmeats, etc. they loot…

lohicca →

dppn

…SN.iv.117ff.

Lohicca2

A brahmin of Sālāvatikā. He once conceived the idea that a samaṇa or recluse who had reached a good…

lohitavāsī →

dppn

A class of devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

lomasakaṅgiya →

dppn

…him on the Bhaddekaratta Sutta. When Lomasakaṅgiya again confessed his ignorance, Candana taught him the verses, and then the former packed…

lumbineyya →

dppn

…the Buddha was born. In the Sutta Nipāta Snp.683 it is stated that the Buddha was born in a village of the Sākyans, in the Lumbineyya…

lāmaseṭṭhā →

dppn

A class of devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.261

macchikāsaṇḍa →

dppn

…of whom was Mahānāma.

Sudhamma Thera also lived there, and the place was visited by Sāriputta and Moggalāna and also by Acela Kassapa….

macchā →

dppn

A country, with its people, included in the traditional list of the sixteen Great Nations AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 AN.iv.256 AN.iv.260

The Macchā country lay to the south or south west of Indraprastha and …

maddakucchi →

dppn

…it severely. As the Buddha suffered much from loss of blood, the monks took him on a litter to Maddakucchi, and from there to the Jīvakambavana,…

madhurā →

dppn

…capital of Surasena, situated on the Yamunā. Its king, soon after the death of Bimbisāra, was Avantiputta, MN.ii.83 who, judging…

magadhakhetta →

dppn

…Ānanda did this very successfully, and this pattern has been adopted for the robes of members of the Order ever since….

maghadevaambavana →

dppn

…during his stay there with Ānanda he preached the Makhādeva Sutta. MN.ii.74

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mahesā →

dppn

…to the Mahāgovinda Sutta DN.ii.220.ff. it was the capital of Avanti and was founded at the same time as Campā.

22.019453,75.3570562town

mahājanapadā →

dppn

The books mention the sixteen Mahājanapadas or Great Nations, which existed in the time of the Buddha. AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 AN.iv.256 AN.iv.260 They are Kāsī, Kosala, Aṅga, Māgadha, Vajji, Mallā, Cetiya …

mahākaccāyana →

dppn

…followers and those who consulted him were Sonakutikanna, Isidatta, Avantiputta, Lohicca, Ārāmadaṇḍa, and Kandarāyana.

He often stayed in…

mahākassapa →

dppn

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

mahākoṭṭhita →

dppn

…SN.ii.112f. the Sīla Sutta on religious discipline, SN.iii.165ff. three suttas on the nature of arising, two on satisfaction,…

mahākāla →

dppn

…large swarthy woman sitting surrounded by bones in the charnel ground, evidently a practitioner of asceticism. He expresses the wish to never be…

mahāli →

dppn

…as to the teachings of Pūraṇa Kassapa. SN.iii.68 This conversation resulted from Mahāli having heard the Sakkapañha Sutta.

mahāmoggallāna →

dppn

…He was also consulted by those, such as Vacchagotta, SN.iv.391ff. and Vappa, AN.ii.196ff. eager to learn from him the teachings of…

mahānāma →

dppn

…AN.iii.451

Mahānāma2

A Licchavi. One day while walking about in the Mahāvana in Vesāli he saw some young Licchavis paying…

mahāpajāpatī →

dppn

…Buddha he refused it, and suggested it should be given to the Order as a whole. Pajāpatī was greatly disappointed, and Ānanda intervened. But…

mahāpurisa →

dppn

…explained in the Mahāpurisa Sutta SN.v.158 and the Vassakāra Sutta. AN.ii.35f.

Bāvarī had three Mahāpurisalakkhaṇā; he could touch his…

mahāpāragā →

dppn

A class of devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.26

mahāsarā →

dppn

…and dry up only when four suns appear in the world. These seven lakes are Anotattā, Sīhapapātā, Rathakāra, Kappamundā, Kuṇālā,…

mahāsubhaddā →

dppn

Chief queen of Mahāsudassana. DN.ii.169ff. Aii.189 SN.iii.145

mahāsudassana →

dppn

The Bodhisatta born as king of Kusāvati. DN.ii.169ff.

mahāvana →

dppn

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

mahāvijita →

dppn

A king of long ago, whose exemplary sacrifice, held under the direction of his chaplain, is narrated in the Kūṭadanta Sutta.

mahāviyūha →

dppn

…made of silver….

makhādeva →

dppn

…is told in the Makhadeva Sutta. MN.ii.74ff. He was a righteous king who observed the uposatha, together with his people. When a grey hair…

makkhali →

dppn

…with such loss to many folk, such discomfort, such sorrow to devas and men, as Makkhali, the infatuate. AN.i.33 The Buddha also considered his view…

mallikā →

dppn

…was a girl; but the Buddha assured him that women were sometimes wiser than men. SN.i.86f.

Only one instance is on record of Mallikā asking a…

mallā →

dppn

…capital of Kusa and Mahāsudassana. They were regarded, together with the Vajjis, as a typical example of a republic. MN.i.231 The chief Mallas…

manasākaṭa →

dppn

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

in…

mantāvatī →

dppn

The capital city where King Koñca lived, whose daughter was Sumedhā Therī. Thig.450

4town

manāpakāyikā →

dppn

…that in a trice they could assume any colour they desired, produce any sound, and obtain any happiness. Anuruddha tested their claims and found them…

medakathalikā →

dppn

…shoulder. Then the master suggested that they should watch and look after each other during their performances. But Medakathalikā said that each…

medāḷupa →

dppn

…the Buddha was there and visited him. On this occasion was preached the Dhammacetiya Sutta. This was the last time that Pasenadi saw the…

meghiya →

dppn

…however, Meghiya was consumed by evil thoughts and returned to the Buddha. The Buddha preached to him on the five things which make the heart…

metteyya →

dppn

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

mettiyabhummajakā →

dppn

…They, therefore, persuaded a nun named Mettiyā to go to the Buddha and accuse Dabba of having violated her chastity. The charge was…

mettākāyikā →

dppn

A class of devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.259

meṇḍasira →

dppn

MeṇḍasiraMeṇḍasīsa

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of realizing release from suffering after many lifetimes. Thag.78

migalandika →

dppn

…him in the river and assured him he was doing a service to the monks by helping them to commit suicide. This encouraged him, and he put to…

migāra →

dppn

…on his immense wealth. But the Buddha reminds him that Migāra’s treasure is not real treasure in that it is subject to various dangers fire,…

migāramātupāsāda →

dppn

…Moggallāna was left to supervise the work with five hundred other monks. Moggallāna made use of his iddhi powers in order to expedite and…

missakā →

dppn

A class of devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

mithilā →

dppn

…there the Makhādeva Sutta MN.ii.74 and the Brahmāyu Sutta. MN.ii.133

It was also in Mithilā that the Therī Vāsetthī Thig.135 first…

moranivāpa →

dppn

…and the Culla Sakūladāyi Suttas were preached there. DN.iii.36ff. MN.ii.1 MN.ii.29

The Moranivāpa was on the bank of the Sumāgadhā and the…

moḷiya →

dppn

…and preached the Kakacūpama Sutta. MN.i.122ff.

In the Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.ii.12f. is recorded a discussion between Moliya Phagguna and the…

moḷiyasīvaka →

dppn

…Buddha explains to him that suffering arises from various causes—bile, phlegm, wind, bodily humour, change of season, stress of untoward…

mucalinda →

dppn

…the Buddha’s body and holding his hood over the Buddha’s head. Vin.i.3 Ud.ii.1

Mucalinda2

One of the chief Yakkhas to be…

mukheluvana →

dppn

A grove in Kajaṅgalā. It was there that the Buddha preached the Indriyabhāvanā Sutta. MN.iii.298

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muttā →

dppn

…being freed. Thig.2

Muttā 2

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verse speaks of being freed from three crooked things. Thig.11

Muttā…

muṇḍa →

dppn

…Treasurer, Piyaka, consulted the Elder Nārada who lived at Kukkuṭārāma in Pāṭaliputta and persuaded him to visit the king. Nārada…

māgadha →

dppn

…Candappajjota of Ujjeni was suffering from jaundice, Bimbisāra sent him his own personal physician, Jīvaka.

In Māgadha was the real birth of…

māgaṇḍiya →

dppn

…desiring.

Māgaṇḍiya2

A Paribbājaka. The Buddha was once staying in the fire hut of the brahmin Bhāradvājaggotta at…

māluṅkyāputta →

dppn

…the Majjhima Nikāya are two suttas—the Cūḷamālunkyā MN.i.426ff. and the Mahāmālunkyā MN.i.432ff. —both evidently preached before…

mānatthaddha →

dppn

…Mānatthaddha became the Buddha’s follower. SN.i.177f.

Mānatthaddha2

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.71

māra →

dppn

…as given in the Padhāna Sutta. They assume numerous forms of varying age and charm, full of blandishment, but their attempt is vain, and they…

mātali →

dppn

…the Mahāsamaya Sutta, DN.ii.258 Mātali is described as a Gandhabba chief, while in the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta DN.iii.204 he is…

mātula →

dppn

MātulaMatula

A village in Māgadha, where the Buddha stayed and where he preached the Cakkavattisīhanāda Sutta. Aiii.58

Māgadha3town

māyā →

dppn

…of the Buddha, and wife of Suddhodana of the Sakyan clan. DN.ii.52 Thag.534 Thig.162 She died seven days after giving birth to the Buddha in…

nagaraka →

dppn

…for in the Cūḷa-Suññatā Sutta, Ānanda is reported as reminding the Buddha that once, while staying at Nagaraka, the Buddha had…

nagaravinda →

dppn

A brahmin village in Kosala where the Buddha once stayed during a tour and where he preached the Nagaravindeyya Sutta. M.iii.290

Kosala3town

nakulamātā →

dppn

…his children. She spoke with such conviction that Nakulapitā regained his composure of mind and grew well. Later he visited the Buddha and told him…

nakulapitā →

dppn

…his children. She spoke with such conviction that Nakulapitā regained his composure of mind and grew well. Later he visited the Buddha and told him…

nanda →

dppn

…Sutta. MN.i.238

Nanda2

The Buddha’s half-brother. He became a monk, but was dissatisifed due to longing for his beautiful…

nandaka →

dppn

…in due season.

Nandaka2

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how a horse might stumble but then recovers and stands firm….

nandana →

dppn

…satisfied. SN.i.62

Nandana2Nandanavana

The chief of the parks in Tāvatiṃsā, where the inhabitants of Tāvatiṃsā, headed by…

nandavatī →

dppn

A nun, sister of Thullanandā. Her other two sisters were Nandā and Sundarīnandā. Vin.iv.211 Vin.iv.259

nandiya →

dppn

…such as he. Thag.25

Nandiya2

A Sakyan layman. He visited the Buddha at the Nigrodhārāma in Kapilavatthu and had a discussion with him…

nandā →

dppn

…Vin.iv.259

Nandā2

Declared by the Buddha AN.i.25 to be foremost among nuns in jhāna. She is evidently to be identified…

navakammika bhāradvāja →

dppn

…tree and asked him what pleasure he found in his contemplations. When the Buddha explained to him how he had found liberty, the Brahmin was pleased…

naḷakapāna →

dppn

…preached the Naḷakapāna Sutta. MN.i.462 There were two groves near the village, the Ketakavana and the Palāsavana; in the latter, Sāriputta…

nemi →

dppn

Nemi1

A servitor of Kuvera. DN.iii.201

Nemi2

A Pacceka Buddha, perhaps the same as Nimi. MN.iii.70

nerañjarāya →

dppn

…him, and, later, Brahmā persuaded him to preach the Dhamma. Vin.i.1ff. Snp.425ff. SN.i.103f. SN.i.122 SN.i.136ff. SN.v.167 SN.v.185…

nigaṇṭha nāṭaputta →

dppn

…Nāṭaputta tries, without success, to dissuade Sīha, general of the Licchavis, from visiting the Buddha. AN.iv.180ff. Sīha goes and is…

nigrodha →

dppn

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

Nigrodha2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of…

nigrodhārāma →

dppn

…grove in Rājagaha. The Buddha says that there he once gave Ānanda the chance of asking him to live for…

nikata →

dppn

…DN.ii.91f.

Nikata2

One of several eminent theras mentioned as staying in the Kūṭāgārasāla in Vesāli. When the Buddha…

nirabbuda →

dppn

A hell, or a period of suffering. Equal to twenty Abbudas. Snp.p.126 SN.i.149

40.25264,58.439415hell

niraya →

dppn

…Aṅguttara Nikāyas and the Sutta Nipāta contain a list of hells: Abbuda, Nirabbuda, Ababa, Aṭaṭa, Ahaha, Kumuda, Sogandhika, Uppala,…

nādikā →

dppn

The Mahā Parinibbāna Sutta DN.ii.72ff. gives a list of the places at which the Buddha stopped during his last journey along that…

nāga →

dppn

…of snakes, though they can assume human form at will. The Vinaya Vin.ii.109 contains a list of four royal families of Nāgas (Ahirājakulāni):…

nāgasamāla →

dppn

…breached the Mahāsīhanāda Sutta. MN.i.83

One day, when entering the city for alms, he saw a nautch girl gaily dressed, dancing to the…

nāgita →

dppn

…verse speaks of the unique efficacy of practicing the Buddha’s path. Thag.86

Nāgita2

For some time the personal attendant of…

nālāgiri →

dppn

…who had to make use of his supernatural power to remove him from his place. The Buddha spoke to him, suffusing him with all the love at his…

nārada →

dppn

…everything else, and his treasurer, Piyaka, suggested that he should visit Nārada. The king agreed, and Nārada preached to him on the inevitable…

nāḷandā →

dppn

…to the Kevaṭṭa Sutta, DN.i.211 in the Buddha’s time Nāḷandā was already an influential and prosperous town, thickly populated,…

nāṭasuriyā →

dppn

NāṭasuriyāNātapuriya

A city in Uttarakuru. DN.iii.200

5town

nīta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse asks when the lazy fool will ever escape suffering. Thag.84

odātagayhā →

dppn

A class of eminent devas among those present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

okkāka →

dppn

…to the Brāhmaṇa-Dhammika Sutta, Snp.p.52ff. it was during the time of Okkāka that the brahmins started their practice of slaughtering animals…

opamañña →

dppn

…MN.ii.200

Opamañña2

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

oṭṭhaddha →

dppn

…and the Buddha is recorded in the Mahāli Sutta. DN.i.150ff.

paccekabrahmā →

dppn

…as Paccekabrahmā—e.g., Subrahmā, Suddhāvāsa and Tudu. I have not come across any explanation of this term. It may designate a Brahmā who…

paccekabuddha →

dppn

…a religion. In the Isigili Sutta MN.iii.68ff. appears a long list of Pacceka Buddhas who dwelt on the Isigili Mountain, and after whom the…

pahārāda →

dppn

An Asura chief. DN.ii.259 At the Nalerupucimaṇḍa in Verañja he visited the Buddha. In answer to a question, Pahārāda tells the Buddha that…

pajjanika →

dppn

…to have stayed there….

pajjunna →

dppn

…he was present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

pajāpati →

dppn

…mentioned with Brahmā, as distinct from him. MN.i.140 MN.i.327 MN.i.329

In the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta DN.iii.204 he is mentioned among the…

pakudha →

dppn

…between seven elementary substances. In other words, there is no such act as killing, or hearing, or knowing, etc.; no conceptions of, or…

palāsavana →

dppn

…The Buddha stayed there, AN.v.122 and it was there that the Naḷakapāna Sutta was preached. MN.i.462

near Naḷakapāna in Kosala3park

panāda →

dppn

…DN.iii.204 He is also mentioned in the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.258

paranimmitavasavattī →

dppn

…the highest stage of the sensuous universe.

They are described AN.i.210 SN.v.410 SN.v.423 DN.ii.91 DN.iii.218 as “beings who desire the creation…

paribbājakā →

dppn

…discussed in the Brahmajāla Sutta, for instance, and described as those of “Eel wrigglers” and “Hair splitters”, were undoubtedly truly…

paripuṇṇaka →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of the superiority of the taste of Dhamma over all other flavors. Thag.91

parisuddhābhā →

dppn

…are born among them as a result of absorbing the idea of untarnished brilliancy.MN.iii.102 MN.iii.147 They belong to the plane of the third…

parittasubhā →

dppn

A class of devas belonging to the Subha Devas. MN.iii.102 Beings are born among them after attaining the third jhāna.

pañcakaṅga →

dppn

…him the Samaṇamaṇḍikā Sutta. MN.ii.23ff.

The Anuruddha Sutta MN.iii.144ff. contains a discussion between Anuruddha and Abhiya Kaccāna,…

pañcasāla →

dppn

A brahmin village of Māgadha. For an episode connected with it see Piṇḍa Sutta. SN.i.113

Māgadha3town

pañcavaggiyā →

dppn

…At first they refused to pay heed to him, but gradually his powers of persuasion won their hearts and they became his first disciples.

pañcālacaṇḍa →

dppn

…is probably this same deva who is mentioned as a Mahāyakkha in the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta DN.iii.205 who is to be invoked by the Buddha’s…

paṇḍuputta →

dppn

…days. In the Anaṅgaṇa Sutta, MN.i.31f. Moggallāna tells Sāriputta that, one day, when begging alms in Rājagaha, he came to the house of…

pessa →

dppn

…is recorded in the Kandaraka Sutta. When Pessa had left, the Buddha is reported to have said that he was a man of great understanding, and that had…

phagguna →

dppn

…illness by the Buddha on the suggestion of Ānanda. The Buddha found Phagguna in bed and grievously ill, and he talked to him and comforted him….

pilindavaccha →

dppn

…different occasions Pilinda suffered from various ailments and the Buddha had to give permission for the provision of suitable remedies….

pilotika →

dppn

…led to the preaching of the Cullahatthipadopama Sutta. MN.i.175ff.

pippaliguhā →

dppn

…for alms, Sakka, with Sujātā, waited for him in the guise of a weaver, and his wife gave him a meal. When Kassapa discovered this, he asked…

piṅgalakoccha →

dppn

…He visited the Buddha at Jetavana and the Buddha preached to him the Cūḷasāropama Sutta, at the end of which he declared himself the Buddha’s…

piṅgiya →

dppn

…as recorded in the Piṅgiya Sutta, Snp.1120–1123 because of his feebleness, he failed to reach any attainment. Thereupon he praised the Buddha…

piṇḍola →

dppn

…list. MN.iii.69

Piṇḍola2Bhāradvāja

An arahant who announced before the Buddha his readiness to answer the questions of any…

pokkharasāti →

dppn

…his pupil. Snp.594 In the Subha Sutta, MN.ii.200ff. Subha Todeyyaputta, another disciple, is reported to have said that Pokkharasāti—here…

potaliputta →

dppn

…his hasty reply.

For details see Mahākammavibhaṅga Sutta. MN.iii.207ff.

poṭṭhapāda →

dppn

…in the Poṭṭhapāda Sutta. Poṭṭhapāda, accepting the Buddha’s views, was jeered at by his companions for doing so. Two or three days…

pukkusa →

dppn

…in comparison with the deep gold of the Buddha’s body. DN.ii.130ff.

Pukkusa2

The name of a caste, classified among the…

pukkusāti →

dppn

…the Dhātuvibhaṅga Sutta. Pukkusāti recognised the Buddha at the end of the sermon and begged his forgiveness for not having paid him due…

punabbasu →

dppn

…Yakkha. SN.i.210

Punabbasu2

One of the Chabbaggiyā. His followers were called Panabbasukā, and, together with the followers of…

punabbasumātā →

dppn

…One evening towards sunset, when the Buddha was at Jetavana, she, with her daughter Uttarā on her hip and the boy’s hand in hers, came…

purāṇa →

dppn

…Vin.ii.189f.

Purāṇa2

A chamberlain of Pasenadi. He was the brother of Isidatta and the father of Migasālā. In his later years…

puṇḍarika →

dppn

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

5hell

puṇṇa →

dppn

…virtue. Thag.70

Puṇṇa2

A servitor who held the oblation ladles for the seven sages, mentioned in the Assalāyana Sutta MN.ii.157…

puṇṇaka →

dppn

…Snp.1043–1048

Puṇṇaka2

A Yakkha chief mentioned in the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta DN.iii.204 among those to be invoked by followers…

puṇṇamāsa →

dppn

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

Puṇṇamāsa2

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of…

puṇṇikā →

dppn

Puṇṇikā2

A slave girl of Pokkharasāti. MN.ii.201

puṇṇā →

dppn

…moon. Thig.3

Puṇṇā2Puṇṇikā

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses argue that bathing cannot purify oneself….

pālileyya →

dppn

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

pārāsariya →

dppn

…Thag.116

Pārāsariya2

A brahmin teacher mentioned in the Indriyabhāvanā Sutta. He is said, by his pupil Uttara, to have taught…

pārāyana →

dppn

…It consists of sixteen suttas preceded by an introduction. The introduction describes how Bāvarī first heard of the coming of the Buddha…

pātaligāma →

dppn

…Ajātasattu’s ministers, Sunīdha and Vassakāra, were engaged in building fortifications there in order to repel the Vajjīs. The Buddha…

pātikaputta →

dppn

…and thereby much impressed Sunakkhatta. Pātikaputta had prophesied that, after death, the Licchavi general Ajita would be born in Mahā Niraya,…

pātimokkha →

dppn

…rules are included, in the Sutta Vibhaṅga, which contains besides the rules themselves, an old Commentary explaining them and a new Commentary…

pāveyyakā →

dppn

…Yasa Kākandakaputta and Sumana. Vin.ii.301ff. In this connection the Pāveyyakā are also described as “Pacchimikā” in opposition to the…

pāvā →

dppn

…to the Saṅgīti Sutta, at the time the Buddha was staying at Pāvā, the Mallas had just completed their new Mote hall, Ubbhataka, and,…

pāvārikambavana →

dppn

…mango grove at Nāḷandā where the Buddha stayed when on a visit there. DN.ii.81 It was there that he…

pāyāsi →

dppn

…Pāyāsi appointed him to supervise the distribution. After death, Pāyāsi was born among the Cātummahārājika gods while Uttara was born in…

pūraṇa kassapa →

dppn

…in the Sāmmaññaphala Sutta, DN.i.53 AN.iii.383 is attributed to Makkhali Gosāla.

His gotta name was Kassapa. He had a following of five…

rakkhasā →

dppn

…Some of them live in the sea. Thag.931…

rakkhita →

dppn

…cool. Thag.79

Rakkhita2Rakkhitavanasaṇḍa

A forest tract near the village of Pārileyya. There the Buddha retired and lived at…

raṭṭhapāla →

dppn

…in the Raṭṭhapāla Sutta. MN.ii.54ff.

The Vinaya Vin.iii.148 contains a stanza quoted by the Buddha, in which Raṭṭhapāla’s…

revata →

dppn

…path. Thag.645–658

Revata2Kaṅkhārevata

The Buddha declared him chief of the monks who practised jhāna.AN.i.24 Ud.v.9 Thag.3…

reṇu →

dppn

Son and successor of King Disampati. On the death of his father Reṇu, with the advice and co operation of his chief steward Jotipāla, who was also…

rohinī →

dppn

Rohinī1

The Therīgāthā Thig.271–290 contains a set of verses spoken by her in exaltation, when, after becoming an arahant, she…

rohitassa →

dppn

…ocean to the eastern. With such a stride, he had travelled for one hundred years, and yet failed to reach the world’s end, where there was no…

rohīnī →

dppn

Rohīnī2

A small river dividing the Sākyan and Koliyan countries. A dam was constructed across the river, and the people on the two…

rojā →

dppn

…Ānanda had need of it, and accepted it with the Buddha’s permission. Vin.i.296

Rojā2

A class of devas, present at the preaching of…

rucirā →

dppn

A class of devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

rādha →

dppn

…contains a large number of suttas preached by the Buddha in answer to Rādha’s questions on various topics.

If the reference is to this same…

rāhu →

dppn

…the four “stains” of the Sun and the Moon, preventing them from shining in all their glory.AN.ii.53 Vin.ii.295 He is further mentioned as one of…

rāhula →

dppn

…the Mahā Rāhulovāda Sutta. Two other suttas, also called Rāhulovāda, one included in the Saṃyutta and the other in the Aṅguttara,…

rāhulamātā →

dppn

…name, generally given in the texts, of Rāhula’s mother Vin.i.82 and Gotama’s wife.

On the…

rājagaha →

dppn

…to Rājagaha, by way of the usual places. The Mahā Parinibbāna Sutta DN.ii.72ff. gives a list of the places at which the Buddha stopped during…

rājāyatana →

dppn

…the foot of which the Buddha received a gift of wheat and honey from the merchants Tapassu and Bhallika in the eighth week after the Enlightenment….

sabbakāma →

dppn

…years of age, and was consulted by Yasa, Soreyya Revata, and others, in connection with the Vajjiputta heresy at the Second Council. He was, at…

sabbamitta →

dppn

Sabbamitta

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of the suffering inherent in relationships. Thag.149–150

sadāmattā →

dppn

A class of Devas, present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

sahabhū →

dppn

A class of Devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

sahadhammā →

dppn

A class of Devas, present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

sahajāti →

dppn

…Revata, whom he wished to consult regarding the Ten Points raised by the Vajjiputtakas. Revata had gone there from Soreyya, and Yasa followed him,…

sahali →

dppn

…Sutta. DN.ii.259

Sahali2

A devaputta, follower of Makkhali Gosāla. He visited the Buddha at Veḷuvana, in the company of…

sahampati →

dppn

…from Sahampati the assurance that all the Buddhas of the past had also had no other teacher than the Dhamma discovered by them. Similar…

sakka →

dppn

…because he married the Asura maiden Sujā

Elsewhere DN.ii.270 MN.i.252 Sakka is addressed as Kosiya.

He is also spoken of as Yakkha. MN.i.252…

sakuladāyī →

dppn

…and the Culla Sakuladāyī Suttas record two conversations between him and the Buddha in the Paribbājakārāma at Moranivāpa in Rājagaha.

He…

sakulā →

dppn

…eye. Thig.97–101

Sakulā2

Sister of Somā. They were both wives of Pasenadi and followers of the Buddha. Once, when Pasenadi was…

sambhūta →

dppn

…Thag.6

Sambhūta2Sānavāsī

When the Vajjiputtaka heresy arose, his help was sought by Yasa Kākandakaputta. At that time…

samiddhi →

dppn

…of the Mahākammavibhaṅga Sutta. MN.iii.207 In the sutta the Buddha speaks of Samiddhi as a foolish man, and Samiddhi is also teased by…

samitigutta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of experiencing the suffering caused by kamma in the past. Thag.81

samuddadatta →

dppn

A monk whom Devadatta persuaded to join him in trying to bring about schism in the Order.Vin.ii.196 Vin.iii.171 He was a favourite of Thullanandā….

samānā →

dppn

A class of Devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

samīti →

dppn

…In the Aṅgaṇa Sutta, Moggallāna tells Sāriputta how he once saw Samīti shaping a felloe; by his side, Paṇḍuputta was watching,…

sanaṅkumāra →

dppn

…preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.261

In the Janavasabha Sutta, Janavasabha describes to the Buddha an occasion on which Sanaṅkumāra…

sandha →

dppn

…preached to him the Sandha Sutta. AN.v.323f.

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

sandhāna →

dppn

…with the Paribbājaka Nigrodha that led to the preaching of the Udumbarika Sīhanāda Sutta.

In the Aṅguttara he is mentioned in a list of…

sappadāsa →

dppn

…was unable to develop concentration. This so distressed him that he was about to commit suicide, when, inward vision suddenly expanding, he attained…

sarabhaṅga →

dppn

…MN.iii.70

Sarabhaṅga2

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of living in a hut of reeds he built himself. By practicing the…

satullapakāyikā →

dppn

…questions on different…

sayaṃpabhā →

dppn

A class of Devas, among whom virtuous men, such as those that maintain their parents and engage in harmless trades, are born. Snp.404

sañjaya →

dppn

…any hate. Thag.48

Sañjaya2

In the Kaṇṇakatthala Sutta Viḍūḍabha tells the Buddha that it was Sañjaya who started the story…

sañjīva →

dppn

…lived in cells, caves, etc., sustaining himself on samādhi. One day, when in a state of trance in a forest, woodmen, thinking him dead, burnt his…

saṅgārava →

dppn

…SN.v.121f. contains a sutta in which the brahmin Saṅgārava visits the Buddha and asks him why he can remember certain mantras with great…

seniya →

dppn

…like a dog. After his visit to the Buddha, as recorded in the Kukkuravatika Sutta, he joined the Order and, in due course, became an…

serissaka →

dppn

…DN.iii.205

Serissaka1Serīsaka

A vimāna in the Cātummahārājika world, which was occupied by Pāyāsi during his life…

serī →

dppn

…class at one gate, and the result was that his gifts were not given at all. He then decreed that out of all his revenues one half should be given…

setabyā →

dppn

…was the Siṃsapāvana, where Kumāra Kassapa lived, and where he preached the Pāyāsi Sutta to the brahmin Pāyāsi, who held a royal fief…

seyyasaka →

dppn

A monk of Sāvatthī who was found guilty of various Vinaya offences, and was therefore subjected to the Nissayakamma. Udāyī (Lāludāyi) was his friend and his evil genius. Vin.iii.110f.

sikhaḍḍī →

dppn

…by Pañcasikha….

sikhī →

dppn

…Sirivaḍḍha and Canda among men,

  • and Cittā and Suguttā among women.

sineru →

dppn

SineruMahāneruMeruSumeruHemameru

A mountain, forming the center of the world. MN.i.338 DN.iii.199 It is eighty thousand leagues broad….

sirimā →

dppn

…speak of remaining still in mind amid praise and blame. Thag.159–160

Sirimā2

Sirimā is mentioned in a list of eminent…

sirivaḍḍha →

dppn

…Thag.41

Sirivaḍḍha2

A minister of Pasenadi, who once sent a message through him to Ānanda….

siṃsapāvana →

dppn

…83.34133parkSiṃsapāvana2Sīsapāvane

A grove in Kosambī, where the Buddha once stayed. SN.v.437

25.37131,…

sobhita →

dppn

…Buddha. MN.iii.71

Sobhita2

A monk who was foremost among those who could remember past births. AN.i.25 Thag.165–166

He was once…

sogandhika →

dppn

A hell, or a period of suffering in Avīci. SN.i.102 Snp.126

5hell

soma →

dppn

…Pajāpati and Yama. DN.i.244 DN.ii.259

In the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta DN.iii.204 he is spoken of as a Yakkha chief.

somā →

dppn

…SN.i.129 Thig.60–62

Somā2

Sister of Sakulā and queen of Pasenadi. She was a devout follower of the Buddha. MN.ii.125 She is…

sopāka →

dppn

…only child. Thag.33

Sopāka2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse says that he walked with the Buddha when aged seven, and answered his…

sovīra →

dppn

…in the Mahāgovinda Sutta. DN.ii.235

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

Eder,…

soṇa →

dppn

…Thag.365–369

Soṇa2KoḷivisaSukhumāla

A monk, foremost in those who strive energetically. AN.i.24 His hands and feet were…

soṇadaṇḍa →

dppn

…in the Soṇadaṇḍa Sutta. At the end of the discourse, Soṇadaṇḍa expressed his appreciation of the Buddha and his doctrine, and…

soṇā →

dppn

…Buddha. AN.iv.348

Soṇā2Bahuputtikā

A Therī. She was declared foremost among nuns for capacity of effort. She had ten sons and…

subha →

dppn

…Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

Subha2TodeyyaputtaBhāradvāja

A young brahman student. He once visited the Buddha in Sāvatthī, asking…

subhadda →

dppn

Subhadda1

When the Buddha died and the monks stood weeping, Subhadda asked them to rejoice instead, saying— “We are well rid of the…

subhagavana →

dppn

…he preached the Brahmanimantanika Sutta MN.i.326 SN.i.142 It was under a sāla tree in Subhagavana that the Mūlapariyāya Sutta was preached….

subhakinnā →

dppn

SubhakinnāSubhakiṇṇāSubhakiṇhā

A class of Brahmas who occupy the ninth Rūpa-world; a division of the Subha devā.MN.iii.102 DN.ii.69…

subhā →

dppn

Subhā1

A group of Brahmās; the group includes the Parittasubhā, the Appamāṇasubhā and the Subhakiṇhā….

subhūta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how, when someone lives the wrong way they blame their bad luck, and praises one who only speaks about what they actually do. Thag.320–324

subhūti →

dppn

He was declared chief of those who lived remote and in peace, and of those who were worthy of gifts. AN.i.24 The Buddha also praised his skill in meditation. Ud.vi.7

A verse attributed to him is incl …

subrahmā →

dppn

Subrahmā1

A devaputta. He visits the Buddha at Veḷuvana and tells him that his heart is full of dismay. The Buddha replies that the…

subāhu →

dppn

Subāhu1

He was the son of a seṭṭhi family of Benares, and was the friend of Yasa. When Yasa and his companions joined the Order…

sucimukhī →

dppn

…denial. He lived neither by such low arts as divination, nor by star gazing, going errands, or palmistry. Sucimukhī understood, and went about…

sucitti →

dppn

An Asura, one of the Dānaveghasas, present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.259

sudassana →

dppn

Nephew of Pasenadi. The Buddha taught him a stanza to recite whenever Pasenadi sat down to a meal, in order that the king might observe moderation in eating. For this service Pasenadi paid him one hun …

sudassā →

dppn

A Brahma world; one of the Suddhāvāsā. Five kinds of Anāgāmīs are born there. MN.i.289 DN.ii.52 DN.iii.237

sudassī →

dppn

A Brahma world, one of the Suddhāvāsā. The inhabitants of this world are friendly with those of Akaniṭṭhā. DN.ii.52 MN.i.259 DN.iii.237…

sudatta →

dppn

…SN.i.53

Sudatta3SudantaKumāputtassa therassa sahāyaka

A monk whose Theragāthā verse criticizes those who wander unrestrained….

suddhanā →

dppn

An eminent lay woman disciple of the Buddha. AN.iv.347

suddhavāsa →

dppn

A Pacceka Brahmā who, with Subrahmā, went to visit the Buddha, but, finding him in meditation during the noonday heat, went to see a certain…

suddhikabhāradvāja →

dppn

SuddhikabhāradvājaSuddhikaBhāradvāja

A brahmin who visited the Buddha at Jetavana and stated that a man can be purified only by knowledge of the…

suddhodana →

dppn

…had also a daughter called Sundarī Nandā. When the Buddha ordained both Rāhula and Nanda, Suddhodana was greatly distressed lest other parents…

suddhāvāsakāyikādevā →

dppn

SuddhāvāsakāyikādevāSuddhāvāsakāyikā

A group of devas, inhabitants of the Suddhāvāsā, who appeared before the Buddha and recited three…

suddhāvāsā →

dppn

…Avihā, Atappā, Sudassā, Sudassī and Akaniṭṭhā. DN.iii.237

There anāgāmīs are born, and there they attain arahantship.

The Buddha is…

sudhamma →

dppn

Sudhamma1

He lived in Macchikāsaṇḍa, in a monastery (the Ambātakārāma) provided by Citta. Citta used to invite Sudhamma to his…

sudinna →

dppn

…wealth for want of an heir. Sudinna agreed, and had intercourse three times with her. She became pregnant, and in due course a son was born, who…

sudāṭha →

dppn

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

sugandha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of going forth after one rainy season, then attaining the Dhamma. Thag.24

suhemanta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse cryptically speaks of 100 signs. Thag.106

sujāta →

dppn

A monk who the Buddha commended on his spiritual and physical beauty. SN.ii.278f.

sujātā →

dppn

Sujātā1

The foremost laywoman in being first to go for refuge. DN.ii.135 AN.i.26

Sujātā2

A lay woman of Ñātikā. The…

sukkā →

dppn

Sukkā1

A bhikkhunī who was famous as a teacher of Dhamma, to the extent that a spirit went Rājagaha about praising her and exhorting…

suleyyā →

dppn

A class of devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

sumana →

dppn

Sumana1

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of having accomplished all that he was aksed to do….

sumanā →

dppn

Sumanā1Sumanārājakumārī

She was the daughter of the king of Kosala and sister of Pasenadi. She is included among the eminent…

sumaṅgala →

dppn

Sumaṅgala1

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of being well rid of three crooked things, and exhorts himself to meditation….

sumaṅgalamātā →

dppn

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses celebrate her freedom from household drudgery and her brutal husband. Thig.23–24

sumbha →

dppn

Sumbha1

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

Sumbha2

A country in which was Desaka, where Udāyi visited the Buddha during a stay,…

sumedhā →

dppn

She was the daughter of King Koñca of Mantāvatī. Her Therīgāthā verses, of which she has the greatest number of any of the nuns, speak of the emptiness of the home life and the advantages of going for …

sumukha →

dppn

A Yakkha chief, to be invoked in time of need by followers of the Buddha. DN.iii.205

sumāgadhā →

dppn

…in Queen Udumbarika’s park. The Buddha was walking about in the open air near Sumāgadhā, just before he preached the…

sunakkhatta →

dppn

…Sutta. MN.i.68ff. The Sunakkhatta Sutta MN.ii.252ff. was evidently preached to Sunakkhatta before he joined the Order, while the Pātika…

sundara →

dppn

…into her mouth. A doubt arose in his mind as to whether any blame attached to him and he consulted the Buddha, who said that as Sundara had not…

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 …

sundarika →

dppn

…between the Buddha and Sundarika is given in the Sutta Nipāta too, Snp.p.79f. but there the details differ greatly, though the topic of…

sundarikā →

dppn

…SN.i.167…

sundarī →

dppn

…Roar.

Sundarī1Sundarikā

A Paribbājikā. She listened to the persuasions of her colleagues, the heretics, and would be seen in…

sundarīnandā →

dppn

Sundarīnandā1

Younger sister of Thullanandā; she had two other sisters, Nandā and Nandavatī. Sāḷha Migāranattā seduced her, and…

sunetta →

dppn

…various other worlds. Then Sunetta, seeing that some among his disciples were as good as himself, developed mettā to a much greater degree; but…

sunidha →

dppn

A minister of Māgadha, who, with Vassakāra, was in charge of the fortifications of Pāṭaligāma, built in order to repel the Vajjīs. These two are always mentioned together. They invited the Buddha to a …

sunimmita →

dppn

A devaputta, king of the Nimmānaratī world. SN.iv.280 AN.iv.243

sunāga →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of one who understands the mind, practicing jhāna happily. Thag.85

sunāparanta →

dppn

…permission, he returned to Sunāparanta. The people of Sunāparanta were reported as being fierce and violent. MN.iii.268…

sunīta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of his humble origins and how he bowed and scaped before many people, until he was lifted up by the Buddha. Practcing in the forest he realized the Dhamma, so that …

supabbā →

dppn

An upāsikā of Rājagaha. She held the view that one who offered herself for sexual intercourse gave the supreme gift. Vin.iii.39

supatiṭṭhita →

dppn

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

suppabuddha →

dppn

…in the world would change Suppabuddha. Soon after, Suppabuddha visited the Buddha, and, having worshipped him, was on his way to the city when he…

suppagedha →

dppn

A Yakkha, to be invoked by followers of the Buddha in time of need. DN.iii.205

suppatiṭṭha cetiya →

dppn

Suppatiṭṭha CetiyaSupatiṭṭhacetiya

A shrine near the Latthivanuyyāna in Rājagaha. Vin.i.35

near the Latthivanuyyāna3shrine

suppatiṭṭhita →

dppn

…Koravya visited Sakka and consulted him. Sakka sent a squall to punish the deva and made the deva appear before him full of repentance. Then Sakka…

suppavāsā →

dppn

SuppavāsāKoliyadhītā

A lay woman who lived in the Koliyan village of Sajjanela, where the Buddha visited her and preached to her on the efficacy…

suppiya →

dppn

Suppiya1

A Paribbājaka. He was the teacher of Brahmadatta. It was the discussion between these two, in the Ambalaṭṭhikā park,…

suppiyā →

dppn

Suppiyā1

The name of the inhabitants of Rājagaha in the time of Kassapa Buddha. At that time Vepulla was called Supassa….

suriya →

dppn

…the sun or the god of the sun. Once, when he was seized by Rāhu, lord of the Asuras, he invoked the power of the Buddha, and the Buddha enjoined…

suriyavaccasā →

dppn

SuriyavaccasāBhaddā

A Gandhabba maiden, daughter of Timbaru.

When she went to dance before Sakka, Pañcasikha saw her and fell in love with her,…

surādha →

dppn

A monks whose Theragāthā verses speak of attaining the goal of the spiritual life. Thag.135–136

susumāragiri →

dppn

SusumāragiriSuṃsumāragiri

A city in the Bhagga country, of which it was probably the capital. Near the city was the Bhesakalāvana where the…

susārada →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of the advantages of associating with good people. Thag.75

susīma →

dppn

Susīma1

A devaputta. Once, when Ānanda utters high praise of Sāriputta, Susīma, who is present, reflects on it and confirms all…

sutanu →

dppn

A stream at Sāvatthī. Anuruddha is mentioned as having stayed near by. SN.v.297

Sāvatthī3river

sutanā →

dppn

SutanāSudhanā

An eminent upāsikā. AN.iv.347

sutavā →

dppn

Sutavā1

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

Sutavā2

A wanderer who visited the Buddha on Gijjhakūṭa…

suvidehā →

dppn

The name of a country and its inhabitants. MN.i.225

It is that part of Videha which is opposite Māgadha, on the other side of the Ganges.

that part of Videha which is opposite Māgadha, on the other …

suvīra →

dppn

…and asked him to fight the Asuras. Suvīra agreed to do this, but was very lazy about it. This happened three times. Sakka admonished him after the…

suyāma →

dppn

devaputta, chief of the Yāma-devas. AN.iv.242 DN.i.217

Suyāma2Suyāmana

A monk whose Theragāthā verses…

sāgata →

dppn

…Sāgata was endowed with supernatural power, and the overseers, who went to visit the Buddha at Gijjhakūṭa, were very impressed by his…

sāketa →

dppn

…Bhūta Thera was born in a suburb of Sāketa.

The Vinaya Vin.i.270f. mentions another seṭṭhi of Sāketa. His wife had suffered for seven…

sākya →

dppn

…states, in the Aggañña Sutta, that the Sākyans were vassals of King Pasenadi of Kosala. D.iii.83 (Sakyā … Pasenadi-Kosalassa anuyuttā…

sālavatikā →

dppn

SālavatikāSālavatī

A Kosalan village, given by Pasenadi to the brahmin Lohicca. There the Lohicca Sutta was preached. DN.i.224

Kosala3town

sālā →

dppn

…brahmin village of Kosala, its inhabitants were called Sāleyyakā. The Apaṇṇaka Sutta and the Saleyyaka Sutta were preached there. MN.i.285…

sāmagāma →

dppn

…according to the Pāsādika Sutta, DN.iii.117 the Buddha was in the mango grove of the Vedhaññā Sākiyans when the news, as given in the…

sāmā →

dppn

…Thig.37–38

Sāmā2Aparasāmā

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses speak of how, despite having gone forth for 25 years,…

sānu →

dppn

…thus to ensure for him supreme happiness. Sānu lost his intellectual discernment and grew distraught and longed to go roaming. His former…

sāriputta →

dppn

…by the other monks, and often praised by the Buddha. He features in many Suttas as a teacher. He passed away shortly before the Buddha.

sātapabbata →

dppn

…whom were present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.257

4hill

sāti →

dppn

…and the assembled monks the Mahātaṇhāsaṅkhaya Sutta. MN.i.256ff.

sātāgira →

dppn

A Yakkha. He persuaded his friend Hemavata to visit the Buddha on an uposatha day. Hemavata then asked the Buddha a series of questions….

sāvatthī →

dppn

…and the vast bulk of all Suttas are set there.

His first visit there was at the invitation of Anāthapiṇḍika. The chief patrons of the…

sāḷha →

dppn

…Vin.iv.211f.

Sāḷha2

A Licchavi, who once visited the Buddha at the Kūṭāgārasālā. AN.ii.200

Sāḷha3

A…

sīha →

dppn

…the Buddha set forth.

Sīha2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of remaining vigilent by day and night….

sīhā →

dppn

…years she tried, without success, to concentrate her mind. Then she tied a noose round her neck and fastened the end to a tree, and in this…

sīsupacalā →

dppn

Māra once tempted her with thoughts of sensual pleasures, but she sent him away discomfited Thig.190–203 SN.i.133f.

sītavana →

dppn

…trembling. But he was reassured by a friendly Yakkha, Sīvaka. Vin.ii.155f. When the Buddha was staying there, Māra asked him to die….

sīvaka →

dppn

…of need. DN.iii.205

Sīvaka2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse says his preceptor, Vanavaccha, asked him to go from here, and that though…

sūciloma →

dppn

…asked him a question regarding the origin of various persuasions, and the Buddha answered him.

sūkarakha →

dppn

…he preached the Dīghanakha Sutta to Dīghanakha. Sāriputta was also present, and the sutta led to his attainment of arahantship. MN.i.497…

sūra →

dppn

A messenger of Kuvera. DN.iii.201

sūrambaṭṭha →

dppn

An eminent lay disciple, declared by the Buddha foremost among his followers in unwavering loyalty. AN.i.26 AN.iii.451

sūrasena →

dppn

One of the sixteen Great Nations. It is mentioned with Maccha, and was located in the south of the Kuru country. Its capital was Mathurā. It is famous in the Epics and the Purānas because of its conne …

tagarasikhī →

dppn

…his way to a park, spoke insultingly to him, and, as a result, was born as a leper in this birth. Ud.v.3

The Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.i.92f.

tapodārāma →

dppn

…said DN.ii.116 that on one such occasion the Buddha gave Ānanda the chance of asking him to live for a whole kappa, but Ānanda failed to make…

tapussa →

dppn

TapussaTapassu

A merchant of Ukkalā. He and his friend, Bhalluka, while on their way to Rājagaha, saw the Buddha at the foot of the Rājāyatana…

tavakaṇṇika →

dppn

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

tavakinnoka →

dppn

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

tavannika →

dppn

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

tekicchakārī →

dppn

…verses speak of how, by recollecting the triple Gem and the four immeasurables, he overcomes lack of food and comfort. Thag.381–386

thullanandā →

dppn

…and gave vent to her displeasure at what she considered Kassapa’s presumption. But we are told that soon after that she left the Order….

thūlū →

dppn

…The village of Uttarakā belonged to them, and when the Buddha was staying there with Sunakkhatta, the latter was greatly taken up with the…

timbaru →

dppn

A chieftain of the Gandhabbas and father of Suriyavaccasā. DN.ii.266 DN.ii.268

He was present at the Mahāsamaya. DN.ii.258

tissa →

dppn

…Buddha. DN.ii.4

Tissa2

A monk who was reborn as a Brahmā with great iddhi-powers. Moggallāna visited him soon after his…

todeyya →

dppn

…of Rāmaputta.

Todeyya2

A disciple of Bāvarī. Snp.1006 He visited the Buddha, and his questions, with the answers given by the…

tuṭṭha →

dppn

A lay disciple of Ñātika who died and was reborn in the Suddhāvāsa, there to attain Nibbāna. SN.v.358 DN.ii.92

tālaputa →

dppn

…end allowed himself to be persuaded, and told Tālapuṭa that those who induce sensual states in others will be reborn in purgatory. Tālapuṭa…

ubbhataka →

dppn

…It was on this occasion that Sāriputta recited the Saṅgīti Sutta. DN.iii.207ff.

Pāvā3building

udaya →

dppn

…Buddha. SN.i.173f.

Udaya2

A brahmin, pupil of Bāvarī. When his turn came to question the Buddha, he asked him to explain…

uddaka →

dppn

…he had no justification for such a claim.

Again, in the Pāsādika Sutta DN.iii.126–127 the Buddha tells Cunda that when Uddaka said “seeing,…

udena →

dppn

…Buddha. SN.iv.110f.

Udena2

A thera. He once stayed, after the Buddha’s death, in the Khemiyambavana near Benares. There the brahmin…

udāyibhadda →

dppn

…was— “Would that my son, Udāyibhadda, might have such calm as this.”. DN.i.50

udāyī →

dppn

…to him. AN.iii.184

Udāyī2

There were at least two monks called Udāyī, and it is not always possible to be sure which one is meant….

ugga →

dppn

…veneration. AN.ii.180

Ugga2

A householder of Hatthigāma of the Vajji country. Among householders he was declared by the Buddha to be…

uggaha →

dppn

…to be married. The Buddha preached to them the Uggaha Sutta. AN.iii.36ff.

uggatasarīra →

dppn

…the Buddha at Jetavana to consult him as to the efficacy of the sacrifice. Three times he told the Buddha that he had heard that the laying down of…

ujjaya →

dppn

…Sutta. MN.iii.70

Ujjaya2

A monk whose verse is in the Theragāthā. Thag.67

Ujjaya3

A brahmin. He once went to the…

ukkacelā →

dppn

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

The Cūḷagopālaka Sutta was also preached at Ukkacela….

ukkaṭṭha →

dppn

…that the Mūlapariyāya Sutta MN.i.1ff. was preached.

In the Brahmanimantika Sutta MN.i.326 SN.i.142 the Buddha says that it was while he…

ummāpupphā →

dppn

A class of devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

upacālā →

dppn

…tried to arouse in her sensual desires, but she vanquished him and became an arahant. This account is found in both the Therīgāthā and the…

upaka →

dppn

…born in Avihā.

Upaka2Maṇḍikāputta

He once visited the Buddha at Gijjhakūṭa and stated before him his view that whoever…

upananda →

dppn

…later. Vin.i.83

Upananda2

Four Pacceka Buddhas, mentioned in the Isigili Sutta….

upanīta →

dppn

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

upasīdarī →

dppn

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

upavatta →

dppn

…the Buddha, in order to disabuse his mind, preached to him the Mahā Sudassana Sutta. DN.ii.169f.

26.73012,83.898632park

upavāna →

dppn

…on which Upavāna consulted the Buddha on matters of doctrine, once regarding the arising of suffering SN.ii.41–2 and once on the…

uposatha →

dppn

The name of the Elephant Treasure of the Cakkavatti Mahāsudassana. He was “all white, sevenfold firm (sattappatiṭṭha), wonderful in power,…

uppala →

dppn

Uppala1

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

Uppala2

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

5hell

uppalavaṇṇā →

dppn

…Uppalavaṇṇā are the measure of his women disciples, and that the believing nun, if she would aspire perfectly, should aspire to be like them….

upāli →

dppn

…dwell in solitude.

Upāli2

A lad of Rājagaha. His parents, wishing him to live a life of ease, did not have him instructed in any of…

uruvelakappa →

dppn

…the householder Tapassu arrived and told Ānanda that be could not understand how young men in the prime of life found any attraction in…

uruvelā →

dppn

…came to the Buddha and assumed various wondrous shapes, beautiful and ugly. Another time Māra tried to fill the Buddha’s mind with doubt as…

uruvelākassapa →

dppn

…The Buddha asked him to consult with his pupils, and they cut off their hair and threw it with their sacrificial utensils into the river and were…

uruññā →

dppn

…the Kaṇṇakatthala Sutta. MN.ii.125ff.

It was here too that Nigaṇṭha Kassapa came to see the Buddha. This visit is recorded in the…

usabha →

dppn

…insight. Thag.110

Usabha 2

After entering a town for alms while riding an elephant, he became ashamed and attained enlightenment….

uttamā →

dppn

…Thig.42–44

Uttamā2

A bhikkhunī whose verses in the Therīgāthā tell of how, as a daughter of the Buddha, she has developed…

uttara →

dppn

…Thag.121–122

Uttara2

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

Uttara3

A devaputta who…

uttarakuru →

dppn

…in the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta. DN.iii.199ff. The men who live there own no property nor have they wives of their own; they do not have to…

uttarakā →

dppn

Uttarakā2

A village of the Thūlūs. The Buddha once stayed there and Sunakkhatta was in his company. At that time Korakkhattiya was…

uttaramātā →

dppn

…as she passed Jetavana at sunset looking for food, with her daughter on her hip and holding her son by his finger, she saw the assembly, intently…

uttarā →

dppn

…awakening. Thig.15

Uttarā2

The Therīgāthā contains seven verses uttered by her after becoming an arahant, the result of her…

uttarāpatha →

dppn

…and horses were brought down for sāle from there to such cities as Benares.

???3region

uttiya →

dppn

…Buddha’s answers.

Uttiya2

One of four monks with similar Theragāthā verses, the others being Godhika, Subāhu and Valliya. The…

uvāla →

dppn

…confessed it, then denied it again, and made counter-charges and spoke lies, knowing them to be such. The Buddha requested the monks to carry out…

uṇṇābha →

dppn

…desire by means of jhāna, suggests that it would be a task without end. But Ānanda, by means of an illustration, explains how the task does come…

vacchagotta →

dppn

…were chiefly concerned with such mythical questions as to whether the world is eternal, the nature of life, the existence or otherwise of the…

vajirapāṇi →

dppn

…duty to frighten such people by appearing before them in the sky, armed with a thunderbolt, which he was ready to hurl if necessary. He…

vajirā →

dppn

Vajirā2

The Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.i.134f. relates that one day, when she was meditating in Andhavana at Sāvatthī, Māra questioned…

vajjiyamāhita →

dppn

…austerity and asceticism; such penances as led to the destruction of evil states and the promotion of good states, he welcomed and encouraged….

vajjī →

dppn

…the Vajjian country, the usual route being through Kosala, Malla, Vajji, Kāsi, Māgadha, and thus back, SN.v.348 and he preached to the people,…

vakkali →

dppn

…He questioned Vakkali, who assured him that he had no cause to reprove himself with regard to morals; his only worry was that he had not been able…

valāhaka →

dppn

The horse of Mahāsudassana. He is all white, with a crow black head and a dark mane. DN.ii.174 SN.iii.145

vappa →

dppn

…Theragāthā. Thag.61

Vappa2

A Sākiyan, disciple of the Nigaṇṭhas. He visits Moggallāna and they talk of the āsavas. The…

varuṇa →

dppn

…SN.i.219

In the Tevijja Sutta. DN.i.244 Varuṇa is mentioned with Indra, Soma, Isāna, Pajāpati, Yamaand Mahiddhi, as the gods invoked by…

varuṇā →

dppn

A class of deities present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta.DN.ii.259 DN.ii.260 They probably form the retinue of Varuṇa.

vasabha →

dppn

…verses speak of one who kills himself and others, and then address a certain Sujampati, saying that a brahmin has color on the inside….

vasavattī →

dppn

…practised in past births, he surpasses the devas of his world in ten things: divine life, beauty, happiness, pomp and power, divine shapes, sounds,…

vassakāra →

dppn

…the Gopaka Moggallāna Sutta, MN.iii.8ff. Vassakāra is represented as arriving in the middle of a conversation, which Gopaka Moggallāna…

vasū →

dppn

A class of devas of whom Sakka is the chief. DN.ii.260

vaḍḍha →

dppn

…Vaḍḍhamāna.

Vaḍḍha2

A monk whose Theragāthā verses express thanks to his mother and sister for encouraging him in the…

vaṃsa →

dppn

…of Bhagga, in which was Suṃsumāragiri, seems to have been subject to the Vaṃsa in the Buddha’s time, for we find Udena’s son, Bodhi, living…

vaṅgīsa →

dppn

…by the Buddha—e.g., the Subhāsita Sutta, Thag.1227–1230 a sutta on Nibbāna, Thag.1238–1245 and a sutta preached at the Pavāraṇā…

vebhāra →

dppn

One of the five hills surrounding Rājagaha. MN.iii.68 In this hill was the Sattapaṇṇiguhā, where the first Convocation was held. Vin.ii.76 The…

vedhaññā →

dppn

…to them that the Pāsādika Sutta was preached. DN.iii.17 From the Sāmagāma Sutta MN.ii.244 it would appear that these Sākiyans lived in…

vediyaka →

dppn

…Buddha on the occasion of the preaching of the Sakkapañha Sutta. DN.ii.263 DN.ii.264

???1hill

veghanasā →

dppn

A class of devas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.261

vehapphala →

dppn

…128…

vejayanta →

dppn

…him.

5buildingVejayanta2

A chariot owned by Sakka, with Mātali as charioteer. SN.i.224

Vejayanta3

The chief of the…

vekaliṅga →

dppn

…Jotipāla, and there he himself preached the Ghaṭīkāra Sutta. MN.ii.45ff.

Kosala3town

velāmikā →

dppn

…women who waited on Mahāsudassana, king of Kusāvatī. She was also called Khattiyānī. SN.iii.146 But in the Dīgha DN.ii.187 the chief queen…

venāgapura →

dppn

A brahmin village of Kosala, where the Buddha preached the Venāga Sutta. AN.i.180

Kosala3town

vepacitti →

dppn

…magic art. Vepacitti consulted the Asuras, and, as they were unwilling, he refused Sakka’s offer, warning him that Sambara, having practised…

vepulla →

dppn

…of Kassapa Buddha, it was Supassa

The people living near it were called, respectively, Tivaras, Rohitassas and Suppiyas. The mountain has…

verañjakā →

dppn

The brahmins of Verañjā, to whom the Verañjaka Sutta was preached. MN.i.290

verañjā →

dppn

…staying at Verañjā, supplied the monks with food. Moggallāna proposed to get food by the exercise of his magic power or by going with the…

veroca →

dppn

An Asura chieftain. All the hundred sons of Bali were named after him. DN.ii.259

He is probably identical with Verocana, lord of the Asuras’ who,…

vessāmitta →

dppn

…Vin.i.2451

Vessāmitta2

A Yakkha chief who, with five hundred others of the same name, was present at the preaching of the…

vesāli →

dppn

…Near by were other forests, such as Gosiṅgalasāla. AN.v.134

Among important suttas preached at Vesāli are the Mahāli, Mahāsīhanāda,…

vesālā →

dppn

The Nāgas of Vesāli who were present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.258

vetaraṇi →

dppn

…SN.i.21 Snp.674 It may be the same as the great “Caustic River” referred to in the Devadatta Sutta. MN.iii.185 Its waters are sharp and bitter,…

veteṇḍu →

dppn

A vassal of the Four Great Kings, present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.258

veḷudvāra →

dppn

A brahmin village of the Kosalans where the Buddha once stayed and preached the Veḷudvāreyya Sutta. SN.v.352

Kosala3town

veḷuvana →

dppn

…bamboo grove in Kajaṅgalā, where the Buddha once stayed. The upāsakas of Kajaṅgalā, having…

veṇhu →

dppn

A deva who was present, with his retinue, at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.259 Veṇhu is a Pāḷi form of Viṣṇu.

vicakkanā →

dppn

A class of devas, present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.261

videha →

dppn

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

vijaya →

dppn

…layman. AN.iii.451

Vijaya2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse says that one without defilements may not be traced, like birds in the…

vijayā →

dppn

…and bliss. Thig.169–174 In the Saṃyutta Nikāya. SN.i.130 Māra, assuming the form of a young man, tried unsuccessfully to tempt her.

vimala →

dppn

…Vin.i.18f.

Vimala2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of being peaceful amidst a storm. Thag.50

Vimala3

A…

vipassī →

dppn

…is told in the Mahāpadāna Sutta. He was born in the Khema park in Bandhumatī, his father being Bandhumā and his mother Bandhumatī. He belonged…

virūpakkha →

dppn

…DN.iii.199 In the assembly of the devas he sits facing east. DN.ii.207 DN.ii.221

Virūpakkha2

A family of snakes or nāgas….

visākha →

dppn

…for Dhammadinnā.

Visākha2Pañcālīputta

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speaks of not attacking the virtuous, nor praising…

visākhā →

dppn

…visits to him, chief among such suttas being the famous discourse on the keeping of the uposatha, AN.i.205ff. AN.iv.255 the discourse of the…

viḍūḍabha →

dppn

ViḍūḍabhaViḍūḍabha

Son of Pasenadi and Vāsabhakhattiyā. Both in the Piyajātika Sutta MN.ii.110 and the Kaṇṇakatthala Suttas. MN.ii.127 Viḍūḍabha is spoken of as general.

viṭeṇḍu →

dppn

One of the vassals of the Four Great Kings present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.257

viṭu →

dppn

Vassal of the Four Great Kings present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.258

viṭucca →

dppn

Vassal of the Four Great Kings present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.258

vāruṇā →

dppn

A class of deities, followers of Varuda, who were present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.259

vāsavanesī →

dppn

A class of devas, present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.260

vāseṭṭha →

dppn

…MN.ii.200

Vāseṭṭha2

A clan, probably tracing its descent to the sage Vāseṭṭha (Sanskrit Vāsiṣṭha). In the Mahā…

vāseṭṭhī →

dppn

…is said that the brahmin Sujāta, father of Sundarī, met Vāsetthī, and, hearing her story, himself sought the Buddha at Mithilā where he…

vāyodevā →

dppn

A class of deities present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.259

yakkha →

dppn

…abodes, and work miracles, such as assuming any shape at will.

Sometimes the Yakkhas have been degraded to the state of red eyed cannibal ogres….

yama →

dppn

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

There is a tradition AN.i.142 that once Yama longed to be born as a…

yamataggi →

dppn

…who led a good life and persuaded his followers to do likewise. He was among the originators of the Vedic hymns. Vin.i.245 DN.i.238 DN.i.239…

yasa →

dppn

…fine clothes. Thag.117

Yasa2Kākandakaputta

A monk who lived about a century after the Buddha, and who was one of the leaders in the…

yasadatta →

dppn

…The Buddha knew what was in his mind, and at the end of the Sabhiya Sutta admonished him in five verses. Thag.360–364

yasoja →

dppn

…his companions, should have sunk into samādhi without greeting them, and three times during the night he tried to remind the Buddha of their…

yona →

dppn

…Kambojas in the Assalāyana Sutta MN.ii.149 as places in which there were only two classes of people, masters and slaves, and the master could…

yāma →

dppn

…but one day to the Yāma devā, and two thousand Years, composed of such days, form their life period. AN.i.213 AN.iv.253

ābha →

dppn

A generic name for devas distinguished for their brilliance, such as the Parittābhā and the Appamāṇābhā. MN.iii.102

ābhassarā →

dppn

…shouts of joy saying “aho sukham, aho sukham.” This sound is the best of sounds. These devas are completely enveloped in ease. AN.iii.202…

ādicca →

dppn

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

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

ājīvakā →

dppn

…make an end of pain. The pleasures and pain, measured out as it were with a measure, cannot be altered in the course of transmigration; there can be…

ākāsagotta →

dppn

…of it. The Buddha, having made inquiries, declared the performance of such an operation a thullaccaya offence. Vin.i.215–216

āmalakīvana →

dppn

…once stayed there, and it was on that occasion that the Cātumā Sutta was preached. MN.i.456

Cātumā3park

ānanda →

dppn

…with other Sākiyan princes, such as Bhaddiya, Anuruddha, Bhagu, Kimbila and Devadatta, and was ordained by the Buddha himself, Vin.ii.182 his…

āpaṇa →

dppn

…among them the Potaliya Sutta, MN.i.359ff. Laṭukikopama Sutta (to Udāyi), MN.i.447ff. Sela Sutta, MN.ii.146ff. Snp.p.102ff. and the…

āpā →

dppn

A class of deities who were present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.259

ārāmadaṇḍa →

dppn

…bondage and servitude to sensual lusts,“ answered Mahā Kaccāna; and for the same reason recluses quarrelled with recluses. “Is there anybody…

ātumā →

dppn

…the Mahā Parinibbāna Sutta DN.ii.131–132 the Buddha tells Pukkusa of another occasion on which he was staying in the Bhūsāgāra in…

āḷavaka →

dppn

…of questions Snp.p.31–33 SN.i.213ff.

Āḷavaka’s name appears in the Āṭānāṭīya Sutta, among the Yakkhas to whom followers of…

āḷavī →

dppn

Āḷavī1

A town between Sāvatthī and Rājagaha. The Buddha goes from Sāvatthī to Kīṭāgiri, thence to Āḷavī, and finally, to…

āḷavīgotama →

dppn

…who is mentioned in the Sutta Nipāta Snp.1146 in a verse spoken by the Buddha to Piṅgiya when the Buddha appeared in a ray of light at…

āḷārakālāma →

dppn

…but Gotama, not having succeeded in his quest, took leave of Āḷāra to go elsewhere. When, after having practised austerities for six…

īsāna →

dppn

…chief devas.

In the Tevijja Sutta DN.i.244 he is mentioned with Indra, Soma, Varuṇa, Pajāpati and Brahmā, as being invoked by the brahmins.

He…

ṭaṅkitamañca →

dppn

ṬaṅkitamañcaTaṅkitamañca

A place near Gayā. It was the residence of the Yakkha Sūciloma and the Buddha once stayed there. Snp.p.47f. SN.i.206

near Gayā3shrine

adukkhamasukha →

farkas

sem szenvedés, sem boldogság; semleges

asubha →

farkas

tisztátalan, csúnya

bhava →

farkas

lét, létesülés

kalyāna-mitta →

farkas

jóbarát, kedvező hatású barát

kāmesu micchācāra →

farkas

paráznaság

punabbhava →

farkas

újralétesülés, újraszületés

saṁvega →

farkas

sürgető kényszer

sukha →

farkas

boldog, boldogság, kellemes

ababa →

ncped

the name of a hell, or place in Avīci, where one suffers for an ababa of years.

abbhantara →

ncped

…space, interval; the inside, interior. 2. a measure of length (= 28 hatthas).

abbhañjiṃsu →

ncped

abbhaññāsuṃ →

ncped

abbheti →

ncped

summons; recalls, rehabilitates a bhikkhu who has been temporarily expelled.

abbhudayati →

ncped

rises (as the sun); rises over

abbhudeti →

ncped

rises (as the sun); rises over

abbhudāhasi →

ncped

(he) uttered, introduced (a subject of conversation).

abbhudīresuṃ →

ncped

abbhussukkamāna →

ncped

rising towards; ascending to

abbhusūyaka →

ncped

indignant at, impatient of.

abbudda →

ncped

… 2. (m.) the name of a hell, or place in Avīci, where one suffers for an abbuda of years.

abbāhitvā →

ncped

abbāhitvā1

absol.

abbāhitvā2

absol. having torn up; having pulled out, having drawn out.

abhibhuyya →

ncped

having overcome; having surpassed; victorious.

abhibhū →

ncped

vanquishing, overcoming; one who surpasses; a master, a sovereign.

abhihariṃsu →

ncped

abhijappati →

ncped

mutters prayers to, supplicates; prays for, longs for, covets

abhijappayati →

ncped

mutters prayers to, supplicates; prays for, longs for, covets

abhijjhāyiṃsu →

ncped

abhikkanta →

ncped

…(of the night, in the second or third watch); excellent, admirable; beautiful, surpassing, splendid.

  1. (n.) advancing, approaching; going forwards

abhikīrati →

ncped

abhikīrati1

pr. 3. sg. scatter over; to sprinkle

abhikīrati2

pass. pr. 3. sg. is scattered, is dispersed

abhinandana →

ncped

welcome; pleasure, delight.

abhinandiṃsu →

ncped

abhineti →

ncped

leads near; brings to; summons.

abhinibbatta →

ncped

resulting; produced; reborn

abhinibbattati →

ncped

results (from); is produced; becomes, is reborn.

abhinibbattesuṃ →

ncped

abhinibbhijja →

ncped

splitting asunder; breaking through.

abhinimmadana →

ncped

subduing; controlling.

abhinimmināti →

ncped

creates (by magic or supernatural power); produces, forms, shapes.

abhinipphādesuṃ →

ncped

abhinisīdiṃsu →

ncped

abhinivatteti →

ncped

abhinivatteti1

pr. 3 sg. gives up, abandons

abhinivatteti2

pr. 3 sg. takes out; removes.

abhinīta →

ncped

  1. brought near, summoned; brought to (a parlous state), brought low.
  2. highly finished, excellent

abhippasīdiṃsu →

ncped

abhiraddha →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) satisfied, pleased; conciliated; successful.
  2. (n.) successful accomplishment, success.

abhirama →

ncped

delight; pleasure.

abhiramati →

ncped

delights (in); finds pleasure (in); is content; has sexual intercourse (with, saddhiṃ + instr.)

abhiramāpana →

ncped

gladdening, entertaining; causing to find pleasure (in); producing contentedness.

abhirati →

ncped

pleasure, delighting (in, loc. or ifc.); contentment.

abhirādhita →

ncped

successfully attained.

abhirāja →

ncped

supreme king.

abhirājan →

ncped

supreme king.

abhisambujjhiṃsu →

ncped

abhisamesuṃ →

ncped

abhisaṅkharoti →

ncped

plans, prepares; creates, constructs, concocts; accumulates; produces a motive force (as a result of action).

abhisaṅkhāra →

ncped

preparation; development; performance; accumulation of motive force (as a result of action), impetus.

abhisevana →

ncped

pursuit of; indulgence in.

abhisiñciṃsu →

ncped

3 p.

abhitiṭṭhati →

ncped

stands supreme over; overpowers; surpasses.

abhivitarati →

ncped

goes through, finds out for certain; is sure.

abhivādesuṃ →

ncped

abhiyaṃsu →

ncped

abhiyiṃsu →

ncped

abhiññā →

ncped

…(& ~a m.?)

  1. higher or special knowledge; true understanding.
  2. a special or supernatural…

acc- →

ncped

-

prefix is the usual form of the prefix ati- before vowels other than ī. In words of more than three syllables the vowel following acc-

accaguṃ →

ncped

accaguṃaccagū

aor. 3 sg. surpassed, overcame.

accanta →

ncped

beyond the (usual) end or limit; excessive, very great; perpetual; absolute, complete; most commonly accantaṃ, adv., excessively, exceedingly;…

accantaruci →

ncped

having superior splendor, surpassing in splendor

accayato deseti →

ncped

confesses to an offense (as being such)

accayato passati →

ncped

recognizes an offense (as being such)

accayaṃ deseti →

ncped

confesses to an offense (as being such)

accayaṃ passati →

ncped

recognizes an offense (as being such)

accekacīvara →

ncped

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

accha →

ncped

accha1

mfn. clear; pure, clean; pellucid; transparent.

accha2

masculine a bear.

acchariya →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) wonderful, surprising, strange, marvelous; unusual, exceptional, of rare occurrence.
  2. (n. (and m.)) a wonderful thing; a marvel.

acchindimsu →

ncped

acchindāpesuṃ →

ncped

acchādesuṃ →

ncped

accāvadati →

ncped

speaks or addresses in an excessive or improper way; (tries to) surpass in speaking.

adaṃsu →

ncped

addhā →

ncped

certainly, for sure; truly; surely.

adhi →

ncped

…adverbs) expresses: superiority, abundance. 2. as preverb to verbs and their derivatives expresses: up to, towards, into; over, above; in…

adhibhoti →

ncped

adhibhotiadhibhosi

pr. 3 sg. overpowers, over comes; surpasses.

adhibrahma →

ncped

superior Brahmā; one higher than Brahmā.

adhibrahman →

ncped

superior Brahmā; one higher than Brahmā.

adhideva →

ncped

superior or supreme god; one above the gods.

adhiggaṇhāti →

ncped

  1. surpasses; excels; masters.
  2. receives.

adhika →

ncped

exceeding, surpassing; superior, predominant; more; too much, in excess.

adhikaraṇa →

ncped

  1. subject of discussion or attention; case, legal question; dispute (in the saṅgha, to be formally dealt with).
  2. cause.

adhikaraṇakārika →

ncped

one who causes disputes or lawsuits

adhimatta →

ncped

above measure, excessive; very great; greater.

adhimuccati →

ncped

  1. inclines to; believes, is sure of; is convinced.
  2. concentrates on; pervades (in thought or meditation); wills (magically), changes (by…

adhimuttacitta →

ncped

whose mind is so inclined, or has such a conviction

adhipāta →

ncped

adhipāta1

masculine making fall; injuring; (or splitting).

adhipāta2

masculine flying insect; moth.

adhiseti →

ncped

adhiseti1adhisayati

pr. 3 sg. lies down on.

adhiseti2adhisseti

pr. 3 sg. has recourse to, resorts to.

adhitiṭṭhati →

ncped

…upon; mounts; stands over, supervises; controls; designates, takes (formal) possession of (robe, bowl etc); resolves on, fixes the mind on,…

adhivattha →

ncped

adhivattha1

pp mfn. (act.) living in, inhabiting (loc).

adhivattha2

pp mfn. accepted; consented to

adhivimutti →

ncped

higher, superior release; as to release.

adhivāsesuṃ →

ncped

adhiṭṭhahati →

ncped

…upon; mounts; stands over, supervises; controls; designates, takes (formal) possession of (robe, bowl etc); resolves on, fixes the mind on,…

adhiṭṭheti →

ncped

…upon; mounts; stands over, supervises; controls; designates, takes (formal) possession of (robe, bowl etc); resolves on, fixes the mind on,…

adhiṭṭhita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.)
    1. (pass.) supervised; resolved on, undertaken; brought under control; possessed, designated, formally taken possession of; used. 2….

adhiṭṭhāna →

ncped

support, basis; standpoint; abode; determination, resolution; fixing the mind on; determining, controlling, producing (by supernatural power); taking…

adhiṭṭhāti →

ncped

…upon; mounts; stands over, supervises; controls; designates, takes (formal) possession of (robe, bowl etc); resolves on, fixes the mind on,…

aggahesi →

ncped

aggahesi1

aor. 3 sg.

aggahesi2

2 sg.

aggahesum →

ncped

aggalasūci →

ncped

bolt-pin, a bolt

aggha →

ncped

…of a guest; an offering of water etc. to a…

aggi →

ncped

…fire; a pyre (as or deal or suicide). 3. the ritual fire, the sacrificial fire; (one of) the three fires of brahmanical ritual; the god Aggi…

aggisādhārana →

ncped

subject to, vulnerable to, fire

agha →

ncped

…(& m.) & mfn.

  1. (n. m) wicked; pain, distress.
  2. (mfn.) bad; dangerous.

agha2

neuter (& m. or mfn.?) (?) the air, the sky;…

aghagata →

ncped

aghagata1

neuter wicked; distress

aghagata2

neuter sky; space

aghāvi →

ncped

being in misery; suffering pain.

aghāvin →

ncped

being in misery; suffering pain.

ahaha →

ncped

the name of a hell, or place in Avīci, where one suffers for an ahaha of years.

ahaṇkārapasuta →

ncped

devoted to the theory of self-creation

aho →

ncped

…or joy; admiration (sometimes ironic): oh! oh indeed! 3. dismay, painful surprise; compassion, regret: oh! alas!. 4. blame, reproach. 5….

ajjhabhāsiṃsu →

ncped

ajjhagamaṃsu →

ncped

ajjhagamā →

ncped

ajjhagamā1

aor. 3 sg.

ajjhagamā2

2 sg.

ajjhagaṃsu →

ncped

ajjhagā →

ncped

ajjhagā1

aor. 3 sg.

ajjhagā2

2 sg.

ajjhatta →

ncped

(from ajjhattaṃ) inner; subjective; within oneself; what is internal; oneself.

ajjhupekkhiṃsu →

ncped

akaniṭṭha →

ncped

the name of one of the highest classes of devas, the fifth class of suddhāvāsas.

akappayiṃsu →

ncped

akappiya →

ncped

…acceptable (for bhikkhus or bhikkhunīs); unsuitable, improper

akappiya2

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

akataññu →

ncped

akataññu1

neg. mfn. ungrateful

akataññu2

mfn. knowing what is not made ( nibbāna)

akaṃsu →

ncped

akhettaññu →

ncped

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

akilāsu →

ncped

untiring, unwearied; making every effort

akkamiṃsu →

ncped

akkha →

ncped

akkha1

masculine neuter

  1. an axle, an axle-tree.
  2. the collarbone.

akkha2

masculine a die; dice.

akkhikahāraka →

ncped

akkhikahāraka1

masculine one who removes eyes.

akkhikahāraka2

masculine one who collects seeds.

akkhāyati →

ncped

…3 sg.

akkhāyati2

pass. pr. 3 sg. is declared; is called, is stated to be; is named; esp. aggam ~ayati, is called the…

akkosakaparibhāsika →

ncped

(one) who abuses and insults.

akusala →

ncped

…is bad or evil; wrong or unsuitable action or behavior; what leads to suffering or is harmful.

  1. (mfn.) not good at, incompetent; not skilled,…

akāla →

ncped

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

akālacāri →

ncped

traveling or going for alms at the wrong time, an an unsuitable time

akālacārin →

ncped

traveling or going for alms at the wrong time, an an unsuitable time

akālavādi →

ncped

speaking at the wrong time, at an unsuitable time

akālavādin →

ncped

speaking at the wrong time, at an unsuitable time

akāle →

ncped

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

akālena →

ncped

at the wrong time, at an unsuitable time

akāma →

ncped

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

akāpurisasevita →

ncped

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

alamariya →

ncped

suitable for or worth of the noble ones; truly noble

alampateyyā →

ncped

suitable, fit for marriage

alaṃ →

ncped

…equal to; competent, able; suitable, fit for (+ gen./dat. personae; + dat. rei or inf.; or as predicate to subject in nom.). 2. enough of, no…

alaṅkammanīya →

ncped

suitable, adequate for the action

amara →

ncped

undying; not subject to death.

amba →

ncped

amba1

mfn. sour.

amba2

masculine & neuter

  1. (m.) the mango tree.
  2. (n. & m.) the mango fruit.

amuka →

ncped

such and such a person or thing.

amutra →

ncped

there; in such and such a place; in that.

anabhibhuyya →

ncped

not having overcome; not having surpassed; not victorious

anabhinandana →

ncped

or ~ā, feminine displeasure; disgust

anabhineyya →

ncped

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

anabhiraddha →

ncped

dissatisfied; sulky

anacchariya →

ncped

…not unusual, unexceptional; a natural thing or occurrence

anacchariya2

mfn. spontaneous, original; not articulated (before).

anacchariyaṃ →

ncped

naturally; not surprisingly

anadhiṭṭhāna →

ncped

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

anakkosakaparibhāsika →

ncped

(one) who does not abuse or insult

analaṃ →

ncped

not enough; not sufficient

analaṅkaritvā →

ncped

thinking insufficient; not finding satisfaction in

anantarāyika →

ncped

not subject to hindrance or danger; not forming an impediment

ananucchavika →

ncped

unsuitable; unbecoming

ananucchaviya →

ncped

unsuitable; unbecoming

ananulomika →

ncped

improper; unsuitable; not in accordance (with)

ananulomiya →

ncped

improper; unsuitable; not in accordance (with)

ananussuta →

ncped

not heard; not handed down by tradition.

ananuvajja →

ncped

not to be censured

anapalokita →

ncped

anapalokita1

pp mfn.

anappameyya →

ncped

immeasurable; boundless.

anatthasaṃhita →

ncped

…not useful, not profitable; not having meaning

anatthasaṃhita2

neg. mfn. connected with harm, harmful

anatīta →

ncped

not having past or overcome; subject to

anavassuta →

ncped

not leaking; not rotten; free from lust and defilement

anaññathābhāvi →

ncped

not subject to change

anaññathābhāvin →

ncped

not subject to change

anissuka →

ncped

not jealous, not envious.

anissuki →

ncped

not jealous; free from envy

anissukin →

ncped

not jealous; free from envy

anomanikkama →

ncped

of superior or excellent energy and exertion

anomanāma →

ncped

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

anopārambha →

ncped

not open to criticism, not censurable

anta →

ncped

…opposing principle.

anta2

mfn. last, ultimate; worst, mean, contemptible.

anta3

neuter (sg. & pl.) the bowels,…

antaradhāyiṃsu →

ncped

antarakappa →

ncped

( & n.) a subdivision or intermediate cycle of a mahākappa

antarubbhāra →

ncped

the removal (of the kaṭhina), ending (of the kaṭhina period and its special allowances) before the usual time

antarākāja →

ncped

load on a carrying pole suspended between two persons

anto-aruna →

ncped

anto-aruna

neuter the time before sunrise

anu-aya →

ncped

anu-aya

masculine

  1. lineage, succession; what follows, (logical) connection, inference, consequence.
  2. successor, immediate follower

anu FIXME double →

ncped

…with, along; after, behind; subordinate to, inferior to; according to, in conformity with; severally one after the other; repeatedly 2. as separate…

anu →

ncped

small, minute, atomic; subtle.

anubalappādana →

ncped

the giving of support; support.

anubandhanta →

ncped

(~antī)n. follows; keeps close to, attends closely; pursues.

anubandhati →

ncped

follows; keeps close to, attends closely; pursues.

anubandhisuṃ →

ncped

anubandhiṃsu →

ncped

anubhavati →

ncped

experiences, enjoys, suffers; partakes of, has a share in; attains, is equal to; is able; suffices

anubhaṇanā →

ncped

assenting, approval, supporting.

anubhoti →

ncped

experiences, enjoys, suffers; partakes of, has a share in. attains, is equal to; is able; suffices

anubhūta →

ncped

experienced, suffered, enjoyed

anucarati →

ncped

walks after or along; walks with; follows; pursues; prosecutes.

anucaṅkamiṃsu →

ncped

anucchava →

ncped

suitable, proper; fit for; corresponding to

anucchavi →

ncped

suitable, proper; fit for; corresponding to

anucchavika →

ncped

suitable (for); fit; proper

anucchaviya →

ncped

suitable (for); fit; proper

anuciṇṇa →

ncped

  1. (pass.) followed, practiced; pervaded; filled with.
  2. (act.) pursuing,

anudahati →

ncped

burns; consumes

anudhāvanaka →

ncped

pursuing; following.

anudhāvita →

ncped

pursuing

anuggaha →

ncped

anuggaha1

masculine favor, kindness; help, assistance.

anuggaha2

mfn. not taking up

anuggahita →

ncped

anuggahita1anuggahīta

pp mfn. made happy; satisfied; helped, furthered

anuggahita2

neg. mfn.

anuggata →

ncped

anuggata1

mfn. arisen along with.

anuggata2

neg mfn. not risen; not high

anuggaṇhanta →

ncped

anuggaṇhanta1

part. pr. mf(~antī)n.

anuggaṇhanta2

neg. mfn.

anukkhittaka →

ncped

who has not been suspended

anukulesu →

ncped

in each family; according to custom.

anuloma →

ncped

…rmity,…

anulomika →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) suitableagreeable; in accordance.
  2. (n.) conformity; that which accords.

anumajjati →

ncped

rubs, wipes; beats; applies (continuous) pressureconsiders thoroughly.

anumodiṃsu →

ncped

.

anunayamāna →

ncped

leading; conciliating; supplicating, persuading.

anunenta →

ncped

(~entī)n. leading; conciliating; supplicating, persuading.

anuneta →

ncped

one who leads or persuades or conciliates.

anunetar →

ncped

one who leads or persuades or conciliates.

anupabbajiṃsu →

ncped

anupadeti →

ncped

gives (in addition), hands over, provides; encourages, supports

anupahāra →

ncped

not bringing; non-supply

anuparidhāvati →

ncped

runs round and round; surrounds.

anupariharati →

ncped

surrounds, encircles; embraces.

anuparivāreti →

ncped

surrounds; stands by, takes the side of.

anupatati →

ncped

follows, pursues; falls in; falls upon, attacks.

anupavattayati →

ncped

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

anupavatteti →

ncped

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

anupavecchati →

ncped

gives, presents; supplies, confers upon

anupaññatti →

ncped

an additional or supplemental rule

anuppadeti →

ncped

gives (in addition), hands over, provides; encourages, supports

anuppavecchati →

ncped

gives, presents; supplies, confers upon

anuppaññatti →

ncped

an additional or supplemental rule

anupubbanirodha →

ncped

successive cessation.

anupubbavihāra →

ncped

gradual or successive stage (in meditation).

anupubbavihāri →

ncped

moving through successive stages.

anupubbavihārin →

ncped

moving through successive stages.

anupubbena →

ncped

gradually; successively, in due course.

anupādisesa →

ncped

…of material support (the result of previous kamma), absolute. 2. (of arhats) without any remnant of material support. 3. without any trace or…

anupādā →

ncped

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

anupādāna →

ncped

…(mfn.) without taking as one’s own, without holding on to; without (material) support, without fuel. 2. (n.) not holding; on to; absence of…

anupādāya →

ncped

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

anupāhāra →

ncped

not bringing; non-supply.

anurūpikā →

ncped

conforming; suitable.

anusarati →

ncped

follows, pursues; conforms oneself to

anusaññāyati →

ncped

goes through, travels about; inspects, supervises; goes along with, escorts

anusaṃyāyati →

ncped

goes through, travels about; inspects, supervises; goes along with, escorts

anusikkhati →

ncped

…someone’s example in; follows, imitates (someone, usually gen., occasionally acc.).

anussarati →

ncped

…3 sg. follows, pursues; conforms oneself to

anussarati2

pr. 3 sg. remembers, recollects, calls to mind;…

anussatiṭṭhāna →

ncped

subject of recollection

anussatānuttariya →

ncped

the supremacy of recollection

anussuka →

ncped

not busy, quiet, unconcerned

anussuta →

ncped

free from lust or defilement.

anussāvana →

ncped

-ā, feminine

  1. causing to be heard, sounding; proclamation (esp. of a kammavācā).
  2. canvassing, speaking repeatedly (in order to win support)

anussāvayati →

ncped

causes to be heard; speaks out; proclaims (esp. a kammavācā); presents (someone) for upasampadā; speaks repeatedly (in order to win support)

anussāvesuṃ →

ncped

anussāveti →

ncped

causes to be heard; speaks out; proclaims (esp. a kammavācā); presents (someone) for upasampadā; speaks repeatedly (in order to win support)

anusuyyaka →

ncped

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

anusuyyāyamāna →

ncped

not envious, not discontent

anusārī →

ncped

fragrant substance.

anusāsaka →

ncped

order to win support).

anusāvana →

ncped

-ā, feminine

  1. causing to be heard, sounding; proclamation (esp. of a kammavācā).
  2. canvassing, speaking repeatedly (in order to win support)

anusāveti →

ncped

causes to be heard; speaks out; proclaims (esp. a kammavācā); presents (someone) for upasampadā; speaks repeatedly (in order to win support)

anusūyaka →

ncped

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

anusūyāyamāna →

ncped

not envious, not discontent

anutappati →

ncped

  1. vexes; causes remorse (afterwards).
  2. , suffers remorse; regrets, repents (afterwards); sorrows over.

anuttara →

ncped

having no superior; supreme, best

anutthunanta →

ncped

anutthunanta1

part. pr. mfn.

anutthunāti →

ncped

anutthunāti1

pr. 3 sg. wails; deplores; laments (for)

anutthunāti2

pr. 3 sg. praises; speaks of repeatedly

anutthuṇāti →

ncped

anutthuṇāti1

pr. 3 sg. wails; deplores; laments (for)

anutthuṇāti2

pr. 3 sg. praises; speaks of repeatedly

anuvadanā →

ncped

approval; support.

anuvadati →

ncped

  1. repeats the words of; approves; agrees with.
  2. criticizes, censures.

anuvajja →

ncped

to be censured; a fault

anuvilokayati →

ncped

looks round at; surveys

anuviloketi →

ncped

looks round at; surveys

anuvāda →

ncped

  1. repetition, further explanation; approval, support; faction-forming.
  2. criticism; blame; sensure.

anuvādadhikaraṇa →

ncped

legal question or case concerning support, or concerning a faction, or a legal question or case arising from censure or criticism

anuyutta →

ncped

  1. (mfn.)applying oneself to, practicing; intent upon.
  2. (mfn. and m.) following, attending on; subject to; a vassal or subordinate king

anuyuñjiṃsu →

ncped

anuḍahati →

ncped

burns; consumes

anvagū →

ncped

…gone into, falling…

anvaya →

ncped

  1. lineage, succession; what follows, (logical) connection, inference, consequence.
  2. successor, immediate follower

anvādhika →

ncped

extra; an extra supply.

anādhāra →

ncped

without support; without a stand or holder

anādiyanta →

ncped

anādiyanta1

neg. mfn.

anādiyanta2

neg. mfn.

anādiyitvā →

ncped

anādiyitvā1

neg. absol. not taking; not receiving

anādiyitvā2

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

anāhāra →

ncped

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

anālamba →

ncped

without support, without anything to hold on to.

anāmanta →

ncped

without asking for permission; without consulting

anāmantā →

ncped

without asking for permission; without consulting

anānuloma →

ncped

unsuitable

anānuvajja →

ncped

not to be censured

anānuyāyin →

ncped

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

anārambha →

ncped

anārambha1

masculine absence of undertaking; non-exertion

anārambha2

mfn. not involving killing or destruction.

anārādhaka →

ncped

not winning approval, not pleasing; unsuccessful

anāsana →

ncped

an unsuitable seat, an unsuitable place for sitting

anāvattidhamma →

ncped

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

anāyatanaso →

ncped

in the wrong sphere or place; unsuitably

apacinati →

ncped

apacinati1

pr. 3 sg. diminishes, makes less; dismantles, does away with

apacināti2

pr. 3 sg. pays attention to; respects

apacināti →

ncped

apacināti1

pr. 3 sg. diminishes, makes less; dismantles, does away with

apacināti2

pr. 3 sg. pays attention to; respects

apadānasobhana →

ncped

(~ī)n. made clear or manifest in actions or by its results

apakkamiṃsu →

ncped

apalokayati →

ncped

  1. looks towards; looks back; looks to, considers.
  2. looks to for approval, consults; asks permission; asks or takes leave

apaloketi →

ncped

  1. looks towards; looks back; looks to, considers.
  2. looks to for approval, consults; asks permission; asks or takes leave

apaloketvā →

ncped

looking towards; considering; asking permission; taking leave; consulting

apalokita →

ncped

apalokita1

pp mfn. asked for leave; consulted

apalokita2

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

apanidhesuṃ →

ncped

  1. sg.

apara →

ncped

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

aparaddha →

ncped

…disappeared.

aparaddha2

pp mfn.

  1. (act.) having missed (the mark); having fallen short of (acc.); having done wrong (to) or…

apassayati →

ncped

leans against; has a support in; depends upon.

apassenaka →

ncped

rest, support.

apayiṃsu →

ncped

had gone away; had retreated.

apaṇṇaka →

ncped

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

apaṇṇakata →

ncped

sure, safe, certain; having a certain outcome.

apaṇṇakaṃ →

ncped

surely; certainly

api →

ncped

…as interrogative particle (usually at the beginning of a sentence or clause) 4. as emphasis to optative: perhaps, maybe; please may…; if only; I…

api ssu →

ncped

and further, moreover

api ssudaṃ →

ncped

and further, moreover

appamatta →

ncped

of small measure, little, insignificant

appameyya →

ncped

immeasurable; infinite, boundless.

appasadda →

ncped

appasadda1

mfn.

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

appasadda2

neuter quiet

appassuta →

ncped

appassuta1

mfn. of little learning, uneducated.

appassuta2

neuter little learning, ignorance

appassāda →

ncped

of little enjoyment; affording little pleasure

appasuta →

ncped

appasuta1

mfn. of little learning, uneducated.

appasuta2

neuter little learning, ignorance

appayati →

ncped

…of concentration; delivers up, gives; displays, exhibits

appayati2

pr. 3 sg. enters into; flows into

appe kacca →

ncped

usually; (repeated) some… others…

appekacca →

ncped

usually; (repeated) some… others…

appeti →

ncped

…of concentration; delivers up, gives; displays, exhibits

appeti2

pr. 3 sg. enters into; flows into

apphoṭayati →

ncped

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

apphoṭeti →

ncped

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

appossuka →

ncped

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

appossukka →

ncped

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

apāyaṃsu →

ncped

had gone away; had retreated.

arahat →

ncped

…and who is no longer liable to rebirth.

araha(t)2

part. pr. mfn.

ariya →

ncped

…(mfn. & m.) noble, sublime, fine; belonging to the noble ones (used esp. of the Buddha’s teaching and followers, almost =…

ariyagarahi →

ncped

reproaching, censuring the noble ones

ariyagarahin →

ncped

reproaching, censuring the noble ones

ariyasacca →

ncped

truth of the noble ones; a sublime truth

ariyasīli →

ncped

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

ariyasīlin →

ncped

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

ariyavaṃiksa →

ncped

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

ariyavihāra →

ncped

mode of life of the noble ones; a sublime state

ariyavāsa →

ncped

way of living of the noble ones; a sublime state

ariyūpavādi →

ncped

speaking ill of the noble ones, insulting the noble ones

ariyūpavādin →

ncped

speaking ill of the noble ones, insulting the noble ones

aruṇuggamana →

ncped

dawn; sunrise.

asana →

ncped

asana1

neuter eating; food.

asana2

neuter a shot; a missile, an arrow.

asecanaka →

ncped

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

asisūnā →

ncped

butcher’s knife and chopping block

asita →

ncped

asita1

neuter scythe; sickle.

asita2

pp neuter eating

assa →

ncped

…pl. also; cavalry.

assa2

masculine ashes; dust.

assa3

opt. 3 sg. assa + gen. (esp. preceded by siyä), (perhaps) it…

assaratana →

ncped

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

assattha →

ncped

assattha1

masculine the holy fig tree ficus religiosa.

assattha2

pp mfn. revived, recovered; comforted

assu →

ncped

assu1

neuter a tear; tears.

assu2

ind. expletive particle; particle of emphasis or inquiry.

assudaṃ →

ncped

indeed; certainly.

assuka →

ncped

tear; tears.

assumukha →

ncped

(~ā & ~ī)n.

  1. with tearful face, with a face wet with tears.
  2. involving or causing tearful face

assādayati →

ncped

tastes, tastes with relish; relishes, enjoys, takes pleasure

assādeti →

ncped

tastes, tastes with relish; relishes, enjoys, takes pleasure

assādiyati →

ncped

tastes, tastes with relish; relishes, enjoys, takes pleasure

asu →

ncped

that (as opposed to ayaṃ); such and such, a certain.

asucīka →

ncped

or mfn. impurity or impure.

asucīkamissita →

ncped

mixed with or associated with impurity or the impure

asuka →

ncped

such and such; so and so; a certain.

asura →

ncped

one of a class of supernatural beings, opposed to the devas; a titan.

asurakāya →

ncped

the asura world or sphere; a collective body of asuras.

asurinda →

ncped

chief or lord of the asuras

atappa →

ncped

the name of one of the highest classes of devas, the second class of suddhāvāsa devas.

ati →

ncped

…abundance, excess, superiority, transgression; the being beyond (the reach of). 2. as prefix to adjectives, adverbs expresses: very much,…

atiharāpesuṃ →

ncped

atikamma →

ncped

passing; passing through; surpassing; having gone beyond, beyond; beyond the norm; passing by, neglecting; transgressing; passing beyond, escaping,…

atikkamati →

ncped

…steps over; goes beyond; surpasses; overcomes. 2. goes beyond, crosses; escapes from. 3. oversteps; transgresses (against), passes by, neglects;…

atikkamiṃsu →

ncped

atikkamma →

ncped

passing; passing through; surpassing; having gone beyond, beyond; beyond the norm; passing by, neglecting; transgressing; passing beyond, escaping,…

atikkanta-mānussaka →

ncped

atikkanta-mānussaka

mf(-ikā)n. superhuman

atikkanta →

ncped

  1. having passed through or by; having gone beyond, overcome, surpassed; having elapsed.
  2. who has approached

atireka →

ncped

…excessive; more (than); superior, higher; iic: more than…; an extra…; a greater, a superior…; ifc (following numerals); plus; atirekaṃ,…

atiritta →

ncped

left over; remaining; extra, surplus.

atirocati →

ncped

outshines; surpasses in splendor; shines magnificently.

atitarati →

ncped

passes over, crosses; goes beyond, surpasses.

atta →

ncped

…oneself, as for oneself, often used in the sense of a nom.

atta2

mfn. full, complete (or personal)

attabhara →

ncped

supporting only oneself

attarūpa →

ncped

…for one’s own…

attavetanabhata →

ncped

supported by one’s own earnings

attha →

ncped

…and result as opposed to the theory; the interpretation as opposed to the text.

attha2

masculine neuter

  1. sets (of the sun or…

atthagata →

ncped

  1. set (of the sun).
  2. disappeared; destroyed.

atthakaraṇa →

ncped

(the place for) dealing with lawsuits; seat of judgment, courtroom

atthavasi →

ncped

pursuing an aim

atthavasika →

ncped

pursuing an aim; pursuing the goal

atthavasin →

ncped

pursuing an aim

atthi →

ncped

…also santiy to mean: there is (exists)… who…; it is the case that….

atthi(n)2

mfn. (mfn., sg. nom. m. ~i) desirous; wanting…

atthika →

ncped

…(instr.); aiming at, having as purpose (instr.); in need (of, instr.).

atthika2

mfn. who believes in the existence (of merit,…

atthin →

ncped

…also santiy to mean: there is (exists)… who…; it is the case that….

atthi(n)2

mfn. (mfn., sg. nom. m. ~i) desirous; wanting…

atthisukha →

ncped

delighting in possessing something, in the existence of something.

atthāraka →

ncped

(one) who covers (the kaṭhina); who supervises the communal robe-making and ritual.

avacchidda →

ncped

cut, torn asunder; full of holes.

avahariṃsu →

ncped

avakkāra →

ncped

leftovers or surplus from a meal.

avakkārapāti →

ncped

dish for the left overs or surplus

avasajjetvā →

ncped

throwing down (on); putting into; (or hanging on, suspending)

avasissiṃsu →

ncped

avassajjetvā →

ncped

throwing down (on); putting into; (or hanging on, suspending)

avassajī →

ncped

avassajī1

aor. 3 sg. let loose; gave up; dismissed

avassajī2

3 sg.

avassuta →

ncped

leaking; dripping, wet; foul, rotten; lustful, sexually excited.

avedhadamma →

ncped

not subject to trembling; unshakeable.

avhayati →

ncped

calls; summons; invokes; challenges; calls back

avheti →

ncped

calls; summons; invokes; challenges; calls back

avhāna →

ncped

summoning, invitation; invocation; naming.

avhāyana →

ncped

summoning, invitation; invocation; name.

aviha →

ncped

…the name of one of the highest classes o/devas, the first class of suddhāvāsas. 2. (n.) the world of the Aviha devas.

avivayha →

ncped

not marriageable; not suitable for marriage.

añjalī →

ncped

the cupped hands; esp. as raised to the head (as a gesture of respect or supplication).

aḍḍha →

ncped

aḍḍha1addha

masculine n.

  1. one half; a part.
  2. half a kahāpaṇa).

aḍḍha2addha

mfn. rich; wealthy; well-to-do.

aṅga →

ncped

…part of a whole, a subordinate division; a limb or aspect of something as a characteristic sign, an attribute, a quality; as a determining…

aṅgaṇa →

ncped

…a place to walk in; open space, a court; a clearing.

aṅgaṇa2

neuter a speck of dirt; a blemish; a moral blemish,…

aṅgārakāsu →

ncped

charcoal pit (with burning coal)

aṭaṭa →

ncped

the name of a hell or place in Avīci (where one suffers for an aṭaṭa (high number) of years).

aṭṭa →

ncped

…a watchtower.

aṭṭa2

mfn. a lawsuit, a legal case.

aṭṭa3

mfn. distressed, tormented, afflicted; molested,…

aṭṭakaraṇa →

ncped

(the place for) dealing with lawsuits; seats of judgment, courtroom

aṭṭakāraka →

ncped

one of the parties in a lawsuit

aṭṭakārikā →

ncped

one of the parties in a lawsuit

aṭṭhadoṇa →

ncped

num. divided into eight measures

aṭṭhakavaggiya →

ncped

belonging to the Aṭṭhakavagga of the Suttanipāta; (Snp 766–975).

aṭṭhaṅgasumāgata →

ncped

well joined with the eight parts; well endowed with eight parts or with eight qualities

aṭṭhaṅgasumāhita →

ncped

well joined or endowed with eight parts

cajati →

ncped

  1. leaves, abandon, gets rid of, frees oneself from.
  2. gives up; lets go, surrenders.
  3. emits.

cakka →

ncped

…sway. 3. an attainment, success, accomplishment (as a means, as wheels are means to progress) 4. a circle of possible cases, a series of…

cakkaratana →

ncped

the “wheel treasure” of the cakkavatti(n)

cakkhāyatana →

ncped

the sense-organ that is the eye; the sphere of visual perception.

calaka →

ncped

calaka1

masculine military officer.

calaka2

neuter a piece of food thrown away after its been chewed.

candimasuriyā →

ncped

the sun and the moon; the devas of the sun and moon.

candimasūriyā →

ncped

cariṃsu →

ncped

of carati

catu →

ncped

…m.n. catunnaṃ; f. catunnaṃ; loc. m.n.f catūsu, catusu) four.

catuhattha →

ncped

measuring four hattha measures; four hattha measures.

catuporisa →

ncped

, ~am, ind. measuring the height of four men; to the height of four men.

catur →

ncped

…m.n. catunnaṃ; f. catunnaṃ; loc. m.n.f catūsu, catusu) four.

caturassa →

ncped

…or rectangle (?) 3. (~assa) yoked with four horses.

caturassa2

mfn yoked with four horses.

caturaṅgula →

ncped

measuring four inches; measuring four fingers breadth.

caturaṅgulika →

ncped

measuring four fingers breadth.

caturādhiṭṭhāna →

ncped

having for supports (or resolutions)

caturāpāssena →

ncped

having four supports.

catutāla →

ncped

or~aṃ, ind. measuring the height of four palm-trees, to the height of four palm-trees.

catuyojanasitika →

ncped

measuring 400 yojanas.

caṅkamanasālā →

ncped

hall or enclosure for walking about in.

ce →

ncped

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

cetapharaṇatā →

ncped

, abstr. the suffusing or pervading the thoughts of others.

chanda →

ncped

…an absent bhikkhu.

chanda2

neuter

  1. (n.) a meter; a metrical text.
  2. the (form of the text) of the Vedas; (the language) of the…

chandas →

ncped

(& ~a., f.?)

chanda(s)2

neuter

channa →

ncped

…what is covered or roofed; a covered place, a roofed place

channa2

pp mfn. of chādeti suitable; fitting

chaporisa →

ncped

measuring the height of six men.

chatta →

ncped

umbrella; sunshade; a parasol; a parasol erected on a thūpa; a parasol as a sign of sovereignty; esp. as part of the regalia of a king; *chattaṃ…

chattanāḷi →

ncped

the handle of a sunshade.

chatāla →

ncped

measuring the height of six palm trees; to the height of six palm trees.

chayojanasatika →

ncped

measuring 600 yojanas.

chaḍḍesuṃ →

ncped

of chaḍḍeti

chaḍḍiya →

ncped

chaḍḍiya1

absol. of chaḍḍeti

chaḍḍiya2

fpp. mfn. of chaḍḍeti

cheka →

ncped

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

chijjati →

ncped

…pass.; the meanings overlap), (intrans.) breaks, breaks off; dries up, comes to an end.

chijjati2

pass. pr. 3 sg. of chindati is cut;…

chindi →

ncped

chindi1

aor. 3 sg. of chindati

chindi2

2 sg. of chindati

chindiṃsu →

ncped

of chindati

chinnapapātaṃ →

ncped

adverb falling as if cut down; or with a sudden steep fall; ? headlong, precipitately.

chādayati →

ncped

chādayati1

chādayati2

pr. 3 sg.

chādeti →

ncped

…hides, conceals.

chādeti2

pr. 3 sg.

  1. seems good (to, dat., sometimes acc.), pleases, is enjoyable (esp. of food)
  2. gratifies,…

chāyā →

ncped

  1. shade; shadow.
  2. the shadow (e.g. of a measuring-stick) measuring the time; the length of shadow (at the time of a bhikkhu’s upasampadā)

cirassuta →

ncped

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

citta →

ncped

…of consciousness.

citta2

mfn. & neuter bright, bright colored; decorated; may colored; extraordinary, wonderful; variegated;…

cittāgāra →

ncped

decorated pleasure house.

codesuṃ) →

ncped

of codeti

corikā →

ncped

corikā1

feminine

corikā2

feminine theft, stealing, banditry.

culla →

ncped

culla1cūlacūḷa

mfn. small, minor, lesser.

culla2

masculine a fireplace; a hearth.

cuṇṇaka →

ncped

hard substance ground into a powder or dust; aromatic powder; powder for washing.

cāpalasuṇa →

ncped

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

cātuyāmasusaṃvuta →

ncped

well controlled in regards to the four restraints.

dadiṃsu →

ncped

of dassati

dahati →

ncped

dahati1

pr. 3 sg.

dahati2

pr. 3 sg. puts, places; fixes; takes, holds; takes as, considers as.

dama →

ncped

…(mfn.) that is…

damaka →

ncped

one who subsists on leavings in return for service or as an ascetic practice.

damassu →

ncped

imperat. 2 sg. of dameti

damatha →

ncped

taming; subduing; restraint; mastery.

dameta →

ncped

ones who tames or subdues; a trainer.

dametar →

ncped

ones who tames or subdues; a trainer.

dameti →

ncped

tames; makes tame; subdues.

damita →

ncped

of dameti subdued; tamed

danta →

ncped

…ivory. 2. elephant’s tusks; ivory. 3. the tooth of a comb (?)

danta2

mfn. tamed, subdued; controlled; restrained.

dasabala →

ncped

…powers; the one who possesses ten powers, a buddha.

dasabala2

neuter pl. ten powers.

dasavassuddesika →

ncped

about ten years old.

dasikasutta →

ncped

thread from the end of cloth; ? a loose thread.

dassati →

ncped

dassati1

pr. 3 sg. gives; makes a gift; yields; applies.

dassati2

fut. 3 sg of dassati

dassesu →

ncped

of dasseti

dassesuṃ →

ncped

of dasseti

dassukhīla →

ncped

brigandage.

dayā →

ncped

sympathy; compassion; kindness (towards, usually loc.)

daḷhadamma →

ncped

daḷhadamma1

neuter firm, enduring, by nature.

daḷhadamma2

mfn. & neuter having a strong bow; a good archer.

daḷhuddāpa →

ncped

having a strong surrounding mound or rampart.

daṇḍapesuṃ →

ncped

were fined.

desesuṃ →

ncped

of deseti

devarāja →

ncped

king of the gods (usually Sakka/lnda)

deyyadhamma →

ncped

fee; a gift; something (suitable) to give.

dhamma →

ncped

…practice. 5. the substance of the teaching of the Buddha; the teaching as collected in the canon; the texts. 6. a constituent of…

dhammatā →

ncped

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

dhana →

ncped

wealth, riches, money, treasure.

dhava →

ncped

type of tree (grislea tomentosa or anogeissus latifolia)

dhaṃsati →

ncped

dhaṃsati1

pr. 3 sg. is bold; dares to attack.

dhaṃsati2

pr. 3 sg. falls (from); is gone (from); is deprived of.

dhaṃseti →

ncped

dhaṃseti1

caus. pr. 3 sg. of dhamsati dares to attack; offends

dhaṃseti2

caus. pr. 3 sg. of dhamsati makes fall; deprives of; destroys; scatters, disperses

dhenupa →

ncped

suckling calf; (or a milch cow)

dhenupaka →

ncped

suckling calf.

dhi →

ncped

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

dhovāpesuṃ →

ncped

of dhovati

dhuva →

ncped

…certainty; esp. for…

dhuvabhattika →

ncped

having a regular supply of meals.

dhāresuṃ →

ncped

of dhāreti

dhārā →

ncped

…a stream of water; a drop of liquid; a stream, a shower.

dhārā2

feminine the sharp edge of a knife or a sword etc.; a…

dhūmāyita →

ncped

obscured, darkened (as if by smoke); hot, suffering.

dibba →

ncped

divine; heavenly; belonging to gods; supernatural; magical, marvelous.

dibbacakkhu →

ncped

the divine eye; supernatural sight.

dibbacakkhuka →

ncped

(~ā ~ī)n. who possesses supernatural sight.

dibbasota →

ncped

supernatural hearing.

dibbasotadhātu →

ncped

supernatural hearing.

dibbaṃ cakkhu →

ncped

the divine eye; supernatural sight.

dibbā sotadhātu →

ncped

godlike or supernatural hearing.

dippati →

ncped

dippati1

pr. 3 sg. shines, blazes; is manifest; appears clearly.

dippati2

pass pr. 3 sg. of dīpeti

disā →

ncped

…(pl.) another region, another country; abroad; elsewhere.

disā2

adverb in the four directions.

diviya →

ncped

divine; heavenly; belonging to gods; supernatural; magical, marvelous

diṭṭhadhammasukha →

ncped

happiness in this life.

dosa →

ncped

…a detrimental effect.

dosa2

masculine & mfn.

  1. (m.) ill will, evil intention, hostility, anger.
  2. (mfn.) exhibiting ill will,…

doṇa →

ncped

bucket; a measure of capacity; to the amount of a dona.

doṇapāka →

ncped

dona measure of food.

dubbhida →

ncped

difficult to be broken or torn asunder.

duhitika →

ncped

in a poor condition; stricken by hunger; where food is scarce; where survival is difficult.

dukkhudraya →

ncped

resulting in pain or distress; in dukkha.

dunnissārita →

ncped

incorrectly suspended

duppaṭinissaggi →

ncped

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

duppaṭinissaggin →

ncped

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

dussati →

ncped

…dirtied or spoilt or damaged. 2. commits a fault, does wrong.

dussati2

pr. 3 sg. is unfriendly or hostile towards.

duttara →

ncped

duttara1

mfn. difficult to cross over, to pass beyond.

duttara2

mfn. hard to cross over; hard to climb out of or escape from.

duṭṭha →

ncped

…spoilt; sullied.

duṭṭha2

pp. mfn. & masculine bearing ill-will; inimical; angered; malignant; (of animals) enraged; vicious; a…

duṭṭhulla →

ncped

…of speech: unseemly, suggestive, lewd; lewd talk.

duṭṭhulla2

neuter discomfort; disquiet.

dvaṅgula →

ncped

the breadth of two fingers; (mfn.) measuring two finger-breadths.

dviporisa →

ncped

measuring the height of two men.

dvitāla →

ncped

measuring the height of two palm trees.

dviyojanasatika →

ncped

measuring 200 yojanas.

dvādasaka →

ncped

dvādasaka1

neuter a set of twelve.

dvādasaka2

mf(~ī)n. consisting of twelve.

dvādasaporisa →

ncped

measuring the height of twelve men.

dvārakosa →

ncped

door-frame; the area surrounding a door.

dārabharaṇa →

ncped

supporting a wife.

dīghanikāya →

ncped

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

dīpa →

ncped

…a lamp, a light.

dīpa2

masculine neuter

  1. an island; a shelter, a place of refuge.
  2. a division of the terrestrial world, one…

dūsesuṃ →

ncped

of dūseti

edisa →

ncped

(~ā & ~ī)n. like this, like so; such a …; of such a kind; such a thing, something like this.

edisaka →

ncped

like this, like so; of such a kind; such a thing.

ehi →

ncped

imperat. used especially as introductory particles of exhortation, encouragement or summons (followed usually by an imperat. or fut.): come! come on!

ehipassika →

ncped

suitable to come and see, fitting to be shown.

ehisi →

ncped

ehisi1

2 sg.

ehisi2

2 sg.

ekacciya →

ncped

ekacciya1

mfn. single, of a single thickness

ekacciya2

mfn. a certain, a certain sort of; some.

ekagārika →

ncped

ekagārika1

neuter attacking and robbing isolated houses

ekagārika2

m(fn). taking alms only from one house

ekantaṃkusalāyatika →

ncped

…good in the…

ekatopakkhika →

ncped

supporting one side, belonging to one party

ekatta →

ncped

…the single number, the singular; 2. singleness, being alone, solitariness

ekatta2

mfn. onl, being the only one; unique; of one…

ekattasaññi →

ncped

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

ekattasaññi(n)2

mfn. having perceptions or notions of the same nature; (ekattasaññi(n))

ekattasaññin →

ncped

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

ekattasaññi(n)2

mfn. having perceptions or notions of the same nature; (ekattasaññi(n))

ekattha →

ncped

…in one place; in one and the same place; in only one place.

ekattha2

mfn. having one meaning; having the same sense

ekaṃsa →

ncped

…absolute assurance

ekaṃsa2

masculine & mfn.

  1. (m.) one shoulder.
  2. (mfn.) (or ekaṃsaṃ, ind.) on one shoulder, covering one…

ekaṃsena →

ncped

with certainty, with assurance; certainly, absolutely, definitely

ekaṃsika →

ncped

determined; certain; assured

ekūnatiṃsa →

ncped

ekūnatiṃsa1

num. 29

ekūnatiṃsa2

mfn. 29th; 29 (yrs. old).

elakapādaka →

ncped

supported on a block (like a threshold stone) or with feet shape like those of a ram.

esana →

ncped

…search (esp. for food or means of living). 2. probing

esana2

mfn. seeking, searching for.

esikā →

ncped

post, a pillar (usually placed at the city gate;)

etaparama →

ncped

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

etha →

ncped

imperat. used especially as introductory particles of exhortation, encouragement or summons (followed usually by an imperat. or fut.): come! come on!

eti →

ncped

…goes; goes towards; reaches, obtains; reaches (a state); is involved (in)

eti2

pr. 3 sg. comes, comes to; approaches; comes back,…

ettaka →

ncped

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

ettakena →

ncped

by so much; to such an extent

ettāvatā →

ncped

by just so much, with this much; to such an extent; so far, to that extent; thus.

etādisa →

ncped

(~ā & ~ī)n. such (a), of such a kind; such as (with or without correlative).

etādisikā →

ncped

such (a), of such a kind.

etāva →

ncped

so great, of such extent.

etāvat →

ncped

so great, of such extent.

etāvataparama →

ncped

having such as its highest limit, i.e. only as good as such, only so great

etāvataparamaṃ →

ncped

only to such an extent, only as greatly

eva →

ncped

……, both … and ….

eva2

ind. like, as; as it were.

n’eva … na

(?) neither … nor …

n’eva … no

(?) neither … nor…

evadassi →

ncped

seeing in this way; having such insight.

evadassin →

ncped

seeing in this way; having such insight.

evarūpa →

ncped

…of such a kind, like this; such a thing; usually

  1. referring to something just mentioned or summing up a description just given: such a…; like…

evaṃ →

ncped

  1. so in this way; in such a way; like this.
  2. referring to what follows.
  3. expressing assent.
  4. introducing the second part of a comparison…

evaṃdiṭṭhi →

ncped

holding such a belief, having such a theory

evaṃdiṭṭhika →

ncped

holding such a belief, having such a theory

evaṃdiṭṭhin →

ncped

holding such a belief, having such a theory

evaṃgata →

ncped

in such a state; of such a kind

evaṃjacca →

ncped

of such and such a class; of this kind of family

evaṃrūpa →

ncped

having such a physical form or appearance

evaṃsaddha →

ncped

having such a reputation

evaṃsaññi →

ncped

perceiving in this way; of such awareness or perception

evaṃsaññin →

ncped

perceiving in this way; of such awareness or perception

evaṃvihāri →

ncped

living in such a state or way

evaṃvihārin →

ncped

living in such a state or way

evaṃvādi →

ncped

professing such a doctrine; declaring a view like this

evaṃvādin →

ncped

professing such a doctrine; declaring a view like this

evācāra →

ncped

of such behavior, of such conduct.

gacchiṃsu →

ncped

of gacchati

gaha →

ncped

…store house. 2. a seizer, one who seizes; seizing, laying hold of; one who holds.

gaha2

masculine a seizer, one who seizes; seizing,…

gahapati →

ncped

…of the family, one whose business is trade or agriculture.

gahapati2

masculine place of storage or cooking.

gahapatiratana →

ncped

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

gahaṭṭhaka →

ncped

belonging to or suitable for one who lives in a house.

galati →

ncped

drops; drips; oozes (with liquid or source as subject); falls down (to) or off; vanishes.

gamma →

ncped

belonging to a village (life), common, vulgar; esp. relating to the sensual pleasures of the village.

gandha →

ncped

  1. odor; smell; scent.
  2. a fragrant substance; scent; perfume.

gandhūhana →

ncped

considering a fragrant substance.

gandhūpahāra →

ncped

the bringing of a foul smelling or fragrant substance.

garahati →

ncped

reproaches; censures; dispraises; finds fault with (a person, action, or state)

garahita →

ncped

of garahati censured; dispraised (by instr, or gen)

garahā →

ncped

reproach; censure.

garukariṃsu →

ncped

of garukaroti

gati →

ncped

…a refuge; a recourse. 5. where one goes in life; destiny; career; outcome; issue. 6. where one goes after death; a future course; a state of…

gaṇaka →

ncped

one who counts; recons; calculates; an accountant; a treasurer.

gaṇhiṃsu →

ncped

of gaṇhāti

gaṇārāma →

ncped

finding pleasure in a company.

gaṇḍikā →

ncped

suffering from boils.

gedha →

ncped

gedha1

masculine feminine greedy, hungry desire; eager longing.

gedha2

mfn. thick, dense, entangled, or a thicket.

geha →

ncped

…a layman, living in a worldly life in a family.

geha2

m of gedha

gehanissita →

ncped

connected with, attached to, rooted in, the household (sensual) life.

gehasita →

ncped

connected with, attached to, rooted in, the household (sensual) life; appropriate only for the household life.

ghamma →

ncped

heat, warmth (of the sun or fire); the hot season.

ghammābhitatta →

ncped

afflicted by, suffering from, the heat.

gharūpacāra →

ncped

the immediate surroundings of a house, the ground belonging to a house.

ghaṭa →

ncped

ghaṭa1

masculine a pitcher, a pot, esp. for water; a large water jar.

ghaṭa2

masculine

ghaṭikā →

ncped

…a water pitcher.

ghaṭikā2

feminine

  1. a piece of wood, a stick; a small piece.
  2. a game played with sticks.
  3. part of the…

ghaṭṭeti →

ncped

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

gihi →

ncped

one who possesses a house, a householder; one who lives the household (world and sensual) life (often contrasted with pabbajita)

gihin →

ncped

one who possesses a house, a householder; one who lives the household (world and sensual) life (often contrasted with pabbajita)

gihinī →

ncped

the wife of a householder; a woman who lives the household (worldly and sensual) life.

gilānapaccaya →

ncped

(medical) support, remedy for the (bikkhu who is) sick.

gimha →

ncped

  1. (pl. loc ~asu, ~isu, ~esu)
  2. the hot season; summer.
  3. a summer month; (pl.) the (four months of the) hot season.
  4. the heat of summer.

gita →

ncped

(& ā, f.?) of gayati

  1. (mfn.) sung, chanted.
  2. (n., ~ā, f.) singing; a song

gocara →

ncped

…(properly) beg for food. 3. where the mind (properly) ranges and finds sustenance; a field or scope or sphere of actions or attention.

gomaṇḍalaparibbūḷha →

ncped

surrounded by a herds of cows.

gopasū →

ncped

cattle and other domestic animals.

guḷa →

ncped

type of sugar; in lumps or liquid; treacle; molasses.

guḷapiṇḍa →

ncped

lump of sugar.

guḷāsava →

ncped

spirit distilled from sugar or molasses.

guṇa →

ncped

…a secondary element; a quality, an attribute; esp. a good quality. 2. a strand, a subdivision; a tie; a string; bow string; the string of a musical…

gādha →

ncped

gādha1

neuter firm footing (in water); firm ground.

gādha2

masculine or neuter a hole; a refuge.

gāha →

ncped

…p;…

gārayha →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) to be censured; deserving or involving reproach.
  2. (m.n. or mfn.) the classification of a saṅgha offense.

gāthābhigīta →

ncped

(what has been) sung over; over which verses have been sung.

gīta →

ncped

, (n.f)

  1. sung; recited; chanted.
  2. singing a song.

icchati →

ncped

…desires, longs for; strives to obtain; is willing, intends.

icchati2

pr. 3 sg. goes moves; reaches; obtains.

icchiṃsu →

ncped

idaṃ →

ncped

…whatever. 4. (as personal pronoun) of him, of her; his, etc.

idaṃ2

neuter adv. (sometimes ida) here; now, thus; there.

iddha →

ncped

successful, prosperous, thriving, abundant

iddhabhisaṅkhāra →

ncped

exercise of supernatural power(s)

iddhi →

ncped

  1. prosperity, success; splendor; splendid attribute, accomplishment.
  2. esp. supernatural accomplishment, magic power (possessed by devas, etc, and…

iddhima →

ncped

of splendid power; (one) who possesses supernatural power(s)

iddhimat →

ncped

of splendid power; (one) who possesses supernatural power(s)

iddhipahutā →

ncped

mastery of or possession of supernatural power(s)

iddhipāda →

ncped

basis of supernatural power(s)

iddhipāṭihāriya →

ncped

marvel performed by supernatural power, a miracle; the miracle of supernatural power (one of the three marvels of the Buddha

iddhividhā →

ncped

( & ~a n.) a kind or variety of supernatural power

iddhivikubbana →

ncped

transformation effected by supernatural power(s); a display of magic

iddhivisavitā →

ncped

mastery of, possession of, supernatural power(s)

ijjhati →

ncped

prospers, succeeds; (impers., gen. personae, instr. rei) there is success, there is prosperity.

ijjhiṃsu →

ncped

ikkāsa →

ncped

or neuter a sticky substance used to bind pigment.

inda →

ncped

  1. Npr. of the king of the gods; the god of the sky and atmosphere (more usually called Sakka).
  2. a chief, a lord, king.

isi →

ncped

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

issara →

ncped

…a master. 2. the Lord; the supreme deity; a creator god.

issara2

neuter supremacy, kingship; royal power.

issariyādhipacca →

ncped

consisting of authority and supremacy; of supreme authority

issarādhipacca →

ncped

consisting of authority and supremacy; of supreme authority

issuki →

ncped

(~ī or ~inī)n. jealous, envious.

issukin →

ncped

(~ī or ~inī)n. jealous, envious.

iti →

ncped

…commas; the usual Pāḷi form is ti)

  1. a single word or name or expression; a list.

iti2

pr. 3 sg. goes; goes towards; reaches,…

itthannāma →

ncped

one having such and such a name; called so-and-so; so and so; such and such

itthanāma →

ncped

one having such and such a name; called so-and-so; so and so; such and such

itthatta →

ncped

…state of being thus; existence in this form; existence here.

itthatta2

neuter the state of being a woman; femaleness.

itthiratana →

ncped

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

jahassu →

ncped

imper. pr. 2 sg. of jahati

jana →

ncped

…(rarely) a person; (pl.) people; persons; creatures.

jana2

neuter generating birth.

jantu →

ncped

jantu1

masculine a creature; a living being; a person.

jantu2

masculine or neuter a kind of grass.

jappa →

ncped

…whispering; a muttered prayer or spell; a recitation of the Vedas.

jappa2

masculine

  1. talk, speech.
  2. idle…

jappat →

ncped

of jappati

jappa(t)2

part. pr. mfn. of jappati

jappati →

ncped

…with; prattles; mutters. 2. mutters or recites the Vedas.

jappati2

pr. 3. sg prays for; desires; longs for.

jara →

ncped

jara1

mfn. old; worn out.

jara2

masculine fever.

jarādhamma →

ncped

subject to growing old or decaying.

jatu →

ncped

jatu1

neuter gum or resin; lac.

jatu2

feminine a bat.

jaññu →

ncped

jaññu1

opt. 3 sg.

jaññu2

3 pl.

jaññā →

ncped

jaññā1

opt. 3 sg. of jānāti

jaññā2

3 pl. of jānāti

jaññā3

absol. of jānāti

jeti →

ncped

conquers; subdues.

jetvā →

ncped

having conquered; having subdued.

jeṭṭha →

ncped

better, best, first, supreme; leading, a chief, elder; first-born; elder brother or sister.

jhatta →

ncped

of jhāpita consumed, dried up; weakened

jhānapasuta →

ncped

intent on jhāna meditation.

jhānappasuta →

ncped

intent on jhāna meditation.

jhāpeti →

ncped

  1. sets fire to, burns; cremates; cooks.
  2. burns up, consumes; destroys, brings to ruin; weakens, injures.

jhāyati →

ncped

…3 sg. burns, is on fire, is consumed, wastes away, dries up.

jhāyati2

pr. 3 sg. meditates, contemplates,…

jigiṃsaka →

ncped

who wishes to gain; desirous of; pursuing.

jina →

ncped

…a designation usually only of a buddha; rarely of a paccekabuddha.

jina2

mfn. beaten, conquered; or deprived (of property)

jinati →

ncped

…erty;…

jiniṃsu →

ncped

of jināti

jitvā →

ncped

having conquered; having subdued.

jiyati →

ncped

…3 sg. is defeated, loses (something, acc., in dicing or gambling)

jiyati2

pr. 3 sg. grows old; decays, wears out; perishes.

jiyyati →

ncped

jiyyati1

pass. pr. 3 sg.

jiyyati2

pr. 3 sg.

juṇha →

ncped

juṇha1

masculine the light half of a month.

juṇha2

f of juṇhā

jāli →

ncped

…a network of lines?

  1. (taṇhā) the ensnarer, desire.

jāli(n)2

masculine & neuter possessing flames.

jālin →

ncped

…of lines?

  1. (taṇhā) the ensnarer, desire.

jāli(n)2

mfn. possessing flames.

jāni →

ncped

jāni1

feminine a wife.

jāni2

feminine loss, deprivation; fine, confiscation.

jāniṃsu →

ncped

of jānāti

jātaka →

ncped

…making up the Khuddakanikaya of the Pāḷi canon.

jātaka2

mfn. born; grown; growing.

jātidhamma →

ncped

subject to, characterized by, birth; liable to come into being.

jātijārūpaga →

ncped

undergoing birth, old age, and death; subject to birth, old age, and death.

jātiya →

ncped

being of such a kind, of such a class; ? or type of birth, class, lineage; ?

jīrati →

ncped

jīrati1

pr. 3 sg. (abs.) having burnt.

jīrati2

pr. 3 sg. grows, increases.

jīyati →

ncped

jīyati1

pr. 3 sg. grows old; decays, wears out; perishes.

jīyati2

pass. pr. 3 sg. is oppressed; is deprived of; loses.

ka →

ncped

…esp. by nu, nu kho, (s)su, ssa); who are you who…?; sometimes expressing indignation: who does he think he is to …? who are you to…?;…

kabandha →

ncped

headless trunk of the body (usually alive, or at least capable of movement)

kaccha →

ncped

…under wood.

kaccha2

m.(& n. (?) pl. acc. ~āni) the armpit.

kaccha3

masculine a girdle, belt, esp. the girth of…

kacci →

ncped

…“I hope that…”, “surely …”. Occasionally fearing or suspecting the answer ‘yes’: “perhaps …”, “I fear that…”.

kacci…

kakacopama →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) containing the example of the saw.
  2. (n.) the sutta containing the example of the saw, the Kakacūpamasutta (M I 121–29)

kakacūpama →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) containing the example of the saw.
  2. (n.) the sutta containing the example of the saw, the Kakacūpamasutta (M I 121–29)

kakka →

ncped

paste; sediment deposited by oily substances; face powder.

kambalasukhuma →

ncped

very fine woolen cloth; made of very fine woolen cloth

kamma →

ncped

…the agent an inevitable result or consequence in the same or another life; the action appears to exist in some sense until the effect is…

kammappatta →

ncped

competent to enact an official act of the saṅgha; suitable or sufficient to enact an official act of the saṅgha

kammāraha →

ncped

subject to, deserving disciplinary action (by the saṅgha)

kanta →

ncped

kanta1

mfn. & masculine desired; loved; pleasing, lovely.

kanta2

pp mfn. spun

kantati →

ncped

kantati1

pr. 3 sg. cuts; destroys

kantati2

pr. 3 sg. spins.

kantitasutta →

ncped

spun thread

kapalla →

ncped

…an alms-bowl; a cooking-pan; a piece of earthenware.

kapalla2

neuter lampblack, soot (used as eye preparation).

kappa →

ncped

…(m.n.) one side of an argument, an alternative; a (false) supposition, imagining; a theory; a figment.

kappati →

ncped

is suitable to, is fitting; for (+gen./dat., occasionally + loc.); is allowed, is lawful.

kappayiṃsu →

ncped

kappesuṃ →

ncped

kappitakesamassu →

ncped

with hair and beard dressed or trimmed

kappiya →

ncped

…(for bhikkhus and bhikkhunīs); suitable, proper; (what is) proper.

kappiya2

mfn. to be imagined, to be theorized about;…

kappāsikasukhuma →

ncped

very fine cotton; made of very fine cotton

kara →

ncped

(usually ~ī)n. & masculine

  1. (mfn.) doing, making, producing.
  2. (n) the hand; the trunk of an elephant.

karaṇḍaka →

ncped

  1. a covered box or basket.
  2. an enclosure.

kasiravuttika →

ncped

subsisting with difficulty; barely subsisting

kasāva →

ncped

an astringent substance; an astringent decoction (from plants); an exudation or gum

kasāya →

ncped

an astringent substance; an astringent decoction (from plants); an exudation or gum

kathā →

ncped

kathā1

feminine talking, talk, conversation; discussion; a talk, discourse; an account, a story.

kathā2

ind. how?.

kathāvatthu →

ncped

subject for discourse or a story; a subject of conversation

kattarasuppa →

ncped

(worn out) winnowing basket

kavandha →

ncped

headless trunk of the body (usually alive, or at least capable of movement)

kaḷimbha →

ncped

measure or measuring mark.

kaḷimbhaka →

ncped

or neuter a measure or measuring mark.

kaṃsanīla →

ncped

dark substance or dye, probably copper sulphate, blue vitriol

kaṃsūpadhāraṇa →

ncped

yielding a pailful of milk; or with a metal milking-pail

kaṇhuttara →

ncped

having a black surface

kaṇḍupaṭicchādī →

ncped

an itch-covering cloth (worn by bhikkhus suffering from the itch)

kaṇṭaka →

ncped

…prickle; a spike. 2. an annoyance, obstacle, impediment.

kaṇṭaka2

m. & neuter thorny; with a rough stalk.

kaṇṭhasutta →

ncped

a necklace or collar

kaṇṭhasuttaka →

ncped

a necklace or collar

kaṭhina →

ncped

…attharataṃ1

neuter

  1. As well as referring to the literal covering of the kaṭhina and the proper carrying-out of…

kaṭhinatthāraka →

ncped

one who covers the kaṭhina ; who supervises the making of the robe (which becomes his)

kaṭisuttaka →

ncped

girdle or belt (forbidden to bhikkhus but allowed for menstruating bhikkhunis)

kaṭukapphala →

ncped

having bitter fruit; producing distressing results

kaṭṭha →

ncped

…esp. wood used as fuel, kindling, firewood.

kaṭṭha2

pp mfn. plowed

kelāyati →

ncped

cares for, cherishes; treasures; is possessive of

kesamassu →

ncped

nom, ~ū, ~ūni) the hair and beard

kesamassulocaka →

ncped

(one) who pulls out the hairs of the head and of the beard

kesamassulocana →

ncped

pulling out the hairs of the head and of the beard

keḷāyati →

ncped

cares for, cherishes; treasures; is possessive of

khajjati →

ncped

is eaten; is bitten; is consumed

khalita →

ncped

…wrong. 2. (n.) blunder, error; stumbling; stammering.

khalita2

mfn. with thinning hair, balding.

khama →

ncped

…adequate, fit for; appropriate, proper for.

khama2

2 sg.

khamati →

ncped

…patiently, puts up with; submits to; is capable of bearing, stands up to. 2. pardons, forgives someone (gen./dat.) for something (acc.); bears…

khambha →

ncped

  1. a prop, a support.
  2. stiffness; paralysis.

khambhakata →

ncped

who has made a support (of his arm); with arm(s) akimbo

khambhayati →

ncped

props, supports; paralyzes, makes stiff (with fear); obstructs, hinders

khambheti →

ncped

props, supports; paralyzes, makes stiff (with fear); obstructs, hinders

khamāpita →

ncped

asked for forgiveness; persuaded to pardon

khanati →

ncped

khanati1

pr. 3 sg. hurts, injures; impairs

khanati2

pr. 3 sg. digs; digs up; excavates

khandhakavatta →

ncped

…ii 207–231). 2. one of 82 subsidiary rules of conduct, either prescribed in the Khandhaka section of the Vinayapiṭaka citing 71 rules from…

khanimsu →

ncped

khatta →

ncped

an attendant, a porter, an equerry; a steward.

khatta(r)2

masculine a digger; one who digs.

khattar →

ncped

an attendant, a porter, an equerry; a steward.

khatta(r)2

masculine a digger; one who digs.

khaṇa →

ncped

…an instant. 2. a fit or suitable moment; an opportunity; esp. the right moment to be born as a man, birth in favorable circumstances (when one…

khaṇati →

ncped

khaṇati1

pr. 3 sg. hurts, injures; impairs

khaṇati2

pr. 3 sg. digs; digs up; excavates

khaṇimsu →

ncped

khematta →

ncped

khematta1

m(fn). one who is secure, at peace

khematta2

neuter abstr. security, safety; well being; peace

khepetvā →

ncped

…having used up, diminished; destroyed; made an end of.

khepetvā2

absol. having (passed) time; spent; passed through…

khetta →

ncped

…action. 3. fertile soil, a suitable place (for something to arise or be produced); esp. a suitable object or recipient, a field for producing…

khippa →

ncped

khippa1

neuter a basket for catching fish, a trap

khippa2

mfn. quick; swift.

khiyyati →

ncped

…used up; is diminished, decreases; wastes away; perishes, comes to an end

khiyyati2

pass. pr. 3 sg. expresses anger, complains;…

kho →

ncped

…initial vowel, which is usually lengthened), an enclitic particle (extremely common, esp. in the prose of Vin, DN, MN, SN, and AN) which,

1….

khomasukhuma →

ncped

very fine linen; made of very fine linen

khudda →

ncped

khudda1

mfn. small, minute; trifling; poor, weak; mean, low.

khudda2

neuter (& mfn?) honey.

khuddarāja →

ncped

minor or subordinate king

khuddarājan →

ncped

minor or subordinate king

khuṃsana →

ncped

abuse; insulting; verbal attack.

khuṃsayati →

ncped

abuses, insults; attacks verbally

khuṃseti →

ncped

abuses, insults; attacks verbally

khādati →

ncped

  1. chews; eats; devours, preys upon; bites, hurts; grinds, makes chatter (teeth).
  2. consumes (goods or money); preys upon, plunders.

khādita →

ncped

eaten, chewed; consumed

khāditabba →

ncped

to be eaten; to be consumed; to be chewed

khādiṃsu →

ncped

khāra →

ncped

  1. (m.) an alkali; a caustic substance (such as soda or potash).
  2. (mfn.) consisting of caustic fluid; esp. as epithet of a river in a hell.

khīyati →

ncped

…used up; is diminished, decreases; wastes away; perishes, comes to an end

khīyati2

pass. pr. 3 sg. expresses anger, complains;…

khīyi →

ncped

khīyi1

aor. 3 sg.

khīyi2

aor. 3 sg.

kilamati →

ncped

…difficulty, is in distress (usually physical, sometimes mental); esp. (+ instr.) is weak because of a lack of something; experiences a difficulty…

kilammati →

ncped

…difficulty, is in distress (usually physical, sometimes mental); esp. (+ instr.) is weak because of a lack of something; experiences a difficulty…

kilañjachatta →

ncped

sunshade or umbrella made of (woven) reeds, of matting

kilissati →

ncped

…morally…

kilāsu →

ncped

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

kimphala →

ncped

having what as its fruit? producing what result?

kimpurisa →

ncped

mythical being usually identified with a kinnara

kinnara →

ncped

…(they live in the mountains; are timid, but sing and dance superbly; and have remarkably beautiful eyes.

kinnarī →

ncped

…(they live in the mountains; are timid, but sing and dance superbly; and have remarkably beautiful eyes.

kiñcana →

ncped

…interpreted as) an impediment or defilement.

kiñcana2

adv. at all, in any way

kiṃ →

ncped

…by nu, nu kho, (s)su, ssa),

  1. interrogative particle.
  2. why? how?.
  3. (+ ins tr.) what is the use of …, away with …, no more of…

kiṃsuka →

ncped

the tree Butea frondosa (with orange-red blossoms); (n.) its blossom.

kiṇiṃsu →

ncped

ko ca →

ncped

…(i)and (ii), where the verb substitutes for a noun, influenced by the sense o/ka as: who am I to, who is competent to…?); how far is one from…

koccha →

ncped

  1. (n.) a type of seat, usually made with a bundle of grass etc.
  2. (n.) a brush; a comb.
  3. (m.) a part of the hands and feet; the ball of the hand…

kopīnanidaṃsana →

ncped

(~ī)n & /or ~ī feminine revealing the pudenda; exposure of the private parts

kosa →

ncped

treasury, a storehouse; treasure, accumulated wealth.

koseyyasukhuma →

ncped

very fine silk; made of very fine silk

kosikaṃsu →

ncped

silk filament

kosārakkha →

ncped

treasurer; a guardian of the treasury

kotūhalamaṅgalika →

ncped

rusting in omens and portents; setting store by ceremonies and auspicious rites; superstitious.

koñca →

ncped

koñca1

masculine (or n.) a trumpeting noise.

koñca2

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

koṭṭha →

ncped

  1. the stomach; the abdomen.
  2. an enclosure; a pit or room or container for storing grain; a storeroom, a granary.

koṭṭhaka →

ncped

…an enclosure or room at the gate, a porch, a gatehouse.

koṭṭhaka2

masculine a stone-cutter, a mason (?); a carpenter (?).

kucchiparihārika →

ncped

serving (only) to sustain the belly

kucchiparihāriya →

ncped

serving (only) to sustain the belly

kudassu →

ncped

when indeed? whenever will …?

kudāssu →

ncped

when indeed? whenever will …?

kujjhati →

ncped

is angry, becomes angry (with, usually gen./dat.; on account of, usually loc.)

kukku →

ncped

linear measure (about 45 cm).

kukku2

mfn. according to commentary) (what is) temporary; given for a limited time

kukkuṭaka →

ncped

kukkuṭaka1

masculine a cock.

kukkuṭaka2

ind. onomat. a cock’s cry.

kulamacchari →

ncped

selfish in regard to (supportive) families

kulamaccharin →

ncped

selfish in regard to (supportive) families

kulamacchariya →

ncped

selfishness, meanness in regard to (supportive) families

kulamacchera →

ncped

selfishness, meanness in regard to (supportive) families

kulavaṃsa →

ncped

the family line; the family succession; the family tradition

kulaṅkapādaka →

ncped

or neuter a timber footing or support or buttress.

kumuda →

ncped

…(m(fn).) the name of a hell or place in Avīci (where one suffers for a kumuda of years).

kumārakīlikā →

ncped

the pleasures of a (young) prince; a child’s pastimes

kusalupasaṃhita →

ncped

(according to commentary) coming from what is good, resulting from what is good; or perhaps: producing good in the future

kusalābhisanda →

ncped

outflow of good; issue of good

kussubbha →

ncped

small pool; a stream in a small channel or running through a small pool

kusubbha →

ncped

small pool; a stream in a small channel or running through a small pool

kusuma →

ncped

flower; blossom.

kusumaraja →

ncped

the pollen of flowers

kusumitasikhara →

ncped

with blossoming crests.

kuḍḍarāja →

ncped

minor king; a subordinate king.

kuḍḍarājan →

ncped

minor king; a subordinate king.

kuṭṭhi →

ncped

(one) suffering from a skin disease; leprosy.

kuṭṭhika →

ncped

(from kuṭṭha) suffering from a skin disease; leprous

kuṭṭhin →

ncped

(one) suffering from a skin disease; leprosy.

kuṭṭhiya →

ncped

(from kuṭṭha) suffering from a skin disease; leprous

kāca →

ncped

…a carrying-pole’s…

kākasūra →

ncped

“crow-hero”, one bold and impudent as a crow

kāla →

ncped

…as destroyer; death.

kāla2

mf(~ā & ī)n. m. & neuter

  1. (mfn.) black; dark.
  2. (m.) the dark half of the month, the dark fortnight…

kālacāri →

ncped

acting at the right time; going (for alms) at a suitable time

kālacārin →

ncped

acting at the right time; going (for alms) at a suitable time

kālavādi →

ncped

speaking at the proper time, at a suitable time

kālavādin →

ncped

speaking at the proper time, at a suitable time

kālayuttaṃ →

ncped

suitably for the time or occasion; when it is fitting for a particular time

kālaññu →

ncped

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

kāle →

ncped

at the right time; at a suitable time (often: in the morning); in due course

kālena →

ncped

at the right time; at a suitable time; in good time; in the morning

kālāgata →

ncped

coming at the right time; produced at a suitable time

kāma →

ncped

…sensual enjoyment; esp. sexual pleasure; the objects of pleasure, what gives pleasure to the senses.

kāmabhava →

ncped

  1. existence in a kāmaloka; existence subject to sensual experience and desire.
  2. (according to commentaries) sensual desire and existence

kāmabhogi →

ncped

…desires for sensual pleasures, indulging in pleasures of the senses; esp. (one) who indulges in sexual pleasure, i.e. (one) who is not…

kāmabhogin →

ncped

…desires for sensual pleasures, indulging in pleasures of the senses; esp. (one) who indulges in sexual pleasure, i.e. (one) who is not…

kāmacchanda →

ncped

desire that is appetite, sensual appetite, appetite for sensual pleasure (the first of the nīvaraṇas and one of the saṃyojanas)

kāmacāgi →

ncped

who gives up sensual pleasures

kāmacāgin →

ncped

who gives up sensual pleasures

kāmadhātu →

ncped

…pleasure). 2. the domain of sensory experience; existence subject to sensual experience and desire

kāmagavesi →

ncped

seeking pleasure of the senses

kāmagavesin →

ncped

seeking pleasure of the senses

kāmaguṇa →

ncped

…kāmagunā, m.pl (and ~āni, n.pl)), the strand(s) of (what furnishes) sensual pleasure, the subdivisions or classes of the objects of pleasure

kāmahetukaṃ →

ncped

because of sensual pleasures; on account of sensual desire

kāmakāma →

ncped

, out of desire for pleasures of the senses

kāmakāmi →

ncped

following one’s various desires, indulging one’s desires; subject to desire for sensual pleasures

kāmakāmin →

ncped

following one’s various desires, indulging one’s desires; subject to desire for sensual pleasures

kāmalābhābhijappi →

ncped

who desires to obtain sensual pleasures

kāmalābhābhijappin →

ncped

who desires to obtain sensual pleasures

kāmamayika →

ncped

arising from the pleasure of the senses

kāmandha →

ncped

made blind by passion; blind as to sensual pleasures

kāmarati →

ncped

  1. delight in pleasures of the senses, esp. in sexual pleasures; sensual enjoyment.
  2. desire which is sexual longing, sexual desire

kāmarāga →

ncped

desire that is passion; passionate desire for sensual pleasures, esp. for sexual pleasure

kāmasukhallikānuyoga →

ncped

devotion to the enjoyment of sensual pleasures

kāmavitakka →

ncped

thought concerned with pleasures of the senses; a lustful thought

kāmaṃ →

ncped

…you please; please; esp. (usually with imperat.) let them… as they please; even if…; kāmaṃ … na (or ) …, even if… not…;…

kāmitthī →

ncped

woman for sexual pleasure

kāmāvacara →

ncped

belonging to the sphere of sensual experience (kāmadhātu)

kāmūpasaṃhita →

ncped

connected with desire or with sensual pleasure

kāmūpādāna →

ncped

grasping sensual pleasures; the fuel that is sensual pleasure

kārayati →

ncped

…to perform or carry out or suffer; has (something) done or made; deals with (with an act of the saṅgha); administers, supervises (the working…

kāraṇā →

ncped

kāraṇā1

abl. because of; for the sake of (+gen. or ifc)

kāraṇā2

feminine torture, pain; punishment.

kāreti →

ncped

…to perform or carry out or suffer; has (something) done or made; deals with (with an act of the saṅgha); administers, supervises (the working…

kāsa →

ncped

kāsa1

masculine a species of grass.

kāsa2

masculine a cough.

kāsikasukhuma →

ncped

fine garment of muslin from from Kāsi

kāyaparihārika →

ncped

(merely) protecting, sustaining the body

kāyaparihāriya →

ncped

(merely) protecting, sustaining the body

kūṭa →

ncped

…are inserted.

kūṭa2

masculine n. & mfn.

  1. a trap, a snare; fraud, deception, cheating.
  2. (mfn.) false, fraudulent; lying;…

mukhaṃ ulloketi →

ncped

watches, looks to (as a superior, for instruction or approval)

na ciraṃ →

ncped

na ciraṃ1

not long; not for a long time

na ciraṃ2

not after a long time; soon

na ciraṃ3

soon.

na →

ncped

…a not-; without.

na2

indeclinable interrogative particle.

na3

ind. of naṃ

na4

mfn. demonstr….

nahāpesuṃ →

ncped

of nahāpeti

nahāyiṃsu →

ncped

of nahāyati

namucī →

ncped

the name of an asura; the name of māra.

nandana →

ncped

(from nandati) delight, pleasure, enjoyment.

nandi →

ncped

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

nanu →

ncped

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

natthu →

ncped

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

nava →

ncped

…having recently entered the saṅgha; a novice.

nava2

num. nine.

navaka →

ncped

navaka1

masculine new; having recently entered the saṅgha; a novice.

navaka2

masculine & neuter a set of nine; (being) a section consisting of a set or sets of nine.

nayiṃsu →

ncped

of nayati

naṃ →

ncped

naṃ1

sg. acc of na

naṃ2

indeclinable empathic particle: indeed; certainly.

naṅgala →

ncped

naṅgala1

neuter a plow.

naṅgala2

neuter a tail.

naṅgalāvattani →

ncped

turning the plow

naṅgalāvattani(n)2

mfn. swishing its tail

naṅgalāvattanin →

ncped

turning the plow

naṅgalāvattani(n)2

mfn. swishing its tail

nekkhamma →

ncped

…is the opposite of or rejection of all worldly, sensual experience and desires.

nelaṅga →

ncped

…whose parts are faultless; whose frame is smooth or polished; ?

nelaṅga2

mfn. the interior part or seat of a…

nerayika →

ncped

  1. (someone) living, suffering in hell.
  2. (one) doomed to suffer in niraya.

nesuṃ →

ncped

nhāpesuṃ →

ncped

of nahāpeti

nhāyiṃsu →

ncped

of nahāyati

nibbatti →

ncped

nibbatti1

caus. pr. 3 sg. of nibbattati

nibbatti2

aor. 3 sg. coming into being; origination; appearance.

nibbematika →

ncped

not in doubt; certain, assured.

nibbāpesuṃ →

ncped

of nibbāpeti

niccharati →

ncped

goes out; issues; rises.

nicchāreti →

ncped

of niccharati makes issue forth; emits, utters; purges

niddhuniṃsu →

ncped

of niddhunāti

nidhi →

ncped

store, hoard; treasure.

nidhānavatī →

ncped

containing treasure; ? (like treasure; ?) (according to commentaries) worth storing or treasuring.

niggayhavādi →

ncped

who speaks reprovingly; censuring:

niggayhavādin →

ncped

who speaks reprovingly; censuring:

niggaṇhaṇa →

ncped

seizing, seizure; (suppression, punishment; ?)

nihita →

ncped

nihita1

laid aside; (what is) deposited, stored; hidden; laid down

nihita2

pp mfn. of nihi set in motion; impelled

nikhaṇati →

ncped

…ants,…

nikkaḍḍhiṃsu →

ncped

of nikkaḍḍhati

nikkhipiṃsu →

ncped

of nikkhipati

nikkāma →

ncped

without sensual desire; without sensual pleasure

nikkāmi →

ncped

without desires; without sensual pleasures.

nikkāmin →

ncped

without desires; without sensual pleasures.

nikujjati →

ncped

…down, refuses alms (with a formal act of the saṅgha)

nikujjati2

pr. 3 sg. rejects; ? puts aside, stores.

nikāmeti →

ncped

desires, wants more of; takes pleasure in, enjoys.

nikāya →

ncped

group; sect; a collection; esp. a group of discourses, one of the five collections of the Suttapiṭaka.

nimanteti →

ncped

calls, summons; invites (someone, acc.) to (instr.); offers, asks (someone) to accept (instr.)

nimmadeti →

ncped

humbles; subdues.

nimminitvā →

ncped

produces, forms, creates (by magic or supernatural power)

nimmināti →

ncped

produces, forms, creates (by magic or supernatural power)

nimmita →

ncped

of nimmināti formed, produced, created; (a form) created (by magic or supernatural power); a magical creation

nimmānāyati →

ncped

becomes humble, subdued; is humbled.

nimugga →

ncped

of nimujjati sunk down; plunged, immersed in; submerged

nimujjati →

ncped

sinks down; dives into, immerses oneself in; is submerged.

nindati →

ncped

blames; criticizes; censures.

nindiya →

ncped

of nindati

  1. (n.) low ground; a hollow, a depression.
  2. (mfn.)
    1. low, low-lying, sunken; deep.
    2. bending towards; inclined towards

nindāvyārosa-upārambhabhaya →

ncped

nindāvyārosa-upārambhabhaya

mfn. fear of fault-finding, insult and criticism.

ninna →

ncped

low ground; a hollow, a depression

mfn.

  1. low, low-lying, sunken; deep.
  2. bending towards; inclined towards.

nipajjiṃsu →

ncped

of nipajjati

nipphoṭenta →

ncped

nipphoṭenta1

part. pr. mfn. of nipphoṭeti

nipphoṭenta2

part. pr. mfn. of nipphoṭeti

nipuṇa →

ncped

  1. clever; skillful; subtle; acute.
  2. (what is) subtle, abstruse.

nipātesuṃ →

ncped

of nipāteti

niratta →

ncped

niratta1

mfn. the lack of an enduring self; ? the letting go (of an enduring self); ?

niratta2

neuter thrown off; let go.

nisedhati →

ncped

prevents; prohibits; suppresses.

nisedhesuṃ →

ncped

of nisedheti

nissaggiya →

ncped

…forfeiture. 2. something (to be) discharged or…

nissajiṃ →

ncped

nissajjati

absol. lets go; gives up; hands over; surrenders; lets fly, throws.

nissajjati →

ncped

lets go; gives up; hands over; surrenders; lets fly, throws.

nissajjita →

ncped

lets go; gives up; hands over; surrenders; lets fly, throws.

nissajjiṃ →

ncped

nissajjati

absol. lets go; gives up; hands over; surrenders; lets fly, throws.

nissanda →

ncped

  1. result; outcome.
  2. discharge; trickling down.

nissaya →

ncped

…dependence; reliance. 2. support, resource; requisite. 3. (a relation of) dependence and guidance and supervision (under an upajjhāya or…

nissayakaraṇīya →

ncped

requiring (formally acquired) supervision, requiring a mentor.

nissayasampanna →

ncped

, ~ā, feminine having a support; having supporters or mentors.

nissaṭṭha →

ncped

of nissajjati let go; set free; given up; handed over, surrendered; let fly, Thrown

nissita →

ncped

of nissayati resorting to, inhabiting; dependent (on); leaning on; attached to, supported by; close to, connected to; resorted to

nissuta →

ncped

flowed out or away, vanished.

nissāraṇa →

ncped

indeclinable (temporary) expulsion; suspension.

nissāraṇīya →

ncped

, ~a, neuter

  1. (from nissāraṇa)
  2. involving suspension; (the formal act) connected with suspension.
  3. to be got rid of?

nissāreti →

ncped

of nissarati expels (temporarily from the saṅgha), suspends

nissārita →

ncped

of nissarati expelled; suspended

nissāya →

ncped

…relying on; using as one’s support. 2. because of; for the sake of.

  1. in (formal) dependence, with support; having as mentor (+ gen. or…

nisumbhati →

ncped

knocks down; treads down.

nisīdiṃsu →

ncped

of nisīdati

nitthariṃsu →

ncped

of nittharati

nivasati →

ncped

nivasati1

pr. 3 sg. clothes; dresses oneself.

nivasati2

pr. 3 sg. passes or spends time; dwells, lives (in), inhabits.

niviṭṭha →

ncped

niviṭṭha1

3 pl.

niviṭṭha2

pp mfn. of nivisati

  1. settled; encamped.
  2. resting or staying in; turned to, intent upon

nivuta →

ncped

hindered, obstructed; suppressed; surrounded, enveloped.

nivutta →

ncped

nivutta1

mfn. shaved, cut off.

nivutta2

mfn. thrown down; scattered

nivāresuṃ →

ncped

of nivāreti

nivāsesuṃ →

ncped

of nivāseti

nivāta →

ncped

…from the wind; absence of wind, calm, stillness; safety, security.

nivāta2

mfn. & neuter humble; modest; biddable; calm, mild.

niyata →

ncped

…fixed; restricted, limited, specified; established, sure; inevitable, invariable.

niyyiṃsu →

ncped

of niyyāti

niyyāsuṃ →

ncped

of niyyāti

niyāma →

ncped

…practice or experience; a determined or inevitable outcome, certainty; an assured state; what leads to an inevitable outcome, the way to an end.

niyāmatā →

ncped

the having an inevitable outcome; a state of certainty, an assured or determined state; a rule.

niṭṭhā →

ncped

…culminating point; end, object, aim. 2. death.

niṭṭhā2

certain knowledge, decision, conclusion.

no →

ncped

…pl. us, me.

no2

pl. of us; to us; by us.

no3

pl.

  1. not; esp.:
  2. and not, but not (often followed by ca or…

nu →

ncped

…by kho): 2. indeed; surely. 3. 1. by itself. 2. combined with an interrogative pronoun or adverb. 3. in double questions (repeated,…

nāga →

ncped

a

  1. a snake; a supematural serpent (usually living in water or under the earth), one of a race of mythical snakes (the enemies of the garuḷas) 2….

nāma →

ncped

…or reproach):

nāma2

neuter

  1. a name, a personal name.
  2. (as associated with and contrasted with rūpa) the name, which…

nānatta →

ncped

nānatta1

neuter various; different; separated.

nānatta2

neuter abstr. diversity, variety; difference.

nānārajja →

ncped

or neuter a surgical probe (?)

nāsesuṃ →

ncped

of nāseti

nāsitaka →

ncped

(one) who is subject to expulsion.

nātha →

ncped

protector, patron, lord; a husband; a prop, support; esp. the lord, the Buddha.

nāthakaraṇa →

ncped

producing a support, making for protection.

nāḷikodana →

ncped

naḷikā measure of boiled rice.

nāḷikā →

ncped

, ~a, neuter a hollow stalk; a pipe or cylinder (esp. used to blow, or as a container, or as a small measure of capacity)

nāḷī →

ncped

hollow stalk, a tube, a pipe; a tubular container; a measure of capacity.

nīhariṃsu →

ncped

of nīharati

nīla →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) of a dark color, esp. dark blue,
  2. (n.) a blue-green substance or dye or mineral; blue-black; dark green; blue-green.

nūna →

ncped

  1. indeed; certainly.
  2. surely; probably, in all probability; it must be that …
  3. is it that?; esp. yam + nūna + opt.: what if …?…

obhāsa →

ncped

obhāsa1

masculine light, luster, radiance; appearance, manifestation.

obhāsa2

masculine intimation.

obhāsana →

ncped

suggestive or lewd speech.

obhāsate →

ncped

speaks to suggestively or lewdly or offensively; insults

obhāsati →

ncped

obhāsati1

pr. 3 sg. speaks to suggestively or lewdly or offensively; insults

obhāsati2

pr. 3 sg. shines forth, is bright; becomes manifest, appears; (perhaps also: shines thro …

obhāseti →

ncped

speaks to suggestively or lewdly or offensively; insults

odahiṃsu →

ncped

odanakummāsūpacaya →

ncped

built up by, achieving growth through, boiled rice and gruel or barley porridge

odanasurā →

ncped

fermented rice water; rice liquor

odhuniṃsu →

ncped

odhārita →

ncped

determined; affirmed; stated with assurance.

oghana →

ncped

pushing downwards, downwards pressure; a thick or dense entanglement.

ogāhetvā →

ncped

ogāhetvā1

absol

ogāhetvā2

caus. absol. plunging (someone) into; immersing; inserting

ojaṭṭhāyi →

ncped

resting on or supported by its vigor or vitality

ojaṭṭhāyin →

ncped

resting on or supported by its vigor or vitality

ojā →

ncped

bodily strength, vigour, vitality (produced by food); nutriment, sustenance; sap, juice.

okappeti →

ncped

considers as possible, believes likely, gives credence to; trusts, has confidence (in, ace. or gen./dat.); is sure (about).

okiriṃsu →

ncped

okiṇṇa →

ncped

bestrewn, covered with; surrounded by

okkamana →

ncped

…coming down (into); entering; entering (a womb), conception.

okkamana2

neuter going away from; going astray; neglecting;…

okkameti →

ncped

okkameti1

caus. pr. 3 sg. moves into, enters

okkameti2

caus. pr. 3 sg. makes go up; makes move away.

okkamiṃsu →

ncped

okkhipati →

ncped

throws down, casts down; subdues, controls; disparages.

okkhitta →

ncped

throws down; cast down; subdued

olambeti →

ncped

makes hang down, lets hang down; suspends

omasati →

ncped

…strikes; strikes in a downward direction; attacks verbally.

omasati2

pr. 3 sg. touches, strokes (in a downward direction).

omasiṃsu →

ncped

omāti →

ncped

measures up to; is able, is capable (of).

opapakkhi →

ncped

rejected, despised; or rejects, insults.

opapakkhiṅkaroti →

ncped

rejected, despised; or rejects, insults.

opuñjitvā →

ncped

opuñjitvā1

absol. having wiped; wiped over (with); smeared

opuñjitvā2

absol.

opārambha →

ncped

open to criticism, censurable.

oropesuṃ →

ncped

osiñciṃsu →

ncped

osārayati →

ncped

…(a bhikkhu to the saṅgha after suspension)

osārayati2

caus. pr. 3 sg. recites; recounts.

osāraṇa →

ncped

…had been…

osārenta →

ncped

osārenta1

part. pr. mfn.

osārenta2

part. pr. mfn.

osāreti →

ncped

…readmits (a bhikkhu to the saṅgha after suspension)

osāreti2

caus. pr. 3 sg. recites; recounts.

ottharati →

ncped

scatters, spreads; covers, overspreads; overwhelms, submerges, crushes.

ottharāpetvā →

ncped

having caused (something) to be overwhelmed or crushed or submerged

otthata →

ncped

scattered; covered; overwhelmed, submerged, crushed

otthaṭa →

ncped

scattered; covered; overwhelmed, submerged, crushed

otāpayati →

ncped

warms; warms in the sun, dries; puts (in the sun) to dry

otāpeti →

ncped

warms; warms in the sun, dries; puts (in the sun) to dry

ovadiṃsu →

ncped

oḷārika →

ncped

gross; solid, material, substantial; coarse; unsubtle; obvious.

oṭṭha →

ncped

oṭṭha1

masculine a camel.

oṭṭha2

masculine a lip, lips; the lip of a bowl.

sa-upaddava →

ncped

sa-upaddava

mfn. subject to calamity; unsafe; dangerous

sa-upaghātaṃ →

ncped

sa-upaghātaṃ

mfn. subject to harm

sa-upādisesa →

ncped

…by a residue of material support. 2. with a residue of material support, with some holding on to. 3. with a trace or infection remaining,…

sa-upādāna →

ncped

…& neuter

  1. (mfn.) holding on to; marked by grasping; having(material) support, supplied with fuel.
  2. (n.) (a state of) holding on to; the having…

sa-upāyāsa →

ncped

sa-upāyāsa

mfn.

  1. bringing trouble, involving annoyance or irritation.
  2. suffering trouble or irritation

sa-uttara →

ncped

sa-uttara

mfn. having a superior; inferior

savupādāna →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) holding on to; marked by grasping; having(material) support, supplied with fuel.
  2. (n.) (a state of) holding on to; the having support

siyaṃsu →

ncped

siyā →

ncped

…(it might be) either … or …(with sg. or pl. subject)

sopādāna →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) holding on to; marked by grasping; having(material) support, supplied with fuel.
  2. (n.) (a state of) holding on to; the having support

su-osārita →

ncped

su-osārita

mfn. properly readmitted

su-uddiṭṭha →

ncped

su-uddiṭṭha

mfn. well, properly recited

subbaṭṭita →

ncped

well rubbed.

suddiṭṭha →

ncped

well, properly recited

sukallarūpa →

ncped

very fit and ready; physically fit

sukaraṇīya →

ncped

having something (still) to do

sukata →

ncped

  1. well done; well made.
  2. (n.) a good action

sukathā →

ncped

good discourse, well directed talk

sukaṭadukkaṭa →

ncped

well and/or wrongly done; good and/or bad.

sukaṭṭha →

ncped

well plowed, well cultivated

sukhambiya →

ncped

easily made stiff (with fear); easily hindered

sukhaṇa →

ncped

good moment; a favorable time

sukhetta →

ncped

good, fertile land; a very suitable place or recipient

sukittita →

ncped

well declared; well expounded

sukkhetta →

ncped

good, fertile land; a very suitable place or recipient

sukusala →

ncped

very skilled, very skilful; very knowledgeable about

sukusalasampahaṭṭha →

ncped

polished skilfully, polished by a very skilful worker

supaṭṭhita →

ncped

properly at hand; very much present

supaṭṭhāka →

ncped

easy to attend or nurse

sāhāra →

ncped

  1. having a support; nourished.
  2. with its supplies; with its supporting territory*)

sālinda →

ncped

with a terrace or verandah or surrounding platform; with its terraces

sānuvajja →

ncped

to be censured; at fault

sātireka →

ncped

with a surplus; more than

sūpadhārita →

ncped

well considered, well kept in mind

sūpaṭṭhita →

ncped

properly at hand; very much present

sūpaṭṭhāka →

ncped

easy to attend or nurse

ta →

ncped

…repeated, often with indefinite sense: each one; anyone; this and that.

tad2

acc. adv. there, thither; then; thus, in regard to…

tad →

ncped

…repeated, often with indefinite sense: each one; anyone; this and that.

tad2

acc. adv. there, thither; then; thus, in regard to…

tadanurūpa →

ncped

fitting for that, suitable.

tajjanīyakammakata →

ncped

dealt with by a formal act of the saṅgha expressing a rebuke; under censure.

takka →

ncped

…reflection;…

takkara →

ncped

takkara1

mfn (one) who does that, who follows that.

takkara2

masculine (m.) a thief.

tala →

ncped

flat surface; a level; the ground; palm (of the hand); sole (of the foot)

tapanīya →

ncped

tapanīya1

mfn. connected with, causing, pain or distress.

tapanīya2

neuter gold purified by fire.

tapati →

ncped

  1. gives out heat; shines, is bright.
  2. shines upon; makes hot, burns; pains; harms.
  3. is burnt, becomes hot; suffers pain; repents.

taramāna →

ncped

taramāna1

part. pr. mfn. of tarati

taramāna2

part. pr. mfn. of tarati

tarati →

ncped

…crosses by swimming; floats; gets beyond, surmounts, overcomes.

tarati2

pr. 3 sg. is in a hurry, makes haste; runs.

taritabba →

ncped

taritabba1

fpp mfn.

taritabba2

fpp mfn.

tariṃsu →

ncped

of tarati

taruṇavuta →

ncped

surrounded by young men.

tasati →

ncped

tasati1

pr. 3 sg. is thirsty; craves for.

tasati2

pr. 3 sg. trembles, shakes; is afraid.

tassapāpiyasakā →

ncped

proceeding of censure (against a bhikkhu accused of a serious offense who prevaricates or denies the offense; one of the methods of settling a case…

tassapāpiyasakākamma →

ncped

formal act of the saṅgha authorizing censure.

tathā →

ncped

…so, also; in the same way. 3. as correlative to yathā; in that way, such a manner…that; as … so; (repeated): yathā yathā.

tathārūpa →

ncped

(~ā ~ī)n. such …; like this or that; such a kind; following a defining phrase; followed by yathārūpa, yathā or another relative pronoun.

tathātta →

ncped

being of such a character.

tathāvidha →

ncped

of such a kind; (being) like that; such a a person.

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.

tattaka →

ncped

(~a, -ikā)n. of such a size, so large; so much; so many.

taṃsukha →

ncped

having, sharing, that happiness.

taṃvusita →

ncped

who has served that (suspension)

tekaṭula →

ncped

made of three pungent substances.

tevijjaka →

ncped

…who know the three…

thambha →

ncped

thambha1

masculine

thambha2

masculine

  1. a pillar, a post; a column; a baluster.
  2. hardness, rigidity; arrogance.

thambheti →

ncped

establishes, supports; makes stiff or rigid.

theragāthā →

ncped

…Theragāthā.

theragāthā2

feminine pl. the verses of the elders; one of the collections making up the Khuddakanikāya of the Pāḷi…

theta →

ncped

firm; trustworthy; sure, certain.

ti →

ncped

…expression, esp. the lemma in a commentary or a definition.

ti2

num. the number three; three.

tiporisa →

ncped

measuring the height of three men.

titāla →

ncped

measuring the height of three palm trees.

tiyojanasatika →

ncped

measuring 300 yojanas.

tiṭṭhaṃasu →

ncped

of tiṭṭhati

tiṭṭhiṃsu →

ncped

of tiṭṭhati

tuccha →

ncped

empty; vain; fruitless; trifling; lacking substance; deserted.

tucchaka →

ncped

empty; vain, fruitless; lacking substance.

tula →

ncped

measurable; comparable.

tuliya →

ncped

tuliya1

absol. of tuleti

tuliya2

fpp mfn.

tulā →

ncped

  1. a weighing pole; a balance.
  2. a beam or pole; a swing lever; a rafter.
  3. a measure; to the amount of a tulā.
  4. a measure of comparison, a standard; equality, resemblance.

tumhādisa →

ncped

(~ā ~ī)n. & m.f. like you; someone like you, one such as you.

tuvaṃtuvaṃpesuññamusāvādā →

ncped

quarreling, backbiting and lying.

tuvaṭṭesum →

ncped

of tuvaṭṭati

tuṭṭhi →

ncped

pleasure; satisfaction; contentment.

tādi →

ncped

  1. such a person, a person like that (referring to someone previously described)
  2. (one) who is like that, just so; the same; (one) who is…

tādin →

ncped

  1. such a person, a person like that (referring to someone previously described)
  2. (one) who is like that, just so; the same; (one) who is…

tādisa →

ncped

tādisa1

mf(~ā ~ī)n. such a, of such a kind; like that/him/them, the same.

tādisa2

mfn. like you.

tādisaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. of such a kind; like that/him/them.

tāla →

ncped

tāla1

masculine the palmyra palm, the fanpalm, borassus flabellifer l.;

tāla2

neuter a key.

tāla3

masculine

tālacchāyā →

ncped

the shade cover of a palm tree?; a measure of length.

tāreti →

ncped

…saves…

tāva →

ncped

indeclinable

  1. to such an extent; so far; so….(sometimes written as a cpd)
  2. so long as; as far as; esp. as correlative of yava(ṃ) (and…

tāvatā →

ncped

by (only) so much; for so long; to such an extent; as correlative of yāvata (and yāva):

tāḷa →

ncped

tāḷa1

neuter a key

tāḷa2

masculine beating; striking the hands together, clapping; a percussion instrument.

ubbhida →

ncped

ubbhida1

mfn. springing up, welling up.

ubbhida2

neuter a kind of salt.

ubbijati →

ncped

is agitated, shudders with alarm; is afraid of (usually + gen.); shrinks from, shies away from

ubbijjati →

ncped

is agitated, shudders with alarm; is afraid of (usually + gen.); shrinks from, shies away from

ubbijjeti →

ncped

is agitated, shudders with alarm; is afraid of (usually + gen.); shrinks from, shies away from

ubhayaṃ →

ncped

also, as well (usually following ca)

ucchu →

ncped

sugarcane; the stem of the sugarcane.

udabbahi →

ncped

…having picked…

udakasuddhika →

ncped

believing in or seeking purification through water

udakasuddhikā →

ncped

douche

udaya →

ncped

profit, advantage; result.

uddesa →

ncped

…fic…

uddhariṃsu →

ncped

uddharāpesuṃ →

ncped

uddhasta →

ncped

uddhasta1

mfn. risen; flaring up.

uddhasta2

mfn. covered (with); smothered.

uddhasudha →

ncped

or ~ā, feminine with a covering of plaster; or covering plaster

uddhata →

ncped

…raised; puffed up; overstimulated; agitated, over-excited; flurried

uddhata2

mfn.

  1. risen, elevated high.
  2. also could mean as…

uddhaṃsarāsuddhi →

ncped

purity by means of continuing further; purity through saṃsara

uddhaṭa →

ncped

…raised; puffed up; overstimulated; agitated, over-excited; flurried

uddhaṭa2

pp mfn. pulled out; dug out; removed; collected;…

uddhumāta →

ncped

inflated; swollen, bloated; the bloated (corpse, as asubha kammatthāna.

uddhumātaka →

ncped

swollen; bloated, esp. of a corpse; the bloated (corpse, as asubha kammatthāna.

uddisiṃsu →

ncped

uddāna →

ncped

summary, a list of names or titles (in verse); a list of subjects (given at the end of a vagga).

uddāpava →

ncped

having a (surrounding) mound.

uddāpavat →

ncped

having a (surrounding) mound.

uggacchati →

ncped

goes up, rises, ascends; goes out, issues (from); is vomited.

uggata →

ncped

having ascended; risen; issued (from); vomited; high, tall; exalted, eminent.

uggiriṃsu →

ncped

ujjaliṃsu →

ncped

were shining; were blazing up.

ujjaviṃsu →

ncped

went upstream.

ujjhati →

ncped

ujjhati1

pr. 3 sg. abandons, leaves off; lets go, discharges; casts out, removes.

ujjhati2

pr. 3 sg.

ukka →

ncped

…a fire brand

ukka2

masculine neuter a house.

ukka3

masculine re-opening (of a (legal) question already settled).

ukkaṃsavakaṃsa →

ncped

excess and deficiency; superiority and inferiority; maximum and minimum.

ukkaṭṭha →

ncped

raised, exalted; highest, superior; big, bigger, biggest

ukkhepa →

ncped

  1. (m.) throwing up; lifting up, raising; a throw.
  2. (n.) suspension (from the saṅgha).

ukkhepaka →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) (one) who suspends (from the saṅgha).
  2. (m.) throwing up; raising.

ukkhepana →

ncped

concerning suspension (from the saṅgha), leading to suspension.

ukkhepaniya →

ncped

concerning suspension; (a formal act of the saṅgha) leading to suspension.

ukkhepaniyakamma →

ncped

(formal) act of suspension

ukkhepaniyakammakata →

ncped

dealt by a (formal) act of suspension; suspended

ukkhipati →

ncped

…up; raises up, extols. 2. throws away; rejects, dismisses; esp. suspends (a bhikkhu from the saṅgha).

ukkhipiyati →

ncped

  1. is raised; is thrown up or about.
  2. is suspended

ukkhipiyiṃsu →

ncped

ukkhipiyyati →

ncped

  1. is raised; is thrown up or about.
  2. is suspended

ukkhipiṃsu →

ncped

ukkhitta →

ncped

  1. lifted, picked up, raised; thrown up; tossed about, blown away.
  2. dismissed, suspended.
  3. lifted up (robe)

ukkhittaka →

ncped

  1. who has been suspended (from the saṅgha).
  2. ( . sc. saṅghāti or sāṭikā ?), raised, lifted up (robe).

ukkoṭesuṃ →

ncped

ummaddāpesuṃ →

ncped

ummagga →

ncped

ummagga1

masculine a deviating way, a different way; a wrong way.

ummagga2

masculine emergence on the surface; (emergence of) an idea, conception; initial thought

ummaṇga →

ncped

emergence on the surface; (emergence of) an idea, conception; initial thought

ummujjati →

ncped

…on the surface (esp. of water); raises one’s head (out of).

ummujjati2

pr. 3 sg. has an idea, conceives (a thought); considers.

ummukka →

ncped

ummukka1

neuter a firebrand, a piece of burning charcoal to kindle a fire

ummukka2

mfn. loosened, taken off.

upacāra →

ncped

approach, way or means of approach; access; vicinity, neighborhood; access; surrounding space; precincts; environs.

upadahita →

ncped

laid upon; handed over; supplied

upadahiṃsu →

ncped

upaddava →

ncped

sudden or grievous accident, calamity, misfortune; violence, oppression.

upadhi →

ncped

…(according to commentaries including the body); attachment to such possessions (forming a basis for rebirth).

upagacchiṃsu →

ncped

upagamiṃsu →

ncped

upahaccaparinibbāyi →

ncped

who realizes nibbāna in the latter half of his existence in one of the suddhāvāsas

upahaccaparinibbāyin →

ncped

who realizes nibbāna in the latter half of his existence in one of the suddhāvāsas

upahaññati →

ncped

is harmed, is damaged; suffers

upajīvati →

ncped

lives upon, supports oneself by, makes a living from (+ acc.; occasionally + instr.); is dependent on, serves; makes use of.

upakkamiṃsu →

ncped

upakārī →

ncped

subsidiary fortification added to a rampart; a low bastion.

upalimpati →

ncped

…sticks, adheres (to,…

upalāpana →

ncped

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

upalāpesuṃ →

ncped

upalāpeti →

ncped

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

upanesuṃ →

ncped

upanāmesuṃ →

ncped

upapajjati →

ncped

  1. enters upon, enters (a state); appears; comes into existence (in); is reborn (in).
  2. is fit for, is suitable.

upapajjiṃsu →

ncped

upapanna →

ncped

  1. entered; come into existence, reborn (in).
  2. possessed of, furnished with; fit, suitable

upasampādesuṃ →

ncped

upasaṃhariṃsu →

ncped

upasaṅkamiṃsu →

ncped

upassaya →

ncped

support; shelter, refuge; dwelling, place to stay; recourse, resorting to.

upassutiṃ →

ncped

within earshot; so as to listen or overhear.

upasumbhati →

ncped

throws to.

upasussati →

ncped

dries up.

upasussayati →

ncped

upatthaddha →

ncped

  1. supported; sustained.
  2. stiff, proud; haughty.

upavajja →

ncped

upavajja1

fpp mfn.

upavajja2

fpp mfn. to be criticized, blameworthy

upaṭṭhahiṃsū →

ncped

upaṭṭhāka →

ncped

(~ī)n. & m. feminine

  1. (mfn.) serving, attending, supporting.
  2. (m.f.) one who serves or supports; a personal attendant; a nurse.

uposatha →

ncped

…to teaching on the dhamma (usually the day preceding the nights of the new moon and the full moon, and the night midway between the two, i.e. the…

uppala →

ncped

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

uppalaka →

ncped

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

uppaṇḍesuṃ →

ncped

uppaṭipāṭikasutta →

ncped

“different order sutta” (title).

uppāda →

ncped

…startling event, taken as a portent; theinterpretation of portents

uppāda2

masculine coming into being, appearance; production.

uppādayati →

ncped

causes to issue forth or appear; produces, generates, brings into being

uppādeti →

ncped

causes to issue forth or appear; produces, generates, brings into being

uppāta →

ncped

an unusual or startling event, taken as a portent; the interpretation of portents

uppāṭesi →

ncped

tore asunder; rooted out; skinned.

uppāṭetvā →

ncped

having torn asunder; having rooted out; having skinned.

uppāṭiya →

ncped

having torn asunder; having rooted out; having skinned.

upādinna →

ncped

…grasped; used. 2. evolved, derived, esp. evolved by the influence of previous kamma (usually explained by commentaries as meaning (1) animate. 3….

upādisesa →

ncped

remnant of material support or fuel; a residue of grasping.

upādiṇṇa →

ncped

…grasped; used. 2. evolved, derived, esp. evolved by the influence of previous kamma (usually explained by commentaries as meaning 1.);…

upādāna →

ncped

…of, grasping. 2. material support or cause, fuel; (it is often difficult to determine which meaning is intended; both reinforce each other:…

upādānakkhandha →

ncped

one of the five groups of the elements of existence connected with grasping (as cause or object) (and being material support or fuel)

upādāniya →

ncped

(from upādāna) likely to be taken as one’s own, tending to produce grasping; serving as a support or fuel.

upādāya →

ncped

…use of, having as material support or cause; being evolved or deriving (from, gen.). 2. (postp., + acc. or gen.), with, out of because of; with…

upāgamma →

ncped

approaching; having entrered upon; beings subject to.

upāvisuṃ →

ncped

challenge.

upāya →

ncped

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

ussa →

ncped

high; superior.

ussada →

ncped

…swelling. 4. abundance, prevalence, preponderance. 5. over-abundance, excess. 6. a supplementary niraya (of which there are either 16 or 16…

ussahiṃsu →

ncped

ussuka →

ncped

busy, zealously active; striving, eager (for); repining (for).

ussukka →

ncped

zealous activity, exertion, effort; concern; eagerness.

ussukkati →

ncped

moves up, rises; moves forward, advance; progress

ussussati →

ncped

3 g. dries up; shrivels up.

ussādiyiṃsu →

ncped

ussūra →

ncped

the time when the sun is high; the afternoon.

ussūrabhatta →

ncped

whose meal is late in the day

ussūraseyyā →

ncped

lying late in bed, lying in bed when the sun is up

usu →

ncped

an arrow.

usukāra →

ncped

arrow maker, a fletcher

usuloma →

ncped

with arrows for hair

usuyyaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. discontented, envious

usuyyati →

ncped

is discontented, resentful (at the merits or achievements of another); is jealous, is envious (of usually gen./dat.)

usuyyā →

ncped

discontent (at the merits or achievements of another); envy, jealousy

usūyaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. discontented, envious

usūyati →

ncped

is discontented, resentful (at the merits or achievements of another); is jealous, is envious (of usually gen./dat.)

usūyā →

ncped

discontent (at the merits or achievements of another); envy, jealousy

uttamattha →

ncped

the supreme goal; the highest good

uttarasuve →

ncped

the day after tomorrow

uttari →

ncped

  1. (ind.) further, beyond (+ abl); more; in addition; most, exceedingly.
  2. (mfn.) better, superior.

uttarimanussadhamma →

ncped

(& mfn.?) an extraordinary or superhuman quality or attainment; (beyond the human norm; extraordinary)

uttaritara →

ncped

higher, superior; further, more (+instr. or abl.; once + gen.).

uttariṃ →

ncped

  1. (ind.) further, beyond (+ abl); more; in addition; most, exceedingly.
  2. (mfn.) better, superior.

uttāna →

ncped

on one’s back, supine; with the mouth or opening uppermost; spread out; clear; plain, easily understood; shallow.

uttānaka →

ncped

on one; s back, supine; clear, easily understood.

uttāresuṃ →

ncped

they let cross; they saved; they assisted.

utunī →

ncped

menstruating; liable to menstruate; in the (subsequent) fertile period, fertile.

uyyojesuṃ →

ncped

uyyānabhūmi →

ncped

pleasure ground, a park

uḍḍeti →

ncped

…3 sg. flies up

uḍḍeti2

pr. 3 sg. ties, strings up; lays out, fixes (a snare or noose or net); lays out, presents (as a trap, or…

uḷāratama →

ncped

superl.

uṭṭhapesuṃ →

ncped

uṭṭhāpesuṃ →

ncped

ābhicetasika →

ncped

mental, concerned with consciousness; or concerned with higher consciousness, superior thought.

ābhā →

ncped

…splendor, radiance, light; resemblance, appearance.

ābhā2

masculine f. plural radiant, (the name of) a class of…

ācariyaka →

ncped

subject of learning, doctrine; craft, profession; teaching.

ācariyaparamparā →

ncped

the succession of teachers

ācariṃsu →

ncped

ācikkhiṃsu →

ncped

āciṇṇa →

ncped

practised; made a habit of, customary; usual; practice, habit, usage

ādeyyavācana →

ncped

whose speech is persuasive or influential.

ādeyyavākyavacana →

ncped

whose speech is persuasive or influential.

ādhipacca →

ncped

(from ādhipati) sovereignty, supremacy; power, control.

ādhāra →

ncped

support, prop; a holder, stand; that which contains, a vessel, a receptacle; the subject of discussion.

ādicca →

ncped

and mfn.

  1. (m.) the sun.
  2. (mfn.) belong to the ādicca lineage.

ādiccabandhu →

ncped

kinsman of the sun; of the “sun” lineage

ādiccapatha →

ncped

the path of the sun; the sky

ādissa →

ncped

…at; indicating; specifying; with reference to; assigning

ādissa2

fpp mfn. to be pointed at; to be criticized

ādiyati →

ncped

…takes, accepts, receives; takes up, undertakes; appropriates; seizes, grasps.

ādiyati2

pr. 3 sg. attends to, takes notice of; shows…

ādiyi →

ncped

ādiyi1

aor. 3 sg.

ādiyi2

aor. 3 sg.

ādāya →

ncped

ādāya1

absol. taking, receiving, with.

ādāya2

masculine (the adopting of) a belief, a view.

āga →

ncped

āga1

aor. 3 sg.

āga2

2 sg.

āgacchi →

ncped

āgacchi1

aor. 3 sg.

āgacchi2

2 sg.

āgacchiṃsu →

ncped

āgamaṃsu →

ncped

āgamesuṃ →

ncped

āgañchi →

ncped

āgañchi1

aor. 3 sg.

āgañchi2

2 sg.

āgañchiṃsu →

ncped

āgu →

ncped

āgu1

3 plural

āgu2

neuter offense, wrong-doing.

āgā →

ncped

āgā1

(?) comes to; returns.

āgā2

aor. 3 sg.; comes to; returns.

āgā3

2 sg.; comes to; returns.

āhariṃsu →

ncped

see āharati)

āhaṃsu →

ncped

āhu →

ncped

…someone might say, it is said; 3 sg. āha.

āhu2

3 plural

āhāra →

ncped

taking; food, nutriment, sustenance; fuel; support.

āhāraṭṭhika →

ncped

dependent upon food or sustenance

ājāniṃsu →

ncped

ājīva →

ncped

livelihood; way of living; means of subsistence.

ākaḍḍhati →

ncped

…(a bow); draws (a line),…

ākiṇṇa →

ncped

poured (into), heaped up (in); overspread, filled, crowded; surrounded, being in a crowd; disordered, unrestrained, impure

ākoṭesuṃ →

ncped

ālambana →

ncped

something to hold on to or lean on, support; a staff; a support on a carriage

ālambaṇa →

ncped

something to hold on to or lean on, support; a staff; a support on a carriage

ālapiṃsu →

ncped

ālimpesuṃ →

ncped

ālinda →

ncped

terrace or verandah (esp. in front of the door of a house or dwelling); a surrounding platform or ledge

āma →

ncped

…followed by voc. and/or affirming clause): yes, indeed, certainly.

āma2

mfn. raw, uncooked; unbaked; unripe, immature;…

āmantayati →

ncped

summons; addresses, speaks to; informs, consults; takes leave of

āmantesuṃ →

ncped

āmanteti →

ncped

summons; addresses, speaks to; informs, consults; takes leave of

āmantita →

ncped

summoned; invited; addressed

āmantāpetvā →

ncped

making summon; making speak to, address; making take leave of.

āmo →

ncped

(particle of assent or approval or recollection, usually followed by voc. and/or affirming clause): yes, indeed, certainly.

ānanda →

ncped

joy, pleasure, bliss.

ānantarika →

ncped

…(n.) an action producing consequences in the immediately following existence

ānantarika2

neuter immediacy, immediate sequence or…

ānantariya →

ncped

…(n.) an action producing consequences in the immediately following existence

ānantariya2

neuter immediacy, immediate sequence or…

ānayati →

ncped

leads towards or near; brings, fetches; brings home, brings home (as a wife); brings back; supplies, understands (a meaning or word)

ānesuṃ →

ncped

āneti →

ncped

leads towards or near; brings, fetches; brings home, brings home (as a wife); brings back; supplies, understands (a meaning or word)

ānubhāva →

ncped

majesty, splendor; authority; power, efficacy; magic or supernatural power; instr. ~ena often expresses: by means of, owing to.

ānulomika →

ncped

in regular order; conformable to, suitable.

ānupubba →

ncped

order, regular order, succession.

āpabhinandi →

ncped

finding pleasure in (the element of) water

āpabhinandin →

ncped

finding pleasure in (the element of) water

āpajjiṃsu →

ncped

āpucchiṃsu →

ncped

ārabbha →

ncped

undertaking; making a starting point of; taking as subject-matter; with reference to; concerning (+ ace. or gen.)

ārabhati →

ncped

…of; begins, undertakes, embarks upon; starts, initiates

ārabhati2

pr. 3 sg. kills, slaughters; sacrifices.

ārabhiṃsu →

ncped

āraddha →

ncped

…mfn. (pass.) taken hold of, undertaken, begun, initiated

āraddha2

mfn. accomplished, achieved; pleased; satisfied.

ārocesuṃ →

ncped

ārocāpesum →

ncped

they tell; they announce.

āropesuṃ →

ncped

ārādhaka →

ncped

(~ikā)n. who conciliates, wins approval; accomplishing, fulfilling; successful.

ārādhana →

ncped

conciliating, winning over; accomplishment; success.

ārādhanīya →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) to be fulfilled, to be achieved.
  2. (n.) what is to be accomplished; success, approval

ārādhayati →

ncped

wins the favor or approval of, conciliates, propitiates; honors, satisfies; accomplishes, fulfills, carries to a successful end; achieves, gains

ārādhayiṃsu →

ncped

ārādheti →

ncped

wins the favor or approval of, conciliates, propitiates; honors, satisfies; accomplishes, fulfills, carries to a successful end; achieves, gains

ārāma →

ncped

pleasure-grove, a garden, a park, esp. one given for the benefit of bhikkhus (and containing shelters or dwellings).

ārāmapesaka →

ncped

superintendent of the park-servants

āsaṃsuka →

ncped

full of expectation; hoping.

āsaṅkati →

ncped

suspects; distrusts; fears.

āsi →

ncped

āsi1

aor. 3 sg.

āsi2

pr. 3. sg. you sit; or you are.

āsumbhati →

ncped

lets fall, drops; throws down

āsumbhitvā →

ncped

āsumbhiṃsu →

ncped

āsumhati →

ncped

lets fall, drops; throws down

āsuṃ →

ncped

āsādana →

ncped

insult, offensiveness.

āsādanapekkha →

ncped

looking to insult, aiming to be offensive

āsādayati →

ncped

meets, encounters, reaches; approaches with (physical or verbal) violence; strikes against, hits; offends, insults

āsādeti →

ncped

meets, encounters, reaches; approaches with (physical or verbal) violence; strikes against, hits; offends, insults

āsīdati →

ncped

approaches; meets with, encounters; approaches with (physical or verbal) violence; strikes against, hits; offends, insults.

āsītika →

ncped

āsītika1

mfn. of eighty years; eighty years old.

āsītika2

masculine a name of a creeper.

ātapa →

ncped

sunlight; heat of the sun; heat light.

ātta →

ncped

taken; assumed; grasped.

āttañjahadaṇḍa →

ncped

…a stick in hand, who has embraced violence

āttañjahadaṇḍa2

mfn. a raised stick; violence

ātura →

ncped

sick, ill; suffering, afflicted; wretched.

ātāpeti →

ncped

heats; consumes by heat; tortures, inflicts pain on.

āvasiṃsu →

ncped

āvatta →

ncped

…whirlpool, eddy

āvatta2

pp mfn.

  1. turned, converted; enticed, seduced.
  2. having returned; turned back (esp. to a layman’s…

āvaṭṭa →

ncped

…whirlpool, eddy

āvaṭṭa2

pp mfn.

  1. turned, converted; enticed, seduced.
  2. having returned; turned back (esp. to a layman’s…

āvuta →

ncped

āvuta1

pp mfn. covered, encompassed; obstructed; shut, shut off

āvuta2

pp mfn. threaded through; inserted

āvāsaparamparā →

ncped

succession of residences or dwellings

āvāsaparamparāṃ →

ncped

to all the dwellings in succession

āvāsika →

ncped

…or permanent) residence (usually of a bhikkhu). 2. (m.) a resident bhikkhu (usually staying permanently in the vihāra and/or acting as a…

āyatakena →

ncped

suddenly, abruptly, of a sudden

āyatanaso →

ncped

  1. as the fields of perception.
  2. in the right sphere; suitably

āyuhati →

ncped

thrusts forward, pushes forward (intrans.); struggles, strains, exerts oneself (esp. in water); pursues, works at

āyūhati →

ncped

thrusts forward, pushes forward (intrans.); struggles, strains, exerts oneself (esp. in water); pursues, works at

āḷhaka →

ncped

fluid and dry measure.

āḷinda →

ncped

terrace or verandah (esp. in front of the door of a house or dwelling); a surrounding platform or ledge

āṇāpesuṃ →

ncped

īdisa →

ncped

(~ā ~ī)n. of such a kind, such; such and such; like this.

īdisaka →

ncped

of such a kind; like this.

ūhanati →

ncped

…3 sg. pushes upwards or out; throws up, throws away; removes; raises.

ūhanati2

pr. 3 sg. hits at, strikes; hurts, damages, afflicts,…

ūhata →

ncped

…mfn. hit; afflicted;…

ūsa →

ncped

saline substance; saline soil.

ḍahati →

ncped

burns, consumes; torments.

ḍayhati →

ncped

ḍayhati1

pr. 3 sg.

ḍayhati2

pass. pr. 3 sg. pass.pr. is burnt, burns (intrans.); suffers pain.

ḍayhiṃsu →

ncped

of ḍayhati

ṭhapana →

ncped

, ~a., feminine causing to stop; omission, suspension.

ṭhapesuṃ →

ncped

of ṭhapeti

ṭhapetabba →

ncped

to be placed; to be fixed; to be suspended.

ṭhapeti →

ncped

…stop; places aside, saves, puts by; sets aside; suspends.

ṭhapetvā →

ncped

…of ṭhapeti making stand; placing; setting

ṭhapetvā2

absol. of ṭhapeti stopping; setting aside;…

ṭhapita →

ncped

  1. made to stand, placed, fixed; set up; deposited; appointed; ordained.
  2. set aside; suspended.

ṭhāna →

ncped

…spot; a site; a location; a suitable place; a worthy object. 2. region, sphere; metaphysical or spiritual state.

  1. situation;
    1. station;…

abhabbāgamana →

nyana

kilesa, by the result of their evil actions see: vipāka, or who are devoid of faith, energy and understanding, and unable to enter…

abhibhāyatana →

nyana

…after a while in mind is visualized as a mental reflex or image nimitta and, as if it were, as something external. Such an exercise, though…

abhinibbatti →

nyana

Abhinibbatti: a Sutta term for rebirth; see: punabbhava

abhisamācārika-sīla →

nyana

…external duties of a Bhikkhu such as towards his senior, etc. abhisamācārika-sīla is a name for those moral rules other than the 8 ending…

abhiññā →

nyana

…and the undeveloped one, the surpassable and the unsurpassable mind, the concentrated and the unconcentrated mind, the freed and the unfreed…

acinteyya →

nyana

…potential range of kammic-result kamma - vipāka, and speculation over the world loka - cintā, especially over an absolute first…

adukkha-m-asukhā vedanā →

nyana

[[adukkha-m-asukhā vedanā]]Adukkha-m-asukhā vedanā: ‘feeling which is neither painful nor pleasant’, i.e. neutral or indifferent feeling;…

akanittha →

nyana

…the inhabitants of the 5th and highest heaven of the Pure Abodes suddhāvāsa, cf. avacara deva II Anāgāmī

akuppa-dhamma →

nyana

…duration, and enters them and emerges from them effortlessly, then it is impossible that in such a person the attainments may become shaken through…

akusala →

nyana

…disadvantageous kamma-results and contain the initiating seeds of unhappy & painful future, destiny and rebirth. Cf. kamma, paticca -…

akusala-vitakka →

nyana

…thinking of the evil results, paying no attention to them, analyzing them, suppressing them.

M. 20 is translated in: The Removal of…

alcohol prohibition →

nyana

[[alcohol prohibition]]Alcohol restriction: see: surāmeraya - majja - ppamādatthānā. The 5th training rule.

altruistic joy →

nyana

[[altruistic joy]]Altruistic Mutual Joy: muditā is one of the 4 sublime & divine abodes brahma-vihāra.

anattā →

nyana

…are impermanent and subject to suffering, the corresponding text for the third characteristic states that all states, all phenomena are…

anaññātañ-ñassāmītindriya →

nyana

Anaññātañ-ñassāmīt-indriya: is one of the 3 supra-mundane mental abilities; see: indriya 20.

anicca →

nyana

…of impermanence: Whatever is subject to origination, is also subject to ceasing see: Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta, see: S. XLVI, 11. In his last…

anicca-saññā →

nyana

…defined in the Girimananda Sutta A. X. 60 as meditation on the impermanence of the five clusters of clinging:

Though, with a faithful heart, one…

anuloma-citta →

nyana

…absorptions jhāna or the supra-mundane paths see: ariya-puggala. These 4 moments of impulsion are: the preparation parikamma, access…

anuloma-ñāna →

nyana

…of knowledge and vision of the path -progress’ see: visuddhi VI, 9. Cf. Vis.M XXI.

anupubba-nirodha →

nyana

Anupubba-nirodha: The 9 ‘successive ceasings’, are the 8 ceasings reached through the 8 absorptions jhāna and the ceasing of feeling and…

anupubba-vihāra →

nyana

Anupubba-vihāra: the 9 ‘successive abodes’, are identical with the 9 anupubba-nirodha see: above. In A. IX, 33 they are called successive…

anusaya →

nyana

…in which beings such and such latent tendencies exist, and which latent tendencies, and with regard to what, and in which sphere of existence….

anussati →

nyana

…beings besides see: deva. Such faith, such morality, such knowledge, such generosity, such insight, possessed of which those divine beings, after…

anāgāmī →

nyana

…of the clearly-visible sudassa gods, from there in the heaven of the clear-visioned sudassī gods, from there in the heaven of the highest…

aparihāniya-dhamma →

nyana

…for a nation. Seven such conditions are mentioned in the Mahā-Parinibbāna Sutta D. 16. They are followed by five sets of 7, and one set…

appamāda →

nyana

…of living beings are surpassed by the footprint of the elephant, and the footprint of the elephant is considered as the mightiest amongst…

appamāna-ceto-vimutti →

nyana

Appamāna-ceto-vimutti: Infinite mental release see: ceto-vimutti

Appamāna-subha: a kind of divine being: see: deva II.

arising and vanishing →

nyana

[[arising and vanishing]]Arising and vanishing: of things. The knowledge consisting in the contemplation of; see: visuddhi VI.1.

ariya-puggala →

nyana

…stereotype Sutta text runs as follows:

Stream-enterer:
I: After the disappearance of the three mental chains, the…

ariya-vamsa →

nyana

…clearly comprehending, of such a Bhikkhu it is said that he is firmly established in the ancient lineage of Noble Usage known as the most lofty…

asankhārika-citta →

nyana

sasankhārikacitta, probably go back to a similar distinction made in the Suttas A. IV, 171; path 184. See Tab. I; examples in Vis.M XIV, 84f.

asmi-māna →

nyana

…one’s distinctiveness or superiority that persists, as the 8th fetter samyojana, until the attainment of Arahatship or Nobility. It falsely…

association →

nyana

…that are called meditation-subjects on impurity asubha - kammatthāna; see. bhāvanā. In the Girimananda Sutta A. X., 50, however, the…

assāsa-passāsa →

nyana

…while directed thought and sustained thinking vitakka and vicāra are called verbal constructions vacī-sankhāra, see: sankhāra 2….

asura →

nyana

Asura: D emons, goblin, evil spirit or titan inhabiting one of the lower worlds apāya.

atappa →

nyana

…class of deities see: deva inhabiting the first of the five Pure Abodes suddhāvāsa, in which the Anāgāmī has his last rebirth.

atimāna →

nyana

Atimāna: Superiority-conceit; arrogance see: māna

atta-kilamatha →

nyana

…addiction to sensual pleasures kāma - sukha, whilst the Noble 8-fold path constitutes the Middle path majjhima - patipadā. See the…

aviha →

nyana

…yet derivation is uncertain; Sanskrit avrha is one of the five Pure Abodes suddhāvāsa in the fine-material level. For details, see:…

avijjā →

nyana

…to them as permanent, happy, substantial and beautiful and preventing them from seeing that everything in reality is impermanent, liable to…

avyākata →

nyana

…are either 1: Mere kamma-results vipāka, as e.g. all the sense perceptions and the mental properties associated therewith, or they are 2:…

aññā →

nyana

…occurs frequently in the Suttas, when a Bhikkhu indicates his attainment of Nobility arahatta: He makes known the highest knowledge aññam

beauty →

nyana

…through the perception of: cf. vimokkha II. 3 To hold for beautiful or pure subha what is impure asubha, is one of the 4 perversions see:…

bhangānupassanā-ñāna →

nyana

…of existence, is one kind of insight: see: visuddhi VI, 2.

bhavanga-santāna →

nyana

Bhavanga-santāna: ‘continuity of subconsciousness’; see: santāna

bhavanga-sota →

nyana

…but concealed as such to full consciousness, from where however they occasionally emerge as subconscious phenomena and approach the…

bhayatupatthāna-ñāna →

nyana

…and vision of the path -progress’ see: visuddhi, VI..

bhikkhu →

nyana

…Mendicant Bhikkhu may be suggested as the closest equivalent for Bhikkhu, literally it means he who begs but Bhikkhus do not beg. They silently…

bhojane mattaññutā →

nyana

…Bhikkhus, is knowing the measure in eating. A. III. 16. How o Bhikkhus, would it be possible for Nanda to lead the absolutely pure life of…

bhāvanā →

nyana

…10 loathsome subjects asubha. These produce the 1st absorption.

10 recollections anussati: of the Buddha…

bodhi →

nyana

…later period, the Treasure Store Sutta Nidhikkanda Sutta of the Khuddakapātha, where the following 3 terms are mentioned in stanza 15:…

bojjhanga →

nyana

…while firm in energy, arises supersense-rapture… at such a time he has gained and is developing the link to Awakening ‘rapture’ pīti

brahma-vihāra →

nyana

…the development of these 4 sublime abodes brahma - vihāra - bhāvanā bhāvanā often met with in the Suttas,- is as follows: ’There,…

cakka →

nyana

…is ‘blessing’. There are 4 such ‘auspicious wheels’ or ‘blessings’: living in a suitable locality, company of good people, meritorious acts done…

cakkhu-dhātu →

nyana

Cakkhu-dhātu: ’the element;visual organ; ’see: dhātu.

cakkhu-viññāna →

nyana

Cakkhu-viññāna: ‘visual-consciousness’ see: viññāna.

cakkhāyatana →

nyana

Cakkhāyatana: ’the base;visual organ; ’ see: āyatana.

catu-pārisuddhi-sīla →

nyana

Catu-pārisuddhi-sīla: see: sīla.

cetasika →

nyana

…phenomena of existence are summed up under the aspect of 5 groups: materiality, feeling, perception, mental constructions, consciousness see:…

ceto-vimutti →

nyana

…‘void deliverance of mind’ suññatā- *c.*

In a more restricted sense, ‘Infinite deliverance of mind’ is a name for the 4 Infinite states,…

chanda →

nyana

…coupled with terms for ‘sensuality’, ‘greed’, etc., for instance: kāma-cchanda, sense-desire’, one of the 5 hindrances see: nīvarana

citta-kkhana →

nyana

…This moment again is subdivided into the genetic uppāda static thiti and dissolving bhanga moment. One such moment is said in the…

citta-visuddhi →

nyana

Citta-visuddhi: ‘purification of mind’, is the 2nd of the 7 stages of purification visuddhi II,..

consciousness: viññāna →

nyana

…produced by °: citta - ja - rūpa see: samutthāna - Abodes or supports of °: cf. viññānatthiti Functions of °:…

continuity →

nyana

Continuity: of body, subconsciousness, consciousness or groups of existence: santāna.

cāga →

nyana

adhitthāna, recollections’ see: anussati, treasures’ see: dhana.

eating →

nyana

Eating: knowing the measure in bhojane mattaññutā.

emptiness →

nyana

Emptiness: Suññatā - Contemplation of e.: suññatānupassanā - For emptiness of self, pertaining to the 4 truths, see: sacca.

equanimity →

nyana

…Knowledge consisting in e. with regard to all constructions, see: visuddhi VI, 8. - Indulging in e., see: manopavicāra

existence →

nyana

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

eye-consciousness →

nyana

visual-consciousness: cakkhu-viññāna see: dhātu, khandha

eye →

nyana

Eye: 5 kinds, see: cakkhu - Visual organ, see: āyatana.

fruition →

nyana

Fruition: result of supra-mundane path: phala see: ariya-puggala A.

gati →

nyana

…see: apāya the latter 2 as happy courses sugati.

gotrabhū →

nyana

ariya-puggala A.. Cf. visuddhi VII.

II. The ‘Matured One’.;He who is endowed with those things, immediately upon which follows the entrance…

gotrabhū-ñāna →

nyana

Gotrabhū-ñāna: ‘change-of-lineage-knowledge’; see: prec. and visuddhi VII

hadaya-vatthu →

nyana

…in the Abhidhamma Pitaka, no such base is ever localized, a fact which seems to have first been discovered by Shwe Zan Aung Compendium of…

happiness →

nyana

Happiness: feeling of h.: see: sukha - The idea of h. of the world, see: vipallāsa.

hetu →

nyana

…root-condition. In sutta usage it is almost synonymous with paccaya ‘condition’, and often occurs together with it ’What is the cause,…

iddhi →

nyana

iddhi producing the same result. The magical powers are treated in detail in Vis.M XII; Pts.M., Vibh. - App.. They are not a necessary condition…

iddhi-pāda →

nyana

…by effort of will.; As such, they are supra-mundane lokuttara i.e. connected with the path or the fruition of the path; see:…

impurity of the body →

nyana

[[impurity of the body]]Impurity of the body: contemplation of the: see: asubha, sīvathikā.

indriya →

nyana

paññā

3 supra-mundane Abilities

  1. the assurance: ‘I shall know what I did not yet know!’:…

indriyesu gutta-dvāratā →

nyana

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

inducement →

nyana

Inducement: an alternative rendering for decisive-support condition, upanissaya is one of the 24 conditions paccaya.

intoxicating drinks →

nyana

[[intoxicating drinks]]Intoxicating drinks: the evil effect of taking: see: surāmeraya.

iriyā-patha →

nyana

…lying. In the Satipatthāna-sutta see: satipatthāna they form the subject of a contemplation and an exercise in awareness or mindfulness.

While…

javana →

nyana

jhāna or one of the supra-mundane paths magga see. ariya-puggala are: the preparatory parikamma approach upacāra adaptation…

jhāna →

nyana

…text, often met with in the Suttas, runs as follows:

1;Detached from sensual objects, o Bhikkhus, detached from disadvantageous…

pabbajjā →

nyana

…as a candidate for the Order of Bhikkhus, or Bhikkhus.

See Going Forth, by Sumana Samanera WHEEL 27/28 and
Ordination in Theravāda…

paccavekkhana-suddhi →

nyana

Paccavekkhana-suddhi: ‘purity of reflection’, is a name for wise consideration in using the 4 requisites allowed to the monk, i.e. robes, food,…

paccavekkhana-ñāna →

nyana

…path. After they again have sunk into the subconscious stream, there arise, for the purpose of reviewing the fruition of the path the moments of…

paccaya →

nyana

…For example, in the visual process, visual-consciousness is for the immediately following mindelement - performing the function of…

pacceka-buddha →

nyana

…the Treasure-Store Sutta Nidhikhandha Sutta, Khp. mentions pacceka-bodhi the C. Nidd. ascribes to individual Paccekabuddhas the verses…

pada-parama →

nyana

…by heart, and discoursing much, has not penetrated the truth, such a man is called by that name; Pug. 163.

padhāna →

nyana

…things might arise, such as greed and sorrow, if he remained with unguarded senses; and he watches over his senses, restrains his senses….

padhāniyanga →

nyana

…and understanding M. 85, 90; A. V. 53. See pārisuddhi-padhāniyanga.

pahāna →

nyana

…destroyed by lightning, then such an overcoming is called ‘overcoming by destruction’ Vis.M XXII, 110f..

4: When, after the…

palibodha →

nyana

…in the strict practice of a subject of meditation: a crowded monastery, travelling, relatives, association with lay folk, gifts, pupils, repairs in…

pamsukūlik'anga →

nyana

[[pamsukūlik’anga]]Pamsukūlik’anga: the ‘vow to wear only robes made from picked-up rags’, is one of the ascetic rules of purification;…

papañca →

nyana

…see M. 18 Madhupindika Sutta:;Whatever man conceives vitakketi that he differentiates papañceti and what he differentiates, by reason…

paramattha →

nyana

…distinction from most of the Sutta Pitaka, that it does not employ conventional language, but deals only with ultimates, or realities in the highest…

paramī →

nyana

…through developing the 4 sublime states loving-kindness, Pity, altruistic joy, equanimity; see: brahma-vihāra one may reach these 10…

parihāna-dhamma →

nyana

…place, object and duration, does he enter them, or rise therefrom. Therefore it is well possible that such a monk, through negligence, may lose…

parittābha →

nyana

Parittābha: and paritta-subha: are 2 classes of divine beings of the fine-material sphere; see: deva II.

pariññā →

nyana

…characteristics of such and such phenomena, as: ’Materiality has the characteristic of being oppressed; feeling has the characteristic of being…

path and not-path →

nyana

[[path and not-path]]Path and not-path: the knowledge and vision regarding: see: visuddhi V.

path-knowledge →

nyana

Path-knowledge: the 4 kinds of: see: visuddhi VII.

path-result →

nyana

Path-result: fruition: phala

pathavī-dhātu →

nyana

…‘earth-element’ or ‘solid element’. It is cognizable through the sensations of pressure, touch, cold, heat. pain, etc. - About the 4…

paticcasamuppāda →

nyana

…consciousness, however, such as visual-consciousness seeing, etc., as well as all the mental phenomena associated therewith feeling, etc., are…

patipadā →

nyana

…leading to the ceasing of suffering’ = 4th Noble Truth; majjhima - patipadā ‘the Middle Way’.

  1. ‘Progress’ see also the foll. article….

patipadā-ñānadassana-visuddhi →

nyana

Patipadā-ñānadassana-visuddhi: ‘purification by knowledge and vision of the path -progress’ forms the 6th stage of purification visuddhi.

patipannaka →

nyana

Patipannaka: ’ Path -attainer’, is he who had reached one of the 4 supra-mundane paths of Nobility see: ariya-puggala - App.

patipatti →

nyana

Patipatti: practice, or ‘pursuance’ of the teaching, as distinguished from the mere theoretical knowledge of its wording pariyatti.

patisambhidā →

nyana

…since the fruit of a cause results from adhering to the cause, and is reached and effected thereby, therefore it is called result attha In…

patisandhi →

nyana

…of existence any kamma-result takes place, then this kamma-result neither belongs to any other being, nor does it come from any other kamma,…

patisankhānupassanā-ñāna →

nyana

…the ‘purification by knowledge and vision of the path -progress’ patipadā - ñānadassanavisuddhi see: visuddhi VI, and one of the 18 chief…

patti-dāna →

nyana

…Buddhist countries. It is presumed that moral merit, especially that acquired through giving food, can be transferred to others, apparently for the…

paññā →

nyana

…knowledge based on learning suta - mayā - paññā knowledge based on mental development bhāvanā - mayā - paññā D….

paññā-vimutti →

nyana

…have come to ceasing in him. Such a person is called understanding-liberated; paññā - vimutta. Com. to Pug.:;He may be one of five persons:…

phala →

nyana

…e.g. in Sāmañña-phala Sutta, ‘The Results, or Benefits, of Recluseship’; D. 2.

As ’ path -result’, or ‘fruition’, it donotes those moments…

phassa →

nyana

…is an important subject for reflective insight contemplation as succinctly formulated in many verses of the Sn.: 736/7, 778, 851,…

pleasantness →

nyana

Pleasantness: idea of: see: vipallāsa, subhanimitta.

progress →

nyana

…- Purification by knowledge and vision of path -progress, see: visuddhi VI. - p.: of the disciple, see: foll.

progress of the disciple →

nyana

…8-fold path in the: In many suttas occurs an identical passage that outlines the gradual course of development in the progress of the disciple….

puggala →

nyana

…D. 9 under paramattha With such tacit reservations, the term puggala occurs quite frequently in the suttas.

In the ultimate sense paramattha,…

punabbhava →

nyana

…‘renewed existence’, is a sutta term for ‘rebirth’, which, in later literature mostly is called patisandhi The attainment of Sainthood…

pure abodes →

nyana

[[pure abodes]]Pure abodes: suddhāvāsa

purification →

nyana

Purification: the 7 stages of; see: visuddhi.

purity →

nyana

Purity: the elements of the effort for: pārisuddhipadhāniyanga

puthujjana →

nyana

…way to lose these 3 things, such a one is called a worlding; Pug. 9.

According to Com. to M. 9, a ‘worlding’ may be 1 an outsider a non-Buddhist…

puñña-kiriya-vatthu →

nyana

…meritorious action’. In the suttas, 3 are mentioned consisting of giving generosity; dāna - maya - p of morality sīla - maya -…

puñña →

nyana

…stressed, e.g., in the Treasure Store Sutta see: Khp. Tr., Dhp 18, 118, 122. - The Community of Noble Bhikkhus ariya - sangha the third…

pādaka-jjhāna →

nyana

vipassanā, leading to the supra-mundane paths see: ariya-puggala The foundation for the former is the 4th absorption; for insight, however,…

pārisuddhi-padhāniyanga →

nyana

…of morality sīla - parisuddhi - padhāniyanga for purity of mind citta of view ditthi of deliverance vimutti Cf. A. IV, 194. -…

pārisuddhi-sīla →

nyana

Pārisuddhi-sīla: ‘morality consisting in purity’, is fourfold: restraint with regard to the Bhikkhus’ Disciplinary Code, sense restraint,…

pātihāriya →

nyana

…In A. III, 61, the ‘marvel of instruction’ is called the one ‘more noble and sublime’. For iddhi-pātihāriya, see D. 25. See also…

pīti →

nyana

pāmojja or ‘happiness’ sukha some Western translations have wrongly taken it as a synonym of these two terms. Pīti, however, is not a…

pūjā →

nyana

…The Mahā-mangala Sutta Sn. 259 says that;Honour and respect towards those worthy of it, is conducive to great blessing; *pūjā ca…

tadārammana-citta →

nyana

…before sinking into the subconscious. It does not occur with the consciousness of the absorptions nor with supra-mundane consciousness, but…

tanhā →

nyana

…and, bound up with pleasure and lust, now here, now there, finds ever fresh delight. It is the sensual craving kāma-tanhā the craving for…

tathatā →

nyana

Tathatā: ‘Suchness’, designates the firmly fixed nature bhāva of all things whatever. The only passage in the Canon where the word occurs in…

tathāgata →

nyana

…included in The All-Embracing Net of Views Brahmajāla Sutta, tr. Bhikkhu Bodhi BPS.

te-vijja →

nyana

…For details, see: abhiññā 4-6. Cf. Tevijjā Sutta, D. 13 WHEEL 57/58.

terror →

nyana

Terror: awareness of: one of the insight-knowledges; see: visuddhi VI. 3.

theravāda →

nyana

…schools of Buddhism that has survived among those which Mahāyānists have called ‘Hinayāna’. It is sometimes called Southern Buddhism or Pāli…

ti-lakkhana →

nyana

…that all constructions are subject to suffering, that everything is without a self’’ A. III, 134.

What do you think, o Bhikkhus: Is materiality…

ti-pitaka →

nyana

…Canon: the Basket of Discipline Vinaya Pitaka, the Basket of Discourses Sutta Pitaka and the Basket ot Philosophy Abhidhamma Pitaka.

tiracchāna-kathā →

nyana

…talk’, is the name in the sutta-texts for the following:;Talk about kings and robbers, ministers and armies, danger and war, eating and…

titthāyatana →

nyana

…woe which either are the result of the present life’s good or bad action, or are associated with the corresponding action. 2 is the doctrine of…

treasures →

nyana

Treasures: the 7: see: dhana

ādibrahmacariyaka-sīla →

nyana

…men and divine beings, he will put an end to suffering.

ādīnavānupassanā-ñāna →

nyana

…form the ’purification of the knowledge and vision of the path -progress see: visuddhi VI. 4. It is further one of the 18 chief kinds of…

āhāra →

nyana

…materiality see: khandha Summary I. In the figurative sense, as ‘foundation’ or sustaining condition, it is one of the 24 conditions paccaya

ājīva-pārisuddhi-sīla →

nyana

Ājīva-pārisuddhi-sīla: ‘morality consisting in purification of livelihood’, is one of the 4 kinds of perfect morality; see: sīla

ākāsa →

nyana

…materiality see: khandha Summary I; Dhs. 638 and to a sixfold classification of elements see: dhātu M. 112, 115, 140. It is also an object of…

āloka-saññā →

nyana

…58. According to D. 33, it is conducive to the development of ‘knowledge and vision’ see: visuddhi VI + VII, and it is said to be helpful to…

ānantariya →

nyana

…in any one of the 4 kinds of supra-mundane path consciousness see: ariya-puggala, and which therefore is the cause of the immediately following…

ānupubbī-kathā →

nyana

…the depravity of sensual pleasures, and the advantage of renunciation. When the Blessed One perceived that the listener’s mind was prepared,…

ānāpāna-sati →

nyana

…6: Experiencing a pleasurable happiness I will breathe in, thus he trains himself; Experiencing a pleasurable happiness I will breathe out,…

ārammanupanissaya →

nyana

Ārammanupanissaya: Decisive Support Conditional Relation. see: paccaya

āsava →

nyana

…and is more frequent in the Suttas, e.g. in M. 2, M. 9, D. 33; A. III, 59, 67; A. VI, 63. In Vibh. Khuddakavatthu Vibh. both the 3-fold and…

āyatana →

nyana

…and form. What is seen by-visual perception, i.e. by visual-consciousness cakkhu-viññāna are only colors and different intensities of light,…

a →

pts

…Ja.vi.552.

A-2

(an- before vowels) neg. part. prefixed to 1 nouns and adjectives; 2 verbal forms, used like (1)…

ababa →

pts

…= Snp.p.126 (cp. aṭaṭa, abbuda & also Avs.i.4, Avs.i.10 & see for further expln. of term Snp-a.476 sq.

of uncertain origin, prob….

abaddha →

pts

…tied, unbound, unfettered Snp.39 (variant reading and Nd ii.abandha; expld- by rajju-bandhan’ ādisu yena kenaci abaddha…

abbahati →

pts

…freq. for pres., the second often in aor. forms; Sk. ābṛhati, ā + bṛh1, pp bṛḍha (see abbūḷha)

abbata →

pts

…reading SS abhabbata; expld. again as a-vatta). Snp-a.545 (= dhutangavataṃ vinā 2. (adj.) one who offends against the moral…

abbha →

pts

…things that obscure moon- & sunshine, viz.; abbhaṃ mahikā (mahiyā A) dhūmarajo (megho Miln), Rāhu. This list is referred to at…

abbhantarima →

pts

adjective internal, inner (opp. bāhirima) Vin.iii.149; Ja.v.38.

superl. formation fr. abbhantara in contrasting function

abbhañjati →

pts

…same Ja.i.438 (telena ˚etvā); Ja.v.376 (sata-pāka-telena ˚ayiṃsu); Caus. ii. abbhanjāpeti to cause to anoint…

abbheti →

pts

…a bhikkhu who has been suspended for breach of rules Vin.ii.7 (abbhento), Vin.ii.33 (abbheyya); Vin.iii.112 (abbheti), Vin.iii.186 =…

abbhocchinna →

pts

…q.v. under abbokiṇṇa2) not cut off, uninterrupted, continuous Ja.i.470 (variant reading abbo˚); Ja.vi.254, Ja.vi.373; Cp.i.6#3;…

abbhokkiraṇa →

pts

in naṭānaṃ a. “turnings of dancers” DN-a.i.84 in expln of sobha-nagarakaṃ of DN.i.6.

fr. abbhokirati

abbhudeti →

pts

…pi pāṭho).

abhi + ud +…

abbhussakati →

pts

Abbhussakati & ˚usukkati

to go out over, rise above (acc.), ascend, freq. in phrase ādicco nabhaṃ abbhussakkamāno MN.i.317; SN.iii.156 =…

abbhusukkati →

pts

Abbhussakati & ˚usukkati

to go out over, rise above (acc.), ascend, freq. in phrase ādicco nabhaṃ abbhussakkamāno MN.i.317; SN.iii.156 =…

abbhusūyaka →

pts

adjective zealous, showing zeal, endeavouring in (-˚) Pgdp.101. Abbhussakati & usukkati;

abhi + usūyā + ka

abbhuta →

pts

…See also acchariya

Abbhuta2

neuter a bet, a wager, only in phrase abbhutaṃ karoti (sahassena) to make a bet or to bet (a thousand…

abbhuṃ →

pts

…MN.i.448. See also abbhu & abbhuta.

Vedic abhvaṃ, nt. of abhva, see expld. under abbhamatta. Not quite…

abbokiṇṇa →

pts

…as -ṃ adv. in combn. with satataṃ samitaṃ AN.iv.13 = AN.iv.145; Kv.401 (variant reading abbhokiṇṇa), cp. also *Kvu…

abbuda →

pts

…in the 1st & 2nd months after conception the 2nd of the five prenatal stages of development, viz *kalala,…

abbuhati →

pts

…freq. for pres., the second often in aor. forms; Sk. ābṛhati, ā + bṛh1, pp bṛḍha (see abbūḷha)

abbuḷhana →

pts

…Mahesi Mnd.343 = Cnd.503 (eds. of Nd i.have abbūhana, variant reading SS abbussāna; ed. of Nd ii.abbuḷhana, variant reading SS…

abbūḷha →

pts

…Thag.321; Kp-a.153 (˚soka).

Sk. ābṛḍha, pp. of a + bṛh1, see abbahati

abhaya →

pts

…confidence, safety Dhp.317 cp. Dhp-a.iii.491. For further refs. see bhaya.

a + bhaya

abhejja →

pts

adjective not to be split or divided, not to be drawn away or caused to be dissented, inalienable Snp.255 (mitto abhejjo parehi) Ja.i.263 (varasūra…), Ja.iii.318 (˚rūpa of strong character abhijja-ha …

abhi →

pts

…in.

  1. As base in compn. (2nd part of cpd.) abhi occurs only in combn. sam-abhi (which is however, of late…

abhida →

pts

…abhidyu heavenly?

Abhida2

Only in the difficult old verse DN.ii.107 (= SN.v.263 = AN.iv.312 = Nd.64 = Ne.60 = Divy.203) Aorist…

abhiddavati →

pts

to rush on, to assail Mhvs.6, Mhvs.5; Dāvs iii.47.

abhi + dru, cp. dava2

abhigijjhati →

pts

  1. to be greedy for, to crave for, show delight in (c. loc.) Snp.1039 (kāmesu, cp. Cnd.77).
  2. to envy (acc.) SN.i.15 (aññam-aññaṃ).

abhi + gijjhati

abhigīta →

pts

  1. sung for. Only in one phrase, gāthābhigītaṃ, that which is gained by singing or chanting verses (Ger. “ersungen”) SN.i.173; Snp.81 =…

abhijjhita →

pts

coveted, Ja.vi.445; usually neg. an˚ not coveted, Vin.i.287; Snp.40 (= anabhipatthita Snp-a.85; cp. Cnd.38); Vv.47#4 (= na abhikankhita…

abhijjhā →

pts

…gantha, domanassa, sīla.

fr. abhi + dhyā (jhāyati1), cp. Sk. abhidhyāna

abhijjhālu →

pts

…jhāyin from jhāyati1; abhijjhālu with ˚ālu for ˚āgu which in its turn is for āyin. The B.Sk. form is abhidyālu, e.g….

abhijjhālū →

pts

…jhāyin from jhāyati1; abhijjhālu with ˚ālu for ˚āgu which in its turn is for āyin. The B.Sk. form is abhidyālu, e.g….

abhijjhāti →

pts

… pp abhijjhita.

cp. abhidyāti, abhi + jhāyati1; see also abhijjhāyati

abhijjhāyati →

pts

…jhāyiṃsu Snp-a.320).

Sk. abhidhyāyati, abhi + jhāyati1; see also abhijjhāti

abhijānāti →

pts

…= Dhp.423 (“master of supernormal lore” Mrs Rh. D in kindred S. p. 208; cp. also Dhp-a.iv.233); Iti.47 Iti.61 = Iti.81, and perhaps also…

abhijāti →

pts

…(but not the theory of the six species) has been widely adopted by subsequent Hindu writers. 2. Rebirth, descent, Mil.226.

abhi + jāti

abhijāyati →

pts

…in phrase akaṇhaṃ asukkaṃ Nibbānaṃ a. DN.iii.251; AN.iii.384 sq At Snp.214 abhijāyati means “to behave, to be”, cp Snp-a.265…

abhikirati →

pts

…of C for T. apa˚, expld. by chaḍḍetvā); Dhp.25 (˚kīrati metri causa; dīpaṃ abhikīrati = viddhaṃseti vikirati…

abhikkanta →

pts

…(nt.) abhikkantaṃ (combd. with and opp to paṭikkantaṃ) going forward (and backward), approach (and receding) DN.i.70 (= gamaṇa…

abhikkhaṇa →

pts

…abhikkhanati

Abhikkhaṇa2

neuter abhiṇha* only as acc. adv. ˚ṃ constantly, repeated, often Vv.24#12 (=…

abhilāpa →

pts

…of adhivacana combd. with vyañjana & trsl. by Mrs. Rh. D. as “a distinctive mark of discourse”); DN-a.i.20, DN-a.i.23,…

abhimukha →

pts

…approaching Ja.ii.3 (˚ā ahesuṃ met each other). usually -˚ turned to, going to, inclined towards DN.i.50 (purattha˚) Ja.i.203 (devaloka˚),…

abhinandana →

pts

(f.), pleasure, delight, enjoyment DN.i.244; MN.i.498; Ja.iv.397.

fr. abhinandati, cp. nandanā

abhinandati →

pts

…(vacanaṃ)
pp abhinandita (q.v.). Often in combn. with abhivadati

abhinandin →

pts

…rejoicing at, finding pleasure in (loc. or-˚), enjoying AN.ii.54 (piyarūpa); esp. freq. in phrase (taṇhā) tatratatr’âbhinandinī finding…

abhinandita →

pts

only in an˚; not enjoyed, not (being) an object of pleasure SN.iv.213 = Iti.38; SN.v.319.

pp. of abhinandati

abhinata →

pts

…(strained, fig. bent on pleasure MN.i.386 (+ apanata); SN.i.28 (id.; Mrs. Rh. D “strained forth”, cp. Kindred S i.39). See also…

abhinava →

pts

…read for accuṇha in expln of paccaggha; v.v. ll. abbhuṇha & abhiṇha) Thag-a.201 (˚yobbana = abhiyobbana); Pv-a.40…

abhinibbattati →

pts

to become, to be reproduced, to result Pp.51
pp abhinibbatta
■ Cp B.Sk. wrongly abhinivartate].

abhi + nibbattati

abhinibbhidā →

pts

…instead of vyadh.] the successful breaking through (like the chick through the shell of the egg), coming into (proper) life Vin.iii.4;…

abhinibbidā →

pts

…according to expln. as “padālanā-paññatti avijj˚aṇḍa-kosānaṃ”), Ne.98 (so MSS, but C. abhinibbidhā).

abhi…

abhinibbijjhati →

pts

…(read˚ nibbijjheyyun for nibbijjeyyun.) Cp. Buddh. Suttas 233, 234.

abhi + nibbijjhati

abhiniggaṇhāti →

pts

…prohibit; always in combn. with abhinippīḷeti MN.i.120; AN.v.230
■ Cp….

abhinikkhamana →

pts

…going away, esp. the going out into monastic life, retirement renunciation. Usually as mahā˚; the great renunciation Ja.i.61;…

abhinikkhamati →

pts

…forth from (abl.), go out, issue Dhs-a.91; esp. fig. to leave the household life, to retire from the world Snp.64 (= gehā abhinikkhamitvā…

abhinimmadana →

pts

crushing, subduing, levelling out MN.iii.132; AN.iv.189 sq.

abhi + nimmadana

abhinimmināti →

pts

…Nd ii.under pucchā6 (rūpaṃ manomayaṃ); Vv-a.16 (mahantaṃ hatthi-rāja-vaṇṇaṃ)
pp…

abhinindriya →

pts

…DN.i.34, DN.i.77, DN.i.186, DN.i.195 DN.ii.13; MN.ii.18; MN.iii.121; Nd ii.under pucchā6 (only ahīn˚).

vv.ll. at all passages for…

abhinippīḷeti →

pts

…MN.i.120; AN.v.230.

abhi +…

abhinipāta →

pts

…splitting open or cutting with a…

abhinisīdati →

pts

…Vin.iii.29; Vin.iv.273; AN.v.188; Pp.67.

abhi +…

abhinivesa →

pts

…n. 5.

abhi + nivesa, see nivesa2 & cp. nivesana

abhinīla →

pts

…Avs.i.367 Avs.i.370 abhinīla-padma-netra]; Thig.257 (nettā ahesuṃ abbinīla-m-āyatā).

abhi + nīla

abhippasanna →

pts

…sq.; Snp.p.104 (brāhmaṇesu); Pv-a.54 (sāsand), Pv-a.142 (id.). Cp. vippasanna in same meaning.

pp. of…

abhippasāda →

pts

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

abhi + pasāda, cp. BSk. abhiprasāda Avs.12…

abhippavassati →

pts

…to rain, to pour, fall. Usually in phrase mahāmegho abhippavassati a great cloud bursts Mil.8 Mil.13, Mil.36, Mil.304; Pv-a.132 (variant…

abhipūreti →

pts

to fill (up) Mil.238; Dāvs iii.60 (paṃsūhi).

abhi + pūreti

abhiraddhi →

pts

only in neg. an˚; displeasure, dislike, discontent AN.i.79; DN-a.i.52 (= kopass’ etaṃ adhivacanaṃ).

fr. abhiraddha

abhiramati →

pts

… ppr med. abhiramamāna Ja.iii.188, Pv-a.162
pp abhirata (q.v.).
■ 2nd Caus. abhiramāpeti

abhiramāpana →

pts

causing pleasure to (acc.), being a source of pleasure making happy MN.iii.132 (gāmante).

fr. abhiramāpeti, Caus2 of abhiramati

abhiramāpeti →

pts

…to cause one to take pleasure Ja.iii.393. 2. to delight, amuse, divert Ja.i.61
■ Cp. abhiramāpana.

Caus. ii….

abhirati →

pts

delight or pleasure in (loc. or-˚) SN.i.185; SN.iv.260; AN.v.122; Dhp.88. -an˚; displeasure discontent, distaste Vin.ii.110; DN.i.17 (+…

abhiroceti →

pts

…abhibhavitvā vijjotati thus to no. 3). 3. variant reading for atiroceti (to surpass in splendour) at Vv.81#12, cp. also no. 2.

abhi +…

abhiruci →

pts

delight, longing, pleasure, satisfaction Pv-a.168 (= ajjhāsaya).

Sk. abhiruci, fr. abhi + ruc

abhirādhin →

pts

adjective (-˚) pleasing, giving pleasure, satisfaction. Ja.iv.274 (mitta˚ = ārādhento tosento Commentary)

fr. abhirādheti

abhirādhita →

pts

having succeeded in, fallen to one’s share, attained Thag.259.

pp. of abhirādheti

abhisajjanā →

pts

…also the compromise-expln by Bdhgh. of abhisajjati as kodha-vasena laggati (DN-a.i.257).

abstr. fr….

abhisamaya →

pts

…Snp.737 (phassa˚, expld. ad sensum but not at verbum by phassa-nirodha Snp-a.509); Pts.ii.215 Pp.41; Vv.16#10 (= saccapaṭivedha…

abhisambujjhati →

pts

…SN.v.433; Pv-a.19. In combn. abhisambujjhati abhisameti, e.g. SN.ii.25; SN.iii.139
ppr med -sambudhāna; pp. -sambuddha

abhisamekkhati →

pts

…regard, notice Ja.iv.19 (2nd sg med. ˚samekkhase = olokesi C.)
ger -samikkha ˚samekkha; [B.Sk. ˚samīkṣya, e.g. Jtm.p.28,…

abhisameti →

pts

…expln.Notes 564 is unnecessary & hardly justifiable) SN.v.438 (an˚ by not thoroughly understanding) AN.v.50…

abhisamikkhati →

pts

…regard, notice Ja.iv.19 (2nd sg med. ˚samekkhase = olokesi C.)
ger -samikkha ˚samekkha; [B.Sk. ˚samīkṣya, e.g. Jtm.p.28,…

abhisamparāya →

pts

…(adj.) “leading to such & such a revirn such & such a future state” DN.i.16, DN.i.24, DN.i.32, DN.i.33 etc (= evaṃ-vidhā paralokā…

abhisanda →

pts

…overflow, yield, issue, result only in foll. phrases: cattāro puññ’ âbhisandā kusal’ âbhisandā (yields in merit) SN.v.391 sq.;…

abhisandana →

pts

result, outcome, consequence Pts.i.17 (sukhassa).

= abhisanda

abhisaṃsati →

pts

…on Ja.v.174 (˚saṃsittha 3rd sg. pret med. = paribhāsi C.)
aor abhisasi Ja.vi.187, Ja.vi.505, Ja.vi.522 (=…

abhisaṅkhāra →

pts

…only in two combns., viz

  1. gamiya˚; (or gamika˚) a heathenish practice Vin.i.233; AN.iv.180, &
  2. iddha˚; (= iddḥi˚)…

abhiseceti →

pts

to cause to be sprinkled or inaugurated Ja.v.26. (imper. abhisecayassu).

caus. of abhisiñcati

abhisevanā →

pts

pursuit, indulgence in (-˚) Sdhp.210 (pāpakamma˚).

abhi + sevana fr. sev

abhitiṭṭhati →

pts

to stand out supreme, to excel, surpass DN.ii.261; Ja.vi.474 (abhiṭṭhāya = abhibhavitvā C.).

abhi + tiṭṭhati

abhito →

pts

…case fr. prep. abhi etym.

  1. round about, on both sides Ja.vi.535 (= ubhayapassesu C.) Ja.vi.539
  2. near, in the presence of Vv.64#1 (= samīpe…

abhittharati →

pts

to make haste Dhp.116 (= turitaturitaṃ sīghasīghaṃ karoti Dhp-a.iii.4).

abhi + tarati2, evidently wrong for abhittarati

abhitthunati →

pts

to praise Ja.i.17 (aor abhitthuniṃsu); cp. thunati 2
pp -tthuta Dhp-a.i.88.

abhi + thunati; cp. abhitthavati

abhitunna →

pts

…(Cp. turati & tarati2 and Ved. turvati) Thus the correct spelling is -tuṇṇa = Sk. abhitūrṇa. The latter occurs as…

abhitāpa →

pts

…very hot Vin.iii.83 (sīsa˚ sunstroke); MN.i.507 (mahā˚ very hot) Mil.67 (mahābhitāpatara much hotter); Pv.iv.1#8 (mahā˚ of niraya).

abhi +…

abhivadati →

pts

…In this sense always combd. with abhinandati, e.g. at MN.i.109, MN.i.266, MN.i.458; SN.iii.14 SN.iv.36 sq.;…

abhivagga →

pts

great mass (?), superior force (?), only in phrase -ena omaddati to crush with sup. force or overpower MN.i.87 = Cnd.199#6.

abhi + vagga

abhiveṭheti →

pts

Kern’s (

Toevoegselen

s. v.) proposed reading at Ja.v.452 for ati˚; which however does not agree with C expln. on p. 454.

abhivihacca →

pts

…of abhi +…

abhivijayati →

pts

…Of -jayati the ger. -jiya at DN.i.89, DN.i.134 DN.ii.16. Of -jināti the pres. 3rd pl. -jinanti at Mil.39 the ger….

abhivinaya →

pts

…Vin.v.1 sg.

abhi +…

abhivitarati →

pts

“to go down to”, i.e. give in, to pay heed, observe Vin.i.134 and in ster. expln. of sañcicca at Vin.ii.91; Vin.iii.73, Vin.iii.112; Vin.iv.290.

abhi + vitarati

abhiyāti →

pts

…SN.i.216 (aor. abhiyaṃsu, variant reading SS abhijiyiṃsu); Dhp-a.iii.310 (aor. abhiyāsi as variant reading for T. reading pāyāsi; the…

abhiñña →

pts

adjective (usually -˚) knowing, possessed of knowledge, esp. higher or supernormal knowledge (abhiññā), intelligent; thus in chalabhiñña one…

abhiññatā →

pts

in cpd. mahā˚; state or condition of great intelligence or supernormal knowledge SN.iv.263; SN.V.175, SN.V.298 sq.

fr. abhiññā

abhiññā →

pts

…abhi + jñā, see jānāti

Abhiññā2

ger. of abhijānāti.

abhiṭhāna →

pts

…For other relations & suggestions see Dhs trsl.267
■ See also ānantarika.

abhi + ṭhāna, cp. abhitiṭṭhati; lit. that which…

abhumma →

pts

adjective groundless, unfounded, unsubstantial, Ja.v.178; Ja.vi.495.

a + bhumma

abhūta →

pts

…Dhp.306 = Iti.42; expld. as “ariy’ ûpavāda-vasena alika-vādin” Snp-a.478; as “tucchena paraṃ abhācikkhanto…

accagā →

pts

…of ati-gacchati (q.v. for similar forms) he overcame, should or could overcome Snp.1040 (expld. wrongly as pp. = atikkanta at Cnd.10…

accanta →

pts

…Mil.26 (id.); Snp.794 (˚suddhi = param ttha-accantasuddhi Snp-a.528); Thag.692 (˚ruci); Dhp.162 (˚dussīlya = ekanta Dhp-a.iii.153).

ati…

accasara →

pts

…proper behaviour), too self-sure, overbearing, arrogant, proud SN.i.239 (variant reading accayasara caused by prolepsis of foll. accaya); Ja.iv.6…

accasarā →

pts

overbearing, pride, selfsurity Vb.358 (+ māyā). Note. In id. p. at Pp.23 we read acchādanā instead of…

accasārin →

pts

…aspiring too high Snp.8 sq. (yo nâccasārī, opp. to na paccasārī; expld. at Snp-a.21 by yo nâtidhāvi, opp. na ohiyyi).

accaya →

pts

…passing away, end, death. Usually as instr. accayena after the lapse of, at the end or death of, after Vin.i.25; DN.ii.127…

acceti →

pts

  1. to pass (of time), to go by, to elapse Thag.145 (accayanti ahorattā).
  2. to overcome to get over Mil.36 (dukkhaṃ)

caus acceti to make go on (loc.), to put on Ja.vi.17 (sūlasm …

accha →

pts

…not shaded“

Accha2

a bear Vin.i.200; AN.iii.101; Ja.v.197, Ja.v.406, Ja.v.416; Mil.23 Mil.149. At Ja.vi.507 accha figures as…

acchanna →

pts

…At DN.i.91 nacchanna is for na channa (see channa2) not fair, not suitable or proper (paṭirūpa).

pp. of…

accharika →

pts

(nt. or f.?) in -ṃ vādeti to make heavenly music (lit. the sounds of an accharā or heavenly nymph) AN.iv.265.

fr. accharā2

acchariya →

pts

…connects it with accharā1 (which is prob. correct & thus reduces Sk. āścarya to a Sanskritisation of acchariya) viz. Dhammapāla:…

accharā →

pts

…a quick sound“

Accharā2

feminine a celestial nymph MN.i.253 (pl. accharāyo MN.ii.64; Thig.374 (=…

acchecchi →

pts

…3) in combn. with taṇhaṃ MN.i.122; SN.i.12, SN.i.23, SN.i.127 (so read for acchejja); SN.iv.105, SN.iv.207….

acchādeti →

pts

…rajo acchādesi dust filled the air)
pp acchanna (q.v.).

ā + chādeti1, Caus. of chad, cp. BSk….

acci-bandha →

pts

…at Vin.i.287 is expld. by Bdhgh as caturassa-kedāra-baddha (“divided into short pieces” Vin Texts ii.207), i.e. with…

accupati →

pts

…read accuppati, aor. 3rd sg. of accuppatati to fall in between (lit. on to), to interfere (with two people quarelling). C. explains…

accāvadati →

pts

to speak more or better, to surpass in talk or speech; to talk somebody down, to persuade, entice Vin.iv.224, Vin.iv.263; SN.ii.204 sq.; Ja.v.433…

acittaka →

pts

…heartlessly Ja.iv.58 (C. for acetasā).

a + citta2 + ka

acittikata →

pts

adjective not well thought of Mil.229.

a + citta2 + kata; cp. cittikāra

adda →

pts

…Sk. ārdraka

Adda3

adjective wet, moist slippery Ja.iv.353; Ja.vi.309; Mil.346.

  • -āvalepana “smeared with…

addakkhi →

pts

3rd sg. aor. of *dassati; see *dassati 1b.

addasā →

pts

3rd sg. aor. of *dassati; see *dassati 2 a. Adda & Addayana

addha →

pts

…aḍḍha, q.v.

Addha2

adjective soiled, wet; fig. attached to, intoxicated with (cp. sineha) MN.ii.223 (na anaddhabhūtaṃ…

addhan →

pts

…same meaning as prec., expld. at Pv-a.188 by attano pathabhūte addhani gaganatala-magge) This phrase (pathaddhan) however is…

addhika →

pts

…travelling). Often combd. with kapaṇa beggar, tramp, as kapaṇaddhikā (pl.) tramps and travellers (in which connection also as…

addhā →

pts

…Ja.v.307, Ja.v.410 (C. expln. differs) Snp.47, Snp.1057; Cnd.30 = Pts.ii.21 (ekaṃsa-vacanaṃ nissaṃsaya-vacanaṃ etc.) addhā hi…

addhāna →

pts

…acc. of addhan; thus the assumption of a special form addhāna would be superfluous were it not for later forms like addhāne (loc.) Mil.126;…

adeti →

pts

adeyya Ja.v.107, Ja.v.392, Ja.v.493.

Sk. ādayati, Caus. of atti, ad to eat, 1st sg. admi = Gr. ε ̓́δω, Lat. edo; Goth. itan…

adhama →

pts

…Ja.v.397 Sdhp.387.

Vedic adhama = Lat. infimus, superl. of adho, q.v.

adhi →

pts

…as a fixed base, i.e. as 2nd part of a pref. cpd., like ā in paccā˚ (prati + ā), paryā˚ (pari + ā) or ava in paryava˚ (pari…

adhibhavati →

pts

to overcome, overpower, surpass SN.iv.185 sq. (cp. adhibhū) AN.v.248, AN.v.282 (˚bhoti); Ja.ii.336; Ja.V.30
aor adhibhavi

adhibhū →

pts

…is to be preferred as more usual in this connection, see abhibhū); Snp.684 (miga˚ variant reading abhi˚).

fr. adhi +…

adhibrahmā →

pts

superior Brahmā, higher than Brahmā MN.ii.132.

adhi + Brahmā, cp. atibrahmā

adhicca →

pts

…unsupported, uncaused fortuitous, without cause or reason; in foll. phrases -āpattika guilty…

adhicitta →

pts

…nsually in combn. with adhisīla and adhipaññā Vin.i.70; DN.iii.219;…

adhideva →

pts

superior or supreme god, above the gods MN.ii.132; AN.iv.304; Snp.1148; Cnd.307#b, 422 a Cp. atideva.

adhi + deva

adhigacchati →

pts

ajjhāgamuṃ SN.i.12. 2nd aor. 3 sg. adhigacchi Mnd.457. pp. adhigata (q.v.).

adhi +…

adhigaṇhāti →

pts

to surpass, excel SN.i.87 = DN-a.i.32; DN.iii.146; SN.iv.275; AN.iii.33; Iti.19. Ger adhigayha Pv.ii.9#62 = Dhp-a.iii.219 (variant reading BB at…

adhiggahīta →

pts

excelled, surpassed; overpowered, taken by (instr.), possessed Ja.iii.427 (= anuggahīta C.); Ja v.102; vi.525 = 574; Iti.103; Mil.188 Mil.189;…

adhika →

pts

…(= adhimattaṃ). In combn. with numerals adhika has the meaning of “in addition, with an additional, plus” (cp. ādi + ādika,…

adhikaraṇa →

pts

…case, question, cause, subject of discussion, dispute. There are 4 sorts of a. enumerated at var. passages, viz. *vivāda˚ anuvāda˚ āpatta…

adhikāra →

pts

…service, administration, supervision, management, help Vin.i.55; Ja.i.56 Ja.vi.251; Mil.60, Mil.115, Mil.165; Pv-a.124 (dāna˚; cp….

adhimuccati →

pts

…(trs.); to direct upon (with loc.) SN.v.409 (cittaṃ devesu a.).

Pass. of adhi + muc

adhimucchita →

pts

…Ja.iii.242; Ja.v.255 (kāmesu ˚mucchita, variant reading ˚muccita). Cp. ajjhomucchita.

either adhi + muc or mūrch; it would seem more…

adhimuccita →

pts

…Ja.iii.242; Ja.v.255 (kāmesu ˚mucchita, variant reading ˚muccita). Cp. ajjhomucchita.

either adhi + muc or mūrch; it would seem more…

adhipanna →

pts

…loc.) SN.i.72 Thig.345 (kāmesu); Snp.1123 (taṇhā˚ = taṇhânugata Cnd.32); Dhp.288; Ja.iii.38, Ja.iii.369; Ja.iv.396; Ja.v.91, Ja.v.379 (=…

adhipatikā →

pts

moth, a mosquito Mnd.484 (see adhipāta2).

fr. adhipāta2

adhipaññā →

pts

…& paññā); usually in combn. with adhicitta & adhisīla Vin.i.70; DN.i.174; DN.iii.219 (˚sikkhā); AN.i.240; AN.ii.92 sq., AN.ii.239;…

adhipāta →

pts

…moth Snp.964. Expld. at Mnd.484 as “adhipātikā ti tā uppatitvā khādanti…

adhiseti →

pts

to lie on, sit on, live in, to follow, pursue Dhp.41; Snp.671 (= gacchati C.)
pp adhisayita.

adhi + seti

adhisīla →

pts

higher morality, usually in threefold set of adhicitta-sikkha, adhipaññā˚ adhisīla˚ Vin.i.70; DN.i.174; DN.iii.219; AN.iii.133; AN.iv.25;…

adhivara →

pts

adjective superb, excellent, surpassing Vv.16#3 (an˚; unsurpassed, unrivalled; Vv-a.80 = adhika visiṭṭha).

adhi + vara

adhivattati →

pts

to come on, proceed, issue, result SN.i.101; AN.ii.32.

adhi + vattati

adhivutti →

pts

…all passages) DN.i.13 (expld. by adhivacana-pada DN-a.i.103); MN.ii.228; AN.v.36.

adhi + vutti, fr. adhi + vac, cp. Sk. abhivadati

adhiṭṭhaka →

pts

adjective (-˚) bent on, given to, addicted to Ja.v.427 (surā˚).

fr. adhiṭṭhāti

adhiṭṭhāyaka →

pts

adjective (-˚) superintending, watching, looking after, in kamma˚; Mhvs.5, Mhvs.175; Mhvs.30, Mhvs.98; kammanta˚ Dhp-a.i.393.

adho →

pts

adverb below, usually combd. or contrasted with uddhaṃ “above” and tiriyaṃ

adhīna →

pts

adjective (-˚) subject, dependent DN.i.72 (atta˚ & para˚;); Ja.iv.112; DN-a.i.217; also written ādhīna Ja.v.350. See also under para.

cp….

adhīyati →

pts

…DN.i.96.

Med. of adhi + ; i, 1st sg. adhīye taken as base in Pāli

adinna →

pts

…one i.e. stealing, is the 2nd of the ten qualifications of bad character or sīla (dasa-sīla see sīla ii.)….

adu →

pts

…ādu, C. adu expld. on p. 331 fantastically as aduñ ca aduñ ca kammaṃ karohī ti). See also ādu.

perhaps…

aduṃ →

pts

nt. of pron. asu.

agga →

pts

…quality of anything, in enumn of the five “excellencies” of first-fruits (panca aggāni, after which the N. Pañcaggadāyaka),…

aggatā →

pts

pre-eminence, prominence, superiority Kv.556 (˚ṃ gata); Dpvs.iv.1 (guṇaggataṃ gatā)
■ (adj.) mahaggata of great…

aggaḷa →

pts

Aggaḷa & Aggaḷā

feminine (see [occasionally with l.](/define/occasionally with l.)) a contrivance to fasten anything for security or obstruction:

  1. a bolt or cross-bar Vin.i.290; DN.i.89 (*-ṃ āko …

aggaḷā →

pts

Aggaḷa & Aggaḷā

feminine (see [occasionally with l.](/define/occasionally with l.)) a contrivance to fasten anything for security or obstruction:

  1. a bolt or cross-bar Vin.i.290; DN.i.89 (*-ṃ āko …

agghati →

pts

…not to be worth the 16th part of (cp. kalā) Vin.ii.156; SN.i.233; Dhp.70; Vv.20#7 (nânubhoti Vv-a.104), Vv.43#7; Ja.v.284
caus…

agghika →

pts

…(dhaj˚); Dāvs i.39 (pupphamay˚); v.51 (kusum˚;).

= agghiya

aggi →

pts

…fire AN.ii.207; often combd. with aggihuttaṃ paricarati e.g. SN.i.166; Snp.p.79. aggiṃ namati & santappeti to worship the fire…

agha →

pts

…of uncertain etym.

Agha2

masculine neuter the sky, orig. the dark sky, dark space, the abyss of space DN.ii.12; SN.v.45; Vv.16#1…

aghammiga →

pts

sort of wild animal Ja.vi.247 (= aghāvaha miga), Ja.vi.507 (= aghakara). Cp. BSk. agharika Divy.475.

to agha1?

aghavin →

pts

adjective suffering pain, being in misery Snp.694 (= dukkhita Snp-a.489).

to agha1

agāra →

pts

…Snp.376. See also agga2. 3. -āgāra: Owing to freq. occurrence of agāra at the end of compounds of which…

agāriya →

pts

…MN.i.504 (˚bhūta)
■ Usually in neg. anagāriyā (f.) the homeless state (= anagāraṃ as opp. to agāra (q.v.) in…

aha →

pts

…aha; Lat. ehem etc.

Aha2

(-˚) & Aho (˚-) neuter a day. (

  1. -aha only in foll. compounds & cases: instr. ekâhena in…

ahaha →

pts

…exclamation ahahā: see aha1

ahaṃ →

pts

pronoun pronoun of 1st person “I”. nom. sg. ahaṃ SN.iii.235; AN.iv.53; Dhp.222, Dhp.320; Snp.172, Snp.192,…

ahe →

pts

…vuccati vanasaṇḍo“).

= aho, cp. aha1

aho →

pts

…aho, for etym. see aha1

ahuvāsiṃ →

pts

1st sg. pret. of hotī (q.v.) I was Vv.82#6 (= ahosiṃ Vv-a.321).

ahāsi →

pts

3rd sg. aor. of harati (q.v.).

aja →

pts

…on a goat etc. DN.i.9 (expld. DN-a.i.94 as “evarūpānaṃ ajānaṃ mansaṃ khāditabbaṃ evarūpānaṃ na khāditabban ti”). *…

ajeyya →

pts

…grd. of jayati, q.v.

Ajeyya2

adjective not decaying, not growing old, permanent Ja.vi.323. Ajja & Ajja

a + jeyya, grd. of jīyati,…

ajini →

pts

3rd sg. jayati, q.v. Ajiya = ajika

ajja →

pts

…adya & adyā, a + dyā, a˚ being base of demonstr. pron. (see a3) and dyā an old loc. of dyaus (see…

ajjava →

pts

…upright (usually combd. with maddava gentle, soft) DN.iii.213; AN.i.94; AN.ii.113; AN.iii.248; Snp.250 (+…

ajjhabhavi →

pts

3rd sg. aor. of adhibhavati to conquer, overpower, overcome SN.i.240 (prohib. mā vo kodho ajjhabhavi);…

ajjhabhu →

pts

…hard to conquer; variant reading ajjhabhi for ajjhabhavi). Cp. ajjhabhavi.

3rd sg. aor. of adhibhavati (q.v.)

ajjhabhāsi →

pts

to address SN.iv.117 (gāthāhi); Kp v. = Snp.p.46 (gāthāya); Pv-a.56, Pv-a.90.

3rd sg. aor. of adhibhāseti

ajjhagā →

pts

…Snp.956 (ratiṃ; expld. at Mnd.457 by adhigacchi); Iti.69 (jātimaraṇaṃ); Dhp.154 (taṇhānaṃ khayaṃ); Vv.32#7 (visesaṃ…

ajjhapara →

pts

SN.v.218: substitute variant reading accasara (q.v.).

ajjhatta →

pts

…of the peace of the 2nd jhāna), DN.i.70 = AN.ii.210; AN.v.206 (inward happiness. a. sukkhaṃ niyakajjhattaṃ attano santāne ti…

ajjhavodahi →

pts

3rd sg. aor. of ajjhodahati to put down Ja.v.365 (= odahi, ṭhapesi C.). Kern, Toev s. v. proposes reading ajjhavādahi (= Sk….

ajjhopanna →

pts

…to the very frequent SS substitution of p for s (see Nd ii.Introd. xix.). Besides this mixture of vv.ll. with s and p there is another…

ajjhosita →

pts

…AN.ii.25 (diṭṭha suta muta +); Mnd.75 Mnd.106, Mnd.163 = Nd ii under nissita; Thig.470 (asāre = taṇhāvasena abhiniviṭṭha…

ajjhosāna →

pts

…taṇhā (see also ajjhopanna), and at Dhs.1059 of lābha (the expln. at Dhs-a.363, Dhs-a.370, from as to eat,…

ajjhottharati →

pts

…out, spread over, cover; to submerge, flood Vin.i.111; Ja.i.61, Ja.i.72, Ja.i.73; Mil.296, Mil.336; Dhp.i.264; Pass. -tthariyati to be overrun…

ajjhupagacchati →

pts

…to consent to, agree, submit Thig.474 (= sampaṭicchati Thag-a.285); Ja.ii.403; Mil.300; pp. ajjhupagata

ajjhācāra →

pts

…(in the Old Cy as expln of avabhāsati). 3. sexual intercourse Ja.i.396; Ja.v.327 (˚cara variant reading for ajjhāvara); Mil.127…

ajjhāpana →

pts

…of the sacred writ, instruction Mil.225.

fr. Caus. ii. of ajjheti

Ajjhāpana2

neuter burning, conflagration Ja.vi.311.

ā +…

ajjhāvara →

pts

surrounding; waiting on, service, retinue Ja.v.322, Ja.v.324, Ja.v.326, Ja.v.327 (explained at all passages by parisā). Should…

ajjā →

pts

…adya & adyā, a + dyā, a˚ being base of demonstr. pron. (see a3) and dyā an old loc. of dyaus (see…

akilāsu →

pts

adjective not lazy, diligent, active, untiring SN.i.47; SN.v.162; Ja.i.109; Mil.382.

a + kilāsu

akkha →

pts

…of Lat. ago, Sk. aj

Akkha2

a die DN.i.6 (but explained at DN-a.i.86 as ball-game: guḷakīḷa); SN.i.149 = AN.v.171 = Snp.659…

akkhaka →

pts

the collar-bone Vin.iv.213 (adhakkhakaṃ); Vin.v.216.

akkha1 + ka

akkhara →

pts

…of a discourse (suttanta) having variety & beauty of words or sounds (opposed to beauty of thought) AN.i.72 =…

akkhata →

pts

…Pv-a.272.

pp. of a + kṣan, cp. parikkhata1

akkhaṇa →

pts

…at DN.iii.263; the usual set consists of 8; thus DN.iii.287; Vv-a.193; Sdhp.4 sq. See also…

akkhi →

pts

…an enlarged form of *oqu, cp. Sk. īkṣate, kṣaṇa, pratīka, anīka; Gr. ο ̓́σσε, ω ̓́ψ (*Κύκλωψ),…

akkhika →

pts

…eyes Dhp-a.i.11.

Akkhika2

neuter the mesh of a net Ja.i.208. -hāraka one who takes up a mesh (?) MN.i.383…

akkhitta →

pts

…hit, struck, thrown Ja.iii.255 (= ākaḍḍhita C.).

BSk…

akkhobbha →

pts

adjective not to be shaken, imperturbable Mil.21.

a + kṣubh, see khobha

akkhāna →

pts

…Mnd.91 (dhamm˚;). The 5th Veda Ja.v.450. (vedam akkhānapañcamaṃ; C: itihāsapañcamaṃ vedacatukkaṃ)
■ The spelling…

akkhāti →

pts

… ■ Intensive or Frequentative is ācikkhati.

ā + khyā, Idg. *sequ; cp. Sk. ākhyāti, Lat. inquam,…

akkosa →

pts

…+ kruś = kruñc, see kuñca & koñca2; to sound, root kr̥, see note on gala

akkuṭṭha →

pts

…Snp.702 (= akkosa-vandana Snp-a.492) Thig.388 (expln Thag-a.256 as above).

pp. of akkosati

akuppa →

pts

…not to be shaken, immovable; sure, steadfast safe Vin.i.11 (akuppā me ceto-vimutti) = SN.ii.239; Vin.ii.69; Vin.iv.214; DN.iii.273; MN.i.205,…

akuppatā →

pts

“state of not being shaken”, surety, safety; epithet of Nibbāna Thag.364.

abstr. fr. last

akācin →

pts

…Vv.60#1. Kern (Toevoegselen s. v.) proposes reading akkācin (= Sk. arka-arcin shining as the sun), but Vv-a.253 explains by…

ala →

pts

…enough, only in neg. anala insufficient, impossible MN.i.455; Ja.ii.326 =…

alaggana →

pts

not hanging on anything, not being suspended DN-a.i.180.

a + laggana

alamba →

pts

…of a woman’s breasts cp. alamb’ ordhva-stanī Suśruta i.371).

a + lamba

alaṃ →

pts

…dat.) it may also be compd. with Vedic araṃ c. dat

  1. (abs.) only in combn. with dat. or inf. (see c. & Note above) …

alaṅkata →

pts

…in meaning “insatiate” SN.i.15 (kāmesu).

pp. of alankaroti

alla →

pts

…allakesa); usually combd. with allavattha with clean clothes (in an ablution; often as a sign of mourning)…

allika →

pts

? only in cpd. (kāma-) sukh’ allik’ânuyoga given to the attachment to sensual joys Vin.i.10; DN.iii.113 DN.iii.130; SN.iv.330; SN.v.421;…

allīyati →

pts

…kesā sīsaṃ allīyiṃsu the hair stuck to the head Ja.i.64 khaggo lomesu allīyi the sword stuck in the hair Ja.i.273 2. fig. to covet,…

alola →

pts

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

a + lola

alāpu →

pts

gourd, pumpkin Dhp.149 (= Dhp-a.iii.112; vv. ll alābu & alābbu).

= alābu, with p for b: so Trenckner Notes 6216

amacca →

pts

…pārisajja); usually combd. with pārisajjā (pl.) viz. DN.i.136 (= piya-sahāyaka DN-a.i.297, but cp. the foll. expln.

amama →

pts

…Mhvs.1, Mhvs.66, combd. with nirāsa (free from longing), at Snp.469 = Snp.494; Ud.32; Ja.iv.303;…

amara →

pts

adjective not mortal, not subject to death Thag.276; Snp.249 (= amara-bhāva-patthanatāya pavatta-kāya-kilesa Snp-a.291); Ja.v.80 (=…

amarā →

pts

…na sakkoti“ etc. This meaning is not beyond doubt, but Kern’s expln.

Toevoegselen

71 does not help to clear it up.

amassuka →

pts

adjective beardless Ja.ii.185.

a + massu + ka

amata →

pts

…Lat. im-mort-a(lis

Amata2

adjective belonging to Amṛta = ambrosial Snp.452 = SN.i.189 (amatā vācā = amata-sadisā…

ambaka →

pts

…perhaps in diff. meaning).

= ambakā?

Ambaka2

a little mango, only in -maddarī

ambakā →

pts

…words with Ambapālī expld. by Bdhgh at Vin.i.385 as ambakā ti itthiyikā).

Sk. ambikā demin. of ambī mother, wife, see P. amma &…

ambala →

pts

at Ja.ii.246 (˚koṭṭhaka-āsana-sālā) for ambara1 (?) or for ambaka2 (?), or should we read kambala˚?.

ambara →

pts

…horizon

Ambara2

(m
■ nt.) some sort of cloth and an (upper) garment made of it (cp. kambala) Vv.53#7 (ratt˚ =…

amha →

pts

…pāsāṇa˚ Dhp-a.iii.151).

Sk. aśman, see also asama2

Amha2, Amhi

see atthi.

amitābha →

pts

adjective of boundless or immeasurable splendour Sdhp.255.

a + mita (pp. of ) + ā + bhā

ammaṇa →

pts

…(bhatt˚). 2. a certain measure of capacity Ja.i.62; Ja.ii.436 (taṇḍul˚). As -ka at Ja.ii.117 (variant reading ampaṇaka);…

amu →

pts

Amu˚

base of demonstr. pron. “that”, see asu.

amājāta →

pts

…an old mistake, expld. by C. forcibly as “āma ahaṃ vo dāsī ti”!). See also āmāya.

amā + jāta; amā adv. “at…

amānusa →

pts

adjective non-or superhuman unhuman, demonic, peculiar to a non-human (Peta or Yakkha) Pv.ii.12#20 (kāma); Pv.iv.1#57 (as n.); Pv.iv.3#6 (gandha,…

anabhirata →

pts

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

an + abhirata

anabhāva →

pts

…of the bonds AN.iv.8. In the supplement to the Dīgha (DN.iii.326) and in the Itivuttaka (p. 115) a later idiom, anabhāvaṃ gameti, cause to…

anala →

pts

adjective

  1. not sufficient, not enough; unable, impossible, unmanageable MN.i.455; Ja.ii.326 = Ja.iv.471.
  2. dissatisfied, insatiate Ja.v.63 (=…

anamatagga →

pts

…by anavarāgra, doubtless by some mistake Weber, Ind. Str. iii.150 suggests an + āmrta, which does not suit the context at all

anassuṃ →

pts

1st sq, pret. of anusūyati (= Sk. anvaśruvaṃ) I have heard MN.i.393.

anassāvin →

pts

…assāva +…

anasuropa →

pts

absence of abruptness Dhs.1341.

an + asuropa

anasuyyaṃ →

pts

not grumbling Ja.iii.27 (variant reading for anusuyyaṃ T.).

Sk. anasūyan, ppr. of an + asūyati

anasūyaka →

pts

adjective not grumbling, not envious Ja.ii.192.

Sk. anasūyaka, cp. usūya

anaya →

pts

…Mil.277, usually combd. with vyasana (as also in BSk, e.g. Jtm.215; Vin.ii.199; SN.iv.159; AN.v.156; Mil.292;…

aneka →

pts

adjective (usually ˚-) not one, i.e. many, various; countlcss, numberless Iti.99 (saṃvaṭṭakappā countless aeons); Snp.688 (˚sākhā);…

aneḷa →

pts

…of impurity (thus expld. at DN-a.i.282, viz. elagalana-virahita), but more likely in lit. meaning “having a pure or clear…

anigha →

pts

see nigha1 and īgha.

anindi →

pts

Anindi-

in -ḷocana (with) faultless eyes Ja.vi.265.

the compn. form of nindā

anissukin →

pts

…under niṭṭhurin).

an + issukin, see also an-ussukin

anitthi →

pts

…characteristics of womanhood, a woman ceasing to be a woman, “nonwoman” Ja.ii.126 (compd with anadī a river without water…

aniṭṭhaṅgata →

pts

anna →

pts

“eating”, food, esp. boiled rice, but includes all that is eaten as food, viz. odana, kummāsa, sattu, maccha, maṃsa (rice gruel, flour, fish, meat) Mnd.372 = Mnd.495. Anna is spelt *[aṇṇa](/define/aṇṇ …

ano →

pts

Ano-

is a frequent form of compn. an-ava, see ava.

anojā FIXME double →

pts

…Ja.vi.536 (korandaka +); usually in cpd. anojapuppha the a. flower, used for wreaths etc. Ja.i.9 (˚dāma a garland of a flowers); Ja.vi.227…

anoma →

pts

…inferior, superior, perfect, supreme, in foll. compounds

  • -guṇa supreme virtue DN-a.i.288. *…

anta →

pts

…or does it belong to anta2 2 in this meaning Cp. ekantaṃ extremely, under anta2): dve antā (two…

antaka →

pts

…or Māra Vin.i.21; SN.i.72; Thig.59 (explained by Thag-a.65 as lāmaka va Māra, thus taken anta2); Dhp.48 (= maraṇa-sankhāto…

antara →

pts

…antara, cp. Gr. ε ̓́ντερα = Sk. antra (see anta3), Lat. interus fr. prep. inter. See also ante anto

antaradhāyati →

pts

…Snp.449 (˚dhāyatha 3rd sg. med.); Vv.81#28 (id.); Ja.i.119 = Dhp-a.i.248; Dhp-a.iv.191 (ppr. ˚dhāyamāna & aor. dhāyi)…

antaraṭṭhaka →

pts

…First phrase at Vin.i.31, Vin.i.288; Vin.iii.31; second at MN.i.79 (cp. MN.i.536 where Trenckner divides…

antarika →

pts

…inside: see antarikā. -anantarika with no interval, succeeding, immediately following, next Vin.ii.165,…

antarikā →

pts

…sīm˚ inside the yṡ sphere of influence). 3. interval, interstice Vin.ii.116 (sutt˚ in lace); AN.i.124 (vijj˚ the interval of…

antarā →

pts

…Ja.i.218 has antara-satthīsu); AN.ii.245 (satthīnaṃ. but variant reading satthimhi) 2. (adv.) meanwhile Snp.291, Snp.694; Iti.85; Dhp.237

antarāya →

pts

…Pv.iv.3#22.

antara + aya from i, lit. “coming in between”

Antarāya2

adverb i*?) in the meantime…

antavant →

pts

…endless, infinite AN.v.193 (loka) See also loka.

anta1 + ˚vant

ante →

pts

…DN-a.i.36.

Sk. antaḥ, with change of-aḥ to-e, instead of the usual-o, prob. through interpreting it as loc. of anta

antima →

pts

…thus in combn. with deha & sarīra;, the last body) DN.ii.15; Dhp.351; Iti.50 (antimaṃ dehaṃ dhāreti), Iti.53 (id.);…

anu →

pts

…(see remarks on ati & cp. ā3) anu often occurs in reduplicative compounds after the style of khuddânukhuddaka “small…

anubala →

pts

rear-guard, retinue, suite, in -ṃ bhavati to accompany or follow somebody Mil.125.

anu + bala

anubandhati →

pts

to follow, run after, pursue Ja.i.195; Ja.ii.230; Ja.vi.452 (= anujavati); Pv-a.56 (substitute for anubajjhanti!), Pv-a.103, Pv-a.155. aor….

anubbata →

pts

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

Vedic anuvrata, anu + vata

anubhavana →

pts

…(cf. Cpd. 229, 2321) Ne.28 (iṭṭhâniṭṭh-ânubhavana-lakkhanā vedanā “feeling is characterised by the experiencing…

anubhavati →

pts

…˚bhoti to have a good result); Ja.vi.97 (˚bhoma) Pv.i.10#11 (˚bhomi vipākaṃ); Pv-a.52 (˚issati = vedissati) Sdhp.290. Esp. freq. with…

anubhoti →

pts

…˚bhoti to have a good result); Ja.vi.97 (˚bhoma) Pv.i.10#11 (˚bhomi vipākaṃ); Pv-a.52 (˚issati = vedissati) Sdhp.290. Esp. freq. with…

anubhāva →

pts

…it was separated from the 1st component and taken as ānubhāva with ā instead of a, since the compositional…

anubhūta →

pts

(having or being) experienced, suffered, enjoyed Pv-a.ii.12#2. nt. suffering, experience Ja.i.254; Mil.78, Mil.80.

pp. of anubhavati

anubodha →

pts

…Mil.233. Freq. in compn. ananubodha (adj.) not understanding, not knowing the truth SN.ii.92; SN.iii.261; SN.v.431; AN.ii.1;…

anubrūheti →

pts

…aor.); Ja.iii.191 (suññāgāraṃ). Often in phrase vivekaṃ anubrūheti to devote oneself to detachment or solitude, e.g. Ja.i.9…

anubyañjana FIXME double →

pts

…or inferior characteristic, supplementary or additional sign or mark (cf. mahāpurisa-lakkhaṇa) Vin.i.65 (abl. anuvyañjanaso “in detail”);…

anucchavika →

pts

…one’s skin“, befitting, suitable, proper, pleasing, fit for, Ja.i.58, Ja.i.62, Ja.i.126, Ja.i.218; Ja.ii.5; Ja.iv.137, Ja.iv.138; Mil.358;…

anucchaviya →

pts

…one’s skin“, befitting, suitable, proper, pleasing, fit for, Ja.i.58, Ja.i.62, Ja.i.126, Ja.i.218; Ja.ii.5; Ja.iv.137, Ja.iv.138; Mil.358;…

anuciṇṇa →

pts

past participle

  1. pursuing, following out, practising, doing; having attained or practised Vin.ii.203 = Iti.86 (pamādaṃ); Ja.i.20 (verse 126);…

anuddayatā →

pts

…kindness, favour, usually as par˚; kindness to or sympathy with other people SN.ii.218; SN.v.169 (T. anudayatā); AN.iii.184; Iti.72;…

anuddharin →

pts

adjective not proud Snp.952 (= anussukin Snp-a.569) see niṭṭhurin.

an + uddharin

anuddhata →

pts

…not proud, unconceited calm, subdued Snp.850 (= uddhacca-virahita Snp-a.549, cp. anuṇṇata); Iti.30; Dhp.363 (= nibbutacitta Dhp-a.iv.93);…

anuddhaṃseti →

pts

…Vin.iv.148 (expln. here in slightly diff. meaning = codeti vā codāpeti vā to reprove, scold, bring down); Iti.42 Usually in ster….

anudhamma →

pts

  1. in compn. with dhamma as dhammānudhamma to be judged as a redupl. cpd after the manner of compounds…

anudhāvati →

pts

to run after, to chase, follow, persecute, pursue MN.i.474; SN.i.9; Dhp.85; Thag.1174; Mil.253, Mil.372.

anu + dhāvati

anudisā →

pts

an intermediate point of the compass, often collectively for the usual 4 intermediate points DN.i.222; SN.i.122; SN.iii.124.

anu + disā

anudiṭṭha →

pts

…out, appointed, dedicated, nt. consecration, dedication Ja.v.393 (anudiṭṭha asukassa nāma dassatī ti C.); Pv.i.10#7 (= uddiṭṭha…

anuga →

pts

(-˚) adjective suffix following or followed by, going after, undergoing, being in or under standing under the influence of Snp.332 (vasa˚; in…

anugacchati →

pts

…Mhvs.7, Mhvs.10; 3rd pl anvagū Snp.586 (vasaṃ = vasaṃ gata Snp-a.461). Pass anugammati, ppr. anugammamāna…

anugata →

pts

…(-˚), being a victim of, suffering MN.i.16; DN.iii.85 DN.iii.173 (parisā); AN.ii.185 (sota˚, variant reading anudhata); Ja.ii.292 (samudda˚);…

anugati →

pts

…(vas˚ being in the power). Usually in cpd. diṭṭhānugati a sign (lit. belonging to) of speculation Vin.ii.108;…

anugaṇhāti →

pts

…Pp.36; Pv-a.181 (imper. anuggaṇha = anukampassu). pp. anuggahīta (q.v.).

anu +…

anuggaha →

pts

…Iti.98; Ja.i.151; Ja.v.150; Pp.25; Pv-a.145; Thag-a.104.

anu + grah

Anuggaha2

adjective not taking up Snp.912 (= na gaṇhāti…

anuggaṇhana →

pts

anuggaha1 Dhs-a.403. Anu(g)ganhati

anuggaṇhāti →

pts

…Pp.36; Pv-a.181 (imper. anuggaṇha = anukampassu). pp. anuggahīta (q.v.).

anu +…

anughāyati →

pts

to smell, snuff, sniff up Mil.343 (gandhaṃ).

anu + ghāyati1

anugāmika →

pts

…following, accompanying; resulting from, consequential on Kp.viii.8 (nidhi a treasure acc. a man to the next world); Ja.iv.280…

anujīvati →

pts

…(acc.), to live for or on, subsist by Ja.iv.271 (= upajīvati, tassânubhāvena jīvitaṃ laddhaṃ (Comm.)
pp anujīvata (q.v.).

anu +…

anujīvita →

pts

living (after), living, livelihood, subsistence, life Snp.836 (= jīvitaṃ Snp-a.545).

pp. of anujīvati

anukampaka →

pts

…Pv.ii.2#7; Thag-a.174; Pv-a.196 (satthā sattesu a.).

fr. anukampati

anukampati →

pts

…karohi Pv-a.70) & anukampassu Pv.iii.2#8 (= anuggaṇha Pv-a.181). Med. ppr. anukampamāna Snp.37 (= anupekkhamāna anugayhamāna Cnd.50);…

anukantati →

pts

to cut Dhp.311 (hatthaṃ = phāleti Dhp-a.iii.484).

anu + kantati2

anukkama →

pts

  1. order, turn, succession, going along; only in instr. anukkamena gradually, in due course or succession Ja.i.157, Ja.i.262,…

anukūla →

pts

…willingness Vva.71.

  • -yañña a propitiative sacrifice DN.i.144 (expld. at DN-a.i.302 as anukula˚ =…

anulapanā →

pts

scolding, blame, accusation Vin.ii.88 (spelt anullapanā; combd. with anuvadana & anubhaṇanā).

anu + lapanā, lap

anuloma →

pts

…i.e. in natural order, suitable, fit, adapted to, adaptable straight forward DN.ii.273 (anānuloma, q.v.) SN.iv.401; Pts.ii.67, Pts.ii.70;…

anulomika →

pts

(& -ya) adjective suitable, fit, agreeable; in proper order, adapted to (-˚) Vin.ii.7 (an˚), Vin.iii.120 (an˚ = ananucchaviya); Vin.iv.239;…

anumodana →

pts

…(Satthāraṁ ˚ṁ yāciṁsu asked his blessing) Pv-a.23 (˚atthaṁ in order to thank), Pv-a.26 (identical), Pv-a.121, Pv-a.141…

anumīyati →

pts

to observe, conclude or infer from SN.iii.36 Cp. anumināti.

Sk. anumīyate, Pass. of anu + , measure, in sense of Med.

anunaya →

pts

…fawning DN.iii.254 (˚saṃyojana); AN.iv.7 sq (id.) MN.i.191; Dhs.1059; Vb.145; Ne.79; combd. w opp….

anupada →

pts

…Esp. freq. in combn. padānupadaṃ (adv.) foot after foot, i.e. in the footsteps, immediately behind Ja.iii.504; Ja.vi.555;…

anupaddava →

pts

…anītika); Vin.iii.162; Dhp.338; Dhp-a.iv.48; Pv-a.250 (expln. for siva).

an + upaddava

anupaghāta →

pts

not hurting Dhp.185 (anūpa˚; metri causa; expld. by anupahananañ c’eva anupaghātanañ ca Dhp-a.iii.238).

an + upaghāta

anupahata →

pts

…blown up Mil.274.

anu + pa + hata, pp. of anu + pa + han

Anupahata2

adjective not destroyed, not spoilt…

anupariharati →

pts

to surround, enfold, embrace MN.i.306.

anu + pari + harati

anuparivāreti →

pts

to surround, stand by, attend on (c. acc.) Vin.i.338; MN.i.153; Dhp-a.1.55.

anu + pari + vāreti

anupasaṅkamati →

pts

…go along up to (c. acc.) Pv-a.179.

anu + pa + saṃkamati

Anupasaṅkamati2

not to go to. not to approach Dhp-a.ii.30…

anupatati →

pts

…Ja.vi.555 anupatiyāsi Subj.). 2. to fall upon, to befall, attack Vin.iii.106 = MN.i.364; SN.i.23 (read ˚patanti for ˚patatanti = Dhp.221…

anupavattaka →

pts

…to anupavatteti] one who succeeds (another) King or Ruler in the ruling of an empire (cakkaṃ) Mil.342, Mil.362; Snp-a.454. See also…

anupavatteti →

pts

…with cakkaṃ to wield supreme power after, i.e. in succession or imitation of a predecessor SN.i.191; Mil.362. See also…

anupavecchati →

pts

…over to, offer up, present, supply Vin.i.221 (˚pavacchati); DN.i.74 (= pavesati DN-a.i.218); DN-a.ii.78; MN.i.446 MN.iii.133; AN.ii.64;…

anupaveseti →

pts

to make enter, to give over, to supply Snp-a.256 (= ˚pavecchati).

anu + pa + vis, cp. BSk. anupraveśayati Divy.238

anupaññatti →

pts

supplementary regulation or order Vin.ii.286; Vin.v.2 sq.

anu + paññatti

anupaṭipāti →

pts

succession; as adv. in order, successively DN-a.i.277 (kathā = anupubbikathā) Dhp-a.iii.340 (anupaṭipāṭiyā = anupubbena); Vism.244.

anu +…

anuppa →

pts

Anuppa˚

in all combns. of anu + ppa see under headings anupa˚.

anupubba →

pts

jhāna1). enumerated as such in var. places, esp at the foll.: DN.ii.156; DN.iii.265, DN.iii.290; AN.iv.410; Nd…

anupubbaka →

pts

pubbānupubbaka all in succession or in turn, one by one (on nature of this kind of cpd. see anu B iv.) Vin.i.20 (˚ānaṃ…

anupubbata →

pts

acting in turn, gradation, succession Vv.64#14 (= anukūla kiriyā i.e. as it pleases Vv-a.280) cp. ānupubbatā. Anupubbi-katha

fr. anupubba

anupubbi-kathā →

pts

…ever higher values of four subjects (dāna-kathā, sīla˚, sagga˚, magga˚) i.e. charity righteousness, the heavens, and the Path. Bdhgh….

anurūpa →

pts

adjective suitable, adequate, seeming, fit, worthy; adapted to, corresponding, conform with (-˚ Ja.i.91; Ja.vi.366 (tad˚); Pv-a.61 (ajjhāsaya˚…

anusaya →

pts

…the oldest texts the word usually occurs absolutely, without mention of the cause or direction of the bias. So Sn.14 = 369, 545; MN.iii.31;…

anusayita →

pts

dormant, only in combn. dīgharatta˚; latent so long Thag.768; Snp.355 Snp.649. Cp. anusaya & anusayin.

pp. of anuseti, anu + śī

anusaṃvacchara →

pts

…as adv. yearly, every year Ja.i.68; Ja.v.99. On use of anu in this combn. see anu A a.

anu + saṃv˚

anusaṃyāyati →

pts

to traverse; to go up to, surround, visit (acc.) MN.i.209 (Bhagavantaṃ ˚itvā) Ja.iv.214 (variant reading anuyāyitvā). See also…

anusota →

pts

…Pp.62

anu + sota, in ˚ṃ as adv. or acc. to expln. under anu A a.

anussada →

pts

adjective anussuta*; v.l K.B. anussada; Dhp-a.iv.165 explains with taṇhā-ussāvâbhāva vv.ll. ˚ussada˚); Iti.97 (vv.ll….

anussati →

pts

…mindfulness. A late list of subjects to be kept in mind comprises six anussati-ṭṭhānāni, viz. *Buddha˚, Dhamma˚, Saṅgha˚ sīla˚,…

anussavika →

pts

…who learns from hearsay MN.i.520; MN.ii.211. Cp. anussutika.

fr. anussava

anussuka →

pts

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

an + ussuka

anussukita →

pts

Vv-a.74 & anussukin Pp.23 = anussuka.

an + ussuk˚

anussuta →

pts

…anussuta C.). See also anussada.

an + ussuta, ud + sṛ.

Anussuta2

heard of; only in cpd….

anussutika →

pts

adjective according to tradition or report, one who goes by or learns from hearsay DN-a.i.106, DN-a.i.107.

fr. anu + śru, cp. anussavika

anussuyyaka →

pts

anusumbhati →

pts

to adorn, embellish, prepare Ja.vi.76.

anu + sumbhati (sobhati); śubh or (Vedic) śumbh

anusuyyaka →

pts

adjective not envious, not jealous Snp.325 (= usuyyāvigamena a. Snp-a.332); Ja.ii.192 (variant reading anussuyyaka); Ja.v.112.

an + usuyyaka

anusuyyaṃ →

pts

reading at Ja.iii.27, see anasuyyaṃ.

cp. Sk. anasūyaṃ

anusuṇāti →

pts

to hear; pret. anassuṃ [Sk. anvaśruvaṃ] I heard MN.i.333.

anu + śru

anutappati →

pts

…AN.iii.46 (an˚).

anu + tappati1; Sk. anutapyate, Pass. of anutapati

anuttara →

pts

…abhāvato Kp-a.193), 1003; Dhp.23, Dhp.55 (= asadisa appaṭibhāga Dhp-a.i.423); Pv.iv.35 2 (dhamma); Dhs.1294; DN-a.i.129;…

anuttariya →

pts

preeminence, superiority, excellency; highest ideal, greatest good. They are mentioned as sets of 3 (viz. dassana˚, paṭipadā˚, vimutti˚;) at…

anuvadanā →

pts

blaming, blame, censure Vin.ii.88 (anuvāda +).

fr. anuvadati

anuvadati →

pts

to blame, censure, reproach Vin.ii.80, Vin.ii.88
grd anuvajja (q.v.).

Sk. ava˚; anu + vadati

anuvajja →

pts

adjective to be blamed, censurable, worthy of reproach Snp.p.78 (an˚ = anuvādavimutta Snp-a.396).

grd. of anu + vadati, cp. anuvāda & Sk….

anuvicarati →

pts

…anuvicinteti); always combd. with anuvitakketi (q.v.) AN.i.264 (cetasā), AN.i.iii.178 (dhammaṃ cetasā a.)…

anuviloketi →

pts

to look round at, look over, survey, muster MN.i.339; Snp.p.140; Ja.i.53; Mil.7 (lakaṃ), Mil.21 (parisaṃ), Mil.230.

anu + vi + loketi; B.Sk….

anuvitakketi →

pts

…think, ponder over, usually combined with anuvicāreti DN.i.119; DN.iii.242; SN.v.67 = Iti.107 (anussarati +); AN.iii.383.

anu + vi +…

anuvivaṭṭa →

pts

…+…

anuvyañjana →

pts

…or inferior characteristic, supplementary or additional sign or mark (cf. mahāpurisa-lakkhaṇa) Vin.i.65 (abl. anuvyañjanaso “in detail”);…

anuvāda →

pts

…para˚); Vb.376. 2. in combn. vādānuvāda: talk and lesser or additional talk, i.e. “small talk” (see anu B…

anuvāseti →

pts

…pp. -vāsita Mil.214.

anu + vāseti, Caus. of vāsa3 odour, perfume

anuvāta →

pts

…to blow

Anuvāta2

only in connection with the making of the bhikkhus’ garments (cīvara) “weaving on, supplementary…

anuyanta →

pts

…to, dependent on, a subject of, a vassal“ or “attending on”. The explanation may compare Sk. anuyātaṃ attendance, in which latter…

anuyoga →

pts

…of (-˚); often combd. with anuyutta in phrase -anuyogaṃ anuyutta = practisiṅg e.g. Vin.i.190 (maṇḍan’ ânuyogaṃ…

anuyuñjati →

pts

…up to (acc.), attend, pursue SN.i.25, SN.i.122 (˚yuñjan “in loving self-devotion” mrs. rh. D.); SN.iii.154; SN.iv.104, SN.iv.175; Dhp.26…

anuyāta →

pts

gone through or after, followed, pursued SN.ii.105 (magga); AN.v.236; Iti.29; Mil.217.

pp. of anuyāti

anuyāyin →

pts

adjective going after, following, subject to (gen.) Snp.1017 (anânuyāyin); Ja.vi.309; Mil.284.

cp. Sk. anuyāyin, anu +

anuññāta →

pts

…at id. p. Thig.129 expld. at Pv-a.64 by ananumata); Pp.28; DN-a.i.247 DN-a.i.248, DN-a.i.267; Pv-a.12, Pv-a.81.

pp. of…

anuḍahana →

pts

conflagration, burning up, consumption Ja.v.271; Thag-a.287.

fr. anuḍahati

anuḍahati →

pts

…fig. to destroy, consume Ja.ii.330; Ja.vi.423. Pass -ḍayhati Ja.v.426
■ Also spelt -dahati, e.g. at SN.iv.190 = SN.v.53;…

anvagā →

pts

3rd sg. aor. of anugacchati Mhvs.7, Mhvs.10. Also in assim. form annagā Ja.v.258.

anvagū →

pts

3rd pl. aor. of anugacchati SN.i.39; Snp.586.

anvakāsi →

pts

3rd sg. aor. of anukassati 2: drew out, removed, threw down Thag.869 (= khipi, chaḍḍesi C.).

anveti →

pts

…(with variant reading BB at Pv-a.99) for anvesi (see anvesati; expld. by anudesi = was anxious for, helped,…

anvāgacchati →

pts

…to follow, run after, pursue; aor. anvāgacchi Pv.iv.5#6 (= anubandhi Pv-a.260). 2. to come back again Ja.i.454 (ger. ˚gantvāna)

pp…

anvāgata →

pts

having pursued, attained; endowed with Thag.63; Ja.iv.385; Ja.v.4.

pp. of anvāgacchati

anvāya →

pts

…(saṃvāsaṃ as a result of their cohabitation); Ja.i.56 (buddhiṃ), Ja.i.127 (piyasaṃvāsaṃ), Ja.i.148 (gabbhaparipākaṃ). Often in…

anādaratā →

pts

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

abstr. fr. anādara

anādariya →

pts

disregard, disrespect Vin.i.176; Vin.iv.113 (where expld. in extenso); Dhs.1325 dug 20 = Vb.359.

fr. anādara

anādiyitvā →

pts

without assuming or taking up, not heeding Vin.iv.120; Ja.iv.352; Dhp-a.i.41. See also ādiyati. Ananu-

ger. of an + ādiyati, Sk. anādāya

anādāna →

pts

…Snp.741 Snp.1094; Cnd.41 (where as nt. = taṇha); Dhp.352 (= khandhādisu niggahaṇa Dhp-a.iv.70), 396, 406, 421.

an + ādāna

anāgata →

pts

…i.e. future. On usual combn. with atīta: see this. DN.iii.100 sq., DN.iii.134 sq. DN.iii.220, DN.iii.275;…

anāgāmin →

pts

…Anāgāmin; always in combn. sotāpatti˚ sakadāgāmi˚ anāgāmi˚ arahatta˚ Vin.i.293; Vin.ii.240; Vin.iv.29; DN.i.229; DN.ii.227,…

anālamba →

pts

adjective without support (from above), unsuspended, not held Snp.173 (+ appatiṭṭha expld. at Snp-a.214 by heṭṭhā patiṭṭhâbhāvena upari ālambhāvena ca gambhīra).

an + ālamba

anāmata →

pts

adjective not affected by death, immortal Ja.ii.56 (asusāna-ṭṭhāna C.); Dhp-a.ii.99.

an + amata the ā being due to metrical lengthening

anānu →

pts

…evil Snp.1071 (expld. at Cnd.42 by both avedhamāna (?) avigacchamāna & by arajjamāna adussamāna); -loma not fit or suitable…

anārādhaka →

pts

adjective one who fails, unsuccessful Vin.i.70.

an + ārādhaka

anāsasāna →

pts

…anāsayāna & has anāsasāna as variant reading Cp. also vv.ll. to āsasāna. Expld by kañci rūpâdi-dhammaṃ nâsiṃsati…

anāvasūraṃ →

pts

…the sun does not set, before sun-down Ja.v.56 (= anatthangata-suriyaṃ C. cp. Sk. utsūra.

an + ava + sūra = suriya, with ava lengthened to…

anāyasa →

pts

adjective void of means, unlucky, unfortunate Vv.84#5 (= natthi ettha āyo sukhan ti anāyasaṃ Vv-a.335).

an + āya + sa, or should we read anāyāsa?

anāḷhika →

pts

…Sk. āḍhya, see also addha2

anāḷhiya →

pts

…Sk. āḍhya, see also addha2

anīgha →

pts

see nigha1 and cp. īgha.

anīka →

pts

…Vin.iv.107 (where expld. in detail); Snp.623 (bala˚ strong in arms, with strong array i.e. of khanti which precedes; cp….

anītiha →

pts

adjective not such and such, not based on hearsay (itiha), not guesswork or (mere) talk AN.ii.26; Thag.331 (cp. MN.i.520); Snp.1053 (= Cnd.49,…

apa →

pts

…ā), & very seldom in compn. with other modifying prefixes (like sam, abhi etc.).

  1. apa = Vedic apa (Idg. *apo): apeti to go…

apabbūhati →

pts

…off, remove, scrape away AN.iii.187 (apaviyūhitvā, vv.ll. ˚bbūhitvā); Ja.i.265 (paṃsuṃ)
caus -byūhāpeti to make remove or brush…

apabyūhati →

pts

…off, remove, scrape away AN.iii.187 (apaviyūhitvā, vv.ll. ˚bbūhitvā); Ja.i.265 (paṃsuṃ)
caus -byūhāpeti to make remove or brush…

apacināti →

pts

…belong prob. aor 3rd pl. apaciyiṃsu (to be read for upacciṃsu) at Ja.vi.187 (akkhīni a. “the eyes gave out”) and Pot. pres….

apacāyati →

pts

ci, cp. cināti & cayati, with diff. meaning in Sk.; better expld. perhaps as denom. fr. *apacāya in meaning of…

apacāyika →

pts

…vaddhâpacāyin); Pv.ii.7 8 (jeṭṭha˚); Pv.iv.3#24 (id.). In B.Sk. the corresp. phrase is jyeṣṭhâpacayaka.

fr. *apacāya,…

apadāna →

pts

…In the title Mahāpadāna suttanta it refers to the 7 Buddhas. In the title Apadānaṃ, that is ʻthe stories’, it refers almost exclusively…

apajjhāyati →

pts

to muse, meditate, ponder, consider MN.i.334 (nijjhāyati +); MN.iii.14 (id.).

apa + jhāyati1; cp. Sk. abhi-dhyāyati

apakassati →

pts

…BB & Snp-a ava˚; expld. by niddhamati & nikkaḍḍhati Snp-a.311)
ger apakassa Sn.ii.198 = Mil.389. See…

apakata →

pts

…a living MN.i.463 (the usual phrase being ˚apagata); Mil.279 (id.). At Iti.89 the reading of same phrase is ājīvikā pakatā (variant…

apakiritūna →

pts

…Sk. avakirati (ava + kṛ2 to strew, cast out) in sense “to cast off, reject”, to which also belongs kirāta in meaning “cast…

apakāsati →

pts

…(combd. w. vavakassati, where Vin.ii.204 has avapakāsati) which is much to be preferred (see…

apalekhana →

pts

…MN.i.412; Pp.55 (expld. at Pp-a.231 as hatthe piṇḍamhe niṭṭhite jivhāya hatthaṃ apalekhati).

apa + lekhana from…

apalepa →

pts

…interpret. J.P.T.S. 1886, 126 therefore superfluous.

apalokita →

pts

  1. asked permission, consulted SN.iii.5.
  2. (nt.) permission, consent MN.i.337 (Nāgâpalokitaṃ apalokesi).
  3. (nt.) an epithet of Nibbāna…

apalāsin →

pts

…the preference. The expln. at Pp.22 as “yassa puggalassa ayaṃ paḷāso pahīno ayaṃ vuccati puggalo apaḷāsī” does not…

apalāyin →

pts

…ti pi pāṭho“, which latter has variant reading apalāsinī & is expld. by C. as palāpa-rahite anavajjasarīre p….

apanata →

pts

…drawn aside, in ster. combn. abhinata + apanata (“strained forth & strained aside” Mrs Rh. D. Kindred S. p. 39) MN.i.386;…

apara →

pts

…5): a further away, westward Ja.v.471; Mil.292 (janapada). b future DN.i.30 (˚kappika, cp. DN-a.i.118);…

aparaddha →

pts

…(c. acc.), gone wrong, failed, sinned (against = loc.) DN.i.91, DN.i.103, DN.i.180; SN.i.103 (suddhimaggaṃ); Thag.78; Snp.891 (suddhiṃ viraddha…

aparaṇṇa →

pts

“the other kind of cereal”, prepared or cooked cereals, pulse etc. Opp. to pubbaṇṇa the unprepared or raw corn (= āmakadhañña Vin.iv.265; Vin.iii.151 (pubb˚ +); Vin.iv.265, Vin.iv.267; AN.iv.108, AN. …

aparāyin →

pts

adjective having no support Ja.iii.386 (f. ; C. appatiṭṭhā appaṭisaraṇā).

a + parāyin, cp. parāyana

apassaya →

pts

  1. support, rest Thag-a.258.
  2. bed, bolster, mattress, in kaṇṭak˚; a mattress of thorns, a bolster filled with thorns (as cushion for…

apassena →

pts

rest, support, dependence MN.iii.127 (˚ka); DN.iii.224 (cattāri apassenāni); as adj caturāpassena one who has the fourfold support viz…

apasseti →

pts

to lean against, have a support in (acc.), to depend on.

  1. (lit.) lean against Vin.ii.175 (bhitti apassetabbo the wall to be used as a…

apattha →

pts

…thrown away Dhp.149 (= chaḍḍita Dhp-a.iii.112).

Sk. apāsta, pp. of apa + as2

Apattha2

2nd pl. pret. of…

apaviddha →

pts

…SN.iii.143; Snp.200 (susānasmiṃ = chaḍḍita Snp-a.250); Thag.635; Dhp.292 (=…

apaviṇāti →

pts

…anupacinanto (expld. by avaloketi C.). Other vv.ll. are anuvi˚ & apavī˚ meaning “not paying attention”. The positive form we…

apavyāma →

pts

…it is here combd. with niṭṭhubhati, as at Dhp-a.ii.36); Dhp-a.ii.36 (“want of…

apayāti →

pts

…(apāyāti metri causa; expld. by C. as apagacchati palāyati)
caus apayāpeti [Sk. apayāpayati] to make go drive away, dismiss…

apaṅga →

pts

…20 Bdhgh’s expln is not quite correct, since avanga stands here in the meaning of “a coloured mark upon the body (cp. PW….

apekhā →

pts

…Thag.558; Dhp.345 (puttesu dāresu ca = taṇhā Dhp-a.iv.56); Dhs.1059, Dhs.1136 (= ālayakaraṇa-vasena apekkhatī ti apekkhā Dhs-a.365,…

apekkhin →

pts

…expecting looking for; usually neg. an˚; indifferent (against) = loc. SN.i.16, SN.i.77; SN.ii.281; SN.iii.19, SN.iii.87; Snp.166 (kāmesu),…

apekkhā →

pts

…Thag.558; Dhp.345 (puttesu dāresu ca = taṇhā Dhp-a.iv.56); Dhs.1059, Dhs.1136 (= ālayakaraṇa-vasena apekkhatī ti apekkhā Dhs-a.365,…

apeta →

pts

…Pv-a.35 (dukkhato); usually ˚-in sense of “without, -less”, e.g. apeta-kaddama free from mud stainless Dhp.95; ˚vattha without…

apetteyyatā →

pts

in combn. with amatteyyatā irreverence against father and mother DN.iii.70 (cp. Dhp.332 & Dhp-a.iv.34).

a +…

api →

pts

…as, & is esp. freq. in combn. app’ ekacce… app’ ekacce (and) some… and others i.e. some… others [not with Kern >…

apihālu →

pts

…Snp.852 (+ amaccharin, expld. at Snp-a.549 as apihana-sīlo, patthanātanhāya rahito ti vuttaṃ hoti, thus perhaps taking it as a +…

apilāpanatā →

pts

…principles it looks like popular etym. Mrs. Rh. D. translates (p. 16 “opposite of superficiality” (lit “not floating”); see her detailed…

apiḷandhana →

pts

…Vv.64#18 (expld. inacurately at Vv-a.279 by; a-kāro nipātamattaṃ, pilandhanaṃ = ābhāraṇaṃ); Ja.vi.472 (c….

appa →

pts

…be confounded with appamatta2 AN.iii.275; Ja.i.242; also meaning “contented with little (of the bhikkhu) Iti.103 = AN.ii.27; f. *…

appaccaya →

pts

…dissatisfaction, dejection, sulkiness DN.i.3 (= appatītā honti tena atuṭṭhā asomanassitā ti appacayo; domanass’ etaṃ adhivacanaṃ…

appahīna →

pts

adjective not given up, not renounced MN.i.386; Iti.56, Iti.57; Cnd.701 Pp.12, Pp.18.

a + pahīna, pp. of pahāyati

appamatta →

pts

…+ matta

Appamatta2

adjective not negligent, i.e. diligent, careful, heedful, vigilant, alert zealous MN.i.391–MN.i.92;…

appamaññā →

pts

…By itself at Snp.507 (= mettajjhānasankhātā a. Snp-a.417). See for further expln.Dhs trsl. p. 66 and mettā.

a +…

appameyya →

pts

adjective immeasurable, infinite, boundless MN.i.386; SN.v.400; AN.i.266; Thag.1089 (an˚); Pp.35; Mil.331 Sdhp.338.

a + pameyya = Sk. aprameya,…

appamāda →

pts

…AN.v.126 (kusalesu dhammesu); Snp.184, Snp.264, Snp.334 (= sati-avippavāsa-sankhāta a. Snp-a.339); Iti.16 (˚ṃ pasaṃsanti…

appamāṇa →

pts

…adjective

  1. “without measure”, immeasurable, endless, boundless unlimited, unrestricted all-permeating SN.iv.186 (˚cetaso) AN.ii.73;…

appatissa →

pts

…rebellious, always in combn. with agārava AN.ii.20; AN.iii.7 sq., AN.iii.14 sq., AN.iii.247, AN.iii.439. Appatissa-vāsa an unruly…

appaṇihita →

pts

…as nt. aimlessness combd. w. animittaṃ Vin.iii.92, Vin.iii.93 = Vin.iv.25; Dhs.351 Dhs.508, Dhs.556. See on term Cpd. 67; *Dhs…

appaṭigandhika →

pts

…i.e. with beautiful smell, scented odorous Ja.v.405 (˚ika, but C. ˚iya; expld. by sugandhena udakena samannāgata);…

appaṭigandhiya →

pts

…i.e. with beautiful smell, scented odorous Ja.v.405 (˚ika, but C. ˚iya; expld. by sugandhena udakena samannāgata);…

appaṭigha →

pts

…psychol. t. t. appld. to rūpa not reacting or impinging (opp. sappaṭigha) DN.iii.217; Dhs.660, Dhs.756, Dhs.1090,…

appaṭisandhika →

pts

…= Ja.iii.167 (= paṭipākatiko kātuṃ na sakkā C.). 2. incapable of reunion, not subject to reunion, i.e. to rebirth Ja.v.100 (˚bhāva).

a…

appaṭivibhatta →

pts

…omission of another negative: see Trenckner, Mil p.429, where also Bdhgh’s expln.) AN.iii.289; Mil.373; cp. Mil trsl. ii.292.

a +…

appaṭivāṇitā →

pts

…ca kusalesu dhammesu appaṭivāṇitā ca padhānasmiṃ“* (discontent with good states and the not shrinking back in the…

appaṭivāṇīya →

pts

…irresistible SN.i.212 (appld. to Nibbāna; Mrs. Rh. D Kindred S. p. 274 trsls. “that source from whence there is no turning…

appekadā →

pts

adverb see api 2 ax.

appesakkha →

pts

…traditionally expld. appaparivāra & mahāparivāra, the former, I suppose, from appe & sakkha (Sk. sākhya), the latter an imitation…

appeti →

pts

…& ṛcchati (cp. icchati2), Idg. *ar (to insert or put together, cp. also *er under aṇṇava) to which belong Sk. ara spoke…

apphoṭeti →

pts

to snap the fingers or clap the hands (as sign of pleasure) Mil.13, Mil.20. pp. apphoṭita.

ā + phoṭeti, sphuṭ.

apphuta →

pts

…o…

apphuṭa →

pts

…o…

appiccha →

pts

…easily satisfied, unassuming, contented unpretentious SN.i.63, SN.i.65; AN.iii.432; AN.iv.2, AN.iv.218 sq., AN.iv.229, AN.v.124 sq.,…

appita →

pts

adjective

  1. fixed, applied, concentrated (mind) Mil.415 (mānasa) Sdhp.233 (citta).
  2. brought to, put to, fixed on Ja.vi.78 (maraṇamukhe); visappita (an arrow to which) poison (is) applied, so rea …

appossukka →

pts

…DN-a.i.264.

appa + ussuka, Sk. alpotsuka, e.g. Lal.509; Divy.41, Divy.57, Divy.86, Divy.159. It is not necessary to assume a hypothetic form…

appossukkatā →

pts

inaction, reluctance, carelessness, indifference Vin.i.5; DN.ii.36; Mil.232; Dhp-a.ii.15.

abstr. fr. prec.

appoti →

pts

to attain, reach, get Vism.350 (in etym. of āpo).

the contracted form of āpnoti, usually pāpuṇāti, fr. āp

apācīna →

pts

…of adho in combn. with uddhaṃ tiriyaṃ; the reading is a conjecture of Windisch’s, the vv.ll. are apācinaṃ; apācini apāci…

apādaka →

pts

…footless, creeping, epithet of snakes & fishes Vin.ii.110 = Ja.ii.146 (where see expln.). Spelt apada(ka) at Iti.87 (variant reading…

apāpurati →

pts

Amatassa dvāraṃ, expld. at Vv-a.284 by vivaranto); Iti.80 (apāvuṇanti A. dv. as T. conj. with variant reading apānuṃanti,…

apāpuṇati →

pts

Amatassa dvāraṃ, expld. at Vv-a.284 by vivaranto); Iti.80 (apāvuṇanti A. dv. as T. conj. with variant reading apānuṃanti,…

apāra →

pts

…the world here, i.e. (opp. pāraṃ Nibbāna) Snp.1129, Snp.1130; Cnd.62; Dhp.385 (expld. as bāhirāni cha āyatanāni…

apāya →

pts

…Pp.51; Vv-a.118 (opp. sugati); Pv-a.103; Sdhp.43, Sdhp.75 & cp niraya, duggati, vinipāta.

  • -gāmin going to ruin or leading to a state…

apāṭuka →

pts

…Redlichkeit“) Context suggests a meaning similar to the preceding nekatika, i.e. fraudulent. See also next.

a + pātu + ka (?), acc. to…

araghaṭṭa →

pts

…Texts* iii.112
■ The 2rd part of the cpd. is doubtful; Morris & Aufrecht compare the modern Hindī form arhaṭ or rahaṭ “a…

araha →

pts

…Ja.iii.83, etc. (see mahant). 2. fit for, apt for, suitable Pv-a.26 (paribhoga fit for eating).

Vedic arha of arh

arahant →

pts

…Pv.iv.1#32. 4. In compn. & der. we find two bases, viz.

  1. arahanta˚ in -ghāta the killing or murder of an Arahant…

arahatta →

pts

…in Dial. iii.5 n4). Arahattaṃ is defined at SN.iv.252 as rāga-kkhaya, dosa˚ moha˚. Descriptions of this state are to be…

arakkheyya →

pts

…one does not need to heed, superfluous to beware of AN.iv.82 (cattāri Tathāgatassa a˚ āni).

3 arakkheyyāni are enumerated at DN.iii.217 (but…

araṇa →

pts

…See also arañña

Araṇa2

neuter quietude, peace Ne.55 (+ tāṇa), Ne.176 (or as adj. = peaceful) Thag-a.134 (+ saraṇa); Vb.19…

araṇi →

pts

… ■ Note. The reading at Pv-a.211 araṇiyehi devehi sadisa-vaṇṇa is surely a misreading (variant reading BB ariyehi).

Vedic…

araṇī →

pts

… ■ Note. The reading at Pv-a.211 araṇiyehi devehi sadisa-vaṇṇa is surely a misreading (variant reading BB ariyehi).

Vedic…

ari →

pts

…used in exegesis & word expln, thus in etym. of arahant (see ref. under arahant v.); of bhūri Pts.ii.197
■ Otherwise in late…

aritta →

pts

rudder. Usually in combn. with piya (phiya) oar, as piyârittaṃ (phiy˚ oar & rudder, thus at SN.i.103 (T. piya˚,…

ariya →

pts

…satimā etc.: see 3rd. jhāna), DN.i.245; DN.iii.111 (˚ānaṃ anupavādaka one who defames the noble); MN.i.17, MN.i.280…

ariñcamāna →

pts

not leaving behind, not giving up, i.e. pursuing earnestly. Snp.69 (jhānaṁ = ajahamana Snp-a.123 cp. Cnd.94)

ppr. med. of P. riñcati for ricyati

ariṭṭha →

pts

…+ riṭṭha = Vedic ariṣṭa, pp of a + riṣ to hurt or be hurt

Ariṭṭha2

a kind of spirituous liquor Vin.iv.110.

Sk….

aruṇa →

pts

…(vaṇṇa) like the sun (in colour) Pv-a.211 (gloss for suriyavaṇṇa).

Vedic aruṇa (adj.) of the colour of fire, i.e. ruddy, nt. the…

asa →

pts

…(n. pl. f. asā expld. by asatiyo lāmikā C.; cp. Ja.v.446 Ja.v.319).

for asaṃ = asanto, a + santo, ppr. of as in meaning…

asaddhamma →

pts

…esp. sexual intercourse; usually mentioned as a set of several sins, viz. as 3 at Iti.85; as 4 at AN.ii.47; as 7 at DN.iii.252, DN.iii.282; as 8…

asajjittho →

pts

2nd sg. pret. med. of sajjati to stick or cling to, to hesitate Ja.i.376. See sajjati.

asama →

pts

…Ja.vi.330.

a + sama

Asama2

neuter stone, rock DN-a.i.270, DN-a.i.271 (˚muṭṭhika having a hammer of stone; variant reading BB….

asamiddhi →

pts

misfortune, lack of success Ja.vi.584.

a + samiddhi

asamijjhanaka →

pts

adjective unsuccessful, without result, fruitless; f. -ikā Ja.iii.252.

a + samijjhana + ka

asamāhita →

pts

adjective not composed, uncontrolled, not firm Iti.113 (opp. susamāhita); Dhp.110, Dhp.111; Pp.35.

a + samāhita

asana →

pts

…aśan(m)

Asana2

neuter eating, food; adj. eating Ja.i.472 (ghatâsana epithet of the fire; Ja.v.64 (id.) Usually in neg….

asani →

pts

…Cp. also aṃsa & asama2

asanāti →

pts

to eat, to consume (food) Ja.i.472; Ja.v.64; Ja.vi.14 (Esb. note: read asnāti; C. paribhuñjati).

see asati

asati →

pts

…See also the spurious forms asmiye & añhati; (añhamāna Snp.240), also āsita1.

Sk. aśnāti, to partake of, to eat or…

asattha →

pts

…a knife, usually combd. with adaṇḍa in var. phrases see under daṇḍa. Also at Thag.757 (+…

asayha →

pts

adjective impossible, insuperable Ja.vi.337. Usually in cpd. -sāhin conquering the unconquerable, doing the impossible, acchieving what has not…

asaṅkusaka →

pts

…(˚vattin, C. appaṭilomavattin, cp. Ja trsln.vi.143).

asecanaka →

pts

…Mrs Rh. D.) = Thig.55 (expld. as anāsittakaṃ pakatiyā ’va mahārasaṃ at Thag-a.61) = Thig.196 (= anāsittakaṃ ojavantaṃ…

asi →

pts

…a swordblade Thig.488 (expld. at Thag-a.287 by adhikuṭṭanatthena i.e. with reference to the executioner’s block, cp. also…

asita →

pts

…satisfied). Cp. āsita1.

Sk. aśita, pp. of *asati, Sk. aśnāti

Asita2

adjective not clinging to, unattached,…

asman →

pts

stone, rock; only in instr. asmanā Snp-a.362.

Vedic aśman; the usual P. forms are amha and asama2

asmasati →

pts

to trust, to rely on Ja.v.56 (Pot. asmase).

spurious form for the usual assasati = Sk. āśvasati

asmiye →

pts

…as denom. formn. fr
■ āśa food, = aṃsiyati and with metathesis asmiyati. See also añhati which would…

asoka →

pts

…soka, cp. Sk. aśoka

Asoka2

the Asoka tree, Jonesia Asoka Ja.v.188; Vv.35#4, Vv.35#9 (˚rukkha); Vism.625 (˚ankura); Vv-a.173…

assa →

pts

aṃsa1)
■ DN.i.98, cp. AN.ii.242 (variant reading bhasma˚); DN-a.i.267 (variant reading bhassa˚).

for…

assaddhiya →

pts

…in form, but not in meaning a grd. of saddahati, for which usually saddheyya cp. Sk. aśradheyya incredible

assaka →

pts

…(+ arathaka).

assa3 + ka

Assaka2

adjective not having one’s own, poor, destitute MN.i.450; MN.ii.68;…

assasati →

pts

assattha2. See also assāsa-passāsa.

ā + śvas, on semantical inversion of ā & pa see under…

assatara →

pts

…(kambojake assatare sudante; imported from cambodia); Ja.vi.342
■ f. assatarī a she-mule Vin.ii.188; SN.i.154; SN.ii.241; AN.ii.73;…

assattha →

pts

…in word-play with assattha2 of Ja.v.79).

Vedic aśvattha, expld. in K Z i.467 as aśva-ttha dial. for aśva-stha…

assava →

pts

adjective loyal DN.i.137; Snp.22, Snp.23, Snp.32; Ja.iv.98; Ja.vi.49; Mil.254; an˚; inattentive, not docile Dhp-a.i.7.

ā + sunāti, śru

assita →

pts

…dependent on, relying, supported by (acc.); abiding, living in or on DN.ii.255 (tad˚); Vv.50#16 (sīho va guhaṃ a.); Thag.149 (janaṃ…

assu →

pts

atthi*.

Assu3

indeclinable expletive part. also used in emphatic sense of “surely, yes, indeed” Snp.231…

assuka →

pts

tear Vin.ii.289; Snp.691; Pv.iv.5#3.

assu1 + ka

assutavant →

pts

adjective one who has not heard, ignorant MN.i.1, MN.i.8, MN.i.135; Dhs.1003, Dhs.1217, cp. Dhs trsl.258.

a + sutavant

assādeti →

pts

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

Denom. fr. assāda

assāsa →

pts

…Mil.354; Pv-a.104 (˚matta only a little breathing space); Sdhp.299 (param˚), Sdhp.313.

Sk. āśvāsa,…

assāsaka →

pts

…Vin.iv.111. 2. (cp. assāsa2) (m. & nt.) that which gives comfort & relief, confidence, expectancy Ja.i.84; Ja.vi.150. Cp. next.

fr….

assāvin →

pts

…intoxicated Snp.853 (sātiyesu a. sāta-vatthusa kāmaguṇesu taṇhā-santhava-virahita Snp-a.549) See also āsava.

ā…

asu →

pts

…that one, usually combd. with yo (yaṃ), e.g. asu yo so puriso MN.i.366; yaṃ aduṃ khettaṃ SN.iv.315. nom. sg. m….

asubha →

pts

…Snp.341; Sdhp.368. -subhāsubha pleasant unpleasant, good & bad Snp.633; Ja.iii.243; Mil.136.

  • -ānupassin realising or intuiting the…

asuci →

pts

adjective not clean, impure, unclean Snp.75 (˚manussā, see Cnd.112); Pp.27, Pp.36; Sdhp.378, Sdhp.603.

a + suci

asucīka →

pts

impurity, unclean living, defilement Snp.243 (˚missita = asucibhāva-missita Snp-a.286.

abstr. fr. asuci

asuka →

pts

pronoun adjective such a one, this or that, a certain Vin.iii.87; Ja.i.148; Pv-a.29, Pv-a.30, Pv-a.35, Pv-a.109, Pv-a.122 (˚ṃ gatiṃ…

asura →

pts

…a retinue of Asuras AN.ii.91

  • -rakkhasā Asuras and Rakkhasas (Rakṣasas) Snp.310 (defined by Bdhgh at…

asuropa →

pts

…of asura-ropa. On various suggestions as to etym. & meaning see Morris’s discussion at; J.P.T.S. 1893, 8 sq. The word is found as āsulopa in…

asussūsaṃ →

pts

not wishing to hear or listen, disobedient Ja.v.121.

ppr. of a + susūsati, Desid. of śru, cp. Sk. śuśrūṣati

asāra →

pts

…adjective that which is not substance, worthlessness; adj. worthless, vain, idle Snp.937 (= asāra nissāra sārâpagata Mnd.409); Dhp.11, Dhp.12…

asīti →

pts

…application see; aṭṭha1 B 1 c, where also most of the ref’s In addition we mention the foll.:) Ja.i.233 (˚hattha 80 hands, i.e….

asūra →

pts

adjective

  1. not brave, not valiant, cowardly Snp.439.

  2. uncouth, stupid Ja.vi.292 (cp. Kern

    Toevoegselen

    p. 48).

a + sura1

asūyaka →

pts

ataccha →

pts

falsehood, untruth DN.i.3; Ja.vi.207.

a + taccha2

atakkaka →

pts

adjective not mixed with buttermilk Ja yi.21.

a + takka2

atha →

pts

…Pv-a.68. Often combd. with other part., e.g. atha kho (pos. & neg.) now, and then but, rather, moreover Vin.i.1; DN.i.141,…

atho →

pts

…Kp.viii.7; Pv.iv.3#15; Pv-a.251 (atho ti nipātamattaṃ avadhāraṇ-atthe vā). Also combd. with other part., like atho pi

ati-arahant →

pts

Ati-arahant

a super-Arahant, one who surpasses even other Arahants Mil.277.

ati + arahant

ati →

pts

…too (much); in nominal compn. (a), rarely also in verbal compn. see (b)

  1. with nouns & adj.: ˚āsanna too near; ˚uttama…

ati-ussura →

pts

Ati-ussura

adjective only in loc. -e (adv.) too soon after sunrise, too early Vv-a.65 (laddhabhattatā eating too early).

ati-uṇha →

pts

Ati-uṇha

adjective too hot Pv-a.37 (˚ātapa glow). See also accuṇha (which is the usual form).

atibrahmā →

pts

greater Brahma, a super-god Mil.277; Dhp-a.ii.60 (Brahmuṇā a. greater than B.).

ati + brahmā

atibrūheti →

pts

…out, roar, cry Ja.v.361 (= mahāsaddaṃ nicchāreti).

ati + brūheti, bṛh2, but by C. taken incorrectly to brū; cp. Sk….

atibāheti →

pts

to drive away, to pull out Ja.iv.366 (= abbāheti).

ati + bāheti, Caus. to bṛh1; cp. Sk. ābṛhati

aticca →

pts

…traversing, overcoming, surmounting Snp.519, Snp.529, Snp.531 Used adverbially = beyond, in access, more than usual exceedingly Snp.373,…

aticchatta →

pts

“super”-sunshade, a sunshade of extraordinary size & colours Dhs-a.2.

ati + chatta

atideva →

pts

super god, god above gods, usually epithet of the Buddha SN.i.141; Thag.489; Cnd.307 (cp adhi˚); Mil.277. atidevadeva id. Mil.203, Mil.209….

atidhonacārin →

pts

…or transgressing the proper use or normal application of the requisites (expln. at Dhp-a.iii.344, cp dhona) Dhp.240 = Ne.129.

ati…

atiditthi →

pts

higher doctrine, super knowledge (?) Vin.i.63 = Vin.ii.4 (+ adhisīla; should we read adhi-diṭṭhi?)

ati + diṭṭhi

atidukkha →

pts

…painful excessive suffering Pv-a.65; Sdhp.95. In atidukkhavāca Pv-a.15 ati belongs to the whole cpd., i.e. of very hurtful…

atidūra →

pts

…very or too far Vin.i.46; Ja.ii.154; Pv.ii.9#65 = Dhp-a.iii.220 (vv.ll. suvidūre); Pv-a.42 (opp….

atiga →

pts

…going over, overcoming, surmounting, getting over Snp.250 (sanga˚); Dhp.370 (id.) Snp.795 (sīma˚, cp. Mnd.99), Snp.1096 (ogha˚); Mnd.100…

atigacchati →

pts

…of, only in pret. (aor. 3rd sg. accagā (q.v. and see gacchati 3) Snp.1040; Dhp.414 and accagamā (see…

atihita →

pts

…borne home Thag.381 (vīhi).

ati + hṛ; pp. of atiharati, hita unusual for hata, perhaps through analogy with Sk. abhi + dhā

atikhiṇa →

pts

…vinimmuttā).

ati +…

atikkamati →

pts

…conquer, to surpass, to be superior to

■ Ja.iv.141; Dhp.221 (Pot. ˚eyya overcome);
■ Pv-a.67 (maggena: passes by).
grd atikkamanīya

atikkanta →

pts

…passed over, passing beyond, surpassing Ja.ii.128 (tīṇi saṃvaccharāni); Dhp-a.iii.133 (tayo vaye passed beyond the 3 ages of life); Pv-a.55…

atimāna →

pts

…ati +…

atippago →

pts

adverb too early, usually elliptical = it is too early (with inf. carituṃ etc.) DN.i.178; MN.i.84; AN.iv.35.

cp. Sk. atiprage

atireka →

pts

adjective surplus, too much; exceeding, excessive, in a high degree extra Vin.i.255; Ja.i.72 (˚padasata), Ja.i.109; Ja.i.441 (in higher positions);…

atirekatā →

pts

excessiveness, surplus, excess Kv.607.

abstr. to prec.

atirocati →

pts

…(trs.) to outshine, to surpass in splendour DN.ii.208; Dhp.59; Pv.ii.9#58 Mil.336 (+ virocati); Dhp-a.i.446 (=…

atisanta →

pts

adjective extremely peaceful Sdhp.496.

ati + santa1

atisaya →

pts

superiority, distinction, excellence, abundance Vv-a.135 (= visesa); Pv-a.86; Dāvs ii.62.

cp. Sk. atiśaya, fr. ati + śī

atisayati →

pts

to surpass, excel; ger. atisayitvā Mil.336 (+ atikkamitvā).

ati + śī

atisaṇha →

pts

adjective too subtle Dhp-a.iii.326.

ati + saṇha

ativatta →

pts

passed beyond, surpassed, overcome (act. & pass.), conquered Snp.1133 (bhava˚); Cnd.21 (= atikkanta, vītivatta); Ja.v.84 (bhaya˚) Mil.146,…

ativattar →

pts

…cp. ativākya

Ativattar2

one who overcomes or is to be overcome Snp.785 (svātivattā = durativattā duttarā duppatarā…

ativaṇṇati →

pts

to surpass, excel DN.ii.267.

ati + vaṇṇati

ativela →

pts

…atikālaṃ aticiran ti attho DN-a.i.113); MN.i.122; Snp.973 (see expln. at Mnd.504); Ja.iii.103 = Mnd.504.

ati + vela

ativikāla →

pts

adjective at a very inconvenient time, much too late DN.i.108 (= suṭṭhu vikāla DN-a.i.277).

ati + vikāla

ativissuta →

pts

adjective very famous, renowned Sdhp.473.

ati + vissuta

atra →

pts

adverb here; atra atra here & there Ja.i.414 = Ja.iv.5 (in expln. of atriccha).

Sk. atra

atriccha →

pts

adjective

the popular etym. suggested at Ja.iv.4 is atra atra icchamāna desiring here & there; but see atricchā very…

atricchā →

pts

…(from tappati2). According to Kern, but phonetically hardly justifiable it is Sk. atīccha = ati + icchā “too much…

atta →

pts

…d + ta; that is, pp. of ādadāti with the base form reduced to d. Idg *d-to; cp. Sk. ātta

Atta2

see…

attamana →

pts

…raised mind. Bdhgh’s expln. is saka-mano DN-a.i.255 = attā + mano. He applies the same expln. to attamanatā (at Dhs.9,…

attamanatā →

pts

satisfaction, joy, pleasure, transport of mind MN.i.114; AN.i.276; AN.iv.62; Pp.18 (an˚) Dhs.9, Dhs.86, Dhs.418 (an˚); Pv-a.132; Vv-a.67…

attan →

pts

…see atta1.

  • -danta selfrestrained self-controlled Dhp.104, Dhp.322. *…

attaniya →

pts

…nature of soul, soul-like; usually nt. anything of the nature of soul MN.i.138 = Kv.67; MN.i.297 MN.ii.263; SN.iii.78 (yaṃ kho anattaniyaṃ…

attha →

pts

…cause, case (cp. aṭṭa2 and Lat. causa) Dhp.256, Dhp.331; Mil.47 (kassa atthaṃ dhāresi whose cause do you support, with whom do…

atthatta →

pts

reason, cause; only in abl. atthattā according to the sense, by reason of, on account of Pv-a.189 (-˚).

abstr. fr. attha1

atthi →

pts

…Pv.ii.8#2.
■ 2nd sg. asi Snp.420; Ja.ii.160 (’si); Ja.iii.278; Vv.32#4 Pv-a.4.
■ 3rd sg….

atthika →

pts

…kalyāṇāya). 2. (to attha1 2) desirous of (-˚) wanting, seeking for, in need of (c. instr.) AN.ii.199 (uday desirous of increase);…

atīta →

pts

…Or all three in ster. combn. atīt’-anāgata-paccuppanna (this the usual order) DN.iii.100 DN.iii.135; SN.ii.26, SN.ii.110,…

ava →

pts

…low, and below; iii. c) expld. as heṭṭhā (Dhp-a.iv.54 under avaṃ) or adho (ibid 153;…

avaca →

pts

adjective low, only in combn. uccāvacā (pl.) high and low, see ucca. Kvu-a.38.

der. fr. ava after the analogy of…

avacara →

pts

tāḷa1); Ja.ii.95 (sangāma˚); Mil.44 (id. and yoga˚) 2. (n.) sphere (of moving or activity), realm, plane (of…

avadāniya →

pts

…avadāniyā).

fr. avadāna cutting off; ava + 2 to cut

avadāyati →

pts

1: see dayati2

avadīyati →

pts

uddīyati,

Sk. avadīryati, ava + ḍr1, ḍrṇāti, see etym. under darī

avajja →

pts

…forbidden“ This interpretn is justified by context of Dhp.318, Dhp.319. The P. commentator refers it to ava + vad (for *ava-vadya…

avakanta →

pts

cut, cut open, cut off Ja.iv.251 (galak’ âvakantaṃ).

for *avakatta, Sk. avakṛtta; pp. of avakantati, see kanta2

avakkanta →

pts

(-˚) entered by, beset with, overwhelmed by (instr.) SN.iii.69 (dukkha˚, sukha˚ and an˚).

pp. ofnext

avakkhipati →

pts

…out, cast down, drop; fig usually applied to the eyes = to cast down, hence transferred to the other senses and used in meaning of “to keep…

avalambati FIXME double →

pts

…hang down, hang on, to be supported by, rest on. The form in o is the older. Pres. avalambare Pv.ii.1#18 (= olambamānā tiṭṭhanti Pv-a.77);…

avalekhana →

pts

…Ja.iv.402, (˚sattha a chisel for engraving letters).

fr. avalekhati

Avalekhana2

neuter variant reading for…

avapakāsati →

pts

…of kassati, the combd. ava + pa occurring only in this word. In all likelihood it is a distortion of…

avaruddhaka →

pts

subdued, expelled, banished Ja.vi.575; Dpvs.i.21 (Np).

avruddha + ka

avarundhati →

pts

to put under restraint to put into one’s harem as subsidiary wife.

ava + rundhati. Only referred to by Dhp. in his Cy (Thag-a.271) on oruddha

avasesa →

pts

…cp. avasissati

Avasesa2

adjective remaining, left Snp.694 (āyu avaseso); Ja.iii.19; Vb.107 (taṇhā ca avasesā ca kilesā)…

avasesaka →

pts

adjective being left, overflowing, additional, more Ja.i.400 (an˚); Dpvs.iv.45.

fr. avasesa2

avasissati →

pts

…avaśiṣyate; Pass. of ava + śis; but expld. by Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. as fut of avasīdati

avassa →

pts

…Ja.v.319 (˚gāmitā). Usually as nt. -ṃ adv inevitably (cp. BSk. avaśyaṃ Divy.347; Avs.i.209 etc. Ja.iii.271; DN-a.i.263;…

avassajati →

pts

…utsṛjati, although the usual Vedic form is avasṛjati The form ossajati puzzled the BSk. writers in their sanskritisation apotsṛjati = apa…

avassaya →

pts

…for the usual apāśraya, see P. apassaya1

avasseti →

pts

…C.). pp. avassita.

ava + ā + śri, for the usual *apāśrayati; see apasseti

avassuta →

pts

…(˚citta) Snp.63 (see expld. in detail at Cnd.40); Snp-a.116 (kilesa-anvāssava-virahita).

Sk. *avasruta, pp. of ava + sru, cp….

avasussati →

pts

…(= Sk. *˚śokṣyati, fut. of Intens.) Ja.vi.550 (variant reading BB ˚sussati; C. avasucchissati).

Sk. *ava-suṣyati of śuṣ

avasī →

pts

metri causa for avasi, a + vasi, aor. of vas4 to stop, stay, rest Ja.v.66 (mā avasī).

avasūra →

pts

sundown, sunset, acc. -ṃ as adv. at or with sundown Ja.v.56 (anāvasūraṃ metrically).

ava + sūra; ava here in function of *avaṃs see…

avattha →

pts

…a bhikkhu’s wandering, going on tour) AN.iii.171 (C. avavatthika).

der. uncertain

Avattha2

thrown away Ja.v.302 (= chaḍḍita…

avayava →

pts

…would have been used in the older texts.

Dern uncertain. Cp. mediaeval Sk. avayava

avaññatti →

pts

…being despised inferior or surpassed, egotism, pride, arrogance Iti.72 Vb.350, Vb.356; -kāma (adj.) wishing not to be surpassed unvilling to…

avaṃ →

pts

…reading avasari, expld. by otari Snp-a.486). Opp. uddhaṃ (above, up high). Freq. in cpd avaṃsira

avaṭṭhita →

pts

…settled, lasting Thag.1140 Usually neg. an˚; unsettled, unsteady; not lasting, changeable Dhp.38 (˚citta; cp. Dhp-a.i.308 cittaṃ thāvaraṃ…

avebhaṅgiya →

pts

…an inalienable possession; 5 such objects enumerated at Vin.ii.171, which are the same as under avissajjiya (q.v.);…

avecca →

pts

…passati); Pv.iv.1#25.

Usually taken as ava + ger. of i (*itya), cp. adhicca & abhisamecca, but by P. grammarians as a vecca….

avhayati →

pts

…to call, call up, summon MN.i.17; Ja.ii.10 Ja.ii.252 (= pakkosati); Ja.v.220 (avhayesi); Ja.vi.18, Ja.vi.192, Ja.vi.273 (avhettha pret.);…

avheti →

pts

…to call, call up, summon MN.i.17; Ja.ii.10 Ja.ii.252 (= pakkosati); Ja.v.220 (avhayesi); Ja.vi.18, Ja.vi.192, Ja.vi.273 (avhettha pret.);…

avhāta →

pts

called, summoned Ja.iii.165 = (an˚ = anāhuta ayāctia) = Pv.i.12#3, cp. Pv-a.64. The id p. at Thig.129 reads ayācita.

pp. of avhayati

avhāyana →

pts

…reading avhayana expld. at DN-a.i.97 with reading Sirivhāyana as “ehi Siri mayhaṃ sire patiṭṭhāhī ti evaṃ sire…

aviddasu →

pts

…(= aviññū Dhp-a.iii.395); Pv-a.18 (so read for avindasu). Avinasaka (ika)

a + viddasu

avidūra →

pts

adjective not far, near; usually in loc. ˚e as adv. near Snp.147.

a + vidūra

avissajjiya →

pts

…away, inalienable (cp. avebhangiya) Vin.i.305 (˚ika for ˚iya); Vin.ii.170 (five such objects in detail); Vin.v.216 (+ avebh˚)…

avivāda →

pts

…Snp.896 (˚bhūma Snp-a.557 or ˚bhumma Mnd.308, expld. as Nibbāna).

a + vivāda

aviññū →

pts

adjective = aviddasu.

avyāpajjha →

pts

…or pad

Avyāpajjha2

(abyābajjha) adj.) free from oppression or injury not hurting, kind DN.ii.242 (avera +), DN.ii.276;…

avyāseka →

pts

adjective untouched, unimpaired DN.i.182 (˚sukha = kilesa vyāseka-virahitattā avyāseka DN-a.i.183); Pp.59.

a + vy + āseka

avyāvaṭa →

pts

…i.e. careless, neglectful, not worrying Vin.iii.136; Cnd.72 (abyāvaṭa for appossukka Snp.43); Ja.iii.65; Ja.vi.188. Mil.177 (abyā˚).

a…

avīci →

pts

…nāma).

B.Sk. avīci a + vīci (?) no intermission, or no pleasure (?), unknown, but very likely popular etym.

aya FIXME double →

pts

…Vism.56 sq.)
■ In compn. both ayo˚ & aya˚ occur as bases.

  1. ayo˚
    • -kapāla an iron pot AN.iv.70 (variant reading…

aya →

pts

ayo.

Aya2

(fr. i, go)

  1. income, in aya-potthaka receipt book Ja.i.2.
  2. inlet (for water,…

ayaṃ →

pts

…idañ c’ idañ ca “such & such a thing Ja.ii.5 5. In combination with a pron. rel. it expresses either a generalisation (whoever,…

ayo →

pts

…Vism.56 sq.)
■ In compn. both ayo˚ & aya˚ occur as bases.

  1. ayo˚
    • -kapāla an iron pot AN.iv.70 (variant reading…

ayojjha →

pts

adjective not to be conquered or subdued MN.ii.24.

Sk. ayodhya

añchati →

pts

udakaṃ añcanti (in expln. of udañcanī pulling the water up from a well, q.v.), where it corresponds to udakaṃ ākkaḍḍhati

añja →

pts

…pull or jerk pull on! go on! gee up! Ja.i.192.

orig. imper. of añjati1; cp. Sk. anjasā (instr.) quickly, Goth. anaks

añjali →

pts

…sq.; Iti.88.

cp. Sk. añjali, fr. añjati1

añjana →

pts

…Ja.ii.369; Pv-a.258 (vana).

from añjati2

añjasa →

pts

…ārjava = P. ajjava, see añjati1 & añjaya

añjati →

pts

…ānañja-ānejja

Añjati2 & Añjeti

to smear, anoint, paint SN.ii.281; Ja.iv.219 (akkhīni añjetvā, variant reading BB añcitvā)….

añjaya →

pts

…we assume misreading for añjasa?

from añjati1

añjita →

pts

smeared, anointed Ja.i.77 (su-añjitāni akkhīni); Ja.iv.421 (añjit’akkha).

Sk. ankta & añjayita, pp. of añjeti

añña →

pts

…= E. else. From demonstr. base *eno, see na1 and cp. a3

aññadatthu →

pts

…pasaṃsa-lābhā, expld. Snp-a.541 as na hi ettha pasaṃsa-lābhato añño attho atthi, cp. also Mnd.168); Mil.133; Vv-a.58;…

aññatama →

pts

…many, the one or the other of, a certain, any Mhvs.38, Mhvs.14.

añña + superl. suff. tama; see also aññatara

aññatara →

pts

…of god SN.iv.180 = AN.iv.461.

Sk. anyatara, añña + compar. suff. tara, cp. Lat. alter, Goth. anpar etc.

aññathatta →

pts

…Iti.11. 3. erroneous supposition, mistake Vin.ii.2; SN.iii.91; SN.iv.329. 4. fickleness, change of mind, doubt wavering, MN.i.448, MN.i.457…

aññatra →

pts

…Pv.iv.1#62. In compn. also añña˚, e.g. aññatra-yoga (adj.) following another discipline DN.i.187; MN.i.487
■ As prep….

aññāta →

pts

…right insight AN.iii.175 sq.; Thag.953.

pp. of ājānāti, q.v.

Aññāta2

unknown, see ñāta.

a + ñāta

aññātaka →

pts

…Sk. ajñāti

Aññātaka2

adjective unknown, unrecognisable, only in phrase -vesena in unknown form, in disguise Ja.i.14;…

aḍḍha →

pts

…Sk. ardha

Aḍḍha2

adjective rich, opulent, wealthy, well-to-do usually in combn. with *mahaddhana &…

aḷāra →

pts

…eyelashes, & usually expld. by visāla, i.e. extended wide, but also by bahala, i.e. thick. The meaning etym. is…

aṃsa →

pts

…and expln of aṃsa as koṭṭhāsa at DN-a.i.312, also variant…

aṃsi →

pts

corner, edge (= aṃsa2 Vv.78#2 (= aṃsa-bhāga Vv-a.303).

cp. Vedic aśri, aśra, aśani; Gr. α ̓́κρος pointed, α…

aṃsu →

pts

thread Vin.iii.224. -mālin, sun Sāsv.1.

cp. Sk. aṃśu (Halāyudha) a ray of light

aṅga →

pts

…a perfect body Vv-a.134 (suvisuddh˚). -paccaṅgin having all limbs (perfect) DN.i.34 (sabbanga-peccangī); Pv-a.189.

*…

aṅgaṇa →

pts

…& ˚na; to anga?

Aṅgaṇa2

a speck or freckle (on the face) AN.v.92, AN.v.94 sq. (+ raja) Usually in neg. anaṅgana (adj.) free…

aṅgika →

pts

…catur˚, pañc˚ etc., q.v.

fr….

aṅgula →

pts

…with ox toes, expld. by C. as with toes like an ox’s tail; vv.ll. ˚anguṭṭha and ˚angulī). 2. a finger as measure, i.e. a…

aṅgāra →

pts

…burner Ja.vi.209.

  • -kāsu a charcoal pit MN.i.74, MN.i.365; Thig.491; Ja.i.233; Snp.396; Thag-a.288; Dhp-a.i.442;…

aṅka →

pts

…See also anketi.

Aṅka2

  1. a hook Ja.v.322 Ja.vi.218 (variant reading BB anga)
  2. the lap (i.e. the bent position) or the hollow…

aṅketi →

pts

to mark out, brand Ja.i.451 (lakkhaṇena); Ja.ii.399
pp aṅkita, q.v.

Denom. fr. anka1

aṅkusa →

pts

…Dhp.326.

Vedic ankuśa; to anc, see anka2

aṅkusaka →

pts

…staff (of an ascetic Ja.ii.68 (+ pacchi).

see anka2, cp. ankusa

aṇu →

pts

…small, minute, atomic, subtle (opp. thūla, q.v.) DN.i.223; SN.i.136; SN.v.96 (˚bīja); Snp.299 (anuto aṇuṃ…

aṇḍaka →

pts

…(sakuṇ˚).

Aṇḍaka2

adjective only used of vācā speech: harsh, rough, insolent MN.i.286; AN.v.265, AN.v.283 AN.v.293 (gloss…

aṭanī →

pts

support a stand inserted under the leg of a bedstead Vin.iv.168; Sām. Pās. on Pāc. 14 (quoted Min Pāt. 86 and Vin.iv.357); Dhp-a.i.234;…

aṭṭa →

pts

…case, cause Vin.iv.224; Ja.ii.2, Ja.ii.75; Ja.iv.129 (˚ṃ vinicchināti to judge a cause),…

aṭṭaka →

pts

…Vin.iii.372; DN-a.i.209.

Demin. of aṭṭa1

aṭṭha →

pts

…higher potency of a pair (23). Thus a “royal” gift goes under the name of sabb-aṭṭhakaṃ dānaṃ (8 elephants, 8 horses 8…

aṭṭhaka →

pts

…(see Vin Texts i.130n); MN.i.79; AN.i.136; Mil.396; Ja.i.390. 3. ˚ṃ (nt.) an octad Vv.67#2 (aṭṭh eight octads = 64);…

aṭṭhama →

pts

…aṣṭama, see aṭṭha1

aṭṭhi →

pts

…M. & B. 100

Aṭṭhi2

neuter

  1. a bone AN.i.50; AN.iv.129; Snp.194 (˚nahāru bones tendons); Dhp.149, Dhp.150; Ja.i.70;…

aṭṭhika →

pts

…the idea of a skeleton SN.v.129 sq.; AN.ii.17; Dhs.264.

fr. aṭṭhi

Aṭṭhika2

at Pv-a.180 (sūcik˚) to be read aṭṭita…

aṭṭhilla →

pts

at Vin.ii.266 is expld. by Bdhgh on p. 327 by gojanghaṭṭika, perhaps more likely = Sk. aṣṭhīlā a round pebble or stone.

aṭṭhita →

pts

…arrived at, looked after, considered Ja.ii.247 (= adhiṭṭhita C.).

ā +…

aṭṭita →

pts

…of ardati see aṭṭa3

aṭṭiyati FIXME double →

pts

… pp aṭṭita & addita.

Denom. fr. aṭṭa3, q.v.

aṭṭiyati →

pts

… pp aṭṭita & addita.

Denom. fr. aṭṭa3, q.v.

ba →

pts

…bandhuka 2, bala, balīyati bahuka, bahūta, billa, bella; also paribandha for paripantha; phāla2. Also substituted for v, cp….

baddha →

pts

…of bandhati

Baddha2

neuter a leather strap, a thong Vin.i.287 (T. bandha perhaps right, cp. ābandhana 3) Pv-a.127.

fr….

bahala →

pts

…(˚palāpa-tumba a measure thickly filled with chaff); Ja.ii.91; Mil.282; Vism.257 (˚pūva, where Kp-a.56 omits bahala), Vism.263 (opp….

bahati →

pts

Bahati1 [bṛh1]

to pull, see ab˚, ub˚, nib˚, & cp. udabbahe, pavāḷha.

Bahati2

to strengthen, increase,…

bahu →

pts

…doubtful whether to Gr. παξύς; fr. bṛh2

bahula →

pts

…living in abundance (opp. lūkh’ ājīvin) DN.iii.44, DN.iii.47.

usually -˚, as ˚-only in cpd….

bahulī →

pts

…practised (frequently), usually combined with bhāvita SN.ii.264; SN.iv.200, SN.iv.322; SN.v.259; AN.i.6; Vism.267 (= punappunaṃ kata);…

bahūtaso →

pts

…Ja.iii.484 (where C. expln with bahūtaso is faulty and should perhaps be read pahūtaso), Ja.vi.538.

der. fr. bahūta, cp. Sk….

baka →

pts

…Cp.iii.10#2; Ja.i.205 (˚suṇikā), Ja.i.221, Ja.i.476; Ja.ii.234; Ja.iii.252. 2. Name of a dweller in the Brahma world MN.i.326;…

bakkula →

pts

…horrible cries, a form assumed by the Yakkha Ajakalāpaka, to terrify the Buddha Ud.5 (see also ākulī, where pākula is proposed for…

bala →

pts

…of Kaṇha Ja.iv.82 Nd1.89 Nd1.92 (Vāsudeva +); Vism.233 (id)

  • -(p)patta grown-strong Dhs-a.118 (variant reading…

balavant →

pts

…and) strong Vin.ii.1 (= suṭṭhu balavaṃ C.), and -paccūse very early in the morning Vism.93, and -paccūsa-samaye id. Ja.i.92;…

bali →

pts

…Mhvs.88 (particularly to subordinate divinities, cp. Mvu. translation 263) Dhp-a.ii.14 (variant reading ˚kamma)
pañca˚; the…

balisa →

pts

…Mil.412; Snp-a.114 (in expln of gaḷa Snp.61); Thag-a.280, Thag-a.292; Vb-a.196 (in comparison); Sdhp.610. On use in similes cp….

balya →

pts

…129).

der. fr. bala

Balya2

foolishness, stupidity Dhp.63 (variant reading bālya); Ja.iii.278 (C. bālya); Dhp-a.ii.30.

fr. bāla,…

balīyati →

pts

…Pv-a.94); Ja.vi.224 (3rd pl balīyare; C. abhibhavati, kuppati, of the border provinces); Ne.6 (vv.ll. bali˚, pali˚; C….

bandhakī →

pts

an unchaste woman (lit. binder) Vin.iv.224 (pl. bandhakiniyo), Vin.iv.265 (id.); Ja.v.425, Ja.v.431 (va˚).

fr. bandhaka, cp. Epic Sp. bandhukī a low woman = pāṃśukā & svairinī Halāy 2, 341

bandhana →

pts

…the king of the Devas or Asuras, SN.iv.291; Snp.532, Snp.948; Thag.414; Thag.2, Thag.356 (Māra˚ Dhp.345 sq.; Ja.ii.139, Ja.ii.140; Ja.iii.59 =…

bandhati →

pts

…I. Forms ###

■ Ind. 3rd pl bajjhare Thag.137;
■ pret. 3rd pl. abajjhare Ja.i.428
imper bajjhantu SN.iv.309;…

bandhu →

pts

…amṛta-bandhu RV x.725] SN.i.123 (pamatta˚); SN.i.128; Snp.241, Snp.315 Snp.430, Snp.911; Ja.iv.525; Mil.65 (kamma˚); Snp-a.192…

baḷisa →

pts

…Mil.412; Snp-a.114 (in expln of gaḷa Snp.61); Thag-a.280, Thag-a.292; Vb-a.196 (in comparison); Sdhp.610. On use in similes cp….

beluva →

pts

kola, surpassed in size by the ripe billa or billi SN.i.150 = AN.iv.170 = Snp.p.125.

the guṇa-form…

beḷuva →

pts

kola, surpassed in size by the ripe billa or billi SN.i.150 = AN.iv.170 = Snp.p.125.

the guṇa-form…

bha →

pts

…The expln for this probably is that -bha is abstracted from words ending thus, where the word itself meant…

bhabba →

pts

…niyāmaṃ okkamituṃ kusalesu dhammesu sammattaṃ.“ 2. possible (abhabba impossible) MN.iii.215 (kammaṃ bhabbaābhāsa apparently possible) …

bhacca →

pts

…to be carried, kept or sustained AN.iii.46 (= a dependant) Ja.iv.301 (C. bharitabba). As Kern.

Toevoegselen

s. v. bhacca points out this…

bhadanta →

pts

…(for bhavān) we would suppose the change v → d and account for dd on grounds of pop. analogy after bhadda. See bhante. The pl. nom. from…

bhadda →

pts

Bhaddaa & Bhadrab

adjective

  1. auspicious lucky, high, lofty, august, of good omen reverend (in address to people of esteem),…

bhaddaka →

pts

…& Bhadrakab

  1. good, of good quality (opp. pāpaka) AN.iv.169a.
  2. honoured of high repute…

bhaddanta →

pts

…(for bhavān) we would suppose the change v → d and account for dd on grounds of pop. analogy after bhadda. See bhante. The pl. nom. from…

bhagandala →

pts

…Vin.i.272; Mnd.370. Has expln at Dhtm.204 “bhaganda secane hoti” (“comes from sprinkling” anything to do with our word?

cp. late…

bhagavant →

pts

…noun fortunate, illustrious, sublime, as epithet and title “Lord.” Thus applied to the Buddha (amhākaṃ Bh. and his predecessors. Occurs with…

bhagga →

pts

bhañj, Sk. bhagna

Bhagga2

neuter fortune, good luck, welfare, happiness Vism.210 (akāsi ˚ṃ ti garū ti Bhāgyavā etc.).

fr….

bhaggavant →

pts

…ādīhi catūhi kāraṇehi Bhagavā.“

fr. bhagga2, cp. Sk. & P. bhāgyavant

bhajati →

pts

…76), whilst the lit. (bhaj1) is expressed by vibhājane
■ Snp.958 (bhajato rittaṃ āsanaṃ; gen. sq. ppr. = sevato etc Mnd.466);…

bhajin →

pts

adjective loving, attached to, worshipping Mnd.142 (in expln of “Bhagavā”).

fr. bhajati

bhajjati →

pts

…Dhtp.79 & Dhtm.94, expld by “pāke.” Caus. bhajjāpeti to have, or get roasted Vin.iv.264; Dhp-a.i.224 (variant reading K….

bhakkhati →

pts

…Ja.iv.349 (aor. bhakkhesuṃ); cp. BSk. bhakṣayati Divy.276.

bhakṣ fr. bhaj, cp. Sk. bhakṣati & bhakṣayati; Dhtp.17 & Dhtp.537…

bhakuṭi →

pts

superciliousness Snp.485. Ja.iii.99; Vism.26 (˚karaṇa); Snp-a.412. Der. bhākuṭika (q.v.). See also…

bhamara →

pts

…colour, in expln of kaṇha); Thig.252. Usually in similes, e.g. at Dhp.49 (cp. Dhp-a.i.374 sq.); Vism.142, Vism.152;…

bhamati →

pts

…(mā te kāmaguṇe bhamassu cittaṃ); Ja.i.414; Ja.iii.206 Ja.iv.4 (cakkaṃ matthake); Ja.iv.6 (kumbha-kāra-cakkaṃ iva bh.); Ja.v.478 …

bhamuka →

pts

…Ja.iv.18 (in expln of su-bbhū = su-bhamukhā in C. Fausböll puts “bhamuka”? Kern on this passage quotes BSk. bhrūmukha,…

bhamukha →

pts

…Ja.iv.18 (in expln of su-bbhū = su-bhamukhā in C. Fausböll puts “bhamuka”? Kern on this passage quotes BSk. bhrūmukha,…

bhante →

pts

Prk. Gr. §§ 165, 366b, intimated also by Weber Bhagavatī 156 n. 3 (unable to explain-e); the expln bhante =…

bhara →

pts

…hard to support AN.v.159, AN.v.161 (variant reading dubhara), and subhara easy to support Thag.926…

bharati →

pts

to bear, support, feed maintain Ja.v.260 (mama bharatha, ahaṃ bhattā bhavāmi vo; C. explains as “maṃ icchatha”)
pp…

bharatā →

pts

…cpd. dub˚; difficulty to support, state of being hard to maintain, synonymous with kosajja at AN.iv.280, and…

bharaṇa →

pts

bearing, supporting, maintenance Dhtm.346 (in expln of bhṛ;) Abhp.1053.

fr. bhṛ; Epic Sk. bharaṇa

bharita →

pts

…filled with (-˚) Ja.i.2 (suvaṇṇa-rajata˚ gabbha); Ja.iv.489 (udaka˚); Ja.v.275 (kimi˚); Snp-a.494 (vāta˚); Thag-a.283…

bhariyā →

pts

wife (lit. one who is supported) DN.iii.190; Iti.36; Ja.iii.511; Dhp-a.i.329.

fr. bhṛ; Vedic bhāryā

bhasma →

pts

…see assa1).

  • -bhāva “ashy” state state of being crumbled to dust Vv-a.348.

cp. Vedic…

bhasman →

pts

…see assa1).

  • -bhāva “ashy” state state of being crumbled to dust Vv-a.348.

cp. Vedic…

bhassati →

pts

…SN.i.122 (so read for abhassatha)
pp bhaṭṭha1.

bhranś, Sk. bhraśyate

bhata →

pts

adjective supported, fed, reared, maintained AN.iii.46 (bhatā bhaccā “maintained are my dependents”); Ja.v.330 (kicchā bh.), given by Kern,

bhati →

pts

…fee, pay Ja.i.475; Ja.iii.325, Ja.iii.446; Dhp-a.i.21, Dhp-a.i.70; Dhtp.94 (in expln of root bhaṭ; see…

bhatta →

pts

…(thera) (an elder) who supervises the distribution of food, a superintendent of meals Vism.388, Dhp-a.i.244.

bhattar →

pts

…bhartṛ to…

bhatti →

pts

…Vin.i.51. The reading is uncertain, may be bhati˚ (? Kern

Toevoegselen

s. v. trsl<sup>s</sup> “patchwork”?). Cp. vi˚.

cp….

bhattika →

pts

…Vin.ii.15. Also at Thag-a.267 in meaning “being a servant, working for food” in expln of bhattikatā (= kata-sāmi-bhattikā),…

bhava →

pts

…being, functional state of subconsciousness i.e. subliminal consciousness or subconscious life-continuum, the vital continuum in the absence of…

bhavana →

pts

…SN.i.206, Snp.810 (see expln Mnd.132: nerayikānaṃ nirayo bh. etc. & Snp-a.534: niray’ ādi-bhede bhavane); Mnd.448 (Inda˚ the…

bhavant →

pts

…Sk. (& Vedic) bhavant, used as pronoun of the 2nd; but constructed with 3rd person of the verb Probably a contraction…

bhavati →

pts

…§§ 1312, 1513; and cp. anubhavati, abhibhavati abhisaṃ˚, pa˚ (see pahoti and…

bhaya →

pts

…some lengthy enumns of objects causing fear (sometimes under term mahabbhaya, mahā-bhaya), e.g. one of 17 at Mil.196, one of 16

bhañjana →

pts

…bhañjati

Bhañjana2

neuter anointing, smearing, oiling, in gatta˚ and pāda˚
■ bbhañjana-tela oil for rubbing the…

bhañjanaka →

pts

bhañjaka.

fr. bhañjana1

bhañjati →

pts

…(cp bhañjanaka)

pp bhagga1 (q.v.).

bhañj, cp. Vedic bhañjati & bhanakti, roots with & without r, as Lat. frango = Goth. brikan =…

bhaṅga →

pts

…s. v. cannabis

Bhaṅga2

neuter

  1. (lit.) breaking, breaking off, in sākhā˚; a layer of broken-off branches Ja.iii.407. 2….

bhaṅgaloka →

pts

…g, cp. bheṇḍaka → geṇḍaka.

to bhanga1?

bhaṅgana →

pts

…g, cp. bheṇḍaka → geṇḍaka.

to bhanga1?

bhaṇati →

pts

bhaṇeyya Snp.397. An old subjunctive form is bhaṇā- mase SN.i.209 (cp. Geiger, P.Gr. § 126). Prohib. mā bhāṇi. A Caus. form is…

bhaṇe →

pts

…Mil.21 (atthi bhaṇe añño koci paṇḍito…).

orig. 1st sg. pres. Med. of bhaṇati

bhaṇḍa →

pts

…Vin.i.284; Vin.ii.176; surveyor of the (royal) warehouses, royal treasurer (a higher court office: cp. Fick. Sociale Gliederung 101 sq.)…

bhaṭa →

pts

…(bhattavetana˚). As to suggestion of bhaṭa occurring in phrase yathā-bhaṭaṃ (Kern.

Toevoegselen

s. v. yathābhaṭaṃ see…

bhaṭṭha →

pts

…said Vv.63#19 (su˚ = subhāsita Vv-a.265). See also paccā˚ & pari˚ cp. also next.

pp. of…

bheda →

pts

…breaking, rending, breach, disunion, dissension Vism.64 sq. (contrasted with ānisaṃsa), Vism.572 sq (with ref. to upādāna & bhava); Vb-a.185…

bhedaka →

pts

…dividing, causing disunion; (m.) divider Vin.ii.205; Ja.vi.382
■ nt. adv bhedakaṃ, as in -nakha in such a way as to break a nail…

bhedana →

pts

-dhamma subject to destruction, fragile, perishable AN.iv.386; Ja.i.146, Ja.i.392; Thag-a.254. *…

bhejja →

pts

…to be split, only in neg. form abhejja not to be split or sundered Snp.255; Ja.i.263; Ja.iii.318; Pp.30; Mil.160,…

bhesma →

pts

…reading BB bhesmā, misunderstood by ed
■ Bdhgh Vin.ii.325 on Vin. passage explains by bhayānaka); Ja.v.266; Ja.vi.133 (variant…

bheṇḍi →

pts

…& only wrong spelling; for bheṇḍu = kaṇḍu2

bheṇḍu →

pts

…but belongs with Prk. geṇḍui play & P geṇḍuka and the originally Sk. words genduka, ginduka…

bheṇḍuka →

pts

…& kuṇḍika

Bheṇḍuka2

a knob, cupola, round tower Ja.i.2 (mahā-bh˚-pamāṇa).

fr. bheṇḍu, identical with…

bhijjana →

pts

…of perishable nature; expln of bhidura Thig.35); Pv-a.41 (˚dhammā destructible, of sankhārā)
■ Der….

bhijjati →

pts

…Thag.312
■ praet. 2nd pl. bhijjittha Ja.i.468 aor. abhedi Ud.93 (abhedi kāyo)
fut bhijjhissati DN-a.i.266; grd….

bhikkhaka →

pts

beggar, mendicant SN.i.182 (bh. brāhmaṇa) Ja.vi.59 (variant reading BB. ˚uka); Vb-a.327.

fr. bhikkhu, Cp. Epic Sk. bhikṣuka & f. bhikṣukī

bhikkhu →

pts

…Another more explicit expln is “sattannaṃ dhammānaṃ bhinnattā bhikkhu” (because of the breaking or destroying of 7 things,…

bhikkhunī →

pts

…(dahara˚, story of) Vv-a.77.

fr. bhikkhu, cp. BSk. bhiksuṇī, but classical Sk. bhikṣukī

bhikkhā →

pts

…Pv-a.51 & passim
subhikkha (nt.) abundance of food DN.i.11. dubbhikkha (nt.) (& f.)…

bhindati →

pts

*bhid: aor. 3rd sg. abhida (= Sk abhidat) DN.ii.107; Ja.iii.29 (see also under abhida) abbhidā

bhinna →

pts

…without subsistence, one who has little means to live on, one who leads a poor mode of living Mil.229 sq. (opp. parisuddh’…

bhisi →

pts

Prk. Gr. § 209

Bhisi2

a raft Snp.21
■ Andersen, Pali Reader, Glossary s. v. identifies it with bhisi1 and asks:…

bhisikā →

pts

…to Indexes on Sutta Nipāta & Pj.).

fr. bhisi1

bhitti →

pts

…a pin (peg) in the wall Vin.ii.114, Vin.ii.152.

  • -pāda the support or lower part of a wall Ja.iv.318.

fr….

bhiṃsaka →

pts

…(usually combined with lomahaṃsa DN.ii.106 = AN.iv.311; DN.ii.157; Vin.iii.8; Pv-a.22 Thag-a.242 (˚sabhāva =…

bhiṃsana →

pts

…(usually combined with lomahaṃsa DN.ii.106 = AN.iv.311; DN.ii.157; Vin.iii.8; Pv-a.22 Thag-a.242 (˚sabhāva =…

bhiṅkāra →

pts

…Sk. bhṛngāra

Bhiṅkāra2

cheers, cries of delight (?) Bv.i.35 (+ sādhu kāra).

?

Bhiṅkāra3

a bird: Lanius…

bho →

pts

…“bho,” implying some superiority of the speaker; name given to the brahman, as proud of his birth, in contrast to…

bhoga →

pts

…coil of a snake Ja.iii.58. See also nib˚.

fr. bhuj to bend, cp. bhuja3 & Sk. bhoga id….

bhogavant →

pts

adjective one who has possessions or supplies, wealthy Ja.v.399; Mhvs.10, Mhvs.20; Sdhp.511.

fr. bhoga

bhogga →

pts

…to Sk. bhugna

Bhogga2

adjective

  1. to be enjoyed or possessed, n. property, possession in cpd. rāja˚; (of an elephant) to…

bhogin →

pts

…MN.i.366.

fr. bhoga

Bhogin2

adjective having coils, of a snake Ja.iii.57; Ja.vi.317.

fr. bhuj, see…

bhogiya →

pts

is diaeretic form of Sk. bhogya = P. bhogga2 with which identical in meaning 2, similar also to bhogika.

bhoja →

pts

…of the king. The expln at Snp-a.453 takes the three words as three diff. terms and places bhojā bhogiyā as a designation of a…

bhojaka →

pts

…(is this from bhuñjati2 & bhujissa?) one who draws the benefit of something, owner, holder, in; gāma˚; landholder, village…

bhojana →

pts

…knowing proper measure in eating (& abstr.); eating within bounds, one of the 4 restricttions of moral life SN.ii.218; AN.i.113 sq.;…

bhokkhi →

pts

at Vb-a.424, in phrase sucikāmo bh. brāhmaṇo is a kind of Desider, formation fr. bhuj˚ (bhuñj), appearing as *bhukṣ = bhokkh (cp….

bhuja →

pts

…(Dhtm.521). See also bhuja3. Idg. *bheṅg, fr. which also Lat. fugio to flee = Gr. φεύγω, Lat. fuga flight = Sk bhoga ring,…

bhujaka →

pts

bhuj, as in bhuñjati2; or does it belong to bhuja3 and equal to bhuja-laṭṭhi?

bhujissa →

pts

…thus fr. bhuj (see bhuñjati2) to purify, sort out

bhumma →

pts

…(perhaps to find hidden treasures) Snp-a.353 (term of a vijjā, science or magic art). Cp. bhūrikamma bhūrivijjā
ṭṭha a put into…

bhummi →

pts

…sq. (see Dhs trsl.2 231).

fr. bhumma

Bhummi2

a voc. of friendly address “my (dear) man” (lit. terrestrial)…

bhusa →

pts

…(nt.) & buśa (m.)

Bhusa2

adjective strong, mighty, great Dhp.339 (taṇhā = balavā Dhp-a.iv.48); Ja.v.361 (daṇḍa *daḷha,…

bhusati →

pts

…a legitimate form for Sk. bhaṣate (see P. bhasati), with u for a, so that the suggested correction of bhusati to bhasati (see under…

bhuseti →

pts

…grow (?) Ja.v.218 (C. explains by “bhusaṃ karoti, vaḍḍheti” p. 224).

Denom. fr. bhusa2 = *bhṛśayati; but not certain, may…

bhusikā →

pts

chaff AN.i.242; Vin.ii.181.

fr. bhusa1

bhussati →

pts

…a legitimate form for Sk. bhaṣate (see P. bhasati), with u for a, so that the suggested correction of bhusati to bhasati (see under…

bhutta →

pts

…Rh. D., Dial. iii.64 trsls “enjoy your possessions as you have been wont to do”; see note ibid.). We should favour a translation…

bhuttāvin →

pts

…Vin.iv.81, & bhuttāvino SN.iv.289.

bhutta + suffix ˚āvin, corresponding to Vedic ˚āyin

bhuyya →

pts

the regular P. representative of Sk. bhūyas (compar.); for which usually bhiyya (q.v.). Only in cpd. yebhuyyena (q.v.).

bhuñjaka →

pts

…or statement of eating Vb-a.164.

fr. bhuñjati1

bhuñjana →

pts

…meal-time Dhp-a.i.346.

fr. bhuñjati1

bhuñjati →

pts

…purpose of living

Bhuñjati2

to clean, purify cleanse: see bhuja2 and bhujissa, also bhoja &…

bhuṅkaraṇa →

pts

adjective noun making “bhu,” i.e. bow-wow, barking Ja.vi.355 (˚sunakha) variant reading bhu-bhukka-sadda-karaṇa.

bhu + kṛ; see bhukka

bhāga →

pts

…Snp.305 (nivesanāni suvibhattāni bhāgaso); Ja.v.266 (cp. C. on Ja.v.272) = Cnd.304#iii. d; Pv.i.10#13 (= bhāgato mita Pv-a.52)
■…

bhāgya →

pts

good luck, fortune Ja.v.484.

cp. Epic & Class. Sk. bhāgya; fr. bhaga, see also contracted form bhagga2

bhāgyavant →

pts

…is formed as expln of the term bhāgyavatā (f.) at Vism.211.

same as bhaggavant, only differentiated as being the Sk. form…

bhājana →

pts

…fr. bhāj

Bhājana2

neuter division, dividing up, in pada˚; dividing of words, treating of words separately Dhs-a.343;…

bhākuṭika →

pts

…a frown, frowning, superciliousness def. at Vism.26 as “padhāna-parimathitabhāva-dassanena bhākuṭi [read bhakuṭi]-karaṇaṃ…

bhānu →

pts

…(m.) shine, light, ray; Epic Sk. also “sun”

bhānumant →

pts

…brilliant; mostly of the sun; nom. bhānumā SN.i.196 Thag.1252; Vv.64#17, Vv.78#7 (= ādicca Vv-a.304); Ja.i.183 acc. bhānumaṃ Snp.1016…

bhāra →

pts

…Snp.626 (same expln at Snp-a.467), Snp.914 (explained as patita-bhāra, oropita˚, nikkhitta˚ Mnd.334 where 3 bhāras in…

bhāriya →

pts

…bhāra Vedic bhārya to be nourished or supported; bhāryā wife

bhāsati →

pts

vācāya

Bhāsati2

to shine, shine forth, fill with splendour Snp.719 (2nd sg. fut. bhāsihi = bhāsissasi…

bhāsita →

pts

…(su˚); Pv-a.83 (dub˚).

pp. of bhāsati1

bhāsura →

pts

adjective bright, shining, resplendent Thag-a.139, Thag-a.212; Vv-a.12.

cp. Epic Sk. bhāsura fr. bhas

bhātuka →

pts

brother, usually -˚, viz. pati˚; brother-in-law, husband’s brother Ja.vi.152 putta˚; son & brother Dhp-a.i.314; sa˚; with the brother…

bhāva →

pts

…bhāva = attabhāva); usually -˚, denoting state or condition of, and representing an abstr. der. from the first part of the cpd. e.g….

bhāvanā →

pts

…translation 261 (= 2 240); Expos. i.217 (= Dhs-a.163); Cpd. 207 n.2. Cp. pari˚, vi˚, sam˚
■ Vin.i.294 (indriya˚);…

bhāvin →

pts

…to be, as-˚ in avassa˚; sure to come to pass, inevitable Ja.i.19
■ f. bhāvinī future Vv-a.314 (or is it bhāvanīya? cp. variant…

bhāvita →

pts

…(cittaṃ parittaṃ abhāvitaṃ; opp. cittaṃ appamāṇaṃ subhāvitaṃ); Snp.516, Snp.558.

pp. of bhāveti

bhāvitatta →

pts

…+ attan

Bhāvitatta2

neuter only neg. a˚ the fact of not developing or cultivating SN.iii.153 SN.iii.475; Pv.ii.9#66.

abstr….

bhāyati →

pts

…Thag.21; Snp.p.48; 2nd sg. bhāyasi Thig.248; 1st pl. bhāyāma Ja.ii.21; 3rd pl. bhāyanto Dhp.129; …

bhāṇa →

pts

…the Scriptures, divided into such for purposes of recitation, “a recital” Vin.i.14; Vin.ii.247 DN-a.13; MN-a.2 (concerning the Bh. of Majjhima…

bhāṇaka →

pts

…bhaṇati

Bhāṇaka2

a jar Vin.ii.170 (loha˚), Vin.iii.90.

cp. Sk. bhāṇḍaka a small box: Kathāsarits. 24, 163; & see…

bhāṇeti →

pts

Caus. of bhaṇati (q.v.) with 3rd praet. bhāṇi & pot.; bhāṇaye.

bhīrati →

pts

…behind) Neumann, M. trsl.2iii.248 translates “über ihm schwebt,” & proposes reading (on p. 563); anu-hīramāna (fr. hṛ;)….

bhīru →

pts

…Sdhp.207 (dukkha˚); usually in neg. abhīru not afraid, without fear, combined with anutrāsin:…

bhū →

pts

bhū

Bhū2

feminine the earth; loc. bhuvi according to Kaccāyana; otherwise bhuvi is aor….

bhūkuṭi →

pts

frown, anger, superciliousness MN.i.125 (variant reading bhakuṭi & bhā˚); Ja.v.296.

a different spelling of bhakuṭi, q.v
■ Cp. Sk….

bhūmi →

pts

…jina˚, panna˚, or as trsld by Rh. D in Dial. i.72, under “eight stages of a prophet’s existence”; babyhood, playtime, trial…

bhūnaha →

pts

…bh.“). Cp. MN.i.502 (“puritanical” suggested by Lord Chalmers).

difficult to expln; is it an old misspelling for bhūta + gha?…

bhūri →

pts

…late Sk. bhūr

Bhūri2

adjective wide, extensive, much, abundant, Dhs-a.147 (in def. of the term bhūri1, i.e….

bhūrī →

pts

…(explained as termed so because it is as widespread as the earth; Dhs.16; Dhp-a.iii.421; same expln at Dhs-a.148) Ja.vi.415.

is it…

bhūta →

pts

…(now) DN-a.i.43 (in expln of abbhuta) 2. having become such & such, being like, acting as, being quâsi (as it were), consisting…

bidala →

pts

adjective noun

  1. a kind of pulse, split pea Ja.iv.353 (= mugga) in -sūpa haricot soup Ja.iv.352.
  2. a split bamboo cane, in -mañcaka a bedstead made of laths of split bamboo, the use of which …

bila →

pts

…Dhtp.489: bila bhedane

Bila2

neuter a part, bit Ja.vi.153 (˚sataṃ 100 pieces); abl. bilaso (adv.) bit by bit…

bilaṅga →

pts

…to bila-kata under bila2?) AN.i.47; AN.ii.122; Cnd.604 (variant reading khil˚); Mil.197, Mil.290, Mil.358 (all passages in standard…

bimba →

pts

…ūhana as seen in ūhanati2 2 fr. ud + hṛ; raising, lifting up] a pillow Vin.i.47 (bhisi˚); Vin.ii.76, Vin.ii.150, Vin.ii.208,…

bimbi →

pts

…Ja.i.39; Ja.v.155. At Ja.vi.497, Ja.vi.498 the form is bimbajāla. The C. expln gives ratta-kuravaka as a synonym.

= Sk….

bindu →

pts

  1. a drop, usually a drop of water Snp.392, Snp.812 (uda˚); Ja.i.100; Vism.531 (madhu˚) Thag-a.281; Pv-a.98 (udaka˚).
  2. a spot (cp. SBE…

biḷāla →

pts

…a flying fox Ja.vi.538.

see biḷāra

Biḷāla2

a kind of salt Abhp.461.

see…

bodha →

pts

…(variant reading bojjh˚).

fr. budh; the usual

Bodha2

see pali˚.

bodhi →

pts

…“catusu satipaṭṭhānesu supatiṭṭhitacittā satta-bojjhange yathābhūtaṃ bhāvetvā anuttaraṃ sammā-sambodhiṃ…

bojjha →

pts

matter to be known or understood, subject of knowledge or understanding Ne.20.

orig. grd. of bujjhati or bodheti

bojjhaṅga →

pts

…one), with addition of sīlesu paripūrikāritā indriyesu gutta-dvāratā, bhojane mattaññutā jāgariy’ ânuyoga, sati-sampajaññaṃ (see…

bondi →

pts

Lat. Wtb. under fidelia. The orig. meaning may have been, as Morris suggests, “trunk.” It certainly is a dial. word

brahant →

pts

…Vedic bṛhant, of bṛh2 to increase, to be great or strong; paribṛdha solid (cp. brūha, paribrahaṇa & paribrūhana), Av….

brahma →

pts

…(= ghaṭa2) company or assembly of Brahmans Ja.vi.99. -cakka the excellent wheel, i.e. the…

brahmacariya →

pts

…Pv.ii.9#13; Dhp-a.iv.42 (vasuttamaṃ); Vb-a.504
■ brahmacariyaṃ vussati to live the religious life AN.i.115 (cp….

brahmattara →

pts

…is probably to be read brahmuttara “even higher than Brahmā,” i.e. unsurpassed, magnificent. C. explains by suvaṇṇa- pāsāda.

brahmā →

pts

…(= ghaṭa2) company or assembly of Brahmans Ja.vi.99. -cakka the excellent wheel, i.e. the…

brāhmaṇa →

pts

…usual 4 ariyasaccāni)

fr. brahma; cp. Vedic brāhmaṇa, der. fr. brahmán

Brāhmaṇa2

neuter state of a true brahman, “holiness…

brūhana →

pts

…Toevoegselen

s. v. “amusement”); Dhs-a.332; Vv-a.20 (sukha˚). Cp. upa˚.

fr. brūheti

brūhetar →

pts

…to; in phrase brūhetā suññāgārānaṃ frequenter of solitary places; given up to solitary meditation MN.i.33, MN.i.213.

n. ag. of…

brūheti →

pts

…+ , for ābhāveti)
■ Cp anu˚, pari˚.

cp. Sk. bṛṃhayati; fr. brh2 to increase; Dhtp.346 & Dhtm.505: vuddhiyaṃ. Cp….

brūti →

pts

…Pv-a.11); Thag.214; 2nd sg. brūsi Snp.457 Snp.1032, Snp.1081; Ja.ii.48; Thig.58; 3rd sg. brūti

bubbula →

pts

J.P.T.S. 1907, 117
■ Usually of a waterbubble udaka˚; SN.iii.141; AN.iv.137; Ja.v.216; Mil.117 Vism.109; Dhp-a.iii.209; Vb-a.33 (as…

bubbuḷa →

pts

J.P.T.S. 1907, 117
■ Usually of a waterbubble udaka˚; SN.iii.141; AN.iv.137; Ja.v.216; Mil.117 Vism.109; Dhp-a.iii.209; Vb-a.33 (as…

buddha →

pts

…cp. Epic Sk. buddha

Buddha2

  1. one who has attained enlightenment; a man superior to all other beings, human divine, by his knowledge…

buddhatā →

pts

enlightenment, wisdom Dhp-a.iv.228; Thag-a.4 (Buddha-subuddhatā)
■ Cp. buddhatta.

abstr. fr. buddha

buddhi →

pts

…(in sequence saddhā sīla suta b cāga etc.); Ja.iii.369; Ja.v.257; Mil.349; Sdhp.263. The ref. Vism.439 should be read vuddhi for b˚.

*…

bujjhaka →

pts

…own interest (translation suggested by E. Hardy as preferable to Oldenberg’s “unnoticed”). Morris, J.P.T.S. 1893 69 suggests “not…

bujjhati →

pts

…(awakening). Bdhgh’s expln of the meaning is “kilesa-santāna-niddāya uṭṭhahati cattāri vā ariyasaccāni paṭivijjhati…

byagā →

pts

3rd sg. aor. of vi + gam, to depart, to be lost, perish Thag.170.

byappatha →

pts

…P. vyāvaṭa) of vy + ā + pṛ3, pṛṇoti to be busy or active

byañjana →

pts

…& the letter Mil.18, Mil.345; Ne.23. As vyañjana is the more usual (classical) form, other refs. will be found under…

byābādha FIXME double →

pts

…injury, harm, hurting; usually in phrase atta˚ & para˚; (disturbing the peace of others of oneself) MN.i.89; SN.iv.339; AN.i.114, AN.i.157,…

byābādha →

pts

evil, wrong, hurt; usually referred to as 3 fold: atta˚, para˚, ubhaya˚, or against oneself against others, & both-MN.i.416; SN.iv.159 (vyā˚),…

byādheti →

pts

…Thag.46, Thag.1211. Pass. byādhiyati Kv.ii.457 (aor. byādhiyiṃsu)
pp byādhita.

Caus. fr. byādhi

byāma →

pts

fathom, measured by both hands being extended to their full length, only in phrase -ppabhā a halo extending for a fathom around the Buddha…

byāruddha →

pts

…= āhata-citta).

pp. of vy + ā + rundh; reading by˚ in Nd1; vy˚ in Sn & Snp-a; variant reading BB

byāsatta →

pts

…of vy + ā + sañj, cp. āsatta1

byūha →

pts

…sakaṭa˚ (cart formn). 2. a heap, collection, in byūhaṃ karoti to put into a (well-arranged) heap Mil.2 (kacavaraṃ). 3….

bādhati →

pts

…to become sore, to suffer Snp-a.481; Thag-a.282; ppr. bādhiyamāna Pv-a.33 (so read for ˚ayamāna), Pv-a.69
caus…

bādheti →

pts

…Ja.ii.51 (aor bādhayiṃsu); Ja.iv.342; Ja.v.295, Ja.v.445 (pot. bādhaye bādheyya C. on p. 447; vv.ll. baddh˚, bandh˚). grd bādhetabba

bāheti →

pts

…pari˚.

Caus. of bahati3 or Denom. fr. bahi

Bāheti2

to carry, see sam˚; (sambāhana, meaning rubbing, stroking)….

bāhira →

pts

…subjective MN.iii.274 (cha āyatanā); Ja.iv.402 (˚vatthuṃ ayācitvā ajjhattikassa nāmaṃ gaṇhāti); Dhs.674…

bāhirima →

pts

… ■ adversative…

bāhitatta →

pts

keeping out, exclusion Cnd.464 (in expln of word brāhmaṇa).

abstr. fr. bāhita

bāhiteyya →

pts

…“musst (mir) weichen.”

unclear; grd. of bāheti1, but formed fr. pp.?

bāhitikā →

pts

mantle, wrapper (lit. “that which keeps out,” i.e. the cold or wind) MN.ii.116, MN.ii.117.

fr. bāhita, pp. of bāheti1

bāhu →

pts

…Vedic bāhu, prob. to bahati2; cp. Gr. π ̈ηξυς in same meaning, Ohg. buoc. It seems that bāhu is more frequent in later…

bāhulla →

pts

  1. abundance, superfluity, great quantity MN.i.171; AN.iv.87 (˚kathā) AN.iv.87; Pts.i.197; Ja.i.81.
  2. luxurious living, swaggering, puffed up…

bāhusacca →

pts

…fr. śru, thus b. is the abstract to bahussuta See on expln of word Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v.

bāhā →

pts

…a “screen” (from bahati3) the former more likely. Only-˚ in ālambana˚; post to hold on to, a balustrade Vin.ii.120,…

bāla →

pts

…childish infantile“

Bāla2

the hair of the head Pv-a.285 (˚koṭimatta not even one tip of the hair; gloss BB vālagga˚).

for…

bāḷha →

pts

…DN-a.i.212.

Vedic bāḍha, orig. pp. of bahati2

bāḷhika →

pts

adjective , only in su˚; having excess of good things, very prosperous Ja.v.214 (C. explains by suṭṭhu aḍḍha).

fr. bāḷha

bīja →

pts

…There are 5 kinds of seeds usually enumerated, e.g. at DN.i.5 (explained at DN-a.i.77, translation at Dial. i.6 and passim), viz. mūla˚,…

būḷha →

pts

array of troops Ja.i.387.

for vūḷha, cp. Sk. vyūḍha for the usual vyūha, q.v.

ca →

pts

…kinds of fruit Ja.iii.127 subhaddako c’ eva supesalo ca Ja.iii.82; c’ eva apace padūse pi ca waste and even defile Thag-a.72 (Tha-ap.40). …

cajati →

pts

…loc. of person to whom Asuresu pāṇaṃ SN.i.224 = Ja.i.203) Dhp.290; Ja.ii.205 Ja.iii.211; Ja.v.464; Ja.vi.570

pp catta,…

cakka →

pts

…jātāni, forming the 2nd characteristic mark of a Mahāpurisa DN.ii.17 DN.iii.143; DN.iii.149
■ Ja.ii.331; Mil.51. 4. an…

cakkavāḷa →

pts

…mythical range of mountains supposed to encircle the world; pl worlds or spheres Ja.i.53, Ja.i.203; Ja.vi.330; Vism.205 (its extent), Vism.207,…

cakkhu →

pts

The eye as the instr. of supersensuous perception ###

“clear” sight clairvoyance. This is the gift of favoured beings whose senses are…

cakkhuka →

pts

…in dibba˚ AN.i.23. AN.i.148 (see cakkhu iii.2) and a˚ blind DN.i.191; SN.iii.140 Nd.67.

cakkhussa →

pts

adjective pleasing to or good for the eyes (opp. a˚) Vin.ii.137, Vin.ii.148.

Vedic cakṣuṣya

cala →

pts

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

  • -ācala [intens. redupl.] moving to & fro,…

calaka →

pts

…AN.iv.107 sq.

Calaka2

neuter a piece of meat thrown away after having been chewed Vin.ii.115 Vin.iv.266 (= vighāsa); Vv-a.222…

calati →

pts

…kammaja-vātā caliṃsu the labour-pains began to stir Ja.i.52; Ja.vi.485. pp. calita (q.v.)
caus caleti to shake SN.i.109.

Dhtp.251…

camasa →

pts

…[for camasañ ca] variant reading Bd). Cp. Kern Toevoegselen s. v.

Vedic camasa, a cup

camma →

pts

…Mil.53; Sdhp.140. It is supposed to be subcutaneous (under chavi as tegument) & next to the bone: chaviṃ chindetvā cammaṃ chindati…

canda →

pts

…(in compar,); Pv-a.65;

  • -suriyā (pl.) sun & moon Ja.iv.61.

Vedic candra from *(s)quend to be light or glowing, cp. candana sandal…

candanikā →

pts

…see also PW sub candana2) SN.v.361; MN.i.11, MN.i.73, MN.i.448; AN.i.161; Thag.567; Ja.v.15; Mil.220 Vism.264, Vism.343, Vism.359;…

candimā →

pts

…with suriya moon & sun, DN.i.240; DN.ii.12; DN.iii.85 sq., DN.iii.90, DN.iii.112; SN.ii.266 SN.v.264 sq.; AN.i.227;…

cara →

pts

…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…

caraka →

pts

  1. = cara2 (a messenger) Ja.vi.369 (attha˚); adj. walking through: sabbalokaṃ˚ Ja.v.395.
  2. any animal SN.i.106; Pv-a.153 (vana˚).

carati →

pts

…(MN.i.428); -aor. sg. 1st acariṃ (SN.iii.29), acārisaṃ (Pv.iii.9#5), 3rd acari (Snp.344) acāri (Snp.354; Dhp.326);…

carima →

pts

adjective subsequent, last (opp. pubba) Thag.202; Iti.18; Ja.v.120
acarima not later (apubba ac˚ simultaneously) DN.i.185; MN.iii.65;…

carita →

pts

…also carati 1b, 2b. Esp. freq. with su˚ and duc˚: good, right proper or (nt.) good action, right conduct & the opposite;…

caritaka →

pts

conduct (= carita2) Thag.36.

cariya →

pts

… ■ See also carati 2b. In compounds cariyā˚.

  • -piṭaka the last book in the Khuddaka-nikāya *…

cattārīsa →

pts

…Snp.p.87; Iti.99≈. Usually cattāḷīsa Ja.i.58; Ja.v.433; Dhp-a.i.41; Dhp-a.ii.9. 93.

  • -danta having 40 teeth…

catukka →

pts

…→ *catukyaṃ

Catukka2

empty, shallow, little Cnd.415 (˚pañña, with omakapañña lāmaka-p˚); Ja.iv.441 (nadī = tuccha…

catur →

pts

-(r)assa [catur + assa2] four-cornered, quadrangular regular Vin.ii.310 (Bdhgh); Ja.iv.46 (āvāṭa), Ja.iv.492 (sālā);…

caṅkamana →

pts

…walk (= cankama Vv-a.188. Usually ˚-
■ Vin.i.139 (˚sālā); Ja.iii.85 Ja.iv.329; Pv-a.79 (˚koṭi the far end of the cloister).

fr….

caṇḍāla →

pts

…AN.iii.226; Pv.iii.1#13; Dhp-a.ii.25. See also pukkusa.

Vedic caṇḍāla

Caṇḍāla2

neuter a kind of amusement or trick…

ce →

pts

…(passe ce vipulaṃ sukhaṃ Dhp.290)
■ Always enclitic (like Lat. que) & as a rule placed after the emphasized word at the beginning…

cela →

pts

…(as sign of applause), usually with sādhukāra Ja.i.54; Ja.ii.253; Ja.iii.285; Ja.v.67; Dhp-a.ii.43; Snp-a.ii.225; Vv-a.132, Vv-a.140; *…

cetanaka →

pts

…b.419.

see…

cetanā →

pts

…Cnd.112 (in def. of asucimanussā people of ignoble action: asuciyā cetanāya patthanāya, paṇidhinā samannāgatā). Also classed with…

cetasa →

pts

…Myrobalan Ja.v.420.

Cetasa2

adjective only in-˚: sucetasa of a good mind, good-hearted SN.i.4 = SN.i.29, SN.i.46 = SN.i.52;…

cetasika →

pts

…it is to be taken as supplementing it, viz. mind & all that belongs to it, mind and mental properties, adjuncts, co-efficients (cp….

ceteti →

pts

…since it is usually expld by cint, whereas cint is never explained by cet & therefore appears to be the more frequent &…

cetiya →

pts

…cetiyaṃ patiṭṭhāpesuṃ); Kp-a.221; Dhp-a.iii.29 (dhātu˚) Dhp-a.iv.64); Vv-a.142; Sdhp.428, Sdhp.430. Pre-Buddhistic cetiyas…

cha →

pts

…(cp. Oldenberg, Buddha 7384) Their names are Assaji, Punabhasu, Paṇḍuka, Lohitaka, Mettiya, Bhummajaka Vin.ii.1, Vin.ii.77, and…

chambheti →

pts

…see chambhin & chambhitatta, Cp. ūrukhambha (under khambha2).

cp. Sk. skabhnāti & stabhnāti; skambh,…

chambhin →

pts

…instr. of cha & expld by chasu ṭhānesu, viz on 4 limbs, body & neck; cp. cha)
acchambhin firm steady,…

chanda →

pts

Dhs trsl. 292) & the combn kāmachanda is only an enlarged term of kāma. Kāye chanda “delight in the body” MN.i.500; Snp.203….

chandaka →

pts

…(of alms for the Sangha), usually as -ṃ saṃharati to make a vol. coll. Vin.iv.250; Ja.i.422; Ja.ii.45, Ja.ii.85 (saṃharitvā variant…

chandika →

pts

…effort, & always combd w. anādara & assaddha Pp.13; Vb.341; Pv-a.54 (variant reading), Pv-a.175.

see chanda

channa →

pts

…suitable, proper Vin.ii.124 (+ paṭirūpa); Vin.iii.128; DN.i.91 (+…

chatta →

pts

…Vv-a.66.

late Vedic chattra = *chad-tra, covering to chad, see chādati

Chatta2

a pupil, a student Ja.ii.428.

cp. Sk….

chattaka →

pts

…(= Thag-a.29 as nickname of sun-shade makers). See also paṇṇa˚. 2. ahi˚; “snake’s sun-shade,” N. for a mushroom: toadstool…

chavaka →

pts

  1. a corpse Ja.v.449.
  2. wretched Mil.156, Mil.200; (˚caṇḍāla, see expln at Ja.v.450).

chaḷ →

pts

…(cp. Oldenberg, Buddha 7384) Their names are Assaji, Punabhasu, Paṇḍuka, Lohitaka, Mettiya, Bhummajaka Vin.ii.1, Vin.ii.77, and…

chaṇa →

pts

…Ja.iii.538; Ja.iv.115 (surā˚); Ja.v.212; Ja.vi.221, Ja.vi.399 (˚bheri); Dhp-a.iii.100 (surā˚), Dhp-a.iii.443 (˚vesa); Dhp-a.iv.195;…

chidda →

pts

  1. (adj.) having rents or fissures, perforated SN.iv.316; Ja.i.419; (fig.) faulty, defective, Vin.i.290.
  2. (nt.) a cutting, slit, hole aperture,…

chubhati →

pts

given as root chubh (for kṣubh) with def. “nicchubhe” at Dhtm.550. See khobha.

chuddha →

pts

thrown away, removed, rejected, contemptible Dhp.41 = Thig.468 (spelled chuṭṭha); Ja.v.302.

Sk. kṣubdha (?) kṣubh, perhaps better ṣṭīv, pp. ṣṭyūta (see niṭṭhubhati), cp. …

churikā →

pts

knife, a dagger, kreese Thig.302; Ja.iii.370; Mil.339; cp. Mil trsln. ii.227; Thag-a.227; Dhp-a.iii.19.

Sk. kṣurikā to kṣura see khura, cp. chārikā → khara

chādeti →

pts

…Ja.vi.195

pp channa1 (q.v.).

Caus. of chad, Sk. chādayati

Chādeti2

  1. to seem good, to please, to give…

chādi →

pts

shade Ja.iv.351.

chādeti1

chāyā →

pts

…Goth. skeinan See note on kāla, vol. ii. p. 382

cikicchati →

pts

…tikicchati to reflect, think over, intend aim at. Pp. cikicchita Kp-a.188 (in expln of vicikicchita q.v.).

Sk. cikitsati, Desid….

cillaka →

pts

…with Kern (Toev.) “a wooden puppet,” as der. fr. citta.1

kilaka or khīlaka, q.v.

cinteti →

pts

…since it is usually expld by cint, whereas cint is never explained by cet & therefore appears to be the more frequent &…

cintin →

pts

…on AN.i.102 (duccintita˚ & su˚); Snp.174 (ajjhatta˚; variant reading B. ˚saññin) Snp.388; Ja.iii.306 = Ja.iv.453 Ja.v.176 = Ja.v.478;…

cintita →

pts

…devised SN.i.137 (dhammo asuddho samalehi c.); SN.iii.151 (caraṇaṃ nāma cittaṃ citten’ eva c.); Pv.ii.6#13 (mantaṃ brahma˚, expl….

cira →

pts

adjective long (of time), usually in compounds & as adv. Either; ciraṃ (acc.) for a long time Snp.678, Snp.730, Snp.1029;…

cirassaṃ →

pts

na cirass’ eva shortly after DN.iii.11; Ja.iv.2; Dhp-a.iii.176; Pv-a.32
sucirass’ eva after a very long while SN.i.193.

origin….

cita →

pts

…or faced with (cp. citaka2) pokkharaṇiyo iṭṭhakāhi citā DN.ii.178, cp. Vin.ii.123.

citaka →

pts

…Ja.vi.576; DN-a.i.6; Dhp-a.i.69 Dhp-a.ii.240; Vv-a.234; Pv-a.39. 2. (adj.) inlaid: suvaṇṇa˚ with gold Ja.vi.218 (= ˚khacita).

from…

citakā →

pts

…Ja.vi.576; DN-a.i.6; Dhp-a.i.69 Dhp-a.ii.240; Vv-a.234; Pv-a.39. 2. (adj.) inlaid: suvaṇṇa˚ with gold Ja.vi.218 (= ˚khacita).

from…

citraka →

pts

…& Citraka(b)

  1. (adj.)(a) coloured Ja.iv.464.
  2. (m.)(b) the spotted antelope Ja.vi.538.
  3. (nt….

citta →

pts

…as adv. ˚ṃ (to citta2?) easily Vin.ii.78 = Vin.iii.161; Vin.iv.177 Vin.iv.232; -latā the plant Rubia…

cittaka FIXME double →

pts

…& Citraka(b)

  1. (adj.)(a) coloured Ja.iv.464.
  2. (m.)(b) the spotted antelope Ja.vi.538.
  3. (nt….

cittaka →

pts

…Mil.408, cp. Mil trsl. ii.352.

to citta1

Cittaka2

see acittaka.

cittatara →

pts

of citta1, more various, more varied. SN.iii.151 sq
■ a punning passage, thus: by the procedure (caraṇa) of mind (in the past) the…

cittatā →

pts

…SN.iii.152 l cittitā q.v.

f. abstr. to citta2

cittita →

pts

…Vv.40#2.

pp. of citteti, Denom. fr. citta1

ciṇṇa →

pts

…Ja.iii.541; Mil.360-su˚ well performed, accomplished SN.i.42 = SN.i.214 = Snp.181; Pv.iii.5#6
■ Cp. ā˚, pari˚, vi˚.

*…

cokkha →

pts

…on p. 530).

Cp. Sk….

culla →

pts

…minor section (Vin ii.) as subordinate to Mahā-vagga (Vin i.) Culla-niddesa the minor exposition (following upon Mahā-niddesa); culla-sīla…

cuta →

pts

…AN.iv.178; Dhp-a.i.259; usually in phrase sattānaṃ cutûpapāta-ñāṇa the discerning of the saṃsāra of beings DN.i.82 = MN.i.248;…

cuṇṇa →

pts

…in bathing. Often combd with mattikā clay, in distinction of which c. is for delicate use (tender skin),…

cāga →

pts

…Jtm.311 Pv-a.30, Pv-a.120; Sdhp.214, Sdhp.323. See also anussati & anussarati.

  • -ādhiṭṭhāna the…

cālanī →

pts

pestle, a mortar Vin.i.202 (in cuṇṇa˚ & dussa˚, cp. saṇha).

to cālana of calaka2

cāpa →

pts

…bow-case Ja.ii.88;

  • -lasuṇa (nt.) a kind of garlic Vin.iv.259.

Sk. cāpa, from *qēp tremble, cp. capala wavering,…

cāra →

pts

…AN.iii.257 See also carati ib.

  • -vihāra doing & behaving, i.e. good conduct Ja.ii.232 Dpvs. Ja.vi.38; cp….

cāraka →

pts

carati ib) Vin.i.83; Ja.i.82; Ja.ii.286; Dhp.326; Mil.14, Mil.22 ˚ñ pakkamati to set out wandering Ja.i.87; Mil.16….

cāraṇa →

pts

adjective = cāraka Snp.162 (saṃsuddha˚).

cāritta →

pts

…MN.i.287 = MN.iii.40 (kāmesu) Ja.iii.46 (rakkhita-gopitesu).

  • -vāritta manner of acting & avoiding Ja.iii.195, cp…

cāru →

pts

…Ja.vi.450 as: cāru vuccati suvaṇṇaṃ = suvaṇṇadassana), Ja.vi.579; f.

  • Pv.iii.6#14.

Vedic cāru & cāyu to; *qe-*qā, as in…

cātur →

pts

…DN-a.iii.48 sq.; SN.i.66; MN.i.377; Vism.410 Cp. Dial. i.75 n1.

see catur

cāṭi →

pts

…a meal of rice). 2. a measure of capacity Ja.ii.404; Ja.iv.343. 3. a large vessel of the tank type used for living in Vin.i.153.

*…

cīnaka →

pts

kind of bean Snp.239 (= aṭavi-pabbatapadesu āropita-jāta-cīna-mugga Snp-a.283); Ja.v.405.

cīra →

pts

…AN.i.295; Pp.55-a bark dress Vin.i.305; Ja.vi.500 (cp. cīraka). 2. a strip (orig. of bark), in suvaṇṇa˚-khacita gold-brocaded…

cīraka →

pts

…compounds) 2. a strip, in suvaṇṇa˚; gold brocade (dress) Ja.v.197.

  • -vāsika (nt.) bark-dress (a punishment)…

cīvara →

pts

…the c proper, called paṃsukūlaṃ c. “the dust-heap robe Vin.v.117 (cp. gahapati)
■ On cīvara in general also on…

cūḷa FIXME double →

pts

aḍḍha-cūḷa a measure (see aḍḍha). See also cūlikā. 2. (adj.) see culla.

Sk. cūḍa &…

cūḷa →

pts

…minor section (Vin ii.) as subordinate to Mahā-vagga (Vin i.) Culla-niddesa the minor exposition (following upon Mahā-niddesa); culla-sīla…

da →

pts

…anna˚, bala˚, vaṇṇa˚, sukha˚,. Snp.297 vara˚ Snp.234 kāma˚ Ja.vi.498 Pv.ii.13#8; ambu giving water, i.e. a cloud Dāvs.v.32; amatamagga…

dabba →

pts

…to dravati (dru)

Dabba2

adjective noun treelike, wooden; a tree, shrub, wood Ja.i.108 (d
■ tiṇagaccha a jungle of wood &…

dabbha →

pts

bunch of kuśa grass (Poa Cynosuroides) DN.i.141; MN.i.344; AN.ii.207.

  • -puppha “kuśa-flower,” epithet of a jackal…

dada →

pts

…= dāyaka Pv-a.113); ii.124 (phala = dāyin Pv-a.157) Vv-a.171 (puriṁ˚)
duddada hard to give SN.i.19 = SN.iv.65 = Ja.ii.86…

daddara →

pts

…with note on gala

Daddara2

a cert. (grinding, crashing) noise AN.iv.171; Ja.ii.8; Ja.iii.461; Name of a mountain, explained as named…

daddu →

pts

…split (see dara & dala); cp Lat. derbiosus; Ohg. zittaroh; Ags. teter

daddula →

pts

…AN.ii.206; Pp.55.

Daddula2

neuter in nahāru˚ (variant reading dala & dadalla) both at MN.i.188 (kukkuṭapattena pi. n-daddulena…

dadhi →

pts

…Vin.i.244 (in enumn of 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,…

dadāti →

pts

…Iti.89; Pv.i.4#1; ii3; Pv-a.8, Pv-a.27, etc
■ (fig. okāsaṃ to give opportunity, allow Ja.i.265; ovādaṃ to give…

dahati →

pts

…Gr. τίχημι, Lat. facio, Ohg. tuon, Ags. dōn E. to do. See also dhātu

Dahati2

= ḍahati to burn; as dahate Pv.ii.9#8 (= dahati…

daka →

pts

…AN.ii.33 = Cnd.420 B3 (: the latter has udaka, but Mnd.14 daka).

  • -āsaya (adj.) (beings) living in water…

dakkha →

pts

…dexterity, ability, skill Ja.iii.466.

dakkha1 + ya, see…

dakkheyya →

pts

cleverness, skill Ja.ii.237 (com. kusalassa-ñāṇa-sampayuttaṃ viriyaṃ); Ja.iii.468.

cp. dakkha2

dakkhita →

pts

consecrated, dedicated Ja.v.138. Cp dikkhita.

Vedic dīkṣita pp. of dīkṣ, Intens to daśayati: see dakkha1

dakkhiṇa →

pts

…of a Mahāpurisa, the 14th of his characteristics or auspicious signs; cp. BSk. dakṣiṇāvarta a precious shell, i.e. a shell the…

dakkhiṇeyya →

pts

…datvā bahuno dakkhiṇeyyesu dakkhiṇaṃ… saggaṃ gacchanti dāyakā); Snp.227, Snp.448 sq., Snp.504, Snp.529; Cnd.291 (as one of the 3…

dakkhiṇā →

pts

…Pv-a.23;

  • -visuddhi. purity of a gift MN.iii.256 sq. = AN.ii.80 sq. = DN.iii.231, cp. Kv.556 sq.

Vedic…

dala →

pts

blade, leaf, petal (usually -˚); akkhi-d eyelid Thag-a.259; DN-a.i.194; Dhs-a.378; uppala˚ Dhs-a.311; kamala˚ (lotus-petal) Vv-a.35,…

dama →

pts

…the instr. damasā) taming, subduing; self-control, self-command moderation DN.i.53 (dānena damena saṃyamena = Iti.15 expl. at DN-a.i.160 as…

damaka →

pts

adjective noun

  1. subduing, taming; converting; one who practises self-control MN.i.446 (assa˚); MN.iii.2 (id.) Ja.i.349 (kula˚ bhikkhu), one who…

damana →

pts

adjective noun taming, subduing, mastery Pv-a.251 (arīnaṃ d˚-sīla = arindama).

damatha →

pts

taming, subduing, mastery, restraint, control MN.i.235; DN.iii.54 (+ samatha); Dhp.35 (cittassa d.); Pv-a.265; Dpvs.vi.36.

Sk. damatha

dametar →

pts

one who tames or subdues, a trainer, in phrase adantānaṃ dametā “the tamer of the untamed” (of a Buddha) MN.ii.102; Thig.135.

n
■ ag. to…

damita →

pts

subdued, tamed Ja.v.36; Pv-a.265.

Sk. damāyita = danta3; cp. Gr. α δάματος; Lat. domitus

dandha →

pts

…problematic connection is that with thaddha & datta2 (q.v.)

danta →

pts

…taking kūṭa as kūṭa4, and equivalent to kūṭadanta), in phrase asanivicakkaṃ danta-kūṭaṃ DN.iii.44 = DN.iii.47, which…

dapeti →

pts

Caus. fr. 4 to clean, see pariyo˚; pp. dāta see ava˚.

dappa →

pts

wantonness, arrogance Ja.ii.277; Mil.361, Mil.414; Pgdp.50. Cp. ditta2
■ In def. of root gabb at Dhtm.289.

Sk. darpa, to dṛpyati

daratha →

pts

…nought in him born of care Cy explains by pariḷāha fever); Ja.i.61 (sabbakilesa-d.) Pv-a.230 (id.);…

dasa →

pts

…km̊ = “two hands”

Dasa2

(-˚) seeing, to be seen, to be perceived or understood DN.i.18 (aññadatthu˚ sure-seeing…

dasika →

pts

…cp. dassin

Dasika2

adjective belonging to a fringe, in dasika -sutta an unwoven or loose thread…

dassa →

pts

…duddasa) Dhp.252.

Sk
■ darśa; cp. dasa2

dassana →

pts

…sahetu d. SN.v.126 sq.; suvisuddha d. SN.iv.191
■ SN.iii.28, SN.iii.49; MN.ii.46; MN.iii.157; Snp.989 (wisdom: Jinānaṃ eta d….

dassanīya →

pts

…DN-a.i.281; Pv-a.44 (= subha), Pv-a.51 (= rucira)
■ Comparative dassanīyatara SN.i.237; Sdhp.325: Dhp-a.i.119.

Sk. darśanīya; grd….

dassati →

pts

Notes pp. 57, 61 Pischel, Prk. Gr. § 554

Dassati2

fut. of dadāti, q.v.

dasseti →

pts

Caus. of dassati1 (q.v.).

dassika →

pts

(-˚) : see dasika1.

dassita →

pts

…darśita, pp. of dasseti1

Dassita2

at Ja.vi.579 accord. to Kern (

Toevoegselen

p. 114) = Sk. daṃśita mailed,…

dassu →

pts

enemy, foe; robber, in dassukhīla robber-plague DN.i.135, DN.i.136 (= corakhīla DN-a.i.296).

Sk. dasyu, cp. dāsa

dassāvin →

pts

…esp. in phrase anumattesu vajjesu bhaya˚ DN.i.63 = Iti.118 (cp bhaya-dassin); lokavajjabhaya˚ SN.i.138; sabba˚; (+ sabbaññū)…

datta →

pts

…of dadāti

Datta2

adjective noun stupid; a silly fellow MN.i.383; Ja.vi.192 (Com.: dandha lāḷaka).

prob. = thaddha, with…

dattu →

pts

…of n. ag. dātar? see datta2

dava →

pts

…δαις fire-brand

Dava2

running, course, flight quickness, sporting, exercise, play Vin.ii.13; MN.i.273 MN.iii.2; AN.i.114;…

dayati →

pts

…= uyyassu Com.).

Dayati2

= to have pity (c. loc.), to sympathize, to be kind Ja.vi.445 (dayitabba), Ja.vi.495 (dayyāsi = dayaṃ…

dayā →

pts

…sq.; Pp.57; Vv-a.23.

Ved. dayā, to dayati2

daḍḍha →

pts

…always with aggi˚; consumed by fire Snp.62; Pv.i.7#4 Mil.47; Pv-a.56 (indaggi˚).

  • -ṭṭhāna a place burnt by fire Ja.i.212; also a…

daṇḍa →

pts

…phrases & usually in combn w. sattha, sword. daṇḍaṃ ādiyati to take up the stick, to use violence:…

daṇḍaka →

pts

…see DN-a.i.89); Ja.i.120 (sukkha˚ a dry twig), Ja.ii.103; Ja.iii.26; Dhp-a.iii.171; Vism.353
aḍḍha˚; a (birch) rod, used as a…

deha →

pts

…Pv-a.10 Pv-a.122. Usually in foll. phrases: hitvā mānusaṃ dehaṃ SN.i.60; Pv.ii.9#56; pahāya m. d. SN.i.27, SN.i.30; jahati d…

desika →

pts

adjective = desaka, su˚; one who points out well, a good teacher Mil.195.

Sk. deśika

deva →

pts

…level. Thus primarily (see 1a) used of the first of the next-world devas, Sakka, then also of subordinate deities, demons & spirits…

devata →

pts

adjective (-˚) having such & such a god as one’s special divinity, worshipping, a worshipper of, devotee of Mil.234 (Brahma˚ + Brahma (garuka) …

devatā →

pts

…suvaṇṇā, yakkhā, asurā gandhabbā); 5 higher gods (: inhabitants of the devaloka proper) Mahārājā, Canda, Suriya, Inda, Brahmā) to…

deyya →

pts

…8 yāna, 9 mālā 10 gandhā, 11 vilepana, 12 seyya, 13 āvasatha 14 padīpeyya. A similar enumn in diff. order is found at…

dhaja →

pts

…Mnd.170; Vv.36#1, Vv.64#28 (subhāsita˚ = dhamma Vv-a.284); Dhs.1116, Dhs.1233; Vism.469 (+ paṭaka, in comparison); Pv-a.282; Vv-a.31,…

dhamani →

pts

vein Thag.408 Usually in cpd.: -santhata strewn with veins, with veins showing, i.e. emaciated (: nimmaṃsa-lohitatāya…

dhamma →

pts

…SN.i.185; ananussutesu dh˚esu cakkhuṃ udapādi “he visualized undiscovered ideas” SN.ii.9.
■ (bb) evil:…

dhammatā →

pts

…regular phenomenon usual habit; often used in the sense of a finite verb: it is a rule, it is proper, one should expect SN.i.140…

dhammika →

pts

…(dhammikā devā, adh˚ asurā) AN.i.75; AN.iii.277; Snp.404; Dhp-a.ii.86 (dohaḷa); Dhp-a.iv.185 (˚lābha); Pv-a.25 (= suddha, manohara)….

dhammin →

pts

…dharmin

Dhammin2

(-˚) only in daḷha-dh˚; which is customarily taken as a dern from dhanu, bow = having a…

dhammī →

pts

in ˚kathā see dhamma2.

dhana →

pts

…usually Dvandva-cpd. “money & money’s worth,” but as adj. (always in phrase pahūta˚) it may be taken as…

dhara →

pts

(usually -˚, except at Mil.420) adjective bearing, wearing, keeping; holding in mind, knowing by heart. Freq. in phrase…

dharati →

pts

…lasting Ja.i.75 (dh˚e yeva suriye while the sun was still up); Ja.ii.6; Mil.240 Mil.291 (Bhagavato dh˚-kāle)
grd dhareyya, in dh˚divasa…

dharaṇa →

pts

…comprising Vv-a.104 (suvaṇṇassa pañcadasa˚ nikkha holding, i.e. worth or equal to 15 parts of gold)
■ f. bearing, i.e….

dhava →

pts

…Halāyudha

Dhava2

a husband Thag-a.121 (dh. vuccati sāmiko tad abhāvā vidhavā matapatikā ti attho).

Sk. dhava, a…

dhayati →

pts

*Dhayati

to suck: see dhātī. Caus. dhāpayati, pp. dhāta (q.v.).

dhañña →

pts

…grain, corn. The usual enumn comprises 7 sorts of grain, which is however not strictly confined to grain-fruit proper (“corn”) but…

dhaṃsana →

pts

…(q.v.) at Iti.64, and in dhaṃsanatā at Dhp-a.iii.353 in expln of dhaṃsin (q.v.).

Sk. dharṣana

dhenu →

pts

…Pv-a.112. In simile at Vism.313.

Sk. dhenu, to dhayati to give suck, see dhātī & dhītar

dhenupa →

pts

suckling calf MN.i.79; Snp.26.

dhenu + pa from pibati

dheyya →

pts

…grd. of dhā, see dahati1

dhi →

pts

…& Dhī

indeclinable an excln of reproach & disgust: fie! shame! woe! (with acc. or gen.) SN.v.217 (read dhī taṃ for dhītaṃ);…

dhikkita →

pts

…detesting evil) at Mnd.44 = Ja.ii.140 = Ja.iii.38 (cp. dhi2).

Sk. dhikkṛta, of dhi1 + kata

dhiti →

pts

…dhīti) in expl. of dhīra as “dhitisampanna” Mnd.44≈(see dhi2); Pv-a.131.

Sk. dhṛti to dhṛ; see…

dhona →

pts

…is given by Kern,

Toevoegselen

117 who considers it as a possible dern fr. adho, after analogy of poṇa. Very doubtful

dhopana →

pts

…(see Commentary at 364). 2. Surgical washing of a wound Ja.ii.117. 3. In vaṃsadhopana apparently a feat by acrobats Ja.iv.390. It is possible…

dhota →

pts

…Pv-a.274 (id.); Vism.224 (id.).

Sk. dhāuta, pp. of dhavati2, see dhovati

dhunāti →

pts

…Ja.iii.44 (hatthe dhuniṃsu, wrung their hands); Vv.64#9 (= Vv-a.278 misprint dhumanti) aor. adhosi [= Sk. adhauṣīt] Snp.787…

dhuta →

pts

…Vism.72 (id.), Vism.80 (defn) Snp-a.494; Dhp-a.i.68; Dhp-a.ii.32 (dhūtanga); Dhp-a.iv.30. Mnd.188 says that 8 of them are…

dhutta →

pts

…(itthi˚); Ja.i.49 (surā˚), Ja.i.290, Ja.i.291; Ja.ii.416, Ja.iii.287; Ja.iv.223, Ja.iv.494 (surā˚); Thag-a.250 (itthi˚), Thag-a.260…

dhuva →

pts

…fixed, regular certain, sure DN.i.18; SN.i.142; SN.iv.370; AN.ii.33; Ja.i.19 Ja.v.121 (˚sassataṃ maraṇaṃ); Ja.iii.325; Bv.ii.82; Mil.114…

dhāniya →

pts

…Ja.v.99, Ja.v.100.

Sk. dhānya, cp. dhañña2

dhāraṇa →

pts

…= Pp.45. 2. maintaining, sustaining keeping up Mil.320 (āyu˚ bhojana). 3. bearing in mind, remembrance Vin.iv.305; MN.ii.175 (dhamma˚).

cp….

dhāreti →

pts

…dhāretha how do you suppress or conceal pregnancy?); Dhp.222 (kodhaṃ). 3. to bear in mind know by heart, understand: dhammaṃ to know…

dhārā →

pts

…from dhāvati 1

Dhārā2

feminine the edge of a weapon Ja.i.455; Ja.vi.449; Dhp-a.317; DN-a.i.37
■ (adj. (-˚) having a…

dhāta →

pts

…for dāta) = Pv-a.59 (: suhita titta); Mil.238, Mil.249
■ f abstr. dhātatā satiation, fulness, satisfaction, in ati Ja.ii.293.

Sk….

dhātu →

pts

Cpd. 254 sq
■ A defn of dhātu is to be found at Vism.485
■ Singly or in other combinations paṭhavī˚ SN.ii.174;…

dhātuka →

pts

…-like (cp. ˚dhamma B 2a); often simply first part of cpd. (cp. E. friend-like = friendly = friend Ja.i.438 (kiliṭṭha˚…

dhātī →

pts

…felare, femina (“giving suck”), filius (“suckling”); Old Irish dīnu lamb; Goth daddjan; Old High German tila breast ‣See also dadhi,…

dhāvati →

pts

…cp dhavala & dhārā2.

Sk. dhāvati & dhāvate 1 to flow, run etc.; cp. Gr. χέω (both meanings); Ags. déaw = E. dew; Ohg tou…

dhīra →

pts

…seen in the explains of Coms which always give the foll. three conventional etymologies, viz. dhikkitapāpa dhiti-sampanna, dhiyā (=…

dhītar →

pts

…orig. pp. of dhayati to suck (cp. Lat. filia): see dhāta & dhātī, inflūenced in inflection by Sk. duhitṛ, although…

dhītā →

pts

…orig. pp. of dhayati to suck (cp. Lat. filia): see dhāta & dhātī, inflūenced in inflection by Sk. duhitṛ, although…

dhīyati →

pts

to be contained Thag-a.13 (so read for dhiyati); Pv-a.71.

Sk. dhīyate, Pass. to dahati1

dhūma →

pts

…a smoke-tube, i.e. a surgical instrument for sniffing up the smoke of medical drugs Vin.i.204; Vin.ii.120; Ja.iv.363; Thag-a.14 *…

dibba →

pts

…Pp.60; Vism.407 (defn) Vism.423.

  • -osadha magical drugs Mil.283;
  • -kāmā (pl.) heavenly joys (see…

digucchā →

pts

disgust Dhs-a.210 (asuci˚).

= jigucchā; Sk. jugupsā

dina →

pts

…darkness Dāvs v.50 (d. sudinaṃ ahosi, cp.i.49, cp.i.51); also as f. duddinī Vin.i.3.

Sk. dina; Lat. nun-dinae (*noven-dinom); Oir….

dinnaka →

pts

an adopted son, in enumn of four kinds of sons (atraja, khettaja, antevāsika, d.) Cnd.448; Ja.i.135 (= posāvanatthāya dinna).

dippati →

pts

to shine, to shine forth, to be illustrious Vin.ii.285. Cp. pa˚.

Sk. dīpyate, see under dīpa1 & cp. jotati

disati →

pts

…show; to grant, bestow etc. Usually in combination with pref. ā, or in Caus. deseti (q.v.). As simplex only at…

disatā →

pts

…state of being an enemy, a host of enemies Ja.iv.295 (= disasamūha, variant reading as gloss:…

disā →

pts

…Thag.874; Vv.41#6 (disāsu vissutā)
■ disaṃ kurute to run away Ja.v.340. diso disaṃ (often spelt disodisaṃ) in all directions…

ditta →

pts

dīp; cp. dīpa

Ditta2

proud, arrogant, insolent; wanton Thag.198; Ja.ii.432; Ja.iii.256 = Ja.iii.485; Ja.v.17, Ja.v.232…

diva →

pts

…divaṃ-kara, daymaker, = sun, Vv-a.307; usually as divākara (q.v.). Cp. devasika; see also ajja.

*…

divasa →

pts

…on the same day Ja.i.59; sudivasena on a lucky day Ja.iv.210
■ loc. divase on a day: eka Ja.iii.391; jāta˚ on his birth-day Ja.iii.391;…

divi →

pts

…constructed for etym. expln of dibba as divi-bhava (˚bhāva) of divine existence or character, a divine being,…

divā →

pts

…kara) the day-maker, the sun Thag-a.70 (Ap.v.16); Pv-a.155;

  • -divassa (adv.) early in the day, at sunrise, at an early hour Vin.ii.190;…

diṭṭha →

pts

…pp. of *dassati

Diṭṭha2

noun an enemy Ja.i.280; cp. Sk. dviṣat
■ (adj.) poisoned, in diṭṭhagatena sallena with a p….

diṭṭhaka →

pts

adjective seen, visible, apparent Dhp-a.ii.53, Dhp-a.ii.90.

= diṭṭha1

diṭṭhi →

pts

…d., viz. (in limited enumn) akiriyavāda SN.iii.208; SN.iv.349; aññaṃ aññena SN.iii.211;…

diṭṭhin →

pts

adjective noun one who has a view, or theory, a follower of such & such a doctrine Ud.67 (evaṃ˚ + evaṃ vādin).

doha →

pts

Doha1

milking, milk Ja.v.63, Ja.v.433.

Sk. doha & dogha

Doha2

adjective injuring (-˚) DN-a.i.296.

Sk. droha

dohati →

pts

…(so read for duhanti); Ja.v.307
ppr duyhamāna Mil.41
■ See also dūhana, doha1 dohin.

Sk. dogdhi, to which prob. duhitṛ…

domanassa →

pts

…is appaccaya (q.v.). For defn of the term see Vism.461 Vism.504. The freq. combination dukkha-domanassa refers to an unpleasant state of…

donī →

pts

…an oil-giving plant (?) (or is it = donī1 meaning a cake made in a tub, but wrongly…

dosa →

pts

…δεύομαι

Dosa2

anger, ill-will evil intention, wickedness, corruption, malice, hatred In most freq. combination of…

dosaneyya →

pts

…to dosa1 or dosa2, but more likely = Sk. *dūṣanīya = dūṣya (see dussa2 & dussati)…

dosaniya →

pts

…to dosa1 or dosa2, but more likely = Sk. *dūṣanīya = dūṣya (see dussa2 & dussati)…

dosanīya →

pts

…to dosa1 or dosa2, but more likely = Sk. *dūṣanīya = dūṣya (see dussa2 & dussati)…

dosin →

pts

adjective angry Ja.v.452, Ja.v.454.

to dosa2

dosā →

pts

…cp. Gr.; δύω, δύομαι to set (of the sun)

doṇa →

pts

…(a higher official) supervising the measuring of the doṇa-revenue (of rice) Ja.ii.367, Ja.ii.378, Ja.ii.381; Dhp-a.iv.88; *…

doṇika →

pts

adjective measuring a doṇa in capacity Vin.i.240 (catu˚ piṭaka).

fr. doṇa

du →

pts

…Ja.iii.47; Bdhgh’s expln of the syllable see at Vism.494. 2. prefix, implying perverseness difficulty, badness (cp. dukkha)….

dugga →

pts

…+…

duha →

pts

…& neuter -˚ milking; yielding, granting, bestowing: kāma˚ giving pleasures Ja.iv.20 Ja.v.33

Sk. duh & duha; see