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vaddheti, 18 találat.

vaddheti →


to cut off, is Kern’s proposed reading (see Toev. s. v.) at (siro vaddhayitvāna) for vajjheti (T. reading vajjhayitvāna).

fr. vardh to cut, cp. vaḍḍhaka & vaḍḍhakī

bhuseti →


to make strong, to cause to grow (?) Ja.v.218 (C. explains by “bhusaṃ karoti, vaḍḍheti” p. 224).

Denom. fr. bhusa2 = *bhṛśayati; but not certain, may have to be read bhūseti, to endeavour …

brūheti →


to cause to grow, increase; hence: to promote, develop, practise, to put or devote oneself to; to look after, to foster, make enjoy; practically syn. with sevati; SN.i.198 (saddhaṃ …

dukkha →


adjective noun

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

kalaha →


quarrel, dispute, fight AN.i.170; AN.iv.196, AN.iv.401; Snp.862, Snp.863 (+ vivāda); Ja.i.483 Cnd.427; Dhp-a.iii.256 (udaka˚ about the water), Dhp-a.iv.219; Sdhp.135. ˚ṃ udīreti to quarrel Ja.v.395 …

kathā →


  1. talk talking, conversation AN.i.130; Pv-a.39. So in antarā˚ DN.i.179; Snp.p.107, Snp.p.115; cp. sallāpa. Also in tiracchāna˚; low, common speech, comprising 28 kinds of conversational talk a b …

kaṭasī →


cemetery; only in phrase kaṭasiṃ vaḍḍheti “to increase the cemetery” referring to dying and being buried repeatedly in the course of numerous rebirths, explained by susāna & āḷāhana Thag-a.291-vaḍ …

rāsi →


  1. heap, quantity, mass Iti.17; usually -˚, e.g. aṅgāra˚ heap of cinders Ja.i.107; kaṇikārapuppha˚ of k. flowers Vv-a.65; kahāpaṇa˚ of money Pv-a.162; tila˚ of seeds Vv-a.54; dhañña˚ of …

saṃvaḍḍhati →


to grow up; ppr. -amāna (ddh.) growing up, subsisting Ja.i.189 (so far ˚vaṭṭ˚). Caus. -vaḍḍheti to rear, nourish, bring up Ja.i.231 (ppr pass. ˚vaḍḍhiyamāna).

saṃ + vaḍḍhati

vaḍḍhaka →


…in special sense (cīvara˚; robecutter perhaps fr. vardh to cut: see vaddheti) a tailor Ja.i.220.

fr. vaḍḍheti

vaḍḍhaki →


…vardhaki & vardhakin; perhaps from vardh to cut: see vaddheti

vaḍḍhamāna →


at Dpvs.xi.33 is probably equivalent to vaḍḍhana (6) in special sense at Mhvs.23, Mhvs.33, and designates a (pair of) special (ly costly) garment(s). One might think of meaning v …

vaḍḍhamānaka →


adjective growing, increasing, getting bigger; only in phrase vaḍḍhamānaka-cchāyāya (loc.) with growing shade, as the shadows lengthened, when evening drew near Dhp-a.i.96 Dhp-a.i.416; Dhp-a.ii. …

vaḍḍhana →


…[connected with vardh? See vaddheti] Ja.iii.226 (C. kaṭhalika; uncertain). 6. a kind of garment, as puṇṇa˚; (full of costliness? but…

vaḍḍhanaka →


adjective serving, in f. -ikā a serving (of food), a dish (bhatta˚) Dhp-a.188 (so read for vaḍḍhinikā).

fr. vaḍḍhana, cp. vaḍḍheti 4

vaḍḍhati →


primary meaning “to increase” (trs. intrs.); hence: to keep on, to prosper, to multiply, to grow SN.i.15 (read vaḍḍh˚ for vaṭṭ˚); SN.ii.206 (vaṇṇena), SN.iv.73, SN.iv.250; AN.v.249 (paññāya); Snp.329 …

vaḍḍhita →


  1. increased, augmented; raised, enlarged; big Thag.72 (su-su˚); DN-a.i.115; Dhs-a.188 Dhs-a.364; Ja.v.340 (˚kāya).
  2. grown up Dhp-a.i.126.
  3. brought up, reared Ja.i.455.
  4. served, indulged su …

vaṭṭati →


  1. to turn round, to move on: doubtful in “kattha vaṭṭaṃ na vaṭṭati SN.i.15; preferably with variant reading as vaḍḍhati
    caus 1 vaṭṭeti to turn or twist …