Szótár

(Letölthető rövid segédanyag: Páli-Magyar Szójegyzék)

vara, 650 találat.

vara →

bodhirasa

excellent, best, lit. select

THI 71 vacchapāla theragāthā

muttā ca tato sā bhikkhunī, agamī buddhavarassa santikaṃ, passiya vara-puñña-lakkhaṇaṃ, cakkhu āsi yathā purāṇakanti.

DHP 268 dhammaṭṭhavaggo

na monena munī hoti, mūḷharūpo aviddasu, yo ca tulaṃva paggayha, varam'ādāya paṇḍito.

vara →

bodhirasa

wish

TH 225 lakuṇḍaka bhaddiya theragāthā

buddho ce me varaṃ dajjā, so ca labbhetha me varo, gaṇhe'haṃ sabbalokassa, niccaṃ kāyagataṃ satiṃ.

vara →

pts

vṛ; to wish; Vedic vara

Vara2

masculine & neuter wish, boon, favour Mil.110, Mil.139. Usually in phrases like *varaṃ…

vāra →

pts

  1. turn, occasion, time, opportunity Ja.i.58 (utu-vārena utuvārena according to the turn of the seasons), Ja.i.150, Ja.vi.294; Vism.431 (santati˚ interval); DN-a.i.36; Dhp-a.i.47 (dve vāre twice); …

ajjhāvara →

bodhirasa

envoy, representative, associate, member of the retinue

JA 532 soṇananda jātakaṃ

ajjhāvar'amhā nandassa, bhoto santikam'āgatā, suṇātu me bhavaṃ vacanaṃ, nandassa parisāya ca.

anāvaraṇa →

bodhirasa

not obstructive, not blocking, not impeding

SN 46.55 saṅgāravasuttaṃ

satt'ime, brāhmaṇa, bojjhaṅgā anāvaraṇā anīvaraṇā cetaso anupakkilesā bhāvitā bahulīkatā vijjāvimuttiphalasacchikiriyāya saṃvattanti. katame satta?

anīvaraṇa →

bodhirasa

not obstructive, not hindering, not blocking

SN 46.55 saṅgāravasuttaṃ

satt'ime, brāhmaṇa, bojjhaṅgā anāvaraṇā anīvaraṇā cetaso anupakkilesā bhāvitā bahulīkatā vijjāvimuttiphalasacchikiriyāya saṃvattanti. katame satta?

asaṃvara →

bodhirasa

no control, lack of restraint

AN 7.61 pacalāyamānasuttaṃ

kathābāhulle sati uddhaccaṃ, uddhatassa asaṃvaro, asaṃvutassa ārā cittaṃ samādhimhā

SN 35.247 chappāṇakasuttaṃ

mano āviñchati manāpiyesu dhammesu, amanāpiyā dhammā paṭikūlā honti. evaṃ kho, bhikkhave, asaṃvaro hoti.

avara →

bodhirasa

inferior, low

SNP 58 puṇṇaka māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 3

saṅkhāya lokasmi paro-avarāni, yass'iñjitaṃ n'atthi kuhiñci loke, santo vidhūmo anīgho nirāso, atāri so jātijaranti brūmī'ti.

avijjānīvaraṇa →

bodhirasa

impeded by ignorance, obstructed by not understanding

AN 3.66 kesamuttisuttaṃ

iti kho ānanda kammaṃ khettaṃ, viññāṇaṃ bījaṃ, taṇhā sneho. avijjānīvaraṇānaṃ sattānaṃ taṇhāsaṃyojanānaṃ hīnāya dhātuyā viññāṇaṃ patiṭṭhitaṃ evaṃ āyatiṃ punabbhav'ābhinibbatti hoti.

SN 48.50 āpaṇasuttaṃ

pubbā koṭi na paññāyati avijjānīvaraṇānaṃ sattānaṃ taṇhāsaṃyojanānaṃ sandhāvataṃ saṃsarataṃ.

bhavarāga →

bodhirasa

passion for existence, desire to be, desire to become

SN 22.102 aniccasaññāsuttaṃ

evam'eva kho bhikkhave aniccasaññā bhāvitā bahulīkatā sabbaṃ kāmarāgaṃ pariyādiyati sabbaṃ rūparāgaṃ pariyādiyati sabbaṃ bhavarāgaṃ pariyādiyati sabbaṃ avijjaṃ pariyādiyati sabbaṃ asmimānaṃ samūhanati.

SNP 58 puṇṇaka māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 3

āsīsanti thomayanti abhijappanti juhanti, kām'ābhijappanti paṭicca lābhaṃ, te yājayogā bhavarāga-rattā, n'ātariṃsu jātijaran'ti brūmi.

bārāṇasī →

bodhirasa

City of Varanassi

DHPa 1.6.4 mahākappinatthera vatthu

tasmiṃ khaṇe jeṭṭhapesakārassa bhariyā kenaci'd'eva karaṇīyena bārāṇasiṃ gacchantī te paccekabuddhe disvā vanditvā

JAa 178 kacchapa jātaka vaṇṇanā

atīte bārāṇasiyaṃ brahmadatte rajjaṃ kārente bodhisatto kāsigāmake kumbhakārakule nibbattitvā kumbhakārakammaṃ katvā puttadāraṃ posesi.

cīvara →

bodhirasa

robe of a Buddhist monk

SN 16.1 santuṭṭhasuttaṃ

tasmā't'iha, bhikkhave, evaṃ sikkhitabbaṃ, santuṭṭhā bhavissāma itarītarena cīvarena, itarītaracīvarasantuṭṭhiyā ca vaṇṇavādino, na ca cīvarahetu anesanaṃ appatirūpaṃ āpajjissāma.

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

yesañ'ca mayaṃ cīvara-piṇḍapāta-senāsana-gilānappaccaya-bhesajja-parikkhāraṃ paribhuñjāma, tesaṃ te kārā amhesu mahapphalā bhavissanti mahānisaṃsā

devarāja →

bodhirasa

king of the gods, divine ruler

JAa 31 kulāvaka jātakavaṇṇanā

sakko devarājā, kiṃ no sādhāraṇena rajjenā'ti asure dibbapānaṃ pāyetvā matte samāne pādesu gāhāpetvā sinerupabbatapāde khipāpesi. te asurabhavanam'eva sampāpuṇiṃsu.

divārattiṃ →

bodhirasa

by day and night

SN 1.26 pajjotasuttaṃ

atha aggi divārattiṃ, tattha tattha pakāsati, sambuddho tapataṃ seṭṭho, esā ābhā anuttarā'ti.

dunnivāraya →

bodhirasa

difficult to be restrained, hard to be held back

DHP 33 cittavaggo

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

DHP 324 nāgavaggo

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

dvāra →

bodhirasa

door, entrance, gate, gateway

MN 26 pāsarāsisuttaṃ

apārutā tesaṃ amatassa dvārā, ye sotavanto pamuñcantu saddhaṃ, vihiṃsasaññī paguṇaṃ na bhāsiṃ, dhammaṃ paṇītaṃ manujesu brahme'ti.

MN 130 devadūtasuttaṃ

hoti kho so, bhikkhave, samayo yaṃ kadāci karahaci dīghassa addhuno accayena tassa mahānirayassa puratthimaṃ dvāraṃ apāpurīyati.

dvārakoṭṭhaka →

bodhirasa

gateway of the surrounding wall

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

atha kho āyasmā mahāmoggallāno taṃ puggalaṃ bāhāyaṃ gahetvā bahidvārakoṭṭhakā nikkhāmetvā sūcighaṭikaṃ datvā yena bhagavā ten'upasaṅkami

gharadvāra →

bodhirasa

house door, house entrance

DHPa 1.1.10 cundasūkarika vatthu

bhikkhū tassa gharadvārena gacchantā taṃ saddaṃ sutvā, sūkarasaddo'ti saññino hutvā vihāraṃ gantvā satthu santike nisinnā evamāhaṃsu.

guttadvāra →

bodhirasa

guarding the doors (of the senses), self restraint, protecting the mind, lit. guarded doors

AN 4.37 aparihāniyasuttaṃ

idha, bhikkhave, bhikkhu sīlasampanno hoti, indriyesu guttadvāro hoti, bhojane mattaññū hoti, jāgariyaṃ anuyutto hoti.

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

indriyesu guttadvārā bhavissāma, cakkhunā rūpaṃ disvā na nimittaggāhī n'ānubyañjanaggāhī

indriyasaṃvara →

bodhirasa

control of the mind, sense restraint

DN 2.16 sāmaññaphalasuttaṃ

so iminā ariyena indriyasaṃvarena samannāgato ajjhattaṃ abyāsekasukhaṃ paṭisaṃvedeti

indriyāsaṃvara →

bodhirasa

not restraining the senses, not controlling the mind, lit. non-restraint of faculties

AN 10.61 avijjāsuttaṃ

ko c'āhāro tiṇṇaṃ duccaritānaṃ? indriyāsaṃvaro'ti'ssa vacanīyaṃ. indriyāsaṃvaram'p'āhaṃ, bhikkhave, sāhāraṃ vadāmi, no anāhāraṃ. ko c'āhāro indriyāsaṃvarassa? asatāsampajaññan'ti'ssa vacanīyaṃ

indīvara →

bodhirasa

blue water-lily

APA 474 maṇipūjaka therāpadānaṃ

bhavanā abhinikkhamma, addasaṃ lokanāyakaṃ, indīvaraṃ'va jalitaṃ, ādittaṃ'va hut'āsanaṃ.

kadalimigapavarapaccattharaṇa →

bodhirasa

spread made from high quality leather of an antelope, lit. antelope-beast-excellent-spread

AN 7.64 kodhanasuttaṃ

kodhano'yaṃ, bhikkhave, purisapuggalo kodh'ābhibhūto kodhapareto, kiñcāpi so pallaṅke seti gonak'atthate paṭalik'atthate kadalimigapavarapaccattharaṇe sauttaracchade ubhatolohitak'ūpadhāne, atha kho so dukkhaññ'eva seti kodh'ābhibhūto.

kaḷevara →

bodhirasa

body

DN 22.15 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

katamañ'ca, bhikkhave, maraṇaṃ? yaṃ tesaṃ tesaṃ sattānaṃ tamhā tamhā sattanikāyā cuti cavanatā bhedo antaradhānaṃ maccu maraṇaṃ kālakiriyā khandhānaṃ bhedo kaḷevarassa nikkhepo jīvitindriyassupacchedo, idaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, maraṇaṃ

kaḷevara →

bodhirasa

corpse

JA 293 kāyanibbinda jātakaṃ

phuṭṭhassa me aññatarena byādhinā, rogena bāḷhaṃ dukhitassa ruppato, parisussati khippam'idaṃ kaḷevaraṃ, pupphaṃ yathā paṃsuni ātape kataṃ.

kuṭidvāra →

bodhirasa

hut’s entrance, hut’s gateway

DHPa 1.4.10 mahākassapatthera piṇḍapātadinna vatthu

so gehā nikkhamitvā … akkhīni me dhūmāyantī'ti vatvā nalāṭe hatthaṃ ṭhapetvā uddhaṃ oloketvā, aho dukkhaṃ, ayyo no mahākassapatthero cirassaṃ me kuṭidvāraṃ āgato, atthi nu kho kiñci gehe'ti āha

leṇadvāra →

bodhirasa

cave entrance

DHPa 2.26.21 pabbhāravāsī tissatthera vatthu

bhante, idaṃ udakaṃ dārakassa sīse āsiñcāmā'ti āpucchitvā, tena hi āsiñcathā'ti vutte tathā akāsi. sā devatā tāva'd'eva taṃ muñcitvā gantvā leṇadvāre aṭṭhāsi.

mahāvarāha →

bodhirasa

enormous wild pig, large hog

DHP 325 nāgavaggo

middhī yadā hoti mahagghaso ca, niddāyitā samparivattasāyī, mahāvarāho'va nivāpapuṭṭho, punappunaṃ gabbham'upeti mando.

mukhadvāra →

bodhirasa

mouth opening, oral cavity lit. face door

MN 62 mahārāhulovādasuttaṃ

yaṃ ajjhattaṃ paccattaṃ ākāsaṃ ākāsagataṃ upādinnaṃ, seyyathidaṃ, kaṇṇacchiddaṃ nāsacchiddaṃ mukhadvāraṃ, yena ca asitapītakhāyitasāyitaṃ ajjhoharati … ayaṃ vuccati, rāhula, ajjhattikā ākāsadhātu.

mukhāvaraṇa →

bodhirasa

gag, lit. mouth obstruction

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

yam'pi no saddhā gahapatikā divā vikāle paṇītaṃ khādanīyaṃ vā bhojanīyaṃ vā denti, tatra'p'ime mukh'āvaraṇaṃ maññe karontī'ti.

nivārayati →

bodhirasa

prevents (from), obstructs (from), suppresses (from), restrains (from), blocks (from)

SN 35.246 vīṇopamasuttaṃ

asappurisasevito c'eso maggo, na c'eso maggo sappurisehi sevito. na tvaṃ etaṃ arahasī'ti. tato cittaṃ nivāraye cakkhuviññeyyehi rūpehi.

DHP 116 pāpavaggo

abhittharetha kalyāṇe, pāpā cittaṃ nivāraye, dandhañ'hi karoto puññaṃ, pāpasmiṃ ramatī mano.

nivāraṇa →

bodhirasa

preventing, obstructing, blocking, warding off

SNP 56 ajita māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 1

yāni sotāni lokasmiṃ, sati tesaṃ nivāraṇaṃ, sotānaṃ saṃvaraṃ brūmi, paññāyete pidhiyyare.

SNP 68 udaya māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 13

pahānaṃ kāmacchandānaṃ, domanassāna c'ūbhayaṃ, thinassa ca panūdanaṃ, kukkuccānaṃ nivāraṇaṃ.

nīvaraṇa →

bodhirasa

obstacle, obstruction, barrier

AN 10.61 avijjāsuttaṃ

ko c'āhāro avijjāya? pañca nīvaraṇā'ti'ssa vacanīyaṃ. pañca'p'āhaṃ, bhikkhave, nīvaraṇe sāhāre vadāmi, no anāhāre

SNP 1 uragasuttaṃ uragavaggo 1

yo nīvaraṇe pahāya pañca, anigho tiṇṇakathaṃkatho visallo, so bhikkhu jahāti orapāraṃ, urago jiṇṇam'iva tacaṃ purāṇaṃ.

parivāra →

bodhirasa

retinue, associates, entourage

DHPa 1.2.1 sāmāvatī vatthu

atha seṭṭhi taṃ sīse cumbitvā parivāra-atthāya tassā pañca itthisatāni datvā taṃ attano jeṭṭhadhītuṭṭhāne ṭhapesi

parivāra →

bodhirasa

accessories

SN 3.11 sattajaṭilasuttaṃ

patirūpako mattikākuṇḍalo'va, loh'aḍḍhamāso'va suvaṇṇachanno, caranti loke parivāra-channā, anto asuddhā bahi sobhamānā'ti.

parovara →

bodhirasa

high and low, superior and inferior, all kinds of

SNP 58 puṇṇaka māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 3

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

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

virato methunā dhammā, hitvā kāme parovare, aviruddho asāratto, pāṇesu tasathāvare.

pattacīvaramādāya →

bodhirasa

taking one’s bowl and robe

SN 22.81 pālileyyasuttaṃ

kosambiyaṃ piṇḍāya caritvā pacchābhattaṃ piṇḍapātapaṭikkanto sāmaṃ senāsanaṃ saṃsāmetvā pattacīvaram'ādāya anāmantetvā upaṭṭhāke anapaloketvā bhikkhusaṅghaṃ eko adutiyo cārikaṃ pakkāmi

SNP 4 kasibhāradvājasuttaṃ uragavaggo 4

atha kho bhagavā pubbaṇhasamayaṃ nivāsetvā pattacīvaram'ādāya yena kasibhāradvājassa brāhmaṇassa kammanto ten'upasaṅkami.

pavara →

bodhirasa

excellent, distinguished

JA 154 uraga jātaka

idh'ūragānaṃ pavaro paviṭṭho, selassa vaṇṇena pamokkham'icchaṃ, brahmañ'ca vaṇṇaṃ apacāyamāno, bubhukkhito no visahāmi bhottuṃ.

SN 34.1 samādhi mūlaka samāpattisuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, bhikkhave, yv'āyaṃ jhāyī samādhismiṃ samādhikusalo ca hoti samādhismiṃ samāpattikusalo ca ayaṃ imesaṃ catunnaṃ jhāyīnaṃ aggo ca seṭṭho ca mokkho ca uttamo ca pavaro cā'ti.

pavattitavaradhammacakka →

bodhirasa

who set the noble Dhamma wheel into motion

DHPa 1.1.1 cakkhupālatthera vatthu

tasmiṃ samaye satthā pavattitavaradhammacakko anupubbenāgantvā anāthapiṇḍikena mahāseṭṭhinā catupaṇṇāsakoṭidhanaṃ vissajjetvā kārite jetavanamahāvihāre viharati mahājanaṃ saggamagge ca mokkhamagge ca patiṭṭhāpayamāno.

pavāraṇā →

bodhirasa

(vinaya) invitation ceremony at the end of the rains retreat

DHPa 1.1.1 cakkhupālatthera vatthu

upakaṭṭhāya pavāraṇāya sabb'eva saha paṭisambhidāhi arahattaṃ pāpuṇiṃsu

pañcanīvaraṇa →

bodhirasa

five obstacles, five barriers

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

ime pañca nīvaraṇe appahīne attani samanupassati

paṃsukūlacīvara →

bodhirasa

rag robe, lit. rubbish heap robe

AN 8.30 anuruddha mahāvitakkasuttaṃ

evam'evaṃ te paṃsukūlacīvaraṃ khāyissati santuṭṭhassa viharato ratiyā aparitassāya phāsuvihārāya okkamanāya nibbānassa

pātimokkhasaṃvarasaṃvuta →

bodhirasa

restrained and controlled by the Pātimokkha precepts

AN 10.71 ākaṅkhasuttaṃ

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

AN 8.13 assājānīyasuttaṃ

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

ratanavara →

bodhirasa

excellent jewel, best of precious stones

VV 53 chattamāṇavaka vimānavatthu

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

sadvāra →

bodhirasa

with doors

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi bhikkhave dve agārā sadvārā.

saṃvara →

bodhirasa

control (according to), restraint (according to), holding back (according to)

DHP 185 buddhavaggo

anūpavādo anūpaghāto, pātimokkhe ca saṃvaro, mattaññutā ca bhattasmiṃ, pantañ'ca sayanāsanaṃ, adhicitte ca āyogo, etaṃ buddhāna sāsanaṃ.

saṃvara →

bodhirasa

control (over), restraint (of), holding back (of)

DHP 360 bhikkhuvaggo

cakkhunā saṃvaro sādhu, sādhu sotena saṃvaro, ghānena saṃvaro sādhu, sādhu jivhāya saṃvaro.

SNP 56 ajita māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 1

savanti sabbadhi sotā, sotānaṃ kiṃ nivāraṇaṃ, sotānaṃ saṃvaraṃ brūhi, kena sotā pidhiyyare.

saṃvarati →

bodhirasa

restrains, controls

VIN-t 8.5 uposatha pavāraṇā vinicchaya kathā

passatha, bhante, taṃ āpattiṃ. āma, āvuso, passāmi. āyatiṃ, bhante, saṃvareyyātha. sādhu suṭṭhu āvuso saṃvarissāmi.

saṃvaraṃ āpajjati →

bodhirasa

restrain oneself, hold oneself back, lit. arouse restraint

MN 61 ambalaṭṭhika rāhulovādasuttaṃ

evarūpaṃ te, rāhula, kāyakammaṃ satthari vā viññūsu vā sabrahmacārīsu desetabbaṃ, vivaritabbaṃ, uttānīkātabbaṃ, desetvā vivaritvā uttānīkatvā āyatiṃ saṃvaraṃ āpajjitabbaṃ.

saṃvutadvāra →

bodhirasa

with closed door

DN 3.3 ambaṭṭhasuttaṃ

atha kho ambaṭṭho māṇavo yena so vihāro saṃvutadvāro, tena appasaddo upasaṅkamitvā ataramāno āḷindaṃ pavisitvā ukkāsitvā aggaḷaṃ ākoṭesi. vivari bhagavā dvāraṃ.

saṅghāṭipattacīvara →

bodhirasa

outer robe, bowl and robe

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

evaṃ te abhikkamitabbaṃ, evaṃ te paṭikkamitabbaṃ, evaṃ te āloketabbaṃ, evaṃ te viloketabbaṃ, evaṃ te samiñjitabbaṃ, evaṃ te pasāritabbaṃ, evaṃ te saṅghāṭipattacīvaraṃ dhāretabban'ti.

tasathāvara →

bodhirasa

frail and firm, moving and unmoving, animals and vegetables, unenlightened and enlightened, all living beings, lit. trembling and steady

SNP 54 sāriputtasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 16

theyyaṃ na kāre na musā bhaṇeyya, mettāya phasse tasathāvarāni, yad'āvilattaṃ manaso vijaññā, kaṇhassa pakkho'ti vinodayeyya.

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

virato methunā dhammā, hitvā kāme paropare, aviruddho asāratto, pāṇesu tasathāvare.

thāvara →

bodhirasa

stationary, immobile, arahant

KHP 9 karaṇīya mettasuttaṃ

ye keci pāṇabhūtatthi, tasā vā thāvarā vā anavasesā, dīghā vā y'eva mahantā vā, majjhimā rassakā aṇukathūlā.

ticīvara →

bodhirasa

set of three robes

MN 52 aṭṭhaka nāgarasuttaṃ

ekamekañ'ca bhikkhuṃ paccekaṃ dussayugena acchādesi, āyasmantañ'ca ānandaṃ ticīvarena acchādesi, āyasmato ca ānandassa pañcasatavihāraṃ kārāpesī'ti.

varabhojana →

bodhirasa

fine meal, splendid dinner

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

gandhodakena nhāyitvā cattāri satasahassāni vissajjetvā mahādānaṃ datvā sabbālaṅkāravibhūsitā varabhojanaṃ bhuñjitvā uposathaṅgāni adhiṭṭhāya

varagaru →

bodhirasa

excellent teacher, wonderful preceptors

bālāvatāra paṇāma

vuddhippatto'smi muddho mama varagaravo sīlapaññ'ādisobhe, cand'ādicc'eva suddhe varajinaṭhapite sāsanābbhe patīte, nissāyevā tipemā paṇamiya sirasā niccam'esaṃ saritvā, pādambhoje guṇagge hataduritamalo ānubhāvena tassā.

varapuññalakkhaṇa →

bodhirasa

with characteristics of excellent merit

THI 71 vacchapāla theragāthā

muttā ca tato sā bhikkhunī, agamī buddhavarassa santikaṃ, passiya varapuññalakkhaṇaṃ, cakkhu āsi yathā purāṇakanti.

varataraṃ →

bodhirasa

better, even better

DHPa 1.5.11 jambukatthera vatthu

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

varaṃ dadāti →

bodhirasa

grant a wish

TH 225 lakuṇḍaka bhaddiya theragāthā

buddho ce me varaṃ dajjā, so ca labbhetha me varo, gaṇhe'haṃ sabbalokassa, niccaṃ kāyagataṃ satiṃ.

varaṃ gaṇhāti →

bodhirasa

make a wish

TH 225 lakuṇḍaka bhaddiya theragāthā

buddho ce me varaṃ dajjā, so ca labbhetha me varo, gaṇhe'haṃ sabbalokassa, niccaṃ kāyagataṃ satiṃ.

varaṃ →

bodhirasa

better (than), preferable (to)

DHP 178 lokavaggo

pathabyā ekarajjena, saggassa gamanena vā, sabbalok'ādhipaccena, sot'āpattiphalaṃ varaṃ.

DHP 322 nāgavaggo

varam'assatarā dantā, ājānīyā ca sindhavā, kuñjarā ca mahānāgā, attadanto tato varaṃ.

varādāyinī →

bodhirasa

who takes the very best

SN 37.34 vaḍḍhīsuttaṃ

pañcahi, bhikkhave, vaḍḍhīhi vaḍḍhamānā ariyasāvikā ariyāya vaḍḍhiyā vaḍḍhati sārādāyinī ca hoti varādāyinī ca kāyassa. katamehi pañcahi?

varāha →

bodhirasa

wild pig, hog, boar

DHP 325 nāgavaggo

middhī yadā hoti mahagghaso ca, niddāyitā samparivattasāyī, mahā-varāho'va nivāpapuṭṭho, punappunaṃ gabbham'upeti mando.

varāka →

bodhirasa

wretched, miserable, pitiful

UDa 43 suppabuddhakuṭṭhi suttavaṇṇanā

suppabuddha tvaṃ manussadaliddo manussakapaṇo manussa-varāko, ahaṃ te aparimitaṃ dhanaṃ dassāmi, buddho na buddho, dhammo na dhammo, saṅgho na saṅgho, alaṃ me buddhena, alaṃ me dhammena, alaṃ me saṅghenā'ti vadehī'ti

VISM 1.9.2 karuṇā bhāvanā kathā

ayaṃ varāko kiñcā'pi idāni sukhito susajjito bhoge paribhuñjati, atha kho tīsu dvāresu ekenā'pi katassa kalyāṇakammassa abhāvā idāni apāyesu anappakaṃ dukkhaṃ domanassaṃ paṭisaṃvedissatī'ti.

varāvara →

bodhirasa

superior and inferior, best and worst, all kinds, various

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

virato methunā dhammā, hitvā kāme varāvare, aviruddho asāratto, pāṇesu tasathāvare.

vinīvaraṇa →

bodhirasa

unobstructed, unbiased, unprejudiced

AN 4.65 rūpasuttaṃ

ajjhattañ'ca pajānāti, bahiddhā ca vipassati, vinīvaraṇa-dassāvī, na so ghosena vuyhatī'ti.

vivara →

bodhirasa

opening, orifice

MN 62 mahārāhulovādasuttaṃ

yaṃ vā pan'aññam'pi kiñci ajjhattaṃ paccattaṃ ākāsaṃ ākāsagataṃ, aghaṃ aghagataṃ, vivaraṃ vivaragataṃ, asamphuṭṭhaṃ maṃsalohitehi upādinnaṃ, ayaṃ vuccati, rāhula, ajjhattikā ākāsadhātu.

vivara →

bodhirasa

crack, crevice, cleft

DHP 127 pāpavaggo

na antalikkhe na samuddamajjhe, na pabbatānaṃ vivaraṃ pavissa, na vijjatī so jagatippadeso, yatthaṭṭhito mucceyya pāpakammā.

vivara →

bodhirasa

(in debate) opening, fault, opportunity, lit. crack

AN 3.68 kathāvatthusuttaṃ

ye viruddhā sallapanti, viniviṭṭhā samussitā, anariyaguṇam'āsajja, aññoñña-vivara-esino.

vivaragata →

bodhirasa

open, hollow, spacious, lit. open-state

MN 62 mahārāhulovādasuttaṃ

yaṃ vā pan'aññam'pi kiñci ajjhattaṃ paccattaṃ ākāsaṃ ākāsagataṃ, aghaṃ aghagataṃ, vivaraṃ vivaragataṃ, asamphuṭṭhaṃ maṃsalohitehi upādinnaṃ, ayaṃ vuccati, rāhula, ajjhattikā ākāsadhātu.

vivarati →

bodhirasa

uncovers, reveals, exposes

MN 7 vatthasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bho gotama, nikkujjitaṃ vā ukkujjeyya, paṭicchannaṃ vā vivareyya, mūḷhassa vā maggaṃ ācikkheyya, andhakāre vā telapajjotaṃ dhāreyya, cakkhumanto rūpāni dakkhantī'ti.

vivarati →

bodhirasa

opens

AN 5.51 āvaraṇasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhikkhave, nadī pabbateyyā dūraṅgamā sīghasotā hārahārinī. tassā puriso ubhato naṅgalamukhāni vivareyya.

vivarati →

bodhirasa

analyses, clarifies, opens up, discloses

DN 16.20 mahāparinibbānasuttaṃ

na tāv'āhaṃ, pāpima, parinibbāyissāmi, yāva me bhikkhuniyo na sāvikā bhavissanti ... sakaṃ ācariyakaṃ uggahetvā … vivarissanti vibhajissanti uttānīkarissanti

AN 8.2 paññāsuttaṃ

tassa te āyasmanto avivaṭañ'c'eva vivaranti, anuttānīkatañ'ca uttānī karonti, anekavihitesu ca kaṅkhāṭhāniyesu dhammesu kaṅkhaṃ paṭivinodenti.

vārayati →

bodhirasa

checks, controls, prevents

DHP 222 kodhavaggo

yo ve uppatitaṃ kodhaṃ, rathaṃ bhantaṃ'va vāraye, tam'ahaṃ sārathiṃ brūmi, rasmiggāho itaro jano.

vāraññe →

bodhirasa

or in the forest

DHP 98 arahantavaggo

gāme vā yadi v'āraññe, ninne vā yadi vā thale, yattha arahanto viharanti, taṃ bhūmirāmaṇeyyakaṃ.

SNP 7 vasalasuttaṃ uragavaggo 7

gāme vā yadi v'āraññe, yaṃ paresaṃ mamāyitaṃ, theyyā adinnamādeti, taṃ jaññā vasalo iti.

āvarayati →

bodhirasa

blocks, closes, shuts off

SNP 52 tuvaṭakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 14

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

āvaraṇa →

bodhirasa

obstructed, blocked, impeded

AN 4.65 rūpasuttaṃ

ajjhattañ'ca na jānāti, bahiddhā ca na passati, samant'āvaraṇo bālo, sa ve ghosena vuyhati.

āvaraṇa →

bodhirasa

obstruction, obstacle, blockage, impediment

AN 4.122 ūmibhayasuttaṃ

yam'pi no saddhā gahapatikā divā vikāle paṇītaṃ khādanīyaṃ vā bhojanīyaṃ vā denti, tatra'p'ime mukh'āvaraṇaṃ maññe karontī'ti.

AN 5.51 āvaraṇasuttaṃ

uddhaccakukkuccaṃ, bhikkhave, āvaraṇaṃ nīvaraṇaṃ cetaso ajjhāruhaṃ paññāya dubbalīkaraṇaṃ.

āvaraṇīya →

bodhirasa

obstructive, impeding, hindering

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

divasaṃ caṅkamena nisajjāya āvaraṇīyehi dhammehi cittaṃ parisodhessāma

annabhāra →

dppn

…well-known paribbājakas, Varadhara and Sakuludāyi. The Buddha visits them and talks about the four factors of Dhamma (dhammapadāni) which…

gahvaratīriya →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of enduring the discomforts of the forest life. Thag.31

gotamadvāra →

dppn

The gate by which the Buddha left Pāṭaligāma, after having eaten there at the invitation of Sunidha and Vassakāra. Vin.i.230 Ud.viii.6 DN.ii.89

Pāṭaliputta2building

kakusandha →

dppn

A Buddha of a past era. His chief disciples were Vidhura and Sañjīva among monks, and Sama and Campā among nuns. His personal attendant was Buddhija. Accuta and Samaṇa, Nandā and Sunandā were his most …

kosala →

dppn

Kosala1

A country inhabited by the Kosalans, to the north-west of Māgadha and next to Kāsī. It is mentioned second in the list of sixteen Great Nations.AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 In the Buddha’s …

mahākaccāyana →

dppn

MahākaccāyanaKaccāyanaMahākaccānaKaccāna

One of the most eminent disciples of the Buddha, considered chief among expounders in full of the brief saying of the Buddha. AN.i.23 Several suttas illustrat …

pajjunna →

dppn

A devarāja, the god of rain. Kokanadā and Culla Kokanadā were his daughters. SN.i.29f.

Pajjunna is mentioned among the Mahāyakkhas to be invoked in time of need, DN.iii.205 and he was present at th …

paribbājakā →

dppn

…the texts e.g., Annabhāra, Varadhara, etc., AN.ii.175 also Sāmaṇḍaka, SN.iv.26 and the Paribbājikā Sucimukhī. SN.iii.238f. In most cases…

pātaligāma →

dppn

The Buddha visited Pātaligāma shortly before his death. Although it later became the capital of Magadha, it was then a mere village. At that time Ajātasattu’s ministers, Sunīdha and Vassakāra, were en …

sakuladāyī →

dppn

…AN.ii.176 In these contexts he is said to have been in the company of Annabhāra and Varadhara, evidently themselves eminent…

sindhu →

dppn

The Indus river, one of the most important of those that flow from the Himālaya.

Isidāsī was once born as a goat in Sindhavārañña, the “Forest of the Sindhu”. Thig.438

Indus1river

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 …

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 …

taṇḍulapālidvārāya →

dppn

TaṇḍulapālidvārāyaTaṇḍulapālidvāraTandulapāladvāra

One of the gates of Rājagaha. Near the gate was the residence of the brahmin Dhānañjāni. MN.ii.185

Rājagaha3building

tivarā →

dppn

The name given to the inhabitants of Mount Vepulla, then known as Pācīnavaṃsa, near Rājagaha, in the time of Kakusandha Buddha. Their term of life was forty thousand years. SN.ii.190

upāli →

dppn

Upāli 1

One of the most eminent of the Buddha’s immediate disciples. He belonged to a barber’s family in Kapilavatthu and entered the service of the Sākiyan princes. When Anuruddha and his …

varadhara →

dppn

A noted wanderer in the time of the Buddha. He lived with Annabhāra, Sakuludāyī and others in the Paribbājakārāma, on the banks of the Sappinikā, AN.ii.29 AN.ii.176 and again in the Moranivāpa in Rāja …

varaṇā →

dppn

VaraṇāVāraṇā

A city on the banks of the Kaddamadaha, where Ārāmadaṇḍa visited Mahākaccāna. AN.i.65

Avanti3town

vaṅgīsa →

dppn

A monk who was declared foremost in the gift of spontaneous poetic expression. AN.i.24

The Theragāthā contains numerous verses spoken by him on various occasions Thag.1208–1279 SN.i.183ff. Some of …

vepulla →

dppn

…were called, respectively, Tivaras, Rohitassas and Suppiyas. The mountain has diminished in size, for the Tivaras, who lived for forty thousand…

veḷudvāra →

dppn

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

Kosala3town

vāraṇa →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses praise non-harming and seclusion. Thag.237–239

ārāmadaṇḍa →

dppn

A brahmin. Once when Mahā Kaccāna was staying at Vāraṇā on the banks of the Kaddamadaha, Ārāmadaṇḍa came to see him and asked him why nobles quarrelled with nobles, brahmins with brahmins, and househo …

indriya-saṁvara →

farkas

az érzékek megfékezése

nīvaraṇa →

farkas

akadály

saṁvara →

farkas

önuralom

abhivasanavaratara →

ncped

the very best of clothing, choice clothes

accekacīvara →

ncped

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

acchinnacīvara →

ncped

whose robe has been taken away or stolen

acchinnacīvaraka →

ncped

(~-cīvarika)n. whose robe has been taken away or stolen

acīvaraka →

ncped

(one) who has no bhikkhu’s robes.

aggadvāra →

ncped

the top of the door or gate; (or the first gate opened; a way to leave the town secretly).

akālacīvara →

ncped

robe material given at a time other than the appointed period, or given during the appointed period to a specific bhikkhu or group of bhikkhus

anaccekacīvara →

ncped

what is not an accekacīvara

anāsannavara →

ncped

best when not near

anāvara →

ncped

irresistible; without obstruction.

anāvaraṇadassāvi →

ncped

seeing without obstruction; with unobstructed sight

anāvaraṇadassāvin →

ncped

seeing without obstruction; with unobstructed sight

apattacīvaraka →

ncped

(one) who has no bowl or (bhikkhu’s) robe.

atikkanta-vara →

ncped

atikkanta-vara

mfn. beyond or above granting boons

avarajjhati →

ncped

misses, neglects, fails (of); offends, commits a fault.

avarapure →

ncped

to the west of the city.

caṅgavāra →

ncped

strainer, a sieve.

cetavivaraṇasappāya →

ncped

beneficial for clearing the thoughts of obstructions.

civarapativisa →

ncped

cātuyāmasaṃvara →

ncped

control in regards to the four restraints.

cīvara →

ncped

one of the three robes of a bhikkhu (antaravāsaka, uttarāsaṅga and saṅghāti), or one of the five robes of a bhikkhuni (those three plus saṅkacchika and udakasāṭika), especially the *uttara …

cīvarabhisī →

ncped

roll for robes.

cīvarabhājaka →

ncped

(one) who distributes material for robes.

cīvaracetāpana →

ncped

something to be exchanged for robe material; the purchase price for robe material.

cīvaracetāpanna →

ncped

cīvaradhāraṇa →

ncped

, ~a., feminine the wearing of the (ascetic’s) robe; keeping a robe.

cīvaradussa →

ncped

(a piece of) cloth for making robes.

cīvarahetu →

ncped

indeclinable for the sake of a robe.

cīvarakamma →

ncped

robe making; robe work.

cīvarakālasamaya →

ncped

, id. proper time when robe material is given.

cīvarakārasamaya →

ncped

time for making or working on robes.

cīvaralesa →

ncped

an oblique or indirect statement connected with a robe.

cīvaranidahaka →

ncped

(one) who keeps or stores the material for robes.

cīvaranidāhaka →

ncped

cīvarapaccāsā →

ncped

the expectation of receiving a robe or material for a robe.

cīvarapaṭiggāhaka →

ncped

(one) who receives robe material (on behalf of the saṅgha.

cīvarapaṭivisa →

ncped

cīvarapaṭiviṃsa →

ncped

share or portion of material for robe.

cīvarapaṭivīsa →

ncped

cīvararajju →

ncped

rope for hanging the robes.

cīvarasaṅkamanīya →

ncped

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

cīvaravaṃsa →

ncped

bamboo rod for hanging up robes.

cīvaravibhaṅga →

ncped

the distribution of material for robes.

cīvaravicāraṇa →

ncped

considering, planning (the making of robes)

devarāja →

ncped

king of the gods (usually Sakka/lnda)

devarājan →

ncped

divārattiṃ →

ncped

indeclinable by night and day.

dunnivāraya →

ncped

difficult to restrain; hard to hold back.

duvāra →

ncped

dvidugamavaratarahanutta →

ncped

having the jaw of the best of the quadrupeds.

dvāra →

ncped

  1. a door; a doorway, an entrance; a passage.
  2. a gate of a town, a gateway.
  3. a door as a means of access; a way, a means; esp. the sense-organs and the mind, as means of access for experience.

dvārabhatta →

ncped

food placed before the door.

dvārabāhā →

ncped

doorpost.

dvārakosa →

ncped

door-frame; the area surrounding a door.

dvārasālā →

ncped

gatehouse; a room over the gate.

ekavaraka →

ncped

the one and only husband

gahapaticīvara →

ncped

robe or robe-material given by a householder.

guttadvāra →

ncped

with means of access (of the sense-faculties) guarded; defended; controlled.

jaṅgheyyaka →

ncped

(from jaṅghā) the bottom section of a bhikkhu’s cīvara (the portion which hangs by the shins)

kacavara →

ncped

(& n. (?)) dust, sweepings; rubbish.

kadalimigapavarapaccttharaṇa →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) covered with an excellent kadalimiga skin
  2. (n.) an excellent seating-mat or (a bed with) an excellent covering of a kadalimiga skin

kammāvaraṇa →

ncped

obstruction by (past) actions

kaḷevara →

ncped

the body; a dead body; a corpse.

kaṭhina →

ncped

kaṭhina

neuter a framework (covered with a mat) to which the cloth for making robes was attached while being sewn; esp. kaṭhinaṃ attharati

  1. spreads or covers the kaṭhina, i.e. makes a robe u …

koseyyapāvāra →

ncped

silk cloak

kālacīvara →

ncped

robe-material given during the appointed period (to be used and allotted by the saṅgha

kāmacchanda →

ncped

desire that is appetite, sensual appetite, appetite for sensual pleasure (the first of the nīvaraṇas and one of the saṃyojanas)

navaratta →

ncped

newly dyed

nivārayati →

ncped

nivāraṇa →

ncped

warding off, keeping out, preventing; restraining; obstructing.

nīvaraṇa →

ncped

an obstacle, a hindrance (esp. five: kāmacchanda, vyāpāda, thīnamiddha, uddhaccakukkucca, vicikicchā); being a hindrance, which is an obstacle.

nīvārabhakka →

ncped

eating wild rice.

ovaraka →

ncped

an inner apartment.

ovaraṇa →

ncped

covering, protection.

tasathāvara →

ncped

( ~a, ~ani, m.n.pl.), moving and unmoving beings; trembling and still beings.

tecīvara →

ncped

the three robes of a monk (the inner, under, and the upper robes)

thāvara →

ncped

(~ī)n. standing still, still, unmoving; inanimate; stable, firm, long-lasting; permanent, invariable.

thīnamiddha →

ncped

  1. (n.) lethargy and drowsiness (the third of the nivaraṇas)
  2. (mfn.) drowsy and lethargic.

thūpacīvara →

ncped

cloth from a mound.

ticīvara →

ncped

the three robes of a monk (the inner, under, and the upper robes)

uddhaccakukkucca →

ncped

over-excitement and anxious agitation; flurry and worry (the fourth of the nīvaraṇas)

āvarati →

ncped

covers; shuts; obstructs

āvaraṇa →

ncped

(& m) covering, enclosing; shutting off; an obstruction, hindrance, prohibition; barricade, wall, dam.

āvaraṇaṃ karoti →

ncped

? obstructs; prohibits

āvaraṇīya →

ncped

(from āvaraṇa) belonging to or causing obstruction; obstructive.

āvasathacīvara →

ncped

household robe (allowed to menstruating bhikkhunīs)

āṇidvāra →

ncped

small gate or a bolted gate

akusala-sādhārana-cetasika →

nyana

…for 3 see: nīvarana; for 4 see: mūla see also the Appendix. The corresponding opposite term designating advantageous (beautiful)…

association →

nyana

…of sense-desire see: nīvarana and the mental distortion vipallāsa, which sees what is truly impure as pure and beautiful. See XLVI, 51; A….

avijjā →

nyana

…often called a hindrance nīvarana e.g. in S. XV, 3; A. X, 61 but does not appear together with the usual list of five hindrances. It is however…

bhāvanā →

nyana

…or hindrances nīvarana, whilst insight vipassanā produces the 4 supra mundane stages of Nobility and deliverance of mind. The…

chanda →

nyana

…of the 5 hindrances see: nīvarana chanda - rāga ‘lustful desire’ see: kāma It is one of the 4 wrong paths see: agati.

fivefold sense-door →

nyana

[[fivefold sense-door]]Fivefold sense-door: Directing to the: pañcadvārāvajjana see: viññāna-kicca.

hindrances →

nyana

Hindrances: the 5: nīvarana

ill-will →

nyana

…and patigha and is one of the 10 mental chains samyojana, 5 hindrances nīvarana and 10 disadvantageous courses of action see: *kamma -pat…

indriya-samvara-sīla →

nyana

Indriya-samvara-sīla: ‘morality consisting of purity of restraint of the senses’; see: sīla.

indriyesu gutta-dvāratā →

nyana

…is identical with sense-control indriya - samvara see: sīla

javana →

nyana

Javana: fr. javati to impel: ‘impulsion’, is the phase of full cognition in the cognitive series, or perceptual process citta-vīthi see. viññāna-kicca occurring at its climax, if the respe …

jhāna →

nyana

…of the 5 hindrances see: nīvarana The state of consciousness, however, is one of full alertness and lucidity. This high degree of concentration…

paccavekkhana-ñāna →

nyana

Paccavekkhana-ñāna: ‘retrospective knowledge’, refers to the recollected mental image obtained in concentration, or to any inner experience just passed, as for instance, any absorption jhāna, o …

padhāna →

nyana

…1 the effort to avoid samvara-padhāna 2 to overcome pahāna - padhāna 3 to develop bhāvanā - padhāna 4 to maintain…

pahāna →

nyana

…of the 5 hindrances nīvarana during the absorptions, 2 overcoming by the opposite tadanga-pahāna 3 overcoming by destruction…

patigha →

nyana

…ill-will’ see: nīvarana and dosa ‘hate’ see: mūla It is one of the latent tendencies anusaya.

  1. ‘Sense-reaction’. Applied to…

pañcadvārāvajjana →

nyana

Pañcadvārāvajjana: ‘directing to the 5-sense-doors’; see: viññāna-kicca

progress of the disciple →

nyana

…the senses indriya - samvara and with awareness or mindfulness and clear consciousness sati-sampajañña he choses a secluded dwelling, and…

pātimokkha-samvara-sīla →

nyana

Pātimokkha-samvara-sīla: ‘morality consisting in restraint with regard to the Disciplinary Code’ pātimokkha see: prec.. For details, see:…

thīna-middha →

nyana

…‘lethargy and Laziness’ or ‘lethargy and laziness’, constitute the 3rd of the 5 hindrances nīvarana. They may or may not, be associated with…

āvajjana →

nyana

Āvajjana: Directing of the mind towards the object, is the first stage in the process of consciousness see: viññāna-kicca. If an object of the 5 physical senses is observed, it is called ’five\ …

abhejja →

pts

…abhejjo parehi) Ja.i.263 (varasūra…), Ja.iii.318 (˚rūpa of strong character abhijja-hadaya); Pp.30 (= acchejja Pp-a.212); Mil.160…

abhimukha →

pts

…(devaloka˚), Ja.i.223 (varaṇa-rukkha˚); Ja.ii.3 (nagara˚), Ja.ii.416 (Jetavana˚); Dhp-a.i.170 (tad˚); Dhp-a.ii.89 (nagara˚); Pv-a.3…

addhariya →

pts

sacrificing priest, Name of a class of Brahmins DN.i.237 (brāhmaṇa).

Vedic adhvaryu fr. adhvara sacrifice

adhi →

pts

…higher, additional wisdom; ˚vara the very best ˚sīla thorough character or morality 2. with verbs (in double pref. compounds); adhi + ava:…

adhika →

pts

…Pp.35; Vv-a.80 (= anadhivara, visiṭṭha); DN-a.i.141, DN-a.i.222; Dpvs.v.32 (an˚); Dhp-a.iii.238 Kp-a.193 (= anuttara); Sdhp.337,…

adhivara →

pts

adjective superb, excellent, surpassing Vv.16#3 (an˚; unsurpassed, unrivalled; Vv-a.80 = adhika visiṭṭha).

adhi + vara

agga →

pts

…Ja.vi.391; Mil.27.

  • -vara most meritorious best Dpvs.vi.68.
  • -vāda the original doctrine (=…

ajjhācāra →

pts

…intercourse Ja.i.396; Ja.v.327 (˚cara variant reading for ajjhāvara); Mil.127 (an˚).

to adhi (ati?) + ā + car

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 we read ajjhācara? Cp. ajjhācāra.

fr. adhi + ā + var

amata →

pts

Amata1

neuter

  1. The drink of the gods, ambrosia, water of immortality, (cp BSk. amṛta-varṣa “rain of Ambrosia” Jtm.221).
  2. A general conception of a state of durability & non-change a …

anamatagga →

pts

adjective epithet of Saṃsāra “whose beginning and end are alike unthinkable”, i.e., without beginning or end. Found in two passages of the Canon SN.ii.178, SN.ii.187 sq. = SN.iii.149, SN.iii.151 = SN. …

anna →

pts

…vīhi, yava, godhūma, kangu varaka, kudrūsaka) and boiled, prepared food (apar’ aṇṇaṃ sūpeyya curry). Snp-a.378 (on Snp.403) explains…

anuvāta →

pts

…bhikkhus’ garments (cīvara) “weaving on, supplementary weaving, or along the seam”, i.e. hem, seam, binding Vin.i.254, Vin.i.297;…

anāvaṭa →

pts

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

an + āvaṭa

apacināti →

pts

…Vin.i.264 (apacinayamāna cīvaraṃ (?) variant reading apacitiyamāna; trsl. guarding his claim is, Vin Texts); MN.i.324 (see detail under…

apesiya →

pts

means of barring a door Vin.ii.154 (Bdhgh. explains on p. 321: apesī ti dīghadārumhi khāṇuke pavesetvā kaṇḍaka-sākhāhi vinandhitvā kataṃ dvāra-tthakanakaṃ).

? of uncertain origin

appaṭivāṇa →

pts

non-obstruction, not hindering not opposing or contradicting AN.i.50; AN.iii.41; AN.v.93 sq. adj. Ja.i.326.

a + paṭivāṇa, for ˚vrāṇa, the guṇa-form of vṛ; cp. Sk. prativāraṇa

appesakkha →

pts

adjective of little power, weak, impotent SN.ii.229; Mil.65; Sdhp.89.

acc. to Childers = Sk. *alpa + īśa + ākhya, the latter fr. ā + khyā “being called lord of little”; Trenckner on Mil.65 (see …

apāpurati →

pts

…at Vv-a.284 by vivaranto); Iti.80 (apāvuṇanti A. dv. as T. conj. with variant reading apānuṃanti, apāpurenti & apāpuranti) …

apāpuṇati →

pts

…at Vv-a.284 by vivaranto); Iti.80 (apāvuṇanti A. dv. as T. conj. with variant reading apānuṃanti, apāpurenti & apāpuranti) …

apāra →

pts

…cha āyatanāni Dhp-a.iv.141). See pāra & cp. avara.

a + pāra

apāruta →

pts

open (of a door) Vin.i.7 = MN.i.169 (apārutā tesaṃ Amatassa dvārā); DN.i.136 (= vivaṭa-dvāra DN-a.i.297); Ja.i.264 (˚dvāra).

Sk. apāvṛta, pp. of apāpurati

asaṃvara →

pts

absence of closing or restraint, no control Dhs.1345.

a + saṃvāra

asura →

pts

fallen angel, a Titan pl. asurā the Titans, a class of mythological beings. Dhpāla at Pv-a.272 & the C. on Ja.v.186 define them as kāḷakañjaka-bhedā asurā. The are classed with other similar infer …

asīti →

pts

number 80 (on symbolical meaning & freq. 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. 80 cubits deep); J …

atireka →

pts

…Dhp-a.ii.98.

  • -cīvara an extra robe Vin.i.289.
  • -pāda exceeding the worth of a pāda, more than…

ava →

pts

…˚lekhati ˚vadati, ˚varaka, ˚sakkati, avassaya, avasseti, ˚hita, avāpurīyati avekkhati 2. abhi. The similarity between abhi & ava is…

avarajjhati →

pts

(-˚) to neglect, fail, spurn Thag.167; Ja.iv.428 (variant reading ˚rujjh˚).

ava + rajjhati of rādh, cp. Sk. avarādhyate

avaṭṭhita →

pts

…unsteady; not lasting, changeable Dhp.38 (˚citta; cp. Dhp-a.i.308 cittaṃ thāvaraṃ natthi); Pv-a.87 (= na sassata not lasting for…

avijjā →

pts

…Dhs.1162), of the nīvaraṇāni (SN.ii.23; AN.i.223; Iti.8; Dhs.1162, Dhs.1486), of the saṃyojanāni (DN.iii.254; Dhs.1131, Dhs.1460)….

avāvaṭa →

pts

…unobstructed, unhindered, free. Of a woman, not married Ja.v.213 (= apetâvaraṇā, which read for ˚bharaṇā, apariggahitā C.).

a +…

aḍḍha →

pts

Aḍḍha1

(& addha) one half, half; usually in compn. (see below), like diyaḍḍha 1 1/2 (˚sata 150) Pv-a.155 (see as to meaning Stede, Peta Vatthu p. 107). Note. aḍḍha is nev …

aṅga →

pts

…the 5 hindrances ‣See nīvaraṇa and

  • pañcanga-samannāgato i.e. endowed with the 5 good qualities, viz. the…

aṭṭha →

pts

…Buddh. Sk. aṣṭāngopeta svara of the voice of the Buddha, e.g. Sp. Avs.i.149.

  • -aṅgika having eight constituents,…

bahi →

pts

adverb outside

  1. (adv.) Ja.i.361 (˚dvāre-gāma a village outside the city gates); Pv.i.10#2; Dhp-a.iii.118; Pv-a.24, Pv-a.61.
  2. (prep.) with acc. (direction to) Ja.i.298 (˚gāmaṃ) with loc. ( …

bahu →

pts

adjective to strengthen, cp. upabrūhana, paribbūḷha much, many, large, abundant; plenty; in compound also very, greatly (˚-) instr. sg. bahunā Dhp.166; nom. pl bahavo Vin.iii.90; Dhp.307, & *bahū …

bala →

pts

Bala1

neuter

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

bhaya →

pts

…safety Vin.i.75 (abhay-ûvara for abhaya-vara?) Dhp.317; Ja.i.150; Dhp-a.iii.491.

bhaṇḍa →

pts

…Kp-a.241 (of a bhikkhu); vara˚ best property or belongings Vin.iv.225. 2. implement, article, instrument Vin.ii.142, Vin.ii.143 (where 3 kinds…

bhindati →

pts

bhinde Vism.36 (sīlasaṃvaran)
fut bhindissati Vin.ii.198
aor bhindi Ja.i.467 (mitta-bhāvaṃ); abhindi

bhisi →

pts

…pad, roll Vin.i.287 sq. (cīvara˚ a robe rolled up); Vin.ii.150 Vin.ii.170; Vin.iii.90; Vin.iv.279. Five kinds are allowed in a Vihāra, viz….

bhojana →

pts

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

bhā →

pts

…Ja.v.318, where T. reads “vara taṃ bhañ ñam icchasi,” & C. explains.: “bhā ti ratanass’ etaṃ nāmaṃ.” The variant reading for…

bhājaka →

pts

…office of distributing clothes, food etc. among the Bhikkhus Vin.i.285 (cīvara˚); AN.iii.275 (cīvara˚, phala˚, khajjaka˚).

fr. bhajeti

bhāṇa →

pts

reciting or preaching, in pada˚; reciting the verses of the Scriptures Dhp-a.ii.95 (variant reading paṭibhāna), Dhp-a.iii.345; Dhp-a.iv.18.

  • -vāra a section of the Scriptures …

bhūta →

pts

grown, become; born, produced; nature as the result of becoming. The (exegetical) definition by Bdhgh of the word bhūta is interesting. He (at MN-a.i.31) distinguishes the foll. 7 …

bodhi →

pts

Bodhi1

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

bojjhaṅga →

pts

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

byābādheti →

pts

to injure, hurt, oppress SN.v.393 (na kiñci byābādhemi tasaṃ vā thāvaraṃ vā).

Denom. fr. byābādha

byāpāda →

pts

…the 5 “obstructions” (āvaraṇāni, see e.g. SN.v.94 Cnd.379); and of the 4 “bonds” (kāya-ganthā see e.g. Mnd.98)
■ MN.i.434;…

byūha →

pts

…heap Mil.2 (kacavaraṃ). 3. a (blind) alley, cul-de-sac Vin.iv.271 (byūhan nāma yen’ eva pavisanti ten’ eva nikkhamanti).

cp….

bāhā →

pts

  1. the arm AN.ii.67 = AN.iii.45 (˚bala); Vin.ii.105; Ja.iii.62; Ja.v.215 (˚mudu). pacchā-bāhaṃ arm(s) behind (his back) DN.i.245 (gāḷhabandhanaṃ baddha). bāhaṃ pasāreti to stretch out the arm DN. …

bīja →

pts

…vīhi, yava, godhūma, kangu varaka, kudrūsa) and aparaṇṇa (i.e. beans and other leguminous plants, and gourds such…

ca →

pts

…Ja.v.216 (Sakko ca me varaṃ dajjā so ca labbhetha me varo: “if S. will give me a wish, that wish will be granted,” or: “whatever…

caccara →

pts

…Mil.330 (do.); Ja.i.425 (˚raccha).

Sk. catvara, cp. Trenckner, Notes, p. 56

cakkhu →

pts

the eye (nom. sg. cakkhuṃ) Vin.i.34; SN.i.115; MN.iii.134 etc.)

I. The eye as organ of sense

  1. psychologically cakkhunā rūpaṃ disvā “seeing visible object (shape with the eye” (Nd ii.on …

camma →

pts

…AN.iv.107, AN.iv.110;

  • -varatta (f.) a leather thong Ja.ii.153;
  • -vāsin one who wears the skin (of a…

catur →

pts

base of numeral four

  1. As num. adj. nom. & acc. m cattāro (Dhp.109; Ja.iii.51) and caturo (Snp.84, Snp.188), f. catasso (Snp.1122), nt. cattāri (Snp.227); gen. m. catunnaṃ (Snp.p.102), (f. catassa …

caṅgavāra →

pts

hollow vessel, a bowl, cask MN.i.142; Ja.v.186 (in similes). As -ka Mil.365 (trsl. Mil.ii.278 by “straining cloth”). Cp. cañcu “a box” Divy.131.

cp. Tamil canguvaḍa a dhoney, Anglo-Ind. ḍoni, a c …

caṅgoṭaka →

pts

casket, a box Ja.i.65; Ja.iv.257; Ja.v.110, Ja.v.303; Ja.vi.369, Ja.vi.534; Dhp-a.ii.116; Dhp-a.iii.101; Vv-a.33 Vv-a.158; Mhvs.iv.106; Anvs p. 35 Vism.173.

cp. cangavāra

chada →

pts

…wing Thig.108 (citra˚).

cp. chādeti chad = saṃvaraṇe Dhtp.586

chaḍḍaka →

pts

…Thag.620; Vism.194
■ f. chaḍḍikā see *kacavara*˚.

chaḍḍana →

pts

throwing away, rejecting Ja.i.290; Dhtp.571
■ ī (f.) a shovel, dust-pan Dhp-a.iii.7. See kacavara˚

chaḍḍeti →

pts

…(q.v.)
■ See also kacavara˚

Vedic chardayati & chṛṇatti to vomit; cp. also avaskara excrements & karīsa dung. From; *sqer to…

citta →

pts

…(Dhp-a.ii.162 = pañca nīvaraṇā); -kelisā pastime of the mind Thag.1010; -kkhepa derangement of the mind, madness…

cittatā →

pts

SA on SN.iii.151 sq. (bhūmicittatāya dvāracittatāya ārammaṇacittatāya kammanānatta).

f. abstr. to citta1

Cittatā

“being of such a heart or mind,” state of mind, character SN.iii.152; SN. …

cāraṇika →

pts

v.v. vāraṇika Thag.1129? a little play, masque, cp. Sk cāraṇa & Mrs. Rh. D.; Pss of the Brethren, 419.

cātur →

pts

…(saṃvara) fourfold restraint (see yāma) DN.i.57, DN.i.58 (cp DN-a.i.167); DN-a.iii.48 sq.; SN.i.66;…

cīra →

pts

…ocīraka (under odīraka).

Sk. cīra, cp. cīvara

cīvara →

pts

…(cp. gahapati)
■ On cīvara in general also on special ordinances concerning its making, wearing & handling see Vin.i.46,…

da →

pts

…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 Sdhp.1;…

dadhi →

pts

sour milk, curds junket 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, Mil.63; Dhs.646, Dhs.740, Dhs.875; …

dadāti →

pts

…Ja.ii.112; Ja.iv.10 (varaṃ te dammi); Pv.i.10#3 Pv.ii.3#24 (kin t’ āhaṃ dammi what can I give thee = dassāmi Pv-a.88)
■…

damma →

pts

…steer“ DN.i.62 (misprint ˚dhamma˚) = DN.ii.93 = DN.iii.5; MN.ii.38; AN.ii.112; Vv.17#13 (nara-vara-d. sārathi cp. Vv-a.86.

Sk. damya,…

danta →

pts

…as such Vism.21.

  • -āvaraṇa the lip (lit. protector of teeth Ja.iv.188; Ja.vi.590; Dhp-a.i.387.
  • -ullahakaṃ

dasa →

pts

Dasa1

the number ten; gen dasannaṃ (Dhp.137); instr. dasahi (Kp iii.) & dasabhi (Vin.i.38). In compounds (-˚) also as ḷasa (soḷasa 16) rasa (terasa 13; pannar˚ 15; aṭṭhār˚ 18).

I. *M …

deva →

pts

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

devara →

pts

…as “dutiyo varo ti vā devaro, bhattu kaniṭṭha bhātā.”

Sk. devṛ & devara Gr.; δ ̈αήρ (*δαιvήρ), Lat. levir, Ohg. zeihhur,…

deyya →

pts

…“sacrifice”) 1 cīvara, 2 piṇḍapāta 3 senāsana, 4 gilāna-paccaya-bhesajja-parikkhāra, 5 anna, 6 pāna, 7 vattha, 8 yāna, 9…

dhamma →

pts

…(bhogā) Snp.p.87;

  • -vara the best of truths or the most excellent Doctrine Snp.233, Snp.234;
  • -vādin

dhañña →

pts

…(wheat), kangu (millet), varaka (beans) kudrūsaka (?) Vin.iv.264; Cnd.314; DN-a.i.78
■ Cnd.314 distinguishes two oategories of dhañña:…

dhuta →

pts

…progress (vāra, nīvaraṇa). The word is rare. In one constantly repeated passage (Vin.i.45 = Vin.i.305 = Vin.ii.2 = Vin.iii.21 =…

dhutta →

pts

…dhūrta, from dhūrvati & dhvarati to injure, deceive, cp. Lat. fraus; Idg. *dhreu, an enlarged form of which is *dreugh in Sk. druhyati,…

dhuva →

pts

…dh.), DN-a.i.150 (= thāvara); Dhp-a.iii.170 (adhuvaṃ jīvitaṃ dhuvaṃ maraṇaṃ); Thag-a.241 Sdhp.331
nt. permanence,…

dhāraṇa →

pts

…= Pp.58; Kp-a.37 cīvara˚ AN.ii.104 = Pp.45. 2. maintaining, sustaining keeping up Mil.320 (āyu˚ bhojana). 3. bearing in mind,…

disati →

pts

…As simplex only at SN.i.217 (varaṃ disā to be read for disaṃ cp. Sk. adiśat). See also upa˚.

Ved. diśati, *deik to show, point towards;…

divā →

pts

adverb by day SN.i.183; MN.i.125; Dhp.387; DN-a.i.251; Pv-a.43, Pv-a.142, Pv-a.206 (= divasa-bhāge) Often combined & contrasted with rattiṃ (or ratto) by night; e.g. divārattiṃ by day & by ni …

dovārika →

pts

gatekeeper, janitor Vin.i.269; DN.ii.83; DN.iii.64 sq., DN.iii.100; SN.iv.194; MN.i.380 sq.; AN.iv.107, AN.iv.110; AN.v.194; Ja.ii.132; Ja.iv.382 (two by name, viz. Upajotiya & Bhaṇḍa-kucchi), Ja.iv. …

duhana →

pts

…to hurt, cp. Oir. droch; Ohg. triogan to deceive, traum dream; also Sk. dhvarati. For further connections see Walde, Lat. Wtb. under fraus

dussa →

pts

…Pv-a.73, Pv-a.75
■ cīvara˚, q.v. chava˚ a miserable garment DN.i.166; AN.i.295; AN.ii.206; MN.i.78, MN.i.308.

*…

dvi →

pts

number two.

A. Meanings

I. Two as unit

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

dvāra →

pts

…to open a door: āvarati; to shut: pidahati; to lock thaketi. dvāraṃ alabhamāna unable to get out Vin.ii.220
mahā˚; the…

dvārika →

pts

…craving or fever, arising through the 6 doors (of the senses) Dhp-a.iv.221, & kāya˚
■ saṃvara control over the “bodily” door, i.e….

eka →

pts

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

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

gabbha →

pts

…Ja.iii.276; Vv.78#5 (= ovaraka Vv-a.304); Dhp-a.i.397; Mil.10, Mil.295. See also anto˚. 2. the swelling of the (pregnant) womb, the womb (cp…

gabbhara →

pts

cavern Snp.416 (giri˚); Vv.63#5 (giri˚).

Derivation uncertain. Cp. Sk. gahvara

gahapati →

pts

…DN.iii.217;

  • -cīvara the robe of a householder (i.e. a layman’s robe) Vin.i.280 sq.; ˚dhara wearing the…

gamana →

pts

  1. (nt.) the fact or the state of going, movement, journey, walk; (-˚) striving for, the leading of, pursuit AN.ii.48 sq. (gamanena na pattabbo lokass’ anto = one cannot walk to the end of the world) …

geha →

pts

dwelling, hut, house the household Ja.i.145, Ja.i.266, Ja.i.290; Ja.ii.18, Ja.ii.103, Ja.ii.110, Ja.ii.155 Ja.vi.367; Vism.593; Pv-a.22, Pv-a.62, Pv-a.73, Pv-a.82; fig. of kāya (body) Thag.184 = D …

ghara →

pts

Ghara1

(nt.; pl. ˚ā Dhp.241, Dhp.302) a house AN.ii.68; Snp.43 (gahaṭṭhā gharaṃ āvasantā), Snp.337 (abl gharā), Snp.889 (id. gharamhā); Ja.i.290 (id. gharato), Ja.iv.2, Ja.iv.364, Ja.iv.49 …

ghurughurāyati →

pts

to snore Ja.iii.538; Dhp-a.i.307. Cp. Prk. ghurughuranti varāhā (grunting hogs) & ghurukkanti vagghā (roaring tigers).

Denom. fr. prec.

gilāna →

pts

…of the bhikkhu): see cīvara; -pucchaka one who asks (i.e. enquires after) the sick Vin.iv.88 =…

giri →

pts

…ummagga-sadisaṃ mahā-vivaraṃ;

  • -bbaja (nt.) [Etym. uncertain, according to Morris J.P.T.S. 1884, 79 to vaja “a pen,” cp Marāthī…

guhā →

pts

guh, gūhati to hide (q.v.) Dhtp.337: saṃvaraṇa

gutta →

pts

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

gāhāpeti →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.62 (patta-cīvaraṃ) With double acc. mahājanaṃ kathaṃ g˚ made people believe your words Ja.ii.416; cetake kasā g. made the…

gāma →

pts

…v. Ja.i.199 Ja.vi.332; -vara an excellent v. SN.i.97; Ja.i.138; -vāsin the inhabitant of aN v. Ja.ii.110;…

gāmaka →

pts

  1. = gāma Vin.i.208; Ja.i.199 (Macala˚), Ja.i.253; Ja.iv.431 (cora˚); Pv-a.67 (Iṭṭhakāvatī and Dīgharājī) Dhp-a.ii.25 (dvāra˚).
  2. a villager Ja.v.107 (= gāmavāsin).

ida →

pts

…proper, right Thag.984 (cīvara); Pp.69 (read so for ˚maṭṭhika, see Pp-a.250); as idam-atthitā “being satisfied with what is…

idaṃ →

pts

…proper, right Thag.984 (cīvara); Pp.69 (read so for ˚maṭṭhika, see Pp-a.250); as idam-atthitā “being satisfied with what is…

indriya →

pts

…MN.iii.298.

  • -saṃvara restraint or subjugation of the senses DN.ii.281; MN.i.269, MN.i.346; SN.i.54; AN.iii.360;…

indīvara →

pts

the blue water lily, Nymphaea Stellata or Cassia Fistula Ja.v.92 (˚ī-samā ratti); Ja.vi.536; Vv.45#1 (= uddālaka-puppha Vv-a.197).

etym.?

issara →

pts

…Brahmā, DN.iii.28; MN.ii.222 = AN.i.173; Vism.598.

Vedic īśvara, from īś to have power, cp. also P. īsa

ittara →

pts

…of small wisdom). This meaning (2) also in BSk. itvaṛa, e.g. Divy.317 (dāna).

Vedic itvara in meaning “going”, going along, hence…

jalati →

pts

… pp jalita Intens. daddaḷhati (q.v.). Cp. ujjāleti.

Sk. jvalati, with jvarati to be hot or feverish, to jval to burn…

juhati →

pts

…Snp.1046 (= Cnd.263 deti cīvaraṃ, etc.); Snp.428 (aggihuttaṃ jūhato), Snp.p.79 (aggiṃ); Pp.56; fut. juhissati SN.i.166 (aggiṃ); caus….

jāgarati →

pts

to be awake, to be watchful, to be on the alert (cp. guttadvāra) Dhp.60 (dīghā jāgarato rattī), Dhp.226; Iti.41; Mil.300
pp jāgarita (q.v.).

Sk. jāgarti to be awake (redupl. p …

jāta →

pts

-ovaraka the inner chamber where he was born Vv-a.158; Ja.i.391 (so read for jāto varake). -kamma

kacavara →

pts

  1. sweepings, dust, rubbish (usually in combination with chaḍḍeti and sammajjati) Ja.i.292 Ja.iii.163; Ja.iv.300; Vism.70; DN-a.i.7; Dhp-a.i.52; Snp-a. …

kadalī →

pts

…DN-a.i.87; and -pavara-pacc. attharaṇa (nt.) the hide of the k. deer, used as a rug or cover DN.i.7 = AN.i.181 = Vin.i.192 =…

kalevara →

pts

kaliṅgara →

pts

…cp. sopāna-kaḷevara.

  • -ūpadhāna a wooden block used for putting one’s head on when sleeping SN.ii.267; Mil.366; *…

kalla →

pts

…form. k˚, mudu-citta, vinīvaraṇa˚, udagga˚ etc. DN.i.110 = DN.i.148 = DN.ii.41 = AN.iv.209 = Vin.i.16 = Vin.ii.156; Vv-a.53, Vv-a.286;…

kalāya →

pts

…Snp.p.124; Ja.ii.75 (= varaka, the bean Phaseolus trilobus, and kālarāja-māsa); Ja.iii.370; Dhp-a.i.319. Its size may be gathered from…

kambala →

pts

…as one of the 6 kinds of cīvaras together w. koseyya & kappāsika; at Vin.i.58 = Vin.i.96, also at AN.iv.394 (s. ˚sukhuma); freq. preceded by…

kambu →

pts

…Sk. kambu, Halāyudha = śankha; Dhtp. saṃvaraṇe

kamma →

pts

J.P.T.S. 1885, 58

  • -āvaraṇa the obstruction caused by k. AN.iii.436 Pp.13 = Vb.341 (in definition of sattā…

kapaṇa →

pts

adjective noun

  1. poor, miserable, wretched; a beggar; freq explained by varāka, duggata, dīna and daḷidda; very often classed with low-caste people, as caṇḍālā Pv.iii.1#13 & pesakārā (Ud.4). Snp.81 …

kappa →

pts

…been made, ref. to the cīvara of a bhikkhu (see above) Vin.i.255; Vin.iv.227 Vin.iv.286; DN-a.i.103; -(ñ)jaha (one) who has left time…

karin →

pts

…the cry of the elephant, an elephant’s trumpeting Dāvs v.56;

  • -vara an excellent elephant Mhbv.4, Mhbv.143…

kata →

pts

…Pv-a.29, cp. kāla -cīvara after finishing his robe Vin.i.255, Vin.i.265; -paccuggamana having gone forth to meet Ja.iii.93….

kattikā →

pts

(& -kattika) Name of a month (Oct
■ Nov.), during which the full moon is near the constellation of Pleiades It is the last month of the rainy season, terminating on the full moon day of Kattikā ( …

kavāṭa →

pts

  1. the panels of the door, the door proper, not the aperture Vin.ii.114, Vin.ii.120, Vin.ii.207, Vin.ii.208 (see Vin.ii.148 for the description of a door), Vin.iv.269, Vin.iv.304 (˚baddha = āvasatha); …

kaḷebara →

pts

(kale˚ and kalevara) masculine & neuter

  1. the body SN.i.62 = AN.ii.48 = AN.iv.429 = MN.i.82; Ja.ii.437, Ja.iii.96, Ja.iii.244; Vism.49,…

kaṇḍa →

pts

  1. the portion of a stalk or cane between one knot and another; the whole stalk or shaft; the shaft of an arrow, an arrow in general MN.i.429 (two kinds of arrows: kaccha & ropima, cp kaṇḍa-cittaka); …

kaṇṇa →

pts

…Dāvs ii.111- cīvara˚; the edge of the garment Vism.389. Freq. in cpd. catu˚; (catukkaṇṇa) four-cornered, square, as Ep of…

kaṭhina →

pts

…Vin.ii.267.

  • -cīvara a k. robe made of k cloth Bv.ix.7.
  • -dussa the k. cloth Vin.i.254. *…

kevaṭṭa →

pts

fisherman DN.i.45 (in simile of dakkho k˚) AN.iii.31 = AN.iii.342, cp. AN.iv.91; Ud.24 sq.; Ja.i.210; Dhp-a.ii.132; Dhp-a.iv.41; Pv-a.178 (-gāma, in which to be reborn, is punishment, fishermen …

keḷi →

pts

…= pañca nīvaraṇāni (kāmacchanda etc.), the gratifications of the heart Thag.1010 (corr. kelisā to keḷiyo!)
■…

khandha →

pts

…Ja.iii.392; hatthi-khandha-vara-gata on the back of the state elephant Ja.i.325; Pv-a.75. Also with ref. to an elephant (hatthināga)…

khema →

pts

  1. (adj.) full of peace, safe; tranquil, calm DN.i.73 (of a country) SN.i.123 (of the path leading to the ambrosial, i.e. Nibbāna), SN.i.189 = Snp.454 (of vācā nibbānapattiyā); MN.i.227 (vivaṭaṃ amata …

kilesa →

pts

…kilesā Netti.191.

  • -āvaraṇa the obstacle of lust Vb.342 Pp.13 Vism.177
  • -āvaraṇatā identical AN.iii.436
  • -kkhaya the…

kiliṭṭha →

pts

…gatta, limbs Ja.i.129; of cīvara, cloak Bdhd 92; of vattha clothes Dhp-a.ii.261; of pāvāra-puppha, mango blossom Kp-a.58 = Vism.258. 2….

kittaka →

pts

interr.) how much how great? nt. as adv.: to what extent? pl.: how many? Vin.i.297; k˚ṃ antovassaṃ avasiṭṭhaṃ “how much of the rainy season is left?” Vv-a.66; kittakā pana vo bhante parivāra-bhikkhū …

kiṃ →

pts

  1. as nt. subst. what? sotānaṃ kiṃ nivāraṇaṃ what is the obstruction? Snp.1032; kiṃ tava patthanāya what is it about your wish, i.e. what good is your wish? Vv-a.226; kim idaṃ this is what, that is …

klesa →

pts

…kilesā Netti.191.

  • -āvaraṇa the obstacle of lust Vb.342 Pp.13 Vism.177
  • -āvaraṇatā identical AN.iii.436
  • -kkhaya the…

kojava →

pts

rug or cover with long hair, a fleecy counterpane Vin.i.281; Dhp-a.i.177; Dhp-a.iii.297 (pāvāra˚); Dāvs v.36 Often in expln of goṇaka (q.v.) as dīgha-lomaka mahākojav …

koseyya →

pts

silk; silken material Vin.i.58 = Mil.267; Vin.i.192, Vin.i.281; Vin.ii.163, Vin.ii.169; DN.i.7, cp. AN.i.181 (see DN-a.i.87); AN.iv.394; Pv.ii.1#17; Ja.i.43; Ja.vi.47.

koṭṭhaka →

pts

Koṭṭhaka1

neuter “a kind of koṭṭha,” the stronghold over a gateway, used as a store-room for various things, a chamber, treasury, granary Vin.ii.153, Vin.ii.210; for the purpose of keepin …

kukkucca →

pts

…is the fourth of the five nīvaraṇas (q.v.) Vin.i.49; Vin.iv.70; DN.i.246; SN.i.99; MN.i.437; AN.i.134 = Snp.1106; AN.i.282; Snp.925; Cnd.379;…

kula →

pts

(nt.; but poetic pl. kulā Pv.ii.9#43)

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

kuñja →

pts

hollow, a glen, dell, used by Dhpāla in expln of kuñjara at Vv-a.35 (kuñjaro ti kuñje giritale ramati and Pv-a.57 (kuṃ pathaviṃ jīrayati kuñjo suvāraṃ aticarati kuñjaro ti). -nadī˚; a …

kuñjara →

pts

…Vv.47#7; Ja.v.158.

  • -vara a state elephant Vv-a.181.
  • -sālā an elephant’s stable…

kuṭī →

pts

…Vv-a.188, Vv-a.256 (cīvara˚ a cloak as tent). See also kappiya˚, gandha˚, paṇṇa˚ vacca˚.

  • -kāra the making of…

kāma →

pts

…of five obstacles (pañca nīvaraṇāni) DN.i.156, DN.i.246; DN.iii.234 DN.iii.278; AN.i.231; AN.iv.457; AN.i.134 = Snp.1106; SN.i.99; SN.v.64 Bdhd…

kāraṇḍava →

pts

…expl. Snp-a.311 by kacavara (q.v.). Rh. D’s note3 loc. cit. is to be modified according to the parallel passages just given.

of…

kāya →

pts

…= Pp.58; Vism.65 (cīvara); DN-a.i.207;

  • -pasāda clearness of the sense of touch or sense in general Dhs-a.306;…

kūla →

pts

…& cp. uk˚, upa˚ paṭi˚.

Dhtp.271: kūla āvaraṇe

lakkhī →

pts

  1. luck, good fortune, success, personal welfare Ja.iii.443 (combined with sirī splendour explained by parivāra-sampatti & paññā respectively), Ja.iv.281 (explained as “sirī pi puññam pi paññā pi”). …

lañcaka →

pts

…& Mil.258 in Majjhimanikāya vara˚; at Mil.362 in Ekuttara-nikāya-vara˚ and at Ne.2 in cpd. nayalañjaka. Trenckner (Mil ed. p. 424) translates…

lesa →

pts

…āpatti˚, patta˚, cīvara˚, upajjhāya˚ ācariya˚, senāsana˚); Ja.ii.11; Ja.vi.402
lesa-kappa pretext Vin.ii.166; Vv.84#43 (=…

leṇa →

pts

(& lena) neuter

  1. a cave (in a rock), a mountain cave, used by ascetics (or bhikkhus) as a hermitage or place of shelter, a rock cell. Often enumerated with kuṭi guhā, e.g. Vin.iv.48; Mil.151; Vb. …

loka →

pts

…and Vism.204 sq. -vivaraṇa unveiling of the universe, apocalypse, revelation Vism.392 (when humans see the devas…

lūkha →

pts

…AN.v.190.

  • -cīvara (adj.) wearing a shabby robe, badly clad Vin.iii.263; Mil.342 (cp. cīvara lūkha bad condition…

mahant →

pts

…pāmokkha, uttama pavara,“ see Cnd.502.

Note on mahā & cpds

  1. In certain compounds the combn with…

mana(s) →

pts

Mano & Mana(s)

neuter

I. Declension

Like all other nouns of old s-stems mano has partly retained the s forms (cp cetah → ceto) & partly follows the a-declension. The …

mano →

pts

Mano & Mana(s)

neuter

I. Declension

Like all other nouns of old s-stems mano has partly retained the s forms (cp cetah → ceto) & partly follows the a-declension. The …

mañjeṭṭhaka →

pts

adjective crimson, bright red, fig. shining Vv.39#1 (cp. defn at Vv-a.177: like the tree Vitex negundo, sindhavāra, or the colour of the Kaṇavīra-bud; same defn at Dhs-a.317, …

mukha →

pts

  1. the mouth Snp.608, Snp.1022 (with ref. to the long tongue, pahūta-jivha, of the Buddha or Mahāpurisa) Ja.ii.7; DN-a.i.287 (uttāna˚ clear mouthed, i.e. easy to understand, cp. DN.i.116); Pv-a.11, …

māla →

pts

…word in phrase mālā-kacavara at Ja.ii.416 (but very doubtful). 2. perhaps froth, dirty surface, in pheṇa˚; Mil.117 (cp. mālin 2) where…

mātikā →

pts

  1. a water course Vism.554 (˚âtikkamaka); Mhvs.35, Mhvs.96; Mhvs.37, Mhvs.50; Snp-a.500 (= sobbha); Dhp-a.ii.141 (its purpose: “ito c’ ito ca udakaṃ haritvā attano sassa-kammaṃ sampādenti”); Vv-a. …

māḷa →

pts

…word in phrase mālā-kacavara at Ja.ii.416 (but very doubtful). 2. perhaps froth, dirty surface, in pheṇa˚; Mil.117 (cp. mālin 2) where…

naddha →

pts

…put on Ja.i.175 (rathavarattaṃ); Bv.i.31 (camma˚, of a drum); Mhvs.vii.16 (˚pañcāyudha) Mil.117 (yuga˚); Dhs-a.131. Cp. onaddha,…

naga →

pts

…“forest”?); Thag.41 (˚vivara), Thag.525; Pv.ii.9#61 (˚muddhani on top of the Mount, i.e. Mt. Sineru Pv-a.138; the Buddha was thought to…

nagara →

pts

… p. 167;

  • -vara the noble town (of Rājagaha) Vv.16#6, cp. Vv-a.82;
  • -vīthi a city street…

nandhi →

pts

…nandi) a strap, thong Ja.i.175 (rathassa cammañ ca nandiñ ca); Snp.622 = Dhp.398 (+ varatta) Snp-a.400; Dhp-a.i.44, Dhp-a.iv.160.

Sk….

nava →

pts

Nava1

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

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

nemi →

pts

…& death, which belongs to the wheel of Saṃsāra of the chariot of existence, bhavaratha); Dhp-a.ii.124 (˚vaṭṭi); Vv-a.277.

Vedic nemi,…

nettiṃsa →

pts

sword Ja.ii.77 (˚vara-dhārin; C. nettiṃsā vuccanti khaggā); Ja.iv.118 (C. gives it as adj. = nikkaruṇa merciless; & says “khaggassa…

nibbivara →

pts

adjective without holes or fissures, without omissions Ja.v.429; Vv-a.275 (= atīva sangata).

nis + vivara

nibbuta →

pts

…represented in P. by e.g. vivarati to open, nivāreti to cover, obstruct, nīvaraṇa, nivāraṇa obstruction; *ṷel by āvuta,…

nibbāna →

pts

nīvaraṇa (obstacles). pañca n˚ anibbāna-saṃvattanikā SN.v.97
punabbhava

nibbāpeti →

pts

…Caus. of ni(r)varati, influenced in meaning by nirvāpayati. Caus. of nirvāti make cool by blowing (e.g. RV x.1613). See…

nibbāyati →

pts

…& cp. nibbuta, nibbāpeti, nibbāpana.

Sk. ni-(or nir-)vriyate, Pass. of ni(r)varati, influenced by nirvāyati intrs. to cease to…

nidahati →

pts

…(a treasure) Vin.i.46 (cīvaraṃ); Mil.271; ger. nidahitvā Pv-a.97 (dhanadhaññaṃ) & nidhāya

nidāhaka →

pts

adjective one who puts away, one who has the office of keeper or warder (of robes: cīvara˚ Vin.i.284.

fr. nidahati

nikkhipati →

pts

…put away Vin.i.46 (patta-cīvaraṃ) AN.i.206 (daṇḍaṃ to discard the weapon; see daṇḍa) Mhvs.14, Mhvs.10…

nimmita →

pts

adjective past participle

measured out, planned, laid out; created (by supernatural power iddhi); measured, stately DN.i.18, DN.i.56 (iddhiyā pi DN-a.i.167), DN.i.219 (Su˚ devaputta. Np.), ibid. (Pa …

nissaya →

pts

…paṃsukūla-cīvaraṃ, rukkhamūla-senāsanaṃ, pūtimuttabhesajjaṃ); Vin.ii.274, Vin.ii.278; DN.iii.137, DN.iii.141; AN.i.117;…

nissaṭṭha →

pts

…of…

nivarati →

pts

only in Caus. nivāreti (q.v.), pp. nivuta.

ni + varati

nivaraṇa →

pts

see *vi*˚.

nivuta →

pts

…Mil.161; Snp-a.596 (= pariyonaddha).

pp. of nivarati (nivāreti) cp. nivārita

nivāraya →

pts

adjective in dun˚; hard to check or keep back Mil.21 (+ durāvaraṇa).

grd. of nivāreti

nivāraṇa →

pts

adjective warding off, keeping back, preventing; refusal Snp.1034, Snp.1035, Snp.1106 (= Cnd.363 āvāraṇa rakkhaṇa gopana); Dhs-a.259; Pv-a.102 Pv-a.278; Sdhp.396.

fr. nivāreti

nivāreti →

pts

…Pv-a.79 Pv-a.102; Dhp-a.i.41.

Caus. of nivarati

nivāseti →

pts

…nivāsetvā patta-* cīvaram ādāya…,“ describing the setting out on his round of the bhikkhu; e.g. DN.i.109, DN.i.178, DN.i.205,…

nīdhura →

pts

? bracelet, bangle Ja.vi.64, (= valaya; variant reading BB nivara). Also given as nīyura (cp Prk. neura & P. nūpura).

Sk.? Cp. keyura

nīvaraṇa →

pts

…nīvaraṇāni and p. āvaraṇāni), viz. kāmacchanda, (abhijjhā-)vyāpāda, thīna-middha, uddhaccakukkucca vicikicchā i.e….

nīvaraṇiya →

pts

adjective belonging to an obstacle, forming a hindrance, obstructing Dhs.584, Dhs.1164, Dhs.1488 Vb.12, Vb.30, Vb.66, Vb.130 etc.

fr. nīvaraṇa

nīvāra →

pts

raw rice, paddy DN.i.166; AN.i.241, AN.i.295; AN.ii.206; Pp.55; Ja.iii.144 (˚yāgu).

Sk. nīvāra, unexplained

ora →

pts

-pure (avarapure) below the fortress MN.i.68 (bahinagare +)

  • -mattaka belonging only to this world,…

oramati →

pts

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

orambhāgiya →

pts

…the bh should be deleted.

ora + bhāga + iya; BSk. avarabhāgīya, e.g. Divy.533

otāra →

pts

…flaw Snp.446 (= randha vivara Snp-a.393); also in phrase otārāpekkha spying faults SN.i.122 (which may be taken to meaning 1, but meaning 3…

ovaraka →

pts

…thus also at Vv-a.158); Vism.90, Vism.431; Vv-a.304 (= gabbha).

Deriv. uncertain. The Sk. apavaraka is some centuries later. The Sk. apavaraka…

pa →

pts

Pa˚

indeclinable directional prefix of forward motion, in applied sense often emphasising the action as carried on in a marked degree or even beyond its mark (cp. Ger. ver-in its function of Goth. f …

pacarati →

pts

to go after, walk in; fig. practise, perform, observe Vv.32#9 (variant reading pavarati, cp. Vv-a.136).

pa + carati

paccagū →

pts

…and explains by bandhavara sissa antevāsika.

a difficult word, composed of pacca + gū, the latter a by-form of ˚ga, as in…

paccattharaṇa →

pts

…DN.i.7 (kadali-miga-pavara˚, cp. DN-a.i.87) AN.i.137 (id.); AN.iii.50 (id.); Ja.i.126; Ja.iv.353 (uṇṇāmaya) Pv-a.141,…

paccaya →

pts

…medicine: see under; cīvara. Snp.339 (paccaya = gilāna-paccaya Snp-a.342); Mil.336; Mhvs.3 Mhvs.15. 2. (applied) reason,…

pacchima →

pts

adjective

  1. hindmost, hind-, back-, last (opp. purima), latest DN.i.239; MN.i.23 (˚yāma the last night watch); DN-a.i.45 sq. (id. ˚kicca duties or performances in the 3rd watch, corres …

paccora →

pts

adjective lower, rt. lower part, hindquarter, bottom (?) AN.iv.130; Dhp-a.i.189.

paṭi + avara, cp. Sk. pratyavara

padhāna →

pts

…is fourfold, viz. saṃvara˚, pahāna˚, bhāvana˚ anurakkhaṇā˚ or exertion consisting in the restraint of one’s senses, the…

padvāra →

pts

place before a door or gate Ja.v.433; Ja.vi.327.

  • -gāma suburb Dāvs v.3.

pa + dvāra

pahāna →

pts

…Netti.192; Vism.194 (nīvaraṇa-santāpa˚) Dhs-a.166 Dhs-a.345 Vv-a.73

pajahati →

pts

…SN.i.188 (nīvaraṇāni), Snp.17, Snp.209, Snp.520 & passim; Cnd.430; Pv-a.16, Pv-a.122 (= hitvā), Pv-a.211; pahatvāna

palibodha →

pts

…kāmapariḷāha); kula˚ cīvara Cnd.68, cp. Mil.388 (kule p.); ghar’āvāsa˚, putta-dāro etc. Mnd.136; Cnd.172#a B, 205, cp. Ja.ii.95…

pamajjati →

pts

…hands) Vin.ii.209 (cīvara-rajjuṃ ˚itvā; cp. Vin. Texts iii.279). Note. pamajjamāna in phrase gale pi p˚ ānena at Ne.164 is after…

pampaka →

pts

…river (or lake), but cp. ref. in BR. under pampā varaṇ-ādi

para →

pts

…(like Ved. para as opp. to avara lower), as well as “further” in time (i.e. future, to come, or also remote past: see loc. pare under c.),…

paricāraka →

pts

adjective noun attending, serving honouring; (m.) attendant, worshipper, follower (cp BSk. paricāraka attendant Avs.i.170; Avs.ii.167] DN.i.101 DN.ii.200; Thag.475; Snp.p.218 (Nd ii.reads ˚cārika) Ja. …

parihārika →

pts

…DN.i.71 (kāya˚ cīvara, kucchi˚ piṇḍapāta; explained as kāya-pariharaṇa-mattakena & kucchi˚ at DN-a.i.207 correct reading…

parikara →

pts

…to be found in parikkhāra, which is also explained by parivara cp. parikaroti = parivāreti

parikkhāra →

pts

…in stock phrase “cīvara-piṇḍapāta-senāsana-gilānapaccayabhesajja-p.” i.e. robe, alms-bowl, seat & bed medicine as help in…

pariveṇa →

pts

  1. all that belongs to a castle, a mansion and its constituents Vv.84#53 (explained at Vv-a.351 as follows: veṇiyato pekkhitabbato pariveṇaṃ pāsāda-kūtâgāra-ratti-ṭṭhān’ ādisampannaṃ pākāraparikkh …

parivāra →

pts

  1. surrounding, suite, retinue, followers, entourage, pomp Ja.i.151; Ja.iv.38; Ja.vi.75; Pv-a.21, Pv-a.30 (˚cāga-cetana, read pariccāga-cetana?); usually as adj.-˚ surrounded by, in company of …

parivāraka →

pts

adjective accompanying, forming a retinue Ja.v.234. See also parivāra 4 and paricāraka.

parivāra + ka

parivāraṇa →

pts

  1. covering, drapery (so trsl. at K.S. p. 45) SN.i.33.
  2. (adj.) (-˚) surrounded by Ja.v.195 (= parikkhitta C.).

fr. pari + vṛ.

pariyanta →

pts

…character, viz. sīlasaṃvara˚ indriyasaṃvara˚ bhojane mattaññutā˚, jāgariyânuyoga˚). 3. (adj. ˚) bounded by, limited by,…

pariyonāha →

pts

enveloping, covering DN.i.246 (= nīvaraṇa); Dhs.1157 (cp. Dhs trsl. 311); Mil.300.

pari + onāha

pariyāya →

pts

lit. “going round” analysed by Bdhgh in 3 diff. meanings, viz. vāra (turn, course) desanā (instruction, presentation), and kāraṇa (cause reaso …

paropariya →

pts

…that comes within the range of the faculties. Cp.; parovara.

parovara →

pts

…contrasted with avara or upara; para denoting the farther, higher or heavenly sphere, avara or upara the lower or earthly sphere: see…

patta →

pts

…etc.); AN.iii.275.

  • -cīvara bowl and robe (see note in Dial ii.162) Vin.i.46; Vin.ii.78, Vin.ii.194; SN.i.76; Ja.iii.379;…

pavara →

pts

…Pv-a.39 (˚buddh’āsana); Sdhp.421.

pa + vara

pavāraṇā →

pts

  1. the Pavāraṇā, a ceremony at the termination of the Vassa Vin.i.155, Vin.i.160 (where 2 kinds cātuddasikā & pannarasikā); Vin.ii.32. Vin.ii.167; DN.ii.220; SN.i.190. pavāraṇaṃ ṭhapeti to fix or de …

pavāreti →

pts

  1. to invite, offer, present, satisfy SN.i.190; AN.iv.79; Ja.iii.352.
  2. to celebrate the Pavāraṇā (i.e. to come to the end of the Vassa) Vin.i.160 sq.; Vin.ii.255; Dhp-a.i.87; Ja.i.29, Ja.i.215; Ja. …

payuta →

pts

…Snp-a.565; Mnd.389 however reads payutta and explains as “cīvarapayutta” etc.).

pp. of pa + yu, cp. Sk. pra +…

pañca →

pts

…AN.v.16) refers to the 5 nīvaraṇāni: see explained at Vism.146. -aṅgikaturiya 5 kinds of music: ātata, vitata, ātata-vitata, ghana…

paṇḍu →

pts

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

paṭipajjati →

pts

to enter upon (a path), to go along, follow out (a way or plan) to go by; fig. to take a line of action, to follow a method to be intent on, to regulate one’s life DN.i.70 (saṃvarāya), DN.i.175 (tatha …

paṭisāmeti →

pts

…Ja.iii.72; Mil.15 (pattacīvaraṃ); Vv-a.118 (variant reading ˚yāpeti), Vv-a.157 (variant reading ˚nameti).

paṭi + Caus. of śam,…

paṭṭha →

pts

…kātuṃ); Vin.iv.60 (cīvarakammaṃ kātuṃ), Vin.iv.254 (dhammiṃ kathaṃ kātuṃ), Vin.iv.285 Vin.iv.290; Cnd.p.46 (for Snp prose part…

paṭṭhahati →

pts

…Pv-a.128 (varamāna + ; variant reading paṭṭhap˚); aor. paṭṭhayi Pv.ii.9#34 (dānaṃ; variant reading…

phassita →

pts

…symmetrical Ja.i.220 (cīvara), Ja.i.394 (dantā); Ja.iv.188 (dant’ āvaraṇaṃ); Ja.v.197 (of the membrum muliebre), Ja.v.206 (read…

phoṭeti →

pts

to shake, toss (or thunder?) only at two places in similar formula, viz. devatā sādhukāraṃ adaṃsu, brahmāno apphoṭesuṃ (variant reading appoṭh˚) Mil.13 Mil.18; Sakko devarājā appoṭhesi (variant readin …

pidahati →

pts

…(dvārāni)
pass pithīyati; pp. pihita (q.v.). The opp. of p. is vivarati.

api + dhā, cp….

pihita →

pts

covered, closed, shut, obstructed (opp. vivaṭa) MN.i.118; MN.iii.61; SN.i.40; AN.ii.104; Mnd.149; Ja.i.266; Mil.102 (dvāra), Mil.161; Vism.185; DN-a.i.182 (˚dvāra).

pp. of pidahati

pivaraka →

pts

see piṭharaka.

piṇḍika →

pts

(-˚) in chatta˚-vivara is a little doubtful, the phrase prob. means “a crevice in the covering (i.e. the round mass) of the canopy or…

piṭhara →

pts

…Divy.496; so read for T. piparikā] at Kp-a.54 to be read for T. pivaraka according to App. Snp-a.869.

cp. Epic Sk. piṭhara

piṭṭha →

pts

Piṭṭha1

neuter what is ground, grindings, crushed seeds, flour. Vin.i.201, Vin.i.203; Vin.iv.261 Vin.iv.341 (tila˚ = piññāka); Ja.ii.244 (māsa˚). As piṭṭhi at Ja.i.347. …

puggala →

pts

  1. an individual, as opposed to a group (sangha or parisā), person, man; in later philosophical (Abhidhamma) literature = character, soul (= attan). DN.i.176; MN.iii.58; SN.i.93 sq.; SN.iii.25; AN.i.8 …

pure →

pts

indeclinable before (both local & temporal), thus either “before, in front” or “before, formerly, earlier.” In both meanings the opp. is pacchā -

  1. local SN.i.176 (pure hoti t …

purekkhāra →

pts

deference, devotion, honour; usually -˚ (adj.) devoted to honouring DN.i.115; Vin.iii.130; Vin.iv.2, Vin.iv.277; Mnd.73, Mnd.214; Dhp.73 (= parivāra Dhp-a.ii.77); Vv.34#14 (attha˚ hitesin Vv-a.152) …

pākata →

pts

adjective

  1. common, vulgar, uncontrolled in phrase pākat-indriya of uncontrolled mind SN.i.61 (= saṃvarâbhāvena gihikāle viya vivaṭa-indriya K.S. 320), SN.i.204; SN.iii.93; SN.v.269; AN.i.70, …

pāpaṇika →

pts

…noun belonging to a shop, i.e.

  1. a shopkeeper AN.i.115 sq.
  2. laid out in the shop (of cīvara) Vin.i.255; Vism.62 (= āpaṇa-dvāre…

pāpurati →

pts

…Amatassa dvāraṃ* to open the door of Nibbāna Vin.i.5; Vv.64#27 (= vivarati Vv-a.284).

fr. pa + ā + vṛ; cp. Vedic pravṛṇoti

pāpuraṇa →

pts

…*pāvuraṇa fr. pra + vṛ; cp. Sk. prāvaraṇa

pārivattaka →

pts

adjective = pari˚; changing, turning round (of cīvara) Vin.iv.59, Vin.iv.60. Parivasika = pari

pātimokkha →

pts

…sq.; AN.v.70. -saṃvara “restraint that is binding on a recluse” (Dial. i.79), moral control under the P…

pātur →

pts

(-˚) (˚pātu) indeclinable visible open, manifest; only in compound with kṛ; and bhū, and with the rule that pātu˚ appears before cons., whereas pātur˚ stands before vowels.

  1. w …

pāvāra →

pts

…at id. p. has pāvāraka˚).

fr. pa +…

pāvārika →

pts

cloak-seller (?) Vin.iv.250.

fr. pāvāra

pāṇi →

pts

…Ja.v.506; cp BSk. pāṇisvara Mvu.ii.52. Also adj. one who plays this instrument Ja.vi.276; cp. BSk. pāṇisvarika Mvu.iii.113.

Vedic…

pīna →

pts

…breasts).

cp. Epic Sk. pīna of to swell up (with fat); to which also Vedic pīvan & pīvara fat, Gr.; πιμελή & ππιμελή &…

rakkhā →

pts

…in combination rakkhā + āvaraṇa (+ gutti) shelter defence, e.g. at Vin.ii.194; DN.i.61 (dhammikaṃ r
■ v. guttiṃ saṃvidaheyyāma);…

randha →

pts

…khalitam gaḷitam˚ vivaram-esī ti“); Ja.ii.53; Ja.iii.192; Snp-a.393 (+ vivara); Dhp-a.iii.376, Dhp-a.iii.377 (˚gavesita).

Sk….

ratana →

pts

…Pp.34.

  • -vara the best of gems Snp.683 (= vararatana-bhūta Snp-a.486).
  • -sutta the Suttanta of the (3)…

rukkha →

pts

…paṃsukūla-cīvara, r - m. s., pūti-mutta bhesajja), Vin.i.96 (id.) AN.iv.231. -mūlika (a) one who lives at…

rundhati →

pts

…roots in Vedic Sk
■ Dhtp (375, 425) explains by “āvaraṇe”; id. Dhtm (608, 662).

rāga →

pts

…pajahanti kāmarāgaṃ bhavararāganu-sayañ ca pahāya… parinibbāna-gatā Vv.53#24; kusalo jahati pāpakaṃ… rāga dosa-mohakkhayā…

rājan →

pts

…fistula Vv-a.43.

  • -vara the best king, famous king Vv.32#1 (= Sakka Vv-a.134)
  • -vallabha the…

rājā →

pts

…fistula Vv-a.43.

  • -vara the best king, famous king Vv.32#1 (= Sakka Vv-a.134)
  • -vallabha the…

sagga →

pts

heaven, the next world, popularly conceived as a place of happiness and long life (cp. the pop. etym. of “suṭṭhu-aggattā sagga” Pv-a.9 “rūpādīhi visayehi suṭṭhu aggo ti saggo” Vism.427) usually the …

sahassa →

pts

thousand, used as a singular with a noun in the plural, sahassaṃ vācā Dhp.100; satasahassaṃ vassāni Ja.i.29; also in the plural after other numerals cattāri satasahassāni chaḷabhiññā Bv.ii.204 = J …

sammaddati →

pts

to trample down Vin.i.137; Vin.i.286 (cīvaraṃ, to soak, steep); ppr. sammaddanto Vin.i.137 (to crush).

saṃ + maddati

sampadā →

pts

  1. attainment, success accomplishment; happiness, good fortune; blessing bliss AN.i.38; Pv.ii.9#47 (= sampatti Pv-a.132)
    ■ Sampadā in its pregnant meaning is applied to the accomplishments of th …

samparivāreti →

pts

to surround, wait upon, attend on Ja.i.61; aor. 3rd pl. samparivāresuṃ Ja.i.164 ger. samparivārayitvā Ja.i.61; ˚etvā (do.) Ja.vi.43, Ja.vi.108 Cp. sampavāreti.

saṃ + parivāreti

sampavāreti →

pts

to cause to accept, to offer, to regale, serve with; ger. sampavāretvā Vin.i.18; Vin.ii.128; DN.i.109; aor. sampavāresi DN.ii.97.

saṃ + pavāreti; cp. BSk. saṃpravārayati Divy.285, Divy.310, etc.; Av …

samudācarati →

pts

  1. to be current, to be in use MN.i.40 (= kāya-vacī-dvāraṃ sampatta s. MN-a.182)
  2. to occur to, to befall, beset, assail MN.i.109, MN.i.112 MN.i.453; SN.ii.273; Iti.31; Vism.343.
  3. to behave towa …

samādhi →

pts

…from the 5 hindrances (nīvaraṇāni) 5. the 4 jhānas.

In the same way we find samādhi grouped as one of the…

samīpa →

pts

adjective near, close (to) Snp-a.43 (bhumma-vacana), Snp-a.174, Snp-a.437; Kp-a.111; Pv-a.47 (dvāra˚ magga) (nt.) proximity DN.i.118. Cases adverbially: acc. -aṃ near to Pv-a.107; loc. *-- …

sara →

pts

…can we compare BSk. svaragupti “depth of voice” Divy.222?] intonation, resonance timbre, melodiousness of voice Vin.ii.108 = AN.iii.251;…

sarabha →

pts

…preaches Ja.iii.342 (cp. vara-pallanka Ja.iii.364).

  • -pādaka having legs like those of a gazelle Ja.i.267.

Vedic…

sati →

pts

…Vin.ii.79 -saṃvara restraint in mindfulness Vism.7; Dhs-a.351; Snp-a.8….

savara →

pts

an aboriginal tribe, a savage Vin.i.168; Mil.191.

Epic Sk. śabara, cp. śabala = P. sabala

sayaṃ →

pts

…Snp-a.135.

  • -vara self-choice Ja.v.426.
  • -vasin self-controlled, independent Bv.ii.20 =…

saṃvara →

pts

…The fivefold saṃvara: sīla˚, sati˚ ñāṇa˚, khanti˚, viriya˚; i.e. by virtue, mindfulness insight, patience, effort…

saṃvarati →

pts

…hold; to restrain oneself Vin.ii.102 (Pot. ˚vareyyāsi); Mil.152 (pāso na saṃvarati)
pp saṃvuta.

saṃ + varati =…

saṃvaraṇa →

pts

covering; obstruction Dhtp.274 (as def. of root val, i.e. vṛ;).

fr. saṃ + vṛ.

saṃvarī →

pts

…DN.iii.196; Ja.iv.441; Ja.v.14, Ja.v.269; Ja.vi.243.

Vedic śarvarī fr. śarvara speckled; the P. form viâ sabbarī → sāvarī → saṃvarī

saṃvuta →

pts

…MN.ii.260.

pp. of saṃvarati

saṃyojana →

pts

bond, fetter SN.iv.163 etc.; especially the fetters that bind man to the wheel of transmigration Vin.i.183; SN.i.23; SN.v.241, SN.v.251; AN.i.264 AN.iii.443; AN.iv.7 sq. (diṭṭhi˚); MN.i.483; Dhp.370; …

saṅgata →

pts

…tightly fastened or closed, well-joined Vv.64#2 (= nibbivara Vv-a.275).

pp. of sangacchati

saṅghāṭī →

pts

…Pv.iv.1#46; Vb-a.359 (˚cīvara); Pv-a.43.

  • -cāra wandering about in a sanghāṭī, having deposited the cīvara…

saṅkamati →

pts

…transferred Vin.i.190; cīvara˚; a dress that should be handed over, which does not belong to one Vin.iv.282

pp…

saṅkāra →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.174. Cp. kacavara & kattara.;

  • -cola a rag picked up from a rubbish heap Ja.iv.380. *…

saṭa →

pts

…MN.i.21 (= paṇṇa-kacavara MN-a.i.120); Ja.ii.271.

most likely = Sk. śada (fall), fr. śad to fall; Kern

Toevoegselen

s. v. equals…

sikkhā →

pts

…with the synonyms saṃvara, samādhi & paññā at Vism.274. 2. (as one of the 6 Vedāngas) phonology or phonetics combined with…

sindhava →

pts

…(= Sindhava-raṭṭhe jatā assā); (nt.) rock salt Vin.i.202 Sindhavaraṭṭha the Sindh country Thag-a.270; Ja.v.260.

Sk. saindhava

sindhavāra →

pts

sinduvāra →

pts

the tree Vitex negundo DN-a.i.252; Dhs-a.14, Dhs-a.317; also spelt sindhavāra Vv-a.177 sinduvārikā Ja.vi.269; sindhuvāritā (i.e. sinduvārikā? Ja.vi.550 = Ja.vi.553; *[s …

sopāna →

pts

…reading sopāṇakaḷevara as at MN.ii.92).

  • -panti a flight or row of steps, a ladder Vism.392 (three). *…

sota →

pts

Sota1

neuter ear, the organ of hearing Vin.i.9, Vin.i.34; DN.i.21; Snp.345 (nom pl. sotā); Vism.444 (defined); Dhs.601; Dhs-a.310-dibba-sota the divine ear (cp. dibba-cakkhu) DN.i.79 D …

sovaggika →

pts

adjective connected with heaven Vin.i.294; DN.i.51; AN.ii.54, AN.ii.68; AN.iii.46, AN.iii.51, AN.iii.259; AN.iv.245; SN.i.90; DN-a.i.158.

fr. sagga = *svarga; cp. the similar formation dovārika = dvāra

suddhi →

pts

…(fourfold: desanā˚, saṃvara˚ pariyeṭṭhi˚, paccavekkhaṇa˚); Dhs.1005; Snp.478 suddhiṃvada stating purity, Snp.910; Mnd.326;…

sukha →

pts

…s. dhammā are indriyasaṁvara, tapasaṁkhāta puññadhamma, bojjhangabhāvanā and sabbūpadhipaṭinissaggasankhāta nibbāna)

  • -bhūmi a…

sundara →

pts

…Snp-a.493 (cp. parovara) It is very frequent as Commentary word, e.g. for prefix su˚; Pv-a.57, Pv-a.77; Vv-a.111; for…

sutta →

pts

…as barter for cīvara at Vin.iii.216. 2. the (discursive, narrational part of the Buddhist Scriptures containing the…

sāhuḷacīvara →

pts

coarse cloth MN.i.509 (cp. Deśīnāmamālā viii.52; Karpūramañjarī p. 19; J.P.T.S. 1891, 5 and Prākrit sāhulī, Z.D.M.G., xxviii., p. 415).

sālā →

pts

large (covered & enclosed) hall large room, house; shed, stable etc., as seen fr. foll examples: aggi˚; a hall with a fire Vin.i.25, Vin.i.49 = Vin.ii.210 āsana˚; hall with seats Dhp-a.ii.65; *ud …

sāyana →

pts

Sāyana1

neuter tasting, taste Dhtp.229.

fr. sāyati

Sāyana2

the Nāga tree (cp. nāga 3) Ja.vi.535 (vāraṇā sā yanā = nāgarukkhā, C., ibid. 535, var. read. vāyana) Kern,

Toevoe …

sīla →

pts

…Ja.iii.193 -saṃvara self-restraint in conduct DN.i.69; Dhs.1342; DN-a.i.182. -saṃvuta

sūcikā →

pts

  1. a needle; (fig.) hunger Pv.ii.8#3; Pv-a.107.
  2. a small bolt to a door Vin.ii.120, Vin.ii.148. sūcik’aṭṭha whose bones are like needles (?) Pv.iii.2#3 Pv-a.180 (sūcigātā ti vā pāṭho. Vijjhanatthe …

sūkara →

pts

…Mil.118, Mil.267; Vb-a.11 (vara-sayane sayāpita)
■ f. sūkarī Ja.ii.406 (read vañjha˚).

tanu →

pts

…small, slender Vv.16#2 (vara graceful = uttamarūpa-dhara Vv-a.79; perhaps to 2) Pv-a.46 (of hair: fine + mudhu). 2. (n. nt.) body (orig….

tapa →

pts

…(often brahmacariyā & saṃvara); in this sense held up as an ideal by the Buddha. DN.iii.42 sq., DN.iii.232 (attan & paran˚) DN.iii.239;…

tapassin →

pts

adjective noun one devoted to religious austerities, an ascetic (non-Buddhist). Fig. one who exercises self-control & attains mastery over his senses Vin.i.234 = AN.iv.184 (tapassī samaṇo Gotamo); D …

tapo →

pts

…(often brahmacariyā & saṃvara); in this sense held up as an ideal by the Buddha. DN.iii.42 sq., DN.iii.232 (attan & paran˚) DN.iii.239;…

tarati →

pts

…also tura, turita, turiya.

tvarate, pp. tvarita; also turati, turayati from *ter to turn round, move quickly, perhaps identical with the *ter

tasa →

pts

…ii.10 calaṃ sthāvara]. Metaphorically of people who are in fear & trembling, as distinguished from a thāvara, a selfpossessed & firm…

tasati →

pts

Tasati1

to be thirsty fig. to crave for SN.ii.13; Mil.254
pp tasita1. Cp pari˚.

Sk. tṛṣyati = Gr. τέρσομοι to dry up, Lat. torreo (= E. torrid, toast), Goth. gapairsan & gapa …

tatiya →

pts

Num. ord. the third
■ Snp.97 (parābhavo); Snp.436 (khuppipāsā as the 3rd division in the army of Māra), Snp.1001; Ja.ii.353; Dhp.309; Pv-a.69 (tatiyāya jātiya: in her third birth). Tatiyaṃ (nt. adv …

taṇhā →

pts

…the rise of craving (viz. cīvara, piṇḍapāta, senâsana, itibhavâbhava) AN.ii.10 = Iti.109; DN.iii.228; Vb.375;

  • -kāyā (pl.) (six)…

taṇḍula →

pts

rice-grain, rice husked & ready for boiling; freq. combined with tila (q.v.) in mentioning of offerings, presentations, etc.: loṇaṃ telaṃ taṇḍulaṃ khādaniyaṃ sakaṭesu āropetvā Vin.i.220, Vin.i.238, V …

te →

pts

…three robes (cp. ticīvara) Vin.i.253; Ud.42; Pp.69 Vism.60.

  • -daṇḍika carrying the tripod (see tidaṇḍa);…

thakana →

pts

covering, lid; closing up Dhp-a.iv.85 (saṃvara +).

see next

thaketi →

pts

to cover, cover up, close (usually of doors windows) Vin.ii.134 (kaṇṇagūthakehi kaṇṇā thakitā honti: the ears were closed up), Vin.ii.148 (kavaṭā na thakīyanti, pass.), Vin.ii.209 (vātapāna); Vin. …

thera →

pts

…(one year or more), cp. thāvara old age, then “old = venerable”; (in meaning to be compared w. Lat. senior, etc from num. sem “one” =…

theva →

pts

…In Vin. only in phrase cīvaraṃ… na acchinne theve pakkamitabbaṃ Vin.i.50, Vin.i.53 = Vin.ii.227, Vin.ii.230; Ja.vi.530 (madhu-ttheva a…

thiratā →

pts

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

fr. thira

thāvara →

pts

…Iti.32 (tasaṃ vā thāvaraṃ vā). See tasa for ref.

Vedic sthāvara, from sthā, cp. sthavira, Gr. σταυρός post, Lat. re-stauro,…

thāvareyya →

pts

…his fellow bhikkhus called him Thera.

from thāvara2

thāvariya →

pts

…dhuvabhāvaṃ thāvarabhāvaṃ vā patto na sakkā kenaci cāletuṃ.“ DN.i.88; DN.ii.16, DN.ii.146, DN.ii.169; SN.i.100; Snp.p.106;…

thīna →

pts

…one of the 5 hindrances (nīvaraṇāni) to Arahantship (see below) Def. as cittassa akammaññatā, unwieldiness or impliability of mind (=…

thūṇā →

pts

…again) Gr. στϋλος pillar, “style”; Goth. stojan etc. (see thāvara); Ags. styran = E. steer, Ger. steuer

ti FIXME double →

pts

…or four Dhp-a.i.173; -cīvara (nt.) the 3 robes of a bhikkhu consisting of: diguṇā sanghāṭi, ekacciya uttarāsanga…

tiriyaṃ →

pts

adverb transversely, obliquely, horizontally (as opp to uddhaṃ vertically, above, & adho beneath), slanting across. In combn uddhaṃ adho tiriyaṃ sabbadhi “in all directions whatever” DN.i …

toraṇa →

pts

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

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

tura →

pts

…v.56; turagamana Pv-a.57.

Vedic tura, cp. tvaraṇa

tāla →

pts

  1. the palmyra tree (fan palm), Borassus flabelliformis; freq. in comparisons similes MN.i.187; Ja.i.202 (˚vana), Ja.i.273 (˚matta as tall as a palm): Vv-a.162; Pv-a.100 (chinnamūlo viya tālo)
  2. a …

tīvarā →

pts

Name of a people in the time of Buddha Kakusandha SN.ii.191.

ubbarī →

pts

fertile soil, sown field; fig. woman, wife Ja.vi.473 (= orodha C.).

Sk. urvarā, Av. urvara plant

udaka →

pts

water Vin.ii.120, Vin.ii.213; DN.ii.15 (˚assa dhārā gushes or showers of w.); Dhp.80 Dhp.145; Ja.i.212; Pv.i.5#7; Pp.31, Pp.32; Mil.318; Vv-a.20 (udake temanaṃ aggimhe tāpanaṃ); Dhp-a.i.289; Dhp-a. …

uddhacca →

pts

…of the 5th nīvaraṇa’s and as the 9th of the 10 saṃyojana’s (q.v.), e.g. at DN.i.71, DN.i.246; DN.iii.49,…

uddālaka →

pts

…as indīvara)), or Cordia Myxa lit. “uprooter” Vv.6#7 (= vātaghātako yo rājarukkho ti pi vuccati Vv-a.43); Ja.iv.301…

ukkaṭṭha →

pts

… ■ an˚; Vism.64 (˚cīvara).

  • -niddesa exhaustive exposition, special designation, term par excellence Dhs-a.70;…

upeta →

pts

…(ariyaṃ aṭṭhangavaraṃ upetan = aṭṭhahi angehi upetaṃ yuttaṃ Pv-a.243); Vism.18 (+ sam˚, upagata samupagata etc); Pv-a.7 …

ussanna →

pts

…full of (˚-) Vin.i.285 (cīvaraṃ u. overstocked; Vin.ii.270 (āmisaṃ too abundant); Vin.iii.286 Thig.444 (= upacita Thag-a.271); Ja.i.48,…

uttama →

pts

…combd. with pavara) Kp-a.124; Dhp-a.i.430: Pv-a.1, Pv-a.50
■ dum-uttama a splendid tree Vv.39#3; nar˚ the best of men…

uttara →

pts

Uttara1

adjective

  1. higher, high, superior, upper, only in compounds, Ja.ii.420 (musal˚ with the club on top of him? Cy not clear, perhaps to uttara2); see also below.
  2. nort …

valaya →

pts

…Wtb.* s. v. volvo
■ The Dhtp (274) gives root val in meaning saṃvaraṇa, i.e. obstruct, cover. See further vuṇāti

vappa →

pts

Vappa1

masculine or neuter to be sown, sowing; or soil to be sown on, in paṃsu˚; sowing on light soil & kalala˚; on heavy soil Snp-a.137
Note. The defn of a root *vap …

varaka →

pts

…Phaseolus trilobus Ja.ii.75 (where equal to kalāya); Mil.267; Dhp-a.i.311.

cp. *Sk. varaka

Varaka2

adjective wishing or asking…

varati →

pts

*Varati

& der. (“to choose” as well as “to obstruct”) see vuṇāti.

vṛ

varatta →

pts

Varatta & Varattā

neuter & feminine a strap, thong, strip of leather SN.i.63; AN.ii.33; Snp.622; Dhp.398 (fig. for taṇhā); Ja.ii.153; Ja.v.45….

varattā →

pts

Varatta & Varattā

neuter & feminine a strap, thong, strip of leather SN.i.63; AN.ii.33; Snp.622; Dhp.398 (fig. for taṇhā); Ja.ii.153; Ja.v.45….

varaṇa →

pts

…= Dhp-a.iii.409 (˚kaṭṭhabhañja); Ja.vi.535.

cp. Sk. varaṇa rampart, causeway, wall

varāha →

pts

boar, wild hog Dhp.325 = Thag.17; Ja.v.406 = Ja.vi.277; Mil.364 Sdhp.378.

Vedic varāha & varāhu, freq. in Rigveda

varāka →

pts

adjective wretched, miserable SN.i.231; Ja.iv.285; Vism.315; Vv-a.101; Pv-a.120 (syn for kapaṇa), Pv-a.175 (id.).

cp. Epic Sk. varāka

vasana →

pts

Vasana1

neuter clothing, clothes Snp.971; Thig.374; DN.iii.118 (odāta˚), DN.iii.124 (id.); Mnd.495 (the six cīvarāni); Pv-a.49
vasanāni clothing Mhvs.22, Mhvs.30- *[vasana](/define …

vassa →

pts

…Ja.vi.532, cp. Snp.1073. -vara a eunuch Ja.vi.502 -valāhaka a rain cloud AN.iii.243 (˚devā)….

vattha →

pts

Vattha1

neuter

  1. cloth; clothing, garment raiment; also collectively: clothes; MN.i.36 sq. AN.i.132, AN.i.209, AN.i.286; AN.ii.85, AN.ii.241; AN.iii.27 (odātaṃ), AN.iii.50 (kāsikaṃ), AN. …

vaḍḍhaka →

pts

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

fr. vaḍḍheti

vesiyā →

pts

Vesī & Vesiyā

feminine a woman of low caste, a harlot, prostitute

  1. vesī: Vin.iii.138; Ja.v.425; in cpd. vesi-dvāra a pleasure house Thig.73
  2. vesiyā Vin.i …

vesī →

pts

Vesī & Vesiyā

feminine a woman of low caste, a harlot, prostitute

  1. vesī: Vin.iii.138; Ja.v.425; in cpd. vesi-dvāra a pleasure house Thig.73
  2. vesiyā Vin.i …

vibhajana →

pts

…Ne.5, Ne.8 sq., Ne.38 (+ vivaraṇā uttāni-kammatā); Tikp.10; Snp-a.445 (vivaraṇa, v. uttāni-karaṇa); Dhs-a.343, Dhs-a.344. Cp….

vibhajati →

pts

…SN.v.261 (dhammaṃ vivarati vibhajati uttāni-karoti); Snp.87; Pp.41; Vb.259; Mil.145; Snp-a.237; DN-a.i.104; Pv-a.81, Pv-a.111. ger…

vicikicchā →

pts

…uncertainty (one of the nīvaraṇas) DN.i.246; DN.iii.49, DN.iii.216, DN.iii.234 DN.iii.269; SN.i.99; SN.iii.106 sq. (dhammesu v. doubt about the…

vihāra FIXME double →

pts

Vihāraka = vihāra

(room, hut) Thig.94 (= vasanakaovaraka Thag-a.90).

vihāraka →

pts

Vihāraka = vihāra

(room, hut) Thig.94 (= vasanakaovaraka Thag-a.90).

vijjā →

pts

…of the overcoming of the nīvaraṇas, 2 of the 4 jhānas; the third consists of 8 items, viz 1 ñāṇa-dassana, 2 manomaya-kāya, 3 iddhi 4…

vikappana →

pts

…passages refer to the cīvara. 2. alternative, indecision, indefiniteness (= vikappa), as t. t. g. applied to part.; ca and…

vikappeti →

pts

…give Vin.i.289 (cīvaraṃ); Vin.iv.121 (id.). 4. to arrange, put on, get ready Vin.i.297. 5. to change, alter, shape, form Ja.v.4…

vikkhambhana →

pts

…of support, stopping (the nīvaraṇas or any evil influences or corruptions: kilesa˚), arresting, paralysing; elimination discarding Pts.ii.179;…

vikkhambheti →

pts

…kilese v.); Mil.34 (nīvaraṇe); Dhp-a.iv.119 (pītiṃ vikkhambhetvā: here in meaning “set up, establish” Or to produce such pīti as…

viloma →

pts

…(lit. against the hair), discrepant, reversed, wrong, unnatural Vin.ii.115 (of cīvara: unsightly); Ja.iii.113; Dpvs.vii.55; Dhp-a.i.379;…

vimāna →

pts

…appamāṇe mahanta vara-pāsāda Vv-a.131; = visiṭṭhamānaṃ, pamāṇato mahantaṃ Vv-a.160
■ applied meaning: heavenly…

vinaya →

pts

…by Bdhgh as “saṃvara-vinaya-pahāna-vinaya sannissitaṃ katvā vadatī ti” v. DN-a.i.76, thus taking it as vinaya 3 = MN.iii.49…

vinīvaraṇa →

pts

…BSk., e.g. Mvu.iii.225; Divy.616 sq.

vi + nīvaraṇa

viriya →

pts

…the power of energy DN.iii.229, DN.iii.253; AN.iv.363; Ja.i.109.

vitacchita →

pts

planed, smoothed; su˚; well carded (of a cīvara) Vin.iii.259.

pp. of vitaccheti

vivara →

pts

  1. opening (lit. dis-covering), pore, cleft, leak, fissure Dhp.127 (pabbatānaṃ; cp Divy.532; Mil.150; Pv-a.104); Vism.192, Vism.262; Ja.iv.16; Ja.v.87; Dhp-a.iv.46 (mukha˚); Snp-a.355; Pv-a.152, …

vivarati →

pts

…etc.)
pp vivaṭa.

vi + varati vṛ; see vuṇāti

vivaraṇa →

pts

…Ne.8 (as f.) Snp-a.445.

fr. vivarati

vivatta-cchada →

pts

…a garment, Divy.39). In the second case (vivaṭa˚;) it is pp. of vivarati [vi + vṛ: see vuṇāti

vivaṭa →

pts

…SN.v.263; cp. cetovivaraṇa
■ vivaṭa
is freq.variant reading for vivatta (-cchada) e.g. at AN.ii.44; Snp.372; Dhp-a.iii.195;…

vuṇāti →

pts

…volvo, aperio etc. See vivarati. The pp. *vuta only in combination with prefixes, like pari˚, saṃ˚ It also appears as…

vyāpāda →

pts

…˚dhātu MN.iii.62. ˚nīvaraṇa MN.ii.203. See under each affix
■ Cp. avyāpāda.

fr. vyāpajjati. See also…

vācā →

pts

…Dhp.281 (cp vācāya saṃvara Dhp-a.iv.86).

  • -ābhilāpa “speechjabbering,” forbidden talk Snp.49 (i.e. the 32 tiracchānakathā…

vāka →

pts

…(= cīvara) a bark garment worn by an ascetic Vin.iii.34; AN.i.240, AN.i.295; Ja.i.8, Ja.i.304; Ja.v.132; Pp.55 *…

vāraka →

pts

pot, jar Vin.ii.122 (three kinds: loha˚, dāru˚ and cammakhaṇḍa˚); Ja.i.349 Ja.ii.70; Ja.iii.52 (dadhi˚); Mil.260; Dhs-a.377 (phānita˚).

cp. Sk. vāra & vāraka

vārattika →

pts

adjective consisting of leather or a strap Ja.iii.185.

fr. varatta

vāraṇa →

pts

Vāraṇa1

neuter warding off, obstruction, resistance Vb-a.194, Vb-a.195 (= nivāraṇa)
ātapa˚; sunshade Dāvs i.28; Dāvs v.35.

fr. vṛ; to obstruct

Vāraṇa2

  1. elephant Ja …

vāraṇika →

pts

at Thag.1129 read cāraṇika (a little play): see Brethren 419 note.

vāreti →

pts

  1. to prevent, obstruct, hinder Pv.ii.7#7 (vārayissaṃ I had the habit of obstructing; = nivāresiṃ Pv-a.102); Vv-a.68; Sdhp.364
  2. to ask in marriage Thag-a.266; Pv-a.55

caus 2 vārāpeti to induc …

vāta →

pts

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

yadi →

pts

indeclinable

  1. as conjunction: if; constructed either with pres. indic., as: Snp.189; “yadi bodhiṃ pattuṃ icchasi” Ja.i.24 (v. 167); “yadi dāyako dānaṃ deti… etaṃ bījaṃ hoti” Pv-a.8; or pot.; o …

yakkha →

pts

  1. name of certain non-human beings, as spirits, ogres, dryads, ghosts spooks. Their usual epithet and category of being is amanussa, i.e. not a human being (but not a sublime g …

yanta →

pts

means for holding, contrivance, artifice, instrument machine, mechanism; fig. instrumentality (as perhaps in, kamma˚ at Th passages)
■ Referring to the machinery (outfit) of a ship (as oars, helm, …

yasa →

pts

Yaso & Yasa

neuter glory, fame, repute success, high position. On term as used with ref. to the brahmin see Fick, Sociale Gliederung 128, 129. The prevailing idea of Dhammapāla is that yaso consist …

yasassin →

pts

adjective glorious, famous, renowned, having all endowments or comforts of life (as explained at Cnd.530: yasappatta, sakkata, lābhī etc.) DN.i.48 (ñāta +) AN.ii.34; Snp.179, Snp.298, Snp.343, Snp.11 …

yaso →

pts

Yaso & Yasa

neuter glory, fame, repute success, high position. On term as used with ref. to the brahmin see Fick, Sociale Gliederung 128, 129. The prevailing idea of Dhammapāla is that yaso consist …

yati →

pts

…Vism.79 (vikampeti Mārassa hadayaṃ yatī); Pv-a.287 (instr. muni-vara-yatinā).

fr. yat, cp. Vedic yati leader, guide

yañña →

pts

…as “ye yaññaṃ (viz. cīvaraṃ etc.) esanti” those who wish for a gift, “ye yaññaṃ abhisankharonti” those who get it ready, and…

yebhuyya →

pts

abundant, numerous, most. Not found as adj. by itself, except in phrase yebhuyya-vasena mostly, as a rule Thag-a.51 and Pv-a.136, which is identical with the usual instr. *[yebhuyyena](/define/ye …

yojeti →

pts

  1. to yoke, harness, tie, bind Pv.ii.9#36 (vāhana, the draught-bullock); Mhvs.35, Mhvs.40 (yojayi aor.; variant reading for yojāpayi); Pv-a.74 (sindhave).
  2. to furnish (with), combine, unite, mix, …

yotta →

pts

…Ja.iv.82; Ja.v.45 (cammay- varatta), Ja.v.47; Vism.269; Dhp-a.i.205; Snp-a.137. As dhura-yotta at Ja.i.192; Ja.vi.253.

Vedic yoktra, cp….

yāgu →

pts

…together with cīvarabhājaka, phala-bhājaka & khajja-bhājaka), Vin.iv.38 (yāgu˚, phala˚, khajja˚), Vin.ii.155 (id.);…

yāna →

pts

…(yānaṃ poroseyyaṃ pavara-maṇi-kuṇḍalaṃ, where vv.ll. on p. 561 read voropeyya and oropeyya, which Neumann (unwarrantedly)…

ñāṇa →

pts

… 2. as-˚: anāvaraṇa˚ DN-a.i.100; ariya SN.i.228; AN.iii.451; khanti Pts.i.106 jātissara Ja.i.167; cutûpapāta MN.i.22,…

ñū →

pts

…khaṇa˚, matta˚, ratta˚, vara˚ vipacita˚, veda˚, sabba˚, etc. (q.v.)-fem. abstr. ˚ñutā in same combinations.

Sk -jña, from jānāti,…

ācikkhati →

pts

…paṭṭhapeti vivarati etc., e.g. Mnd.271; Cnd.465; Vism.163
■ attānaṃ ā. to disclose one’s identity Pv-a.89, Pv-a.100
pp…

ākiṇṇa →

pts

…appakiṇṇa); Snp.408 (˚varalakkhaṇa = vipula- varalakkh˚ Snp-a.383); Pv.ii.12#4 (nānā-dijagaṇ = āyutta Pv-a.157); Pp.31;…

ākoṭana →

pts

Ākoṭana1

neuter beating on, knocking MN.i.385; Mil.63, Mil.306; Dhs-a.144.

fr. ākoṭeti

Ākoṭana2

adjective beating, driving, inciting, urging Ja.vi.253 (f. ākoṭanī of paññā, …

ākoṭeti →

pts

  1. to beat down, pound, stamp Ja.i.264.
  2. to beat, knock, thrash Vin.ii.217; Ja.ii.274; Pv-a.55 (aññamaññaṃ); Sdhp.159.
  3. Esp. with ref. to knocking at the door, in phrases aggaḷaṃ ākoṭeti to bea …

ākoṭita →

pts

…flattened & pressed all round (of the cīvara) SN.ii.281; Dhp-a.i.37.

pp. of ākoṭeti

āpajjati →

pts

…exhibit Vin.ii.126 (saṃvaraṃ); DN.i.222 (pariyeṭṭhiṃ); Iti.113 (vuddhiṃ) Ja.i.73; Pp.20, Pp.33 (diṭṭh’ânugatiṃ); Pv-a.29…

ārakkha →

pts

watch, guard, protection, care DN.ii.59; DN.iii.289; SN.iv.97, SN.iv.175, SN.iv.195; AN.ii.120; AN.iii.38; AN.iv.266, AN.iv.270, AN.iv.281 (˚sampadā), AN.iv.322 (id.), AN.iv.400; AN.v.29 sq.; Ja.i.203 …

ātapa →

pts

  1. sun-heat Snp.52; Ja.i.336; Dhs.617; Dpvs.i.57; Vv-a.54; Pv-a.58.
  2. glow, heat (in general Pv.i.7#4; Sdhp.396.
  3. (fig.) (cp. tapa2) ardour, zeal exertion Pv-a.98 (viriyā-tapa; perh …

āvara →

pts

adjective obstructing, keeping off from Ja.v.325 (so to be read in ariya-magg-âvara).

fr. ā + vṛ.

āvarati →

pts

to shut out from (abl.), hold back from, refuse, withhold, obstruct MN.i.380 (dvāraṃ) Snp.922 (pot. ˚aye, cp. Mnd.368); DN-a.i.235 (dvāraṃ) Dpvs.i.38
pp āvaṭa and *āvuta2</s …

āvaraṇa →

pts

…of the teeth“, lip Ja.iv.188; Ja.vi.590.

fr. ā + vṛ; cp. āvarati; BSk. āvaraṇa in pañc’ āvaraṇāni Divy.378

āvaraṇatā →

pts

keeping away from, withholding from AN.iii.436.

abstr. fr. āvaraṇa

āvaraṇīya →

pts

adjective , MN.i.273; an˚; not to be obstructed, impossible to obstruct MN.iii.3; Mil.157.

grd. fr. āvarati

āvaṭa →

pts

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

āvuṇāti →

pts

…derivative of ā + vṛ.

in form = *avṛṇoti, ā + vṛ; cp. āvarati, but in meaning = *āvayati, ā +

āvāra →

pts

warding off, protection, guard Ja.vi.432 (yanta-yutta˚, does it mean “cover, shield”?). For cpd. khandh’āvāra see khandha.

Sk. āvāra, fr. ā + vṛ.

āvāreti →

pts

to ward off, hold back, bar, SN.iv.298; Ne.99.

Sk. āvārayati, ā + Caus. of vṛ.

āyuta →

pts

…fifteen); Snp.301 (nārī-varagaṇ˚ = ˚saṃyutta Snp-a.320); Pv.ii.12#4 (nānā-saragaṇ˚ ˚yutta Pv-a.157). 2. seized, conquered, in…

āḷādvāraka →

pts

adjective at Ja.v.81, Ja.v.82 is corrupt & should with variant reading perhaps better be read; advāraka without doors. Cp Kern,

Toevoegselen

29 (ālāraka?). Ja.v.81 has āḷāraka only.

āṇi →

pts

  1. the pin of a wheel-axle, a linch-pin MN.i.119; SN.ii.266, SN.ii.267; AN.ii.32; Snp.654; Ja.vi.253, Ja.vi.432; Snp-a.243; Kp-a.45, Kp-a.50.
  2. a peg, pin, bolt, stop (at a door) MN.i.119; SN.ii …

īsa →

pts

to have power, perf. īśe = Goth. aih; cp. Sk. īśvara = P. issara, & BSk. īśa, e.g. Jtm.31#81

ṭhapeti →

pts

…Pv-a.4, Pv-a.20 (varaṃ ṭhapetvā denying a wish), Pv-a.39, Pv-a.114 (setting up); Mil.13 (ṭhapetvā setting aside, leaving till…