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…vecikicchin, veneyya, vepulla vematta, vevicchā, veramaṇī, which Bdhgh explains simply as “vi-kārassa ve-kāraṃ katvā…

ababa →

dppn

A name given not to a special purgatory but to a period of time in Avīci.

One term of Ababa is equal to four hundred of Abbuda; an Abbuda being…

abbhavalāhakā →

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…They are embodied in the thunder clouds (cumulus clouds), and when they wish to revel and delight themselves, thunder clouds make their…

abbuda →

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…each century. Snp.p.126…

abhaya →

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…teaches him about the seven bojjhangas.

In the Vinaya, Vin.i.269 Abhaya is mentioned as having discovered Jīvaka Komārabhacca lying on a…

abhayamātā →

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A Therī. Two verses attributed to her are found in the Therigatha. Thig.33–34

abhayā →

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A Therī. Two verses are attributed to her in the Therīgāthā. Thig.35 Thig.46

abhibhū →

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…plane. MN.i.1 They live in the same plane as the Vehapphalā. In the Brahmanimantanika Sutta MN.i.329 the Buddha claims to be Abhibhū (=the…

abhibhūta →

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…The second of these verses is elsewhere SN.i.156 attributed to Abhibhū, chief disciple of Sikhī Buddha. In the Mahāparinibbāna Sutta…

abhirūpanandā →

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AbhirūpanandāAbhirūpaNandā

The two verses preached to her by the Buddha are given in the Therīgāthā. Thig.19–20

acelakassapa →

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…Thera, and that after a conversation with him. obtained his ordination under him.

The Kassapa mentioned in the Acela Sutta SN.ii.18f. is…

aciravata →

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

The novice is throughout…

aciravatī →

dppn

…Vin.ii.237 the five great rivers flowing from the Himālaya eastwards (pācīnaninnā) SN.v.39 into the sea. During the hot season it…

adhikakkā →

dppn

…from their sins. It is mentioned in a list of rivers and ghats. MN.i.39

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adhimutta →

dppn

A Brahmin of Sāvatthī. A verse addressed by him to some corpulent monks is found in the Theragāthā. Thag.114

aggaḷapura →

dppn

A city where Revata went on his way from Soreyya to Sahajāti, prior to the Council of Vesālī. Vin.ii.300

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aggikabhāradvāja →

dppn

…lore“ (the three Vedas). The Buddha gives the brahmin another interpretation of the “threefold lore”;. The brahmin, thereupon,…

aggivessana →

dppn

…of a brahmin clan, the Agnivesyāyanas, and the Ksatriyas who were so styled, took the name from their brahmin priests.

The name is used by the…

aggāḷave cetiye →

dppn

…of worship, but later converted into a Buddhist vihāra. The Buddha stopped here on many occasions during his wanderings, and this was the…

ahaha →

dppn

One of the purgatories mentioned in the Sutta-Nipāta list. Snp.p.126 It is the name given to a period of suffering in Avīci and is equivalent in duration to twenty Ababā. SN.i.152

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ahogaṅgā →

dppn

…There, for some time, lived the Thera Sambhūta Sānavāsi, and it was there that Yasa Kākandakaputta saw him. The meeting of arahants to…

ajakaraṇī →

dppn

…(or Lena°) vihāra where lived the Thera Sabbaka (Sappaka). Thag.307–310

Here also, in a cave, dwelt the Thera Bhūta. Thag.518f.

This…

ajapālanigrodha →

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…to die at once. DN.ii.112 Several other conversations held here with Māra are recorded in the Saṃyutta. SN.i.103f.

Here, also, the Buddha…

ajita →

dppn

…teaching of the Buddha. DN.iii.15–16

Ajita5Ajina

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how sometimes the wise are unknown, while…

ajitakesakambala →

dppn

…nor evil. The answer Ajita gave to Ajātasattu is given elsewhere SN.iii.207 MN.i.515 as being the view of a typical sophist. His name is often…

ajitamāṇava →

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…Nipāta. Snp.1221–1228

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

The Ajita-pucchā are referred to in the…

ajjuka →

dppn

A monk of Vesālī. In settling a dispute regarding the estate of his lay-supporter, he was accused of partisanship by one of the parties concerned…

ajjuna →

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A monk whose Theragāthā verse describes understanding the Dhamma as like drawing oneself from water to dry land. Thag.88

ajātasattu →

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…uncle and nephew seem to have been on very friendly terms. Once Ajātasattu sent Pasenadi a wonderful piece of foreign fabric, sixteen cubits long…

akaniṭṭhā →

dppn

…as a result of the holy lives they had lived under various Buddhas.

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

allakappa →

dppn

…the Buddha, were khattiyas. Having obtained them, they later built a thūpa over them. DN.ii.166–167

near Māgadha, perhaps near…

amalakīvana →

dppn

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

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ambagāma →

dppn

…on the road from Vesāli to Kusināra. This was evidently the road which led from Vesāli northwards to the Malla Country, for other…

ambalaṭṭhikā →

dppn

…Ambalaṭṭhikā seems to have been the Ambalaṭṭhikā-Rāhulovāda Sutta. MN.i.414ff. From the context it appears as though…

ambapālivana →

dppn

…and the Order. It was in Vesāli and was given to the Buddha during his last tour in that town, at the conclusion of the meal to which…

ambapālī →

dppn

…this meal that Ambapālī gave over her park, the Ambapālivana, to the Buddha and the Order. The Buddha accepted the gift and stayed there some…

ambasaṇḍā →

dppn

…north of the village was the Vediyaka mountain, in which was the Indasālaguhā, where the Sakkapañha Sutta was preached. On the occasion of the…

ambatittha →

dppn

…but Sāgata was able to overcome him by means of his iddhi-powers. Later Sāgata visited the Buddha at Bhaddavatikā and went with him to…

ambaṭṭha →

dppn

…wood and seems to have opened his conversation by reviling the Sākiyans and calling them menials. It appears that Ambaṭṭha had once…

ambāṭakavana →

dppn

…grove at Macchikāsaṇḍa, belonging to Cittagahapati. It became the residence of large numbers of monks, and…

andhakavinda →

dppn

…Buddha assured him that heaven would be his inheritance Vin.i.222f. (This was the occasion for the rule that monks who have been invited to a…

andhavana →

dppn

…partly eaten, by cattle thieves. Vin.iii.64 It was here that Uppalavaṇṇā obtained the piece of cow’s flesh which she asked Udāyi to offer…

annabhāra →

dppn

…which are held in esteem by everyone: not-coveting, not-malice, right-mindfulness, right-concentration. AN.ii.29–31

On another occasion they…

anopamā →

dppn

…the Third Fruit of the Path. Later she entered the Order, and on the seventh day thereafter became an arahant. Thig.151–156

anugāra →

dppn

…in the Moranivāpa in Veḷuvana near Rājagaha. He was probably one of the company who was with Sakuludāyi when the Buddha came to visit…

anupiya →

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…of the Bhaggavagotta lived. The Buddha visited him once while staying at Anupiya and it was then that he preached the Pātika Sutta….

anuruddha →

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…mention of them occurring over and over again in his discourses. He attributes all his powers to their development, and admonishes his hearers to…

anurādha →

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…be said of a Tathāgata even in this very life that he really exists, can anything be said regarding him after death?“ SN.iii.116–119…

anāthapiṇḍika →

dppn

…his munificence; he was, however, very pleased when the Buddha addressed him by his own name. Vin.ii.156 He spent eighteen crores on the purchase of…

anūpama →

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A monk whose verses are recorded in the Theragāthā. Thag.213–214

appamāṇābhā →

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…are born there who have absorbed the idea of boundless brilliancy, MN.iii.147 or who are possessed of faith, virtue, learning, munificence…

aputtaka →

dppn

…Tagarasikhī, but later he repented and wished that he had given the food to slaves and workmen.

aranemi →

dppn

…teacher of a past age, given in a list of six teachers, who were purohitas. AN.iii.373 The others were Sunetta, Mūgapakkha, Kuddālaka,…

arañña →

dppn

…had once been the sites of very populous and prosperous kingdoms, but had later been destroyed by the gods because of offences committed by their…

ariṭṭha →

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…and were possessed of unwavering faith in the Buddha, the Dhamma and the Saṅgha. They practised Ariyan conduct and had won wisdom and…

asama →

dppn

…once visited the Buddha at Veḷuvana, in the company of Sahali, Ninka, Ākoṭaka, Vetambarī and Mānava-Gāmiya.

They were disciples of…

asibandhakaputta →

dppn

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

asipattavana →

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…grove appears as a mango grove, and when the inhabitants of purgatory enter, wishing to eat the mangoes, leaves which are sharp like swords fall on…

asita →

dppn

…sage (isi). His story is given in the Assalāyana Sutta. MN.ii.154ff. Once there were seven brahmin sages living in thatched cabins in the…

asokā →

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…in the Suddhāvāsā, there to pass away, destined never to return. SN.v.358

assaji →

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…understood and hurried to give the glad tidings to Moggallāna that he had succeeded in his quest. Vin.i.39ff.

One day when Assaji was going…

assajipunabbasukā →

dppn

…of life. It is true, however, that even on this occasion when the Buddha sent for them, they came dutifully and listened patiently to his…

assaka →

dppn

…occur in the list of twelve countries given in the Janavasabha Sutta. The capital of Assaka, was called Potana. DN.ii.235 The Assakas had…

assalāyana →

dppn

…very learned in the Vedas and allied subjects. Five hundred brahmins staying in the city asked him to hold a discussion with the Buddha and…

asura →

dppn

…leader, most commonly, however, Vepacitti SN.i.222 SN.iv.201ff. and Rāhu. AN.ii.17 AN.ii.53 AN.iii.243 Besides these we find Pahārāda,…

asurindakabhāradvāja →

dppn

AsurindakabhāradvājaAsurindakaBhāradvāja

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

avakaṇṇaka →

dppn

Given in the Pācittiya rules’ as an example of a low name (hīnanāma). Vin.iv.6ff.

avanti →

dppn

…the time of the Vesāli Council, however, Avanti had become one of the important centres of the orthodox school, for we find Yasa…

avantiputta →

dppn

…was staying in the Gundā Grove in Madhurā.

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

It is said that after the interview…

avihā →

dppn

…world ranks among the five foremost of the rupa-worlds, the Suddhāvāsā.DN.ii.52 DN.iii.237 DN.iii.237 Anāgāmīs are born in Avihā and…

avīci →

dppn

…in a list of purgatories given in the Sutta Nipāta Snp.126–131 and in the Saṃyutta. SN.i.152 It is, however, found in a poem in the…

ayujjhā →

dppn

…adjacent to or an alternative name for Sāketa. However, in the Pali texts gaṅgā is sometimes used for any river, and that would seem to be…

añjanavana →

dppn

…Kuṇḍaliya, SN.v.73 who lived near by. Here were preached the Sāketa Sutta and the Jarā Sutta.

When Ānanda was staying there a nun of the…

aññātakoṇḍañña →

dppn

…AN.i.23

Several verses attributed to Koṇḍañña are given in the Theragāthā, admonishing fellow celibates to lead the…

aḷaka →

dppn

…banks of the Godhāvarī River. It was at a spot between the territories of the Aḷaka and the Assaka kings that Bāvarī lived. Snp.977 To the…

aṅga →

dppn

…one people. They provide Uruvelā-Kassapa with offerings for his great sacrifice. Vin.i.27

Several discourses were preached in the Aṅga…

aṅgulimāla →

dppn

…bandit. Aṅgulimāla was converted by the Buddha’s power and received the “ehi bhikkhu pabbajjā” Thag.868–870 while the populace were…

aṅguttarāpa →

dppn

…on the other side of that river .

It was here, in the village Āpaṇa, that the Buddha was staying when the Jaṭila Keṇiya came to see him;…

aṅgīrasi →

dppn

…and were versed in Vedic lore. The others being Aṭṭhaka, Vāmaka, Vāmadeva, Vessāmitta, Yamataggi, Bhāradvāja, Vāseṭṭha,…

aṭṭhaka →

dppn

…sages did not claim to have discerned and realised the five qualities-truth, austerities, chastity, study and munificence—specified by the…

aṭṭhama →

dppn

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

bahudhīti →

dppn

…Bhāradvājagotta who had seven widowed daughters and was much in debt. One day he lost fourteen oxen, and, after searching for them for six days,…

bahukā →

dppn

BahukāBāhukā

A river to which sacrifices were offered. MN.i.39

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bahuputta cetiya →

dppn

…in the neighbourhood of Vesāli, to the north of that city. DN.iii.9 The Buddha is said to have stayed there DN.ii.118; Ud.vi.1…

baka →

dppn

…of his magical power, prevented Baka from disappearing from sight, while he himself dissolved into complete darkness. The Buddha then proceeded…

bakkula →

dppn

…and left the world. For seven days he remained unenlightened, but on the dawn of the eighth day he became an arahant. Later, the Buddha declared…

baliharaṇa →

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BaliharaṇaBaliharana

A forest tract near Kusinārā where the Buddha is said to have stayed. AN.i.274 AN.v.79 The Kinti Sutta was preached there. MN.ii.238

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bandhura →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of not wanting to drink poison after tasting the Dhamma. Thag.103

belaṭṭhakaccāna →

dppn

…they wished, much was left over, and the Buddha asked Kaccāna to throw it into the water. This he did, and the water crackled. The Buddha preached…

belaṭṭhasīsa →

dppn

…and promulgated a rule forbidding this. Vin.iv.86 His Theragāthā verses speak of how the days pass happily. Thag.16

belaṭṭhānika →

dppn

BelaṭṭhānikaBelaṭṭhakāni

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of how the spiritual life is wasted in gluttony. Thag.101

beluva →

dppn

BeluvaBeluvagāmaVeluvaVeluvagāma

A village near Vesāli, where the Buddha spent his last vassa.

It was at this time that the Buddha, in answer to…

bhadda →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verses tell how his parents with pride and compassion brought him to the Buddha to be ordained. Ānanda gave him the…

bhaddavāggiyā →

dppn

…gone picnicking with their wives in a forest glade between Bārāṇasi and Uruvelā. One of them had no wife, and for him they found a courtesan;…

bhaddiya →

dppn

…The Buddha visited there several times and stayed sometimes at the Jātiyāvana where Meṇḍaka, who lived there, came to see him. Vin.ii.242…

bhaddā →

dppn

…are included several verses spoken by her when she had been a nun for fifty years, wandering about in Aṅga, Māgadha, Kāsi and…

bhaddāli →

dppn

…on the advice of his fellow monks, confessed his fault to the Buddha and begged for forgiveness. MN.i.437ff. The Buddha praised this action and…

bhadragaka →

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A headman of Uruvelakappa and father of Ciravāsi. SN.iv.327

bhadrā →

dppn

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses speak of going forth out of faith and attaining the Dhamma. Thig.9

bhadrāvudha →

dppn

…as to how a man could get over attachment and cross the flood. By grasping after nothing in the world, answered the Buddha, for Māra follows the…

bhaggava →

dppn

…seems to have been a generic name for all potters, perhaps a special form of address used towards members of the kumbhakāra

bhaggavagotta →

dppn

A clothed Wanderer who lived in a pleasance near Anupiya.

He was a friend of Sunakkhatta. The Buddha once visited him, and their conversation is…

bhaggā →

dppn

…Buddha went there several times in the course of his wanderings AN.ii.61 AN.iv.85 Vin.ii.127 Vin.iv.115 Vin.iv.198 and three rules for the…

bhagu →

dppn

…left his cell in order to drive away his drowsiness, he fell as he was stepping on to the terrace, and, urged thereby to further effort, he…

bhallika →

dppn

…while still near Uruvelā. Vin.i.3f. AN.i.26

The Theragāthā Thag.7 contains a verse spoken by Bhallika when Māra tried to frighten…

bharata →

dppn

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

bharaṇḍukālāma →

dppn

…again contradicted him, and even, also, a third time. Grieved at being slighted by the Buddha in the presence of Mahānāma, an important Sākiyan,…

bhañña →

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natthikavāda, but who, nevertheless, agreed that the khandhas might be divided into past, present and future and who accepted the teaching of…

bhaṇḍagāma →

dppn

A Vajjian village between Vesāli and Hatthigāma and near the former.

The Buddha visited it during his last tour, and while there he talked to the…

bhaṇḍu →

dppn

…reported to the Buddha at Veḷuvana for disputing with Abhiñjaka, colleague of Anuruddha. The Buddha sent for the disputants and rebuked them…

bhesakalāvana →

dppn

…the neighbourhood of the grove. Vin.ii.127

It was while staying in this grove that Mahā Moggallāna was molested by Māra and he preached the…

bhoganagara →

dppn

…pupils on their way to Rājagaha. It lay between Pāvā and Vesāli. Snp.1013

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bhuñjatī →

dppn

Wife of Vessavaṇa and a devout follower of the Buddha. Once, when Sakka went to see the Buddha at the Salaḷāgāra, he found the Buddha engaged…

bhāradvāja →

dppn

…clan had been converted by the Buddha—visits the Buddha and insults him.

Later he is himself converted and becomes an arahant….

bhūta →

dppn

Bhūta

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of the greatest contentment while living among the harsh conditions of the forest. Thag.518–526

bimbisāra →

dppn

…Vin.i.35ff.

It may have been in Veḷuvana that the king built for the monks a storeyed house, fully plastered. Vin.ii.154 With the…

bodhi →

dppn

…come and, the next day, arrived with the monks for a meal. Bodhi came, with his retinue, to meet them at the foot of the steps and asked the Buddha…

bodhisatta →

dppn

The name given to a being who aspires to Bodhi or Awakening. Originally only in connection with the last life of a Buddha, especially after having…

brahmadatta →

dppn

…divided Jambudīpa into seven equal portions for Reṇu and his six friends, Brahmadatta was given the kingdom, of the Assakas, with Potama as…

brahmadeva →

dppn

…and, in due course, arrived at his mother’s house. She was in the habit of making an oblation to Brahmā, but, on that day, Sahampati…

brahmaloka →

dppn

The highest of the celestial worlds, the abode of the Brahmas.

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brahmāli →

dppn

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

brahmāyu →

dppn

…the thirty two marks, resolved to observe the Buddha in his every posture and, to this end, followed him about for seven months. He then returned…

buddha →

dppn

…age of 35 at Bodhgaya, at Uruvelā on the banks of the Nerañjarā. After an initial hesitation he decided to teach the Dhamma he had found, and he…

bulī →

dppn

Bulī

The name of a gotta. They claimed one eighth share of the Buddha’s relics and raised a thūpa over them in their city of Allakappa. DN.ii.167

bāhiya →

dppn

…heap, asked the monks to remove it and to have it burnt, erecting a thūpa over the remains. In the assembly he declared Bāhiya to be foremost…

bāhumati →

dppn

A holy river where men bathe in order to expiate their sins. MN.i.39

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bāhuna →

dppn

A monk who is said to have asked the Buddha, while on the banks of the Gaggarā Lake in Campā, about the conditions from which the Tathāgata is…

bāhuraggi →

dppn

BāhuraggiBahunandi

One of seven beings born in the Avihā world, there to pass away entirely. SN.i.35 SN.i.60

bālakaloṇakāra →

dppn

…to say whether a village (gāma) is meant or only a grove (ārāma).

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bārānasī →

dppn

…J.vi.160; MA.ii.608 to have been twelve leagues. The names of several kings are mentioned in the Jātakas, among them being those of Anga,…

bāvarī →

dppn

…in that of Alaka.

He received the revenue of a village near by and held a great sacrifice, spending all he possessed. Then to him came a brahmin…

bījaka →

dppn

…his lay days. He was conceived after Sudinna had already been ordained. His wife came to him during her period and begged him to give her an…

cakkaratana →

dppn

…from the sight of men for seven days; it gives warning of a Cakkavatti’s impending death by slipping from its place some time before the event….

cakkavatti →

dppn

…through the air. Then the Veḷuriya-gem from Vepullapabbata, with eight facets, the finest of its species, shedding light for a league around….

cakkavāla →

dppn

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

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cakkhupāla →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse says that though he is walking blind on a wilderness road he will not go on with an evil companion. Thag.95

campā →

dppn

…On its banks was a grove of campaka-trees, well known for the fragrance of their marvellous white flowers, and there, in the Buddha’s…

candana →

dppn

…Nikāya SN.i.53 records a conversation between Candana and the Buddha and a visit paid by Candana to Mahā Moggallāna….

candanaṅgalika →

dppn

…The rājās thereupon gave Candanangala five robes which he presented to the Buddha. SN.i.81f.

The story is very similar to that of the…

candikāputta →

dppn

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

candimā →

dppn

…he invoked the Buddha in a verse and the Buddha asked Rāhu to set him at liberty, which request was granted. SN.i.50 The deva Candimasa who is…

caṅkī →

dppn

…MN.ii.202

Caṅkī lived in the brahmin village of Opasāda, on a royal fief granted him by Pasenadi. When the Buddha came to Opasāda,…

caṇḍa →

dppn

…explained that the one man gives way to passion, resentment and illusion; therefore, others harass him; he shows vexation and comes to be called…

caṇḍakālī →

dppn

…practices. She once applied for permission to ordain nuns but was refused, and on discovering that other nuns had obtained this permission she…

caṇḍappajjota →

dppn

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

caṇḍā →

dppn

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

cetiya →

dppn

…visited the Ceti country several times. The Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.v.436f. records a discussion on the four Ariyan Truths among a number of…

chaddantā →

dppn

One of the seven great lakes of the Himālaya region. AN.iv.101

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channa →

dppn

…monks were forbidden to have anything whatsoever to do with him. This was the last disciplinary act of the Buddha, and the carrying out thereof…

citta →

dppn

…personality. At the end of the discourse Citta once more joined the Order, never again to leave it, for he soon after became an arahant….

cittaka →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of how the cries of the beautiful peacocks wake the meditator to practice. Thag.22

cittapāṭali →

dppn

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

cullakokanadā →

dppn

…Kokanadā. She visited the Buddha at the Kutāgārasālā in Vesāli and questioned him. SN.i.30

cunda →

dppn

…bed for him in the Mango grove by the Kakutthā River. DN.ii.134f. Ud.viii.5

Cunda is mentioned SN.iv.50f. MN.iii.263f. as having…

cāla →

dppn

…their visits to the Buddha. AN.v.133 In this context he is spoken of as a very eminent Elder and was, therefore, evidently an arahant.

cālikā →

dppn

…was the village of Jantu where Meghiya went for alms. In the neighbourhood was the river Kimikālā, on whose banks was a mango grove….

cāpā →

dppn

…had renounced his vows to have a child with her, but now regretted his decision and wanted to return to the holy life under the Buddha. She gave…

cāpāla cetiya →

dppn

…shrine near Vesāli. Here the Buddha, three months before his parinibbāna, definitely decided to accede to the request of Māra…

cātummahārājikā →

dppn

…acts of piety and faith which, however, are based on motives not very exalted. AN.iv.60

cūḷagavaccha →

dppn

CūḷagavacchaCūlagavaccha

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of how a joyful monk would realize the state of peace. Thag.11

cūḷaka →

dppn

…good earth, and how happily he meditates….

cūḷapanthaka →

dppn

…the end of the lesson, he overheard their remarks, and forthwith gave an exhibition of his magical powers and of his wide knowledge of the…

dabbamallaputta →

dppn

…of a rich man, who, discovering their identity, gave orders that they were to be fed anyhow. The Mettiya-Bhummajakā were greatly offended, and…

dakkhiṇāgiri →

dppn

…Ānanda is also said to have travelled through Dakkhiṇāgiri, gathering a large number of young men into the Order, who, however, do not appear…

dakkhiṇāpatha →

dppn

…Vin.ii.298

In J.v.133, however, Avanti is spoken of as a part of Dakkhinapatha (Dakkhinupathe Avantirattha), but see J.iii.463, where…

dalhika →

dppn

…that account, become a pārājika. But the value of the turban was less than five māsakas and the pupil was saved from a pārājika offence….

dantikā →

dppn

…she saw how a well tamed elephant obeyed its master’s commands, and developing insight on this theme, she became an arahant. Thig.48–50

dasama →

dppn

…Vesāli, he entertained them and presented each with two lengths of cloth, while to Ānanda he gave a suit of three robes and built for him a cell…

daḷhanemi →

dppn

…he handed the kingdom over to his eldest son and became a hermit. Later he taught his son how he, in turn, could become a Cakkavatti….

daṇḍakīrañña →

dppn

…of King Dandakī….

devadatta →

dppn

…visited him morning and evening with five hundred chariots and sent him daily five hundred dishes of food.

Sometime later, Devadatta went to…

devahita →

dppn

…complaint. Devahita came later to the Buddha, and after some conversation he was converted. SN.i.174f.

devasabha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of how one with right effort will overcome defilements. Thag.100

dhamma →

dppn

…lake in front of the palace mentioned above. DN.ii.184.

5lake

dhammadinnā →

dppn

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

dhammapāla →

dppn

Dhammapāla

A monk whose Theragāthā verses praise the young monk who by virtue of his practice is awake while the world sleeps. Thag.203–204

dhammasava →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of going forth and attaining the three knowledges. Thag.107

dhammika →

dppn

…Dhammika had to leave seven lodgings, one after the other, because the lay supporters of the lodgings could not tolerate his insulting…

dhammā →

dppn

…whose Therīgāthā verse tells of how one day, while returning from her alms round, she slipped and fell. Meditating on this, she became…

dhaniya →

dppn

…the slopes of Isigili and lived there with several others during the rains. He continued to live there after the others had left. While he was away…

dharaṇī →

dppn

A lake in Kuvera’s city. DN.iii.201

5lake

dhotaka →

dppn

…The questions he asked of the Buddha on this occasion, and the answers given, are found in the Dhotakamāṇavapucchā. Snp.p.204f.

dhīrā →

dppn

…Thig.6

Dhīrā2Vīrā

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verse speaks of how the heroic one overcomes Māra. Thig.7

disā →

dppn

A slave-woman of Okkāka. She was the mother of Kaṇha, ancestor of the Kaṇhāyanā-gotta. DN.i.93

doṇa →

dppn

…parts, one of which he gave to each king. He himself kept the vessel used for collecting and dividing the relics, and over it he built a thūpa,…

dānaveghasā →

dppn

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

dāsaka →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse says that one who eats much and is lazy will keep being reborn. Thag.17

Perhaps it is this same Dāsaka who is…

dīghakārāyana →

dppn

…king. Once, during their travels, they came to Nangaraka and, hearing that the Buddha was at Medatalumpa, went to see him, but Dīgha stayed…

dīghalaṭṭhi →

dppn

A devaputta who once visited the Buddha at the Kalandakanivāpa in Veḷuvana and spoke a verse. SN.i.52

dīghanakha →

dppn

…a sotāpanna. In the sutta he is addressed as Aggivessana. MN.i.497f.

dīghatapassī →

dppn

…him to a discussion, at the end of which Upāli was converted. MN.i.371ff.

dīghāyu →

dppn

…of this kind; in order to avenge their death, but when the occasion arose he made peace with Brahmadatta. His father’s kingdom was restored to…

dīghīti →

dppn

…place of refuge was discovered and he and his wife were being led to the place of execution when Dīghāyu, who was on a visit to the city, saw…

dūsī →

dppn

…them. But, owing to the intervention of Kakusandha, Dūsī’s attempts failed and he was born in the Mahā Niraya. The story is given in the…

ekadhammasavanīya →

dppn

EkadhammasavanīyaEkadhammasavaniyaEkadhammika

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

ekanāḷā →

dppn

…Once, during the eleventh year of his ministry, the Buddha visited the village and preached to Kāsī-Bhāradvāja the sutta which bears…

ekapuṇḍarīka →

dppn

…in the Mahāvana of Vesāli. The Buddha went there to see Vacchagotta, and it was on this occasion that the Tevijja-Vacchagotta Sutta was…

ekuddāniya →

dppn

…not sorrow. Thag.68

The verse attributed above to Ekuddāniya, occurs in the Vinaya Vin.iv.54 as having been constantly used by Cūḷapanthaka.

eraka →

dppn

A verse admonishing this monk is found in the Theragāthā. Thag.93

esukārī →

dppn

…all four castes alike can live the good life, which is the true service, and follow the Dhamma, which is the true wealth. At the end of the…

eḷeyya →

dppn

…In his retinue were Yamaka, Moggalla, Ugga, Nāvindakī, Gandhabba, and Aggivessa, all of whom were also followers of the same teacher….

eṇikūla →

dppn

A town on the river Eṇi. One of Baka’s good deeds which brought him rebirth in the Brahma-world was that of having set free the inhabitants when…

gagga →

dppn

…and suggested that he be given absolution for his offences, in view of his insanity. The monks acted according to the Buddha’s advice. Vin.i.123…

gahvaratīriya →

dppn

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

gajaṅgala →

dppn

…to the nun Kajaṅgalā to have it explained in detail. AN.v.54f. On another occasion the Buddha stayed in the Mukheluvana and was visited there…

gandhabbā →

dppn

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

They wait…

gavesī →

dppn

…the Buddha smiled; when asked the reason for his smile, he replied that the grove was the scene of Gavesī’s practice of the religious life….

gayā →

dppn

…Buddha stayed at Gayā on several occasions: once at Gayāsīsa, Vin.i.34 SN.iv.19 AN.iv.302 and also near the Tankitamañca, Snp.p.47 SN.i.207 the…

gayākassapa →

dppn

…lived at Gayāsīsa. When Uruvelā-Kassapa was converted, Gayā-Kassapa, with his followers, joined the Order, and at the conclusion of the…

gayāsīsa →

dppn

…Devadatta managed to win over five hundred of the monks to his side, it was to Gayāsīsa that he retired with them, and there it was that the…

gaṅgātīriya →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of his austere life by the Ganges river. Thag.127–128

geyya →

dppn

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

ghaṭīkāra →

dppn

…that occasion, speaks of several others who had been his friends in Vehaliṅga—Upaka, Phalaganda, Pukkusāti, Bhaddiya, Khaṇḍadeva,…

ghoṭamukha →

dppn

…the daily allowance of five hundred kahāpanas which he regularly received from the king of Aṅga. Udena suggested that the money might be…

gijjhakūṭa →

dppn

…Lakkhaṇa are reported to have stayed there, and to have seen many inhabitants of Rājagaha reborn in Gijjhakūṭa as petas. SN.ii.254 Vin.iii.104…

girimānanda →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of his delight in meditating in his small hut while it rains. Thag.325–329

The Giri Sutta was preached in…

giñjakāvasatha →

dppn

…“Brick Hall” was, however, not designed for the Buddha and his monks alone, for we find mention of members of other sects staying there,…

godatta →

dppn

…Thag.659–672 contains several stanzas attributed to him, which speak of remaining even among the challenges of life, and the importance of…

godha →

dppn

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

godhika →

dppn

…but when the Buddha arrived it was too late and Godhika lay “supine on his couch with his shoulders twisted around.” The Buddha, however,…

godhāvarī →

dppn

GodhāvarīGodhāvari

A river in Dakkhiṇāpatha, of which it forms the southern boundary, rising in Brahmagiri near the village of…

gomatakakandarā →

dppn

…grotto some distance from Veḷuvana in Rājagaha. Monks coming to Rājagaha from afar were provided with lodging there, and Dabba Mallaputta was…

gonaddha →

dppn

…and Ujjeni, and the next stopping place after Gonaddha was Vedisā. Sn.vs.1011.

23.415453,77.072485town

gopaka →

dppn

…he was given a set of robes. Vin.i.300

Gopaka3

A deva. A series of verses attributed to Gopaka are given in the Sakkapañha Sutta….

gosiṅgasālavanadāya →

dppn

…and others, their conversation led to the preaching of the Mahāgosiṅga Sutta….

gosāla →

dppn

Gosāla

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of how after eating honey and rice he returns to his hillside to meditate. Thag.23

gotamakacetiya →

dppn

…near and to the south of Vesāli. DN.iii.9 It was considered one of the beautiful spots of that town DN.ii.102 DN.ii.118 and the Buddha stayed…

govindiya →

dppn

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

guttā →

dppn

…bhikkhunī to whom several Therīgāthā verses are addressed, encourageing her to overcome the defliments that have long kept her trapped in…

gāthā →

dppn

…the Theragāthā and Therīgāthā, and other verses. Vin.iii.8

hatthaka →

dppn

…AN.i.26 The books record several conversations between the Buddha and Hatthaka. He once saw the Buddha at Gomagga in Siṃsapāvana, near Alavi,…

hatthigāmaka →

dppn

A village on the road from Vesāli to Bhoganagara. It was the residence of Ugga-gahapati and is described as a village of the Vajjians.

The Buddha…

hatthārohaputta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of taming this mind like an elephant. Thag.77

heraññakāni →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of the impermanence of life, and the bitter fruit of evil deeds. Thag.145–146

himavā →

dppn

…mountains. In Himavā, are seven great lakes, each fifty leagues in length, breadth and depth—Anotattā, Kaṇṇamuṇḍā, Rathakāra,…

hiraññavatī →

dppn

A river, on the bank of which was the Upavattana Sālavana of the Mallas of Kusināra, where the Buddha died. DN.ii.137

Hirakinari1river

huhuṅka →

dppn

The descriptive name of a brahmin who visited the Buddha at the Ajapālanigrodha seven days after his Enlightenment and asked him questions regarding…

hāliddakāni →

dppn

…SN.iv.115f. he questioned the Elder regarding the diversity of sensations.

hārita →

dppn

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

Hārita3

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of…

iccānaṅgala →

dppn

…Nipāta Snp.p.115 mentions several eminent brahmins who lived there, among them Caṅkī, Tārukkha, Pokkarasāti, Jāṇussoṇi and…

inda →

dppn

…Pāḷi equivalent of the Vedic Indra. He is referred to only very seldom in the Nikāyas, but is usually identifed as Sakka. In one such passage…

indakūṭa →

dppn

A peak near Rājagaha, the abode of the yakkha Indaka. The Buddha once lived there. SN.i.206

25.0209, 85.462643hill

indapatta →

dppn

…power.

The town was seven leagues in extent J.v.57; J.v.484 and there was a road that ran straight from Indapatta to Baranasi J.v.59.

In…

indasālaguhā →

dppn

A cave on the Vediya mountain, to the north of Ambasaṇḍā, which was a brahmin village, east of Rājagaha. Once, when the Buddha was staying…

isidatta →

dppn

…put forth energy. He speaks very appreciatively of their loyalty to him and to his religion and congratulates them on the possession of virtuous…

isidāsa →

dppn

…village. The people there gave them food and robes, but they refused to accept their share of these, because, according to the rule, the robes are…

isidāsī →

dppn

…which contains forty-seven verses ascribed to her, describes not only her present life, but also her past lives. She had been a worker in gold…

isigili →

dppn

…number of Nigaṇṭhas lived at Kāḷasilā, never sitting down, undergoing paroxysms of acute pain and agony, following the teachings of…

isipatana →

dppn

…Sutta mentioned above, several other suttas were preached by the Buddha while staying at Isipatana, among them.

  • the Pañca Sutta…

jambudīpa →

dppn

…etc. This continent derives its name from the Jambū-tree which grows there, its trunk fifteen yojanas in girth, its outspreading branches…

jambugāmika →

dppn

JambugāmikaJambugāmiya

A monk whose Theragāthā verse asks whether he is intent on adornments or virtue. Thag.28

jambuka →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how he practiced severe austerities for 55 year before going for refuge in the Buddha and attaining…

janogha →

dppn

A city in Uttarakuru, Kuvera’s kingdom. DN.iii.20

5town

jantugāma →

dppn

…Cālikā; close by was the river Kimikālā with the mango-grove on its banks. Meghiya, while staying with the Buddha at Cālikā, once went to…

jatilagāhī →

dppn

The name given to a bhikkhunī, who, so Ānanda tells Udāyī, came to see him at the Añjanavana in Sāketā. The nun asked him for what purpose the…

jayasena →

dppn

…the novice Aciravata at Veḷuvana in Rājagaha and asked him to teach the Doctrine. Reluctantly the novice did so, but at the end of the…

jaṭābhāradvāja →

dppn

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

jenta →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of his former pride and arrogance and how these have been left behind due to following the Buddha….

jentā →

dppn

JentāJentī

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses speak of developing the path and becoming Awakened. Thig.21

jetavana →

dppn

…Buddha’s residence, discovered this park belonging to Jeta. Anāthapiṇḍika built in the grounds dwelling rooms, retiring rooms, store rooms…

jinadattā →

dppn

A bhikkhunī mentioned in the Therīgāthā verses of Isidāsi, who describes Jinadattā as a learned and virtuous expert in the Vinaya. Thig.427

jotidāsa →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of kamma. Thag.143–144

jotipāla →

dppn

…some time, Jotipāla took leave of the seven kings, his disciples and his wives, and spent the four months of the rainy season in a retired spot…

jāliya →

dppn

…with the Buddha at Vesāli, he went to the Tindukkhāna-paribbājakārāma and tried to get Pātikaputta to come. But the latter was…

jātiyāvana →

dppn

A grove near Bhaddiya. The Buddha, when once staying there, laid down a rule about the use of slippers by monks. Vin.i.189f. There the banker…

jāṇussoṇi →

dppn

…own faith in him or of discovering their views. Two such conversations are recorded—one with Subha Todeyyaputta, MN.ii.209 the other with…

jīvaka →

dppn

…order that they might receive that treatment. On discovering that the Order was thus being made a convenience of, he asked the Buddha to lay down…

jīvakambavana →

dppn

…built a monastery in the grove, and there the Buddha stayed several times. On one such occasion Ajātasattu visited the Buddha and the…

jīvā →

dppn

JīvāJīvanti

Daughter of Ubbirī, whose tragic death spurred Ubbirī overcome her attachment. Thig.51

kaccāna →

dppn

…to by Ānanda in a conversation with Channa. SN.iii.134

The Kaccānagotta is mentioned among the higher castes, together with Moggallāna…

kaddamadaha →

dppn

A river where Mahākaccāyana sometimes stayed.

Avanti3river

kajangala →

dppn

…to the nun Kajaṅgalā to have it explained in detail. AN.v.54f. On another occasion the Buddha stayed in the Mukheluvana and was visited there by…

kajaṅgalā →

dppn

…Buddha was residing in the Veḷuvana there, the inhabitants of the village went to her and asked her to explain in detail what the Buddha had…

kakkaṭa →

dppn

…the Kūṭāgārasālā in Vesāli. When the Licchavis started coming there to pay their respects to the Buddha, the monks, desiring solitude,…

kakudha →

dppn

…birth in the highest heavens, there to pass away entirely. DN.ii.92

Kakudha2

A deva who visited the Buddha at the Añjanavana in…

kakudhā →

dppn

…On its bank was a mango-grove where the Buddha rested awhile on a robe spread for him by Cundaka; there he reassured Cunda, telling him that no…

kakusandha →

dppn

…birth of Moggallāna), gave a great deal of trouble to the Buddha and his followers, trying greatly the Buddha’s patience.MN.i.333ff.

kalandagāma →

dppn

KalandagāmaKalandaKalaṇḍaka

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

26.008658,85.2676393town

kallavāḷaputta →

dppn

…Mahā-Moggallāna lived there immediately after his ordination, and on the seventh day, while meditating there, he became an arahant, being…

kamboja →

dppn

…a master could become a slave or vice versa. Elsewhere Kamboja is mentioned as a place not visited by women of other countries. AN.ii.82

35.3219,…

kammāsadhamma →

dppn

…Māgaṇḍiya was converted.

Several important discourses were preached at Kammāsadamma, among them being the Mahānidāna Sutta, DN.ii.55…

kandaraka →

dppn

…those who torment themselves, torment others, torment both themselves and others, and, lastly, those who torment neither, dwelling beyond…

kannakujja →

dppn

…Vin.iii.11.

It may have been the very road followed by Revata when going from Sankassa to Sahajāti, this road passing through Kannakujja,…

kapilavatthu →

dppn

…lay a direct road to Vesālī, Vin.ii.253 and through Kapilavatthu passed the road taken by Bāvarī’s disciples from Alaka to Sāvatthī….

kapinaccanā →

dppn

Kapinaccanā may have been a name for the cemetery near Vesāli where Kappitaka lived. Vin.iv.306

near Vesāli3park

kaplia →

dppn

A sinful monk who lived in a village near Kosambī. He was the friend of Paṇḍaka. Vin.iii.67

kapotakandara →

dppn

…and a yakkha, passing overhead with his friend to an assembly of yakkhas, yielded, despite the warning of his friend, to the temptation to…

kappa →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of the unattractiveness of the body. Thag.567–576 In the Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.iii.169f. two suttas…

kappatakura →

dppn

A monk whose verses are found in the Theragāthā. Thag.199–200

kappitaka →

dppn

…to Upāli, and once lived in a cemetery near Vesāli. In the cemetery the group of six nuns buried the ashes of one of their leaders and…

kappāsika vanasaṇḍa →

dppn

…Vanasaṇḍa

A grove near Uruvelā. There the a group of men came across the Buddha while seeking for a woman who had run away with…

karerimaṇḍalamāḷa →

dppn

…The monks seem to have been in the habit of sitting out here and talking on various topics at the close of the day. One such topic is…

kassapa →

dppn

…under Kassapa is mentioned Gavesī, who, with his five hundred followers, strove always to excel themselves until they attained their goal….

kassapagotta →

dppn

…trapper pursuing deer, intervened and protested against the man’s earning his living by such cruel means. The trapper was too preoccupied with…

kassapakārāma →

dppn

…in Rājagaha, probably near Veḷuvana. It was here that Assaji stayed during his last illness, when the Buddha visited him to comfort him….

kasībhāradvāja →

dppn

…on the plea that Buddhas never accept wages for their sermons. At the Buddha’s own suggestion the food is cast into the river because no one is…

katamorakatissa →

dppn

…and on being told that several of the Buddha’s eminent disciples, such as Sāriputta, Moggallāna, Mahā Kaccāna, had also been invited, as…

katissabha →

dppn

…orambhāgiya fetters and to have become inheritors of the highest heaven, thence never to return. DN.ii.92 SN.v.358f.

kattikā →

dppn

…It is the last month of the rainy…

kaḷimbha →

dppn

…of the monks who lived in the Kūṭāgārasālā in Vesālī. Finding that the peace of the Mahāvana was being disturbed by the…

kaṇha →

dppn

…of Disā, a slave girl of Okkāka. He was called Kaṇha because he was black and, like a devil, spoke as soon as he was born. He was…

kaṇhadinna →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses describe how he heard the Dhamma, practiced, and overcame all defileents. Thag.179–180

kaṇḍakīvana →

dppn

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

kaṇṇakujja →

dppn

…Benares. Vin.iii.11 It may have been the very road followed by Revata when going from Saṅkassa to Sahajāti, this road passing through…

kaṇṇamuṇḍā →

dppn

KaṇṇamuṇḍāKannamuṇḍaka

One of the seven great lakes of the Himalaya. AN.iv.101

Himalaya3lake

kaṇṭaka →

dppn

…monks, however, received him into their ranks and gave him every encouragement.

kaṭissaha →

dppn

…the Kūṭāgārasālā in Vesāli. When the Licchavis began to visit the Buddha in large numbers, they left the monastery and retired to places…

keṇiya →

dppn

…of Keṇiya, came to discover the Buddha’s presence in Āpaṇa. The result was the conversion and ordination of Sela and his three hundred…

khattiyānī →

dppn

KhattiyānīVelāmikā

Chief of the eighty-four thousand women who waited on the Bodhisatta when he was once a mighty king Mahāsudassana of…

khaṇḍasumana →

dppn

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

khema →

dppn

…Order. DN.ii.7

Khema2

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

khemaka →

dppn

…and explained how, even when the Noble Disciple has put away the five lower fetters, there still clings to him a subtle remnant of the…

khemiyambavana →

dppn

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

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khemā →

dppn

…AN.i.25 Her Therīgāthā verses depict her being described as beautiful, but rejecting the pleasures of the senses. Thig.139–144

Once when…

khitaka →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of how light and joyful his body feels. Thag.104

Khitaka2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse…

khiḍḍāpadosikā →

dppn

…class of devas who live in the Cātummahārājika world. For ages they spend their time in laughter and in sport of sensual lusts. In…

khomadussa →

dppn

…were at first hostile to the Buddha, but that he won them over. SN.i.184

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khujjasobhita →

dppn

…the ten indulgences at Vesāli. He was one of their representatives on the Committee of the Saṅgha appointed to settle the dispute between…

khujjuttarā →

dppn

…by reason of her extensive knowledge. A.i.26

Khujjuttarā is several times mentioned as the paragon among lay-women disciples. AN.i.88…

khārodakā →

dppn

A river in Avīci, flowing alongside the Asipattavana. MN.iii.185

5river

kikī →

dppn

…refusal, but when the Buddha described Ghaṭīkāra’s virtues, the king was pleased and sent five hundred cartloads of provisions to…

kimbila →

dppn

…early disappearance. The conversation took place in the Veḷuvana in Kimbilā.

Elsewhere SN.v.322f. the Buddha is reported as questioning…

kimilā →

dppn

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

kirapatika →

dppn

…the Buddha was staying in Vesalī, a poor man, wishing to give alms to him and to the monks, asked Kirapatika for money to provide the alms;…

kisāgotamī →

dppn

…her Therīgāthā verses Thig.213–223 her story is like that of Paṭācārā.

The Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.i.129f. records a visit…

kokanadā →

dppn

…They visited the Buddha at the Kūṭāgārasālā and spoke verses in praise of the Buddha, the Dhamma and the Saṅgha….

kokanuda →

dppn

…bathing, and enters into conversation with him. Kokanuda asks Ānanda a series of questions, such as whether the world is eternal, whether the…

korabya →

dppn

…the generic name given to the king of the Kurūs. The Aṅguttara Nikāya AN.iii.369f. mentions a king Koravya who owned a large banyan…

korakkhatta →

dppn

…that Korakkhatta would, in seven days, die of epilepsy and be born among the Kālakañjakas. The prophecy proved true, and Sunakkhatta learnt the…

kosala →

dppn

…Pankadhā, AN.i.236 Venāgapura, AN.i.180 Veḷudvāra, SN.v.352 Sālā, MN.i.285 MN.i.400 SN.v.227 Sālāvatika,, DN.i.244 and Setavya….

kosalavihārī →

dppn

KosalavihārīKosallavihārī

A monk whose Theragāthā verses say that he went forth in faith and dwells diligently in a forest hut. Thag.59

kosambī →

dppn

…of these residences, and several discourses delivered during these visits are recorded in the books.

A great division once arose among the monks…

kosiya →

dppn

…MN.i.252 and by Mahā Kassapa. Ud.iii.7

Kosiya2

A monk whose Theragāthā verses emphasize the importance of listening to a…

koḷiyā →

dppn

…Kakkarapatta, where lived Dīghajāṇu; AN.iv.281 and Haliddavasana, residence of the ascetics Puṇṇa Koliyaputta and Seniya. MN.i.387…

koṇāgamana →

dppn

…of the Kassapa clan who lived for 30,000 years. His enlightenment tree was an Udumbara, his two chief discples were Bhiyyosa and Uttara, and he…

koṇḍañña →

dppn

…to it, as well as the three Buddhas Vipassī, Sikhī and Vessabhū, all khattiyas. DN.ii.3ff.

koṭigāma →

dppn

…hosts of Licchavis came from Vesāli to visit him, and Ambapāli gave him a meal. From Koṭigāma the Buddha went to Nādikā. Vin.i.230f.

kuddāla →

dppn

…in a list of six famous teachers of the past, who were well known for their pious and holy lives. They had numerous followers and, after…

kukkuṭārāma →

dppn

…mentions the names of several theras who lived there: Nilavāsi, Sānavāsi, Gopaka, Bhagu, Phalikasandana. The Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.v.15f.

kulavaddhaka →

dppn

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

kulla →

dppn

The Theragāthā verses Thag.393–398 ascribed to him speak of the contemplation of the foulness of the body.

kumbhaṇḍa →

dppn

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

kumbhīra →

dppn

A Yakkha who lived in the Vepulla mountain outside Rājagaha. He was present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta with a train of over one…

kumuda →

dppn

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

5hell

kumārakassapa →

dppn

…Sutta. MN.i.143ff.

Two verses of deep significance ascribed to Kumāra-Kassapa are found in the Theragāthā. Thag.201–202 The main example…

kusinārā →

dppn

…that Rojā the Mallan was converted and gave to the Buddha and the monks a supply of green vegetables and pastries. Vin.i.247f. During some of…

kuvera →

dppn

KuveraKubera

King of Uttarakuru. His royal residence is Āḷakamandā and his citadel Visāṇā. His messengers are Tatolā, Tattolā, Tatotalā,…

kuveranālinī →

dppn

A name given to Dharaṇī. DN.iii.202

kuṇālā →

dppn

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

4river

kuṇḍadhāna →

dppn

…speaks of cutting off or developing five things. Thag.15 He was proclaimed the first among those who received food tickets….

kuṇḍadhānavana →

dppn

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

kuṇḍala →

dppn

KuṇḍalaKulakuṇḍalaKuḷakuṇḍalaKulaKuḷa

The verse attributed to Kundala in the Theragāthā Thag.19 occurs twice in the Dhammapada

kuṇḍaliya →

dppn

…way of living.

The conversation leads to a discussion of the bojjhangas, the satipaṭṭhāna, and virtuous ways of behaviour. At the end of…

kuṭivihārī →

dppn

…in a hut. Thag.56

Kuṭivihārī2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse is an encouragement to be content with his old hut. Thag.57

kāka →

dppn

…and he himself could travel sixty leagues a day. When Pajjota discovered that Jīvaka had fled, after administering to him some medicine…

kālakañjakā →

dppn

…DN.ii.259 They are the very lowest of the Asura groups, and the Buddha warns Sunakkhatta that Korakkhattiya will, after his death from…

kālakhemaka →

dppn

…in Nigrodhārāma, near Kapilavatthu, and once, during robe-making time, many monks lived there. On this occasion the Buddha preached the…

kāliṅga →

dppn

…king Reṇu and is given first in the list, its capital being Dantapura and its king Sattabhū. DN.ii.235f.

It is not, however, included…

kāmaseṭṭha →

dppn

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

kāmaṇḍā →

dppn

…in which was the mango grove of Todeyya. Udāyī once stayed there and was visited by a resident pupil of the brahmin lady of the Verahaccāni…

kāpathika →

dppn

…old, well versed in the Vedas, and with his head shaven. He was “of good stock, well informed, a good speaker and a scholar of ability.” He…

kāsi →

dppn

…who sent a robe to Jīvaka. Even at this time, however, the memory of Kāsi as an independent kingdom seems to have been still fresh in men’s…

kātiyāna →

dppn

A monk to whom several Theragāthā verses on the need for energetic striving were addressed. Thag.411–416

kātiyānī →

dppn

Kātiyānī

A lay devotee, declared by the Buddha to be most eminent among women for unwavering loyalty. AN.i.26

kāḷasilā →

dppn

…the Buddha is said to have given Ānanda an opportunity of asking him to continue to live for a whole aeon. But Ānanda failed to do so….

kāḷudāyī →

dppn

…When the rains fell, covering the earth with the glory of leaves and flowers, Kāḷudāyī felt that it was time for the Buddha to visit his…

kāḷī →

dppn

…rose late and, on being reproved, spoke very lightly of her fault. Finding that Videhikā lost her temper, Kāḷī repeated her offence several…

kīṭāgiri →

dppn

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

kūṭadanta →

dppn

…which village had been given to him by King Bimbisāra as a brahmadeyya. The Buddha arrived at Khāṇumata when Kūṭadanta was making…

kūṭāgārasālā →

dppn

…the Buddha’s praises in verse, winning, as reward from the Licchavis, five hundred upper garments, all of which, be, in turn, presented to the…

lakkhaṇa →

dppn

…visions were seen again on several occasions. SN.ii.254 Vin.iii.104ff.

When Moggallāna related his vision, some of the monks blamed him for…

lakkhī →

dppn

…Lakkhī is the Pali equivalent of the goddess of luck, Lakśmī. However in the early texts the name only appears in one obscure…

lakuṇṭaka →

dppn

…(Dwarf) owing to his very small stature.

The Udāna Ud.vii.1 Ud.vii.2 makes reference to the admonitions of Sāriputta and to the…

laṭṭhivana →

dppn

…visited him with twelve nahutas of followers, and Uruvelā Kassapa dispelled their doubts by declaring his acceptance of the Buddha as his…

licchavī →

dppn

…they do not appear to have lived in luxury and idleness. They are, on the contrary, spoken of SN.ii.267f. as sleeping on straw couches, being…

lohicca →

dppn

…the monks, calling them shavelings, menials, etc. Kaccāna talked to them, telling them how degenerate were the brahmins, differing from brahmins…

lomasakaṅgiya →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse says that, thrusting aside grasses with his chest, he will seek seclusion. Thag.27

According to the Lomasakaṅgiya…

lomasavaṅgīsa →

dppn

…learners only abandon the five hindrances; arahants have completely destroyed them from the root. The interview took place in the Nigrodhārāma at…

macchikāsaṇḍa →

dppn

…these, the names of several monks who lived at Macchikāsaṇḍa—e.g., Isidatta, Mahaka, Kāmabhū and Godatta. The place may also have…

macchikāsaṇḍika →

dppn

An epithet of Cittagahapati, because he lived in Macchikāslānda. AN.i.26

maddakucchi →

dppn

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

madhurā →

dppn

…journeying from Madhurā to Verañja and stopped under a tree by the wayside, a large number of householders, both men and women, came and…

magadhakhetta →

dppn

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

magha →

dppn

…took upon himself seven vows, which brought him birth as Sakka: to maintain his parents, to revere his elders, to use gentle language, to…

maghadevaambavana →

dppn

…household life.

This grove existed even in the time of the Buddha, and during his stay there with Ānanda he preached the Makhādeva Sutta….

mahisavatthu →

dppn

…in Dhavajālika…

mahāgavaccha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of practicing properly and awaiting ones’ time. Thag.12

mahājanapadā →

dppn

…The first fourteen are included in the Majjhimadesa, the two last being in Uttarāpatha.

Twelve countries are mentioned in the Dīgha Nikāya,…

mahākaccāyana →

dppn

…and the Parāyana; several instances are given of people seeking Mahā Kaccāna’s assistance, for a detailed explanation of something said…

mahākappina →

dppn

…Theragāthā contains verses in which he celebrates wisdom and equanimity in theface of death. Thag.547–556

Kappina is described by the…

mahākassapa →

dppn

…stated that the Buddha had given leave for the monks to do away with the minor rules of the Order, Kassapa was opposed to any such step, lest it…

mahākoṭṭhita →

dppn

…evil qualities. Thag.2

Several instances are given of discussions between Koṭṭhita and other eminent theras—e.g., the Naḷakalāpiya…

mahākāla →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses describe a large swarthy woman sitting surrounded by bones in the charnel ground, evidently a practitioner of…

mahāli →

dppn

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

mahāmoggallāna →

dppn

…The Theragāthā contains several verses attributed to Moggallāna regarding Sāriputta’s death. Thag.1158–1161 Moggallāna evidently dies…

mahānāga →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses warn of the dangers that face a monk who neglects the Dhamma. Thag.387–392

mahānāma →

dppn

…Doctrine. The books record several conversations between him and the Buddha, and Ānanda, Godha, and Lomasavaṅgīsa. Once when the Buddha arrived…

mahāpajāpatī →

dppn

…and how she had been a relative of his in many past lives. She acknowledges Māyā, through whom the Buddha was born, and says that the correct way…

mahāpanthaka →

dppn

…those skilled in the evolution of consciousness. (saññāvivatta). AN.i.24

A set of verses uttered by him in the joy of attainment is…

mahāpurisa →

dppn

…straight; 16. his body has seven convex surfaces; 17. his chest is like a lion’s; 18. his back flat between the shoulders; 19. the span of his…

mahāsammata →

dppn

…those worthy of blame. In return for his services, he was given a portion of their harvest.

mahāsarā →

dppn

…form the sources of the five great rivers and dry up only when four suns appear in the world. These seven lakes are Anotattā, Sīhapapātā,…

mahāvana →

dppn

…outskirts of Uruvelakappa, where the Buddha retired for his noonday rest after his meal at Uruvelakappa. It was in that grove that Ānanda took…

mahāviyūha →

dppn

…retire during the heat of the day. It was made of silver. DN.ii.182

5building

mahī →

dppn

One of the five great rivers of India, all of which have a common origin Vin.ii.237 AN.iv.101 AN.v.22 SN.ii.135 SN.v.38

Koshi1river

makhādeva →

dppn

…his head he went forth to develop the divine abidings, handing over his kingdon to his son and enjoining him to continue his good practice. For…

makkhali →

dppn

…considered his view the meanest—just as the hair blanket is reckoned the meanest of all woven garments, even so, of all the teachings of…

malitavambha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse says that one should only stay in a dwelling that is conducive to the goal. Thag.105

mallikā →

dppn

…MN.ii.110 He is said to have been disappointed on hearing that the child was a girl; but the Buddha assured him that women were sometimes wiser…

mallā →

dppn

…Kusināra, erected thūpas over their respective shares of the relics and held feasts in their honour. DN.ii.167

The Malla capital of Kusinārā…

manasākaṭa →

dppn

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

in Kosala on the banks…

mandhātā →

dppn

A primeval king. He is considered as an example of one whose desires could never be satisfied. AN.ii.17 Thig.488

mandākinī →

dppn

One of the seven great lakes of the Himālaya. AN.iv.101

Himalaya3lake

mantāvatī →

dppn

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

4town

manāpakāyikā →

dppn

A class of devas possessing lovely forms. Once a large number of them visited Anuruddha at the Ghositirāma and announced to him that in a trice they…

meghiya →

dppn

…let him go. There, however, Meghiya was consumed by evil thoughts and returned to the Buddha. The Buddha preached to him on the five things…

melajina →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of his great faith in the Buddha. Thag.131–132

mettaji →

dppn

MettajiMattaji

A monk whose Theragāthā verse extols the Buddha. Thag.94

metteyya →

dppn

…too, was Tissa, but he was better known by his clan name of Metteyya. In a verse in the Suttanipāta Snp.814 he is referred to as Tissa Metteyya.

mettikā →

dppn

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses speak of of how she strugged up a mountain, only to sit and become Awakened. Thig.29–30

mettiyabhummajakā →

dppn

…chastity. The charge was investigated and proved false and the nun expelled from the Order. Vin.ii.76ff. Vin.iii.160ff.

On another occasion,…

meṇḍaka →

dppn

…of grain would fall from heaven and fill the stores.

When the Buddha left Bhaddiya for Aṅguttarāpa, Meṇḍaka gave orders to his servants and…

meṇḍasira →

dppn

MeṇḍasiraMeṇḍasīsa

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

migajāla →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verses speak in praise of the eightfold path. Thag.417–422

The Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.iv.35f. contains two…

migalandika →

dppn

…him, and he put to death many more monks, until the Buddha, discovering the facts, intervened. Vin.iii.68ff.

migasira →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of becoming Awakened since he went forth. Thag.181f.

migāramātupāsāda →

dppn

…servant girl forgot to remove it. Later, on going to fetch it, she found that Ānanda had put it away, and Visākhā, being told of this, decided…

milakkhā →

dppn

…DN.iii.264 AN.i.35 Their language is called…

mithilā →

dppn

…Videha country. The city was very ancient, and, according to the Mahāgovinda Sutta, DN.ii.235 was founded by Mahāgovinda, steward of King…

mittakālī →

dppn

…whose Therīgāthā verses speak of how, having gone forth in faith, she missed out of the higher goals of the ascetic life, so lusted for…

mittā →

dppn

…whose Therīgāthā verses speak of how she was formerly attached to the idea of performing rites on the uposatha days aspiring for…

mogharāja →

dppn

…AN.i.25 In his Theragāthā verses the Buddha asks how he fares in the cold. Thag.207–208

The Saṃyutta Nikāya contains a stanza spoken by…

moranivāpa →

dppn

A grove in Veḷuvana at Rājagaha. It contained a Paribbājakārāma, the resort of recluses of various denominations. The Udumbarika Sīhanāda,…

moḷiya →

dppn

…as saying to Sāriputta that Moliya Phagguna had reverted to the lay life.

moḷiyasīvaka →

dppn

…SN.iv.230f. Another conversation he had with the Buddha is recorded in the Aṅguttara Nikāya. AN.iii.356 There he asks the Buddha if the…

mucalinda →

dppn

…by winding his coils seven times round the Buddha’s body and holding his hood over the Buddha’s head. Vin.i.3…

mudita →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of unflagging striving, regardless of life or limb. Thag.311–314

mukheluvana →

dppn

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

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musila →

dppn

Musila

A monk. A conversation is recorded in the Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.ii.115f. between him and Savittha, which is said to have taken place in…

muttā →

dppn

…whose Therīgāthā verse speaks of being freed. Thig.2

Muttā 2

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verse speaks of being freed…

muṇḍa →

dppn

…died, and Muṇḍa gave himself up to complete despair and mummified the queen’s body. The king’s Treasurer, Piyaka, consulted the Elder…

māgadha →

dppn

…evidently had equal rights over the river.

During the early Buddhist period Māgadha was an important political and commercial centre, and was…

māgaṇḍiya →

dppn

…The Buddha, aware of this conversation, entered the hut in the evening and had a discussion with Māgaṇḍiya, who ended by joining the Order,…

māluṅkyāputta →

dppn

…contains two sets of verses attributed to him. One set speaks of the dangers of craving and encourages effort. Thag.399–404 The second set…

mānadinna →

dppn

A householder of Rājagaha. When he lay ill he was visited by Ānanda, to whom he confessed that even in his illness he practiced the four satipaṭṭhāna. He was quite free from the five lower fetters. SN.v.178

māra →

dppn

…are, in the books, very involved and defy any attempts at unravelling them.

Māra is frequently used in a symbolic sense to refer to the whole of…

mātali →

dppn

…name given to the chariot driver of Sakka. The Mātali of the present age had a son, Sikhandhi, with whom Bhaddā Suriyavaccasā, daughter of…

māyā →

dppn

…Thag.534 Thig.162 She died seven days after giving birth to the Buddha in Lumbinī. An elaborate account of the birth is given in the…

māṇava →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse says that he went forth after seeing an old man, a sick man, and a dead man. Thag.73

māṇavagāmiya →

dppn

…Ninka, Ākoṭaka and Vetambarī, and while these all spoke in praise of their own teachers, Māṇavagāmiya sang the glories of the Buddha….

nadīkassapa →

dppn

…of Uruvelā Kassapa. He received his name from living on the bank of the Nerañjara at the head of three hundred ascetics. His Thergāthā verses…

nagaraka →

dppn

…that once, while staying at Nagaraka, the Buddha had remarked that he lived “with the Void a great deal.”

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nakulamātā →

dppn

…Bodhisatta’s parents for five hundred births and his near relations for many more. The Buddha preached to them and they became sotāpannas. The…

nakulapitā →

dppn

…Bodhisatta’s parents for five hundred births and his near relations for many more. The Buddha preached to them and they became sotāpannas. The…

nanda →

dppn

…Nanda’s claim to have achieved self control in all things.

Nanda3Nandamāṇava

One of the chief disciples of Bāvarī. His…

nandaka →

dppn

…Thag.279–282 contains several verses uttered by him to a woman to whom he was once married. She met him begging alms in Savatthi and smiled to…

nandivisāla →

dppn

A deva who visits the Buddha and converses with him on the nature of the body and its riddance. SN.i.63 SN.i.15

nandiya →

dppn

…Later, they seem to have lived in the Gosiṅgasālavana. MN.i.205 His Theragāthā verse is a warning to the Dark Lord not to attack a bhikkhu…

nanduttarā →

dppn

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses speak of her former useless practice of austerities and her current state of Awakening. Thig.87–91

nandā →

dppn

…spontaneously in the Suddhāvāsā, there to pass away, never to return. DN.ii.91 SN.v.356f.

naḷakapāna →

dppn

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

naḷerupucimanda →

dppn

…grove near Verañja where the Buddha spent part of his time on his visit to Nerañjā. Vin.iii.1 AN.iv.172…

nemi →

dppn

Nemi1

A servitor of Kuvera. DN.iii.201

Nemi2

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

nerañjarāya →

dppn

…the Ajapāla Nigrodha at Uruvelā, on the banks of this river. There Māra tempted him, and, later, Brahmā persuaded him to preach the Dhamma….

nhātakamuni →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of practicing with joy in the forest, despite being ill. Thag.435–440

niceluvana →

dppn

A grove of mucalinda trees in Kimbilā. AN.iii.247

Kimbilā3park

nigaṇṭha nāṭaputta →

dppn

…refused to believe it until he could verify the information himself. The discovery of the apostasy of Upāli prostrated him with…

nigrodha →

dppn

…DN.iii.57

Nigrodha2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of overcoming fear. Thag.21

nigrodhakappa →

dppn

…and together they lived in Aggālava cetiya, SN.i.185 where Kappa died. When Vaṅgīsa questioned the Buddha as to the destiny of Kappa,…

nigrodhārāma →

dppn

…at the Nigrodhārāma on several other occasions, and several Vinaya rules are mentioned as being first promulgated there.Vin.iii.235 Vin.iii.244…

nikata →

dppn

…of several eminent theras mentioned as staying in the Kūṭāgārasāla in Vesāli. When the Buddha came there, Licchavis…

niraggaḷa →

dppn

A sacrifice in which alms are given with wide open, boltless doors.

nisabha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of giving up desire and patiently awaiting one’s time. Thag.195–196

niṅka →

dppn

NiṅkaNika

A deva who visits the Buddha in the company of several other devas and utters a verse in praise of Nigaṇṭha Nāṭaputta. SN.i.65f.

nādikā →

dppn

…Bhoganagara, Pāvā, and the Kakuttha River, beyond which lay the Mango grove and the Sāla grove of the Mallas.

25.743004,85.2566525town

nāga →

dppn

…Arahants.

In the accounts given of the Nāgas, there is undoubtedly great confusion between the Nāgas as supernatural beings, as snakes,…

nāgadatta →

dppn

He once lived in a forest tract in Kosala and was inclined to be indolent. A deva, noticing this, admonished him, and it is said that Nāgadatta paid…

nāgasamāla →

dppn

…his topic of thought, he developed insight into the perishableness of life and became an arahant. Thag.267–270 Another day, while walking with…

nāgavana →

dppn

A park near Hatthigāma, belonging to Uggagahapati. It was there that he first met the Buddha and was converted. AN.iv.213

26.38202, 84.840543park

nāgita →

dppn

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

Nāgita2

For some time the…

nālaka →

dppn

…realized that he would not live to see the Buddha, he sought out Nālaka and asked him to leave the world at once and become an ascetic and hold…

nālāgiri →

dppn

…supernatural power to remove him from his place. The Buddha spoke to him, suffusing him with all the love at his command, and, stretching out his…

nārada →

dppn

…Bhaddā, to the neglect of everything else, and his treasurer, Piyaka, suggested that he should visit Nārada. The king agreed, and Nārada…

nāḷandā →

dppn

…DN.i.211ff. and also several conversations with Asibandhakaputta. SN.ii.311–323

The Buddha visited Nāḷandā during his last tour through…

nāḷijaṅgha →

dppn

…Buddha to find out if it were true that the Buddha had said that loved ones brought morrow and tribulation. MN.ii.108

nīta →

dppn

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

ojasi →

dppn

Servant of Kuvera. He takes Kuvera’s messages and makes them known in Uttarakuru. DN.iii.201

okkāka →

dppn

…race.

Okkāka had a slave-girl called Disā, who gave birth to a black baby named, accordingly, Kaṇha. He was the ancestor of the…

oṭṭhaddha →

dppn

…a time when the Buddha had given orders that no one should be allowed to see him; but through the intervention of the novice Sīha, Oṭṭhaddha…

paccantajanapadā →

dppn

…in the south east, the river Salalavatī; in the south, Setakaṇṇikā; in the west, Thūṇa; and in the north, Usīraddhaja mountain….

paccaya →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of his energetic resolve after going forth. Thag.222–224

paccekabrahmā →

dppn

…Suddhāvāsa and Tudu. I have not come across any explanation of this term. It may designate a Brahmā who does not live in any recognized Brahmā…

paccekabuddha →

dppn

The name given to one who is enlightened without establishing a religion. In the Isigili Sutta MN.iii.68ff. appears a long list of Pacceka Buddhas…

pacchābhumma →

dppn

…name given to the district to the west of the Middle Country. SN.iii.5 SN.iii.6 Mention is also made of the Pacchābhūmakā…

pahārāda →

dppn

…the Nalerupucimaṇḍa in Verañja he visited the Buddha. In answer to a question, Pahārāda tells the Buddha that there are eight wonderful…

pajjanika →

dppn

…Koḷiyādhītā, mother of Sīvali. The Buddha is said to have stayed there. AN.ii.62

Koliya3town

pakkha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of attaining happiness. Thag.63

pakudha →

dppn

…one, with a sharp sword, cleaves a head in twain, no one is thereby deprived of life, a sword has merely penetrated into the interval between seven…

papāte pabbate →

dppn

…and we are told of several discussions having taken place there.SN.iii.9ff. SN.iv.115f. AN.v.46f. Mahā Kaccāna’s attendant was, at…

paranimmitavasavattī →

dppn

…stage of the sensuous universe.

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

paribbājakā →

dppn

…time. They were not exclusively brahmin. Their presence seems to have been recognized and respected from earlier times. Generally speaking, their…

paripuṇṇaka →

dppn

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

pariḷāha →

dppn

A hell where all objects of the senses, even when really attractive, appear quite repulsive to those experiencing them. SN.v.450

5hell

passika →

dppn

His Theragāthā verses speak of his helping his relatives to practice generosity, so they attained a favorable rebirth. Thag.240–242

paviṭṭha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of the end of rebirth. Thag.87

payāga →

dppn

…on the direct route from Verañja to Benares, the road passing through Soreyya, Saṅkassa and Kaṇṇakujja, and crossing the Ganges at…

pañcakaṅga →

dppn

…which discussion Ānanda overheard and repeated to the Buddha. On another occasion, Pañcakaṅga related to the Buddha the conversation he had…

pañcanadī →

dppn

…places in the texts five rivers are mentioned as the five great rivers of India, and they are used in various similes and metaphors. These…

pañcavaggiyā →

dppn

…sermon at Isipatana.

All five joined in the austerities of Gotama at Uruvelā. When he abandoned his austerities and started to follow the Middle…

pañcāla →

dppn

…north and west of Delhi, from the foot of the Himālaya to the river Chambal.

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pañcālacaṇḍa →

dppn

…at Jetavana and uttered a verse to the effect that the man who understands jhāna finds room even among crowding obstacles. The Buddha corrects…

paṇḍaka →

dppn

…friend of Kapila, who lived in a village near Kosambī. He was found guilty of having taken what did not belong to him and also of unchastity….

paṇḍava →

dppn

A hill near Rājagaha. Thag.41 Thag.1167 It seems formerly to have borne another name. MN.iii.68

near Rājagaha3hill

paṭācārā →

dppn

…whose Therīgāthā verses speak of her efforts to attain Awakening. Thig.112–116 She was declared by the Buddha to be the best among…

pessa →

dppn

…longer he could have taken away with him something which would have proved precious to him. MN.i.339–342

phagguna →

dppn

…Buddha replies in the negative. It is probably the same monk who is mentioned in the Aṅguttara Nikāya AN.iii.379ff. as having been visited…

phalaganda →

dppn

One of the seven human beings born in the Avihā-world, where they will pass completely away. SN.i.35 SN.i.60

phussa →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses depict the ascetic Paṇḍarassagotta questioning him on the future decline of Bhikkhus. Thag.949–980

pilakkhaguhā →

dppn

A cave near Kosambī. The wanderer Sandaka is said to have stayed there. Nearby was the Devakatasobbha. MN.i.513

25.29188, 81.366113cave

pilindavaccha →

dppn

…he made ample amends, gave Pilinda five hundred attendants to look after the monastery, and granted for their maintenance a village, which came…

pilotika →

dppn

…on being questioned, spoke very highly of the Buddha. It is this conversation which, on its being repeated by Jāṇussoṇi to the Buddha, led to…

pippaliguhā →

dppn

…for him in the guise of a weaver, and his wife gave him a meal. When Kassapa discovered this, he asked Sakka not to do such a thing again; but the…

piyañjaha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of going against what everyone else does. Thag.76

piyaṅkara →

dppn

…Anuruddha was reciting some verses. The sound pleased her and she stood “smitten to the marrow, like a post,” hushing to sleep her child who…

piṅgiya →

dppn

…an anāgāmī, failing, however, to attain arahantship because his mind wandered to his maternal uncle, Bāvarī. Later, with the Buddha’s leave,…

piṅgiyānī →

dppn

…outshining them all, inspires Piṅgiyāni and he bursts into song. The Licchavis give him five hundred upper garments, all of which he…

piṇḍola →

dppn

…unworthy end. The bowl was given to the monks to be ground into sandal paste.

The Theragāthā contains two verses Thag.123–124 of Piṇḍola,…

pokkharasāti →

dppn

…to the height of Ariyan knowledge. This evidently refers to a time prior to his conversion. The same Sutta mentions a slave girl of…

pokkharaṇiyā →

dppn

A monastery in Sāmagāma where the Buddha is said once to have stayed. AN.iii.309

Sāmagāma3monastery

posiya →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of caution when accepting food from women. Thag.34

posāla →

dppn

One of Bāvari’s pupils. His question to the Buddha and the answer thereto are given in the Posālamāṇavaa pucchā of the Pārāyana Vagga. Snp.1006 Snp.1112–1115.

potaliputta →

dppn

…who visited Samiddhi at the Vejuvana in Rājagaha and said that he had heard the Buddha declare that all action and speech were vain, and that what…

potaliya →

dppn

…he had, so he said, handed over his wealth to his sons, and possessed only his food and clothing. But the Buddha told him that true retirement from…

pubbakoṭṭhakā →

dppn

…the Buddha is said to have stayed. SN.v.220 The bathing place seems also to have been called Pubbakoṭṭhaka. Near by was the hermitage of…

pukkusa →

dppn

…follower of the Buddha, he gave to the Buddha two robes of cloth of gold, one of which, at the Buddha’s suggestion, he handed to Ānanda. When…

pukkusāti →

dppn

…been born in the realms above, never more to return. MN.iii.237–247 In this context Pukkusāti is spoken of as a kulaputta. MN.iii.238

After…

punabbasumātā →

dppn

…mother of Punabbasu. One evening towards sunset, when the Buddha was at Jetavana, she, with her daughter Uttarā on her hip and the boy’s hand…

punnaji →

dppn

…The Buddha talked to them and they became arahants. They were among the first eleven arahants, and were ordained by the “*ehi bhikkhu…

purāṇa →

dppn

…In his later years he lived the life of a celibate and was reborn in Tusita as a sakadāgāmī. AN.iii.348ff. AN.v.138ff.

A conversation…

puṇṇa →

dppn

…questioned him on the seven acts of purity, and Puṇṇa answered him. The two monks found great joy in each other’s words. The interview…

puṇṇaka →

dppn

…the Buddha. Snp.1006 His conversation with the Buddha is given in the Puṇṇakamāṇavapucchā. Snp.1043–1048

Puṇṇaka2

A…

puṇṇamāsa →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verse says that a restrained and wise one knows the rise and passing away of the world….

puṇṇikā →

dppn

Puṇṇikā2

A slave girl of Pokkharasāti. MN.ii.201

puṇṇā →

dppn

…whose Therīgāthā verse speaks of being full with good qualities, like the full moon. Thig.3

Puṇṇā2Puṇṇikā

A…

pācīnavaṃsa →

dppn

…latter stopped in a mango grove in the village of Jantugāma, refusing to go any farther. AN.iv.163

Anuruddha, Nandiya and Kimbila were living…

pāricchattaka →

dppn

…in Tāvatiṃsā, which grew in the Nandanavana. The devas eagerly watch each stage of development of leaf and flower, and each stage is marked by…

pārāpariya →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses are collected in two sizable groups. The first depicts him meditating in solitude and pondering over the things that…

pārāsariya →

dppn

…in the Indriyabhāvanā Sutta. He is said, by his pupil Uttara, to have taught that those who have developed their indriyas could neither see…

pārāyana →

dppn

…given. The sixteen suttas give the questions asked by Bāvarī’s disciples and the answers given by the Buddha.

The Pārāyana Vagga is…

pātaligāma →

dppn

…that it was Kālāsoka who moved the seat of government there. The Jains maintain that it was Udāyi, son of Ajātasattu Vin. Texts ii.102, n. 1….

pātikaputta →

dppn

…who went about claiming to have greater mystic powers than the Buddha, and thereby much impressed Sunakkhatta. Pātikaputta had prophesied that,…

pātimokkha →

dppn

…the recital seems to have been changed later Vin.ii.240ff. even though the old formula, asking the members to speak, continued as a part of…

pāveyyakā →

dppn

…name given to the inhabitants of Pāvā—e.g., Pāveyyakā Mallā. DN.ii.165

Pāvā was evidently a centre of Buddhist…

pāvā →

dppn

…mango grove.

Cunda lived in Pāvā and invited the Buddha to a meal, which proved to be his last. From Pāvā the Buddha journeyed on to…

pāvārikambavana →

dppn

…mango grove of Pāvārika of Kosambī.

Kosambī3parkPāvārikambavana2

A mango grove at Nāḷandā where the…

pāyāsi →

dppn

…The gifts were, however, coarse and unpalatable. A young brahmin named Uttara, who came to the almsgiving and was passed over, spoke…

pāṭali →

dppn

…of Uttara who visited the Buddha and questioned him regarding his power of magic. Several conversations he had with the Buddha, on various…

pūraṇa kassapa →

dppn

…SN.iii.69 SN.v.126 however, he is mentioned as denying condition and cause—i.e., the efficacy of kamma—which teaching, in the…

rakkhasā →

dppn

…live in the sea. Thag.931…

rakkhita →

dppn

…the Buddha retired and lived at the foot of the Bhaddasāla, when unable to settle the dispute among the Kosambī monks. The elephant Pārileyya…

raṭṭhapāla →

dppn

…His parents would not, however, give their consent till he threatened to starve himself to death. Realizing then that he was in earnest, they…

revata →

dppn

…of doctrine. During the conversation, Sānavāsī arrived and questioned Sabbakāmī regarding the Ten Points, but the latter refused to express…

reṇu →

dppn

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

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

rohinī →

dppn

…contains a set of verses spoken by her in exaltation, when, after becoming an arahant, she recalled to mind the discussion she had had…

rohitassa →

dppn

…asked if one could, by travelling, reach the end of the world where there would be no birth, old age, death, etc. The Buddha said that such was…

rohīnī →

dppn

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

rojā →

dppn

…made enquiries, and, discovering that the monks had no supply of green vegetables or pastry, he consulted Ānanda, and, with the Buddha’s…

rādha →

dppn

…Thag.133–134 contains two verses spoken by him in praise of concentration of the mind.

The Rādha Saṃyutta SN.iii.188–201 contains a large…

rāhu →

dppn

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

rāhula →

dppn

…observance of rules. He arrived one evening at Kosambī, when the Buddha was staying there in the Badarikārāma. Rāhula was told there of a new…

rāhulamātā →

dppn

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

On the seventh day of the Buddha’s visit to…

rājadatta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how, when he saw a woman’s rotting corpse in the cemtery, at first lust arose, then he mindfully overcame…

rājagaha →

dppn

…city gates were closed every evening, and after that it was impossible to enter the city. Vin.iv.116f.

Ajātasattu was afraid of invasion by…

rājā →

dppn

A Yakkha, one of the messengers of Kuvera. DN.iii.201

rājāyatana →

dppn

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

rāmagāmaka →

dppn

…Its inhabitants claimed and obtained a share of the Buddha’s relics, over which they erected a thūpa. DN.ii.167

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rāmaṇeyyaka →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of how his mind does not waver among the sounds of nature. Thag.49

sabbaka →

dppn

SabbakaSappaka

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of his joy in living on the banks of the Ajakaraṇī, practising meditation. Thag.307–310.

sabbakāma →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of getting rid of desire for this impure body. Thag.453–458

Sabbakāma lived on to one hundred and twenty…

sabbamitta →

dppn

Sabbamitta

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

saddhā →

dppn

…that to allow a monk to have intercourse with her would be the highest gift, she accosted a monk and offered herself. The offer was, however,…

sahajāti →

dppn

…preached three sermons.

According to the Saṃyutta, Gavampati also lived there at one time. SN.v.436

Ceti, on a river3town

sahali →

dppn

…of Makkhali Gosāla. He visited the Buddha at Veḷuvana, in the company of several other Devas, and spoke a verse in praise of Makkhali….

sahampati →

dppn

…cell, Sakka uttered a verse in praise of the Buddha. Sahampati then added another verse, exhorting the Buddha to preach the Doctrine, as…

sakka →

dppn

…SN.i.231 the Buddha gives seven rules of conduct, which rules Sakka carried out as a human being, thus attaining to his celestial…

sakuladāyī →

dppn

…to have been in the company of Annabhāra and Varadhara, evidently themselves eminent Paribbājakas.

Sakuladāyī’s teacher was Vekhanassa.

sakulā →

dppn

…AN.i.25 Her Therīgāthā verses say that while still living in the household, she heard the Dhamma taught by a monk, and then saw the Dhamma,…

sakyaputtiyā →

dppn

The name given to the monks of the Buddha’s Order, as followers of Sakyamunī. Ud.iv.8 DN.iii.84

sallavatī →

dppn

A river, forming the boundary on the south east side of the Middle country. Vin.i.197

south east side of the Middle country.3river

sambhūta →

dppn

…in the Sītavana (Cool Grove) is victorious. Thag.6

Sambhūta2Sānavāsī

When the Vajjiputtaka heresy arose, his help was sought by…

sambula →

dppn

SambulaKaccāna

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of how he dwells happily though living in a fearful hole. Thag.189–190

samiddhi →

dppn

…Sutta. MN.iii.192f. A conversation between Potaliputta and Samiddhi, three years after the latter had joined the Order, led to the preaching of…

samitigutta →

dppn

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

sanaṅkumāra →

dppn

…this visit that the above verse was spoken. Sanaṅkumāra was present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.261

In the…

sandhita →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of attaining a perception of the Buddha under a fig tree. Thag.217–218

sandhāna →

dppn

…Buddha, and it was his conversation with the Paribbājaka Nigrodha that led to the preaching of the Udumbarika Sīhanāda Sutta.

In the…

sangharakkhita →

dppn

Sangharakkhita

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of one who, although in seclusion, still has uncontrolled faculties. Thag.109

sankassa →

dppn

During the Vajjiputta controversy, Revata Thera, on his way from Soreyya to Sahājāti, went through Sankassa.

26.21347,79.86595town

sappadāsa →

dppn

…and character, for twenty five years he was unable to develop concentration. This so distressed him that he was about to commit suicide, when,…

sappasoṇḍikapabbhāra →

dppn

…latter’s death, is recorded in the Saṃyutta Nikāya. Upasena died of snake bite. SN.iv.40 The cave was used as a residence by monks who come…

sarabhaṅga →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of living in a hut of reeds he built himself. By practicing the straight road of the seven Buddhas he…

sarabhū →

dppn

One of the five great rivers of northern India. Vin.ii.237 Ud.v.5 SN.ii.135 AN.iv.101

It formed the boundary between the two divisions of Kosala,…

sattamba →

dppn

SattambaSattambaka

A shrine near Vesāli. DN.ii.102 Ud.vi.1 SN.v.259 AN.iv.309 It was to the west of Vesāli. DN.iii.9

25.99693, 85.135113shrine

sattapaṇṇiguhā →

dppn

…was staying there, he gave to Ānanda the opportunity of asking him to live for an eon, but Ānanda, because of his un-mindfulness, failed to…

sattarasavaggiyā →

dppn

…time, who seem to have incurred the enmity of the Chabbaggīyas. The latter turned them out of a vihāra as soon as they had prepared it,…

satullapakāyikā →

dppn

…SN.i.16–22 a whole group of suttas in which these devas are stated to have visited the Buddha, asking him several questions on different…

savittha →

dppn

…but who has neither rope nor vessel. “Now, what will you say of Nārada?” asks Ānanda. “Nothing that is not lovely and good,” answers…

sañjaya →

dppn

…no recluse or brahmin can ever attain to absolute knowledge and insight. Sañjaya is sent for by Pasenadi, but, on being questioned, says that…

sañjīva →

dppn

…expert in samādhi, and lived in cells, caves, etc., sustaining himself on samādhi. One day, when in a state of trance in a forest, woodmen,…

saṅghā →

dppn

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verse speaks of having left behind family and possessions, as well as all defilements. Thig.18

saṅgāmaji →

dppn

…going away. When she discovered that Saṅgāmaji would not even talk to his son, she took him away, saying that her husband was a useless man….

saṅgārava →

dppn

…perhaps distinct from the above. He lived in Sāvatthī and was a “bath ritualist,” believing in purification by water, bathing morning and…

saṅkassa →

dppn

…During the Vajjiputta controversy, Revata Thera, on his way from Soreyya to Sahājāti, went through Saṅkassa. The road he took passed through…

saṅkha →

dppn

…Buddha in the world. He will raise up again the palace of King Mahāpanāda and live there. But later he will give it to the Order and become…

saṅkicca →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of his delight in meditating in the forest, free of harmful intentions, and confident that his religious…

saṅkiliṭṭhābhā →

dppn

A class of devas. Beings are born in their world when they have practiced jhāna with tarnished brilliance. MN.iii.147

sela →

dppn

…read his thoughts and contrived, by his iddhi power, that Sela should be satisfied on these two points as well. Sela then praised the Buddha in a…

senaka →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of seeing the Buddha at the Gayā festival. Thag.287–290

senānigama →

dppn

SenānigamaSenānīnigama

The village in which Senānī lived. It was near Uruvelā and on the banks of the Nerañjara. SN.i.106 Vin.i.21 MN.i.166 MN.i.240

near Uruvelā1town

serissaka →

dppn

…siesta, met him and had a conversation with him, which he reported to the Buddha. DN.ii.356f. The deva of the vimāna was also called Serīsaka,…

serī →

dppn

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

setabyā →

dppn

…AN.ii.37 records a conversation between the Buddha and the brahmin Doṇa, whom the Buddha met on the road from Ukkaṭṭha to Setavyā. The…

setuccha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse describes how those how are defiled do not find stillness. Thag.102

sigālakapitā →

dppn

SigālakapitāSiṅgālakapitāSigālapitāSiṅgālapitā

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speak of a monk who practices skeleton-meditation in the Bhesakaḷā forest. Thag.18

sikhaḍḍī →

dppn

…Gandhabba, son of Mātali; Bhaddā Suriyavaccasā was at first in love with him, but she was won later by Pañcasikha. DN.ii.268

sikhāmoggallāna →

dppn

…he had been told by Soṇakāyana that the Buddha preached the ineffectiveness of all deeds and asking if this were true. AN.ii.232

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…

sineru →

dppn

…has its own Sineru, AN.i.227 AN.v.59 and a time comes when even Sineru is destroyed. SN.iii.149

5hill

sippinikātīra →

dppn

…through Rājagaha. On its bank was a Paribbājakārāma where famous Paribbājakas lived in the Buddha’s time. AN.i.185 AN.ii.29 AN.ii.176…

sirimaṇḍa →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of openness, and how when confronted by Death, one should not waste one’s days. Thag.447–452

sirimitta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how a monk without anger will not grieve when the time for Death approaches. Thag.502–509

sirimā →

dppn

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

Sirimā2

Sirimā is…

sirivaḍḍha →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of meditating in the cleft of Mounts Vebhāra and Paṇḍava while the lightning flashes….

siva →

dppn

…mentioned in the Saṃyutta SN.i.56 as visiting the Buddha and speaking several verses on the benefit of consorting only with the good.

siviraṭṭha →

dppn

…cloth, which was called Siveyyaka. Vin.i.278 Pajjota gave a pair of robes of this material to Jīvaka, as a present for his cure. These robes…

siṃsapāvana →

dppn

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

25.37131, 81.344823parkSiṃsapāvana3

A grove to…

somamitta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses say one should avoid a lzy man and associate with those who are energetic. Thag.147–148

sopāka →

dppn

…verse says one should love all beings, like a woman loves her only child. Thag.33

Sopāka2

A monk whose Theragāthā verse says…

soreyya →

dppn

…town where Soreyya-Revata lived. Vin.ii.299 There was a direct route from Verañja to Payāgatiṭṭha, passing through Soreyya, Saṅkassa and…

soṇa →

dppn

…were either over-strung or over-lax. Even so, energy, when over-strung, ends in flurry, when over-lax, in idleness. Soṇa profits by the lesson…

soṇadaṇḍa →

dppn

…Campā, very learned in the Vedas; he lived in a royal domain, given to him as royal fief by King Bimbisāra. When the Buddha was in Campā, on the…

soṇakāyana →

dppn

…proclaimed the ineffectiveness of all deeds, and thereby preached the annihilation of the world. The Buddha said he did not know Soṇakāyana,…

soṇā →

dppn

…and daughters, and she entered the Order in her old age. Her Therīgāthā verses tell of her striving and attainment. AN.i.25 Thig.102–106

subhadda →

dppn

…was weary. The Buddha overheard the conversation and asked Subhadda to come in. Subhadda asked the Buddha if there were any truth in the…

subhakinnā →

dppn

…that world as a result of developing the third jhāna, and their life span is four kappas. AN.ii.127 AN.ii.129

They are filled and pervaded with…

subhā →

dppn

…saying— “Come, here is the offending eye.” The man was appalled and asked her forgiveness. Subhā went to the Buddha, and, at sight of him,…

subhūta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how, when someone lives the wrong way they blame their bad luck, and praises one who only speaks about what…

subhūti →

dppn

…chief of those who lived remote and in peace, and of those who were worthy of gifts. AN.i.24 The Buddha also praised his skill in…

subrahmā →

dppn

…He visits the Buddha at Veḷuvana and tells him that his heart is full of dismay. The Buddha replies that the only path out of sorrow is by…

subāhu →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of the joy of meditating in his little hut while the rain falls. Thag.52

Subāhu3

A Pacceka…

sucimukhī →

dppn

…so, she asked him, respectively, why he ate looking upwards, towards the four quarters, between the four quarters. He denied the truth of all her…

sucitti →

dppn

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

sudassana →

dppn

…him a stanza to recite whenever Pasenadi sat down to a meal, in order that the king might observe moderation in eating. For this service Pasenadi…

sudassā →

dppn

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

sudatta →

dppn

…therassa sahāyaka

A monk whose Theragāthā verse criticizes those who wander unrestrained. Thag.37

suddhikabhāradvāja →

dppn

…only by knowledge of the Vedas. The Buddha answered that it is not knowledge of mantras, but the purity of heart of a man, which is important,…

suddhāvāsakāyikādevā →

dppn

…of the Suddhāvāsā, who appeared before the Buddha and recited three verses in praise of the Saṅgha. SN.i.26 DN.ii.253f.

suddhāvāsā →

dppn

…of Brahma-worlds—the five highest Rūpa worlds—consisting of Avihā, Atappā, Sudassā, Sudassī and Akaniṭṭhā. DN.iii.237

There…

sudhamma →

dppn

…but Citta would not forgive him. The Buddha then gave him a companion, and together they went to Citta, and Sudhamma again asked pardon for his…

sudinna →

dppn

…that if they desired to give it to him they should do so without worrying him. Later his wife visited him, with his mother, at the Mahāvana, and…

sugandha →

dppn

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

suhemanta →

dppn

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

sujātā →

dppn

…and described to her the seven kinds of wives that were in the world. She listened to the sermon and altered her ways….

sukkā →

dppn

…class of Devas who were present, in the company of the Veghanasā, at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.261

sumana →

dppn

…speak of ordaining at age seven, overcoming a dragon, and bringing water for his teacher from lake Anotatta. He is said to be Anuruddha’s novice….

sumanā →

dppn

…and her Therīgāthā verse was spoken by way of encouragement in old age. Thig.16

Sumanā2

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā…

sumaṅgala →

dppn

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

sumaṅgalamātā →

dppn

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

sumbha →

dppn

…where Udāyi visited the Buddha during a stay, and had a conversation with him. SN.v.89 SN.v.168

sumedhā →

dppn

…her parent’s permission even going so far as to lie down on the floor and refuse to move. She refuses the offer of marriage to King Anikaratta…

sumāgadhā →

dppn

…he must be mad and told everyone so. The Buddha explained that what the man had seen was real; it was an Asura army, fleeing from the devas in…

sunakkhatta →

dppn

…him three years after joining the Order, claiming that he could see divine forms but could not hear heavenly sounds. The Sutta itself gives…

sundarasamudda →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses tell of how he was tempted by a courtesan. She showed herself to him, decked and adorned and wearing golden…

sundarika →

dppn

…of discussion is the same. Several additional verses are attributed to the Buddha regarding the true “sacrifice.

Sundarika-Bhāradvāja is also…

sundarikā →

dppn

A river in Kosala, reputed to be efficacious in washing away sins. MN.i.39 There Sundarika Bhāradvāja held sacrifices in honour of Agni and met the…

sundarī →

dppn

…in the streets. For seven days the Buddha stayed in the Gandhakuti, not going to the city for alms, and Ānanda even suggested that they…

sundarīnandā →

dppn

…an exhortation to her to overcome attchment to the body. She was declared foremost among nuns in power of meditation. Thag.82–86 AN.i.25

There…

sunetta →

dppn

…were as good as himself, developed mettā to a much greater degree; but even so, he could not free himself from birth, old age, etc. It was…

sunāga →

dppn

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

sunīta →

dppn

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

supabbā →

dppn

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

suppabuddha →

dppn

…he possessed already the seven stores of Noble Wealth. Sakka reported this conversation to the Buddha, who said that no power in the world would…

suppavāsā →

dppn

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

suppiya →

dppn

…of cemetery keepers. Converted by the preaching of his friend, the Thera Sopāka, he entered the Order and attained arahantship.

In the time…

suppiyā →

dppn

…monks to eat human flesh, even when willingly given. Vin.i.216f.

Suppiyā was declared by the Buddha foremost among women who waited on the…

suriya →

dppn

…is spoken of as seeking Vepacitti and standing by his side, trembling and with stiffened hair. SN.i.51

Suriya was present at the preaching of…

suriyavaccasā →

dppn

…saw her and fell in love with her, but she favoured Mātali’s son Sikhaṇḍī.

Later she heard Pañcasikha sing love-songs in her…

surādha →

dppn

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

susumāragiri →

dppn

…entered his stomach and to have given him trouble. MN.i.332f. Thag.1208

Several Vinaya rules were passed during the Buddha’s stay at…

susārada →

dppn

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

susīma →

dppn

…etc., Susīma discovered that all of them did not possess supernatural powers, but thought they had gained nibbāna “through insight.”…

sutanu →

dppn

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

Sāvatthī3river

suvīra →

dppn

…agreed to do this, but was very lazy about it. This happened three times. Sakka admonished him after the third time on the evils of laziness.

The…

suyāma →

dppn

…DN.i.217

Suyāma2Suyāmana

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of abandoning unwholesome states of mind. Thag.74

sāgata →

dppn

…at Gijjhakūṭa, were very impressed by his iddhi, so much so that even while the Buddha was preaching they could not take their eyes off…

sāketa →

dppn

…the two places could be covered in one day, with seven relays of horses, MN.i.149 but the books contain several references Vin.i.88 Vin.i.89…

sākya →

dppn

…for this suggestion is, however, very meagre. Nowhere do we find the Sākyans calling themselves brahmins. On the other hand, we find various clans…

sālavatikā →

dppn

SālavatikāSālavatī

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

Kosala3town

sāmagāma →

dppn

…Buddha was in the mango grove of the Vedhaññā Sākiyans when the news, as given in the Sāmagāma Sutta, of Nigaṇṭha Nāṭaputta’s…

sāmaññakāni →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of the happiness of one who practices the right way. Thag.35

sāmidatta →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of the end of rebirth. Thag.90

sāmā →

dppn

…going to the monastery five times, then later attained the end of suffering. Thig.37–38

Sāmā2Aparasāmā

A bhikkhunī whose…

sāmāvatī →

dppn

…Buddha, and was declared by him foremost among those who lived in kindliness. AN.i.26 AN.iv.348

sānu →

dppn

…Sānu Sutta. The latter was overwhelmed with grief, and, when Sānu visited her, he found her weeping. She told him that he was as good as dead in…

sārandadacetiya →

dppn

A shrine at Vesāli. DN.ii.75 DN.ii.102 Ud.vi.1

Vesāli3shrine

sātapabbata →

dppn

A mountain in the Middle country, the abode of Sātāgira. Many other Yakkas also lived there, three thousand of whom were present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.257

4hill

sāti →

dppn

…questioned Sāti, who, however, sat silent and glum; then the Buddha preached to him and the assembled monks the Mahātaṇhāsaṅkhaya Sutta….

sāvatthī →

dppn

…to Sāvatthī passed through Vesāli, Vin.ii.159f. and the Pārāyanavagga Snp.1011–1013 gives the resting places between the two cities…

sāvitti →

dppn

A hymn, mentioned as chief of the Vedas. Snp.568 It consists of three lines of twenty four letters. Snp.457

sāḷha →

dppn

…frequently and fell in love. Wishing to seduce her, Sāḷha invited a party of nuns to his house and set apart seats for those nuns who were…

sāṭimattiya →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of one who formerly had faith but now has no more, and of wandering for alms, a little here and there….

sīha →

dppn

…to the Buddha. Having discovered in conversation with the Buddha that he was falsely accused of preaching wrong doctrines, Sīha declared himself…

sīhapapātā →

dppn

One of the seven great lakes of Himavā. AN.iv.107

Himalaya3lake

sīhā →

dppn

…whose Therīgāthā verses tell of how for seven years she tried, without success, to concentrate her mind. Then she tied a noose round her…

sīlavā →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak in praise of virtue (sīla). Thag.608–619

sītavana →

dppn

A grove near Rājagaha where Anāthapiṇḍika first met the Buddha. When Anāthapiṇḍika approached it, he was filled with fear and trembling….

sīvaka →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verse says his preceptor, Vanavaccha, asked him to go from here, and that though his body dwells in the village, his…

sīvali →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of attaining his goal and abandoning pride. Thag.60

Sīvali was declared by the Buddha AN.i.24 pre-eminent…

sīveyyaka →

dppn

…country. Vin.i.278 Pajjota gave a pair of robes of this material to Jīvaka, as a present for his cure. These robes Jīvaka gave to the Buddha….

sūkarakha →

dppn

…was also present, and the sutta led to his attainment of arahantship. MN.i.497 MN.i.501

A conversation which the Buddha had there with…

sūra →

dppn

A messenger of Kuvera. DN.iii.201

sūrambaṭṭha →

dppn

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

tagarasikhī →

dppn

…that it were better that slaves and workmen should have eaten the food. As a result, he was born as a very rich seṭṭhi in Sāvatthī, but was…

tapodā →

dppn

A large lake below the Vebhāra mountain, outside Rājagaha. The lake was cool, but the stream flowing from it, also called Tapodā, Vin.iii.108…

tapodārāma →

dppn

…where the Buddha seems to have stayed on several occasions. It is said DN.ii.116 that on one such occasion the Buddha gave Ānanda the chance of…

tatojasī →

dppn

A messenger of Vessavaṇa. DN.iii.201

tatolā →

dppn

Messenger of Vessavaṇa. DN.iii.201

tatotalā →

dppn

Messenger of Vessavaṇa. DN.iii.201

tattalā →

dppn

Messenger of Vessavaṇa. DN.iii.201

tejasi →

dppn

One of the messengers employed by Kuvera. DN.iii.201

tekicchakārī →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how, by recollecting the triple Gem and the four immeasurables, he overcomes lack of food and comfort….

thera →

dppn

…of a monk in Rājagaha. He lived in solitude, the virtues of which state he extolled. Hearing this, the Buddha sent for him and taught him how the…

therikā →

dppn

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verse says she may sleep happily now the defilements are stilled. Thig.1

thullanandā →

dppn

…Ānanda “boy,” and gave vent to her displeasure at what she considered Kassapa’s presumption. But we are told that soon after that she…

tidivādhibhū →

dppn

A name given to Sakka.

tindukakandarā →

dppn

A cave outside Rājagaha where lodgings were provided for visiting monks. Vin.ii.76 Vin.iii.159

outside Rājagaha3monastery

tindukkhānu →

dppn

…Buddhist…

tissa →

dppn

…Theragāthā contains verses uttered by him regarding certain monks who were jealous of his great renown….

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…

todeyya →

dppn

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

toraṇavatthu →

dppn

…and Sāketa. Pasenadi once stopped there and visited Khemā, who lived there. SN.iv.374

27.145923,82.1255492town

tudu →

dppn

…But Kokālika refused to accept his advice and drove him away. SN.i.149 AN.v.171

tusita →

dppn

…present at the Mahāsamaya. DN.ii.161

5heaven

tālaputa →

dppn

…older actors should so have deceived him in telling him of their theories, and, having heard the Buddha preach, entered the Order and soon…

tāvatiṃsā →

dppn

…known as Tidasā and Tidiva. SN.i.234

5heaven

tāyana →

dppn

…and uttered certain verses in the hearing of the monks, telling of the necessity of following the recluse’s calling with energy and…

ubbirī →

dppn

…Jīva, and reflecting that thousands of her daughters must likewise have died in previous lives. Thus she became enlightened. Thig.51–53

ubhato-vibhaṅga →

dppn

Ubhato-vibhaṅga

A collective term, comprehending the Bhikkhu-vibhaṅga and the Bhikkhunī-vibhaṅga of the Vinaya Pītaka. Sometimes the word…

udaya →

dppn

…of food, how over and over again the dairy-folk draw milk, and how again and again birth and death come to the slow-witted. At the end of…

uddaka →

dppn

…“versed in lore and to have conquered everything, digging out the root of Ill,” though he had no justification for such a claim.

Again, in…

udena cetiya →

dppn

…worship, to the east of Vesāli.

It is mentioned with other shrines at Vesāli—Gotamaka, Sārandada, Sattamba, Cāpāla and Bahuputta—all…

udena →

dppn

…the women of the court had given five hundred costly robes to Ānanda, he was annoyed, but when in answer to his questions Ānanda explained to him…

udāyibhadda →

dppn

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

udāyī →

dppn

…Vin.iii.208 He seems to have been very fond of the company of women and they returned his liking. Vin.iv.20 Vin.iv.61 Vin.iv.68 There was…

ugga →

dppn

…was possessed of eight marvellous qualities, in a way very similar to that of Ugga of Hatthigāmaka. AN.iv.208–212

The Saṃyutta Nikāya…

uggaha →

dppn

…the banker Meṇḍaka; he lived in Bhaddiya. Once when the Buddha was staying in the Jātiyāvana at Bhaddiya, Uggaha invited him and three monks…

uggatasarīra →

dppn

…sacrifice, when Ānanda intervened and suggested that the Buddha should be asked to explain his meaning and to give his advice as to the efficacy of…

uggāhamāna →

dppn

…hall, the carpenter, Pañcakaṅga, on his way to see the Buddha, visited him and had a conversation with him, which conversation Pañcakaṅga…

ujjaya →

dppn

…to sacrifices which involved the slaughter of animals, but sacrifices not necessitating butchery, such as, for instance, a long-established…

ujjenī →

dppn

…Bimbisāra’s death, however, Pajjota seems to have contemplated a war against Ajātasathu. MN.iii.7

The road taken by Bāvarī’s disciples…

ujjhānasaññikā →

dppn

The name given to a group of devas who once visited the Buddha at Jetavana late at night. They charged the Buddha with inconsistency, but later,…

ukkacelā →

dppn

…village in the Vajji country, on the banks of the Ganges, on the road from Rājagaha to Vesāli and near the…

ukkalā →

dppn

…after his Awakening, near Uruvelā, and offered food to him, becoming the first lay disciples, taking refuge only in the Buddha and Dhamma (since…

ukkaṭṭha →

dppn

…the Himālaya. It has been given, free from all taxes (as brahmadeyya), to Pokkharasāti by the king of Kosala, in recognition of the former’s…

ukkhepakatavaccha →

dppn

A monk whose verse is recorded in the Theragāthā. Thag.65

upacāla →

dppn

…and Kaṭissaha. They lived in the Kūṭāgārasālā in Vesāli, but when the Licchavis went there to visit the Buddha, they moved to the…

upacālā →

dppn

…found in both the Therīgāthā and the Saṃyutta, but the sources ascribe different verses to the nuns Cālā, Upacālā, and Sisūpacālā….

upaka →

dppn

…that whoever starts abusive talk of another, without being able to make good his case, is blameworthy. The Buddha agrees and says that Upaka…

upananda →

dppn

…when the rounds were over, refusing to give him any of the food obtained. The unfortunate monk had to starve because it was then too late to…

upasamā →

dppn

Upasamā>

A bhikkhunī whose verse is found in the Therīgāthā. Thig.10

upasena →

dppn

…sporting in the tendrils overhanging the cave. One fell on his shoulder and bit him, and the venom spread rapidly throughout his body; he called…

upavatta →

dppn

…they wished to hear solved regarding the Buddha, the Dhamma and the Saṅgha, magga and paṭipadā, or any questions they wished to ask,…

upavāna →

dppn

…engages Upavāna in conversation and asks him to explain the five qualities which make a monk esteemed and loved by his colleagues. At the end…

uposatha →

dppn

The name of the Elephant Treasure of the Cakkavatti Mahāsudassana. He was “all white, sevenfold firm (sattappatiṭṭha), wonderful in power, flying through the sky.”. DN.ii.174 MN.iii.173f.

uppalavaṇṇā →

dppn

…she took it to the Buddha at Veḷuvana. Finding him away on his alms-rounds, she left the meat with Udāyi, who was looking after the vihāra,…

upāli →

dppn

…certain monks had been deprived by thieves of their clothes, it is Upāli’s protection that they seek. Vin.iii.212

The canon contains but few…

uruvelakappa →

dppn

…preached by the Buddha at Uruvelakappa and addressed to the monks regarding the importance of insigh. SN.iv.228f.

Once when the Buddha was…

uruvelā →

dppn

…Doctrine, he returned to Uruvelā, to the Kappāsikavanasanda and converted the Bhaddavaggiyā. Vin.i.23f. At Uruvelā dwelt also the…

uruvelākassapa →

dppn

…Further down the river lived his brothers Nadī-Kassapa with three hundred disciples and Gayā-Kassapa with two hundred.

The Buddha…

usabha →

dppn

…the season’s fulfilment, have won full growth. Why should not I, who have obtained suitable season, win growth by good qualities?“ Pondering…

uttamā →

dppn

…verses in the Therīgāthā tell of how, as a daughter of the Buddha, she has developed the seven awakening-factors and attained Nibbāna….

uttara →

dppn

…months, in order to observe his carriage in his every posture. At the end of that period, he returned to Brahmāyu and reported what he had…

uttarakuru →

dppn

…a Kapparukkha which lasts for a whole kappa. AN.i.264

The Buddha is said to have travelled with his psychic powers to Uttarakuru for alms….

uttaramātā →

dppn

…and obtained heavenly bliss, and took up her residence in a tree near the Buddha’s Fragrant Chamber. Little Uttarā was too young to…

uttarapāla →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse tell of how he overcame his desire and confusion and attained arahantship. Thag.252–254

uttarikā →

dppn

A diminutive form of Uttarā used by Uttaramātā, the Yakkhinī, in addressing her daughter. SN.i.210

uttarā →

dppn

…Therīgāthā contains seven verses uttered by her after becoming an arahant, the result of her determination not to leave the sitting posture…

uttarāpa →

dppn

The name given to the region to the north of the river Mahī. See also Aṅguttarāpa.

???3region

uttarāpatha →

dppn

…region was famous from very early times for its horses and horse-dealers, Vin.iii.6 and horses were brought down for sāle from there to such…

uttiya →

dppn

…with similar Theragāthā verses, the others being Godhika, Subāhu and Valliya. The verses speak of the song of the rain on their well-sealed…

uṇṇābha →

dppn

…and asked him whether the five sense-faculties, which were of different scope and range, had any common ground of resort. The Buddha replies that…

vacchagotta →

dppn

…of Rājagaha, but seems to have travelled widely, for we find him visiting the Buddha at Vesāli, MN.i.481 at Sāvatthī, MN.i.483 SN.iii.257 and at…

vacchapāla →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of the ease of attaining Nibbana for one who practices well. Thag.71

vaggumudā →

dppn

VaggumudāVattumudā

A river in the Vajji country. On its banks lived Yasoja and his five hundred companions. Ud.iii.3

Vajjī3river

vajirapāṇi →

dppn

…It is said that whoever, even up to the third time of being asked, refuses to answer a reasonable question put by a Buddha, his head will split…

vajjiputta →

dppn

…Vajjiputta’s story is given in the Saṃyutta. SN.i.201f.

A Vajjiputta, perhaps the same person, has another verse that encourages a…

vajjita →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how, after many rebirths he has found peace. Thag.215–216

vajjiyamāhita →

dppn

…of his teachings could be proved. Having thus silenced them, he sought the Buddha, to whom he repeated the conversation. The Buddha praised him, and…

vajjī →

dppn

…Cetiya.

The Buddha travelled several times through the Vajjian country, the usual route being through Kosala, Malla, Vajji, Kāsi, Māgadha,…

vakkali →

dppn

…rose from his bed to receive the Buddha’s message, and sending word to the Buddha that he had no desire or love for the body or the other…

valliya →

dppn

…hut. Thag.53

Two further verses ascribed to a monk of the same name address a monkey who tries to enter his hut in vain. Thag.125–126

Another…

vanasavhaya →

dppn

VanasavhayaVanasaVanasāvhayaTumbavanagaraPavanaVanasāvatthī

A city lying between Vedisa and Kosambī, on the road taken by Bāvarī’s disciples. Snp.1011

24.69943,80.1727292town

vanavaccha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of his delight to be meditating in nature. Thag.13

There is a separate verse also ascribed to a Vacchagotta…

vappa →

dppn

…of the group of five monks who practiced with the Bodhisatta before his Awakening, and who were his first monastic followers. Vappa was…

varadhara →

dppn

…the time of the Buddha. He lived with Annabhāra, Sakuludāyī and others in the Paribbājakārāma, on the banks of the Sappinikā, AN.ii.29…

varuṇa →

dppn

…of Varuṇa in order to have all their fears dispelled. SN.i.219

In the Tevijja Sutta. DN.i.244 Varuṇa is mentioned with Indra, Soma, Isāna,…

vasabha →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of one who kills himself and others, and then address a certain Sujampati, saying that a brahmin has color on…

vassa →

dppn

…There were certain aspects of the Buddha’s teaching which even they would accept. SN.iii.73 AN.ii.31 MN.iii.78

vassakāra →

dppn

…and Vassakāra takes his leave.

Three conversations between the Buddha and Vassakāra are recorded in the Aṅguttara Nikāya, all three taking…

vaḍḍha →

dppn

…his family to ask for forgiveness. He was ordered to go before the Saṅgha and confess his error, after which the sentence was revoked….

vaḍḍhamāna →

dppn

…monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of putting forth effort as if one’s haor was on fire. Thag.40 Elsewhere Thag.1162 this same verse is…

vaḍḍhamātā →

dppn

…mother of Vaḍḍha. Her conversation with Vaḍḍha and his declaration to her after becoming an arahant are included in the Therīgāthā….

vaṃsa →

dppn

…Suṃsumāragiri, seems to have been subject to the Vaṃsa in the Buddha’s time, for we find Udena’s son, Bodhi, living there. In nominal lists…

vaṅgīsa →

dppn

…ceremony. Thag.1231–1237 Several verses were in praise of his colleagues—e.g. Sāriputta, Thag.1231–1233 Aññā Koṇḍañña,…

vaṭajālikāyaṃ →

dppn

…monastery on Sankheyyaka mountain in Mahisa country. A monk, named Uttara, once lived there and was visited by Sakka….

vebhāra →

dppn

…was the Sattapaṇṇiguhā, where the first Convocation was held. Vin.ii.76 The river Tapodā rose in a lake at the foot of…

vedalla →

dppn

The last of the nine aṅgas or portions of the Dhamma classified according to literary form. MN.i.133 Vin.iii.8 It probably included analytical texts.

vedehikā →

dppn

A lady of Sāvatthī who had a reputation for gentleness till her servant girl, Kāḷī, convinced people that it was not deserved. MN.i.125f.

vedehiputta →

dppn

An epithet of Ajātasattu. It means either “son of the lady from Videha” or “son of the wise woman”.

vedehā →

dppn

The people of Videha.

vedhaññā →

dppn

VedhaññāVedañña

A family of Sākiyans. It was to them that the Pāsādika Sutta was preached. DN.iii.17 From the Sāmagāma Sutta MN.ii.244 it…

vedisa →

dppn

…which was also called Vedisagiri. Dpv.vi.15; Dpv.xii.14, Dpv.xii.35; Sp.i.70, 71; Mhv.xiii.6 9,18.

Vedisa was fifty yojanas from…

vediyaka →

dppn

VediyakaVediya

A mountain to the north of Ambasaṇḍā, in which was the Indasālaguhā, where the Buddha stayed. The mountain was bathed in…

veghanasā →

dppn

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

vehapphala →

dppn

…as a result of developing the fourth jhāna. Their life span is five hundred great aeons. AN.ii.128 AN.ii.129

5heaven

vejayanta →

dppn

…one hundred towers, each seven stories high, with seven nymphs in each storey, waited on by seven attendants. Moggallāna allowed himself to be…

vekaliṅga →

dppn

VekaliṅgaVebhaliṅgaVehaliṅga

A township where lived Ghaṭīkāra, friend of Jotipāla. SN.i.34 SN.i.60

The township was in Kosala, and once,…

vekhaṇassa →

dppn

A Paribbājaka teacher of Sakuladāyī.

velāmikā →

dppn

Chief of the eighty four thousand women who waited on Mahāsudassana, king of Kusāvatī. She was also called Khattiyānī. SN.iii.146 But in the Dīgha DN.ii.187 the chief queen is called Subhaddā.

venāgapura →

dppn

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

Kosala3town

vepacitti →

dppn

…the Devas applauding. Several verses were spoken by each, and both Devas and Asuras decided in favour of Sakka, because Vepacitti’s verses…

vepulla →

dppn

…and descend the mountain in very little time. SN.ii.190f.

Vepulla was the abode of the Yakkha Kumbhīra and his one hundred thousand followers….

verahaccāni →

dppn

…to a meal, and, when it was over, the teacher put on her sandals, sat on a high seat, and, with her head veiled, asked Udāyī to preach the…

verañja →

dppn

A brahmin who lived at Verañjā.

verañjakā →

dppn

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

verañjā →

dppn

…the Buddha wished to take leave of Verañja before setting out, as was the custom of Buddhas when they received hospitality. Verañja admitted that,…

veroca →

dppn

…is probably identical with Verocana, lord of the Asuras’ who, according to the Saṃyutta Nikāya, SN.i.225f. went with Sakka to visit the…

vessabhū →

dppn

King of Avanti in the time of Reṇu. His capital was Māhissatī. DN.ii.236

vessāmitta →

dppn

…AN.iii.224 Vin.i.2451

Vessāmitta2

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

vesāli →

dppn

…of the Buddha who lived in Vesāli, special mention is made of Ugga, Piṅgiyāni, Kāraṇapālī, Sīha, Vāseṭṭha, AN.iv.258 and the…

vesālā →

dppn

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

vetambarī →

dppn

…and spoke of their beliefs. Vetambarī spoke two verses, one condemning asceticism, and the other, which followed immediately on the first, in…

vetaraṇi →

dppn

…MN.iii.185 Its waters are sharp and bitter, Snp.674 and the river flows by the Asipattavana.

5river

veteṇḍu →

dppn

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

vethadīpaka →

dppn

The brahmin of Vethadīpa, who claimed an eighth share of the Buddha’s relics. DN.ii.165 DN.ii.167

veyyākaraṇa →

dppn

One of the nine aṅgas, into which the Dhamma was organized by way of literary style. It means “Answer” or “Explanation” and refers to discourses elaborated by way of question and answer.

veḷudvāra →

dppn

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

Kosala3town

veḷukaṇḍa →

dppn

VeḷukaṇḍaVeḷukaṇṭa

A city in Avanti. Moggallāna and Sāriputta visited the place in the course of a journey in Dakkhiṇāgiri and were…

veḷukaṇṭakī →

dppn

VeḷukaṇṭakīVeḷukaṇḍakīVeḷukaṇḍakiyāVeḷukaṇṭakiyā

A lady of Veḷukaṇṭa. She is mentioned as an exemplary lay…

veḷuvana →

dppn

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

veṇhu →

dppn

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

veṇḍu →

dppn

A devaputta. He visited the Buddha and asked him a question. SN.i.52

veṭṭhadīpaka →

dppn

VeṭṭhadīpakaVethadīpa

A brahmin settlement, the chieftain of which claimed a part of the Buddha’s relics; having obtained the relics, he…

vidhura →

dppn

One of the two chief disciples of Kakusandha Buddha. DN.ii.4 SN.ii.191 He received his name because he was a peerless preacher of the Dhamma. MN.i.333

vijaya →

dppn

…as an exemplary layman. AN.iii.451

Vijaya2

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

vijayā →

dppn

…whose Therīgāthā verses say that she went to the monastery up to five times before being approached by a bhikkhunī, who taght her the…

vijitasena →

dppn

Several verses uttered by him in self admonition, in which he displays his knowledge of elephant training, are included in the Theragāthā….

vimala →

dppn

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

Vimala3

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of…

vimalakoṇḍañña →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse is in the form of a riddle. Thag.64

vimalā →

dppn

A bhikkhunī whose Therīgāthā verses speak of the fading beuaty of youth and the peace of liberation. Thig.72–76

visākha →

dppn

…is recorded in the Culla Vedalla Sutta. MN.i.299f. Visākha then visited the Buddha and reported their conversation to him, winning the…

visākhā →

dppn

…that as long as she lived she be allowed to give robes to the members of the Order for the rainy season; food for monks coming into…

vāmadeva →

dppn

One of the great sages honoured by the brahmins as authors of hymns. Vin.i.245 DN.i.104 Compare Rigveda 5.26; Rāmāyana 1.7, etc.

vāmaka →

dppn

One of the great sages held in esteem by the brahmins. Vin.i.245 DN.i.104 DN.i.238 MN.ii.169 MN.ii.200 Vin.i.2451 Compare Vaṃsa in Rigveda 10.99.

vāraṇa →

dppn

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

vāseṭṭha →

dppn

…of the originators of the Vedic mantras. Vin.i.245 DN.i.104 MN.ii.164 MN.ii.200

Vāseṭṭha2

A clan, probably tracing its descent…

vāseṭṭhī →

dppn

…whose Therīgāthā verses tell of her child’s death and her subsequent history. Thig.133–138

It is said that the brahmin Sujāta,…

vīra →

dppn

Vīra

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of taming oneself like a hero. Thag.8

vīrā →

dppn

VīrāCīrā

A certain lay follower gave her a robe, and a Yakkha aware of this, went about praising his piety. SN.i.213

vītasokā →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of how, while shaving, he gained insight. Thag.169–170

yakkha →

dppn

…and Punabbasumātā, and even Vessavaṇa, listening to Veḷukaṇḍakī Nandamātā reciting the Parāyana Vagga. AN.iv.63 At the preaching of…

yama →

dppn

…him as to whether they have seen these messengers and profited by them. If the answer is in the negative, the nirayapālas take them away to the…

yamataggi →

dppn

…good life and persuaded his followers to do likewise. He was among the originators of the Vedic hymns. Vin.i.245 DN.i.238 DN.i.239 MN.ii.169…

yamunā →

dppn

…Vin.ii.237 AN.iv.101 AN.iv.198 AN.iv.202 AN.v.22 Vin.ii.2371 Vin.ii.2373 The river was evidently the special resort of the Nāgas….

yasa →

dppn

…they returned to Vesāli, where lived Sabbakāmī, the oldest Thera of the day. After obtaining his opinion on the matter, an assembly…

yasadatta →

dppn

…and at the end of the Sabhiya Sutta admonished him in five verses. Thag.360–364

yasoja →

dppn

…them, asked them to remove themselves from his presence, as they were behaving like fishermen. Taking his admonition to heart, they returned to…

yona →

dppn

…people, masters and slaves, and the master could become a slave or vice versa.

37.45,26.52region

ābhassarā →

dppn

…they are given below the Appamāṇābhā and above the Subhā.

5heaven

ājīvakā →

dppn

…mother. They extol themselves and disparage others and yet they have produced only three shining lights: Nanda Vaccha, Kisa Saṅkicca, Makkhali…

ākoṭaka →

dppn

…by Asama, Sahali, Ninka, Vetambarī and Mānava-Gāmiya. Ākoṭaka spoke before the Buddha in praise of various teachers of other schools:…

āmalakīvana →

dppn

…grove at Cātumā. The Buddha once stayed there, and it was on that occasion that the Cātumā Sutta was preached….

ānandakumāra →

dppn

…of Pañcala in order to erect buildings for King Vedeha. AN.vi.427

āpaṇa →

dppn

…and Keṇiya, he seems to have stayed at Āpaṇa for over a week and ordained three hundred monks in the company of Sela….

ārohanta →

dppn

…her to wait on him as it was improper and, angered by his words, she poured the water over his head and struck him with the fan. For this she was…

ārāmadaṇḍa →

dppn

…Kaccāna, “in Sāvatthī lives the Exalted One,” and he proceeded to describe the Buddha’s virtues. Ārāmadaṇḍa stood up with clasped…

ārāmikagāma →

dppn

…to the village in which lived the five hundred park-keepers who were given by Bimbisāra to the Elder Pilindavaccha. It was near Rājagaha and…

āthabbaṇa →

dppn

A branch of knowledge, dabbling in which is forbidden to monks. Probably the Atharva Veda, which includes sorcery and magic spells. Snp.927

ātuma →

dppn

A monk whose verse is in the Theragāthā. Thag.72

ātumā →

dppn

…and when the Buddha arrived in Ātumā and went to stay in the Bhūsāgāra, they made ready rice-gruel and offered it to him. The Buddha,…

āḷakamandā →

dppn

…and a royal residence of Kuvera. DN.iii.201

In the Culla Vagga Vin.ii.152 the word is used as an adjective (vihārā āḷakamandā honti) to…

āḷavakā →

dppn

…name given to the monks of Āḷavī.

The Āḷavaka-bhikkhū are mentioned several times in the Vinaya Vin.ii.172ff.

āḷavī →

dppn

…There was evidently a large community of monks at Āḷavī, some of whom seem to have chiefly occupied themselves with building vihāras…

āḷavīgotama →

dppn

ĀḷavīgotamaĀḷavīGotama

A thera, who is mentioned in the Sutta Nipāta Snp.1146 in a verse spoken by the Buddha to Piṅgiya when the Buddha appeared in a ray of light at Bāvarī’s hermitage.

āḷārakālāma →

dppn

…in his quest, took leave of Āḷāra to go elsewhere. When, after having practised austerities for six years, the Buddha attained…

abhiññā →

farkas

közvetlen tudás

ādīnava →

farkas

veszély, hátrány

adinnādāna →

farkas

lopás; annak elvétele, amit nem adtak oda

adukkhamasukha →

farkas

sem szenvedés, sem boldogság; semleges

āhāra →

farkas

táplálék, közvetlen ok, feltétel

ariya-aṭṭhaṅgika-magga →

farkas

nemes nyolcrétű ösvény

bodhipakkhiya-dhamma →

farkas

a megvilágosodás velejárói, kísérői

dukkha →

farkas

szenvedés, szenvedésteli, nem kielégítő

kalyāna-mitta →

farkas

jóbarát, kedvező hatású barát

kammanta →

farkas

tevékenység

karuṇā →

farkas

együttérzés, részvét, részvétel

kilesa →

farkas

tudati szennyeződés, szenvedély

magga →

farkas

ösvény

mahābhūta →

farkas

négy nagy elem (föld, víz, tűz, lég/levegő)

micchā →

farkas

helytelen, téves

muditā →

farkas

elismerés, együttörvendés

nandī →

farkas

élvezet, gyönyörködés

nissaraṇa →

farkas

menekvés, szabadulás

padhāna →

farkas

buzgalom, törekvés

parinibbāna →

farkas

végső ellobbanás

patha →

farkas

út, ösvény

paṭinissagga →

farkas

végső eloldódás, feladás

sakkāya-diṭṭhi →

farkas

az önvaló téves nézete, önhittség

saṁvega →

farkas

sürgető kényszer

upasampadā →

farkas

befogadás, felvétel, magasabb beavatás

vāyāma →

farkas

igyekezet, törekvés

vedanā →

farkas

érzés, érzet

vibhava →

farkas

létre-nem-jövés

viveka →

farkas

elkülönülés, elválás

yoniso manasikāra →

farkas

végsőkig hatoló, átható-, mélyreható tudatműködés

abalabala →

ncped

very foolish, very feeble; babbling (?)

abaḷabaḷa →

ncped

very foolish, very feeble; babbling (?)

abbhantarima →

ncped

being far within; inner, innermost; very intimate.

abbhanumodati →

ncped

accepts with thanks; approves, praises; assents to.

abbhanumodita →

ncped

(from abbhanumodati) one who approves; one who prasies.

abbhanumoditar →

ncped

(from abbhanumodati) one who approves; one who prasies.

abbhatireka →

ncped

excessive; very great.

abbhatīta →

ncped

  1. (pass.) overstepped, transgressed; neglected; passed (by).
  2. (act.)
    1. having elapsed; passed away.
    2. past; dead.

abbhu →

ncped

an exclamation of horror or fright or aversion

abbhudayati →

ncped

rises (as the sun); rises over

abbhudeti →

ncped

rises (as the sun); rises over

abbhudāhasi →

ncped

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

abbhukkirati →

ncped

sprinkles; besprinkles; scatters up over.

abbhuta →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) astonishing, wonderful; out of the ordinary, strange.
  2. (n.) a wonderful thing, a marvel.

abbhuṃ →

ncped

an exclamation of horror or fright or aversion

abbhāgata →

ncped

come; arrived (as a guest); an (uninvited) guest.

abbuḷha →

ncped

drawn out; pulled out; removed

abbuḷhasalla →

ncped

with the dart or barb removed

abbūḷha →

ncped

drawn out; pulled out; removed

abbūḷhasalla →

ncped

drawn out; pulled out; removed

abhejja →

ncped

not to be broken or pierced; not to be alienated or severed; not to be set at variance.

abhibhavana →

ncped

overcame (?).

abhibhosmi →

ncped

I have overcome; I am master over.

abhibhuyya →

ncped

having overcome; having surpassed; victorious.

abhibhāyatana →

ncped

sphere of mastering; area of control (one of six or eight stages in overcoming reactions to objects of the senses)

abhibhū →

ncped

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

abhibhūta →

ncped

overcame; vanquished.

abhicchanna →

ncped

covered (with)

abhichanna →

ncped

covered (with)

abhidosaṃkālakata →

ncped

having died last evening

abhidosaṃkālaṅkata →

ncped

having died last evening

abhidosika →

ncped

of the previous evening, of last night

abhigijjhati →

ncped

  1. craves, is greedy (for, loc.).
  2. envies.

abhijappana →

ncped

muttering spells over; bewitching.

abhijappati →

ncped

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

abhijappayati →

ncped

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

abhijigiṃsati →

ncped

tries to win; wishes to overcome

abhijigīsati →

ncped

tries to win; wishes to overcome

abhijjhati →

ncped

longs for; covets.

abhijjhita →

ncped

one who covets

abhijjhitar →

ncped

one who covets

abhijjhā →

ncped

longing for; covetousness.

abhijjhālu →

ncped

covetous.

abhijjhāta →

ncped

one who covets

abhijjhātar →

ncped

one who covets

abhijjhāyati →

ncped

longs for, covets.

abhijīvanika →

ncped

providing a livelihood.

abhikirati →

ncped

  1. sg. scatter over; to sprinkle

abhikkanta →

ncped

  1. (mfn.)
    1. arrived; having approached.
    2. advanced, passed (of the night, in the second or third watch); excellent, admirable; beautiful,…

abhikāmi →

ncped

very much desiring.

abhikāmin →

ncped

very much desiring.

abhikīrati →

ncped

abhikīrati1

pr. 3. sg. scatter over; to sprinkle

abhikīrati2

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

abhinandati →

ncped

rejoices at, welcomes; approves of; is pleased at.

abhinipuṇa →

ncped

very clever, very acute.

abhinivatteti →

ncped

abhinivatteti1

pr. 3 sg. gives up, abandons

abhinivatteti2

pr. 3 sg. takes out; removes.

abhinivaṭṭeti →

ncped

gives up, abandons

abhinivesa →

ncped

  1. devotion, adherence to, intentness on (loc); inclination (esp. to something bad); insistence, conviction (esp. of what is not true).
  2. extension (in length or width).

abhiniveseti →

ncped

adheres to applies oneself to

abhinivuttha →

ncped

having lived in

abhinivutthapubba →

ncped

having previously lived in

abhinivuṭṭha →

ncped

having lived in

abhinīharati →

ncped

draws out; stretches out (towards); moves (thought) out.

abhinīla-m-āyata →

ncped

abhinīla-m-āyata

mfn. very black and long.

abhinīlanetta →

ncped

with very dark eyes.

abhippakirati →

ncped

scatters over, strews over, covers (completely).

abhippalambati →

ncped

hangs down (over).

abhippasādeti →

ncped

makes well-disposed (towards); makes have confidence (in)

abhipāleti →

ncped

protects; watches over.

abhirucita →

ncped

pleasing, agreeable, approved.

abhisaddahati →

ncped

has faith, believes (in, gen. personae, acc. rei).

abhisandayati →

ncped

makes overflow; floods, drenches

abhisandeti →

ncped

makes overflow; floods, drenches

abhisanna →

ncped

flooded, drenched; filled (with), overflowing

abhisañchanna →

ncped

completely covered.

abhisaṅkharoti →

ncped

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

abhisaṅkhāra →

ncped

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

abhissanna →

ncped

flooded, drenched; filled (with), overflowing

abhitiṭṭhati →

ncped

stands supreme over; overpowers; surpasses.

abhivadati →

ncped

  1. addresses (respectfully), salutes; welcomes; approves of.
  2. declares, asserts; speaks, names.

abhivagga →

ncped

sort of portcullis or large spiked defensive weapon.

abhivasanavaratara →

ncped

the very best of clothing, choice clothes

abhivijināti →

ncped

overpowers; wins; is victorious.

abhivisajati →

ncped

pours forth; gives away, dispenses.

abhivādayati →

ncped

addresses reverently; greets; salutes respectfully

abhivādeti →

ncped

addresses reverently; greets; salutes respectfully

abhiññā →

ncped

…power or knowledge (five (or six): iddhividhā, dibbasota, paracittavijānana, pubbenivāsānussati, dibbacakkhu, + āsavānam khaye…

abhu →

ncped

an exclamation of horror or fright or aversion

abhuṃ →

ncped

an exclamation of horror or fright or aversion

accagamā →

ncped

overcame.

accaguṃ →

ncped

accaguṃaccagū

aor. 3 sg. surpassed, overcame.

accanta →

ncped

…end or limit; excessive, very great; perpetual; absolute, complete; most commonly accantaṃ, adv., excessively, exceedingly; perpetually….

accasarā →

ncped

give offense.

accasarī →

ncped

gave offense.

accayati →

ncped

  1. passes (of time), elapses; passes by, eludes; passes by, neglects.
  2. goes beyond; oversteps; overcomes; becomes free of.

accayo maṃ accagamā →

ncped

accayo maṃ (no) accagamā

(?) a fault has overcome me (us), i.e. has been committed by me (us)

accayo maṃ no accagamā →

ncped

accayo maṃ (no) accagamā

(?) a fault has overcome me (us), i.e. has been committed by me (us)

accekacīvara →

ncped

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

acchanna →

ncped

clothed (with); covered

acchara →

ncped

wonderful thing, a marvel; amazement

acchariya →

ncped

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

acchariyaṃ →

ncped

is used often as an exclamation (frequently combined with abbhutaṃ) how wonderful! what a wonderful thing! it’s a marvel!

acchindati →

ncped

tears off; removes, removes forcibly; tears away from; robs (someone, acc. or gen.); plunders; deprives (of).

acchinna →

ncped

  1. removed forcibly, taken away; plundered.
  2. robbed

acchādana →

ncped

covering, clothing, cloth; protection.

acchādayati →

ncped

covers; clothes or presents with (clothes, instr.); puts on (clothes, acc.).

accuggamamma →

ncped

rising out (of); being raised above.

accuṇha →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) very hot: too hot.
  2. (n.) excessive heat.

accāraddha →

ncped

undertaken or practiced excessively.

accāsanna →

ncped

very near; too near; very close.

accāsanne →

ncped

very near; too close

accāvadati →

ncped

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

accāyata →

ncped

very much stretched or extended; over-strung (opposite to atisithila); high, sharp.

addhabhaveti →

ncped

makes govern, lets control.

addhabhavi →

ncped

governed; controlled.

addhabhūta →

ncped

governed, mastered; dependent.

addhagū →

ncped

going on the road, walking, travelling; a traveler, a wayfarer.

addhanīya →

ncped

  1. fit for traveling.
  2. lasting a long period; enduring.

addhika →

ncped

traveler; a wanderer.

addhābhavanta →

ncped

master of; governing; controlling.

adhi →

ncped

…abundance. 2. as preverb to verbs and their derivatives expresses: up to, towards, into; over, above; in addition to. 3. as separate…

adhibhoti →

ncped

adhibhotiadhibhosi

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

adhibhū →

ncped

one who overpowers; lord, master; conqueror.

adhibhūta →

ncped

overpowered

adhiccasamuppannika →

ncped

one who believes in fortuitous or causeless origination

adhiceta →

ncped

attentive.

adhicetas →

ncped

attentive.

adhideva →

ncped

superior or supreme god; one above the gods.

adhiggahita →

ncped

excelled; overpowered, possessed.

adhiggaṇhāti →

ncped

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

adhimatta →

ncped

above measure, excessive; very great; greater.

adhimattakasimāna →

ncped

excessive leanness; serious emaciation

adhimokkha →

ncped

faith, conviction; firm resolve, decision.

adhimuccati →

ncped

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

adhimuccita →

ncped

one who believes; who is convinced.

adhimuccitar →

ncped

one who believes; who is convinced.

adhisallikhati →

ncped

is over scrupulous.

adhitiṭṭhati →

ncped

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

adhivattati →

ncped

comes on; moves over; overwhelms.

adhivāsayati →

ncped

is patient, waits; bears patiently, endures; assents, gives in to; accepts (an invitation).

adhiṭṭhahati →

ncped

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

adhiṭṭheti →

ncped

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

adhiṭṭhita →

ncped

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

adhiṭṭhāti →

ncped

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

adhonābhiṃ →

ncped

below the navel; what is below the navel; see adho)

adhovirecana →

ncped

purging; purgative

adhunāgata →

ncped

newly arrived (at); being a newcomer (to)

agga-m-agga →

ncped

agga-m-agga

mfn. the very best; the most excellent.

agga →

ncped

…the best, chief (very often iic); (n.) the best part; the ideal; a most excellent thing; the best of its class or type. 2. (n.m.) the…

aggadvāra →

ncped

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

aggañña →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) chief, principal; primitive, original.
  2. (n.) the beginning of things; origin

agghati →

ncped

is worth, has the value of; deserves; frequently in phrase kalaṃ na agghati (soḷasiṃ), is not worth a (sixteenth) part (of).

aggi →

ncped

…Bhagavā. 4. (metaphorically) mental fire, fever.

ajapada →

ncped

“goat-footed” cloven like a goat’s hoof

ajina →

ncped

the hairy skin of an animal; esp. the skin of the black antelope (worn as a garment and used as a covering by ascetics).

ajinappaveṇī →

ncped

covering or rug made from pieces of antelope skin sewn together

ajjh- →

ncped

ajjh-

(?) is the form of the preverb adhi- before vowels except ī.

ajjhatta →

ncped

(from ajjhattaṃ) inner; subjective; within oneself; what is internal; oneself.

ajjhena →

ncped

learning, study (esp. of the Vedas); recitation.

ajjholambati →

ncped

hangs down (over).

ajjhottharati →

ncped

covers, spreads over; overwhelms, overpowers; threatens.

ajjhājīve →

ncped

as regards way of life.

ajjhāruḷha →

ncped

grown over, grown upon; spread over, dominated

ajjhārūha →

ncped

overgrowing, dominating, parasitical.

ajjhārūhati →

ncped

grows in and up over (as a parasite); spreads over, dominates.

ajjhāvasati →

ncped

inhabits; dwells in, lives on (as ruler or owner); esp. agāram ~ati, lives the settled life of a householder.

ajjhāvuttha →

ncped

lived in, inhabited, occupied

ajjhāyaka →

ncped

one who studies (the Vedas); a studious, learned person, a scholar.

ajjhūpagata →

ncped

who has come to, reached; entered upon; agreed to; gone over to

akallarūpa →

ncped

in very poor spirits; unwell

akatavedi →

ncped

akatavedin →

ncped

akaṇa →

ncped

without bran; with the bran removed

akhīṇāsava →

ncped

in whom the āsavas have not perished, who is not an arhat

akilāsu →

ncped

untiring, unwearied; making every effort

akiriyavāda →

ncped

professing the doctrine that activity is not morally significant or effective; advocating abstention

akiriyavādi →

ncped

professing the doctrine that activity is not morally significant or effective; advocating abstention

akiriyavādin →

ncped

professing the doctrine that activity is not morally significant or effective; advocating abstention

akiriyā →

ncped

…absence of morally significant or morally effective activity

akkhantī →

ncped

impatience, intolerance; irascibility; unwillingness to forgive

akkhaṇavedhi →

ncped

(probably) piercing the target.

akkhaṇavedhin →

ncped

(probably) piercing the target.

akkhikahāraka →

ncped

akkhikahāraka1

masculine one who removes eyes.

akkhikahāraka2

masculine one who collects seeds.

akkhīṇāsava →

ncped

in whom the āsavas have not perished, who is not an arhat

akriyā →

ncped

…absence of morally significant or morally effective activity

akukkukata →

ncped

(what is) not temporary; give an unlimited time

akusala →

ncped

…not expert; not knowledgeable about or conversant with

akālacāri →

ncped

traveling or going for alms at the wrong time, an an unsuitable time

akālacārin →

ncped

traveling or going for alms at the wrong time, an an unsuitable time

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

akālika →

ncped

not dependent on time; not limited to a particular time; immediate, immediately effective

alasa →

ncped

lazy, inactive; indolent, idle.

alaṅkāra →

ncped

ornament, decoration; the act of decorating; improvement.

allika →

ncped

or ~ā feminine the dye made from the leaves of the alli plant.

alābu →

ncped

the fruit of the bottle-gourd; a vessel made from the bottle-gourd.

amama →

ncped

without possessiveness, without egotism; unselfish.

amarāvikkhepika →

ncped

(one) who equivocates; who gives evasive answers; who cannot be pinned down.

an →

ncped

an-

neg. prefix negative prefix before vowels.

ana →

ncped

ana-

neg. prefix a double negative prefix.

anabhibhuyya →

ncped

not having overcome; not having surpassed; not victorious

anabhibhūta →

ncped

not overcame; not vanquished

anabhijjhita →

ncped

not coveted.

anabhijjhā →

ncped

lack of covetousness

anabhijjhālu →

ncped

not greedy or covetous

anabhijjhāta →

ncped

one who does not covet

anabhijjhātar →

ncped

one who does not covet

anabhinivesa →

ncped

non-adherence (to, loc.)

anacchariya →

ncped

…& neuter not marvelous, not surprising; natural; not unusual, unexceptional; a natural thing or…

anadhibhū →

ncped

not a conqueror; one who does not overcome

anadhibhūta →

ncped

not overpowered

anadhiṭṭhita →

ncped

…formally taking…

anadhiṭṭhāna →

ncped

not a support; not determining; not fixing one’s mind on. lack of resolve; not taking formal possession.

anajjhāyaka →

ncped

one who does not study (the Vedas)

analasa →

ncped

diligent; active, energetic.

anantadassi →

ncped

of unlimited sight, seeing everything

anantadassin →

ncped

of unlimited sight, seeing everything

anantarahita →

ncped

uncovered, bare; not having disappeared

anantarika →

ncped

with no space intervening; immediately preceding or following

anantarāyikinī →

ncped

not hindered; not prevented.

ananumodaka →

ncped

who does not give thanks; who does not give approval

ananuvejja →

ncped

not to be found.

ananuññāta →

ncped

not allowed, not given permission

anapāya →

ncped

not going away, without aversion

anatiritta →

ncped

none left over; none remaining

anatthata →

ncped

not covered; (of the kaṭhina) not properly covered; (of the kaṭhina robe-making and ritual) not properly carried out, not properly performed

anatīta →

ncped

not having past or overcome; subject to

anavakkanta →

ncped

not entered; not trodden upon; not overcome.

andhaveṇi →

ncped

line or series of blind men

aneja →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) unmoved, imperturbable; without emotion.
  2. (n.) imperturbability; immoveable state; freedom from emotion

anekapariyāyena →

ncped

in many ways; in a manifold way; with several parallel expressions

anekavidha →

ncped

of several kinds; manifold; various

anekavihita →

ncped

varioulsy ordered; of several kinds, various

aneñja →

ncped

…or n. in apposition?) unmoved; not to be stirred; imperturbable (often applied both to determinative actions leading to existence in…

anodhijina →

ncped

who has not overcome the limits, who has not gone beyond what is limited or limits; or not knowing as far as the furthest extent

anodissa →

ncped

without reference (to a specific person); in general; universally

anokāsaṃ kata →

ncped

ho has not given the opportunity; who has not consented or given permission

antaga →

ncped

having reached the end; thoroughly conversant with reaching perfection (in); extreme

antamaso →

ncped

eve; even so much as.

antara →

ncped

…space); moment between (two events); distance; difference, disagreement. 2. inner meaning, real state of the case

  1. concentrates on, keeps in…

antarahita →

ncped

disappeared, vanished; covered; invisible

antarākathā →

ncped

mutual talk, conversation (between)

antarāparinibbāyi →

ncped

one who realized nibbāna beforehand (before passing the midpoint of his term life in heaven)

antarāparinibbāyin →

ncped

one who realized nibbāna beforehand (before passing the midpoint of his term life in heaven)

antarāyakara →

ncped

(~ī)n. causing obstacles; preventing

antarāyaṃ karoti →

ncped

hinders, prevents (+gen. rei and personae or +acc. personae, loc. rei)

antaḷikkhacara →

ncped

traveling through the air

antaḷikkhecara →

ncped

traveling through the air.

antojāta →

ncped

(a slave) born in the house (of his master)

anu FIXME double →

ncped

…acc. and in prepositional compounds, expresses: according to, in conformity with; severally, each by each. 2. with loc. expresses: along,…

anu-otthaṭa →

ncped

anu-otthaṭa

mfn. covered all over.

anuddhacca →

ncped

absence of over-excitement

anuddhata →

ncped

not puffed-up; not over-excited, not flurried; calm

anuddhaṭa →

ncped

not puffed-up; not over-excited, not flurried; calm

anugiddha →

ncped

greedy after, coveting

anugijjhati →

ncped

covets, is greedy after.

anugāyati →

ncped

sings after; repeats in verse; recites (a text or hymn); praises.

anuhīramāna →

ncped

being held over.

anujjuka →

ncped

not straight, crooked, curved; crafty

anujuka →

ncped

not straight, crooked, curved; crafty

anujāneti →

ncped

asks for or obtains permission or approval; asks leave

anujānāti →

ncped

gives permission; grants, allows; grants leave; excuses; advises; prescribes.

anulomapaṭilena →

ncped

in direct and reversed order, forwards and backwards:

anulomapaṭilomaṃ →

ncped

in direct and reversed order, forwards and backwards:

anumata →

ncped

approved, consented to; permitted

anumaññati →

ncped

assents to; approves; gives leave.

anuminitabba →

ncped

will have drawn an inference, concluded.

anumodaka →

ncped

who gives thanks; who gives approvals.

anumodati →

ncped

rejoices in, approves; thanks; gives thanks (esp. with a benediction or discourse, see anumodana).

anumodita →

ncped

(from anumodati), one who rejoices in, one who approves.

anumoditabba →

ncped

in, one who approves.

anumoditar →

ncped

(from anumodati), one who rejoices in, one who approves.

anunadītīre →

ncped

along the bank of the river.

anunaya →

ncped

affection, inclination towards; winning over, conciliation.

anunnāmaninnāmi →

ncped

level; even

anunnāmininnāmi →

ncped

level; even

anupadeti →

ncped

gives (in addition), hands over, provides; encourages, supports

anupagacchati →

ncped

goes over to, passes (into).

anupakampati →

ncped

shakes; quivers.

anupalabbhamāna →

ncped

non-existent; is not perceived; is not ascertained.

anupalabbhiyamāna →

ncped

non-existent; is not perceived; is not ascertained.

anupanisa →

ncped

  1. lacking attention, inattentive.
  2. without a cause, without prerequisite

anuparisakkati →

ncped

moves round after; escorts.

anuparivattati →

ncped

turns or moves round after or along with; keeps on moving.

anupariveṇiyam →

ncped

to every cell; cell by cell.

anupariyāti →

ncped

goes round about; goes round after; travels about

anupariyāyati →

ncped

goes round about; goes round after; travels about

anupatita →

ncped

following, accompanying, involved; followed by, affected with

anupatta →

ncped

  1. (pass.) attained, reached.
  2. (act.) having attained, reached; arrived (at)

anupavecchanta →

ncped

anupavecchati →

ncped

gives, presents; supplies, confers upon

anupavecchi →

ncped

anupaya →

ncped

not going near (to); free from involvement

anupeti →

ncped

follows; goes over to; passes into.

anuposathikaṃ →

ncped

every uposatha day.

anuppadeti →

ncped

gives (in addition), hands over, provides; encourages, supports

anuppadiyamāna →

ncped

being given

anuppadāta →

ncped

giver; one who bestows.

anuppadātar →

ncped

giver; one who bestows.

anuppakkhanda →

ncped

or mfn. encroaching on, going over to.

anuppakkhandati →

ncped

pushes oneself forward, encroaches on; intrudes, works one’s way in; goes over to.

anuppatta →

ncped

  1. (pass.) attained, reached.
  2. (act.) having attained, reached; arrived (at)

anuppavecchanta →

ncped

anuppavecchati →

ncped

gives, presents; supplies, confers upon

anupubbanirodha →

ncped

successive cessation.

anupubbavihāra →

ncped

gradual or successive stage (in meditation).

anupubbavihāri →

ncped

moving through successive stages.

anupubbavihārin →

ncped

moving through successive stages.

anupubbena →

ncped

gradually; successively, in due course.

anupādinna →

ncped

not evolved or derived, primary; not evolved by the influence of kamma; inanimate

anupādiṇṇa →

ncped

not evolved or derived, primary; not evolved by the influence of kamma; inanimate

anupāya →

ncped

not going near; free from involvement

anurakkhati →

ncped

protects, guards; preserves; takes care of.

anurujjhati →

ncped

approves (of); is pleased or content.

anusandati →

ncped

flows, flows along; moves along, moves to; moves after.

anusañcarati →

ncped

goes around, walks about (with); walks along, traverses; considers.

anusaññāyati →

ncped

goes through, travels about; inspects, supervises; goes along with, escorts

anusaṃsāvetvā →

ncped

having attended; having escorted.

anusaṃvaccharaṃ →

ncped

yearly; every year.

anusaṃyāyati →

ncped

goes through, travels about; inspects, supervises; goes along with, escorts

anusocati →

ncped

bewails, mourns over, regrets.

anussada →

ncped

without excesses, without obstrusiveness

anussadaka →

ncped

not overflowing

anussavappasanna →

ncped

who believes from hearsay or report

anussāvesi →

ncped

anussāvesuṃ →

ncped

anussāveti →

ncped

causes to be heard; speaks out; proclaims (esp. a kammavācā); presents (someone) for upasampadā; speaks repeatedly (in order to win support)

anusāsanīpāṭiharīya →

ncped

the miracle of teaching (one of the three marvels of the Buddha).

anusāsati →

ncped

teaches, instructs; advises, exhorts; guides, leads (a group); governs, administers.

anusāveti →

ncped

causes to be heard; speaks out; proclaims (esp. a kammavācā); presents (someone) for upasampadā; speaks repeatedly (in order to win support)

anutappa →

ncped

to be regretted; to be sorrowed over

anutappati →

ncped

  1. vexes; causes remorse (afterwards).
  2. , suffers remorse; regrets, repents (afterwards); sorrows over.

anuttiṇṇa →

ncped

who has not crossed over; not come out

anutīre →

ncped

alongside or near the bank (of a river)

anuvadati →

ncped

  1. repeats the words of; approves; agrees with.
  2. criticizes, censures.

anuvassaṃ →

ncped

annually; every rainy season.

anuvedha →

ncped

further or second stab.

anuvicintayati →

ncped

thinks or ponders over; meditates upon

anuvicinteti →

ncped

thinks or ponders over; meditates upon

anuvicināti →

ncped

investigates; examines.

anuvijjamāna →

ncped

searching out, investigating; examining.

anuvijjiyamāna →

ncped

is searched out, investigated; is examined.

anuvilokayati →

ncped

looks round at; surveys

anuviloketi →

ncped

looks round at; surveys

anuvitakketi →

ncped

reflects upon, ponders over.

anuyuñjati →

ncped

  1. practises, gives oneself up to.
  2. questions, examines; calls to account

anuyuñjiyati →

ncped

  1. practises, gives oneself up to.
  2. questions, examines; calls to account

anuññāta →

ncped

allowed; permitted; prescribed; granted leave

anvaddhamāsaṃ →

ncped

every fortnight

anvaḍḍhamāsaṃ →

ncped

every fortnight

anventa →

ncped

anvesa →

ncped

anvesanta →

ncped

anvesat →

ncped

anvesati →

ncped

searches; looks for

anvesaṃ →

ncped

anveti →

ncped

  1. follows; goes along with.
  2. goes into, enters; goes through

anvāsavati →

ncped

flows after, flows upon, flows continually over

anvāssavati →

ncped

flows after, flows upon, flows continually over

anvāvaṭṭati →

ncped

moves after, follows.

anāgata →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) not come, not yet arrived; future; not learnt, not attained; not attested.
  2. (n.) the future

anālindaka →

ncped

without a veranda.

anītiha →

ncped

not received through tradition; not based on hearsay.

anūhata →

ncped

not removed; not extracted, not rooted out.

anūpaya →

ncped

not going near (to); free from involvement

apabbūhati →

ncped

pushes aside, removes;

apabyūhati →

ncped

pushes aside, removes;

apabyūheti →

ncped

pushes aside, removes;

apacina →

ncped

not collecting; or watching over.

apadāna →

ncped

cutting; reaping; harvest.

apahatta →

ncped

one who takes away or removes.

apahattar →

ncped

one who takes away or removes.

apakassati →

ncped

  1. draws away; removes; draws back.
  2. draws back, secedes; alienates oneself

apakaḍḍhati →

ncped

draws away; takes off; removes; extracts; picks out.

apakaṭṭha →

ncped

drawn away, removed (from); loose

apakkamati →

ncped

departs; goes away; leaves; retires, turns aside.

apakkaṭṭha →

ncped

drawn away, removed (from); loose

apakāsati →

ncped

  1. draws away; removes; draws back.
  2. draws back, secedes; alienates oneself

apalokayati →

ncped

  1. looks towards; looks back; looks to, considers.
  2. looks to for approval, consults; asks permission; asks or takes leave

apaloketi →

ncped

  1. looks towards; looks back; looks to, considers.
  2. looks to for approval, consults; asks permission; asks or takes leave

apaloketvā →

ncped

looking towards; considering; asking permission; taking leave; consulting

apalokita →

ncped

apalokita1

pp mfn. asked for leave; consulted

apalokita2

mfn. not liable to decay, not subject to destruction.

apanaddhakalāpa →

ncped

with quiver tied behind; (or “with the hair-knot untied).

apanata →

ncped

bent away; disinclined, averse

apaneti →

ncped

leads away; removes; excepts, excludes; denies.

apanidhita →

ncped

removed hidden concealed

apanudita →

ncped

one who removes.

apanuditar →

ncped

one who removes.

apanujja →

ncped

having driven away; having removed.

apanāmeti →

ncped

makes bend down, lowers; turns away (trans.); takes away, removes

apanīta →

ncped

taken away, removed; dispelled

aparaṃ →

ncped

again, further, moreover

aparaṇṇa →

ncped

vegetables.

apatthaṭa →

ncped

strewn (with), covered.

apaviyūhati →

ncped

pushes aside, removes;

apavīṇati →

ncped

observes attentively; watches; watches over.

apaṇata →

ncped

bent away; disinclined, averse

apeta →

ncped

gone away, departed (from); rid of; deprived of

api ca →

ncped

and yet, nevertheless; but, however; moreover

api ce →

ncped

even if

api →

ncped

…a clause) 3. as interrogative particle (usually at the beginning of a sentence or clause) 4. as emphasis to optative: perhaps, maybe; please…

api nu kho →

ncped

interrogative particle

api nu →

ncped

interrogative particle

api nūna →

ncped

interrogative particle

api ssu →

ncped

and further, moreover

api ssudaṃ →

ncped

and further, moreover

apidhāna →

ncped

cover; a lid.

appa →

ncped

…(n.) a little, a small amount; a trifling…

appayati →

ncped

…esp. directs the mind (upon), concentrates, achieves a state of concentration; delivers up, gives; displays,…

appaṭisaṃvedana →

ncped

lacking feeling; not experiencing.

appaṭivānīya →

ncped

not to be given up; not causing weariness or satiety.

appeti →

ncped

…esp. directs the mind (upon), concentrates, achieves a state of concentration; delivers up, gives; displays, exhibits

appeti2

pr….

appossuka →

ncped

unconcerned, indifferent; free from care; not being active or exerting oneself

appossukka →

ncped

unconcerned, indifferent; free from care; not being active or exerting oneself

appāyuka →

ncped

(~ī or ~ā)n. short lived

apāhatuṃ →

ncped

to take away; to remove; to ward off; to object to.

arahati →

ncped

is worthy of, deserves; is entitled to; is fit to; ought to; should, must (+ inf.).

asampavedhi →

ncped

(~ī)n. not trembling; unshakeable.

asampavedhin →

ncped

(~ī)n. not trembling; unshakeable.

asatthika →

ncped

not traveling with a company or caravans.

asecanaka →

ncped

never causing surfeit; (according to commentaries : not requiring anything added).

asiloma →

ncped

with swords or knives for hair

asipattavana →

ncped

forest of trees with swords or knives for leaves

asitatiga →

ncped

overcoming the dark (fortnight?):

assaratana →

ncped

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

assasati →

ncped

  1. breathes, breathes in; breathes on; breathes heavily.
  2. recovers one ’s breath, revives; takes courage; is comforted:

assattha →

ncped

assattha1

masculine the holy fig tree ficus religiosa.

assattha2

pp mfn. revived, recovered; comforted

assatthara →

ncped

(a bed covered) with a horse-blanket

assu →

ncped

assu1

neuter a tear; tears.

assu2

ind. expletive particle; particle of emphasis or inquiry.

assāsati →

ncped

  1. breathes, breathes in; breathes on; breathes heavily.
  2. recovers one ’s breath, revives; takes courage; is comforted:

assāsenta →

ncped

(~entī)n. encouraging; comforting (with); letting recover.

assāsetabba →

ncped

will let recover; will encourage.

assāsetvā →

ncped

having made recover.

asurakāya →

ncped

the asura world or sphere; a collective body of asuras.

atha ko →

ncped

  1. moreover.
  2. then; just then.
  3. but rather; but moreover; but also.

atha →

ncped

  1. and, and further.
  2. and (before that); and then.
  3. the, just then; next; with interrogatives.
  4. but

atha vā →

ncped

or; or rather, or perhaps (in commentaries, introducing an alternative (preferred?) explanation)

athabbana →

ncped

or neuter (what belongs to) the Atharva-veda; a spell or a charm from the Atharva-veda

athabbaṇa →

ncped

or neuter (what belongs to) the Atharva-veda; a spell or a charm from the Atharva-veda

atho →

ncped

and also; likewise; and yet, even then.

ati →

ncped

…of). 2. as prefix to adjectives, adverbs expresses: very much, too much. 3. as preverb to verbs and their derivatives expresses: beyond, over;…

ati-r-iva →

ncped

ati-r-iva

(?) excessively; exceedingly’

ati-uṇha →

ncped

ati-uṇha

mfn. too hot; very hot

aticca →

ncped

passing beyond; overcoming; being beyond; transgressing (against)

atiharati →

ncped

brings over, brings, brings to; carries over.

atiharāpeti →

ncped

causes to bring in; collects, harvest, confiscates

atihita →

ncped

brought in, harvest

atikamma →

ncped

…passing by, neglecting; transgressing; passing beyond, escaping, overcoming; (with expressions of time) after

atikata →

ncped

more than repaid; paid back excessively

atikaḍḍhati →

ncped

pulls or presses too much or very much; harasses (?).

atikkama →

ncped

going over or further; passing, passing beyond; overcoming.

atikkamaka →

ncped

going over.

atikkamati →

ncped

…goes beyond; surpasses; overcomes. 2. goes beyond, crosses; escapes from. 3. oversteps; transgresses (against), passes by, neglects; commits…

atikkamma →

ncped

…passing by, neglecting; transgressing; passing beyond, escaping, overcoming; (with expressions of time) after

atikkanta →

ncped

  1. having passed through or by; having gone beyond, overcome, surpassed; having elapsed.
  2. who has approached

atikkanta-vara →

ncped

atikkanta-vara

mfn. beyond or above granting boons

atikkāmayati →

ncped

atikkāmayatiatikkameti

caus. pr. 3 sg. lets pass, makes pass over, takes over; lets elapse

atikālassa →

ncped

very early; too early

atikāle →

ncped

very early; too early

atikālena →

ncped

very early; too early

atinijjhāyitatta →

ncped

excessive gazing upon.

atireka →

ncped

…too many, too much, excessive; more (than); superior, higher; iic: more than…; an extra…; a greater, a superior…; ifc (following numerals);…

atiritta →

ncped

left over; remaining; extra, surplus.

atisitvā →

ncped

going beyond; passing over, overlooking.

atitarati →

ncped

passes over, crosses; goes beyond, surpasses.

ativannati →

ncped

overpowers, overwhelms.

ativassati →

ncped

rains very much or too much; rains upon, rains into.

ativatta →

ncped

overcoming

ativattati →

ncped

goes beyond, escapes from; exceeds, overwhelms; goes too far; transgresses (against).

ativeṭhayati →

ncped

presses.

ativiya →

ncped

/abl. excessively, very much, especially, much more than’

ativāha →

ncped

what leads across, a guide, a conveyance.

atta →

ncped

…(used (in the sg.) as reflexive pronoun for all three persons and genders); instr. attanā, by oneself; in oneself, as for oneself, often used in…

attarūpa →

ncped

attarūpa1

mfn. very complete; (or quite personal)

attarūpa2

mfn. or neuter fitting for oneself; just oneself; ~ena,…

attavetanabhata →

ncped

supported by one’s own earnings

attha →

ncped

…thing, matter; (with verbs of saying, asking, etc. often simply) this, that. 2. practical affairs, policy; 3. a legal case.

4….

atthacara →

ncped

who is helpful, who does good, brings benefit; who serves

attharati →

ncped

…spreads; spreads over, covers; lays out; esp. kaṭhinam attharati, covers the kaṭhina, participates in the kaṭhina robe-making and…

attharaṇa →

ncped

covering, carpet; laying out.

atthata →

ncped

covered; (of the kaṭhina) properly covered; (of the kaṭhina robe-making and ritual) properly carried out, properly performed

atthavasa →

ncped

reason; motive

atthaveda →

ncped

knowledge or joy in the goal, or the practice

atthaṃ anubhavati →

ncped

serves the interest, the purpose (of, gen.); benefits

atthaṃ anubhoti →

ncped

serves the interest, the purpose (of, gen.); benefits

atthaṭakaṭhina →

ncped

who has participated in the kaṭhina robe-making (and is therefore eligible for the five concessions)

atthi →

ncped

…with sg. or pi. subject (even with 1 sg. or 2sg.), to mean: there is, there are; there exists; or with a following verb (so also santiy to mean:…

atthika →

ncped

…(instr.); in need (of, instr.).

atthika2

mfn. who believes in the existence (of merit, another world, etc).

atthin →

ncped

…with sg. or pi. subject (even with 1 sg. or 2sg.), to mean: there is, there are; there exists; or with a following verb (so also santiy to mean:…

atthāra →

ncped

spreading, covering (the kaṭhina); performing the kaṭhina robe-making and ritual; displaying the kaṭhina robe.

atthāraka →

ncped

(one) who covers (the kaṭhina); who supervises the communal robe-making and ritual.

atthūpaparikkhi →

ncped

investigating the meaning; inquiring into the significance

atthūpaparikkhin →

ncped

investigating the meaning; inquiring into the significance

atīsaraṃdiṭṭhi →

ncped

excessive view(s); deviant view(s).

atīta →

ncped

…to past times. 2. having neglected; transgressing. 3. having passed beyond, overcome, escaped from.

  1. (n.) what is past; the past; (a story…

atīva →

ncped

very much, exceedingly

avabujjhati →

ncped

becomes aware of; perceives, knows; takes account of.

avakassati →

ncped

removes; draws away; secedes.

avakkāra →

ncped

leftovers or surplus from a meal.

avakkārapāti →

ncped

dish for the left overs or surplus

avakujjapañña →

ncped

whose intellect is upside down, not retentive (like an upturned jar); who cannot learn or remember

avasarati →

ncped

goes down (to); moves away (to).

avasissati →

ncped

is left over; is left as a remnant; remains.

avasiṭṭha →

ncped

left over, remaining; the rest (of)

avassajiṃ →

ncped

let loose; gave up; dismissed

avassajī →

ncped

avassajī1

aor. 3 sg. let loose; gave up; dismissed

avassajī2

3 sg.

avecca →

ncped

understanding, having penetrated

aveccapasanna →

ncped

having a trust founded in knowledge

aveccapasāda →

ncped

trust founded in knowledge, intelligent faith.

aveccappasanna →

ncped

having a trust founded in knowledge

aveccappasāda →

ncped

trust founded in knowledge, intelligent faith.

avedhadamma →

ncped

not subject to trembling; unshakeable.

avedhi →

ncped

not trembling.

avedhin →

ncped

not trembling.

avekkhanta →

ncped

(~antī)n.

avekkhati →

ncped

looks down on; looks upon; considers.

avekkhi →

ncped

avekkhita →

ncped

watched

avekkhitācāra →

ncped

who watches his behavior

avekkhiṃ →

ncped

aveti →

ncped

understands; knows.

avāyima →

ncped

not made by weaving; not woven.

ayati →

ncped

goes; goes towards; reaches, obtains; reaches (a state); is involved (in)

ayya →

ncped

…a worthy person; the venerable sir, (f.) a mistress; a noble lady; the venerable lady. 2. (mfn.) well-born; worthy, venerable.

aññadatthu →

ncped

only, exclusively, absolutely; merely; rather, on the contrary.

aññatara →

ncped

  1. one of two; one of several; a certain… (often used as indefinite article: ‘a’); somebody, some….
  2. other, another; different.

aññātakavesena →

ncped

in disguise; not in one owns form.

aḍḍhateḷasa →

ncped

aḍḍhateḷasaaḍḍhaterasa

mfn. twelve and a half

aḍḍhaṭṭhama →

ncped

seven and a half

aṅgāri →

ncped

covered in crimson.

aṅgārin →

ncped

covered in crimson.

aṅka →

ncped

  1. the lap.
  2. the hollow above the hips where infants are carried.

aṅkusaggaha →

ncped

“one who holds the hook”, an elephant driver

aṇusahagata →

ncped

having a very small part remaining; being very small; residual

aṭalī →

ncped

having several linings (of a certain kind of shoe).

aṭṭita →

ncped

distressed; grieved; pained

ca →

ncped

…preceding word; an expletive particle. 6. ca following a relative pronoun probably makes it indefinite, while itself retaining a conjunctive…

cajati →

ncped

  1. leaves, abandon, gets rid of, frees oneself from.
  2. gives up; lets go, surrenders.
  3. emits.

cakka →

ncped

…discus; the “wheel” of sovereignty, of authority; sway. 3. an attainment, success, accomplishment (as a means, as wheels are means to…

cakkasamārūḷha →

ncped

having mounted their vehicles (in an emergency)

cakkavattī →

ncped

universal monarch; wheel turning emperor.

cakkavattīn →

ncped

universal monarch; wheel turning emperor.

calati →

ncped

is moved; shakes, quivers; is agitated or disturbed.

caleti →

ncped

causes to move, shakes.

cammavedhaviddha →

ncped

struck with a piercing of the skin.

cammavinaddha →

ncped

bound or covered with skin; a drum.

carahi →

ncped

…by atha) in interrogative clauses, often expressing exasperation or indignation: who then …? whatever in that case …? why on earth …?…

caraṇa →

ncped

  1. (m. n.) a foot.
  2. (n.) behavior; conduct; esp. good and moral conduct.
  3. (n.) a traveling picture, a painting on cloth which is carried around.

carita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) habitually practiced; observed; performed.
  2. (n.) there is going; going, going about.

caritar →

ncped

one who practices; observes.

catta →

ncped

…giving up; absolutely giving…

catubbhidaṃ →

ncped

adverb in four ways; in a fourfold ways.

catubbhidena →

ncped

adverb

catuddisaṃ →

ncped

adverb

catuddisā →

ncped

adverb

  1. towards the four quarters; in all directions, all around.
  2. from the four directions, from the four sides (?)
  3. in the four the…

catuppada →

ncped

  1. (mfn. & m.) having four feet; quadruped.
  2. (mfn.) consisting of four parts; consisting of four padas, four verse sections.

catutthaṃ →

ncped

adverb for a fourth time.

catutthe →

ncped

adverb in a fourth case; in the fourth place (?)

catūhapañcāha →

ncped

period of four or five days.

cavati →

ncped

  1. moves or falls from one’s place, goes away; falls away, deviates (from), abandons.
  2. moves or falls from one state of existence (to another);…

caṅgavāra →

ncped

strainer, a sieve.

ce →

ncped

…an…

celapaṭikā →

ncped

cloth covering; a length of cloth.

cetavasippatta →

ncped

who has become in control of his thoughts, who has attained mastery over his thoughts.

ceteti →

ncped

forms an idea in the mind; thinks about, is intent upon; has in mind (to); intends, forms an intention (to); strives mentally (for)

cetiya →

ncped

  1. a place or object of veneration, a sanctuary or shrine (near a village), perhaps a sacred tree and mound.
  2. a place or object of veneration…

cetiyarukkha →

ncped

tree that is an object of veneration, a sacred tree.

cetāpeti →

ncped

(of a bhikkhu or bhikkhunl) has someone give or exchange or buy; (of a layman) exchanges; buys.

ceṭaka →

ncped

servant; a slave.

chadana →

ncped

  1. a thatch; a roof; a cover.
  2. a leaf, foliage; hair.
  3. an external (false) covering; a disguise; a pretense.

chaddisā →

ncped

adverb towards the six directions.

chaddisāpaṭicchādi →

ncped

covering, protecting, in the six directions.

chaddisāpaṭicchādin →

ncped

covering, protecting, in the six directions.

chadisā →

ncped

adverb towards the six directions.

chadisāpaṭicchādi →

ncped

covering, protecting, in the six directions.

chadisāpaṭicchādin →

ncped

covering, protecting, in the six directions.

chanda →

ncped

…act of the saṅgha, given by proxy by an absent bhikkhu.

chanda2

neuter

  1. (n.) a meter; a metrical text.
  2. the (form of the…

chandāraha →

ncped

entitled to give consent by proxy.

channa →

ncped

…mfn. & n. of chādeti

  1. (mfn.) covered; concealed; thatched; secret.
  2. (n.) what is covered or roofed; a covered place, a roofed…

chappañca →

ncped

num. five or six.

chappañcavassika →

ncped

num. lasting for five or six years.

chasattati →

ncped

num. seventy six.

chatta →

ncped

…a parasol as a sign of sovereignty; esp. as part of the regalia of a king; chattaṃ ussāpetuṃ, to raise the royal parasol (equivalent to…

chavadussa →

ncped

clothes from corpses or very poor clothes.

chavi →

ncped

  1. skin; esp. the outer layer of the skin; the epidermis; an integument.
  2. the covering of a cushion.

chedana →

ncped

cutting; severing; destruction.

cheka →

ncped

  1. competent, expert, knowledgeable (about); skilful, skilled (in, usually loc.); clever, good at.
  2. good, bright, pure; proper, true, genuine.

chidda →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) having a hole or holes; split; having gaps; defective.
  2. (n., pl. acc. ~ani, ~e) a hole; a split; an opening; a weak point.

chiddakarin →

ncped

making a split (in); making defective.

chiddava →

ncped

having a hole; defective.

chiddavat →

ncped

having a hole; defective.

chijjati →

ncped

…with pass.; the meanings overlap), (intrans.) breaks, breaks off; dries up, comes to an end.

chijjati2

pass. pr. 3 sg. of chindati…

chindati →

ncped

  1. cuts; chops; cuts off; cuts out; inscribes.
  2. cuts down; destroys; removes.
  3. crosses (water)

chinnapapātaṃ →

ncped

adverb falling as if cut down; or with a sudden steep fall; ? headlong, precipitately.

chinnapilotika →

ncped

revealed; uncovered.

chinnapātaṃ →

ncped

adverb of chinnapapātaṃ

chinniriyāpatha →

ncped

whose movement is destroyed, who is unable to move; a cripple.

chādana →

ncped

covering; cover; roofing; concealment.

chādeti →

ncped

…covers over; hides, conceals.

chādeti2

pr. 3 sg.

  1. seems good (to, dat., sometimes acc.), pleases, is…

cirassaṃ →

ncped

adverb ((ṃ) added to make adverbial status clear?), after a long time; at last; after so long; it’s a long time since…

cirataraṃ →

ncped

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

ciraṭṭhitika →

ncped

enduring for a long time; long-lived; enduring for a longer time.

cirāciraṃ →

ncped

indeclinable (repetitive cpd from cira), after a long time; at long intervals.

cittabhāvanā →

ncped

mental development or accomplishments.

cittakā →

ncped

many colored woolen covering.

cittasaṅkhara →

ncped

mental motive force; mental activity.

cittatara →

ncped

more varied or diversified.

cittita →

ncped

made variegated, made diverse; decorated; painted.

cittālaṅkāra →

ncped

which adorns or improves (makes fit?)

cittālaṅkāracittaparikkhāra →

ncped

adornment or improvement (making fit?) and equipping of thinking?

cittīkataṃ →

ncped

adverb with respect; showing respect.

ciṇṇa →

ncped

…traveled or roamed (over); lived in, experienced; (n. impers.) a journey was made; the was going about; practiced; observed; habitually…

codaka →

ncped

(one) who reproves, or exhorts to action; (one) who accuses (of an offense)

codeti →

ncped

…causes to move quickly, drives on; exhorts to action. 2. importunes; presses (for a payment of a debt or promise) 3. criticizes, reproves, and…

codita →

ncped

  1. incited, driven on; exhorted (to action); admonished.
  2. accused of an offense.

codāpeti →

ncped

causes (someone) to make an accusation or criticism; drives on, incites.

copeti →

ncped

moves (trans.)

coragāmanī →

ncped

leader of thieves; a leader of bandits.

corasādhāraṇa →

ncped

vulnerable to thieves.

corābhinīta →

ncped

driven by bandits; brought low by bandits.

coḷaveṇi →

ncped

twist or plait of cloth.

cuddasa →

ncped

num. & mfn.

  1. (num.) 14
  2. (mfn.) containing (poems) of 14 verses.

cuddasaka →

ncped

set of 14; containing (poems) of 14 verses.

cudita →

ncped

  1. roused or exhorted to action; impelled.
  2. criticized, reproved; esp. accused (of an offense); a bhikkhu accused of an offense.

cumbaṭa →

ncped

coil, a ring; a circular roll of cloth (used as a stand for a vessel, esp. when carried on the head)

cuta →

ncped

  1. moved or fallen (from one ’s place); (who has) fallen away; who has abandoned (the holy life)
  2. (who has) fallen from one state of existence…

cuṇṇeti →

ncped

powders; covers with powder.

cāgādiṭṭhāna →

ncped

…for liberality and/or for abandoning. 2. (mfn.) having resolve for liberality and/or abandoning.

cāritta →

ncped

…around. 2. habitual manner of acting, conduct; custom, tradition; good conduct; positive morality, duties to be performed (as opposed to vāritta,…

cārudassana →

ncped

lovely to look at; beautiful.

cātuddasīṃ →

ncped

adverb on the fourteenth day; for the fourteenth day.

cātuddisa →

ncped

…the four quarters (with…

cātuddīpa →

ncped

belonging to the four continents; extending over the four continents; having control over the four continents.

cātuddīpaka →

ncped

extending over the four continents, i.e. over the whole world.

cāturanta →

ncped

ruling over (the earth which is) bounded by the four (oceans) and consists of the four (continents); lord of the whole world.

cāvana →

ncped

, ~a., feminine causing to move or fall, moving; causing to fall away (from) or abandon.

cāvayamanā →

ncped

of cāveti

cāvesi →

ncped

of cāveti

cāvetabba →

ncped

of cāveti

cāveti →

ncped

causes to move or fall, shifts; causes to fall away (from), to abandon; drives (from)

cāṭi →

ncped

large vessel or jar.

cīvara →

ncped

…or one of the five robes of a bhikkhuni (those three plus saṅkacchika and udakasāṭika), especially the uttarasaṅga or…

cīvarakālasamaya →

ncped

, id. proper time when robe material is given.

cīvarapaṭiggāhaka →

ncped

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

dadāti →

ncped

gives; makes a gift; yields; applies.

dakkha →

ncped

able, adroit, dexterous; clever, skilled.

dakkhiṇato →

ncped

adverb to the south (of); to the right; from the south.

dandhaṃ →

ncped

adverb slowly; sluggishly.

dantavidaṃsakaṃ →

ncped

adverb of dantavidaṃsaka

dara →

ncped

being hot; fever; distress.

dasaddha →

ncped

five.

dasadisā →

ncped

adverb towards the ten directions; in every direction, all around.

dasahā →

ncped

adverb within ten days.

dasasikkhāpadika →

ncped

(one) who follows, observes, the ten sikkhāpadas.

dassati →

ncped

dassati1

pr. 3 sg. gives; makes a gift; yields; applies.

dassati2

fut. 3 sg of dassati

dasseti →

ncped

shows; reveals, exhibits, demonstrates; makes appear, makes visible.

dattika →

ncped

(what is) given.

daḷhaṃ →

ncped

adverb firmly; strongly.

daṇḍaparissāvana →

ncped

kind of sieve or filter (made on a wooden framework)

deta →

ncped

one who gives.

detar →

ncped

one who gives.

deti →

ncped

gives; makes a gift; yields; applies.

deva →

ncped

…a godlike person. 4. (the god) of the sky and atmosphere; rain-cloud. 5. a king (very often voc: ‘your majesty’)

  1. (mfn.) heavenly,…

devajigucchaka →

ncped

who dislikes or disapproves of the gods.

devakaññā →

ncped

heavenly girl, a female deva.

devakāya →

ncped

deva world or sphere; a collective body of devas.

devasikaṃ →

ncped

adverb daily; every day.

devatā →

ncped

…or spirit living on earth close to men, in trees, rivers, buildings etc)

deyya →

ncped

to be given; there must be giving; a gift.

deyyadhamma →

ncped

fee; a gift; something (suitable) to give.

dhajāhaṭa →

ncped

(a wife) taken as captive during a war.

dhakkhiṇena →

ncped

adverb on the south or right side; to the south.

dhamani →

ncped

bodily vessel; a vein; a nerve.

dhamanisantha →

ncped

covered, spread with veins; with prominent veins, i.e. emaciated.

dhamanisanthatagatta →

ncped

with limbs covered with prominent veins.

dhamma →

ncped

…and events, progressively more and more minutely analyzed into fundamental types of event or fundamental regularities. 7. mental…

dhammacakkappavattana →

ncped

preaching of the universal righteousness.

dhammacetiya →

ncped

veneration of dhamma.

dhammadhara →

ncped

(one) versed in dhamma; (one) who holds firm to dhamma.

dhammakaraka →

ncped

water-vessel.

dhammanusāri →

ncped

who follows dhamma; who develops understanding.

dhammanusārin →

ncped

who follows dhamma; who develops understanding.

dhammasamuppāda →

ncped

an arising of dhammas; an event, a matter.

dhammathera →

ncped

an elder in dhamma, one venerable because of his qualities.

dhammatthera →

ncped

an elder in dhamma, one venerable because of his qualities.

dhammaveda →

ncped

knowledge or joy in the teaching.

dhammavicaya →

ncped

discrimination of dhammas; discernment of dhamma (one of the seven bojjhaṅgas)

dhammaṃ carati →

ncped

does one’s duty, does what is right; lives righteously; practices the dhamma.

dhanukalāpa →

ncped

quiver and bow.

dhaṃsati →

ncped

dhaṃsati1

pr. 3 sg. is bold; dares to attack.

dhaṃsati2

pr. 3 sg. falls (from); is gone (from); is deprived of.

dhaṃseti →

ncped

…pr. 3 sg. of dhamsati makes fall; deprives of; destroys; scatters, disperses

dhaṃsi →

ncped

bold, insolent; offensive.

dhaṃsin →

ncped

bold, insolent; offensive.

dhunāti →

ncped

shakes, tosses; shakes off removes, liberates oneself from; destroys.

dhurasamādhi →

ncped

proper alignment, evenness of the yoke.

dhuta →

ncped

…shaken off or abandoned (defilements); pure, purified. 2. which shakes off or removes (defilements); which purifies.

  1. (n.) shaking off…

dhāreti →

ncped

…bears; holds, carries; preserves, keeps; upholds, maintains; uses, wears. 2. holds back, restrains. 3. holds as, considers; accepts as. 4. bears in…

dhāriyamāna →

ncped

  1. being held; being held over, standing over, sheltering.
  2. with something held over one; sheltered (?)

dhātu →

ncped

…conditioned constituent, of experience.

  1. a domain of experience or existence; sometimes a very general abstraction: ~hood; ~ness.
  2. a…

dhūmaggi →

ncped

smoky fire (?); flames enveloped in smoke (?)

dhūmakālikaṃ →

ncped

adverb until death or cremation (or mfn., lasting until cremation (?)

dhūmāyati →

ncped

  1. smokes; smolders; clouds over.
  2. burns; ponders; is vexed.

dibba →

ncped

divine; heavenly; belonging to gods; supernatural; magical, marvelous.

dicchati →

ncped

wishes to give; gives.

dinna →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) given; applied, what is given.
  2. (n.) giving; the being given.

dinnapāṭikaṅkhi →

ncped

wishing for only what is given.

dinnapāṭikaṅkhin →

ncped

wishing for only what is given.

dinnādāyī →

ncped

taking (only) what is given.

dinnādāyīn →

ncped

taking (only) what is given.

disā →

ncped

…another country; abroad; elsewhere.

disā2

adverb in the four directions.

diva →

ncped

heaven; the sky.

diviya →

ncped

divine; heavenly; belonging to gods; supernatural; magical, marvelous

divā →

ncped

adverb & feminine

  1. by day; in the day.
  2. in the middle of the day; rather late (after the midday meal)

diṭṭhipatta →

ncped

(one) who has achieved insight; who has achieved (nibbana) through insight.

diṭṭhā →

ncped

indeclinable thank heavens! what luck!

diṭṭhāvikamma →

ncped

revealing one’s opinion; voicing one’s dissent.

dohala →

ncped

craving in pregnancy; what is craved.

domanassavedaniya →

ncped

entailing feelings of dejection.

doḷasa →

ncped

num. twelve.

doḷasaka →

ncped

set of twelve.

dubbhati →

ncped

injures; hurts (+acc., gen., or loc.); deceives betrays.

dubbinodaya →

ncped

hard to drive away or dispel.

duccaja →

ncped

difficult to give up; hard to give away.

duccarita →

ncped

of carita (mfn.) badly or wrongly performed or observed; (n.m.) wrong action; evil practice

duddada →

ncped

hard to give.

dugga →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) hard to travel; difficult of access; impassable.
  2. (n.) a place difficult of access or passage; difficult, rough country.

duggati →

ncped

wretched (re) -birth or state of existence; an ill destiny; misfortune, poverty.

dujjaha →

ncped

hard to give up.

dukkhabhikiṇṇa →

ncped

overwhelmed by desires.

dukkhapaṭikkūla →

ncped

averse to pain or distress; finding pain repugnant.

dukkhavedanīya →

ncped

entailing painful or unpleasant feelings or experiences.

dukkhavepakka →

ncped

having painful or unpleasant consequences.

dukkhotiṇṇa →

ncped

entered, overcome, by dukkha.

dukkhāvakkanta →

ncped

entered, overcome by dukkha.

dukūlasandāna →

ncped

with halters of dukūla cloth (?); with coverings of dukūla cloth (?)

dullabhatara →

ncped

, compar. more difficult to obtain; very rare.

dupaṇṇa →

ncped

with two leaves.

duppajaha →

ncped

hard to give up.

duppasaha →

ncped

hard to overcome; irresistible.

duppaṭinissaggi →

ncped

unwilling to let go, renounce; hard to persuade to give up.

duppaṭinissaggin →

ncped

unwilling to let go, renounce; hard to persuade to give up.

duraccaya →

ncped

difficult to overcome; hard to get beyond or crossover

duradhivāsa →

ncped

hard to live in.

durāvāsa →

ncped

hard to live in

dussacālanī →

ncped

cloth sieve.

dussaddhāpaya →

ncped

hard to convince; hard to make believe.

dussaveṇi →

ncped

twist of plait of a cloth.

dutiyakaṃ →

ncped

adverb a second time, further.

dutiyaṃ →

ncped

adverb a second time; again.

duttara →

ncped

duttara1

mfn. difficult to cross over, to pass beyond.

duttara2

mfn. hard to cross over; hard to climb out of or escape from.

duvidhena →

ncped

adverb in two ways; as of two kinds; in a twofold way.

duvijātā →

ncped

woman who has given birth twice.

duṭṭhulla →

ncped

…serious; grievously wrong; a serious offense; esp. of speech: unseemly, suggestive, lewd; lewd talk.

duṭṭhulla2

neuter…

dvayena →

ncped

adverb of dvaya in two ways; as of two kinds

dve →

ncped

indeclinable twice.

dvecattālīsa →

ncped

num.

dvecattārīsa →

ncped

num.

dvecattāḷīsa →

ncped

num. forty two.

dvecatu →

ncped

num.

dvecatur →

ncped

num.

dvedhikajāta →

ncped

holding two opinions; separated into two sides.

dvedhā →

ncped

dvejjha →

ncped

the possibility of two sides or interpretations; ambiguity; doubt, uncertainty.

dvemāsa →

ncped

period of two months.

dvenavuti →

ncped

num. ninety two.

dvepaññāsa →

ncped

num. fifty two.

dvepaṇṇāsa →

ncped

num.

dvesattati →

ncped

num. seventy two.

dvevassahassāyuka →

ncped

having a lifespan of 2000 years.

dvevassatāyuka →

ncped

having a lifespan of 200 years.

dvevācika →

ncped

using or involving two utterances or proclamations.

dvevācikaṃ →

ncped

dvevīsati →

ncped

num. twenty two.

dvevīsatiṃ →

ncped

num. twenty two.

dvicaturaṅgagāmi →

ncped

which moves with eight constituent parts (?); which leads those with eight characteristics (?)

dvicaturaṅgagāmin →

ncped

which moves with eight constituent parts (?); which leads those with eight characteristics (?)

dvipada →

ncped

  1. having to feet, a biped.
  2. consisting of two parts; consisting of two padas, of two verse-sections.

dvādasa →

ncped

num. & mfn.

  1. (num.) twelve.
  2. (mfn.) in the twelfth.

dvādasaka →

ncped

dvādasaka1

neuter a set of twelve.

dvādasaka2

mf(~ī)n. consisting of twelve.

dvādasaki →

ncped

(~ī)n. consisting of twelve.

dvādasakin →

ncped

(~ī)n. consisting of twelve.

dvādasamāsika →

ncped

consisting of twelve months.

dvādasaporisa →

ncped

measuring the height of twelve men.

dvādasapurisa →

ncped

involving twelve men.

dvādasavassa →

ncped

twelve years old.

dvādasayojana →

ncped

extending twelve yojanas.

dvārasālā →

ncped

gatehouse; a room over the gate.

dvāsattati →

ncped

num. seventy two.

dvīhika →

ncped

coming every third day; missing two days.

dāliddiya →

ncped

poverty; need.

dānapati →

ncped

lord of liberality, a very generous giver.

dāpeti →

ncped

induces to give.

dāra →

ncped

, m.pl. & n.pl. a wife; wives.

dāruṇa →

ncped

(~ā ~ī)n. hard, severe; cruel, pitiless; dreadful, frightful, terrible.

dāsa →

ncped

slave.

dāsakammakarā →

ncped

slaves and servants.

dāsaporisa →

ncped

slaves and serving-men.

dāsavya →

ncped

slavery; servitude; the condition of being a slave.

dāsi →

ncped

female slave.

dāsiputta →

ncped

the son of a female slave.

dāsī →

ncped

female slave; a concubine.

dāsīdāsa →

ncped

male and female slaves.

dāta →

ncped

one who gives, a giver (+ gen. or acc.)

dātabba →

ncped

to be given; to be imposed; one must give; there must be giving.

dātar →

ncped

one who gives, a giver (+ gen. or acc.)

dātave →

ncped

of dassati

dāyaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. & m.f. who gives, bestows; a donor, a benefactor.

dīgharattassa →

ncped

adverb for a long time.

dīgharattaṃ →

ncped

adverb for a long time.

dīgharattāya →

ncped

adverb for a long time.

dīghāyuka →

ncped

( ~ī)n. long lived.

dīpeti →

ncped

reveals, makes manifest; declares, proclaims; explains, makes clear; illustrates.

dīpikā →

ncped

covered in panther or leopard skin.

dīyamāna →

ncped

of dīyati being given

dīyati →

ncped

gives; makes a gift; yields; applies.

dūraṃ →

ncped

adverb a long way; far.

eka-m-eka →

ncped

…one by one; (repeated:) each… one each…. 2. any one (of several), one or the other; just one; a single one

ekadhippāya →

ncped

…wish or intention; having a single interpretation, conveying only one sense

ekagga →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) having one point, (with attention) fixed on one point or object; closely attentive, intent; esp. concentrated in samādhi.
  2. (m.) concentration on one object, intentness; calm

ekaka →

ncped

…having one; having a single (verse)

  1. (m.)
    1. a group of one; a set consisting of a single item.
    2. (or perhaps n.) a section dealing with…

ekamana →

ncped

fixing the mind upon one thing; attentive

ekantaṃ →

ncped

solely; exclusively; absolutely; wholly; invariably

ekantaṃgata →

ncped

with utter devotion or certainty; taking one side; following one alternative

ekantaṃgatalomi →

ncped

(a bed with) a kind of rug or covering

ekantaṃgatalomin →

ncped

(a bed with) a kind of rug or covering

ekantaṃgatalomī →

ncped

(also ekantaṃgatalomi(n)) (a bed with) a kind of rug or covering

ekatta →

ncped

…integration; a collective idea; a single concept; the single number, the singular; 2. singleness, being alone,…

ekaṃsa →

ncped

…(mfn.) (or ekaṃsaṃ, ind.) on one shoulder, covering one shoulder (the left)

ekaṃsabhavita →

ncped

developed in one part; practiced for one aspect

ekodaka →

ncped

all water; covered in water; nothing but water

ekodakībhhūta →

ncped

being all water; covered in water; (a world) consisting of or covered in water, nothing but water

ekodi →

ncped

woven into one’, integrated, unified; withdrawn, apart.

ekādasa →

ncped

num. n., & mf(~ā & ~ī)n.

  1. (num.) eleven.
  2. (n.) an eleven; a group of eleven.
  3. (mfn.) eleventh.

ekādasaka →

ncped

section dealing with a group or groups of eleven.

ekādasama →

ncped

(~ā & ~ī)n. the eleventh.

ekāhika →

ncped

  1. coming every other day, missing a day.
  2. intermittent

erayati →

ncped

makes move, stirs; makes sound; raises one’s voice

ereti →

ncped

makes move, stirs; makes sound; raises one’s voice

erita →

ncped

moved, stirred

etave →

ncped

eti →

ncped

…3 sg. goes; goes towards; reaches, obtains; reaches (a state); is involved (in)

eti2

pr. 3 sg. comes, comes to;…

etādisa →

ncped

(~ā & ~ī)n. such (a), of such a kind; such as (with or without correlative).

eva →

ncped

…that very…, the same …; exactly that…; just …. 2. only, merely, just. 3. indeed, really; certainly; absolutely;…

evarūpa →

ncped

…up a description just given: such a…; like that; such a thing; or 2. introducing a description or definition or list: as follows; such as the…

gabbhaṃ gaṇhāti →

ncped

conceives, becomes pregnant.

gacchati →

ncped

…rivers, roads etc) goes; moves, walks; goes away, leaves; goes to (+ acc. or santike/santikaṃ etc); often with absol., e.g. ādāya ~ati,…

gahana →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) deep; dense, thick; a dense of growth; entangled, overgrown, impenetrable.
  2. (n.) a place hard to pass through; a hiding place.

gahapaticīvara →

ncped

robe or robe-material given by a householder.

gahapatimahāsala →

ncped

very wealthy householder.

gahapatiratana →

ncped

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

gahaṇī →

ncped

of the body where heat assists digestion; its digestive heat.

gahaṭṭha →

ncped

one who lives in a house; a house holder; a lay-person.

gahaṭṭhaka →

ncped

belonging to or suitable for one who lives in a house.

galappavedhaka →

ncped

or neuter trembling of the neck or throat.

gamana →

ncped

going; moving; (freedom of) movement; walking; going away; setting out; departure.

gambhīra →

ncped

…toned. 3. profound; hard to fathom; hard to penetrate or investigate.

  1. (n) deep; a bottomless place.

gamika →

ncped

(one) about to take a journey; (one) intending to leave; (one) on a journey, away from home.

gamikacitta →

ncped

an intention to go on a journey; to leave.

gandhabba →

ncped

  1. one of a class of heavenly beings, noted specially as musicians.
  2. an expression for that impulse or entity which takes (re) conception.

gantabba →

ncped

  1. (mfn.)

    1. to be gone to; to be attained.
    2. to be traveled; to be gone along.
  2. (n. impers.) one must go.

gantave →

ncped

of gacchati

garu →

ncped

…weighty; burdensome, difficult. 2. 1. (mfn.) highly prized; of great account; (to be) esteemed or venerated. 2. (mfn.) any venerated person…

garugaru →

ncped

very heavy.

garuka →

ncped

…(mfn.) weighty, grave, severe; important, serious. 3. (mfn.) (to be) prized, esteemed, venerated; of great account; valuable; held in common (by…

garukaroti →

ncped

honors; venerates; esteems; treats as important.

garukata →

ncped

of garukaroti honored, venerated, esteemed

garukāra →

ncped

(an act of) respect, veneration.

garuṭṭhānīya →

ncped

(one) taking the place of; having the status of, a venerated or esteemed person.

gata →

ncped

of gacchati

  1. (mfn.)

    1. gone; gone to; who has gone.
    2. gone along; traveled.
  2. (n.) going; motion.

gati →

ncped

…moving; gait; progress, movement; progress in knowledge/understanding. 2. where one goes or has gone; path; way, course; method. 3. where one…

gavesanta →

ncped

(~antī)n of gavesati

gavesati →

ncped

looks for, seeks, searches for; inquires (for), examines.

gavesi →

ncped

seeking, looking for, searching for.

gavesin →

ncped

seeking, looking for, searching for.

gavesissanti →

ncped

of gavesati

gavesissati →

ncped

of gavesati

gavesituṃ →

ncped

of gavesati

gayhaka →

ncped

captive or having seized, captured.

gaṇavassika →

ncped

used for several years.

gaṇhāpeti →

ncped

…causes to take ( or lay hold of); causes to be taken or seized; hands over, distributes, allots (to, dat./gen.); causes to learn, teaches

gaṇhāti →

ncped

…chooses; takes on, approves; holds an opinion or belief; holds to. 5. receives into the mind, apprehends, learns; accepts (instructions or…

gharadinnakābādha →

ncped

sickness caused by a potion given in a house (?)

ghaṭati →

ncped

is busy with; strives (for); exerts oneself (for, loc. or dat.)

ghaṭeti →

ncped

strives; exerts oneself (for)

giddhilobha →

ncped

greed and covetousness; greedy desire.

giddhilobhi →

ncped

greedy and covetous; greedily desiring

giddhilobhin →

ncped

greedy and covetous; greedily desiring

gihi →

ncped

one who possesses a house, a householder; one who lives the household (world and sensual) life (often contrasted with pabbajita)

gihiliṅga →

ncped

the distinctive marks or character of a householder.

gihin →

ncped

one who possesses a house, a householder; one who lives the household (world and sensual) life (often contrasted with pabbajita)

gihinivattham →

ncped

adverb masculine in the way a householder wears his (under) garments.

gihinī →

ncped

the wife of a householder; a woman who lives the household (worldly and sensual) life.

gihipārutam →

ncped

adverb neuter in the way a householder wears his (under) garments.

gihivyañjana →

ncped

distinctive sign of a householder.

gilānatiritta →

ncped

(what is) is leftover from a sick person’s meal.

girigabbhara →

ncped

mountain cleft or cave.

giriguhā →

ncped

mountain cleft; a gorge or cave.

girā →

ncped

verse; speech, words; voice.

godamaka →

ncped

cattle-trainer; a cattle-driver.

gopeti →

ncped

guards; protects; watches, keeps safe; covers, closes.

gopānasī →

ncped

rafter; a curved roof beam.

gopītakaṃ →

ncped

adverb drinking like a cow; as a cow drinks.

gorasa →

ncped

dairy product, milk, and its derivatives.

gotta →

ncped

…acommon ancestor (often a vedic ṛṣi); a sept, a clan; the clan name. 2. a related group or class; a group of similar individuals or concepts;…

govatika →

ncped

observing the “cow practice”, one who lives or behaves like a cow.

goṇaka →

ncped

long haired woolen rug or cover.

goṇakatthata →

ncped

spread with a woolen cover.

guhā →

ncped

an enclosed (hiding) place or space; a cave; a cavern.

gutta →

ncped

guarded; protected; watchful; protector; defender; preserver.

guyha →

ncped

what is to be covered or concealed; the parts of the body which to be covered, esp. the private parts; what is to be kept secret, secret; private; a…

guḷāguṇṭhikajāta →

ncped

become enveloped in a tangled ball; knotted in ball; in a tangle of threads.

gāhaka →

ncped

(one) who receives, a recipient; one who holds.

gāheti →

ncped

causes to take ( or lay hold of); causes to be taken or seized; hands over, distributes, allots (to, dat./gen.); causes to learn, teaches.

gāhāpeti →

ncped

causes to take ( or lay hold of); causes to be taken or seized; hands over, distributes, allots (to, dat./gen.); causes to learn, teaches

gāmapoddava →

ncped

or mfn. one given to bodily embellishments.

gārava →

ncped

  1. (from garu)
  2. (m.n.) respect; reverence; esteem.
  3. (n.) heaviness.
  4. (mfn.) respectful; full of esteem.

gāthā →

ncped

  1. a verse; a stanza.
  2. the name of one of the nine categories (aṅgas) of the scriptures.

gāthābhigīta →

ncped

(what has been) sung over; over which verses have been sung.

gāthāpada →

ncped

quarter of a verse; a line or a half-line.

gāḷha →

ncped

tight, firm, strong, vehement.

gāḷhaṃ →

ncped

strongly, firmly; vehemently; too firmly.

gīveyyaka →

ncped

  1. a necklace.
  2. the neck piece of a bhikkhu’s robe; neck-binding.

gīveyyakā →

ncped

gūthagata →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) fallen into dung; covered in dung; smeared in excrement.
  2. (n.) excrement; dung.

icchati →

ncped

…reaches;…

icchi →

ncped

approved, allowed; prescribed

icchita →

ncped

(what is) desired, wished; loved; allowed; prescribed

idaṃ →

ncped

…(with rel. pronoun) whoever, whatever. 4. (as personal pronoun) of him, of her; his, etc.

idaṃ2

neuter adv. (sometimes ida)…

iddhipāṭihāriya →

ncped

marvel performed by supernatural power, a miracle; the miracle of supernatural power (one of the three marvels of the Buddha

indagopakasañchanna →

ncped

covered with indagopaka; (according to commentaries) covered with red grass

indriya →

ncped

…perceptible to others). 2. five mental faculties or energies. 3. three controlling principles. 4. five faculties of sensation or feeling. 5. three…

indriyatta →

ncped

the sate of different degrees of development of the faculties

iriyati →

ncped

moves, moves about; behaves, conducts oneself, lives (in a certain way)

iriyā →

ncped

(& ~a n.) conduct; deportment, life, way of life; movement.

iriyāpatha →

ncped

movement, mode of behavior, deportment; esp. the four bodily attitudes (walking, standing, sitting, lying)

irīyati →

ncped

moves, moves about; behaves, conducts oneself, lives (in a certain way)

isi →

ncped

…esp. the authors of the Vedic hymns; a legendary seer; an ascetic or anchorite (often possessing magical powers); a sage, a seer (used usually…

isisattama →

ncped

best of seers; or seventh of the isis.

itaritara →

ncped

one or another, whatsoever, any sort of

itarītara →

ncped

one or another, whatsoever, any sort of

iti →

ncped

…quotation, with or without a verb of saying, thinking, etc. (serving the purpose of inverted commas; the usual Pāḷi form is ti)

  1. a single word…

itihāsapañcama →

ncped

(the vedas) with itihāsa as the fifth

itthantara →

ncped

with a woman inside (?); with a woman driver (?)

itthipariggaha →

ncped

women; wives

itthiratana →

ncped

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

itthāgāra →

ncped

the women of the household; esp. the harem, a king’s wives and concubines.

iñjana →

ncped

movement, disturbance.

iñjati →

ncped

(intrans.) moves, stris; is moved, is disturbed.

iñjita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) moved, perturbed.
  2. (n.) movement; disturbance

jahati →

ncped

leaves; leaves behind; abandons; gives up, lets go.

jahita →

ncped

given up; abandoned.

jambonada →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) golden, made of gold (from the jambū river)
  2. (n.) gold from the river jāmbu; any gold.

janaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. begetting; generating, producing; (one) who gives or has given birth (to); (m.) a progenitor, a father; a parent; (f.) a mother.

janapadatthāvariyapatta →

ncped

who has achieved stability in the country, whose country is stable; whose position is secure.

janettī →

ncped

mother; one who gives birth or has given birth.

japa →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) muttering.
  2. (m.) muttering prayers; rehearsing or reciting the Vedas to oneself.

japati →

ncped

whispers, mutters (esp. prayers or spells); rehearses or recites (the Vedas) to oneself.

jappa →

ncped

…spell; a recitation of the Vedas.

jappa2

masculine

  1. talk, speech.
  2. idle talk, chatter.

jappa3

feminine longing;…

jappati →

ncped

…3 sg.

  1. speaks; converses with; prattles; mutters.
  2. mutters or recites the Vedas.

jappati2

pr. 3. sg prays for; desires;…

jara →

ncped

jara1

mfn. old; worn out.

jara2

masculine fever.

jaññajañña →

ncped

very fine.

je →

ncped

indeclinable (enclitic) a vocative particle used to address a slave woman or a woman of low grade.

jhāna →

ncped

meditative state; esp. one of four stages of absorption in meditation; one of the four arūpa stages of meditation.

jhāyati →

ncped

…3 sg. meditates, contemplates, thinks upon, broods over; is thoughtful or meditative.

jhāyin →

ncped

meditative, self-concentrated, engaged in jhāna; who habitually practices jhāna.

jigiṃsati →

ncped

wishes to win or obtain; desires; covets.

jina →

ncped

…beaten, conquered; or deprived (of property)

jinati →

ncped

…conquers, defeats; wins.

jinati2

pr. 3 sg. oppresses; deprives someone of property, confiscates someone’s property; fines.

juhati →

ncped

sacrifices, offers (to or in); gives, dedicates.

jālakajāta →

ncped

covered in small buds?

jālapacchanna →

ncped

covered by a net.

jānaṃ →

ncped

adverb of also jānāti knowingly; with knowledge

jāra →

ncped

lover, an illicit or adulterous lover.

jārattana →

ncped

, abstr. the state of being a lover; an affair.

jārī →

ncped

an adulteress; a female lover.

jāta →

ncped

  1. born; produce; grown, growing; arisen; who has been born.
  2. become; present, apparent.
  3. of earth; natural; productive?

jātaveda →

ncped

fire.

jātu →

ncped

indeclinable at all; ever; undoubtedly.

jīna →

ncped

deprived of; who has lost (something)

jīvaggāhaṃ →

ncped

captures, takes alive.

jīvagāhaṃ →

ncped

captures, takes alive.

jīvati →

ncped

lives, is alive; remains alive; lives by.

jīvikā →

ncped

living, livelihood; means of living.

jīvita →

ncped

life; span of life; lifetime; living; livelihood.

jīyati →

ncped

jīyati1

pr. 3 sg. grows old; decays, wears out; perishes.

jīyati2

pass. pr. 3 sg. is oppressed; is deprived of; loses.

ka ci →

ncped

ka + ci repeated; of whatever kind; of some kind or other

ka →

ncped

cid), and sometimes preceded by ya (sg. acc. m. kañci and kiñci): whoever, whatever, whichever…; anyone whatsoever; anyone,…

kabandha →

ncped

headless trunk of the body (usually alive, or at least capable of movement)

kacci →

ncped

…followed by nu sometimes, in verse, taking the form kaccin) interrogative particle introducing a question. Often expecting or, more usually, hoping…

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

kadāci karahaci →

ncped

  1. sometime or other; once in a while; (in a question) ever.
  2. only once in a while, rarely; hardly ever, if at all

kadāci →

ncped

(and, before eva, kadācid), sometimes; sometime, at some time; at one time, once; ever

kakkhaḷa →

ncped

hard, solid; harsh, severe, cruel.

kakuṭapāda →

ncped

dove footed.

kalabhāga →

ncped

fraction of a part, a very small part

kalahajāta →

ncped

involved in contention; quarreling

kalala →

ncped

the human embryo (in the first seven days after conception); the embryo (of a bird).

kalla →

ncped

healthy; in good spirits; sound, fit; ready (for); capable, clever; proper, fitting

kalya →

ncped

healthy; in good spirits; sound, fit; ready (for); capable, clever; proper, fitting

kalāpa →

ncped

things tied together, a bundle, a sheaf; a sheaf of arrows, a quiver; a collection, totality; group; a peacock’s tail.

kamanīya →

ncped

desirable; lovely; beautiful; desirable thing.

kamaṇḍalu →

ncped

, neuter a water-vessel, water-jar (used by ascetics and brahmans).

kambala →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) woolen, made of wool.
  2. (m.n.) a woollen cloth or blanket or shawl (very often ratta- or paṇḍu-); a blanket or shawl.

kambalasukhuma →

ncped

very fine woolen cloth; made of very fine woolen cloth

kammavāda →

ncped

holding the theory that actions have consequences (in the same or a future life)

kammavādi →

ncped

holding the theory that actions have consequences (in the same or a future life)

kammavādin →

ncped

holding the theory that actions have consequences (in the same or a future life)

kammārabhaṇḍu →

ncped

shaven-headed metalworker

kampati →

ncped

trembles, shakes; is moved; wavers.

kanakatanusannibha →

ncped

appearing to have golden body; with a body like gold.

kanta →

ncped

kanta1

mfn. & masculine desired; loved; pleasing, lovely.

kanta2

pp mfn. spun

kapisīsa →

ncped

the receptacle which receives or holds the bolt (of a door); the post for receiving the bolt

kapisīsaka →

ncped

the receptacle which receives or holds the bolt (of a door)

kappa →

ncped

…one stage of a cycle; a very long period of time. 2. a (limited) length of time

  1. (m.n.) an allowable practice; an allowance, a…

kappayati →

ncped

…makes one’s living; trims, cuts. 3. frames, imagines; invents, contrives; theorizes (about)

kappaṃ →

ncped

for an eon; for a very long time

kappeti →

ncped

…makes one’s living; trims, cuts. 3. frames, imagines; invents, contrives; theorizes (about)

kappāsikasukhuma →

ncped

very fine cotton; made of very fine cotton

karamarānīta →

ncped

(a servant or slave) brought home as a captive (in war).

karaṇḍa →

ncped

covered box or basket (of bamboo); (according to commentaries) the slough of a snake.

karaṇḍaka →

ncped

  1. a covered box or basket.
  2. an enclosure.

katavedi →

ncped

acknowledging former service, grateful

katavedin →

ncped

acknowledging former service, grateful

kathala →

ncped

gravel; a pebble; a fragment (of earthenware), a potsherd

kathaṃ →

ncped

…one or more particles:katham preceded by yathä, however? in what way.

kathetave →

ncped

kathā →

ncped

kathā1

feminine talking, talk, conversation; discussion; a talk, discourse; an account, a story.

kathā2

ind. how?.

kathāsallāpa →

ncped

conversation; dialogue

kathāvatthu →

ncped

subject for discourse or a story; a subject of conversation

katindriya →

ncped

with faculties trained; or with the faculties developed

katokāsa →

ncped

having been given the opportunity; having been given permission; having found an opportunity or scope; where space or scope has been made

kattha →

ncped

interrog. adv. where? in what, in reference to what? to whom? wherein? wherefore?; preceded by yattha: wherever; anywhere whatsoever; in whatsoever.

kattikacoraka →

ncped

thief operating especially in the month of Kattika (October–November).

katāvakāsa →

ncped

having been given the opportunity; having been given consent; having obtained a chance or scope

kavandha →

ncped

headless trunk of the body (usually alive, or at least capable of movement)

kavi →

ncped

thinker; a poet; a maker of verse.

kaṃsa →

ncped

metal cup or vessel; a (metal) cymbal; metal, esp. bronze or bell-metal.

kaṇhapakkha →

ncped

the negative side; the statement of the undesirable case or position

kaṇhasappa →

ncped

the black venomous snake Coluber nāga

kaṇḍarachinna →

ncped

whose tendons have been cut.

kaṇḍupaṭicchādī →

ncped

an itch-covering cloth (worn by bhikkhus suffering from the itch)

kaṇṇacchinna →

ncped

whose ears have been cut off

kaṭacchubhikkhā →

ncped

alms given on a spoon, a spoonful of food

kaṭhala →

ncped

gravel; a pebble; a fragment (of earthenware), a potsherd

kaṭhina →

ncped

…where qualified bhikkhu have a claim on material given to the saṅgha (and on the use of the kaṭhina) and enjoy the five concessions or…

kaṭhinattharaṇa →

ncped

the covering of the kaṭhina ; the communal robe making and its ritual

kaṭhinatthāra →

ncped

the covering of the kaṭhina ; the communal robe making and its ritual

kaṭhinatthāraka →

ncped

one who covers the kaṭhina ; who supervises the making of the robe (which becomes his)

kaṭuka →

ncped

…acrid (as peppers or ginger); (of words) bitter, caustic; (of pain etc) severe, keen, keenly distressing; (n.) a bitter thing, a distressing…

kaṭuviya →

ncped

(or mfn.) (according to et) (what is) left over; (what is) polluted, impure.

kaṭuviyakata →

ncped

left over; polluted, impure

kaṭṭhatumba →

ncped

wooden vessel, a wooden water pot

kaṭṭhissa →

ncped

silken covering embroidered with jewels.

kelāyati →

ncped

cares for, cherishes; treasures; is possessive of

kevali →

ncped

(from kevala) who is fully accomplished, perfected; who has achieved completeness.

kevalin →

ncped

(from kevala) who is fully accomplished, perfected; who has achieved completeness.

keḷāyati →

ncped

cares for, cherishes; treasures; is possessive of

khalu →

ncped

…the preceding word; signifying a report, something heard; sometimes merely expletive; occasionally expressing prohibition:) indeed, truly; so…

khamati →

ncped

(after ‘na’ very commonly written kkhamati);

  1. bears patiently, puts up with; submits to; is capable of bearing, stands up to.
  2. pardons,…

khamitabba →

ncped

to be endured; to be forgiven; one should pardon

khamāpayati →

ncped

asks pardon (for); asks forgiveness

khamāpeti →

ncped

asks pardon (for); asks forgiveness

khamāpita →

ncped

asked for forgiveness; persuaded to pardon

khandha →

ncped

…1. the agglomeration or groups of good practices or virtues 2. the five collections or groups which are the elements of (personal)…

khandhakavatta →

ncped

…rules from Pārivāsikakkhandhaka (Vin ii 31, 28–33, 32) and eleven from Kammakkhandhaka (Vin ii 22, 20–24)

khanta →

ncped

one who bears patiently, who endures; who forgives.

khantar →

ncped

one who bears patiently, who endures; who forgives.

khaṇakicca →

ncped

having tasks every moment (?); acting immediately, or when there is opportunity, or at the right time (?)

khaṇe khaṇe →

ncped

every moment; at various moments

khaṇḍa →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) broken; split; having gaps or breaks; defective, incomplete.
  2. (m.n.) a break, a gap; a deficiency.

khaṇḍakāri →

ncped

making a break (in); making defective

khaṇḍakārin →

ncped

making a break (in); making defective

khettaññu →

ncped

knowledgeable (about, gen.); experienced; clever, skillful; see khetta)

kho →

ncped

… 3. in interrogative clauses. 4. after negative particles.

  1. frequently marks a change of subject or a further stage in a narrative,…

khomasukhuma →

ncped

very fine linen; made of very fine linen

khuddānukhuddaka →

ncped

lesser, minor; the least important; the very smallest; the various small or minor …; (n.) a minor disciplinary rule; the basic or minor discipline

khuramuṇḍa →

ncped

having the head shaved; sheared

khuṃsana →

ncped

abuse; insulting; verbal attack.

khuṃsayati →

ncped

abuses, insults; attacks verbally

khuṃseti →

ncped

abuses, insults; attacks verbally

khāra →

ncped

  1. (m.) an alkali; a caustic substance (such as soda or potash).
  2. (mfn.) consisting of caustic fluid; esp. as epithet of a river in a hell.

khīrapaṇṇi →

ncped

kind of plant (whose leaves yield a milky juice)

khīrapaṇṇin →

ncped

kind of plant (whose leaves yield a milky juice)

khīṇabīja →

ncped

in whom the seeds (of existence, rebirth) have perished

khīṇāsava →

ncped

(one) in whom the āsavas have perished; free from the āsavas, i.e. an arahant

kilañjachatta →

ncped

sunshade or umbrella made of (woven) reeds, of matting

kinnara →

ncped

mythical being, prob, an animal but with some human features or characteristics (they live in the mountains; are timid, but sing and dance superbly; and have remarkably beautiful eyes.

kinnarī →

ncped

mythical being, prob, an animal but with some human features or characteristics (they live in the mountains; are timid, but sing and dance superbly; and have remarkably beautiful eyes.

kinti →

ncped

…hat…

kira →

ncped

indeed, truly; really; so they say; as I have heard; so it seems, apparently (very often at the beginning of a narrative).

kitava →

ncped

…a gambler; a cheat; (according to commentaries : a bird catcher who deceives the birds by covering himself with branches etc, or his…

kitavat →

ncped

…a gambler; a cheat; (according to commentaries : a bird catcher who deceives the birds by covering himself with branches etc, or his…

kiṃ aṅga →

ncped

interrog. how much more? how much less? never mind …

kiṃ kusalagavesi →

ncped

kiṃ kusalagavesi(n)

mfn. searching for (the knowledge of) what is right or good

kiṃ kusalagavesin →

ncped

kiṃ kusalagavesi(n)

mfn. searching for (the knowledge of) what is right or good

kiṃ →

ncped

interrog. very often strengthened by nu, nu kho, (s)su, ssa),

  1. interrogative particle.
  2. why? how?.
  3. (+ ins tr.) what is the use of …, away…

ko ca →

ncped

…ko ca (noun) … ko (verb) (an extension of (i)and (ii), where the verb substitutes for a noun, influenced by the sense o/ka as: who am I…

ko pana vado →

ncped

not to speak of …, never mind …

kojava →

ncped

woolen rug or cover.

kolamba →

ncped

large pot or vessel.

komāraka →

ncped

…(n.) what belongs to childhood;…

komārika →

ncped

…(n.) what belongs to childhood;…

kopīnanidaṃsana →

ncped

(~ī)n & /or ~ī feminine revealing the pudenda; exposure of the private parts

koseyya →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) silken, made of silk.
  2. (n.) a (jeweled) silken covering.

koseyyasukhuma →

ncped

very fine silk; made of very fine silk

kosikāraka →

ncped

silk weaver.

koṭi →

ncped

the curved end (of a bow); the end or top of anything; the edge or point; the highest point; a point or side in an argument, an alternative.

kubbara →

ncped

he curved top or rail running round the front and two sides of a carriage or chariot; the frame to which the yoke is fixed.

kudassu →

ncped

when indeed? whenever will …?

kudrūsaka →

ncped

one of the seven kinds of grain; an inferior kind of grain.

kudācanaṃ →

ncped

at any time; ever.

kudāssu →

ncped

when indeed? whenever will …?

kukku →

ncped

linear measure (about 45 cm).

kukku2

mfn. according to commentary) (what is) temporary; given for a limited time

kukkucca →

ncped

…to do right); a feeling of guilt; remorse; worried (over-)scrupulousness.

kukkuccaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. anxious about one’s behavior; (over-)scrupulous.

kukkukata →

ncped

according to commentary) (what is) temporary; given for a limited time.

kukkuravatika →

ncped

(one) who lives or behaves like a dog (a practice of certain ascetics)

kukkuravattika →

ncped

(one) who lives or behaves like a dog (a practice of certain ascetics)

kulala →

ncped

carrion-eating bird (a kind of vulture? a raven?)

kulamacchari →

ncped

selfish in regard to (supportive) families

kulamaccharin →

ncped

selfish in regard to (supportive) families

kulamacchariya →

ncped

selfishness, meanness in regard to (supportive) families

kulamacchera →

ncped

selfishness, meanness in regard to (supportive) families

kulaputta →

ncped

the son of a good or noble family; a noble youth (of whatever birth)

kulupaka →

ncped

(being) a family associate; (one) dependent on, intimate with, a household or several households

kulīrapādaka →

ncped

with carved feet

kulūpaka →

ncped

(being) a family associate; (one) dependent on, intimate with, a household or several households

kulūpika →

ncped

(being) a family associate; (one) dependent on, intimate with, a household or several households

kumbhadāsika →

ncped

the slave girl who fetches water, a scullery-maid; a prostitute

kumbhadāsī →

ncped

the slave girl who fetches water, a scullery-maid; a prostitute

kumbhi →

ncped

pot; a cooking vessel

kumbhī →

ncped

pot; a cooking vessel

kumāravāhana →

ncped

vehicle drawn by boys

kumārīvāhana →

ncped

vehicle drawn by girls; a mount that is a girl

kunnadī →

ncped

small river; a shallow stream.

kusala →

ncped

…to well-being; right or proper action or behavior; virtue

. 2. (mfn.) good at; competent, clever; skilful, skilled, expert; knowledgeable…

kuḍumalaka →

ncped

covered with opening buds.

kuḷīrapādaka →

ncped

with carved feet

kuṇāla →

ncped

the name of one of the seven great lakes.

kāla →

ncped

…the time of the action of a verb; tense. 2. a particular time; an appointed time; esp. the time for a meal (morning and evening, or, for…

kālacīvara →

ncped

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

kālappavedana →

ncped

making known that it is time; an announcement of the time

kāma →

ncped

  1. (m.) wish, desire; love; longing.
  2. (m.n.) pleasure of the senses; sensual enjoyment; esp. sexual pleasure; the objects of pleasure, what gives…

kāmacāgi →

ncped

who gives up sensual pleasures

kāmacāgin →

ncped

who gives up sensual pleasures

kāmagavesi →

ncped

seeking pleasure of the senses

kāmagavesin →

ncped

seeking pleasure of the senses

kāmalāpi →

ncped

saying whatever one wants; chattering however one wishes

kāmalāpin →

ncped

saying whatever one wants; chattering however one wishes

kāmayati →

ncped

wishes, desires; loves

kāmaṃ →

ncped

…as you please; please; esp. (usually with imperat.) let them… as they please; even if…; kāmaṃ … na (or ) …, even if……

kāmeti →

ncped

wishes, desires; loves

kāveyya →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) produced by a sage or poet.
  2. (n.) poetry; poetry-writing

kāveyyamatta →

ncped

intoxicated with poetry-writing; in a muse of poetic inspiration

kāya →

ncped

…the assemblage of all five khandhas; the body is

  1. the experiencer of sensation and feeling, either (a) generally (physically and/or…

kāyabhāvanā →

ncped

physical development or training

kāyasaṅkhāra →

ncped

bodily motive force; physical motion

kīva →

ncped

…how …? how …! (kiva can be interpreted as an adverb modifying an adjective or adverb, or as forming a compound with an adjective or adverb)

kīvaṃ →

ncped

…how …? how …! (kiva can be interpreted as an adverb modifying an adjective or adverb, or as forming a compound with an adjective or adverb)

kīḷāpanaka →

ncped

someone or something to be used to give amusement; a plaything; a playmate

kīḷāpanikā →

ncped

someone or something to be used to give amusement; a plaything; a playmate

kūlapalugga →

ncped

the broken-up (clay) of the riverbank

kūṭāgāra →

ncped

building with a peaked roof; an upper room, a belvedere

na →

ncped

…na doubled with a single verb is a strong affirmation; in successive clauses or phrases na is often simply repeated, but is also often…

nadikā →

ncped

river; a small river.

nadī →

ncped

river.

nahuta →

ncped

, num. a vast number; a very high number.

nahāpeti →

ncped

of nāhayati washes (someone else); helps to wash, attends while bathing; gives a bath

nakkhatta →

ncped

star; a heavenly body; a pattern or a group of stars or constellation through which the moon passes, one of 27 (or 28) lunar mansions; a disposition…

nama →

ncped

obeisance, homage, veneration; esp. as exclamation (namo) of veneration.

namas →

ncped

obeisance, homage, veneration; esp. as exclamation (namo) of veneration.

namassati →

ncped

pays homage to; reverences; prays to.

namataka →

ncped

felt covering for a knife.

natthika →

ncped

an unbeliever (in the existence or efficacy of good conduct, in the existence of another world, etc); a skeptic.

natthikavāda →

ncped

professing the doctrine of an unbeliever.

navanava →

ncped

ever new; quite new; one new after another

navanivesa →

ncped

new residence

navasassa →

ncped

the first-fruits of the harvest

navāvuta →

ncped

newly woven

negama →

ncped

  1. (one) who lives in a small town; a townsman; a (leading) trader or merchant.
  2. the inhabitants of a small town; the townspeople.

nekavassagaṇika →

ncped

adverb of neka in existence for many years; produced over many years

nekkhamma →

ncped

departure from worldly life; the renunciation of worldly things and values; whatever is the opposite of or rejection of all worldly, sensual experience and desires.

nettatappana →

ncped

(applying) eye-salve, eye-ointment.

nibbakosa →

ncped

the gutter, the edge, of the eaves; the shelter of the eaves; ?

nibbatta →

ncped

of nibbattati

  1. arisen; originated; come into being; developed.
  2. removed?

nibbattabīja →

ncped

with the seed removed; (or with the seed fully developed?)

nibbindati →

ncped

…or disgust (with, loc., occasionally acc. or instr.); gives up, turns away from (abl.)

nibbinna →

ncped

  1. disenchanted or dissatisfied or disgusted (with); weary (of)
  2. which has caused dissatisfaction or disgust; given up, turned away from.

nibbinnarūpa →

ncped

very disgusted with; weary of.

nibbuta →

ncped

…happy; esp. 2. free from passion, in whom the fires of passion (the fuel for rebirth) have gone out.

  1. gone out (like a lamp or fire),…

niccabhattaka →

ncped

constant food, food given always.

niccakappaṃ →

ncped

adverb practically always; constantly.

nicchayaṃ →

ncped

adverb certainly.

nicchayena →

ncped

adverb

nicchayā →

ncped

adverb

nicchedeti →

ncped

makes to remove; makes to separate away.

niddara →

ncped

free from fever; free from distress

niddassa →

ncped

term of praise for an ascetic; (not ten? without ten? more than ten?; not in a (conventional) stage of life?)

niggahita →

ncped

of niggaṇhāti held down; restrained; reproved; refuted

niggaṇhāti →

ncped

  1. holds down, holds fast; holds back, restrains; humiliates.
  2. refutes; reproves, reprimands.

nihanati →

ncped

strikes; hits, touches; throws (in); drops, lowers; knocks out, removes; destroys.

nihatapaccāmitta →

ncped

whose enemies have been destroyed; without enemies.

nihīna →

ncped

of nihīyati low, base, mean; inferior; deprived of, deficient

nijigiṃsana →

ncped

wishing to acquire; coveting.

nijigiṃsanaka →

ncped

wishing to acquire; covetous.

nijigiṃsanatā →

ncped

, abstr. of nijigiṃsana the wish to acquire; covetousness for

nijigiṃsita →

ncped

one who wishes to acquire; who covets.

nijigiṃsitar →

ncped

one who wishes to acquire; who covets.

nijjhāpana →

ncped

making understand; convincing; winning over.

nijjhāpeti →

ncped

of nijjhāyati makes look at, scrutinize; shows; makes understand; convinces; wins over

nijjhāyati →

ncped

looks at, observes carefully; scrutinizes; reflects on; meditates (on)

nikaroti →

ncped

humiliates; deceives; cheats.

nikata →

ncped

deceived; cheated.

nikkhamati →

ncped

…or village); comes forth (to fight etc); emerges; gets out; escapes; leaves; esp. leaves the household life; sticks out, protrudes.

nikkhamitabba →

ncped

of nikkhamati one must go out; one must leave

nikkāraṇa →

ncped

without motive; disinterested

nikujja →

ncped

‘with the (hollow side of the) curve facing down’; face downwards, upside down.

nikujjanā →

ncped

, ~a, neuter placing (the bowl of a layman) face downwards; over turning.

nikujjati →

ncped

…3 sg. tums upside down, overtums; places face downwards; esp. tums (a layman’s bowl) upside down, refuses alms (with a formal act of the…

nikujjita →

ncped

of nikujjitati turned upside down, overturned; face downwards

nikāya →

ncped

group; sect; a collection; esp. a group of discourses, one of the five collections of the Suttapiṭaka.

nilloketi →

ncped

observes; looks at carefully; examines.

nillāletvā →

ncped

having wagged (the tongue); having moved the tongue to and fro.

nimitta →

ncped

…mark or appearance; a perceived (enduring) attribute, predicate (especially that of permanence); an attribution. 2. the organ of generation (of…

nimittaggāha →

ncped

…occupying oneself with, external features or characteristics; exclusive concentration (on, loc.); being completely taken up (by, loc.)

nimittagāha →

ncped

…occupying oneself with, external features or characteristics; exclusive concentration (on, loc.); being completely taken up (by, loc.)

nimokkha →

ncped

release, deliverance.

nimujjati →

ncped

sinks down; dives into, immerses oneself in; is submerged.

nindārosi →

ncped

fault-finding and offensive.

nindārosin →

ncped

fault-finding and offensive.

nipaka →

ncped

indeclinable intelligent; clever; adept.

nipphaṭati →

ncped

moves from its place; falls.

nipuṇa →

ncped

  1. clever; skillful; subtle; acute.
  2. (what is) subtle, abstruse.

niranusaya →

ncped

adverb free from (latent) disposition.

nirassati →

ncped

throws off; lets go; drives away.

niraṅkaroti →

ncped

separates oneself from; repudiates; rejects; removes.

niraṅkata →

ncped

of niraṅkaroti repudiated, rejected; removed.

nirodha →

ncped

  1. ceasing, cessation; the being no more; stopping, shutting off.
  2. (for saññāvedayitanirodha) the cessation of conception and feeling.

nirodhetvā →

ncped

having destroyed; having dissolved; having annihilated.

nirutti →

ncped

an expression; a form of words; a way of speaking; an alternative terminology, a gloss.

nisedha →

ncped

restraint; prevention, prohibition; contradiction, denial.

nisedhati →

ncped

prevents; prohibits; suppresses.

nisedheti →

ncped

prevents; prohibits; keeps off

nisevati →

ncped

frequents, inhabits, resorts to; serves, waits upon; practices, performs; indulges in.

nissajiṃ →

ncped

nissajjati

absol. lets go; gives up; hands over; surrenders; lets fly, throws.

nissajjati →

ncped

lets go; gives up; hands over; surrenders; lets fly, throws.

nissajjeta →

ncped

to be given up, renounced?

nissajjita →

ncped

lets go; gives up; hands over; surrenders; lets fly, throws.

nissajjiṃ →

ncped

nissajjati

absol. lets go; gives up; hands over; surrenders; lets fly, throws.

nissaraṇīya →

ncped

connected with, conducive to, separation, getting rid of, escape.

nissaṭṭha →

ncped

of nissajjati let go; set free; given up; handed over, surrendered; let fly, Thrown

nisāmakajātika →

ncped

naturally disposed to attending carefully; given to closely observing.

nisāmeti →

ncped

hears; observes (closely); attends carefully (to)

nittharati →

ncped

, ~ā, feminine crosses over; gets out of, escapes; expiates.

nivasati →

ncped

nivasati1

pr. 3 sg. clothes; dresses oneself.

nivasati2

pr. 3 sg. passes or spends time; dwells, lives (in), inhabits.

nivattabīja →

ncped

whose seed is inoperative?

nivattati →

ncped

(intrans.) returns, turns round, turns back; gives up; stops, ceases; tums away from.

nivattāpeti →

ncped

(~antī)n. Makes to return, turn round, turn back; makes give up; makes to stop, ceases; makes to turn away from.

nivattāpetvā →

ncped

  1. makes to return, turn round, turn back; makes give up; makes to stop, ceases; makes to turn away from.

nivesa →

ncped

settling (on or in); a settlement; a house, a home.

nivesana →

ncped

  1. settlement; a dwelling-place, a house, a home.
  2. settling (on or in), attachment (to); where one settles.

nivesayati →

ncped

nivesayi →

ncped

of niveseti

nivesesi →

ncped

of niveseti

nivesetabba →

ncped

of niveseti

niveseti →

ncped

makes enter; directs towards; causes to settle (on); establishes, founds; gives in marriage

nivesiya →

ncped

of niveseti

nivusita →

ncped

having lived, stayed

nivuta →

ncped

hindered, obstructed; suppressed; surrounded, enveloped.

nivutta →

ncped

nivutta1

mfn. shaved, cut off.

nivutta2

mfn. thrown down; scattered

nivuttakesa →

ncped

of nivutta whose hair has been shaved off

nivāraṇa →

ncped

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

nivāreti →

ncped

keeps out; holds back from, restrains; obstructs; prevents; forbids.

nivāsa →

ncped

  1. living, dwelling; stay, residence; where one lives, a dwelling-place, a home.
  2. where one is, a state of existence.

niyyatta →

ncped

given; yielded.

niyyānika →

ncped

going out, setting forth; being a good way, leading to good; conducive to leaving (saṃsāra)

niyyāta →

ncped

of niyyāti laid by; given, handed over; gone forth; gone away

niyyātar →

ncped

one who leaves (saṃsara)

niyyāteti →

ncped

  1. hands back; restores; pays back.
  2. hands over (ownership or responsibility); entrusts; gives (formally), dedicates.

niyyāti →

ncped

goes out, goes forth (to); leaves; esp. leaves saṃsara.

niyyātita →

ncped

of niyyāteti handed back, restored; handed over, entrusted; given

niṭṭhām gaccathi →

ncped

…there is niṭṭhāgata) reaches completion; achieves its aim or culminating point.

no →

ncped

… 1. if not (followed by a verb, or forming a sentence by itself) 2. may there not; I hope that … not.

  1. no! not…

nu →

ncped

…followed by kho): 2. indeed; surely. 3. 1. by itself. 2. combined with an interrogative pronoun or adverb. 3. in double questions (repeated,…

nudati →

ncped

impels, pushes; drives away, dispels; removes.

nunna →

ncped

of nudeti impelled; driven away, dispelled, removed

nābhi →

ncped

  1. the navel.
  2. the nave of a wheel.

nābhimaṇḍala →

ncped

the area of the navel.

nāma →

ncped

…word; with interrogatives or other particles (often expressing astonishment or reproach):

nāma2

neuter

  1. a name, a personal…

nānatta →

ncped

nānatta1

neuter various; different; separated.

nānatta2

neuter abstr. diversity, variety; difference.

nānattakathā →

ncped

various sorts of talk, tale, trivial conversation.

nānā →

ncped

indeclinable variously, differently; separately; different, separate; various, of various kinds (frequently iic); (difference, diversity (?))

nānābhāva →

ncped

being apart; separation; difference, diversity.

nānāverajjagata →

ncped

gone to various different kingdoms.

nānāverajjaka →

ncped

from various different kingdoms.

nāseti →

ncped

of nassati brings to naught; loses, lets disappear; spoils; destroys, ruins; removes; drives away; esp. expels from the saṅgha (permanently or temporarily)

nāsita →

ncped

of nāseti removed; expelled; spoiled, ruined; destroyed

nāḷikāsaka →

ncped

kind of (prepared) vegetable.

nīcaniviṭṭha →

ncped

adverb intent upon lowly things; humble.

nīharati →

ncped

takes out, extracts; extricates; draws out; carries out; removes; drives out, expels.

nīhaṭa →

ncped

taken out, brought out; driven out; expelled

nīhāritabba →

ncped

will take out, extract; will extricate; will draw out; will carry out; will remove; will drive out, expel.

nīhārāpetabba →

ncped

will take out, extract; will extricate; will draw out; will carry out; will remove; will drive out, expel.

nīvaraṇa →

ncped

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

obhāsana →

ncped

suggestive or lewd speech.

obhāsate →

ncped

speaks to suggestively or lewdly or offensively; insults

obhāsati →

ncped

…3 sg. speaks to suggestively or lewdly or offensively; insults

obhāsati2

pr. 3 sg. shines forth, is bright; becomes manifest,…

obhāseti →

ncped

speaks to suggestively or lewdly or offensively; insults

ocaraka →

ncped

being active in a secret or low way; spying out, investigating; an informer, spy, secret agent; a robber.

ocarati →

ncped

  1. comes down.
  2. spies out; investigates.

ociṇṇa →

ncped

spied out; investigated

ocīrakajāta →

ncped

seeming to have its bark hanging down

odahati →

ncped

places (in); lays down; applies; directs, esp. ~ati sotaṃ, gives ear attentively

odheti →

ncped

places (in); lays down; applies; directs, esp. ~ati sotaṃ, gives ear attentively

oghatiṇṇa →

ncped

who has crossed the torrent, who has overcome the flood(s)

ogumpheti →

ncped

winds round, weaves round; ties together.

oguṇṭhita →

ncped

covered; with the head covered; veiled.

oguṇṭhitvā →

ncped

covering (the head); veiling.

oharati →

ncped

brings down; takes down; puts down; removes; drags down.

ohata →

ncped

take away, removed

ohaṭa →

ncped

take away, removed

ohitabhāra →

ncped

whose burden has been put down or removed.

ohitasota →

ncped

with ears directed; with attentive ears, attentive

ohārapetvā →

ncped

having caused to be removed, having had removed

okappanīya →

ncped

to believe; to trust.

okappeti →

ncped

considers as possible, believes likely, gives credence to; trusts, has confidence (in, ace. or gen./dat.); is sure (about).

okirati →

ncped

ours out or down upon or into (loc.); scatters (upon, loc.); bestrews, covers (with, instr.).

okirīyati →

ncped

is bestrewn, covered (with); extends in various directions

okiṇṇa →

ncped

bestrewn, covered with; surrounded by

okiṇṇavikiṇṇa →

ncped

covered and filled with

okkamati →

ncped

…upon; comes down into, moves into, enters (+ acc. or loc), esp. niddaṃ ~ati, falls asleep; enters (a womb), takes birth; comes down upon…

okkamayati →

ncped

moves into, enters

okkameti →

ncped

okkameti1

caus. pr. 3 sg. moves into, enters

okkameti2

caus. pr. 3 sg. makes go up; makes move away.

okkamita →

ncped

one who moves into, enters.

okkamitar →

ncped

one who moves into, enters.

okkamma →

ncped

having gone aside (from); having gone over, neglected.

okkhāyika →

ncped

apparent, visible; seeming (to be); or far removed.

okkāmeti →

ncped

makes go up; makes move away.

okāsaṃ karoti →

ncped

makes a space; gives way; gives the opportunity (esp. for speech); allows, permits; consents

okāsaṃ kāreti →

ncped

causes to give an opportunity; obtains consent; gains permission (esp. to speak)

okāsaṃ kārāpeti →

ncped

causes to give an opportunity; obtains consent; gains permission (esp. to speak)

olambati →

ncped

hangs down; hangs over; slips down; hangs from, hangs on to, clings to; catches hold of, leans on.

olikhati →

ncped

scrapes; combs, brushes; (according to commentary) shaves.

olokayati →

ncped

looks at; watches; observes, examines; regards; looks to; looks down; looks to for permission or instruction

oloketi →

ncped

looks at; watches; observes, examines; regards; looks to; looks down; looks to for permission or instruction

olumpetvā →

ncped

cuts off; removes.

omasa →

ncped

piercing, striking, attacking (verbally).

omasati →

ncped

…3 sg. hurts; pierces; strikes; strikes in a downward direction; attacks verbally.

omasati2

pr. 3 sg. touches, strokes…

omasavāda →

ncped

aggressive speech; hurtful speech

omaṭṭha →

ncped

struck, pierced, struck downwards (from above); made with a downward stroke; (a hole or cut) made with a downward stroke or facing downwards

onaddha →

ncped

covered; having something stretched over

onahati →

ncped

covers; stretches over (trans.)

onandhati →

ncped

covers; stretches over (trans.)

onayhati →

ncped

covers; stretches over (trans.)

onojeti →

ncped

ours water ritually (over the hands) in giving a gift; gives formally

onāha →

ncped

covering; shrouding.

onīta →

ncped

put into water; washed; (according to commentaries) removed; put away

onīyati →

ncped

is led down or away; is put into water, has water poured over it.

opuñchitvā →

ncped

having wiped; wiped over (with); smeared

opuñjitvā →

ncped

opuñjitvā1

absol. having wiped; wiped over (with); smeared

opuñjitvā2

absol.

opānabhūta →

ncped

being like a pool or well; ever generous, satisfying.

oramati →

ncped

stops, is quiet; gives up, desists; abstains (from).

orena →

ncped

on this side (of); within, in less than; to this side, over here

oropayati →

ncped

ca.pr causes to descend; puts down; takes down, lowers (on to); removes

oropeti →

ncped

ca.pr causes to descend; puts down; takes down, lowers (on to); removes

osaraka →

ncped

or masculine a projection to a house or building, a verandah

osāraka →

ncped

or masculine a projection to a house or building, a verandah

otata →

ncped

overspread; covered.

otiṇṇa →

ncped

…place; under consideration

  1. (pass.) entered (by); overcome, overpowered (by); esp. overcome by passion, lustful.

ottharaka →

ncped

kind of sieve or filter (?)

ottharati →

ncped

scatters, spreads; covers, overspreads; overwhelms, submerges, crushes.

ottharika →

ncped

kind of sieve or filter (?)

ottharāpetvā →

ncped

having caused (something) to be overwhelmed or crushed or submerged

otthata →

ncped

scattered; covered; overwhelmed, submerged, crushed

otthaṭa →

ncped

scattered; covered; overwhelmed, submerged, crushed

otārayati →

ncped

causes to descend, makes go down (into), fetches down; lets down, lowers, puts down; takes down, removes; makes appear, puts forward; makes alight

otāreti →

ncped

causes to descend, makes go down (into), fetches down; lets down, lowers, puts down; takes down, removes; makes appear, puts forward; makes alight

ovadī →

ncped

gave advice; admonished.

ovaraṇa →

ncped

covering, protection.

ovarenta →

ncped

obstructing; covering, concealing.

ovariyāna →

ncped

covered; checked; hindered, obstructed.

ovaṭa →

ncped

checked; prevented.

ovuta →

ncped

covered; encompassed; checked, obstructed

ovuṭa →

ncped

covered; encompassed; checked, obstructed

oṇirakkha →

ncped

one who watches over a charge, who guards what has been entrusted to him.

oṇojeti →

ncped

ours water ritually (over the hands) in giving a gift; gives formally

oṇīta →

ncped

put into water; washed; (according to commentaries) removed; put away

sa-upanisa →

ncped

sa-upanisa

mfn.

  1. inattentive.
  2. having a cause, with a prerequisite

sa-ūmi →

ncped

sa-ūmi

mfn. with waves; turbulent

saduttara →

ncped

very hard to cross over or climb out of.

sakaddama →

ncped

muddy; covered in mud

sakasāva →

ncped

defective, imperfect; impure

saṃvāsam kappeti →

ncped

lives with; esp. lives as a man and wife, cohabits (with saddhiṃ + instr.)

sukallarūpa →

ncped

very fit and ready; physically fit

sukhetta →

ncped

good, fertile land; a very suitable place or recipient

sukkhetta →

ncped

good, fertile land; a very suitable place or recipient

sukusala →

ncped

very skilled, very skilful; very knowledgeable about

sukusalasampahaṭṭha →

ncped

polished skilfully, polished by a very skilful worker

supaṭṭhita →

ncped

properly at hand; very much present

svādhiṭṭhita →

ncped

well fixed upon, well resolved on; properly taken possession of

sāgāra →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) (one) who lives in a house.
  2. (n.) sharing a house; living under the same roof

sālinda →

ncped

with a terrace or verandah or surrounding platform; with its terraces

sūpaṭṭhita →

ncped

properly at hand; very much present

ta →

ncped

……; this … here; this very thing. 2. as adjective: that. 3. as correlative to ya(d) 4. repeated, often with indefinite sense: each one;…

tacoṭṭhaṭa →

ncped

covered with skin.

tad →

ncped

……; this … here; this very thing. 2. as adjective: that. 3. as correlative to ya(d) 4. repeated, often with indefinite sense: each one;…

tadahe →

ncped

that day, that very day

tadahu →

ncped

that day, that very day

tadā →

ncped

indeclinable then, at that time; in that case; as correlative to yadā.

taggha →

ncped

affirmative particle indeed; certainly; especially confirming a previous statement or question.

takkapariyāhata →

ncped

arrived at by conjecture or reasoning.

tala →

ncped

flat surface; a level; the ground; palm (of the hand); sole (of the foot)

tantavāya →

ncped

weaver.

tantāvuta →

ncped

woven (on the loom)

tanukaṃ →

ncped

adverb a little.

tapati →

ncped

  1. gives out heat; shines, is bright.
  2. shines upon; makes hot, burns; pains; harms.
  3. is burnt, becomes hot; suffers pain; repents.

tarati →

ncped

…3 sg. crosses; passes over; crosses to; crosses by swimming; floats; gets beyond, surmounts, overcomes.

tarati2

pr. 3 sg. is in a…

taraṇa →

ncped

going across; passing over or beyond; floating; escaping.

tasati →

ncped

tasati1

pr. 3 sg. is thirsty; craves for.

tasati2

pr. 3 sg. trembles, shakes; is afraid.

tasmā →

ncped

of ta(d) therefore; on that account; as correlative to yasmā

tasmātiha →

ncped

(often foilowed by an imperative sense) therefore; then.

tathā →

ncped

adverb

  1. thus; so; in that way; like that (frequently followed by eva)
  2. so, also; in the same way.
  3. as correlative to yathā; in that way, such…

tathārūpa →

ncped

(~ā ~ī)n. such …; like this or that; such a kind; following a defining phrase; followed by yathārūpa, yathā or another relative pronoun.

tathūpamaṃ →

ncped

adverb like that; in a similar way.

tatiyaṃ →

ncped

adverb for the third time.

tato →

ncped

…here and there; from all sides. 5. as correlative of yato.

tatra →

ncped

adverb

  1. there; in that place; to that place.
  2. as loc. of ta(d): in that; in those; in regard to that; in that case; on that occasion. 3….

tattha →

ncped

adverb

  1. there, in that place.
  2. there, to that place.
  3. as loc. of ta(d): in that; in regard to that; in that case; on that occasion.
  4. as…

taṃvusita →

ncped

who has served that (suspension)

tedaṇḍika →

ncped

paribbājaka who carries three staves.

terasa →

ncped

num., mfn.

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

tevijja →

ncped

knowing the three Vedas; possessed of the three knowledges.

tevijjaka →

ncped

…three Vedas.

tevijjaka2

mfn. connected with the three Vedas; belonging to those who know the three Vedas.

tevijjīriṇa →

ncped

desert that is the three Vedas.

thaketi →

ncped

covers, covers up; closes.

thera →

ncped

…(ordained for 10 years or more)

  1. (m.) an elder in the saṅgha; a venerable bhikkhu (of whatever seniority)
  2. therī, f.

theragāthā →

ncped

…a verse of an elder; a verse from the Theragāthā.

theragāthā2

feminine pl. the verses of the elders; one of the collections…

therikā →

ncped

female elder; a venerable bhikkhu.

therī →

ncped

female elder in the saṅgha; a venerable bhikkhunī (of whatever seniority)

therīgāthā →

ncped

the verses of the female elders; one of the collections making up the Khuddakanikāya of the Pāḷi Canon.

theyyasaṃvāsaka →

ncped

one who lives dishonestly in the saṅgha (claiming status to which he has no right)

theyyasaṅkhātaṃ →

ncped

adverb with dishonest intent, with intent to steal.

thokathoka →

ncped

adverb of thoka

thokathokaṃ →

ncped

adverb just a little; a little each time; little by little; gradually.

thokaṃ thokaṃ →

ncped

adverb

ti →

ncped

…with or without a verb of saying, thinking etc. (serving the purpose of inverted commas) 2. a single word or name or expression, esp. the…

tibba →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) strong; severe, intense; sharp, acute; (n.) severe distress.
  2. (mfn.) dense, thick.

timaṇḍala →

ncped

the three circles (of the navel and the knees)

tindukācīra →

ncped

tinduka row or grove?; a name of an ārāma?

tippa →

ncped

severe, intense; share, acute; a severe or sharp thing.

tiracchānakathika →

ncped

(one) given to worldly, frivolous talk.

tiriyaṃtaraṇā →

ncped

going across; going over.

tirogāmaka →

ncped

one who lives outside of the village, in another (distant) village.

tirokuḍḍamhi →

ncped

over the wall; on the other side of the wall.

tiropākāra →

ncped

), through a fence; to the other side of a fence; ~e, over the fence; on the other side of the fence.

tisattati →

ncped

num. seventy three.

titikkhā →

ncped

endurance, forgiveness, forbearance.

tittha →

ncped

  1. a ghat; a place of access to a river; a landing-place; a fording-place, a ford.
  2. (metaph.) a ford, a way across; a dogma; a sect.

tividhaṃ →

ncped

adverb in three ways; in a threefold way.

tividhena →

ncped

adverb in three ways; in a threefold way.

tividhenūpaparikkhi →

ncped

making a three fold investigation.

tividhenūpaparikkhin →

ncped

making a three fold investigation.

tiṇagahaṇa →

ncped

  1. (n.) a place overgrown with grass.
  2. (mfn.) a place dense with grass; a clump of grass or hay.

tiṇakaṭṭhapaṇṇasaṭa →

ncped

rubbish of (dead) grass, twigs, and leaves.

tiṇavatthāraka →

ncped

“a covering of grass”, one of the seven adhikaraṇasamatha (method of setting a case or dispute)

tiṭṭhantu →

ncped

of tiṭṭhati; esp. set aside…; never mind…

tiṭṭhati →

ncped

…engaged or intent upon, perseveres in. 3. exists; continues to exist; remains. 4. often as auxillary with part. or absol., with meaning of…

tiṭṭhatu →

ncped

imperat. 3 sg. of tiṭṭhati; esp. let stand aside…; set aside…; let wait…; never mind…

tu →

ncped

indeclinable (followed by eva written tv), an enclitic particle: however; but; rather; (sometimes merely expletive)

tucchakaṃ →

ncped

adverb emptily; falsely.

tucchakena →

ncped

adverb

tucchaṃ →

ncped

adverb in an empty way: falsely; with empty hands.

tucchena →

ncped

adverb

tucchā →

ncped

adverb

tulā →

ncped

…a standard; equality,…

tumba →

ncped

  1. a gourd, perhaps lagenaria vulgaris.
  2. a kind of water vessel.

tumbakaṭāha →

ncped

vessel made of calabash or gourd.

tuṇhī →

ncped

indeclinable silently; (without verb) (there is) silence; esp. tuṇhī bhavati, is silent.

tādi →

ncped

…(one) who is unaffected, immoveable (so usually commentaries); (possibly) like that buddha; sometimes esp. as an epithet or designation of a/the…

tādin →

ncped

…(one) who is unaffected, immoveable (so usually commentaries); (possibly) like that buddha; sometimes esp. as an epithet or designation of a/the…

tālacchāyā →

ncped

the shade cover of a palm tree?; a measure of length.

tālavatthu →

ncped

…a (previous) palm-tree; or like a palm-tree with its top tuft of leaves cut off; i.e. with no possibility of (re) growth.

tāreti →

ncped

…pr. 3 sg. carries or leads over or across; rescues, saves (from)

tāva →

ncped

…as far as; esp. as correlative of yava(ṃ) (and yāvatā);

  1. yāva … tāva …; a as long as … so long …
  2. yāva na … tāva (na)…

tāvakālikaṃ →

ncped

adverb temporarily.

tāvataka vā →

ncped

(-ikā)n. however many (with yāvataka—yāvataka va tāvataka vā)

tāvatā →

ncped

by (only) so much; for so long; to such an extent; as correlative of yāvata (and yāva):

tīra →

ncped

shore; riverbank.

ubbhajānumaṇḍala →

ncped

above the kneecap; what is above the kneecap

ubbhajānumaṇḍalaṃ →

ncped

above the kneecap

ubbhajānumaṇḍalikā →

ncped

allowing contact above the kneecap

ubbhakkhaka →

ncped

what is above the collarbone

ubbhata →

ncped

lifted up; taken out; removed.

ubbhaṃ →

ncped

upwards; in height; above.

ubbāhapeti →

ncped

causes to carry; has (the harvest) gathered

ubbāhāpeti →

ncped

causes to carry; has (the harvest) gathered

ubhayaṃsabhāvita →

ncped

developed in both parts; practiced for both aspects or objects; (ubhayaṃsa)

uccā →

ncped

on high; above; upwards.

uccākaṇerukā →

ncped

type of female elephant (with defective tusks?)

udadhi →

ncped

‘what holds water, water-receptacle’, river; sea, ocean.

udaggudagga →

ncped

very joyful

udakacara →

ncped

one) who moves or lives in water; an aquatic creature

udakecara →

ncped

who moves or lives in water; an aquatic creature.

udakupasaṭṭhā →

ncped

let go, handed over (in marriage) with (the pouring of) water

udakupassaṭṭhā →

ncped

let go, handed over (in marriage) with (the pouring of) water

udaravadehakaṃ →

ncped

so as to make the belly big, so as to overfill the stomach

uddalomi →

ncped

(or m.) (a bed with) a kind of rug or covering.

uddalomin →

ncped

(or m.) (a bed with) a kind of rug or covering.

uddalomī →

ncped

(or m.) (a bed with) a kind of rug or covering.

uddha →

ncped

upwards; in height; upstream; above; further (to, abl); beyond (either into the past or into the future); after (+ abl.).

uddhacca →

ncped

over-excitement; agitation, flurry, distraction.

uddhaccakukkucca →

ncped

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

uddhagga →

ncped

  1. with the point or end upwards.
  2. pointing upwards; aiming upwards (to a heavenly world)

uddhana →

ncped

fireplace, hearth; oven; a furnace, a crucible.

uddharati →

ncped

draws out, pulls out, extracts; rescues; picks out, separates, selects; cites; removes, puts away; digs up; pulls up, elevates, raises.

uddhasta →

ncped

uddhasta1

mfn. risen; flaring up.

uddhasta2

mfn. covered (with); smothered.

uddhasudha →

ncped

or ~ā, feminine with a covering of plaster; or covering plaster

uddhata →

ncped

…raised; puffed up; overstimulated; agitated, over-excited; flurried

uddhata2

mfn.

  1. risen, elevated high.
  2. also could…

uddhaṃ →

ncped

upwards; in height; upstream; above; further (to, abl); beyond (either into the past or into the future); after (+ abl.).

uddhaṃsota →

ncped

whose stream flows upwards (to the Akaniṭṭha heaven)

uddhaṭa →

ncped

…selected;…

uddisāpeti →

ncped

makes expound, receives instruction; makes assign; makes designate

uddāna →

ncped

summary, a list of names or titles (in verse); a list of subjects (given at the end of a vagga).

udāhu →

ncped

(an interrogative particle, introducing the second part of a double question or the third part of a triple question): or.

udājita →

ncped

driven out; scared (away); disciplined, trained.

udāna →

ncped

…inspired utterance (often in verse). 2. (n.) the name of one of the nine categories (aṅgas) of the scriptures; one of the collections making up…

uggahitapaṭiggahitaka →

ncped

received formally after being picked up or taken (by oneself

ugghaṭeti →

ncped

opens, unlocks; unveils, reveals

ugghātita →

ncped

elated; stirred up, overexcited; puffed-up, swollen (?)

ugghāṭeti →

ncped

opens, unlocks; unveils, reveals

ugghāṭita →

ncped

elated; stirred up, overexcited; puffed-up, swollen (?)

ugghāṭitaññu →

ncped

understanding what is revealed; understanding what is (merely) unveiled, taught briefly; of very swift understanding

ujjahati →

ncped

abandons, gives up.

ujjhati →

ncped

ujjhati1

pr. 3 sg. abandons, leaves off; lets go, discharges; casts out, removes.

ujjhati2

pr. 3 sg.

ukkamma →

ncped

having gone out of, gone away (from); gone over, omitted, neglected.

ukkapiṇḍaka →

ncped

’finding food in a house ’, perhaps a house-lizard, or vermin generally

ukkaṇṭhati →

ncped

earns (for); sorrows over; frets; loses heart; is discontented (with, instr. or loc), is unhappy (esp. of a bhikkhu, longing to return to a secular…

ukkhittapaligha →

ncped

“with crossbar raised”, with obstacles removed

ukkujja →

ncped

‘with the (hollow side of the) curve upward, concave’; set upright, being the right way up.

ukkūlavikūla →

ncped

rising and descending; high and low; uneven.

ullapana →

ncped

flattering; deceptive.

ullapati →

ncped

speaks out, utters aloud; talks up, speaks in exaggerated or deceptive terms; flatters, coaxes; boasts.

ulloka →

ncped

  1. an awning; a ceiling of cloth.
  2. a cloth stretched over a bedstead (below the mattress).

ullumpati →

ncped

draws out or up; rescues, saves.

ummujjati →

ncped

…of).

ummujjati2

pr. 3 sg. has an idea, conceives (a thought); considers.

ummī →

ncped

a wave, a billow; a ripple.

unnāmaninnāmi →

ncped

rising and sinking; uneven

unnāmaninnāmin →

ncped

rising and sinking; uneven

unnāmininnāmi →

ncped

rising and sinking; uneven

unnāmininnāmin →

ncped

rising and sinking; uneven

upabbajati →

ncped

goes towards, approaches; visits; becomes involved with.

upacarati →

ncped

approaches; serves, attends; treats carefully, honors; uses figuratively.

upadahati →

ncped

places upon; lays down, imposes; gives in addition, hands over; places under oneself, lies down upon

upadahita →

ncped

laid upon; handed over; supplied

upadduta →

ncped

(some times written as upaddūta) oppressed; tyrannized over; assailed; visited by calamities.

upaddūta →

ncped

oppressed; tyrannized over; assailed; visited by calamities

upadheti →

ncped

places upon; lays down, imposes; gives in addition, hands over; places under oneself, lies down upon

upadhārayati →

ncped

considers, reflects on; holds in the mind, pays attention to; holds, considers as; looks for, investigates, finds out

upadhāreti →

ncped

considers, reflects on; holds in the mind, pays attention to; holds, considers as; looks for, investigates, finds out

upadhāya →

ncped

places upon; lays down, imposes; gives in addition, hands over; places under oneself, lies down upon

upagacchati →

ncped

approaches, reaches, arrives at; enters any state, enters upon; participates in, undergoes; makes choice of, holds to; admits, regards (as).

upagata →

ncped

having approached, having arrived, having reached; having gone to, entered upon; undergoing; holding to

upagā →

ncped

approached; arrived at;

upajānāti →

ncped

finds out (for oneself), ascertains; invents; knows by personal experience (+ acc. or gen.); (first) teaches.

upajīvati →

ncped

lives upon, supports oneself by, makes a living from (+ acc.; occasionally + instr.); is dependent on, serves; makes use of.

upakappati →

ncped

is fit for, is ready at hand; serves, is a benefit (to, gen./dat.).

upakkitaka →

ncped

one who is bought; a purchased (slave)

upakkītaka →

ncped

one who is bought; a purchased (slave)

upakāsiṃ →

ncped

assisted, helped; served; fostered, took care of.

upakītaka →

ncped

one who is bought; a purchased (slave)

upakūlita →

ncped

burnt, scorched; shriveled

upakūḷita →

ncped

burnt, scorched; shriveled

upalabbhati →

ncped

is found, exists; is perceived; is ascertained

upalabbhiyati →

ncped

is found, exists; is perceived; is ascertained; (upalabbhati)

upalabhiyati →

ncped

is found, exists; is perceived; is ascertained; (upalabbhati)

upalāpana →

ncped

persuading (to friendship), winning over (with gifts).

upalāpeti →

ncped

treats with kindness, makes friendly overtures; wins over; persuades to friendship.

upanijjhāyati →

ncped

observes closely; looks at or thinks of lustfully; thinks of, reflects on.

upanijjhāyita →

ncped

observed, thought of

upanijjhāyitabba →

ncped

observed, thought of

upaparikkhati →

ncped

a_ investigates; examines.

uparata →

ncped

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

upari →

ncped

…upstream; further, in addition; afterwards, later (in a text). 2. (prep, or postp.)over, above; upon, on (+ gen. or loc.; occasionally + abl.;…

uparima →

ncped

being above, upper, higher; later, following.

uparito →

ncped

  1. (adv.) upwards, above, over, on top; from above.
  2. (prep, or postp.) over, above (+ gen. or abl.).

uparivehāsakutī →

ncped

hut with its top story open to the air (?)

uparūpari →

ncped

more and more; higher and higher; over, on top of; right above

upasampajjati →

ncped

obtains; is ordained, is received into the saṅgha; obtains the upasampadā ordination.

upasampādayati →

ncped

ordains, receives into the saṅgha (with the upasampadā ordination)

upasampādeti →

ncped

ordains, receives into the saṅgha (with the upasampadā ordination)

upasampādita →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) given ordination, ordained (with the upasampadā ordination).
  2. (n.) ordaining

upassutiṃ →

ncped

within earshot; so as to listen or overhear.

upatiṭṭhati →

ncped

…oneself by; presents oneself; is present, appears; stands near in order to serve, serves, attends (+ acc., occasionally + dat./gen.); tends;…

upavasati →

ncped

lives in a state of abstinence, observes (a fast or (the duties of) an uposatha day).

upavicarati →

ncped

ranges over (mentally), considers, occupies oneself with.

upavicāra →

ncped

ranging over (mentally); preoccupation.

upavuttha →

ncped

  1. (act.) having fasted; having observed.
  2. (pass.) observed, kept

upavutthuposatha →

ncped

who has observed the uposatha day

upaya →

ncped

  1. (m.) going near to, involvement.
  2. (mfn.) going to be; being involved.

upayupādāna →

ncped

involvement and holding on to

upayūpādāna →

ncped

involvement and holding on to

upaññāta →

ncped

found out (for oneself); invented; known; instituted; (first) taught

upaṭṭhahati →

ncped

…oneself by; presents oneself; is present, appears; stands near in order to serve, serves, attends (+ acc., occasionally + dat./gen.); tends;…

upaṭṭhaheti →

ncped

…oneself by; presents oneself; is present, appears; stands near in order to serve, serves, attends (+ acc., occasionally + dat./gen.); tends;…

upaṭṭhapana →

ncped

producing, bringing about; arranging attendance; having (someone) served or cared for

upaṭṭhapayati →

ncped

brings near, provides; procures, fetches; makes serve or attend, employs; causes to appear, brings about

upaṭṭhapeti →

ncped

brings near, provides; procures, fetches; makes serve or attend, employs; causes to appear, brings about

upaṭṭhenta →

ncped

…oneself by; presents oneself; is present, appears; stands near in order to serve, serves, attends (+ acc., occasionally + dat./gen.); tends;…

upaṭṭheti →

ncped

…oneself by; presents oneself; is present, appears; stands near in order to serve, serves, attends (+ acc., occasionally + dat./gen.); tends;…

upaṭṭhita →

ncped

  1. (act.) come near, approached; arrived, present, at hand; serving, attending; dedicated.
  2. (pass.) served, attended

upaṭṭhāka →

ncped

(~ī)n. & m. feminine

  1. (mfn.) serving, attending, supporting.
  2. (m.f.) one who serves or supports; a personal attendant; a nurse.

upaṭṭhāpana →

ncped

producing, bringing about; arranging attendance; having (someone) served or cared for

upaṭṭhāpayati →

ncped

brings near, provides; procures, fetches; makes serve or attend, employs; causes to appear, brings about

upaṭṭhāpeta →

ncped

one who causes (someone) to serve; attend.

upaṭṭhāpetar →

ncped

one who causes (someone) to serve; attend.

upaṭṭhāpeti →

ncped

brings near, provides; procures, fetches; makes serve or attend, employs; causes to appear, brings about

upaṭṭhāti →

ncped

…oneself by; presents oneself; is present, appears; stands near in order to serve, serves, attends (+ acc., occasionally + dat./gen.); tends;…

upekkhaka →

ncped

disinterested, unaffected, uninvolved.

upekkhati →

ncped

looks on (without involvement or reaction or action); is disinterested, unaffected.

upekkhā →

ncped

disinterestedness, unaffectedness (one of the brahmavihāras q.v.); lack of involvement or reaction.

upeti →

ncped

approaches, comes or goes to, arrives at, reaches; enters into (a state), undergoes.

uposatha →

ncped

…undertake to observe eight abstinence and on which they listen to teaching on the dhamma (usually the day preceding the nights of the new…

uposathaṅga →

ncped

one of the eight abstinence (observed by the lay-followers on an uposatha day)

uppaṇḍu →

ncped

very yellowish; very pale.

uppāda →

ncped

…an unusual or startling event, taken as a portent; theinterpretation of portents

uppāda2

masculine coming into being, appearance;…

uppāta →

ncped

an unusual or startling event, taken as a portent; the interpretation of portents

upādinna →

ncped

…used. 2. evolved, derived, esp. evolved by the influence of previous kamma (usually explained by commentaries as meaning (1) animate. 3. not…

upādiyati →

ncped

appropriates to oneself, takes as one’s own, adopts; lays hold of, grasps; uses; takes as material source, derives, evolves (from).

upādiṇṇa →

ncped

…used. 2. evolved, derived, esp. evolved by the influence of previous kamma (usually explained by commentaries as meaning 1.); animate. 3. not…

upādānakkhandha →

ncped

one of the five groups of the elements of existence connected with grasping (as cause or object) (and being material support or fuel)

upādāya →

ncped

…support or cause; being evolved or deriving (from, gen.). 2. (postp., + acc. or gen.), with, out of because of; with reference to, in respect of;…

upāgata →

ncped

who has approached; arrived at; entered into (a state or condition).

upāgā →

ncped

approached; arrived at;

upārambha →

ncped

reproof, criticism, faultfinding; argumentative challenge.

upārambhānisaṃsa →

ncped

useful for argumentative challenge, thinking it useful for argumentative challenge

upāsati →

ncped

sits near, stays near; waits upon, serves, is devoted to; approaches; approaches respectfully.

upāsita →

ncped

served, honored

upāsitar →

ncped

(from upāsati) one who serves, who honors.

upātidhāvati →

ncped

runs beyond, rushes over.

upātigā →

ncped

go past, pass by; go beyond, escape from; overcome.

upātivattati →

ncped

goes beyond; escapes from; transgresses; oversteps.

upāvisi →

ncped

useful for argumentative.

upāvisiṃ →

ncped

challenge, thinking it useful for argumentative.

upāya →

ncped

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

upāyupādāna →

ncped

involvement and holding on to

upāyūpādāna →

ncped

involvement and holding on to

ussada →

ncped

…oneself. 2. mound (of flesh), thickness. 3. swelling. 4. abundance, prevalence, preponderance. 5. over-abundance, excess. 6. a supplementary…

ussadaka →

ncped

bubbling up; overflowing (?).

ussakkati →

ncped

moves up, rises; moves forward, advance; progress

ussanna →

ncped

…elevated; piled up, accumulated; plentiful, abundant, prevalent; over plentiful, abundant to excess; predominant; obtruding

ussayavādikā →

ncped

contentious or violent in speech; argumentative, seeking litigation.

ussaṅki →

ncped

fearful, apprehensive; distrustful.

ussaṅkin →

ncped

fearful, apprehensive; distrustful.

usseneti →

ncped

forms an association (with); is involved

ussineti →

ncped

forms an association (with); is involved

ussoḷhi →

ncped

persevering exertion; great energy.

ussuka →

ncped

busy, zealously active; striving, eager (for); repining (for).

ussukkati →

ncped

moves up, rises; moves forward, advance; progress

ussussati →

ncped

3 g. dries up; shrivels up.

ussādiyati →

ncped

  1. is too plentiful.
  2. is removed

ussāha →

ncped

perseverance, continuous exertion; fortitude; resolution.

ussāhita →

ncped

moved to action; encouraged; instigated

ussārayati →

ncped

  1. expels; sends away, dismisses.
  2. raises, lifts; moves

ussāreti →

ncped

  1. expels; sends away, dismisses.
  2. raises, lifts; moves

ussārita →

ncped

raised, lifted; moved

usuyyati →

ncped

is discontented, resentful (at the merits or achievements of another); is jealous, is envious (of usually gen./dat.)

usuyyā →

ncped

discontent (at the merits or achievements of another); envy, jealousy

usūyati →

ncped

is discontented, resentful (at the merits or achievements of another); is jealous, is envious (of usually gen./dat.)

usūyā →

ncped

discontent (at the merits or achievements of another); envy, jealousy

utrāsi →

ncped

(from uttāsa) fearful, very afraid.

utrāsin →

ncped

(from uttāsa) fearful, very afraid.

uttarasetu →

ncped

bridge or causeway for crossing over.

uttarasuve →

ncped

the day after tomorrow

uttarasve →

ncped

the day after tomorrow

uttarati →

ncped

climbs out, emerges (esp. from water); escapes (from); comes out; boils up, overflows; crosses, passes over (to).

uttaraṇa →

ncped

coming out of; crossing over.

uttarālumpa →

ncped

or n. (?) a contrivance to prevent a pot of dye from boiling over

uttarāḷumpa →

ncped

or n. (?) a contrivance to prevent a pot of dye from boiling over

uttarāḷuva →

ncped

or n. (?) a contrivance to prevent a pot of dye from boiling over

uttiṇa →

ncped

with the straw off, deprived of straw; thatch-less.

uttiṇṇa →

ncped

  1. (pass.) boils over; overflows.
  2. (act.) having climbed out of; having come out; who has crossed; who has escaped

uttiṭṭhapatta →

ncped

bowl for leftovers or containing leftovers.

uttiṭṭhapiṇḍa →

ncped

left over food; food consisting of leavings.

uttiṭṭhati →

ncped

stands up, gets up; springs up, arises; comes forth, appears; rouses oneself, is alert; escapes, moves away; recovers (from sickness)

uttānakuttānaka →

ncped

very clear

uttāra →

ncped

transporting over.

uttārasetu →

ncped

bridge or causeway for transporting over

uttāresi →

ncped

let cross; saved; assisted.

uttāresuṃ →

ncped

they let cross; they saved; they assisted.

uttāsi →

ncped

(from uttāsa) fearful, very afraid.

uttāsin →

ncped

(from uttāsa) fearful, very afraid.

utupariṇāmi →

ncped

development in due season

utupariṇāmin →

ncped

development in due season

utuveramaṇī →

ncped

the end of the menstruation period

uyyuta →

ncped

preserving, active, intent on

uyyutta →

ncped

set out (on a journey or march); exerting oneself, zealously active; in action

uyyuñjati →

ncped

goes away; makes efforts, is active.

uñchapattāgata →

ncped

whatever has come into the bowl by gathering or begging, whatever comes into the alms bowl

uṇhīsa →

ncped

  1. a turban, esp. the turban of a king or prince, one of the five kakudhas.
  2. the coping of a railing; a handrail (of a balustrade).

uṇṇī →

ncped

woolen robe or cloak; (or sheepskin covering?)

uṭṭhahati →

ncped

stands up, gets up; springs up, arises; comes forth, appears; rouses oneself, is alert; escapes, moves away; recovers (from sickness)

uṭṭheti →

ncped

stands up, gets up; springs up, arises; comes forth, appears; rouses oneself, is alert; escapes, moves away; recovers (from sickness)

uṭṭhāhaka →

ncped

(-ikā)n. rising (early); exerting oneself, active.

uṭṭhāyaka →

ncped

(~ā and -ikā)n. rising (early); exerting oneself, active.

vāsaṃ kappeti →

ncped

makes one’s dwelling; lives

yato kutoci →

ncped

from anywhere at all; from somewhere or other; from whichever

ñāti →

ncped

kinsman; a relation; a relative.

ñātikā →

ncped

female relative.

ñāya →

ncped

general or universal rule; a right or fit way; right method; fitness, propriety.

ābhidosika →

ncped

of the previous evening, of last night

ābhidosiya →

ncped

of the previous evening, of last night

ābhindati →

ncped

splits; cleaves.

ācamakumbhī →

ncped

rinsing vessel (holding water)

ācamanakumbhī →

ncped

rinsing vessel (holding water)

ācarati →

ncped

acts, does; behaves; behaves oneself; practices, performs; uses, applies.

ācikkhati →

ncped

tells, gives information about (something, acc., to someone, gen./dat.); declares; makes known; describes; points out; assigns.

ādesanāpāṭihāriya →

ncped

the miracle or marvelous power of indicating (another’s thoughts or state of mind).

ādeti →

ncped

takes, accepts, receives; takes up, undertakes; appropriates; seizes, grasps.

ādeyyavācana →

ncped

whose speech is persuasive or influential.

ādeyyavākyavacana →

ncped

whose speech is persuasive or influential.

ādhipacca →

ncped

(from ādhipati) sovereignty, supremacy; power, control.

ādhipateyya →

ncped

  1. (n.) sovereignty, power; control, controlling influence.
  2. (mfn.) powerful, controlling, sovereign.

ādhipati →

ncped

lord, sovereign.

ādhāra →

ncped

support, prop; a holder, stand; that which contains, a vessel, a receptacle; the subject of discussion.

ādhātuṃ →

ncped

to place on; to fix, to settle; to establish; to accept, receive.

ādhāya →

ncped

having placed on; having fixed, settled; having established; having accepted, received.

ādiyati →

ncped

…3 sg. takes, accepts, receives; takes up, undertakes; appropriates; seizes, grasps.

ādiyati2

pr. 3 sg. attends to, takes notice of;…

ādu →

ncped

or; introducing a second question or the second part of a disjunctive question.

ādāta →

ncped

one who takes, who receives.

ādātar →

ncped

one who takes, who receives.

āgantuka →

ncped

…accessory; incidental adventitious, external. 2. (mfn. and m.f) arriving, coming; a newcomer, a stranger; a traveller, esp. a visiting…

āgata →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) come, arrived, come back; present; having reached, attained; come down, handed down, learnt.
  2. (n.) arrival; coming

āgatāgata →

ncped

whenever he (she, it) comes; whoever comes

āgāḷha →

ncped

strong, severe; harsh, hard.

āharati →

ncped

  1. brings, fetches, conveys; takes, collects; uses.
  2. satthaṃ ~ati, ~eti, takes the knife, kills oneself

āhareti →

ncped

  1. brings, fetches, conveys; takes, collects; uses.
  2. satthaṃ ~ati, ~eti, takes the knife, kills oneself

āhata →

ncped

brought; conveyed; related, cited

āhaṭa →

ncped

brought; conveyed; related, cited

ājānāti →

ncped

understands; perceives

ājīva →

ncped

livelihood; way of living; means of subsistence.

ājīvati →

ncped

make a living; lives by.

ājīvikabhaya →

ncped

danger to one’s livelihood; fear concerning livelihood

ājīvikābhaya →

ncped

danger to one’s livelihood; fear concerning livelihood

ākirati →

ncped

sprinkles, scatters over; pours (into, loc), heaps up (in); dispenses.

ākiṇṇa →

ncped

poured (into), heaped up (in); overspread, filled, crowded; surrounded, being in a crowd; disordered, unrestrained, impure

ākiṇṇaludda →

ncped

rough and fierce; very fierce

ākāra →

ncped

…detailing;…

ālapana →

ncped

address, addressing, speaking to; (the sense of) the vocative case.

ālaya →

ncped

…nest, lair; house, hall, shelter; repository. 2. the wish or intention to have or keep or to settle; clinging; longing, desire, attachment;…

ālinda →

ncped

terrace or verandah (esp. in front of the door of a house or dwelling); a surrounding platform or ledge

āmakamatta →

ncped

or neuter unbaked, still unbaked; or an unbaked pot or vessel.

āmantayati →

ncped

summons; addresses, speaks to; informs, consults; takes leave of

āmanteti →

ncped

summons; addresses, speaks to; informs, consults; takes leave of

āmantāpetvā →

ncped

making summon; making speak to, address; making take leave of.

āneñja →

ncped

…or n. in apposition?) unmoved; not to be stirred; imperturbable (often applied both to determinative actions leading to existence in…

āneñjabhisaṅkhāra →

ncped

an accumulation of motive force, impetus, for arūpa states

ānupubbikathā →

ncped

an exposition or narrative in a regular order; an account of previous events; a progressive or gradual sermon; instruction step by step.

āpagā →

ncped

river, a stream.

āpucchati →

ncped

asks; asks permission, asks leave (for); takes leave (of); bids farewell (to).

āpucchita →

ncped

having taken leave; having asked for permission; (n.) asking permission, taking leave

āpātha →

ncped

or neuter ‘area over which one moves’, region, sphere, range; field of perception.

āraddha →

ncped

…accomplished, achieved; pleased; satisfied.

ārakkhat →

ncped

guarding, keeping watch over, preserving.

āramati →

ncped

ceases, stops; leaves off; keeps away (from).

ārati →

ncped

abstinence; keeping away from; aversion.

āraññaka →

ncped

…in the wild; wild; who has undertaken the dhutaṅga of living in the wild. 2. (m.) one who lives in the forest; a bhikkhu living in the wild,…

āraññika →

ncped

…in the wild; wild; who has undertaken the dhutaṅga of living in the wild. 2. (m.) one who lives in the forest; a bhikkhu living in the wild,…

ārādhana →

ncped

conciliating, winning over; accomplishment; success.

ārādhanīya →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) to be fulfilled, to be achieved.
  2. (n.) what is to be accomplished; success, approval

ārādhayati →

ncped

wins the favor or approval of, conciliates, propitiates; honors, satisfies; accomplishes, fulfills, carries to a successful end; achieves, gains

ārādheti →

ncped

wins the favor or approval of, conciliates, propitiates; honors, satisfies; accomplishes, fulfills, carries to a successful end; achieves, gains

ārāma →

ncped

pleasure-grove, a garden, a park, esp. one given for the benefit of bhikkhus (and containing shelters or dwellings).

ārāmarāmaṇeyyaka →

ncped

the loveliness of parks; a beautiful park

āsava →

ncped

…of things, and so, in themselves and through the actions they motivate, bring about further existence; their ending or destruction is in fact…

āsiñcati →

ncped

pours on or into; showers over; be-sprinkles, wets.

āsādana →

ncped

insult, offensiveness.

āsādanapekkha →

ncped

looking to insult, aiming to be offensive

āsādayati →

ncped

meets, encounters, reaches; approaches with (physical or verbal) violence; strikes against, hits; offends, insults

āsādeti →

ncped

meets, encounters, reaches; approaches with (physical or verbal) violence; strikes against, hits; offends, insults

āsāṭikā →

ncped

the egg of a fly or other insect; a nit; vermin.

āsīdati →

ncped

approaches; meets with, encounters; approaches with (physical or verbal) violence; strikes against, hits; offends, insults.

āsīna →

ncped

encounters; approaches with (physical or verbal)

āthabbana →

ncped

or neuter (what belongs to) the Atharva-veda; a spell or a charm from the Atharva-veda

āthabbaṇa →

ncped

or neuter (what belongs to) the Atharva-veda; a spell or a charm from the Atharva-veda

āvajjati →

ncped

  1. tilts, tips up (to pour out); tips over.
  2. turns (one’s mind) to, gives one’s attention to; ponders over, thinks about

āvajjayati →

ncped

  1. tilts, tips up (to pour out); tips over.
  2. turns (one’s mind) to, gives one’s attention to; ponders over, thinks about

āvajjeti →

ncped

  1. tilts, tips up (to pour out); tips over.
  2. turns (one’s mind) to, gives one’s attention to; ponders over, thinks about

āvarati →

ncped

covers; shuts; obstructs

āvaraṇa →

ncped

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

āvaraṇīya →

ncped

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

āvasati →

ncped

lives in, lives on; inhabits; dwells.

āvatta →

ncped

…round; turning back; whirlpool, eddy

āvatta2

pp mfn.

  1. turned, converted; enticed, seduced.
  2. having returned; turned back…

āvatteti →

ncped

turns, turns back; diverts, directs; converts; seduces

āvaṭa →

ncped

covered, encompassed; obstructed; shut, shut off

āvaṭṭa →

ncped

…round; turning back; whirlpool, eddy

āvaṭṭa2

pp mfn.

  1. turned, converted; enticed, seduced.
  2. having returned; turned back…

āvaṭṭanī →

ncped

turning, seducing; a seductress; a seductive sorcery.

āvaṭṭeti →

ncped

turns, turns back; diverts, directs; converts; seduces

āvelā →

ncped

garland worn on the head or ears, a chaplet.

āveni →

ncped

or mfn. separately, apart; or not united, separate

āvenika →

ncped

not united, not mingled together (as is a plait of hair or the confluence of rivers); separate; specific, particular

āveniya →

ncped

not united, not mingled together (as is a plait of hair or the confluence of rivers); separate; specific, particular

āvesana →

ncped

  1. a workshop.
  2. making enter, putting in.

āvesanavitthaka →

ncped

small bowl for keeping sewing utensils

āveṇi →

ncped

or mfn. separately, apart; or not united, separate

āveṇibhāva →

ncped

separateness, distinction; schism

āveṇika →

ncped

not united, not mingled together (as is a plait of hair or the confluence of rivers); separate; specific, particular

āveṇiya →

ncped

not united, not mingled together (as is a plait of hair or the confluence of rivers); separate; specific, particular

āveṇiṃ →

ncped

or mfn. separately, apart; or not united, separate

āvijjhati →

ncped

swings, whirls round; makes revolve; stirs.

āvikaroti →

ncped

makes manifest; reveals, discloses; displays.

āvikata →

ncped

revealed, disclosed; made manifest

āvikatta →

ncped

one who makes manifest, who reveals, discloses

āvikattar →

ncped

one who makes manifest, who reveals, discloses

āvuta →

ncped

āvuta1

pp mfn. covered, encompassed; obstructed; shut, shut off

āvuta2

pp mfn. threaded through; inserted

āvuttha →

ncped

lived in, inhabited

āvuṇoti →

ncped

covers; shuts; obstructs

āvuṇāti →

ncped

covers; shuts; obstructs

āvuṭa →

ncped

covered, encompassed; obstructed; shut, shut off

āvāhavivāhaka →

ncped

one who has a son or daughter to give in marriage

āvāpaka →

ncped

vessel, a container.

āvāsakappa →

ncped

residence practice (the practice of several residences holding separate uposathas within the same boundary)

āya →

ncped

coming in, arrival, source; inlet, entrance; income, revenue; profit.

āyamukha →

ncped

way of entrance; an inlet (for water); a source (of gain or revenue)

āyasma →

ncped

long-lived, venerable; a venerable person (an honorific and respectful title of a bhikkhu).

āyasmat →

ncped

long-lived, venerable; a venerable person (an honorific and respectful title of a bhikkhu).

āyatagga →

ncped

or neuter extensive and best; or best for the future, the most excellent thing for the future; or best of sources

āyuva →

ncped

long lived

āyuvat →

ncped

long lived

āññāti →

ncped

understands; perceives

āḷinda →

ncped

terrace or verandah (esp. in front of the door of a house or dwelling); a surrounding platform or ledge

āṇatti →

ncped

order, command; (the sense of) the imperative mood.

āṇāpaka →

ncped

one who gives an order; one who passes on an order.

āṇāpayati →

ncped

commands, gives an order (to); orders

āṇāpeti →

ncped

commands, gives an order (to); orders

ūhanati →

ncped

…,…

ūhata →

ncped

ūhata1

pp mfn. soiled (with excrement)

ūhata2

pp mfn. removed; raised; elevated, high

ūhata3

pp mfn. hit; afflicted; distressed

ūmi →

ncped

a wave, a billow; a ripple.

ūmighāta →

ncped

the creation of ripples, beating up a wave

ūmijāta →

ncped

covered in ripples, disturbed

ūmī →

ncped

a wave, a billow; a ripple.

ḍāha →

ncped

burning; fever; heat.

ḍāka →

ncped

potherb, a green vegetable.

ṭhapayitvā →

ncped

of ṭhapeti stopping; setting aside; leaving out; except; save for

ṭhapeti →

ncped

…lays down. 2. causes to stand still, to stop; places aside, saves, puts by; sets aside; suspends.

ṭhapetvā →

ncped

…setting aside; leaving out; except; save for

ṭhitibhāgiya →

ncped

conducive to, connected with, continuance.

ṭhānaso →

ncped

adverb

  1. on the spot; at once; in a moment.
  2. as to the cause.

abhibhāyatana →

nyana

…externally, blue (cobalt, yves-klein, flax, clear & pure) forms, forms of blue color, blue appearance, blue lustre, and mastering these one…

abhijjhā →

nyana

Abhijjhā: ‘covetousness=greediness=acquisitiveness=jealousy & envy’ is a synonym of lobha and tanhā see: mūla and is the 8th link of the…

abhisamaya →

nyana

…by ‘penetration’ pativedha. Frequently occurring as dhammābhisamaya ‘realization of the doctrine’ se e: XIII ābhisamaya - samyutta

abhisamācārika-sīla →

nyana

…the 8 ending with right livelihood i.e. 4-fold right speech, 3-fold right action and right livelihood, as in the 8-fold path Vis.M I; see:…

abhiññā →

nyana

…fermentation āsavakkhaya even in this very life he enters into the possession of liberation of mind, liberation through understanding, after…

acinteyya →

nyana

vipāka, and speculation over the world loka - cintā, especially over an absolute first beginning of it, and whether it is infinite in…

adhimokkha →

nyana

…decision, resolve: is one of the mental properties cetasika and belongs to the group of mental constructions sankhāra -…

adhipati-paccaya →

nyana

…’ Predominance-condition ’ is one of the 24 conditions paccaya, if developed, it is considered as the fourfold road to force…

adhitthāna →

nyana

…resolution, resolve in: adhitthāna - iddhi magical power of determination’ see: iddhi, adhitthāna - pāramī perfection of…

adukkha-m-asukhā vedanā →

nyana

…vedanā]]Adukkha-m-asukhā vedanā:** ‘feeling which is neither painful nor pleasant’, i.e. neutral or indifferent feeling; see: vedanā -…

advertence →

nyana

Advertence: Directing of mind to the object: āvajjana is one of the functions of consciousness viññāna-kicca. Cf. manasikāra

ahosi-kamma →

nyana

Ahosi-kamma: ‘ineffective kamma’; see: kamma.

akanittha →

nyana

…Ones’, i.e. ‘Highest Gods’, are the inhabitants of the 5th and highest heaven of the Pure Abodes suddhāvāsa, cf. avacara deva II…

akiriya-ditthi →

nyana

…view or opinion of the inefficacy of action: That neither moral good nor moral evil action have any delayed consequences for anyone. This wrong…

akuppa-dhamma →

nyana

…has attained full mastery over the absorptions jhāna. In Pug. 4 it is said: What person is unshakable? If a person gains the meditative…

akusala →

nyana

…confusion moha or derivatives thereof. All these mental states are causing disadvantageous kamma-results and contain the initiating seeds of…

akusala-sādhārana-cetasika →

nyana

…Universal, general or primary disadvantageous mental properties associated with all disadvantageous intentions: These are…

akusala-vitakka →

nyana

…In M. 20, five methods of overcoming them are given: by changing the object, thinking of the evil results, paying no attention to them, analyzing…

amata →

nyana

…from the wheel of rebirths samsāra, and therefore also from the ever-repeated deaths, since the unborn cannot die…

anabhijjhā →

nyana

Anabhijjhā: F reedom from covetousness, jealously and envy = unselfishness; see: kamma-patha II. 8.

anattā →

nyana

The path is, but no traveler is seen.

Whosoever does not understand the origin of conditionally arisen phenomena, and does not…

anattānupassanā →

nyana

Anattānupassanā: C ontemplation of no-self is one of the 18 chief kinds of insight see: vipassanā. See also above.

anger →

nyana

Anger: D iluted derivative of Hate, which is a root condition; see: mūla

anicca →

nyana

…stated in terms of the five aggregates or clusters khandha, the twelve internal and external sense sources āyatana. Only Nibbāna, which…

anicca-saññā →

nyana

…with a faithful heart observes the rules of morality, or develops a mind full of loving-kindness, far more advantageous is it if one cultivates…

aniccānupassanā →

nyana

Aniccānupassanā: C ontemplation of impermanence, is one of the 18 chief kinds of insight development see: vipassanā.

anupassanā →

nyana

…fading away of lust, one leaves behind greed.
6: Causing ceasing, one leaves behind creating.
7: Relinquishing, one leaves behind clinging. …

anupubba-nirodha →

nyana

…and discursive thinking vitakka - vicāra are extinguished. Having entered the 3rd absorption, joy pīti is extinguished….

anupubba-vihāra →

nyana

…the 9 ‘successive abodes’, are identical with the 9 anupubba-nirodha see: above. In A. IX, 33 they are called successive attainments…

anusaya →

nyana

…existence. Thereafter it gives an explanation concerning their overcoming, their penetration, etc. Cf. Guide VI vii. According to Kath. several…

anussati →

nyana

…to come and see for themselves, inspect, examine and verify. Leading each and everyone through progress towards perfection. Directly observable,…

anāgāmī →

nyana

…after vanishing from the heaven of the Aviha-gods see: suddhāvāsa, he appears in the heaven of the unworried atappa gods. After vanishing…

aparihāna-dhamma →

nyana

…called, i.e. all those who have attained any of the 4 noble paths to Nobility see: ariya-puggala. With regard to the absorptions jhāna, anyone…

aparihāniya-dhamma →

nyana

…16. They are followed by five sets of 7, and one set of 6 conditions, conducive to the welfare of the Community of Bhikkhus, the Sangha. Identical…

aparāpariya-vedanīya-kamma →

nyana

Aparāpariya-vedanīya-kamma: ‘kamma bearing fruits in later births’; see: kamma.

appamāda →

nyana

…Alertness, attentiveness, carefulness, non-laxity, earnestness, diligence, vigilance, is considered as the foundation of all…

ariya-puggala →

nyana

…he reaches already in this very life the deliverance of mind, the deliverance through understanding, which is free from fermentations, and which…

asankhāra-parinibbāyī →

nyana

Asankhāra-parinibbāyī: The one reaching Nibbāna without effort, is one of the five classes of Non-Returners anāgāmī

asañña-satta →

nyana

…ones. As soon, however, as in those beings consciousness arises, those beings will vanish from that world. Now, Bhikkhus, it may happen…

asmi-māna →

nyana

…Stream-Entry sotāpatti. Even when the five lower mental chains have vanished in a Noble Disciple, there is still in him, with regard to the five…

association →

nyana

…impurity is an effective antidote against the hindrance of sense-desire see: nīvarana and the mental distortion vipallāsa, which sees…

assāsa-passāsa →

nyana

…and vicāra are called verbal constructions vacī-sankhāra, see: sankhāra 2. In-and-out-breathing forms one of the 6 aspects of the…

atappa →

nyana

…is the name of a class of deities see: deva inhabiting the first of the five Pure Abodes suddhāvāsa, in which the Anāgāmī has his…

atta-saññā →

nyana

Atta-saññā: Atta- citta & atta- ditthi: perception, thought, & view of an ego, self or soul is one of the 4 perversions vipallāsa.

attentiveness →

nyana

Attentiveness: Attention, awareness or mindfulness; see: sati satipatthāna.

attā →

nyana

…is in Buddhism a mere conventional expression vohāradesanā, and not a designation for anything really existing; see: *paramattha-desanā,…

avacara →

nyana

…things are of the sense-level kāmāvacara? Whatever things exist within the interval bounded beneath by the Avīci hell and above by the…

aversion →

nyana

Aversion: Towards all existence, contemplation of: see: vipassanā 4.

aviha →

nyana

…Non-falling, immovable yet derivation is uncertain; Sanskrit avrha is one of the five Pure Abodes suddhāvāsa in the fine-material…

avihimsā →

nyana

…path see: magga. In the several lists of elements dhātu appears also an element of harmlessness avihesā - dhātu, in the sense of an…

avijjā →

nyana

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 immanent in them…

aññā →

nyana

…see: indriya, however, is present in six of the eight stages of Nobility, that is, beginning with the fruition of Stream-Winning…

bala →

nyana

…to the aforementioned five Several other groups of 2 see: patisankhāna-bala, 4, 5 and more powers are mentioned in the texts. - About the…

beauty →

nyana

Beauty: deliverance through the perception of: cf. vimokkha II. 3 To hold for beautiful or pure subha what is impure asubha, is one of the…

bhava →

nyana

…i.e. the kammically passive side of existence consisting in the arising and developing of the kamma-produced and therefore morally neutral…

bhavanga-sota →

nyana

…like the flow of a river, rises in the same way again and again, even during dreamless sleep and at other times. In this way one has to…

bhikkhu →

nyana

…he is bound by his rules which he takes of his own accord. He leads a life of voluntary poverty and celibacy. If he is unable to live the Noble…

bhojane mattaññutā →

nyana

…for Nanda to lead the absolutely pure life of Nobility, if he did not watch over his senses and did not know the measure in eating? A. VII, 9.

bhāvanā-maya-paññā →

nyana

Bhāvanā-maya-paññā: understanding based on mental development’; see: paññā

bhāvanā →

nyana

…stages of Nobility and deliverance of mind. The Buddha therefore says: May you develop mental concentration, o Bhikkhus; for who is mentally…

bodhi →

nyana

…to it is found in a verse sutta which is probably of a comparatively later period, the Treasure Store Sutta Nidhikkanda Sutta of the…

bodhipakkhiya-dhammā →

nyana

…explanation of them is given in Vis.M XXII. In S. XLVII, 51, 67, only the five spiritual abilities indriya are called bodhipakkhiya -…

bodhisatta →

nyana

…see: deva, the heaven of bliss. Cf. A. IV, 127; VIII, 70.

In the Pāli Canon and commentaries, the designation ‘Bodhisatta’ is given…

bojjhanga →

nyana

…3: Whenever, while wisely investigating his energy is firm and unshaken… at such a time he has gained and is developing the…

brahma-cariya →

nyana

…Also a lay-devotee who observes the 8 moral precepts sikkhāpada, takes as the third precept the vow of chastity, i.e. full abstention from…

brahma-kāyika-deva →

nyana

…inhabit the first 3 heavens of the fine-material world, rūpaloka corresponding to the 1st absorption jhāna. The highest ruler of them…

brahma-loka →

nyana

rūpa - loka and immaterial world arūpa - loka; in a narrower sense, however, only for the first three heavens of the…

brahma-vihāra →

nyana

…the fourth one, just so above, below and all around; and everywhere identifying himself with all, he is pervading the whole world with mind full…

cakka →

nyana

…sovereignty. From that derives the figurative expression dhamma - cakkam pavatteti, he sets rolling the Wheel of the Law’ and the name of…

cause →

nyana

Cause: cf. paccaya 1. - For the five c.: of existence, see: paticca - samuppāda 10.

cetanā →

nyana

…will, is one of the seven mental properties cetasika inseparably bound up with all consciousness, namely sensorial or mental contact…

ceto-vimutti →

nyana

…it is called the ‘void deliverance of mind’ suññatā- *c.*

In a more restricted sense, ‘Infinite deliverance of mind’ is a name for the 4…

citta-kkhana →

nyana

…by a flash of lightning. However that may be, we ourselves know from experience that it is possible within one single second to dream of innumerable…

citta-vipallāsa →

nyana

Citta-vipallāsa: ‘perversion of mind’; see: vipallāsa

cognitive series →

nyana

[[cognitive series]]Cognitive series: see: viññāna-kicca

comprehension →

nyana

sampajañña c. in insight, see: sammasana As an alternative tr. for full understanding, see: pariññā

conditions of existence →

nyana

[[conditions of existence]]Conditions of existence: deliverance from the: see ceto-vimutti vimokkha

contentedness →

nyana

Contentedness: with whatever robe, etc. belongs to the noble usages: ariya-vamsa.

conventional →

nyana

Conventional: expression or truth: see: desanā

counteractive karma →

nyana

[[counteractive karma]]Counteractive kamma: upapīlaka-kamma see: kamma.

covetousness →

nyana

Covetousness: abhijjhā, further see: kamma-patha 1.

emotion →

nyana

Emotion: 8 sources of e.: samvega-vatthu. The 4 places rousing emotion; samvejanīya-tthāna

expression →

nyana

Expression: bodily and verbal: see: viññatti

feeling →

nyana

Feeling: vedanā, further see: khandha - Contemplation of f.: vedanānupassanā see: satipatthāna.

five-group existence →

nyana

[[five-group existence]]Five-group existence: pañca-vokāra-bhava

fivefold sense-door →

nyana

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

gantha →

nyana

…tie kāyagantha of covetousness abhijjhā of ill-will vyāpāda, of clinging to rule and ritual sīlabbata-parāmāsa of dogmatical…

gotrabhū →

nyana

…perceiving Nibbāna, leaves behind the whole multitude of worldlings puthujjana, the family of worldlings, the circle of worldlings, the…

hadaya-vatthu →

nyana

…a fact which seems to have first been discovered by Shwe Zan Aung Compendium of Philosophy, pp. 277ff.. In the Patth. we find repeatedly only…

hetu →

nyana

…first of the 24 conditions given in the introduction to the Patthāna see: Guide, p. 117. The Dhs 1052-1082 and Patthāna Duka-patth; Guide, p….

hāna-bhāgiya-sīla →

nyana

…of the corresponding attentiveness, ‘progress’ visesa with regard to higher excellency, ‘penetration’ nibbedha with regard to the arising of…

iddhi →

nyana

…something not repulsive as repulsive and something repulsive as not repulsive, and remain all the time imperturbable and full of equanimity….

iddhi-pāda →

nyana

…of fermentations, deliverance of mind and deliverance through understanding, free from. fermentations. see: LI, 2. For a detailed explanation…

immediacy →

nyana

Immediacy: an alternative rendering for contiguity-condition, samanatara - paccaya which is one of the 24 conditions paccaya

in-and-out-breathin →

nyana

In-and-out-breathing: watching over: ānāpāna-sati

indifferent feeling →

nyana

[[indifferent feeling]]Indifferent feeling: cf. vedanā upekkhā

indriya →

nyana

…are treated in the above order, whereas see: XLVIII enumerates and explains them by way of the above indicated groups, leaving only 20-22…

indriya-samatta →

nyana

…blind belief, whilst excessive understanding with deficient faith leads to cunning. In the same way, great energy with weak concentration leads to…

inducement →

nyana

Inducement: an alternative rendering for decisive-support condition, upanissaya is one of the 24 conditions paccaya.

ineffective karma →

nyana

[[ineffective karma]]Ineffective kamma: see: kamma.

inoperative consciousness →

nyana

[[inoperative consciousness]]Inoperative consciousness: kammically; see: kiriyacitta.

investigating function →

nyana

[[investigating function]]Investigating function: of consciousness: santīrana see: viññāna-kicca

investigation →

nyana

Investigation: full understanding through: tīranapariññā see: pariññā - ‘Investigation’ vīmamsā is one of the 4 roads to power…

iriyā-patha →

nyana

…lit. ‘ways of movement’: ‘bodily postures’, i.e. going, standing, sitting, lying. In the Satipatthāna-sutta see: satipatthāna they…

janaka-kamma →

nyana

Janaka-kamma: ‘regenerative kamma’; see: kamma.

javana →

nyana

…in its neighbourhood; adaptive anuloma as they adapt themselves to the preceding preparatory states and to the succeeding attainment…

jhāna →

nyana

…the Noble Ones say, ‘Happy lives the man of equanimity and attentive mind’; thus he enters the 3rd absorption.

4;After having given…

jāti →

nyana

…acquiring of their sensitive organs: this is called birth; D. 22. For its conditioning by the prenatal kamma-making kamma-bhava see. bhava

jīva →

nyana

sassata-ditthi.

Verily, if one holds the view that the soul life is identical with the body, in that case a Noble life is not possible;…

materiality →

nyana

Materiality: produced through consciousness, kamma, etc.; see: samutthāna - Sensitive c.: pasāda-rūpa

pabbajjā →

nyana

…family and social ties to live the pure life of a monk, in order to realize the goal of final deliverance pointed out by the Enlightened One. Thus,…

paccavekkhana-suddhi →

nyana

Paccavekkhana-suddhi: ‘purity of reflection’, is a name for wise consideration in using the 4 requisites allowed to the monk, i.e. robes, food,…

paccavekkhana-ñāna →

nyana

…as object. ‘This blessing have I attained’. ‘This and that defilement still remains in me’. ‘This object have I beheld in my mind’, etc.; Vis.M…

paccaya →

nyana

…state of consciousness, however, only one of these 4 phenomena can be predominant at a time.;Whenever such phenomena as consciousness and mental…

pacceka-buddha →

nyana

…his own effort. He has, however, not the capacity to proclaim the Teaching effectively to others, and therefore does not become a ’Teacher of Gods…

pada-parama →

nyana

…the utmost attainment’.;Whoever, though having learned much, speaking much, knowing many things by heart, and discoursing much, has not penetrated…

padhāna →

nyana

…things not yet arisen… to overcome them… to develop advantageous things not yet arisen… to maintain them, and not to let them disappear, but…

pahāna →

nyana

…There are 5 kinds of overcoming: 1 overcoming by repression vikkhambhana-pahāna i.e. the temporary suspension of the 5 hindrances…

pain →

nyana

Pain: feeling of: see: vedanā

palibodha →

nyana

…gifts, pupils, repairs in the monastery, sickness, study, magical power. The latter, however, may become an obstacle only in developing insight…

papañca →

nyana

…two of the texts quoted above, A. IV, 173 and M. 18. - The threefold classification of papañca by way of craving, false views and conceit, is…

paramattha →

nyana

…majority of Sutta texts, however, use the conventional language, as appropriate in a practical or ethical context, because it;would not be right to…

paramī →

nyana

…Jātaka, of which, however, only the verses are regarded as canonical. Apart from the latter, the 10 pāramī are mentioned in only two…

paranimmita-vasavatti-deva →

nyana

…‘divine beings with power over the productions of others’, constitute a class of divine beings in the sense-sphere kāma-loka. Māra is said…

parikamma-samādhi →

nyana

Parikamma-samādhi: ‘preparatory concentration’, is the initial and still undeveloped concentration of mind; see: samādhi

parinibbāna →

nyana

…does not refer exclusively to the ceasing of the 5 groups of existence at the death of the Noble One, though often applied to it. Cf….

pariyatti →

nyana

pariyatti 2 practising it patipatti 3 penetrating it pativedha and realising its goal. App..

pariññā →

nyana

…understanding by overcorning is that insight-understanding which has the above mentioned general characteristics as its objects, and…

pasāda-rūpa →

nyana

Pasāda-rūpa: ‘sensitive materiality’, is a name for the 5 physical sense-organs responding to sense-stimuli. Cf. āyatana

paticcasamuppāda →

nyana

…between three successive lives:

PAST

  1. Ignorance avijjā

  2. kammic-constructions sankhārā

kamma-making…

patigha →

nyana

…see: jhāna 5. Alternative renderings: resistance-perception, reflex-perception

b as patigha - samphassa ’mental contact…

patipadā →

nyana

…excessive greed, excessive hate, excessive confusion, and thereby he often feels pain and sorrow; and also the 5 mental abilities, as faith,…

patipassaddhi-pahāna →

nyana

Patipassaddhi-pahāna: ‘overcoming of defilements by tranquillization’ see: pahāna.

patisambhidā →

nyana

attha In particular, however, 5 things are considered as attha namely: everything dependent on conditions, Nibbāna, the meaning of words,…

patisandhi →

nyana

…stages, then also milk never could turn into curd. And if there were a complete otherness, then curd could never come from milk. If in a…

patisankhāna-bala →

nyana

…is the power of mental development? If, o Bhikkhus, a Bhikkhu develops the factors of enlightenment bojjhanga, bent on solitude, on…

patisankhānupassanā-ñāna →

nyana

…consisting in reflective contemplation

is one of the 9 knowledges constituting the ’purification by knowledge and vision of the path…

pativedha →

nyana

Pativedha: ‘penetration’, signifies the realization of the truth of the Dhamma, as distinguished from the mere acquisition of its wording…

patta-pindik'anga →

nyana

…for eating, and the rejection of any other vessel.

patti-dāna →

nyana

…e.g. A VII, 50, it is, however, a widespread custom in all Buddhist countries. It is presumed that moral merit, especially that acquired through…

pañca-vokāra-bhava →

nyana

…‘five-group existence’, is a name for existence in the sense-sphere kāmāvacara or in the fine-material sphere…

paññā →

nyana

…8-fold path magga to deliverance, is insight vipassanā, i.e. that intuitive knowledge which brings about the 4 stages of Nobility and the…

paññā-vimutti →

nyana

…is said:;A Bhikkhu may not have reached in his own person the 8 liberations = jhāna, but through his understanding the fermentations have come to…

penetration →

nyana

Penetration: s. pativedha pariyatti - For the power of penetrating vipphāra knowledge and concentration, see: iddhi - For morality…

perversions →

nyana

Perversions: the 4: vipallāsa

phassa →

nyana

…and being a potential source of defilements, sense-contact is an important subject for reflective insight contemplation as succinctly formulated…

productive →

nyana

Productive: or regenerative kamma: s. kamma.

progress of the disciple →

nyana

…which he keeps himself alive. Wherever he goes, he is provided with these two things, just as a winged bird in flying carries its wings along…

puggala →

nyana

…sense paramattha, however, there exist only ever-changing physical and mental phenomena, flashing up and dying every moment. - Kath., in…

punabbhava →

nyana

…fettered by craving, find ever fresh delight now here, now there, for this reason there is renewed existence and arising in the future; M. 43. See…

puthujjana →

nyana

…groups, etc.; or he is a ‘noble worldling’ kalyāna - p who has such knowledge and earnestly strives to understand and practise the Teaching….

puñña-kiriya-vatthu →

nyana

…countries: 1-3 as above, 4 reverence apaciti 5 service veyyāvacca 6 transference of merit pattānuppadāna 7 rejoicing in others’…

puñña →

nyana

…3. The Arahats, however, having transcended all life-affirming and rebirth-producing actions, are said to be;beyond merit and…

puññā-dhārā →

nyana

…the conditionless deliverance of mind; further by being filled with unshakable faith in the Buddha, his doctrine and community of disciples,…

pādaka-jjhāna →

nyana

ariya-puggala The foundation for the former is the 4th absorption; for insight, however, any absorption is suitable. For details, see: samatha

pānātipātā veramanī →

nyana

[[pānātipātā veramanī]]Pānātipātā veramanī: ‘abstaining from the killing of living beings’, is the first of the 5 moral rules binding…

pārisuddhi-padhāniyanga →

nyana

…of view ditthi of deliverance vimutti Cf. A. IV, 194. - Another 9 factors are enumerated in D. 34, namely the 7 ’stages of purification…

pārisuddhi-sīla →

nyana

…restraint with regard to the Bhikkhus’ Disciplinary Code, sense restraint, purity of livelihood, morality with regard to the Bhikkhus’ 4…

pātihāriya →

nyana

…to the Buddha: the marvel of magic iddhi - p the marvel of mind-reading ādesanā - p and the marvel of instruction anusāsanī

pīti →

nyana

…in the 2nd absorption. Five degrees of intensity in meditative rapture are described in Vis.M IV. 94ff. It is one of the factors of…

pūjā →

nyana

…degree. But, Ananda, whatsoever Bhikkhu or Bhikkhuni, lay man or lay woman, abides by the Teaching, lives uprightly in the Teaching, walks in the…

tadanga-pahāna →

nyana

Tadanga-pahāna: ‘overcoming by the opposite’, is one of the 5 kinds of overcoming pahāna,.

tanhā →

nyana

…It is that craving which gives rise to ever-fresh rebirth and, bound up with pleasure and lust, now here, now there, finds ever fresh delight. It…

tathatā →

nyana

bhāva of all things whatever. The only passage in the Canon where the word occurs in this sense, is found in Kath. 186 see: Guide, p. 83. On the…

tathāgata →

nyana

…even at lifetime, be discovered, how much less after death, and that neither the 5 groups of existence khandha are to be regarded as the…

tatra-majjhattatā →

nyana

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

te-vijja →

nyana

…means ‘knower of the 3 Vedas’ tri - vidyā in Buddhism means one who has realised 3 kinds of knowledge, to wit: remembrance of former…

theravāda →

nyana

…of Buddhism that has survived among those which Mahāyānists have called ‘Hinayāna’. It is sometimes called Southern Buddhism or Pāli…

ti-lakkhana →

nyana

…- Impermanent, o Venerable One. - Are feeling vedanā perception saññā mental constructions sankhāra and consciousness…

ti-ratana →

nyana

…One; the law of deliverance discovered, realized and proclaimed by him; and the Community of Noble Disciples and those who live in…

ti-sarana →

nyana

…to the world the law of deliverance. The Dhamma is the law of deliverance. The Sangha is the community of the disciples, who have realized or are…

titthāyatana →

nyana

…is uncaused; 3 that everything is created by God.

1 is the teaching of Niggantha-Nāthaputta, the leader of the Nigganthas, the modern…

tranquilisation →

nyana

Tranquilisation: Overcoming of defilements by way of: see: pahāna

tranquillity →

nyana

bojjhanga - ‘One who has taken t. as his vehicle’: samathayānika

tīrana-pariññā →

nyana

Tīrana-pariññā: ‘full understanding by investigating’; see: pariññā.

ādibrahmacariyaka-sīla →

nyana

…taken up by himself. After overcoming the 3 mental chains ego-belief, skeptic doubt and attachment to mere rules and ritual; see: samyojana he…

āhāra →

nyana

…as such it belongs to derived materiality see: khandha Summary I. In the figurative sense, as ‘foundation’ or sustaining condition, it is one…

ājiva →

nyana

Ājīva: ‘livelihood=job=profession=way-of-living’. About right and wrong livelihood., see: sacca IV. 5 and micchā-magga 5.

ājīva-pārisuddhi-sīla →

nyana

Ājīva-pārisuddhi-sīla: ‘morality consisting in purification of livelihood’, is one of the 4 kinds of perfect morality; see: sīla

ākāsa dhātu →

nyana

[[ākāsa dhātu]]Ākāsa dhātu: ‘space element’; see above and dhātu

ākāsa →

nyana

…Later Buddhist schools have regarded it as one of several unconditioned or uncreated states asankhata dharma - a view that is rejected in…

āloka-saññā →

nyana

…to D. 33, it is conducive to the development of ‘knowledge and vision’ see: visuddhi VI + VII, and it is said to be helpful to the…

ānantarika-kamma →

nyana

…is said in D. 2 that if King Ajātasattu had not killed his father, he would have reached entrance into the path of Stream-entry see also: Appendix.

ānantariya →

nyana

…a certain threshold at that very moment and thus instantly transforming and ennobling the individual nature forever. It is mentioned under the name…

ānupubbī-kathā →

nyana

… Then the Blessed One gave him a gradual instruction - that is to say, he spoke on generosity dāna, on morality sīla and on the heavens…

ānāpāna-sati →

nyana

…praxis only. With attentive mind he breathes in, with attentive mind he breathes out.

I. First Tetrad:
1: When making a long…

ārammana →

nyana

…or sense-consciousness seeing, hearing, etc. can ever arise. Cf. āyatana paccaya.

ārammanupanissaya →

nyana

Ārammanupanissaya: Decisive Support Conditional Relation. see: paccaya

āsava →

nyana

… M. 2 shows how to overcome the fermentations, namely, through insight, sense-control, avoidance, wise use of the necessities of life. For…

āsavakkhaya →

nyana

Āsavakkhaya: see above.

āvajjana →

nyana

…5 physical senses is observed, it is called ‘five-door directing’ = pañca dvārāvajjana, in the case of a mental object, an idea or mental…

āyatana →

nyana

manāyatana is a collective term for all consciousness whatsoever, and should therefore not be confounded with the mental-element…

āyūhana →

nyana

…object. The intention, however, at the time when one is handing the food over to the recipient is called kamma-making or kamma-becoming…

a →

pts

…to 1 nouns and adjectives; 2 verbal forms, used like (1) whether part., ger., grd. or inf.; 3 finite verbal forms. In compound. with…

abala →

pts

adjective not strong, weak, feeble Snp.1120 (= dubbala, appabala, appathāma Cnd.73); Dhp.29 (˚assa a weak horse = dubbalassa Dhp-a.i.262; opp….

abandha →

pts

noun adjective not tied to, not a follower or victim of Iti.56 (mārassa; variant reading abaddha).

a + bandha

abandhana →

pts

adjective without fetters or bonds, unfettered, untrammelled Snp.948, cp. Mnd.433.

a + bandhana

abbata →

pts

noun adjective

  1. (nt.) that which is not “vata” i.e. moral obligation, breaking of the moral obligation Snp.839 (asīlata +); Mnd.188 (variant…

abbaṇa →

pts

adjective without wounds Dhp.124.

a + vaṇa, Sk. avraṇa

abbha →

pts

…thundering SN.iv.289.

Vedic abhra nt. & later Sk. abhra m. “dark cloud”; Idg. *m̊bhro, cp. Gr. ἀφρἀφρο scum, froth, Lat. imber…

abbhacchādita →

pts

covered (with) Thag.1068.

pp. of abhi + ā + chādeti

abbhantara →

pts

…(satt˚ with interval of seven); AN.iv.16 (opp. bāhira); Dhp.394 (id.); Thag.757 (˚âpassaya lying inside); Ja.iii.395 (˚amba the inside of the…

abbhantarika →

pts

adjective noun intimate friend, confidant, “chum” Ja.i.86 (+ ativissāsika), Ja.i.337 (“insider”, opp. bāhiraka).

fr. abbhantara, cp. Sk….

abbhantarima →

pts

adjective internal, inner (opp. bāhirima) Vin.iii.149; Ja.v.38.

superl. formation fr. abbhantara in contrasting function

abbhatika →

pts

adjective brought (to), procured, got, Ja.vi.291.

ā + bhata + ika, bhṛ.

abbhatīta →

pts

…nt. -ṃ what is gone or over the past Ja.iii.169. 2. passed away, dead MN.i.465; SN.iv.398; Thag.242, Thag.1035. 3. transgressed, overstepped…

abbhokirati →

pts

to sprinkle over, to cover, bedeck Vv.5#9 (= abhi-okirati abhippakirati), Vv.35#11 (variant reading abbhuk˚). Cp. abbhukkirati & abbhokkiraṇa;

abbhokāsika →

pts

adjective belonging to the open air, one who lives in the open, the practice of certain ascetics. DN.i.167; MN.i.282; AN.iii.220; Vin.v.131,…

abbhu →

pts

…Ja.v.295 (= abhūti avaḍḍhi C.).

a + bhū most likely = Vedic abhva and P. abbhuṃ, see also…

abbhuddhunāti →

pts

to shake very much Vv.64#9 (= adhikaṃ uddhunāti Vv-a.278).

abhi + ud + dhunāti

abbhudeti →

pts

to go out over, to rise AN.ii.50, AN.ii.51 (opp. atthaṃ eti, of the sun)
ppr abbhuddayaṃ Vv.64#17 (= abhi-uggacchanto Vv-a.280;…

abbhudāharati →

pts

to bring towards, to fetch, to begin or introduce (a conversation) MN.ii.132.

abhi + ud + ā + harati

abbhuggamana →

pts

(nt
■ adj.) going out over, rising over (c. acc.) Pv-a.65 (candaṃ nabhaṃ abbhuggamanaṃ; so read for T. abbhuggamānaṃ).

fr….

abbhukkirati →

pts

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

abbhussakati →

pts

…& ˚usukkati

to go out over, rise above (acc.), ascend, freq. in phrase ādicco nabhaṃ abbhussakkamāno MN.i.317; SN.iii.156 = Iti.20
■…

abbhusukkati →

pts

…& ˚usukkati

to go out over, rise above (acc.), ascend, freq. in phrase ādicco nabhaṃ abbhussakkamāno MN.i.317; SN.iii.156 = Iti.20
■…

abbhusūyaka →

pts

adjective zealous, showing zeal, endeavouring in (-˚) Pgdp.101. Abbhussakati & usukkati;

abhi + usūyā + ka

abbhuta →

pts

…the wonderful, a wonder, marvel SN.iv.371, also in ˚dhamma (see Cpd.). Very freq. in combn. with acchariyaṃ and a part. of…

abbhuṃ →

pts

…See also abbhu & abbhuta.

Vedic abhvaṃ, nt. of abhva, see expld. under abbhamatta. Not quite correct Morris J.P.T.S. 1889, 201:…

abbhuṇha →

pts

adjective

  1. very hot Dhp-a.ii.87 (variant reading accuṇha).
  2. quite hot, still warm (of milk) Dhp-a.ii.67.

ahhi + uṇha

abbhāgata →

pts

having arrived or come; (m.) a guest, stranger Vv.1#5 (= abhi-āgata, āgantuka Vv-a.24).

abhi + ā + gata

abbhākuṭika →

pts

adjective not frowning, genial Vin.iii.181 (but here spelt bhākuṭikabhākuṭika); DN.i.116, cp. DN-a.i.287; Dhp-a.iv.8 (as variant reading T….

abbhāmatta →

pts

adjective monstrous dreadful, enormous, “of the size of a large cloud (thus C. on SN.i.205 & Ja.iii.309) SN.i.205 = Thag.652 (variant reading…

abbohārika →

pts

adjective not of legal or conventional status, i.e

  1. negligible, not to be decided Vin.iii.91, Vin.iii.112 (see also Kvu trsl. 361 n. 4) 2….

abbuda →

pts

…as sāsanassa a). 3. a very high numeral, appld. exclusively to the denotation of a vast period of suffering in Purgatory; in this…

abbuḷhana →

pts

…as one of the 12 achievements of a Mahesi Mnd.343 = Cnd.503 (eds. of Nd i.have abbūhana, variant reading SS abbussāna; ed. of Nd…

abbūḷha →

pts

…a sting or dart), fig. removed destroyed. Most freq. in combn. -salla with the sting removed, having the sting (of craving thirst,…

abbūḷhita →

pts

…Ja.iii.541) pulled out, removed, destroyed Mnd.59 (abbūḷhita-sallo + uddhaṭa˚ etc. for abbūḷha); Ja.iii.541 (uncertain reading; variant…

abhabba →

pts

…to be found in an Arahant’s character: see DN.iii.133 & DN.iii.235 (where the five first only are given as a set).

a + bhavya. The Sk….

abhaya →

pts

adjective free from fear or danger, fearless, safe Dhp.258
■ nt. abhayaṃ confidence, safety Dhp.317 cp. Dhp-a.iii.491. For further…

abhejja →

pts

adjective not to be split or divided, not to be drawn away or caused to be dissented, inalienable Snp.255 (mitto abhejjo parehi) Ja.i.263…

abhi →

pts

…quite fresh, ˚nipuṇa very clever, ˚nīla of a deep black, ˚manāpa very pleasant ˚mangaly very lucky, ˚yobbana full youth, ˚rati great…

abhibhavana →

pts

overcoming, vanquishing, mastering SN.ii.210 (variant reading BB abhipatthana).

fr. abhibhavati

abhibhavati →

pts

…to be overcome Pv-a.57
pass ppr. abhibhūyamāna being overcome (by) Pv-a.80, Pv-a.103
pp…

abhibhāyatana →

pts

…account of these gives 8 stations or stages of mastery over the senses (see Dial. ii.118; Exp. i.252), detailed identically at all the…

abhibhū →

pts

noun adjective overcoming, conquering, vanquishing, having power over, a Lord or Master of (-˚) DN.iii.29; SN.ii.284; Snp.211 (sabba˚), Snp.545…

abhibhūta →

pts

overpowered, overwhelmed, vanquished DN.i.121; SN.i.137 (jāti-jarā˚); SN.ii.228 (lābhasakkāra-silokena); AN.i.202 (pāpakehi dhammehi);…

abhicchanna →

pts

adjective covered with, bedecked or adorned with (-˚) Ja.ii.48 (hema-jāla˚, variant reading abhisañchanna), Ja.ii.370 (id.); Snp.772 (=…

abhicchita →

pts

adjective desired Ja.vi.445 (so read for abhijjhita).

abhi + icchita, cp. Sk. abhīpsita

abhicetasika →

pts

adjective dependent on the clearest consciousness. On the spelling see ābhic˚ (of jhāna) MN.i.33, MN.i.356; MN.iii.11; SN.ii.278; AN.ii.23;…

abhiceteti →

pts

to intend, devise, have in mind Ja.iv.310 (manasā pāpaṃ).

abhi + ceteti

abhida →

pts

…or does abhida represent Vedic abhidyu heavenly?

Abhida2

Only in the difficult old verse DN.ii.107 (= SN.v.263 = AN.iv.312 = Nd.64…

abhidhara →

pts

adjective firm, bold, in -māna firmminded Dhp p.81 (acc. to Morris J.P.T.S. 1886, 135 not verified).

abhi + dhara

abhidhāvin →

pts

adjective fr. abhidhāvati] “pouring in”, rushing on, running Ja.vi.559.

abhidhāyin →

pts

adjective “putting on”, designing, calling, meaning Pgdp.98.

abhi + dhāyin fr. dhā

abhidosa →

pts

˚- the evening before, last night; ˚kālakata MN.i.170 = Ja.i.81; ˚gata gone last night Ja.vi.386 (hiyyo paṭhama-yāme C.).

abhigajjin →

pts

adjective warbling, singing, chattering Thag.1108, Thag.1136.

fr. abhigajjati

abhigamanīya →

pts

adjective to be approached, accessible Pv-a.9.

grd. of abhigacchati

abhigijjhati →

pts

  1. to be greedy for, to crave for, show delight in (c. loc.) Snp.1039 (kāmesu, cp. Cnd.77).
  2. to envy (acc.) SN.i.15 (aññam-aññaṃ).

abhi +…

abhigīta →

pts

…by singing or chanting verses (Ger. “ersungen”) SN.i.173; Snp.81 = Mil.228. See Snp-a.151. 2. resounding with filled with song (of birds)…

abhihanati →

pts

…hit Pv-a.258. 2. to overpower, kill, destroy Ja.v.174 (inf. ˚hantu for T. hantuṃ)

pp abhihata (q.v.).

abhi + ;…

abhiharati →

pts

abhibhuyyati.

abhi + harati, cp. Sk. abhyāharati & Vedic āharati & ābharati

abhijacca →

pts

adjective of noble birth Ja.v.120.

Sk. ābhijātya; abhi + jacca

abhijappati →

pts

to wish for, strive after, pray for SN.i.143 (read asmâbhijappanti & cp.; Kindred Sayings p. 180) = Ja.iii.359 (= namati pattheti piheti C.);…

abhijappin →

pts

adjective praying for, desiring AN III.353 (kāma-lābha˚).

fr. abhijappati

abhijavati →

pts

to be eager, active Snp.668.

abhi + javati

abhijighacchati →

pts

to be very hungry Pv-a.271.

abhi + jighacchati

abhijigiṃsati →

pts

to wish to overcome, to covet Ja.vi.193 (= jinituṃ icchati C). Burmese scribes spell -jigīsati; Thag.743 (“cheat”? Mrs Rh. D.;…

abhijjamāna →

pts

adjective that which is not being broken up or divided. In the stock descrīption of the varieties of the lower Iddhi the phrase *udake pi…

abhijjanaka →

pts

adjective not to be broken, not to be moved or changed uninfluenced Ja.ii.170; Dhp-a.iii.189.

a + bhijjana + ka, from bhijja, grd. of bhid

abhijjhita →

pts

coveted, Ja.vi.445; usually neg. an˚ not coveted, Vin.i.287; Snp.40 (= anabhipatthita Snp-a.85; cp. Cnd.38); Vv.47#4 (= na abhikankhita…

abhijjhitar →

pts

one who covets MN.i.287 (T. abhijjhātar, variant reading ˚itar) = AN.v.265 (T. ˚itar, variant reading ˚ātar).

n. ag. fr. abhijjhita in med….

abhijjhā →

pts

…with -domanassa covetousness & discontent, e.g. at DN.iii.58, DN.iii.77 DN.iii.141, DN.iii.221, DN.iii.276; MN.i.340; MN.iii.2; AN.i.39,…

abhijjhālu →

pts

Abhijjhālū & ˚u

(adj.) covetous DN.i.139; DN.iii.82; SN.ii.168; SN.iii.93; AN.i.298; AN.ii.30, AN.ii.59, AN.ii.220 (an˚ + avyapannacitto…

abhijjhālū →

pts

Abhijjhālū & ˚u

(adj.) covetous DN.i.139; DN.iii.82; SN.ii.168; SN.iii.93; AN.i.298; AN.ii.30, AN.ii.59, AN.ii.220 (an˚ + avyapannacitto…

abhijjhāti →

pts

…wish for (acc.), long for, covet SN.v.74 (so read for abhijjhati); ger. abhijjhāya Ja.vi.174 (= patthetvā C.)
pp…

abhijjhāyati →

pts

to wish for, covet (c. acc.). Snp.301 (aor abhijjhāyiṃsu = abhipatthayamāna jhāyiṃsu Snp-a.320).

Sk. abhidhyāyati, abhi +…

abhijāta →

pts

adjective of noble birth, well-born, SN.i.69; Vv.29#3; Mil.359 (˚kulakulīna belonging to a family of high or noble birth).

abi + jāta

abhijāti →

pts

…ff. (quoted DN-a.i.162) gives details of each species. Two of them, the black and the white, are interpreted in a Buddhist sense at DN.iii.250,…

abhijātika →

pts

adjective belonging to ones birth or race, born of, being by birth; only in cpd. kaṇhâbhijātika of dark birth, that is, low in the social scale…

abhijāyati →

pts

…akaṇhaṃ asukkaṃ Nibbānaṃ a. DN.iii.251; AN.iii.384 sq At Snp.214 abhijāyati means “to behave, to be”, cp Snp-a.265 (abhijāyati =…

abhijīvanika →

pts

adjective belonging to one’s livehood, forming one’s living Vin.i.187 (sippa).

abhi + jīvana + ika

abhikaṅkhin →

pts

adjective cp. wishing for, desirous (of-˚) Thig.360 (sītibhāva˚).

abhikirati →

pts

  1. to sprinkle or cover over: see abhikiṇṇa 1.
  2. [Sk. avakirati, cp. apakiritūna] to overwhelm, destroy, put out,…

abhikiṇṇa →

pts

…Pv.ii.11#2 (puppha˚). 2. overwhelmed, overcome, crushed by (-˚) Iti.89 (dukkh˚ vv.ll. dukkhâtiṇṇa & otiṇṇa) = AN.i.147 (which reads…

abhikkamati →

pts

…withdraw)
pp abhikkanta (q.v.).

Vedic abhikramati, abhi + kamati

abhikkanta →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) lit. gone forward, gone out, gone beyond. According to the traditional expln. preserved by Bdhgh. & Dhp (see…

abhilakkhita →

pts

adjective fixed, designed, inaugurated, marked by auspices Ja.iv.1; DN-a.i.18.

Sk. abhilakṣita in diff. meaning; pp. of abhi + lakṣ

abhilambati →

pts

to hang down over (c. acc.) MN.iii.164 = Ne.179 (+ ajjholambati); Ja.v.70 (papātaṃ), Ja.v.269 (Vetaraṇiṃ)
pp…

abhilambita →

pts

adjective hanging down Ja.v.407 (nīladuma˚).

pp. of abhilambati

abhilaṅghati →

pts

to ascend, rise, travel or pass over (of the moon traversing the sky) Ja.iii.364; Ja.vi.221.

abhi + langhati

abhilepana →

pts

“smearing over”, stain, pollution Snp.1032, Snp.1033 = Ne.10, Ne.11 (see Cnd.88 laggana “sticking to”, bandhana, upakkilesa).

abhi + lepana

abhilāpa →

pts

…of adhivacana combd. with vyañjana & trsl. by Mrs. Rh. D. as “a distinctive mark of discourse”); DN-a.i.20, DN-a.i.23,…

abhimana →

pts

adjective having one’s mind turned on, thinking of or on (c. acc.) Thag.1122; Ja.vi.451.

abhi + mano, BSk. abhimana, e.g. Mvu.iii.259

abhimanāpa →

pts

adjective very pleasing Vv-a.53 (where id. p. at Pv-a.71 has atimanāpa).

abhi + manāpa

abhimata →

pts

adjective desired, wished for; agreeable, pleasant C on Thag.91.

BSk. abhimata, e.g. Jtm.211; pp. of abhimanyate

abhimatthati →

pts

…& -mantheti

  1. to cleave, cut; to crush, destroy MN.i.243 (sikharena muddhānaṃ ˚mantheti); SN.i.127; Dhp.161 (variant reading ˚nth˚);…

abhimaṅgala →

pts

adjective (very) fortunate, lucky, anspicious, in ˚sammatā (of Visākhā) “benedicted” blessed Vin.iii.187 = Dhp-a.i.409. Opp….

abhimukha →

pts

adjective facing, turned towards, approaching Ja.ii.3 (˚ā ahesuṃ met each other). usually -˚ turned to, going to, inclined towards DN.i.50…

abhinandati →

pts

…pleasure in (acc.), approve of, be pleased or delighted with (acc. DN.i.46 (bhāsitaṃ), DN.i.55 (id.), DN.i.158, DN.i.223; MN.i.109, MN.i.458;…

abhinandin →

pts

adjective rejoicing at, finding pleasure in (loc. or-˚), enjoying AN.ii.54 (piyarūpa); esp. freq. in phrase (taṇhā) tatratatr’âbhinandinī…

abhinava →

pts

adjective quite young, new or fresh Vin.iii.337; Ja.ii.143 (devaputta), Ja.ii.435 (so read for accuṇha in expln of paccaggha; v.v. ll….

abhinibbijjati →

pts

…or secondary formation fr ger. nibbijja. Reading however not beyond all doubt

abhinibbuta →

pts

adjective perfectly cooled, calmed, serene, esp. in two phrases, viz. diṭṭha dhamm’ ābhinibbuta AN.i.142 = MN.iii.187; Snp.1087; Cnd.83, and…

abhiniggaṇhāti →

pts

to hold back, restrain, prevent, prohibit; always in combn. with abhinippīḷeti MN.i.120; AN.v.230
■…

abhinikkhamati →

pts

…Dhs-a.91; esp. fig. to leave the household life, to retire from the world Snp.64 (= gehā abhinikkhamitvā kāsāya-vattho hutvā…

abhinikūjita →

pts

adjective resounding with, full of the noise of (birds) Ja.v.232 (of the barking of a dog), Ja.v.304 (of the cuckoo); so read for ˚kuñjita T.). Cp….

abhinimmadana →

pts

crushing, subduing, levelling out MN.iii.132; AN.iv.189 sq.

abhi + nimmadana

abhinindriya →

pts

…avikal-indriya not defective, perfect sense-organ. He must have read ahīn˚ Abhi-n-indriya could only be explained as “with…

abhinipuṇa →

pts

adjective very thorough, very clever DN.iii.167.

abhi + nipuṇa

abhinipātin →

pts

adjective falling on io (-˚) Ja.ii.7.

abhi + nipātin

abhinivesa →

pts

…as one of the 4 Ties see kāyagantha and cp. Cpd. 171 n. 5.

abhi + nivesa, see nivesa2 & cp. nivesana

abhinivisati →

pts

abhiniviṭṭha; cp. also abhinivesa.

abhi + nivisati

abhiniviṭṭha →

pts

adjective “settled in”, attached to, clinging on Cnd.152 (gahita parāmaṭṭha a.); Pv-a.267 (= ajjhāsita Pv.iv.8#4).

abhi + niviṭṭha,…

abhinīhanati →

pts

to drive away, put away, destroy, remove, avoid MN.i.119 (in phrase āṇiṃ a. abhinīharati abhinivajjeti).

abhi + nis + han,…

abhinīhāra →

pts

…behaviour, endeavour, resolve, aspiration SN.iii.267 sq. (˚kusala); AN.ii.189; AN.iii.311; AN.iv.34 (˚kusala) Ja.i.14 (Buddhabhāvāya a….

abhinīla →

pts

adjective very black, deep black, only with ref. to the eyes, in phrase -netta with deep-black eyes DN.ii.18; DN.iii.144, DN.iii.167 sq. [cp. Sp….

abhipassati →

pts

to have regard for, look for, strive after AN.i.147 (nibbānaṃ); AN.iii.75; Snp.896 (khema˚), Snp.1070 (rattamahā˚) Mnd.308; Cnd.428;…

abhipattika →

pts

adjective one who has attained, attaining (-˚), getting possession of SN.i.200 (devakañña˚).

fr. abhipatti

abhippakirati →

pts

to strew over, to cover (completely) DN.ii.137 (pupphāni Tathāgatassa sarīraṃ okiranti ajjhokiranti a.); Vv-a.38 (for abbhokirati Vv.5#9). pp….

abhippasanna →

pts

adjective finding one’s peace in (c. loc.), trusting in having faith in, believing in, devoted to (loc.) Vin.iii.43; DN.i.211 (Bhagavati) SN.i.134;…

abhippasīdati →

pts

to have faith in DN.i.211 (fut. ˚issati)
pp abhippasanna; Caus. abhippasādeti.

abhi +…

abhipāruta →

pts

adjective dressed Mil.222.

abhi + pāruta, pp. of abhipārupati

abhiraddha →

pts

adjective propitiated, satisfied AN.iv.185 (+ attamana).

pp. of abhi + rādh

abhiramati →

pts

…(c. loc.), to indulge in love Snp.718 Snp.1085; Ja.i.192; Ja.iii.189, Ja.iii.393; Dhp-a.i.119; Pv-a.3, Pv-a.61 Pv-a.145
ppr act. abhiranto

abhiramāpeti →

pts

  1. to induce to sport, to cause one to take pleasure Ja.iii.393.
  2. to delight, amuse, divert Ja.i.61
    ■ Cp. abhiramāpana.

Caus. ii. fr. abhiramati

abhirata →

pts

adjective (-˚) found of, indulging in, finding delight in AN.iv.224 (nekkhamma˚); AN.v.175 (id.) Snp.86 (nibbāna˚), Snp.275 (vihesa˚), Snp.276…

abhiratta →

pts

adjective very red Ja.v.156; fig. very much excited or affected with (-˚) Snp.891 (sandiṭṭhirāgena a.).

abhi + ratta

abhiravati →

pts

to shout ont Bv.ii.90 = Ja.i.18 (verse 99)

abhi + ravati

abhiropeti →

pts

…to pay attention, to show reverence, to honour Vv.37#7 (aor. ˚ropayi = ropesi Vv-a.169), Vv.37#10 (id.; = pūjaṃ kāresi Vv-a.172), Vv.60#4 (=…

abhirucita →

pts

adjective pleasing, agreeable, liked Ja.i.402; Dhp-a.i.45.

pp. fr. abhi + ruc

abhiruda →

pts

adjective -˚ resounding with (the cries of animals, esp. the song of birds), full of the sound of (birds) Thag.1062 (kuñjara˚), Thag.1113…

abhirādhin →

pts

adjective (-˚) pleasing, giving pleasure, satisfaction. Ja.iv.274 (mitta˚ = ārādhento tosento Commentary)

fr. abhirādheti

abhirūpa →

pts

adjective of perfect form, (very), handsome, beautiful, lovely Snp.410 (= dassaniya’ angapaccanga Snp-a.383); Ja.i.207; Pp.52; DN-a.i.281…

abhisaddahati →

pts

to have faith in, believe in (c. acc.) believe SN.v.226; Thag.785; Pv.iv.1#13, Pv.iv.1#25 (˚saddaheyya paṭiñeyya Pv-a.226); Ne.11; Mil.258;…

abhisajjana →

pts

adjective only as adv. f. ˚nī. Epithet of vācā scolding abusing, cursing AN.v.265 (para˚). Cp. next.

abstr. fr. abhisajjati in meaning of…

abhisallekhika →

pts

adjective austere, stern, only in f. (scil. kathā) AN.iii.117 sq.; AN.iv.352, AN.iv.357; AN.v.67.

abhi + sallekha + ika

abhisamaya →

pts

…ad sensum but not at verbum by phassa-nirodha Snp-a.509); Pts.ii.215 Pp.41; Vv.16#10 (= saccapaṭivedha Vv-a.85); DN-a.i.32;…

abhisambhava →

pts

only in dur˚; hard to overcome or get over, hard to obtain or reach, troublesome SN.v.454; AN.v.202; Snp.429, Snp.701; Ja.v.269, Ja.vi.139,…

abhisambhavati →

pts

…be able to (get or stand or overcome) to attain, reach, to bear AN.iv.241; Thag.436; Mnd.471 Mnd.485; Ja.iii.140; Ja.v.150, Ja.v.417; Ja.vi.292,…

abhisambhoti →

pts

…be able to (get or stand or overcome) to attain, reach, to bear AN.iv.241; Thag.436; Mnd.471 Mnd.485; Ja.iii.140; Ja.v.150, Ja.v.417; Ja.vi.292,…

abhisambhū →

pts

adjective getting, attaining (?) DN.ii.255 (lomahaṃsa˚).

fr. abhi + sam + bhū

abhisambodhita →

pts

adjective awakened to the highest wisdom Pv-a.137 (Bhagavā).

pp. of abhisambodheti, Caus. of abhi + sambujjhati

abhisambudhāna →

pts

adjective awaking realising, knowing, understanding Dhp.46 (= bujjhanto jānanto ti attho Dhp-a.i.337).

formation of a ppr. med. fr. pp. abhsam +…

abhisameti →

pts

…ordinary & partly as causative, e.g. aor ˚samiṃsu & ˚samesuṃ, pp. sameta: Sk. samita. Cp. B.Sk abhisamayati, either caus. or denom….

abhisametāvin →

pts

adjective commanding full understanding or penetration, possessing complete insight (of the truth) Vin.iii.189; SN.ii.133; SN.v.458 sq.

possess. adj…

abhisamparāya →

pts

…Pv.iii.5#10 (= punabbhave Pv-a.200)
diṭṭhe c’eva dhamme abhisamparāyañ ca “in this world and in the world to come”…

abhisamācārika →

pts

adjective belonging to the practice of the lesser ethics; to be practiced; belonging to or what is the least to be expected of good conduct, proper….

abhisanda →

pts

outflow, overflow, yield, issue, result only in foll. phrases: cattāro puññ’ âbhisandā kusal’ âbhisandā (yields in merit) SN.v.391 sq.;…

abhisandeti →

pts

to make overflow, to make full, fill, pervade DN.i.73, DN.i.74.

abhi + sandeti, Caus. of syad

abhisanna →

pts

adjective overflowing, filled with (-˚), full Vin.i.279 (˚kāya a body full of humours, cp. Vin.ii.119 & Mil.134) Ja.i.17 (Ja.v.88 pītiyā);…

abhisattha →

pts

…Morris J.P.T.S. 1886 145 gives the commentator’s equivalents, “commanded worked by a charm”. This is a curious idiom. Any European would say…

abhisaññā →

pts

…by Buddhists, but by certain wanderers See saññā-vedayita-nirodha.

abhisaṃsati →

pts

…Cp. also abhisiṃsati.

Vedic abhiśaṃsati, abhi + śaṃs

abhisaṅgin →

pts

adjective cleaving to (-˚) Sdhp.566.

fr. abhisanga

abhisaṅkhata →

pts

adjective prepared, fixed, made up, arranged, done MN.i.350; AN.ii.43; AN.v.343; Ja.i.50; Mnd.186 (kappita +); Pv-a.7, Pv-a.8.

abhi + sankhata,…

abhisaṅkhārika →

pts

adjective what belongs to or is done by the sankhāras; accumulated by or accumulating merit, having special (meritorious) effect (or specially…

abhisitta →

pts

  1. sprinkled over, anointed Snp.889 (manasā, cp. Mnd.298); Mil.336 (amatena loka a.).
  2. consecrated (King), inaugurated (more freq. in this conn….

abhisiñcati →

pts

to sprinkle over, fig. to anoint (King), to consecrate AN.i.107 (Khattiy’ âbhisekena Ja.i.399 (fig. ˚itvā ger. Ja.ii.409 (id.); Ja.vi.161 (id.);…

abhissara →

pts

adjective only neg. an˚; in formula atāṇo loko anabhissaro “without a Lord or protector MN.ii.68 (variant reading ˚abhisaro); Pts.i.126…

abhisāriyā →

pts

woman who goes to meet her lover Ja.iii.139.

Sk. abhisārikā, fr. abhi + sṛ.

abhitunna →

pts

(tuṇṇa). Overwhelmed, overcome overpowered SN.ii.20; Pts.i.129 (dukkha˚), Pts.i.164; Ja.i.407 Ja.i.509 (˚tuṇṇa); Ja.ii.399, Ja.ii.401;…

abhitāpa →

pts

extreme heat, glow; adj. very hot Vin.iii.83 (sīsa˚ sunstroke); MN.i.507 (mahā˚ very hot) Mil.67 (mahābhitāpatara much hotter); Pv.iv.1#8…

abhivagga →

pts

great mass (?), superior force (?), only in phrase -ena omaddati to crush with sup. force or overpower MN.i.87 = Cnd.199#6.

abhi + vagga

abhivassaka →

pts

adjective raining, fig. shedding, pouring ont, yielding Vv-a.38 (puppha˚).

fr. abhivassati

abhivassin →

pts

adjective = abhivassaka Iti.64, Iti.65 (sabbattha˚).

abhivaḍḍhana →

pts

adjective noun increasing (trs.), augmenting; f. ˚ī Sdhp.68.

fr. abhivaḍḍhati

abhivaḍḍhati →

pts

…Sdhp.523. 2. to grow over or beyond, to outgrow Ja.iii.399 (vanaspatiṃ)

pp abhivuḍḍha & ˚vuddha; (q.v.).

Vedic abhivardhati, abhi…

abhivedeti →

pts

  1. to make known, to communicate Dāvs v.2, Dāvs v.11.
  2. to know Ja.vi.175 (jānāti C.).

abhi + Caus. of vid

abhiveṭheti →

pts

Kern’s (

Toevoegselen

s. v.) proposed reading at Ja.v.452 for ati˚; which however does not agree with C expln. on p. 454.

abhivihacca →

pts

having destroyed, removed or expelled; only in one simile of the sun driving darkness away at MN.i.317 = SN.iii.156; SN.v.44 = Iti.20.

ger. of abhi…

abhivijayati →

pts

…to overpower, to conquer. Of -jayati the ger. -jiya at DN.i.89, DN.i.134 DN.ii.16. Of -jināti the pres….

abhivisiṭṭha →

pts

adjective most excellent, very distinguished DN-a.i.99, DN-a.i.313.

abhi + visiṭṭha

abhivissajjati →

pts

to send out, send forth, deal out, give DN.iii.160.

abhi + vissajjati

abhivitarati →

pts

“to go down to”, i.e. give in, to pay heed, observe Vin.i.134 and in ster. expln. of sañcicca at Vin.ii.91; Vin.iii.73, Vin.iii.112;…

abhivuṭṭha →

pts

poured out or over, shed out (of water or rain) Thag.1065; Dhp.335 (gloss); Pv-a.29.

pp. of abhivassati, see also…

abhivāheti →

pts

to remove, to put away Bv.x.5.

abhi + vāheti, Caus. of vah

abhiyogin →

pts

adjective applying oneself to, practised, skilled (an augur, sooth sayer) DN.iii.168.

fr. abhiyoga

abhiyāti →

pts

…the id. p Vv-a.68 reads pāyāsi with variant reading upāyāsi).

Vedic abhiyāti in same meaning; abhi _

abhiñña →

pts

adjective (usually -˚) knowing, possessed of knowledge, esp. higher or supernormal knowledge (abhiññā), intelligent; thus in chalabhiñña one…

abhiññā →

pts

…At SN.ii.216 we have five, and at SN.v.282 SN.v.290 six abhiññās mentioned in glosses to the text. And at SN.ii.217, SN.ii.222 a…

abhiṇhaso →

pts

adverb always, ever SN.i.194; Thag.25; Snp.559, Snp.560, Snp.998.

adv. case fr. abhiṇha; cp. bahuso = Sk. bahuśaḥ

abhiṇhaṃ →

pts

adverb repeatedly, continuous, often MN.i.442 (˚āpattika a habitual offender), MN.i.446 (˚kāraṇa continuous practice); Snp.335 (˚saṃvāsa…

abhiṭhāna →

pts

…abhitiṭṭhati; lit. that which stands out above others

abhumma →

pts

adjective groundless, unfounded, unsubstantial, Ja.v.178; Ja.vi.495.

a + bhumma

abhīruka →

pts

adjective fearless DN-a.i.250.

a + bhīru + ka

abhīta →

pts

adjective fearless Ja.vi.193. See also abhida 1.

a + bhīta

abhūta →

pts

adjective not real, false, not true, usually as nt. ˚ṃ falsehood, lie, deceit Snp.387; Iti.37; instr abhūtena falsely DN.i.161.

*…

acaṅkama →

pts

adjective not fit for walking, not level or even Thag.1174 (magga).

a + cankama

accagā →

pts

…(q.v. for similar forms) he overcame, should or could overcome Snp.1040 (expld. wrongly as pp. = atikkanta at Cnd.10 and as atīta at…

accahasi →

pts

of atiharati to bring over, to bring, to take Ja.iii.484 (= ativiya āhari C.).

fr. ati + hṛ.

accanta →

pts

adjective & adverb ˚-

  1. uninterrupted, continuous, perpetual Ja.i.223; Mil.413; Vv-a.71; Pv-a.73, Pv-a.125, Pv-a.266; Sdhp.288.
  2. final,…

accasara →

pts

adjective

  1. going beyond the limits (of proper behaviour), too self-sure, overbearing, arrogant, proud SN.i.239 (variant reading accayasara caused…

accasarā →

pts

overbearing, pride, selfsurity Vb.358 (+ māyā). Note. In id. p. at Pp.23 we read acchādanā instead of…

accasārin →

pts

adjective = accasara 1., aspiring too high Snp.8 sq. (yo nâccasārī, opp. to na paccasārī; expld. at Snp-a.21 by yo nâtidhāvi, opp….

accati →

pts

…celebrate Dāvs v.66 (accayittha, pret.)-pp accita, q.v.

Vedic arcati, ṛc, orig. meaning to be clear & to sing…

accaya →

pts

…passing or getting over, overcoming, conquering, only in phrase dur-accaya difficult to overcome, of kāmapanka Snp.945 (= dur-atikkamanīya…

accaṅkusa →

pts

adjective beyond the reach of the goad DN.ii.266 (nāga).

ati + ankusa

acceti →

pts

…ahorattā). 2. to overcome to get over Mil.36 (dukkhaṃ)

caus acceti to make go on (loc.), to put on Ja.vi.17…

accha →

pts

…Sk. ṛkṣa bald, bare and Vedic ṛkvan bright Monier-Williams however takes it as a + cha fr. chad thus “not covered, not…

acchambhin →

pts

adjective not frightened, undismayed, fearless Snp.42 (reading achambhin; Cnd.13 explains abhīru anutrāsi etc.); Ja.vi.322 (= nikkampa C.). See…

acchanna →

pts

adjective covered with, clothed in, fig. steeped in (c. loe.) Ja jii.323 (lohite a. = nimugga C.) At DN.i.91 nacchanna is for na channa (see…

accharika →

pts

(nt. or f.?) in -ṃ vādeti to make heavenly music (lit. the sounds of an accharā or heavenly nymph) AN.iv.265.

fr. accharā2

acchariya →

pts

…how wonderful & strange, marvellous, beyond comprehension, e.g. DN.i.2, DN.i.60, DN.i.206, DN.i.210; DN.ii.8; and in phrase *acchariyā abbhutā…

accharā →

pts

…with akkhaṇa in akkhaṇa-vedhin (cp. BSk. acchaṭā Divy.555), or possibly a relation to ā + tsar, thus meaning “stealthily”, although…

acchati →

pts

…Ja.iv.306. 3. to be behave, live Vin.ii.195; DN.i.102; SN.i.212; Vv.11#2; Pv.iii.3#1 (= nisīdati vasati Pv-a.188); Mil.88; Dhp-a.i.424 In…

acchecchi →

pts

…acchecchi ati-icchin (icchā). The syntactical construction however clearly points to an aor.

Sk. acchaitsīt

acchera →

pts

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

accheraka →

pts

adjective = acchera (acchariya) Ja.i.279; Bv.i.9 (pāṭihīraṃ).

acchindati →

pts

to remove forcibly, to take away, rob, plunder Vin.iv.247 (sayaṃ a. to appropriate); Ja.ii.422; Ja.iii.179; Ja.iv.343; Mil.20; Sdhp.122
ger…

acchinna →

pts

adjective removed, taken away, stolen, robbed Vin.iv.278, Vin.iv.303; Ja.ii.78 Ja.iv.45; Ja.v.212.

ā + chinna, pp. of acchindati

acchādana →

pts

covering, clothing Thag.698; Mil.279
■ fig. protection, sheltering Ja.i.307.

fr. acchādeti

acchādanā →

pts

covering, hiding, concealment Pp.19, Pp.23
Note. In id. p. at Vb.358 we read accasarā for acchādanā. Is the latter…

acchādeti →

pts

…Pv-a.50
■ fig to envelop, to fill Ja.vi.581 (abbhaṃ rajo acchādesi dust filled the air)
pp acchanna (q.v.).

ā…

acci-bandha →

pts

Acci-bandha

adjective at Vin.i.287 is expld. by Bdhgh as caturassa-kedāra-baddha (“divided into short pieces” Vin Texts ii.207),…

acci →

pts

(in verse); accī (f.) a ray of light, a beam, flame SN.iv.290 (spelt acchi), SN.iv.399; AN.iv.103; AN.v.9; Snp.1074 (vuccati jālasikhā Cnd.11);…

accimant →

pts

adjective flaming, glowing, fiery; brilliant Thag.527; Ja.v.266; Ja.vi.248; Vv.38#8.

fr. acci, cp. Vedic arcimant & arciṣmant

accogāḷha →

pts

adjective too abundant, too plentiful (of riches), lit. plunged into AN.iv.282, AN.iv.287, AN.iv.323 sq.

ati + ogāḷha

accuggata →

pts

adjective

  1. very high or lofty Mil.346 (giri); Vv-a.197; Dhp-a.ii.65.
  2. too high, i.e. too shrill or loud Ja.vi.133 (sadda), Ja.vi.516 (fig. =…

accussanna →

pts

adjective too full, too thick Vin.ii.151.

ati + ussanna

accuta →

pts

adjective immoveable; everlasting, eternal; nt. ˚ṃ. Epithet of Nibbāna (see also cuta) AN.iv.295, AN.iv.327; Snp.204, Snp.1086…

accuṇha →

pts

adjective very hot, too hot Snp.966; Mnd.487; Dhp-a.ii.85, Dhp-a.ii.87 (variant reading for abbhuṇha). See also ati-uṇha.

ati + uṇha

accāhita →

pts

adjective very cruel, very unfriendly, terrible Ja.iv.46 = Ja.v.146 (= ati ahita C.) = Ja.vi.306 (id.).

ati + ahita

accāraddha →

pts

adjective & adverb exerting oneself very or too much, with great exertion Vin.i.182; Thag.638; Snp-a.21.

ati + āraddha

accāsanna →

pts

adjective very near, too near Pv-a.42 (na a. n’âtidūra neither too near nor too far, at an easy distance).

ati + asanna

accāyata →

pts

adjective too long AN.iii.375.

ati + āyata

accāyika →

pts

adjective out of time, viz.

  1. irregular, extraordinary Ja.vi.549, Ja.vi.553.
  2. urgent, pressing MN.i.149 (karaṇiyan business), MN.ii.112;…

acela →

pts

adjective noun one who is not clothed, esp. t. t. for an anti-Buddhist naked ascetic DN.i.161, DN.i.165; DN.iii.6 DN.iii.12, DN.iii.17 sq.; SN.i.78;…

acittaka →

pts

adjective

  1. without thought or intention, unconscious, unintentional Dhp-a.ii.42.
  2. without heart or feeling, instr. acittakena (adv.)…

acittikata →

pts

adjective not well thought of Mil.229.

a + citta2 + kata; cp. cittikāra

ada →

pts

adjective (-˚) eating SN.iv.195 (kiṭṭhâda eating corn); Ja.ii.439 (vantâda = vantakhādaka C.).

to ad, see adeti, cp….

adaka →

pts

adjective = ada Ja.v.91 (purisâdaka man-eater).

adasaka →

pts

adjective see dasā.

adda →

pts

…wet, moist slippery Ja.iv.353; Ja.vi.309; Mil.346.

  • -āvalepana “smeared with moisture”, i.e. shiny,…

addha →

pts

…soiled, wet; fig. attached to, intoxicated with (cp. sineha) MN.ii.223 (na anaddhabhūtaṃ attānaṃ dukkhena…

addhan →

pts

- [Vedic adhvaga] a wayfarer, traveller journeyman Thag.255 = SN.i.212 (but the latter has panthagu variant reading…

addhaneyya →

pts

adjective = adhaniya 2, lasting Ja.v.507 (an˚).

addhaniya →

pts

…to the road, fit for travelling (of the travelling season) Thag.529. 2. belonging to a (long) time, lasting a long period lasting, enduring…

addhariya →

pts

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

Vedic adhvaryu fr. adhvara sacrifice

addhika →

pts

…Pv-a.127 (˚jana people travelling). Often combd. with kapaṇa beggar, tramp, as kapaṇaddhikā (pl.) tramps and travellers (in…

addhin →

pts

…belonging to the road or travelling, one who is on the road, a traveller, in gataddhin one who has performed his journey (= addhagata) Dhp.90.

fr….

addhā →

pts

adverb part. of affirmation and emphasis: certainly, for sure, really truly DN.i.143; Ja.i.19 (a. ahaṃ Buddho bhavissāmi) Ja.i.66 (a. tvaṃ…

addhāna →

pts

…travelling Vv-a.305.

  • -vemattatā difference of time or period Mil.285 (+ āyuvemattatā).

orig. the acc. of…

adhama →

pts

adjective the lowest (lit. & fig.), the vilest, worst Snp.246; (narādhama), 135 (vasalâdhama); Dhp.78 (purisa˚) Ja.iii.151 (miga˚); Ja.v.394…

adhara →

pts

adjective the lower Ja.iii.26 (adharoṭṭha the l. lip).

Vedic adhara, compar. of adho

adhi →

pts

…or abs.) = on top of, above, over in; in addition to. Often simply deictic “here” (e.g. ajjhatta = adhi + ātman “this self here” (see…

adhibhavati →

pts

to overcome, overpower, surpass SN.iv.185 sq. (cp. adhibhū) AN.v.248, AN.v.282 (˚bhoti); Ja.ii.336; Ja.V.30
aor adhibhavi

adhibhū →

pts

adjective (-˚) overpowering, having power over; master conqueror, lord SN.iv.186 (anadhibhū not mastering. For adhibhūta

adhibhūta →

pts

overpowered SN.iv.186.

cp. adhibhū & adhibhūta

adhibādheti →

pts

to vex, oppress, gore (to death) Ud.8 (T. adhipāteti, variant reading avibādeti).

adhi + bādheti, cp. Sk. abhibādhayati

adhicca →

pts

…= Ja.iv.301; Ja.iv.184 (vede = adhīyitvā C.), Ja.iv.477 (sajjhāyitvā C.); Ja.vi.213; Mil.164.

ger. of adhi + eti, see…

adhiceto →

pts

adjective lofty-minded, entranced Thag.68 = Ud.43 = Vin.iv.54 = Dhp-a.iii.384.

adhi + ceto

adhideva →

pts

superior or supreme god, above the gods MN.ii.132; AN.iv.304; Snp.1148; Cnd.307#b, 422 a Cp. atideva.

adhi + deva

adhigacchati →

pts

…to understand DN.i.229 (vivesaṃ) MN.i.140 (anvesaṃ n’ âdhigacchanti do not find); SN.i.22 (nibbānaṃ); SN.ii.278 (id.); AN.i.162 (id.)…

adhigatavant →

pts

adjective noun one who has found or obtained Vv-a.296 (Nibbānaṃ).

fr. adhigata

adhiggahīta →

pts

excelled, surpassed; overpowered, taken by (instr.), possessed Ja.iii.427 (= anuggahīta C.); Ja v.102; vi.525 = 574; Iti.103; Mil.188 Mil.189;…

adhika →

pts

adjective exceeding, extraordinary, superior, Pp.35; Vv-a.80 (= anadhivara, visiṭṭha); DN-a.i.141, DN-a.i.222; Dpvs.v.32 (an˚);…

adhikaraṇa →

pts

…of questions that have arisen. There are seven rules for settling cases enumerated at DN.iii.254; MN.ii.247; AN.i.99; AN.iv.144.

adhi +…

adhikaraṇī →

pts

smith’s anvil Ja.iii.285; Dāvs iii.16 sq.; Dhs-a.263.

to adhikaraṇa 1, orig. meaning “serving, that which serves, i.e. instrument”

adhikata →

pts

adjective

  1. commissioned with, an overseer, Pv.ii.9#27 (dāne adhikata ṭhapita Pv-a.124).
  2. caused by Mil.67 (kamma˚).
  3. affected by…

adhikodhita →

pts

adjective very angry Ja.v.117.

adhi + kodhita

adhikusala →

pts

adjective in ˚ā dhammā “items of higher righteousness” DN.iii.145.

adhi + kusala

adhikārika →

pts

adjective (-˚) serving as, referring to Vin.iii.274 (Bdhgh).

to adhikāra

adhimatta →

pts

adjective extreme, exceeding, extraordinary; nt. adv. ˚ṃ extremely MN.i.152, MN.i.243; SN.iv.160; AN.ii.150; AN.iv.241; Ja.i.92; Pp.15; Mil.146,…

adhimokkha →

pts

firm resolve, determination, decision MN.iii.25 sq.; Vb.165 sq., Vb.425; Dhs-a.145, Dhs-a.264 See Dhs. trsl. 5; Cpd. 17, 40, 95.

fr. adhi +…

adhimuccati →

pts

…to take courage, to have faith Snp.559; Mil.234; DN-a.i.214, DN-a.i.316; Ja.iv.272; Ja.v.103; Dhp-a.i.196; Dhp-a.iii.258;…

adhimucchita →

pts

…(cp. adhimuccati) and consider all vv. ll ˚mucchita as spurious; but in view of the credit of several passages we have to assume a regular…

adhimuccita →

pts

…(cp. adhimuccati) and consider all vv. ll ˚mucchita as spurious; but in view of the credit of several passages we have to assume a regular…

adhimutta →

pts

adjective intent upon (-˚ or with loc. or acc.), applying oneself to, keen on, inclined to, given to Vin.i.183; AN.v.34, AN.v.38; Dhp.226; Snp.1071…

adhimutti →

pts

resolve, intention, disposition DN.i.174; AN.v.36; Pts.i.124; Mil.161, Mil.169; Vb.340 Vb.341; DN-a.i.44, DN-a.i.103; Sdhp.378.

adhi + mutti

adhimuttika →

pts

adjective inclined to, attached to, bent on SN.ii.154, SN.ii.158; Iti.70; Vb.339 sq. + (f. inclination DN.i.2.

= adhimutta

adhimānika →

pts

adjective having undue confidence in oneself, conceited AN.v.162, AN.v.169, AN.v.317; Dhp-a.iii.111.

fr. adhimāna

adhipaka →

pts

adjective (-˚) mastering, ruling or governed, influenced by (cp. adhipati) AN.i.150 (atta loka˚ dhamma˚).

fr. prec.

adhipati →

pts

…(= seṭṭha). 2. ruling over, governing, predominant; ruled or governed by Vb.216 sq. (chandaṃ adhipatiṃ katvā making energy predominant);…

adhippeta →

pts

  1. desired, approved of, agreeable DN.i.120; DN.ii.236; Vv-a.312, Vv-a.315.
  2. meant, understood intended as Ja.iii.263; Pv-a.9, Pv-a.80,…

adhisayana →

pts

adjective lying on or in, inhabiting Pv-a.80 (mañcaṃ).

fr. adhiseti

adhiseti →

pts

to lie on, sit on, live in, to follow, pursue Dhp.41; Snp.671 (= gacchati C.)
pp adhisayita.

adhi + seti

adhivara →

pts

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

adhi + vara

adhivattha →

pts

adjective inhabiting, living in (c. loc.) Vin.i.28; SN.i.197; Ja.i.223; Ja.ii.385; Ja.iii.327; Pv-a.17. The form adhivuttha

adhivāhana →

pts

adjective carrying, bringing, bearing Snp.79; f. Thag.519.

fr. adhi + vah

adhivāsaka →

pts

…& Adhivāsika

adjective willing, agreeable, enduring, patient Vin.iv.130; MN.i.10, MN.i.526; AN.ii.118 AN.iii.163; AN.v.132; Ja.iii.369…

adhivāseti →

pts

…Ja.iii.277. 2. to have patience, bear, endure (c. acc.) DN.ii.128, DN.ii.157; Ja.i.46; Ja.iii.281 (pahāre); Ja.iv.279, Ja.iv.407; Ja.v.51…

adhivāsika →

pts

…& Adhivāsika

adjective willing, agreeable, enduring, patient Vin.iv.130; MN.i.10, MN.i.526; AN.ii.118 AN.iii.163; AN.v.132; Ja.iii.369…

adhiṭṭhaka →

pts

adjective (-˚) bent on, given to, addicted to Ja.v.427 (surā˚).

fr. adhiṭṭhāti

adhiṭṭhita →

pts

…with the idea of standing above, towering over Vv.63#30 (hemarathe a. = sakalaṃ ṭhānaṃ abhibhavitvā ṭhita Vv-a.269)

  1. looked after,…

adhiṭṭhāna →

pts

…in bad sense with abhinivesa and anusaya, obstinacy, prejudice and bias MN.i.136; MN.iii.31,…

adhiṭṭhāyaka →

pts

adjective (-˚) superintending, watching, looking after, in kamma˚; Mhvs.5, Mhvs.175; Mhvs.30, Mhvs.98; kammanta˚ Dhp-a.i.393.

adho →

pts

…“above” and tiriyaṃ “across”, describing the 3 dimensions
■…

adhunā →

pts

adverb just now, quite recently DN.ii.208; Vin.ii.185 (kālakata); Mil.155; Dāvs ii.94.

  • -āgata a new comer MN.i.457;…

adhīna →

pts

adjective (-˚) subject, dependent DN.i.72 (atta˚ & para˚;); Ja.iv.112; DN-a.i.217; also written ādhīna Ja.v.350. See also under para.

cp….

adhīyati →

pts

…to learn by heart (the Vedas & other Sacred Books) Vin.i.270; SN.i.202 (dhammapadāni); Ja.iv.184 (adhīyitvā), Ja.iv.496 (adhīyamāna);…

adinna →

pts

…grasping that which is not given to one i.e. stealing, is the 2nd of the ten qualifications of bad character or sīla (dasa-sīla see…

adu →

pts

…part. of affirmation: even, yea, nay; always in emphatic exclamations Vv.62#2 (= udāhu Vv-a.258 variant reading SS. ādu) = Pv.iv.3#17…

advejjhatā →

pts

adūsaka →

pts

adjective innocent Ja.v.143 (= nirapa rādha C.); Ja.vi.84, Ja.vi.552. f. adūsikā Snp.312.

a + dūsaka

agada →

pts

…DN-a.i.67; Dhp-a.i.215; Pv-a.198 (= osadhaṃ).

Vedic agada; a + gada

agalu →

pts

…Cp. also Avs.i.24 and akalu.

cp. Sk. aguru, which is believed to appear in Hebr. ahālīm (aloe), also in Gr. ἀλόη…

agaru →

pts

…“if it does not inconvenience you, if you don’t mind” (cp. BSk. yadi te aguru. Av. SN.i.94, SN.i.229; SN.ii.90) Vin.i.25; Vin.iv.17,…

agga →

pts

aggaṃ akkhāyati to deserve or receive the highest praise, to be the most excellent DN.i.124; SN.iii.156, SN.iii.264; AN.ii.17 (Tathāgato);…

aggavant →

pts

adjective occupying the first place, of great eminence AN.i.70, AN.i.243.

agghaka →

pts

adjective = aggha; worth, having the value of (-˚) Mhvs.30, Mhvs.77. an˚; priceless Mhvs.30, Mhvs.72.

agghanaka →

pts

adjective (-˚) having the value of, equal to, worth Vin.iv.226; Ja.i.61 (satasahass˚), Ja.i.112; DN-a.i.80 (kahāpaṇ˚); Dhp-a.iii.120…

agghaniya →

pts

adjective priceless, invaluable, beyond the reach of money Mil.192.

in function & form grd. of agghati

agghati →

pts

…to value, to appraise, to have a price put on (acc.) Ja.i.124; Ja.iv.137, Ja.iv.278; Mil.192; Mhvs.27, Mhvs.23. Cp. agghāpanaka &…

agghiya →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) valuable, precious, worth Ja.vi.265 (maṇi); Dhp-a.ii.41 (ratan of jewel’s worth); Mhvs.30, Mhvs.92.
  2. (nt.) a…

agghāpaniya →

pts

adjective that which is to be valued, in -kamma the business of a valuator Ja.iv.137.

grd. of agghāpeti, see agghati

aggi →

pts

…number three may possibly have been chosen with reference to the three sacrificial fires of Vedic ritual. At SN.iv.19; AN.iv.41 sq. there are 7…

aggika →

pts

adjective one who worships the fire Vin.i.71 (jaṭilaka); DN.ii.339 sq. (jaṭila); SN.i.166 (brāhmaṇa).

aggi + ka

agha →

pts

…Vv.16#1 (aghasi gama, loc. vehāsaṃ gama Vv-a.78); Ja.iv.154; Dhs.638 (+ aghagata) Vb.84 (id.).

  • -gata going through or…

aghavin →

pts

adjective suffering pain, being in misery Snp.694 (= dukkhita Snp-a.489).

to agha1

agāra →

pts

…in a, we have a dozen quite familiar words ending apparently in āgāra. This form has been considered therefore as a proper…

agārika →

pts

adjective

  1. having a house, in eka˚, dva˚; etc. DN.i.166 = AN.i.295 = AN.ii.206.
  2. a householder, layman Vin.i.17. f. agārikā a housewife…

agārin →

pts

adjective one who has or inhabits a house, a householder Snp.376, Thag.1009; Ja.iii.234
■ f. agārinī a housewife Vv.52#7 (= gehassāmmī

aha →

pts

…in oblique cases and adverbially in; acc. ahorattaṃ: MN.i.417 (˚ânusikkhin); Dhp.226 (id.; expld. by divā ca rattiñ ca…

ahaṃ →

pts

…SN.iv.197, SN.iv.202; AN.i.132 sq.; AN.iii.444; Ud.70; Ne.127, and freq. passim.

Vedic ahaṃ = Av. azəm; Gr. ἐγώ(ν); Lat. ego; Goth. ik,…

ahi →

pts

…bites as well as the invocation of snakes (for magic purposes)“ DN-a.i.93).

Vedic ahi, with Av. aži perhaps to Lat. anguis etc., see Walde…

ahirika →

pts

Ahirika & Ahirīka

adjective shameless, unscrupulous DN.iii.212, DN.iii.252, DN.iii.282; AN.ii.219; Dhp.244; Snp.133 (˚īka); Iti.27 (˚īka);…

ahirīka →

pts

Ahirika & Ahirīka

adjective shameless, unscrupulous DN.iii.212, DN.iii.252, DN.iii.282; AN.ii.219; Dhp.244; Snp.133 (˚īka); Iti.27 (˚īka);…

ahita →

pts

adjective noun not good or friendly, harmful, bad; unkindliness DN.iii.246; Dhp.163; Snp.665, Snp.692; Mil.199 (˚kāma). Ahirika & Ahirika;

a +…

ahiṃsaka →

pts

adjective not injuring others, harmless, humane, SN.i.165; Thag.879; Dhp.225; Ja.iv.447.

fr. ahiṃsā

aja →

pts

…refers to a stick cloven like a goat’s hoof; so also at Vism.161.

Vedic aja fr. aj (Lat. ago to drive), cp. ajina

ajacca →

pts

adjective of low birth Ja.iii.19; Ja.vi.100.

a + jacca

ajeyya →

pts

…Kp-a.223). 2. not to be overpowered, invincible Snp.288; Ja.v.509.

a + jeyya, grd. of jayati, q.v.

Ajeyya2

adjective not…

ajina →

pts

…sibbitvā katā paveṇi DN-a.i.87); AN.i.181.

  • -sāṭī a garment of skins (= ajina-camma-sāṭī Dhp-a.iv.156) Dhp.394 =…

ajira →

pts

court, a yard Mhvs.35, Mhvs.3.

Vedic ajira to aj, cp. Gr. ἀγρός, Lat. ager, Goth. akrs = Ger. Acker, = E. acre

ajja →

pts

Ajja & Ajjā

adverb to-day, now Snp.75 Snp.153, Snp.158, Snp.970, Snp.998; Dhp.326; Ja.i.279; Ja.iii.425 (read bahutaṃ ajjā; not with Kern,…

ajjatana →

pts

adjective referring to the day, today’s, present, modern (opp. porāṇa) Thag.552; Dhp.227; Ja.ii.409
■ dat….

ajjati →

pts

to get, procure, obtain Ja.iii.263 (?). pp. ajjita (q.v.).

Vedic arjati, ṛj, a variant of arh, see arahati

ajjatā →

pts

the present time, in ajjatañ ca this very day SN.i.83 (variant reading ajjeva).

abstr. fr. ajja

ajjava →

pts

adjective noun straight, upright (usually combd. with maddava gentle, soft) DN.iii.213; AN.i.94; AN.ii.113;…

ajjhabhavi →

pts

…&…

ajjhabhu →

pts

to overcome, conquer Iti.76 (dujjayaṃ a. he conquered him who is hard to conquer; variant reading ajjhabhi for ajjhabhavi). Cp….

ajjhatta →

pts

…which is personal, subjective, arises from within (in contrast to anything outside, objective or impersonal); as adv. & ˚interior, personal,…

ajjhattika →

pts

adjective personal, inward (cp. Dhs trsl. 207 & Mnd.346: ajjhattikaṃ vuccati cittaṃ) opp. bāhira outward (q.v.). See also…

ajjhayana →

pts

study (learning by heart) of the Vedas Mil.225. See also ajjhena.

adhi + i

ajjhena →

pts

study (esp. of the Vedas) MN.iii.1; Ja.ii.327 (as variant reading to be preferred to ajjhesanā); Ja.iii.114 (= japa); Ja.v.10 (pl. = vede),…

ajjhobhavati →

pts

to overcome, overpower, destroy Ja.ii.80 (aor. ajjhobhavi = adhibhavi C.).

adhi + ava + bhu, Sk. abhi˚

ajjhoharaṇiya →

pts

adjective something fit to eat, eatable, for eating Ja.vi.258; Dhp-a.i.284.

grd. of ajjhoharati

ajjhopanna →

pts

…of the case. However since the evidence of a better reading between these two preponderates for ajjhopanna we may consider the o as…

ajjhosati →

pts

…bent on; to desire, cleave to, indulge in. Fut. ajjhosissati (does it belong here?) MN.i.328 (c. acc. paṭhaviṃ, better as ajjhesati)….

ajjhottharati →

pts

…over, spread out, spread over, cover; to submerge, flood Vin.i.111; Ja.i.61, Ja.i.72, Ja.i.73; Mil.296, Mil.336; Dhp.i.264; Pass. -tthariyati

ajjhotthata →

pts

spread over; covered, filled; overcome, crushed, overpowered Ja.i.363 (ajjhottaṭa) Ja.i.410; Ja.v.91 (= adhipanna); Dhp-a.i.278; Pv-a.55; Dāvs…

ajjhupekkhati →

pts

…intently or with care, to oversee, to take care of AN.iv.45 (kaṭṭh’aggi, has to be looked after); Pv-a.149 (sisaṃ colaṃ vā). 3. to…

ajjhupekkhitar →

pts

…ag. to…

ajjhupeti →

pts

to go to meet, to receive Ja.iv.440.

cp. Sk. abhyupeti; adhi + upa + i

ajjhābhava →

pts

excessive power, predominance Ja.ii.357.

cp. Sk. adhyābhava

ajjhāgāre →

pts

adverb at home, in one’s own house AN.i.132 = Iti.109; AN.ii.70.

adhi + agāre, loc. of agāra

ajjhājīva →

pts

too rigorous or strenuous a livelihood MN.ii.245 (+ adhipāṭimokkha).

adhi (ati?) + ā + jīv

ajjhāpīḷita →

pts

harassed, overpowered, tormented Pv-a.180 (khuppipāsāya by hunger & thirst).

adhi + ā + pīḷita

ajjhāruha →

pts

(& -rūha) adjective growing up over, overwhelming AN.iii.63 sq. = SN.v.96; Ja.iii.399.

to adhi + ā + ruh

ajjhārūhati →

pts

…rise into the air, to climb over, spread over SN.i.221 = Ne.173 (ajjhottharati SA; cp. Mrs. Rh. D. Kindred Sayings i.285).

adhi + ārohati cp….

ajjhārūḷha →

pts

adjective grown up or high over Ja.iii.399.

pp. of adhi + ā + ruh

ajjhāsaya →

pts

…+ ā + śri, orig. hanging on, leaning on, BSk. however adhyāśaya Divy.586

ajjhāvasati →

pts

…i.e. to be settled or live the settled life of a householder DN.ii.16; MN.i.353; Vin.iv.224; Ja.i.50; Pp.57; Mil.348
pp…

ajjhāyaka →

pts

…engaged in learning the Veda (mantajjhāyaka Ja.vi.209; Snp-a.192), a scholar of the brahmanic texts, a studious…

ajjuka →

pts

Name of a plant, Ocimum Gratissimum Vin.iv.35; DN-a.i.81 (all MSS. have ajjaka).

*Sk. arjaka

ajjuna →

pts

…silver, Lat….

ajjuṇho →

pts

adverb this moonlight night Vin.i.25; Vin.iv.80.

haplology fr. ajja-juṇho; see juṇhā

ajjā →

pts

Ajja & Ajjā

adverb to-day, now Snp.75 Snp.153, Snp.158, Snp.970, Snp.998; Dhp.326; Ja.i.279; Ja.iii.425 (read bahutaṃ ajjā; not with Kern,…

akaṭa →

pts

adjective not made, not artificial, natural; -yūsa natural juice Vin.i.206.

a + kaṭa

akhāta →

pts

adjective not dug: see khāta.

akiccakāra →

pts

adjective

  1. not doing one’s duty, doing what ought not to be done AN.ii.67; Dhp.292; Mil.66; DN-a.i.296.
  2. ineffective (of medicine)…

akilāsu →

pts

adjective not lazy, diligent, active, untiring SN.i.47; SN.v.162; Ja.i.109; Mil.382.

a + kilāsu

akiriya →

pts

adjective not practical, unwise, foolish Ja.iii.530 (-rūpa = akattabba-rūpa C.); Mil.250.

a + kiriya

akkha →

pts

…Ja.iv.81. (? read akka-).

Vedic akṣa, prob. to akṣi & Lat. oculus, “that which has eyes” i.e. a die; cp. also Lat. ālea game at dice…

akkhara →

pts

…a grammarian or versifier Kp-a.17; Snp-a.16 Snp-a.23, Snp-a.321. cp. Snp-a.466; Pv-a.120.

akkhata →

pts

adjective unhurt, without fault Mhvs.19, Mhvs.56 (C. niddosa)
■ acc. akkhataṃ (adv.) in safety, unhurt. Only in one…

akkhaya →

pts

adjective not decaying, in akkhayapaṭibhāna, of unfailing skill in exposition Mil.3, Mil.21.

a + khaya, kṣi

akkhaṇa →

pts

…at Ja.i.58 (akkhaṇavedhin + vālavedhin); Ja.v.129 (the 4 kinds of archers: a., vālavedhin, saddavedhin & saravedhin).

In BSk….

akkhika →

pts

Akkhika1

adjective (-˚) having eyes, with eyes Thag.960 (añjan˚; with eyes anointed); Dhp-a.iv.98 (aḍḍh˚; with half an eye,…

akkhin →

pts

adjective = akkhika Ja.iii.190 (mand˚; softeyed); Vv.32#3 (tamb˚ red-eyed); Dhp-a.i.11.

akkhitta →

pts

…hit, struck, thrown Ja.iii.255 (= ākaḍḍhita C.).

BSk ākṣipta Divy.363, pp. of…

akkhobbha →

pts

adjective not to be shaken, imperturbable Mil.21.

a + kṣubh, see khobha

akkhobhana →

pts

adjective = akkhobbha Ja.v.322 (= khobhetun na sakkhā C.).

akkhāna →

pts

…Veda Ja.v.450. (vedam akkhānapañcamaṃ; C: itihāsapañcamaṃ vedacatukkaṃ)
■ The spelling ākhyāna also occurs…

akkhāta →

pts

adjective announced, proclaimed, told, shown AN.i.34 (dur˚); AN.ii.195; AN.iv.285, AN.iv.322; AN.v.265 AN.v.283; Snp.172, Snp.276, Snp.595,…

akkhāti →

pts

…(q.v.)
■ Intensive or Frequentative is ācikkhati.

ā + khyā, Idg. *sequ; cp. Sk. ākhyāti,…

akkhāyika →

pts

adjective relating, narrating Ja.iii.535; lokakkhāyikā kathā talk about nature-lore DN.i.8; Mil.316.

akkhāyin →

pts

adjective telling, relating, announcing SN.ii.35; SN.iii.7; Ja.iii.105.

akkosaka →

pts

adjective one who abuses, scolds or reviles, + paribhāsaka AN.ii.58; AN.iii.252; AN.iv.156; AN.v.317; Pv-a.251.

from…

akkula →

pts

adjective confused, perplexed, agitated, frightened Ud.5 (akkulopakkula and akkulapakkulika) See ākula.

= ākula

akkuṭṭha →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) being reviled, scolded, railed at Snp.366 (= dasahi akkosavatthūhi abhisatto Snp-a.364); Ja.vi.187.
  2. (nt.) reviling,…

akuppa →

pts

adjective not to be shaken, immovable; sure, steadfast safe Vin.i.11 (akuppā me ceto-vimutti) = SN.ii.239; Vin.ii.69; Vin.iv.214; DN.iii.273;…

akutobhaya →

pts

adjective see *ku*˚.

akāca →

pts

adjective pure, flawless, clear DN.ii.244; Snp.476; Ja.v.203.

a + kāca

akācin →

pts

adjective = akāca Vv.60#1. Kern (Toevoegselen s. v.) proposes reading akkācin (= Sk. arka-arcin shining as the sun), but…

akāsiya →

pts

adjective noun “not from the Kāsī-country” (?); official name of certain tax-gatherers in the king’s service Ja.vi.212…

ala →

pts

…enough, only in neg. anala insufficient, impossible MN.i.455; Ja.ii.326 = Ja.iv.471.

alaṃ adv….

alagga →

pts

adjective not stuck or attached Cnd.107 (also alaggita); alaggamāna (ppr.) id. Dhp-a.iii.298.

pp. of laggati

alakkhika →

pts

(& īka) adjective unfortunate unhappy, of bad luck Vin.iii.23; Ja.iii.259.

a + lakkhika

alamba →

pts

adjective not hanging down, not drooping, short Ja.v.302; Ja.vi.3 (˚tthaniyo not flabby: of a woman’s breasts cp. alamb’ ordhva-stanī Suśruta…

alasa →

pts

adjective idle, lazy, slack, slothful, languid SN.i.44, SN.i.217; Snp.96 (= jāti-alaso Snp-a.170); Ja.iv.30; Dhp.280 (= mahā-alaso…

alaṃ →

pts

…Vv-a.191).

  1. in negative or prohibitive sentences: part. of disapprobation reproach & warning; enough! have done with fie! stop! alas! (etc….

alaṅkaraṇaka →

pts

adjective adorning, embellishing, decorating Dhp-a.i.410.

fr. alankaraṇa

alaṅkaroti →

pts

…to cause to be adorned Ja.i.52.

alaṃ + karoti, Vedic araṅkaroti

alaṅkāra →

pts

…with), Pv-a.74; Sdhp.249.

fr. alankaroti, cp. Vedic araṅkṛti

alika →

pts

adjective contrary, false, untrue SN.i.189; Ja.iii.198; Ja.vi.361; Mil.26, Mil.99
■ nt. -ṃ a lie, falsehood Dhp.264.

*…

alla →

pts

adjective (only ˚-)

  1. moist, wet MN.iii.94 (-mattikā -puñja a heap of moist clay; may be taken in meaning 2).
  2. fresh (opp. stale), new;…

allika →

pts

sukh’ allik’ânuyoga given to the attachment to sensual joys Vin.i.10; DN.iii.113 DN.iii.130; SN.iv.330; SN.v.421; Ne.110.

either from alla =…

allāpa →

pts

conversation, talk; only in cpd. -sallāpa conversation (lit. talking to & fro or together) Ja.i.189; Mil.15; Vv-a.96; Pv-a.86.

Sk. ālāpa; ā…

allīyati →

pts

…senses, good or bad); to covet

  1. lit. kesā sīsaṃ allīyiṃsu the hair stuck to the head Ja.i.64 khaggo lomesu allīyi the sword stuck in…

alola →

pts

adjective undisturbed, not distracted (by desires), not wavering: of firm resolution, concentrated Snp.65 (= nillolupa Cnd.98; = rasavisesesu…

aloma →

pts

adjective not hairy (upon the body) Ja.vi.457.

a + loma

aloṇika →

pts

adjective not salted Ja.iii.409; Vv-a.184.

a + loṇika

aluḷita →

pts

adjective umoved, undisturbed Mil.383.

a + luḷita, pp. of lul

amacca →

pts

…India* pp. 106–120

Vedic amātya (only in meaning “companion”), adj. formation fr. amā an adverbial loc
■ gen. of pron….

amala →

pts

adjective without stain or fault Ja.v.4; Sdhp.246, Sdhp.591, Sdhp.596.

a + mala

amama →

pts

adjective not egotistical, unselfish Snp.220 (+ subbata), Snp.777; Ja.iv.372 (+ nirāsaya); Ja.vi.259 (= mamāyana-taṇhā-rahita C.);…

amanussika →

pts

adjective belonging to or caused by a spirit Vin.i.202, Vin.i.203 (˚âbādha being possessed by a demon).

fr. amanussa

amara →

pts

adjective not mortal, not subject to death Thag.276; Snp.249 (= amara-bhāva-patthanatāya pavatta-kāya-kilesa Snp-a.291); Ja.v.80 (=…

amarā →

pts

…The expln. given by Bdhgh at DN-a.i.115 is “amarā nāma maccha-jāti, sā ummujjana-nimmujjan-ādi vasena… gahetuṃ na…

amassuka →

pts

adjective beardless Ja.ii.185.

a + massu + ka

amata →

pts

…belonging to Amṛta = ambrosial Snp.452 = SN.i.189 (amatā vācā = amata-sadisā sādubhāvena Snp-a.399:…

amattaññu →

pts

adjective not knowing any bounds (in the taking of food), intemperate immoderate Iti.23 (bhojanamhi); Dhp.7 (id.); Pp.21.

a + matta + ˚ñu = Sk….

amatteyyatā →

pts

irreverence towards one’s mother DN.iii.70, DN.iii.71.

from matteyyatā

amba →

pts

…garden of mangoes, mango grove Vv.79#5 Vv-a.305.

  • -kañjika mango gruel Vv.33#37 (= ambilakañjika Vv-a.147). *…

ambaka →

pts

Ambaka1

adjective “womanish” (?), inferior, silly, stupid, of narrow intellect. Occurs only with reference to a woman, in…

ambara →

pts

Note. At Ja.v.390 we have to read muraja-ālambara, and not mura-jāla-ambara.

Vedic ambara circumference, horizon

Ambara2

(m…

ambila →

pts

adjective sour, acid; one of the 6 rasas or tastes, viz. a., lavaṇa, tittaka, kaṭuka kasāya, madhura (see under rasa): thus at…

ambu →

pts

…a water-plant Thag.113.

Vedic ambu & ambhas = Gr. ο ̓́μβρος, Lat. imber rain; cp. also Sk. abhra rain-cloud & Gr.; ἀφρός scum:…

ambuda →

pts

“water-giver”, a cloud Dāvs v.32; Sdhp.270, Sdhp.275.

ambu + da fr.

amitta →

pts

…Dhp.207; Ja.vi.274 (˚tāpana harassing the enemies).

Vedic amitra; a + mitta

amitābha →

pts

adjective of boundless or immeasurable splendour Sdhp.255.

a + mita (pp. of ) + ā + bhā

ammā →

pts

…Lat. amita father’s sister & amāre to love

amoha →

pts

adjective not dull. As n. absence of stupidity or delusion DN.iii.214; Pp.25. The form amogha occurs at Ja.vi.26 in the meaning…

amucchita →

pts

adjective not infatuated (lit. not stupified or bewildered), not greedy; only in phrase agathita amucchita anajjhāpanna (or anajjhopanna) DN.iii.46;…

amutra →

pts

adverb in that place, there; in another state of existence DN.i.4, DN.i.14, DN.i.184; Iti.99. Amulha-vinaya

pron. base amu + tra

amutta →

pts

adjective not released, not free from (c. abl.) Iti.93 (mārabandhanā).

a + mutta

amājāta →

pts

…born in the house, of a slave Ja.i.226 (dāsa, so read for āmajāta, an old mistake, expld. by C. forcibly as “āma ahaṃ vo dāsī…

amāmaka →

pts

adjective “not of me” i.e. not belonging to my party, not siding with me Dhp-a.i.66.

a + mama + ka, cp. amama

amānusa →

pts

…Petas)
■ f. ˚ī Dhp.373 (rati = dibbā rati Dhp-a.iv.110); Pv.iii.7#9 (ratti, love).

Vedic amānuṣa, usually of demons, but also of gods;…

amātika →

pts

adjective without a mother, motherless Ja.v.251.

a + mātika from mātā

amāya →

pts

adjective not deceiving, open, honest Snp.941 (see Mnd.422: māyā vuccati vañcanikā cariyā). Cp. next.

a + māyā

amāyāvin →

pts

adjective without guile, not deceiving, honest DN.iii.47 (asaṭha +), DN.iii.55 (id.), DN.iii.237; Dhp-a.i.69 (asaṭhena a.).

a + māyāvin,…

an →

pts

An-

form of the neg. prefix a-before vowels. For negatives beginning with an˚ see the positive.

ana →

pts

Ana-

negative prefix, contained in anappameyya, (Thag.1089), anamatagga & anabhava. See Vinaya Texts ii.113.

anabbhita →

pts

adjective not restored, not to be restored Vin.iv.242; Pv.i.12#3 (where reading prob. faulty & due to a gloss; the id. p. at Thig.129 has ayācita

anabhijjhita →

pts

adjective not desired Snp.40 (cp. Cnd.38); Vv.47#4 (= na abhikankhita Vv-a.201).

an + abhijjhita

anabhijjhā →

pts

absence of covetousness or desire DN.iii.229, DN.iii.269; Dhs.32, Dhs.35, Dhs.277.

an + abhijjhā

anabhijjhālū →

pts

adjective not greedy or covetous DN.iii.82; Pp.40.

an + abhijjhālū

anabhiraddha →

pts

adjective in anger Vin.iv.236.

an + abhiraddha

anabhirata →

pts

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

an + abhirata

anabhisambhuṇamāna →

pts

adjective not obtaining, unable to get or keep up DN.i.101 (= asampāpuṇanto avisahamāno vā DN-a.i.268).

ppr. med. of an + abhisambhuṇāti

anabhāva →

pts

…in a string of four adjectives together expressing the most utter destruction. They are used at Vin.iii.3 of bad qualities, at SN.ii.63 of certain…

anajjhiṭṭha →

pts

adjective uncalled, unbidden, unasked Vin.i.113; Pv.i.12#3 (T. anabbhita, variant reading anijjhiṭṭha Ja.iii.165 has anavhāta; Thig.129…

anala →

pts

adjective

  1. not sufficient, not enough; unable, impossible, unmanageable MN.i.455; Ja.ii.326 = Ja.iv.471.
  2. dissatisfied, insatiate Ja.v.63 (=…

anamatagga →

pts

adjective epithet of Saṃsāra “whose beginning and end are alike unthinkable”, i.e., without beginning or end. Found in two passages of the…

anamha →

pts

adjective being in consternation or distress, crying Ja.iii.223 (˚kāle = ārodana-kāle C.).

according to Morris J.P.T.S. 1884, 70 = ana-mha…

anariya →

pts

adjective not Aiyan, ignoble, low Vin.i.10; DN.iii.232 (˚vohāra, 3 sets of 4 the same at Vin.v.125); Snp.664, Snp.782 (˚dhamma); Pp.13
■ See…

anassaka →

pts

adjective either an-assaka or a-nassaka (q.v.).

anassuṃ →

pts

1st sq, pret. of anusūyati (= Sk. anvaśruvaṃ) I have heard MN.i.393.

anassāsika →

pts

adjective not consoling, discouraging not comforting MN.i.514; SN.ii.191.

an + assāsa + ika; cp. Sk. āśvāsana & BSk. anāśvāsika Divy.207

anassāvin →

pts

adjective not intoxicated, not enjoying or finding pleasure in Snp.853 (sātiyesu a. = sātavatthusa kāmaguṇesu taṇhasanthavavirahita…

anasūyaka →

pts

adjective not grumbling, not envious Ja.ii.192.

Sk. anasūyaka, cp. usūya

anavaya →

pts

adjective not lacking, complete in (loc.), fulfilling DN.i.88 (= anūna paripūra-kārin DN-a.i.248); AN.iii.152 (= samatta paripuṇṇa AA quoted…

anavosita →

pts

adjective unfulfilled, undone Thag.101.

an + avosita; or ana + avosita = avusita?

anaṭi →

pts

to breathe Kp-a.i.124 (in def. of bāla); DN-a.i.244 (read ananti for aṇanti). Cp. pāṇa.

An, Vedic aniti & anati

andha →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.175).

  • -vesa “blind form”, disguise Ja.iii.418.

Vedic andha, Lat. andabata (see Walde, Lat. Wtb. s. v.),…

anedha →

pts

adjective without fuel Ja.iv.26 (= anindhana).

an + edha

aneja →

pts

adjective free from desires or lust DN.ii.157; Snp.920, Snp.1043, Snp.1101, Snp.1112; Iti.91 (opp. ejânuga Mnd.353 = Cnd.55; Dhp.414 (= taṇhāya…

aneka →

pts

adjective (usually ˚-) not one, i.e. many, various; countlcss, numberless Iti.99 (saṃvaṭṭakappā countless aeons); Snp.688 (˚sākhā);…

aneḷa →

pts

…i.e. not dumb, fig. clever, skilled DN.iii.265; Snp.70 (alālāmukha Snp-a.124), cp. Cnd.259.

an + eḷa = ena, see…

aneḷaka →

pts

adjective = aneḷa, pure, clear MN.ii.5; Ja.vi.529.

cp. BSk. aneḍaka, e.g. Avs.i.187, Avs.i.243; Mvu.i.339; Mvu.iii.322

anha →

pts

see pubbanha, majjhanha, sāyanha. Cp. aha.

Vedic ahan

anikhāta →

pts

adjective not dug into, not dug down, not deep Ja.vi.109 (˚kūla; C. agambhīrā).

a + nikhāta, pp. of nikhanati

anikkasāva →

pts

adjective not free from impurity, impure, stained Dhp.9 = Thag.969 = Ja.ii.198 = Ja.v.50; Dhp-a.i.82 (= rāgâdīhi kasāvehi sakasāva).

a +…

animisa →

pts

adjective not winking, waking, watchful Dāvs v.26 (nayana).

Ved. animeṣa, cp. nimisati

anindita →

pts

adjective blameless, faultless Ja.iv.106 (-aṅgin of blameless body or limbs).

a + nindita

anirākata →

pts

adjective see nirankaroti.

a + nirākata

anissara →

pts

adjective without a personal ereator Thag.713.

an + issara

anissukin →

pts

adjective not hard, not greedy, generous DN.iii.47 (+ amaccharin; variant reading anussukin); Snp-a.569 (see under…

anitthi →

pts

…to be a woman, “nonwoman” Ja.ii.126 (compd with anadī a river without water interpreted by ucchiṭṭh-itthi).

an + itthi

aniyamita →

pts

adjective indefinite (as tt. g.) Vv-a.231.

pp. of a + niyameti

aniyata →

pts

adjective not settled, uncertain, doubtful Vin.i.112; Vin.ii.287; DN.iii.217.

a + niyata

aniñjita →

pts

adjective immoveable, undisturbed, unshaken Thag.386.

an + iñjita

anna →

pts

…Kp-a.209 Pv-a.7 Pv-a.8 Pv-a.30 Pv-a.31 Pv-a.43

Vedic anna, orig. pp. of adati to eat

anodaka →

pts

adjective without water, dry Ja.i.307; Dhp-a.i.52; Sdhp.443.

an + udaka

anodissaka →

pts

…exception, general, universal; only in cpd. -vasena universally thoroughly (with ref. to mettā) Ja.i.81; Ja.ii.146; Vv-a.97 (in general;…

anoma →

pts

adjective (only ˚-) not inferior, superior, perfect, supreme, in foll. compounds

  • -guṇa supreme virtue DN-a.i.288. *…

anomajjati →

pts

to rub along over, to stroke, only in phrase gattāni pāṇinā a. to rub over one’s limbs with the hand MN.i.80, MN.i.509; SN.v.216.

anu +…

anorapāra →

pts

adjective having (a shore) neither on this side nor beyond Mil.319.

an + ora + pāra

anosita →

pts

adjective not inhabited (by), not accessible (to) Snp.937 (= anajjhositaṃ Mnd.441 jarādīhi anajjhāvutthaṃ ṭhānaṃ Snp-a.566).

an + ava…

anottappin →

pts

…& Anottappin

adjective not afraid of sin, bold, reckless, shameless DN.iii.252, DN.iii.282 (pp; ahirika); Snp.133 (p; ahirika +); Iti.27,…

anottāpin →

pts

…& Anottappin

adjective not afraid of sin, bold, reckless, shameless DN.iii.252, DN.iii.282 (pp; ahirika); Snp.133 (p; ahirika +); Iti.27,…

anovassaka →

pts

adjective sheltered from the rain, dry Vin.ii.211; Vin.iv.272; Ja.i.172; Ja.ii.50; Ja.iii.73; Dhp-a.ii.263; Thag-a.188.

an + ovassaka

anta →

pts

…extremely, very much, “utterly” Dhp.228 etc See eka.

Vedic antya

Anta3

neuter the lower intestine, bowels…

antaka →

pts

…Dhp.288 (= maraṇa Dhp-a.iii.434).

Vedic antaka

antalikkha →

pts

…= Pv-a.104; Pv.i.3#1 (= vehāyasa-saññita a Pv-a.14); Kp-a.166.

  • -ga going through the air AN.i.215.
  • -cara

antamaso →

pts

adverb even Vin.iii.260; Vin.iv.123; DN.i.168; MN.iii.127; AN.v.195; Ja.ii.129; DN-a.i.170; Snp-a.35; Vv-a.155.

orig. abl. of antama, *Sk….

antara →

pts

…from a threshold) also adverbially: dasa yojanāni a. katvā at a distance of 10 y. Pv-a.139 2. to remove, destroy Ja.vi.56 (variant reading…

antarahita →

pts

adjective

  1. disappeared, gone, left DN.i.222. MN.i.487. Mil.18. Pv-a.245.
  2. in phrase anantarahitāya bhūmiyā (loc) on the bare soil (lit. on…

antaraṭṭhaka →

pts

adjective only in phrases rattisu antaraṭṭhakāsu and antaraṭṭhake hima-pātasamaye (in which antara functions as prep. c. loc.,…

antarika →

pts

adjective “being in between”, i.e.

  1. intermediate, next, following: see an˚.
  2. distant lying in between Pv-a.173 (aneka-yojan˚…

antarā →

pts

…to come in between, to prevent Ja.vi.295.

  • -parinibbāyin an Anāgāmin who passes away in the middle of his term of…

antarāya →

pts

…from, hinder, hold back prevent, destroy Vin.i.15; Ja.vi.171; Vism.120; Pv-a.20.

  • -kara one who causes impediments or bars…

antarāyika →

pts

adjective causing an obstacle, forming an impediment Vin.i.94 = Vin.ii.272; MN.i.130; SN.ii.226 Thag-a.288.

fr. antarāya

antarāyikin →

pts

adjective noun one who meets with an obstacle, finding difficulties Vin.iv.280 (an˚ = asati antarāye).

cp. antarāyika

antavant →

pts

adjective having an end, finite DN.i.22, DN.i.31, DN.i.187; Pts.i.151 sq.; Pts.i.157; Dhs.1099, Dhs.1117, Dhs.1175; Mil.145. -anantavant endless,…

ante →

pts

-vāsika one who lives in, i.e. lodges or lives with his master or teacher, a pupil Vin.i.60; Vin.iii.25; SN.i.180; SN.iv.136; Ja.i.166;…

anti →

pts

…Ja.vi.565 (sāmikass’ anti = antike C.)-Cp. antika.

Vedic anti = Lat ante, Gr. ἀντί, Goth. and; Ags. and-, Ger….

antika →

pts

adjective noun

  1. near Kp-a.217; nt. neighbourhood Kp.viii.1. (odak˚); Ja.vi.565 (antike loc. anti near).
  2. [der fr. anta = Sk. antya] being at…

antima →

pts

adjective last, final (used almost exclusively with ref. to the last & final reincarnation thus in combn. with deha & sarīra;, the last…

anto →

pts

…nadiyaṃ Ja.vi.278; nivesane Ja.ii.323; vasse in the rainy season Ja.iv.242; vimānasmiṃ Pv.i.10#1; sattāhe inside of a week Pv-a.55.

*…

anu →

pts

…look after ˚padinna given over to, ˚pavecchati hand over, ˚paviṭṭha entered into, ˚pasaṃkamati go up to, ˚rodati cry for, ˚socati…

anubbata →

pts

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

Vedic anuvrata, anu + vata

anubhavana →

pts

…and unpleasant“); Mil.60 (vedayita-lakkhaṇā vedanā anubhavana-lakkhaṇā ca); Pv-a.152 (kamma-vipāka˚). Esp. in combn. with…

anubhavati →

pts

…Pv-a.52 (˚issati = vedissati) Sdhp.290. Esp. freq. with dukkhaṃ to suffer pain, e.g Pv-a.i.11#2 (˚bhonti);…

anubhoti →

pts

…Pv-a.52 (˚issati = vedissati) Sdhp.290. Esp. freq. with dukkhaṃ to suffer pain, e.g Pv-a.i.11#2 (˚bhonti);…

anubhāga →

pts

secondary or inferior part, (after-)share, what is left over Vin.ii.167.

anu + bhāga

anubhāva →

pts

…Pv-a.279 etc. -anubhāvena (instr -˚) in accordance with, by means of Ja.ii.200 (angavijjā˚); Pv-a.53 (iddh˚), Pv-a.77 (kamma˚),…

anubodhati →

pts

to wake up, to realise, perceive, understand; aor. anubodhiṃ AN.v.46 (?) = SN.i.126 (anubodhaṃ)
caus -bodheti to awaken, fig. to make see to…

anubrūheti →

pts

…(˚ehi); Cp.iii.1#2 (saṃvegaṃ anubrūhayiṃ aor.); Ja.iii.191 (suññāgāraṃ). Often in phrase vivekaṃ anubrūheti to devote oneself…

anubuddha →

pts

…& pass.), recognised, conceived, seen, known DN.ii.123 (˚ā ime dhammā); SN.i.137 (dhammo vimalen’ ânubuddho ii.203; iv.188; AN.ii.1;…

anubujjhati →

pts

to remember, recollect Ja.iii.387 (with avabujjhati in prec. verse).

anu + bujjhati, Med. of budh, cp. Sk. avabudhyate

anucarati →

pts

to move along, to follow; to practice; pp. anuciṇṇa & anucarita; (q.v.)

anu + cariti

anucchiṭṭha →

pts

adjective (food) that is not thrown away or left over; untouched, clean (food) Ja.iii.257; Dhp-a.ii.3 (vv.ll. anucciṭṭha).

see…

anuciṇṇa →

pts

…(pamādaṃ); Ja.i.20 (verse 126); Thag.236 Thag.2, Thag.206; Dpvs.iv.9. 2. adorned with, accompanied by connected with Ja.iv.286.

pp. of…

anuddharin →

pts

adjective not proud Snp.952 (= anussukin Snp-a.569) see niṭṭhurin.

an + uddharin

anuddhasta →

pts

adjective spoilt, corrupt, degraded MN.i.462 (citta); AN.ii.126 (id.).

anu + dhasta, pp. of anuddhaṃseti, cp. Sk….

anuddhata →

pts

adjective not puffed up, not proud, unconceited calm, subdued Snp.850 (= uddhacca-virahita Snp-a.549, cp. anuṇṇata); Iti.30; Dhp.363 (=…

anuddhaṃseti →

pts

…vā codāpeti vā to reprove, scold, bring down); Iti.42 Usually in ster. phrase rāgo cittaṃ a. lust degrades the heart Vin.iii.111;…

anudhāvin →

pts

adjective noun one who runs after SN.i.9, SN.i.117.

fr. anudhāvati

anudisati →

pts

to point out, direct, bid, address Pv-a.99 (aor. anudesi + anvesi)
pp anudiṭṭha (q.v.).

anu + disati

anudisā →

pts

an intermediate point of the compass, often collectively for the usual 4 intermediate points DN.i.222; SN.i.122; SN.iii.124.

anu + disā

anudūta →

pts

person sent with another, a travelling companion Vin.ii.19, Vin.ii.295; Dhp-a.ii.76, Dhp-a.ii.78.

anu + dūta

anuga →

pts

(-˚) adjective suffix following or followed by, going after, undergoing, being in or under standing under the influence of Snp.332 (vasa˚; in…

anugata →

pts

adjective gone after, accompanied by, come to; following; fig. fallen or gone into, affected with (-˚), being a victim of, suffering MN.i.16;…

anugaṇhāti →

pts

to have pity on, to feel sorry for, to help, give protection DN.i.53 (vācaṃ; cp. DN-a.i.160: sārato agaṇhaṇto); Ja.ii.74; Cnd.50 (ppr. med…

anuggaha →

pts

…up“, compassion, love for, kindness, assistance, help, favour, benefit SN.ii.11 SN.iii.109; SN.iv.104; SN.v.162; AN.i.92, AN.i.114;…

anuggaṇha →

pts

adjective compassionate, ready to help Pv-a.42 ˚sīla.

cp. anuggaha

anuggaṇhataka →

pts

adjective compassionate, commiserating, helping Pv-a.69 (= anukampaka).

= anugganha

anuggaṇhāti →

pts

to have pity on, to feel sorry for, to help, give protection DN.i.53 (vācaṃ; cp. DN-a.i.160: sārato agaṇhaṇto); Ja.ii.74; Cnd.50 (ppr. med…

anugghātin →

pts

adjective not shaking, not jerking, Ja.vi.252; Vv.5#3 (read ˚ī for i); Vv-a.36.

fr. last

anuggāhaka →

pts

adjective helping, assisting SN.iii.5; SN.v.162; Mil.354 (nt. = help).

fr. anuggaha

anugiddha →

pts

greedy after, hankering after, desiring, coveting Snp.86 (anânu˚), Snp.144, Snp.952; Thag.580.

pp. of anugijjhati

anugijjhati →

pts

to be greedy after, to covet Snp.769 (cp. Mnd.12); Ja.iii.207; Ja.iv.4 (= giddhā gathitā hutvā allīyanti C.). pp. -giddhā (q.v.). Cp….

anugāmika →

pts

adjective going along with, following, accompanying; resulting from, consequential on Kp.viii.8 (nidhi a treasure acc. a man to…

anugāmin →

pts

adjective following, attending on; an attendant, follower Snp-a.453 (= anuyutta).

fr. anugacchati

anuhīrati →

pts

to be held up over, ppr. anuhīramāna DN.ii.15 (vv.ll. variant reading anubhiram˚ glosses B. K. anudhāriyam˚, cp….

anujju →

pts

adjective not straight, crooked, bent, in compounds -aṅgin (anujjangin) with (evenly) bent limbs, i.e. with perfect limbs, graceful f. ….

anujānāti →

pts

  1. to give permission, grant, allow Vin.iv.225; AN.ii.197; Pv.iv.1#67; Pv-a.55, Pv-a.79 Pv-a.142.
  2. to advise, prescribe Vin.i.83; Vin.ii.301:…

anujāta →

pts

adjective “born after” i.e. after the image of, resembling, taking after; esp. said of a son (putta), resembling his father, a worthy son Iti.64…

anujīvati →

pts

…i.e. like (acc.), to live for or on, subsist by Ja.iv.271 (= upajīvati, tassânubhāvena jīvitaṃ laddhaṃ (Comm.)
pp anujīvata

anujīvin →

pts

adjective noun living upon, another, dependent; a follower, a dependant AN.i.152; AN.iii.44; Ja.iii.485; Dāvs v.43.

fr. anujīvati

anujīvita →

pts

living (after), living, livelihood, subsistence, life Snp.836 (= jīvitaṃ Snp-a.545).

pp. of anujīvati

anukampati →

pts

to have pity on, to commiserate, to pity, to sympathise with (c. acc.) SN.i.82, SN.i.206 SN.v.189. Imper. anukampa Pv.ii.1#6 (= anuddayaṃ karohi…

anukampin →

pts

adjective compassionate, anxious for, commiserating. Only in foll. phrases: hita˚; full of solicitude for the welfare of SN.v.86; Snp.693;…

anukampita →

pts

adjective compassioned, gratified, remembered, having done a good deed (of mercy Pv.iii.2#30.

pp. of anukampati

anukassati →

pts

…repeat, recite, quote DN.ii.255 (silokaṃ). 2. [Sk. ava- kaṛṣati] to draw or take of, to remove, throw down, Thag.869 (aor….

anukaṅkhin →

pts

adjective striving after, longing for Ja.v.499 (piya˚).

fr. anu + kāṅkṣ

anukhuddaka →

pts

adjective in cpd. khudda˚; whatever there is of minor things, all less important items Vin.ii.287 = DN.ii.154 = Mil.142; Mil.144.

anu + khuddaka

anukiṇṇa →

pts

strewn with, beset with, dotted all over Pv.iv.12#1 (bhamara-gaṇa˚).

pp. of anu + kirati

anukubba →

pts

adjective (-˚) “doing correspondingly” giving back, retaliating Ja.ii.205 (kicca˚)

= Sk. anukurvat, ppr. of anukaroti

anukulaka →

pts

adjective = anukula Sdhp.242 (iccha˚ according to wish).

anukāma →

pts

adjective responding to love, loving in return Ja.ii.157.

anu + kāma

anukārin →

pts

adjective imitating Dāvs v.32.

anukūla →

pts

adjective favourable, agreeable, suitable, pleasant Vv-a.280; spelt anukula at Sdhp.297, Sdhp.312.

  • -bhava complaisance,…

anulitta →

pts

adjective anointed, besmeared Ja.i.266; Pv-a.211.

cp. Sk. anulipta, pp. of anulimpati

anulokin →

pts

adjective looking (up) at, seeing (-˚) MN.i.147 (sīsa˚).

fr. anu + loketi, cp. Sk. & P. avalokin & anuviloketi

anuloma →

pts

adjective “with the hair or grain”, i.e. in natural order, suitable, fit, adapted to, adaptable straight forward DN.ii.273 (anānuloma, q.v.)…

anulomika →

pts

(& -ya) adjective suitable, fit, agreeable; in proper order, adapted to (-˚) Vin.ii.7 (an˚), Vin.iii.120 (an˚ = ananucchaviya); Vin.iv.239;…

anumajjha →

pts

adjective mediocre, without going to extremes Ja.iv.192; Ja.v.387.

anu + majjha

anumata →

pts

…to, finding approval, given leave DN.i.99 (= anuññāta DN-a.i.267); Ja.v.399 (= muta); Mil.185, Mil.212, Mil.231, Mil.275; Pv-a.64 (=…

anumaññati →

pts

to assent, approve, give leave Thag.72
pp anumata (q.v.).

anu + maññati

anumināti →

pts

to observe, draw an inference MN.i.97; Pv-a.227 (˚anto + nayaṃ nento). See also anumīyati.

cf. Sk. anumāti, anu + mināti from mi, Sk….

anummatta →

pts

adjective not out of mind, sane, of sound mind Mil.122; Sdhp.205.

an + ummatta

anumodaka →

pts

adjective one who enjoys, one who is glad of or thankful for (c. acc.) Vin.v.172; Pv-a.122; Sdhf.512.

fr. anumodati

anumodana →

pts

…(give thanks for = locative) karoti (= Latin gratias agere) or vacati (say or tell thanks) ˚ṁ datvā Pv-a.89 ˚ṁ katvā Ja.i.91…

anumīyati →

pts

to observe, conclude or infer from SN.iii.36 Cp. anumināti.

Sk. anumīyate, Pass. of anu + , measure, in sense of Med.

anunadī →

pts

(-tire) along the bank of the river SN.iv.177 should be read anu nadītīre (= anu prep. c. loc.; see under anu A).

anunamati →

pts

to incline, bend (intrs.), give way Mil.372 (of a bow).

anu + namati

anuneti →

pts

to conciliate, appease, win over, flatter SN.i.232 (ppr. anunayamāna); pp. anunīta (q.v.).

anu + neti

anunāsika →

pts

adjective nasal; as tt. g. the sound ṃ; in -lopa apocope of the nasal ṃ Vv-a.114 Vv-a.253, Vv-a.275, Vv-a.333.

anu + nāsā + ika

anunīta →

pts

adjective led, induced SN.iv.71; Snp.781.

pp. of anuneti

anupacināti →

pts

not to observe or notice Ja.v.339 (= anoloketi C.; variant reading anapaviṇāti).

an + upacināti

anupacita →

pts

adjective heaped up, accumulated Thag-a.56.

anu + pa + cita, pp. of anupacināti

anupada →

pts

…i.e. second foot of a verse, also a mode of reciting where the second foot is recited without the first one Vin.iv.15 (cp. 355); Mil.340…

anupaddava →

pts

adjective free from danger, uninjured, safe Vin.ii.79 = Vin.ii.124 (+ anītika); Vin.iii.162; Dhp.338; Dhp-a.iv.48; Pv-a.250 (expln.

anupadeti →

pts

(anuppadeti) to give out, give as a present, hand over; to design, set forth, undertake SN.iii.131 (Pot. anuppadajjuṃ); MN.i.416 (Pot….

anupadhika →

pts

adjective free from attachment (see upadhi) Vin.i.36 (anupadhīka); DN.iii.112 (anupadhika opp. to sa-upadhika); Snp.1057…

anupadinna →

pts

(anuppadinna) given, handed over, furnished, dedicated Pv.i.5#12.

pp. of anupadeti

anupadātar →

pts

(anuppadātar) one who gives, or one who sets forth, effects, designs DN.i.4 (cp DN-a.i.74); AN.ii.209.

n. ag. of anupadeti

anupahata →

pts

…+ hata, pp. of anu + pa + han

Anupahata2

adjective not destroyed, not spoilt Dhp-a.ii.33 (˚jivhapasāda).

an +…

anupajagghati →

pts

to laugh at, to deride, mock over AN.i.198 (variant reading anusaṃ˚).

anu + pa + jagghati

anupakampati →

pts

to shake, move, to be unsteady Thag.191 = Ud.41.

anu + pakampati

anupakkuṭṭha →

pts

adjective blameless, irreproachahle DN.i.113; Vin.iv.160; Snp.p.115; DN-a.i.281.

an + upak˚

anupalitta →

pts

…taint MN.i.319, MN.i.386 (in verse); as -ūpalitta in verse of Sn & Dh: Snp.211 (= lepānaṃ abhāvā Snp-a.261), 392 468, 790, 845;…

anuparidhāvati →

pts

to run up & down or to move round & round (cp. anuparivattati) SN.iii.150 (khīlan).

anu + pari + dhāvati

anuparisakkati →

pts

to move round, to be occupied with, take an interest in (c. acc.) SN.iv.312 (variant reading ˚vattati).

anu + pari + sakkati

anuparivattati →

pts

…anuparivattanti). 3. to move round & round, move on and on keep on rolling (c. acc.), evolve SN.iii.150 (anuparidhāvati +) Mil.253 (anudhāvati…

anupariveṇiyaṃ →

pts

anu A Vin.i.80, Vin.i.106.

anu + pariveṇiyaṃ = loc. of pariveṇi

anupariyāti →

pts

…to go about, to wander or travel all over (c. acc.) Vin.ii.111; SN.i.102, SN.i.124; Thag.1235 (˚pariyeti), Thag.1250 (id. to search) Pv.iii.3#4 (=…

anupariyāya →

pts

adjective going round, encircling, in -patha the path leading or going round the city DN.ii.83 = SN.iv.194 = AN.v.195; AN.iv.107.

adjectivised…

anupassaka →

pts

adjective observing, viewing, contemplating Thag.420.

fr. anupassati

anupassati →

pts

to look at, contemplate, observe Snp.477; Pts.i.57, Pts.i.187; Snp-a.505.

anu + passati

anupassin →

pts

(-˚) adjective viewing, observing, realising SN.ii.84 sq., SN.v.294 sq., SN.v.311 sq., SN.v.345, Dhp.7, Dhp.253; Snp.255, Snp.728; Pts.i.191 sq.;…

anupatta →

pts

…(having) attained, received, got to (c. acc), reached DN.i.87–DN.i.111; DN.ii.2; Iti.38; Snp.027, Snp.635; Dhp.386, Dhp.403; Pv.iv.1#66;…

anupavajja →

pts

adjective blameless, without fault, Mil.391.

grd. of an + upavadati

anupavattaka →

pts

(anuppa˚) adjective to anupavatteti] one who succeeds (another) King or Ruler in the ruling of an empire (cakkaṃ) Mil.342, Mil.362; Snp-a.454….

anupavecchati →

pts

(anuppa˚) to give, give over to, offer up, present, supply Vin.i.221 (˚pavacchati); DN.i.74 (= pavesati DN-a.i.218); DN-a.ii.78; MN.i.446…

anupaveseti →

pts

to make enter, to give over, to supply Snp-a.256 (= ˚pavecchati).

anu + pa + vis, cp. BSk. anupraveśayati Divy.238

anupavisati →

pts

to go into, to enter Dhp.i.290; Vv-a.42 (= ogāhati)
pp -paviṭṭha (q.v.) Caus. -paveseti (q.v.).

anu + pa + visati

anupaya →

pts

adjective unattached, “aloof” SN.i.181 (akankha apiha +).

an + upaya

anupañcāhaṃ →

pts

adverb every five days Pv-a.139 (+ anudasāhaṃ).

anu + pañcā + ahaṃ

anupaṭipāti →

pts

…as adv. in order, successively DN-a.i.277 (kathā = anupubbikathā) Dhp-a.iii.340 (anupaṭipāṭiyā = anupubbena); Vism.244.

anu +…

anupaṭṭhita →

pts

adjective setting out after, following, attacking Ja.v.452.

anu + pa + ṭhita

anupiya →

pts

(anuppiya) adjective flattering, plessant, nt. pleasantness, flattery, in -bhāṇin one who flatters I iii.185; Ja.ii.390; Ja.v.360; and…

anuposiya →

pts

adjective to be nourished or fostered Sdhp.318.

grd. of anu + puṣ

anuppīḷa →

pts

adjective not molested, not oppressed (by robbers etc.) not ruined, free from harm Ja.iii.443 Ja.v.378; Vv-a.351; Pv-a.161.

an + uppīḷa

anupubba →

pts

…in one’s turn, successive, gradual, by and by, regular Vin.ii.237 (mahāsamuddo a˚-ninno etc.); DN.i.184; Snp.511; Ja.v.155 (regularly…

anupubbaka →

pts

adjective = anupubba, in cpd. pubbānupubbaka all in succession or in turn, one by one (on nature of this kind of cpd. see anu B…

anupubbi-kathā →

pts

…regulated exposition of the ever higher values of four subjects (dāna-kathā, sīla˚, sagga˚, magga˚) i.e. charity righteousness, the heavens,…

anupādaṃ →

pts

adverb at the foot Vism.182 (opp. anusīsaṃ at the head).

anu + pāda

anupāhana →

pts

adjective without shoes Ja.vi.552.

an + upāhana

anupālaka →

pts

adjective guarding, preserving Sdhp.474.

anu + pālaka

anupāpeti →

pts

…or attain, to lead to, to give or make find Ja.vi.88; Cp. xi. 4 (aor anupāpayi); Mil.276
pp anupāpita (q.v.).

Caus….

anupātin →

pts

adjective

  1. following, indulging in Ja.iii.523 (khaṇa˚).
  2. attacking, hurting Ja.v.399.

fr. anupāta

anuraho →

pts

adverb in secret, face to face, private MN.i.27.

anu + raho

anurakkhaka →

pts

adjective preserving, keeping up Ja.iv.192 (vaṃsa˚); Ja.vi.1 (id.).

fr. anurakkhati, cp. ˚rakkhin

anurakkhati →

pts

to guard, watch over (acc.), preserve, protect, shield Snp.149; Dhp.327; Ja.i.46; Pp.12
ppr med˚ rakkhamāna(ka) as adj. Sdhp.621.

anu +…

anurakkhin →

pts

adjective guarding, preserving, keeping Ja.v.24.

fr. anurakkhati

anurakkhiya →

pts

adjective in dur˚; difficult to guard Vin.iii.149.

f. anurakkhati

anuratta →

pts

adjective pp. of anu + rañj ] attached or devoted to, fond of, faithful Thig.446 (bhattāraṃ); Ja.i.297; Mil.146.

anurujjhati →

pts

to conform oneself to, have a regard for, approve, to be pleased AN.iv.158; Dhs-a.362
pp anuruddha (q.v.).

Sk….

anurūpa →

pts

adjective suitable, adequate, seeming, fit, worthy; adapted to, corresponding, conform with (-˚ Ja.i.91; Ja.vi.366 (tad˚); Pv-a.61 (ajjhāsaya˚…

anusahagata →

pts

adjective having a residuum, accompanied by a minimum of… SN.iii.130; Kv.81, see *aṇu*˚.

anusandahati →

pts

…q.v.).

anu + saṃ + dhā, cf. Vedic abhi + saṃ + dhā

anusandati →

pts

…to be corrected to anusandahati.

Vedic anusyandati, anu + syad

anusaya →

pts

…of seven anusaya’s, the above five and delusion and craving for rebirth. Hence-forward these lists govern the connotation of the word; but it…

anusayin →

pts

adjective DN.ii.283 (me dīgharatta˚), “for me, so long obsessed (with doubts)”. The reading is uncertain.

fr. anusaya

anusañceteti →

pts

to set ones mind on, concentrate, think over, meditate Pp.12.

anu + saṃ + ceteti

anusaṃvacchara →

pts

adjective yearly Dhp-a.i.388 (nakkhattaṃ). Usually nt. -ṃ as adv. yearly, every year Ja.i.68; Ja.v.99. On use of anu in this…

anusaṃyāyati →

pts

to traverse; to go up to, surround, visit (acc.) MN.i.209 (Bhagavantaṃ ˚itvā) Ja.iv.214 (variant reading anuyāyitvā). See also…

anusibbati →

pts

to interweave Vin.iii.336 (introd. to Sam. Pās.).

anu + sibbati, siv to sew

anusikkhati →

pts

… caus anusikkhāpeti to teach [= Sk anuśikṣayati] Mil.352.

Vedic anuśikṣati; anu + Desid. of śak

anusikkhin →

pts

adjective studying, learning MN.i.100; Dhp.226 (ahoratta˚ = divā ca rattiñ ca tisso sikkhā sikkhamāna Dhp-a.iii.324).

fr. anusikhati

anusiṭṭha →

pts

instructed, admonished, advised; ordered, commanded MN.ii.96; Ja.i.226; Pv.ii.8#11; Mil.284, Mil.349.

Vedic anuśiṣṭa, pp. of anusāsati

anussada →

pts

adjective anussuta*; v.l K.B. anussada; Dhp-a.iv.165 explains with taṇhā-ussāvâbhāva vv.ll. ˚ussada˚); Iti.97 (vv.ll….

anussarati →

pts

to remember, recollect, have memory of (acc.), bear in mind; be aware of DN.ii.8, DN.ii.53, DN.ii.54 (jātito etc.); SN.iii.86 sq. (pubbenivāsaṃ),…

anussati →

pts

…to 10 subjects (the above plus ānāpāna-sati, maraṇa-sati, kāyagatā-sati upasamānussati) at AN.i.30, AN.i.42 (cp. Lal.34). For…

anussava →

pts

…(cf. itihītihaṃ).

anu + sava fr. śru, cp. Vedic śravas nt.

anussavika →

pts

adjective “belonging to hearsay”, traditional; one who is familiar with tradition or who learns from hearsay MN.i.520; MN.ii.211. Cp….

anussuka →

pts

adjective free from greed Dhp.199; cf. anussukin variant reading DN.iii.47, also anissukin and apalāsin.

an + ussuka

anussuta →

pts

Anussuta1

adjective free from lust Dhp.400 (= ussāvâvena anussuta C.). See also anussada.

an + ussuta, ud +…

anussutika →

pts

adjective according to tradition or report, one who goes by or learns from hearsay DN-a.i.106, DN-a.i.107.

fr. anu + śru, cp. anussavika

anussāvaka →

pts

one who proclaims or announces, a speaker (of a kammavācā) Vin.i.74.

fr. anussāveti

anussāvana →

pts

(f.) a proclamation Vin.i.317, Vin.i.340; Vin.v.170, Vin.v.186, Vin.v.202 sq.

fr. anussāveti

anussāveti →

pts

…ppr. Pass.), Vin.ii.48 (saddaṃ a.)
pp anussāvita.

anu + sāveti, Caus. of śru, cp. B.Sk….

anussāvita →

pts

proclaimed, announced Vin.i.103.

pp. of anussāveti

anusumbhati →

pts

to adorn, embellish, prepare Ja.vi.76.

anu + sumbhati (sobhati); śubh or (Vedic) śumbh

anusuyyaka →

pts

adjective not envious, not jealous Snp.325 (= usuyyāvigamena a. Snp-a.332); Ja.ii.192 (variant reading anussuyyaka); Ja.v.112.

an + usuyyaka

anusārin →

pts

(-˚) adjective following, striving after,