Szótár

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yāna, 508 találat.

yāna →

bodhirasa

vehicle, carriage, wagon etc.

AN 3.13 āsaṃsasuttaṃ

so ca hoti dubbaṇṇo duddasiko okoṭimako bavhābādho kāṇo vā kuṇī vā khañjo vā pakkhahato vā, na lābhī annassa pānassa vatthassa yānassa mālāgandhavilepanassa seyyāvasathapadīpeyyassa.

SNP 45 tissametteyyasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 7

eko pubbe caritvāna, methunaṃ yo nisevati, yānaṃ bhantaṃ va taṃ loke, hīnam'āhu puthujjanaṃ.

yāna →

pts

…Thag-a.257); and brahma-yāna dhamma-yāna “the very best & excellent carriage” as epithet of magga SN.v.5, cp. Ja.iv.100 Cp. the later…

aheṭhayāna →

bodhirasa

not harming, not hurting, not disturbing

SN 35.240 kummopamasuttaṃ

kummo aṅgāni sake kapāle, samodahaṃ bhikkhu manovitakke, anissito aññam'aheṭhayāno, parinibbuto nūpavadeyya kañcī'ti.

alamariyañāṇadassanavisesa →

bodhirasa

distinction in knowledge and vision suitable for a noble person, attainment of understanding and outlook proper for a noble one

AN 10.48 dasadhammasuttaṃ

atthi nu kho me uttari manussadhammo alam'ariyañāṇadassanaviseso adhigato, yen'āhaṃ pacchime kāle sabrahmacārīhi puṭṭho na maṅku bhavissāmī'ti pabbajitena abhiṇhaṃ paccavekkhitabbaṃ

amataparāyaṇa →

bodhirasa

destined for the deathless, bound for immortality

SN 48.44 pubbakoṭṭhakasuttaṃ

paññindriyaṃ bhāvitaṃ bahulīkataṃ amatogadhaṃ hoti amataparāyaṇaṃ amatapariyosānan'ti

anupādiyāna →

bodhirasa

not attaching (to), not taking as “mine”, not grasping (onto), not clinging (to)

DHP 20 yamakavaggo

appam'pi ce sahitaṃ bhāsamāno, dhammassa hoti anudhammacārī, rāgañ'ca dosañ'ca pahāya mohaṃ, sammappajāno suvimuttacitto, anupādiyāno idha vā huraṃ vā, sa bhāgavā sāmaññassa hoti.

SNP 52 tuvaṭakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 14

pucchāmi taṃ ādiccabandhu, vivekaṃ santipadañ'ca mahesi, kathaṃ disvā nibbāti bhikkhu, anupādiyāno lokasmiṃ kiñci.

apatthayāna →

bodhirasa

not wishing (for), not aspiring (for), not craving (for), not hoping (for)

SNP 51 mahābyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 13

sīlabbataṃ vā'pi pahāya sabbaṃ, kammañ'ca sāvajj'anavajjam'etaṃ, suddhiṃ asuddhin'ti apatthayāno, virato care santim'anuggahāya.

ayana →

bodhirasa

way, going

DN 22.1 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

eka-ayano ayaṃ bhikkhave maggo sattānaṃ visuddhiyā sokaparidevānaṃ samatikkamāya dukkhadomanassānaṃ atthaṅ'gamāya ñāyassa adhigamāya nibbānassa sacchikiriyāya yad'idaṃ cattāro satipaṭṭhānā.

devayāna →

bodhirasa

celestial chariot, vehicle of the gods, spaceship

SNP 7 vasalasuttaṃ uragavaggo 7

devayānaṃ abhiruyha, virajaṃ so mahāpathaṃ, kāmarāgaṃ virājetvā, brahmalok'ūpago ahu, na naṃ jāti nivāresi, brahmalok'ūpapattiyā.

ekāyana →

bodhirasa

direct path, one-way

DN 22.1 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

ekāyano ayaṃ bhikkhave maggo sattānaṃ visuddhiyā sokaparidevānaṃ samatikkamāya dukkhadomanassānaṃ atthaṅ'gamāya ñāyassa adhigamāya nibbānassa sacchikiriyāya yad'idaṃ cattāro satipaṭṭhānā

iriyāna →

bodhirasa

moving about, going around

SNP 53 attadaṇḍasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 15

sa ve vidvā sa vedagū, ñatvā dhammaṃ anissito, sammā so loke iriyāno, na pihet'īdha kassaci.

kalyāṇa →

bodhirasa

good, favourable, propitious, beneficial

AN 10.48 dasadhammasuttaṃ

kammassakomhi kammadāyādo kammayoni kammabandhu kammapaṭisaraṇo, yaṃ kammaṃ karissāmi kalyāṇaṃ vā pāpakaṃ vā tassa dāyādo bhavissāmī'ti pabbajitena abhiṇhaṃ paccavekkhitabbaṃ

AN 3.27 jigucchitabbasuttaṃ

kiñcāpi, bhikkhave, evarūpassa puggalassa na diṭṭhānugatiṃ āpajjati, atha kho naṃ kalyāṇo kittisaddo abbhuggacchati, kalyāṇamitto purisapuggalo kalyāṇasahāyo kalyāṇasampavaṅko'ti.

kalyāṇa →

bodhirasa

goodness, good deeds, virtue, merit, benefit

DHP 116 pāpavaggo

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

SNP 54 sāriputtasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 16

paññaṃ purakkhatvā kalyāṇa-pīti, vikkhambhaye tāni parissayāni, aratiṃ sahetha sayanamhi pante, caturo sahetha paridevadhamme.

kalyāṇadhamma →

bodhirasa

good-natured, upright nature, of solid character

AN 3.27 jigucchitabbasuttaṃ

katamo ca, bhikkhave, puggalo sevitabbo bhajitabbo payirupāsitabbo? idha, bhikkhave, ekacco puggalo sīlavā hoti kalyāṇadhammo.

kalyāṇakamma →

bodhirasa

good deed, beneficial action, act of kindness

VISM 1.9.2 karuṇā bhāvanā kathā

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

kalyāṇamitta →

bodhirasa

with excellent friends, with good spiritual companions

AN 3.27 jigucchitabbasuttaṃ

kiñcāpi, bhikkhave, evarūpassa puggalassa na diṭṭhānugatiṃ āpajjati, atha kho naṃ kalyāṇo kittisaddo abbhuggacchati, kalyāṇamitto purisapuggalo kalyāṇasahāyo kalyāṇasampavaṅko'ti.

kalyāṇamitta →

bodhirasa

excellent friend, good spiritual companion

THI 63 kisāgotamī therīgāthā

kalyāṇamittatā muninā, lokaṃ ādissa vaṇṇitā, kalyāṇamitte bhajamāno, api bālo paṇḍito assa.

kalyāṇamittatā →

bodhirasa

excellent friendship, spiritual companionship

AN 10.73 iṭṭhadhammasuttaṃ

uṭṭhānaṃ anālasyaṃ bhogānaṃ āhāro, maṇḍanā vibhūsanā vaṇṇassa āhāro, sappāyakiriyā ārogyassa āhāro, kalyāṇamittatā sīlānaṃ āhāro

kalyāṇapāpaka →

bodhirasa

good and bad, good and evil

MN 2.2 sabbāsavasuttaṃ

atha vā pan'assa evaṃ diṭṭhi hoti, yo me ayaṃ attā vado vedeyyo tatra tatra kalyāṇapāpakānaṃ kammānaṃ vipākaṃ paṭisaṃvedeti so kho pana me ayaṃ attā nicco dhuvo sassato avipariṇāmadhammo sassatisamaṃ tath'eva ṭhassatī'ti

kalyāṇapīti →

bodhirasa

good delight, excellent joy

SNP 54 sāriputtasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 16

paññaṃ purakkhatvā kalyāṇapīti, vikkhambhaye tāni parissayāni, aratiṃ sahetha sayanamhi pante, caturo sahetha paridevadhamme.

kalyāṇasahāya →

bodhirasa

with good companions, having good friends

AN 3.27 jigucchitabbasuttaṃ

kiñcāpi, bhikkhave, evarūpassa puggalassa na diṭṭhānugatiṃ āpajjati, atha kho naṃ kalyāṇo kittisaddo abbhuggacchati, kalyāṇamitto purisapuggalo kalyāṇasahāyo kalyāṇasampavaṅko'ti.

kalyāṇasampavaṅka →

bodhirasa

with good associates, having good companions

AN 3.27 jigucchitabbasuttaṃ

kiñcāpi, bhikkhave, evarūpassa puggalassa na diṭṭhānugatiṃ āpajjati, atha kho naṃ kalyāṇo kittisaddo abbhuggacchati, kalyāṇamitto purisapuggalo kalyāṇasahāyo kalyāṇasampavaṅko'ti.

kalyāṇavāca →

bodhirasa

well-spoken, eloquent

AN 4.97 khippanisantisuttaṃ

no ca kalyāṇavāco hoti kalyāṇavākkaraṇo poriyā vācāya samannāgato vissaṭṭhāya anelagalāya atthassa viññāpaniyā

kalyāṇavākkaraṇa →

bodhirasa

well-spoken, eloquent

DN 4.5 soṇadaṇḍasuttaṃ

bahussuto ca soṇadaṇḍo brāhmaṇo, kalyāṇavākkaraṇo ca soṇadaṇḍo brāhmaṇo, paṇḍito ca soṇadaṇḍo brāhmaṇo, pahoti ca soṇadaṇḍo brāhmaṇo samaṇena gotamena saddhiṃ asmiṃ vacane paṭimantetun'ti

AN 4.97 khippanisantisuttaṃ

no ca kalyāṇavāco hoti kalyāṇavākkaraṇo poriyā vācāya samannāgato vissaṭṭhāya anelagalāya atthassa viññāpaniyā

kāmayāna →

bodhirasa

wanting, desiring, craving

SNP 39 kāmasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 1

tassa ce kāmayānassa, chandajātassa jantuno, te kāmā parihāyanti, sallaviddho'va ruppati.

maccuparāyaṇa →

bodhirasa

subject to death, lit. ending in death

SN 48.41 jarādhammasuttaṃ

yo'pi vassasataṃ jīve, so'pi maccuparāyaṇo, na kiñci parivajjeti, sabbam'ev'ābhimaddatī'ti.

mahāsayana →

bodhirasa

grand chair, grand bed, great couch

MN 27 cūḷa hatthipadopamasuttaṃ

uccāsayana-mahāsayanā paṭivirato hoti jātarūpa-rajata-paṭiggahaṇā paṭivirato hoti

majjhekalyāṇa →

bodhirasa

good in the middle, beneficial in the middle

AN 7.6 vitthatadhanasuttaṃ

ye te dhammā ādikalyāṇā majjhekalyāṇā pariyosānakalyāṇā sātthaṃ sabyañjanaṃ, kevalaparipuṇṇaṃ parisuddhaṃ brahmacariyaṃ abhivadanti

AN 8.2 paññāsuttaṃ

ye te dhammā ādikalyāṇā majjhekalyāṇā pariyosānakalyāṇā sātthaṃ sabyañjanaṃ, kevalaparipuṇṇaṃ parisuddhaṃ brahmacariyaṃ abhivadanti

metteyyapañha →

bodhirasa

questions of Mettaya, a sutta in the Pārāyanavagga of the Sutta Nipāta, also known as tissametteyya-māṇava-pucchā

AN 6.61 majjhesuttaṃ

tena kho pana samayena sambahulānaṃ therānaṃ bhikkhūnaṃ pacchābhattaṃ piṇḍapātapaṭikkantānaṃ maṇḍalamāḷe sannisinnānaṃ sannipatitānaṃ ayam'antarākathā udapādi, vuttam'idaṃ, āvuso, bhagavatā pārāyane metteyyapañhe.

nibbānaparāyaṇa →

bodhirasa

culminating in nibbāna, destined for nibbāna

SN 48.42 uṇṇābha brāhmaṇasuttaṃ

accayāsi, brāhmaṇa, pañhaṃ, n'āsakkhi pañhassa pariyantaṃ gahetuṃ. nibbānogadhañ'hi, brāhmaṇa, brahmacariyaṃ vussati nibbānaparāyaṇaṃ nibbānapariyosānan'ti.

pariyosānakalyāṇa →

bodhirasa

good at the end, beneficial at the conclusion

AN 7.6 vitthatadhanasuttaṃ

ye te dhammā ādikalyāṇā majjhekalyāṇā pariyosānakalyāṇā sātthaṃ sabyañjanaṃ, kevalaparipuṇṇaṃ parisuddhaṃ brahmacariyaṃ abhivadanti

AN 8.2 paññāsuttaṃ

ye te dhammā ādikalyāṇā majjhekalyāṇā pariyosānakalyāṇā sātthaṃ sabyañjanaṃ, kevalaparipuṇṇaṃ parisuddhaṃ brahmacariyaṃ abhivadanti

parāyana →

bodhirasa

destined for, culminating in, lit. going beyond

SN 22.109 sotāpannasuttaṃ

ayaṃ vuccati, bhikkhave, ariyasāvako sotāpanno avinipātadhammo niyato sambodhi-parāyano'ti

parāyaṇa →

bodhirasa

destined (for), culminating (in), going towards, lit. going beyond

SN 48.44 pubbakoṭṭhakasuttaṃ

paññindriyaṃ bhāvitaṃ bahulīkataṃ amat'ogadhaṃ hoti amata-parāyaṇaṃ amata-pariyosānan'ti

SNP 69 posāla māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 14

viññāṇaṭṭhitiyo sabbā, abhijānaṃ tathāgato, tiṭṭhantam'enaṃ jānāti, vimuttaṃ ta-pparāyaṇaṃ.

parāyaṇa →

bodhirasa

finding support in, depending on, relying on

AN 5.57 abhiṇhapaccavekkhitabbaṭhānasuttaṃ

n'āhaṃ bhabbo etarahi, kāmāni paṭisevituṃ, anivatti bhavissāmi, brahmacariya-parāyaṇo'ti.

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

alīnacitto ca siyā, na c'āpi bahu cintaye, nirāmagandho asito, brahmacariya-parāyaṇo.

patthayāna →

bodhirasa

wishing (for), aspiring (for), craving (for)

ITI 76 sukhapatthanāsuttaṃ

sīlaṃ rakkheyya medhāvī, patthayāno tayo sukhe, pasaṃsaṃ vittalābhañ'ca, pecca sagge pamodanaṃ.

puṇṇakapañha →

bodhirasa

Question of Punnaka, a sutta in the Pārāyana Vagga of the Sutta Nipāta

AN 4.41 samādhibhāvanāsuttaṃ

idañ'ca pana m'etaṃ, bhikkhave, sandhāya bhāsitaṃ pārāyane puṇṇakapañhe.

pārāyana →

bodhirasa

Way to the Far Shore, Way to the Beyond, last chapter of the Sutta Nipāta

AN 4.41 samādhibhāvanāsuttaṃ

idañ'ca pana m'etaṃ, bhikkhave, sandhāya bhāsitaṃ pārāyane puṇṇakapañhe.

AN 6.61 majjhesuttaṃ

tena kho pana samayena sambahulānaṃ therānaṃ bhikkhūnaṃ pacchābhattaṃ piṇḍapātapaṭikkantānaṃ maṇḍalamāḷe sannisinnānaṃ sannipatitānaṃ ayam'antarākathā udapādi, vuttam'idaṃ, āvuso, bhagavatā pārāyane metteyyapañhe.

saggaparāyaṇa →

bodhirasa

destined for heaven

JA 180 duddada jātakaṃ

tasmā satañca asataṃ, nānā hoti ito gati, asanto nirayaṃ yanti, santo saggaparāyaṇā'ti.

sakāyana →

bodhirasa

own path, own way, own method

SNP 50 cūḷabyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 12

idh'eva suddhi iti vādayanti, n'āññesu dhammesu visuddhim'āhu, evam'pi titthyā puthuso niviṭṭhā, sakāyane tattha daḷhaṃ vadānā.

SNP 51 mahābyūhasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 13

saddhammapūjā'pi nesaṃ tath'eva, yathā pasaṃsanti sakāyanāni, sabb'eva vādā tathiyā bhaveyyuṃ, suddhī hi nesaṃ paccattam'eva.

sayana →

bodhirasa

bed, sleeping place, couch, furniture

AN 4.63 brahmasuttaṃ

tasmā hi ne namasseyya, sakkareyya ca paṇḍito, annena atha pānena, vatthena sayanena ca, ucchādanena nhāpanena, pādānaṃ dhovanena ca.

AN 8.30 anuruddha mahāvitakkasuttaṃ

evam'evaṃ te tiṇa-santhāraka-sayana-āsanaṃ khāyissati santuṭṭhassa viharato ratiyā aparitassāya phāsuvihārāya okkamanāya nibbānassa

sayana →

bodhirasa

sleeping, lying down

AN 10.176 cundasuttaṃ

ehi tvaṃ, ambho purisa, kālass'eva uṭṭhahanto'va sayanamhā pathaviṃ āmaseyyāsi

BV 2.77 sumedha patthanā kathā

dassanaṃ me atikkante, sasaṅghe lokanāyake, sayanā vuṭṭhahitvāna, pallaṅkaṃ ābhujiṃ tadā.

sayanāsana →

bodhirasa

living place, lit. sleeping and sitting

AN 8.30 anuruddha mahāvitakkasuttaṃ

evam'evaṃ te tiṇa-santhāraka-sayanāsanaṃ khāyissati santuṭṭhassa viharato ratiyā aparitassāya phāsuvihārāya okkamanāya nibbānassa

SNP 54 sāriputtasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 16

ucc'āvacesu sayanesu, kīvanto tattha bheravā, yehi bhikkhu na vedheyya, nigghose sayanāsane.

sayāna →

bodhirasa

lying down

DN 22.3 mahāsatipaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

puna caparaṃ bhikkhave bhikkhu gacchanto vā gacchāmī'ti pajānāti ṭhito vā ṭhitomhī'ti pajānāti nisinno vā nisinnomhī'ti pajānāti sayāno vā sayāno'mhī'ti pajānāti

sirisayana →

bodhirasa

royal bed

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

varabhojanaṃ bhuñjitvā uposathaṅgāni adhiṭṭhāya alaṅkatapaṭiyattaṃ sirigabbhaṃ pavisitvā sirisayane nipannā niddaṃ okkamamānā imaṃ supinaṃ addasa.

uccāsayana →

bodhirasa

high bed, grand bed

MN 27 cūḷa hatthipadopamasuttaṃ

uccāsayana-mahāsayanā paṭivirato hoti jātarūpa-rajata-paṭiggahaṇā paṭivirato hoti

undriyana →

bodhirasa

splitting, shattering, breaking apart

DHPa 1.5.1 aññatarapurisa vatthu

mahājano attano attano puttadhītuñātīnaṃ atthāya paridevamāno mahāsaddam'akāsi, mahāpathavī-undriyana-saddo viya ahosi.

uyyāna →

bodhirasa

park, pleasure grove, lit. walk out

SN 46.6 kuṇḍaliyasuttaṃ

ārāmena ārāmaṃ uyyānena uyyānaṃ anucaṅkamāmi anuvicarāmi

THI 53 sujātā therīgāthā

annaṃ pānañ'ca ādāya, khajjaṃ bhojjaṃ anappakaṃ, gehato nikkhamitvāna, uyyānam'abhihārayiṃ.

uyyānabhūmi →

bodhirasa

parkland, pleasure park grounds

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

ath'ekadivasaṃ bodhisatto uyyānabhūmiṃ gantu'kāmo sārathiṃ āmantetvā, rathaṃ yojehī'ti āha.

uyyānapāla →

bodhirasa

park-keeper, groundsman

JAa 14 vātamiga jātakavaṇṇanā

uyyānapālo tassa madhumakkhitatiṇesu paluddhabhāvaṃ ñatvā anukkamena attānaṃ dassesi.

yānada →

bodhirasa

giving a vehicle, who gives a vehicle

SN 1.42 kiṃdadasuttaṃ

annado balado hoti, vatthado hoti vaṇṇado, yānado sukhado hoti, dīpado hoti cakkhudo.

ādikalyāṇa →

bodhirasa

good in the beginning, beneficial in the beginning

VIN 0 verañjakaṇḍaṃ

so dhammaṃ deseti ādikalyāṇaṃ majjhekalyāṇaṃ pariyosānakalyāṇaṃ sātthaṃ sabyañjanaṃ

AN 8.2 paññāsuttaṃ

ye te dhammā ādikalyāṇā majjhekalyāṇā pariyosānakalyāṇā sātthaṃ sabyañjanaṃ, kevalaparipuṇṇaṃ parisuddhaṃ brahmacariyaṃ abhivadanti

ādiyāna →

bodhirasa

taking up, grasping

SNP 43 paramaṭṭhakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 5

tass'īdha diṭṭhe va sute mute vā, pakappitā n'atthi aṇū'pi saññā, taṃ brāhmaṇaṃ diṭṭhim'an-ādiyānaṃ, ken'īdha lokasmiṃ vikappayeyya.

āsavānaṃ khayañāṇa →

bodhirasa

knowledge of the extinction of the effluents, understanding how the impurities are destroyed

MN 39 mahāassapurasuttaṃ

so evaṃ samāhite citte parisuddhe pariyodāte anaṅgaṇe vigatūpakkilese mudubhūte kammaniye ṭhite āneñjappatte āsavānaṃ khayañāṇāya cittaṃ abhininnāmeti

aggivessana →

dppn

Probably the name 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 Buddha in addressing Saccaka Nigaṇṭhap …

ajitamāṇava →

dppn

AjitamāṇavaAjita

One of the disciples of Bāvarī who visited the Buddha at the request of their teacher.

He was the first to question the Buddha, and the questions asked by him form the Ajitamāṇavapu …

ajātasattu →

dppn

AjātasattuVedehiputta

Son of Bimbisāra, King of Māgadha, and therefore half-brother to Abhayarājakumāra. He murdered his father to gain the throne, and conspired with Devadatta to kill the Buddha, b …

ambaṭṭha →

dppn

AmbaṭṭhaAmbaṭṭhamāṇava

A brahmin youth of the Ambaṭṭha clan who lived with his teacher, Pokkharasādi, at Ukkaṭṭha. He was learned in the three Vedas and the correlated branches of knowledge, includin …

aparagoyāna →

dppn

…each cakkavāla (world-system) has an Aparagoyāna.

5continent

asita →

dppn

Asita1KaṇhāsiriKāladevala

An ascetic who possessed various psychic powers. Once, while in Tāvatiṃsā heaven, he saw the whole city decked with splendour and the gods engaged in great rejoic …

assalāyana →

dppn

A young brahmin, sixteen years old, of Sāvatthī, 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 refute his …

bimbisāra →

dppn

…cetiya in Latthivanuyyāna, whither Bimbisāra, accompanied by twelve nahutas of householders, went to pay to him his respects. The Buddha…

disā →

dppn

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

dīghakārāyana →

dppn

Nephew of Bandhula, commander-in-chief of Pasenadi. After Bandhula’s death, Dīgha was appointed in his place and accompanied the king. Once, during their travels, they came to Nangaraka and, hearing …

giñjakāvasatha →

dppn

A brick hall at Nādikā. The Buddha stayed there on various occasions during his visits to Nādikā. It was during one of these visits that Ambapāli presented her park to the Buddha and the Order. Vin.i. …

gundāvana →

dppn

GundāvanaKundāvanaGuṇḍāvanaKuṇḍāvana

A forest in Madhurā. Mahā Kaccāna stayed there and was visited by Avantiputta, king of Madhurā, to whom he preached the Madhurā Sutta, MN.ii.83f. and by the bra …

isipatana →

dppn

IsipatanaMigadayaDeer Park

An open space near Benares, the site of the famous Migadāya or Deer Park. It was eighteen leagues from Uruvelā, and when Gotama gave up his austere penances his friends, th …

kaccāna →

dppn

Kaccāna1

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

Kaccāna or Kaccāyana is the name of a family, the Kaccānagotta. …

kaddamadaha →

dppn

A river where Mahākaccāyana sometimes stayed.

Avanti3river

kamboja →

dppn

KambojaKambojjaKambujaKambujjaKambojaka

One of the sixteen Great Nations which, with Gandhāra, belonged, not to the Majjhimadesa but, evidently, to the Uttarāpatha. AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 AN.iv.256 AN.iv …

kandarāyana →

dppn

KandarāyanaKundarāyana

A brahmin. He visited Mahā Kaccāna at the Gundavana near Madhurā and accused him of not paying due respect to elderly brahmins, but when Mahā Kaccāna preached to him he express …

kaṇha →

dppn

Kaṇha1

Son 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 the ancestor of the Kaṇhāyanagotta. DN.i.93 Lat …

kaṇhāyanā →

dppn

The name of the family to which belonged Ambaṭṭha. DN.i.93 The family was descended from a sage named Kaṇha.

koṭigāma →

dppn

A village in the vicinity of Bhaddiyanagara. During his last tour the Buddha crossed the river at Pāṭaligāma, went on to Koṭigāma, and remained in that village preaching to the monks. Hearing that the …

kātiyāna →

dppn

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

laṭṭhivana →

dppn

…grove to the southwest of Rājagaha. In it was the Supatiṭṭha cetiya, where the Buddha stayed during his…

madhurā →

dppn

MadhurāMathurā

The capital of Surasena, situated on the Yamunā. Its king, soon after the death of Bimbisāra, was Avantiputta, MN.ii.83 who, judging by his name, was probably related to the royal fami …

mahākaccāyana →

dppn

MahākaccāyanaKaccāyanaMahākaccānaKaccāna

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

medāḷupa →

dppn

MedāḷupaMedatalumpa

A Sākyan village three leagues from Nagaraka. MN.ii.119 Pasenadi when staying there with Dīgha Kārāyana, heard that the Buddha was there and visited him. On this occasion was prea …

meṇḍaka →

dppn

A very rich householder of Bhaddiyanagara in Aṅga. It is said Vin.i.240f. that when he went to his granaries after his ceremonial bath, as he stood at the door, showers of grain would fall from heav …

nagaraka →

dppn

Nagaraka Naṅgaraka

A Sākyan township near Medatalumpa. From there Pasenadi, accompanied by Dīgha-Kārāyana, paid his last visit to the Buddha, as recorded in the Dhammacetiya Sutta. MN.ii.118

The Bu …

nāṭasuriyā →

dppn

NāṭasuriyāNātapuriya

A city in Uttarakuru. DN.iii.200

5town

okkāka →

dppn

A king, ancestor of the Sākyas and the Kolians.

In the Ambaṭṭha Sutta DN.i.92 it is stated that Okkāka, being fond of his queen and wishing to transfer the kingdom to her son, banished from the kingd …

pakudha →

dppn

…KaccāyanaPakudha KātiyānaKakudha KaccāyanaKakudha Kātiyāna

Head of one of the six heretical sects of the Buddha’s time. In the…

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.

puṇṇa →

dppn

Puṇṇa1

He was born in the family of a householder of Suppāraka in the Sunāparanta country. One day he asked the Buddha for a short lesson so that, having learnt it, he might go back to dwe …

pārāyana →

dppn

Pārāyana

The fifth and last division of the Sutta Nipāta. Snp.976ff. It consists of sixteen suttas preceded by an introduction. The introduction describes how Bāvarī first heard of the coming of th …

rājagaha →

dppn

A city, the capital of Māgadha.

The place was called Giribbaja (mountain stronghold) because it was surrounded by five hills—Paṇḍava, Gijjhakūṭa, Vebhāra, Isigili and Vepulla. It is said MN.iii.68 th …

sikhāmoggallāna →

dppn

SikhāmoggallānaSikhāMoggallāna

A brahmin who once visited the Buddha, saying that he had been told by Soṇakāyana that the Buddha preached the ineffectiveness of all deeds and asking if this were true …

soṇakāyana →

dppn

A youth who, according to Sikhā Moggallāna, went about saying that the Buddha proclaimed the ineffectiveness of all deeds, and thereby preached the annihilation of the world. The Buddha said he did no …

suppatiṭṭha cetiya →

dppn

Suppatiṭṭha CetiyaSupatiṭṭhacetiya

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

near the Latthivanuyyāna3shrine

sāvatthī →

dppn

The capital city of Kosala in India and one of the six great Indian cities during the lifetime of the Buddha. DN.ii.147 It was six leagues from Sāketa. Vin.i.253 It was on the banks of the Aciravatī.V …

tāyana →

dppn

A devaputta. He visited the Buddha at Sāvatthī and uttered certain verses in the hearing of the monks, telling of the necessity of following the recluse’s calling with energy and sincerity. After hi …

uttarakuru →

dppn

…others being Aparagoyāna, Pubbavideha and Jambudīpa—each being surrounded by five hundred minor islands. AN.i.227 AN.v.59 These four…

vakkali →

dppn

Vakkali

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of never relinquishing energy, whether ill or happy, while meditating in the forest. Thag.350–354 The Buddha declared him foremost among those of implicit …

veḷukaṇṭakī →

dppn

VeḷukaṇṭakīVeḷukaṇḍakīVeḷukaṇḍakiyāVeḷukaṇṭakiyā

A lady of Veḷukaṇṭa. She is mentioned as an exemplary lay woman.AN.i.88 AN.ii.164 AN.i.26 SN.ii.236 She founded, for the Order headed by Sāriputta and …

veḷuvana →

dppn

…he stayed at the Latthivanuyyāna. Vin.i.35 The day after his arrival, he accepted the king’s invitation to a meal at the palace, at the end of…

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.

yakkha →

dppn

A class of non human beings generally described as non-human. They are mentioned with Devas, Rakkhasas, Dānavas, Gandhabbas, Kinnaras, and Mahoragas (? Nāgas).

Elsewhere AN.ii.38 they rank, in progr …

yona →

dppn

YonaYavānaYonakā

A country and its people. The name is probably the Pāḷi equivalent for Ionians, the Baktrian Greeks. The Yonas are mentioned with the Kambojas in the Assalāyana Sutta MN.ii.149 as pl …

ākoṭaka →

dppn

…schools: Pakuddha-Kātiyāna (sic), Nigaṇṭha, Makkhali, Pūraṇa. Vetambari made rejoinder to Ākoṭaka, speaking disparagingly of the…

kalyāna-mitta →

farkas

jóbarát, kedvező hatású barát

abhipatthayana →

ncped

anuvidhīyanā →

ncped

acting in accordance with; acting in conformity.

anādiyana →

ncped

apayāna →

ncped

going away, retreat.

avhāyana →

ncped

summoning, invitation; invocation; name.

añjasayana →

ncped

the straight course

caviyāna →

ncped

of cavati

caviyānaṃ →

ncped

of cavati

cetapariyañāṇa →

ncped

the knowledge (that is) encompassing, comprehending, the thoughts (of others)

daṇḍaparāyana →

ncped

dependent on a stick.

dhūmāyanā →

ncped

smoking, smoldering; pondering.

dhūpāyanā →

ncped

ekāyana →

ncped

narrow, passable by only one person; being the only way

gilāyana →

ncped

iriyāna →

ncped

jappāyanā →

ncped

(from jappati) longing; desire.

jhānajjhayana →

ncped

jhānājjhāyana →

ncped

practicing jhānas.

jotiparāyana →

ncped

attaining to light or splendor.

jāniyāna →

ncped

of jānāti

kalyāṇa →

ncped

(~ā & ~ī)n. & neuter

  1. (mfn.) fine, excellent; good; virtuous; beautiful.
  2. (n.) what is good, excellent; virtuous action; excellent conduct; excellence; beauty.

kalyāṇabhattika →

ncped

providing excellent food

kalyāṇakāri →

ncped

acting well; doing what is good

kalyāṇakārin →

ncped

acting well; doing what is good

kalyāṇamitta →

ncped

  1. (m.) a good friend; a person of fine qualities who is a friend, esp. in helping one to progress spiritually by his/her example and advice.
  2. (mfn.) cultivating the friendship of a good man or good …

kalyāṇamittatā →

ncped

the cultivating the friendship of a good person or good people; the consorting with people of fine qualities; the being influenced by (the example and advice of) good people

kalyāṇapañña →

ncped

of good understanding; of excellent wisdom

kalyāṇapīti →

ncped

(kalyāṇapīti(n))also finding joy in what is good

kalyāṇapītin →

ncped

(kalyāṇapīti)also finding joy in what is good

kalyāṇasahāya →

ncped

having the companionship of a good man or good men; associating with people of fine qualities

kalyāṇasampavaṅka →

ncped

influenced by a good man or good men; inclining towards, associating with, people of fine qualities

kalyāṇasaṅghatika →

ncped

having good fortune; fortunate in fate

kalyāṇatara →

ncped

kalyāṇavākkaraṇa →

ncped

of excellent speech, having a fine speaking voice

kalyāṇābhijātika →

ncped

of excellent birth

kalyāṇādhimuttika →

ncped

whose inclinations are good; intent on good

khiyyanaka →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) consisting in complaining, criticizing publicly.
  2. (n.) a complaint; a public criticism

khīyanadhamma →

ncped

he practice of complaining publicly, the action of public criticism, denunciation.

khīyanaka →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) consisting in complaining, criticizing publicly.
  2. (n.) a complaint; a public criticism

kāmayāna →

ncped

nayana →

ncped

the eye.

nissayana →

ncped

(from nissayati) depending on, relying on; dependence.

niyyāna →

ncped

going out, setting forth; (the way of) getting out, leaving (saṃsāra)

nīyyāṇa →

ncped

onahinayāna →

ncped

onahiyāna →

ncped

ovariyāna →

ncped

covered; checked; hindered, obstructed.

tamaparāyaṇa →

ncped

attaining to darkness.

tapparāyaṇa →

ncped

having that as one’s chief object, totally engaged with that

upayāna →

ncped

approach, arrival.

uyyāna →

ncped

park, a garden, esp. a royal park.

uyyānabhūmi →

ncped

pleasure ground, a park

uyyānapāla →

ncped

keeper of a park; a guardian of a park

ādiyanapaccayā →

ncped

because of the taking.

anattā →

nyana

Anattā: No-self, egolessness, soullessness, impersonality, absence of identity, is the last of the 3 universal characteristics of existence ti-lakkhana. This anattā doctrine, which only is t …

brahma-vihāra →

nyana

Brahma-vihāra: the 4 ‘sublime’ or ‘divine abodes’, also called the 4 Infinite states appamaññā are: loving-kindness mettā Pity karunā, altruistic or sympathetic joy muditā equanimity *up …

friend →

nyana

Friend: noble: kalyāna-mitta

paccaya →

nyana

Paccaya: ‘condition’, is something on which something else, the so-called ‘conditioned thing’, is dependent, and without which the latter cannot be. Many are the ways in which one thing, or one o …

paramattha →

nyana

Paramattha: sacca - vacana - Desanā ‘truth or term, exposition that is true in the highest or ultimate sense’, as contrasted with the ‘conventional truth’ vohāra - sacca which is also …

paramī →

nyana

Paramī: Pāramitā: ‘perfection’. Ten qualities leading to Buddhahood: 1 perfection in giving or generosity; dāna - pāramī 2 morality sīla - p 3 renunciation nekkhamma - p 4 understan …

patisandhi →

nyana

Patisandhi: lit. ‘reunion, relinking’, i.e. rebirth, is one of the 14 functions of consciousness viññāna-kicca. It is a kamma-resultant type of consciousness and arises at the moment of concep …

puthujjana →

nyana

…is a ‘noble worldling’ kalyāna - p who has such knowledge and earnestly strives to understand and practise the Teaching. - See Atthasālini…

tathatā →

nyana

Tathatā: ‘Suchness’, designates the firmly fixed nature bhāva of all things whatever. The only passage in the Canon where the word occurs in this sense, is found in Kath. 186 see: Guide, p. 83. …

theravāda →

nyana

…have called ‘Hinayāna’. It is sometimes called Southern Buddhism or Pāli Buddhism. It is found today in Sri Lanka, Burma, Thailand,…

ti-sarana →

nyana

Ti-sarana: ‘Threefold Refuge’, in which every faithful adherent of the Buddha puts his whole trust, consists in the Buddha, the Dhamma and the Sangha see: prec..

The Buddha, or Enlightened One, …

abbhāna →

pts

coming back, rehabilitation of a bhikkhu who has undergone a penance for an expiable offence Vin.i.49 (˚âraha), Vin.i.53 (id.), Vin.i.143 Vin.i.327; Vin.ii.33, Vin.ii.40, Vin.ii.162; AN.i.99
■ Cp. * …

abhiharati →

pts

…(aor. ˚hārayiṃ uyyānaṃ = upanesi Thag-a.138). 3 to put on (mail) only in fut. abhihessati Ja.iv.92…

abhijjhā →

pts

dhyā (jhāyati1), cp. Sk. abhidhyāna

abhimukha →

pts

…opp. vimukha), Pv-a.74 (uyyāna˚)
■ nt. -ṃ adv. to towards Ja.i.263 (matta-vāraṇe); Pv-a.4 (āghātana˚, may here be taken as…

abhisamaya →

pts

“coming by completely”, insight into, comprehension, realization clear understanding, grasp, penetration. See on term Kvu trsl. 381 sq
■ Esp. in full phrases: attha˚; grasp of what is proficient …

addasā →

pts

3rd sg. aor. of *dassati; see *dassati 2 a. Adda & Addayana

addā →

pts

Addā & Addāyanā

at Vb.371 in def. of anādariya is either faulty writing, or dial. form or pop. etym. for ādā and ādāyana; see ādariya.

addāyanā →

pts

Addā & Addāyanā

at Vb.371 in def. of anādariya is either faulty writing, or dial. form or pop. etym. for ādā and ādāyana; see ādariya.

adhi →

pts

A. Prep. and pref. of direction & place:

  1. as direction denoting a movement towards a definite end or goal up to, over, toward, to, on (see C 1a.)
  2. as place where (prep. c. loc. or abs.) = …

adhisayana →

pts

adjective lying on or in, inhabiting Pv-a.80 (mañcaṃ).

fr. adhiseti

adhīyati →

pts

adhīyitvā Ja.iv.75; adhiyānaṃ Ja.v.450 (= sajjhāyitvā C.) & adhicca: see adhicca 2; pp….

ahi →

pts

snake Vin.ii.109; DN.i.77; SN.iv.198; AN.iii.306 sq.; AN.iv.320; AN.v.289; Mnd.484; Vism.345 (+ kukkura etc.); Vv-a.100; Pv-a.144.

  • -kuṇapa the carcase of a snake Vin.iii.68 …

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), Ja.vi.201 = Ja.vi.207; Vb.353; Snp-a.314 (mant’).

  • *-[ku …

ajjhāyaka →

pts

(a brahmin) engaged in learning the Veda (mantajjhāyaka Ja.vi.209; Snp-a.192), a scholar of the brahmanic texts, a studious learned person DN.i.88, DN.i.120; DN.iii.94; AN. …

akkhāna →

pts

…C: itihāsapañcamaṃ vedacatukkaṃ)
■ The spelling ākhyāna also occurs (q.v.).

Sk. ākhyāna

alaṃ →

pts

indeclinable emphatic particle

  1. in affirmative sentences: part. of assurance emphasis = for sure, very much (so), indeed, truly. Note. In connection with a dat. or an infin. the latter only app …

amama →

pts

adjective not egotistical, unselfish Snp.220 (+ subbata), Snp.777; Ja.iv.372 (+ nirāsaya); Ja.vi.259 (= mamāyana-taṇhā-rahita C.); Pv.iv.1#34 (= mamaṃkāravirahita Pv-a.230); Mhvs.1, Mhvs.66, comb …

animisa →

pts

adjective not winking, waking, watchful Dāvs v.26 (nayana).

Ved. animeṣa, cp. nimisati

antaradhāna →

pts

disappearance AN.i.58 (saddhammassa); AN.ii.147; AN.iii.176 sq.; Mil.133; Dhs.645 Dhs.738, Dhs.871. Cp. ˚dhāyana.

fr. antaradhāyati

antaradhāyana →

pts

disappearance Dhp-a.iv.191. (variant reading ˚adhāna).

fr. antaradhāyati

anubhavati →

pts

…(sampattiṃ); grd. -bhaviyāna (in order to receive) Pv.ii.8#5 (= anubhavitvā Pv-a.109). Pass. anubhūyati & ˚bhavīyati; to be undergone…

anubhoti →

pts

…(sampattiṃ); grd. -bhaviyāna (in order to receive) Pv.ii.8#5 (= anubhavitvā Pv-a.109). Pass. anubhūyati & ˚bhavīyati; to be undergone…

anunayana →

pts

fawning Dhs-a.362.

fr. anuneti

anupādā →

pts

…anupādāya, anupādiyāna, anupādiyiṭvā* see upādiyati. Anupadana & Anupadi;

ger. of an + upādiyati =…

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), SN.v.67 (dhammaṃ a. anuvitakketi), 303 (kappasahassaṃ) …

anuvidhīyanā →

pts

acting according to, conformity with MN.i.43.

abstr. fr. anuvidhīyati

anāsasāna →

pts

…however reads anāsayāna & has anāsasāna as variant reading Cp. also vv.ll. to āsasāna. Expld by kañci rūpâdi-dhammaṃ…

apaciti →

pts

honour, respect, esteem, reverence Thag.589; Ja.i.220 Ja.ii.435; Ja.iii.82; Ja.iv.308; Ja.vi.88; Mil.180, Mil.234 (˚ṃ karoti), Mil.377 (pūjana +); Snp-a.332 (˚karaṇa). Cp. apacāyana.

Vedic apaciti …

apacāyana →

pts

honouring, honour, worship, reverence Ja.i.220; Ja.v.326; DN-a.i.256 (˚kamma); Vv-a.24 (˚ṃ karoti = añjalikaṃ karoti); Pv-a.104 (˚kara, adj.), Pv-a.128 (+ paricariya).

abstr. fr. apa + cāy, w …

apacāyati →

pts

to honour respect, pay reverence DN.i.91 (pūjeti +); Ja.iii.82. Pot. apace (for apaceyya, may be taken to apacināti 2; AN.iv.245; Thag-a.72 (here to apacināti 1)
pp apacita

aparāyin →

pts

adjective having no support Ja.iii.386 (f. ; C. appatiṭṭhā appaṭisaraṇā).

a + parāyin, cp. parāyana

apayāna →

pts

going away, retreat DN.i.9 (opp. upa˚); DN-a.i.95.

Sk. apayāna, fr. apayāti

ariya →

pts

…customs of the Aryans (= ariyānaṃ eso dhammo Mnd.71 Mnd.72) MN.i.1, MN.i.7, MN.i.135; AN.ii.69; AN.v.145 sq., AN.v.241, AN.v.274; Snp.783;…

attha →

pts

…(adhammo ca) Dhp.100 (= aniyyānad˚īpaka Dhp-a.ii.208); Snp.126 (expld. at Snp-a.180 as ahitaṃ).

  • -akkhāyin showing what is…

atthika →

pts

adjective

  1. (to attha1) profitable, good, proper. In this meaning the MSS show a variance of spelling either atthika or aṭṭhika or *[aṭṭhita](/de …

avadāniya →

pts

adjective stingy, niggardly Snp.774 (= Mnd.36 which explains as follows: avaṃ gacchanti ti pi avadāniyā; maccharino pi vuccanti avadāniyā; buddhānaṃ vacanaṃ n’âdiyantī ti avadāniyā. Snp-a.516 condens …

avakkanti →

pts

…SN.iii.46 (pañcannaṃ indriyānaṃ); Pp.13 (= okkanti nibbatti pātubhāvo Pp-a 184); Kv.142 (nāmarūpassa); Mil.123 (gabbhassa).

fr….

avhāyana →

pts

calling to, asking, invocation, imploration DN.i.11 (Sir-avhāyane, variant reading avhayana expld. at DN-a.i.97 with reading Sirivhāyana as “ehi Siri mayhaṃ sire patiṭṭhāhī ti evaṃ sire S …

ayana →

pts

  1. “going”, road
  2. going to, goal SN.v.167 (ekāyano maggo leading to one goal, a direct way), SN.v.185 (id.); DN-a.i.313; Dāvs iv.40. See also eka˚.

Vedic ayana, fr. i

añjalikā →

pts

…sirasi paggaṇhantī guṇa-visiṭṭhānaṃ apacayānaṃ akāsiṃ).

= añjali

aṭṭhi →

pts

Aṭṭhi˚1

in combn. with katvā: to make something one’s attha, i.e. object, to find out the essence or profitableness or value of anything to recognise the natu …

aṭṭiyana →

pts

fright, terror, amazement Dhp-a.ii.179.

cp. Sk. ardana, to aṭṭiyati

bahula →

pts

adjective much, abundant, nt. abundance (˚-); full of, rich in, fig. given to, intent on, devoted to DN.ii.73; SN.i.199, SN.i.202; AN.iii.86 (pariyatti˚), AN.iii.432 (āloka˚); AN.iv.35; Iti.27, Iti.3 …

bhadda →

pts

Bhaddaa & Bhadrab

adjective

  1. auspicious lucky, high, lofty, august, of good omen reverend (in address to people of esteem), good, happy fortunate DN.ii.95a; SN.i.1 …

bhanta →

pts

…uncontrolled car (ratha or yāna) Dhp.222 (ratha = ativegena dhāvanta Dhp-a.iii.301); (yāna = adanta akārita aviṇīta Mnd.145) Dhs-a.260…

bhaya →

pts

…(= citt’ uttrasassa ca bhayānak’ ārammaṇassa adhivacanaṃ MN-a.113), Name of Suttanta No. 4 in Majjhima (pp. 16 sq.), quoted at Vism.202;…

bhayānaka →

pts

…(in def. of bhaya).

fr. bhaya, cp. Epic Sk. bhayānaka

bhesma →

pts

…passage explains by bhayānaka); Ja.v.266; Ja.vi.133 (variant reading bhasma).

cp. Vedic bhīṣma of which the regular P. form is…

bhikkhu →

pts

an almsman, a mendicant, a Buddhist monk or priest, a bhikkhu.
■ nom. sg. bhikkhu freq. passim; Vin.iii.40 (vuḍḍhapabbajita); AN.i.78 (thera bh., an elder bh.; and nava bh. …

bhiyyoso →

pts

adverb still more, more and more, only in cpd. -mattāya [cp. BSk. bhūyasyā mātrāya Mvu.ii.345; Divy.263 & passim exceedingly, abundantly AN.i.124 = Pp.30 (explained at Pp-a 212 by “bhiyyoso-mattā …

bhuja →

pts

Bhuja1

masculine & neuter the arm Snp.48 (explained by Cnd.478 as hattha, hand); Snp.682 (pl. bhujāni); Ja.v.91, Ja.v.309; Ja.vi.64 Bv.i.36; Vv.64#18.

cp. Epic & Class. Sk. bhuja m. & bhu …

bhākuṭika →

pts

adjective knitting the eyebrows, frowning, only in redupl. cpd. bhākuṭika- bhākuṭiko frowning continually, supercilious Vin.ii.11 = Vin.iii.181 (manda-mando +); Cnd.342 (korajika-korajiko +) Vi …

bhāṇaka →

pts

Bhāṇaka1

adjective noun speaking; (n.) a reciter, repeater, preacher (of sections of the Scriptures), like Aṅguttara˚; Vism.74 sq.; Dīgha˚; DN-a.i.15, DN-a.i.131; Ja.i.59 Vism.36, Vi …

bhū →

pts

Bhū1

adjective being, (n.) creature, living being in pāṇa-bhū a living being (a breathing being) Ja.v.79 (= pāṇa-bhūta C.).

fr. bhū

Bhū2

feminine the ear …

bhūmi →

pts

…earth Vin.ii.175; Snp.418 (yāna carriage road); Pv.i.10#14≈; Snp-a.353 (heṭṭhā-bhūmiyaṃ under the earth); Dhp-a.i.414 (id., opp….

bodhi →

pts

Bodhi1

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

brahma →

pts

…Br. gods AN.iv.135 sq. -yāna the best vehicle SN.v.5 (+ dhammayāna). -vaccasin with a body like that…

brahmā →

pts

…Br. gods AN.iv.135 sq. -yāna the best vehicle SN.v.5 (+ dhammayāna). -vaccasin with a body like that…

ceteti →

pts

…Pv-a.116);
ppr cetayāna (verse 339);
fut cetessati (Vin.iii.19)
aor acetayi (Pv.i.6#6 = cetesi Pv-a.34)
ger cecca…

chavi →

pts

the (outer thin) skin, tegument SN.ii.256; AN.iv.129; Snp.194; Ja.ii.92 Distinguished from camma, the hide (under-skin corium) SN.ii.238 (see camma); also in combination ch-cammam …

cicciṭāyana →

pts

fizzing Vism.408 (˚sadda).

cinteti →

pts

…Pv-a.116);
ppr cetayāna (verse 339);
fut cetessati (Vin.iii.19)
aor acetayi (Pv.i.6#6 = cetesi Pv-a.34)
ger cecca…

citta →

pts

Citta1 & Citra

adjective variegated, manifold, beautiful; tasty, sweet, spiced (of cakes), Ja.iv.30 (geṇḍuka); Dhp.171 (rājaratha); Vv.47#9; Pv.ii.11#2 (aneka˚); Pv.iv.3#13 (pūvā = madhurā …

cīvara →

pts

the (upper) robe of a Buddhist mendicant C. is the first one of the set of 4 standard requisites of a wandering bhikkhu, vir. c˚, piṇḍapāta alms-bowl, *[senāsana](/define/senās …

dandhāyanā →

pts

clumsiness Mil.105.

danta →

pts

…or ivory coloured Ja.vi.223 (yāna = dantamaya).

dassana →

pts

…(ariyānaṃ d., cp ariyānaṃ dassāvin), Dhp.210 (appiyānaṃ), Dhp.274; Vv.34#2 Vv-a.138 (sippa˚ exhibition of art, competition). 2….

dassāvin →

pts

…takes notice of in phrase ariyānaṃ dassāvī (+ sappurisānaṃ dassāvī kovido) MN.i.8; SN.iii.4; opp. adassāvī one who disregards the…

daṇḍa →

pts

ra; (on ṇ: l cp. guṇa: guḷa etc.) to *del as in Sk. dala, dalati. Cp. Lat. dolare to cut, split, work in wood; delere to destroy; Gr.δαίδαλον work of art; Mhg. zelge twig; zol a stick Possibly also …

deva →

pts

…DN-a.i.174 sq.;

  • -yāna leading to the (world of the gods, i.e. the road to heaven Snp.139, also in -yāniya (magga)…

deyya →

pts

…5 anna, 6 pāna, 7 vattha, 8 yāna, 9 mālā 10 gandhā, 11 vilepana, 12 seyya, 13 āvasatha 14 padīpeyya. A similar enumn in diff….

dhamma →

pts

…Dh. (fig.) Mil.166.

  • -yāna the vehicle of the Law (the eightfold Noble Path) SN.v.5
  • -rakkhita

dhūmāyanā →

pts

smoking, smouldering MN.i.143; Ne.24 (as variant reading to dhūpāyanā).

dāna →

pts

…10)), viz. anna pāna vattha yāna mālā gandha-vilepana seyyāvasatha padīpeyya (bread water, clothes, vehicle, garlands, scented ointment…

dāru →

pts

…(-yāna) “a vehicle constructed of wood, i.e. a boat Ja.v.194;

  • -samādahāna putting pieces of wood together…

dāyana →

pts

cutting; -agga the first of what has been cut (on fields) Dhp-a.i.98; -atthaṃ for the purpose of mowing Dhp-a.iii.285.

see dayati

dīpa →

pts

Dīpa1

a lamp Ja.ii.104 (˚ṃ jāleti to light a l.); Dhp-a.ii.49 (id.), Dhp-a.ii.94 (id.)

  • -acci the flame of a lamp Thag-a.154;
  • -āloka light of …

eka →

pts

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

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

gahapati →

pts

the possessor of a house, the head of the household pater familias (freq. + seṭṭhi).

  1. In formulas
    1. as regards social standing, wealth & clanship: a man of private (i.e. not official) life, cl …

gandha →

pts

…5–14 (anna-pāna-vattha-yānamālā-gandhā-vilepana-seyy-âvasatha-padīpeyya): SN.iii.252 Cnd.523 = Iti.65..Out of this enumeration…

gati →

pts

  1. going, going away, (opp. āgati coming) (both gati & āgati usually in pregnant sense of No. (2) See āgati); direction, course, career. Freq of the two careers of a Mahāpurisa (viz. either a Cakkavat …

go →

pts

… 1. psychologically indriyānaṃ nānāgocarāni various spheres of sense-perception SN.v.218; sense-object (= ārammaṇaṃ) Pts.i.180;…

gotta →

pts

ancestry, lineage. There is no word in English for gotta. It includes all those descended, or supposed to be descended, from a common ancestor. A gotta name is al …

gumba →

pts

  1. a troop, a heap, cluster, swarm. Of soldiers Vin.i.345; of fish (maccha˚) DN.i.84 = MN.i.279 = MN.ii.22; AN.i.9.
  2. a thicket, a bush, jungle; the lair of an animal in a thicket (sayana˚ Ja.iv.256) …

gutti →

pts

…fig. of the senses in indriyānaṃ gutti Dhp.375; Pp.24 (+ gopanā) Dhs.1348; Sdhp.341 (agutti); Vin.iv.305; AN.ii.72 (atta˚) also in pl.:…

gāma →

pts

…at Vin.iii.249); Sakyānaṃ gāme janapade Lumbineyye Snp.683; Uruvela˚ Pv.ii.13#18; gāmo nâtikālena pavisitabbo MN.i.469; ˚ṃ…

gāyana →

pts

singing Vv-a.315 (naccana +).

hatthin →

pts

…Ja.v.287; Ja.vi.498.

  • -yāna an elephant carriage, a riding elephant DN.i.49; DN-a.i.147; Pv-a.55. *…

heṭheti →

pts

…SN.i.21. med. a-heṭhayāna SN.i.7; SN.iv.179; ger. heṭhayitvāna Ja.iii.480
pp heṭhayita Ja.iv.447.

Vedic heḍ = hel or…

hāyana →

pts

Hāyana1

neuter diminution, decay, decrease DN.i.54; DN-a.i.165. Opposed to vaḍḍhana (increase) at MN.i.518.

fr.

Hāyana2

neuter year; …

hāyati →

pts

is Pass. of jahati, in sense of “to be left behind,” as well as “to diminish, dwindle or waste away, disappear,” e.g. Mnd.147 (+ pari˚, antaradhāyati); Mil.297 (+ khīyati); ppr. …

iddhi →

pts

…Vv-a.4; Pv-a.171.

  • -yāna the carriage (fig.) of psychic faculties Mil.276.
  • -vikubbanā the practice of psychic…

indriya →

pts

…sq. (okkhipati ˚āni). indriyānaṃ paripāko (moral or physical) over-ripeness of faculties SN.ii.2, SN.ii.42; AN.v.203; Cnd.252 (in def. of…

iriyanā →

pts

way of moving on, progress, Dhs.19, Dhs.82, Dhs.295, Dhs.380, Dhs.441, Dhs.716.

fr. iriyati

issāyanā →

pts

Issāyanā & Issāyitatta

= issā Pp.19, Pp.23; Dhs.1121; Vism.470.

abstr. formations fr. issā

issāyitatta →

pts

Issāyanā & Issāyitatta

= issā Pp.19, Pp.23; Dhs.1121; Vism.470.

abstr. formations fr. issā

iti →

pts

Iti (ti)

indeclinable emphatic deictic particle “thus”. Occurs in both forms iti & ti, the former in higher style (poetry), the latter more familiar in conversational prose. The function of “iti” is …

itthaṃ →

pts

˚lakkhaṇa or ˚ākhyāna the sign or case of modality, i.e. the ablative case Snp-a.441; Vv-a.162, Vv-a.174; Pv-a.150.

adv. fr….

janapada →

pts

inhabited country, the country (opp. town or market-place), the continent politically: a province, district, county DN.i.136 (opp nigama); DN.ii.349; AN.i.160, AN.i.178; Snp.422, Snp.683, Snp.995, Sn …

jarā →

pts

…āyuno saṃhāni indriyānaṃ paripāko“ DN.ii.305 = MN.i.49; SN.ii.2 = Cnd.252 = Dhs.644, cp. Dhs. trsl. p. 195
■ Frequently…

jhāna →

pts

…jhāyati,1 BSk. dhyāna. The (popular etym-) expln of jhāna is given by Bdhgh at Vism.150 as follows: “ārammaṇ’…

jhāyana →

pts

…of meditation (cp. Sk. dhyānayoga) Vv-a.38.

der. fr. jhāyati1

Jhāyana2

neuter cremation, burning Pp-a.187.

fr….

joti →

pts

  1. light, splendour, radiance SN.i.93; AN.ii.85; Vv.16#2.
  2. a star: see compounds
  3. fire SN.i.169; Thag.415; Ja.iv.206; sajotibhūta set on fire SN.ii.260; AN.iii.407 sq.; Ja.i.232.
  • *-[parāyaṇa]( …

kallatā →

pts

see kalyatā; -a˚; unreadiness, unpreparedness, indisposition (of citta), in expln of thīna Cnd.290; Dhs.1156 = Dhs.1236 = Ne.86; Dhs-a.378; Ne.26. The reading in Nd …

kalyāṇa →

pts

(& kallāṇa)

  1. (adj.) beautiful, charming; auspicious, helpful, morally good. Syn bhaddaka Pv-a.9, Pv-a.116) and kusala (SN.ii.118; Pv-a.9 Pv-a.122); opp. pāpa (SN.i.83; MN.i.43; Pv-a.101, Pv-a …

kalyāṇaka →

pts

adjective good, virtuous DN-a.i.226; Dhs-a.32.

fr. last

kalyāṇatā →

pts

beauty, goodness, virtuousness Vism.4 (ādi); k˚ -kusala clever, experienced in what is good Ne.20.

abstr. fr. kalyāṇa

kalyāṇin →

pts

adjective

  1. beautiful, handsome Vv iv.5
  2. auspicious, lucky, good, proper Ja.v.124; Ud.59
  3. f. [cp. Vedic kalyāṇī] a beautiful woman, a belle, usually in janapada˚ DN.i.193 = MN.ii.40; SN.ii …

kamma →

pts

…yaṃ k˚ṃ karonti kalyānaṃ vā pāpakaṃ vā tassa dāyādā bhavanti MN.iii.203 = AN.iii.72 sq. = AN.iii.186 = AN.v.88~AN.v.288 sq….

kanha →

pts

adjective dark, black, as attr. of darkness, opposed to light, syn. with kāḷa (q.v. for etym.); opp. sukka. In general it is hard to separate the lit. and fig. meanings, an ethical implication is to b …

kappeti →

pts

to cause to fit, to create, build, construct arrange, prepare, order.

I. lit

  1. in special sense: to prepare, get done, i.e. harness: Ja.i.62; plait DN-a.i.274, an offering (yaññaṃ) Snp.1 …

karuṇā →

pts

  1. (f.) pity compassion. Karuṇā is one of the 4 qualities of character significant of a human being who has attained enfranchisement of heart (ceto-vimutti) in the 4 sentiments viz. mettā k.˚ upekhā …

karuṇāyati →

pts

to feel pity for, to have compassion on Snp.1065 (˚āyamāna; expl. by Nd ii.as anuddayamāno anurakkh anuggaṇh˚ anukamp˚); Vb.273; Vism.314. Der. -āyanā compassionateness Vb.87 = Vb.273 (and *-āyi …

kata →

pts

(& sometimes; kaṭa) done, worked, made. Extremely rare as v. trs. in the common meaning of E. make, Ger. machen, or Fr. faire (see the cognate kapp and jan, also uppajjati & viss …

kaṅkhā →

pts

  1. doubt, uncertainty SN.i.181; SN.iii.203 (dukkhe k. etc.; cp. Cnd.1); Snp.541, Snp.1149; ˚ṃ vinayati Snp.58, Snp.559, Snp.1025; k. pahīyati Pts.ii.62; combined with vimati: DN.i. …

kaṅkhāyanā →

pts

+ kaṅkhāyitatta (nt.) doubting and hesitation, doubtfulness, Cnd.1; Dhs.425, Dhs.1004, Dhs.1118; Dhs-a.259.

kaṇḍūyana →

pts

the itch Ja.v.69.

See kaṇḍuvana

kesa →

pts

the hair of the head SN.i.115 (haṭa-haṭa-k˚, with dishevelled hair) AN.i.138 (palita-kesa with grey hair; also at Ja.i.59) Snp.456 (nivutta˚), Snp.608; Thag.169; Ja.i.59, Ja.i.138; Ja.iii.393; Mil. …

keḷāyana →

pts

playfulness, unsettledness Vism.134 (opp. majjhatta), Vism.317.

fr. keḷāyati, cp. kelanā & keḷi

khīyanaka →

pts

(a.) in combination with pācittiya a “falling away” offence (legal term denoting the falling away from a consent once given) (see khīya) Vin.ii.94 Vin.ii.100; …

khīyati →

pts

to be exhausted, to waste away, to become dejected, to fall away from Vin.iv.152; Ja.i.290 (dhạna); Pv.ii.9#42; Pv.ii.11#2; Pts.i.94, Pts.i.96 Pts.ii.31 (āsavā); Bdhd 80
ppr khīyamāna Snp.434 Bdhd 1 …

kibbisa →

pts

wrongdoing, demerit, fault, usually with ˚ṃ karoti to do wrong Snp.246; Sdhp.204; Ja.iii.135 or ˚ṃ pasavati AN.v.75; Vin.ii.198. -kata˚; (adj.) having done wrong in akata-kalyāṇo, etc. AN.ii.174 a …

kicca →

pts

…Vism.338, Vism.493 (indriyānaṃ kiccaṃ), Vism.547 (tad-ārammaṇa˚, bhavanga˚, cuti˚, etc.); kiccavasena by way of f. Abhdh
■…

kitti →

pts

Kitti & Kittī

f. fame, renown, glory, honour, yaso ca kittī ca SN.i.25; kittiñ ca sukhañ ca SN.i.187; yaso kitti sukhañ ca AN.ii.32 yaso kittī ca “fame and renown” Snp.817 (= Mnd.147, where appl. to …

kittī →

pts

Kitti & Kittī

f. fame, renown, glory, honour, yaso ca kittī ca SN.i.25; kittiñ ca sukhañ ca SN.i.187; yaso kitti sukhañ ca AN.ii.32 yaso kittī ca “fame and renown” Snp.817 (= Mnd.147, where appl. to …

kosiya →

pts

an owl Ja.ii.353, cp. Np. Kosiyāyana Ja.i.496. Biḷārakosika (and ˚kosiya) Ja.iv.69.

kuhanā →

pts

  1. deceit, fraud, hypocrisy, usually in combination kuhana-lapana “deceit and talking-over” = deceitful talk DN.i.8; AN.iii.430; DN-a.i.92; Mil.383; Nd ii.on avajja
    ■ MN.i.465 = Iti.28, Iti.29 …

kukkuccāyati →

pts

to feel remorse, to worry AN.i.85; Pp.26. Der. are kukkuccāyanā and ˚āyitatta = kukkucca in def. at Dhs.1160 = Cnd. s.v.

denom. fr. kukkucca

kāpotikā →

pts

kind of intoxicating drink of a reddish colour (like pigeons’ fect) Vin.iv.109, cp Ja.i.360 (surā).

of doubtful origin, fr. kapota, but probably popular etym., one may compare Sk. kāpiśāyana, a sort …

kāya →

pts

group, heap, collection, aggregate, body

Definitions and synonyms

Snp-a.31 gives the foll. synonyms and similes of kāya: kuṭī, guhā (Snp.772), deha, sandeha (Dhp.148 = Thag.20), nāvā (Dhp.3 …

kāṇa →

pts

adjective blind, usually of one eye, occasionally of both (see Pp-a 227) SN.i.94; Vin.ii.90; AN.i.107 = AN.ii.85 = Pp.51 (in expln of tamaparāyaṇa purisa); Thig.438; Ja.i.222 (one-eyed); …

kīḷikā →

pts

play, sport, amusement; always-˚, like kumāra˚ DN.ii.196; uyyāna˚ (sport in the garden Ja.iii.275; Ja.iv.23, Ja.iv.390; udaka˚ Thag-a.186.

kīḷā →

pts

…the water Pv-a.189
■ uyyāna˚ amusement in the park Dhp-a.i.220 Dhp-a.iv.3; nakkhatta-kīḷaṃ kīḷati to celebrate a festival (i.e….

lañcana →

pts

…refers to the three pupphayāna mentioned in the Mahāvaṃsa (33, 22, where Geiger reads “pupphādhānāni tīṇi, with translation “3…

leṇa →

pts

(& lena) neuter

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

lohita →

pts

adjective noun

  1. (adj.) red: rarely by itself (e.g. MN.ii.17), usually in compounds e.g. -abhijāti the red species (q.v.) AN.iii.383; -kasiṇa the artifice of red DN.iii.268; AN.i.41; Dhs.203; …

loluppa →

pts

greediness, covetousness, self-indulgence, desire; in the language of the Abhidhamma often syn. with jappā or taṇhā. At Dhs-a.365 loluppa is treated as an adj. …

luñcati →

pts

to pull out, pluck (a bird), tear, peel Ja.i.244, Ja.i.476; Ja.ii.97, Ja.ii.363; Ja.iii.314; Ja.iv.191; Ja.v.463; Mhvs.23, Mhvs.46 (aor. aluñci); Mhvs.28, Mhvs.26 (ger. *luñcitvā

luñcita →

pts

…pulled Mil.240 (i.e. combed, of wool; Rh. D. trsls “pressed”; Nyānatiloka “cut”); Pv-a.47 (vilūna-kesa +).

pp. of luñcati

lāyana →

pts

cutting Ja.v.45 (tiṇa-lāyana asi, sickle); Dhp-a.iii.285 (variant reading for dāyana).

fr. lāyati

līyana →

pts

sticking to, adhering, resting Sdhp.190 (˚ṭṭhāna resting-place).

fr. līyati

līyanā →

pts

Err:509

maccharāyanā →

pts

Maccharāyitatta (nt.) the condition of selfishness, both expressions in defn of macchariya at Dhs.1122; Pp.19, Pp.23; Dhs-a.375.

maccu →

pts

the God of Death, the Buddhist Māra, or sometimes equivalent to Yama SN.i.156; Snp.357 (gen. maccuno), Snp.581 (instr maccunā), Snp.587; Thag.411; Dhp.21, Dhp.47, Dhp.128, Dhp.135, Dhp.150 Dhp.287; Vb …

makkha →

pts

Makkha1

hypocrisy; usually combined with paḷāsa (see also palāsa MN.i.15; AN.i.95, AN.i.100, AN.i.299; AN.iv.148, AN.iv.456; AN.v.39, AN.v.156, AN.v.209 AN.v.310, AN. …

makkhāyanā →

pts

Makkhāyitatta (nt.) the fact of concealment, hypocrisy: in exegesis of makkha at Cnd.484; Pp.18, Pp.22.

abstr. fr. makkha

mamāyanā →

pts

Err:501

mañca →

pts

couch, bed Vin.iv.39, Vin.iv.40 (where 4 kinds are mentioned which also apply to the defn of pīṭha, viz. masāraka bundikābaddha, kuḷīra-pādaka, āhacca-pādaka; same def< …

maṃsa →

pts

flesh, meat SN.ii.97 (putta˚); Dhp.152; Ja.iii.184; Pp.55; Vism.258 Vism.357 (in compar.); Dhp-a.i.375 (putta˚); Dhp-a.ii.51 (alla˚ living flesh); Vb-a.58, Vb-a.61 (pilotika-paliveṭhita). Describ …

mettā →

pts

to love, to be fat: “mejjati mettā siniyhatī ti attho” love, amity, sympathy, friendliness, active interest in others. There are var. defns & explains of mettā: the stereotype “*metti mettā …

mettāyanā →

pts

Mettāyitatta (nt.): see defn of mettā. Metti & Metti

abstr. formations fr. mettā

mitta →

pts

friend. Usually m., although nt. occurs in meaning “friend,” in sg. (Ne.164) & pl. (Snp.185 Snp.187); in meaning “friendship” at Ja.vi.375 (= mittabhāva C.). The half-scientific, half-popular etym …

mittatā →

pts

-(˚) state of being a friend, friendship, in kalyāṇa˚; being a good friend, friendship as a helper (see kalyāṇa) DN.iii.274; Vism.107.

abstr. fr. mitta

muduka →

pts

adjective = mudu.

  1. flexible, pliable, soft SN.ii.221 (sanghāṭi); Vism.66 (giving in easily, compared with ukkaṭṭha & majjhima); Kp-a.49 (˚aṭṭhikāni soft bones); Mhvs.25, 102 (sayana); -bhūmi Mil. …

musati →

pts

to betray, beguile bewilder, dazzle, in cakkhūni m. DN.ii.183 (but translation “destructive to the eyes”); musati ’va nayanaṃ Vv.35#3 (cp. Vv-a.161).

in this connection = mṛṣ in an active sense, …

mutoḷī →

pts

…fits at Vism.328 in cpd. yāna˚; where spelling is T. ˚paṭṭoli, variant reading BB ˚putoḷi, but which is clearly identical with our…

naccana →

pts

dance, dancing Vv-a.282, Vv-a.315.

Ved. *nṛtyana, cp. naṭana

nayana →

pts

the eye Thig.381; Vv.35#3; Dhs.597 Vb.71 sq.; Mil.365; Thag-a.255; Vv-a.161 (= cakkhu) Pv-a.40 (nettāni nayanāni), Pv-a.152; Sdhp.448, Sdhp.621.

Sk. nayana, to nayati = the leader cp. also netra = P. netta

netta →

pts

Netta1

a guide Ja.iii.111; Ne.130.

Sk. netra, fr. neti

Netta2

neuter guidance, anything that guides, a conductor, fig. the eye. SN.i.26 (sārathī nettāni gahetvā = the reins); …

nibaddha →

pts

adjective bound down to, i.e.

  1. fixed, stable, sure Ja.iv.134 (bhattavetana); Mil.398 (a˚ unstable, ˚sayana). At DN-a.i.243 two kinds of cārikā (wanderings, pilgrimages) are dis …

nibbāna →

pts

…SN.i.33 (yassa etādisaṃ yānaṃ… sa etena yānena n. e. s.: with the chariot of the dhamma sure of reaching N.); SN.iv.75; AN.ii.39…

niddesa →

pts

  1. description, attribute, distinction Pv-a.7 (ukkaṭṭha˚) -vatthu object of distinction or praise DN.iii.253; AN.iv.15 (where reading is niddasa, which also as variant reading …

nijjhāna →

pts

…Cp. upa˚.

*Sk. nidhyāna, ni + jhāna1

Nijjhāna2

neuter conflagration, in anto˚ = nijjhāyana Pv-a.18…

nijjhāyana →

pts

burning away, consumption; fig. remorse, mortification in anto˚; Ja.i.168 (cp. nijjhāna2).

Sk. *niḥkṣāyana, nis + jhāyana of jhāyati2

niketa →

pts

  1. house, abode Dhp.91 (= ālaya Dhp-a.ii.170).
  2. (fig.) company association. (In this sense it seems to be interpreted as belonging to ketu “sign, characteristic, mark,” and niketa-sārin would have …

nilenaka →

pts

settling place, hiding-place, refuge Ja.v.102 (so read for nillenaka explained by nilīyanaṭṭhāna p. 103).

cp. Sk. nilayana, fr. ni +

nilīyana →

pts

hiding Ja.v.103 (˚ṭṭhāna hiding-place).

abstr. fr. nilīyati, cp. Sk. nilayana

nimmajjana →

pts

Nimmajjana (Nimmiñjana?)

a kind of (oil-)cake Vv.33#38 (nimmajjani = tilapiññāka Vv-a.147); Pv.i.10#10 (˚miñjana, variant reading BB ˚majjani); Pv-a.47 (doṇi˚).

*mṛd-yana? perhaps nonAryan

nimmiñjana →

pts

Nimmajjana (Nimmiñjana?)

a kind of (oil-)cake Vv.33#38 (nimmajjani = tilapiññāka Vv-a.147); Pv.i.10#10 (˚miñjana, variant reading BB ˚majjani); Pv-a.47 (doṇi˚).

*mṛd-yana? perhaps nonAryan

niraya →

pts

…ghora, dāruṇa, bhayānaka, mahābhitāpa, sattussada etc
■ Descriptions of N. in glowing terms of frightfulness are freq. found from…

nisinna →

pts

tiṭṭhaṃ (standing), caraṃ (walking) & sayaṃ (sayāna; lying down), e.g. at Snp.151, Snp.193; Iti.82.

Sk….

niyata →

pts

adjective restrained, bound to, constrained to, sure (as to the future), fixed (in its consequences), certain, assured, necessary DN.ii.92 (sambodhiparāyanā), DN.ii.155; DN.iii.107; Snp.70 (= ariyamag …

niyyatta →

pts

escape Ja.i.215.

cp. Sk. niryaṇa

niyyāna →

pts

…Pts.i.163, Pts.i.176; Ne.119 Cp. niyyānika
aniyyāna Dhp-a.ii.209.

nis + yāna, cp. niyyāti

niyyānika →

pts

…tiracchanabhūtā kathā). Niyyama(ka)

to niyyāna

niyyāti →

pts

niyyiṃsu AN.v.195; fut. niyyassati AN.v.194
■ See also niyyāna & niyyānika.

Sk. niryāti, nis + yāti

nīca →

pts

adjective low, inferior, humble (opp. ucca high, fr. adv. ud˚) Vin.i.46, Vin.i.47; Vin.ii.194; DN.i.109, DN.i.179 DN.i.194; AN.v.82; Snp-a.424 (nīcaṃ karoti to degrade); passim.

*\ …

olīyanā →

pts

adhering, infatuation Pts.i.157; Dhs.1156, Dhs.1236.

fr. oliyati

ovariyāna →

pts

…(variant reading ovadiyāna, thus also Thag-a.250 explained “maṃ gacchantiṃ avaditvā gamanaṃ nisedhetvā”). Ovassa & ka;

ger. of…

pajā →

pts

progeny, offspring, generation, beings, men, world (of men), mankind (cp. use of Bibl. Gr. γέννημα in same meaning) DN.ii.55; SN.v.346 SN.v.362 sq.; AN.ii.75 sq.; AN.iv.290; AN.v.232 sq., AN.v.253 sq. …

pajāyana →

pts

being born Vism.223.

fr. pa + jan

pakati →

pts

…at Poussin 256). -yānaka ordinary vehicle Dhp-a.i.391. -sīla natural or proper virtue…

pakkhandati →

pts

…Vv.84#12 (ger. pakkhandiyāna = pakkhanditvā anupavisitvā Vv-a.338); to be after someone in pursuit Dhp-a.i.198; usually fig. to rejoice…

pallattha →

pts

the posture of sitting or squatting or lolling Ja.i.163 (here in expln of tipallattha: pallatthaṃ vuccati sayanaṃ, ubhohi passehi ujukam eva ca go-nisinnaka-vasenā ti tīh’ākārehi pallatth …

palāsa →

pts

Palāsa1

masculine & neuter

  1. the tree Butea frondosa or Judas tree Ja.iii.23 (in Palāsa Jātaka).
  2. a leaf; collectively (nt.) foliage, pl. (nt.) leaves SN.ii.178; Ja.i.120 (nt.); Ja.iii …

palāyana →

pts

running away Dhp-a.i.164. See also pālana.

fr. palāy

palāyanaka →

pts

adjective running away Ja.ii.210 (˚ṃ karoti to put to flight).

fr. palāy

panta →

pts

adjective distant, remote, solitary, secluded; only in phrase pantaṃ senāsanaṃ (sayanāsanaṃ) or pantāni senāsanāni “solitary bed & chair” MN.i.17, MN.i.30; AN.i.60; AN.ii.137 AN.iii.103; AN.v.10, AN.v …

papīyana →

pts

drinkable, to be drunk, drinking Ja.i.109 (udakaṃ papīyana-bhāvena papā ti).

fr. , ger. pa-pīya

paricaraṇa →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.199 (aggi-p˚-ṭṭhāna fire-place). 3. enjoyment, pleasure (indriyānaṃ) Pv-a.16. See also…

paricārika →

pts

…(so here, probably another form of paricāriyā) Pv.iv.1#2 (= indriyānaṃ pariharaṇā Pv-a.219; gloss -cāraṇā).

parinibbāyana →

pts

passing away, see parinibbāyin 2 b.

abstr. fr. parinibbāyin

parinibbāyin →

pts

one who attains Parinibbāna. Of the 2 meanings registered under parinibbāna we find No. 1 only in a very restricted use when taken in both senses of sa-and an-upādisesa parinibbāna; e.g. at AN.ii.15 …

paripucchati →

pts

…inquire Vin.i.47 = Vin.i.224; Vin.ii.125; SN.i.98; AN.v.16; Snp.380, Snp.696 (˚iyāna ger.), Snp.1025; Pp.41; Mil.257, Mil.408; Snp-a.111.

pari…

paripāka →

pts

…only in phrase “indriyānaṃ p.,” i.e. decay of the (mental) faculties in formula defining jarā (old age) at DN.ii.305; MN.i.49;…

pariyena →

pts

going round, walking round; of a ship: sailing round, tour, voyage SN.v.51 (pariyenāya, variant reading pariyādāya) = AN.iv.127 (reads pariyādāya variant reading pariyāya). Reading is doubtful.

fr. p …

pariyosāna →

pts

  1. end, finish, conclusion Ja.i.106 (sacca˚ = desanā˚); Pv-a.9 (desanā and passim), Pv-a.136 (āyūha˚), Pv-a.162 (id.), Pv-a.281 (= anta) Often contracted with ādi beginning & majj …

parāmāsin →

pts

adjective grasping, seizing, perverting DN.iii.48; MN.i.43, MN.i.96 (sandiṭṭhi˚). Parayana (Parayana)

fr. parāmāsa

parāyana →

pts

Parāyana & Parāyaṇa

neuter

  1. (n.) final end, i.e. support, rest, relief SN.i.38; AN.i.155, AN.i.156 (tāṇa lena dīpa etc.); Ja.v.501 = Ja.vi.375 (dīpañ ca p.).
  2. (adj. ˚)
    1. going through to, en …

parāyaṇa →

pts

Parāyana & Parāyaṇa

neuter

  1. (n.) final end, i.e. support, rest, relief SN.i.38; AN.i.155, AN.i.156 (tāṇa lena dīpa etc.); Ja.v.501 = Ja.vi.375 (dīpañ ca p.).
  2. (adj. ˚)
    1. going through to, en …

parāyin →

pts

adjective having one’s refuge or resort (in), being supported, only neg. aparāyinī (f.) without support Ja.iii.386.

fr. parāyana

patta →

pts

…Snp-a.283); Pv-a.86.

  • -yāna having wings as vehicle, “winggoer,” i.e. a bird Snp.606 (= pattehi yantī ti pattayānā…

pattiyāyana →

pts

belief Ja.v.402.

fr. pattiyāyati

paveseti →

pts

…Ja.i.150 (miga-gaṇaṃ uyyānaṃ) Ja.i.291; Ja.vi.179; Vism.39; Pv-a.38, Pv-a.44, Pv-a.61 (gehaṃ), Pv-a.141 (id.); Dhp-a.i.397. 2. to…

pañca →

pts

…pañcavaggiyānaṃ seṭṭho, pañcahi vā saddhādīhi indriyehi sīlādīhi vā dhamma-khandhehi ativisiṭṭhehi cakkhūhi…

paṭikkhati →

pts

to look forward to, to expect Snp.697 (paṭikkhaṃ sic ppr. = āgamayanā Snp-a.490).

paṭi + īks

paṭimokkha →

pts

  1. a sort of remedy, purgative DN.i.12 osadhīnaṃ p. explained at DN-a.i.98 as “khārâdīni datvā tad-anurūpo khaṇe gate tesaṃ apanayanaṃ.” Cp Dial. 26.
  2. binding, obligatory Ja.v.25 (sangaraṃ p a b …

paṭisallāna →

pts

(& ˚āṇa, e.g. SN.v.320) neuter retirement for the purpose of meditation, solitude, privacy, seclusion DN.iii.252; MN.i.526; SN.i.77; SN.iii.15; SN.iv.80, SN.iv.144; SN.v.12 SN.v.398, SN.v.414; AN.ii.5 …

paṭṭoli →

pts

in yāna˚ at Vism.328 is doubtful. It might be read as yāna-kaḷopi (on account of combination with kumbhimukha), or (preferably) as putoḷi…

phalaka →

pts

  1. a flat piece of wood, a slab, board, plank Ja.i.451 (a writing board school slate); Ja.v.155 (akkhassa ph. axle board); Ja.vi.281 (dice-board). pidhāna˚; covering board Vb-a.244 Vism.261; *sopā …

pihāyanā →

pts

Err:510

piyāyanā →

pts

love, fondness for (loc.) SN.i.210.

fr. piyāyati

piṇḍa →

pts

  1. a lump, ball, thick (& round mass SN.i.206 (aṭṭhīyaka˚); Pv.iii.5#5 (nonīta˚); Vv-a.62 (kummāsa˚), Vv-a.65; Sdhp.529 (ayo˚).
  2. a lump of food esp. of alms, alms given as food SN.i.76; Snp.217, S …

pubba →

pts

…BSk. pūrvāpareṇa vyākhyānaṃ karoti “explained in due order” Avs.ii.20 2 ˚rattaṃ “as in the former, so in the foll. night, i.e….

puthujjana →

pts

an ordinary, average person (4 classes of ordinary people are discussed at Cpd. 49, 50) a common worldling, a man of the people, an ordinary man MN.i.1, MN.i.7, MN.i.135, MN.i.239, MN.i.323; MN.iii. …

pālana →

pts

(& pālanā?) moving running, keeping going, living, in phrase vutti pālana yapana etc. at Vism.145; Dhs-a.149 Dhs-a.167; also in defn of bhuñjati1 as “pālan’ ajjhohāresu” by …

pāpa →

pts

adj. nt.

  1. (adj.) evil, bad, wicked, sinful AN.ii.222 sq. (and compar. pāpatara); Snp.57; Dhp.119 (opp. bhadra) Other compar-superl. forms are pāpiṭṭha SN.v.96 pāpiṭṭhatara Vin.ii.5; pāpiyyasika DN …

pāpaka →

pts

adjective bad, wicked, wretched, sinful Vin.i.8; SN.i.149, SN.i.207; SN.v.418 (p. akusala citta); Snp.127 Snp.215, Snp.664; Dhp.66, Dhp.78, Dhp.211, Dhp.242; Ja.i.128; Pv.ii.7#16 (= lāmaka C.); Pv.ii. …

pārāyana →

pts

the highest (farthest) point, final aim, chief object, ideal; title of the last Vagga of the Sutta Nipāta AN.iii.401; Snp.1130; Cnd.438; Snp-a.163, Snp-a.370 Snp-a.604.

late Sk. pārāyaṇa, the metr …

ratti →

pts

night DN.i.47 (dosinā). gen. sg. ratyā (for *rattiyā) Thag.517; Snp.710 (vivasane = ratti-samatikkame Snp-a.496); Ja.vi.491. abl. sg. rattiyā in phrases abhikkantāya r. at the waning of night D …

rājan →

pts

…by the king Mil.252.

  • -uyyāna royal garden or pleasure ground Ja.iii.143; Mhvs.15, Mhvs.2
  • -orodhā a lady from the…

rājā →

pts

…by the king Mil.252.

  • -uyyāna royal garden or pleasure ground Ja.iii.143; Mhvs.15, Mhvs.2
  • -orodhā a lady from the…

sadda →

pts

  1. sound, noise DN.i.79, DN.i.152; DN.iii.102 sq., DN.iii.146, DN.iii.234 DN.iii.244 sq., DN.iii.269, DN.iii.281; MN.iii.56, MN.iii.267; AN.iii.30 sq.; AN.iv.91, AN.iv.248; Ja.i.3 (ten sounds); Snp. …

sajjhāya →

pts

repetition, rehearsal study DN.iii.241; Vin.i.133; Vin.ii.194; AN.iv.136; SN.v.121; Ja.i.116, Ja.i.436; Ja.ii.48; Mil.12, Kp-a.24; Vb-a.250 sq. -ṃ karoti to study DN.iii.241; AN.iii.22; Ja.v.54. …

sallīyanā →

pts

stolidity Dhs.1156, Dhs.1236.

samatha →

pts

  1. calm, quietude of heart MN.i.33; AN.i.61, AN.i.95; AN.ii.140; AN.iii.86 sq. (ceto˚), AN.iii.116 sq., AN.iii.449; AN.iv.360; AN.v.99; DN.iii.54, DN.iii.213, DN.iii.273; Dhp-a.ii.177; SN.iv.362; Dhs …

samaya →

pts

…samaye DN-a.i.291; ariyānaṃ samaye Mil.229. 7. end, conclusion, annihilation Snp.876; -vimutta finally emancipated AN.iii.173; AN.v.336…

sambodhi →

pts

the same as sambodha, the highest enlightenment DN.i.156; DN.ii.155; Dhp.89 = SN.v.29; Snp.478; SN.i.68, SN.i.181; AN.ii.14; Iti.28, Iti.42, Iti.117; Snp-a.73 See also sammā˚. …

sambādha →

pts

  1. crowding, pressure, inconvenience from crowding, obstruction Vism.119 janasambādharahita free from crowding Mil.409 kiṭṭhasambādha crowding of corn, the time when the corn is growing thick MN.i.115 …

sampadā →

pts

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

sampavaṅkatā →

pts

connection, friendliness, intimacy SN.i.87; AN.iii.422 (pāpa˚ & kalyāṇa˚); AN.iv.283 sq.; AN.v.24, AN.v.199; Dhs.1326; Pp.20, Pp.24; Dhs-a.394. Cp anu˚ Vin.ii.88.

fr. last

sampavāyana →

pts

making fragrant Vv-a.344.

fr. last

sampiyāyanā →

pts

intimate relation, great fondness Ja.iii.492.

saṃ + piyāyanā

sapadānaṃ →

pts

adverb “with the same steps,” i.e. without interruption, constant successive (cp. Lat stante pede & Sk. adv.; sapadi at once).

  1. lit. (perhaps a later use) of a bird at Ja.v.35 …

sayana →

pts

  1. lying down, sleeping Vism.26; Pv-a.80 (mañca˚).
  2. bed, couch Vin.i.57, Vin.i.72; Vin.ii.123; DN.i.5, DN.i.7; AN.i.132; Ja.ii.88; Ja.v.110 (˚ṃ attharāpeti to spread out a bed); Mil.243, Mil.348; M …

sayati FIXME double →

pts

sayāna (med.) DN.i.90; DN.ii.292; MN.i.57; Iti.117; Snp.1145; & semāna DN.ii.24; MN.i.88;…

sayāna →

pts

is ppr. of sayati lying down (e.g. AN.ii.13 sq.): see seti.

saṅgatika →

pts

kalyāṇa˚, pāpa˚, united with, MN.ii.222, MN.ii.227.

adj.

saṅkhā →

pts

…is called DN-a.i.41 (uyyānaṃ Ambalaṭṭhikā t’eva s. g.). saṅkhaṃ na upeti (nopeti) cannot be called by a name, does not count…

saṅkhāna →

pts

…& Saṅkhyāna (nt.) calculation, counting DN.i.11; MN.i.85; DN-a.i.95 Dhtp.613 (khy).

fr. saṃ + khyā, cp….

saṭṭhi →

pts

ordinal number sixty DN.i.45; DN.ii.261; Snp.538; Dhp-a.iii.412 (ekūna˚). It is found mostly in the same application as cha (group-number) e.g. at Ja.i.64 (˚turiya-sahassāni); Vv- …

sena →

pts

Sena1

lying, sleeping; couch, bed Ja.v.96 (= sayana).

= sayana

Sena2

a hawk Ja.i.273; Ja.ii.51, Ja.ii.60; Dhp-a.ii.267.

Sk. śyena

senāsana →

pts

sleeping and sitting, bed & chair, dwelling, lodging Vin.i.196, Vin.i.294, Vin.i.356; Vin.ii.146 Vin.ii.150 (˚parikkhāra-dussa); Vin.iii.88 etc.; DN.ii.77; AN.i.60; Iti.103, Iti.109; DN-a.i.208; Ja. …

seti →

pts

sayāna (med.) DN.i.90; DN.ii.292; MN.i.57; Iti.117; Snp.1145; & semāna DN.ii.24; MN.i.88;…

sikkhāpada →

pts

set of precepts, “preceptorial,” code of training; instruction, precept, rule

  1. in general: DN.i.63, DN.i.146, DN.i.250; MN.i.33; AN.i.63, AN.i.235 sq. AN.ii.14, AN.ii.250 sq.; AN.iii.113, AN.iii.26 …

siri →

pts

Sirī (siri)

feminine

  1. splendour, beauty Snp.686 (instr. siriyā); Ja.vi.318 (siriṃ dhāreti).
  2. luck, glory majesty, prosperity SN.i.44 (nom. siri); Ja.ii.410 (siriṃ) Ja.ii.466; DN-a.i.148; Vv-a. …

sirī →

pts

Sirī (siri)

feminine

  1. splendour, beauty Snp.686 (instr. siriyā); Ja.vi.318 (siriṃ dhāreti).
  2. luck, glory majesty, prosperity SN.i.44 (nom. siri); Ja.ii.410 (siriṃ) Ja.ii.466; DN-a.i.148; Vv-a. …

siṅghati →

pts

to sniff, to get scent of SN.i.204 = Ja.iii.308; DN-a.i.38. Cp. upa˚.

siṅgh, given as “ghāyana” at Dhtp.34

soka →

pts

the flame of fire, later in sense of “burning grief” grief, sorrow, mourning; defined as “socanā socitattaṃ anto-soko… cetaso parijjhāyanā domanassaṃ” at Pts.i.38 = Mnd.128 = Cnd.694; shorter as “ñāt …

sopāna →

pts

stairs, staircase Vin.ii.117, Vin.ii.152; DN.ii.178; Ja.i.330, Ja.i.348; Ja.iv.265; Vism.10; Vv-a.188; Pv-a.156, Pv-a.275; Vv.78#5; dhura-sopāna the highest step of a staircase (? Ja.i.330.

  • *- …

sotthāna →

pts

blessing, well-fare Snp.258; AN.iv.271, AN.iv.285; Ja.v.29 (where the metre requires sotthayanaṃ, as at Ja.iv.75); Ja.vi.139.

cp. Sk. svastyayana

sukha →

pts

…ease Dhs.984 Dhs-a.346

  • -yānaka an easy-going cart Dhp-a.325
  • -vinicchaya discernment of happiness MN.iii.230 sq.
  • -vipāka

sādiyanā →

pts

appropriating, accepting Mil.95.

fr. sādiyati

sātava →

pts

sweet result (of good words) kalyāṇakamma, Com.) Ja.vi.235, Ja.vi.237. Is it misspelling for sādhava (fr sādhu)?

sāyana →

pts

Sāyana1

neuter tasting, taste Dhtp.229.

fr. sāyati

Sāyana2

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

Toevoe …

sīla →

pts

  1. nature, character, habit behaviour; usually as-˚ in adj. function “being of such a nature,” like, having the character of…, e.g. adāna˚; of stingy character, illiberal Snp.244; Pv-a.68 (+ macc …

ta →

pts

Ta˚

base of demonstr. pron. for nt., in oblique cases of m. & f., in demonstr. adv. of place & time (see also sa).

I. Cases: nom

sg. nt. tad (older) Vin.i.83; Snp.1052; Dh …

tama →

pts

tamo darkness (syn. andhakāra, opp. joti), lit. as well as fig. (mental darkness = ignorance or state of doubt); one of the dark states of life & rebirth; adj. living in one of the d …

tasa →

pts

…tasā, sataṇhānaṃ sabhayānañ c’ etaṃ adhivacanaṃ; also at Cnd.479: tasa ti yesaṃ tasitā (tasiṇā? taṇhā appahīnā, etc., & ye…

thaṇḍila →

pts

bare, esp. hard, stony ground Pv.iv.7#5 (= kharakaṭhāna bhūmippadesa Pv-a.265).

  • -sāyikā (f.) the act of lying on the bare ground (as a penance) [BSk. sthaṇḍila-śāyikā] SN.iv.118; Dhp.141

(= D …

thīna →

pts

…Vism.469; Sdhp.459.

Sk. styāna; orig. pp. of styāyate to become hard, to congeal; stei̯ā (cp. also thira) = Gr. στέας grease, tale;…

thīyanā →

pts

thīyitatta (nt.) = thīna, in exegesis at Cnd.290≈(see thīna) Vb.352.

abstr. formations from thīna

ti FIXME double →

pts

Ti

adverb the apostrophe form of iti, thus. See iti.

cp. Sk. iti

Ti˚

base of numeral three in compound; consisting of three, threefold; in numerical compounds also three (3 times).

*-[kaṭuka](/d …

ti →

pts

Iti (ti)

indeclinable emphatic deictic particle “thus”. Occurs in both forms iti & ti, the former in higher style (poetry), the latter more familiar in conversational prose. The function of “iti” is …

tintiṇa →

pts

greed, desire; (adj.) greedy. Epithet of a pāpabhikkhu AN.v.149 (Com. tintiṇaṃ vuccati taṇhā, tāya samannāgato āsankābahulo vā); Vb.351 (tintiṇaṃ tintiṇāyanā, etc. = loluppaṃ). Tintinati & Tintinayati;

tippa →

pts

…kaṭukā ved. MN.i.74; bhayānaka ekantatippa Niraya Pv.iv.1#9 (= tikhiṇadukkha˚ Pv-a.221); nerayikā sattā dukkhā t. kaṭukā ved˚…

uccā →

pts

˚- adverb high (lit. & fig.), raised, in foll. compounds.

  • -kaṇerukā a tall female elephant MN.i.178.
  • -kāḷārikā id. MN.i.178 (variant reading ˚kaḷārikā to be preferred).
  • *-[kula](/define …

udaya →

pts

…uddayaṃ patthayāna = ānisaṃsaṃ atirekalābhaṃ Vv-a.336); Vv.84#52 ; Dhp-a.ii.270; Pv-a.146 (ulār vipāka), Pv-a.273…

udayana →

pts

going up, rise DN-a.i.95.

fr. ud + i

uddhumāyana →

pts

puffing, blowing or swelling up Ja.iv.37.

fr. uddhumāyati

uddiya →

pts

…in expln. of uddiyāna [Sk udīcīna?]. See udicca & cp. Morris in; J.P.T.S. 1889 202, and last not least Lüders…

uddīpanā →

pts

explanation, reasoning, argument Vism.27 (for ukkācanā). Uddiyati, Uddiyana

fr. ud + dīpeti

uddīyana FIXME double →

pts

Udrīyana & Uddīyana

neuter breaking or splitting open, bursting Ja.i.72; Dhp-a.ii.7 (˚sadda), Dhp-a.ii.100 (paṭhavī-uddīyana-sadda; vv.ll. uddri˚, udri˚).

fr. udrīyati

uddīyana →

pts

Uddīyati, Uddīyana

ete. see udrī˚.

uddīyati FIXME double →

pts

Udrīyati & Uddīyati

to burst, split open, break, fall to pieces Vin.i.148 (vihāro udriyati); Vin.ii.174 (id); Vin.iv.254 (i); DN.i.96 (˚īyissati bhijjhissati DN-a.i.96, so read for udāyati); SN.i.11 …

uddīyati →

pts

Uddīyati, Uddīyana

ete. see udrī˚.

udrīyana →

pts

Udrīyana & Uddīyana

neuter breaking or splitting open, bursting Ja.i.72; Dhp-a.ii.7 (˚sadda), Dhp-a.ii.100 (paṭhavī-uddīyana-sadda; vv.ll. uddri˚, udri˚).

fr. udrīyati

udrīyati →

pts

Udrīyati & Uddīyati

to burst, split open, break, fall to pieces Vin.i.148 (vihāro udriyati); Vin.ii.174 (id); Vin.iv.254 (i); DN.i.96 (˚īyissati bhijjhissati DN-a.i.96, so read for udāyati); SN.i.11 …

uggamana →

pts

(˚na) neuter going up, rising; rise (of sun & stars) DN.i.10, DN.i.240; SN.ii.268 (suriy˚); Ja.iv.321 (an˚), Ja.iv.388; Pv.ii.9#41 (suriy˚); DN-a.i.95 (= udayana); Dhp-a.i.165 (aruṇ˚); Dhp-a.ii.6 ( …

ukkaṃsa →

pts

exaltation, excellence, superiority (opp. avakkaṃsa) DN.i.54 (ukkaṃs-âvakkaṃsa hāyana-vaḍḍhana DN-a.i.165); MN.i.518; Vism.563 (id.) Vv-a.146 (˚gata excellent), Vv-a.335 (instr. ukkaṃsena par exc …

upakkilesa →

pts

…AN.ii.53 (candima-suriyānaṃ samaṇa-brāhmaṇānaṃ), AN.ii.67; AN.iii.16 (jātarūpassa, cittassa), AN.iii.386 sq.; AN.iv.177…

upanayana →

pts

tt. for the minor premiss, subsumption (see Kvu trsl. 11; Mil.154; Ne.63; Dhs-a.329 (so read with variant reading for ˚najana).

fr. upa + ni; cp. naya & nayana

upanijjhāna →

pts

meditation, reflection, consideration only in two phrases: ārammaṇa˚ & lakkhaṇa˚ with ref. to jhāna Ja.v.251; Dhp-a.i.230; Dhp-a.iii.276; Vv-a.38, Vv-a.213. Cp. nijjhāyana. …

upanijjhāyana →

pts

meditation, reflection Mil.127; Vism.418.

for ˚nijjhāna

upasavyāna →

pts

? “a robe worn over the left shoulder” (Hardy, Index to ed.) Vv-a.166 (variant reading upavasavya).

?

upaseniyā →

pts

(a girl) who likes to be always near (her mother), a pet, darling, fondling Ja.vi.64 (= mātaraṃ upagantvā sayanika C.).

Sk. upa + either śayanika of śayana, or sayaniya of śī

upavādaka →

pts

…generally in phrase ariyānaṃ u insulting the gentle Vin.iii.5; AN.i.256; AN.iii.19; AN.iv.178 AN.v.68; Iti.58, Iti.99
an˚;…

upayāna →

pts

nearing, approach, arrival DN.i.10; DN-a.i.94.

fr. upa + , cp. BSk. upayāna Jtm.31#63

upayānaka →

pts

crab Ja.vi.530.

fr. upayāna

upādiyati →

pts

…Snp-a.409, & upādiyāna (˚ādiyāno) Snp.470; Dhp.20. ger. upādāya in lit. meaning “taking up” Ja.i.30;…

upāyana →

pts

going to (in special sense), enterprise, offering, tribute, present Ja.v.347; Ja.vi.327; Mil.155, Mil.171, Mil.241; Sdhp.616, Sdhp.619.

fr. upa + i, cp. upāya

usseneti →

pts

to draw on to oneself, to be friendly SN.iii.89 (variant reading ussi˚) AN.ii.214 sq. (opp. paṭisseneti); Pts.ii.167 (ussi˚); Kv.i.93 (reading ussineti + visineti). See also paṭiseneti.

denom. fr. u …

usuyyanā →

pts

Usuyyitatta (nt.) are exegetical abstr. formations of usuyyā (q.v.). Dhs.1121; Pp.19. Usuyya & Usuya

uttarati →

pts

…Ja.v.204 (ger. uttariyāna = avattharitvā C.)
pp otiṇṇa (q.v.)

caus uttareti (q.v.). Uttari (-) &…

uyyāna →

pts

…ground Ja.i.58; Vv.64#19; Pv.ii.12#9; DN-a.i.235.

Sk. udyāna, fr. ud +

uyyānavant →

pts

adjective full of pleasure gardens Pv.iii.3#6.

fr. uyyāna

uḍḍayhana →

pts

burning up, conflagration Pp.13 (˚velā = jhāyana-kālo Pp-a.187) Kp-a.181 (T. uḍḍahanavelā, variant reading preferable uḍḍayh˚).

fr. uḍḍayhati, see uddahati

uṭṭhāna →

pts

  1. rising, rise, getting up, standing (opp. sayana & nisīdana lying or sitting down) DN.ii.134 (sīha-seyyaṃ kappesi uṭṭhāna-saññaṃ manasikaritvā); Dhp.280 (˚kāla); Ja.i.392 (an˚-seyyā a bed from wh …

vassāna →

pts

(belonging to) the rainy season Vin.iv.286; AN.iv.138; Ja.ii.445 Ja.v.177.

gen. pl. formation fr. vassa, like gimhāna fr. gimha (q.v.). Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. sees in it a contraction of varṣāy …

vaya →

pts

Vaya1 & vayo

neuter age, especially young age, prime, youth; meaning “old age” when characterized as such or contrasted to youth (the ord. term for old age being jarā). …

vayha →

pts

…Vin.iv.339 (enumerated under yāna together with ratha sakaṭa sandamānikā sivikā & pāṭankī); Ja.vi.500 (f.), with sivikā ratha.

grd….

vayhā →

pts

…Vin.iv.339 (enumerated under yāna together with ratha sakaṭa sandamānikā sivikā & pāṭankī); Ja.vi.500 (f.), with sivikā ratha.

grd….

vaḍḍhana →

pts

adjective

  1. increasing, augmenting, fostering; increase, enlargement prolongation MN.i.518 (hāyana˚ decrease increase); Ja.iii.422 (kula˚, spelling ddh); Mhvs.35, Mhvs.73 (āyussa); Dhs-a.406; Pv-a …

vesiyāna →

pts

…Ja.vi.21, Ja.vi.328, Ja.vi.490, Ja.vi.492. As vessāyana at Snp.455 (where vesiyāna is required). Vesi & Vesiya

= vessa, with ˚na as in…

vibhāyana →

pts

shining forth, brightening Vv-a.148.

fr. vibhāti

vijjā →

pts

one of the dogmatic terms of Buddhist teaching varying in meaning in diff. sections of the Canon. It is not always the positive to avijjā (which has quite a well-defined meaning f …

vijāyana →

pts

bringing forth, birth, delivery AN.i.78; Ja.iii.342; Ja.vi.333; Vism.500; Vb-a.97.

fr. vijāyati

vilīyana →

pts

melting, dissolution Sdhp.201. Viliva & Viliva;

fr. vilīyati

vinaya →

pts

  1. driving out, abolishing destruction, removal Vin.i.3 (asmi-mānassa), Vin.i.235, Vin.iii.3 (akusalānaṃ dhammānaṃ vinayāya dhammaṃ desemi); SN.i.40; Snp.921; AN.i.91 (kodha˚, upanāha˚), AN.ii.34 (pi …

vinayana →

pts

  1. removing, removal Mil.318 (pipāsā˚); Pv-a.39 (soka˚).
  2. instruction, discipline setting an example Ja.v.457 (conversion); Mil.220.

fr. vi +

vipassanā →

pts

inward vision, insight, intuition, introspection DN.iii.213, DN.iii.273; SN.iv.195, SN.iv.360; SN.v.52 (samatha +) AN.i.61 (id.), AN.i.95; AN.ii.140, AN.ii.157 (samatha +); AN.iv.360; AN.v.99, AN.v. …

vācā →

pts

word, saying, speech; also as adj. (-˚) vaca speaking, of such a speech (e.g. duṭṭha˚ Pv.i.3#2, so to be read for dukkha˚)
■ DN.iii.69 sq., DN.iii.96 sq., DN.iii.171 sq. SN.iv.132 …

vāk →

pts

˚- speech, voice, talk; only in cpd. -karaṇa talk, speaking conversation, as kālyāṇa-vāk-karaṇa good speech AN.ii.97; AN.iii.195, AN.iii.261; AN.iv.296 sq.; AN.iv.328; AN.v.155; abstr -ta A …

vāta →

pts

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

vāyana →

pts

blowing Vb-a.71 (upari˚vāta).

fr. , vāyati2

vīta →

pts

Vīta1

adjective deprived of, free from, (being) without. In meaning and use cp. vigata˚. Very frequent as first part of a cpd., as e.g. the foll.:

  • -accika without a flame, i.e. glo …

yapana FIXME double →

pts

Yāpana & yapana

(nt.) keeping going, sustenance, feeding, nourishment existence, living. Esp. in one standing combn respecting the feeding and keeping of the body “*kāyassa ṭhitiyā yāpanāy …

yañña →

pts

and of anna, pāna, vattha yāna, mālā, gandhā, vilepana, seyya, avasatha, padīpeyya Cp. Mnd.373

The term…

yojeti →

pts

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

yācitaka →

pts

…Ja.iv.358 = Ja.vi.127 (˚ṃ yānaṃ and ˚ṃ dhanaṃ, alluding to MN.i.365–MN.i.366), with expln Ja.iv.358: “yaṃ parena…

yānaka →

pts

…the shape of the teeth). Yanika & Yaniya;

fr. yāna

yānika →

pts

…in vipassanā˚ & samatha˚ at Vism.588.

fr. yāna

yānikata →

pts

…SN.v.259; AN.v.342; Ja.ii.61; Mil.198. Explained at Pts.i.172, cp. Pts.ii.122, 130.

yāna + kata, with i for a in compound with kṛ;…

yānin →

pts

…is simply “yānena gacchanto viya.”

fr. yāna

yāniya →

pts

…in vipassanā˚ & samatha˚ at Vism.588.

fr. yāna

yāpana →

pts

Yāpana & yapana

(nt.) keeping going, sustenance, feeding, nourishment existence, living. Esp. in one standing combn respecting the feeding and keeping of the body “*kāyassa ṭhitiyā yāpanāy …

yāpya →

pts

…or locomotion: in -yāna sedan-chair, palanquin Abhp. 373. 2. (fig.) concerning the preservation of life, vital, in -rogin one who…

yāti →

pts

…saṃhariyati.“ Cp. yāna as ending
pp yāta. Caus. yapeti & yāpeti; (q.v.). See also anupari˚,…

yāvataka →

pts

…DN.i.50; similarly: y. yānassa bh. as far as the carriage-road DN.i.89, DN.i.106, DN.i.108; y. ñāṇassa bh Ne.25.

fr. yāva, as…

yāyin →

pts

…going, going on to; in yāna-yāyinī (f.) Thig.389 (maggaṭṭhangika˚ having ascended the carriage of the 8-fold Path; explained by…

ñāya →

pts

  1. method, truth, system, later = logic: ˚gantha book on logic Dāvs iii.41.
  2. fitness right manner, propriety, right conduct, often applied to the “right path” (ariyamagga = ariyañāya Vin.i.10) DN. …

ādi →

pts

  1. (m.) starting-point, beginning Snp.358 (acc. ādiṃ = kāraṇaṃ Snp-a.351); Dhp.375 (nom. ādi); Mil.10 (ādimhi); Ja.vi.567 (abl. ādito from the beginning). For use as nt. see below 2 b.
  2. (adj & adv …

ādiyanatā →

pts

in an˚; the fact of not taking up or heeding Snp-a.516.

abstr. formation ādiyana (fr. ādiya ger. of ādiyati) + ta

āropeti →

pts

…loc.) Pv.ii.9#2 (yakkhaṃ yānaṃ āropayitvāna); Pv-a.62 (sarīraṃ citakaṃ ā.), Pv-a.100 (bhaṇḍaṃ sakaṭesu ā.). 3. to put on,…

āsasāna →

pts

…Snp-a.365 however reads āsayāna), Snp.1090; Thag.528; Ja.iv.18 (= āsiṃsanto C.), Ja.iv.381; Ja.v.391 (= āsiṃsanto C.). See anāsasāna…

āsayati →

pts

to wish, desire, hope, intend Ja.iv.291 (grd. āsāyana, gloss esamāna). See āsaya.

ā + śī; lit. “lie on”, cp. Ger. anliegen & Sk. āśaya = Ger. Angelegenheit

āyanā →

pts

…it to i and understood it to be the same as āyāna.

?

āyatana →

pts

  1. stretch, extent, reach, compass, region; sphere, locus, place, spot; position, occasion (corresponding to Bdhgh’s definition at DN-a.i.124 as “samosaraṇa”) DN.iii.241, DN.iii.279 (vimutti˚); SN.ii …

āyāna →

pts

coming, arrival: see āyanā.

fr. ā + to go

ḍeti →

pts

to fly; only in simile “seyyathā pakkhī sakuṇo yena yen’ eva ḍeti…” DN.i.71 = MN.i.180, MN.i.269 = AN.ii.209 Pp.58; Ja.v.417. Cp. dayati & dīyati, also uḍḍeti.

Sk. *ḍayate = dīyati; ḍayana flying. T …

ṭhita →

pts

…sq. (ṭh. caranto nisinna sayāna); Ja.i.167; Ja.i.279; Ja.iii.53
■ with ger.: nahātvā ṭh. & nivāsetvā ṭh. (after bathing & dressing)…