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pubba →

pts

…(neg.) apubba (nt. what has not been before, something new Vv-a.117, Vv-a.287 acc. as adv. in phrase *[apubbaṃ…

abhidhamati →

pts

blow on or at AN.i.257.

abhi + dhamati, cp. Sk. abhi˚ & api-dhamati

vippavasati →

pts

…vinā hoti Cnd.582); Ja.iv.51, Ja.iv.439
pp vippavuttha.

vi + pavasati

sakka →

dppn

…always spoken of as chief of the devas. The Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.i.229 contains…

anattā →

nyana

…exists an identity ‘I’ that has the sense-contact, that feels, desires, becomes attached, continues and at rebirth again enters a new…

abhi-uyyāta →

ncped

abhi-uyyāta

pp mfn. who has marched out (against, acc.)

anubhoti →

ncped

experiences, enjoys, suffers; partakes of, has a share in. attains, is equal to; is able; suffices

anubhavati →

ncped

experiences, enjoys, suffers; partakes of, has a share in; attains, is equal to; is able; suffices

ayas →

ncped

(nom. ayo; acc. ayo, ayaṃ; instr. ayasā, ayena; abl. ayasā, ayato) iron; metal.

paṭivirata →

pts

adjective abstaining from, shrinking from (with abl.) DN.i.5; MN.iii.23; SN.v.468; Iti.63; Pp.39 Pp.58; DN-a.i.70; Pv-a.28, Pv-a.260
app˚; not abstaining from Vin.ii.296; SN.v.468; Iti.64.

p …

ṭhāna →

pts

…of suffering or ordeals); hattha-pasāraṇa-ṭṭhāna condition of outstretched hands Dhp-a.i.298 loc. ṭhāne (-˚) when required, at…

vuṭṭhita →

pts

risen (out of), aroused, having come back from (abl.) DN.ii.9 (paṭisallāṇā); Snp.p.59; SN.iv.294.

pp. of vuṭṭhahati; cp. uṭṭhita

aya →

ncped

(nom. ayo; acc. ayo, ayaṃ; instr. ayasā, ayena; abl. ayasā, ayato) iron; metal.

nirajjati →

pts

…’haṃ = na jānim ahaṃ Thag-a.90. Kern (wrongly) proposes reading virajjhi).

Pass. of nirajati, nis + ajati, Vedic nirajati to drive…

anantarā →

ncped

immediately after; next, then; next to (gen. or abl.)

abhi →

pts

…fill up (for fill); e.g. , abbhatikkanta (= ati ˚ C.) abbhatīta (“vorbei gegangen”), abbhantara (“with-in” b-innen or “in here”),…

cakkavatti →

dppn

…figure, a life longer than that of other men, good health, and popularity with all classes of his subjects. The perfume of sandalwood issues…

upaka →

dppn

…when the Buddha told him what he had accomplished he asked the Buddha if he were “Anantajina.” When the Buddha acknowledged it, Upaka shook…

yakkha →

dppn

…Rakkhasas, Dānavas, Gandhabbas, Kinnaras, and Mahoragas (? Nāgas).

Elsewhere AN.ii.38 they rank, in progressive order, between manussā and…

attan →

pts

-sukha happiness of oneself, self-success Dpvs.i.66, cp. Dpvs.ii.11.

  • -hita personal welfare one’s…

sakkā →

pts

…465. A corresponding formation, similar in meaning, is labbhā (q.v.)

para →

pts

…(= upatthadda C.) -tthabbha is to be read for ˚tthambha at Ja.iv.313, in meaning = ˚tthaddha (kismiṃ). -dattūpajīvin living on…

ghātimant →

pts

adjective able to strike, able to pierce (of a needle), in ghana˚ going through hard material easily Ja.iii.282.

dakkha →

pts

…dexterity, ability, skill Ja.iii.466.

dakkha1 + ya, see…

ora →

pts

…months; id. p. at Pv.i.10#12 has uddhaṃ); Pv-a.154 (dahato); instr. orena Ja.v.72 abl. orato on this side Mil.210.

*…

jīna →

pts

…Ja.v.99 (atthaṃ: robbed of their possessions; Com parihīna vinaṭṭha)
■ with abl.: Ja.v.401 (read jīnā dhanā).

pp. of jīyati

abbhantara →

pts

…Mil.262, Mil.281 (bāhir-abbhantara dhana) Dhp-a.ii.74 (adj. c. gen. being among; variant reading abbhantare). Cases used adverbially: instr….

dabba →

pts

…399, n. 4 (= Sk. bhavya, cp. Pāṇini v.3, 104 dravyaṃ ca bhavyaḥ) 2. material, substance property; something substantial, a worthy…

dhaṃsati →

pts

…On similar sound-change P. dhaṃs˚ → Sk. dharṣ cp. P. daṃseti → Sk. darśayati). Caus. of dhṛṣṇoti to be daring, to…

sakka →

pts

adjective able, possible Snp.143. sasakkaṃ (= sa3 + s.) as much as possible, as much as one is able to MN.i.415, MN.i.514. Sakkacca(m)

fr. śak, cp. Sk. śakya

akuppa →

ncped

…immovable; not open to challenge or valid objection. 2. (n.) what is not able to be disturbed; (a state of) stability. 3. lack of agitation;…

bojjhanga →

nyana

…investigation of the law dhamma-vicaya-sambojjhanga energy viriya-sambojjhanga, viriya padhāna rapture pīti - sambojjhanga

paticcasamuppāda →

nyana

upanissaya.

The Buddha has said D. 15:;Profound, Ananda. is this dependent origination, and profound does it appear. It is through not…

yutti →

pts

“fitting,” i.e.

  1. application, use Mil.3 (opamma˚).
  2. fitness vāda˚, Kv-a.37; in instr. yuttiyā in accordance with Mhvs.10, Mhvs.66 (vacana˚); Sdhp.340 (sutti˚); and abl *[yuttito](/define/yutti …

yāva →

pts

…bhikkhunā akāmā parivatthabbaṃ (for as many days as he knowingly conceals his sin, for so many days…), parivuttha-parivāsena bhikkhunā…

mocaya →

pts

adjective to be freed, able to escape, in dum˚; difficult to obtain freedom Ja.vi.234.

quâsi grd. formation fr. moceti

ya →

pts

…else); Vb-a.54 (yaṃ labbhati yañ ca na labbhati taṃ sabbaṃ pucchitvā). See also under 3 a (yaṃ kiñci, yaṃ yaṃ) 2. as adj….

vuṭṭhāti →

pts

…sandhi form of uṭṭhahati (q.v.), with euphonic v, which however appears in BSk. as vyut˚ (i.e. vi + ud˚); vyuttisṭhate “to come…

lambin →

pts

…hanging down, able to hang or bend down (with ref. to the membrum virile) Vin.iii.35 (“tassa bhikkhussa angajātaṃ dīghaṃ hoti lambati…

yutta →

pts

…= inf.) Ja.i.64.

  • -vāha justified Vv-a.15.

pp. of yuñjati; Vedic yukta, cp. Lat. junctus, Gr. ζευκτός, Lith….

katatta →

pts

the doing of, performance of, only in abl. katattā DN.ii.213; AN.i.56; Ja.iii.128; Dhs.431, Dhs.654; Snp-a.356; Dhp-a.iii.154 Dhp-a.iv.142. Used adverbially in meaning of “owing to, on account of …

kamyā →

pts

(-˚) in abl. function (of kamyā f. for kamyāya or kamya adj.?) in the desire for: SN.i.143 = Ja.iii.361 (explained by kāmatāya); Snp.854, Snp.929. Kamyata (-) & kammata

kiṃ →

pts

…kiṃ āgamma kiṃ ārabbha on what grounds & for what reason? DN.i.13 DN.i.14, etc.; kiṃ nissita to what purpose Snp.1043
■ Loc….

kathana →

pts

…with Ja.vi.413.

  • -samattha able to speak (of the tongue Ja.iii.459; able to talk or converse with (saddhiṃ Ja.vi.340. *…

abbhāgata →

pts

having arrived or come; (m.) a guest, stranger Vv.1#5 (= abhi-āgata, āgantuka Vv-a.24).

abhi + ā + gata

heṭṭhā →

pts

…head downwards Ja.iii.13.

cp. Vedic adhastāt = adhaḥ + abl. suff. ˚tāt

ā →

pts

…as in foll.: phalāphala all sorts of fruit (lit. what is fruit not fruit) freq. in Jātakas, e.g. ; Ja.i.416;…

dussanīya →

pts

…rajanīya, cp. rāga dosa moha AN.iii.110 (dusanīye dussati, where Iti.84 has dosaneyye) Ja.vi.9; Mil.386.

cp. Sk. dveṣanīya, because of…

atthatta →

pts

reason, cause; only in abl. atthattā according to the sense, by reason of, on account of Pv-a.189 (-˚).

abstr. fr. attha1

dadāti →

pts

…Pv.ii.3#24 (kin t’ āhaṃ dammi what can I give thee = dassāmi Pv-a.88)
■ pret. adā Snp.303; Pv.ii.2#8 (=…

bahati →

pts

…cp. Dhtm.506) explains “baha braha brūha: vuddhiyaṃ.”

doublet of bṛh2

Bahati3

only in Caus. formations: to keep…

bhabba →

pts

…truths & salvation); bhabbābhabba nt & unfit people Cnd.2353 = Vism.205 explained at Vb.341, Vb.342 by “bhabbā niyāmaṃ…

apa →

pts

…˚cāra ˚jhāyati, ˚thaṭa, ˚dāna, ˚dhāreti, ˚nata, ˚nāmeti, ˚nīta ˚lekhana, ˚loketi, ˚vadati.

Vedic apa; Idg. *apo = Gr….

brahma →

pts

…atibrahmā, epithet of Buddha Bhagavā); Snp-a.229 (B. mahānubhāvo); gen abl. Brahmano DN.ii.209; Vism.205; Snp-a.177; instr Brahmanā

brahmā →

pts

…atibrahmā, epithet of Buddha Bhagavā); Snp-a.229 (B. mahānubhāvo); gen abl. Brahmano DN.ii.209; Vism.205; Snp-a.177; instr Brahmanā

alaṃ →

pts

…B. Dhp-a.ii.34.

  • -attha (adj.) “quite the thing”, truly good, very profitable useful DN.ii.231; MN.ii.69 (so read for…

seyya →

pts

…“still better” Dhp.43; Ja.ii.402; Ja.iv.241. Superl. seṭṭha.

Sk. śreyas, compar. formn

dubha →

pts

…Pts.ii.181; Vv.46#21; Vv-a.281 (for Vv.64#19 duvaddhato).

See dubhaya & cp. dvi B II.

dūra →

pts

…Pv.ii.9#10;

ārakā →

pts

…Vin.ii.239 = AN.iv.202 (sanghamhā); DN.i.99, DN.i.102 (adj.) DN.i.167; MN.i.280 (adj.) SN.ii.99; SN.iv.43 sq.; AN.i.281; Iti.91; Ja.i.272;…

etto →

pts

adverb orig. abl. of etad; from this, from it, thence, hence, out of here Snp.448, Snp.875; Ja.i.223 (opp. ito), Ja.v.498; Pv.i.1#1 Pv.ii.10#4; Dhp-a.ii.80 (ito vā etto vā here & there); Pv-a.103.

gama →

pts

…the air Snp.221, Snp.606; Thag.1108; Ja.i.216 (cp. gamana); aghasi˚ id. Vv.16#1 (= vehāsaṃ Vv-a.78); nabhasi˚ going on clouds Snp.687;…

go →

pts

…of cowdung Ja.i.242 -˚bhakkha eating cowdung DN.i.166≈; -māyu a jackal Pgdp.49; -mutta (and ˚ka)…

godharaṇī →

pts

, adj.) being able to be paired (of a young cow), or being with calf (?) Snp.26.

jīrati →

ncped

jīrati1

pr. 3 sg. (abs.) having burnt.

jīrati2

pr. 3 sg. grows, increases.

hetutta →

pts

reason, consequence; abl. in consequence of (-˚) Vism.424 (diṭṭhivisuddhi˚).

abstr. formation fr. hetu

vuṭṭhahati →

pts

…sandhi form of uṭṭhahati (q.v.), with euphonic v, which however appears in BSk. as vyut˚ (i.e. vi + ud˚); vyuttisṭhate “to come…

jhatvā →

ncped

indeclinable (abs.) having burnt.

āvarati →

pts

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

ārā →

pts

…Perhaps a der. of ārā is āḷakā (q.v.).

Sk. ārâ; *ēl “pointed”, as in Ohg. āla = Ger. ahle, Ags. āēl =…

kalyatā →

pts

  1. the state of being sound, able, pliant Ja.ii.12.
  2. pleasantness, agreeableness, readiness, in ; opp. (applied to citta) Dhs.1156; Dhs-a.377 (= gilānabhāva).

namita →

pts

bent on, disposed to (-˚), able or capable of Ja.iii.392 (pabbajjāya-namita-citta); Mil.308 (phalabhāra˚).

pp. nameti

vokkamati →

pts

to turn aside, deviate from (abl.); mostly in ger. vokkamma Vin.ii.213; DN.i.230; MN.iii.117; SN.iv.117; Snp.946; Ja.i.23; Vism.18
pp vokkanta.

vi + ukkamati

niggata →

pts

…cp niggatika & niggamana.

Sk. nirgata, see niggacchati

sacchikaraṇīya →

pts

adjective (able) to be realized SN.iii.223 sq.; DN.iii.230 = AN.ii.182 (in four ways by kāya, sati, cakkhu, paññā).

grd: of sacchikaroti

vijāyin →

pts

adjective noun in f. -inī able to bear a child, fertile Ja.iv.77 (opp. vañjhā); Dhp-a.i.46 (id.).

fr. vijāyati

paṭibala →

pts

adjective able, adequate, competent Vin.i.56, Vin.i.342; Vin.ii.103, Vin.ii.300; Vin.iii.158; AN.v.71; Mil.6.

paṭi + bala

paṭipucchā →

pts

…Vin.i.325 -vinīta AN.i.72; -vyākaraṇīya (pañha) DN.iii.229.

paṭi + pucchā

ussahati →

pts

…Jtm.215; utsahetavya Divy.494; utsahana Divy.490; ucchahate for utsahate Avs.ii.21

pitar →

pts

…ancestors Ja.v.383; -vadha parricide DN-a.i.135 3. pitu˚ ˚ja originating from the father Ja.vi.589 (+ mātuja) -ghātaka parricide…

ukkamati →

pts

(or okk˚; which is variant reading at all passages quoted) to step aside, step out from (w. abl.), depart from AN.iii.301 (maggā); Ja.iii.531; Ja.iv.101 (maggā); Ud.13 (id.); DN-a.i.185 (id.). Caus …

pura →

pts

…Sk. pura body as given by Halāyudha 2, 355, see Aufrecht p. 273] Thag.279 Thag.1150 (so read for pūra, cp. Kern

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s. v. &...

purā →

pts

indeclinable prep. c. abl. “before” (only temporal) Vin.iv.17 (purāruṇā = purā aruṇā before dawn); Snp.849 (purā bhedā before dissolution (of the body), after which the Suttanta is named Purābhedasutt …

pāra →

pts

…an authority on Snp.992 (sabbadhammānaṃ), Snp.1105 (cp. Cnd.435) DN.i.88 (tiṇṇaṃ vedānaṃ); Dhp-a.iii.361 (id.).

  • -dārika an…

sahati →

pts

…MN.i.33; saha (imper. excuse forgive, beg your pardon!) Ja.iii.109; grd. sayha that which can be endured, able to be done…

pari →

pts

…→ pariyesati, ajjhogāhati → pariyogāhati) and abhi (cp abhirādheti → paritoseti, abhitāpa → paritāpa, abhipīḷita → pari˚,…

sahattha →

pts

…+ hattha

sakkoti →

pts

sakkonto Mil.27-Fut. sakkhati Snp.319; sakkhīti asakkhi* DN.i.96, DN.i.236; Pv-a.38; sakkhi Mil.5;…

samanantara →

pts

adjective immediate; usually in abl. (as adv.); samanantarā immediately, after, just after DN.ii.156; Vin.i.56; rattibhāga-samanantare at midnight Ja.i.101.

  • *-[paccaya](/ …

samattha →

pts

adjective able, strong Ja.i.179; Ja.i.187; Snp-a.143.

cp. Sk. samartha, saṃ + artha

samatthiya →

pts

adjective able Sdhp.619.

fr. samattha

ta →

pts

…Cnd.203; tadaṅga-vikkhambhana-samuccheda Vism.410; tadaṅga-pahāna Dhs-a.351; Snp-a.8; tadangena AN.iv.411

  1. tan˚:
    1. as…

sāmattha →

pts

adjective able Ja.ii.29.

= samattha

sampādeti →

pts

…a single word Ja.ii.164; kathaṃ s. to be able to talk Ja.ii.165 dohaḷe s. to satisfy the longing Mhvs.22, Mhvs.51. 2. to strive, to try to…

sampāyati →

pts

to be able to explain (DN-a.i.117: sampādetvā kathetuṃ sakkuṇoti), to agree, to come to terms, succeed DN.i.26; DN.ii.284; MN.i.85, MN.i.96, MN.i.472; MN.ii.157; AN.v.50; SN.iv.15 SN.iv.67; SN.v.109; …

paripatati →

pts

to fall down, to fall off from (abl.) Vin.ii.152 sq.; Ja.v.417, Ja.v.420; Pv.iv.5#3 (bhūmiyaṃ) DN-a.i.132; Pv-a.37, Pv-a.47, Pv-a.55, Pv-a.62
caus paripāteti (q.v.)
■ …

paraṃ →

pts

(param˚) adverb further, away (from); as prep. (w. abl.) after, beyond; absolute only in phrase ito paraṃ from here, after this, further, e.g. Kp-a.131; Snp-a.160, Snp-a.178, Snp …

nikkhamati →

pts

…Divy.68 etc.) SN.i.156 (ārabbhati +) = Mil.245 (where nikkamati); Ja.i.51 (agārā), Ja.i.61 (mahābhinikkhamanaṃ “the great…

nivāreti →

pts

to keep back, to hold back from (c. abl.), to restrain; to refuse, obstruct, forbid warn Vin.i.46; Vin.ii.220; SN.i.7 (cittaṃ nivāreyya), SN.i.14 (yato mano nivāraye); SN.iv.195 (cittaṃ); Dhp.77, Dhp. …