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vi →

pts

…denoting expansion, spreading out; fig. variety or detail, to be trsld by expressions with over or about (cp Lat. e-), as:…

dvi →

pts

…12 yojanas wide extends the radiance Vv-a.16 Vv-a.12 y. as respectful distance Pv-a.137 (cp. 2000 cubits in same sense at Josh. 3, 4); Pv-a.12…

di →

pts

Di˚

secondary base of numeral “2,” contracted fr. dvi: see under dvi B i.4.

ajātasattu →

dppn

…had married a sister of Pasenadi, and when he was killed she died of grief.

The revenue of a Kāsī village had been given to her by her father,…

vijānāti →

pts

…ascertain, to become aware of, to understand, notice, perceive, distinguish learn, know Snp.93 sq., Snp.763; Dhp.64, Dhp.65; Mnd.442. See…

dadāti →

pts

…proh. second. pl. mā dadiṭṭha Dhp-a.i.396; Ja.iii.171
ger daditvā Pv.ii.89.ii (variant reading BB…

kālaṇkata →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) who has died; dead; a dead person.
  2. (n.) death

kālaṃ karoti →

ncped

dies

kālakata →

ncped

  1. (mfn.) who has died; dead; a dead person.
  2. (n.) death

abhidosaṃkālaṅkata →

ncped

having died last evening

abhidosaṃkālakata →

ncped

having died last evening

tuṭṭha →

dppn

A lay disciple of Ñātika who died and was reborn in the Suddhāvāsa, there to attain Nibbāna. SN.v.358 DN.ii.92

subhadda →

dppn

…the Buddha died and the monks stood weeping, Subhadda asked them to rejoice instead, saying— “We are well rid of the Great…

sarakāni →

dppn

SarakāniSaraṇāni

A Sākyan. When he died the Buddha declared that he was a sotāpanna, bound for enlightenment. But many of the Sākyans spoke…

mahāmoggallāna →

dppn

…forth as disciples of Sañjaya. After some time, Sāriputta, wandering about in Rājagaha, met Assaji, was converted by him to the faith of the…

aputtaka →

dppn

…SN.i.89–91 we find Pasenadi, King of Kosala, visiting the Buddha at noonday and telling him that he had just finished having the banker’s…

abhaya →

dppn

Abhaya 1

A monk whose verse concerning the bewildering effects of beautiful sights is in the Theragāthā….

muñcati →

pts

…unpleasantness; variant reading muñc˚); Dhp-a.ii.92 (dukkhā). 2. to send off, let loose, drop, give Ja.iv.272 (saraṃ an arrow); Vism.313…

mocaya →

pts

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

quâsi grd. formation fr. moceti

mano →

pts

…in their state of unsteadiness and fear: niccaṃ utrastaṃ idaṃ cittaṃ (heart), niccaṃ ubbiggaṃ idaṃ mano

mana(s) →

pts

…in their state of unsteadiness and fear: niccaṃ utrastaṃ idaṃ cittaṃ (heart), niccaṃ ubbiggaṃ idaṃ mano

kāḷa →

pts

…black (= sukāḷa) may readily be called “brilliant.” In the same way kāla, combined with other colour-words of black

kāla →

pts

…black (= sukāḷa) may readily be called “brilliant.” In the same way kāla, combined with other colour-words of black

kadalī →

pts

…As the plantain or banana plant always dies down after producing fruit, is destroyed as it were by its own fruit, it is used as a simile…

jotati →

pts

…dyotate to shine, *dei̯ā; cp. Gr. δέαται shine, δ ̈ηλος clear; also Sk. in dīpyate; Lat. dies. Dhtp.120…

jāyati →

pts

…(are reborn as). Cp vi˚.

from jan, see janati

nibbāna →

pts

…life) is n- parāyanā (leading to N. SN.iii.189, cp. SN.v.218; also called n- ogadhā (with similar states of mind, as nibbidā, virāgo,…

ja →

pts

…eka˚, kuto˚, khandha˚, jala˚ daratha˚, dāru˚, di˚, puthuj˚, pubba˚, yoni˚, vāri˚ saha˚, sineha˚.

adj
■ suffix from jan, see…

haṃ →

pts

indeclinable an exclamation “I say, hey, hallo, look here!” Vv.50#8 (= nipāta Vv-a.212); Ja.v.422; Vv-a.77. Sometimes as han ti, e.g….

dukkha →

pts

…sq.; as result of sakkāyadiṭṭhi SN.iv.147, of chanda SN.i.22 of upadhi SN.ii.109, cp. upadhīnidānā pabhavanti dukkhā Snp.728; d˚ṃ…

diva →

pts

…patta); Pv-a.74 (˚ṃ gata) 2. day Snp.507 (rattindivaṃ night day); Vv-a.247 (rattindiva one night & one day, i.e. 24 hrs.); Dhp-a.ii.8…

dhi →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.216 (variant reading BB but text has haṃdi). An inorganic r replaces the sandhi-cons. in dhī-r-atthu jīvitaṃ Snp.440; cp….

ni →

pts

…all) words under this heading are compounds with the pref. ni.

A. Forms

  1. Pāli ni˚; combines the two prefixes…

paccakkhāti →

pts

lit. to speak against, i.e. to reject, refuse, disavow, abandon, give up, usually in connection with Buddhaṃ, dhammaṃ sikkhaṃ or similar terms…

apadāna →

pts

…off, DN.iii.88. 2. [= Sk. avadāna cp. ovāda] advice, admonition, instruction, morals Vin.ii.4 (an˚ not taking advice), Vin.ii.7 (id.) MN.i.96;…

uṇhīsa →

pts

turban DN.i.7; DN.ii.19 = DN.iii.145 (˚sīsa cp. Dial. ii.16); Ja.ii.88; Mil.330; DN-a.i.89; Dhs-a.198. Ut(t)anda

Sk. uṣṇīṣa

ādiyati →

pts

…heed SN.i.132 (variant reading ādiyi, trsl. “put this into thy mind”)
ger ādiyitvā Vin.iv.120 (= ādā);…

anuruddha →

dppn

…the son of the Sākyan Amitodana and brother of Mahānāma. When members of other Sākyan families had joined the Order of their distinguished…

ābhidosika →

pts

…before, of last night Vin.iii.15 (of food; stale); MN.i.170 (˚kālakata died last night); Mil.291.

abhidosa + ika

viveceti →

pts

to cause separation, to separate, to keep back, dissuade Vin.i.64; DN.i.226; SN.iii.110 MN.i.256; Pv.iii.10#7 (= paribāheti Pv-a.214); Mil.339;…

vivasati →

pts

to live away from home, to be separated, to be distant Ja.iv.217
■ Cp. vippavasati.

vi + vasati2

vivara →

pts

…leak, fissure Dhp.127 (pabbatānaṃ; cp Divy.532; Mil.150; Pv-a.104); Vism.192, Vism.262; Ja.iv.16; Ja.v.87; Dhp-a.iv.46 (mukha˚);…

viddesa →

pts

enmity, hatred Ja.iii.353; Thag-a.268.

fr. vi + disa

vicikicchati →

pts

…“dis-reflect,” to be distracted in thought, i.e. to doubt, hesitate DN.i.106; SN.ii.17, SN.ii.50, SN.ii.54; SN.iii.122, SN.iii.135;…

ubbāsīyati →

pts

…i.e. to be abandoned by the inhabitants Mhvs.6, Mhvs.22 (= chaḍḍīyati C.)
■ Cp. ubbisati.

Pass. of…

pacceka →

pts

…one, single, by oneself, separate, various several DN.i.49 (itthi); DN.ii.261 (˚vasavattin, of the 10 issaras); SN.i.26 (˚gāthā a stanza each),…

tudampatī →

pts

…See under dampati.

tu˚ = dial. for du˚, Sk. dve; dampati from dama = domus, Sk. daṃpati = Gr. δεσπότης; cp. also Kern,

taṇhā →

pts

…river of t. Cnd.271#ii; cp. nadiyā soto ti taṇhāy’ etaṃ adhivacanaṃ Iti.114;

  • -nighātana the destruction of t. Snp.1085; *…

rājā →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.164;) Pasenadi (of Kosala; DN.i.87, DN.i.103; Vin.iv.112 Vin.iv.157); Bimbisāra (of Magadha; Vin.iv.116 sq.; Snp.419) Bhaddiya;…

rājan →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.164;) Pasenadi (of Kosala; DN.i.87, DN.i.103; Vin.iv.112 Vin.iv.157); Bimbisāra (of Magadha; Vin.iv.116 sq.; Snp.419) Bhaddiya;…

ratta →

pts

…at Pv-a.39 (variant reading BB.), and Np. rattakkhin “Red-eye” (Ep. of a Yakkha). 3. (fig.) excited, infatuated, impassioned…

pitar →

pts

…Snp-a.423; acc. pitaraṃ Dhp.294; pituṃ Cp.ii.9#3; instr. pitarā Ja.iii.37, pitunā, petyā Ja.v.214; dat. gen. pitu

paṭisaṃyujati →

pts

…to start, begin (vādaṃ a discussion or argument) SN.i.221 (bālena paṭisaṃyuje = paṭipphareyya C.; “engage himself to bandy with a…

paññāpetar →

pts

one who imparts knowledge, discloser of truths, discoverer DN.ii.223.

n. ag. of paññāpeti

palujjati →

pts

…(q.v.) Cp. BSk. pralujyati Mvu.ii.370.

Pass. of palujati = pa + ruj

pada →

pts

…by step Snp.446 (variant reading padânupadaṃ), and pade padaṃ Snp.p.107 (cp. Snp-a.451). 3. (Often synonymous with ˚patha i.e. way, kind, &…

buddha →

pts

…as they appear in later tradition. Before his last existence he practised the 10 perfections (pāramitā q.v.) for many ages, & finally descended…

ādariya →

pts

showing respect of honour; neg. an˚; disregard, disrespect Vin.ii.220; AN.v.146, AN.v.148 Pp.20; Vb.371; Mil.266.

abstr. fr. ādara

patisandhi →

nyana

…in the mother’s womb. Immediately afterwards it sinks into the subconscious stream of existence bhavanga-sota, and conditioned thereby ever…

kapilavatthu →

dppn

A city near the Himalaya, capital of the Sākiyan republic. The administration and judicial business of the city and all other matters of importance…

pasenadi →

dppn

PasenadiSeniya

King of Kosala and contemporary of the Buddha. Quite early in the Buddha’s ministry, Pasenadi became his follower and close friend,…

nigrodhakappa →

dppn

NigrodhakappaKappa

He was the preceptor (upajjhāya) of Vaṅgīsa, and together they lived in Aggālava cetiya, SN.i.185 where Kappa died. When…

nigaṇṭha nāṭaputta →

dppn

…is found in the Sāmaññaphala Sutta. DN.i.57

Nāṭaputta is stated to have claimed omniscience—to be all-knowing, all seeing, to have all…

nandā →

dppn

…nun, sister of Thullanandā. Her other two sisters were Nandavatī and Sundarinandā. Vin.iv.211 Vin.iv.259

Nandā2

Declared…

māyā →

dppn

…Buddha, and wife of Suddhodana of the Sakyan clan. DN.ii.52 Thag.534 Thig.162 She died seven days after giving birth to the Buddha in Lumbinī. An…

muṇḍa →

dppn

…great grandson of Ajātasattu and son of Anuruddha. It is probably this same king who is referred to in the Aṅguttara Nikāya….

kokālika →

dppn

…of the chief partisans of Devadatta. Knowing the Buddha’s might, he was, at first, reluctant to join in Devadatta’s plot against him, but later…

kakudha →

dppn

…at Nādikā. When the Buddha arrived at Nādikā on his last journey, Ānanda asked him what had happened to Kakudha, who was already dead. The…

pāvā →

dppn

…going there from Bhogagāma and stopping at Cunda’s mango grove.

Cunda lived in Pāvā and invited the Buddha to a meal, which proved to be…

hiraññavatī →

dppn

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

Hirakinari1river

hatthaka →

dppn

Hatthaka1

A monk. He was a Sākyan and loved holding discussions with the heretics. When he suffered defeat at their hands, he would…

gotama →

dppn

…was a Sākiyan, son of Suddhodana and of Mahā Māyā, Suddhodana’s chief consort, and he belonged…

dabbamallaputta →

dppn

An arahant. With the Buddha’s sanction, and wishing to be of service to the Order, he took upon himself the task of appointing night’s-lodgings…

cakkaratana →

dppn

…Wheel Turning Monarch (cakkavatti). The Cakkaratana is the Cakkavatti’s chief symbol of office; on its appearance before him, he sprinkles it…

beluva →

dppn

…as having stayed at Beluva after the Buddha’s death. The householder Dasama of Aṭṭhakanāgara sought him there, amid their conversation is…

asoka →

dppn

…Ñātikā in the Giñjakāvasatha, Ānanda mentions to the Buddha that Asoka Thera had died, and asks where he had gone. The Buddha tells him that…

parittābha →

nyana

Parittābha: and paritta-subha: are 2 classes of divine beings of the fine-material sphere; see: deva II.

phagguna →

dppn

…is mentioned in the Aṅguttara Nikāya AN.iii.379ff. as having been visited during his illness by the Buddha on the suggestion of Ānanda. The…

māra →

dppn

MāraNamuciKaṇhaAdhipatiAntakaPamattabandhuPāpimā

Generally regarded as the personification of Death, the Evil One, the Tempter. Sometimes known…

sahampati →

dppn

…When the Buddha was at the Ajapālanigrodha, hesitating as to whether or not he should preach the Dhamma, Sahampati appeared before him and begged…

visākhā →

dppn

…presents. She visited Pasenadi several times, trying to get the matter settled; but he had no time to give to the matter, and, in the end, she…

okirīyati →

ncped

is bestrewn, covered (with); extends in various directions

nibbāyati →

ncped

…passion etc) cease to burn; becomes cool. 3. ceases to burn, goes out (like a lamp or fire); ceases, dies (without the possibility of rebirth)

kaṇḍu →

ncped

  1. itching, an itch.
  2. the itch; an itching skin disease.

sappasoṇḍikapabbhāra →

dppn

SappasoṇḍikapabbhāraSappasoṇḍika

A mountain cave in the Sītavana, near Rājagaha. DN.ii.116 A conversation which took place there between…

eka-m-antaṃ →

ncped

…side (showing respect); at a respectful distance. 2. on one side, aside; out of the way; a little apart. 3. to one side, apart; at a distance; in…