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h��naviriya, 59 találat.

citta →

pts

…vippamuttaṃ “with his heart he scrutinizes their pure mind” SN.i.194; vigatâbhijjhena cetasā is followed by abhijjāya cittaṃ…

hadaya →

pts

…bursting of the heart Ja.i.282 -maṃsa the flesh of the heart, the heart Ja.i.278, Ja.i.347 Ja.ii.159 etc….

hindagu →

pts

…for indagu, inda + gu (= ˚ga), i.e. sprung from Indra. The h perhaps fr. hindu. The spelling ; is a corrupt one

higher wisdom →

nyana

[[higher wisdom]]Higher understanding: clear insight based on h. w.: see: vipassanā/i Training in H. W., see: sikkhā

happiness →

nyana

Happiness: feeling of h.: see: sukha - The idea of h. of the world, see: vipallāsa.

yatra →

pts

…“woe to birth that old age is to be noticed in that which is born!”); Mil.13 (acchariyaṃ vata bho… y. h. n. me upajjhāyo…

rājā →

pts

…king, Goth reiks = Ohg. rīhhi = rich or Ger. reich. Besides we have *reig in Ags. rāēcean reach; Ger. reichen
■ The Dhtp only knows of…

haṃsa →

pts

… ■ At Snp-a.277 Bdhgh gives various kinds of haṃsa’s, viz. harita˚ tamba˚, khīra˚, kāḷa˚, pāka˚, suvaṇṇa˚
■…

hi →

pts

…hi etaṃ; no h’etaṃ not so DN.i.3. hevaṃ = hi evaṃ.

cp. Sk. hi

hāna-bhāgiya-sīla →

nyana

visesa with regard to higher excellency, ‘penetration’ nibbedha with regard to the arising of perception and reflection connected with the…

jaṭa →

pts

handle, only in vāsi˚; (h. of an adze) Vin.iv.168; SN.iii.154 = AN.iv.127.

rājan →

pts

…king, Goth reiks = Ohg. rīhhi = rich or Ger. reich. Besides we have *reig in Ags. rāēcean reach; Ger. reichen
■ The Dhtp only knows of…

thusa →

pts

…a bird stuffed with chaff, a straw-bird Ja.i.242;

āsati →

pts

to sit DN-a.i.208; h. sg. āsi SN.i.130. - pp. āsīna (q.v.).

from as

yathā →

pts

…Vin.132 (yo ajjhohareyya, y- dhammo kāretabbo); Vin.iv.126 (yo jānaṁ (i.e. knowing) yathādhammaṁ nihat’ âdhikaraṇaṁ…

olambaka →

ncped

hanging down; what hangs down; something carried hanging from the arm or hand.

upaṭṭhāpana →

ncped

producing, bringing about; arranging attendance; having (someone) served or cared for

tissametteyya →

dppn

…He visited the Buddha with his colleagues and when the Buddha answered his questions, he, and his thousand pupils became arahants. Tissa was his…

tusita →

dppn

…is the rule for all Bodhisattas to be born in Tusita in their last life but one. The inhabitants of Tusita were present at the Mahāsamaya….

yakkha →

dppn

…at will, to any place, with their abodes, and work miracles, such as assuming any shape at will.

Sometimes the Yakkhas have been degraded to the…

akanittha →

nyana

…or Non-junior Ones’, i.e. ‘Highest Gods’, are the inhabitants of the 5th and highest heaven of the Pure Abodes suddhāvāsa, cf. avacara deva…

antepura →

ncped

the royal palace, esp. the inner apartments, the harem.

ekaka →

ncped

…a single; the only… 2. having one; having a single (verse)

  1. (m.)
    1. a group of one; a set consisting of a single item.
    2. (or perhaps…

aparādika →

ncped

(one) who has offended or committed a fault, who has fallen short (of).

appāṇaka →

ncped

name of a certain form of jhāna (prob, involving holding one’s breath)

tatratatrābhinandana →

ncped

, ~a., feminine pleasure in this and that; delight here and there.

upaṭṭhapana →

ncped

producing, bringing about; arranging attendance; having (someone) served or cared for

gihinī →

ncped

the wife of a householder; a woman who lives the household (worldly and sensual) life.

ubhatovyañjanaka →

ncped

having the sexual characteristics of both sexes; hermaphrodite

indakhīla →

ncped

post or stone set in the ground at the door of a house or palace or at the city gates against which the door or gate was closed; a threshold

jāpeti →

ncped

confiscates; has someone’s property confiscated, has someone fined.

kumbhakārikā →

ncped

the pot-work, the potter’s work; (Dhaniya’s clay hot, see Vin iii 41)

sundarīnandā →

dppn

…sister of Thullanandā; she had two other sisters, Nandā and Nandavatī. Sāḷha Migāranattā seduced her, and she was proclaimed guilty of a…

ubhatovyañjana →

ncped

having the sexual characteristics of both sexes; hermaphrodite

tagarasikhī →

dppn

…the food, was displeased with his wife’s generosity, thinking to himself that it were better that slaves and workmen should have eaten the food….

sumedhā →

dppn

…Therīgāthā verses, of which she has the greatest number of any of the nuns, speak of the emptiness of the home life and the advantages of…

saṅkicca →

dppn

…meditating in the forest, free of harmful intentions, and confident that his religious path is accomplished. Thag.597–607

mahaka →

dppn

A novice, pupil of Upananda, who is mentioned as having been guilty of a sexual offence with Kaṇḍakā, another novice. Vin.i.70

khitaka →

dppn

Khitaka1

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

Khitaka2

A monk whose…

bījaka →

dppn

…first Pārājika. The son was called Bījaka, and so Sudinna came to be called Bījakapitā and the mother Bījakamātā. Both Bījaka and his…

ti-lakkhana →

nyana

…no-self anattā.

Whether Perfect Ones appear in the world, or whether Perfect Ones do not appear in the world, it still remains a firm…

bāhiraka →

pts

…disciples of other teachers than the Buddha, esp. Brahmanic (cp. bāhira˚ and BSk. bāhirako mārgaḥ, e.g. Mvu.i.284; Mvu.ii.210; Mvu.ii.223)…

aha →

pts

…See also ahaha.

cp. Sk. aha & P. aho; Germ. aha; Lat. ehem etc.

Aha2

(-˚) & Aho (˚-) neuter…

rūpa →

pts

…of rūpabhava, which has got raised into a third main division.) This triad is also found in combinations with loka or…

niraya →

pts

…is “n’ atthi ettha ayo sukhan ti” = there is no good; that given by Bdhgh at Vism.427 “n’ atthi ettha assādasaññito ayo” (no…

nivesana →

pts

…Snp.1055 (nandi + ; = taṇhā Cnd.366); Dhp.40 (diṭṭhi˚); Mnd.76 Mnd.110. See also nivesa.

Vedic niveśana, fr….

paccaggaḷa →

pts

adjective in phrase paccaggaḷe aṭṭhāsi “stuck in his throat” MN.i.333.

pratyak + gaḷa

paripucchaka →

pts

…Cnd.386; Sdhp.90
■ f. abstr paripucchakatā questioning Vism.132 (one of the 7 constituents of dhamma-vicaya-sambojjhanga).

fr. pari +…

phala →

pts

…vibhītaka, āmalaka, goṭhaphala. At Mil.333 a set of 7 fruits is used metaphorically in simile of the Buddha’s fruit-shop, viz….

phusati →

pts

…sense of attaining to the highest ideal of religious aspiration, in foll. phrases ceto-samādhiṃ ph. DN.i.13 = DN.iii.30, DN.iii.108…

phuṭa →

pts

…wide) tiṭṭhati, which is the more correct reading)

■ See also ophuṭa & cp.; phuta3.

pp. of…

pihālu →

pts

…On y → h cp. P. paṭṭhayati for paṭṭhahati

pāsaka →

pts

…the dress Vin.ii.136; for the hair Thig.411 (if Morris, J.P.T.S. 1893, 45, 46, is right to be corr. fr. pasāda).

fr….

pāvāḷa →

pts

hair; only in cpd. -nipphoṭanā pulling out one’s hair SN.iv.300. Pavisa & Pavekkhi;

see pavāḷa

pūjaneyya →

pts

Pūjaneyya & Pūjanīya

to be honoured, entitled to homage SN.i.175; Snp-a.277; -īya Ja.iii.83 Sdhp.230, Sdhp.551.

grd. of pūjeti

pūjanīya →

pts

Pūjaneyya & Pūjanīya

to be honoured, entitled to homage SN.i.175; Snp-a.277; -īya Ja.iii.83 Sdhp.230, Sdhp.551.

grd. of pūjeti

ropana →

pts

…(ārāma˚); Mhvs.15, Mhvs.41. 2. healing SN.iv.177 (vaṇa˚) 3. furthering, making grow Pts.ii.115 (buddhi˚). 4. (f.) accusation…

sagāmeyya →

pts

adjective [grd. formation fr. gāma, + sa2 = saṃ˚) hailing from the same village SN.i.36, SN.i.60.

nahuta →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.88; Pv-a.22, Pv-a.265.

Sk. nayuta (m. pl.) of unknown etym. Is it the same as navuti? The corresponding v → y → h is…