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sākya →

dppn

…Sākyans were very jealous of the purity of their race; they belonged to the Ādiccagotta, (ādiccā nāma gottena, Sākiyā nāma…

nikhādana →

pts

…1884, 83) a chisel Vin.iii.149 Vin.iv.211; Ja.ii.405 (so read for khādana); Ja.iv.344; Ja.v.45.

Sk. *nikhādana, ni + khādati, cp. khādana

nihuhuṅka →

pts

adjective one who does not confide in the sound huṃ Vin.i.3 (cp. J.P.T.S. 1901 42).

fr. nī˚; = nis + huhunka

vana →

pts

…SN.iii.109 (tibba v. avijjāya adhivacana); AN.iii.30; Ja.i.82, Ja.i.170; Dhp-a.i.313; Dhp-a.ii.100.

Ved. vana
■ The P. (edifying)…

nigūhati →

pts

…up, conceal, hide Ja.i.286; Ja.iii.392; Ja.iv.203; Pv.iii.4#3 (≈ parigūhāmi variant reading SS guyhāmi). pp….

huhuṅka →

pts

…i.e. grumbly, rough; -jātika one who has a grumbly nature, said of the brahmins Vin.i.2; Ud.3 (“proud of his caste Seidenstūcker)….

ni →

pts

…as nikkujja → ukkujja, niggilati → uggilati, ninnamati → unnamati). On the other hand a compound with nis is subject to the rules…

bārānasī →

dppn

…the capital of Kāsi. The Bhojājāniya Jātaka J.i.178 says that ‘all the kings around coveted the kingdom of Benares.’ In the Brahāchatta Jātaka…

indapatta →

dppn

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

In times past, Indapatta was…

kamma →

pts

…Snp.263 = Kp.v.6 (anavajjāni k. = anākulā kammantā Snp.262). paresaṃ k˚ṃ katvā doing other people’s work = being a servant…

jāta →

pts

…(born a G. Ja.vi.337; rukkho j. Ja.i.222; latā jātā Dhp.340; gāmanissandhena jātāni sūpeyya-paṇṇāni Vism.250
■ (n. he who or…

jāti →

pts

…of a kamma, resting on avijjā, performed in anterior births & forms thus the concluding link in the chain of the Paṭicca-samuppāda. Under…

jaṭila →

pts

…been j.) = Vv-a.13 = Pv-a.22; SN.i.78; Snp.p.103 Snp.p.104 (Keṇiya j.); Ja.i.15; Ja.ii.382; Ud.6; Dpvs.i.38.

BSk. jaṭila

janati →

pts

…Pv-a.1
■ See also jantu jamma, jāta, jāti ñāti, etc.

Sk. janati (trs.) & jāyate (intrs.); *gene & *gné to (be able to)…

nillajja →

pts

adjective shameless Sdhp.382. Ni(l)lanchaka

nis + lajjā

sumanā →

pts

…a wreath of jasmine Ja.iv.455.

  • -paṭṭa cloth with jasmine pattern Ja.i.62. *…

jana →

pts

…See also puthujjana 2. pl. men, persons, people, beings nānā˚ various living beings Snp.1102 (explained at Cnd.248 as khattiyā…

gayāsīsa →

dppn

…J.i.142, 425, 490f J.iv.180 It is said J.i.185, 508; ii.38f that Ajātasattu built a special monastery for Devadatta at Gayāsīsa.

The…

ta →

pts

…the euphonic t is used (ajja-t-agge). Hence ta- is abstracted as a crude (adverbial) form used like any other root in composition. Thus:…

nipadāmase →

pts

…upasaggā (upasajja?) dāmase () ti attho; endorsed by Müller, P.G. p. 97 & Kern,

Toevoegselen

p.175. It cannot be ni + pa…

jaratā →

pts

old age Dhs.644≈ (rūpassa j. decay of form); Vism.449.

see jarati

āhundarika →

pts

adjective according to Morris J.P.T.S. 1884, 73 “crowded up, blocked up, impassable Vin.i.79; Vin.iv.297; Vism.413 (˚ṃ…

jiñjuka →

pts

…Ja.iv.333 (akkhīni j. ˚phalasadisāni, cp. in same application guñjā); Ja.v.156 (j. ˚phalasannibha); Dhp-a.i.177 (˚gumba).

phuṭa →

pts

…Vin.i.182 (lohitena); Ja.v.266 (in niraya passage T. reads bhūmi yojana-sataṃ phuṭā tiṭṭhanti i.e. the beings fill or are spread…

idhuma →

pts

fire-wood - Tela-kaṭāha-gāthā, p. 53, J.P.T.S. 1884.

Sk. idhma, see etym. under iṭṭhakā

pavecchati →

pts

…pavacchati), Ja.iii.172; Ja.iv.363, Ja.vi.502, Ja.vi.587 (vuṭṭhi-dhāraṃ pavecchanto devo pāvassi tāvade; variant reading pavattento);…

jīva →

pts

…or gaṇhāpeti SN.i.84; Ja.i.180; Ja.ii.404; cp. karamara;

  • -loka the animate creation Ja.iii.394; *…

rājan →

pts

…Vin.iii.222 is “yo koci rajjaṃ kāreti.” The fanciful etym. at DN.iii.93 Vism.419 is “dhammena pare rañjetī ti rājā” i.e. he gladdens…

eḷaka →

pts

…its meaning seems uncertain.

?

Eḷaka2

a ram, a wild goat Snp.309; Vism.500 (in simile); Ja.i.166; Pp-a.233 (= urabbha)
■ f….

paṭivāmeti →

pts

…out again DN-a.i.39.

Cp. J.P.T.S. 1886, p. 160, suggesting paṭivādh˚, or paṭibādhayamāno and referring to Thag.744.

paṭi + Caus….

bubbuḷa →

pts

…SN.iii.141; AN.iv.137; Ja.v.216; Mil.117 Vism.109; Dhp-a.iii.209; Vb-a.33 (as unsubstantial to which vedanā are likened). In other…

rājā →

pts

…Vin.iii.222 is “yo koci rajjaṃ kāreti.” The fanciful etym. at DN.iii.93 Vism.419 is “dhammena pare rañjetī ti rājā” i.e. he gladdens…

jānāti →

pts

…Vv-a.113)
ger jānitvā (Ja.i.293; Ja.iii.276)
inf jānituṃ (Ja.i.125).
caus…

samasāyisun →

pts

aorist Ja.iii.201 (text, samāsāsisuṃ, cp. J.P.T.S. 1885, 60; read taṃ asāyisuṃ).

maccha →

pts

…Snp.777, Snp.936; Ja.i.210, Ja.i.211; Ja.v.266 (in simile); Ja.vi.113 (phandanti macchā, on dry land); Pp.55; Sdhp.610
■ maccha is given at…

tu →

pts

…in late verse ante tu, J.P.T.S. 1884, 5, 31, 37 etc. J.P.T.S. 1913 53; Bd’s Man. 1152 & c. Usually combd

kāḷa →

pts

…va hutvā; cp. kaṇh-añjana Ja.v.155) Cp. also siniddha-nīla-mudu-kuñcita-keso Ja.i.89, and sukaṇhakaṇha Ja.v.202
■…

kāma →

pts

…state of mind; 10. ajjhosāna, hanging on, or attachment.

Nd1. At Cnd.200; Dhs.1097 (omitting No. 8), cp. Dhs-a.370;…

kāla →

pts

…va hutvā; cp. kaṇh-añjana Ja.v.155) Cp. also siniddha-nīla-mudu-kuñcita-keso Ja.i.89, and sukaṇhakaṇha Ja.v.202
■…

kāka →

pts

…animals (sigāla, gijjha) Snp.201; Pv-a.198 (= dhanka); cp. kākoḷa-In compounds often used derisively
■ f….

kuṭila →

pts

…Morris J.P.T.S. 1893, 15) Ja.iii.112 (= jimha); Mil.297 (˚sankuṭila), Mil.418 (of an arrow); nt. a bend, a crook Mil.351. -a˚; straight…

uddiya →

pts

…& cp. Morris in; J.P.T.S. 1889 202, and last not least Lüders in K. Z. 1920 (vol. 49), Ja.iv.233 sq. The word is not sufficiently…

kola →

pts

…sūkaramaṃsa “pork with jujube”); Ja.iii.22 (= badara); Ja.vi.578.

  • -mattiyo (pl.) of the size of a j. truit, always comb w….

badara →

pts

…of the jujube tree (Zizyphus jujuba), not unlike a crabapple in appearance & taste, very astringent, used for medicine AN.i.130 = Pp.32; AN.iii.76;…

makkaṭaka →

pts

…called Uṇṇanābhi); Ja.v.47, Ja.v.469; Mil.364, Mil.407 (pantha˚ road spider, at both passages). -sutta spider’s thread…

sāhunna →

pts

strip of ragged cloth Pv.iii.1#6; Pv-a.173; J.P.T.S. 1891, 5; var. read. sāhunda.

= sāhuḷa

upakūlita →

pts

…says the commentary Morris J.P.T.S. 1884, 74 trsls. obstructed; Mrs Rh. D. in “Sisters” takes it for upakūḷita and…

saṅkuṭika →

pts

doubled up Ja.ii.68; cp. J.P.T.S. 1884, 102.

fr. saṃ + *kuṭ kuc, cp. kuṭila

kaḍḍhati →

pts

…to draw a line, to scratch Ja.i.78, Ja.i.111, Ja.i.123; Ja.vi.56 (lekhaṃ).

dialect. form supposed to equal Sk. karṣati, cp. Prk. kaḍḍhai…

katthu →

pts

? a jackal, in -soṇā j. & dogs Ja.vi.538 (for koṭṭhu˚).

vamana →

pts

an emetic DN.i.12; AN.v.219; cp. J.P.T.S. 1907, 452.

fr. vam

niddhuniya →

pts

? neuter hypocrisy Pp.18 (= makkha); cp J.P.T.S. 1884, 83.

= Sk. nihnuvana fr. nihnute with diff. derivation

bubbula →

pts

…SN.iii.141; AN.iv.137; Ja.v.216; Mil.117 Vism.109; Dhp-a.iii.209; Vb-a.33 (as unsubstantial to which vedanā are likened). In other…

du →

pts

…nikkhitta niggaha, nijjhāpaya, nibbedha, nīta; (p)pañña paṭiānaya, paṭinissaggin, paṭipadā, paṭivijjha, paṭivedha pabhajja,…

dakkhiṇāpatha →

dppn

…be synonymous with Dakkhinajanapada and says that it was the district (janapada) south of the Ganges (Gangaya dakkhinato pakatajanapadam).

It is…

joy →

nyana

Joy: somanassa - Altruistic j. = muditā see: brahma-vihāra.

anta →

pts

…AN.ii.163 (vijjāy’); Snp.1148 (pañhān’)
-kiriyā putting an end to, ending, relief, extirpation;…

nidda →

pts

cave Mnd.23 (Ep. of kāya).

nis + dara, see darī

nisumbhati →

pts

to knock down Thig.302 (= pāteti Thag-a.227).

ni + sumbh (subhnāti)

nisiñcati →

pts

to besprinkle Mhvs.vii.8.

ni + siñcati

nissagga →

pts

Nisagga & Nissagga

giving forth, bestowing; natural state, nature SN.i.54 (˚ss˚). cp. nisaṭṭha

ni or nis + sṛj

nissama →

pts

exertion, endeavour Ja.v.243.

ni + sama

nikkaruṇā →

pts

heartlessness Pv-a.55.

Sk. niṣkaruṇatā; nis + karuṇā

nikasa →

pts

whetstone Dāvs iii.87 (˚opala).

Sk. nikasa, ni + kasati

nikara →

pts

multitude Dāvs v.25 (jātipuppha˚).

Sk. nikara, ni + karoti

nībhata →

pts

bought out Ja.iii.471.

cp. Sk. nirbhṛta, pp. of nis + bhṛ.

nisādana →

pts

grinding Dhp-a.i.308.

= ni + śātana

nisagga →

pts

Nisagga & Nissagga

giving forth, bestowing; natural state, nature SN.i.54 (˚ss˚). cp. nisaṭṭha

ni or nis + sṛj

nijjhāyati →

pts

…MN.i.334 (jhāyati n. apajjhāyati); MN.iii.14 (id.). Cp. upa˚.

Sk. nidhyāyati, ni + jhāyati1

Nijjhāyati2

to be…

nisāna →

pts

hone on which to sharpen a knife Mil.282.

ni + śā to sharpen, to whet, cp. nisita

nisūdana →

pts

destroying, slaughtering Mil.242.

ni + sūd

nijjhāna →

pts

…favour, indulgence (= nijjhāpana), pleasure, delight Ja.vi.207. Often as -ṃ khamati: to be pleased with, to find pleasure in SN.iii.225,…

nijjara →

pts

…AN.i.221; AN.ii.198; AN.v.215 sq. (dasa-n-vatthūni) Pts.i.5 (id.).

Sk. nirjara in diff. meaning, P. nis functioning as emphatic pref.; nis…

nittharaṇa →

pts

…Iti.111 (id.) MN.i.134; Ja.i.48 (loka˚); Dāvs ii.29 (id.); Vism.32; Sdhp.334 (bhava˚), Sdhp.619 (tiloka˚).

Sk. nistaraṇa, nis +…

nivarati →

pts

only in Caus. nivāreti (q.v.), pp. nivuta.

ni + varati

nisaṅkhiti →

pts

deposit (of merit or demerit), accumulation, effect (of kamma Snp.953 (= Mnd.442 abhisankhārā).

Sk. ni-saṃskṛti, ni + saṃ + kṛ.

nirātaṅka →

pts

adjective healthy Mil.251 (of paddy).

nis + ātanka

nikāmeti →

pts

to crave, desire, strive after, ppr nikāmayaṃ SN.i.122, & nikāmayamāna Vin.ii.108. Cp. nikanta & nikanti.

Sk. ni-kāmayati, ni + kāmeti

nimīlati →

pts

…shut, close (the eyes) Ja.i.279; Dhp-a.ii.6 (akkhīni nimmīlituṃ nâsakkhi) Caus. nim(m)īl-eti id. MN.i.120; Dhp-a.ii.28 (paralokaṃ…

nippothana →

pts

crushing, beating, destroying Snp-a.390.

nis + pothana of puth to crush

nippāpa →

pts

adjective free from sin Snp.257 = Dhp.205.

nis + pāpa

nippakka →

pts

adjective boiled, infused Vin.i.200.

nis + pakka

niraggika →

pts

adjective without fire Mil.324 (˚okāsa).

nis + aggi + ka

nirajjati →

pts

…Thig.93 (aor. nirajji ’haṃ = na jānim ahaṃ Thag-a.90. Kern (wrongly) proposes reading virajjhi).

Pass. of nirajati, nis +…

nippabha →

pts

adjective without splendour Ja.ii.415; Mil.102.

nis + prabhā

niratta →

pts

…rejected, thrown off, given up Snp.1098; Cnd.359. Note. At Snp.787, Snp.858, Snp.919 the interpretation of…

nimmūla →

pts

adjective without root, rootless Ja.vi.177.

nis + mūla

niyyādeti →

pts

…gāvo), SN.iv.194; Ja.i.30 Ja.i.66, Ja.i.496; Ja.ii.106, Ja.ii.133; Vv.46#8 niyyādesi = sampaṭicchāpesi adāsi Vv-a.199); Pv.iii.2#11…

nimmīlati →

pts

…shut, close (the eyes) Ja.i.279; Dhp-a.ii.6 (akkhīni nimmīlituṃ nâsakkhi) Caus. nim(m)īl-eti id. MN.i.120; Dhp-a.ii.28 (paralokaṃ…

nimmāniyati →

pts

to be abased, to be mocked Vin.ii.183.

Pass. to nimmāna, of nis + māna

nimmaṃsa →

pts

adjective fleshless MN.i.58, MN.i.364; Pv-a.68.

nis + maṃsa

nimmanussa →

pts

void of men, absence of men Ja.iii.148.

nis + manussa + ya

nirupakāra →

pts

adjective useless Ja.ii.103.

nis + upakāra

niruttara →

pts

adjective making no reply Pv-a.117.

nis + uttara

nirālamba →

pts

adjective unsupported Mil.295 (ākāsa).

nis + ālamba

nillobha →

pts

adjective free from greed Ja.iv.10.

nis + lobha

niggacchati →

pts

…to proceed from, only in pp. niggata (q.v.); at Ja.vi.504 as ni˚.

Sk. nirgacchati, nis + gacchati

nisādin →

pts

adjective lying down DN.iii.44, DN.iii.47.

fr. ni + sad

itivuttaka →

ncped

the name of one of the nine categories (angās) of the scriptures; one of the collections making up the Khuddakanikāya of the Pāḷi Canon

ud →

pts

…to rise up out of (water), ujjalati to blaze up high; udeti to come out of & go up; ukkaṇṭha stretching one’s neck out high (cp. Ger….