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l��na, 98 találat.

kilikilāyati →

pts

…L. cal-are, Ohg. hell-an (cp. Sk. krandati?) also Gr.κλάζω, L. clango, Goth. hlahjan (“laugh”) and in Sk kolāhala, kokila, cp….

dīpa →

pts

…making light, shining, illuminating Cnd.399 (= pabhaṃ kara Snp.1136; but cp. Dhp.236 under dīpa2); Vism.203 *…

daṇḍa →

pts

…only in cert. phrases & usually in combn w. sattha, sword. daṇḍaṃ ādiyati to take up the stick, to use…

gala →

pts

…able to be swallowed (of solid food) Dhs.646, Dhs.740, Dhs.875

  • -ggaha taking by the throat, throttling DN.i.144 (+…

aggaḷā →

pts

…(see [occasionally with l.](/define/occasionally with l.)) a contrivance to fasten anything for security or obstruction:

  1. a bolt or…

landhati →

pts

see nandhati & pilandhana. Concerning l → n cp.; laṅgula.

lūkha →

pts

…unpleasant; poor, bad (usually applied to dress or food); mediocre, meagre, wretched. Opp paṇīta (e.g. Vin.i.212;…

āḷambara →

pts

Ālambara & Āḷambara

neuter a drum Vin.i.15 (l); Ja.ii.344 (ḷ); Ja.v.390 (l); Vv.54#18 (ḷ).

Sk. āḍambara

adhara →

pts

adjective the lower Ja.iii.26 (adharoṭṭha the l. lip).

Vedic adhara, compar. of adho

laddha →

pts

…so-called Thag-a.292 (puthulomo laddhanāmo maccho); Pv-a.33 (yamaloka l-n. petaloka), Pv-a.52 (niraya l-n. naraka),…

ālambara →

pts

Ālambara & Āḷambara

neuter a drum Vin.i.15 (l); Ja.ii.344 (ḷ); Ja.v.390 (l); Vv.54#18 (ḷ).

Sk. āḍambara

loka →

pts

…the term is applied collectively to the creatures inhabiting this or var. other worlds, thus, “man, mankind people, beings.”- Loka is…

paduma →

pts

…speciosum. It is usually mentioned in two varieties, viz. ratta˚; and seta˚; i.e. red and white lotus so at Ja.v.37; Snp-a.125; as…

aggaḷa →

pts

…(see [occasionally with l.](/define/occasionally with l.)) a contrivance to fasten anything for security or obstruction:

  1. a bolt or…

āloka-kasina →

nyana

Āloka-kasina: L ight-kasina-meditation on bright light or the white color; see: kasina

nala →

ncped

species of reed; great reed, arundo donax l.; reed; rushes; reeds in general.

uppalin →

pts

…noun having lotuses rich in l., only in f. uppalinī a lotus-pond DN.i.75; DN.ii.38; SN.i.138; AN.iii.26; Vv.32#2;…

kiriya →

ncped

…action, activity; what one does or has done; way of acting. 2. morally significant activity which produces effects

kriyā →

ncped

…action, activity; what one does or has done; way of acting. 2. morally significant activity which produces effects

anussada →

pts

…K.B. anussada; Dhp-a.iv.165 explains with taṇhā-ussāvâbhāva vv.ll. ˚ussada˚); Iti.97 (vv.ll. anussata & anussara).

ludda →

pts

…niraya); Sdhp.286. The spelling ludra occurs at Ja.iv.46 = Ja.vi.306, which is ludda at Ja.v.146. 2. a hunter, sportsman Snp.247 (dussīla˚;…

tāḷa →

pts

…Vism.500

  • -cchidda id. Vin.ii.120, Vin.ii.148, Vin.ii.153 (all tāla˚); Vin.iii.118; Dhp-a.iii.8 (l).

dāḍima →

ncped

the pomegranate tree; saf: punica granatum l.

nibbāna →

pts

…distinctive application till later and more commonly in popular use, where is fused with vṛ; in this sense, viz. in…

labbhā →

pts

indeclinable allowable, possible (with inf.); usually neg (thus = Prohibitive!) Snp.393 (na l. phassetuṃ; Snp-a p.376 explains by “sakkā”),…

nillajja →

pts

adjective shameless Sdhp.382. Ni(l)lanchaka

nis + lajjā

brahmā →

pts

…DN.i.18 DN.iii.30, also called Mahābrahmā (DN.i.235 sq., DN.i.244 sq. DN.iii.30; Iti.15; Vism.578; Dhp-a.ii.60); and Sahampati (Vin.i.5;…

brahma →

pts

…DN.i.18 DN.iii.30, also called Mahābrahmā (DN.i.235 sq., DN.i.244 sq. DN.iii.30; Iti.15; Vism.578; Dhp-a.ii.60); and Sahampati (Vin.i.5;…

nalāṭa →

pts

…the round of the f. DN.i.106; Snp.p.108.

Ved. lalāṭa = rarāṭa; on n → l cp. nangala

nibbiṇṇa →

pts

…Pv-a.159 (tattha-vāsena n-mānaso tired of living there), Pv-a.272 (˚rūpa), Pv-a.283 (˚rūpa, tired of: purohite).

Sk. nirviṇṇa,…

nimmita →

pts

…pucchā; Pv.ii.1#19 (su˚, well constructed i.e. symmetrical); Vism.228 (Mārena nimmitaṃ Buddharūpaṃ); Vv-a.36 (= mitaṃ gacchati…

muñcati →

pts

…may be due simply to a misspelling ñc & cc being very similar

  1. Active.
    pres muñcati Ja.i.375; Ja.iv.272; Ja.v.453;…

ninna →

pts

…elevation, plateau): usually with ref. to a raincloud flooding the low country Snp.30 (mahamegho ˚ṃ pūrayaṃto); Snp-a.42 (= pallala);…

luḷita →

pts

…(˚citta), Mil.383 (a˚); Dhs-a.328 (indriyāni paripakkāni alulitāni avisadāni).

pp. of luḷati

lāmaka →

pts

… ■ Cp. Dhs. trsl.2 § 1025.

seems to be a specific Pāli word. It is essentially a C. word & probably of dialectical origin. Has…

lābha →

pts

…lābhāya) is used adverbially with foll. genitive in meaning of “for my (our) gain,” “it is profitable,” “good for me that” etc.;…

luṭati →

pts

…which is a by-form of lul lolati to move, Caus. lolayati to set in motion. Etym connected with Slavonic ljuljati to rock, Ags. lāēl a…

luḷati →

pts

…which is a by-form of lul lolati to move, Caus. lolayati to set in motion. Etym connected with Slavonic ljuljati to rock, Ags. lāēl a…

luddha →

pts

greedy, covetous AN.iii.433 (with pharusa-vāca & samphappalāpin); Iti.84; Mil.92 (duṭṭha, mūḷha, l.); Ja.i.124.

pp. of lubbhati

loṇa →

pts

…i.e. the strongest among all flavourings).

  • -phala a crystal of (natural salt [phala for phaṭa = *sphaṭa, cp. phalaka]…

loma →

pts

…Ja.i.273 (khaggo lomesu allīyi); Vb-a.57; Dhp-a.i.126; Dhp-a.ii.17 (˚gaṇanā); Thag-a.199; Vv-a.324 (sūkara˚); Pv-a.152 Pv-a.157;…

lokiya →

pts

… 3. common, general worldly Vism.89 (samādhi); Dhp-a.iv.3 (˚mahājana Pv-a.131 (˚parikkhaka), Pv-a.207 (sukha), Pv-a.220 (˚sabhāva)…

lokika →

pts

… 3. common, general worldly Vism.89 (samādhi); Dhp-a.iv.3 (˚mahājana Pv-a.131 (˚parikkhaka), Pv-a.207 (sukha), Pv-a.220 (˚sabhāva)…

lohita →

pts

…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;…

lobha →

pts

…with several comparisons following. Often found in triad of lobha, dosa, moha (greed, anger bewilderment, forming the three principles of…

likhā →

pts

in likhā-paṇṇa at Pv-a.20 is faulty for lekhā˚; (lekha˚) letter, cp. lekha-pattra letter Mālatīm 172, 7.

likhita →

pts

…life, like a polished shell DN.i.63; SN.ii.219, explained at DN-a.i.181 as “likhita-sankha-sadisa dhota-sankha-sappaṭibhāga.” 2….

likhati →

pts

…(R.V. vi.53, 7), cp. with palatal riśati, liśati. Connected with Gr. ἐρείκω to tear; Lith. rë̃kti to cut bread, to plough; Ohg. rīga =…

niraya →

pts

…ripens = paccati, is literally boiled) by terrible ordeals (kāraṇāni) similar to & partly identical with those of Hades & Tartarus. There are…

pīta →

pts

…yellow, goldencoloured Vin.i.217 (virecana); DN.i.76 (nīla p. lohita odāta); DN.iii.268 (˚kasiṇa); MN.i.281…

pageva →

pts

…or much less, a fortiori, lit. “right at the earliest” Ja.i.354; Ja.v.242; Mil.91; Vism.93, Vism.259, Vism.322; Vv-a.258, Pv-a.115,…

ālimpeti →

pts

…change of d to l over ḷ and substitution of limp for ḷīp after analogy of roots in ˚mp, like lup → lump, lip → limp

vimāna →

pts

…traces of foreign (Hellenic-Babylonian influence and rests partly on tales of sea-faring merchants (cp. location of V. in mid-ocean). On…

yagghe →

pts

…person in the voc., followed by Pot. of jānāti, either 2nd jāneyyāsi, or 3rd sg. jāneyya; to be trsld

yāpanīya →

pts

…for supporting one’s life Vin.i.59, Vin.i.212, Vin.i.253
■ Cp. BSk yāpanīyatara a more healthy state Divy.110.

grd. formation fr….

ācārin →

pts

…conduct, one who behaves well AN.i.211 (anācārī viratā l. 4 fr. bottom is better read as ācārī virato, in accordance with variant…

ājīvaka →

pts

…a hearer or lay disciple of the ājīvaka ascetics Vin.ii.130, Vin.ii.165; AN.i.217.

ājīva + ka, orig. “one finding his…

ājīvika →

pts

…a hearer or lay disciple of the ājīvaka ascetics Vin.ii.130, Vin.ii.165; AN.i.217.

ājīva + ka, orig. “one finding his…

āloḷa →

pts

confusion, uproar, agitation Dhp-a.i.38.

fr. ā + luḷ, cp. āluḷati & āloḷeti

veḷuriya →

pts

…of “loka”) we have the foll enumeration of precious stones: pavāḷa coral, lohitaṅka ruby,…

ālāna →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.126 (ḷ) where all MSS. have āḷāhana, perhaps correctly.

for ānāhana with substitution of l for n (cp. apilandhana for…

āvuṇāti →

pts

…upon, to fix on to (c. loc.), to impale Ja.i.430 Ja.iii.35; Ja.v.145; Ja.vi.105
caus 2 āvuṇāpeti Ja.iii.218 (sūle)
pp…

āyataka →

pts

…AN.iii.251 (id.) Ja.i.362. 2. sudden, abrupt, instr. -ena abruptly Vin.ii.237.

= āyata

āyatana →

pts

…as paññatti), usually -˚, viz. kamm˚; Mnd.505; Vb.324 Vb.353; kasiṇ˚; AN.v.46 sq., AN.v.60; Pts.i.28; titth˚; AN.i.173…

āḷāna →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.126 (ḷ) where all MSS. have āḷāhana, perhaps correctly.

for ānāhana with substitution of l for n (cp. apilandhana for…

ṭhiṭika →

pts

…lasting, enduring; existing, living on (-˚), e.g. āhāra˚ dependent on food Kp iii. (see āhāra); nt. adv. ṭhitikaṃ…

viloḷeti →

pts

to stir, to move about Ja.i.26; Dpvs.vi.52.

vi + loḷeti or loleti, cp. vilulita

vanatha →

pts

…pariyuṭṭhāna-vasena vanaṃ tanotī ti vanatho taṇh’ ānusayass’ etaṃ adhivacanaṃ.“-The fig. meaning is “lust, desire,”…

pamajjati →

pts

…rub along, stroke, grope, feel along (with one’s hands) Vin.ii.209 (cīvara-rajjuṃ ˚itvā; cp. Vin. Texts iii.279). Note. pamajjamāna in…

rujati →

pts

…loch etc
■ A specific Pāli l-form is lujjati. A der. fr. ruj is roga illness
■ The Dhtp (469) defines ruj by “bhanga” i.e….

paritassanā →

pts

…phandanā etc. DN-a.i.111); MN.i.136 MN.iii.227; SN.iii.15 sq., SN.iii.133; Mil.253, Mil.400
■ neg. SN.iii.15; MN.i.136.

fr….

patta →

pts

…Snp.673; Pv-a.221. 3. a small thin strip of metal at the lute Mil.53; Vv-a.281.

  • -āḷhalka a toy measure made of palm-leaves Vin.ii.10…

phāṭeti →

pts

…is out of place, where close relation to phāleti (phalati) is evident, and a derivation from phaṭ = sphat, as in Sk….

pulina →

pts

…a grain of sand Mil.180 (l).

cp. Epic Sk. pulina, also Halāyudha 3, 48

puḷina →

pts

…a grain of sand Mil.180 (l).

cp. Epic Sk. pulina, also Halāyudha 3, 48

laṭukikā →

pts

…Cp. Cunningham, Bharhut Tope, p. 58.

Dimin. fr. laṭvāka; dial.

rakkha →

pts

…pass.: in cpd. dū˚; variant reading du

hard to guard Dhp-a.i.295. ˚kathā, s. l. rukkha-˚ warding talk Thag-a.1, in Brethren, 185,…

samavattakkhandha →

pts

…Buddha DN.ii.18; DN.iii.144, DN.iii.164; Dial. ii.15: “his bust is equally rounded.”

sama + vatta + kh., but BSk. sasaṃvṛtta˚

uḍḍeti →

pts

…ādāya uḍḍayeyya; vv.ll. ubbaḍaheyya, uyya dayeyya); Ja.v.256, Ja.v.368, Ja.v.417.

ud + ḍeti to fly. The etym. is doubtful, Müller P….

sāḷava →

pts

…a kind of salad, given as “lambila,” i.e. bitter or astringent at Dhs-a.320 (made of badara or…

thūṇā →

pts

…Cp. Gr.σταυρός (post); Lat. restauro (to prop up again) Gr. στϋλος pillar, “style”; Goth. stojan etc. (see…

tūṇī →

pts

…*tūṇa & tūṇī, to; *tI̊n: see under tulā; cp. Lat. tollo. On ṇ → l. cp. cikkaṇa & cikkhala, guṇa →…

ubbilāvita →

pts

…uppilavati ud + plu; with ll for l after cases like Sk. ālīyate → P allīyati, ālāpa → allāpa etc., and bb for pp as in vanibbaka = Sk….

ummagga →

pts

…(˚cora); Dhp-a.ii.37 (v l. umanga); Dhp-a.iv.104; Pv-a.44 (read with variant reading SS kummagga). 2. a side track, a wrong way, devious way…

unnala →

pts

…a dissimilated form for *ullala (n → l change freq. cp. P. nangala → lāngala; nalāṭa → lalaṭa) from ud + lal to sport, thus…

unnaḷa →

pts

…a dissimilated form for *ullala (n → l change freq. cp. P. nangala → lāngala; nalāṭa → lalaṭa) from ud + lal to sport, thus…

laṭṭhi →

pts

…Ja.iii.161 (in simile); usually -˚, as in aṅga˚; sprout Thag-a.226; dālika˚; of the d. creeper Thig.297; beḷuva˚; of the Vilva…

madhuraka →

pts

…Stengel.“ F. L. Woodward follows me in discarding translation “creeper” and assuming one like “intoxicated” (so also Ud-a.246): see his…

laṅgula →

pts

naṅgula & (concerning l → n); landhati (= nandhati); nalāṭa (for laḷāta).

cp. Sk. lāngula…

brahma-cariya →

nyana

…the vow of chastity, i.e. full abstention from sexual relations. The highest aim and purpose of b. is, according to M. 29, the ’unshakable…

nihita →

ncped

nihita1

laid aside; (what is) deposited, stored; hidden; laid down

nihita2

pp mfn. of nihi set in motion; impelled

tāla →

ncped

tāla1

masculine the palmyra palm, the fanpalm, borassus flabellifer l.;

tāla2

neuter a key.

tāla3

masculine

uddāna →

ncped

summary, a list of names or titles (in verse); a list of subjects (given at the end of a vagga).

ādibrahmacariya →

ncped

primary or fundamental morality; the higher holy life

āgārika →

ncped

āgārikaāgāriya

mfn. & m. feminine belonging to a house; living in a house; a householder; a housewife; a lay person

bala →

nyana

…groups of powers the following five are most frequently met with in the texts: 1 faith saddhā, 2 energy viriya, 3 awareness or…

patti-dāna →

nyana

…a widespread custom in all Buddhist countries. It is presumed that moral merit, especially that acquired through giving food, can be…

kavandha →

ncped

headless trunk of the body (usually alive, or at least capable of movement)