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…forth, forward, out: papatati fall forward, i.e. down; ˚neti bring forth (to); ˚gaṇhāti hold out; ˚tharati spread forth; ˚dhāvati…
…sg. fut. bhāsihi = bhāsissasi pakāsessasi Snp-a.499). Usually with prep prefix pa˚; (so read at Pv.i.10#9 for ca…
…(vuṭṭhi-dhāraṃ pavecchanto devo pāvassi tāvade; variant reading pavattento); Pv.ii.9#43 (= deti Pv-a.130), Pv.ii.9#70 (= pavatteti…
…say “etc.,” to indicate that a passage has be to repeated (either from preceding context, or to be supplied from memory, if well known) The…
prostration, adoration Dāvs v.53.
fr. pa + ni + pat
…up, blown up Mil.274.
anu + pa + hata, pp. of anu + pa + han
adjective not destroyed, not…
…of pa + vac, but sometimes confounded with pavatta, pp. of pa + vṛt, cp. pavutti
scattered forth, strewn, sown…
…phenomena nāma - rūpa - dhammā as presented to the investigating mind by awareness or mindfulness, the 1st factor. With that…
…the rebirth-process upapatti-bhava.
10. Bhava-paccayā jāti Through the rebirth-producing kamma-process of becoming…
…legendary beliefs, the Buddha had his own theory of the attributes of a Mahāpurisa as explained in the Mahāpurisa Sutta SN.v.158 and the…
- (act.) who has crossed; who has gone beyond; who has escaped from.
- (pass) crossed; gone beyond
…(who has) fallen away; who has abandoned (the holy life) 2. (who has) fallen from one state of existence (to another); who has died; ceased, come…
…was present when Dīgha-Tapassī reported to Nāṭaputta an account of his visit to the Buddha in the…
…a ‘blind worldling’ andha - p who has neither knowledge of, nor interest in the fundamental teaching the Truths, groups, etc.; or he is a…
…as predominant factors adhipati see: paccaya, for it is said:;Because the monk, through making intention a predominant factor, reaches…
…this present existence, yet that it has come into existence by means of conditions included in the previous existence, such as kamma, etc., this…
who has become in control of his thoughts, who has attained mastery over his thoughts.
who has not overcome the limits, who has not gone beyond what is limited or limits; or not knowing as far as the furthest extent
one who has kept one vassa residence; who has passed one rainy season.
who has crossed the torrent, who has overcome the flood(s)
who has accomplished a journey; who has finished the journey.
who has not gone into, has not penetrated; not having entered; not appeared; not under consideration.
…does, and he tells Savittha that he has realized the truth of the Paṭiccasamuppāda by right insight and that, yet, he is not an arahant. He…
…always spoken of as chief of the devas. The Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.i.229 contains…
who has brought the path to an end; who has broken the cycle.
who has accomplished a journey; who has finished the journey.
…a raised stick;…
…phenomena, as: ‘Materiality has the characteristic of being oppressed; feeling has the characteristic of being felt, etc.’
Full understanding by…
who has crossed; who has got out of, escaped
who has crossed or cut off the stream, who has brought the flow to an end.
anokāsaṃ kata →
ho has not given the opportunity; who has not consented or given permission
…of Stream-winning sotāpatti- phala.
A3. The one realizing the path of Once-return sakadāgāmi- magga.
(one) who has achieved insight; who has achieved (nibbana) through insight.
…elements, sources (see: khandha dhātu āyatana ) #āyatana, form, feeling, perception, mental constructions and consciousness, all these…
…deliverance, is insight vipassanā, i.e. that intuitive knowledge which brings about the 4 stages of Nobility and the realization of Nibbāna…
aor 2 pl. pamādattha MN.i.46; AN.iii.87; AN.iv.139. Other noteworthy forms are aor. or precative (mā) pamādo SN.iv.263…
to rob, plunder, deprive of AN.i.48.
pa + lup
…+ mad, in the sense of pamāda carelessness etc., occur as philological synonyms in exegesis of pamāda at Vb.350 =…
to laugh, giggle Ja.v.452 (ūhasati +). See also pahassati & pahāsati
pp pahasita (q.v.).
pa + has
…Snp.887 (= haṭṭha pahaṭṭha Mnd.296; cp. Snp-a.555 hāsajāta) The pp. pahasita (q.v.) is derived fr. pres….
…Dhp-a.i.253 (khuraṃ pahaṃsi sharpened the razor; corresponds to ghaṭṭeti in preceding context)
pp *pahaṭṭha1 &…
bringing forth, offspring SN.i.69.
fr. pa + su
breaking, cutting DN-a.i.141.
fr. pa + chid
to laugh out loud Ja.vi.475.
pa + jagghati
ger. of pamināti i.e. pa + mā
crushing, destroying Snp.209 (bījaṃ; = hiṃsitva…
desire, greed Pv-a.265.
fr. pa + lubh
adjective (˚-) continuous Vism.32.
pa + bandha
to strike dead, maltreat, hurt Dhp-a.iii.172.
pa + māreti, Caus. of mṛ; marati to die
to cry out (for) Ja.i.166; Pv-a.16, Pv-a.257.
pa + rud
to tell, declare, talk Thag.582.
pa + bhaṣ
vomiting, throwing out Sdhp.137.
pa + chaḍḍana
shouting out, shrieks of joy Ja.vi.282.
pa + nāda
…and go forward). Note. padahasi at Ja.iv.383 read pade hasi (see Windisch Māra & B.; p. 124 & Morris, J.P.T.S. 1893, 51. Windisch takes…
to dangle Vv-a.36 (variant reading BB paj˚).
pa + calati
shaking, trembling, wavering Dhs-a.378.
fr. pa + cal
tube, pipe AN.iv.171 (udapāna˚).
pa + nāḷī
falling down Snp.576 = Ja.iv.127 (abl. papatanā papatanato C.).
fr. pa + pat
paternal great-grandfather Dāvs iii.29.
pa + pitāmaha
pa + putta, cp. Sk. praputra (BR.: “doubtful”) Inscr.
thicket, bush, clump of trees Snp.233.
pa + gumba
lord, master, ruler, owner DN-a.i.250.
fr. pa + bhū
…see compounds abhi˚, pa˚, sal˚.
a sort of quail, Perdix chinensis SN.v.146 = Ja.ii.59. As…
…we find reading “apace paduse (padose?) pi ca” as uncertain conjecture for variant reading BB “amacce manase pi ca.”
splitting, tearing Thag.752.
pa + dṛ.
s. v takes pabhaṃsana as a der. fr. pa + bhrās to shine, i.e. making bright, polishing (as Rh. D.).
fr. pa + bhraṃś, cp….
covered, wrapped, hidden Thag.299; Ja.iii.129.
pa + channa, of chad
crushed, only in cpd. sam˚ (q.v.).
pp. of pa + mathati to crush
to roam forth or about Ja.v.106 (= bhamati C.).
pa + bhamati
faded, withered, languished Mil.303.
pp. of pa + mlā
shaken, trembling SN.i.133 = Thig.200.
pp. of pa + kamp
gone out to, gone forth Pv-a.22.
pp. of pa + sankamati, of kram
adjective ungrateful Vin.ii.199.
a + pa + kataññu
frivolous talk SN.v.355.
saṃ + pa + bhāṣ
(quite) stiff Vin.ii.192; Thag.1074.
pa + thaddha
pa + thandila
…for this probably is that -bha is abstracted from words ending thus, where the word itself meant something inferior or contemptible, and…
…(explained as pavara-dibba-vattha!). 2. the mango tree Kp-a.58 (˚puppha; Vism.258 at id. p. has pāvāraka˚).
fr. pa + vṛ.
…on p. 325 has apapakāsati which seems to imply (a)vavakassati); AN.iii.145 sq. (avapakāsituṃ).
ava + pa + kāsati = kassati,…
to sow out Thig.112.
pa + vap
beginning to rain, raining Mil.120.
fr. pa + vṛṣ
…ag. of either pa + vac or pa + vṛt, the latter more probable considering similar use of parivatteti The P. commentators take…
fr. pa + aj, cp. pācana2
to shine Mil.338.
saṃ + pa + bhās
to send forth after Mil.36.
anu + pa + iṣ
to investigate thoroughly MN.iii.85; SN.v.68.
pa + vicarati
pp. of pa + vi + katthati
to look forward or ahead Ja.vi.559.
pa + viloketi
to be angry Ja.iv.241.
pa + kup
is imper. 2nd sg. of pa + i, “go on,” said to a horse AN.iv.190 sq., cp. SN.i.123.
draught of air, breeze Vin.ii.79 (opp. nivāta).
pa + vāta, cp. Vedic pravāta
bowing, bow, obeisance Thig.407 (˚ṃ karoti).
fr. pa + nam, see…
to be angry SN.i.221, SN.i.223 (˚eyyaṃ).
pa + krudh
to fall down before Thag.375.
pa + ni + pat
…cittaṃ adhiṭṭhahati to set one’s heart on, to wish Dhp-a.i.327. 2. citta as mental status, contrasted to
■ Cp ā˚, pa˚, vi˚
■ Note. cināti also occurs as cinati in pa˚.
Sk. cinoti & cayati; ci, to which also…
adjective blooming, blossoming Sdhp.245.
saṃ + pa + phulla
to deal in Vin.ii.267 (grd. ˚kiṇitabba).
pa + kiṇāti
being born Vism.223.
fr. pa + jan
to be born or produced Ja.v.386; Ja.vi.14.
pa + jāyati
to cleanse, clean, purity DN.i.71 (cittaṃ).
pa + Caus. of śudh