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peta →

pts

…misdeed (usually avarice) They may be raised in this existence by means of the dakkhiṇā (sacrificial gift) to a higher…

vimāna →

pts

…the elysium in Homer’s Odyssey, e.g. iv.563 sq.: ̓σἐς ̓*Ηλύσιον πεδίον κα ̓σἐς ̓*Ηλύσιον πεδίον και…

kāla →

pts

…(opp. dosina r. -meyya a sort of bird Ja.vi.539; -loṇa black (dark) salt Vin.i.202 (Bdhgh. pakati-loṇa, natural…

kāḷa →

pts

…(opp. dosina r. -meyya a sort of bird Ja.vi.539; -loṇa black (dark) salt Vin.i.202 (Bdhgh. pakati-loṇa, natural…

yama →

pts

…Pv-a.98 (+ niyama).

fr. yam

Yama2

the ruler of the kingdom of the dead. See details in Dicty. of Names. In compounds often in…

yakkha →

pts

…of, or are inhabited by yakkhas DN.ii.147 (ākiṇṇa-yakkha full of y.; thus Āḷakamandā may here mean all kinds of supra-mundane…

yoga →

pts

…AN.ii.93 (āsavānaṃ khayāya y. karaṇīya); Mil.35. yogaṃ āpajjati to show (earnest) endeavour, to be active SN.iii.11 sq.; Vb.356…

para →

pts

…(parassa dāraṃ nâtikkameyya), Snp.818 (paresaṃ cp. Mnd.150); Dhp.160 (ko paro who else), Dhp.257 (pare others); Pv.ii.9#19 (parassa…

kāya →

pts

…or in sensing (viññeyya). The formulas vary, but are in essence the same all through, e.g. kāya-viññeyyā phoṭṭhabbā DN.i.245;…

gijjhakūṭa →

dppn

…Sahampati, SN.i.153 the youth Māgha, Snp.p.86 the Yakkha Inda, SN.i.206 Sakka, SN.i.233 SN.iv.102 the Paribbājaka Sajjha, AN.iv.371 the…

ñāti →

pts

…see below). Pl. ñātayo (Pv.i.4#3; Kp-a.209 Kp-a.214) and ñātī (MN.ii.73; Kp-a.210, Kp-a.213 ; acc. also ñātī Pv.i.6#7); Snp.141;…

pubba →

pts

…(-vasena) by way of former practice, from habit Snp-a.413.

  • -āpara 1 what precedes and what follows, what comes first and…

yakkhinī →

pts

…a baby), Ja.v.209 (eaten by a y.); Ja.vi.336 (desirous of eating a child) Vism.121 (singing), Vism.382 (four: Piyankara-mātā, Uttaramātā…

pañca →

pts

…murder, theft, impurity, lying, intemperance (the 5 sīlas) cp. Dhs trsl. 267. -indriyāni 5 faculties, viz. saddhā, viriya, sati,…

kila →

pts

…emphatic: really, truly, surely. (Gr. δή) 2. presumptive (with pres. or fut.) I should think one would expect. 3. narrative (with aor.):…

kira →

pts

…emphatic: really, truly, surely. (Gr. δή) 2. presumptive (with pres. or fut.) I should think one would expect. 3. narrative (with aor.):…

deva →

pts

…(dark & light) is occupied by Yama, the god of the Dead (see Yama & below 1 c). Always implying also a kinship and continuity of life with…

visaya →

pts

…sq.; AN.iii.67; Ja.ii.59 Yama˚; the realm of Yama or the Dead Pv.ii.8#2 (= petaloka Pv-a.107).

  1. reach, sphere (of the senses) range,…

peyyāla →

pts

…is the first syllable of peyyāla so la is the last and is used in the same sense; the variance is according to predilection of…

khema →

pts

…looking upon the Serene Snp.809;

  • -ppatta having attained tranquillity (= abhayappatta, vesārajjappatta) MN.i.72 =…

santa →

pts

…Ja.i.506;

  • -kāya of calmed body Dhp.378; Dhp-a.iv.114.
  • -dhamma peaceful condition, quietude…

na →

pts

…or with cuphonic consonant y: nayidaṃ (Iti.29, Ja.iv.3), nayidha (Iti.36, Iti.37) nayimaṃ (Iti.15) etc. As double negation implying emphatic…

dadāti →

pts

…Pv-a.11 etc
grd deyya Mvu.vii.31. BSk. deya
■ Other der. fr. base 2 are dayati & dayā (q.v.).

  1. Base…

nibbāna →

pts

…anāhāro nibbāyeyya*, as a fire would go out, bereft of food because the former supply being finished no additional supply is…

pari →

pts

…(fig.)

  1. quite, completely very much, κα ̓τ εςοξήν: ˚ādāna consummation, ˚āpanna gone completely into, ˚odāta very pure,…

āhu →

ncped

…past and indefinite time) says, speaks; tells; said, spoke; speaks about; calls, regards as; (to introduce objections) someone might say, it is…

āha →

ncped

…past and indefinite time) says, speaks; tells; said, spoke; speaks about; calls, regards as; (to introduce objections) someone might say, it is…

khīla →

ncped

peg; a spike, a stake; a tethering peg; a post.

samagga →

pts

adjective being in unity, harmonious MN.ii.239; DN.iii.172; AN.ii.240; AN.v.74 sq.; plur. = all unitedly, in common Vin.i.105; Ja.vi.273#2. AN.i.70 =…

pesi →

pts

…a lump, usually a mass of flesh Ja.iii.223 = Dhp-a.iv.67 (pesi = maṃsapesi C.). Thus maṃsapesi, muscle…

araṇa →

pts

…friendliness & see in it a syn. of metta. Thus Dhammapāla at Pv-a.230 explains it as “mettā-vihārin”, & in this meaning it is found freq….

pesī →

pts

…a lump, usually a mass of flesh Ja.iii.223 = Dhp-a.iv.67 (pesi = maṃsapesi C.). Thus maṃsapesi, muscle…

khematta →

ncped

khematta1

m(fn). one who is secure, at peace

khematta2

neuter abstr. security, safety; well being; peace

sāmā →

dppn

…after going to the monastery five times, then later attained the end of suffering. Thig.37–38

Sāmā2Aparasāmā

A bhikkhunī whose…

āṇi →

pts

…as “the towngate’s sallyport” by Neumann as “Gestöck” (fastening, enclosure) āṇi-gaṇṭhik’āhato ayopatto at Vism.108;…

parinibbuta →

pts

…gone out, or passed away without any remaining cause of rebirth anywhere completely extinct, finally released (fr. rebirth & trans migration),…

koṭa →

pts

belonging to a peak, in cpd. -pabbata “peak-mountain,” Npl. Vism.127 (write as K˚), Vism.292.

fr. kūṭa2

petattana →

pts

state or condition of a Peta Thag.1128.

abstr. fr. peta

hareṇukā →

pts

pea MN.i.245; Ja.v.405 (= aparaṇṇajā ti 406); Ja.vi.537; hareṇuka-yūsa pea-soup MN.i.245 (one of the 4 kinds of soup).

cp. Sk. hareṇukā

peta →

nyana

Peta: Sanskrit preta lit. ‘departed spirit’, ghost; see: loka

ahi →

pts

…fortune-telling or sorcery by means of snakes DN.i.9 (= sappa-daṭṭhatikicchana-vijjā c’ eva sapp’ avhāyana-vijjā ea “the art of…

gūtha →

pts

-kīḷana playing with excrements Vism.531.

  • -kūpa a privy (cp. karīsa) MN.i.74; Snp.279; Pv.ii.3#16; Pp.36;…

kūṭa →

ncped

…deception, cheating. 2. (mfn.) false, fraudulent; lying; wild, vicious.

ajjhatta →

pts

… ■ adv. -ṃ inwardly personally (in contrast-pair ajjhattaṃ vā bahiddhā vā; see also cpd. ˚bahiddhā) AN.i.284; AN.ii.171;…

upapattika →

pts

(-˚) adjective belonging to a birth or rebirth; in peta˚ born as a Peta Pv-a.119
■ Cp upapātika.

fr. upapatti

yoni →

pts

…(āraddha āsavānaṃ khayāya); Pp.25; Vism.30, Vism.132, Vism.599; Pp-a.31. Opp ayoniso disorderly improperly Pp.21;…

yāva →

pts

…(with Pot. tiṭṭheyya ‣See below 3 Commentary explanation by yattakaṁ kālaṁ)
■ The form yāvade (for yāvad eva) also…

gahakūṭa →

ncped

the roof peak of a house.

kaku →

pts

…to satakkaku: megho thanayaṃ vijjumālā satakkaku. Com. expln sikhara, kūṭa) AN.iii.34 (= AN-a.620 ~kūṭa). Cp. satakkaku…

anāyāsa →

pts

adjective free from trouble or sorrow, peaceful Thag.1008.

an + āyāsa

atisanta →

pts

adjective extremely peaceful Sdhp.496.

ati + santa1

kanaka →

pts

…Himālayas): Dāvs iv.30.

cp. Sk. kanaka; Gr. κν ̈ηκος yellow; Ags. hunig = E. honey. See also kañcana

abhippasanna →

pts

adjective finding one’s peace in (c. loc.), trusting in having faith in, believing in, devoted to (loc.) Vin.iii.43; DN.i.211 (Bhagavati) SN.i.134; SN.iv.319; SN.v.225, SN.v.378; AN.iii.237, AN.iii.27 …

khemin →

pts

adjective one who enjoys security or peace SN.iii.13; Snp.145 (= abhaya Kp-a.244); Dhp.258.

nibbuti →

pts

allayment, refreshment, cooling, peace, happiness Ja.i.3 (khemaṃ pariyessāmi n˚ṃ); Snp.228 (nikkāmino n˚ṃ bhuñjamānā), Snp.917, Snp.933…

ujuvipaccanīkavāda →

ncped

peaking in direct opposition; professing directly opposed views

viraṇa →

pts

adj. nt. without fight or harm, peace Sdhp.579.

vi + raṇa

kūṭāgāra →

ncped

building with a peaked roof; an upper room, a belvedere

paribhedaka →

pts

adjective breaking; a disturber of peace, breedbate Ja.ii.173 Ja.iii.168; Ja.v.245; Ja.vi.437.

fr. paribheda in sense of paribhindati

pasādeti →

pts

to render calm, appease, make peaceful, reconcile, gladden, incline one’s heart (cittaṃ) towards (loc.) DN.i.110, DN.i.139; SN.i.149; AN.v.71; Pv.ii.9#42 (cittaṃ); Mil.210; Pv-a.50, Pv-a.123 (khamāp …

samacārin →

pts

(śama-) living in peace MN.i.289.

āyāsa →

pts

trouble, sorrow, only neg. an˚; (adj.) peaceful, free from trouble AN.iv.98; Thag.1008.

cp. Sk. āyāsa, etym.?

indakūṭa →

dppn

A peak near Rājagaha, the abode of the yakkha Indaka. The Buddha once lived there. SN.i.206

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santi →

pts

tranquillity, peace Snp.204; DN.ii.157; AN.ii.24; Dhp.202.

  • -kamma act of appeasing (the gods), pacification DN.i.12;…

upasanta →

pts

calmed, composed, tranquil, at peace MN.i.125; SN.i.83, SN.i.162; AN.iii.394; Snp.848, Snp.919, Snp.1087, Snp.1099; Mnd.210, Mnd.352, Mnd.434; Cnd.161; Dhp.201, Dhp.378; Mil.394; Dhp-a.iii.260; Dhp- …

kūṭaṭṭha →

ncped

immovable, unchangeable as a (mountain) peak

yūsa →

pts

…yūsaṃ vā rasaṃ vā kareyya).

Vedic yūṣan, later Sk. yūṣa; fr. base Idg. *i̯ūs, cp. Lat. jūs soup, Gr. ζύμη yeast, ferment,…

bhāvanā →

nyana

…The Buddha therefore says: May you develop mental concentration, o Bhikkhus; for who is mentally concentrated, sees things according to reality see:…

pitti →

pts

…the realm of the petas (synonymous with petavisaya & petayoni) DN.iii.234; Iti.93; Ja.v.186; Pv.ii.2#2; Pv.ii.7#9; Mil.310; Dhp-a.i.102;…

pesāca →

pts

is reading at DN.i.54 for pisāca (so variant reading). Pesi (pesi)

maṃsa →

pts

…the bodily eye, one of the 5 kinds of the sense of sight (see cakkhu III) DN.iii.219; Mnd.100, Mnd.354. *…

bhārataka →

pts

“the petty descendants of Bhārata” or: load-carrier, porter (?) SN.iv.117 (indignantly applied to apprentices and other low class young men who honour the Mahā-Kaccāna).

fr. bhara

oraka →

ncped

(~ā & -ikā)n. inferior; unimportant, petty.

appesakkha →

ncped

insignificant; petty; not respected

pettivisaya →

pts

…the realm of the petas (synonymous with petavisaya & petayoni) DN.iii.234; Iti.93; Ja.v.186; Pv.ii.2#2; Pv.ii.7#9; Mil.310; Dhp-a.i.102;…

niraya →

pts

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

kesa →

pts

…paṭicchanna “covered only with my hair” Pv.i.10#2
■ kesesu gahetvā to take by the hair (in Niraya) DN.i.234
■ kesaṃ oropeti to…

gati →

pts

…attā hi attano gati “everybody is (the maker of) his own future life Dhp.380; esā maccharino gati “this is the fate of the selfish”…

dakkhiṇā →

pts

-āraha a worthy recipient of a dedicatory gift Pv.ii.8#6;

  • -odaka water to wash in (orig. water of dedication…

amānusa →

pts

…to a non-human (Peta or Yakkha) Pv.ii.12#20 (kāma); Pv.iv.1#57 (as n.); Pv.iv.3#6 (gandha, of Petas)
■ f. ˚ī Dhp.373 (rati = dibbā rati…

ghosts →

nyana

Ghosts: cf. peta yakkha see: loka

upasantapadissa →

ncped

of calm appearance, looking at peace

anupāyāsa →

ncped

  1. trouble-free; not bringing annoyance.
  2. not irritated, at peace; free from trouble or annoyance

upasanta →

ncped

calmed, pacified, at peace; calm, tranquil; ceased, extinguished

khemin →

ncped

safe, secure; enjoying peace and security.

khematā →

ncped

security, safety; well being; peace

khemantabhūmi →

ncped

place of safety; a peaceful, secure region

khemadassin →

ncped

seeing security; seeing peace

khemadassi →

ncped

seeing security; seeing peace

accantayogakkhemin →

ncped

having absolute, constant peace from exertion