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kamma →

pts

…viz. low (hīna) & high (ukkaṭṭha) professions. To the former belong the kammāni of a koṭṭhaka and a pupphacchaḍḍaka, to the latter…

kāma →

pts

…saññā, āsavā, kamma, dukkha, which are discussed at AN.iii.410 sq. as regards their origin difference, consequences, destruction and remedy….

ku →

pts

…Often with fut.: k˚ bhikkhu gamissati Snp.411; ko gacchasi where are you going? Pv.ii.8#1; tvaṃ ettakaṃ divasaṃ k˚ gatā where have you…

kañcana →

pts

…Pv-a.157.

  • -kadalikkhaṇḍa a g bunch of bananas Ja.vi.13.
  • -thūpa a gilt stupa Dhp-a.iii.483;…

kaṇṭha →

pts

…is hoarse); Pv-a.280 (akkharāni mahatā kaṇṭhena uccaritāni). The throat of Petas is narrow and parched with thirst: Pv-a.99…

kāya →

pts

…of the body (opposed to pakkhā and sīsa) SN.ii.231; also at Pv.i.8#3; as depending on nourishment (āhāra-ṭṭhitika, etc.) SN.v.64;…

kappa →

pts

…ref. to the cīvara of a bhikkhu (see above) Vin.i.255; Vin.iv.227 Vin.iv.286; DN-a.i.103; -(ñ)jaha (one) who has left time behind free from…

kaṇṭaka →

pts

…Thag.946; Dhp-a.i.177 (akkhimhi); Vv-a.301. 5. (fig.) anything sharp, thorny, causing pain: of kāmā (passions SN.iv.189, SN.iv.195,…

kāḷa →

pts

…half of the month: see ˚*pakkha*, or as the new moon: āgame kāḷe “on the next new moon day” Vin.i.176
■ of Petas:…

kāla →

pts

…half of the month: see ˚*pakkha*, or as the new moon: āgame kāḷe “on the next new moon day” Vin.i.176
■ of Petas:…

kathaṃ →

pts

…expl. as vicikicchā dukkhe kankhā Cnd.190; DN.ii.282; Snp.500, Snp.866, Snp.1063 Snp.1088; Dhp-a.iv.194; as adj. and at end of cpd. *…

kahāpaṇa →

pts

…at Vism.437 and 515 Black kahāpaṇas are mentioned at Dhp-a.iii.254
■ See Rh. Davids, Ancient Measures of Ceylon; Buddh. India, pp….

kati →

pts

…how many? Vin.i.83 (k. sikkhāpadāni), Vin.i.155; SN.i.3 (˚sangâtiga having overcome how many attachments), SN.i.70; Snp.83, Snp.960,…

aḍḍha →

pts

…is always used.

citta →

pts

…Pv.i.10#9 (vimāna).

-akkhara (adj.) with beautiful vowels SN.ii.267 (Cp ˚vyañjana); -attharaka a…

deva →

pts

…nāgas, tree-gods: rukkhadevatā etc.). Also title of the king (3). Always implying splendour (cp. above etym.) & mobility, beauty goodness…

ñāṇa →

pts

…with terms of sight as cakkhu (eye) & dassana (sight, view) e.g. in cakkhu-karaṇa ñāṇa-karaṇa “opening our eyes & thus producing…

karoti →

pts

…Sdhp.287; purak k˚ (purakkharoti) to place before, i.e. to honour Pv.iii.7#1
■ Note phrase kiṃ karissati what difference does it make?…

kasiṇa →

pts

…jh˚-ânupaṭi˚; jh˚-ukkantikaṃ; k˚ ukk˚; jh˚k˚-ukk˚) Vism.374; cp. Bdhd 5, 101 sq., 104, 152. Nine qualities or properties of…

kacchapa →

pts

…a female t Mil.67.

  • -lakkhaṇa “tortoise-sign,” i.e. fortune-telling on the ground of a tortoise being found in a…

kāka →

pts

…Pv-a.198 (= dhanka); cp. kākoḷa-In compounds often used derisively
■ f. kākī Ja.ii.39, Ja.ii.150 Ja.iii.431.

*…

kilijjati →

pts

…See also ukkiledeti (to clean out a stain, to “disinfect”).

med-pass. of kilid = Sk. klid, to be…

bhadda →

pts

…(24 bhadrā pāsakā or lucky throws of the dice); Dhp-a.i.33a (voc. bhadde = ayye)
bhadraṃ (nt.) something…

bala →

pts

…troop Ja.ii.406.

  • -cakka wheel of power, of sovereignty Dpvs.vi.2.
  • -ṭṭha a military official, palace guard, royal…

ayya →

pts

…gentleman (cp. in meaning kulaputta); thus a son of my master (lit.) said by a servant Ja.iii.167. b lord master, “governor” Ja.i.62 (by a…

bhūta →

pts

…plants, vegetation (rukkh’ ādayo Vin.iv.34 (as bhūta-gāma)

Meanings

  1. bhūtā bhūtāni; (pl.) beings, living beings,…

assattha →

pts

…etym is problematic; it is likely that the Sk. word is borrowed from a local dialect.

Assattha2

encouraged, comforted AN.iv.184…

bila →

pts

…(bil˚, dak˚, van˚, rukkh˚ SN.iii.85 = AN.ii.33; Mnd.362; Bv.ii.97; Ja.i.18.

Vedic bila, perhaps fr. bhid to break, cp. K.Z. 12, 123….

kaccha →

pts

…yadi vā ropiman ti).

cp. Sk. kaccha, prob. dial.

Kaccha2

adjective fit to be spoken of AN.i.197 (Com. = kathetuṃ yutta). akaccha

inda →

pts

…lord, chief, king; Sakko devānaṃ indo DN.i.216, DN.i.217; DN.ii.221, DN.ii.275; SN.i.219 Vepacitti asurindo SN.i.221 ff. manussinda,…

citti →

pts

…combination with kar: cittikaroti to honour, to esteem. cittikatvā. MN.iii.24 AN.iii.172 Pv.ii.9#55 (cittiṁ k. = pūjetvā Pv-a.135);…

kiṃ →

pts

…or kimhi, e.g. kimhi sikkhamāno in what instructed? DN.ii.241 (corresponds to ettha = in this). The ṃ of kiṃ in Sandhi is either elided…

kaṇḍa →

pts

…(Sk. kāṇḍa-citraka) an excellent arrow AN.ii.202.

kassaka →

pts

…DN.i.61 (k˚ gahapatiko kārakārako rāsi-vaḍḍhako); AN.i.241; AN.i.229, AN.i.239 (the three duties of a farmer); SN.i.172 = Snp.76;…

kaṭhina →

pts

…rigidity, combined with akakkhalatā, cp Dhs-a.151 akaṭhina-bhāva); Pv-a.152 (˚dāṭha)
■ (fig. hard, harsh, cruel Ja.i.295 =…

kalyāṇa →

pts

…sīlavā + k˚ (of bhikkhu, etc.) MN.i.334; SN.iv.303; Pv-a.13 ■ k˚ena k˚atara perfectly good or virtuous AN.ii.224 2 the Good Doctrine…

karuṇā →

pts

…explains k˚ as “ahita-dukkh-âpanaya-kāmatā,” the desire of removing bane and sorrow (from one’s fellowmen), whilst mettā is expl. as…

kattikā →

pts

k
■ dvemāsika
. Bhikkhus retiring for the first 3 months of the Vassa (rainy season) are kattika-temāsikā, if they include the 4th,…

kevala →

pts

…Pv-a.93; and yet: “sakkā nu kiñci adatvā k. sagge nibbattituṃ” is it possible not to give anything, and yet go to heaven? kevalaṃ…

kāraṇa →

pts

…under the term dasa-dukkhakāraṇāni (the ten punishments in misery); the meaning “punishment” also at Ja.iv.87 (tantarajjukaṃ…

kaccid →

pts

…Ja.vi.23); kaccissu Snp.1045 Snp.1079 (see Cnd.186).

Sk. kaccid = kad + cid, see kad˚

kacci →

pts

…Ja.vi.23); kaccissu Snp.1045 Snp.1079 (see Cnd.186).

Sk. kaccid = kad + cid, see kad˚

kaṭṭha →

pts

…AN.i.229; Mil.255.

Sk. kṛṣṭa, pp. of kasati, cp. kiṭṭha

Kaṭṭha2

adjective bad, useless: see…

kīva →

pts

…big? Dhp-a.i.29; Vv-a.325 k˚ bahuṃ how much? Dhp-a.iv.193.

Sk. kiyant and kīvant; formed fr. interr. stem ki

paṭikkūla →

pts

…DN.iii.113; MN.i.341 (dukkha˚); SN.iv.172 (id.) Ja.i.393; Vv-a.92 (K.); Pv-a.77; Vb-a.250 sq
app˚ without objection, pleasant,…

kīvant →

pts

…big? Dhp-a.i.29; Vv-a.325 k˚ bahuṃ how much? Dhp-a.iv.193.

Sk. kiyant and kīvant; formed fr. interr. stem ki

kathā →

pts

…of conversational talk a bhikkhu should not indulge in enumerated in full at DN.i.7 = DN.i.178 = DN.iii.36 & passim (e.g. SN.v.419: corr. suddha˚…

kulala →

pts

…either in combination with kāka or gijjha, or both. Kāka + k˚ Vin.iv.40; Snp.675 (= Snp-a.250); gijjha + k˚ Pv-a.198;…

kaṅkhā →

pts

…Snp.320 (= ajānaṃ); nikkankha SN.ii.84 (+ nibbicikiccha). 3. expectation SN-a.183 On connotation of k. in general see Dhs trsl. p. 115…

kukkucca →

pts

…kukataṃ tassa bhāvo kukkuccaṃ Vism.470 & Bdhd 24
■ Various explanations in Nd ii.on Snp.1106 = Dhs.1160, in its literal sense it is…

gala →

pts

…= querquedula = kakkara (partridge); kol (2 B): cuculus kokila (a) kolāhala and halāhala (b) kor (2 Ba) cornix (cp. P….

yoni →

pts

… ■ yoni upaparikkhitabba (= kiṃjātikā etc.) SN.iii.42
ayoni unclean origin Thag.219 3. thoroughness, knowledge, insight…

kammanta →

pts

…providing of work DN.iii.191 (one of the 5 duties of the gahapati).

Sk. karmānta; kamma + anta, cp. anta 14.

upaka →

pts

…k. Only with ref. to a bhikkhu = one who frequents a certain family (for the purpose of getting alms), a family friend, associate Vin.i.192,…

visūkāyita →

pts

…(K.S. i.155 “disorders”; n. p. 321).

pp. of visūkāyeti, denom. fr. visūka

kusala →

pts

…Vv-a.74 Vv-a.127;

  • -pakkha “the side of virtue,” all that belongs to good character MN.iii.77 (and a˚) with adj….

itthatta →

pts

…in these conditions“ K. S. ii.17; expld. by itthabhāva C. on SN.i.140 (see K. S. 318)
■ See also freq formula A of…

catur →

pts

…Vv-a.186; Sdhp.240; -cakka with four wheels SN.i.16 = SN.i.63 (said of the human body, see under cakka);…

kittāvatā →

pts

…mahāpurisa hoti “in what respect is a man a great man?” Cnd.502 B; k˚ nu kho paññavā ti vuccati? MN.i.292. Kitti & Kitti

yāva →

pts

…combinations, like yāva dukkhā nirayā how (or as) many painful purgatories Snp.678; yāva dukkhā tiracchānayoni MN.iii.169; yāva pāpo…

kappeti →

pts

…Pass kappiyati in ppr. kappiyamāna getting harnessed Ja.i.62.

Der. from kappa, cp. Sk. kṛpa shape, form; *qṷrep caus. from….

kaṅkhati →

pts

…dvīsu mahāpurisa-lakkhaṇesu* DN.i.106 is in doubt and perplexity about (Bgh’s gloss, patthanaṃ uppādati DN-a.i.275, is more…

aññatra →

pts

…the cause but, or: this is due to; but for DN.i.90 (vusitavā-mānī k. a. avusitattā); SN.i.29 (k. k. a adassanā except from blindness);…

kiṃsuka →

pts

…tree (see kiṃ su & kiṃ 3), pop. name for the Butea frondosa SN.iv.193 (parable of the k.); Ja.ii.265 (˚opama-jātaka),…

brahmā →

pts

…of Brahmans Ja.vi.99. -cakka the excellent wheel, i.e. the doctrine of the Buddha MN.i.69; AN.ii.9, AN.ii.24; AN.iii.417;…

brahma →

pts

…of Brahmans Ja.vi.99. -cakka the excellent wheel, i.e. the doctrine of the Buddha MN.i.69; AN.ii.9, AN.ii.24; AN.iii.417;…

a →

pts

…as akkosati (ā + kruś), akkhāti (ā + khyā), abbahati (ā + bṛh)

Best to be classed here is the a- we call expletive. It represents a…

ayaṃ →

pts

…here“ Snp.235; ayaṃ dakkhiṇā dinnā “the gift which is just given before our eyes” Kp.vii.12; ime pādā imaṃ sīsaṃ ayaṃ kāyo…

aggi →

pts

…(kindle, make burn), ajjhupekkhati (look after, keep up), nibbāpeti (extinguish, put out), nikkhipati (put down, lay). Other phrases are e.g….

dhamma →

pts

…to external objects Thus cakkhu “faculty of sight” corresponds to rūpa “relation of form” & mano “faculty of thought…

anu →

pts

…˚āgacch follow, ˚kkamati follow, ˚dhāvati run after, ˚patta received ˚parivattati move about after, ˚bandhati run after, ˚bala…

kate →

pts

adverb for the sake of, on behalf of; with acc. maṃ k. Ja.iv.14; with gen. maṃsassa k. Ja.v.500.

loc. of kata

mano →

pts

…3). These are: 1 cakkhu (eye) which deals with the sight of form (rūpa); 2 sota (ear dealing with the…

pekhavant →

pts

desirous of (loc.) Ja.v.403. Pek(k)ha

fr. pekkhā

kaṭukañcukatā →

pts

…we have the spelling kaṭakancukatā (for kaṭakuñcakatā?), on which and ˚kuñcaka see Morris, J.P.T.S. 1887, 159 sq. and Dhs. trsl. 300…

pekkhavant →

pts

desirous of (loc.) Ja.v.403. Pek(k)ha

fr. pekkhā

kāpilavatthava →

pts

adjective of or from Kapilavatthu, belonging to K. DN.ii.165, DN.ii.256; SN.iv.182.

koviḷāra →

pts

…in the devaloka (pāricchattaka koviḷāra: k-blossom called p. Vv-a.174) AN.iv.117 sq.; Snp.44; Ja.iv.29; Vv.38#1 Dhp-a.i.270.

*…

kammaññatā →

pts

…with kammaññattaṃ k˚bhāvo k˚mudutā: Dhs.46 Dhs.47 = Dhs.326 = Dhs.641 = Dhs.730; cp. Dhs.585; similar Bdhd 16, Bdhd 20 Bdhd 71;…

koṭumbara →

pts

kind of cloth Ja.vi.47 (coming from the kingdom of k.), Ja.vi.500 (spelt kodumb˚). -ka k
■ stuffs Mil.2.

cp. BSk. kauṭumba Divy.559

koṭṭha →

pts

…infinitely Pv-a.221.

Sk. koṣṭha abdomen, any cavity for holding food, cp. kuṣṭa groin, and also Gr. κύτος cavity κύσδος…

kuhīyati →

pts

only in pahaṃsīyati + k˚ “he exults and rejoices” at Mil.325 (cp. Mil trsl. ii.220, where printed kuhūyati).

vedeha →

pts

…= paṇḍitamuni,“ cp. K.S. i.321; translation K.S. ii.145 “the learned sage”); Mhvs.3, Mhvs.36 (same phrase; translation “the sage…

kandati →

pts

…for ˚iṃ variant reading); in phrase bāhā paggayha k˚ Vin.i.237; Vin.ii.284; Ja.v.267.

Sk. krandati to *q(e)lem; cp. Gr….

kanikāra →

pts

-makula a k. bud Ja.ii.83.

Sk. karṇikāra

ullaṅghita →

pts

being jumped on, set on C. on SN.i.40 (see K. S. i.318) (for uḍḍita = taṇhāya ullanghita).

pp. of ullangheti

mana(s) →

pts

…3). These are: 1 cakkhu (eye) which deals with the sight of form (rūpa); 2 sota (ear dealing with the…

visevita →

pts

…horse; combined with visūkāyita). 2. disagreement SN.i.123 (= viruddha-sevita K.S. i.320). Bdhgh at K.S. ii.203…

sajīvāna →

pts

…wrong interpretation (see K.S. i.321) as “kammena saha jīvantānan; kammadutiyakā nāma honti.”

sa2 = saṃ, + jīvana