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pare, 254 találat.

pare →

pts

adverb see para 2 c.

abhejja →

pts

…Snp.255 (mitto abhejjo parehi) Ja.i.263 (varasūra…), Ja.iii.318 (˚rūpa of strong character abhijja-hadaya); Pp.30 (= acchejja…

abhi →

pts

…versa P. abhi-ropeti compared with Sk. adhiropayati); anu in ˚gijjhati, ˚brūheti, ˚sandahati.

prefix, Vedic abhi, which…

abhibhūta →

pts

…Pv-a.14, Pv-a.41 (= pareta), Pv-a.60 (= upagata), Pv-a.68, Pv-a.77, Pv-a.80 (pareta). Often neg. an˚; unconquered, e.g. Snp.934;…

abhisaṅkharoti →

pts

-khāreti in Pot.) to prepare, do, perform, work, get up Vin.i.16 (iddh’ âbhisankhāraṃ ˚khāreyya); DN.i.184 (id.); SN.ii.40; SN.iii.87…

abhisaṅkhata →

pts

adjective prepared, fixed, made up, arranged, done MN.i.350; AN.ii.43; AN.v.343; Ja.i.50; Mnd.186 (kappita +); Pv-a.7, Pv-a.8.

abhi + sankhata,…

abhisaṅkhārika →

pts

…by or accumulating merit, having special (meritorious) effect (or specially prepared?) Vin.ii.77 = Vin.iii.160; Sdhp.309 (sa ˚paccaya).

fr….

accha →

pts

…clear, transparent Vin.i.206 (˚kañjika); DN.i.76 (maṇi = tanucchavi DN-a.i.221), DN.i.80 (udakapatta), DN.i.84…

accharā →

pts

…(Notes 76); Childers compares Sk. akṣara (see akkhara); there may be a connection with akkhaṇa in akkhaṇa-vedhin…

agāra →

pts

…“rājā cakkavattin” compared with a “sambuddha”: *sace agāraṃ āvasati vijeyya paṭhaviṃ imaṃ adaṇḍena asatthena… sace ca so…

alaṃ →

pts

…an infin. the latter only apparently depend upon alaṃ, in reality they belong to the syntax of the whole sentence (as dat. or inf. absolute). It…

anna →

pts

…kudrūsaka) and boiled, prepared food (apar’ aṇṇaṃ sūpeyya curry). Snp-a.378 (on Snp.403) explains anna by yāgubhattâdi
■ DN.i.7;…

antarā →

pts

…acc. (of the two points compared as termini; cp. B.Sk. antarā ca Divy.94 etc.) DN.i.1 (antarā ca Rājagahaṃ antarā ca Nāḷandaṃ between…

anusumbhati →

pts

to adorn, embellish, prepare Ja.vi.76.

anu + sumbhati (sobhati); śubh or (Vedic) śumbh

anuyanta →

pts

…The explanation may compare Sk. anuyātaṃ attendance, in which latter case anu-yantṛ would be “an inferior ruler” and P. yanta would…

apalekhana →

pts

…MN.i.535; Trenckner compares BSk. hastapralehaka Lal.312 & hastâvalehaka Lal.323), MN.i.412; Pp.55 (expld. at Pp-a.231 as hatthe…

apara →

pts

…day following); Ja.iii.51 (apare tayo sahāyā “other friends three” i.e. three friends, cp. similarly Fr. nous autres Franc˚ais), Ja.iv.3…

aparajju →

pts

adverb on the foll. day Vin.ii.167; SN.i.186; Mil.48.

Sk. apare-dyus

aparaṇṇa →

pts

…other kind of cereal“, prepared or cooked cereals, pulse etc. Opp. to pubbaṇṇa the unprepared or raw corn (= āmakadhañña Vin.iv.265;…

apiḷandhana →

pts

…on, i.e band, ornament, apparel, parure Vv.64#10, Vv.64#18 (expld. inacurately at Vv-a.279 by; a-kāro nipātamattaṃ,…

araghaṭṭa →

pts

…Morris & Aufrecht compare the modern Hindī form arhaṭ or rahaṭ “a well-wheel”.

Sk. araghaṭṭaka (so Halāyudha, see Aufrecht…

atikkamati →

pts

…as adv. “beyond”, e.g. pare beyond others Pv-a.15; Vasabhagāmaṃ beyond the village of V. Pv-a.168
pp atikkanta

atimāpeti →

pts

…(: pāṇaṃ hanati pi parehi hanāpeti either to kill or incite others to murder); MN.i.404, MN.i.516; SN.iv.343; AN.iii.205 (correct T….

atitula →

pts

adjective beyond compare, incomparable Thag.831 = Snp.561 (= tulaṃ atīto nirupamo ti attho Snp-a.455).

ati + tula

attha →

pts

…of, hurting Dhp-a.iii.356 (paresaṁ of others, by means of telling lies, musāvādena)

  • -majjha of beautiful waist Ja.v.170 (= sumajjhā…

avaruddha →

pts

…reading at Vin.iv.181, apparently meaning ʻin revolt, out of hand’ (of slaves) 2. [late form of oruddha] restrained Sdhp.592.

fr. avarundhati

aṭanī →

pts

…Ja.ii.425, Ja.ii.484 supports of a seat. Morris J. P. T. S. 1884, 69 compares Marāthi aḍaṇī a three-legged stand. See also *Vin…

bandhati →

pts

…paradāre) 3. to fix, prepare, get up, put together Ja.iv.290 (ukkā); also in phrase cakk’ āticakkaṃ mañc’ ātimañcaṃ b. to put…

bhabba →

pts

…dhammesu sammattaṃ.“ 2. possible (abhabba impossible) MN.iii.215 (kammaṃ bhabbaābhāsa apparently possible)
■ See also…

bhatta →

pts

…one who prepares the meal or food, a cook, butler Ja.i.150 sq.; Ja.v.296; Ja.vi.349; DN-a.i.157

bheṇḍu →

pts

…90 says: “I am inclined to read geṇḍu in all cases & to compare it with geḍuka & geṇḍuka a ball”

bhikkhu →

pts

…(in sim.); Vb-a.305 (compared with amaccaputtā) & bhikkhavo Snp.384, Snp.573; Dhp.243, Dhp.283;
■ acc bhikkhu

bhojana →

pts

…the five foods; or food prepared as a joint meal Vin.iv.74; cp. Vin.ii.196 Vin.v.128, Vin.v.135; paramparabhojanaṃ said when a bhikkhu invited…

bhojja →

pts

…eaten DN-a.i.85. -yāgu “eatable rice-gruel,” i.e. soft gruel, prepared in a certain way Vin.i.223, Vin.i.224.

grd. of bhuñjati

bhāsati →

pts

…MN.ii.199
■ An apparent ger. form abhāsiya Iti.59, Iti.60 (micchā vācaṃ abhāsiya) is problematic. It may be an old misspelling…

bilaṅga →

pts

…Mil.197, Mil.290, Mil.358 (all passages in standard setting).

etym. doubtful; one compares both Sk. viḍanga the plant Embelia ribes, and…

billa →

pts

…phrase where its size is compared with sizes of smaller fruits, and where it is preceded by āmalaka SN.i.150 = AN.iv.170 (vv.ll. villa, bila,…

buddha →

pts

…of the sun SN.i.186; and compared to a universal monarch (rājā cakkavattī) AN.i.76; AN.iii.150 and to the lion (sīha) the king of the animals…

byañjana →

pts

…the letter, as compared with attha the spirit or meaning; thus in phrase atthato byañjanato ca according to the…

bāhullika →

pts

…Toevoegselen

s.v. compares Mvu.ii.241 & Mvu.iii.329); Vin.ii.197; Vin.iii.250; MN.i.14; MN.iii.6; AN.i.71; AN.iii.108, AN.iii.179 sq.;…

citta →

pts

…heart*, a heart ready & prepared for truth an open & receptive mind: kalla˚, mudu˚, udagga˚ pasanna˚; AN.iv.186; kalla˚; Pv-a.38…

dadāti →

pts

…Pv-a.11; jīvitaṃ to spare one’s life Ja.ii.154 paṭivacanaṃ to answer Ja.i.279; sādhukāraṃ to applaud Ja.i.223; paṭiññaṃ to…

damaka →

pts

…Thig.422 (= kāruññāya paresaṃ cittassa damaka Thag-a.268). 2. one who practises self-mortification by living on the remnants of offered…

dhata →

pts

  1. firm, prepared, ready, resolved AN.iii.114; Dāvs v.52
  2. kept in mind, understood, known by heart Vin.ii.95; AN.i.36.

Sk. dhṛta, pp. of…

dhañña →

pts

…(pubbaṇṇa) & the prepared (aparaṇṇa) kinds. To the first belong the 7 sorts, to the second belongs sūpeyya…

dhaṃsin →

pts

adjective noun obtrusive, bold, offensive MN.i.236; AN.ii.182; Dhp.244 (= Dhp-a.iii.353 paresaṃ guṇaṃ dhaṃsanatāya dh.).

Sk. dharṣin to dhṛṣṇoti, see dhaṃseti

dhopana →

pts

…In vaṃsadhopana apparently a feat by acrobats Ja.iv.390. It is possible that the passage at DN.i.6 really belongs here See the note at…

diṭṭhaka →

pts

adjective seen, visible, apparent Dhp-a.ii.53, Dhp-a.ii.90.

= diṭṭha1

duhitika →

pts

…in favour of duhitika being another spelling of dvīhitika hard to get through (q.v.), to be compared are the vv.ll. of the latter at SN.iv.323…

dukkha →

pts

…in pain Ja.vi.336;

  • -pareta afflicted by pain or misery SN.iii.93; Iti.89 = AN.i.147;
  • -bhummi the…

gandha →

pts

…Snp.974. 4. perfume, prepared odorific substance used as a toilet requisite, either in form of an unguent or a powder. Abstinence from the use…

ganthati →

pts

…Of medicines: to mix, to prepare Ja.iv.361
pp ganthita tied, bound, fettered catūhi ganthehi g˚ Pts.i.129
grd…

gantheti →

pts

…Of medicines: to mix, to prepare Ja.iv.361
pp ganthita tied, bound, fettered catūhi ganthehi g˚ Pts.i.129
grd…

gaṇa →

pts

…food prepared as a joint meal Vin.ii.196; Vin.iv.71; Vin.v.128, Vin.v.135, Vin.v.205;

ghamma →

pts

…SN.i.143; Ja.iii.360 (sampareta overcome by heat); Snp.353; Ja.iv.239; Ja.v.3
■ Or. in cpd. with -abhitatta (ghammâbhitatta, overpowered…

ghana →

pts

…as “swelling” & to be compared with Gr.; βρύω to swell and ε ̔́μβρυον = embryo (the gravid uterus).

Vedic ghana, cp. Gr….

gotrabhū →

pts

…in medieval psychology see Aung, in Compendium 66–68. Compare the use of upanissaya at Ja.i.235-˚ñāṇa,…

hetu →

pts

…is often combined, apparently without distinction in meaning, e.g. hetu paccaya kāraṇa Cnd.617 (s. v. sankhā); mūla h. nidāna sambhava…

hiyyo →

pts

…In sequence ajja hiyyo pare it seems to mean “to-morrow”; thus at Vin.iv.63, Vin.iv.69; Ja.iv.481 (= sve C.). See para

iddhi →

pts

…seeking his own profit), compared to the higher Iddhi, the Ariyan Iddhi (DN.iii.112; AN.i.93; Vin.ii.183). There is no valid evidence that any one…

iti →

pts

…Toevoegselen

s. v. compares the interesting BSk. distortion itivṛttaṃ. -hāsa [= iti ha āsa, preserving the Vedic…

jagghati →

pts

…also anu˚, pa˚.

Intens. to sound-root ghar. for *jaghrati. See note on gala. Kern compares Ved. jakṣati, Intens of hasati (

jāti →

pts

…birth, character of descent, parentage. The 1st of the 5 characteristics constituting a “well-bred brahmin: yāva sattamā pitāmahāyugā…

jātu →

pts

…Na jātucca at Ja.vi.60 is apparently for na jātu ca.

Vedic jātu, particle of affirmation. Perhaps for jānātu one would know, cp. Gr. ο…

kacchā →

pts

…SN.i.122 = Snp.449 (sokaparetassa vīṃā kacchā abhassatha); Iti.76 (kacchehi sedā muccanti sweat drops from their armpits); Ja.v.434 =…

kaddama →

pts

…(= panka), Pv-a.215; compared with moral impurities Ja.iii.290 & Mil.35.; ; free from mud or dirt clean Vin.ii.201, of a lake Ja.iii.289;…

kalla →

pts

…“her mind was prepared for, responsive to the teaching of the dhamma”); Pv-a.38.

kallatā →

pts

-a˚; unreadiness, unpreparedness, indisposition (of citta), in expln of thīna Cnd.290; Dhs.1156 = Dhs.1236 = Ne.86; Dhs-a.378;…

kamma →

pts

…kammantā Snp.262). paresaṃ k˚ṃ katvā doing other people’s work = being a servant Vv-a.299; sa˚ pasutā bent upon their own…

kappa →

pts

…definite object in view, prepared, arranged; or that which is fit, suitable, proper. See also DN-a.i.103 & Kp-a.115 for var. meanings.

I….

kappeti →

pts

…build, construct arrange, prepare, order.

I. lit

  1. in special sense: to prepare, get done, i.e. harness: Ja.i.62; plait DN-a.i.274, an…

kappita →

pts

  1. prepared, arranged, i.e. harnessed DN.i.49; Ja.vi.268; i.e. plaited DN-a.i.274; i.e. trimmed: -kesamassu “with hair & beard trimmed…

kappūra →

pts

…Dāvs v.50.

cp. Sk….

kara →

pts

…but who, when captured, was spared and employed as slave; a slave Ja.iii.147, Ja.iii.361; Ja.iv.220; Dhp-a.iii.487; -˚ānītā a woman taken in…

karaka →

pts

…such (with which may be compared Lat. carīna, nutshell, keel of a boat; and Gr. κάρυα, nut.) It is scarcely possible that this could have…

karoṭi →

pts

…pānabhojanaṃ“ by C on Ja.i.204. Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. compares BSk. karoṭapāṇayah a class of Yakṣas Mvu.i.30.

kata →

pts

…1. in pregnant meaning: prepared, cultivated, trained, skilled kaṭ-âkaṭa prepared & natural Vin.i.206 (of yūsa) akaṭa natural ibid., not…

kaṭṭha →

pts

…Pv-a.62. a˚ untilled, unprepared Anvs.27. su˚ well-ploughed AN.i.229; Mil.255.

Sk. kṛṣṭa, pp. of kasati, cp….

kedāra →

pts

an irrigated field, prepared for ploughing, arable land in its first stage of cultivation: kedāre pāyetvā karissāma “we shall till the fields…

khattar →

pts

…“satellite” has been compared for etym.) DN.i.112 (= DN-a.i.280, kh˚ vuccati pucchita-pucchita-pañhaṃ vyākaraṇa-samattho mahāmatto:…

khura →

pts

…a powder prepared with s. gum to prevent razors from rusting Vin.ii.134. Khulukhulu-karakam

Vedic kṣura, to kṣṇu,…

kodha →

pts

…MN.i.360, MN.i.363 often compared with phenomena of nature suggesting swelling up, viz. “uddhumāyika” kodhupāyāsassa adhivacanaṃ MN.i.144;…

kolāhala →

pts

…cp. Snp-a.490). One may compare the 3 (mahā-)halāhalāni given at Ja.i.48 as kappa-halāhala, buddha˚ and cakkavatti˚, eka-kolāhalaṃ…

koviḷāra →

pts

…Snp-a.354 (where the limbs of one afflicted with leprosy are compared with this flower).

cp. Sk. kovidāra

kuṇḍi →

pts

…Toevoegselen

s.v. compares phrase Sanskrit kāṁsy’ôpadohana, proposes reading kuṇḍ’ opadohana ‣See also kaṁsupadhāraṇa)

=…

kāpotikā →

pts

…cp Ja.i.360 (surā).

of doubtful origin, fr. kapota, but probably popular etym., one may compare Sk. kāpiśāyana, a sort of spirituous…

kāya →

pts

…between kāya and kāma is apparent from a number of other passages kāya-chando-˚sneho-˚anvayatā pahīyati MN.i.500; ajjhattañ ca bahiddha…

kūṭa →

pts

…with which may be compared danta-kūṭa (see under danta).

Sk. kūṭa, not horned; *(s)qer to cut, mutilate,…

lakkhaṇa →

pts

…(cp. Vb-a.261). Compared with other terms of definition we get the foll.: rasa essential property, paccupaṭṭhāna recurring…

laṭṭhaka →

pts

…Ja.iv.477; DN-a.i.284.

Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. compares Sk. laṭaha, laḍaha, dialectical

loṇika →

pts

… ■ loṇiya-teliya prepared with salt & oil Ja.iii.522 Ja.iv.71
aloṇika unsalted Vv.42#6 (˚aka); Vv-a.184;…

loṇiya →

pts

… ■ loṇiya-teliya prepared with salt & oil Ja.iii.522 Ja.iv.71
aloṇika unsalted Vv.42#6 (˚aka); Vv-a.184;…

maccu →

pts

…surmounting death Snp.578; pareta id. Snp.579. -pāsa the sling or snare of Māra Snp.166; Ja.v.367….

mallaka →

pts

…Prākrit.“* p. 45, compares Śaurasenī maḷḷaa Hindī maḷḷ(a) “cup,” maliyā “a small vessel (of wood or cocoanut-shell) for…

mana(s) →

pts

moved feeling → Lat palpare to palpitate, etc.). We might say of the mind “sensing,” that manas “senses” (as a refined sense of touch)…

mano →

pts

moved feeling → Lat palpare to palpitate, etc.). We might say of the mind “sensing,” that manas “senses” (as a refined sense of touch)…

manteti →

pts

…pl. imper. mantavho, as compared with mantayavho Ja.ii.107 besides mantavho ibid. Cp Geiger, P.Gr. § 126); DN.ii.87, DN.ii.239; Vin.iv.308…

muduka →

pts

…(giving in easily, compared with ukkaṭṭha & majjhima); Kp-a.49 (˚aṭṭhikāni soft bones); Mhvs.25, 102 (sayana); -bhūmi Mil.34 2….

mugga →

pts

…metaphor is not quite transparent; it is explained by Bdhgh as meaning a man speaking half-truths, as in a soup of beans some are only…

munāti →

pts

…& Pāli munāti. He compares maṇaï with Vedic mūta in kāma-mūta (driven by kāma; mūta = pp. of mū = mīv) and Sk. muni. Cp animo…

mālā →

pts

…K. flowers on his head: apparel of a criminal to be executed. Cp. ratta-māla-dhara wearing a red garland Ja.iii.179, an ensign of the…

nibandhati →

pts

…Mil.79. 2. to mix, apply, prepare Vin.ii.151 (anibandhanīya unable to be applied, not binding); Ja.i.201 (yāgubhattaṃ). 3. to press, urge,…

nibbāna →

pts

…in the older texts compared to the fire going out, rather than to the fire being put out. The latter point of view, though the word nibbāna…

nidasseti →

pts

…the word to be compared or defined, correl. to nidassana-vacana)
pp nidassita (q.v.).

Sk. nidarśayati, ni +…

nikati →

pts

…(paṭirūpadassanena paresaṃ vikāro)
■ instr. nikatiyā (metri causa) Ja.i.223, nikatyā Ja.ii.183, nikacca

nipadāmase →

pts

…(= do, set forth, prepare, give), in spite of Com. expln p. 121: nikārapakārā (= nipaccakārā?) upasaggā (upasajja?) dāmase…

niṭṭhita →

pts

…(made) ready, prepared (i.e. the preparations being finished) Vin.i.35; DN.i.109 (bhattaṃ: the meal is ready); DN.ii.127 (id.);…

niṭṭhāpeti →

pts

to carry out, perform; prepare, make ready, accomplish Ja.i.86, Ja.i.290; Ja.vi.366; Dhp-a.iii.172
pp niṭṭhāpita

okkhāyika →

pts

…relation to BSk. avakhāta of khan, and compares Lal.319

opapaccayika →

pts

adjective having the characteristic of being born without parents, as deva Ne.28 (upādāna).

= opapātika

opapātika →

pts

…visible cause (i.e. without parents), spontaneous rebirth (Kvu trsl. 2832), apparitional rebirth (Cpd. 1654, q.v.)…

oramati →

pts

to stay or be on this side, i.e. to stand still, to get no further Ja.i.492 (oramituṃ na icchi), Ja.i.498 (oramāma na pārema) Note. This form may also be expld. & taken as imper of ava + …

pacati →

pts

…read pacato for paccato, by pare daṇḍena pīḷentassa)
pp pakka (q.v.). Caus. pacāpeti & pāceti; (q.v.)
pass…

paduma →

pts

…1,000 leaves: Vv-a.191. Compared with other species at Ja.v.37, where 7 kinds are enumerated as uppala (blue, red & white);…

pakappeṭi →

pts

to arrange, fix, settle, prepare, determine, plan SN.ii.65 (ceteti p. anuseti); Snp.886 (pakappayitvā = takkayitvā vitakkayitvā saṃkappayitvā…

pakaroti →

pts

to effect, perform, prepare, make, do SN.i.24 (pakubbati); Snp.254 (id.), Snp.781, Snp.790 (ppr. med. pakubbamāna; cp. Mnd.65); Iti.21 (puññaṃ);…

para →

pts

…samayena C.)
pare (loc.); cp. Gr. παραί at; Lat prae before; Goth. faúra = E, for, old dat. of *per) in the…

parada →

pts

…yutta?] “fond of being prepared,” adapted, apt, active alert; only in one stock phrase (which points to this form as being archaic and probably…

pareta →

pts

…Mnd.149), Snp.1092, Snp.1123; Ja.iii.157; Pv.i.8#6; Pv.ii.2#4; Mil.248; Pv-a.61, Pv-a.93.

pp. of pareti, more likely para + i than pari + i,…

pareti →

pts

…come to (acc.) SN.ii.20; AN.v.2, AN.v.139 sq., AN.v.312; Ja.v.401 (= pakkhandati C.). pp pareta (q.v.).

in form = parā + i…

paribhaṇḍa →

pts

…Toevoegselen

i.36, who compares Tamil panda “a surrounding wall = P. bandha. The meaning is rather uncertain, cp notes in Vin. Texts ii.154;…

parikamma →

pts

…arranged, prepared Vin.ii.175 (bhūmi), as “with,” viz. geruka˚ plastered with red chalk Vin.i.48 Vin.ii.209; lākhā˚…

parikkhata →

pts

…grazed Ja.iii.431; Pv-a.272 (a˚).

pp. of pari + kṣan

Parikkhata2

made up, prepared, endowed with, equipped, adorned…

paripāceti →

pts

…to ripen, to develop, prepare Ja.vi.373 (atthaṃ p. ˚ācayitvā = vaḍḍhetvā C.); Mil.232 Mil.285, Mil.288, Mil.296
pp…

pariyeti →

pts

…(q.v.). The pp. is represented by pareta, see also pareti which seems to stand for…

pariññā →

pts

…is an apparent instr., but in reality (in form & meaning) the ger. of parijānāti (like abhiññāya → abhijānitvā) for…

parovara →

pts

…variant reading BB paropare explained as sundare ca asundare ca pañca kāmaguṇe Snp-a.493), Snp.1048 (reading paroparāni Cnd; see…

parājita →

pts

…Snp.440, Snp.681; Dhp.201 (= parena parājito Dhp-a.iii.259, where Bdhgh takes it evidently as instr. of para = parā); Ja.i.293; Ja.ii.160…

pasādiyā →

pts

…Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. takes it as rice plant compares Sk.; *prasātikā.

patiṭṭhīyati →

pts

…Pp.36; Kp-a.226.

only apparently (Pass.) to patiṭṭhahati, of sthā, but in reality = Sk. prati-sthyāyate, of sthyā, see…

pavana →

pts

…“wood, woodland,” and compares BSk. pavana Mvu.ii.272, Mvu.ii.382.

cp. Vedic pravaṇa; not with Müller, P.Gr. 24 = upavana; perhaps = Lat….

pavāḷha →

pts

…(muñjā v’isikā p.).

apparently pp. of pavahati (pavāheti), but in reality pp. of pa + bṛh1, corresp. to Sk. prabṛdha…

payojeti →

pts

…(kammaṃ). 2. to prepare, apply, use, put to, employ Pv-a.46 (bhesajjaṃ cuṇṇena saddhiṃ). 3. to engage, take into service, set to,…

paṭipuggala →

pts

… ■ appaṭipuggala without a rival, unrivalled, without compare SN.i.158 SN.iii.86; Thig.185; Ja.i.40; Mil.239 (cp….

paṭiviruddha →

pts

obstructed or obstructing, an adversary, opponent Ja.vi.12; DN-a.i.51 (˚ā satta = pare) Mil.203, Mil.403.

pp. of paṭivirujjhati, cp. BSk. prativiruddha rebellious Divy.445

paṭiyatta →

pts

prepared, got ready, made, dressed Vin.iv.18 (alankata˚); Ja.iv.380 (C. for pakata) Pv-a.25 (C. for upaṭṭhita), Pv-a.75 (alankata˚),…

paṭiyādeti →

pts

to prepare, arrange, give, dedicate Snp-a.447
pp paṭiyādita (q.v.)
causII. paṭiyādāpeti to cause to be…

paṭiyādita →

pts

given, prepared, arranged, dedicated Mil.9; Dhp-a.ii.75.

pp. of paṭiyādeti

pessika →

pts

…explained as pesaniyā paresaṃ veyyāvacca-kārī Vv-a.94); Ja.iii.413 (= parehi pesitabbā pesana-kārikā C. 414), or pessikā

pessiya →

pts

…explained as pesaniyā paresaṃ veyyāvacca-kārī Vv-a.94); Ja.iii.413 (= parehi pesitabbā pesana-kārikā C. 414), or pessikā

pisodara →

pts

…belly Kp-a.107 (ed. compares pṛṣodarādi Pāṇini vi.3, 109).

pṛṣa, i.e. pṛṣant + udara, see…

pitar →

pts

…The collective term for “parents” is mātāpitaro (pl. not dual), e.g. Snp.404; Ja.i.152; Ja.iii.83; Ja.iv.1; Pv-a.107. On similes of…

piṇḍa →

pts

…probably connected with piṣ i.e. crush, grind, make into a lump; Grassmann compares pīḍ to press; on other attempts at etym. see Walde…

pubba →

pts

…cp. BSk. pūrvāpareṇa vyākhyānaṃ karoti “explained in due order” Avs.ii.20 2 ˚rattaṃ “as in the former, so in the…

puna →

pts

…as the phrase aparo pi (apare pi), with which one may compare the parallel expressions puna-divase: aparadivase all of which show the close…

purā →

pts

…fore; also Lat. prae = Gr. παραί = Sk pare

pācīna →

pts

…(e.g. SN.iii.84) is only apparently a neg. pācīna, in reality a der. fr. apa (apa + ac), as pācīna is a der. fr pra + ac. See…

pāreti →

pts

to make go through, to bore through, pierce, break (?) Ja.iii.185 (reading uncertain).

Denom. fr. pāra; cp. Lat. portare

pārevata →

pts

  1. a dove, pigeon AN.i.162 (dove-coloured); Vv.36#3 (˚akkhi pārāpat’ akkhi Vv-a.167); Ja.vi.456.
  2. a species of tree, Diospyros embryopteris Ja.vi.529, Ja.vi.539.

the Prk. form (cp. Māgadhi pāreva …

pāruta →

pts

Note. The form apāruta is apparently only a neg. pāruta in reality it is apa + ā +…

pārāpata →

pts

dove, pigeon Ja.i.242; Ja.v.215; Vv-a.167 (˚akkhi); Pgdp.45. See the doublet pārevata.

Epic Sk. pārāvata

racati →

pts

to arrange, prepare, compose. The root is defined at Dhtp.546 by “paṭiyattane” (with variant reading car), and given at No. 542 as variant…

rajati →

pts

…meaning “bleach” (as compared with dhovati clean, & vijaṭeti to disentangle, smoothe)…

ratha →

pts

…a mite. Childers compares Sk. trasareṇu a mote of dust, atom. It is said to consist of 36 -tajjāri’s, and 36 ratha-reṇu’s are…

rindī →

pts

…down in old age. The C. compares them with leather water bottles without water (udaka-bhastā viya). We have to read either with Morris,…

rosaka →

pts

…BSk. roṣaka…

rājan →

pts

…Vism.419 is “dhammena pare rañjetī ti rājā” i.e. he gladdens others with his righteousness
■ At the latter passage the origin of…

rājā →

pts

…Vism.419 is “dhammena pare rañjetī ti rājā” i.e. he gladdens others with his righteousness
■ At the latter passage the origin of…

rūpa →

pts

…and more scientifically: “paresu rūp’ ādisu cakkhu-paṭihanana lakkhaṇaṃ rūpaṃ Vism.446
■ Of modern interpretations &…

s →

pts

…An apparent hiatus-s in ye s-idha Snp.1083, and evaṃ s- ahaṃ Snp.1134 (variant reading) may be an abbreviated…

sajja →

pts

adjective prepared, ready Ja.i.98 Ja.ii.325; Ja.iii.271; Mil.351; Pv-a.156, Pv-a.256. Of a bow furnished with a bow-string AN.iii.75.

grd….

sajjeti →

pts

pātheyyaṃ to prepare provisions Ja.iii.343; gehe to construct houses Ja.i.18; nāṭakāni to arrange ballets Ja.i.59; yaññaṃ

sajjita →

pts

issued, sent off; offered, prepared SN.ii.186; Vin.iii.137 (here in sense of “happy” sukhita); Mil.244 (of an arrow: sent);…

sama →

pts

…Dhp.306; Mil.4. The compared noun is put in the instr.; or precedes as first part of cpd. 3. impartial, upright, of even mind, just AN.i.74,…

samatitthika →

pts

…viii.20 (Konow) Compare, however, Rhys Davids’ Buddhist Suttas, p. 1781; ˚-aṃ buñjāmi Mil.213; “I eat (only just)…

samaya →

pts

…DN.i.179; Dhp-a.i.90. aparena s. in course of time, later Pv-a.31, Pv-a.68; yasmiṃ samaye at which time DN.i.199; Dhs-a.61. *ekasmiṃ…

samaṇa →

pts

…DN.ii.151; MN.i.63; compare Snp.84 sq.; the state of a Samaṇa is attended by eight sukhas Ja.i.7; the Buddha is often mentioned and…

samohita →

pts

  1. put together, joined Ja.vi.261 (su˚).
  2. connected with, covered with Mnd.149 (for pareta); Mil.346 (raja-panka˚).

pp. of samodahati

sampareta →

pts

adjective surrounded, beset with Ja.ii.317; Ja.iii.360 = SN.i.143.

saṃ + pareta

sandissati →

pts

…DN.ii.95; Vin.i.18; to compare, verify, DN.ii.124; ppr. sandassiyamāna DN.ii.124; Ja.vi.217 (sunakhesu sandissanti, i.e. they are of no more…

sannata →

pts

  1. bent down, low Ja.vi.58 (opp. unnata).
  2. bent, prepared Ja.v.215 (C. suphassita).

pp. of saṃ + nam, cp. sannāmeti

santhariṃ →

pts

adverb by way of spreading; in sabba˚; so that all is spread, prepared DN.ii.84; cp. Vin.i.227, Vin.i.384.

fr. santhara

sara →

pts

…[= kḷpti; can we compare BSk. svaragupti “depth of voice” Divy.222?] intonation, resonance timbre, melodiousness of voice Vin.ii.108 =…

saṃvidahati →

pts

…fix, settle, provide, prepare DN.i.61
pot ˚eyyāma;
aor ˚vidahi Pv-a.198;
inf -vidhātuṃ AN.ii.35, & -vidahituṃ Vin.i.287; …

saṃvihita →

pts

arranged, prepared, provided Ja.i.133 (˚ārakkha i.e. protected); in cpd. su˚; well arranged or appointed, fully provided DN.ii.75; MN.ii.75;…

saṃyojana →

pts

…macchariya, avijjā); compare, however, Dhs.1002.

A diff. enumn of seven saṃyojanas at DN.iii.254; AN.iv.7, viz. anunaya˚,…

saṅgahita →

pts

…Snp-a.291 (˚atta). 5. kindly disposed Vv.11#6 = Pv.iv.1#60 (˚attabhāva = paresaṃ sangaṇha-sīla Vv-a.59, i.e. of sympathetic…

saṅgahīta →

pts

…Snp-a.291 (˚atta). 5. kindly disposed Vv.11#6 = Pv.iv.1#60 (˚attabhāva = paresaṃ sangaṇha-sīla Vv-a.59, i.e. of sympathetic…

saṅkharoti →

pts

to put together, prepare, work Pv-a.287. a-saṅkhārāna SN.i.126. Ger. saṅkharitvā SN.ii.269 (variant reading…

saṅkhāra →

pts

…These lists may be compared with the later elaboration of the saṅkhāra-elements given at Vism.462 sq. 3. saṅkhārā (pl.) in…

saṅkāpeti →

pts

to prepare, get ready, undertake Vin.i.137 (vass’āvāsaṃ); SN.iv.312.

fr. saṃ + kḷp

saṇhaka →

pts

…saṇa = sāṇa. Kern compares P. tuṇhīra tūṇīra; Sk. śaṇa = śāṇaka. According to Andersen Pāli Glossary “betelnut” (=…

seta →

pts

…clear (transparent) water Pv.ii.1#20.

setaka →

pts

adjective white, transparent DN.ii.129; MN.i.76, MN.i.167, MN.i.283.

seta + ka

soka →

pts

…id. Vv.84#30.

  • -pareta overcome with grief Pv.i.8#6
  • -vinaya dispelling of grief Pv-a.39. *…

su →

pts

… ■ parikammakata* well prepared, well polished DN.i.76; AN.ii.201; DN-a.i.221 -pariccaja easy to give away Ja.iii.68….

sutta →

pts

…Snp-a.159, Snp-a.310 (compared with Vinaya & Abhidhamma). 3. one of the divisions of the Scriptures (see; navanga) AN.ii.103, AN.ii.178;…

sādheti →

pts

…Pv-a.125 3. to arrange, prepare Mhvs.7, Mhvs.24. 4. to perform execute Ja.i.38 (ārāmika-kiccaṃ); DN-a.i.194; Mhvs.36, Mhvs.62 Vism.344 (see…

sāṭeti →

pts

…(attānaṃ sāṭetvā dāsakammaṃ karissāni); Ja.vi.486 (kāyaṃ s.). He compares Mvu.iii.385: śāṭeti gātrāni. Cp. *visāṭita…

tama →

pts

tamo darkness (syn. andhakāra, opp. joti), lit. as well as fig. (mental darkness = ignorance or state of doubt); one of the dark states of life & rebirth; adj. living in one of the d …

taṭṭaka →

pts

…cp. also Av. taśta. Morris (J.P.T.S. 1884, 80) compares Marathi tasta (ewer).

Etym. unknown

tela →

pts

sesamum-oil (prepared from tila seeds), oil in general (tela = tilatelādika DN-a.i.93): used for drinking, anointing & burning purposes Vin.i.205,…

thaṇḍila →

pts

…sthaṇḍila a levelled piece of ground prepared for a sacrifice. Cognate with sthala, level ground

thera →

pts

…(in meaning to be compared w. Lat. senior, etc from num. sem “one” = one year old, i.e. lasting over one and many more years). Cp….

ti →

pts

…Toevoegselen

s. v. compares the interesting BSk. distortion itivṛttaṃ. -hāsa [= iti ha āsa, preserving the Vedic…

tila →

pts

…out of which oil is prepared: see tela), Sesamum Indicum. Often combd with taṇḍula

tiṭṭhati →

pts

… ■ An apparent Med-Pass. ṭhīyati, as found in cpd. pati-ṭṭhīyati is to be explained as Med. of paṭi + sthyā

tudampatī →

pts

…cp. also Kern,

Toevoegselen

ii.93, who compares tuvantuva for duvanduva

tula →

pts

…to be measured, beyond compare or description Vv.30#4 (= anupama Vv-a.126); Pv.ii.8#9 (= appamāṇa Pv-a.110); Pv.iii.3#2 (= asadisarūpa…

tuleti →

pts

to weigh, examine, compare; match, equal MN.i.480; Thag.107; Ja.vi.283-ger. tulayitvā MN.i.480
grd tuliya & tulya (see sep.)
pp…

tulita →

pts

weighed, estimated, compared, gauged, considered Thig.153 (yattakaṃ esā t. what she is worth = lakkhaṇaññūhi parichinna Thag-a.139); Nd…

tāreti →

pts

…save, help, assist Snp.319 (pare tārayetuṃ), Snp.321 (so tāraye tattha bahū pi aññe); Iti.123 (tiṇṇo tarayataṃ varo: “one who is…

udaggi →

pts

…udaggihuttaṃ the fire prepared (for sacrifice) Ja.v.396 (uda-aggihuttaṃ C. wrongly), lit. “the sacrifice (being) out”

= ud + aggi +…

udicca →

pts

…n. 1) Ja.i.140, Ja.i.324 Ja.i.343, Ja.i.373; Mil.236
■ See also uddiya.

apparently an adjectivised ger. of udeti but…

ujjhāna →

pts

…captiousness Dhp.253 (= paresaṃ randha-gavesitāya Dhp-a.iii.377); Mil.352 (an˚-bahula). 2. complaining, wailing Ja.iv.287.

*…

ukkhā →

pts

…“zeker muntstuck”, i.e. kind of gift.

can it be compared with Vedic ukṣan?

ukkācanā →

pts

…Toevoegselen

s. v. compares Vism p.115 & Sk. uddīpana in same sense. Def. at Vism.27 (= uddīpanā).

fr. ukkāceti, ud + *kāc, see…

unnaṅgala →

pts

…work in general) away and prepare for a festival; to take a holiday A typical “Jātaka”-phrase; Ja.i.228; Ja.ii.296, Ja.ii.367; Ja.iii.129,…

upakkhata →

pts

…favour or service, given, prepared, administered DN.i.127 (= sajjita DN-a.i.294); Pv.ii.8#4 (= sajjita Pv-a.107); Ja.vi.139; Mil.156.

pp. of…

upakkhaṭa →

pts

…favour or service, given, prepared, administered DN.i.127 (= sajjita DN-a.i.294); Pv.ii.8#4 (= sajjita Pv-a.107); Ja.vi.139; Mil.156.

pp. of…

upameti →

pts

to measure one thing by another, to compare Ja.vi.252; Vism.314 (˚metvā, read ˚netvā?).

upa +

upameyya →

pts

adjective to be compared, that which is to be likened or compared, the 1st part of a comparison Vv-a.13.

grd. of upa +…

upanidhi →

pts

…comparison, in phrase upanidhiṃ na upeti “does not come into comparison, cannot be compared with” MN.iii.177; SN.ii.263; SN.v.457 (so…

upanidhāya →

pts

…as prep. w. acc. “compared with” MN.i.374; MN.iii.177 (Himavantaṃ pabbatarājānaṃ); SN.ii.133 (mahāpaṭhaviṃ), SN.ii.262;…

upapajjati →

pts

…variant reading upp˚ is apparently frequent; but it is almost impossible to distinguish between upap˚ and upp˚ in the Sinhalese writing, and…

upapātika →

pts

…i.e. rebirth without parents, as a deva DA on DN.iii.107 Thag-a.207.

fr. upapāta but evidently mixed with uppāda1 and…

upasaṅkheyya →

pts

adjective to be prepared, produced or contracted Snp.849 (= ˚sankhātabba Snp-a.549; cp. Mnd.213).

grd of upa + sankharoti

uppajjanaka →

pts

…(belonging to) coming into existence, i.e. arising suddenly or without apparent cause, in -bhaṇḍa a treasure trove Ja.iii.150.

fr….

upādāya →

pts

…Pv-a.164 2. compared with, alongside of, with reference to, according to DN.i.205 (kālañ ca samayañ ca acc. to time & convenience);…

urabbha →

pts

…with ulā & uraṇa to be compared with Gr.; ἀρήν wether, cp. Hom. εἰρος wool; Lat. vervex Ags. waru = E. ware (orig. sheepskins) = Ger….

uṭṭhahati →

pts

…by uttiṭṭhitvā paresaṃ gharadvāre ṭhatvā Dhp-a.iii.165, cp. Vin Texts i.152)
imper 2nd pl. uṭṭhahatha Snp.331;…

uṭṭhāti →

pts

…by uttiṭṭhitvā paresaṃ gharadvāre ṭhatvā Dhp-a.iii.165, cp. Vin Texts i.152)
imper 2nd pl. uṭṭhahatha Snp.331;…

vana →

pts

…the forest darkness. Kern compares Sk. vanajapattr’ākṣī Mbh i.171, 43, and vanaja-locanā Avad. Kalp. 3, 137. The Cy. explains are…

vaṭṭa →

pts

… > Toevoegselen

s. v. compares it with Sk. vardhra leather strap taking vaṭṭa as a corruption of vaḍḍha, but the…

vesa →

pts

dress, apparel; (more frequently:) disguise, (assumed) appearance Ja.i.146 (pakati˚ usual dress), Ja.i.230 (āyuttaka˚); Ja.iii.418 (andha˚)…

vihita →

pts

adjective arranged, prepared, disposed, appointed; furnished, equipped Ja.vi.201 (loka); Mil.345 (nagara); DN.i.45, SN.iii.46; Pp.55 (aneka˚);…

vihitaka →

pts

…belong to āhāra. in sense of “prepared by somebody else”?).

vijjā →

pts

…Both meanings compared contrasted at AN.i.163 (aññathā brāhmaṇā brāhmaṇaṃ tevijjaṃ paññāpenti, aññathā ca pana…

vikappita →

pts

prepared, put in order, arranged, made; in combination su˚; well prepared, beautifully set Snp.7; Vv-a.188 (manohara +)
■ Bdhgh. at…

viliva →

pts

…of reed MN.i.566 (Bdhgh on MN.i.429); Vism.310 (˚maya).

Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. compares Sk, bilma slip, chip. Phonetically viliva = Sk….

vilīva →

pts

…of reed MN.i.566 (Bdhgh on MN.i.429); Vism.310 (˚maya).

Kern,

Toevoegselen

s. v. compares Sk, bilma slip, chip. Phonetically viliva = Sk….

vimāna →

pts

…in fairy tales, compared with the awakening from sleep (as in a state of trance): sutta-ppabuddha Dhp-a.iii.7 Of the Vimāna itself it…

viruta →

pts

…a little doubtful when we compare the expression viruṭañ ca gabbhakaraṇaṃ at Snp.927 with the passage viruddha-gabbhakaraṇaṃ at…

visajjati →

pts

…visatta (q.v.)
■ The apparent ger. form visajja belongs to vissajjati.

vi + sajjati, Pass. of sañj; the regular…

vivaṭṭa →

pts

…as m. vivaṭṭo, compared with saṃvaṭṭo), Vism.420 (˚ṭṭhāyin) In cpd. -kappa (i.e. descending aeon) at DN.iii.51; Pp.60;…

viyūḷha →

pts

…put in array, prepared, imminent Ja.ii.336 (maraṇe viyūḷhe = paccupaṭṭhite C.). Cp. saṃyūḷha.

apparently vi + ūḷha,…

vokiṇṇaka →

pts

…up Mil.300 (kapiniddā-pareto vokiṇṇakaṃ jaggati a person with light sleep, so-called “monkey-doze,” lies confusedly awake i.e. is…

vītaṃsa →

pts

…word is found in late Sk. (lexicogr.) as vītaṃsa. BR compare Sk avataṃsa (garland: see P. vaṭaṃsa) & uttaṃsa….

yamati →

pts

…in imper. sense: “pare ca na vijānanti mayaṃ ettha yamāmase,” which is explained both at Dhp-a.i.65, Thag A, & Ja.iii.489 in…

yojeti →

pts

…poison the fruit). 3. to prepare, provide, set in order, arrange, fix, fit up Mhvs.30, Mhvs.39 (pāde upānāhi fitted the feet with slippers)…

yutta →

pts

…furnished; fixed, prepared, in order, ready Snp.442 (Māra = uyyutta Snp-a.392); Pv-a.53. 4. able, fit (to or for = inf.), suitable,…

yāca →

pts

…as follows: yaṃ yaṃ pare yācanti tassa tassa dānato yācanayogo ti attho; yājayogo ti pi pāṭho; yājana-sankhātena yājena yutto ti…

yācitaka →

pts

…Ja.iv.358: “yaṃ parena dinnattā labbhati taṃ yācita-sadisam eva hoti.”-(nt.) anything borrowed, borrowed goods: *yācitak’…

yānikata →

pts

…The expression is to be compared with yatānuyāgin & yātrā, similarly to which it is used only in one stock phrase. It comes very near…

yātrā →

pts

…“customary.” The ed. compares Sk. yātsattra, a certain ceremony.

fr. , Class. Sk. yātrā, a n. ag. formation like…

yāvaka →

pts

dish prepared of barley Ja.vi.373 (= yavataṇḍula-bhatta C.).

= yavaka

yāvatā →

pts

…kuto bhiyyo “compared with this sīla I do not see anyone quite equal to myself, much less greater.” DN.i.74…

āmaka →

pts

…corn in its natural, unprepared state DN.i.5 = Pp.58 (see DN-a.i.78 for definition); Vin.iv.264; Vin.v.135.

āmisa →

pts

…notion of “raw unprepared, uncultivated”; thus -khāra raw lye Vin.i.206. 2. “fleshy, of the flesh” (as opposed to mind or…

ārañjita →

pts

…to furnish with, prepare, or better still to be regarded as an idiomatic Pāli form of soundroot *rac (see āracayā˚) mixed with…

āsa →

pts

…Can we compare BSk. āsapātrī (see next).

Āsa3

food, only in cpd. pātarāsa morning…

āsaya →

pts

…often combd. & compared with anusaya (inclination, hankering, disposition), e.g. at Pts.i.133; Pts.ii.158; Vb.340;…

āvi →

pts

…at Pv-a.103 by pakāsanaṃ paresaṃ pākaṭavasana Otherwise in foll. compounds (with kar & bhū) -kamma making clear, evidence,…

āṇi →

pts

…Vism.108; DN-a.i.199 is apparently a sort of brush made of four or five small pieces of flexible wood.

Vedic āṇi to aṇu fine, thin,…