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ruka, 45 találat.

ruka →

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in cpd. aḍḍha˚; at Vin.ii.134, referring to the shape of a beard, is doubtful. The variant reading is “duka.” Could it correspond to Vedic rukma (a certain ornament worn on the chest)?

abhīruka →

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adjective fearless DN-a.i.250.

a + bhīru + ka

aruka →

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Err:501

añjana →

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…kāḷ˚, ras˚, sot˚, geruka, kapalla) DN.i.7, DN.i.12; DN-a.i.98 (khār˚); DN-a.i.284; Dhp-a.iii.354 (akkhi eye-salve). 2. glossy,…

aḍḍha →

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…Pv-a.155.

  • -ruka (variant reading ˚duka) a certain fashion of wearing the hair Vin.ii.134; Bdhgh expln.

babbu →

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…= Dhp-a.ii.152.

Sk. babhruka a kind of ichneumon; Vedic babhru brown, cp. Lat. fiber = beaver, further connection “bear,” see Walde, *Lat….

babbuka →

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…= Dhp-a.ii.152.

Sk. babhruka a kind of ichneumon; Vedic babhru brown, cp. Lat. fiber = beaver, further connection “bear,” see Walde, *Lat….

bharu →

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…Kuru˚)
■ Der Bhārukacchaka an inhabitant of Bharukaccha Dhs-a.305 (so read at Expos. ii.401).

a dial. (inscription) word, cp….

bhuñjati →

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Bhuñjati1

to eat (in general), to enjoy, make use of, take advantage of, use Snp.102, Snp.240, Snp.259, Snp.619; Dhp.324 Pp.55.
pot bhuñjeyya Snp.400; Dhp.308, 2nd pl *bhuñj …

bhārukacchaka →

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see *bharu*˚.

bhīruka →

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adjective afraid, shy, cowardly, shunning (-˚) Vism.7 (pāpa˚), Vism.645 (jīvitu-kāma bhīruka-purisa).

fr. bhīru

cillaka →

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peg, post, pillar, in dāruka˚; Thig.390 (cp. Thag-a.257). Not with Kern (Toev.) “a wooden puppet,” as der. fr. citta.1

kilaka…

deva →

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…Dhp-a.i.278

  • -dāruka a species of pine Ja.v.420;
  • -dundubhi the celestial drum, i.e. thunder…

devata →

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…(Brahma˚ + Brahma (garuka)
■ f.; devatā in pati “worshipping the husband,” i.e. a devoted wife Ja.iii.406;…

dhamma →

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…SN.i.30. Dhp ˚ṃ garukaroti DN.iii.84. Opp. Dhamme agārava AN.iii.247 AN.iii.340; AN.iv.84: the slanderers of the Dh. receive the worst…

duṭṭha →

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…SN.iv.339; AN.i.124 (˚âruka), AN.i.127 (id.), AN.i.157 sq.; Iti.68 (saro d., perhaps should be read as diddho); Ja.i.187 Ja.i.254…

dāruka →

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(cp. dāru) a log SN.i.202 = Thag.62 = Dhp-a.iii.460; adj. made of wood Thig.390 (˚cillaka, a wooden post see Thag-a.257).

gahapati →

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…AN.i.239 sq.; and dārukammika, carpenter AN.iii.391. Var duties of a g. enum. at AN.i.229, AN.i.239
■ The wealth comfortably-living…

garu →

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…Snp.p.51 (Gotamassa). Cp. garuka, gārava; also agaru agalu.

  1. N. a venerable person, a teacher: garunaṃ dassanāya & sakāsaṃ Snp.325,…

garuka →

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…Sdhp.520 Nibbāna-garuka Vism.117 (+ Nâdhimutta & N-pabbhāra).

  • -āpatti a grievous offence, see above. As…

geruka →

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gerukā (f.) yellow ochre (Bdhgh suvaṇṇa˚ cp. Sk. kañcana˚ & svarṇa˚), red chalk used as colouring Vin.i.203; Vin.ii.151; AN.i.210; Mil.133 (˚cuṇṇa). Freq. in -parikamma a coating of red chalk, re …

kantāra →

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…with maru˚ Pv-a.99 and marukantāramagga Pv-a.112; opp. khemantabhūmi. Usually five kinds of wilds are enumerated cora˚, vāla˚, nirudaka˚,…

kaseruka →

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…connected with Sk. kaseru…

kata →

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…used as, reduced to“ (garukata = garavita).

  1. with nouns (see s. v.) e.g. , anabhāva-kata, kavi˚ kāla-vaṇṇa˚ (reduced to a…

kaṭeruha →

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flowering plant Ja.vi.537 (= pupphagaccha). Cp. kaseruka.

lahukā →

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…(adv.) too soon Vin.ii.215. 3. (as tt. in grammar) light (of letters or syllables), opp. garuka DN-a.i.177 (with ref. to the 10…

manussa →

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human being, man. The popular etym. connects m. with Manu(s), the ancestor of men, e.g. Kp-a.123: “Manuno apaccā ti manussā, porāṇā pana bhaṇanti ʻmana-ussannatāya manussa’; te Jambudīpakā, Aparagoy …

māneti →

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…(aor. mānesuṃ, + garukariṃsu + pūjesuṃ)
pp mānita.

Caus. of man, cp. Sk. mānayati, Lat. moneo to…

mānikata →

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…worshipped SN.ii.119 (garukata m. pūjita).

pp. of a verb māni-karoti, which stands for māna-karoti, and is substituted for mānita after…

nahāna →

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…Dhp-a.iii.88;

  • -garuka fond of bathing Vin.i.196;
  • -cuṇṇa bath powder (cp. nahāniya˚)…

ninna →

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taccarita tabbahula taggaruka tanninna tappoṇa tappabbhāra tadādhimutta (with variation nibbāna˚ viveka˚ etc. for tad˚): Nd ii.under…

pabbhāra →

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…with adhimutta & garuka at Vism.117 (Nibbāna˚)-; apabbhara (sic.) not slanting or sloping Ja.v.405 (= samatittha C.). 2. (m. & nt.) a…

paccuddharati →

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…trsl. Vin. Texts ii.152 “to wear out a robe”), Vin.ii.151 (gerukaṃ; trsl. Vin. Texts ii.151 “to wipe down”).

paṭi +…

parikamma →

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…kārāpeti), Vin.ii.117 (geruka˚ plastering with red chalk), Vin.ii.151 (id.). parikammaṃ karoti to make (the necessary) preparation, to set…

phāruka →

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adjective at Vv-a.288 is not clear; meaning something like “bitter,” combined with kasaṭa; variant reading pāru˚. Probably = phārusaka.

pūraḷāsa →

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sacrificial cake (brahmanic), oblation Snp.459 (= carukañ ca pūvañ ca Snp-a.405), Snp.467 Snp.479 (= havyasesa C.), 486.

cp. Vedic puroḍāśa

rasa →

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…for tastes Dhs.1059.

  • -garuka bent on enjoyment Snp-a.107.
  • -taṇhā thirst for taste, lust of…

reruka →

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“elephant’s tooth,” ivory Ja.ii.230 (= hatthi-danta C.).

etym.? Probably dialectical

sakkaroti →

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…often combined with garukaroti māneti, pūjeti, e.g. DN.i.91, DN.i.117; DN.iii.84; MN.i.126. ppr -karonto DN.ii.159; Pot. -kareyya

sakkata →

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…Nd.73; Ja.i.334; Mil.21; Snp-a.43 Usually combined with garukata, pūjita, mānita.

pp. of sakkaroti

sīta →

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…same Ja.iv.438.

  • -bhīruka being a chilly fellow Vin.i.288#2 (cp. sītāluka).

Vedic śīta

Sīta

neuter sail…

taccarita →

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…with tabbahula taggaruka tanninna tappoṇa tappabhāra freq. as formula, expressing: converging to this end, bent thereon, striving…

taggaruka →

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Err:509

uccā →

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˚- adverb high (lit. & fig.), raised, in foll. compounds.

  • -kaṇerukā a tall female elephant MN.i.178.
  • -kāḷārikā id. MN.i.178 (variant reading ˚kaḷārikā to be preferred).
  • *-[kula](/define …

vajira →

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Vajira1

a thunderbolt; usually with ref. to Sakka’s (= Indra’s) weapon DN.i.95 = MN.i.231 (ayasa); Thag.419; Ja.i.134 (vajira-pūritā viya garukā kucchi “as if filled with Sakka’s thunderb …