Szótár

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Buddha, 1210 találat.

buddha →

bodhirasa

Buddha, Awakened One

DHP 75 bālavaggo

aññā hi lābh'ūpanisā, aññā nibbānagāminī, evam'etaṃ abhiññāya, bhikkhu buddhassa sāvako, sakkāraṃ n'ābhinandeyya, vivekam'anubrūhaye.

SNP 4 kasibhāradvājasuttaṃ uragavaggo 4

gāth'ābhigītaṃ me abhojaneyyaṃ, sampassataṃ brāhmaṇa n'esa dhammo, gāth'ābhigītaṃ panudanti buddhā, dhamme satī brāhmaṇa vutti'r'esā.

buddha →

bodhirasa

awakened, woke up, understood

VIN 0 verañjakaṇḍaṃ

iti'pi so bhagavā arahaṃ sammāsambuddho vijjācaraṇasampanno sugato lokavidū anuttaro purisadammasārathi satthā devamanussānaṃ buddho bhagavā

buddha →

dppn

…a person who has reached the pinnacle of wisdom and freedom. From time to time Buddha’s appear in the world, but Sddhattha is the only…

buddha →

farkas

felébredett, a Buddha

buddha →

nyana

Buddha: see: sammā-sambodhi.

buddha →

pts

…of bujjhati, cp. Epic Sk. buddha

Buddha2

  1. one who has attained enlightenment; a man superior to all other beings, human divine, by…

buḍḍha →

pts

aged, old DN.ii.162; Ja.i.164 (˚pabbajita one who has become an ascetic in his old age). Compar. buḍḍhatara Dhp-a.ii.239 (variant reading K.B.S. vuḍḍhatara).

for vuḍḍha, pp. …

Buddha →

puskas

(i.e. 563-483) ‘Megvilágosodott’. A buddhizmus alapítójának, Gótama Sziddhártának a neve, amelyet az általa keresett lényeg felismerése során, azaz a Megvilágosodás kapcsán nyert. Nevezték még Szakjam …

abhisambuddha →

bodhirasa

realised (by), discovered (by), lit. woken up to (by)

VIN 0 verañjakaṇḍaṃ

eko'va loke anuttaraṃ sammāsambodhiṃ abhisambuddho

MN 139 araṇavibhaṅgasuttaṃ

ete kho, bhikkhave, ubho ante anupagamma majjhimā paṭipadā tathāgatena abhisambuddhā, cakkhukaraṇī ñāṇakaraṇī upasamāya abhiññāya sambodhāya nibbānāya saṃvattati.

anabhisambuddha →

bodhirasa

not gained full enlightenment, not woke up completely

SN 22.26 assādasuttaṃ

pubb'eva me, bhikkhave, sambodhā anabhisambuddhassa bodhisattasseva sato etad'ahosi, ko nu kho rūpassa assādo, ko ādīnavo, kiṃ nissaraṇaṃ?

ariya aṭṭhaṅgika magga →

bodhirasa

Buddha’s eight-part path

UD 45 uposathasuttaṃ

evam'eva kho, bhikkhave, ayaṃ dhammavinayo bahuratano anekaratano, tatr'imāni ratanāni, seyyathidaṃ, cattāro satipaṭṭhānā, cattāro sammappadhānā, cattāro iddhipādā, pañc'indriyāni, pañca balāni, satta bojjhaṅgā, ariyo aṭṭh'aṅgiko maggo

SN 22.57 sattaṭṭhānasuttaṃ

ayam'eva ariyo aṭṭh'aṅgiko maggo rūpanirodhagāminī paṭipadā, seyyathidaṃ sammādiṭṭhi sammāsaṅkappo sammāvācā sammākammanto sammāājīvo sammāvāyāmo sammāsati sammāsamādhi.

ariya →

bodhirasa

noble, distinguished, of the Buddha

AN 8.2 paññāsuttaṃ

saṅghagato kho pana anānākathiko hoti atiracchānakathiko. sāmaṃ vā dhammaṃ bhāsati, paraṃ vā ajjhesati, ariyaṃ vā tuṇhībhāvaṃ n'ātimaññati.

SN 37.34 vaḍḍhīsuttaṃ

pañcahi, bhikkhave, vaḍḍhīhi vaḍḍhamānā ariya-sāvikā ariyāya vaḍḍhiyā vaḍḍhati sārādāyinī ca hoti varādāyinī ca kāyassa. katamehi pañcahi?

ariyadhamma →

bodhirasa

teaching of the Buddha, noble teaching

MN 2.2 sabbāsavasuttaṃ

ariyānaṃ adassāvī ariyadhammassa akovido ariyadhamme avinīto, sappurisānaṃ adassāvī sappurisadhammassa akovido sappurisadhamme avinīto

TH 264 vaṅgīsa theragāthā

paroparaṃ ariyadhammaṃ viditvā, mā mohayī jānam'anomavīriya, vāriṃ yathā ghammani ghammatatto, vāc'ābhikaṅkhāmi sutaṃ pavassa.

ariyappavedita →

bodhirasa

taught by the Noble One, proclaimed by the Buddha

DHP 79 paṇḍitavaggo

dhammapīti sukhaṃ seti, vippasannena cetasā, ariyappavedite dhamme, sadā ramati paṇḍito.

ariyasacca →

bodhirasa

truth of the Buddha, noble truth

DHP 190 buddhavaggo

yo ca buddhañ'ca dhammañ'ca, saṅghañ'ca saraṇaṃ gato, cattāri ariyasaccāni, sammappaññāya passati.

KHP 5 maṅgalasuttaṃ

tapo ca brahmacariyañca, ariyasaccāna dassanaṃ, nibbānasacchikiriyā ca, etaṃ maṅgalam'uttamaṃ.

ariyassa vinaye →

bodhirasa

in the Buddha’s training, in the discipline of the noble one

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

maraṇañ'h'etaṃ, sunakkhatta, ariyassa vinaye yo sikkhaṃ paccakkhāya hīnāy'āvattati, maraṇamattañ'h'etaṃ, sunakkhatta, dukkhaṃ yaṃ aññataraṃ saṃkiliṭṭhaṃ āpattiṃ āpajjati.

ariyasāvaka →

bodhirasa

disciple of the Buddha

MN 9 sammādiṭṭhisuttaṃ

kittāvatā nu kho āvuso ariyasāvako sammādiṭṭhi hoti

SN 22.1 nakulapitusuttaṃ

idha, gahapati, sutavā ariyasāvako ariyānaṃ dassāvī ariyadhammassa kovido ariyadhamme suvinīto sappurisānaṃ dassāvī sappurisadhammassa kovido sappurisadhamme suvinīto na rūpaṃ attato samanupassati

ariyasāvikā →

bodhirasa

female disciple of the Buddha

SN 37.34 vaḍḍhīsuttaṃ

pañcahi, bhikkhave, vaḍḍhīhi vaḍḍhamānā ariyasāvikā ariyāya vaḍḍhiyā vaḍḍhati sārādāyinī ca hoti varādāyinī ca kāyassa. katamehi pañcahi?

bhagavantu →

bodhirasa

Buddha, lord, Lord Buddha

SNP 58 puṇṇaka māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 3

anejaṃ mūladassāviṃ, atthi pañhena āgamaṃ, kiṃ nissitā isayo manujā, khattiyā brāhmaṇā devatānaṃ, yaññam'akappayiṃsu puthū'dha loke, pucchāmi taṃ bhagavā brūhi me taṃ.

AN 10.58 mūlakasuttaṃ

bhagavaṃ-mūlakā no, bhante, dhammā bhagavaṃ-nettikā bhagavaṃ-paṭisaraṇā. sādhu vata, bhante, bhagavantaṃ-y'eva paṭibhātu etassa bhāsitassa attho. bhagavato sutvā bhikkhū dhāressantī'ti.

bhagavato santike →

bodhirasa

in the Buddha’s presence, lit. near of the Buddha

SN 46.53 aggisuttaṃ

atha kho te bhikkhū tesaṃ aññatitthiyānaṃ paribbājakānaṃ bhāsitaṃ n'eva abhinandiṃsu nappaṭikkosiṃsu, anabhinanditvā appaṭikkositvā uṭṭhāy'āsanā pakkamiṃsu, bhagavato santike etassa bhāsitassa atthaṃ ājānissāmā'ti.

bhagavato →

bodhirasa

to the Buddha, for the Buddha

AN 6.61 majjhesuttaṃ

ekam'antaṃ nisinnā kho therā bhikkhū yāvatako ahosi sabbeh'eva saddhiṃ kathāsallāpo, taṃ sabbaṃ bhagavato ārocesuṃ.

SNP 4 kasibhāradvājasuttaṃ uragavaggo 4

atha kho kasibhāradvājo brāhmaṇo mahatiyā kaṃsapātiyā pāyāsaṃ vaḍḍhetvā bhagavato upanāmesi, bhuñjatu bhavaṃ gotamo pāyasaṃ.

bhagavato →

bodhirasa

from the Buddha

AN 10.58 mūlakasuttaṃ

bhagavaṃmūlakā no, bhante, dhammā bhagavaṃnettikā bhagavaṃpaṭisaraṇā. sādhu vata, bhante, bhagavantaṃ'y'eva paṭibhātu etassa bhāsitassa attho. bhagavato sutvā bhikkhū dhāressantī'ti.

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

etassa bhagavā kālo, etassa sugata kālo, yaṃ bhagavā dhammaṃ deseyya. bhagavato sutvā bhikkhū dhāressantī'ti.

bhagavato →

bodhirasa

of the Buddha

SN 3.13 doṇapākasuttaṃ

ehi tvaṃ, tāta sudassana, bhagavato santike imaṃ gāthaṃ pariyāpuṇitvā mama bhattābhihāre bhāsa

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

idam'avoca bhagavā. attamanā te bhikkhū bhagavato bhāsitaṃ abhinandun'ti.

bhagavatā →

bodhirasa

by the Buddha

DN 16.11 mahāparinibbānasuttaṃ

dhamme aveccappasādena samannāgato hoti, svākkhāto bhagavatā dhammo sandiṭṭhiko akāliko ehipassiko opaneyyiko paccattaṃ veditabbo viññūhī'ti

DN 14.13 mahāpadānasuttaṃ

seyyathā'pi, bhante, nikkujjitaṃ vā ukkujjeyya, paṭicchannaṃ vā vivareyya, mūḷhassa vā maggaṃ ācikkheyya, andhakāre vā telapajjotaṃ dhāreyya, cakkhumanto rūpāni dakkhantī'ti. evam'evaṃ bhagavatā anekapariyāyena dhammo pakāsito.

bhagavaṃmūlaka →

bodhirasa

rooted in the Blessed One, stem from the Buddha

AN 10.58 mūlakasuttaṃ

bhagavaṃmūlakā no, bhante, dhammā bhagavaṃnettikā bhagavaṃpaṭisaraṇā. sādhu vata, bhante, bhagavantaṃ'y'eva paṭibhātu etassa bhāsitassa attho. bhagavato sutvā bhikkhū dhāressantī'ti.

bhagavaṃnettika →

bodhirasa

guided by the Blessed one, led by the Buddha

AN 10.58 mūlakasuttaṃ

bhagavaṃmūlakā no, bhante, dhammā bhagavaṃnettikā bhagavaṃpaṭisaraṇā. sādhu vata, bhante, bhagavantaṃ'y'eva paṭibhātu etassa bhāsitassa attho. bhagavato sutvā bhikkhū dhāressantī'ti.

bhagavaṃpaṭisaraṇa →

bodhirasa

relies on the Blessed One, depends on the Buddha

AN 10.58 mūlakasuttaṃ

bhagavaṃmūlakā no, bhante, dhammā bhagavaṃnettikā bhagavaṃpaṭisaraṇā. sādhu vata, bhante, bhagavantaṃ'y'eva paṭibhātu etassa bhāsitassa attho. bhagavato sutvā bhikkhū dhāressantī'ti.

bhagavā →

bodhirasa

Sublime One, Blessed One, Fortunate One, Buddha

DN 16.36 mahāparinibbānasuttaṃ

atha kho bhagavā bhikkhū āmantesi, handa dāni, bhikkhave, āmantayāmi vo, vayadhammā saṅkhārā appamādena sampādethā'ti. ayaṃ tathāgatassa pacchimā vācā.

MN 40 cūḷāssapurasuttaṃ

idam'avoca bhagavā. attamanā te bhikkhū bhagavato bhāsitaṃ abhinandun'ti.

bodhisatta →

bodhirasa

Buddha-to-be, lit. awakening being

DN 14.10 mahāpadānasuttaṃ

atha kho bhikkhave vipassissa bodhisattassa rahogatassa paṭisallīnassa evaṃ cetaso parivitakko udapādi

JAa 1.N.2 avidūre nidānakathā

yathā pana aññe sattā mātukucchito nikkhamantā paṭikūlena asucinā makkhitā nikkhamanti, na evaṃ bodhisatto.

buddhagata →

bodhirasa

immersed in the Buddha, focused on the Buddha, lit. gone to the Buddha

DHP 296 pakiṇṇakavaggo

suppabuddhaṃ pabujjhanti, sadā gotamasāvakā, yesaṃ divā ca ratto ca, niccaṃ buddhagatā sati.

buddhappamukha →

bodhirasa

led by the Buddha, lit. Buddha foremost

VIN 4.1.13 bimbisāra samāgama kathā

et'āhaṃ bhante veḷuvanaṃ uyyānaṃ buddhappamukhassa bhikkhusaṅghassa dammī'ti

buddhaputta →

bodhirasa

son of the Buddha, child of the Buddha

APA 3 sāriputta therāpadānaṃ

tath'ev'ime catubbaṇṇā, pabbajitvā tav'antike, jahanti purimaṃ nāmaṃ, buddhaputtā'ti ñāyare.

buddhasāsana →

bodhirasa

Buddha’s teaching, Buddha’s message, Buddha’s religion

SN 6.14 aruṇavatīsuttaṃ

ārabbhatha nikkhamatha, yuñjatha buddhasāsane, dhunātha maccuno senaṃ, naḷāgāraṃ'va kuñjaro.

ANa 1.14.1 mahākassapatthera vatthu

niyyānikaṃ vata buddhasāsanan'ti pasīditvā yojanikaṃ suvaṇṇacetiyaṃ kambalakañcukena parikkhipitvā tattha tattha rathacakkappamāṇehi suvaṇṇapadumehi alaṅkari.

buddhatta →

bodhirasa

state of being a Buddha, Buddhahood

JAa 1.N.2 sumedha kathā

ayaṃ buddhattāya abhinīhāraṃ katvā nipanno, samijjhissati imassa patthanā, ito kappa-satasahass'ādhikānaṃ catunnaṃ asaṅkhyeyyānaṃ matthake gotamo nāma buddho bhavissati.

buddhānamuppāda →

bodhirasa

arising of Buddhas, coming into existence of Enlightened Beings

DHP 182 buddhavaggo

kiccho manussapaṭilābho, kicchaṃ maccāna jīvitaṃ, kicchaṃ saddhammassavanaṃ, kiccho buddhānam'uppādo.

DHP 194 buddhavaggo

sukho buddhānam'uppādo, sukhā saddhammadesanā, sukhā saṅghassa sāmaggī, samaggānaṃ tapo sukho.

dhātu →

bodhirasa

relic (of the Buddha or arahant)

VINa 1.2.3 tatiyasaṅgīti kathā

rājā sumanaṃ upasaṅkamitvā pucchi kuto dāni bhante dhātuyo lacchāmāti

dīpaṅkara →

bodhirasa

shining, illuminating, name of a Buddha, lit. making light

BV 2.170 sumedha patthanā kathā

ubbiggā tasitā bhītā, bhantā byāthitamānasā, mahājanā samāgamma, dīpaṅkaram'upāgamuṃ.

gotamasāsana →

bodhirasa

Gotama’s teaching, Buddha’s teaching

SNP 63 hemaka māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 8

ye me pubbe viyākaṃsu, huraṃ gotamasāsanā, icc'āsi iti bhavissati, sabbaṃ taṃ itihītihaṃ, sabbaṃ taṃ takkavaḍḍhanaṃ, n'āhaṃ tattha abhiramiṃ.

gotamasāvaka →

bodhirasa

Gotama’s disciple, Buddha’s adherent

DHP 296 pakiṇṇakavaggo

suppabuddhaṃ pabujjhanti, sadā gotamasāvakā, yesaṃ divā ca ratto ca, niccaṃ buddhagatā sati.

jina →

bodhirasa

conqueror, victor, epithet of Buddha

DN 32.1 āṭānāṭiyasuttaṃ

jinaṃ vandatha gotamaṃ, jinaṃ vandāma gotamaṃ vijjācaraṇasampannaṃ, buddhaṃ vandāma gotamaṃ.

BV 28 buddha pakiṇṇaka kaṇḍaṃ

aparimeyyito kappe, caturo āsuṃ vināyakā, taṇhaṅkaro medhaṅkaro, atho'pi saraṇaṅkaro, dīpaṅkaro ca sambuddho, ekakappamhi te jinā.

lokavidū →

bodhirasa

wise to the world, knower of the world (epithet of the Buddha)

VIN 0 verañjakaṇḍaṃ

iti'pi so bhagavā arahaṃ sammāsambuddho vijjācaraṇasampanno sugato lokavidū anuttaro purisadammasārathi satthā devamanussānaṃ buddho bhagavā

mahābodhi →

bodhirasa

great Bodhi tree (under which Buddha was enlightened)

VINa 1.2.3 tatiyasaṅgīti kathā

rañño imaṃ pāṭihāriyaṃ passantassa pītiyā nirantaraṃ phuṭasarīrassa añjaliṃ paggahetvā ṭhitasseva mahābodhi mūlasatena suvaṇṇakaṭāhe patiṭṭhāsi

mahāsamaṇa →

bodhirasa

great ascetic, Buddha

DN 16.39 mahāparinibbānasuttaṃ

alaṃ āvuso mā socittha mā paridevittha sumuttā mayaṃ tena mahāsamaṇena

nāga →

bodhirasa

noble person, epithet of an arahant, epithet of the Buddha

SNP 59 mettagū māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 4

te c'āpi nūnappajaheyyu dukkhaṃ, ye tvaṃ muni aṭṭhitaṃ ovadeyya, taṃ taṃ namassāmi samecca nāga, app'eva maṃ bhagavā aṭṭhitaṃ ovadeyya.

SNP 67 bhadrāvudha māṇava pucchā pārāyanavaggo 12

okañ'jahaṃ taṇhacchidaṃ anejaṃ, nandiñ'jahaṃ oghatiṇṇaṃ vimuttaṃ, kappañ'jahaṃ abhiyāce sumedhaṃ, sutvāna nāgassa apanamissanti ito.

pabhaṅkara →

bodhirasa

illuminator, light bringer, epithet of the Buddha, lit. light maker

AN 4.49 vipallāsasuttaṃ

yadā ca buddhā lokasmiṃ, uppajjanti pabhaṅ'karā, te imaṃ dhammaṃ pakāsenti, dukkh'ūpasamagāminaṃ.

pabuddha →

bodhirasa

woken up, awakened

SN 6.4 bakabrahmasuttaṃ

yaṃ tvaṃ apāyesi bahū manusse, pipāsite ghammani samparete, taṃ te purāṇaṃ vatasīlavattaṃ, sutta-ppabuddho'va anussarāmi.

paccekabuddha →

bodhirasa

Solitary Buddha

DHPa 1.6.4 mahākappinatthera vatthu

tasmiṃ khaṇe jeṭṭhapesakārassa bhariyā kenaci'd'eva karaṇīyena bārāṇasiṃ gacchantī te paccekabuddhe disvā vanditvā

DHPa 2.18.10 meṇḍakaseṭṭhi vatthu

so gantvā taṃ bhattaṃ pañcahi paccekabuddha-satehi saddhiṃ saṃvibhaji. taṃ tass'ānubhāvena sabbesam'pi pahoti. te olokentā'y'eva aṭṭhaṃsu.

padumuttara →

bodhirasa

name of a Buddha, Ultimate Lotus

APA 8 upāli therāpadānaṃ

accayena ahorattaṃ, padumuttara-nāmako sabbaṃ tamaṃ vinodetvā, loke uppajji cakkhumā.

palibuddha →

bodhirasa

obstructed, hindered

NIDD2 2.1 ajita māṇava pucchā niddesa

kena loko litto saṃlitto upalitto kiliṭṭho saṃkiliṭṭho makkhito saṃsaṭṭho laggo laggito palibuddho, brūsi ācikkhasi desesi paññapesi paṭṭhapesi vivarasi vibhajasi uttānīkarosi pakāsesīti, kiss'ābhilepanaṃ brūsi.

paṭibuddha →

bodhirasa

woken up, awakened

AN 7.61 pacalāyamānasuttaṃ

paṭibuddhena ca te moggallāna khippaññ'eva paccuṭṭhātabbaṃ na seyyasukhaṃ na passasukhaṃ na middhasukhaṃ anuyutto viharissāmī'ti

SNP 44 jarāsuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 6

supinena yathā'pi saṅgataṃ, paṭibuddho puriso na passati, evam'pi piyāyitaṃ janaṃ, petaṃ kālakataṃ na passati.

samaṇa →

bodhirasa

Ascetic, epithet of the Buddha

MN 105 sunakkhattasuttaṃ

ṭhānaṃ kho pan'etaṃ, sunakkhatta, vijjati yaṃ idh'ekaccassa bhikkhuno evam'assa, taṇhā kho sallaṃ samaṇena vuttaṃ, avijjāvisadoso, chandarāgabyāpādena ruppati.

SNP 37 nālakasuttaṃ mahāvaggo 11

ucc'āvacā hi paṭipadā, samaṇena pakāsitā, na pāraṃ diguṇaṃ yanti, na'y'idaṃ ekaguṇaṃ mutaṃ.

sambuddha →

bodhirasa

Awakened One, Buddha, who is wide awake

THI 68 ekudāniya theragāthā

tato ca kāḷo pakkāmi, nadiṃ nerañjaraṃ pati, so addasāsi sambuddhaṃ, desentaṃ amataṃ padaṃ.

SN 11.3 dhajaggasuttaṃ

araññe rukkhamūle vā, suññāgāre'va bhikkhavo, anussaretha sambuddhaṃ, bhayaṃ tumhāka no siyā.

sambuddha →

bodhirasa

fully awakened, completely comprehended

DHP 181 buddhavaggo

ye jhānapasutā dhīrā, nekkhamm'ūpasame ratā, devā'pi tesaṃ pihayanti, sambuddhānaṃ satīmataṃ.

sammāsambuddha →

bodhirasa

perfectly awakened one, fully enlightened being

SN 56.48 dutiyachiggaḷayugasuttaṃ

tass'idaṃ, bhikkhave, manussattaṃ laddhaṃ, tathāgato loke uppanno arahaṃ sammāsambuddho, tathāgatappavedito ca dhammavinayo loke dibbati.

TH 172 bākula theragāthā

susukhaṃ vata nibbānaṃ, sammāsambuddha-desitaṃ, asokaṃ virajaṃ khemaṃ, yattha dukkhaṃ nirujjhatī'ti.

sammāsambuddhasāvaka →

bodhirasa

disciple of the perfectly awakened one, follower of the fully enlightened being

DHP 59 pupphavaggo

evaṃ saṅkārabhūtesu, andhabhūte puthujjane, atirocati paññāya, sammāsambuddhasāvako.

DHP 187 buddhavaggo

api dibbesu kāmesu, ratiṃ so n'ādhigacchati, taṇhakkhayarato hoti, sammāsambuddhasāvako.

sugata →

bodhirasa

epithet of the Buddha, lit. well gone

DHP 285 maggavaggo

ucchinda sineham'attano, kumudaṃ sāradikaṃ'va, santimaggam'eva brūhaya, nibbānaṃ sugatena desitaṃ.

MN 62 mahārāhulovādasuttaṃ

rūpam'eva nu kho, bhagavā, rūpam'eva nu kho, sugatā'ti? rūpam'pi, rāhula, vedanā'pi, rāhula, saññā'pi, rāhula, saṅkhārā'pi, rāhula, viññāṇam'pi, rāhulā'ti.

suppabuddhaṃ →

bodhirasa

wide awake, well awakened

DHP 296 pakiṇṇakavaggo

suppabuddhaṃ pabujjhanti, sadā gotamasāvakā, yesaṃ divā ca ratto ca, niccaṃ buddhagatā sati.

suttappabuddha →

bodhirasa

awoken from sleep

SN 6.4 bakabrahmasuttaṃ

yaṃ tvaṃ apāyesi bahū manusse, pipāsite ghammani samparete, taṃ te purāṇaṃ vatasīlavattaṃ, suttappabuddho'va anussarāmi.

tathāgatabhāsita →

bodhirasa

preached by the Realised One, spoken by the Buddha

SN 20.7 āṇisuttaṃ

ye te suttantā tathāgatabhāsitā gambhīrā gambhīr'atthā lok'uttarā suññatappaṭisaṃyuttā, tesu bhaññamānesu na sussūsissanti na sotaṃ odahissanti

tathāgatasāsana →

bodhirasa

Buddha’s teaching, the Buddha’s message

SN 48.50 āpaṇasuttaṃ

yo so, sāriputta, ariyasāvako tathāgate ekantagato abhippasanno, na so tathāgate vā tathāgatasāsane vā kaṅkheyya vā vicikiccheyya vā'ti?

tathāgatasāvaka →

bodhirasa

disciple of the Buddha

SN 46.53 aggisuttaṃ

n'āhaṃ taṃ, bhikkhave, passāmi ... yo imesaṃ pañhānaṃ veyyākaraṇena cittaṃ ārādheyya, aññatra tathāgatena vā tathāgatasāvakena vā ito vā pana sutvā.

MN 22 alagaddūpamasuttaṃ

so suṇāti tathāgatassa vā tathāgatasāvakassa vā sabbesaṃ diṭṭhiṭṭhāna-adhiṭṭhāna-pariyuṭṭhāna-abhinivesa-anusayānaṃ samugghātāya sabbasaṅkhārasamathāya sabb'ūpadhipaṭinissaggāya taṇhākkhayāya virāgāya nirodhāya nibbānāya dhammaṃ desentassa.

tathāgatavihāra →

bodhirasa

Buddha’s meditation, Buddha’s dwelling

SN 54.11 icchānaṅgalasuttaṃ

yañ'hi taṃ, bhikkhave, sammā vadamāno vadeyya, ariyavihāro iti'pi, brahmavihāro iti'pi, tathāgatavihāro iti'pi, ānāpānassatisamādhiṃ sammā vadamāno vadeyya, ariyavihāro iti'pi, brahmavihāro iti'pi, tathāgatavihāro iti'pī'ti.

vināyaka →

bodhirasa

leader, guide, teacher, epithet of the Buddha

BV 28 buddha pakiṇṇaka kaṇḍaṃ

aparimeyyito kappe, caturo āsuṃ vināyakā, taṇhaṅkaro medhaṅkaro, atho'pi saraṇaṅkaro, dīpaṅkaro ca sambuddho, ekakappamhi te jinā.

vipassī →

bodhirasa

insightful one, name of a Buddha

DN 14.17 mahāpadānasuttaṃ

ito so mārisā ekanavutikappe yaṃ vipassī bhagavā arahaṃ sammāsambuddho loke udapādi

ādiccabandhu →

bodhirasa

relative of the sun, epithet of the Buddha

TH 139 nanda theragāthā

upāyakusalen'āhaṃ, buddhena-ādiccabandhunā yoniso paṭipajjitvā, bhave cittaṃ udabbahin'ti.

SNP 52 tuvaṭakasuttaṃ aṭṭhakavaggo 14

pucchāmi taṃ ādiccabandhu, vivekaṃ santipadañ'ca mahesi, kathaṃ disvā nibbāti bhikkhu, anupādiyāno lokasmiṃ kiñci.

abhaya →

dppn

…the latter asks the Buddha’s views on purity of morals and self-mortification. The Buddha tells him of the Ariyan Way and explains its…

abhibhū →

dppn

…bore relation to those of a Buddha, and the Buddha replying that Abhibhū was a mere disciple, and proceeding to describe the immeasurable powers…

abhibhūta →

dppn

…second of these verses is elsewhere SN.i.156 attributed to Abhibhū, chief disciple of Sikhī Buddha. In the Mahāparinibbāna Sutta DN.ii.121 the…

abhirūpanandā →

dppn

AbhirūpanandāAbhirūpaNandā

The two verses preached to her by the Buddha are given in the Therīgāthā. Thig.19–20

abhiñjika →

dppn

…On one occasion when the Buddha asks Mahā Kassapa to preach to the monks, the latter reports that it is impossible to talk to them because…

accuta →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a list of Pacceka Buddhas. MN.iii.70

accutagāmabyāmaka →

dppn

One of the Pacceka Buddhas in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

acelakassapa →

dppn

…ascetic. He visited the Buddha at Ujuññā in the Kaṇṇa-katthala deer-park and asked him if it were true that he disparaged all penance…

aciravata →

dppn

…this conversation to the Buddha who thereupon preaches the Dantabhūmi Sutta. MN.iii.128ff.

The novice is throughout addressed as Aggivessana.

aciravatī →

dppn

…was a mango grove where the Buddha sometimes resided. DN.i.235–236 The Tevijjā Sutta was preached here, and the Aciravatī is used in a simile…

addhakāsī →

dppn

…higher ordination from the Buddha, she set out for Sāvatthī, but was waylaid and stopped by libertines. So she sent a man to ask the Buddha’s…

aggidatta →

dppn

A brahmin of Khemavatī, father of the Buddha Kakusandha. His wife was named Visākhā. DN.ii.7

aggikabhāradvāja →

dppn

…for sacrifice, and when the Buddha, out of compassion for him, appears before his house for alms, he says the meal is meant only for one who has…

aggivessana →

dppn

…name is used by the Buddha in addressing Saccaka Nigaṇṭhaputta, MN.i.229f. MN.i.237f. and also Dīghanakha Paribbājaka….

aggāḷave cetiye →

dppn

…SN.i.187 Here, again, the Buddha utters the praises of Hatthaka Āḷavaka, who visits him with a large following, whose fealty has been won…

ahiṃsakabhāradvāja →

dppn

…brothers. He came to the Buddha at Sāvatthī and the Buddha suggested to him the desirability of living up to his name by practising ahiṃsā….

ajakalāpaka →

dppn

A Yakkha who tried to frighten the Buddha, but who, later, became his disciple. Ud.4–5

ajapālanigrodha →

dppn

…Māra tried to persuade the Buddha to die at once. DN.ii.112 Several other conversations held here with Māra are recorded in the Saṃyutta….

ajita →

dppn

…and follower of the Buddha. Immediately after his death he was born in Tāvatiṃsā; he visited the Buddha to refute a statement made…

ajitakesakambala →

dppn

…much older in years than the Buddha, for we find Pasenadi, in the early years of his friendship with the Buddha, telling him that he was a young…

ajitamāṇava →

dppn

…the first to question the Buddha, and the questions asked by him form the Ajitamāṇavapucchā of the Parāyana Vagga of the Sutta Nipāta….

ajātasattu →

dppn

…find out what prediction the Buddha would make regarding his chances of victory. The Buddha informed the brahmin that the Vajjians practised the…

akaniṭṭhā →

dppn

…Sutta DN.ii.52f. the Buddha mentions that he visited their abode and conversed with beings who were born there as a result of the holy lives…

allakappa →

dppn

…of Allakappa heard of the Buddha’s death, they sent messengers to the Mallas asking for a portion of the relics, claiming that they too, like…

amalakīvana →

dppn

A grove in Cātumā where the Buddha preached the Kūṭadanta Sutta.

27.576667,83.0547223park

ambagāma →

dppn

…near Vesāli visited by the Buddha on his last tour D.ii.123. It was between Bhandagāma and Bhoganagara, on the road from Vesāli to Kusināra….

ambalaṭṭhikā →

dppn

…of the spots in which the Buddha rested during his last tour, and we are told that while there he discoursed to a large number of monks….

ambapālivana →

dppn

…Vin.i.231–233 But both the Buddha and the monks seem to have stayed there previously during their visits to Vesāli. DN.ii.94 SN.v.301

The Buddha…

ambapālī →

dppn

…the Ambapālivana, to the Buddha and the Order. The Buddha accepted the gift and stayed there some time before going on to Beluva….

ambasaṇḍā →

dppn

…On the occasion of the preaching, as Sakka with his retinue came to visit the Buddha, the village was bathed in radiance….

ambatittha →

dppn

…a mighty Nāga. While the Buddha was yet in Bhaddavatikā the Elder Sāgata went to the Jaṭila’s hermitage and took up his abode near the…

ambaṭṭha →

dppn

…goes himself to the Buddha and invites him for a meal. At the end of the meal the Buddha instructs him in his Doctrine and is accepted as…

anantajina →

dppn

…in uttering the Buddha’s…

andhakavinda →

dppn

…and honey-lumps for the Buddha and the monks. At the conclusion of the meal the Buddha spoke of the tenfold good qualities of milk-rice….

andhavana →

dppn

…It was here that the Buddha preached to Rāhula the discourse (Cūḷa-Rāhulovāda) which made him an arahant. SN.iv.105–107

Among…

annabhāra →

dppn

…and Sakuludāyi. The Buddha visits them and talks about the four factors of Dhamma (dhammapadāni) which are held in esteem by everyone:…

anopamā →

dppn

…to marry. She heard the Buddha preach and, meditating on his sermon, attained the Third Fruit of the Path. Later she entered the Order, and on…

anugāra →

dppn

…probably one of the company who was with Sakuludāyi when the Buddha came to visit the latter. MN.ii.1

anupiya →

dppn

…Anupiya the Buddha went to Kosambi. Vin.ii.184 Near Anupiya was the park where the paribbājaka of the Bhaggavagotta lived. The…

anuruddha →

dppn

…not learn the eighth. The Buddha, being aware of this, visited him and taught it to him. Thereupon Anuruddha developed insight and realised…

anurādha →

dppn

…Vesāli, near to where the Buddha was, certain wandering ascetics came to him and asked him whether or not a Tathāgata exists after death;…

anāthapiṇḍika →

dppn

…meal, which he served to the Buddha with his own hand, he invited the Buddha to spend the rainy season at Sāvatthī, and the Buddha accepted,…

anīgha →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha; occurs in a list of Pacceka Buddhas. MN.iii.70

aparājita →

dppn

One of the Pacceka Buddhas mentioned in the Isigili Sutta. MN.iii.70

aputtaka →

dppn

…Nikāya SN.i.91–93 the Buddha is reported as revealing the banker’s past. In a former birth he had given alms to a Pacceka Buddha,…

arati →

dppn

…approval, they came to the Buddha in various forms and in various guises, as he sat at the foot of the Ajapala banyan tree, and danced and sang…

ariṭṭha →

dppn

…as having said to the Buddha that he practised concentration in breathing and as having described how he did it. The Buddha, thereupon,…

asama →

dppn

…who once visited the Buddha at Veḷuvana, in the company of Sahali, Ninka, Ākoṭaka, Vetambarī and Mānava-Gāmiya.

They were…

asibandhakaputta →

dppn

…him a dilemma to put to the Buddha, and he agrees to go.

Is it true that the Buddha extols compassion to clansmen? Why, then, does the Buddha ask…

asita →

dppn

…be able to hear the Buddha preach, he wept and was sad. Having reassured the king regarding the babe’s future, Asita sought his…

asoka →

dppn

…Ānanda mentions to the Buddha that Asoka Thera had died, and asks where he had gone. The Buddha tells him that Asoka was an arahant and had…

asokā →

dppn

…announces her death to the Buddha at Ñātikā in the Giñjakāvasatha, and inquires where she had been born, the Buddha says that she had been…

assaji →

dppn

…views attributed to the Buddha, Saccaka went with a large concourse of Licchavis to the Buddha and questioned him. This was the occasion for…

assajipunabbasukā →

dppn

…MN.i.473ff. even the Buddha is represented as having been lightly regarded by them. When it was reported to them that the Buddha lived on…

assalāyana →

dppn

…held these same views, Assalāyana feels relieved and expresses his admiration of the Buddha’s exposition. He declares himself a follower of the…

assapura →

dppn

…the Mahā Assapura and Cūḷa Assapura Suttas were preached by the Buddha. MN.i.271ff. MN.i.281ff.

Aṅga3town

assāroha →

dppn

…man of a village)….

asura →

dppn

…story is told by the Buddha SN.v.446 of a man who once saw a whole army with its four divisions enter a lotus stalk and the man thought he…

asurindakabhāradvāja →

dppn

AsurindakabhāradvājaAsurindakaBhāradvāja

A brahmin, one of three brothers who had conversations with the Buddha and were converted. SN.i.163f.

avanti →

dppn

…Kuṭikaṇṇa visited the Buddha at Sāvatthī, he conveyed to the Buddha Mahā Kaccāna’s request that special rules might be laid down for…

avantiputta →

dppn

…the interview Avantiputta became a follower of the Buddha’s teaching.

avihā →

dppn

…Anāgāmīs are born in Avihā and there attain arahantship. The Buddha once visited Avihā. DN.ii.50–51

ayujjhā →

dppn

…visits of the Buddha to this city are recorded in the Canon; on one occasion he preached the Phena Sutta SN.iii.140ff. and on the…

añjanavana →

dppn

…it was a deer park where the Buddha used to stay. On one such occasion Kakudha came to see him, SN.i.54 and also the wanderer Kuṇḍaliya, SN.v.73…

aññātakoṇḍañña →

dppn

…to realise the Dhamma the Buddha praised him saying “aññāsi vata bho Kondañño” twice; hence he came to be known as Aññata…

aṅga →

dppn

…Assapūra. MN.i.271

In the Buddha’s time the Aṅgarājā was just a wealthy nobleman, and he is mentioned merely as having granted a pension to…

aṅgulimāla →

dppn

…was converted by the Buddha’s power and received the “ehi bhikkhu pabbajjā” Thag.868–870 while the populace were yelling at the…

aṅguttarāpa →

dppn

…Bhaddiya (in Aṅga) the Buddha went to Anguttārapa and thence to Āpaṇa. Vin.i.243–245

The country was probably rich because we find as…

aṭṭhaka →

dppn

…Atri, author of Ṛg Veda 5.5.

Aṭṭhaka1

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

aṭṭhama →

dppn

Pacceka Buddha, one of the names given in a list of such. MN.iii.70

badarikārāma →

dppn

…spent a whole night in the Buddha’s toilet at the Badarikārāma because he was unwilling to violate the rule laid down by the Buddha that no…

bahudhīti →

dppn

…disturbing his sleep. The Buddha agreed with him, and he was so pleased with the Buddha’s words that he asked to be ordained. The Buddha…

bahuputta cetiya →

dppn

…shrine in the neighbourhood of Vesāli, to the north of that city. DN.iii.9 The Buddha is said to have stayed there DN.ii.118; Ud.vi.1…

bahuputtakanigrodha →

dppn

…where the Buddha had gone to meet him. The Buddha taught him of the training to be followed and, profiting by the lesson, eight…

baka →

dppn

…decay and death; and the Buddha visited him in order to point out his error.

Baka welcomed the Buddha but, owing to the influence of Māra,…

bakkula →

dppn

…of eighty, Bakkula heard the Buddha preach and left the world. For seven days he remained unenlightened, but on the dawn of the eighth day he became…

baliharaṇa →

dppn

…e….

bandhumatī →

dppn

…and mother of Vipassī Buddha….

bandhumā →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

belaṭṭhakaccāna →

dppn

…much was left over, and the Buddha asked Kaccāna to throw it into the water. This he did, and the water crackled. The Buddha preached to Kaccāna…

belaṭṭhasīsa →

dppn

…to the robes, but when the Buddha heard of it he made a rule allowing necessary therapeutic measures. Vin.i.202 Vin.i.295f.

At one time this…

beluva →

dppn

…stayed at Beluva after the Buddha’s death. The householder Dasama of Aṭṭhakanāgara sought him there, amid their conversation is recorded in…

bhadda →

dppn

…brought him to the Buddha to be ordained. Ānanda gave him the going forth, and the same night Bhadda became an arahant. The next morning…

bhaddavatikā →

dppn

…town near Kosambī. The Buddha went there and was warned by cowherds and others not to approach Ambatiṭṭha as a fierce Nāga dwelt there….

bhaddavāggiyā →

dppn

…young men, converted by the Buddha.

They had gone picnicking with their wives in a forest glade between Bārāṇasi and Uruvelā. One of them had…

bhaddiya →

dppn

…Licchavi who visited the Buddha at the Kūṭāgārasālā and asked if it were true that the Buddha was a magician who, by a glamorous trick,…

bhaddā →

dppn

…Thig.63–66 The Buddha declared her foremost of the bhikkhunīs in recollecting past lives. AN.i.25

Bhaddā Kāpilānī’s name is…

bhaddāli →

dppn

…three months he avoided the Buddha, until, just before the Buddha was starting on a journey, Bhaddāli, acting on the advice of his fellow monks,…

bhadrāvudha →

dppn

…Snp.1008

He questioned the Buddha as to how a man could get over attachment and cross the flood. By grasping after nothing in the world, answered…

bhaggava →

dppn

…in whose dwelling the Buddha met and conversed with Pukkusāti. MN.iii.237

Bhaggava seems to have been a generic name for all potters,…

bhaggavagotta →

dppn

…Wanderer who lived in a pleasance near Anupiya.

He was a friend of Sunakkhatta. The Buddha once visited him, and their conversation is…

bhaggā →

dppn

…Vesāli and Sāvatthī.

The Buddha went there several times in the course of his wanderings AN.ii.61 AN.iv.85 Vin.ii.127 Vin.iv.115 Vin.iv.198 and…

bhallika →

dppn

…first lay disciples of the Buddha. They offered a meal shortly after the Buddha was Awakened, while still near Uruvelā. Vin.i.3f. AN.i.26

The…

bharata →

dppn

…spiritual prowess to the Buddha. Thag.175–176

Bharata2

King of the Sovīras in the time of Reṇu. His capital was in Roruva….

bharaṇḍukālāma →

dppn

…would be the same. But the Buddha contradicted him, whereupon Bharaṇḍu said they would be different; but the Buddha again contradicted him,…

bhayasīva →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.69

bhaṇḍagāma →

dppn

…and near the former.

The Buddha visited it during his last tour, and while there he talked to the monks on four conditions, which lead to…

bhaṇḍu →

dppn

…whom Kassapa reported to the Buddha at Veḷuvana for disputing with Abhiñjaka, colleague of Anuruddha. The Buddha sent for the disputants and…

bhesakalāvana →

dppn

…a Deer Park wherein the Buddhastayed, on Suṃsumāragiri. Nearby was the house in which lived Nakulapitā and Nakulamātā. AN.ii.61…

bhiyyasa →

dppn

BhiyyasaBhīya

One of the two chief disciples of Koṇāgamana Buddha. DN.ii.5

bhoganagara →

dppn

…the Vajji country, where the Buddha stayed on his last journey, in the Ānanda cetiya, and where he preached a sermon on the four “Great…

bhusāgāra →

dppn

…floor in Atumā where the Buddha stayed on his visit there. Vin.i.249

Once while he was meditating there, a thunderstorm broke out and two…

bhuñjatī →

dppn

…when Sakka went to see the Buddha at the Salaḷāgāra, he found the Buddha engaged in meditation, Bhuñjatī waiting on him and worshipping him…

bhāradvāja →

dppn

…who—incensed that his eldest brother, a member of the Bhāradvāja clan had been converted by the Buddha—visits the Buddha and insults…

bhāvitatta →

dppn

The name of two Pacceka Buddhas. MN.iii.69

bilaṅgika →

dppn

…the Order, he went to the Buddha, and, unable to speak for rage, sat on one side, sulking. The Buddha preached to him, and he was pleased and…

bimbisāra →

dppn

…that he might wait on the Buddha, that the Buddha might teach him the doctrine, that he might understand it. Vin.i.36

Bimbisāra’s chief queen…

bimbī →

dppn

An eminent laywoman, follower of the Buddha. AN.iv.347

bodhi →

dppn

…Sañjikāputta, inviting the Buddha to the palace, that he might bless it by being its first occupant. The Buddha agreed to come and, the next day,…

bodhisatta →

dppn

…with the last life of a Buddha, especially after having left home, in such contexts as “in the days before my Awakening, when I was only a…

bojjhā →

dppn

…eminent laywoman. The Aṅguttara Nikāya AN.iv.259 AN.iv.347 records a visit paid by her to the Buddha at Jetavana. The Buddha then preached to…

brahmāyu →

dppn

…uttered the praises of the Buddha. Soon after, the Buddha came to Mithilā and took up his residence in the Makhādeva mango grove. Brahmāyu,…

bulī →

dppn

Bulī

The name of a gotta. They claimed one eighth share of the Buddha’s relics and raised a thūpa over them in their city of Allakappa. DN.ii.167

bāhiya →

dppn

…was uncertain and that the Buddha or he might die.

The Buddha then taught him the proper method of regarding all sense experiences—namely, as…

bāhuna →

dppn

…is said to have asked the Buddha, while on the banks of the Gaggarā Lake in Campā, about the conditions from which the Tathāgata is released…

bālakaloṇakāra →

dppn

…started quarrelling, the Buddha left them and went to Bālakalonakārāma, where he visited Bhagu and preached to him on the virtues of…

bārānasī →

dppn

…was the spot at which all Buddhas set in motion the Wheel of the Law (Dhamma-cakka). It is the custom of Buddhas to travel by air from the…

bāvarī →

dppn

…to Sāvatthī to see the Buddha and to find out if his claims to Buddha-hood were justified. The pupils went northward, through Alaka,…

bījaka →

dppn

…thus prompting the Buddha to lay down the first Pārājika. The son was called Bījaka, and so Sudinna came to be called Bījakapitā…

cakkavatti →

dppn

…as that of the birth of a Buddha.

Of the Seven Treasures of a Cakkavatti, the Cakkaratana is the chief. After the Wheel, other Treasures make…

campā →

dppn

…DN.ii.235 In the Buddha’s time the people of Campā owed allegiance to Bimbisāra, as king of Māgadha, and Bimbisāra had given a…

candana →

dppn

…him stanzas learnt when the Buddha preached the Bhaddekaratta Sutta in Tāvatiṃsā.MN.iii.199f. The Saṃyutta Nikāya SN.i.53 records a…

candanaṅgalika →

dppn

…Pasenadi, visited the Buddha and asked him which was the highest sensual pleasure. When the Buddha had answered their question,…

candimā →

dppn

…Buddha in a verse and the Buddha asked Rāhu to set him at liberty, which request was granted. SN.i.50 The deva Candimasa who is mentioned…

cañcalikappa →

dppn

…and of Saṅgārava. The Buddha once paid a visit there and stayed in the Todeyya-ambavana. Saṅgārava went to see him, and on that occasion…

caṅkī →

dppn

…brahmin, contemporary of the Buddha, reputed for his great learning and highly esteemed in brahmin gatherings—e.g., at Icchānaṅgala Snp.p.115…

caṇḍa →

dppn

…He came to see the Buddha at Jetavana and asked him why some people earned the reputation of being wrathful and others of being kindly….

caṇḍakālī →

dppn

…threatened to denounce the Buddha and the nuns and to join some other Order, declaring that there were other Orders which were, in every way, as…

caṇḍappajjota →

dppn

…of Avanti in the time of the Buddha. His name was Pajjota, the sobriquet being added on account of his violent temper.

Once, when ill with…

cetiya →

dppn

…after a visit which the Buddha paid to him.AN.iv.228 Vin.i.300f. The Janavasabha Sutta DN.ii.200 leads us to infer that the Buddha visited…

chabbaggiyā →

dppn

…monks, contemporary with the Buddha, frequently mentioned as being guilty of various Vinaya offences. Vin.i.84f. Vin.i.104 Vin.i.106 Vin.i.111…

channa →

dppn

…discussed with him the Buddha’s teachings and then left him. Soon afterwards Channa committed suicide by cutting his throat. When this was…

ciravāsī →

dppn

…news of Ciravāsī, who was away at school….

citta →

dppn

…him, telling them of the Buddha and his teachings. SN.iv.302f. He is regarded as the ideal layman. AN.i.88 AN.ii.164…

cittasena →

dppn

…mentioned as a Yakkha chieftain who should be invoked by the Buddha’s followers when troubled by evil spirits.

codanāvatthu →

dppn

…Rājagaha, visited by the Buddha in the course of his wanderings. Here he laid down a rule, allowing monks to recite the pātimokkha under a…

cullakokanadā →

dppn

…two daughters of Pajunna, both of whom were called Kokanadā. She visited the Buddha at the Kutāgārasālā in Vesāli and questioned him. SN.i.30

cunda →

dppn

…conversation between the Buddha and Cunda. Cunda tells the Buddha that he approves of the methods of purification laid down by the brahmins of…

cāla →

dppn

…which place he left when the Licchavis caused disturbance by their visits to the Buddha. AN.v.133 In this context he is spoken…

cālikā →

dppn

…visited by the Buddha. His attendant on one of these visits was Meghiya. Close to Cālikā was the village of Jantu where Meghiya went…

cāpā →

dppn

…regretted his decision and wanted to return to the holy life under the Buddha. She gave him her blessing to do so. Thig.292–312

cāpāla cetiya →

dppn

…near Vesāli. Here the Buddha, three months before his parinibbāna, definitely decided to accede to the request of Māra that he should…

cātuma →

dppn

A Sākiyan village containing a mote-hall; near it was the Amalakīvana where the Buddha once stayed and preached the Cātuma Sutta. MN.i.456f.

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cātummahārājikā →

dppn

…the protection of the Buddha from the moment of his conception in his mother’s womb, and in the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta, they appear as…

cūḷajālī →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a list of these. MN.iii.70

cūḷapanthaka →

dppn

…entrance to the city. The Buddha heard of this and warned Cūḷapanthaka not to keep the nuns so late.

The Udāna Ud.v.10 contains a verse sung…

dabbamallaputta →

dppn

An arahant. With the Buddha’s sanction, and wishing to be of service to the Order, he took upon himself the task of appointing night’s-lodgings…

dabbila →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

dadhimukha →

dppn

A Yakkha chieftain who should be invoked by disciples of the Buddha in times of need. DN.iii.205

dakkhiṇāgiri →

dppn

…of Ekanālā.Snp.p.13 The Buddha traversed it in the course of his periodical tours through Māgadha, residing in the Dakkhiṇāgiri monastery…

daṇḍakappaka →

dppn

…it was visited by the Buddha during a tour in Kosala. There he preached the Udāna Sutta in answer to a question by Ānanda, as to how the…

daṇḍapāṇi →

dppn

…once met the Buddha in Kapilavatthu and questioned him on his teachings. The Buddha explained them to him, but he was not satisfied,…

devadaha →

dppn

…of the Sākiyans. The Buddha stayed there during his tours and preached to the monks on various topics S.iii.5f; S.iv.124f;…

devadatta →

dppn

…then decided to kill the Buddha himself. One day, when the Buddha was walking on the slopes of Gijjhakūṭa, he hurled down on him a great…

devahita →

dppn

…he sent on a pingo by a serving man. Hot fomentations and the administering of molasses cured the Buddha’s complaint. Devahita came later to…

dhammadinnā →

dppn

…Cūḷavedalla Sutta. MN.i.299ff. Visākha reported this interview to the Buddha, who praised her great wisdom and commended her eloquence.

dhammika →

dppn

…He therefore sought the Buddha and complained to him. The Buddha is said to have related to him stories of several past teachers, showing the…

dhanavatī →

dppn

A brahmin lady, mother of Kassapa Buddha. Her husband was Brahmadatta. DN.ii.7

dhaniya →

dppn

…sound when tapped. The Buddha, seeing this, chided Dhaniya and ordered the hut to be pulled down. Dhaniya then built a hut of wood which he…

dhotaka →

dppn

…among those who visited the Buddha at Bāvarī’s request. Snp.p.194 The questions he asked of the Buddha on this occasion, and the answers given,…

doṇa →

dppn

…a-tree. Doṇa asked him various questions as to his identity and the Buddha explained to him his Buddha-hood. AN.ii.37f.

dukkhamūla →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

dummukha →

dppn

…Saccaka with the Buddha, and seeing Saccaka discomfited in the debate, Dummukha compared him to a crab pulled out of a pond and…

dāmali →

dppn

A devaputta who visits the Buddha at Jetavana and tells him that an arahant has to work hard for nothing. The Buddha points out to him that there…

dīghajāṇu →

dppn

…this world and the next. The Buddha explained to him the four conditions of temporal welfare and the four conditions of spiritual welfare. In this…

dīghakārāyana →

dppn

…and, hearing that the Buddha was at Medatalumpa, went to see him, but Dīgha stayed outside while the Buddha talked to Pasenadi. MN.ii.118f.

dīghalaṭṭhi →

dppn

A devaputta who once visited the Buddha at the Kalandakanivāpa in Veḷuvana and spoke a verse. SN.i.52

dīghanakha →

dppn

A wanderer. He visited the Buddha at Sūkarakhatalena and the Buddha preached to him the Dīghanakha Sutta, at the end of which he became a…

dīghatapassī →

dppn

…He once visited the Buddha at Nāḷandā, and there followed a discussion on actions and their efficiency. Dīghatapassī reported this…

dūsī →

dppn

…in the time of Kakusandha Buddha. He was, in that birth, son of Kāḷī, sister of Moggallāna. He first incited the brahmin householders to…

ekanāḷā →

dppn

…year of his ministry, the Buddha visited the village and preached to Kāsī-Bhāradvāja the sutta which bears his name and which converted him…

ekapuṇḍarīka →

dppn

…Mahāvana of Vesāli. The Buddha went there to see Vacchagotta, and it was on this occasion that the Tevijja-Vacchagotta Sutta was preached….

ekasālā →

dppn

…in the Kosala kingdom. The Buddha once stayed there, and when a large congregation of the laity were listening to him, Māra, thinking to darken…

erāvaṇa →

dppn

…the devas who visited the Buddha to pay him homage. He is also mentioned among the Nāgas present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta….

esukārī →

dppn

…view of their functions. The Buddha replies that birth’s invidious bar has been laid down by the brahmins, without consulting anybody else; all…

gagga →

dppn

…colleagues blamed him, the Buddha interceded on his behalf and suggested that he be given absolution for his offences, in view of his insanity….

gajaṅgala →

dppn

…heard a sermon from the Buddha and went to the nun Kajaṅgalā to have it explained in detail. AN.v.54f. On another occasion the Buddha…

gandhabbā →

dppn

…meditations in solitude. The Buddha says that beings are born among the Gandhabakāyikā devā because they wish to be so; they are described as…

gandhāra →

dppn

…Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.69

Gandhāra2

One of the sixteen Great Nations.AN.i.213…

gavesī →

dppn

…too, became arahants.

The Buddha related this story to Ānanda during a tour in Kosala. They came to a sāla-grove and there the Buddha smiled;…

gayā →

dppn

…met Upaka. Vin.i.8

The Buddha stayed at Gayā on several occasions: once at Gayāsīsa, Vin.i.34 SN.iv.19 AN.iv.302 and also near the…

gayāsīsa →

dppn

A hill near Gayā. Here the Buddha came from Uruvelā after converting the Tebhātika-Jaṭilā (the three Kassapa ascetics), and here he lived with…

gaṇaka-moggallāna →

dppn

…at the Pubbārāma, and the Buddha preached to him the Gaṇaka-Moggallāna Sutta, after which, it is said, he became the Buddha’s follower….

ghaṭīkāra →

dppn

…Ghaṭīkāra visited the Buddha some time after the Enlightenment and the Buddha reminded him of their former friendship. Ghaṭīkāra, on that…

gijjhakūṭa →

dppn

…of Gijjhakūṭa, where the Buddha was wandering about, that Devadatta hurled at him a mighty stone to kill him, but only a splinter injured his…

giñjakāvasatha →

dppn

…presented her park to the Buddha and the Order. Vin.i.232

In the Giñjakāvasatha the Buddha preached the Cūḷagosiṅga Sutta, MN.i.205 the…

godhika →

dppn

…to the Buddha, but when the Buddha arrived it was too late and Godhika lay “supine on his couch with his shoulders twisted around.” The Buddha,…

gomagga →

dppn

…near Āḷavī. The Buddha once stayed there during the cold season and was visited by Hatthaka Āḷavaka. AN.i.136

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gonaddha →

dppn

…hermitage to see the Buddha at Rājagaha.

Between Gonaddha and their starting place lay Patitthāna, Māhissati and Ujjeni, and the next…

gopāla →

dppn

One of the Yakkha chieftains, to be invoked by the Buddha’s followers in time of need. DN.iii.205

gosiṅgasālavanadāya →

dppn

…another occasion, when the Buddha was staying there with many eminent monks, among whom were Sāriputta, Moggallāna and others, their…

gotama →

dppn

Gotama1BuddhaSiddhatthaSakyamunīTathāgataAṅgīrasa

He was a Sākiyan, son of Suddhodana and of Mahā Māyā, Suddhodana’s chief…

gotamadvāra →

dppn

The gate by which the Buddha left Pāṭaligāma, after having eaten there at the invitation of Sunidha and Vassakāra. Vin.i.230 Ud.viii.6…

gotamakacetiya →

dppn

…DN.ii.102 DN.ii.118 and the Buddha stayed there several times. During one such stay, he laid down the rule which allowed monks the use of three…

gotamatittha →

dppn

The ford by which the Buddha crossed the Ganges, after leaving Pāṭaligāma. Vin.i.230 Ud.viii.6 DN.ii.89

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goyogapilakkha →

dppn

A spot near Benares, visited by the Buddha on his begging rounds. AN.i.280

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gutijjita →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, whose name occurs in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

guḷa →

dppn

A Yakkha chief who should be invoked when unbelieving Yakkhas molest any follower of the Buddha. DN.iii.204

haliddavasana →

dppn

…of the Koliyans. The Buddha, when staying there, preached the Kukkuravatika Sutta to Puṇṇa-koliyaputta and Seniya Kukkuravatika….

hatthaka →

dppn

…conversations between the Buddha and Hatthaka. He once saw the Buddha at Gomagga in Siṃsapāvana, near Alavi, and asked him if he were one of…

hatthigāmaka →

dppn

…of the Vajjians.

The Buddha stayed there and was visited by Ugga. AN.iv.212 SN.iv.109

On his last journey he again rested in the village….

hatthāroha →

dppn

…of Rājagaha who visited the Buddha and asked him what destiny awaited him after death. The Buddha reluctantly replied that he would be born in the…

hemaka →

dppn

One of Bāvarī’s disciples. He went to the Buddha, asked questions, and became an arahant Snp.1006 Snp.1084–1087

hemavata →

dppn

…invoked by followers of the Buddha in time of need. DN.iii.204

He was present at the preaching of the Mahāsamaya Sutta. DN.ii.256

He was the…

hiraññavatī →

dppn

A river, on the bank of which was the Upavattana Sālavana of the Mallas of Kusināra, where the Buddha died. DN.ii.137

Hirakinari1river

hiri →

dppn

A Yakkha chieftain to be invoked in time of need by followers of the Buddha. DN.iii.205

hiṅga →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

hiṅgū →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

huhuṅka →

dppn

…of a brahmin who visited the Buddha at the Ajapālanigrodha seven days after his Enlightenment and asked him questions regarding the true brahmin….

icchānaṅgalaka →

dppn

…Once he visited the Buddha at Jetavana after a long interval, and on being asked why he had been absent so long, he replied that he had…

iccānaṅgala →

dppn

…to a conclusion, sought the Buddha, then staying in the village. Their interview with the Buddha is recorded in the Vāseṭṭha Sutta…

inda →

dppn

…be made by disciples of the Buddha when needing protection. DN.iii.204

In the Mahāsamaya Sutta, DN.ii.257f. also, Inda is mentioned as the name…

indakūṭa →

dppn

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

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indapatta →

dppn

…found at the end of the Buddhavamsa Bu.xxviii.11, the Buddhas razor and needle were enshrined at Indapatta.

The modern Delhi stands on the…

indasālaguhā →

dppn

…of Rājagaha. Once, when the Buddha was staying there, Sakka visited him and asked him the questions recorded in the Sakkapañha Sutta….

isidatta →

dppn

…Pasenadi tells the Buddha how impressed he is by the reverence Isidatta and Purāṇa show for the Buddha and his teachings. “They are…

isigili →

dppn

…Nāṭaputta. The Buddha questioned them as to their practises and preached to them the above-mentioned Sutta, which he afterwards…

isipatana →

dppn

…is mentioned by the Buddha as one of the four places of pilgrimage which his devout followers should visit. DN.ii.141

Here it was that one…

itivuttaka →

dppn

One of the nine divisions (aṅga) into which the Buddha’s preaching was classified in the early texts.

jambudīpa →

dppn

…the time of Metteyya Buddha’s appearance on earth Jambudīpa will be pervaded by mankind even as a jungle is by reeds and rushes. There…

jambugāma →

dppn

A village which the Buddha visited during his last tour. It lay between Ambagāma and Bhoganagara. DN.ii.194

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jambuka →

dppn

…severe austerities for 55 year before going for refuge in the Buddha and attaining Awakening. Thag.283–286

janesabha →

dppn

…Sutta DN.iii.204 he is mentioned as a Yakkha chieftain to be invoked by the Buddha’s followers in time of need.

He is probably identical…

jantugāma →

dppn

…was the river Kimikālā with the mango-grove on its banks. Meghiya, while staying with the Buddha at Cālikā, once went to Jantugāma for alms….

jatilagāhī →

dppn

…him for what purpose the Buddha requested that samādhi should be practised and Ānanda answered that it was for the purpose of obtaining…

jatukaṇṇī →

dppn

JatukaṇṇīJatukannika

One of Bāvarī’s disciples. His question and the Buddha’s answer are found in the Jatukaṇṇi Sutta Snp.1007 Snp.1096–1100

jayanta →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

jayasena →

dppn

…this was reported to the Buddha he said that Jayasena, being given up to luxury, could not be expected to appreciate renunciation. MN.iii.128

A…

jaṭābhāradvāja →

dppn

…The Buddha gives the same answer….

jenta →

dppn

…speak of his former pride and arrogance and how these have been left behind due to following the Buddha. Thag.423–428 Perhaps he is to be…

jeta →

dppn

…Vin.ii.158f.

Jeta2

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

jetavana →

dppn

…a suitable place for the Buddha’s residence, discovered this park belonging to Jeta. Anāthapiṇḍika built in the grounds dwelling rooms,…

jita →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

jotika →

dppn

A householder of Rājagaha and father of Dīghāvu. When Dīghāvu fell ill he sent Jotika to tell the Buddha. SN.v.344f.

jotipāla →

dppn

…to accompany him to the Buddha, but Jotipāla refused to go, saying that a “shaveling recluse” could be of no use to him. But Ghaṭīkāra…

jāli →

dppn

JāliJāḷi

The name of two Pacceka Buddhas, occurring in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

jālina →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

jāliya →

dppn

…Ghositārāma. DN.i.159 The Buddha preached to them the Jāliya Sutta. According to the Pātika Sutta, when Jāliya heard that Pātika could not…

jātiyāvana →

dppn

A grove near Bhaddiya. The Buddha, when once staying there, laid down a rule about the use of slippers by monks. Vin.i.189f. There the banker…

jāṇussoṇi →

dppn

…Pilotika he reported to the Buddha, who expanded it to form the Cūḷahatthipadopama Sutta. The Buddha also preached to Jāṇussoṇi the…

jīvaka →

dppn

…he had omitted to ask the Buddha to bathe in warm water to complete the cure. The Buddha read his thoughts and bathed as required….

jīvakambavana →

dppn

…in the grove, and there the Buddha stayed several times. On one such occasion Ajātasattu visited the Buddha and the Sāmaññaphala Sutta was…

kaccāna →

dppn

…as visiting the Buddha at Sāvatthī and questioning him on right view. The Buddha’s discourse on this occasion is referred to by…

kajangala →

dppn

…heard a sermon from the Buddha and went to the nun Kajaṅgalā to have it explained in detail. AN.v.54f. On another occasion the Buddha stayed…

kajaṅgalā →

dppn

…explain in detail what the Buddha had taught them in brief. This she did, and when the matter was reported to the Buddha, he praised her very…

kakkarapatta →

dppn

…came to see him….

kakkaṭa →

dppn

…as staying with the Buddha at the Kūṭāgārasālā in Vesāli. When the Licchavis started coming there to pay their respects to the…

kakudha →

dppn

…who passed it on to the Buddha. The Buddha asked Moggallāna to keep the matter secret. Moggallāna informed the Buddha that he knew from…

kakudhā →

dppn

…was a mango-grove where the Buddha rested awhile on a robe spread for him by Cundaka; there he reassured Cunda, telling him that no blame attached…

kakusandha →

dppn

…great deal of trouble to the Buddha and his followers, trying greatly the Buddha’s patience.MN.i.333ff. Thag.1187 The Saṃyutta Nikāya…

kallavāḷaputta →

dppn

…day, while meditating there, he became an arahant, being admonished by the Buddha, who warned him against sloth. AN.iv.85

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kamboja →

dppn

…there were, in the Buddha’s time, only two classes of people, masters and slaves, and that a master could become a slave or vice versa….

kammāsadhamma →

dppn

…township of the Kurūs. The Buddha, during the course of his wanderings, stayed there several times; the exact place of his residence is, however,…

kandaraka →

dppn

…his admiration of the Buddha’s training. The Buddha explained that all Buddhas school their disciples in the four satipaṭṭhānas. Pessa…

kannakujja →

dppn

…list of places passed by the Buddha on his way from Verañjā to Bārānasī, across the Ganges, the route passing through Verañjā, Soreyya,…

kapilavatthu →

dppn

…the Brahmā Sahampati to the Buddha in the Mahāvana at Kapilavatthu. The Buddha, worried by the noisy behavior of some monks who had recently been…

kappa →

dppn

…questions he asked of the Buddha are recorded in the Kappamāṇavapucchā. Snp.1007 Snp.1092–1095

Kappa2

A monk whose…

kappāsika vanasaṇḍa →

dppn

…group of men came across the Buddha while seeking for a woman who had run away with certain of their belongings. The Buddha preached to them and…

karatiya →

dppn

…of the chief Yakkhas who should be invoked by followers of the Buddha when they need protection. DN.iii.204

karerimaṇḍalamāḷa →

dppn

…Ud.p.30f. for discussing which the monks drew on themselves the Buddha’s stern rebuke.

Jetavana3building

kassapa →

dppn

…the time of Kassapa Buddha, the Bodhisatta was a brahmin youth named Jotipāla who, afterwards, coming under the influence of…

kassapagotta →

dppn

…and, having sought the Buddha at Rājagaha, begged forgiveness for his thoughtlessness. The Buddha praised him for having seen his…

kassapakārāma →

dppn

…Veḷuvana. It was here that Assaji stayed during his last illness, when the Buddha visited him to comfort him….

kasībhāradvāja →

dppn

…filled with milk-rice. The Buddha refuses the gift on the plea that Buddhas never accept wages for their sermons. At the Buddha’s own suggestion…

katamorakatissa →

dppn

…told that several of the Buddha’s eminent disciples, such as Sāriputta, Moggallāna, Mahā Kaccāna, had also been invited, as they happened…

katissabha →

dppn

…lay disciple of the Buddha at Nādikā, one of those, who, after their death, were declared by the Buddha, in answer to a question by…

kaḷimbha →

dppn

…peace of the Mahāvana was being disturbed by the Licchavis who came to see the Buddha, he, with the other monks, went to Gosiṅgasālavana….

kaṇha →

dppn

…he gained the princess. DN.i.96f.

Kaṇha2

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in the Isigili Sutta. MN.iii.71

kaṇḍakīvana →

dppn

…Sutta. SN.v.298f. The Buddha also stayed in this grove, and a sermon preached by him to the monks is recorded in the Tikantakī Sutta….

kaṇṇakatthala →

dppn

…in Ujuññā. There the Buddha sometimes stayed; he was once visited there by Acela Kassapa, to whom he preached the Kassapasīhanāda Sutta,…

kaṇṇakujja →

dppn

…list of places passed by the Buddha on his way from Verañja to Bārāṇasī, across the Ganges, the route passing through Verañja, Soreyya,…

kaṭissaha →

dppn

…who were staying with the Buddha at the Kūṭāgārasālā in Vesāli. When the Licchavis began to visit the Buddha in large numbers, they left…

kesamutta →

dppn

KesamuttaKesaputta

A township of the Kosalans and the residence of the Kālāmas. The Buddha once stayed there, on which occasion he preached the Kesaputtiya Sutta. AN.i.188

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ketumbarāga →

dppn

The name of a Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

ketumā →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a list of their names. MN.iii.70

kevaṭṭa →

dppn

…Nāḷandā. Once when the Buddha was staying in the Pāvārika-ambavana at Nāḷandā, Kevaṭṭa visited him. The interview is recorded in…

keṇiya →

dppn

…Keṇiya for the meal to the Buddha and the Saṅgha that the brahmin Sela, friend and counsellor of Keṇiya, came to discover the Buddha’s…

khara →

dppn

…Sūciloma. He was passing through Gayā with Sūciloma when the latter questioned the Buddha on his doctrine, as recorded in the Sūciloma Sutta….

khaṇḍa →

dppn

The chief disciple of Vipassī Buddha. DN.ii.11 DN.ii.40

khaṇḍadeva →

dppn

…had been a disciple of the Buddha and was born in the Aviha Brahma-world, where he attained to arahantship at the moment of his birth. He is…

khema →

dppn

…Buddha. He gave alms to the Buddha and the monks and entertained the Order. DN.ii.7

Khema2

A devaputta who visited the Buddha at…

khemaṅkara →

dppn

…constant attendant of Sikhī Buddha. DN.ii.6

Khemaṅkara2KhemaKhemākara

The king of Khema or Khemavatī, where the Buddha Kakusandha…

khemā →

dppn

…her as to whether or not the Buddha existed after death. She explained the matter to him in various ways, and Pasenadi, delighted with her…

khemābhirata →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

khomadussa →

dppn

…in the Sākyan country. The Buddha once stayed there and preached to an assembly of brahmin householders. It is said that the brahmins were at…

khujjuttarā →

dppn

The Buddha declared her foremost among lay women by reason of her extensive knowledge. A.i.26

Khujjuttarā is several times mentioned as the paragon…

khāṇumata →

dppn

…by Bimbisāra. The Buddha once stayed there at the Ambalaṭṭhikā pleasance, and there he preached the Kūṭadanta Sutta….

kikī →

dppn

…his sermon, entertained the Buddha and his monks at the palace. When the Buddha was asked to spend the rainy season there he refused, as he had…

kimbila →

dppn

…between Kimbila and the Buddha, when Kimbila asks how the Dhamma could be made to endure long after the Buddha’s death and what were the…

kimilā →

dppn

KimilāKimbilā

A town on the banks of the Ganges. It was in a bamboo grove where the Buddha stayed and where the Kimbila and Kimbilā Suttas were preached. AN.iii.247 SN.iv.181f. SN.v.322

Ayojjhā3park

kinnughaṇḍu →

dppn

…the great Yakkhas, mentioned in the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta, to be invoked when disciples of the Buddha are worried by evil spirits. DN.iii.204 He…

kirapatika →

dppn

…of the Buddha. Once when the Buddha was staying in Vesalī, a poor man, wishing to give alms to him and to the monks, asked Kirapatika for money to…

kisasaṅkicca →

dppn

…contemporary with the Buddha and evidently a well-known head of a school; mentioned in company with Nanda Vaccha and Makkhali Gosāla….

kokanada →

dppn

…to which he invited the Buddha and the monks to a meal when the Buddha was staying at Bhesakalāvana; the palace was just completed. Vin.ii.127…

kokanadā →

dppn

…both called Kokanadā, though the younger was sometimes called Cūḷa-Kokanadā. They visited the Buddha at the Kūṭāgārasālā and spoke…

kokālika →

dppn

…of Devadatta. Knowing the Buddha’s might, he was, at first, reluctant to join in Devadatta’s plot against him, but later allowed himself to…

korabya →

dppn

…Thag.776.ff. in the Buddha’s day, too, the ruler of Kuru was called Koravyarājā, and he owned a park which seems to have been called…

korakkhatta →

dppn

…greatly admired him, but the Buddha prophesied that Korakkhatta would, in seven days, die of epilepsy and be born among the Kālakañjakas. The…

koratiya →

dppn

One of the greater Yakkhas who should be invoked by a follower of the Buddha when assailed by evil spirits. DN.iii.204

kosala →

dppn

…as saying, that both the Buddha and he were Kosalans.

At the time of the Buddha Sāvatthī was the capital of Kosala. Next in importance was…

kosambī →

dppn

…at the time of the Buddha for we find Ānanda mentioning it as one of the places suitable for the Buddha’s Parinibbāna.DN.ii.146…

kosiya →

dppn

…in speaking of Sakka by the Buddha, DN.ii.270 Mahā Moggallāna, MN.i.252 and by Mahā Kassapa. Ud.iii.7

Kosiya2

A monk whose…

koḷiyā →

dppn

…MN.i.387 SN.v.115

After the Buddha’s death the Koliyans of Rāmagāma claimed and obtained one-eighth of the Buddha’s relics, over which they…

koṇāgamana →

dppn

…second Buddha to be born in the Bhaddakappa. He was a brahman of the Kassapa clan who lived for 30,000 years. His…

koṇḍañña →

dppn

…the brahman Aññāta-Koṇḍañña belonging to it, as well as the three Buddhas Vipassī, Sikhī and Vessabhū, all khattiyas. DN.ii.3ff.

koṭigāma →

dppn

…the monks. Hearing that the Buddha was there, Ambapāli and hosts of Licchavis came from Vesāli to visit him, and Ambapāli gave him a meal. From…

kukkuṭārāma →

dppn

…for some time, of the Buddha himself. The Mahāvagga Vin.i.300 mentions the names of several theras who lived there: Nilavāsi, Sānavāsi,…

kumārakassapa →

dppn

…questions which only the Buddha could answer. This led to the preaching of the Vammika Sutta. MN.i.143ff.

Two verses of deep significance…

kuru →

dppn

…of the Kurūs, where the Buddha resided from time to time. Another town of the Kurūs, which we find mentioned, is Thullakoṭṭhika, the…

kusinārā →

dppn

…first, disappointed that the Buddha should have chosen it for his Parinibbāna. But the Buddha pointed out to him that in ancient times it had been…

kuvera →

dppn

…splendid retinue. DN.ii.257 He is a follower of the Buddha. Snp.379

kuṇḍadhāna →

dppn

…was among those to whom the Buddha preached the Naḷakapāna Sutta, and was therefore probably a friend of Anuruddha and the other Sākyan nobles…

kuṇḍadhānavana →

dppn

…was while the Buddha was dwelling in this monastery that Suppavāsā gave birth to Sīvali, after prolonged labour pains, which only…

kuṇḍaliya →

dppn

…in Sāketa. He asks the Buddha what profit comes from the Buddha’s way of living.

The conversation leads to a discussion of the bojjhangas,…

kāla →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a list of Pacceka Buddhas. MN.iii.70

kālakañjakā →

dppn

…of the Asura groups, and the Buddha warns Sunakkhatta that Korakkhattiya will, after his death from epilepsy, be born among them; and it did so…

kālakhemaka →

dppn

…during robe-making time, many monks lived there. On this occasion the Buddha preached the Mahā-Suññatā Sutta. MN.iii.109

kāliṅga →

dppn

…at the Giñjakāvasatha, the Buddha tells Ānanda that Kālinga was reborn after death in the Suddhavāsā, and that there he would attain to…

kālāma →

dppn

…The sermon preached by the Buddha on his visit to Kesaputta is justly famous. AN.i.188ff. Among members of this family specially mentioned by…

kāmada →

dppn

A devaputta who visited the Buddha and told him that the path of the Ariyan disciples was hard to follow and their goal hard to win. The Buddha…

kāmaseṭṭha →

dppn

…if any follower of the Buddha be molested by an evil spirit. DN.iii.204

In the Mahāsamaya Sutta DN.ii.258 he is mentioned among the vassals…

kāpathika →

dppn

…himself a disciple of the Buddha. MN.ii.168ff. In the Sutta the Buddha addresses Kāpathika as Bhāradvāja, perhaps because he belonged to…

kāsi →

dppn

…the time of the Buddha, it had been absorbed into the kingdom of Kosala, and Pasenadi was king of both countries.DN.i.288 MN.ii.111 The…

kātiyānī →

dppn

Kātiyānī

A lay devotee, declared by the Buddha to be most eminent among women for unwavering loyalty. AN.i.26

kāḷasilā →

dppn

…Vin.ii.76 Vin.iii.159

The Buddha is mentioned SN.i.194 as having stayed at Kāḷasilā with a great company of monks. On one such occasion the…

kāḷudāyī →

dppn

…that it was time for the Buddha to visit his kinsmen, and gave him their invitation, singing the season’s beauties in a series of verses. He…

kīṭāgiri →

dppn

…On hearing of it, the Buddha sent Sāriputta and Moggallāna to proclaim on them an act of banishment. Vin.ii.9f. Vin.iii.179f. Some time…

kūṭadanta →

dppn

…successful, he consulted the Buddha on the holding of sacrifices. The Buddha preached to him the Kūṭadanta Sutta. At the end of the discourse he…

kūṭāgārasālā →

dppn

…in turn, presented to the Buddha. AN.iii.239f. On one occasion, when the Buddha was preaching to the monks regarding the six spheres of sense…

lakkhaṇa →

dppn

…question was repeated in the Buddha’s presence, Moggallāna said that he had smiled on seeing various Petas with gruesome forms flying through the…

lakuṇṭaka →

dppn

…had the desired effect.

The Buddha ranked him as foremost among sweet voiced monks. AN.i.25 It is said that, because he was ugly and hunch backed,…

laṭṭhivana →

dppn

…his acceptance of the Buddha as his teacher. It was during this visit that Bimbisāra gifted Veḷuvana to the Buddha and his Order….

licchavī →

dppn

…were followers of the Buddha. When Saccaka the Nigaṇṭha visited the Buddha at Mahāvana, he was accompanied by five hundred Licchavis,…

lohicca →

dppn

…Bhesikā, to invite the Buddha and the monks in his name. The Buddha accepted the invitation, and, at the end of the meal, questioned Lohicca…

lomahaṃsa →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

lomasakaṅgiya →

dppn

…the former packed his bedding and went to Sāvatthī, where the Buddha, at his request, taught him the Sutta.

lumbineyya →

dppn

…It was there that the Buddha was born. In the Sutta Nipāta Snp.683 it is stated that the Buddha was born in a village of the Sākyans, in…

maddakucchi →

dppn

…splinter from it fell on the Buddha’s foot, wounding it severely. As the Buddha suffered much from loss of blood, the monks took him on a litter…

madhurā →

dppn

…Madhurā was visited by the Buddha, AN.ii.57 AN.iii.256 but there is no record of his having stayed there. In fact, the Madhura Sutta states that…

magadhakhetta →

dppn

…of the field struck the Buddha’s imagination and he asked Ānanda to design a robe of the same pattern. Ānanda did this very successfully,…

maghadevaambavana →

dppn

…lived in meditation after retiring from household life.

This grove existed even in the time of the Buddha, and during his stay there with Ānanda…

mahesā →

dppn

…city in the Buddha’s day, mentioned as lying on the route from Bāvari’s hermitage to Sāvatthī. Snp.1011

According to the…

mahājanapadā →

dppn

…existed in the time of the Buddha. AN.i.213 AN.iv.252 AN.iv.256 AN.iv.260 They are Kāsī, Kosala, Aṅga, Māgadha, Vajji, Mallā, Cetiya,…

mahājāli →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a list of names. MN.iii.70

mahākaccāyana →

dppn

…of the brief saying of the Buddha. AN.i.23 Several suttas illustrate this quality, including the Madhupiṇḍika, the Kaccāyana and the…

mahākappina →

dppn

…is described by the Buddha as pale, thin, and having a prominent nose. It was owing to his psychic powers that he was able to follow the…

mahākassapa →

dppn

…from heaven in honour of the Buddha, and it was he who told Kassapa the news. It was then the seventh day after the Buddha’s death, and the Mallas…

mahākoṭṭhita →

dppn

…matters not revealed by the Buddha. SN.iv.384–391

All these suttas took the form of discussions with Sāriputta, in which Mahā Koṭṭhita is…

mahāli →

dppn

…as having visited the Buddha at the Kūṭāgārasālā to ask if he had seen Sakka SN.i.230 and also to beg information as to the teachings…

mahāmoggallāna →

dppn

…him the teachings of the Buddha. The Buddha placed great faith in his two chief disciples and looked to them to keep the Order pure. There is…

mahānāma →

dppn

…supply of good food to the Buddha and his monks, but the Buddha refused his permission.

Mahānāma was a devoted follower of the Buddha and…

mahāpajāpatī →

dppn

…Pajāpatī came to the Buddha and worshipped him. The Buddha preached to her and gave her a subject for meditation. With this topic she…

mahāpurisa →

dppn

…either a Cakkavatti or a Buddha. He carries on his person the following thirty two marks. DN.ii.17f. DN.iii.142ff. MN.ii.136f. .

  1. he…

mahāvana →

dppn

…of Uruvelakappa, where the Buddha retired for his noonday rest after his meal at Uruvelakappa. It was in that grove that Ānanda took Tapussa to…

makkhali →

dppn

…as the Ājīvakas.

The Buddha considered Makkhali as the most dangerous of the heretical teachers— “I know not of any other single person…

makuṭabandhana →

dppn

A shrine of the Mallas to the east of Kusināra, where the Buddha’s body was cremated. DN.ii.160–161

26.73395, 83.930743shrine

mallikā →

dppn

…asking a question of the Buddha. She wished to know why some women are plain, others beautiful, some rich, and others poor. And the Buddha…

mallā →

dppn

…of being the scene of the Buddha’s Parinibbāna. But the Buddha informs Ānanda that it was once Kusāvatī, the mighty capital of Kusa and…

manasākaṭa →

dppn

…banks of the Aciravatī. The Buddha stayed in the mango grove to the north of the village, and, during one such stay, preached the Tevijja Sutta….

manomaya →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

manāpakāyikā →

dppn

…of their visit, and the Buddha explained to him the eight qualities, the possession of which enabled women to be born among the…

maṅgala →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

maṇimālika →

dppn

MaṇimālikaMaṇimālaka

A shrine where the Buddha stayed and where he was visited by the Yakkha Maṇibhadda. SN.i.208

4shrine

medakathalikā →

dppn

…be the better way.

The Buddha related this story at Desakā, in the Sumbha country, to the monks, and said that, in the same way, each monk…

medāḷupa →

dppn

…Kārāyana, heard that the Buddha was there and visited him. On this occasion was preached the Dhammacetiya Sutta. This was the last time that…

meghiya →

dppn

…thoughts and returned to the Buddha. The Buddha preached to him on the five things which make the heart ripe for emancipation good friends, virtuous…

melajina →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of his great faith in the Buddha. Thag.131–132

methula →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha whose name appears in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

mettagū →

dppn

…Buddha. His question to the Buddha was as to how various ills originated in the world, and the Buddha’s answer, that it was through attachment….

mettaji →

dppn

MettajiMattaji

A monk whose Theragāthā verse extols the Buddha. Thag.94

mettiyabhummajakā →

dppn

…named Mettiyā to go to the Buddha and accuse Dabba of having violated her chastity. The charge was investigated and proved false and the nun…

meṇḍaka →

dppn

…servants and followed the Buddha with abundant provisions of all sorts, entertaining the Buddha and his monks with luxurious food and fresh milk….

migajāla →

dppn

…which he had with the Buddha; the second was a teaching in brief which he learned before going to the forest to live in solitude prior to his…

migalandika →

dppn

…undesirable monk. When the Buddha had once been preaching to the monks in Mahāvana in Vesāli regarding the defilement and filth of the body, and…

migasālā →

dppn

A woman follower of the Buddha. She was the daughter of Pūraṇa, chamberlain of Pasenadi, and niece of Isidatta. AN.iii.347 AN.v.137

migāra →

dppn

…him during a visit to the Buddha and remarks on his immense wealth. But the Buddha reminds him that Migāra’s treasure is not real treasure in…

migāramātupāsāda →

dppn

…Migāramātupāsāda at the Buddha’s suggestion. Vin.iv.161f. Moggallāna was left to supervise the work with five hundred other monks….

mithilā →

dppn

…of his descendants.

The Buddha is mentioned as having stayed in Mithilā and having preached there the Makhādeva Sutta MN.ii.74 and the…

mogharāja →

dppn

…Buddha. Snp.1116–1119 The Buddha declared him foremost among wearers of rough clothing. AN.i.25 In his Theragāthā verses the Buddha asks how he…

moranivāpa →

dppn

…of the Sumāgadhā and the Buddha is mentioned DN.iii.39 as walking there. Not far away was the park of the Queen Udumbarika. DN.iii.36

near…

moriyā →

dppn

…claiming a share of the Buddha’s relics were the Moriyas of Pipphalivana. They came rather late and had to be satisfied with a share of the…

moḷiya →

dppn

…feeds on consciousness. The Buddha rejects the question as being wrongly put and similar questions follow, which the Buddha puts in a different…

moḷiyasīvaka →

dppn

…AN.iii.356 There he asks the Buddha if the claims made with regard to the Dhamma are justified. The Buddha proves to him, by illustration, that they…

mucalinda →

dppn

…coils seven times round the Buddha’s body and holding his hood over the Buddha’s head. Vin.i.3 Ud.ii.1

Mucalinda2

One of the chief…

mukheluvana →

dppn

A grove in Kajaṅgalā. It was there that the Buddha preached the Indriyabhāvanā Sutta. MN.iii.298

25.041438,87.836182park

māgadha →

dppn

…of Aṅga. Vin.i.27 In the Buddha’s day, Māgadha consisted of eighty thousand villages. Vin.i.179

Ajātasattu succeeded in annexing Kosala…

māgaṇḍiya →

dppn

…to repeat his charge to the Buddha’s face. The Buddha, aware of this conversation, entered the hut in the evening and had a discussion with…

māluṅkyāputta →

dppn

…comes to the Buddha in his old age and asks for a teaching in brief. The Buddha first chides him for having wasted his…

mānacchidda →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.i.70

mānatthaddha →

dppn

…those to whom respect should be shown, among whom the arahants are perfect. Mānatthaddha became the Buddha’s follower….

mānicara →

dppn

A Yakkha chief to be invoked by followers of the Buddha in time of need. Aiii.205

māra →

dppn

…Māra appeared before the Buddha himself and his disciples, men and women, to lure them away from their chosen path.

Soon after the Buddha’s…

mātali →

dppn

…the chief Yakkhas to be invoked by followers of the Buddha in time of need.

mātaṅga →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

mātula →

dppn

MātulaMatula

A village in Māgadha, where the Buddha stayed and where he preached the Cakkavattisīhanāda Sutta. Aiii.58

Māgadha3town

māyā →

dppn

…mother of the Buddha, and wife of Suddhodana of the Sakyan clan. DN.ii.52 Thag.534 Thig.162 She died seven days after giving birth to…

māṇavagāmiya →

dppn

devaputta. He visited the Buddha in the company of Asama, Sahali, Ninka, Ākoṭaka and Vetambarī, and while these all spoke in praise of their…

nagaraka →

dppn

…is reported as reminding the Buddha that once, while staying at Nagaraka, the Buddha had remarked that he lived “with the Void a great…

nagaravinda →

dppn

A brahmin village in Kosala where the Buddha once stayed during a tour and where he preached the Nagaravindeyya Sutta. M.iii.290

Kosala3town

nakulamātā →

dppn

…relations for many more. The Buddha preached to them and they became sotāpannas. The Buddha visited their village once more when they were old….

nakulapitā →

dppn

…relations for many more. The Buddha preached to them and they became sotāpannas. The Buddha visited their village once more when they were old….

nanda →

dppn

…face, and gone to see the Buddha, carrying a bright bowl. The Buddha chided him, and Nanda thereupon became a forest dweller and a…

nandaka →

dppn

…Licchavis who visited the Buddha at the Kūṭāgārasālā in Vesali. The Buddha tells him that the Ariyan disciple, possessed of unwavering…

nandana →

dppn

devaputta who visited the Buddha at Sāvatthī and asked him questions regarding virtue, wisdom, etc. The Buddha answered them, and he went away…

nandivisāla →

dppn

A deva who visits the Buddha and converses with him on the nature of the body and its riddance. SN.i.63 SN.i.15

nandiya →

dppn

…time to time he visited the Buddha. At the end of the rains, when the Buddha and the monks were about to start on tour, Nandiya went to the Buddha…

nandā →

dppn

…by the Buddha AN.i.25 to be foremost among nuns in jhāna. She is evidently to be identified with…

navakammika bhāradvāja →

dppn

…his contemplations. When the Buddha explained to him how he had found liberty, the Brahmin was pleased and accepted the Buddha as his teacher….

naḷa →

dppn

A Gandhabba chieftain DN.ii.258 to be invoked by followers of the Buddha in time of need. DN.iii.204

naḷakapāna →

dppn

…village in Kosala, where the Buddha once stayed and preached the Naḷakapāna Sutta. MN.i.462 There were two groves near the village, the…

naḷerupucimanda →

dppn

NaḷerupucimandaNaḷerupucimandaNalerupucimaṇḍa

A grove near Verañja where the Buddha spent part of his time on his visit to Nerañjā. Vin.iii.1 AN.iv.172 AN.iv.197

26.88294,78.813713park

nemi →

dppn

Nemi1

A servitor of Kuvera. DN.iii.201

Nemi2

A Pacceka Buddha, perhaps the same as Nimi. MN.iii.70

nerañjarāya →

dppn

…After the Enlightenment, the Buddha lived under the Ajapāla Nigrodha at Uruvelā, on the banks of this river. There Māra tempted him, and, later,…

nigaṇṭha nāṭaputta →

dppn

…to Sīha’s visit to the Buddha, was that the Buddha was an akiriyavādī. AN.iv.180

He taught that past deeds should be extirpated by severe…

nighaṇḍu →

dppn

A yakkha chieftain, to be invoked by followers of the Buddha when in distress. DN.iii.204 He was present at the Mahāsamaya. DN.ii.258

nigrodha →

dppn

…on his way to see the Buddha, stopped him and entered into conversation. The Buddha, by his divine ear, hearing their talk, approached them…

nigrodhakappa →

dppn

…Vaṅgīsa questioned the Buddha as to the destiny of Kappa, the Buddha’s answer was that he had completely passed away.Thag.1263ff.

nigrodhārāma →

dppn

…refused, and from there the Buddha went on to Vesāli.Vin.ii.253 AN.iv.274 The Buddha stayed at the Nigrodhārāma on several other occasions, and…

nikata →

dppn

…in Vesāli. When the Buddha came there, Licchavis crowded out the place with all their retinues, and Nikata and his coleagues, desiring…

niṅka →

dppn

NiṅkaNika

A deva who visits the Buddha in the company of several other devas and utters a verse in praise of Nigaṇṭha Nāṭaputta. SN.i.65f.

nādikā →

dppn

…of the places at which the Buddha stopped during his last journey along that road—Ambalaṭṭhikā, Nāḷandā, Pāṭaligāma, Koṭigāma,…

nāga →

dppn

…used as an epithet of the Buddha and the Arahants.

In the accounts given of the Nāgas, there is undoubtedly great confusion between the Nāgas…

nāgasamāla →

dppn

…For some time he was the Buddha’s personal attendant—e.g., when the Buddha breached the Mahāsīhanāda Sutta. MN.i.83

One day, when…

nāgavana →

dppn

A park near Hatthigāma, belonging to Uggagahapati. It was there that he first met the Buddha and was converted. AN.iv.213

26.38202, 84.840543park

nāgita →

dppn

…efficacy of practicing the Buddha’s path. Thag.86

Nāgita2

For some time the personal attendant of the Buddha. DN.i.151 AN.iii.31…

nālaka →

dppn

…readiness to profit by the Buddha’s Enlightenment. This Nālaka did. When the time came, he visited the Buddha to ask about the way of practice….

nālāgiri →

dppn

…Thrilling with joy at the touch, Nālāgiri sank on his knees before the Buddha. The Buddha returned to Veḷuvana. Vin.ii.194f.

nāḷandā →

dppn

…SN.ii.311–323

The Buddha visited Nāḷandā during his last tour through Māgadha, and it was there that Sāriputta uttered his…

nāḷijaṅgha →

dppn

…said that loved ones brought morrow and tribulation….

nītha →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.69

oṭṭhaddha →

dppn

…Vesalī, at a time when the Buddha had given orders that no one should be allowed to see him; but through the intervention of the novice Sīha,…

pabbata →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

paccekabuddha →

dppn

…a religion. In the Isigili Sutta MN.iii.68ff. appears a long list of Pacceka Buddhas who dwelt on the Isigili Mountain, and after whom the…

pacetana →

dppn

A king of old, whose wheelwright was the Buddha in a past life. AN.i.110

padumā →

dppn

One of the most distinguished lay women, followers of the Buddha. AN.iv.347 She was the wife of Meṇḍaka and her full name was Candapadumā

pahārāda →

dppn

…Pahārāda tells the Buddha that there are eight wonderful characteristics of the ocean, on account of which Asuras delight in it. The…

pahāsa →

dppn

…born after death. Tālapuṭa maintained that after death they were born among the Pahāsadevi. The Buddha contradicts this and says that their…

pajjanika →

dppn

…the residence of Suppavāsā Koḷiyādhītā, mother of Sīvali. The Buddha is said to have stayed there. AN.ii.62

Koliya3town

pajāpati →

dppn

…the Mahāyakkhas, to be invoked by followers of the Buddha in times of danger.

pakudha →

dppn

…six heretical sects of the Buddha’s time. In the Sāmaññaphala Sutta, DN.i.56 Ajātasattu is said to have visited him and obtained from him an…

palāsavana →

dppn

…Naḷakapāna in Kosala. The Buddha stayed there, AN.v.122 and it was there that the Naḷakapāna Sutta was preached. MN.i.462

near Naḷakapāna…

panāda →

dppn

…also mentioned in the Mahāsamaya Sutta….

paribbājakā →

dppn

…Dīghanakha calls on the Buddha, MN.i.497 the Buddha on Sakuladāyī MN.ii.29 AN.ii.175ff. and Sarabha. AN.i.185 Vekhanassa calls on the…

pasenadi →

dppn

…Mallikā. There are many discourses that feature King Pasenadi coming to the Buddha to ask about Dhamma. Pasenadi died shortly before the Buddha.

passi →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

pavattā →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

pañcakaṅga →

dppn

…and repeated to the Buddha. On another occasion, Pañcakaṅga related to the Buddha the conversation he had had with the Paribbājaka…

pañcavaggiyā →

dppn

…and Assaji—to whom the Buddha preached his first sermon at Isipatana.

All five joined in the austerities of Gotama at Uruvelā. When he…

pañcālacaṇḍa →

dppn

…crowding obstacles. The Buddha corrects him, saying that those who are mindful and self possessed know the way to Nibbāna. SN.i.48 It is…

paṅga →

dppn

The name of a Pacceka Buddha, found in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

paṅkadhā →

dppn

A township in Kosala, the residence of a monk named Kassapa of the Kampagotta. The Buddha is mentioned as having once stayed there during his tours in Kosala. AN.i.236

Kosala3town

paṇḍita →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

paṭācārā →

dppn

…She was declared by the Buddha to be the best among bhikkhunīs who knew the Vinaya. AN.i.25 She was several times referred to by other nuns as…

pessa →

dppn

…of Campā. He visited the Buddha at Gaggarāpokkharanī where Kandaraka was also present, and his conversation on that occasion is recorded in…

phagguna →

dppn

…and proclaim the past Buddhas. The Buddha replies in the negative. It is probably the same monk who is mentioned in the Aṅguttara Nikāya…

phalikasandāna →

dppn

One of the Theras dwelling in the Kukkuṭārāma in Pāṭaliputta in the time of the Buddha. Vin.i.300

pilindavaccha →

dppn

…caused them to be brought back, and the monks complained of this to the Buddha, but the Buddha held that no wrong had been done.

pilotika →

dppn

…spoke very highly of the Buddha. It is this conversation which, on its being repeated by Jāṇussoṇi to the Buddha, led to the preaching of…

pippaliguhā →

dppn

…there grievously ill, the Buddha visited him and cheered him by talking to him of the seven bojjhangas. SN.v.79 On another occasion, Mahā…

piyadassī →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.69

piṅgalakoccha →

dppn

…Buddha at Jetavana and the Buddha preached to him the Cūḷasāropama Sutta, at the end of which he declared himself the Buddha’s follower….

piṅgiya →

dppn

…Thereupon he praised the Buddha and begged of him to go on. The Buddha preached to him further, and he became an anāgāmī, failing, however,…

piṅgiyānī →

dppn

…Buddha, asks him about the Buddha’s wisdom. Piṅgiyāni utters the Buddha’s praises with a wealth of simile and metaphor. Kāraṇapālī is…

piṇḍola →

dppn

…who announced before the Buddha his readiness to answer the questions of any doubting monks, thus uttering his “lion’s roar.” The Buddha…

pokkharasāti →

dppn

…had been rude to the Buddha, he sought the Buddha by night and begged for his forgiveness. The next day he invited the Buddha to a meal, and…

pokkharaṇiyā →

dppn

A monastery in Sāmagāma where the Buddha is said once to have stayed. AN.iii.309

Sāmagāma3monastery

posāla →

dppn

…pupils. His question to the Buddha and the answer thereto are given in the Posālamāṇavaa pucchā of the Pārāyana Vagga. Snp.1006…

potaliputta →

dppn

…misinterpreted the Buddha’s teaching, and Potaliputta then asked him questions regarding experience, which Samiddhi answered….

potaliya →

dppn

…declared himself the Buddha’s follower. MN.i.359ff.

A conversation he had with the Buddha is recorded in the Aṅguttara Nikāya. At…

poṭṭhapāda →

dppn

…later he again visited the Buddha with Citta Hatthisāriputta>, when the Buddha continued the earlier discussion on personality and the soul. At…

pubbakoṭṭhakā →

dppn

…is made AN.iii.345 of the Buddha having bathed there. It was evidently extensive, for Pasenadi’s state elephant Seta also bathed there to the…

pukkusa →

dppn

…himself a follower of the Buddha, he gave to the Buddha two robes of cloth of gold, one of which, at the Buddha’s suggestion, he handed to…

pukkusāti →

dppn

…in silence, and then the Buddha preached the Dhātuvibhaṅga Sutta. Pukkusāti recognised the Buddha at the end of the sermon and begged his…

punabbasumātā →

dppn

…monks seated round the Buddha while he preached, and having hushed her babe to silence she and Punabbasu listened to the Buddha. At the end of…

punnaji →

dppn

…him and were taken to the Buddha. The Buddha talked to them and they became arahants. They were among the first eleven arahants, and were…

purāṇa →

dppn

…of these two men towards the Buddha. After discussing the Doctrine till late at night, they would sleep with their heads towards the spot where the…

puṇṇa →

dppn

…ascetic who visited the Buddha at Haliddavasana, together with Seniya Kukkuravatika. Puṇṇa questioned the Buddha regarding the practices of…

puṇṇaka →

dppn

…His conversation with the Buddha is given in the Puṇṇakamāṇavapucchā. Snp.1043–1048

Puṇṇaka2

A Yakkha chief mentioned…

puṇṇiya →

dppn

…is mentioned as visiting the Buddha and asking him under what conditions a sermon presents itself to the mind of a Tathāgata. AN.iv.337f.

pācīnavaṃsa →

dppn

…kingdom. AN.iv.228f. The Buddha visited it during his tours, and once, while staying there with Meghiya, the latter stopped in a mango grove in…

pālileyya →

dppn

…left his herd, waited on the Buddha, ministering to all his needs. From Pārileyyaka the Buddha went on to Sāvatthī. Vin.i.352f. SN.iii.95…

pārāpariya →

dppn

…and do no harm. Thag.726–746 The second was spoken by Pārāpariya after the Buddha’s parinibbāna and laments the decline of the monks….

pārāyana →

dppn

…of his pupils to visit the Buddha and find out if his claims to Enlightenment were true. A description of the route taken by them is also given….

pāsāṇakacetiya →

dppn

A shrine near Rājagaha, where the disciples of Bāvarī met and questioned the Buddha. Snp.1013

25.04641, 85.411143shrine

pātaligāma →

dppn

…to repel the Vajjīs. The Buddha prophesied the future greatness of Pātaligāma, and also mentioned the danger of its destruction by fire,…

pātikaputta →

dppn

…of being a liar. Later, the Buddha visited the hermitage of Pātikaputta, with a large following, in order to refute his claims, but Pātikaputta…

pāveyyakā →

dppn

…during the lifetime of the Buddha, and mention is made of Pāveyyakā monks in the Vinaya. Vin.i.253 During the time of the Vajjiputta heresy, it…

pāvā →

dppn

…in Pāvā and invited the Buddha to a meal, which proved to be his last. From Pāvā the Buddha journeyed on to Kusinārā, crossing the…

pāvārikambavana →

dppn

…at Nāḷandā where the Buddha stayed when on a visit there. DN.ii.81 It was there that he preached the Kevaṭṭa Sutta, the Sampasādanīya…

pāṭali →

dppn

…of Uttara who visited the Buddha and questioned him regarding his power of magic. Several conversations he had with the Buddha, on various…

pūraṇa kassapa →

dppn

…contemporaneous with the Buddha. He is said to have taught the doctrine of non-action, denying the result of good or bad actions….

ragā →

dppn

One of Māra’s three daughters, who sought to tempt the Buddha. Snp.835 SN.i.124ff.

rakkhita →

dppn

…of Pārileyya. There the Buddha retired and lived at the foot of the Bhaddasāla, when unable to settle the dispute among the Kosambī monks….

raṭṭhapāla →

dppn

…accompanied the Buddha to Sāvatthī, and there, dwelling alone, he attained arahantship within a short time. Then, with the Buddha’s…

revata →

dppn

…how he has accomplished the Buddha’s path. Thag.645–658

Revata2Kaṅkhārevata

The Buddha declared him chief of the monks who…

rohitassa →

dppn

…old age, death, etc. The Buddha said that such was not possible. The devaputta then confessed that he had, in a previous life, been a sage…

rohitassā →

dppn

…in the time of Koṇāgamana Buddha. At that time, Mount Vipula was called Vaṅkaka. The life of a Rohitassa was thirty thousand years. The people…

rojā →

dppn

…Ānanda, and, with the Buddha’s sanction, offered these things to the Buddha and his monks. Vin.i.247ff.

Once Rojā forced on Ānanda a…

rādha →

dppn

The Buddha declared him foremost among those who could inspire speech in others. AN.i.25

The Theragāthā Thag.133–134 contains two verses spoken…

rāhu →

dppn

…the aid of the Buddha. The Buddha then instructed Rāhu to let them free. Rāhu immediately let them go and ran to Vepacitti, “trembling and…

rāhula →

dppn

…spent the night in the Buddha’s bathroom. When the Buddha discovered him there the next morning, he modified the rule.

Four verses uttered…

rāhulamātā →

dppn

…Rāhula followed the Buddha, and, at the Buddha’s request, was ordained by Sāriputta. Vin.i.82 This is probably the only passage in the…

rājagaha →

dppn

…of their displeasure, the Buddha went first to Dakkhiṇāgiri and then to Kapilavatthu. Vin.i.77ff.

Later the Buddha made Sāvatthī his…

rājāyatana →

dppn

…at the foot of which the Buddha received a gift of wheat and honey from the merchants Tapassu and Bhallika in the eighth week after the…

rāmagāmaka →

dppn

…village on the banks of the Ganges. Its inhabitants claimed and obtained a share of the Buddha’s relics, over which they erected a thūpa….

sacca →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

sahali →

dppn

…Sutta. DN.ii.259

Sahali2

A devaputta, follower of Makkhali Gosāla. He visited the Buddha at Veḷuvana, in the company of several…

sahampati →

dppn

…against a doorpost of the Buddha’s cell, Sakka uttered a verse in praise of the Buddha. Sahampati then added another verse, exhorting the…

sajjha →

dppn

A wanderer who visited the Buddha at Gijjhakūṭa. The Buddha told him of the nine standards which an arahant monk cannot possibly transgress….

sakka →

dppn

…to play and sing to the Buddha and to obtain permission for him to visit him and question him.

The Buddha says to himself that Sakka, for a…

sakkhara →

dppn

…of the Sākyans where the Buddha once stayed with Ānanda. SN.v.2 It was not far from Rājagaha and was the residence of Macchariya…

sakuladāyī →

dppn

…between him and the Buddha in the Paribbājakārāma at Moranivāpa in Rājagaha.

He is also said to have been present when the Buddha…

sakulā →

dppn

…and followers of the Buddha. Once, when Pasenadi was staying at Ujjuñña, he went to see the Buddha, and carried to him the greetings of…

sakyaputtiyā →

dppn

The name given to the monks of the Buddha’s Order, as followers of Sakyamunī. Ud.iv.8 DN.iii.84

salaḷāgāra →

dppn

…when Sakka went to visit the Buddha he found him in the Salaḷāgāra, wrapt in samādhi, with Bhuñjatī waiting on him. Sakka therefore left a…

sambhava →

dppn

One of the two chief disciples of Sikhī Buddha. DN.ii.4 SN.i.155

samiddhi →

dppn

…him to learn it from the Buddha. This he did from a brief sermon preached to him by the Buddha, which Mahā Kaccāna later enlarged into the…

sanaṅkumāra →

dppn

…very devout follower of the Buddha.

In a sutta of the Saṃyutta, SN.i.153 he is spoken of as visiting the Buddha on the banks of the Sappinī,…

sandha →

dppn

…the same monk who is mentioned as Saddho Kaccāyano. SN.ii.153 He asks the Buddha a question on elements, and the Buddha explains it to him.

sandhita →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verse speaks of attaining a perception of the Buddha under a fig tree. Thag.217–218

sandhāna →

dppn

…He was a follower of the Buddha, and it was his conversation with the Paribbājaka Nigrodha that led to the preaching of the Udumbarika…

santacitta →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

santuṭṭha →

dppn

A disciple of the Buddha at Ñātikā. He was born after death in Akanitthābhavana, there to pass entirely away. DN.ii.92 SN.v.358f.

sarabha →

dppn

…but Sarabha sat silent. The Buddha then declared to the Paribbājakas that no one could say that his claim to Enlightenment was unjustified, or…

sarabhaṅga →

dppn

…Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

Sarabhaṅga2

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of living in a hut of reeds he…

sarakāni →

dppn

…reported this to the Buddha, who said that Sarakāni had, for a long time, taken refuge in the Buddha, the Dhamma, and the Saṅgha, and…

sattapaṇṇiguhā →

dppn

…Vebhāra. Once, when the Buddha was staying there, he gave to Ānanda the opportunity of asking him to live for an eon, but Ānanda, because of…

sattarasavaggiyā →

dppn

A group of monks in the Buddha’s time, who seem to have incurred the enmity of the Chabbaggīyas. The latter turned them out of a vihāra as soon…

satthā →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

satullapakāyikā →

dppn

…group of suttas in which these devas are stated to have visited the Buddha, asking him several questions on different topics.

sayha →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

sañjaya →

dppn

…that, according to the Buddha, no recluse or brahmin can ever attain to absolute knowledge and insight. Sañjaya is sent for by Pasenadi, but,…

sañjikāputta →

dppn

A young brahmin, friend of Bodhirājakumāra. He was sent to invite the Buddha to Bodhi’s palace, Kokanada. Vin.ii.127f. MN.ii.91

sañjīva →

dppn

…disciples of Kakusandha Buddha. DN.ii.4 He was expert in samādhi, and lived in cells, caves, etc., sustaining himself on samādhi. One day,…

saṅgārava →

dppn

…but when she told him of the Buddha’s marvellous qualities, he felt a desire to see him. Some time after, the Buddha went to Candalakappa and…

saṅkha →

dppn

…the appearance of Metteyya Buddha in the world. He will raise up again the palace of King Mahāpanāda and live there. But later he will give it…

sela →

dppn

…fifty pupils to visit the Buddha in the woodland near Apana. There he observed on the person of the Buddha the thirty two marks of a Great Being…

senaka →

dppn

A monk whose Theragāthā verses speak of seeing the Buddha at the Gayā festival. Thag.287–290

seniya →

dppn

…dog. After his visit to the Buddha, as recorded in the Kukkuravatika Sutta, he joined the Order and, in due course, became an arahant. MN.i.387ff.

serissaka →

dppn

…of need by followers of the Buddha. DN.iii.205

Serissaka1Serīsaka

A vimāna in the Cātummahārājika world, which was occupied by…

serī →

dppn

A devaputta who visited the Buddha at Jetavana and held a conversation with him regarding the giving of food. He tells the Buddha that he was…

seta →

dppn

The state elephant of Pasenadi, on whose account the Buddha preached a special sermon. AN.iii.345

setabyā →

dppn

…a conversation between the Buddha and the brahmin Doṇa, whom the Buddha met on the road from Ukkaṭṭha to Setavyā. The city was on the road,…

sikhāmoggallāna →

dppn

…brahmin who once visited the Buddha, saying that he had been told by Soṇakāyana that the Buddha preached the ineffectiveness of all deeds and…

sikhī →

dppn

SikhīArindama

A Buddha of a past age.DN.ii.7 DN.iii.195f. SN.ii.9

  • He was born in the Nisabha pleasance in Aruṇavatī.
  • His father was the…

silāvatī →

dppn

…the Sākyans. Once, when the Buddha was there with a large number of monks, Mira tempted them in the guise of a jatanduva-brahmin. SN.i.117

A…

sippinikātīra →

dppn

…On its bank was a Paribbājakārāma where famous Paribbājakas lived in the Buddha’s time. AN.i.185 AN.ii.29 AN.ii.176 SN.i.153

Rājagaha3river

siva →

dppn

…A devaputta, named Siva, is mentioned in the Saṃyutta SN.i.56 as visiting the Buddha and speaking several verses on the benefit of…

siviraṭṭha →

dppn

…a present for his cure. These robes Jīvaka gave to the Buddha. Vin.i.280

4region

siṃsapāvana →

dppn

…in Āḷavī, where the Buddha stayed in the Gomagga and was visited by Hatthaka of Āḷavī. AN.i.136

26.12098,…

sobhita →

dppn

…Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.71

Sobhita2

A monk who was foremost among those who could remember past births. AN.i.25…

somā →

dppn

…of Sakulā and queen of Pasenadi. She was a devout follower of the Buddha. MN.ii.125 She is probably the eminent lay woman…

sonaka →

dppn

A monk who was a leader of the Sangha some time after the Buddha. Vin.v.2

sonāyamātā →

dppn

An eminent laywoman, disciple of the Buddha. AN.iv.348

sopāka →

dppn

…says that he walked with the Buddha when aged seven, and answered his questions. The Buddha praised him and gave him the ordination right away….

sorata →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

sotthija →

dppn

SotthijaSotthiya

The constant attendant of Koṇāgamana Buddha. DN.ii.6

soṇa →

dppn

…in Sāvathhī, and the Buddha invited him to share his hut. The Buddha asked him to speak on Dhamma, and he recited the whole of the…

soṇadaṇḍa →

dppn

…Soṇadaṇḍa asked the Buddha to forgive him if, in the presence of the brahmins, he did not make humble obeisance to the Buddha, but merely…

soṇakāyana →

dppn

…went about saying that the Buddha proclaimed the ineffectiveness of all deeds, and thereby preached the annihilation of the world. The Buddha said…

soṇā →

dppn

…lay woman, disciple of the Buddha. AN.iv.348

Soṇā2Bahuputtikā

A Therī. She was declared foremost among nuns for capacity of…

subha →

dppn

…he declared himself the Buddha’s follower. While on his way back from the city, he met Jāṇussoṇi, and, on being asked what he thought of…

subhadda →

dppn

…the request, saying that the Buddha was weary. The Buddha overheard the conversation and asked Subhadda to come in. Subhadda asked the Buddha if…

subhagavana →

dppn

…Ukkaṭṭha. Once, when the Buddha was there, he visited the Avihā gods DN.ii.50 and, again, from there he visited Baka Brahmā, to whom he…

subhā →

dppn

…day. Thig.338–361 The Buddha saw this and praised her in three verses. Thig.362–364

Subhā3Jīvakambavanikā

A bhikkhunī…

subhūti →

dppn

…chief of those who lived remote and in peace, and of those who were worthy of gifts. AN.i.24 The Buddha also praised his skill in meditation….

subrahmā →

dppn

…compared with that of the Buddha. SN.i.146f. On another occasion, Subrahmā visited the Buddha to declare the folly of Kokālika and of…

subāhu →

dppn

…rain falls. Thag.52

Subāhu3

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

sudassana →

dppn

Nephew of Pasenadi. The Buddha taught him a stanza to recite whenever Pasenadi sat down to a meal, in order that the king might observe moderation in…

sudatta →

dppn

devaputta who visited the Buddha at Jetavana and spoke two stanzas on the value of earnestness. SN.i.53

Sudatta3SudantaKumāputtassa…

suddhanā →

dppn

An eminent lay woman disciple of the Buddha. AN.iv.347

suddhavāsa →

dppn

…Subrahmā, went to visit the Buddha, but, finding him in meditation during the noonday heat, went to see a certain Brahmā who was infatuated with…

suddhikabhāradvāja →

dppn

…brahmin who visited the Buddha at Jetavana and stated that a man can be purified only by knowledge of the Vedas. The Buddha answered that it is…

suddhodana →

dppn

…Sundarī Nandā. When the Buddha ordained both Rāhula and Nanda, Suddhodana was greatly distressed lest other parents should be similarly…

suddhāvāsakāyikādevā →

dppn

…group of devas, inhabitants of the Suddhāvāsā, who appeared before the Buddha and recited three verses in praise of the Saṅgha….

suddhāvāsā →

dppn

…DN.iii.237

There anāgāmīs are born, and there they attain arahantship.

The Buddha is mentioned as having visited the Suddhāvāsā….

sudhamma →

dppn

…matter to the Buddha. The Buddha blamed Sudhamma and said that the Saṅgha should pass the paṭisāraṇīyakamma on him. Sudhamma,…

sudinna →

dppn

…and his colleagues, discovering the reason, reported him to the Buddha, who blamed him greatly. Vin.iii.11–21

sudāṭha →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

sujāta →

dppn

A monk who the Buddha commended on his spiritual and physical beauty. SN.ii.278f.

sujātā →

dppn

…obstinate. One day, when the Buddha visited Anāthapiṇḍika’s house, she was scolding the servants. The Buddha stopped what he was saying, and,…

sumana →

dppn

…away, Sumana talked with the Buddha about arahants. AN.iii.348f. He may be identical with one of the other Sumanas.

Sumana4

A Yakkha…

sumanā →

dppn

…She once visited the Buddha, with five hundred royal maidens in five hundred royal chariots, and questioned him regarding the efficacy of…

sumaṅgala →

dppn

…Thag.43

Sumaṅgala2

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

sumbha →

dppn

Sumbha1

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

Sumbha2

A country in which was Desaka, where Udāyi visited the Buddha during a stay,…

sumukha →

dppn

A Yakkha chief, to be invoked in time of need by followers of the Buddha. DN.iii.205

sumāgadhā →

dppn

…and told everyone so. The Buddha explained that what the man had seen was real; it was an Asura army, fleeing from the devas in panic, through a…

sunakkhatta →

dppn

…loud in his praise of the Buddha and the Dhamma. The Buddha warned him that people would say he had left the Order because its discipline had…

sundara →

dppn

…A doubt arose in his mind as to whether any blame attached to him and he consulted the Buddha, who said that as Sundara had not acquiesced in the…

sundarika →

dppn

…shaved, he questioned the Buddha about his birth. The Buddha explained to him that the important thing was not birth, but the leading of a good…

sundarikā →

dppn

…Sundarika Bhāradvāja held sacrifices in honour of Agni and met the Buddha during such a sacrifice. SN.i.167 Snp.p.79

sundarī →

dppn

…streets. For seven days the Buddha stayed in the Gandhakuti, not going to the city for alms, and Ānanda even suggested that they should go to…

sunidha →

dppn

…together. They invited the Buddha to a meal, and, after his departure, named the gate by which he had left the city Gotamadvāra, and the ford by…

sunāparanta →

dppn

…of Puṇṇa Thera. With the Buddha’s permission, he returned to Sunāparanta. The people of Sunāparanta were reported as being fierce and…

sunīta →

dppn

…of his humble origins and how he bowed and scaped before many people, until he was lifted up by the Buddha. Practcing in the forest he realized the…

supatiṭṭhita →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.70

suppabuddha →

dppn

…Soon after, Suppabuddha visited the Buddha, and, having worshipped him, was on his way to the city when he was gored to death by a cow….

suppagedha →

dppn

A Yakkha, to be invoked by followers of the Buddha in time of need. DN.iii.205

suppavāsā →

dppn

…of Sajjanela, where the Buddha visited her and preached to her on the efficacy of giving food. AN.ii.62f. She was described by the Buddha as…

suppiya →

dppn

…the forest. There he met the Buddha and his monks and gave them fruit. He belonged to a khattiya family in the time of Kassapa Buddha, but through…

suppiyā →

dppn

…the monastery, invited the Buddha to a meal the next day. The Buddha accepted the invitation, and when, on the next day, he arrived with his…

suriya →

dppn

…he invoked the power of the Buddha, and the Buddha enjoined on Rāhu to let him go. This Rāhu did, and Suriya is spoken of as seeking Vepacitti…

suriyavaccasā →

dppn

…in her honour, which also contained references to his deep attachment to the Buddha. This influenced her choice, and she became his wife….

susumāragiri →

dppn

…and his wife, with whom the Buddha had several interviews. AN.ii.61 AN.iii.295f. AN.iv.268 SN.iii.1 SN.iv.116

It is said that once, when the…

susīma →

dppn

…He thereupon sought the Buddha to have the matter explained. The Buddha asked him many questions, and made him realize the truth of their…

sutavā →

dppn

…Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a nominal list. MN.iii.69

Sutavā2

A wanderer who visited the Buddha on Gijjhakūṭa…

suvīra →

dppn

…three times. Sakka admonished him after the third time on the evils of laziness.

The Buddha related the story to the monks to show them the…

sāgata →

dppn

…his feet lay towards the Buddha. The Buddha pointed out his condition to the monks, using it as an example of the evil effects of liquor; and he…

sāketa →

dppn

…It was regarded in the Buddha’s time as one of the six great cities of India, the others being Campā, Rājagaha, Sāvatthī, Kosambī and…

sākya →

dppn

…claiming a share of the Buddha’s relics on the ground that they, like the Buddha, were khattiyas D.ii.165. It is stated a that the Sākyans…

sāmagāma →

dppn

…Sutta, DN.iii.117 the Buddha was in the mango grove of the Vedhaññā Sākiyans when the news, as given in the Sāmagāma Sutta, of…

sāmāvatī →

dppn

…is reckoned among the moist eminent of the lay women who were followers of the Buddha, and was declared by him foremost among those who…

sānu →

dppn

…her weeping. She told him that he was as good as dead in that he had rejected the Buddha’s teaching and turned again to lower things, hence her…

sāriputta →

dppn

…they became monks under the Buddha. This was shortly after the Buddha’s Awakening. Sāriputta soon became enlightened, and became a popular…

sāti →

dppn

…reported the matter to the Buddha. He questioned Sāti, who, however, sat silent and glum; then the Buddha preached to him and the assembled monks…

sātāgira →

dppn

…day. Hemavata then asked the Buddha a series of questions. Snp.176–205

Sātāgira is mentioned in the Āṭānāṭiya Sutta DN.iii.204 as one of…

sāvatthī →

dppn

…SN.iv.374

The Buddha passed the greater part of his monastic life in Sāvatthī, and the vast bulk of all Suttas are set there.

His…

sāḷha →

dppn

…who once visited the Buddha at the Kūṭāgārasālā. AN.ii.200

Sāḷha3

A monk of Ñātikā. The Buddha declared that he…

sīdarī →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

sīha →

dppn

…Sīha declared himself the Buddha’s follower. The Buddha accepted his adherence on condition that he would continue to give alms to any…

sītavana →

dppn

…first met the Buddha. When Anāthapiṇḍika approached it, he was filled with fear and trembling. But he was reassured by a…

sīvaka →

dppn

…to find the Buddha at Sītavana.Vin.ii.155f. SN.i.211 He is mentioned among the chief Yakkhas to be invoked by followers of the…

sīvali →

dppn

…his goal and abandoning pride. Thag.60

Sīvali was declared by the Buddha AN.i.24 pre-eminent among recipients of gifts.

sīveyyaka →

dppn

…for his cure. These robes Jīvaka gave to the Buddha. Vin.i.280

sūciloma →

dppn

…bent his body against the Buddha’s. The Buddha bent his body in the opposite direction, saying that contact with him was an evil thing. Then…

sūkarakha →

dppn

…of Gijjhakūṭa, where the Buddha stayed. There he preached the Dīghanakha Sutta to Dīghanakha. Sāriputta was also present, and the sutta led…

sūrambaṭṭha →

dppn

An eminent lay disciple, declared by the Buddha foremost among his followers in unwavering loyalty. AN.i.26 AN.iii.451

tadadhimutta →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

tagarasikhī →

dppn

…all of whom became Pacceka Buddhas. Suppabuddha, a banker of Rājagaha, having seen the Pacceka Buddha on his way to a park, spoke insultingly to…

takkasilā →

dppn

…of education of Jīvaka, the Buddha’s doctor. Vin.i.269f.

Takkasilā is identified with the Greek Taxila, in Rawalpindi in the…

tapodārāma →

dppn

…was a monastery where the Buddha seems to have stayed on several occasions. It is said DN.ii.116 that on one such occasion the Buddha gave…

tapussa →

dppn

…They offered the Buddha rice-cakes and honey. They became the first lay disciples of the Buddha, and their formula of Refuge contained…

tatha →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.69

taṇhā →

dppn

One of the three daughters of Māra, who tried to tempt the Buddha under the Ajapāla-nigrodha, soon after the Enlightenment. Snp.p.163 SN.i.124f.

tekula →

dppn

…which probably is Sanskrit metre….

thera →

dppn

…in Rājagaha. He lived in solitude, the virtues of which state he extolled. Hearing this, the Buddha sent for him and taught him how the solitary…

thullakoṭṭhika →

dppn

…country. It was the birthplace of Raṭṭhapāla, and it was there that the Buddha stayed during a tour among the Kurus. MN.ii.54…

thūlū →

dppn

…to them, and when the Buddha was staying there with Sunakkhatta, the latter was greatly taken up with the practices of Korakkhattiya….

thūṇa →

dppn

…It was in the Kosala country and belonged to the Mallas, and was once visited by the Buddha. Ud.vii.9

on the western boundary of…

tikaṇṇa →

dppn

…of tevijja brahmins. The Buddha explained to him that the threefold lore of the Ariyan disciple was a different and a far nobler thing. The…

tissa →

dppn

…brought him once more to the Buddha. The Buddha preached to them the Tissa-Metteyya Sutta, at the end of which Tissa became a Sotāpanna, later…

tissametteyya →

dppn

…of Bāvarī. He visited the Buddha with his colleagues and when the Buddha answered his questions, he, and his thousand pupils became arahants….

tivarā →

dppn

…then known as Pācīnavaṃsa, near Rājagaha, in the time of Kakusandha Buddha. Their term of life was forty thousand years. SN.ii.190

todeyya →

dppn

…Snp.1006 He visited the Buddha, and his questions, with the answers given by the Buddha, are given in the Todeyya-māṇavaa-pucchā….

tālaputa →

dppn

…of laughter. Three times the Buddha refused to answer, but in the end allowed himself to be persuaded, and told Tālapuṭa that those who induce…

tārukkha →

dppn

…contemporary of the Buddha.

He was present at the assemblies of the brahmins in Icchānaṅgala and in Manasākaṭa.

He was the teacher…

tāyana →

dppn

A devaputta. He visited the Buddha at Sāvatthī and uttered certain verses in the hearing of the monks, telling of the necessity of following the…

ubbhataka →

dppn

…finished they invited the Buddha to be its first occupant. The Buddha went with the monks and spent the night in the hall. It was on this…

uccaṅgamāya →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha found in a list of Pacceka Buddhas. MN.iii.70

udaya →

dppn

…Three days in succession the Buddha came, and Udaya, feeling annoyed, said to the Buddha— “A pertinacious and greedy man is the Samaṇa Gotama…

uddaka →

dppn

…Nikāya SN.iv.83f. the Buddha says that Uddaka claimed to be “versed in lore and to have conquered everything, digging out the root of…

udena →

dppn

…himself a follower of the Buddha. SN.iv.110f.

Udena2

A thera. He once stayed, after the Buddha’s death, in the Khemiyambavana…

udāyibhadda →

dppn

…paid his first visit to the Buddha and saw the Buddha seated amidst the monks in a scene of perfect calm and silence, his first thought was—…

udāyī →

dppn

…Sāvatthī and asked if the Buddha ever praised sacrifice. The Buddha’s answer was that he did not commend sacrifices which involved butchery,…

ugga →

dppn

…records a visit paid to the Buddha by Ugga, at Hatthigāmaka. He asked the Buddha why it was that some beings attained full freedom in this very…

uggaha →

dppn

…of the meal, he asked the Buddha to speak a few words of advice to his daughters who were about to be married. The Buddha preached to them the…

uggatasarīra →

dppn

…great fruit. Three times the Buddha agreed that it was so, and Uggatasarīra was about to conclude that the Buddha approved of his sacrifice, when…

uggāhamāna →

dppn

…on his way to see the Buddha, visited him and had a conversation with him, which conversation Pañcakaṅga later reported to the Buddha….

ujjaya →

dppn

…brahmin. He once went to the Buddha and asked him if he thought well of sacrifices. The Buddha replied that he was opposed to sacrifices which…

ujjenī →

dppn

The capital of Avanti. In the Buddha’s time, Caṇḍapajjota Vin.i.276 was king of Ujjenī and there was friendly intercourse between that city…

ujjhānasaññikā →

dppn

…devas who once visited the Buddha at Jetavana late at night. They charged the Buddha with inconsistency, but later, begging his forgiveness, they…

ukkacelā →

dppn

…fortnight of each other, the Buddha came to Ukkacela on his way to Vesāli and at a gathering of the monks uttered high praise of the two chief…

ukkalā →

dppn

…when they visited the Buddha shortly after his Awakening, near Uruvelā, and offered food to him, becoming the first lay disciples, taking…

ukkaṭṭha →

dppn

…went himself to visit the Buddha.

There was a road which connected Ukkaṭṭha with Setavyā. AN.ii.37

It was in the Subhagavana at…

upacāla →

dppn

…in Vesāli, but when the Licchavis went there to visit the Buddha, they moved to the Gosiṅgasālavana in search of quiet.

upaka →

dppn

…Sermon. Upaka questioned the Buddha on his attainments, and when the Buddha told him what he had accomplished he asked the Buddha if he were…

upakāla →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in a list of Pacceka Buddhas. MN.iii.70

upananda →

dppn

…monk heard that the Buddha was going on tour, he preferred to join the Buddha’s company. The robe was not returned to Upananda, who had…

upanemi →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in nominal lists. MN.iii.70

upanīta →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in the Isigili Sutta. MN.iii.70

upariṭṭha →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.69

upasena →

dppn

…under the guidance of the Buddha. The Buddha, noticing this, proclaimed his approval.

One day, while Upasena was sitting after his meal in the…

upasīdarī →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in the Isigili Sutta. MN.iii.70

upasīva →

dppn

…The questions he asked the Buddha, when he visited him in the company of his colleagues, are recorded in the Upasīva-māṇavaa-pucchā….

upatissa →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha, found in a nominal list. MN.iii.69

upavatta →

dppn

…It was here, too, that the Buddha asked the monks if they had any doubts they wished to hear solved regarding the Buddha, the Dhamma and the…

upavāna →

dppn

…the ailment was healed; the Buddha, thereupon, expressed his gratitude. SN.i.174f.

When the Buddha lay on his death-bed at Kusināra, Upavāna…

uppala →

dppn

Uppala1

A Pacceka Buddha mentioned in the Isigili Sutta. MN.iii.70

Uppala2

A hell realm. SN.i.152 Snp.p.126

5hell

uppalavaṇṇā →

dppn

…who followed the Buddha for seven years, learning the Vinaya. Vin.ii.261

The Buddha declares that Khemā and Uppalavaṇṇā are the…

upāli →

dppn

…is mentioned as asking the Buddha for a brief sermon, the Buddha telling him that if there were anything that did not conduce to revulsion and…

upāsabha →

dppn

Name of a Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.69

uruvelakappa →

dppn

…of a sermon preached by the Buddha at Uruvelakappa and addressed to the monks regarding the importance of insigh. SN.iv.228f.

Once when the…

uruvelā →

dppn

…all became followers of the Buddha. Vin.i.25

Mention is made of several temptations of the Buddha while he dwelt at Uruvelā, apart from the…

uruvelākassapa →

dppn

…undertook to provide the Buddha with his daily food. Meanwhile the Buddha stayed in a grove near by, waiting for the time when Kassapa should be…

uruññā →

dppn

…on business, visited the Buddha. On this occasion was preached the Kaṇṇakatthala Sutta. MN.ii.125ff.

It was here too that Nigaṇṭha…

usabha →

dppn

…enlightenment. Thag.197–198

Usabha 3

A Pacceka Buddha, mentioned in the Isigili Sutta. MN.iii.70

uttamā →

dppn

…bhikkhunī whose verses in the Therīgāthā tell of how, as a daughter of the Buddha, she has developed the seven awakening-factors and…

uttara →

dppn

…the thirty-two marks on the Buddha’s person, he dogged the Buddha’s footsteps for seven months, in order to observe his carriage in his every…

uttarakuru →

dppn

…and foliage, and it also possesses a Kapparukkha which lasts for a whole kappa. AN.i.264

The Buddha is said to have travelled with his psychic…

uttarakā →

dppn

…village of the Thūlūs. The Buddha once stayed there and Sunakkhatta was in his company. At that time Korakkhattiya was also staying there….

uttaramātā →

dppn

…children to quietness. The Buddha preached in such a manner that both she and her son could understand, and at the end of the sermon they both…

uttarā →

dppn

…female lay disciple of Koṇāgamana Buddha. DN.ii.7

uttiya →

dppn

…is represented as asking the Buddha for a lesson in brief, which the Buddha gives him. Dwelling in solitude, he meditates on this and becomes an…

uvāla →

dppn

…then denied it again, and made counter-charges and spoke lies, knowing them to be such. The Buddha requested the monks to carry out the…

uṇṇābha →

dppn

…greatly pleased with the Buddha’s teaching, goes away, the Buddha tells the monks that Uṇṇābha has become an anāgāmī and would,…

vacchagotta →

dppn

…of his attainment to the Buddha through some monks, and the Buddha says he has already heard the news from the devas. MN.i.493–497

This story…

vajirapāṇi →

dppn

…reasonable question put by a Buddha, his head will split into pieces on the spot. It was Vajirapāṇi’s duty to frighten such people by appearing…

vajjiyamāhita →

dppn

…silenced them, he sought the Buddha, to whom he repeated the conversation. The Buddha praised him, and said it was untrue that he discouraged all…

vajjī →

dppn

…Janaka.

In the time of the Buddha, and even up to his death, the Vajjians were a very prosperous and happy community. The Buddha attributed this…

vakkali →

dppn

…had not been able to see the Buddha earlier. The Buddha told him that seeing the Dhamma was equivalent to seeing him, and because Vakkali had…

vappa →

dppn

…talk of the āsavas. The Buddha joins them and tells Vappa how the āsavas can be completely destroyed so that the monk who has so destroyed…

varadhara →

dppn

…wanderer in the time of the Buddha. He lived with Annabhāra, Sakuludāyī and others in the Paribbājakārāma, on the banks of the Sappinikā,…

vassa →

dppn

…as “denying cause, consequence and reality.” There were certain aspects of the Buddha’s teaching which even they would accept. SN.iii.73…

vassakāra →

dppn

…for the Saṅgha after the Buddha’s death. Ānanda explains that the Buddha did not do so, that no special leader has been appointed, but that…

vaḍḍha →

dppn

…the charge, and the Buddha ordered the monks to proclaim the “overturning the bowl” on Vaḍḍha. When Ānanda visited Vaḍḍha and…

vaṃsa →

dppn

…its king in the time of the Buddha.

Avanti lay to the south of the Vaṃsa country. The Vaṃsa were also called Vatsā. The country formed one…

vaṅgīsa →

dppn

…is addressed to the Buddha, questioning him as to the destiny of his teacher Nigrodhakappa. Another verse Thag.1252 describes the Buddha as…

vediyaka →

dppn

…Indasālaguhā, where the Buddha stayed. The mountain was bathed in radiance when Sakka visited the Buddha on the occasion of the preaching of…

vejayanta →

dppn

…he had fully understood the Buddha’s teaching in the Cūlatanhā saṅkhaya Sutta, Sakka tried to evade his questions by showing him this palace….

vekaliṅga →

dppn

…his long stay in Kosala, the Buddha visited the ārāma in which Kassapa Buddha had preached to Jotipāla, and there he himself preached the…

venāgapura →

dppn

A brahmin village of Kosala, where the Buddha preached the Venāga Sutta. AN.i.180

Kosala3town

vepacitti →

dppn

…invoked the power of the Buddha, it was to Vepacitti that Rāhu fled for comfort.SN.i.50 SN.i.51 The Asuras being once defeated in a fight with…

vepulla →

dppn

…In the time of Kakusandha Buddha, the mountain was called Pācīnavaṃsa

  • in the time of Koṇāgamana, Vaṅkaka
  • while in that of Kassapa…

verañjā →

dppn

…questions follow on the Buddha’s doctrine and practices. The Buddha concludes by giving an account of his attainment of the threefold…

veroca →

dppn

…went with Sakka to visit the Buddha during his siesta. They waited upon the Buddha, leaning against a doorpost, and each uttered two stanzas on the…

vessāmitta →

dppn

…to be invoked in time of need by followers of the Buddha. DN.iii.205

vesāli →

dppn

…under the influence of the Buddha.

At the time of the Buddha, Vesāli was a very large city, rich and prosperous, crowded with people and with…

vetambarī →

dppn

…of devas who visited the Buddha at Veḷuvana and spoke of their beliefs. Vetambarī spoke two verses, one condemning asceticism, and the other,…

vethadīpaka →

dppn

The brahmin of Vethadīpa, who claimed an eighth share of the Buddha’s relics. DN.ii.165 DN.ii.167

veḷudvāra →

dppn

A brahmin village of the Kosalans where the Buddha once stayed and preached the Veḷudvāreyya Sutta. SN.v.352

Kosala3town

veḷukaṇṭakī →

dppn

…an offering which the Buddha praised, because it was endowed with the six requisite qualities.

Once she rose before dawn and sang the…

veḷuvana →

dppn

…and bestowed it on the Buddha and the fraternity. This was the first monastery accepted by the Buddha, and a rule was passed allowing monks to…

veṇḍu →

dppn

A devaputta. He visited the Buddha and asked him a question. SN.i.52

veṭṭhadīpaka →

dppn

VeṭṭhadīpakaVethadīpa

A brahmin settlement, the chieftain of which claimed a part of the Buddha’s relics; having obtained the relics, he built at pagoda over them. DN.ii.165 DN.ii.167

near Māgadha3town

videha →

dppn

…people. At the time of the Buddha, Videha formed one of the two important principalities of the Vajjian confederacy. Its capital was Mithilā. The…

vidhura →

dppn

One of the two chief disciples of Kakusandha Buddha. DN.ii.4 SN.ii.191 He received his name because he was a peerless preacher of the Dhamma. MN.i.333

vijita →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

vimala →

dppn

…Thag.264–266

Vimala4

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

vipassī →

dppn

A Buddha of the past, whose story is told in the Mahāpadāna Sutta. He was born in the Khema park in Bandhumatī, his father being Bandhumā and his…

viraja →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.70

visākha →

dppn

…Visākha then visited the Buddha and reported their conversation to him, winning the Buddha’s praises for…

visākhā →

dppn

…she interceded with the Buddha when the monks refused to ordain him during the rainy season. Vin.i.153

The books contain numerous suttas…

vāseṭṭha →

dppn

…a monk. He visited the Buddha at the Kūṭagārasālā in Vesāli and the Buddha preached to him. AN.iv.258 He is mentioned among the…

vāseṭṭhī →

dppn

…brahmin Sujāta, father of Sundarī, met Vāsetthī, and, hearing her story, himself sought the Buddha at Mithilā where he joined the Order,…

vītarāga →

dppn

A Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.71

yakkha →

dppn

…represented as telling the Buddha that, for the most part, the Yakkhas believe neither in the Buddha nor in his teachings, which enjoin upon his…

yamelutekulā →

dppn

…their request….

yasa →

dppn

…slippers and sat beside the Buddha. The Buddha preached to him a graduated discourse, and when he had finished teaching the Truths, Yasa attained…

yasadatta →

dppn

…and discover flaws in the Buddha’s argument. The Buddha knew what was in his mind, and at the end of the Sabhiya Sutta admonished him in five…

yasoja →

dppn

…night he tried to remind the Buddha of their arrival; but the Buddha ignored his warnings and in the morning explained to him that it was more joy…

yassasī →

dppn

The name of a Pacceka Buddha. MN.iii.69

yaññadatta →

dppn

A brahmin, father of Koṇāgamana Buddha. DN.ii.7

yodhājīva →

dppn

…devas. At first the Buddha refused to answer the question, but finding that Yodhājīva insisted, explained to him that fighting men were…

yugandhara →

dppn

One of the chief Yakkhas to be invoked by the Buddha’s followers in time of need. DN.iii.205

ājīvakā →

dppn

…put an end to sorrow, the Buddha could recall only one Ājīvaka during ninety-nine kappas who had even gone to heaven, and that one too had…

ākoṭaka →

dppn

A deva who visited the Buddha at Veḷuvana accompanied by Asama, Sahali, Ninka, Vetambarī and Mānava-Gāmiya. Ākoṭaka spoke before the Buddha…

ākāsagotta →

dppn

…of a monk. Meeting the Buddha, he told him of the lancing, trying to make fun of it. The Buddha, having made inquiries, declared the…

āmalakīvana →

dppn

…Sutta was preached….

ānanda →

dppn

…He was a first cousin of the Buddha and was deeply attached to him. Ānanda entered the Order in the second year of the Buddha’s ministry,…

ānandacetiya →

dppn

…called Ānanda. There the Buddha stayed during his last sojourn, and mention is made of a sermon he preached there to the monks on the Four Great…

āpaṇa →

dppn

…From Āpaṇa the Buddha went on to Kusinārā. Vin.i.247 In the Saṃyutta Nikāya, SN.v.225 Āpaṇa is spoken of as a township of the…

ārohanta →

dppn

…him with the fan. For this she was rebuked by the Buddha. Vin.iv.263

ārāmadaṇḍa →

dppn

…he proceeded to describe the Buddha’s virtues. Ārāmadaṇḍa stood up with clasped hands and, turning in the direction of Sāvatthī, he…

ātumā →

dppn

…place, one of them asked the Buddha if he were aware of the accident. But the Buddha had been in a state of concentration and had neither seen nor…

āḷavaka →

dppn

…angry and threatened the Buddha. He was tamed by the Buddha and asked a series of questions Snp.p.31–33 SN.i.213ff.

Āḷavaka’s name…

āḷavakā →

dppn

…and reconstruction of buildings, and rules are laid down by the Buddha restricting these monks in their activities.

āḷavī →

dppn

…and Rājagaha. The Buddha goes from Sāvatthī to Kīṭāgiri, thence to Āḷavī, and finally, to Rājagaha. The Buddha, on several…

āḷavīgotama →

dppn

…thera, who is mentioned in the Sutta Nipāta Snp.1146 in a verse spoken by the Buddha to Piṅgiya when the Buddha appeared in a ray of…

āḷārakālāma →

dppn

…but who, when he hears the Buddha’s sermon, confesses faith in the Buddha. Pukkusa describes Āḷāra to the Buddha as one who practised great…

ṭaṅkitamañca →

dppn

…place near Gayā. It was the residence of the Yakkha Sūciloma and the Buddha once stayed there. Snp.p.47f. SN.i.206

near Gayā3shrine

abhisambodhi →

ncped

perfect understanding (of a Buddha); complete awakening.

abhisambuddha →

ncped

… 1. (act.) having understood; having attained complete understanding; become a Buddha. 2. (pass.) completely understood, realized

2….

abhisambujjhati →

ncped

attains perfect or complete understanding (of); becomes a Buddha.

akkhaṇa →

ncped

…circumstances (when one cannot take advantage of a Buddha being in the world)

anabhisambuddha →

ncped

not having attained complete understanding; not (yet) a Buddha

anubuddha →

ncped

  1. (pass.) realised, understood.
  2. (act.) understanding; enlightened.

anusāsanīpāṭiharīya →

ncped

the miracle of teaching (one of the three marvels of the Buddha).

apagabbha →

ncped

interpreted by the Buddha as apa + gabbha, describing one who has destroyed the possibility of rebirth) timid, lacking boldness; ? of low birth?.

ariya →

ncped

…people. 2. (mfn. & m.) noble, sublime, fine; belonging to the noble ones (used esp. of the Buddha’s teaching and followers, almost =…

cetiya →

ncped

…veneration connected with a Buddha; a funeral monument or thūpa (containing relics of a Buddha or arhat or king), especially a thūpa in a…

dasabala →

ncped

…& masculine possessing ten powers; the one who possesses ten powers, a buddha.

dasabala2

neuter pl. ten powers.

dhamma →

ncped

…or practice according to the Buddha ’s dhamma; a constituent of prescribed practice; an element of the teaching; a doctrine; appropriate and…

dhammacakka →

ncped

  1. the wheel or discuss of dhamma’s authority (esp. as initiated by the Buddha’s first teaching); the sway of dhamma.
  2. a wheel that is dhamma.

iddhipāṭihāriya →

ncped

marvel performed by supernatural power, a miracle; the miracle of supernatural power (one of the three marvels of the Buddha

isi →

ncped

…usually of non-buddhists, but sometimes applied to the Buddha himself or to bhikkhus).

jina →

ncped

…(of…

jātaka →

ncped

…a previous life of the Buddha (when he was a bodhisatta); the name of one of the nine categories (aṅgas) of the scriptures; one of the…

jātibhūmaka →

ncped

belonging to the Buddha’s birth place.

khaṇa →

ncped

…favorable circumstances (when one can take advantage of a Buddha being in the world).

nibbuddha →

ncped

wrestling; a wrestling match.

nātha →

ncped

protector, patron, lord; a husband; a prop, support; esp. the lord, the Buddha.

nāyaka →

ncped

guide, a leader; a chief, a lord; esp. a Buddha.

tathāgata →

ncped

…used

  1. by Gotama (a) of Buddhas generally, including himself; (b) specifically of himself.
  2. by others (a) of Buddhas generally, including…

tādi →

ncped

…who is unaffected, immoveable (so usually commentaries); (possibly) like that buddha; sometimes esp. as an epithet or designation of a/the buddha.

tādin →

ncped

…who is unaffected, immoveable (so usually commentaries); (possibly) like that buddha; sometimes esp. as an epithet or designation of a/the buddha.

upāsaka →

ncped

lay-follower, a lay-disciple (of the Buddha)

upāsikā →

ncped

female lay-follower, female lay-disciple (of the Buddha)

āvuso →

ncped

… 1. to lay-followers. 2. to each other (but not used by or to the Buddha, and later used only by a senior bhikkhu to a junior.

acinteyya →

nyana

…the potential range of a Buddha buddha - visaya, the potential range of the meditative absorptions jhāna - visaya, the potential…

ahirika-anottappa →

nyana

moha. Cf. Tab. II.

The Buddha pointed that: There are two evil things, namely, lack of moral shame and lack of fear of wongdoing A. II, 6. Not…

anattā →

nyana

…taught only by the Buddha, wherefore the Buddha is known as the anattā - vādi or ’Teacher of impersonality ’. Whosoever has not…

anicca →

nyana

…before his Parinibbāna, the Buddha reminded his Bhikkhus of the inevitable impermanence of all existence as a spur to earnest effort: Bhikkhus, I…

anicca-saññā →

nyana

…one takes refuge in the Buddha, his Dhamma-Teaching and the Sangha Community of Bhikkhus; or with a faithful heart observes the rules of…

anussati →

nyana

…and enlightened is the Buddha !!!

2: Perfectly formulated is this Buddha- Dhamma, visible right here and now, immediately…

appamāda →

nyana

…Vagga in Dhp., and the Buddha’s last exhortation: Transient are all constructions. Be Alert & Train! appamādenasampādetha D. 16 - In…

atta-kilamatha →

nyana

…whilst the Noble 8-fold path constitutes the Middle path majjhima - patipadā. See the Buddha’s first sermon, The Establishment of the Realm…

bala →

nyana

…are mentioned in the texts. - About the 10 powers of a Buddha, see: dasa - bala

bhikkhu →

nyana

…ordained disciple of the Buddha is called a Bhikkhu. Mendicant Bhikkhu may be suggested as the closest equivalent for Bhikkhu, literally it…

bhāvanā →

nyana

…and deliverance of mind. The Buddha therefore says: May you develop mental concentration, o Bhikkhus; for who is mentally concentrated, sees things…

bodhi →

nyana

…aspire either to become a Buddha, a Pacceka-Buddha, or an Arahat-disciple. This conception of a choice between three aspirations is, however,…

bodhipakkhiya-dhammā →

nyana

…the entire doctrines of the Buddha. They are:

the 4 foundations of awareness or mindfulness satipatthāna,
the 4 right efforts…

bodhisatta →

nyana

…to Buddhahood, a future Buddha. According to the traditional belief a Bodhisatta, before reaching his last birth as a Buddha on this earth, is…

buddha-sāsana →

nyana

Buddha-sāsana: see: sāsana

buddhānussati →

nyana

Buddhānussati: ‘recollection of the Enlightened One’; see: anussati

cakka →

nyana

…the Law’ and the name of the Buddha’s first sermon, Dhamma-cakkappavattana Sutta see: dhamma-cakka.

Another figurative meaning of C. is…

cakkhu →

nyana

…see: abhiññā,. the eye of understanding paññā - cakkhu the eye of a Buddha buddha- c., . the eye of all-round…

enlightened one →

nyana

[[enlightened one]]Enlightened one: the: Buddha; see: sammā - sambuddha.

independently enlightened →

nyana

[[independently enlightened]]Independently enlightened: pacceka - Buddha

pacceka-buddha →

nyana

…Buddha sammā - sambuddha. Paccekabuddhas are described as frugal of speech, cherishing solitude. According to tradition, they do not…

paramattha →

nyana

…that also statements of the Buddha couched in conventional language, are called ‘truth’ vohāra - sacca being correct on their own level,…

paramī →

nyana

…London 1957, Luzac & Co.; Buddhavamsa & Cariyapitaka. tr. by I. B. Horner Minor Anthologies III, Sacred Books of the Buddhists. PTS. - Narada…

paticcasamuppāda →

nyana

…diagram.

The purpose of the Buddha in teaching the p. was to show to suffering mankind how, depending on ignorance and confusion, this present…

paññatti-sīla →

nyana

…is a name for the disciplinary rules of the Bhikkhu or layman prescribed by the Buddha, as distinguished from natural or genuine morality…

powers →

nyana

…5 spiritual: see: bala - For the 6 higher p., see: abhiññna For the 10 p. of a Buddha, see: dasabala - For the 4 roads to…

puthujjana →

nyana

…2 the ‘worldling inside the Buddha’s Dispensation’ sāsanika A worlding who professes Buddhism, may be either a ‘blind worldling’ andha -…

puññā-dhārā →

nyana

…with unshakable faith in the Buddha, his doctrine and community of disciples, and by being perfect in morality A. IV, 51, 52. A. VIII, 39 describes…

pātihāriya →

nyana

…marvels are ascribed to the Buddha: the marvel of magic iddhi - p the marvel of mind-reading ādesanā - p and the marvel of instruction…

pūjā →

nyana

…See Dhp. 195f.

2: The Buddha did not think much of mere outer worship.;Not thus, Ananda, is the Tathāgata respected, venerated, esteemed,…

tathāgata →

nyana

…come’, is an epithet of the Buddha used by him when speaking of himself.

To the often asked questions, whether the Tathāgata still exists after…

theravāda →

nyana

…of the oldest form of the Buddha’s teachings, handed down to us in the Pāli language. According to tradition, its name is derived from the…

ti-ratana →

nyana

…venerable things, are the Buddha, the Dhamma and the Noble Sangha.’ i.e.: the Enlightened One; the law of deliverance discovered, realized and…

ti-sarana →

nyana

…is still the same as in the Buddha’s time, namely:

Buddham saranam gacchāmi
Dhammam saranam gacchāmi
Sangham saranam…

āloka-saññā →

nyana

…recommended by the Buddha to Mahā-Moggallāna A. VII, 58. According to D. 33, it is conducive to the development of ’knowledge and…

ānantarika-kamma →

nyana

…an Arahat, wounding a Buddha so he bleeds, creating schism in the Bhikkhu-Sangha. In A. V., 129 it is said:

There are 5 hateful and…

ānupubbī-kathā →

nyana

…teaching; given by the Buddha when it was necessary to first prepare the listener’s mind before speaking to him on the advanced teaching of…

abhi →

pts

…(= adhika-rūpa C.), ˚sambuddha wide and fully-awake, cp. abbhuddhunāti to shake greatly (adhikaṃuddh˚ C.)
■ As 1st part of…

abhihīta →

pts

…abhigīta with SS. So also for abhihita on p.51ʻSo enchanted was I by the Buddha’s rune’ The godlet ascribes a magic potency to the couplet.

abhinīhāra →

pts

…a. resolve to become a Buddha), Ja.i.15 (Buddhattāya); Pts.i.61 sq.; Pts.ii.121; Ne.26; Mil.216; Dhp-a.i.392; Dhp-a.ii.82 (kata˚).

abhi…

abhisambuddha →

pts

…fully-awakened, attained Buddhahood, realising enlightened (in or as to = acc.) Vin.i.1; DN.ii.4; MN.i.6 (sammāsambodhiṃ); SN.i.68, SN.i.138,…

abhisambuddhatta →

pts

thorough realisation, perfect understanding SN.v.433.

abstr. fr. abhisambuddha

abhisambujjhati →

pts

abhisambujjhati abhisameti, e.g. SN.ii.25; SN.iii.139
ppr med -sambudhāna; pp. -sambuddha -Caus. -sambodheti to make awake, to…

abhiṭhāna →

pts

…causing schisms, wounding a Buddha, following other teachers“. For other relations & suggestions see Dhs trsl.267
■ See also…

acchariya →

pts

…i.e. causally unconnected (cp. Goth. silda-leiks in similar meaning) Vv-a.329; and Buddhaghosa: accharā-yoggan ti acchariyaṃ accharaṃ…

agga →

pts

…self-restrained (of the Buddha Thag.354.

  • -dāna a splendid gift Vin.iii.39.
  • -dvāra main door…

agāra →

pts

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

ahosi-kamma →

pts

…is said to be a kamma inhibited by a more powerful one. See Buddhaghosa in Vism. Chap. xix.

ajjhiṭṭha →

pts

…(an˚ unbidden); DN.ii.289 (Buddhaghosa and text read ajjhitta); Snp.p.218 (= ajjhesita Cnd.16); Ja.vi.292 (= āṇatta C.); Dhp-a.iv.100 (variant…

alaṃ →

pts

…enough for me of the Buddha = I am tired of the B. Dhp-a.ii.34.

  • -attha (adj.) “quite the thing”, truly good,…

anoma →

pts

…unexcelled wisdom (Name of a Buddha) Ja.i.228.

  • -nāma of perfect name SN.i.33 (“by name the Peerless” Mrs. Rh. D.)…

anta →

pts

…phrase dukkhass’a (of the Buddha) MN.i.48, MN.i.531; AN.ii.2; AN.iii.400 sq.; Thag.195; Iti.18; Snp.32, Snp.337, Snp.539; Pp.71. In other…

antara →

pts

…occasion. As; interval in Buddhantaraṃ the time between the death of one Buddha and the appearance of another, Pv-a.10, Pv-a.14, Pv-a.21,…

anu →

pts

…ponkhânuponkhaṃ, buddhânubuddha vādânuvāda, seṭṭhânuseṭṭhi 5. As regards dialectical differences in meanings of prefixes, anu…

anubodhati →

pts

…fig. to make see to instruct Ja.vi.139 (˚ayamāna)
pp anubuddha (q.v.).

anu + budh

anubuddha →

pts

…or “wakened by the wake” (Mrs. Rh. D.) Thag.679 = Thag.1246. 2. a lesser Buddha, inferior than the Buddha DN-a.i.40. Cp…

anussati →

pts

…viz. Buddha˚, Dhamma˚, Saṅgha˚ sīla˚, cāga˚, devatā˚; i.e. proper attention to the Buddha the Doctrines, the…

anusāsanī →

pts

…by the commandments (of the Buddha Vin.ii.200; DN.i.212, DN.i.214; DN.iii.220; AN.i.170; AN.v.327; Ja.iii.323; Pts.ii.227 sq.

fr. anusāsati, cp….

anuvidita →

pts

…out, recognised; one who has found out or knows well Snp.528, Snp.530 (= anubuddha Snp-a.431). Same in B.Sk., e.g. Mvu.iii.398.

pp. of…

apadāna →

pts

…suttanta it refers to the 7 Buddhas. In the title Apadānaṃ, that is ʻthe stories’, it refers almost exclusively to Arahants. The other,…

apalibodha →

pts

Apalibuddha & Apalibodha

unobstructed, unhindered, free Ja.iii.381 (˚bodha); Mil.388; Dhp-a.iii.198.

a + palibuddha, pp. of pari + bṛh, see…

apalibuddha →

pts

Apalibuddha & Apalibodha

unobstructed, unhindered, free Ja.iii.381 (˚bodha); Mil.388; Dhp-a.iii.198.

a + palibuddha, pp. of pari + bṛh, see…

arahant →

pts

…under anāgāmin khīṇa, buddha. On the relationship of Buddha and Arahant see Dial. ii.1–3; iii.6. For riddles or word-play on the form…

araṇa →

pts

…Cp also the epithet of the Buddhas raṇañjaha] one who lives in seclusion, an anchoret, hermit; hence a harmless, peaceful person AN.i.24;…

asammosa →

pts

absence of confusion DN.iii.221 = Dhs.1366.

a + sammosa cp. B.Sk. asammoṣadharman epithet of the Buddha; Divy.49 etc

assattha →

pts

…the tree under which the Buddha attained enlightenment i.e. the Bo tree Vin.iv.35; DN.ii.4 (sammā-sambuddho assatthassa mūle abhisambuddho);…

atideva →

pts

…gods, usually epithet of the Buddha SN.i.141; Thag.489; Cnd.307 (cp adhi˚); Mil.277. atidevadeva id. Mil.203, Mil.209….

attha →

pts

…(atthassa ninnetar, of the Buddha, bringer of good); SN.iv.94 (id.); SN.i.34 (attano a. one’s own welfare), SN.i.55 (id. SN.i.86, SN.i.102,…

avadāniya →

pts

adjective stingy, niggardly Snp.774 (= Mnd.36 which explains as follows: avaṃ gacchanti ti pi avadāniyā; maccharino pi vuccanti avadāniyā; buddhānaṃ vacanaṃ n’âdiyantī ti avadāniyā. Snp-a.516 condens …

avajāta →

pts

adjective low-born, of low or base birth, fig of low character (opp. abhijāta) Snp.664 (= buddhassa avajātaputta Snp-a.479); Iti.63; Mil.359.

ava + jāta; cp. B.Sk. avajāta in meaning misborn, miscarriage

aṅga →

pts

…angāni assā ti) navanga Buddha-sāsana see nava 3. a constituent part as characteristic, prominent or distinguishing, a…

aṅkura →

pts

…Ja.vi.331 (Buddh ˚a nascent Buddha), Ja.vi.486; Dhs.617 (˚vaṇṇa); Mil.50, Mil.251 Mil.269; Sdhp.273; Mhvs.15, Mhvs.43.

cp. Sk. ankura, to…

aṭṭha →

pts

…most excellent voice (of the Buddha) DN.ii.211; Ja.i.95; Vv-a.217. Also in Buddh. Sk. aṣṭāngopeta svara of the voice of the Buddha, e.g. Sp….

bahiddhā →

pts

…outside the teaching of the Buddha (“outside this our doctrine”), e.g. at DN.i.157; SN.i.133; AN.iv.25; Dhs.1005.

fr. bahi, cp. Vedic…

bakkula →

pts

…1886,…

bala →

pts

…to in instructions of the Buddha about the constituents of the “Dhamma,” culminating in the eightfold Path, viz cattāro satipaṭṭhānā,…

bandhati →

pts

…to be obstructed: see palibuddhati).

I. Forms

■ Ind. 3rd pl bajjhare Thag.137;
■ pret….

bandhu →

pts

…of the Sun an epithet of the Buddha Vin.ii.296; AN.ii.17; Snp.54, Snp.915 Snp.1128, cp. Cnd.152#b; Vv.24#13; Vv.78#10, cp. Vv-a.116. Four kinds…

bandhumant →

pts

…Name of father of the Buddha Vipassin DN.ii.11 = Vism.433; f. bandhumatī Name of mother of the Buddha Vipassin ibid.; also Name of a town…

bhagavant →

pts

…Thus applied to the Buddha (amhākaṃ Bh. and his predecessors. Occurs with extreme frequency of fanciful exegetic explains of the term &…

bhava →

pts

…epithet of the Bhagavan Buddha Vism.210. -antara an existence interval, i.e. transition fr. one life to another, a…

bhojana →

pts

…distinction ascribed to the Buddha between gaṇabhojanaṃ, parampara-bhojanaṃ, atirittabhojanaṃ, anatirittabhojanaṃ mentioned at…

bimbi →

pts

…the Bodhi tree of the former Buddha Dhammadassin Ja.i.39; Ja.v.155. At Ja.vi.497, Ja.vi.498 the form is bimbajāla. The C. expln gives…

bindu →

pts

…the voice of Brahmā and of Buddha, cp. aṭṭhanga), which are given at DN.ii.211 DN.ii.227 as (saro hoti) vissaṭṭho ca viññeyyo ca mañjū…

bodha →

pts

…wisdom, enlightenment, Buddhaship DN.iii.54 (variant reading sam˚); Dhs-a.217; in phrase bodhāya maggo Ja.i.67; Mil.244, Mil.289; and in…

bodhaneyya →

pts

bodhaneyya-bandhavo the (Buddha’s) relations (or fellowmen) who are able to be enlightened Ja.i.345 = Dhp-a.i.367; Ja.v.335.

fr. bodheti,…

bodhi →

pts

…The Buddha is said to have found the Path followed by former Buddhas, who “catusu satipaṭṭhānesu…

bojjhaṅga →

pts

…or “insignia” of the Buddha Mil.330.

  • -kosalla proficiency in the constituents of wisdom Vism.248.

bodhi + anga;…

brahma →

pts

…with meditation on the Buddha practice of the uposatha abstinence AN.i.207. -kappa like Brahmā Thag.909….

brahmā →

pts

…with meditation on the Buddha practice of the uposatha abstinence AN.i.207. -kappa like Brahmā Thag.909….

brāhmaṇa →

pts

…truth AN.ii.176 (where the Buddha sets forth 4 such brahmin saccāni, different from the usual 4 ariyasaccāni)

fr. brahma; cp. Vedic…

buddhaka →

pts

… ■ The ˚ka belongs to the whole cpd.

fr. buddha

buddhati →

pts

to obstruct, withhold etc.: see pali˚.

buddhatta →

pts

…(sabbadhammānaṃ b.); Vism.209 (buddhattā Buddho) Mhbv.12. Cp. buddhatā and abhisambuddhatta.

abstr. fr. buddha

buddhatā →

pts

enlightenment, wisdom Dhp-a.iv.228; Thag-a.4 (Buddha-subuddhatā)
■ Cp. buddhatta.

abstr. fr. buddha

bujjhati →

pts

…Dhp-a.i.93
pp buddha (q.v.)
caus 1 bodheti (q.v.)
caus 2 bujjhāpeti to lead to…

bujjhitar →

pts

one who becomes enlightened or recognises Mnd.457 = Pts.i.174 = Vism.209 (bujjhitā saccāni, of the Buddha).

n. ag. of bujjhati

byāma →

pts

…to their full length, only in phrase -ppabhā a halo extending for a fathom around the Buddha Ja.i.12, Ja.i.90; Bv.i.45; Mil.75;…

bāhira →

pts

…outside the community of the Buddha; Brahmanic saintly life (thus equal to isi-pabbajjā. cp. bāhiraka˚). Ja.iii.352 Ja.iv.305. *…

bāhiraka →

pts

…of other teachers than the Buddha, esp. Brahmanic (cp. bāhira˚ and BSk. bāhirako mārgaḥ, e.g. Mvu.i.284; Mvu.ii.210; Mvu.ii.223) Ja.iii.364;…

cakkhu →

pts

…dhamma˚ brahma˚) 4. buddha˚: the eye of a Buddha or of complete intuition, i.e. of a person who “sees the heart of man, of a being…

cakkhumant →

pts

…to see shall see“ (of the Buddha) DN.i.85, DN.i.110, etc
■ Vin.i.16; SN.i.27; AN.i.116 AN.i.124; AN.iv.106; Dhp.273; Iti.108, Iti.115;…

canda →

pts

…like a full moon (of the Buddha) Dhp-a.iii.171. Canda is extremely frequent in similes & comparisens: see list in; J.P.T.S. 1907, 85 sq. In…

carati →

pts

…(vikāle na c. buddhā: the Buddhas do not graze at the wrong time).

  1. applied meaning:
    1. abs. to behave, conduct oneself Snp.1080;…

cetasa →

pts

…= SN.i.52; paraphrased by Buddhaghosa as sundaracetasa; pāpa˚ of a wicked mind, evil-minded SN.i.70 = SN.i.98; a˚ without mind SN.i.198;…

ceteti →

pts

Cinteti & ceteti

Forms

  1. cint:
    pres cinteti
    pot cinteyya;
    ppr cintento & cintayanto (Snp.834)
    aor cintesi, 3rd pl. cintesuṃ (Ja.i.149), acintayuṃ (Snp.258)
    ger ci …

cha →

pts

…chaḷanga); there are 6 buddha-dhammā (Cnd.466), 6 viññāṇakāyā (see upadhi); 6 senses & sense-organs (see…

chando →

pts

…Vedas Vin.ii.139 (chandaso buddhavacanaṃ āropeti to recite in metrical form, or acc. to Bdhgh. in the dialect of the Vedas cp. Vin. Texts

chaḷ →

pts

…chaḷanga); there are 6 buddha-dhammā (Cnd.466), 6 viññāṇakāyā (see upadhi); 6 senses & sense-organs (see…

cinteti →

pts

Cinteti & ceteti

Forms

  1. cint:
    pres cinteti
    pot cinteyya;
    ppr cintento & cintayanto (Snp.834)
    aor cintesi, 3rd pl. cintesuṃ (Ja.i.149), acintayuṃ (Snp.258)
    ger ci …

dakkhiṇeyya →

pts

…by a follower of the Buddha AN.iv.41, AN.iv.45; DN.iii.217;

  • -khetta the fruitful soil of a worthy recipient of a gift…

dametar →

pts

…of the untamed“ (of a Buddha) MN.ii.102; Thig.135.

n
■ ag. to dameti = Sk. damayitṛ, cp. Sk. damitṛ = Gr. (παν)δαμάτωρ…

damma →

pts

…(Ep. of the Buddha “the trainer of the human steer” DN.i.62 (misprint ˚dhamma˚) = DN.ii.93 = DN.iii.5; MN.ii.38; AN.ii.112;…

dasa →

pts

…powers, epithet of the Buddhas, esp. of Kassapa Buddha Vin.i.38 = Ja.i.84; SN.ii.27; Vism.193, Vism.391; Dhp-a.i.14; Vv-a.148, Vv-a.206,…

dasana →

pts

tooth Dāvs v.3 (d.dhātu, the tooth relic of the Buddha).

Sk. daśana to ḍasati

deva →

pts

…god above gods (Ep. of the Buddha) Cnd.307; Dhs-a.2 etc.; see under compounds

  1. the sky, but only in its rainy aspect, i.e. rain-cloud,…

dhamma →

pts

…revelation, awakening. The Buddha (like every great philosopher & other Buddhas preceding Gotama: ye pi te ahesuṃ atītaṃ addhānaṃ Arahanto…

dhammatā →

pts

conformity to the Dhammaniyāma (see niyāma), fitness, propriety; a general rule higher law, cosmic law, general practice, regular phenomenon usual habit; often used in the sense of …

dhāreti →

pts

…AN.iii.176; tipiṭakaṃ buddhavacanaṃ to know the 3 Piṭakas Mil.18
■ DN.ii.2; Pp.41 (suṇāti bhaṇati, dh. = remember). Cp….

dibba →

pts

…in a marked degree to the Buddha & other perfect beings (see cakkhumant) DN.i.82, DN.i.162; DN.ii.20 (yena sudaṃ…

disā →

pts

Soc. Gl. p. 173 E. Hardy, Buddha p. 18) Ja.iii.126, Ja.iii.267;

  • -kusala one who knows the directions Vin.ii.217; *…

diṭṭha →

pts

…taṃ Tathāgatena abhisambuddhaṃ“ of the cognitive powers of the Tathāgata DN.iii.134 = Cnd.276; Iti.121; DN.iii.232; Snp.1086,…

diṭṭhi →

pts

…latter is rejected by the Buddha as pāpa˚; (AN.iv.172) and pāpikā d. (opp bhaddikā: AN.v.212 sq.; Iti.26): Vin.i.98, Vin.i.323; Dhp.164;…

dukkha →

pts

…of ill,“ with ref. to the Buddha’s teaching or the higher wisdom, e.g. of brahmacariyā SN.ii.24; of paññā DN.iii.268; AN.iii.152 sq.; of…

dvi →

pts

…(only) two words, viz Buddha & Dhamma (cp. tevācika, saying the whole saraṇa-formula), Vin.i.4; Ja.i.81;…

dvittā →

pts

two or three SN.i.117 (perhaps we should read tad vittaṃ: Windisch, Māra & Buddha 108)

Sk. dvitrā; see dvi B I. 2a

dāna →

pts

…a liberal donor (defined by Buddhaghosa as: yaṁ dānaṁ deti tassa pati hutvā deti na dāso na sahāyo DN-a.i.298) DN.i.137 (+ saddho &…

gahapati →

pts

…in addresses. So used by the Buddha in enumerating the people as gahapati vā gah˚-putto vā aññatarasmiṃ vā kule paccājāto DN.i.62;…

gandha →

pts

…room or hut occupied by the Buddha, esp that made for him by Anāthapiṇḍika in Jetavana (Ja.i.92). Gotamassa g˚ Ja.ii.416, cp. Avs.ii.40#2…

gata →

pts

…gacchi or agamāsi): yo ca Buddhaṃ… saraṇaṃ gato (cp. gacchati 4) Dhp.190; attano vasanaṭṭhānaṃ gato he went to his domicile…

gati →

pts

…either a Cakkavatti or a Buddha) DN.ii.16 = Snp.p.106; Snp.1001, or of a gihī arahattaṃ patto Mil.264, with ref. to the distinction of the…

gaṇḍamba →

pts

…the tree, under which Gotama Buddha performed the double miracle; with ref. to this freq in phrase gaṇḍamba-rukkha-mūle

ghana →

pts

…palāsa (foliage) Pv-a.113; buddharasmiyo Ja.i.12; ˚maṃsa solid, pure flesh Dhp-a.i.80; ˚sāṭaka (thick cloth) Ja.i.292; ˚sañchanna…

ghosa →

pts

…utterance Vin.ii.155 (“Buddha”-ghosa); MN.i.294; AN.i.87, AN.i.228 Snp.p.106; Snp.696, Snp.698; Dhs.637, Dhs.720 (+ ghosa-kamma) 2….

gotta →

pts

…They are all assigned to the Buddha’s time. See also Rh. D. Dialogues i.27, 195 sq
■ jāti gotta lakkhaṇa Snp.1004; gotta salakkhaṇa…

guṇa →

pts

…sīla˚ Ja.i.213; Ja.ii.112; Buddha˚ Ja.ii.111; pabbajita Ja.i.59.

  • -aggatā state of having the best qualities,…

hetu →

pts

…precedent to becoming a Buddha Bv.ii.59 = Ja.i.14, Ja.i.44. 3. logic Mil.3.

  • -paccaya the moral causal relation, the…

iddhi →

pts

…of Iddhi. At DN.i.213 the Buddha is represented as saying: ʻIt is because I see danger in the practice of these mystic wonders that I loathe and…

inda →

pts

…narinda, Snp.863, all of the Buddha, ʻchief of men’; cp. Vism.491. [Europeans have found a strange difficulty in understanding the real relation…

isi →

pts

…the great Sages (i.e. Gotama Buddha as 7th in the sequence of Vipassin, Sikhin, Vessabhu Kakusandha, Koṇāgamana & Kassapa Buddhas)…

iti →

pts

…Bhagavatā “thus has the Buddha said” (see khuddaka and navanga) Vin.iii.8; MN.i.133; AN.ii.7, AN.ii.103; AN.iii.86,…

jina →

pts

…victorious, often of the Buddha, “Victor”: jitā me pāpakā dhammā tasmâhaṃ Upaka jino ti Vin.i.8 = MN.i.171; Vin.v.217; Snp.379,…

jāta →

pts

…said to be the colour of the Buddha j. Satthu-vaṇṇa. At AN.i.253 it is represented as the material for the suvaṇṇakāra (the…

jātaka →

pts

…of a previous birth of the Buddha as a wise man of old. In this sense it occurs as the name of one of the 9 categories or varieties of literary…

kalyāṇa →

pts

…spiritual adviser. The Buddha is the spiritual friend par excellence but any other Arahant can act as such SN.v.3 Vism.89, Vism.98, Vism.121;…

kamma →

pts

…kāya-k˚ (vacī˚ mano˚) Buddhassa ñāṇânuparivattati “all manifestation of deed (word & thought) are within the knowledge of Buddha”…

karuṇā →

pts

…k˚ pañña as epithet of Buddha Bdhd 1 karuṇaṃ dūrato katvā, without mercy, of the Yamadūtā messengers of Death Sdhp.287; mahā˚;…

kata →

pts

…end was made Vv-a.250 -buddha-kicca after he had done the obligations of a Buddha Vv-a.165, Vv-a.319; DN-a.i.2; -maraṇa after dying…

kañcana →

pts

…skin,“ epithet of the Buddha and one of the 32 signs of a great man (mahāpurisa-lakkhaṇa) DN.ii.17; DN.iii.143, DN.iii.159; MN.ii.136;…

kaḍḍhana →

pts

…to the self-denial of missionary theras following Gotama Buddha’s example Mhvs.12, Mhvs.55.

kesa →

pts

…the hair-relic (of the Buddha) Ja.i.81; -nivāsin covered only with hair of Petas (: keseh’ eva…

keṭubha →

pts

explained by Buddhaghosa DN-a.i.247 as “the science which assists the officiating priests by laying down rules for the rites, or by leaving them…

khagga →

pts

…the rh.“ Esp. of a Paccekabuddha (cp. Divy.294, Divy.582), also at Vism.234.

Sk. khaḍga; perhaps to Lat. clades and gladius; cp. also…

khanti →

pts

Khanti & Khantī

f. patience, forbearance, forgiveness. Def. at Dhs.1341: khantī khamanatā adhivāsanatā acaṇḍikkaṃ anasuropo attamanatā cittassa Most frequent combinations: with *[mettā](/define/mettā …

khantī →

pts

Khanti & Khantī

f. patience, forbearance, forgiveness. Def. at Dhs.1341: khantī khamanatā adhivāsanatā acaṇḍikkaṃ anasuropo attamanatā cittassa Most frequent combinations: with *[mettā](/define/mettā …

khattar →

pts

…answer all his questions“) Buddhaghosa evidently connects it with katheti, to speak, respond = katthā; gādhaṃ k˚ AN.ii.107 = Pp.43 variant…

khattiya →

pts

…such social divisions in the Buddha’s time is discussed in Dialogues i.97–107and it is there shown that whenever they are referred to in lists…

khaṇa →

pts

…presence on earth of a Buddha, etc., in compounds: cuti-kkhaṇo Bdhd 106; paṭisandhi˚ Pts.ii.72 sq.; Bdhd 59, 77, 78; uppatti˚ Vb.411…

khetta →

pts

…“a region in which a Buddha may be born (Hardy, after Childers s. khetta) Pv-a.138. Cp. the threefold division of a Buddha-kkhetta at…

kitti →

pts

…esp. applied to the Buddha, whose fame is heralded before him: Bhagavantaṃ Gotamaṃ evaṃ kalyāṇo k˚-saddo abbhuggato “the high…

kittī →

pts

…esp. applied to the Buddha, whose fame is heralded before him: Bhagavantaṃ Gotamaṃ evaṃ kalyāṇo k˚-saddo abbhuggato “the high…

kolāhala →

pts

buddha˚; (of a Buddha), maṅgala˚; (that a Buddha will pronounce the “εὐαγγέλιον”), moneyya˚ (that a monk will…

kosa →

pts

…as to this item to the Buddha DN.i.106 (in the Cy DN-a.i.275, correct the misprint kesa into kosa) DN.ii.17; Snp.1022 pp….

kurundī →

pts

Name of one of the lost SS commentaries on the Vinaya, used by Buddhaghosa (cp. Vin. Texts i.258 ii.14).

kusala →

pts

adjective

  1. (adj.) clever, skilful, expert; good, right, meritorious MN.i.226; Dhp.44; Ja.i.222 Esp. appl. in moral sense (= puñña), whereas akusala is practically equivalent to pāpa. ekam pi ce pāṇ …

kāla →

pts

…of others than the Buddha: MN.ii.66. Modern editors and lexicographers see in susu˚ the Sk. śiśu young of an animal, cub, overlooking…

kāma →

pts

…in vivid colours in the Buddha’s discourse on pains of pleasures MN.i.85 and parallel passages (see e.g. Cnd.199), how kāma is the cause of…

kāruṇika →

pts

…Pv.ii.1#13; Pv-a.16; Bdhd 49; often with mahā˚: of great mercy Sdhp.330, Sdhp.557; so of the Buddha: mahākāruṇika nātha “the Saviour…

kāya →

pts

…with a perfect body (of the Buddha) Snp.548 Thag.818; cp. mahā-k˚ (of Brahmins) Snp.298. The body of a Buddha is said to be endowed with the 32…

kāḷa →

pts

…of others than the Buddha: MN.ii.66. Modern editors and lexicographers see in susu˚ the Sk. śiśu young of an animal, cub, overlooking…

kāṭa-koṭacikā →

pts

Kāṭa-koṭacikā

a low term of abuse, “pudendum virile & muliebre” Vin.iv.7 (buddhagh Vin.iv.354: kātan ti purisa-nimittaṃ); cp. Morris, J.P.T.S. 1884, 89.

kāṭa + koṭacikā

laggita →

pts

…obstructed Ja.iv.11. Often in exegetical style in sequence lagga laggita, palibuddha, e.g. Cnd.p.188 (s. v. nissita) cp. No. 107.

pp. of lag(g)ati

lakkhaṇa →

pts

…or a sammā-sambuddha. These are given at Snp.1019 (pl. lakkhanā), Snp.1021, Snp.1022 as only 3 (viz. mukhaṃ jivhāya chādeti,…

loka →

pts

…of the world, epithet of the Buddha Snp.995; Vism.201, Vism.234; Vv-a.165; Pv-a.42, Pv-a.287. -nāyaka guide or leader of…

lola →

pts

…Snp.22, Snp.922; Ja.i.49 (buddha-mātā lolā na hoti), Ja.i.111, Ja.i.210, Ja.i.339 (dhana-loḷa); Ja.ii.319 (˚manussa), Ja.iii.7; Pp.65;…

loḷa →

pts

…Snp.22, Snp.922; Ja.i.49 (buddha-mātā lolā na hoti), Ja.i.111, Ja.i.210, Ja.i.339 (dhana-loḷa); Ja.ii.319 (˚manussa), Ja.iii.7; Pp.65;…

līḷhā →

pts

…Dhp-a.iii.79. So in phrase Buddhalīḷhāya dhammaṃ deseti “to expound the doctrine with the Buddha’s mastery” Ja.i.152, Ja.i.155…

magga →

pts

…the corner-stone of the Buddha’s teaching as to the means of escaping “dukkha” or the ills of life. It consists of 8 constituents viz….

mahant →

pts

…female follower (of the Buddha) Vv-a.5.

  • -karuṇā great compassion Dhp-a.i.106 Dhp-a.i.367. *…

mana(s) →

pts

…feeling (towards the Buddha) Dhp-a.i.28 -pubbaṅgama directed by mind, dominated by thought (see…

mano →

pts

…feeling (towards the Buddha) Dhp-a.i.28 -pubbaṅgama directed by mind, dominated by thought (see…

manta →

pts

…etc.); Mhvs.5, Mhvs.109 (Buddha˚ the “mantra” of the B.), Mhvs.147 (id.). 3. divine utterance, a word with supernatural power, a charm,…

mañju →

pts

…of Brahmā’s & the Buddha’s voice: see bindu & aṭṭhanga); Ja.ii.150
■ (nt. a sweet note Ja.vi.591 (of the…

maññati →

pts

…he thinks fit, we wait the Buddha’s pleasure, i.e. let it be time to go [so also BSk. manyate kālaṃ, e.g. Divy.50, Divy.64 etc.] DN.i.189….

maṇḍa →

pts

…of Enlightenment or of the Buddha“ (does it stand for ˚maṇḍala in this meaning?) Ja.iv.233 (cp. puthavi-maṇḍa ibid. &…

mita →

pts

…Sdhp.255 Also Name of a Buddha.

mukha →

pts

…pahūta-jivha, of the Buddha or Mahāpurisa) Ja.ii.7; DN-a.i.287 (uttāna˚ clear mouthed, i.e. easy to understand, cp. DN.i.116); Pv-a.11,…

muni →

pts

…Buddhism & is applied by the Buddha to any man attaining perfection in self-restraint and insight. So the word is capable of many-sided…

māmaka →

pts

…to, loving Snp.806 (= Buddha˚, Dhamma˚ Sangha˚ Mnd.125; = mamāyamāna Snp-a.534), Snp.927 (same expln at Mnd.382); Mil.184…

māra →

pts

…see Windisch Māra & Buddha;); Mnd.439; Dhp-a.iv.71 (Māravatthu & freq
■ See e.g. Snp.32, Snp.422, Snp.429 sq., Snp.1095, Snp.1103;…

mārisa →

pts

… ■ pl. mārisā Snp.682; Ja.i.47, Ja.i.49; Vism.415; Pv-a.75. Explained by Buddhaghosa to mean niddukkha K.S. i.2 n.

perhaps identical…

naga →

pts

…passe āsīna, of the Buddha); Snp.180 (= devapabbata royal mountain Snp-a.216; or should it mean “forest”?); Thag.41 (˚vivara),…

nahātaka →

pts

…Dhp.422 (expl. at Dhp-a.iv.232 with ref. to perfection in the Buddha’s teaching: catusaccabuddhatāya buddha); cp. Snp.521 (one who has…

namo →

pts

…Bhagavato Arahato Sammāsambuddhassa) Snp.540, Snp.544; Pv-a.1, Pv-a.67.

Ved. namas, cp. Av. nəmo prayer; Gr. νέμος, Lat. nemus (see…

nara →

pts

…best of men (Ep. of the Buddha) SN.i.23; DN.iii.147; Snp.1021;

  • -deva god-man or man-god (pl.), gods, also epithet of the…

nava →

pts

…Dhp-a.ii.65. 2. navangabuddhasāsana “the 9 fold teaching of Buddha,” i.e. the 9 divisions of the Buddh. Scriptures according to their…

nibbuddha →

pts

wrestling, fist-fight DN.i.6 (= mallayuddhaṃ DN-a.i.85); Dhs-a.403.

Sk. niyuddha, pp. of nibbujjhati

nibbujjhati →

pts

…to explain: niy˚ = niyy˚ = nivv˚ =…

nibbāna →

pts

…Pischel, Leben & Lehre des Buddha; 71; Mrs. Rh. Davids, Buddhism 176; Neumann Lieder 298). pajjotass’ eva nibbānaṃ like the going out…

nimmita →

pts

…Vism.228 (Mārena nimmitaṃ Buddharūpaṃ); Vv-a.36 (= mitaṃ gacchati vāraṇo), Vv-a.79 Thag-a.69, Thag-a.70; Mil.1, Mil.242. See also…

ninnetar →

pts

…(c. gen.) bringer of, giver, usually in phrase atthassa n. (bringer of good: “Heilbringer”) of the Buddha SN.iv.94; MN.i.111; AN.v.226 sq.,…

nirutti →

pts

…sakāya niruttiyā Buddhavacanaṃ dūsenti); DN.i.202 (loka˚, expression); MN.iii.237 (janapada˚); SN.iii.71 (tayo n-pathā);…

nisabha →

pts

…best of men epithet of the Buddha SN.i.28, SN.i.48, SN.i.91; MN.i.386; Ja.v.70 Ja.vi.526; Vv.16#7 (isi˚), cp. Vv-a.83 for expln;…

nāga →

pts

…Snp.421, Snp.518. Of the Buddha: Snp.522, Snp.845 Snp.1058, Snp.1101; Mil.346 (Buddha˚).

  1. The Nāga-tree (now called “iron-wood tree,”…

nātha →

pts

…of the world (Ep. of the Buddha) Snp.995; Pv-a.42
anātha helpless, unprotected, poor Ja.i.6 (nāthânāthā rich…

nāyaka →

pts

…mostly as epithet of the Buddha (loka˚ “Lord of the World” Snp.991 (loka˚); Mhvs.vii.1 (id.); Sdhp.491 (tilokassa) bala-nāyakā gang…

nīla →

pts

…of the 5 colours of the Buddha’s eye: nīla pītaka lohitaka kaṇha odāta (Cnd.235, Ia under cakkhumā); which goes even so far…

odāta →

pts

…DN.ii.18 (uṇṇā, of the Buddha), DN.iii.268; AN.iii.239; AN.iv.94, AN.iv.263, AN.iv.306, AN.iv.349; AN.v.62; Dhs.617 = (in enumeration of…

otāra →

pts

…his chance’ to tempt the Buddha or the disciples, MN.i.334; SN.i.122; SN.iv.178, SN.iv.185; Dhp-a.iii.121. (avatāraṃ labhati Divy.144,…

pabbajati →

pts

…p. to become an ascetic in (Buddhas) religion, to embrace the religion (& practice) of the Buddha Ja.i.56; Pv-a.12 pabbajjaṃ pabbajati to go…

pabbajjā →

pts

…or admission into the Buddha’s Order in particular: Vin.iii.13; SN.i.161 etc-sāmanera˚ ordination of a Novice, described in full at…

pabbājeti →

pts

…a bhikkhu, to take into the (Buddha’s) order, to ordain Vin.i.82 (description of ordination of a novice), Vin.i.97; Vin.iii.12; Vin.iv.129;…

pabhaṅkara →

pts

…(often as epithet of the Buddha) SN.i.51 (quoted at Vv-a.116), SN.i.210; AN.ii.51 sq.; Iti.80; Ja.iii.128; Snp.991, Snp.1136 (= ālokakara…

pabuddha →

pts

awakened SN.i.143 (sutta˚ from sleep awakened), Ja.i.50; Vv-a.65.

pp. of pabujjhati

pabujjhati →

pts

…Ja.i.61; Ja.ii.103 Ja.iv.431 (opp. niddāyati); DN-a.i.140
pp pabuddha (q.v.).

pa + bujjhati

paccagū →

pts

…Windisch, Māra & Buddha; trsls “unter M’s Herrschaft,” and refers paṭṭhagu to Sk. pātyagāḥ. Bdhgh (see…

paccakkhāti →

pts

…usually in connection with Buddhaṃ, dhammaṃ sikkhaṃ or similar terms of a religious-moral nature Vin.iii.25; SN.ii.231, SN.ii.271;…

pacceka →

pts

…See also pāṭekka.

  • -buddha one enlightened by himself, i.e. one who has attained to the supreme and perfect insight, but…

pacchā →

pts

…The one accompanying Gotama Buddha is Ānanda Vin.i.46 Vin.iii.10 (Ānanda); Vin.iv.78 (id.); Ud.90 (Nāgasamāla) Ja.iv.123; Mil.15 (Nāgasena);…

pada →

pts

…track Dhp.179 (of a Buddha, cp. Dhp-a.iii.194 & Dhp-a.iii.197); Ja.i.170 (footmark), Ja.ii.154; in redupl
■ iterative formation…

paduma →

pts

-uttara Name of Buddha Snp-a.341, Snp-a.455 etc.

palibodha →

pts

…referred to at Dhs-a.168
■ See also sam˚.

see palibuddhati

palibuddha →

pts

obstructed, hindered, stopped; being kept back or delayed, tarrying Ja.ii.417 Cnd.107 (paliveṭhita +); Mil.388 (ākāso a˚) Mil.404; Dhp-a.iii.198. Often in phrase lagga laggita p. Cnd.88 Cnd.107, C …

palibuddhati →

pts

…Cnd.657; Mil.263

pp palibuddha (q.v.).

the etym. offered by Andersen, Pāli Reader s. v. palibuddha, viz….

palibujjhati →

pts

paliveṭhita →

pts

…encircled, fettered Cnd.107 (˚veṭṭh˚, combined with laggita & palibuddha); Ja.iv.436; Ja.vi.89. Cp. sam˚.

pp. of paliveṭheti

pamukha →

pts

…freq. in phrase Buddha˚ bhikkhusangha, e.g. Vin.i.213; Snp.p.111; Pv-a.19, Pv-a.20. Cp. pāmokkha.

pa +…

panna →

pts

…fight is over (Ep of the Buddha), cp. BSk. prapātito māna-dhvajaḥ Lal.448 (with derivation from pat instead of pad cp. papātana)…

panta →

pts

…from men, epithet of the Buddha MN.i.386.

cp. Epic Sk. prānta edge, margin, border, pra + anta; also BSk. prānta in meaning of Pali, e.g….

para →

pts

…(to the religion of the Buddha), enemies, opponents (like Vedic pare DN.i.2 (= paṭiviruddhā sattā DN-a.i.51); Vin.i.349; Dhp.6 3. some…

parama →

pts

adjective highest, most excellent, superior, best paraphrased by agga seṭṭha visiṭṭha at Cnd.502 A Mnd.84, Mnd.102 (the latter reading viseṭṭha for visiṭṭha); by uttama at Dhp-a …

paribhoga →

pts

…shrine etc., used by the Buddha, consequently sacred Kp-a.222.;

  • -dhātu a relic consisting of something used by the dead…

parinibbuta →

pts

…It is usually applied to the Buddha, or the Tathāgata, but also to Theras & Arahants who have by means of moral & intellectual perfection destroyed…

parinibbāti →

pts

…Pv-a.283 (of a Paccekabuddha). 3. to become emancipated from all desire of life DN.ii.68 (cp. Dial. ii.65 & Brethren 417); SN.iv.102…

parinibbāyati →

pts

…Pv-a.283 (of a Paccekabuddha). 3. to become emancipated from all desire of life DN.ii.68 (cp. Dial. ii.65 & Brethren 417); SN.iv.102…

parisā →

pts

…other four, representing the Buddha’s Order (bhikkhu˚, bhikkhunī˚, upāsaka˚, upāsikā˚, or the assembly of bhikkhus, nuns, laymen and…

pariyatti →

pts

…nine divisions (see navanga Buddha-sāsana) Kp-a.191, Kp-a.193; Snp-a.328; Pv-a.2; cp. ˚sāsana.

pariyāputa →

pts

…also pariyatta2.

pp. of…

pariyāpuṇana →

pts

mastery over, accomplishment in (gen.) Vism.442 (Buddhavacanassa).

abstr. formn fr. pariyāpuṇāti

pariṇāyaka →

pts

…Divy.217; Senart, Lég. de Buddha p. 42), i.e. a wonderful Adviser DN.i.89; DN.ii.17, DN.ii.177; MN.i.220; MN.ii.175; AN.iii.151 Snp.p.106 (cp….

pasanna →

pts

…Vv.5#9; Snp.698; Dhp.368 (Buddha-sāsane) Ja.ii.111; Dhp-a.i.60 (Satthari). Often combined with saddha (having faith)…

pañca →

pts

…sorts of vision (of a Buddha): maṃsa˚ dibba˚ paññā˚ buddha˚ samanta˚ -taṇhā cravings, specified in 4 sets of 5 each: see…

paññā →

pts

…of extraordinary sight of a Buddha ‣See under cakkhumant) DN.iii.219 SN.v.467 Iti.52 Nd1.354 Cnd.235

  • -dada

paṭhama →

pts

…just“ Vin.i.1 (˚âbhisambuddha having just attained Buddhaship); DN.iii.253 (˚âbhinibbatta), Snp.420 (˚uppattika “in his first youth”)…

paṭibuddha →

pts

awakened, awake Snp.807.

pp. of paṭibujjhati

paṭibujjhati →

pts

…know, AN.iii.105 sq.; Thag-a.74; Pv-a.43, Pv-a.128
pp paṭibuddha (q.v.).

paṭi + bujjhati

paṭipadā →

pts

…sense The path (of the Buddha), leading to the destruction of all ill & to the bliss of Nibbāna (see specified under magga, ariyamagga,…

phala →

pts

…in simile of the Buddha’s fruit-shop, viz. sotāpatti˚, sakadāgāmi˚, anāgāmi˚ arahatta˚, suññata˚ samāpatti (cp. Cpd.

pihā →

pts

…(Bhagavantaṃ disvā Buddha-bhāvāya pihaṃ anuppādetvā thita-satto nāma n’ atthi)
■ adj apiha without desire SN.i.181.

fr….

piṇḍa →

pts

…Davids

Dialogues of the Buddha

i.68 (translation “camp-follower”); Franke, Dīgha translation 531 translation…

pubba →

pts

…signs at the conception of a Buddha, given in detail on p. 51), Ja.i.48 Mil.298 (of prophetic dreams cp.

Compendium

p. 48) Vb-a.407 (in…

puggala →

pts

…dosa˚, moha˚, saddhā˚, buddha˚ vitakka˚ Vism.102; 7 ubhato-bhāga-vimutta, paññāvimutta etc. DN.iii.105; 8 AN.iii.212; SN.v.343 19…

purisa →

pts

…(q.v.). Var. Epithets of the Buddha e.g. at SN.i.28 sq
Kāpurisa a contemptible man; kimpurisa a wild man of the…

puthavī →

pts

…(of the bodhimaṇḍa the Buddha’s seat under the holy fig tree Ja.iv.232; -maṇḍala the round of the earth Snp.990-As…

puthuvī →

pts

…(of the bodhimaṇḍa the Buddha’s seat under the holy fig tree Ja.iv.232; -maṇḍala the round of the earth Snp.990-As…

putta →

pts

… ■ Metaph. “sons of the Buddha” SN.i.192 Thag.1237 (sabbe Bhagavato puttā); Iti.101 (me tumhe puttā orasā mukhato jātā dhammajā),…

pāsāda →

pts

…Ja.v.426, Ja.v.577. The Buddha’s 3 castles at DN.ii.21; AN.i.145; Ja.vi.289. See also J.P.T.S. 1907, 112 (p. in similes).

pa + ā +…

pāvacana →

pts

word, esp. the word of the Buddha DN.i.88; SN.ii.259; Thag.587; Thag.2, Thag.457.

pa + vacana, with lengthening of first a (see Geiger,

Pali…

pāṭihāriya →

pts

…marvels which characterise a Buddha with regard to his teaching (i.e. superhuman power, mind reading, giving instruction) DN.i.212 DN.iii.3f.

rasmi →

pts

…Also in cpd. buddha-rasmi the ray of enlightenment, the halo around a Buddha, consisting of 6 colours (chabbaṇṇa) Ja.i.444,…

ratana →

pts

…Doctrine, the Church and the Buddha [cp. BSk ratna-traya Divy.481], e.g. Mhvs.5, Mhvs.81; Vb-a.284; Vv-a.123; Pv-a.1, Pv-a.49, Pv-a.141.

*…

raṃsi →

pts

…Also in cpd. buddha-rasmi the ray of enlightenment, the halo around a Buddha, consisting of 6 colours (chabbaṇṇa) Ja.i.444,…

ruccati →

pts

…Snp.565 (etañ ce r. bhoto buddha-sāsanaṃ); with khamati to be pleased and to approve of, MN.ii.132; often used by Bdhgh in C. style yathā r….

rukkha →

pts

…with ref. to the Buddha). -˚gata one who undertakes living at the foot of a tree (as an ascetic) AN.iii.353; AN.v.109 sq., AN.v.207,…

rājan →

pts

…is used as epithet of the Buddha Snp.554 (rāj’ âham asmi dh-.r. anuttaro); Ja.i.262; and a reflection of the higher sphere is seen in the…

rājā →

pts

…is used as epithet of the Buddha Snp.554 (rāj’ âham asmi dh-.r. anuttaro); Ja.i.262; and a reflection of the higher sphere is seen in the…

sacca →

pts

…his name, Cp. of the Buddha Snp.1133, cp. Cnd.624.

  • -ādhitthāna determined on truth MN.iii.245; DN.iii.229.
  • -ānupaṭṭi

sakya →

pts

…(belonging to the Sakya son) in general meaning of “a (true) follower of the Buddha,” AN.iv.202; Vin.i.44; Ud.44; ; not a follower of…

salla →

pts

…simile); Kp-a.21 (id.). The Buddha is the best surgeon Snp.560; Mil.215.

  • -kattiya surgery DN.i.12 (T. ˚ka) DN-a.i.98. *…

samanta →

pts

…an epithet of the Buddha MN.i.168; Vin.i.5; Snp.345, etc.; Mil.111; Mnd.360.

samavattakkhandha →

pts

…one of the lakkhaṇas of a Buddha DN.ii.18; DN.iii.144, DN.iii.164; Dial. ii.15: “his bust is equally rounded.”

sama + vatta + kh., but…

samaṇa →

pts

…by eight sukhas Ja.i.7; the Buddha is often mentioned and addressed by non-Buddhists as Samaṇa: thus DN.i.4, DN.i.87; Snp.p.91, Snp.p.99;…

sambuddha →

pts

…easily understood Snp.764. 2. one who has thoroughly understood, being enlightened, a Buddha Snp.178 etc., Snp.559; AN.ii.4; Dhp.181; SN.i.4; Iti.35…

sambujjhati →

pts

…+…

sammā →

pts

-sambuddha perfectly enlightened, a universal Buddha Vin.i.5; DN.i.49; Dhp.187; Ja.i.44; Dhp-a.i.445; Dhp-a.iii.241;…

sampadā →

pts

…bliss (viz. faith in the Buddha, keeping the 5 sīlas, liberality, higher wisdom) at AN.iv.284 = AN.iv.324 Another set of 5 frequently mentioned…

samucchati →

pts

…samucchissatha (Conditional) DN.ii.63.

derivation and meaning uncertain; Windisch, Buddha’s Geburt, p. 39, n.1 derives it fr. saṃ +…

samāpatti →

pts

…necessary for becoming a Buddha Ja.i.14; acquired by the Buddha Ja.i.66 the nine attainments, the preceding and the trance of cessation of…

saraṇa →

pts

…the three refuges—the Buddha, the Dhamma, and the Brotherhood AN.i.56; DN.i.145; Ja.i.28; usually combined with verbs like…

sarīra →

pts

…a body relic (of the Buddha) Mhvs.13, Mhvs.167; Vv-a.165, Vv-a.269.

  • -pabhā lustre of the body Dhp-a.i.106 *…

sattha →

pts

…used as epithet of the Buddha SN.i.192; Iti.80, Iti.108; Vin.i.6. In exegesis of term Satthā at Mnd.446 = Cnd.630 =…

satthar →

pts

par excellence is the Buddha DN.i.110 DN.ii.128; DN.iii.119 sq.; AN.iii.248; AN.iv.120, AN.iv.460; Snp.153, Snp.545 Snp.955 (see exegesis in…

sayaṃ →

pts

…an epithet of a Buddha Bv.xiv.1 = Ja.i.39; Mil.214, Mil.227, Mil.236; Vism.234; Snp-a.106 (f. abstr sayambhutā), Snp-a.135. *…

saṅgha →

pts

…gaṇa)

■ On the formula Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha see dhamma C 2.

  • -ānussati meditation on the Order (a…

saṅgāyati →

pts

…to rehearse, to establish the text of the B. scriptures Vin.ii.285; DN-a.i.25 (Buddha-vacanaṃ)
pp…

saṅkhāra →

pts

…“Gestaltungen,” Buddha 71920, p. 254), we imply the mental “constitutional element as well as the physical, although the…

saṅkhāta →

pts

…of the paccekabuddha), Snp.1038 (˚dhammā = vuccanti arahanto khīṇāsavā Cnd.618#a), Dhp.70 (T. sankhata˚, but Dhp-a.ii.63…

sela →

pts

…made of rock (crystal?), of the bowl of the Buddha Snp-a.139, Snp-a.159.

fr. silā

siri →

pts

…Vv-a.323 (instr. buddha-siriyā). rajjasirī-dāyikā devatā the goddess which gives prosperity to the kingdom Dhp-a.ii.17; *sirī…

sirī →

pts

…Vv-a.323 (instr. buddha-siriyā). rajjasirī-dāyikā devatā the goddess which gives prosperity to the kingdom Dhp-a.ii.17; *sirī…

sota →

pts

…phases (angas): faith in the Buddha, the Dhamma, and the Order, and, further, the noble Sīlas SN.ii.68 sq.; SN.v.362 sq.; AN.iii.12; AN.iv.405;…

soṇa →

pts

…kind of tree; the Bodhi trees of the Buddhas Paduma and Nārada Bv.ix.22; Bv.x.24; Ja.i.36,…

su →

pts

…Ja.iii.313. -sambuddha easy to understand Vin.i.5; Snp.764; SN.i.136. -sāyaṇha a good,…

sucimant →

pts

adjective pure, an epithet of the Buddha AN.iv.340.

suci + mant

sugata →

pts

…a Buddha-span, a span of the accepted length Vin.iii.149; Vin.iv.173.

  • -vinaya the discipline of…

supina →

pts

…The five dreams of the Buddha AN.iii.240; Ja.i.69 dussupina an unpleasant dream Ja.i.335; Pv-a.105 (of Ajātasattu); maṅgala˚; a lucky…

suta →

pts

…far-renowned (Ep. of the Buddha Snp.353.

pp. of suṇāti; cp. Vedic śruta

Suta2

son Mhvs.1, Mhvs.47; fem. sutā daughter,…

sutta →

pts

…SN.iv.169. In phrase --pabuddha “awakened from sleep” referring to the awakening (entrance) in the deva-world, e.g. Vism.314…

sāsana →

pts

…sq. the doctrine of the Buddha Vin.i.12; DN.i.110; DN.ii.206; AN.i.294; Dhp.381; Snp.482 etc.; Ja.i.116. sāsanaṃ āroceti to give a…

sīha →

pts

…play, the attitude of the Buddhas and Arahants Ne.2, Ne.4, Ne.7, Ne.124.

  • -seyyā lying like a lion, on the right side…

sīla →

pts

…to the teaching of the Buddha (saraṇaṃgamana) and as such often mentioned when a new follower is “officially” installed, e.g….

tama →

pts

…freq. as epithet of the Buddha or other sages Snp.1133, Snp.1136; Iti.32, Iti.108; Cnd.281; Vv.35#2 (= Vv-a.161); Mil.1, Mil.21, etc.; *…

tapa →

pts

…This was condemned by the Buddha: Gotamo sabbaṃ tapaṃ garahati tapassiṃ lūkhajīviṃ upavadati DN.i.161 = SN.iv.330 anattha-sañhitaṃ…

tapo →

pts

…This was condemned by the Buddha: Gotamo sabbaṃ tapaṃ garahati tapassiṃ lūkhajīviṃ upavadati DN.i.161 = SN.iv.330 anattha-sañhitaṃ…

tappetar →

pts

…& satisfying others AN.i.87; Pp.27 (of a Sammāsambuddha).

n. ag. to tappeti

tathāgata →

pts

…uncertain. Buddhaghosa (DN-a.i.59–DN-a.i.67) gives eight explanations showing that there was no fixed tradition on the point,…

taya →

pts

…the triad of gems (the Buddha, the Norm. & the Community) see ratana e.g. Pv-a.1, Pv-a.49, Pv-a.141
■…

te →

pts

…of the Vedas] or of the Buddha Arahants, as defined at AN.i.164 sq., viz. 1 remembrance of former births, 2 insight into the (future) destiny…

teja →

pts

…with that of the Buddha); Dhp.387 (sabbaṃ ahorattiṃ Buddho tapati tejasā); Ja.iii.53 (sīla˚); Ja.i.93 (puñña˚ the power of…

tejo →

pts

…with that of the Buddha); Dhp.387 (sabbaṃ ahorattiṃ Buddho tapati tejasā); Ja.iii.53 (sīla˚); Ja.i.93 (puñña˚ the power of…

thera →

pts

…to the bhikkhus of Gotama Buddha’s community
(adj.) senior Vin.i.47, Vin.i.290 (th. bhikkhū opp. navā bh.), Vin.i.159 (th bhikkhu a senior…

thūpa →

pts

…a Tathāgatasāvaka a Paccekabuddha, a Cakkavattin DN.ii.143; AN.ii.245
■ At Dpvs.vi.65 th. is to be corrected into dhūpaṃ.

Vedic stūpa,…

ti →

pts

…Bhagavatā “thus has the Buddha said” (see khuddaka and navanga) Vin.iii.8; MN.i.133; AN.ii.7, AN.ii.103; AN.iii.86,…

tiṃsaṃ →

pts

…(of Konāgamana Buddha) DN.ii.3; t
■ mattāni vassāni Mil.15; t
■ vassasahassāni Pv-a.281 = Dhp-a.ii.10. So of an immense…

tādin →

pts

…Dhp.96; with ref. to the Buddha DN.ii.157 ≈ (ṭhitacittasa tādino, in BSk. sthiracittasya tāyinaḥ Avs.ii.199); Vv.18#6 (expln

tīvarā →

pts

Name of a people in the time of Buddha Kakusandha SN.ii.191.

upaṭṭhāka →

pts

…was the last u. of Gotama Buddha (see DN.i.206 Thag.1041 f.; Thag-a in Brethren loc. cit.; Vin.i.179 (Sāgato u.), Vin.i.194; Vin.ii.186;…

upaṭṭhāna →

pts

…Pv-a.104, Pv-a.145 (paccekabuddhassa), Pv-a.176; Vv-a.75 (ther˚); Sdhp.560. 2. worship (divine) service DN.iii.188 sq. (˚ṃ gacchati);…

upeti →

pts

…Pv.iv.3#52 (saraṇaṃ buddhaṃ dhammaṃ); Ne.66.
fut upessaṃ Snp.29; 2nd sg. upehisi Dhp.238, Dhp.348
ger…

upāsakatta →

pts

state of being a believing layman or a lay follower of the Buddha Vin.i.37; SN.iv.301; Vv.84#21.

abstr. fr. upāsaka

vaddha →

pts

Vaddha1

adjective noun

  1. grown, old; an Elder; venerable, respectable; one who has authority At Ja.i.219 three kinds of vaddha are distinguished: one by nature (jāt …

vaḍḍhati →

pts

primary meaning “to increase” (trs. intrs.); hence: to keep on, to prosper, to multiply, to grow SN.i.15 (read vaḍḍh˚ for vaṭṭ˚); SN.ii.206 (vaṇṇena), SN.iv.73, SN.iv.250; AN.v.249 (paññāya); Snp.329 …

vaṃsa →

pts

…Kp-a.12 (Buddha˚); Dpvs.18, 3 (saddhamma˚-kovidā therā)- vaṃsaṃ nāseti to break family tradition Ja.v.383…

vaṇijjā →

pts

…on by lay followers of the Buddha, viz. sattha˚; trade in swords satta˚; in living beings, maṃsa˚; in meat, majja˚; in intoxicants,…

vaṇṇa →

pts

…Ja.i.12 (chabbaṇṇa-buddha-rasmiyo). Groups of five see under pañca 3 (cp. Ja.i.222)
■…

veda →

pts

…epithet of the Buddha “the knower or the possessor of revelation, at MN.i.386. See also vedagū. 3. the…

vemattatā →

pts

…8 differences of the var. Buddhas are given at Snp-a.407 sq. as addhāna˚, āyu˚, kula˚, pamāṇa˚, nekkhamma˚ padhāna˚, bodhi˚,…

venayika →

pts

…nihilist. The Buddha was accused of being aN v. MN.i.140.

fr. vi 3 + naya

Venayika2

adjective versed in the Vinaya…

veneyya →

pts

…style & Com. Ja.i.182 (Buddha˚), Ja.i.504; Snp-a.169, Snp-a.510; Dhp-a.i.26 Vb-a.79; Vv-a.217; Thag-a.69 (Ap. v. 10). Cp….

vesārajja →

pts

(the Buddha’s or an Arahant’s) perfect selfconfidence (which is of 4 kinds), self-satisfaction, subject of confidence. The four are given in…

vibhajja →

pts

…teaching of the Buddhist church -vādin one who teaches the V. doctrine, epithet of the Buddha Mhvs.5, Mhvs.271; Tikp.366; Vb-a.130; cp….

vijjā →

pts

…to have been attained by the Buddha in the 3 night watches) with the verbs anussarati (No. 6),…

vimāna →

pts

…state of trance): sutta-ppabuddha Dhp-a.iii.7 Of the Vimāna itself it is said that it appears (pātur ahosi), e.g. Vv-a.188; Dhp-a.i.131; or…

vinaya →

pts

…(i.e. the teaching of the Buddha in its completeness) DN.i.229; Vin.ii.237 sq.; MN.i.284; MN.ii.181 sq. AN.i.283; AN.iii.297, AN.iii.327; SN.i.9;…

visaya →

pts

…Snp-a.22, Snp-a.154 (buddha˚), Snp-a.228 (id.); Pv-a.72, Pv-a.89
avisaya not forming an object a wrong object, indefinable…

vissaṭṭha →

pts

…enunciated DN.i.114 (= apalibuddha, i.e. unobstructed; sandiddha-vilambit’ ādi dosa-rahita DN-a.i.282); DN.ii.211; AN.ii.51; AN.iii.114;…

vitakka →

pts

…, Snp.1109; Ja.i.407 (Buddha˚, Sangha˚, Nibbāna˚); Mnd.386 Mnd.493, Mnd.501 (nine); Cnd. s.v. takka; Pts.i.36, Pts.i.136, Pts.i.178;…

vivatta-cchada →

pts

…(thus Bdhgh), epithet of the Buddha
■ Spelling sometimes; chadda˚; (see chada)-DN.i.89; DN.ii.16; DN.iii.142 (dd;…

vyāvaṭa →

pts

…Davids at

Dialogues of the Buddha

ii.372 (following Childers) has quite misunderstood the term in referring it to a vyāvaṭa in meaning of…

vāda →

pts

…doctrine or word of Gotama Buddha Mhvs.5, Mhvs.2; Mhvs.33, Mhvs.97 sq.; Dpvs.v.10, Dpvs.v.14 (theravādo aggavādo ti vuccati), Dpvs.v.51 (17…

vādin →

pts

…Snp-a.540; yatha˚; cp tathā˚-; sacca˚; speaking the truth AN.ii.212; the Buddha so-called Thig.252 f.; vaṇṇa˚; singing the…

vīra →

pts

…is often an epithet of the Buddha.

  • -aṅgarūpa built like a hero, heroic, divine DN.i.89 DN.ii.16; DN.iii.59, DN.iii.142, DN.iii.145;…

vīthi →

pts

…by this or that road), e.g. buddha˚; the road of the Buddha Dhp-a.ii.80; rāja˚; King st. Thag-a.52; Mhvs.20, Mhvs.38. 2. (t.t in…

yakkha →

pts

…and take up the word of the Buddha, thus being converted and able to rise to a higher sphere of existence in saṃsāra Cp. DN.iii.194, DN.iii.195;…

yamaka →

pts

…repeatedly performed by the Buddha & is often referred to, e.g. at Pts.i.125 (˚hīra); Ja.i.77, Ja.i.88, Ja.i.193; Mil.106 (˚hīraṃ), Mil.349…

yathā →

pts

adverb as, like, in relation to, after (the manner of)
■ As prep. (with acc.): according (to some condition, norm or rule): yathā kāmaṃ (already Vedic) according to his desire …

yuga →

pts

…together with the pure Buddha. Neumann Sn translation not exactly: “weil abgeschüttelt ist das Joch” (but dhona means “pure”). See…

yutta →

pts

…(tena, cp. Cnd.532); Iti.93 (Buddha-sāsane); Ja.vi.206 (yoga˚). 3. furnished; fixed, prepared, in order, ready Snp.442 (Māra = uyyutta…

yāva →

pts

… > Dialogues of the Buddha

AN.ii.113: “until, in a word, it shall have been well proclaimed among men”) we are inclined to…

ñāṇa →

pts

…paccekabuddha˚ sabbaññuta˚ (highest k. of a relig. student k. of a wise man, & omniscience). Four objects of k (as objects…

ādicca →

pts

…of the sun“, Ep of the Buddha Vin.ii.296; SN.i.186, SN.i.192; AN.ii.54; Snp.54 Snp.915, Snp.1128; Mnd.341; Cnd.125#b; Vv.42#5, Vv.78#10 ;…

āgama →

pts

…opamma-vagga-mattassa pi buddhavacanassa pariyāpuṇaṇaṃ“. See also āgata 2, for phrase āgat’āgama, handed down in the Canon, Vin…

ārammaṇa →

pts

…Pv-a.8 (nissay˚), Pv-a.98 (ek˚); Vv-a.119 (buddh˚ pīti rapture centred in the Buddha).

cp. Sk. ālambana, lamb, but in meaning…

ārāma →

pts

…a private park, given to the Buddha or the Sangha for the benefit of the bhikkhus where they meet & hold discussions about sacred secular matters; a…

āveḷa →

pts

…reference to the rays of the Buddha at Ja.i.12, Ja.i.95, Ja.i.501. 2. (f.) a garland or other ornament slung round & worn over the head Vv.36#2…

ṭhāna →

pts

…places (in the career of Buddha) to be visited DN.ii.140 = AN.ii.120; vāse ṭhāne gamane Snp.40 (expl. by Snp-a.85 as…

Dhamma →

puskas

…– a buddhizmusban Buddha tanai, a buddhista vallási-filozófiai alapelvek összessége, s ebben az értelmezésben Törvény is. (vö….