to be broken, to be destroyed; to break (instr.); pres. bhijjati Dhp.148, ppr. bhijjamāna: see phrase abhijjamāne udake under abhijj˚, with which cp. phrase abhejjantyā pathavyā Ja.vi.508, which is difficult to explain (not breaking? for abhijjantī after abhejja & abhedi, and *abhijjanto for abhijjamāna, intrs.?). imper. bhijjatu Thag.312
■ praet. 2nd pl. bhijjittha Ja.i.468 aor. abhedi Ud.93 (abhedi kāyo)
fut bhijjhissati DN-a.i.266; grd. bhijjitabba Ja.iii.56; on grd. ˚bhijja see pabhindati; grd. bhejja in abhejja not to be broken (q.v.).
Pass. of bhindati, cp. Sk. bhidyate