1. enjoyment AN.iv.392 (kāmaguṇesu bh.).
  2. possession, wealth DN.iii.77; Snp.301, Snp.421; Dhp.139, Dhp.355; Pp.30, Pp.57; Sdhp.86, Sdhp.228 Sdhp.264
    appa˚ little or no possession Snp.114.
  • -khandha a mass of wealth, great possessions DN.ii.86 (one of the 5 profits accruing from virtue).
  • -gāma “village of revenue,” a tributary village, i.e. a village which has to pay tribute or contributions (in food etc.) to the owner of its ground. The latter is called gāmabhojaka or gāmapati “landlord” Ja.ii.135 Cp. Fick, Sociale Gliederung 71, 112.
  • -cāgin giving riches, liberal AN.iii.128
  • -pārijuñña loss of property or possessions Vv-a.101
  • -mada pride or conceit of wealth Vb-a.466
  • -vāsin, as (f.) vāsinī “living in property”, i.e. to be enjoyed or made use of occasionally, one of the 10 kinds of wives: a kept woman Vin.iii.139 Vin.iii.140 cp. MN.i.286

fr. bhuñj: see bhuñjati


the coil of a snake Ja.iii.58. See also nib˚.

fr. bhuj to bend, cp. bhuja3 & Sk. bhoga id. Hālayudha 3, 20