dwelling, hut, house the household Ja.i.145, Ja.i.266, Ja.i.290; Ja.ii.18, Ja.ii.103, Ja.ii.110, Ja.ii.155; Vism.593; Pv-a.22, Pv-a.62, Pv-a.73, Pv-a.82; fig. of kāya (body) Thag.184 = Dhp.154
■ applied to a cowshed at Mil.396.

  • -aṅgana the open space in front of the house Vv-a.6
  • -jana (sg. collective) the members of the household, the servants Pv-a.16, Pv-a.62, Pv-a.93;
  • -jhāpana incendiarism Vism.326.
  • -ṭṭhāna a place for a dwelling Dhp-a.iii.307
  • -dvāra the house door Pv-a.61;
  • -nissita (adj.) concerning the house, connected with (the house and worldly life Snp.280 (pāpiccha); Iti.117 (vitakka); cp ˚sita;
  • -patana the falling of the house Ja.iii.118.
  • -pavesana (-mangala) (the ceremony of) entering a new hut Dhp-a.iii.307;
  • -piṭṭhi the back of the house Pv-a.78
  • -aṅgana the open space in front of the house Vv-a.6
  • -vigata (nt.) the resources of the house, worldly means, riches Thig.327 (= upakaraṇa Thag-a.234);
  • -sita (*śrita) = ˚nissita, connected with worldly life (opp. nekkhamma, renunciation). Of chandā & vitakkā (pl.) MN.i.123; domanassa & somanassa (grief & pleasure) SN.iv.232 = Mil.45; Vb.381; Dhs-a.194; dhammā, etc. SN.iv.71; Vb.380; Ne.53.

Sk. geha = gṛha, to gṛh, gaṇhāti; cp. gaha, gihin, ghara; see also gedha2