(jeti, jināti) to conquer, surpass; to pillage, rob, to overpower, to defeat
pres [jayati] jeti Ja.ii.3; jināti Snp.439; Dhp.354; Ja.i.289; Ja.iv.71
pot jeyya Com. on Dhp.103; jine Dhp.103 = Ja.ii.4 = Vv-a.69; 3rd pl. jineyyuṃ SN.i.221 (opp parājeyyuṃ)
ppr jayaṃ Dhp.201
fut jessati Vv.33#2; jayissati ib.; jinissati Ja.ii.183
aor jini Ja.i.313; Ja.ii.404; ajini Dhp.3; pl. jiniṃsu SN.i.221 (opp parājiṃsu), SN.i.224 (opp. parājiṃsu, with variant reading ˚jiniṃsu); AN.iv.432 (opp. ˚jiyiṃsu, with variant reading ˚jiniṃsu). Also aor. ajesi Dhp-a.i.44 (= ajini)
■ Proh. (mā) jīyi Ja.iv.107
ger jetvā Snp.439; jetvāna Iti.76
inf jinituṃ Ja.vi.193; Vv-a.69
grd jeyya Snp.288 (a˚); jinitabba Vv-a.69 (variant reading jetabba)
pass jīyati (see parā˚), jīyati is also Pass. to jarati.
- jayāpeti to wish victory to, to hail (as a respectful greeting to a king) Ja.ii.213, Ja.ii.369 Ja.ii.375; Ja.iv.403.
- jāpayati to cause to rob, to incite to plunder MN.i.231; Iti.22 = Ja.iv.71 (variant reading hāpayati) Mil.402; Ja.vi.108 (to annul); Mil.227
■ Des jigiṃsati (q.v.)
pp jina & jita; (q.v.).
Sk. jayati, ji to have power, to conquer, cp. jaya = βία; trans. of which the intrans. is jināti to lose power, to become old (see jīrati)