adjective always in combination with āhāra, food “made into a ball,” i.e. eatable, material food, as one of the 4 kinds of food (see stock phrase k˚ āhāro oḷāriko vā sukhumo vā… at MN.i.48; SN.ii.11, SN.ii.98 = DN.iii.228, DN.iii.276; Bdhd 135) Dhs.585, Dhs.646 (where fully described), Dhs.816; Mil.245; Vism.236, Vism.341 Vism.450, Vism.616; Bdhd 69, Bdhd 74; DN-a.i.120. Written kabalīkāra nearly always in Burmese, and sometimes in Singh MSS.; s. also Ne.114–Ne.118.
- -āhāra-bhakkha (of attā, soul) feeding on material food DN.i.34, DN.i.186, DN.i.195;
- -bhakkha, same AN.iii.192 = AN.v.336 (appl. to the kāmâvacara devas); DN-a.i.120.
kabala in compound form kabalī˚ before kr & bhū; kabalin for kabalī˚