waste or fallow land AN.iii.248; fig. barrenness of mind, mental obstruction. There are five ceto-khilā enumerated in detail at MN.i.101 = AN.iv.460; DN.iii.238 (see under ceto); mentioned AN.v.17; Snp-a.262 As three khilā, viz. rāga, dosa, moha at SN.v.57; also with other qualities at Cnd.9. In combination with paligha SN.i.27 (chetvā kh˚ ṃ); khilaṃ pabhindati to break up the fallowness (of one’s heart) SN.i.193; SN.iii.134; Snp.973. akhila (adj.) not fallow, unobstructed, open-hearted cittaṃ susamāhitaṃ… akhilaṃ sabbabhūtesu DN.ii.261; SN.iv.118; in combination with anāsava Snp.212; with akankha Snp.477, Snp.1059; with vivattacchada Snp.1147; cp. vigatakhila Snp.19.

cp. Sk. khila