destroyed, exhausted, removed, wasted, gone; in compounds ˚-often to be translated “without.” It is mostly applied to the destruction of the passions (āsavā) & demerit (kamma). Khīṇā jāti “destroyed is the possibility of rebirth,” in freq. occurring formula “kh. j vusitaṃ brahmacariyaṃ kataṃ karaṇīyaṃ nâparaṃ itthattāya,” denoting the attainment of Arahantship (See arahant ii, formula A) Vin.i.35; DN.i.84, DN.i.177, DN.i.203; MN.ii.39; Snp.p.16; Pp.61 etc. See expln at DN-a.i.225; Snp-a.138
■ khīṇaṃ mayhaṃ kammaṃ Ja.iv.3, similarly khīṇaṃ purāṇaṃ navaṃ natthi sambhavaṃ Snp.235 (khīṇa = samucchinna Kp-a.194); pāpakamme khīṇe Pv-a.105. āsavakhīṇa one whose cravings are destroyed Snp.370, Snp.162.

-āsava (adj.) whose mind is free from the four mental obsessions, epithet of an Arahant Vin.i.183; MN.i.145 MN.ii.43; MN.iii.30; DN.iii.97, DN.iii.133, DN.iii.235; Iti.95; Snp.82, Snp.471, Snp.539 Snp.644; Dhp.89, Dhp.420; Pv-a.7 (= arahanto); cp. BSk kṣīṇāśrava Divy.542
■ The seven powers of a kh.˚ (khīṇāsava-balāni) discussed at DN.iii.283; Pts.i.35; ten powers at Pts.ii.173, Pts.ii.176; cp. Vism.144 (where a kh. walks through the air). -punabbhava one in whom the conditions of another existence have been destroyed (= khīṇāsava) Snp.514, Snp.656; -bīja one who is without the seed (of renewed existence) (= prec.) Snp.235 (= ucchinna-bīja Kp-a.194); -maccha without fish (of a lake) Dhp.155; -vyappatha without the way of (evil speech (vyapp˚ = vācāya patho; expl. Snp-a.204 as na pharusavāco) Snp.158; -sota with the stream gone, i.e. without water, in macche appodake kh˚ Snp.777.

pp. of khīyati, Pass. to khayati