adjective arisen or reborn without visible cause (i.e. without parents), spontaneous rebirth (Kvu trsl. 2832), apparitional rebirth (Cpd. 1654, q.v.) DN.i.27 DN.i.55, DN.i.156; DN.iii.132, DN.iii.230 (˚yoni), DN.iii.265; MN.i.34, MN.i.73, MN.i.287, MN.i.401 sq., MN.i.436 sq, MN.i.465 sq.; MN.ii.52; MN.iii.22, MN.iii.80, MN.iii.247; SN.iii.206 SN.iii.240 sq., SN.iii.246 sq.; SN.iv.348; SN.v.346, SN.v.357 sq., SN.v.406; AN.i.232 AN.i.245, AN.i.269; AN.ii.5, AN.ii.89, AN.ii.186; AN.iv.12, AN.iv.226, AN.iv.399, AN.iv.423 sq.; AN.v.265 sq., AN.v.286 sq., AN.v.343 sq.; Pp.16, Pp.62, Pp.63; Vb.412 sq. Mil.267; Vism.552 sq., Vism.559; DN-a.i.165, DN-a.i.313. The C on MN.i.34 explains by “sesa-yoni-paṭikkhepa-vacanaṃ etaṃ” See also Pp-a 1, § 40.

fr. upapatti; the BSk. form is a curious distortion of the P. form, viz. aupapāduka Avs.ii.89 Divy.300, Divy.627, Divy.649