1. to become intoxicated SN.i.73.
  2. to be careless, slothful, negligent; to neglect waste one’s time SN.iv.125, SN.iv.133; Snp.676, Snp.925, Snp.933; cp Mnd.376 & Cnd.70; Dhp.168, Dhp.172, Dhp.259; Ja.iii.264 (with acc.); Ja.iv.396 (with gen.); Pv.i.11#12 (dāne na p.); iv.13 (jāgaratha mā p.); Sdhp.16, Sdhp.620
    aor 2 pl. pamādattha MN.i.46; AN.iii.87; AN.iv.139. Other noteworthy forms are aor. or precative (mā) pamādo SN.iv.263 Thag.119; Dhp.371 (see Geiger P.Gr. § 161 b), and cond or aor. pamādassaṃ MN.iii.179; AN.i.139 (see Geiger l. c 170 & Trenckner; Notes 752)
    ■ appamajjanto (ppr. diligent, eager, zealous Pv-a.7

pp pamatta (q.v.).

pa + mad


  1. to wipe off, rub off, sweep, scour Vin.i.47; Vin.ii.209 (bhūmi˚ itabbā); MN.i.383.
  2. to rub along, stroke, grope, feel along (with one’s hands) Vin.ii.209 (cīvara-rajjuṃ ˚itvā; cp. Vin. Texts iii.279). Note. pamajjamāna in phrase gale pi p˚ ānena at Ne.164 is after the example of similar passages MN.i.108 and AN.iv.32 and as indicated by variant reading preferably to be read as “api panujjamānena pi” (see panudati).

pa + mṛj