adjective completely calmed, at peace, at rest (as to the distinction of the twofold application see parinibbāna and cp., Mrs. Rh.D. Buddhism p. 191; Cpd. p. 168), viz.

  1. gone out, or passed away without any remaining cause of rebirth anywhere completely extinct, finally released (fr. rebirth & trans migration), quite dead or at rest [cp. BSk. parinirvṛta Divy.79]. It is usually applied to the Buddha, or the Tathāgata, but also to Theras & Arahants who have by means of moral & intellectual perfection destroyed all germs of further existence. With ref. to Gotama Buddha: Vin.ii.284 (atikkhippaṃ bhagavā p.), Vin.ii.294 (vassasata˚ e bhagavati); Vin.v.119, Vin.v.120; DN.i.204 (acira-˚e Bhagavati); SN.i.158 (tathāgato p. SN.ii.191); SN.v.172 (˚e Tathāgate); Vv.iii.9#2 (˚e Gotame = anupādisesāya nibbāna-dhātuyā parinibbuto Vv-a.169); Pv-a.140 (Satthari p.), Pv-a.212 (Bhagavati). Of others: SN.i.121, SN.i.122 (godhika); SN.iii.124 (vakkali); SN.iv.63 (Puṇṇa); Snp.p.59 Snp.p.60 (a Thera); Mil.390 (Arahant); Vv-a.158; Pv-a.76; Dhp-a.ii.163; Dhp-a.iv.42.
  2. emancipated, quite free (from earthly bonds), calm, serene, at peace, perfected Vin.ii.156 = AN.i.138 “spiritually free” Vin. Texts iii.182) DN.ii.123 (cp. Dial. ii.132); DN.iii.55; MN.i.235; MN.ii.102; SN.i.1 (+ tiṇṇo loke visattikaṃ), SN.i.7 = SN.iv.179 (aheṭhayāno +); SN.i.54 (+ tiṇṇo loke visattikaṃ); SN.i.187 (p. kankhati kālaṃ); Snp.359 (+ ṭhitatta), Snp.370 (id.), Snp.467 (p udaka-rahado va sīto); Thag.5 (cp. Brethren 113); Ja.iv.303, Ja.iv.453; Ud.85 (rāga-dosa-moha-kkhayā p.); Mil.50 (˚atta), Freq. in combination with kindred terms like sītibhūta (cooled), e.g. Vin.ii.156 = AN.i.138; Vv.53#24 or nicchāta (without hunger), e.g. SN.iii.26; SN.iv.204; Iti.46; Snp.735 sq.; Iti.48 (esanānaṃ khayā), Iti.49 (āsavānaṃ khayā).
  3. (to be understood as pp. of parinibbāpeti) calmed, well trained, domesticated MN.i.446 (of a horse).

pari + nibbuta