state of being possessed (or hindered) by (-˚), prepossession bias, outburst MN.i.18, Kvu xiv.6 (thīnamiddha˚), MN.i.136; AN.i.66 (˚ajjhosāna); AN.v.198 (adhiṭṭhāna-˚samuṭṭhāna) Nd ii.under taṇhāii (= Dhs.1059, where translation is “pervading,” based on expln at Dhs-a.366: uppajjamānā [scil. taṇhā] cittaṃ pariyuṭṭhāti, and allegorical interpretation ibid.: the heart becomes possessed by lust as a road by highwaymen); Pp.21 (avijjā˚); Vb.383 (where 7 pariyuṭṭhānā [sic! pl. m.] are enumerated in the same set as under headings of anusaya & saṃyojana; thus placing p. into the same category as these two) Dhs.390, Dhs.1061 (avijjā˚), Dhs.1162 (id.); Ne.13, Ne.14, Ne.18, Ne.37 Ne.79 sq.; Dhs-a.238; Thag-a.80; Vism.5 (with vītikkama & anusaya). Cp. also; adhiṭṭhāna.
pari + uṭṭhāna, it is doubtful whether this connection is correct, in this case the meaning would be “over-exertion.” BSk. paryavasthāna points to another connection, see Divy.185