dust, dirt, soil SN.v.459; AN.i.253; Pv.ii.3#7
■ paṃsvāgārakā playmates SN.iii.190; saha paṃsukīḷitā id. (lit. playing together with mud, making mud pies) AN.ii.186; Ja.i.364; Pv-a.30. Cp. BSk sahapāṃśukrīḍita Mvu.iii.450.
-kūla rags from a dust heap (cp. Vin. Texts ii.156; Vin.i.58; MN.i.78; SN.ii.202; AN.i.240, AN.i.295; AN.ii.206; AN.iv.230; Iti.102 = AN.ii.26; Dhp.395; Pp.69; Pv-a.141, Pv-a.144. A quâsi definition of p
■ k. is to be found at Vism.60 -kūlika one who wears clothes made of rags taken from a dust heap MN.i.30; SN.ii.187; AN.iii.187, AN.iii.219, AN.iii.371 sq. Vin.iii.15; Vin.iv.360; Ud.42; Pp.55; Dhp-a.iv.157 ˚attan (nt. abstr.) the habit of wearing rags MN.i.214 MN.iii.41; AN.i.38; AN.iii.108. -guṇṭhita (vv.ll. ˚kuṇḍita ˚kuṇṭhita) covered with dust or dirt SN.i.197; Ja.vi.559; Pv.ii.3#5
■ pisācaka a mud sprite (some sort of demon) Ja.iii.147; Ja.iv.380; Dhp-a.ii.26. -muṭṭhi a handful of soil Ja.vi.405. -vappa sowing on light soil (opp. kalalavappa sowing on heavy soil or mud Snp-a.137.
cp. Ved. pāṃsu