green leaves (collectively), vegetable, greens Ja.vi.24 (kāra˚ vegetable as homage or oblation); Pv.iii.3#3 (panko paṇṇako ca, explained as “kaddamo vā udakacchikkhalo vā” Pv-a.189, but evidently misunderstood for “withered leaves”); Pv-a.256 (tiṇakaṭṭha-paṇṇaka-sala, is reading correct?).
Name of a water plant, most likely a kind of fern (see Kern
ii.16 q.v.). Often combined with sevāla (Blyxa Octandra), e.g. at Ja.ii.324; Ja.v.37
■ The spelling is also paṇaka, even more frequent than paṇṇaka and also combined with sevāla, e.g. Vin.iii.177 (in combination saṇkha-sevāla˚, where Bdhgh explains “sankho ti dīghamūlako paṇṇasevālo vuccati, sevālo ti nīlasevālo, avaseso udaka-pappaṭaka-nīla-bījak’ ādi sabbo ’ti paṇako ti sankhaṃ gacchati”); SN.v.122; AN.iii.187, AN.iii.232, AN.iii.235; Ja.iv.71 (sevāla˚); Mil.35 (sankha-sevāla-p. which the Manor-pūṛ explains by udaka-pappaṭaka, and also as “nīlamaṇḍūkapiṭṭhivaṇṇena udakapiṭṭhiṃ chādetvā nibattapaṇakaṃ” see Trenckner, Mil.421 and cp Miln. translation i.302), Mil.210 (suvaṇṇa˚), Mil.401 (cakkavāko sevāla paṇaka-bhakkho); Kp-a.61 (sevāla˚; cp. Schubring’s kalpasūtra p. 46 sq.).
(see paṇṇa 2) a written leaf, a ticket Dhs-a.110.
paṇṇa + ka