- common, vulgar, uncontrolled in phrase pākat-indriya of uncontrolled mind SN.i.61 (= saṃvarâbhāvena gihikāle viya vivaṭa-indriya K.S. 320), SN.i.204; SN.iii.93; SN.v.269; AN.i.70, AN.i.266, AN.i.280; AN.iii.355, AN.iii.391 Thag.109 (C. asaṃvuta, see Brethren 99); Pp.35
■ At Mil.251 pākatā is to be read pāpakā.
- open common, unconcealed Ja.i.262 (pākaṭo jāto was found out); Snp-a.343; Pv-a.103 (for āvi).
- commonly known, familiar Vism.279; Pv-a.17 (devā), Pv-a.23, Pv-a.78 (su˚) 128; Vv-a.109 (+ paññāta); ˚ṃ karoti to make manifest Vism.287; ˚bhāva being known Dhs-a.243; Pv-a.103
- renowned, well-known DN-a.i.143; Pv-a.107.
= pakata; on ā for a see Geiger,
§ 33#1. Cp. Sk. prakaṭa Halāyudha. The spelling is sometimes pākaṭa