faith (on term cp. Geiger, Saṃyutta translation ii.452) DN.i.63; DN.iii.164 sq. SN.i.172 = Snp.76; SN.v.196; Dhp.144; AN.i.150, AN.i.210; AN.iii.4 sq. AN.iii.352; AN.iv.23; AN.v.96; Dhs.12; Mil.34 sq.; Tikp.61, Kp.166, Kp.277, Kp.282
■ instr. saddhāya (used as adv.) in faith, by faith in (acc. or gen.) Vin.ii.289 (āyasmantānaṃ) Ja.v.176 (pabbajita); Pv-a.49 (kammaphalaṃ s.); or shortened to saddhā (-pabbajita) MN.i.123; AN.i.24; Ja.i.130. The same phrase as saddhāya pabbajita at SN.i.120 is explained as “saddahitvā” by Bdhgh (see K.S. i.321), thus taking it as ger.
- -ānusārin walking according to faith MN.i.479; AN.i.74 Pp.15; Ne.112, Ne.189.
- -indriya (saddh˚) the faculty i.e. the moral sense, of faith DN.iii.239, DN.iii.278; AN.ii.149; SN.v.193, SN.v.377; Dhs.12, Dhs.62, Dhs.75; Ne.19.
- -cariyā living in faith Vism.101.
- -deyya a gift in faith DN.i.5; Vin.i.298; Vin.iv.30; DN-a.i.81.
- -vimutta emancipated through faith MN.i.478; AN.i.74, AN.i.118 sq.; Pp.15; Ne.190
- -vimutti emancipation through faith Pp.15.
cp. Vedic śraddhā: see saddahati