agreed on, reckoned; (-˚) so-called, named DN.i.163 (akusala˚ dhammā); DN.iii.65 DN.iii.133 = Vin.iii.46 (theyya˚ what is called theft); DN-a.i.313 (the sambodhi, by which is meant that of the three higher stages); Dhs-a.378 (khandha-ttaya˚ kāya, cp. Expos. ii.485); Pv-a.40 (medha˚ paññā), Pv-a.56 (hattha˚ pāṇi), Pv-a.131 (pariccāga˚ atidāna), Pv-a.163 (caraṇa˚ guṇa).
- -dhamma one who has examined or recognized the dhamma (“they who have mastered well the truth of things” K.S. ii.36), an epithet of the arahant SN.ii.47; SN.iv.210; Snp.70 (˚dhammo, with expln Cnd.618#b: “vuccati ñāṇaṃ” etc.; “sankhāta-dh. = ñāta-dhammo,” of the paccekabuddha), Snp.1038 (˚dhammā = vuccanti arahanto khīṇāsavā Cnd.618#a), Dhp.70 (T. sankhata˚, but Dhp-a.ii.63 sankhāta˚).
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