lion DN.ii.255; SN.i.16; AN.ii.33, AN.ii.245; AN.iii.121; Snp.72; Ja.i.165; Mil.400; Cnd.679 (= migarājā) Vb-a.256, Vb-a.398 (with pop. etym. “sahanato ca hananato ca sīho ti vuccati”); Ja.v.425 (women like the lion) Kp-a.140; often used as an epithet of the Buddha AN.ii.24; AN.iii.122; SN.i.28; Iti.123; fem. sīhī lioness Ja.ii.27 Ja.iii.149, and sīhinī Mil.67.
- -āsana a throne Mhvs.5, Mhvs.62; Mhvs.25, Mhvs.98.
- -kuṇḍala “lion’s ear-ring,” a very precious ear-ring Ja.v.348; Snp-a.138 also as ˚mukha-kuṇḍala at Ja.v.438.
- -camma lion’s hide AN.iv.393.
- -tela “lion-oil,” a precious oil Kp-a.198
- -nāda a lion’s roar, the Buddha’s preaching, a song of ecstasy, a shout of exultation “halleluiah” AN.ii.33; MN.i.71; DN.i.161, DN.i.175; SN.ii.27, SN.ii.55; Ja.119; Mil.22; Dhp-a.ii.43, Dhp-a.ii.178; Vb-a.398; (= seṭṭha-nāda abhīta-nāda); Snp-a.163, Snp-a.203.
- -nādika one who utters a lion’s roar, a song of ecstasy AN.i.23.
- -pañjara a window Ja.i.304; Ja.ii.31; Dhp-a.i.191.
- -papātaka “lion’s cliff,” Name of one of the great lakes in the Himavā Snp-a.407 and passim.
- -piṭṭhe on top of the lion Ja.ii.244.
- -potaka a young lion Ja.iii.149.
- -mukha “lion’s mouth,” an ornament at the side of the nave of the king’s chariot Kp-a.172. See also ˚kuṇḍala.
- -ratha a chariot drawn by lions Mil.121.
- -vikkīḷita the lion’s play, the attitude of the Buddhas and Arahants Ne.2, Ne.4, Ne.7, Ne.124.
- -seyyā lying like a lion, on the right side DN.ii.134; AN.i.114; AN.ii.40 AN.ii.244; Ja.i.119, Ja.i.330; Vb-a.345; Dhp-a.i.357.
- -ssara having a voice like a lion Ja.v.284, Ja.v.296 etc. (said of a prince).
- -hanu having a jaw like a lion, of a Buddha DN.iii.144, DN.iii.175; Bv.xiii.1 = Ja.i.38.