over-balancing, agitation, excitement distraction, flurry (see on meaning; Dialogues i.82; Dhs trsln. 119; Cpd. 18, 45, 83). AN.i.256, AN.i.282; AN.iii.375, AN.iii.421 AN.iii.449; AN.iv.87; AN.v.142, AN.v.145, AN.v.148; DN.iii.234; SN.v.277 sq., Dhs-a.260; Snp-a.492 (in sense of “haughtiness”? for Snp.702 uṇṇata); Mnd.220, Mnd.501; Pts.i.81, Pts.i.83; Pts.ii.9, Pts.ii.97 sq. Pts.ii.119, Pts.ii.142, Pts.ii.145, Pts.ii.169, Pts.ii.176; Pp.18, Pp.59; Dhs.427, Dhs.429 (cittassa), Dhs.1159, Dhs.1229, Dhs.1426, Dhs.1482; Vb.168, Vb.369, Vb.372 Vb.377; Vism.137, Vism.469 (= uddhata-bhāva); Sdhp.459. Together with kukkucca “flurry or worry” u. is enumerated as the 4th of the 5th nīvaraṇa’s and as the 9th of the 10 saṃyojana’s (q.v.), e.g. at DN.i.71, DN.i.246; DN.iii.49, DN.iii.234, DN.iii.269 DN.iii.278; SN.i.99; AN.i.3; AN.iii.16; AN.v.30; Cnd.379; Dhs.1486.

substantivised ger. of ud-dharati, ud + dhṛ; cp. uddhaṭa & uddhata. The BSk. auddhatya shows a strange distortion. BSk. uddhava seems to be also a substitute for uddhacca