in ppr. uppacciyamāna (so read for upapacciyamāna, as suggested by variant reading BB. uppajj˚) “being boiled out”, i.e. dried or shrivelled up (cp. uppakka 1) Ja.iv.327. Not with Morris J.P.T.S. 1887, 129 “being tormented”, nor with Kern,


under upapacc˚ as ppr. to pṛc (*upapṛcyamāna) “dicht opgesloten”, a meaning foreign to this root.

ud + paccati, Pass. of pac