shoe, sandal Vin.i.185; Vin.ii.118, Vin.ii.207 (adj. sa-upāhana), Vin.ii.208; SN.i.226; Ja.iv.173, Ja.iv.223; Pv.ii.4#9; Cnd.226; Kp-a.45; Dhp-a.i.381 (chatt ˚ṃ as nt? variant reading ˚nā); Pv-a.127, Pv-a.186. upāhanaṃ (or upāhanā) ārohati to put on sandals Ja.iv.16; Ja.vi.524); opp. omuñcati take off Vin.ii.207, Vin.ii.208; Ja.iii.415; Ja.iv.16
■ Note. An older form upānad˚; (for upānadh = Sk. upānah) is seen by Kern in pānadûpama Ja.ii.223, which is read by him as upānadûpama (variant reading upāhan-upama). See
s. v. upānad.
with metathesis for upānahā = Sk. upānah f. or upānaha m.; but cp. BSk. upānaha nt. Divy.6