lit. from the Videha country; wise (see connection between Vedeha & ved, vedeti at DN-a.i.139, resting on popular etymology) SN.ii.215 sq (˚muni, of Ānanda; explained as “vedeha-muni = paṇḍitamuni,” cp. K.S. i.321; translation K.S. ii.145 “the learned sage”); Mhvs.3, Mhvs.36 (same phrase; translation “the sage of the Videha country”); Tha-ap.7 (id.).
= Npl. Vedeha