“to sense,” usually in Denom. function (only one Caus. meaning: see aor. avedi); meaning twofold either intellectually “to know” (cp. veda), or with ref. to general feeling “to experience” (cp. vedanā). For the present tense two bases are to be distinguished viz. ved˚; used in both meanings; and vediy˚; (= *vedy˚) a specific Pāli formation after the manner of the 4th (y) class of Sk. verbs, used only in meaning of “experience.” Thus vedeti: (a) to know (as = acc., equal to “to call”) Snp.211 sq. (taṃ muniṃ vedayanti); (b) to feel, to experience SN.iv.68 (phuṭṭho vedeti, ceteti sañjānāti); MN.i.37; Pv.iv.1#50 (dukkhaṃ = anubhavati Pv-a.241)
vediyati: to feel, to experience a sensation or feeling (usually with vedanaṃ or pl. vedanā) MN.i.59 MN.ii.70 (see [Pot. vediyeyya](/define/Pot. vediyeyya)); SN.ii.82; SN.iii.86 sq.; SN.iv.207; AN.i.141; AN.ii.198 (see [ppr. vediyamāna](/define/ppr. vediyamāna)); Ja.ii.241; Mil.253
aor avedi he knew, recognized Ja.iii.420 (= aññāsi C.); he made known, i.e. informed Ja.iv.35 (= jānāpesi C.); vedi (recognized, knew) Snp.643, Snp.647, Snp.1148 (= aññāsi aphusi paṭivijjhi Cnd.613); & vedayi Snp.251 (= aññāsi Snp-a.293)
fut vedissati (shall experience) Pv.i.10#15 (dukkhaṃ vedanaṃ v.)
grd vediya (to be known Snp.474 (para˚ diṭṭhi held as view by others; explained as “ñāpetabba” Snp-a.410); vedanīya: (a) to be known, intelligible, comprehensible DN.i.12; (dhammā nipuṇā… paṇḍita-vedanīyā); DN.ii.36; MN.i.487; MN.ii.220; (b) to be experienced SN.iv.114 (sukha˚ & dukkha˚); AN.i.249 (diṭṭhadhamma˚); AN.iv.382; Pv.ii.11#7 (sukha˚-kamma sukha-vipāka Pv-a.150); Pv.iii.3#7 (kamma); Pv.iv.1#29 (of kamma-vipāka = anubhavana-yogga Pv-a.228); Pv-a.145 (kamma); & veditabba to be understood or known DN.i.186; Pv-a.71, Pv-a.92, Pv-a.104
pp vedita & vedayita.

Vedic vedayati; Denom. or Caus. fr. vid to know or feel