Yāpeti & yapeti
- in caus.intensive as well as intrs. sense; in the latter also with short ă; as yapeti and then combined with yāpeti, in stock phrase defining carati “to go,” “to be” (or viharati with synonyms iriyati vattati pāleti yapeti yāpeti at Cnd.237; Vb.252; Dhs-a.167. Besides singly (yapeti at Dhs-a.149
- to cause to go, to make someone go (to), to bring to, lead to (acc.) Ja.vi.458 (sasenāvāhanaṃ yāpesi); Snp-a.184 (devalokaṃ yāpetuṃ samattha fit to bring one to the d-world)
- to get on, move to be active Dhp-a.i.10 (sarīre yāpente); Dhp-a.iv.17 (iriyāpathena).
(fig.) to keep going (both trs. & intrs.;) to keep up, esp. to keep oneself going or alive, to live by (instr.) [cp. BSk. yāpayati Divy.93, Divy.150, Divy.196, Divy.292 Divy.293, Divy.471, Divy.488, Avs.i.209] DN.i.166 (ekissā dattiyā on only one alms); Pp.56; Ja.ii.204; Ja.iii.67; Ja.iv.125 Ja.vi.532 (uñchena); Pv.i.5#7 (ito dinnena yāpenti petā), Pv.i.11#7; Pv.iii.2#8 (tava dinnena yāpessanti kurūrino); Pv-a.27, Pv-a.29 (= attabhāvaṃ yāpeti = upajīvati).
Caus. of yāti