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A substitute for the instr. dat. and gen. cases of ahaṃ</p><hr/<p>me is enclitic form of ahaṃ in var. cases of the sg. See under ahaṃ.
parikkamana (nt.) [pari+kram] walking about M I.43, 44; adj. sa° having (opportunity for) walking about, i. e. accessible, good for rambling in, pleasant, said of the Dhamma A V.262 (opp. a°).
pīṭha (nt.) [cp. Fpic Sk. pīṭha] a seat, chair, stool, bench. -- 4. kinds are given at Vin IV.40=168, viz. masāraka, bundikābaddha, kuḷirapādaka, āhaccapādaka (same categories as given under mañca). -
see ayaṃ
A householder, the head of a household, master of a house</p><hr/<p>gahapati [gaha+pati. Vedic gṛhapati, where pati is still felt in its original meaning of "lord," "master," implying dignity, power &
brāhmaṇa [fr. brahma; cp. Vedic brāhmaṇa, der. fr. brahmán] a member of the Brahman caste; a Br. teacher. In the Buddhist terminology also used for a man leading a pure, sinless & ascetic life, often
The future tense, vibhatti is understood
apāya [Sk. apāya, fr. apa + i, cp. apeti] "going away" viz. -- 1. separation, loss Dh 211 (piya° = viyoga DhA III.276). -- 2. loss (of property) D III.181, 182; A II. 166; IV.283; J III.387 (atth°). -
To come to, attain, be produced, be reborn</p><hr/<p>upapajjati [doubtful whether a legitimate form as upa + pad or a diaeretic form of uppajjati = ud + pad. In this case all passages ought to go unde
ascetics and brahmins, recluses and priests
To think, to suppose, to imagine, to consider, to esteem, to know, to believe, to understand
The universe; a world; the world; the inhabitants of a world or region; mankind; a being, a creature
The hand; an elephant's trunk; tax, toll, revenue; a ray of light</p><hr/<p>Making causing, doing
Knowledge; perfect knowledge, arahattaphala</p><hr/<p>aññā (f.) [Sk. ājñā, = ā + jñā, cp. ājānāti] knowledge, recognition, perfect knowledge, philosophic insight, knowledge par excellence, viz. Arahan