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Three</p><hr/<p>tayo [f. tisso, nt. tīṇi; Vedic traya, trī & trīṇi; Gr. trei_s, tria; Lat. trçs, tria; Goth. preis, prija; Ohg. drī; E. three, etc.] num. card. three. nom.--acc. m. tayo (Sn 311), & t
ya--kāra [ya+kāra] 1. the letter (or sound) y: J I.430 (padasandhikara); III.433 (vyañjana -- sandhi -- vasena gahita). -- 2. the letter (or syllable) ya: J V.427 (nipāta--matta). It is referred to at
see <see>hoti</see>
vaccha [Vedic vatsa, lit. "one year old, a yearling"; cp. Gr. e)/tos year, Sk. vatsara id., Lat vetus old, vitulus calf; Goth. wiprus a year old lamb=Ohg. widar=E. wether] a calf Dh 284; J V.101; Vis
Belonging to Magadha
Night</p><hr/<p>ratti (f.) [Vedic rātrī & later Sk. rātri. -- Idg *lādh as in Gr. lh/qw=Lat. lateo to hide; Sk rāhu dark demon; also Gr. *lhtw/ (=Lat. Latona) Goddess of night; Mhg. luoder insidiousne
Truly, certainly, surely, evidently</p><hr/<p>A road, distance, time</p><hr/<p>addhā (adv.) [Vedic addhā, cp. Av. azdā certainty] part. of affirmation and emphasis: certainly, for sure, really, truly
maraṇa (nt.) [fr. mṛ] death, as ending this (visible) existence, physical death, in a narrower meaning than kālakiriyā; dying, in cpds. death. -- The customary stock definition of maraṇa runs; yaṃ tes
To be born, to be produced, to grow, to spring up, to arise</p><hr/<p>jāyati (jāyate) [from jan, see janati] to be born, to be produced, to arise, to be reborn. Pres. 3rd pl. jāyare J III.459; IV.53;
Name of a famous disciple of Buddha, one of the aggasāvakas; name of a pali grammarian who lived in the twelfth century
see <see>muñcati</see>
bhāsita [pp. of bhāsati1] spoken, said, uttered A V.194; Miln 28; DhA IV.93. -- (nt.) speech, word Dh 363; M I.432. Usually as su° & dub° (both adj. & nt.) well & badly spoken, or good & bad speech Vi
manussa [fr. manus, cp. Vedic manuṣya. Connected etym. with Goth. manna=man] a human being, man. The popular etym. connects m. with Manu(s), the ancestor of men, e. g. KhA 123: "Manuno apaccā ti manus
dukkha (adj.--n.) [Sk. duḥkha fr. duḥ--ka, an adj. formation fr. prefix duḥ (see du). According to others an analogy formation after sukha, q. v.; Bdhgh (at Vism 494) expls dukkha as du+kha, where du=