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visuddha (adj.) [pp. of visujjhati] clean, pure, bright; in appld meaning: purified, stainless, sanctified Vin I.105; D III.52 (cakkhu); S II.122 (id.); IV.47 (sīla); A IV.304 (su°); Sn 67, 517, 687;
sakkata [pp. of sakkaroti] honoured, duly attendo D I.114, 116; II.167; Nd 73; J I.334; Miln 21; SnA 43 Usually combd with garukata, pūjita, mānita.
If</p><hr/<p>sace (conj.) [sa2+ce; cp. sacāca] if D I.8, 51; Vin I.7; Dh 134; J I.311. -- sace . . . noce if . . . if not J VI.365.
hita (adj.) [pp. of dahati1] useful, suitable, beneficial, friendly A I.58, 155 sq.; II.191; D III.211 sq.; Dh 163. -- (m.) a friend, benefactor Mhvs 3, 37. -- (nt.) benefit, blessing, good Vin I.4; S
Of many sorts, various
paññāya (indecl.) [ger. of pajānāti, in relation °ñāya: ñatvā as uṭṭhāya: ṭhatvā; so expld by P. Commentators, whereas modern interpreters have taken it as instr. of paññā] understanding fully, knowin
viharaṇa (nt.) [fr. viharati] abiding, dwelling DhsA 164, 168.
māluta [the proper Pali form for māruta, the a--stem form of maru2=Vedic marut or māruta] wind, air, breeze S IV.218; Th I.2; II.372; J I.167; IV.222; V.328; VI.189; Miln 319; Vism 172 (=vāyu); VvA 17
buddhaka (--°) (adj.) [fr. buddha] in cpd. dvangula--buddhikā (f.) possessing insight as much as 2 finger--breadths VvA 96. -- The °ka belongs to the whole cpd.
lābha [fr. labh] receiving, getting, acquisition, gain, possession; pl. possessions D I.8; II.58, 61; M I.508 (ārogya--paramā lābhā); III.39; A I.74; IV.157 sq., 160 (lābhena abhibhūto pariyādinnacitt
Drinking</p><hr/<p>Joy, delight</p><hr/<p>pīti (f.) [cp. Class. Sk. prīti & Vedic prīta pp. of prī, see pīneti & piya] emotion of joy, delight, zest, exuberance. On term see Dhs. trsl. 11 and Cpd. 243
Now, further; but, on the other hand, on the contrary, however</p><hr/<p>pana (indecl.) [doublet of Sk. puna(ḥ) wiṭh diff. meaning (see puna), cp. Geiger, P.Gr. § 34] adversative & interrogative parti
bhagavant (adj. n.) [cp. Vedic bhagavant, fr. bhaga] fortunate, illustrious, sublime, as Ep. and title "Lord." Thus applied to the Buddha (amhākaṃ Bh.) and his predecessors. Occurs with extreme freque
Knowledge, learning, scholarship, science; wisdom
Having little grass, free from grass