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capala (adj.) [Sk. capala cp. cāpa bow; from *qep to shake or quiver, see Walde Lat. Wtb. under caperro] moving to & fro, wavering, trembling, unsteady, fickle S I.204; V.269; M I.470 (and a° steady);
Name of a people, the Licchavi princes
tama (nt.) & tamo [Sk. tamas, tam & tim, cp. tamisra= Lat. tenebr¿; also timira dark & P. tibba, timira; Ohg. dinstar & finstar; Ags. thimm, E. dim] darkness (syn. andhakāra, opp. joti), lit. as well
suna [Sk. úūna, pp. of úū to swell] swollen Vin II.253; A IV.275, 470.
loka [cp. Vedic loka in its oldest meaning "space, open space." For etym. see rocati. To the etym. feeling of the Pāli hearer loka is closely related in quality to ruppati (as in pop. etym. of rūpa) a
A man; a male; a person, individual; an attendant
miga [Vedic mṛga, to mṛj, cp. magga, meaning, when characterised by another attribute "wild animal" in general, animal of the forest; when uncharacterised usually antelope] 1. a wild animal, an animal
pahīna [pp. of pajahati] given up, abandoned, left, eliminated Vin III.97=IV.27; S II.24; III.33; IV.305; Sn 351 (°jāti--maraṇa), 370, 564, 1132 (°mala--moha); It 32; Nd2 s. v.; Ps I.63; II.244; Pug 1
To bear, to carry, to hold, to keep; to wear; to possess; to restrain; to bear in mind, to know by heart</p><hr/<p>dhāreti [Caus. of dharati, q. v. for etym.] to hold, viz. 1. to carry, bear, wear, po
tīra (nt.) [Vedic tiras from *ter, tarati; orig. the opposite bank, the farther side (of a river or ocean), cp. tittha] a shore, bank Vin I.1; D I.222, 244; A II.29, 50; Dh 85; Sn 672; J I.212, 222, 2
Fear, fright; danger, calamity
Free from human passion
bhikkhaka [fr. bhikkhu, Cp. Epic Sk. bhikṣuka & f. bhikṣukī] a beggar, mendicant S I.182 (bh. brāhmaṇa); J VI.59 (v. l. BB. °uka); VbhA 327.
A beggar; a mendicant friar; a Buddhist monk</p><hr/<p>bhikkhu [cp. later Sk. bhikṣu, fr. bhikṣ] an almsman, a mendicant, a Buddhist monk or priest, a bhikkhu. <-> nom. sg. bhikkhu freq. passim; Vin I
see <see>vāyati</see>, To blow, as the wind; to breathe forth, emit, as an odour; to be emitted</p><hr/<p>vāti see vāyati (in meaning "weave," as well as "blow").