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Concise pali-english dictionary - старонка 8


Assattha (pp. of assàdeti), com­forted; consoled.

Assaddha, a. faithless; unbeliev­ing. assaddhiya, nt. disbelief.

Assama, m. hermitage.

Assamaõa, m. a bogus monk; one who has fallen from the monks­hood.

Assayuja, m. name of a month, October-November.

Assava, a. loyal; attentive. m. flow; pus.

Assavaõatà, f. inattention.

Assavanãya, a. not pleasant to hear.

Assasati (à + sas + a), to breathe; to inhale.

Assà, f. a mare. (Dat. and Gen. sg. of ima:) to her; of her.

Assàda, m. assàdanà, f. taste; enjoyment; satisfaction.

Assàdeti (à + sad + e), to taste; to enjoy.

assàdesi. aor.

Assàsa, m. 1. inhalation; 2. com­fort; consolation.

Assàsaka, a. that which brings comfort or consolation.

Assàseti (à + sas + e), to con­sole; to comfort.

assàsesi. aor.

Assu, nt. tears.

~dhàrà, f. shower of tears.

~mukha, a. with a tearful face.

~mocana, nt. shedding of tears.

Assu, in. a particle used in emphatic sense. (3rd pl. Potential:) may be.

Assuta, a. unheard.

~vantu, a. ignorant; one who has no learning.

Aha, nt. day. Followed by an­other word in cpds. it takes the form aho, as in ahoratta.

Ahata, a. new; not spoiled.

Ahaha, intj. exclamation of woe. nt. an immense number; m. name of a purgatory.

Aha§, (Nom. sg. of amha), I.

~kàra, m. egotism; arrogance.

Ahàriya, a. immovable.

Ahi, m. snake; serpent.

~guõ­thika, m. snake-catcher.

~cchattaka, m. a mushroom.­

~tundtka, m. snake-catcher.

~pheõa, nt. opium.

Ahita, nt. harm; unkindness. adj. harmful.

Ahirika, a. shameless. nt. shamelessness.

Ahivàtakaroga, m. buboenie plague.

Ahi§sà, f. non-hurting.

Ahãnindriya, a. not defective of any sense-organ.

Ahugàliya, nt. loud laughter.

Ahetuka, a. groundless; causeless.

Aho, in. exclamation of surprise or consternation.

Ahoratta, nt. day and night.

Ahosi (aor. of hoti), he was.­ ~kamma, nt. an act of thought which has no longer any poten­tial force.

A§sa, m. nt. I. a part; a side; 2. shoulder.

~kåña, nt. shoulder.

~bandhana, nt. shoulder strap.

A§su, m. ray of light; a fibre.

~ka, nt. cloth.

~màlã, m. the sun.

â, in. up to. prep. from; towards.

âkaïkhati (a + kakh + § -a), to wish for; to desire.

âkaïkhi. aor.

âkaïkhana, nt. àkaïkhà, f. longing; wish; desire.

âkaïkhamàna, pr. p. wishing; desiring.

âkaóóhati (a + kaóóh + a), to pull; to drag.

âkaóóhi. aor.

âkaó­óhita. pp.

âkaóóhana, nt. pulling out; dragging.

âkappa, m. deportment.

~sam­panna, a. of good conduct.

âkampita, pp. shaken; trem­bling.

âkara, m. a mine; place of production.

âkassati (à + kass + a), to drag; to pull.

âkassi. aor.

âkàra, m. manner; condition; state; appearance.

âkàsa, m. the sky; space.

~­gaïgà, f. the celestial river.

~­càrã, a. going through the air.

~ññha, a. situated or living in the sky.

~tala, nt. flat roof of a building.

~dhàtu, f. the ele­ment of space. i.e. ether.

âki¤ca¤¤a, nt. nothingness; absence of any possession.

âkiõõa, pp. of the following.

âkirati (à + kir + a), to strew over; to scatter.

âkiri. aor.

âkula, àkulãbhåta, a. entangled; confused.

âkoñana, nt. knocking; urging.

âkoñita (pp. of the following), compressed; screened.

âkoñeti (à + kuñ + e), to knock; to beat down; to com­press.

âkoñesi. aor.

âkhu, m. a rat; mouse.

âkhyà, f. name.

âkhyikà, f. a story.

âkhyàta, nt. predicate; a verb.

âgacchati (à + gam + a), to come to; to approach.

âgacchi, àgami. aor.

âgacchanta, pr. p. of the above. coming; approaching.

âgata, pp. of àgacchati, nt. coming.

âgantu, m. one who is coming.

âgantuka, 3. guest; new-comer; stranger.

âgama, m. 1. coming; approach; 2. religion; scripture; 3. an in­serted consonant.

âgamana, nt. oncoming; arrival.

âgamayamàna, a. waiting for; expecting.

âgameti (à + gam + e), to wait for; to expect.

âgamesi. aor.

âgamma, abs. (of âgacchati), having come; owing to.

âgàmã, a. coming; one who comes. ~kàla, m. the future.

âgàlha, a. strong; rough.

âgàrika, a. belonging to a house.

âgilàyati (à + gilà + ya), to be wearied; to ache.

âgilàyi. aor.

âgu, nt. guilt; offence.

~càrã, m. a criminal; a villain.

âghàta, m. 1. anger; hatred; 2. collision.

âghàtana, nt. slaughter house; place of execution.

âcamana, nt. rinsing.

~kumbhã, f. water-pitcher used for rinsing.

âcameti (à + cam + e), to rinse; to wash.

âcamesi. aor.

âcaya, m. accumulation.

âcarati (à + car + a), to act; to practise or perform.

âcariya, m. teacher.

~kula, nt. the family or the abode of a teacher.

~dhana, nt. teacher’s fee.

~muñ­ñhi, f. special know­ledge of a teacher.

~vàda, m. traditional teaching.

âcariyànã, f. a female teacher; wife of a teacher.

âcàma, m. the scum of boiling rice.

âcàra, m. conduct; behaviour; practice.

~kusala, a. versed in good manners.

âcikkhaka, àcikkhitu, m. one who tells or informs.

âcikkhati (à + cikkh + a), to tell; to relate; to inform.

âcikkhi. aor.

âcikkhita. pp.

âcinanta, pr. p. accumulating.

âciõõa (pp. of àcinàti), prac­tised. ~kappa, m. customary practice.

âcita, pp. of the following.

âcinàti (à + ci + na), to accu­mulate.

âcini. aor.

âcãyati (pass. of the above), to be heaped up or accumulated.

âcãyi. aor.

âcera, m. teacher.

âja¤¤a, a. of good breed.

âjànana, nt. knowledge.

âjànàti (à + ¤à + nà); to know; to understand.

âjàni. aor.

âjànãya, ref. àja¤¤a.

âjãva, m. livelihood; living; sub­sistence.

âjãvaka, àjãvika, m. a kind of non-Buddhist ascetics.

âõatta, (pp. of àõàpeti), being ordered.

âõatti, f. command; order.

~­ka, a. connected with a command.

âõà, f. command.

~sampanna, a. authoritative; influential.

âõàpaka, m. one who com­mands or issues orders.

âõàpana, nt. the act of com­manding.

âõàpeti (a + ¤à + ape), to com­mand.

ânàpesi. aor.

âõatta. pp.

ânàpiya. abs.

âõi, f. a nail; linchpin.

âtaïka, m. illness; disease.

âtata, nt. a drum with one face.

~vitata, nt. a drum covered with leather on all sides.

âtatta (pp. of àtapati), heated; scorched.

âtapa, m. sunshine.

âtapati (à + tap + a) to shine.

âtapi. aor.

âtapatta, nt. sunshade; umbrella.

âtappa, m. ardour; exertion.

âtàpa, m. glow; heat; ardour.

âtàpana, nt. mortification; tor­ture.

âtàpã, a. ardent; strenuous.

âtàpeti (à + tap + e), to scorch; to torment.

âtàpesi. aor.

âtuma, m. ref. atta.

âtura, a. affected with; sick; diseased.

âdara, m. esteem; regard; affec­tion.

âdà, àdàya, abs. (of àdàti), having taken.

âdàtabba, pt. p. fit to be taken.

âdàti (à + dà + a), to take; to grasp.

âdiyi. aor.

âdàna, nt. taking up; grasping.

âdàyã, m. one who takes.

âdàsa, m. mirror.

~tala, nt. surface of a mirror.

âdi, m. starting point; begin­ning. adj. & adv. first; beginning with. i. e. and so on; so forth.­

~kammika, m. beginner.­

~kalyàõa, a. beautiful in the beginning.

~ma, a. foremost.

Àdika, a. and so on.

Àdicca, m. the sun.

~patha, m. the sky.

~bandhu. m. kinsman of the sun; of the Solar race.

âdito, ad. at first; from the beginning.

âditta (pp. of àdippati), blaz­ing; burning.

âdinna (pp. of àdàti); taken; grasped.

âdiya, àdiyitvà, abs. (of the following) having taken.

âdiyati (à + dà + i + ya), to take up; to grasp. (This is a passive base, but has active meaning).

âdiyi. aor.

âdisati (à + dis + a), to point out; to tell; to announce.

âdisi. aor.

âdissa, abs. (of the above), hav­ing pointed out. adj. blameable; fit to be pointed out.

âdãnava, m. disadvantage.

âdãpita (pp. of àdãpeti), in flames; ablaze.

âdu, in. or; but.

âdeyya, a. to be taken up; acceptable.

âdeva, m. àdevanà, f. lament­ing; crying; deploring.

âdesa, m. 1. pointing out; 2. substitution in grammar.

âdesanà, àdisanà, f. pro­phesy; guessing; pointing out.

âdhàna, nt. 1. laying; 2. recept­acle; 3. a hedge.

~gàhã, m. obstinate person.

âdhàra, m. a container; recep­tacle; holder; basis; support; stand.

~ka, nt. a stool; a stand.

âdhàvati (a + dhàv + a) to run towards.

âdhàvana, ni. onrush.

âdhipacca, àdhipateyya, nt. lordship; power.

âdhunàti (à + dhu + nà), to shake off; to remove.

âdhuni. aor.

âdhåta. pp.

âdheyya, a. belonging to; fit to be borne.

âna, àõa, nt. breathing; inhal­ation.

âõaka, m. a kettledrum.

ânaõya, nt. freedom from debt.

ânana, face; mouth.

ânantarika, a. immediately following.

ânanda, m. joy; pleasure.

ânandã, a. joyful.

ânayati, ref. àneti.

ânàpàna or àõàpàõa, nt. inhaled and exhaled breath.

ânisa§sa, m. profit; merit; good result.

ânisada, nt. the buttocks.

ânita (pp. of àneti), brought.

ânãyamàna, pr. pass. p. being fetched or brought.

ânupubbã, f. order; succession.

~kathà, f. graduated sermon.

ânubhàva, m. power; splen­dour; majesty.

âne¤ja, a. static; imperturbable.

âneti (à + ni + a) to bring; to fetch.

ânetabba. pt. p.

âpa, m. nt. water; liquid. (In some cpds. it becomes àpo) .

âpagà, f. river.

âpajjati (à + pad + ya), to get into; to undergo; to meet with.

âpaõa, m. bazaar; market.

âpaõika, m. tradesman; shop­keeper.

âpatati (à + pat + a), to fall or rush on to.

âpati. aor.

âpatita. pp.

âpatana, ni. falling down.

âpatti, f. getting into; an ecclesiastical offence.

âpadà, f. misfortune; distress.

âpanna (pp. of àpajjati), en­tered upon; fallen into.­

~sattà, f. a pregnant woman.

âpàõa, nt. breathing; exhal­ation.

~koñika, a. limited with the end of life.

âpàdaka, m. one who takes care of a child; a guardian.

âpàdikà, f. a nurse; a foster­-mother.

âpàdi, aor. of àpajjati.

âpàdeti (a + pad + e), to nurse; to produce.

âpàdesi. aor.

âpàdetu, m. one who brings up la child).

âpàtha, m. sphere or range (of a sense organ).

~gata, a. come into the sphere.

âpàna, nt. drinking hall.

~bhå­mi. f. ~maõóala, nt. banquet­ing hall.

âpànãyaka§sa, m. goblet; drinking bowl.

âpàyika, a. born in or belonging to a state of misery.

âpucchati (à + pucch + a), to en­quire after; to ask permission.

âpucchi. aor.

âpucchita. pp.

âpucchà, àpucchiya, abs. (of the above), having asked permis­sion or leave.

âpucchitabba, pt. p. to be asked or enquired after.

âpårati (a + pår + a) to become full; to increase.

âpåri. aor.

âpåraõa, nt. filling; to become full.

âpodhàtu, f. the element of cohesion.

âphusati (a + phus + a) to feel; to attain to.

âbaddha, pp. of àbandhati.

âbandhaka, a. tying; connect­ing; fixing.

âbandhati (à + bandh + a), to bind to; to fasten on to.

âbandhi. aor.

âbàdha, m. disease; affliction.

âbàdhika, a. sick; affected with illness.

âbàdhita (pp. of àbàdheti), afflicted; oppressed.

âbàdheti (à + badh + e), to op­press; to harass.

âbàdhesi. aor.

âbhata, pp. brought; convey­ed.

âbharrõa, nt. ornament; decor­ation.

âbhassara, a. radiant.

âbhà, f. àbhàsa, m. light; lustre; radiance.

âbhàti (à + bhà + a), to shine; to radiate.

âbhàsi. aor.

âbhidosika, a. belonging to the last evening.

âbhidhammika, a. versed in or studying Abhidhamma.

âbhisekika, a. belonging to the consecration.

âbujati (à + bhuj + a), to bend; to coil; to contract.

âbhuji. aor.

âbhujana, nt. crouching; bend­ing; soiling.

âbhoga, m. ideation; thought.

âma, in. yes.

âma, âmaka, a. raw; fresh; uncooked; not ripe.

~gandha, m. ‘smell of a raw flesh’, verminous odour; flesh.­

~kasusàna, nt. charnel grove, where corpses are thrown to be eaten by wild animals.

âmaññha (pp. of àmasati), touched; handled.

âmattika, nt. earthenware: crockery .

âmaddana, nt. crushing.

âmantana, nt. calling; invita­tion; addressing.

âmantita, pp. of the following.

âmanteti (à + mant + e), to call; to address; to invite.

âmantesi. aor.

âmaya, m. illness.

âmalaka, nt. àmalakã, f. emblic myrobalan.

âmasati (à + mas + a), to touch; to pat; to rub.

âmasi. aor.

âmasita and àmaññha. pp.

âmasana, nt. touching; rubbing.

âmà, f. a slave woman.

âmàsaya, m. stomach.

âmisa, nt. food; flesh; bait; gain; adj. material.

~dàna, nt. donation of requisites (i.e. food, lodging, etc).

âmu¤cati (à + muc + §-a), to put on (some attire); to wear.

âmu¤ci. aor.

âmutta (pp. of the above), dressed or adorned with.

âmeõóita, nt. exclamation.

âmo ref. âma.

âmoda, m. 1. pleasure; 2. strong fragrance.

âmodati (à + mud + a) to rejoice.

âmodi. aor.

âmodita. pp.

âmodanà, f. rejoicing.

âmodamàna, pr. p. glad; joy­ful.

âmodeti (caus. à + mud + e), to gladden.

âmodesi. aor.

âya, m. income; profit.

~kam­mika, m. collector of income.

~kosalla, nt. cleverness to increase one’s income.

~mukha, nt. inflow; that which brings income.

âyata, a. long; extended.

âyatana, nt. sphere; region; sense-organ; position.

âyatanika, a. belonging to a region.
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