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Flashcards in M13 mahādukkhakkhandhasuttaṃ Deck (189):
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pāvisati

enters

2

etadahosi (etad+ ahosi)

the thought occurred to (me, him, them etc)

3

carati

walks / roams about / wander

4

yaṃ nūna

how good would it be if

5

yena…tena

where…there

6

upasaṅkamati

approach

7

aññatitthiyāna

follower of the other sect

8

paribbājakā

wandering asetics

9

sammodati (saṃ + mud + a)

exchanges friendly greetings

10

katha

conversation

11

sammodanīya

enjoyable / pleasant

12

sāraṇīya

that which cause to remember

13

vītisāretvā

having finished

14

ekamantaṃ

at one side

15

etadavocuṃ

said this

16

pariñña

comprehension/ in this sutta = eradication

17

vatthu kāmā

everything we see, smell, taste... think

18

kilesa kāmā

attachment, taṇha

19

visesa / adhippayāso / nānākaraṇa

difference / distinction

20

amhākaṃ

(genetive case = of us) ours

21

dhammadesana

dhamma teaching

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anusāsanī

discourse; instruction

23

abhinandati

rejoice

24

paṭikkosati (paṭi + kus + a)

rejects, protest

25

uṭṭhāyāsanā (uṭṭhāya + asanā)

got up from the seat

26

pakkamati

goes away

27

santika

presence

28

ājānati (ā + ñā + nā)

understands

29

piṇḍapātapaṭikkantā

after came back from where they ate

30

abhivādeti

pay homage

31

ko

what (for Masculine gender)

32

kiṃ

what (for Neutre gender)

33

assāda

satisfaction (Sukha somanasa that arises because of contact with lovely objects)

34

ādīnava

disadvantage

35

nissaraṇa

liberation / exit

36

puṭṭhā

ask

37

sampāyati

be able to answer

38

vighāta

annoyance, feel suffering

39

āpajjati

reaches

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uttariṃ

further, moreover

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kāmānaṃ assādo

satisfaction of sense pleasure

42

kissa hetu

why

43

yathā taṃ

taṃ has no meaning, yathā = yasmā = because

44

visaya

field

45

loke

world (okasa loka) of devas, māra and brahma

46

pajāya

beings (satta loka) sassamaṇabrāhmaṇiyā, sadevamanussāya (kings and his subjects)

47

ārādheti

pleases

48

aññatra

except

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veyyākaraṇena

by answering

50

ito

from here

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viññeyyā

known

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cakkhuviññeyyā rūpā

form seen by the eye

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iṭṭhā

pleasing

54

kantā

lovely

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manāpā

charming

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piyarūpā

agreeable

57

kāmūpasaṃhitā

(kāma+upasaṃhitā= connected with sense pleasure)

58

rajanīyā

leading to attachment/ enticing

59

paṭicca

because of

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uppajjati

arises

61

kula

family

62

kulaputto

man of the family

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jīvikaṃ

livelihood

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sippaṭṭhāna

any craft

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sippaṭṭhānena

by any craft

66

kappeti

makes (his livelihood)

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vaṇijjāya

as a merchant

68

kasiyā

by ploughing = as a farmer

69

muddāya

by calculation

70

gaṇanāya

by statistic

71

saṅkhānena

by counting

72

gorakkhena

by cow keeping

73

issatthena

by archery or as a archer

74

rājaporisena

as a servant of the king, minster or servant

75

sippa

art; craft

76

purakkhato

surrounded/ opressed

77

uṇha

hot. (nt.), heat. (adj.)

78

vāta

wind

79

atapa

heat

80

sarīṃsapa

snake

81

khuppipāsā

hunger and thirst

82

mīyamāna

died. (pr.p. of miyyati)

83

dukkhakkhandho

the heap of dukkha

84

sandiṭṭhiko

visible

85

kāmahetu, kāmanidānaṃ, kāmādhikaraṇaṃ

because of / due to / origin from kāma

86

ādīnava

disadvantage

87

Uṭṭhahati

make effort

88

ghaṭati

strives/ exerts oneself

89

Vāyamati

to struggle, strive, endeavour; to exert oneself

90

bhogā

wealth

91

abhinipphajjati

being accomplished

92

socati

worries, mourns, grieves. (suc + a)

93

kilamati

gets tired

94

paridevati

weeps, laments

95

urattāḷiṃ

ura= chest; tāḷi= beating; beating one’s own chest

96

kandati

cries

97

sammohaṃ āpajjati

comes to confusion

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moghaṃ

useless

99

vata

indeed

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uṭṭhāna

effort

101

aphalo

not fruitful

102

ārakkha

protection

103

paṭisaṃvedeti

to experience

104

kinti

how

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corā

theif

106

harati

to take away, carry away

107

hareyyuṃ

may carry away

108

aggi

fire

109

dahati

burns

110

udaka

water, flood

111

vahati

bears; carries

112

yampi

yaṃ api = whatever

113

ahosi

(past) I had

114

vivadanti

dispute

115

gahapati

householder

116

khattiya

royals

117

bhāta

brother

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bhagini

sister

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sahāya

friend

120

kalaha

quarrel

121

viggaha

fight

122

vivādāpannā

dispute

123

pāṇi

hand, palm

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upakkamanti

strive/ attack

125

leḍḍu

clod of earth; stone

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daṇḍa

a stick

127

sattha

sword, weapon

128

nigacchati

comes to/ suffer

129

maraṇamattampi dukkhaṃ

near death suffering

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asicamma

sword and shield

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gahetvā

having taken

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dhanukalāpaṃ

dhanu: a bow; kalāpa: a quiver

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sannayhitvā

having fastened; having armed oneself

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saṅgāmaṃ

battle

135

usu

arrow

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satti

spear

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khippamānāsu

throwing

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vijjhati

shoots

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asi

sword

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sīsaṃ

head

141

chindanti

cut

142

jirati

becomes old; decays

143

jiṇṇa

became old; decayed. (pp. of jirati)

144

gatayobbana

youth gone

145

pavedhamāna

shaking, shivering

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gopānasivaṅka

crooked like a rafter/ beam

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bhogga

bent

148

daṇḍaparāyana

leaning on a stick; supported by a staff. (adj.)

149

ātura

affected with; sick; deceased

150

khaṇḍadanta

broken teeth

151

palitakesa

white hair

152

vilūna

hair falling

153

khalitasira

bald headed

154

valina

wrinkle

155

tilakāhatagatta

skin with stains and spots

156

purimā

previous

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vaṇṇanibhā

splendor complextion

158

antarahitā

disappeared. (pp. of antardhāyati)

159

antardhāyati

disappears

160

pātubhūta

become manifest; appeared

161

pātubhavati

manifests; appears

162

ābādhika

sick; affected with illness. (adj.)

163

dukkhita

afflicted; grieved; unhappy; dejected; ailing. (adj.)

164

bāḷhagilāna

strongly / seriously sick

165

mutta

urine

166

karīsa

excrement

167

palipanna

fallen or sunk into. (pp. of paripajjati)

168

vuṭṭhāpeti

rouses

169

vuṭṭhāpiyamānaṃ

made him stand up

170

saṃvesati

to lie down

171

saṃvesiyamānaṃ

put him to bed

172

sarīra

body

173

sivathikāya

in the cemetery (locative)

174

chaḍḍita

abandoned (pp. of chaḍḍeti)

175

ekāha

one day

176

uddhumātaka

swollen; bloated. (adj.)

177

Vinīlaka

of a bluish -- black (purple) colour

178

Vipubbaka

decomposing, festering (said of a dead body)

179

kāka

crow

180

kulala

hawk

181

gijjha

vulture

182

khajjati

eaten (khaj + ya (pass. of khādati.))

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kaṅka

heron

184

sunakha

dog

185

byaggha

tiger

186

dīpi

panther, leopard

187

siṅgāla

hyena

188

Vividha

various

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pāṇakajāta

living beings