ҹءطʹ ѺѾ

ʡҤԼ

the Fruit of Once-Returning.

ʡҤä

the Path of Once-Returning.

ʡҤ,

a Once-Returner; one who has attained the second stage of the Path and will be reborn on the earth only once before attaining the final emancipation.

ʡҷ

the affirmative; proposer.

ʧҹ

the Songkran Festival; water-throwing festival ;the old Thai New Year.

ʧ

1. to treat kindly; give help; favour; aid. 2. to compile; collect; comprise; include; group.

ʧ

community; assemblage; a chapter of (not less than four) Buddhist monks; the Sangha; the Order; the Buddhist clergy; the Buddhist church; Holy Brotherhood.

ʧ

lit. faring on; the Round of Rebirth; the Round of Existence; the Wheel of Rebirth; the Wheel of Life; the Life Process; Rebirth process; the Process of Birth and Death.

ʵ

mindfulness; attentiveness; detached watching; awareness.

ʵԻѯҹ

(the four) Foundations of Mindfulness; setting up of mindfulness.

ʵԹ

verdict of innocence; procedure for the acquittal of an Arahant who has fully-developed mindfulness.

ʶٻ

a relic mound; reliquary mound; tope; cairn; monument erected over the ashes of a holy person; stupa.

ʷѹ

contentment with ones own wife.

ʹҸ

ҡѨ.

ʺ

inner garment; the undergarment of a Buddhist monk, nun or novice; the under robe.

ʾ

a fellow monk; fellow in the holy life; co-celibate.

nature; condition; state; reality.

Ǹ

principle of nature; natural condition; natural phenomenon.

Ե

balanced livelihood; regular life ;living economically; living within ones means.

a recluse; a Buddhist monk.

duties of a monk; monastic observances.

ѡ

eccl. Honorific rank; title.

ѭ

awareness of ones monkhood; consciousness of proper behaviour of a monk; a monks sense of duty.

ٻ

a monks proper behaviour; the mien and deportment appropriate to a monk.

a novice.

Somdech; any of the highest dignitaries in the hierarchy of the Thai Sangha, second only to the Supreme Patriarch.

calm, tranquillity, quietude of heart.

ѯҹ, ~ҹ

ǹ.

ǹ

concentration development; the method and practice of concentrating the mind; tranquillity development.

ѵ

success; attainment; achievement; accomplishment; fulfillment; happiness; bliss; fortune; wealth; prosperity; perfection; soundness; validity.

.

ͧ.

convention; agreement; authorization; appointment.

Ѩ

conventional truth.

ҷҹ

undertaking; observance; acceptance. v. to undertake; take upon oneself.

Ҹ

concentration; one-pointedness of mind; mental discipline.

ҹѵ

impartiality; sociability; state of equality; even and equal treatment; equality and participation.

Һѵ

attainment; meditative attainments.

ب੷ص

deliverance by destruction.

دҹ

origination; cause.

ط

the Cause of Suffering; the Origin of Suffering.

,

the Self-Existence; an epithet of the Buddha.

ç

v. to bathe (of a monk or novice).

ó

refuge; help; protection; guide; remembrance.

ó, óҤ

taking refuge (in the Triple Gem); going for refuge.

ѭ

intoning; a particular mode of recitation (allowable to monks).

ԭ,

praise; commendation.

the (physical) body.

ҡѵ

food to be distributed by tickets; ticket-food.

Ǵү,

recitation of the fundamental Precepts of the Buddhist monks. v. to recite or chant the Fundamental Precepts. ү.

ǴԸ

funeral chanting (of Abhidhamma excerpts); requiem chanting.

Ǵ, []

prayer; v. to pray; chant; say a prayer.

Ǵ, [㹾оطʹ]

recitation; chanting (esp. of protective verses); rehearsal. v. to recite (the Buddhas teachings); chant; chant the holy stanzas.

ä

a place of happiness; heaven; heavenly abode.

˸ԡ

co-religionists; fellow Dhamma-farer.

µ

the six senses; sense-bases; sense-organs; sense-spheres.

ػҷʹԾҹ

Nibbana realized with the body remaining; Nibbana with the substratum of life remaining.

ѡ·ԯ

self-illusion; the delusion of self; belief in a personal self; theory of soul; egoistic view.

ѡ

honor; worship; hospitality.

Ѥ

ä.

ѧ

things conditions by causes; things produced by combination of causes; conditioned or compounded things.

ѧ

1. compounded things; component things; conditioned things; the world of phenomena; all things which have been made up by pre-existing causes; (as in Sabbe Sankhara anicca-ti). 2. volitional activities; formations; Karma formations; mental formations; mental predispositions; volitional impulses; impulses and emotions; volition; all the mental factors except feeling and perception having volition as the constant factor, (as in the Five Aggregates and in the Law of Causation). 3. essential conditions; the sum of the conditions or essential properties for a given process or result; constructing or formative factors, (as in Ayusankhara, Kayasankhara). 4. conductive factors; instigation (as in Sasankharika, Asankharika).

ѧ

ѧ.

ѧѵ

objects of sympathy; objects of favour; principles of kindly treatment; principles of service and social integration.

ѧ¹, ѧյ

rehearsal; a Council; general convocation of the Sangha in order to settle questions of doctrine and to fix the text of the Scriptures.

ѧ

an act or ceremony performed by a chapter of Buddhist monks assembled in solemn conclave; a formal act.

ѧس

(the nine) virtues of the Sangha.

ѧҹ

offering to the Order; gift to the Order of monks; offering dedicated to the Sangha; gift dedicated to the Community as a whole.

ѧ¡

Eccl. Prime Minister.

ѧ

schism; causing dissension among the Order; the creation of a schism in the Order.

ѧ

the Order; the Monastic Order; the Sangha; the monkhood.

ѧ

Eccl. Minister. ~, ͧ~.

ѧҪ, 稾

(His Holiness) the Supreme Patriarch.

ѧ

Eccl. Assembly.

ѧү

the outer robe of a Buddhist monk.

ѧҷ

an offence entailing initial and subsequent meeting of the Sangha; Formal Meeting.

ѧҸԡ

an ecclesiastical official; eccl. administrative officer.

ѧҹʵ

recollection of the Order; reflection on the virtue of the Sangha.

ѧ

the monastic precincts; living quarters of the monks.

ѧصԡ

Collection of Connected Discourses; Book of the Kindred Sayings; name of the third main division of the Sutta Pitaka.

ѧª

(the ten) Fetters (that bind man to the round of rebirth).

ѧ

restraint.

ѧûҹ

the effort to prevent the arising of unrisen evils; the effort to avoid unwholesome states.

ѧ

communion.

ѧǤ

sense of urgency.

ѧǪʶҹ

a place apt to rouse the sense of urgency; (the Four) Holy Places of Buddhism.

ѧѮ

ʧ.

ѧʷ

moisture-born creatures.

Ѩ

truth; truthfulness.

Ѩ

the truth; Truth.

ѨԡҵѾ

that which is to be realized, i.e. the Cessation of Suffering or Nibbana.

ѭ

restraint; self-control; abstinence.

ѭ

perception; idea; ideation.

ѭҺѵ

commission; royal certificate of appointment. º ҵ.

ѭ⭪

ѧª.

ѵ

(the nine) spheres inhabited by beings; abodes of beings.

ѵˡó

business to be done within seven days; grounds or occasions on which monks are permitted to leave the rains-residence for the limited time of seven days.

ѵ

a good, worthy man; righteous man; gentleman.

ѵ

a being; living being; creature; person.

ѷ

audible object; sound.

ѷ

the true Dhamma; true doctrine; doctrine of the good; good law; good principle.

ѷٻ

false doctrine; pseudo-Dhamma. 

ѷ

faith; confidence.

ѷҨԵ

the devout; the faithful-natured; one of faithful temperament.

ѷ

achievement of faith.

ѷԡ

a co-resident; pupil.

ѹҹ

ѹҹ.

ѹ

contentment; satisfaction with whatever is ones own.

ѹ

continuity (esp. of consciousness); a series of moments.

ѹҹ

1. Continuity of subliminal consciousness; the evermoving, flowing panorama of successive mental states. 2. Intrinsic or inherent qualities of character; inborn trait; innate character.

ѹ

peace; tranquillity; calmness.

ѹد

ѹ.

ѻ

1. adj. beneficial; wholesome; suitable; favorable. 2. favorable condition.

ѻ

.

ѻ

ѵ.

ѻʸ

virtue of the righteous; (the seven) qualities of a good man.

Ѿѭصҳ

omniscience

Ѿѭ

the Omniscient One; an epithet of the Buddha.

ѭ

clear comprehension; discrimination; circumspection; clear consciousness; awareness.

achievement; fulfillment; accomplishment; attainment; success; happiness.

a future existence; next life; future life.

ԡѵ

gain for the hereafter; future benefit; spiritual welfare; sources of happiness in the future life.

ѻһ

frivolous talk; vain talk.

.

ط

one who has been well enlightened or has thoroughly understood; a Buddha; the Buddha.

lit. seeking birth or existence. 1. a living being at the first stage of life or during birth-process; a being yet to be born. 2. a being subject to rebirth; worldling. 3. (T.) a spirit seeking (or awaiting) rebirth. º ٵ.

ѻҹ

(the Four) Great Efforts; Supreme Efforts; Right Efforts.

ҡѹ

Right Action; Right Conduct; Right Behaviour.

ҷԯ

Right View; Right Understanding.

Ҩ

Right Speech.

Right Effort; Right Endeavor; Right Exertion.

ѧѻ

Right Thought; Right Intention; Right Mental Attitude; Right Motives; Right Aspiration.

ʵ

Right Mindfulness; Right Attentiveness.

Ҹ

Right Concentration.

ط

the Fully (or Perfectly) Enlightened One.

Ҫ

Right Livelihood; Right Living; Right Means of Livelihood; Right Pursuits.

آԹ

verdict in the presence of (a Sangha, the persons and the matter concerned, and the Doctrine and Discipline).

ʵԯ

eternalism; the doctrine of the continuance of the soul after death; the doctrine that soul and world are eternal.

ҡѨ

conversation; discussion.

Ҫվ

the code of discipline; all the disciplinary rules abiding on the life of the monk.

,

craft; treachery. .

Ҹ

Ǵ (㹾оطʹ).

a novice; one who is ordained by talking the Three Refuges and observes the Ten Precepts.

a female novice; female apprentice of a nun.

Ѥ

concord; unity; harmony; unanimity; union.

ѭѡɳ

the Common Characteristics (of component things). viz., impermanence, state of conflict and not-self.

ըԡ

proper act of respect; opportune gestures of respect.

ԭ

sacred thread; sacred cord.

contention; vying; presumption.

ҳ¸

states of conciliation; virtues for fraternal living.

ԡҵ

ҵ.

ǡ

a disciple; hearer; follower.

ӹѡʧ

monastic residence; monks lodging.

1. to be composed; self-controlled; restrained; decorous; sedate. 2. commingled; mixed (food).

ԡҹ

a female novice undergoing a probationary course of two years (before receiving the higher ordination).

ԡ

study; training; discipline.

ԡҺ

a disciplinary rule; rule of morality; precept; training rule.

a boundary; limit; precinct; consecrated area (established by sanctioned boundaries).

morality; moral practice; moral conduct; code of morality; Buddhist ethics; a precept; rule of morality.

(merit) to be gained through, or connected with, morality.

ط

purity of morality; purification of morality.

achievement of virtue; fulfillment of moral conduct.

ѭ

equality in moral conduct; unity in moral or disciplinary practices.

ԡ

͸ԡ.

Ѿ

adherence to mere rule and ritual; indulgence in wrongful rites and ceremonies; belief in the efficacy of rites and ceremonies.

Ѿػҷҹ

clinging to mere rule and ritual; adherence to rites and ceremonies; attachment to the belief in the efficacy of religious ceremonies and rituals.

ҹʵ

recollection of morality; reflection on the advantages of morality or on ones own morals.

lying like a lion; lying on the right side.

֡

v. to leave the Order; leave monkhood; disrobe.

ءԻʡ

a dry-visioned Arahant; bare-insight worker.

آ

1. happiness; ease; joy; comfort; pleasure. 2. physical or bodily happiness or ease.

ؤ

the Happy one; the Well Farer; the Buddha.

ؤ

(the two or twenty-seven) Happy States; blissful states of existence; good bourn.

بԵ

right conduct; good conduct; uprightness.

ص

that which is heard or learnt; hearing; learning.

صԺҵ

Collected Discourses; Woven Cadences of Early Buddhists; name of the fifth division of the Khuddaka Nikaya.

صѹԮ

The Basket of Discourses; The Basket of Sermons; the second main division of the Pali Canon containing discourses.

ص»ѭ

understanding acquired by learning; wisdom resulting from study.

ط

ٷ.

ط

(the Five) Pure Abodes (in the Form-Sphere) where the Non-Returners are reborn.

Ե

pleasant speech; well-spoken words; a proverb.

Ѫҷѯҹ

(talking) intoxicants tending to cloud the mind; intoxicants causing carelessness.

¤

the system of a solar calendar.

ٵ

a discourse; dialogue; aphorism.

ٵ,

the discourses; the original sermons and dialogues of the Buddha. صѹԮ.

ʢ,

the learner, i.e. one who has reached one of the stages of holiness, except the last, and has yet to undergo a higher training.

ʢѵ

(the seventy-five) rules for training; rules of good breeding; the code of etiquette.

ʹʹ

sleeping and sitting; bed and seat; dwelling; lodging.

ʡ

ȡ.

ʴҺѹ

a Stream-Enterer; Stream-Winner; one who has attained the first stage of holiness.

ʴһѵԼ

the Fruition of Stream-entry; Fruit of Stream-Entrance.

ʴһѵä

the Path of Stream-entrance; Path of Stream-attainment.

ʵ

the ear-door; ear-avenue.

ʵԭҳ

ear-consciousness.

a pleasurable mental feeling; mental pleasure; glad-mindedness; joy; delight.

Ѩ

gentleness; meekness; suavity; gentility; refinement; mannerliness; graciousness.

Ǩʵ

state of being easy to speak with; amenability to correction; obedience; admonish ability.

sixteen.

bed; bedding; sleep; rest; lying down; reclining.




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