Concise Pali-English Dictionary by A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera

By A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera

The writer isn't just an eminent Elder of the Buddhist Order yet one of many best Pali students famous either within the East and the West as an expert at the topic. it's to be saw that the writer has stored roughly to the normal experience of phrases whereas now not altogether ignoring the meanings given by means of western students of their translations and lexicons.

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Assāda, m. assādanā, f. taste; enjoyment; satisfaction. Assādeti (ā + sad + e), to taste; to enjoy. assādesi. aor. Assāsa, m. 1. inhalation; 2. comfort; consolation. Assāsaka, a. that which brings comfort or consolation. Assāseti (ā + sas + e), to console; to comfort. assāsesi. aor. Assu, nt. tears. ~dhārā, 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.

Avakāsa, m. chance; room; opportunity. Avakirati (ava + kir + a), to pour down; to throw out; to scatter. avakiri. aor. Avakiriya, abs. (of the above), having scattered or thrown away. Avakujja, a. face downward; bent over. Avakkanta (pp. of avakkamati), beset with; overwhelmed by. Avakkanti, f. entry. Avakkamati (ava + kam + a), to enter; to overwhelm. avakkami. aor. Avakkamma, abs. (of the above), having entered or moved aside. Avakkāra, m. 1. throwing away; 2. refuse. ~pāti, f. a slop basin.

Abbhāgata, 3. a guest; a stranger. pp. arrived. Abbhāgamana, nt. arrival; coming forward. Abbhācikkhati (abhi + ā + cikkh + a), to accuse; to culminate. abbhācikkhi. aor. Abbhācikkhana, nt. accusation; slander. Abbhāhata (pp. of abbhāhanati), attacked; afflicted. Abbhukkiraṇa, nt. drawing out; sprinkling. Abbhukkirati (abhi + u + kir + a), to sprinkle over. abbhukkiri. aor. Abbhuggacchati (abhi + u + gam + a), to rise up; to be diffused. abbhuggacchi. aor. Abbhuggata, pp. of the above. Abbhuggamana, nt.

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