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Concise Pali-English Dictionary
A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera



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sa : [adj.] 1. (=sva in Sanskrit.), one's own. (sehi kammehi = through one's own actions). 2. a shortened form of saha, in compounds such as sadevaka. (= so), nom. sin. of ta in mas. is often seen in this form, e.g. sa ve kāsāvam arahati. || sa (= so), (nom. sing.) of ta in (mas.) is often seen in this form, e.g. sa ve kāsāvam arahati. sā (m.) a dog. (f.) (nom. from ta) she.

saupādāna : [adj.] showing attachment.

saupādisesa : [adj.] having the substratum of life remaining.

saṃkaḍḍhati : [saṃ + kaḍḍh + a] collects; drags.

saṃkaḍḍhi : [aor. of saṃkaḍḍhati] collected; dragged.

saṃkaḍḍhitvā : [abs. of saṃkaḍḍhati] having collected; having dragged.

saṃkiliṭṭha : [pp. of saṃkilissati] become soiled or impure.

saṃkilissati : [saṃ + kilis + ya] becomes soiled or impure.

saṃkilissana : [nt.] impurity; defilement.

saṃkilissi : [aor. of saṃkilissati] becomed soiled or impure.

saṃkilissitvā : [abs. of saṃkilissati] having become soiled or impure.

saṃkilesa : [m.] impurity; defilement.

saṃkilesika : [adj.] baneful; corrupting.

saṃyata : [adj.] restrained; self-controlled.

saṃyatacārī : [adj.] living in self-control.

saṃyatta : [adj.] having one's mind restrained.

saṃyama : [m.] restraint; self-control; abstinence.

saṃyamana : [nt.] restraint; self-control; abstinence.

saṃyamita : [pp. of saṃyameti] restrained; practised self-control.

saṃyamī : [m.] a recluse; one who restrains his senses.

saṃyameti : [saṃ + yam + e] restrains; practises self-control.

saṃyametvā : [abs. of saṃyameti] having restrained; having practised self-control.

saṃyamenta : [pr.p. of saṃyameti] restraining; practising self-control.

saṃyamesi : [aor. of saṃyameti] restrained; practised self-control.

saṃyujjati : [saṃ + yij + ya] to be combined or connected.

saṃyujji : [aor. of saṃyujjati] combined or connected.

saṃyuta : [pp. of saṃyujjati] connected; combined; bound together.

saṃyutta : [pp. of saṃyujjati] connected; combined; bound together.

saṃyūḷha : [pp. of saṃyūhati] formed into a mass.

saṃyūhati : [saṃ + ūh + a] forms into a mass.

saṃyūhi : [aor. of saṃyūhati] formed into a mass.

saṃyoga : [m.] a bond; union; association; fetter; an euphonic combination.

saṃyojana : [nt.] connection; fettering.

saṃyojaniya : [adj.] favourable to the saṅyojanas.

saṃyojita : [pp. of saṃyojeti] joined; combined; bound.

saṃyojeti : [saṃ + yuj + e] joins; combines; binds.

saṃyojetvā : [abs. of saṃyojeti] having joined; having combined; having bound.

saṃyojenta : [pr.p. of saṃyojeti] joining; combining; binding.

saṃyojesi : [aor. of saṃyojeti] joined; combined; bound.

saṃrakkhati : [saṃ + rakkh + a] guards; wards off.

saṃrakkhanā : [f.] guarding; protection.

saṃrakkhi : [aor. of saṃrakkhati] guarded; warded off.

saṃrakkhita : [pp. of saṃrakkhati] guarded; warded off.

saṃrakkhitvā : [abs. of saṃrakkhati] having guarded; having warded off.

saṃvacchara : [nt.] a year.

saṃvaṭṭakappa : [m.] dissolving world.

saṃvaṭṭana : [nt.] rolling; dissolution.

saṃvaḍḍha : [pp. of saṃvaḍḍhati] grown up; brought up. || saṃvaḍḍha = saṃvaddha

saṃvaḍḍhati : [saṃ + vaḍḍh + a] grows; increases.

saṃvaḍḍhamāna : [pr.p. of saṃvaḍḍhati] growing; increasing.

saṃvaḍḍhi : [aor. of saṃvaḍḍhati] grew; increased.

saṃvaḍḍhita : [pp. of saṃvaḍḍhati] increased; grown up. (pp. of saṃvaḍḍheti), reared; nourished; brought up.

saṃvaḍḍhitvā : [abs. of saṃvaḍḍhati] having grown; having increased.

saṃvaḍḍheti : [caus. of saṃvaḍḍhati] rears; nourishes; brings up.

saṃvaḍḍhetvā : [abs. of saṃvaḍḍheti] having reared; having nourished; having brought up.

saṃvaḍḍhesi : [aor. of saṃvaḍḍheti] reared; nourished; brought up.

saṃvaṇṇanā : [f.] exposition; explanation; praise.

saṃvaṇṇita : [pp. of saṃvaṇṇeti] explained; commented; praised.

saṃvaṇṇetabba : [pt.p. of saṃvaṇṇeti] should be explained.

saṃvaṇṇeti : [saṃ + vaṇṇ + e] explains; comments; praises.

saṃvaṇṇetvā : [abs. saṃvaṇṇeti] having explained; having commented; having praised.

saṃvaṇṇesi : [aor. of saṃvaṇṇeti] explained; commented; praised.

saṃvattati : [saṃ + vat + a] exists; leads to. || saṃvaṭṭati (saṃ + vat + a), is dissolved.

saṃvattanika : [adj.] conducive to; involving.

saṃvatti : [aor. of saṃvattati] existed; led to. || saṃvaṭṭi (aor. of saṃvaṭṭati), dissolved.

saṃvattita : [pp. of saṃvattati] having existed; having led to. (pp. of saṃvatteti), made go on or continued.

saṃvatteti : [caus. of saṃvattati] makes go on or continues.

saṃvattetvā : [abs. of saṃvatteti] having made go on or continued.

saṃvattesi : [aor. of saṃvatteti] made go on or continued.

saṃvaddhana : [nt.] growth; bringing up; growing.

saṃvara : [m.] restraint.

saṃvaraṇa : [nt.] restriction; obstruction; shutting.

saṃvarati : [saṃ + var + a] restrains; shuts; covers.

saṃvari : [aor. of saṃvarati] restrained; shut; covered. || saṃvarī (f.), the night.

saṃvaritvā : [abs. of saṃvarati] having restrained; having shut; having covered.

saṃvasati : [saṃ + vas + a] associates; lives together; cohabits.

saṃvasi : [aor. of saṃvasati] associated; lived together; cohabited.

saṃvasita : [pp. of saṃvasati] associated; lived together; cohabited.

saṃvasitvā : [abs. of saṃvasati] having associated; having lived together.

saṃvāsa : [m.] 1. co-residence; 2. intimacy; 3. sexual intercourse.

saṃvāsaka : [adj.] living together; co-resident.

saṃvigga : [pp. of saṃvijjati] agitated; moved by fear.

saṃvijjati : [saṃ + vid + ya] to be found; exists; to be agitated or moved.

saṃvijjamāna : [pr.p. of saṃvijjati] existing.

saṃvijji : [aor. of saṃvijjati] existed.

saṃvidamāna : [pr.p. of saṃvidahati] arranging; giving orders.

saṃvidahati : [saṃ + vi + dhā + a] arranges; gives orders; prepares.

saṃvidahana : [nt.] arrangement; giving orders.

saṃvidahi : [aor. of saṃvidahati] arranged; gave orders; prepared.

saṃvidahitabba : [pt.p. of saṃvidahati] should be arranged; should be given orders.

saṃvidahitvā : [abs. of saṃvidahati] having arranged; having given orders; having prepared.

saṃvidhātu : [inf. of saṃvidahati] to arrange; to issue commands.

saṃvidhāna : [nt.] arrangement; giving orders.

saṃvidhāya : [abs. of saṃvidahati] having arranged.

saṃvidhāyaka : [adj.] one who arranges or manages.

saṃvibhaga : [m.] dividing; sharing.

saṃvibhajati : [saṃ + vi + bhaj + a] divides; shares.

saṃvibhajana : [nt.] dividing; sharing.

saṃvibhaji : [aor. of saṃvibhajati] divided; shared.

saṃvibhajita : [pp. of saṃvibhajati] divided; shared.

saṃvibhajitvā : [abs. of saṃvibhajati] having divided; having shared.

saṃvibhajja : [abs. of saṃvibhajati] having divided; having shared.

saṃvibhatta : [pp. of saṃvibhajati] divided; shared; well arranged.

saṃvibhāgī : [m.] generous; open-handed.

saṃvihita : [pp. of saṃvidahati] arranged; given orders; prepared.

saṃvuta : [pp. of saṃvarati] restrained; shut; covered.

saṃvutindriya : [adj.] having the senses under control.

saṃvega : [m.] anxiety; agitation; religious emotion.

saṃvejana : [nt.] causing of emotion or agitation.

saṃvejaniya : [adj.] apt to cause emotion or anxiety. || saṃvejanīya (adj.), to be remembered with grief or reverence.

saṃvejita : [pp. of saṃvejeti] caused emotion or agitation.

saṃvejeti : [saṃ + vij + e] causes emotion or agitation.

saṃvejetvā : [abs. of saṃvejeti] having caused emotion or agitation.

saṃvejesi : [aor. of saṃvejeti] caused emotion or agitation.

saṃsagga : [m.] contact; association.

saṃsaṭṭha : [pp.] mixed with; joined; associating with.

saṃsatta : [pp.] adhering; clinging.

saṃsandati : [saṃ + sand + a] fits; agrees; runs together.

saṃsandi : [aor. of saṃsandati] fit; agreed; ran together.

saṃsandita : [pp. of saṃsandati] fit; agreed; run together.

saṃsanditvā : [abs. of saṃsandati] having fit; having agreed; having run together.

saṃsandeti : [caus. of saṃsandati] makes fit; compares.

saṃsandetvā : [abs. of saṃsandeti] having made fit; having compared.

saṃsandesi : [aor. of saṃsandeti] made fit; compared.

saṃsappati : [saṃ + sap + a] creeps along; crawls; moves slowly.

saṃsappana : [nt.] writhing; struggling.

saṃsappi : [aor. of saṃsappati] crept along; crawled; moved slowly.

saṃsappitvā : [abs. of saṃsappati] having crept along; having crawled; having moved slowly.

saṃsaya : [m.] doubt.

saṃsaraṇa : [nt.] moving about; wandering.

saṃsarati : [saṃ + sar + a] moves about continuously; transmigrates.

saṃsari : [aor. of saṃsarati] moved about continuously; transmigrated.

saṃsarita : [pp. of saṃsarati] moved about continuously; transmigrated.

saṃsaritvā : [abs. of saṃsarati] having moved about continuously; having transmigrated.

saṃsāgara : [m.] the ocean of rebirth.

saṃsādeti : [saṃ + sad + e] keeps aside; postpones.

saṃsāmetvā : [abs.] having set in order.

saṃsāra : [m.] faring on; transmigration.

saṃsāracakka : [nt.] the wheel of rebirth.

saṃsāradukkha : [nt.] the ill of transmigration.

saṃsijjhati : [saṃ + siddh + ya] to be fulfilled; succeeds.

saṃsijjhi : [aor. of saṃsijjhati] succeeded.

saṃsita : [pp. of saṃsibbati] expected; hoped.

saṃsiddha : [pp. of saṃsijjhati] succeeded.

saṃsiddhi : [f.] success.

saṃsibbita : [pp. of saṃsibbati] sewn; entwined.

saṃsīdati : [saṃ + sad + a] sinks down; loses heart; fails in.

saṃsīdana : [nt.] sinking off.

saṃsīdamāna : [pr.p. of saṃsīditvā] sinking down; losing heart.

saṃsīdi : [aor. of saṃsīditvā] sank down; lost heart; failed in.

saṃsīditvā : [abs. of saṃsīditvā] having sunk down; having lost heart.

saṃsīna : [pp.] fallen off.

saṃsuddha : [adj.] pure.

saṃsuddhagahaṇika : [adj.] of pure descent.

saṃsūcaka : [adj.] indicating.

saṃsedaja : [adj.] born from moisture.

saṃseva : [m.] associating.

saṃsevati : [saṃ + sev + a] associates; attends.

saṃsevanā : [f.] associating.

saṃsevamāna : [pr.p. of saṃsevati] associating; attending.

saṃsevi : [aor. of saṃsevati] associated; attended. || saṃsevī (adj.), one who associates.

saṃsevita : [pp. of saṃsevati] associated; attended.

saṃsevitvā : [abs. of saṃsevati] having associated; having attended.

saṃhata : [adj.] firm; compact. || saṃhaṭa (pp. of saṃharati), collected; drawn together; folded up.

saṃharaṇa : [nt.] gathering, folding.

saṃharati : [saṃ + har + a] collects; draws together; folds up.

saṃharanta : [pr.p. of saṃharati] collecting; drawing together.

saṃhari : [aor. of saṃharati] collected; drew together; folded up.

saṃharita : [pp. of saṃharati] collected; drawn together; folded up.

saṃharitvā : [abs. of saṃharati] having collected; having drawn together; having folded up.

saṃhāra : [m.] abridgement; compilation.

saṃhāraka : [adj.] drawing together.

saṃhārima : [adj.] movable.

saṃhita : [adj.] equipped with; possessed of. || saṃhitā (f.) connection; euphonic agreement.

saka : [adj.] one's own. (m.) a relation. (nt.) one's own property. || sāka (m.; nt.), vegetable; pot herb.

sakageha : [nt.] own home.

sakaṅkha : [adj.] doubtful.

sakaṭa : [m.; nt.] a cart; wagon.

sakaṭa-parivatta : [nt.] a camp made of carts.

sakaṭabhāra : [m.] a cartload.

sakaṭavāha : [m.] a cartload.

sakaṭavyūha : [m.] an array of wagons.

sakaṇṭaka : [adj.] thorny.

sakata-mukha : [adj.] narrow in front like the yoke of a boggie.

sakadāgāmī : [m.] one who has attained the second stage of the Path and to be reborn on the earth only once.

sakabala : [(saka + bala:), adj.] one's own strength; (sa + kabala:) with food in the mouth.

sakamana : [adj.] joyful.

sakamma : [nt.] one's own duty.

sakammaka : [adj.] transitive (verb).

sakaraṇīya : [adj.] one who still has something to do.

sakala : [adj.] whole; entire.

sakalikā : [f.] a splinter.

sakāsa : [m.] neighbourhood; presence.

saki : [adv.] once.

sakicca : [nt.] one's own business.

sakiñcana : [adj.] having worldly attachment.

sakid eva : [ind.] only more.

sakīya : [adj.] one's own. || sākiya (adj.), belonging to the Sākya race.

sakuṇa : [m.] a bird.

sakuṇagghī : [m.] a hawk.

sakuṇī : [f.] a she-bird.

sakunta : [m.] a bird.

sakka : [adj.] able; possible. (m.), 1. a man of the Sākya race; 2. the king of devas. || sakkā (ind.) it is possible.

sakkacca : [abs.] having well prepared, honoured, or respected.

sakkacca : [adv.] carefully; thoroughly.

sakkaccakārī : [m.] one who acts carefully.

sakkata : [pp. of sakkaroti] honoured; duly attended.

sakkatta : [nt.] the position as the ruler of devas.

sakkatvā : [abs. of sakkaroti] having honoured; having treated with respect; having received hospitably.

sakkari : [aor. of sakkaroti] honoured; treated with respect; received hospitably.

sakkaritabba : [pt.p. of sakkaroti] should be honoured.

sakkaritu : [inf. of sakkaroti] to honour; to treate wiht respect.

sakkaritvā : [abs. of sakkaroti] having honoured; having treated with respect; having received hospitably.

sakkarīyati : [pass. of sakkaroti] is honoured or respected.

sakkarīyatimāna : [pr.p. of sakkarīyati] respecting.

sakkaroti : [saṃ + kar + o] honours; treats with respect; receives hospitably.

sakkaronta : [pr.p. of sakkaroti] honouring; treating with respect.

sakkātabba : [pt.p. of sakkaroti] should be honoured.

sakkātu : [inf. of sakkaroti] to honour; to treate wiht respect.

sakkāya : [m.] the existing body.

sakkāyadiṭṭhi : [f.] heresy of individuality.

sakkāra : [m.] honour; hospitality.

sakkuṇanta : [pr.p. of sakkuṇāti] was being able.

sakkuṇāti : [sak + uṇā] is able.

sakkuṇi : [aor. of sakkuṇāti] was able.

sakkuṇitvā : [abs. of sakkuṇāti] having been able.

sakkuṇimāna : [aor. of sakkuṇāti] was able.

sakkuṇeyyatta : [nt.] possibility; ability.

sakkoti : [sak + o] is able.

sakkonta : [pr.p. of sakkoti] was being able.

sakkharā : [f.] a crystal; gravel; juggery.

sakkhali : [f.] the orifice (of the ear); a slice; the scale of fish.

sakkhalikā : [f.] the orifice (of the ear); a slice; the scale of fish.

sakkhi : [ind.] face to face; before one's eyes. || sakkhī (adj.) an eyewitness; a witness.

sakkhika : [adj.] an eyewitness; a witness.

sakkhidiṭṭha : [adj.] seen face to face.

sakkhipuṭṭha : [adj.] being asked as a witness.

sakya : [adj.] belonging to the Sākya race.

sakyamuni : [m.] the noble sage of the Sakyans.

sakha : [m.] a friend. || sākhā (f.), a branch.

sakhi : [m.] a friend. || sākhī (m.), a tree.

sakhitā : [f.] friendship.

sakhila : [adj.] kindly in speech.

sakhya : [nt.] friendship.

sagabbha : [adj.] pregnant.

sagāmeyya : [adj.] hailing from the same village.

sagārava : [adj.] respectful.

sagārava : [adv.] respectfully.

sagāravatā : [f.] respect.

sagāha : [adj.] full of ferocious animals.

sagotta : [adj.] of the same lineage; a kinsman.

sagga : [m.] a place of happiness; heaven. || saññā (f.), sense; perception; mark; name; recognition; gesture.

saggakāya : [m.] the heavenly assembly.

saggaparāyaṇa : destined to be born in heaven.

saggamagga : [m.] the way to heaven.

saggaloka : [m.] the heavenly region.

saggasaṃvattanika : [adj.] leading to heaven.

sagguṇa : [m.] good quality.

saṅkaṭīra : [nt.] rubbish heap.

saṅkaḍḍhati : [saṃ + kaḍḍh + a] collects; drags.

saṅkaḍḍhi : [aor. of saṅkaḍḍhati] collected; dragged.

saṅkaḍḍhitvā : [abs. of saṅkhaḍḍhati] having collected; having dragged.

saṅkati : [sak + ṃ-a] doubts; hesitates; to be uncertain.

saṅkatitvā : [abs. of saṅkantati] having cut all round.

saṅkanta : [pp. of saṅkamati] passed over to; shifted; transmigrated.

saṅkantati : [saṃ + kant + a] cuts all round.

saṅkanti : [aor. of saṅkantati] cut all round.

saṅkantika : [adj.] moving from one place to another.

saṅkantikaroga : [m.] an epidemic.

saṅkantita : [pp. of saṅkantati] cut all round.

saṅkappa : [m.] intention; purpose.

saṅkappita : [pp. osaṅkappeti] thought about; imagined.

saṅkappeti : [saṃ + kapp + e] thinks about; imagines.

saṅkappetvā : [abs. of saṅkappeti] having thought about; having imagined.

saṅkappesi : [aor. of saṅkappeti] thought about; imagined.

saṅkama : [m.] a passage; bridge.

saṅkamati : [saṃ + kam + a] passes over to; shifts; transmigrates.

saṅkamana : [pr.p. of saṅkati] doubting; hesitating. (nt.), a passage; a bridge; going over; to move from place to place.

saṅkami : [aor. of saṅkamati] passed over to; shifted; transmigrated.

saṅkamitvā : [abs. of saṅkamati] having passed over to; having shifted; having transmigrated.

saṅkampi : [aor. of saṅkampeti] trampled; shaked.

saṅkampita : [pp. of saṅkampeti] trampled; shaked.

saṅkampitvā : [abs. of saṅkampeti] having trampled; having shaked.

saṅkampeti : [saṃ + kamp + a] tramples; shakes.

saṅkamma : [abs. of saṅkamati] having passed over to; having shifted; having transmigrated.

saṅkayita : [pp. of saṅkāyati] was doubtful or uncertain about.

saṅkara : [adj.] blissful. (m.) blending; mixing. || saṅkāra (m.) rubbish.

saṅkalana : [nt.] addition; collection.

saṅkasāyati : [v.] keeps still.

saṅkāyati : [Deno. from saṅkā] is doubtful or uncertain about.

saṅkāyi : [aor. of saṅkāyati] was doubtful or uncertain about.

saṅkārakūṭa : [m.] rubbish heap.

saṅkāracoḷa : [nt.] a rag picked up from a rubbish heap.

saṅkāraṭṭhāna : [nt.] a dustbin; rubbish heap.

saṅkāsa : [adj.] similar.

saṅkāsanā : [f.] explanation.

saṅki : [aor. of saṅkati] doubted; hesitated. || saṅkī (adj.), doubtful.

saṅkiṇṇa : [pp. of saṅkirati] full of; mixed; impure.

saṅkita : [pp. of saṅkati] doubted; hesitated.

saṅkittana : [nt.] making known; proclamation.

saṅkitvā : [abs. of saṅkati] having doubted; having hesitated.

saṅkipa : [m.] disturbance; agitation.

saṅkīyati : [pass. of saṅkati] to be suspected.

saṅku : [m.] a stake; a spike.

saṅkucati : [saṃ + kuc + a] becomes contracted; shrinks; clenches.

saṅkucana : [nt.] shrinkage.

saṅkuci : [aor. of saṅkucati] became contracted; shrank; clenched.

saṅkucita : [pp. of saṅkucati] become contracted; shrunk; clenched.

saṅkucitvā : [abs. of saṅkucati] having become contracted; having shrunk; having clenched.

saṅkuṭita : [adj.] shrunken; shrivelled.

saṅkupatha : [m.] a path to be gone with the help of stakes.

saṅkupita : [pp. of saṅkuppati] enraged.

saṅkula : [adj.] full of; crowded.

saṅketa : [m.; nt.] a mark; appointed place; rendezvous.

saṅketakamma : [nt.] engagement.

saṅkoca : [m.] contraction; grimace; distortion.

saṅkocita : [pp. of saṅkoceti] contracted or distorted.

saṅkoceti : [saṃ + kuc + e] contracts or distorts.

saṅkocesi : [aor. of saṅkoceti] contracted or distorted.

saṅkha : [m.] a chank; a conch shell. || saṅkhā (f.) enumeration; calculation; a number; definition.

saṅkhakuṭṭhī : [m.] one who is suffering with white crab.

saṅkhata : [pp. of saṅkharoti] conditioned; prepared; produced by a cause. || saṅkhāta (pp. of ?), agreed on; reckoned. (in cpds.) so-called; named.

saṅkhathāla : [m.] a vessel made of conch shell.

saṅkhadhama : [m.] one who blows a conch shell.

saṅkhamuṇḍika : [nt.] a kind of torture; the shell-tonsure.

saṅkhaya : [m.] consumption; loss; destruction. || saṅkhāya (abs. of saṅkhāti), having considered or discriminated.

saṅkharaṇa : [nt.] restoration; preparation.

saṅkhari : [aor. of saṅkharoti] restored; prepared; put together.

saṅkharitvā : [abs. of saṅkharoti] having restores; having prepared; having put together.

saṅkharoti : [saṃ + kar + o] restores; prepares; puts together.

saṅkharonta : [pr.p. of saṅkharoti] restoring; preparing; putting together.

saṅkhalikā : [f.] a fetter.

saṅkhādati : [saṃ + khād + a] masticates.

saṅkhādi : [aor. of saṅkhādati] masticated.

saṅkhādita : [pp. of saṅkhādati] masticated.

saṅkhāditvā : [abs. of saṅkhādati] having masticated.

saṅkhāna : [nt.] calculation; counting.

saṅkhāra : [m.] essential condition; a thing conditioned, mental coefficients.

saṅkhārakkhandha : [m.] the aggregate of mental coefficients.

saṅkhāradukkha : [nt.] the evil of material life.

saṅkhāraloka : [m.] the whole creation.

saṅkhitta : [pp. of saṅkhipati] contracted; abridged; shortened; folded.

saṅkhipati : [saṃ + khip + a] contracts; abridges; shortens; folds.

saṅkhipanta : [pr.p. of saṅkhipati] contracting; shortening.

saṅkhipamāna : [pr.p. of saṅkhipati] contracting; shortening.

saṅkhipi : [aor. of saṅkhipati] contracted; abridged; shortened; folded.

saṅkhipitabba : [pt.p. of saṅkhipati] should be contracted.

saṅkhipitu : [inf. of saṅkhipati] to contract; to abridge; to shorten; to fold.

saṅkhipitvā : [abs. of saṅkhipati] having contracted; having abridged; having shortened; having folded.

saṅkhubhati : [saṃ + khubh + a] to be agitated; stirs.

saṅkhubhi : [aor. of saṅkhubhati] stirred.

saṅkhubhita : [pp. of saṅkhubhati] stirred.

saṅkhubhitvā : [abs. of saṅkhubhati] having stirred.

saṅkhepa : [m.] abridgement; abstract; condensed account; amassing.

saṅkheyya : [adj.] calculable.

saṅkhobha : [m.] commotion; disturbance.

saṅkhobhita : [pp. of saṅkhobheti] disturbed; stirred; upset.

saṅkhobheti : [saṃ + khubh + e] disturbs; stirs; upsets.

saṅkhobhetvā : [abs. of saṅkhobheti] having disturbed; having stirred; having upset.

saṅkhobhenta : [pr.p. of saṅkhobheti] disturbing; stirring.

saṅkhobhesi : [aor. of saṅkhobheti] disturbed; stirred; upset.

saṅkhyā : [f.] enumeration; calculation; a number; definition.

saṅga : [m.] attachment; clinging.

saṅgacchati : [saṃ + gam + a] meets with; comes together.

saṅgacchi : [aor. of saṅgacchati] met with; came together.

saṅgaṇikā : [f.] society.

saṅgaṇikārata : [adj.] fond of or delighting in society.

saṅgaṇikārāma : [adj.] fond of or delighting in society.

saṅgaṇikārāmatā : [f.] delight in company.

saṅgaṇhanta : [pr.p. of saṅgaṇhāti] treating kindly.

saṅgaṇhāti : [saṃ + gah + ṇhā] treats kindly; compiles; collects.

saṅgaṇhi : [aor. of saṅgaṇhāti] treated kindly; compiled; collected.

saṅgaṇhitvā : [abs. of saṅgaṇhāti] having treated kindly; having compiled; having collected.

saṅgata : [pp. of saṅgacchati] met with; come together.

saṅgati : [f.] association with.

saṅgantvā : [abs. of saṅgacchati] having met with; having come together.

saṅgayha : [abs. of saṅgaṇhāti] having treated kindly; having compiled; having collected.

saṅgaha : [m.] 1. treatment; 2. compilation; collection. || saṅgāha (m.), a collection.

saṅgahita : [pp. of saṅgaṇhāti] treated kindly; compiled; collected.

saṅgahetvā : [abs. of saṅgaṇhāti] having treated kindly; having compiled; having collected.

saṅgāma : [m.] fight; battle.

saṅgāmāvacara : [adj.] frequenting in the battle-field.

saṅgāmita : [pp. of saṅgāmeti] fought; come into conflict.

saṅgāmeti : [deno. of saṅgāma] fights; comes into conflict; fights a battle.

saṅgāmetvā : [abs. of saṅgāmeti] having fought; having come into conflict.

saṅgāmesi : [aor. of saṅgāmeti] fought; came into conflict.

saṅgāyati : [saṃ + gā + ya] chants; rehearses.

saṅgāyi : [aor. of saṅgāyati] chanted; rehearsed.

saṅgāyitvā : [abs. of saṅgāyati] having chanted; having rehearsed.

saṅgāhaka : [adj.] one who collects, compiles, treats kindly, or holds together. (m.), charioteer.

saṅgīta : [pp. of saṅgāyati] chanted; uttered; sung.

saṅgīti : [f.] rehearsal; a convocation of the Buddhist clergy in order to settle questions of doctrine.

saṅgītikāraka : [m.] the Elders who held the convocations.

saṅgopita : [pp. of saṅgopeti] protected well.

saṅgopeti : [saṃ + gup + e] protects well.

saṅgha : [m.] a multitude; an assemblage; the Buddhist clergy.

saṅghakamma : [nt.] an act performed by a chapter of Buddhist monks.

saṅghagata : [adj.] gone into or given to the community.

saṅghaṭita : [pp. of saṅghaṭeti] joined together.

saṅghaṭeti : [saṃ + ghaṭ +e] joins together.

saṅghaṭetvā : [abs. of saṅghaṭeti] having joined together.

saṅghaṭesi : [aor. ofsaṅghaṭeti] joined together.

saṅghaṭṭana : [nt.] close contact; knocking against.

saṅghatthera : [m.] the senior monk of a congregation.

saṅghabhatta : [nt.] food given to the community.

saṅghabheda : [m.] dissension among the Order.

saṅghabhedaka : [m.] one who causes dissension in the community of monks.

saṅghamānaka : [adj.] devoted to the community.

saṅghāṭi : [f.] the upper robe of a Buddhist monk.

saṅghāta : [m.] knocking together; snapping (of fingers); accumulation. || saṅghāta (m.) junction; union; a raft.

saṅghika : [adj.] . belonging to the Order.

saṅghī : [adj.] having a crowd of followers.

saṅghuṭṭha : [pp. of saṅghoseti] resounding with; proclaimed.

sacitta : [nt.] one's own mind.

sacittaka : [adj.] endowed with mind.

sace : [ind.] if.

sacetana : [adj.] animate; conscious.

sacca : [nt.] truth. adj. true; real.

saccakāra : [m.] a pledge; rectification; payment in advance.

saccakāla : [m.] time for speaking the truth.

saccakiriya : [f.] a declaration on oath.

saccapaṭivedha : [m.] comprehension of the reality.

saccavācā : [m.] one who speaks the truth.

saccasandha : [adj.] reliable.

saccāpita : [pp. of saccāpeti] bound with an oath; conjured.

saccāpeti : [deno. from sacca] binds with an oath; conjures.

saccāpesi : [aor. of saccāpeti] bound with an oath; conjured.

saccābhisamaya : [m.] comprehension of the reality.

sacchikata : [pp. of sacchikaroti] realised; experienced for oneself.

sacchikatvā : [abs. of sacchikaroti] having realised; having experienced for oneself.

sacchikaraṇa : [nt.] realisation; experiencing.

sacchikaraṇīya : [adj.] fit to be realised.

sacchikari : [aor. of sacchikaroti] realised; experienced for oneself.

sacchikaritu : [inf. of sacchikaroti] to realise; to experience for oneself.

sacchikaritvā : [abs. of sacchikaroti] having realised; having experienced for oneself.

sacchikaroti : [sacchi + kar + o] realises; experiences for oneself.

sacchikaronta : [pr.p. of sacchikaroti] realising.

sacchikātabba : [pt.p. of sacchikaroti] realising.

sacchikātu : [inf. of sacchikaroti] to realise; to experience for oneself.

sacchikiriyā : [f.] realisation; experiencing.

sacchikiriyāhetu : [adv.] sake of attaining.

sajati : [saj + a] embraces.

sajana : [nt.] embracing.

sa-jana : [m.] a kinsman; one's own men.

sajamāna : [pr.p. of sajati] embracing.

sajātika : [adj.] of the same race or nation.

saji : [aor. of sajati] embraced.

sajitvā : [abs. of sajati] having embraced.

sajīva : [adj.] endowed with life.

sajotibhūta : [adj.] ablaze; aglow.

sajjati : [saj + ya] clings to; to be attached.

sajjamāna : [pr.p. of sajjati] clingging to.

sajji : [aor. of sajjati] clung to.

sajjita : [pp. of sajjati] clung to.

sajjitvā : [abs. of sajjati] having clung to.

sajjiya : [abs. of sajjeti] having prepared; having fit up; having decorated.

sajju : [ind.] instantly; speedily; at the same moment.

sajjuka : [adv.] quickly.

sajjulasa : [m.] resin.

sajjeti : [saj + e] prepares; fits up; decorates.

sajjetvā : [abs. of sajjeti] having prepared; having fit up; having decorated.

sajjenta : [pr.p. of sajjeti] preparing.

sajjesi : [aor. of sajjeti] prepared; fit up; decorated.

sajjhāya : [m.] study; rehearsal.

sajjhāyati : [saṃ + jhā + ya] rehearses; recites; studies.

sajjhāyanā : [f.] recitation; study.

sajjhāyamāna : [pr.p. osajjhāyati] rehearsing; reciting.

sajjhāyi : [aor. of sajjhāyati] rehearsed; recited; studied.

sajjhāyita : [pp. of sajjhāyati] rehearsed; recited; studied.

sajjhāyitvā : [abs. of sajjhāyati] having recited; having studied.

sajjhu : [nt.] silver.

sajjhumaya : [adj.] made of silver.

sañcaya : [m.] accumulation; quantity.

sañcaraṇa : [nt.] wandering about. || sañcāraṇa (nt.), causing to move or act.

sañcarati : [saṃ + car + a] goes about; wanders; moves; frequents.

sañcaranta : [pr.p. of sañcarati] going about; wandering.

sañcari : [aor. of sañcarati] went about; wandered; moved.

sañcarita : [pp. of sañcarati] gone about; wandered; moved. || sañcārita (pp. of sañcāreti), causes to move about.

sañcaritta : [nt.] carrying of messages.

sañcaritvā : [abs. of sañcarati] having gone about; having wandered; having moved.

sañcalati : [saṃ + cal + a] to be unsteady or agitated.

sañcalana : [nt.] agitation.

sañcali : [aor. of sañcalati] agitated.

sañcalita : [pp. of sañcalati] agitated.

sañcāra : [m.] passage; movement; wandering.

sañcāreti : [caus. of sañcarati] causes to move about.

sañcāretvā : [abs. of sañcāreti] having caused to move about.

sañcāresi : [aor. of sañcāreti] caused to move about.

sañcicca : [ind.] with intention; purposely; discriminating.

sañciṇṇa : [pp. of sañcināti] accumulated; practised.

sañcita : [pp. of sañcināti] accumulated.

sañcinana : [nt.] accumulation.

sañcinanta : [pr.p. of sañcināti] accumulating.

sañcināti : [saṃ + ci + nā] accumulates.

sañcini : [aor. of sañcināti] accumulated.

sañcinitvā : [abs. of sañcināti] having accumulated.

sañcuṇṇita : [pp. of sañcuṇṇeti] crushed; powdered.

sañcuṇṇeti : [saṃ + cuṇṇ + e] crushes; powders.

sañcuṇṇetvā : [abs. of sañcuṇṇeti] having crushed; having powdered.

sañcuṇṇesi : [aor. of sañcuṇṇeti] crushed; powdered.

sañcetanā : [f.] cognition; intention.

sañcetanika : [adj.] intentional.

sañceteti : [saṃ + cit + e] thinks; devises means.

sañcetetvā : [abs. of sañceteti] having thought; having devised means.

sañcetesi : [aor. of sañceteti] thought; devised means.

sañcodita : [pp. of sañcodeti] instigated; excited.

sañcopana : [nt.] removal; changing of the place.

sañchanna : [pp. of sañchādeti] covered with; full of.

sañchādita : [pp. of sañchādeti] covered; thatched.

sañchādeti : [saṃ + chad + e] covers; thatches.

sañchādetvā : [abs. of sañchādeti] having covered; having thatched.

sañchādesi : [aor. of sañchādeti] covered; thatched.

sañchindati : [saṃ + chid + ṃ-a] cuts; destroys.

sañchindi : [aor. of sañchindati] cut; destroyed.

sañchinditvā : [abs. of sañchindati] having cut; having destroyed.

sañchinna : [pp. of sañchindati] cut; destroyed.

sañjagghati : [saṃ + jaggh + a] laughs; jokes.

sañjagghana : [ger. of sañjagghati (nt.)] laughing.

sañjagghi : [aor. ofsañjagghati] laughed; joked.

sañjagghitvā : [abs. of sañjagghati] having laughed; having joked.

sañjanana : [nt.] production. (adj.), producing; generating. || sañjānana (nt.), recognition; perception.

sañjanita : [pp. of sañjaneti] produced; generated; brought forth. || sañjānita (pp. of sañjānāti), recognised; known.

sañjaneti : [saṃ + jan + e] produces; generates; brings forth.

sañjanetvā : [abs. of sañjaneti] having produced; having generated; having brought forth.

sañjanesi : [aor. of sañjaneti] produced; generated; brought forth.

sañjāta : [pp. of sañjāyati] was born or produced; is arisen.

sañjāti : [f.] birth; outcome; origin.

sañjānanta : [pr.p. of sañjānāti] recognising; knowing.

sañjānāti : [saṃ + ñā + nā] recognises; to be aware of; knows.

sañjāni : [aor. of sañjānāti] recognised; knew.

sañjānitvā : [abs. of sañjānāti] having recognised; having known.

sañjāyati : [saṃ + jan + ya] to be born or produced.

sañjāyamāna : [pr.p. of sañjāyati] was being born.

sañjāyi : [aor. of sañjāyati] was born or produced.

sañjāyitvā : [abs. of sañjāyati] having been born.

sañjīvana : [adj.] reviving.

sañjhā : [f.] the evening.

sañjhāghaṇa : [m.] evening cloud.

sañjhātapa : [m.] evening sun.

saññatta : [pp.] induced; talked over; convinced.

saññatti : [f.] information; pacification.

saññākkhandha : [m.] the aggregate of perception.

saññāṇa : [nt.] a mark or sign.

saññāpaka : [m.] one who makes understand.

saññāpana : [nt.] convincing; making know.

saññāpita : [pp. of saññāpeti] made known; convinced.

saññāpeti : [saṃ + ñā + āpe] makes known; convinces.

saññāpetvā : [abs. ofsaññāpeti] having made known; having convinced.

saññāpesi : [aor. of saññāpeti] made known; convinced.

saññita : [adj.] so-called; named.

saññī : [m.] conscious; having perception; being aware.

saṭṭhihāyana : [adj.] sixty years old.

saṭṭhu : [inf. of sajati] to give up; to dismiss.

saṭha : [adj.] crafty; fraudulent. (m.), a cheat.

saṭhatā : [f.] craft.

saṇati : [saṇ + e] makes a noise.

saṇṭhapana : [nt.] adjustment; establishing.

saṇṭhapeti : [saṃ + ṭhā + āpe] settles; adjusts; establishes.

saṇṭhapetvā : [abs. of saṇṭhapeti] having settled; having adjusted; having established.

saṇṭhapesi : [aor. of saṇṭhapeti] settled; adjusted; established.

saṇṭhahana : [nt.] re-creation; coming into existence.

saṇṭhahanta : [pr.p. of saṇṭhāti] remaining; standing still.

saṇṭhahitvā : [abs. of saṇṭhāti] having remained; having stood still

saṇṭhāti : [saṃ + ṭhā + a] remains; stands still; to be establish.

saṇṭhāsi : [aor. of saṇṭhāti] remained; stood still

saṇṭhita : [pp. of saṇṭhāti] settled; established in.

saṇṭhiti : [f.] stability; firmness; settling.

saṇḍa : [m.] a grove; cluster; multitude.

saṇḍāsa : [m.] pincers; tweezers.

saṇha : [adj.] smooth; soft; delicate; exquisite. || sabhā (f.), an assembly; a hall for meeting.

saṇhakaraṇī : [f.] grinding stone; an instrument for smoothing.

saṇhita : [pp. of saṇheti] ground; powdered; smoothed; brushed down.

saṇheti : [saṇh + e] grinds; powders; smooths; brushes down.

saṇhetvā : [abs. of saṇheti] having ground; having powdered.

saṇhesi : [aor. of saṇheti] ground; powdered; smoothed; brushed down.

sata : [adj.] mindful; conscious. (nt.), a hundred. || sāta (nt.), pleasure; comfort. (adj.) pleasant; agreeable.

sataka : [nt.] group of a hundred. || sāṭaka (m.), a clothe; a cloak.

satakkaku : [adj.] having a hundred projections.

satakkhattu : [adv.] a hundred times.

satata : [adj.] constant; continual.

satata : [adv.] constantly; continually; always.

satadhā : [adv.] in a hundred ways.

satapatta : [nt.] a lotus. (m.), a woodpecker.

satapadī : [m.] a centipede.

satapāka : [nt.] (an oil) medicated for a hundred times.

satapuññalakkhaṇa : [adj.] having the signs of innumerable merits.

sataporisa : [adj.] of the height of a hundred men.

satamūlī : [f.] the plant Asparagus.

sataraṃsī : [m.] the sun.

satasahassa : [nt.] a hundred thousand.

sati : [f.] memory; mindfulness. || satī (f.) a chaste woman.

satindriya : [nt.] the faculty of mindfulness.

satipaṭṭhāna : [nt.] application of mindfulness.

satimantu : [adj.] thoughtful; careful.

satisamoha : [m.] loss of memory; forgetfulness.

satisampajañña : [nt.] memory and wisdom.

satisambojjhaṅga : [m.] self-possession as a constituent of enlightenment.

satisammosa : [m.] loss of memory; forgetfulness.

satekiccha : [adj.] curable; pardonable.

satta : [pp. of sajjati] attached or clinging to. (m.), a creature; living being. (adj.), (the number), seven.

sattaka : [nt.] a group of seven.

sattakkhattu : [adv.] seven times.

sattaguṇa : [adj.] sevenfold.

sattatantimatta : [adj.] about the height of seven palm trees.

sattati : [f.] seventy.

sattatiṃsā : [f.] thirty-seven.

sattadasa : [adj.] seventeen.

sattapaṇṇī : [m.] the tree Alstonia Scholaris.

sattabhūmaka : [adj.] consisting of seven stories.

sattama : [adj.] seventh.

sattamī : [f.] the seventh day; the locative case; the Conditional Mood.

sattaratana : [nt.] seven kinds of precious things, viz., gold, silver, pearls, rubies, lapis-lazuli, coral and diamond.

sattaratta : [nt.] a week.

sattarasa : [adj.] seventeen.

sattavīsati : [f.] twenty-seven.

sattasaṭṭhi : [f.] sixty-seven.

sattasattati : [f.] seventy-seven.

sattāha : [nt.] a week.

satti : [f.] 1. ability; power; strength; 2. a spear; a dagger.

sattisūla : [nt.] the stake of a spear.

sattu : [m.] an enemy; parched flour.

sattubhastā : [f.] a leather bag full of parched flour.

sattha : [nt.] 1. a science; an art; a lore. 2. a knife; a lance. (m.), 3. a caravan. || saṭṭha (pp. of sajjati) clung to. sāttha (adj.), useful; advantageous; with the meaning.

satthaka : [nt.] a pen-knife. || sātthaka (adj.), useful; advantageous; with the meaning.

satthakamma : [nt.] surgical operation.

satthakavāta : [m.] a cutting pain.

satthagamanīya : [adj.] (a path) to be passed with a caravan.

satthavāha : [m.] a caravan leader.

satthi : [f.] the thigh || saṭṭhi (f.) sixty.

satthu : [m.] teacher; master, the Buddha.

sathuta : [pp. of santhaveti] acquainted; familiar.

sadattha : [m.] one's own welfare.

sadana : [nt.] a house.

sadara : [adj.] troublesome. || sadāra (m.), one's own wife. sādara (adj.), affectionate; showing regard.

sadasa : [adj.] with a fringe.

sadassa : [m.] a good horse.

sadā : [adv.] ever; always.

sadātana : [adj.] eternal.

sadisa : [adj.] equal; similar; like. || sādisa (adj.), like; similar.

sadisatta : [nt.] equality; similarity.

sadevaka : [adj.] including the devas.

sadda : [m.] sound; noise; a word.

saddattha : [m.] meaning of a word.

saddala : [m.] a place covered with new grass.

saddavidū : one who knows the meaning of various sounds.

saddavedhī : [m.] one who shoots by sound.

saddasattha : [nt.] grammar; science of words.

saddahati : [saṃ + dhā + a] believes, to have faith.

saddahana : [nt.] believing; trusting. || saddahanā (f.) believing; trusting.

saddahanta : [pr.p. of saddahati] believing.

saddahi : [aor. of saddahati] believed.

saddahita : [pp. of saddahati] believed.

saddahitabba : [pt.p. of saddahati] should be believed.

saddahitvā : [abs. of saddahati] having believed.

saddāyati : [deno. of sadda] makes a noise; shouts.

saddāyamāna : [pr.p. of saddāyati] making a noise; shouting.

saddāyi : [aor. of saddāyati] made a noise; shouted.

saddāyitvā : [abs. of saddāyati] having made a noise; having shouted.

saddūla : [m.] a leopard.

saddha : [adj.] believing; faithful; devoted. || saddhā (f.) faith; devotion.

saddhamma : [m.] the true doctrine.

saddhātabba : [pt.p. of] fit to be believed.

saddhādeyya : [adj.] a gift in faith.

saddhādhana : [nt.] the wealth of devotion.

saddhāyika : [adj.] trustworthy.

saddhālū : [adj.] much devoted.

saddhi : [ind.] with; together.

saddhiṃcara : [adj.] a companion; a follower.

saddhivihārika : [adj.] a co-resident; an attending monk.

saddhivihārī : [m.] a co-resident; an attending monk.

sadhana : [adj.] rich; wealthy. || sādhana (nt.), 1. proving; 2. settling; 3. effecting; 4. clearing of a debt.

sadhūpāyitvā : [abs. of sandhūpāyati] having emitted smoke.

sanati : [saṃ + a] makes a loud sound.

sanantana : [adj.] primeval; old; eternal.

sanābhika : [adj.] having a nave.

santa : [pp. of sammati] 1. calmed; peaceful; 2. tired; wearied. (adj.), existing. (m.), a virtuous man.

santaka : [adj.] one's own. (nt.), property. (sa + antaka:) limited.

santakāya : [adj.] having a calmed body.

santajjayamāna : [pr.p. of santajjeti] frightening.

santajjita : [pp. of santajjeti] frightened; menaced.

santajjeti : [saṃ + tajj + e] frightens; menaces.

santajjetvā : [abs. of santajjeti] having frightened; having menaced.

santajjenta : [pr.p. of santajjeti] frightening.

santajjesi : [aor. of santajjeti] frightened; menaced.

santata : [adv.] constantly; continually; always. (see satataṃ).

santatara : [adj.] more calmed.

santati : [f.] continuity; duration; lineage.

santatta : [pp. of santappati] grieved; sorrowed.

santappati : [saṃ + tap + ya] to be heated; grieves; sorrowes.

santappamāna : [pr.p. of pp. of santappati] grieving; sorrowing.

santappi : [aor. of santappati] grieved; sorrowed.

santappita : [pp. of santappati] grieved; sorrowed.

santappiya : [abs. of santappeti] having satisfied; having pleased.

santappeti : [saṃ + tapp + e] satisfies; pleases.

santappetvā : [abs. of santappeti] having satisfied; having pleased.

santappenta : [pr.p. of santappeti] satisfying; pleasing.

santappesi : [aor. of santappeti] satisfied; pleased.

santabhāva : [m.] calmness.

santamānasa : [adj.] of tranquil mind.

santarati : [saṃ + tar + a] to be in haste; goes quickly.

santarabāhira : [adj.] with the inner and the outer.

santarabāhira : [adv.] within and without.

santaramāna : [pr.p. of santarati] going quickly.

santari : [aor. of santarati] went quickly.

santasati : [saṃ + tas + a] fears; to be terrified or disturbed.

santasana : [nt.] terror; fright.

santasanta : [pr.p. of santasati] fearing.

santasi : [aor. of santasati] feared. || santāsī (adj.), trembling; fearing.

santasita : [pp. of santasati] feared.

santasitvā : [abs. of santasati] having feared.

santāna : [nt.] continuity; succession; 2. offspring; 3. a cobweb.

santāneti : [saṃ + tan + e] continues in succession.

santāpa : [m.] heat; torment; grief.

santāpita : [pp. of santāpeti] heated; burned; tormented.

santāpeti : [saṃ + tap + e] heats; burns; torments.

santāpetvā : [abs. of santāpeti] having heated; having burned; having tormented.

santāpesi : [aor. of santāpeti] heat; burned; tormented.

santāsa : [m.] fear; trembling; shock.

santi : [f.] peace; calmness; tranquillity.

santika : [adj.] near. (nt.), vicinity; presence. || santikā (prep.) from.

santikamma : [nt.] pacification; an act of appeasing.

santikāvacara : [adj.] keeping near; intimate.

santiṭṭhati : [saṃ + ṭhā + a] stands still; remains; to be fixed or settled.

santipada : [nt.] the tranquil state.

santīraṇa : [nt.] investigation.

santuṭṭha : [pp. of santussati] pleased; happy.

santuṭṭhatā : [f.] state of contentment.

santuṭṭhi : [f.] satisfaction; contentment; joy.

santusita : pleased; happy. (see santuṭṭha).

santussaka : [adj.] content; glad.

santussati : [saṃ + tus + ya] to be contented, pleased, or happy.

santussana : [nt.] contentment; joy.

santussamāna : [pr.p. of santussati] being pleased or happy.

santussi : [aor. of santussati] was contented, pleased or happy.

santosa : [m.] joy; pleasure.

santhata : [pp. of santharati] covered with; spread. (nt.), a rug or mat.

santhambhita : [pp. of santhambheti] made stiff or rigid; numbed.

santhambheti : [saṃ + thambh + e] makes stiff or rigid; numbs.

santhambhetvā : [abs. of santhambheti] having made stiff or rigid.

santhambhesi : [aor. of santhambheti] made stiff or rigid; numbed.

santhara : [m.] a mat; a covering; a bed-sheet. || santhāra (m.), covering; flooring.

santharaṇa : [nt.] spreading; covering with.

santharati : [saṃ + thar + a] spreads; strews; covers with.

santharāpeti : [caus. of santharati] causes to spread.

santhari : [aor. of santharati] spread; strewed; covered with.

santharitvā : [abs. of santharati] having spread; having strewed; having covered with.

santhava : [m.] intimacy; acquaintance; sexual intercourse.

santhāgāra : [m.; nt.] a council hall; a mote hall.

sanda : [adj.] thick; dense. (m.), a flow.

sandacchāya : [adj.] giving dense shade.

sandati : [sand + a] flows.

sandana : [nt.] flowing down. (m.), a chariot. || sandāna (nt.), a chain; a tether.

sandamāna : [pr.p. of sandati] flowing.

sandassaka : [m.] one who shows or instructs.

sandassana : [nt.] instruction; show; pointing out.

sandassita : [pp. of sandasseti] pointed out; explained.

sandassiyamāna : [adj.] being instructed or pointed out.

sandasseti : [saṃ + dis + e] points out; explains.

sandassetvā : [abs. of sandasseti] having pointed out; having explained.

sandassesi : [aor. of sandasseti] pointed out; explained.

sandahati : [saṃ + dhā + a] connects; unites; fits.

sandahana : [nt.] fitting; putting together.

sandahi : [aor. of sandahati] connected; united; fit.

sandahita : [pp. of sandahati] connected; united; fit.

sandahitvā : [abs. of sandahati] having connected; having united; having fit.

sandālita : [pp. of sandāleti] broken; shattered.

sandāleti : [saṃ + dāl + e] breaks; shatters.

sandāletvā : [abs. of sandāleti] having broken; having shattered.

sandālesi : [aor. of sandāleti] broke; shattered.

sandi : [aor. of sandati] flowed.

sandiṭṭha : [pp. of sandissati] seen together. (m.), a friend.

sandiṭṭhika : [adj.] visible; belonging to this life.

sandita : [pp. of sandati] 1. flowed; 2. chained.

sanditvā : [abs. of sandati] having flowed.

sandiddha : [pp.] smeared with poison.

sandissati : [saṃ + dis + ya] is seen; appears; agrees with.

sandissamāna : [pr.p. of sandissati] appearing; agreeing with.

sandīpana : [nt.] kindling; making clear. || sandīpanā (f.) kindling; making clear.

sandīpita : [pp. of sandīpeti] kindled; made clear.

sandīpeti : [saṃ + dip + e] kindles; makes clear.

sandīpetvā : [abs. of sandīpeti] having kindled; having made clear.

sandīpesi : [aor. of sandīpeti] kindled; made clear.

sandesa : [m.] a message; a letter; a written document.

sandesāgāra : [nt.] a post office.

sandeha : [m.] doubt; one's own body.

sandehara : [m.] a messenger.

sandoha : [m.] a heap; a multitude.

sandhana : [nt.] one's own property. || sandhāna (nt.) uniting; conciliation.

sandhamati : [saṃ + dham + a] blows; fans.

sandhami : [aor. of sandhamati] blew; fanned.

sandhamitvā : [abs. of sandhamati] having blown; having fanned.

sandhātu : [m.] one who conciliates.

sandhāya : [abs. of sandahati] having united. (ind.) with reference to; concerning.

sandhāraka : [adj.] bearing; restraining.

sandhāraṇa : [nt.] checking; bearing.

sandhārita : [pp. of sandhāreti] beared; checked; held up; curbed; supported.

sandhāreti : [saṃ + dhar + a] bears; checks; holds up; curbs; supports.

sandhāretvā : [abs. of sandhāreti] having beared; having checked; having held up; having curbed; having supported.

sandhārenta : [pr.p. of sandhāreti] bearing; checking; holding up.

sandhāresi : [aor. of sandhāreti] beared; checked; held up; curbed; supported.

sandhāvati : [saṃ + dhāv + a] runs through; transmigrates.

sandhāvanta : [pr.p. of sandhāvati] running through.

sandhāvamāna : [pr.p. of sandhāvati] running through.

sandhāvi : [aor. of sandhāvati] ran through; transmigrated.

sandhāvita : [pp. of sandhāvati] run through; transmigrated.

sandhāvitvā : [abs. of sandhāvati] having runt through; having transmigrated.

sandhi : [f.] union; junction; joint; connection; agreement; euphonic combination.

sandhicchedaka : [adj.] one who can cut a brake into a house.

sandhimukha : [nt.] opening of a break into a house.

sandhīyati : [pass. of sandhāti] is connected, joined, or put together.

sandhīyi : [aor. of sandhīyati] was connected, joined.

sandhūpāyati : [saṃ + dhūp + āya] emits smoke.

sandhūpāyi : [aor. of sandhūpāyati] emitted smoke.

sandhūpita : [pp. of sandhūpeti] fumigated.

sandhūpeti : [saṃ + dhūp + e] fumigates.

sandhūpetvā : [abs. of sandhūpeti] having fumigated.

sandhūpesi : [aor. of sandhūpeti] fumigated.

sandhovati : see dhovati.

sannaddha : [pp. of sannayhati] fastened; armed oneself; arrayed.

sannayha : [abs. of sannayhati] having fastened; having armed oneself; having arrayed.

sannayhati : [saṃ + nah + ya] fastens; arms oneself; arrays.

sannayhi : [aor. of sannayhati] fastened; armed oneself; arrayed.

sannayhitvā : [abs. of sannayhati] having fastened; having armed oneself; having arrayed.

sannāha : [m.] armour; fastening together.

sannikaṭṭha : [nt.] neighbourhood; vicinity.

sannikāsa : [adj.] resembling; looking like.

sannicaya : [m.] accumulation; hoarding.

sannicita : [pp.] accumulated; hoarded.

sanniṭṭhāna : [nt.] conclusion; ascertainment.

sannita : [pp. of sanneti] mixed; kneaded.

sannidhāna : [nt.] proximity; vicinity; storing.

sannidhi : [m.] storing up; hoarding.

sannidhikata : [adj.] hoarded.

sannidhikāraka : [m.] one who lays up in stocks.

sannipatati : [saṃ + ni + pat + a] assembles; comes together.

sannipatana : [nt.] meeting of; assemblage. || sannipātana (nt.) calling together; convoking.

sannipatanta : [pr.p. of sannipatati] assembling; coming together.

sannipati : [aor. of sannipatati] assembled; came together.

sannipatita : [pp. of sannipatati] assembled; come together. || sannipātita (pp. of sannipāteti), convoked; called a meeting.

sannipatitvā : [abs. of sannipatati] having assembled; having come together.

sannipāta : [m.] assemblage; congregation; union of the humours of the body.

sannipātika : [adj.] resulting from the union of the humours.

sannipāteti : [saṃ + ni + pat + e] convokes; calls a meeting.

sannipātetvā : [abs. of sannipāteti] having convoked; having called a meeting.

sannipātesi : [aor. of sannipāteti] convoked; called a meeting.

sannibha : [adj.] resembling.

sanniyyātana : [nt.] handing over (for protection, etc.).

sannirumbhana : [nt.] restraining; checking; suppression.

sannirumbhita : [pp. of sannirumbheti] restrained; blocked; impeded.

sannirumbheti : [saṃ + ni + rumbh + e] restrains; blocks; impedes.

sannirumbhetvā : [abs. of sannirumbheti] having restrained; having blocked; having impeded.

sannirumbhesi : [aor. ofsannirumbheti] restrained; blocked; impeded.

sannivasati : [saṃ + ni + vas + a] lives together.

sannivasi : [aor. of sannivasati] lived together.

sannivāreti : [saṃ + ni + var + e] checks; prevents.

sannivāretvā : [abs. of sannivāreti] having checked; having prevented.

sannivāresi : [aor. of sannivāreti] checked; prevented.

sannivāsa : [m.] association; living together.

sannivesa : [m.] encampment; settlement.

sannisinna : [pp. of sannisīdati] settled; subsided; become quiet.

sannisīdati : [saṃ + ni + sad + a] settles; subsides; becomes quiet.

sannisīdi : [aor. of sannisīdati] settled; subsided; became quiet.

sannisīditvā : [abs. of sannisīdati] having settled; having subsided; having become quiet.

sannissita : [adj.] connected with; based on.

sannihita : [pp.] put down; placed; arranged well.

sanneti : [saṃ + ni + e] mixes; kneads.

sannetvā : [abs. of sanneti] having mixed; having kneaded.

sannesi : [aor. of sanneti] mixed; kneaded.

sapajāpatika : [adj.] with one's wife.

sapati : [sap + a] swears; curses.

sapatta : [m.] a rival; a foe. adj. hostile.

sapattabhāra : [adj.] having one's wings as one's whole burden.

sapattī : [f.] a co-wife.

sapatha : [m.] an oath.

sapadāna : [adj.] successive.

sapadāna : [adv.] without interruption.

sapadānacārikā : [f.] to go on alms-begging not leaving a single house in his course.

sapadi : [ind.] instantly.

sapariggaha : [adj.] together with one's possessions or a wife.

sapāka : [m.] an outcast; a dog-eater.

sapi : [aor. of sapati] sweared; cursed.

sapita : [pp. of sapati] sweared; cursed.

sapitvā : [abs. of sapati] having sweared; having cursed.

sappa : [m.] a snake.

sappaccaya : [adj.] having a cause; conditioned.

sappañña : [adj.] wise.

sappaṭigha : [adj.] dangerous; harmful.

sappati : [sapp + a] crawls; creeps.

sappana : [nt.] crawling.

sappāṭihīrakata : [adj.] well-founded.

sappāṇaka : [adj.] containing animate beings.

sappāya : [adj.] beneficial; wholesome; suitable.

sappāyatā : [f.] wholesomeness.

sappi : [aor. of sappati] crawled; crept. (nt.), ghee; clarified butter.

sappinī : [f.] a female serpent.

sappītika : [adj.] accompanied by joy.

sappurisa : [m.] a righteous man.

sappotaka : [m.] a young serpent.

sapharī : [f.] a sheet fish.

saphala : [adj.] having its reward; bearing fruit.

sabala : [adj.] strong; spotted; variegated.

sabba : [adj.] all; every; whole; entire.

sabbakaṇiṭṭha : [adj.] the youngest of all.

sabbakammika : [adj.] (a minister) doing all work.

sabbaññutā : [f.] omniscience.

sabbaññū : [adj.] all-knowing. (m.), the Omniscient One.

sabbato : [ind.] from every side; in every respect.

sabbattha : [adv.] everywhere.

sabbatthaka : [adj.] concerned with every thing; a do-all. || sabbaṭṭhaka (adj.) consisting eight of each kind.

sabbatra : [adv.] everywhere.

sabbathā : [adv.] in every way.

sabbadā : [adv.] always; everyday.

sabbadhi : [adv.] everywhere.

sabbapacchato : [ind.] behind all.

sabbapaṭhama : [adj.] foremost.

sabbapaṭhama : [adv.] before all; very early.

sabbalokādhipacca : [nt.] the universal power.

sabbavidū : [adj.] all-knowing. (m.), the Omniscient One.

sabbasata : [adj.] consisting a hundred of each.

sabbaso : [adv.] altogether; in every respect.

sabbasovaṇṇa : [adj.] entirely made of gold.

sabbassa : [nt.] the whole of one's property.

sabbassaharaṇa : [nt.] confiscation of one's whole property.

sabbhi : [(= Sk. sadbhih, with wise, But in Pāli it is sometimes used as an) adj.] the virtuous.

sabrahmaka : [adj.] including the Brahma world.

sabrahmacārī : [m.] a fellow monk.

sabhaggata : [adj.] come to an assembly.

sabhāga : [adj.] common; being of the same division.

sabhāgaṭṭhāna : [nt.] a convenient place.

sabhāva : [m.] nature; condition; disposition; reality.

sabhāvadhamma : [m.] principle of nature.

sabhāvuttī : [adj.] living in mutual courtesy.

sabhojana : [adj.] (sa + bhojana:), with food; (sa + ubho + jana:), where there is a couple, a wife and a husband. (The 2nd reading is found in the Vinaya).

sama : [adj.] even; equal; level; similar. (m.), calmness; tranquillity. || samā (f.) a year. sāma (adj.) black; dark. (m.) 1. peace. sāmā (f.) a kind of medical plant; a woman of dark complexion.

sama : [adv.] evenly; equally. || sāmaṃ (ind.), oneself; by oneself.

samaka : [adj.] equal; like; same.

samakkhana : [nt.] smearing.

samagga : [adj.] being in unity. || samaññā (f.), designation. sāmañña (nt.), conformity; generality; the state of a monk.

samaggakaraṇa : [nt.] peace-making.

samaggatta : [nt.] agreement; state of being united.

samaggarata : [adj.] rejoicing in peace.

samaggārāma : [adj.] rejoicing in peace.

samaṅgitā : [f.] the fact of being endowed.

samaṅgī : [adj.] endowed with; possessing.

samaṅgībhūta : [adj.] endowed with; possessing.

samacariyā : [f.] living in spiritual calm.

samacitta : [adj.] possessed of equanimity. || samacittā (f.) equality in mind.

samajātika : [adj.] of the same caste.

samajja : [nt.] a festive gathering; a theatrical display.

samajjaṭṭhāna : [nt.] an arena.

samajjabhicaraṇa : [nt.] visiting fairs or festivals.

samaññāta : [adj.] designated. || sāmaññatā (f.), congruity; respect for the religious mendicants.

samaṇa : [m.] a recluse.

samaṇakuttika : [m.] a bogus monk.

samaṇadhamma : [m.] duties of a monk.

samaṇasaṅgha : [m.] the community of monks.

samaṇasāruppa : [adj.] lawful for a monk.

samaṇī : [f.] a nun.

samaṇuddesa : [m.] a novice.

samatā : [f.] equality; evenness; normal state.

samatikkanta : [pp. of samatikkamati] passed over; transcended; removed.

samatikkama : [m.] passing beyond; overcoming.

samatikkamati : [san + ati + kam + a] passes over; transcends; removes.

samatikkamana : [m.] passing beyond; overcoming.

samatikkami : [aor. of samatikkamati] passed over; transcended; removed.

samatikkamitvā : [abs. of samatikkamati] having passed over; having transcended; having removed.

samatittika : [adj.] brimful.

samativatta : [pp. of samativattati] overcome; transcended.

samativattati : [saṃ + ati + vat + a] overcomes; transcends.

samativatti : [aor. of samativattati] overcame; transcended.

samativattita : [pp. of samativattati] overcome; transcended.

samativijjhati : [v.] penetrates.

samatta : [nt.] equality; evenness; normal state. (adj.), complete; entire.

samattha : [adj.] able; skilful.

samatthatā : [f.] ability; proficiency.

samatha : [m.] calm; quietude of heart; settlement of legal questions.

samathabhāvana : [f.] the way of concentrating the mind.

samadhigacchati : [saṃ + adhi + gam + a] attains; understands clearly.

samadhigacchi : [aor. of samadhigacchati] attained; understood clearly.

samadhigata : [pp. of samadhigacchati] attained; understood clearly.

samadhigantvā : [abs. of samadhigacchati] having attained; having understood clearly.

samanagatika : [adj.] identical.

samanatta : [nt.] identity; equality. || samānattā (f.) identity; equality.

samanantara : [adj.] immediate; nearest. || samanantarā (adv.) just after.

samanugāhati : [saṃ + anu + gah + a] asks for reasons.

samanugāhi : [aor. of samanugāhati] asked for reasons.

samanugāhitvā : [abs. of samanugāhati] having asked for reasons.

samanuñña : [adj.] approving. || samanuññā (f.) approval.

samanuññāta : [adj.] approved; allowed.

samanupassati : [saṃ + anu + dis + a] sees; perceives.

samanupassamāna : [pr.p. of samanupassati] seeing; perceiving.

samanupassi : [aor. of samanupassati] saw; perceived.

samanupassitvā : [abs. of samanupassati] having seen.

samanubhāsati : [saṃ + anu + bhās + a] converses together.

samanubhāsanā : [f.] conversation; rehearsal.

samanubhāsi : [aor. of samanubhāsati] conversed together.

samanuyuñjati : [saṃ + anu + yuj + ṃ-a] crosses question.

samanuyuñji : [aor. of samanuyuñjati] crossed question.

samanuyuñjitvā : [abs. of samanuyuñjati] having crossed question.

samanussarati : [saṃ + anu + sar + a] recollects; calls mind.

samanussaranta : [pr.p. of samanussarati] recollecting; calling mind.

samanussari : [aor. of samanussarati] recollected; called mind.

samanussaritvā : [abs. of samanussarati] having recollected; having called mind.

samanta : [adj.] all; entire. || samantā (adv.) all around; everywhere. sāmanta (nt.), neighbourhood; vicinity. (adj.) bordering; neighbouring.

samantacakkhu : [adj.] all-seeing; the Omniscient One.

samantato : [adv.] all around; everywhere.

samantapāsādika : [adj.] all-pleasing.

samantabhaddaka : [adj.] completely auspicious.

samantara : [nt.] different religions.

samannāgata : [adj.] endowed with; possessed of.

samannāhaṭa : [pp. of samannāharati] collected together.

samannāharati : [saṃ + anu + ā + har + a] collects together.

samannāhari : [aor. of samannāharati] collected together.

samannāharitvā : [abs. of samannāharati] having collected together.

samapekkhati : [saṃ + apa + ikkh + a] considers well.

samapekkhi : [aor. of samapekkhati] considered well.

samappita : [pp. of samappeti] handed over; consigned; applied.

samappiya : [abs. of samappeti] having handed over; having consigned; having applied.

samappeti : [saṃ + ap + e] hands over; consigns; applies.

samappetvā : [abs. of samappeti] having handed over; having consigned; having applied.

samappesi : [aor. of samappeti] handed over; consigned; applied.

samaya : [m.] time; congregation; season; occasion; religion.

samara : [nt.] battle.

samala : [adj.] impure; contaminated.

samalaṅkata : [pp. of samalaṅkaroti] decorated; adorned.

samalaṅkari : [aor. of samalaṅkaroti] decorated; adorned.

samalaṅkaritvā : [abs. of samalaṅkaroti] having decorated; having adorned.

samalaṅkaroti : [saṃ + alaṃ + kar + o] decorates; adorns.

samavāya : [m.] combination; coming together.

samavekkhati : [saṃ + ava + ikkh + a] considers; examines.

samavekkhi : [aor. of samavekkhati] considered; examined.

samavepākinī : [f.] promoting good digestion.

samassāsa : [m.] relief; refreshment.

samassāseti : [saṃ + ā + sas + e] relieves; refreshes.

samassāsetvā : [abs. of samassāseti] having relieved; having refreshed.

samassāsesi : [aor. of samassāseti] relieved; refreshed.

samākaḍḍhati : [saṃ + ā + kaḍḍh + a] abstracts; pulls along.

samākaḍḍhana : [nt.] pulling; dragging; abstracting.

samākaḍḍhi : [aor. of samākaḍḍhati] abstracted; pulled along.

samākaḍḍhitvā : [abs. of samākaḍḍhati] having abstracted; having pulled along.

samākiṇṇa : [adj.] filled or covered with; crowded together; strewn with.

samākula : [adj.] filled or covered with; crowded together; strewn with.

samāgacchati : [saṃ + ā + gam + a] meets together; assembles.

samāgacchi : [aor. of samāgacchati] met together; assembled.

samāgata : [pp. of samāgacchati] met together; assembled.

samāgantvā : [abs. of samāgacchati] having met together; having assembled.

samāgama : [m.] meeting with; an assembly.

samāgamma : [abs. of samāgacchati] having met together; having assembled.

samācaraṇa : [nt.] conduct; behaviour.

samācarati : [saṃ + ā + car + a] behaves; acts; practises.

samācaranta : [pr.p. of samācarati] behaving; acting; practising.

samācari : [aor. of samācarati] behaved; acted; practised.

samācaritvā : [abs. of samācarati] having behaved; having acted; having practised.

samācāra : [m.] conduct; behaviour.

samādana : [nt.] taking; observance; acceptance.

samādapaka : [m.] instigator.

samādapita : [pp. of samādapeti] instigated.

samādapeti : [saṃ + ā + dā + āpe] instigates.

samādapetu : [m.] instigator.

samādapetvā : [abs. of samādapeti] having instigated.

samādapesi : [aor. of samādapeti] instigated.

samādahati : [saṃ + ā + dhā + a] puts together; concentrates; kindles (fire).

samādahanta : [pr.p. of samādahati] putting together.

samādahi : [aor. of samādahati] put together; concentrated; kindled (fire).

samādahitvā : [abs. of samādahati] having put together; having concentrated; having kindled (fire).

samādāti : [saṃ + ā + dā + a] takes; accepts.

samādāya : [abs.] having accepted.

samādiṭṭha : [pp. of samādisati] indicated; commanded.

samādinna : [pp. of samādiyati] taken upon oneself.

samādiyati : [pass. of samādāti] takes upon oneself.

samādiyanta : [pr.p. of samādiyati] taking upon oneself.

samādiyi : [aor. of samādiyati] took upon oneself.

samādiyitvā : [abs. of samādiyati] having taken upon oneself.

samādisati : [saṃ + ā + dis + a] indicates; commands.

samādisi : [aor. of samādisati] indicated; commanded.

samādisitvā : [abs. of samādisati] having indicated; having commanded.

samādhāna : [nt.] putting together; concentration.

samādhi : [m.] meditation; onepointedness of the mind.

samādhija : [adj.] produced by concentration.

samādhibala : [nt.] the power of concentration.

samādhibāvanā : [f.] cultivation of concentration.

samādhibhāvanā : [f.] practice of self-concentration.

samādhiyati : [saṃ + ā + dhā + i + ya] to be calmed or concentrated.

samādhiyi : [aor. of samādhiyati] concentrated.

samādhisaṃvattanika : [adj.] conducive to concentration.

samādhisambojjhaṅga : [m.] concentration as a constituent of enlightenment.

samāna : [adj.] equal; same; similar.

samānattatā : [f.] impartiality; sociability.

samānabhāva : [m.] identity; equality.

samānavassika : [adj.] equal in seniority; of the same age.

samānasaṃvāsaka : [adj.] belonging to the same communion.

samānīta : [pp. of samāneti] brought together; compared; calculated.

samāneti : [saṃ + ā + nī + a] brings together; compares; calculates.

samānetvā : [abs. of samāneti] having brought together; having compared; having calculated.

samānesi : [aor. of samāneti] brought together; compared; calculated.

samāpajja : [abs. of samāpajjati] having entered upon; having engaged in.

samāpajjati : [saṃ + ā + pad + ya] enters upon; engages in.

samāpajjana : [nt.] entering upon; passing through.

samāpajjanta : [pr.p. of samāpajjati] entering upon; engaged in.

samāpajjamāna : [pr.p. of samāpajjati] entering upon; engaged in.

samāpajji : [aor. of samāpajjati] entered upon; engaged in.

samāpajjitvā : [abs. of samāpajjati] having entered upon; having engaged in.

samāpatti : [f.] attainment; an enjoying stage of meditation.

samāpana : [nt.] instigation.

samāpanna : [pp. of samāpajjati] entered upon; engaged in.

samāpita : [pp. of samāpeti] concluded; finished; completed.

samāpeti : [saṃ + ap + e] concludes; finishes; completes.

samāpetvā : [abs. of samāpeti] having concluded; having finished; having completed.

samāpesi : [aor. of samāpeti] concluded; finished; completed.

samāyāta : [pp. of samāyāti] came together.

samāyāti : [saṃ + ā + yā + a] comes together; to be united.

samāyuta : [adj.] combined; possessed with.

samāyoga : [m.] combination; conjunction.

samāraka : [adj.] including Māra devas.

samāraddha : [pp. of samārabhati] begun; undertaken; killed.

samārabhati : [saṃ + ā + rabh + a] begins; undertakes; kills.

samārabhi : [aor. of samārabhati] began; undertook; killed.

samārabhitvā : [abs. of samārabhati] having begun; having undertaken; having killed.

samārambha : [m.] undertaking; activity; injury; slaughter.

samāruyha : [abs. of samāruhati] having climbed up; having ascended.

samāruhati : [saṃ + ā + ruh + a] climbs up; ascends.

samāruhana : [nt.] climbing; ascending.

samāruhi : [aor. of samāruhati] climbed up; ascended.

samāruhitvā : [abs. of samāruhati] having climbed up; having ascended.

samārūḷha : [pp. of samāruhati] climbed up; ascended.

samāropana : [nt.] raising up; putting on.

samāropita : [pp. of samāropeti] made ascend; put on; entrusted.

samāropeti : [saṃ + ā + rup + e] makes ascend; puts on; entrusts.

samāropetvā : [abs. of samāropeti] having made ascend; having put on; having entrusted.

samāropesi : [aor. of samāropeti] made ascend; put on; entrusted.

samāvahati : [saṃ + ā + vah + a] brings about.

samāvahanta : [pr.p. of samāvahati] bringging about.

samāvahi : [aor. of samāvahati] brought about.

samāsa : [m.] compound; an abridgement.

samāsita : [pp. of samāseti] associated; combined; abridged.

samāseti : [saṃ + ās + e] associates; combines; abridges.

samāsetvā : [abs. of samāseti] having associated; having combined; having abridged.

samāsesi : [aor. of samāseti] associated; combined; abridged.

samāhata : [pp. of samāhanati] struck; hit; sounded.

samāhanati : [saṃ + ā + han + a] hits; sound a musical instrument.

samāhita : [pp.] settled; composed; collected of mind.

samijjhati : [saṃ + idh + ya] succeeds; prospers; takes effect.

samijjhana : [nt.] success.

samijjhi : [aor. of samijjhati] succeeded; prospered; took effect.

samijjhitvā : [abs. of samijjhati] having succeeded; having prospered; having taken effect.

samiñjati : [saṃ + iñjati of çñj or çj to stretch] doubles up; moves; wavers.

samita : [pp. of sameti] calmed; appeased.

samita : [adv.] always; continuously.

samitatta : [nt.] state of being calmed.

samitāvi : [m.] one who has quieted himself.

samiti : [f.] an assembly; a society.

samiddha : [pp. of samijjhati] succeeded; prospered; taken effect; successful.

samiddhi : [f.] success; prosperity.

samīṭṭhāna : [nt.] a place near by.

samīpa : [adj.] near; close.

samīpaga : [adj.] got near.

samīpacārī : [adj.] being near. (3.), a constant companion.

samīpaṭṭha : [adj.] standing near; not far.

samīraṇa : [m.] the wind.

samīrati : [saṃ + īr + a] blows; moves.

samīrita : [pp. of samīrati] blown; moved. (pp. of samīreti), uttered; spoken.

samīreti : [saṃ + īr + e] utters; speaks.

samīretvā : [abs. of samīreti] having uttered; having spoken.

samīresi : [aor. of samīreti] uttered; spoke.

samukkaṅsita : [pp. of samukkaṅseti] extoled; praised.

samukkaṅseti : [saṃ + u + kas + e] extols; praises.

samukkaṅsetvā : [abs. of samukkaṅseti] having extoled; having praised.

samukkaṅsesi : [aor. of samukkaṅseti] extoled; praised.

samugga : [m.] a casket.

samuggacchati : [saṃ + u + gam + a] arises; comes to existence.

samuggacchi : [aor. of samuggacchati] arised; came to existence.

samuggaṇhāti : [saṃ + u + gah + ṇhā] learns well.

samuggaṇhi : [aor. of samuggaṇhāti] learnt well.

samuggantvā : [abs. of samuggacchati] having arised; having come to existence.

samuggama : [m.] rise; origin.

samuggahita : [pp. of samuggaṇhāti] learnt well.

samuggahetvā : [abs. of samuggaṇhāti] having learnt well.

samuggiraṇa : [nt.] utterance.

samuggirati : [saṃ + u + gir + a] utters; throws out; emits.

samuggiri : [aor. of samuggirati] uttered; thrown out; emitted.

samugghāta : [m.] jostling; knocking against; uprooting; removal.

samugghātaka : [adj.] abolishing; removing.

samugghātita : [pp. of samugghāteti] abolished; uprooted; removed.

samugghāteti : [saṃ + u + ghāt + e] abolishes; uproots; removes.

samugghātetvā : [abs. of samugghāteti] having abolished; having uprooted; having removed.

samugghātesi : [aor. of samugghāteti] abolished; uprooted; removed.

samucita : [pp.] accumulated.

samuccaya : [m.] collection; accumulation.

samucchindati : [saṃ + u + chid + ṃ-a] extirpates; abolishes; destroys.

samucchindana : [nt.] extirpation; destruction.

samucchindi : [aor. of samucchindati] extirpated; abolished; destroyed.

samucchinditvā : [abs. of samucchindati] having extirpated; having abolished; having destroyed.

samucchindiya : [abs. of samucchindati] having extirpated; having abolished; having destroyed.

samuccheda : [nt.] extirpation; destruction.

samujjala : [adj.] resplendent; shining.

samujjhita : [adj.] thrown away; discarded.

samuṭṭhāna : [nt.] origination; cause.

samuṭṭhānika : [adj.] originating.

samuṭṭhāpaka : [adj.] occasioning; producing.

samuṭṭhāpita : [pp. of samuṭṭhāpeti] raised; produced; originated.

samuṭṭhāpeti : [saṃ + u + ṭhā + āpe] raises; produces; originates.

samuṭṭhāpetvā : [abs. of samuṭṭhāpeti] having raised; having produced; having originated.

samuṭṭhāpesi : [aor. of samuṭṭhāpeti] raised; produced; originated.

samuttaraṇa : [ger. of samuttarati] passing over.

samuttarati : [saṃ + u + tar + a] passes over.

samuttari : [aor. of samuttarati] passed over.

samuttaritvā : [abs. of samuttarati] having passed over.

samuttiṇṇa : [pp. of samuttarati] passed over.

samuttejaka : [adj.] instigating; inciting.

samuttejana : [nt.] instigation.

samuttejita : [pp. of samuttejeti] sharpened; instigated.

samuttejeti : [saṃ + u + tij + e] sharpens; instigates.

samuttejetvā : [abs. of samuttejeti] having sharpened; having instigated.

samuttejesi : [aor. of samuttejeti] sharpened; instigated.

samudaya : [m.] rise; origin; produce. || samudāya (m.), a multitude.

samudayasacca : [nt.] the truth of origination.

samudāgata : [pp.] arisen; resulted.

samudāgama : [m.] rising; product.

samudācaraṇa : [nt.] behaviour; habit; practice; familiarity.

samudācarati : [saṃ + u + ā + car + a] behaves towards; occurs to; frequents.

samudācari : [aor. of samudācarati] behaved towards; occured to; frequented.

samudācarita : [pp. of samudācarati] behaved towards; occured to; frequented.

samudācaritvā : [abs. of samudācarati] having occured to.

samudācāra : [nt.] behaviour; habit; practice; familiarity.

samudāciṇṇa : [pp. of samudācarati] practised; indulged in.

samudāhaṭa : [pp. of samudāharati] spoken; uttered.

samudāharaṇa : [nt.] conversation; utterance.

samudāharati : [saṃ + u + ā + har + a] speaks; utters.

samudāhari : [aor. of samudāharati] spoke; uttered.

samudāharitvā : [abs. of samudāharati] having spoken; having uttered.

samudāhāra : [nt.] conversation; utterance.

samudita : [pp. of samudeti] arisen.

samudīraṇa : [nt.] utterance; movement.

samudīrita : [pp. of samudīreti] uttered; moved.

samudīreti : [saṃ + u + īr + e] utters; moves.

samudīretvā : [abs. of samudīreti] having uttered; having moved.

samudīresi : [aor. of samudīreti] uttered; moved.

samudeti : [saṃ + u + i + a] arises.

samudesi : [aor. of samudeti] arose.

samudda : [m.] the sea; ocean.

samuddaṭṭhaka : [adj.] situated in the ocean.

samuddhaṭa : [pp. of samuddharati] lifted up; taken out; saved from.

samuddharaṇa : [nt.] pulling out; salvation.

samuddharati : [saṃ + u + har + a] lifts up; takes out; saves from.

samuddhari : [aor. of samuddharati] lifted up; took out; saved from.

samuddharitvā : [abs. of samuddharati] having lifted up; having taken out; having saved from.

samupagacchati : [saṃ + upa + gam + a] approaches.

samupagacchi : [aor. of samupagacchati] approached.

samupagata : [pp. of samupagacchati] approached. || samupāgata (adj.), approached to.

samupagantvā : [abs. of samupagacchati] having approached.

samupagamana : [nt.] approach.

samupagamma : [abs. of samupagacchati] having approached.

samupabbūḷha : [adj.] in full swing; crowded.

samupasobhita : [adj.] adorned; endowed with.

samupeta : [pp.] endowed with.

samupeti : [v.] approaches.

samuppajjati : [saṃ + u + pad + ya] arises; to be produced.

samuppajji : [aor. of samuppajjati] arose.

samuppajjitvā : [abs. of samuppajjati] having arisen.

samubbahati : [saṃ + u + vah + a] bears; carries.

samubbahana : [ger. of samubbahati] bearing; carrying.

samubbahanta : [pr.p. of samubbahati] bearing; carrying.

samubbahi : [aor. of samubbahati] bore; carried.

samubbahitvā : [abs. of samubbahati] having born; having carried.

samubbhavati : [saṃ + ū + bhū + a] arises; to be produced.

samubbhavi : [aor. of samubbhavati] arose.

samubbhavitvā : [abs. of samubbhavati] having arisen.

samubbhūta : [pp. of samubbhavati] arisen.

samullapati : [saṃ + u + lap + a] converses friendly.

samullapana : [nt.] conversation.

samullapi : [aor. of samullapati] conversed friendly.

samullapita : [pp. of samullapati] conversed friendly.

samullapitvā : [abs. of samullapati] having conversed friendly.

samullāpa : [nt.] conversation.

samussaya : [m.] the body; accumulation.

samussāpita : [pp. of samussāpeti] raised; hoisted.

samussāpeti : [saṃ + us + āpe] raises; hoists.

samussāpetvā : [abs. of samussāpeti] having raised; having hoisted.

samussāpesi : [aor. of samussāpeti] raised; hoisted.

samussāhita : [pp. of samussāheti] instigated.

samussāheti : [saṃ + u + sah + e] instigates.

samussāhetvā : [abs. of samussāheti] having instigated.

samussāhesi : [aor. of samussāheti] instigated.

samussita : [pp.] elevated; lifted; raised; arrogant.

samūlaka : [adj.] including the root.

samūha : [m.] multitude; a mass; aggregation.

samūhata : [pp. of samūhanati] uprooted; abolished; removed.

samūhanati : [saṃ + u + han + a] uproots; abolishes; removes.

samekkhati : [saṃ + ikkh + a] looks for; considers.

samekkhana : [nt.] looking at.

samekkhi : [aor. ofsamekkhati] look for; considered.

samekkhita : [pp. of samekkhati] look for; considered.

samekkhitvā : [abs. of samekkhati] having looked for; having considered.

samekkhiya : [abs. of samekkhati] having look for; having considered.

sameta : [pp. of sameti] come together; met; agreed with.

sameti : [saṃ + i + a] comes together; meets; agrees with; compares; makes even; appeases.

sametvā : [abs. of sameti] having come together; having met; having agreed with.

samena : [adv.] impartially.

samerita : [pp.] moved; set in motion.

samesi : [aor. of sameti] came together; met; agreed with.

samokiṇṇa : [pp. of samokirati] sprinkled.

samokiraṇa : [nt.] sprinkling; strewing.

samokirati : [saṃ + ava + kir + a] sprinkles; strews.

samokiri : [aor. of samokirati] sprinkled.

samokiritvā : [abs. of samokirati] having sprinkled.

samotata : [pp.] strewn all over; spread.

samotarati : [saṃ + ava + tar + a] descends (into water).

samotari : [aor. of samotarati] descended (into water).

samotaritvā : [abs. of samotarati] having descended (into water).

samotiṇṇa : [pp. of samotarati] descended (into water).

samodahati : [saṃ + ava + dah + a] puts together; keeps in.

samodahana : [nt.] keeping or putting in.

samodahi : [aor. of samodahati] put together; kept in.

samodahita : [pp. of samodahati] put together; kept in.

samodahitvā : [abs. of samodahati] having put together; having kept in.

samodhāna : [nt.] collocation; combination; to be contained in.

samodhāneti : [deno. from samodhāna] connects; fits together.

samodhānetvā : [abs. of samodhāneti] having connected; having fit together.

samodhānesi : [aor. of samodhāneti] connected; fit together.

samosaṭa : [pp. of samosarati] come together; assembled.

samosaraṇa : [nt.] coming together; meeting.

samosarati : [saṃ + ava + sar + a] comes together; assembles.

samosari : [aor. of samosarati] came together; assembled.

samosaritvā : [abs. of samosarati] having come together; having assembled.

samoha : [adj.] infatuated.

samohita : [pp. of samodahati] included; covered with; put together.

sampakampati : [saṃ + pa + kamp + a] trembles; to be shaken.

sampakampi : [aor. of sampakampati] trembled.

sampakampita : [pp. of sampakampati] trembled.

sampajañña : [nt.] discrimination; comprehension.

sampajāna : [adj.] thoughtful.

sampajānakārī : [3] mindful.

sampajjati : [saṃ + pad + ya] succeeds; prospers; happens; becomes.

sampajjana : [nt.] success; prosperity; becoming.

sampajjalita : [pp. of jalati] in flames; ablaze.

sampajji : [aor. of sampajjati] succeeded; prospered; happened; became.

sampajjitvā : [abs. of sampajjati] having succeeded; having prospered; having happened; having become.

sampajjimāna : [pr.p. of sampajjati] succeeding; prospering; happening.

sampaṭicchati : [saṃ + pati + is + a] receives; accepts.

sampaṭicchana : [nt.] acceptance; agreement.

sampaṭicchi : [aor. of sampaṭicchati] received; accepted.

sampaṭicchita : [pp. of sampaṭicchati] received; accepted.

sampaṭicchitvā : [abs. of sampaṭicchati] having received; having accepted.

sampati : [ind.] just now.

sampatita : [pp. of sampatati] fallen; happened.

sampatta : [pp. of sampāpuṇāti] reached; arrived; come to; attained.

sampatti : [f.] fortune; happiness; success; attainment.

sampadā : [f] fortune; happiness; success; attainment.

sampadāna : [nt.] handing on; giving over; the dative case; supplying; making ready.

sampadālana : [nt.] tearing; splitting.

sampadāḷita : [pp. of sampadāḷeti] teared; split; burst open.

sampadāḷeti : [saṃ + pa + daḷ + e] tears; splits; bursts open.

sampadāḷetvā : [abs. of sampadāḷeti] having teared; having split; having burst open.

sampadāḷesi : [aor. of sampadāḷeti] teared; split; burst open.

sampaduṭṭha : [pp. of sampadussati] corrupted.

sampadussati : [saṃ + pa + dus + ya] corrupts.

sampadussana : [nt.] corruption.

sampadussi : [aor. of sampadussati] corrupted.

sampadussitvā : [abs. of sampadussati] having corrupted.

sampadosa : [m.] wickedness.

sampadhūpāyati : [v.] sends forth steam.

sampanna : [pp. of sampajjati] succeeded; prospered; happened; become.

sampayāta : [pp.] gone forth; proceeded.

sampayutta : [adj.] associated; connected.

sampayoga : [m.] union; association; connection.

sampayojita : [pp. of sampayojeti] joined; associated with; litigated.

sampayojeti : [saṃ + pa + yuj + e] joins; associates with; litigates.

sampayojetvā : [abs. of sampayojeti] having joined; having associated with; having litigated.

sampayojesi : [aor. of sampayojeti] joined; associated with; litigated.

samparāya : [m.] future state; the next world.

samparāyika : [adj.] belonging to the next world.

samparikaḍḍhati : [saṃ + pari + kaḍḍh + a] drags this way and that way.

samparivajjita : [pp. of samparivajjetvā] avoided; shuned.

samparivajjeti : [saṃ + pari + vaj + e] avoids; shuns.

samparivajjetvā : [abs. of samparivajjetvā] having avoided; having shuned.

samparivajjesi : [aor. of samparivajjetvā] avoided; shuned.

samparivattati : [saṃ + pari + vat + e] turns; rolls about.

samparivatti : [aor. of samparivattati] turned; rolled about.

samparivattitvā : [abs. of samparivattati] having turned; having rolled about.

samparivatteti : [caus. of samparivattati] causes to turn or roll about.

samparivārita : [pp. of samparivāreti] surrounded; waited upon; attended on.

samparivāreti : [saṃ + pari + var + e] surrounds; waits upon; attends on.

samparivāretvā : [abs. of samparivāreti] having surrounded; having waited upon; having attended on.

samparivāresi : [aor. of samparivāreti] surrounded; waited upon; attended on.

sampareta : [pp.] tormented by.

sampavattita : [pp. of sampavatteti] set going.

sampavatteti : [saṃ + pa + vat + e] sets going.

sampavattesi : [aor. of sampavatteti] set going.

sampavāyati : [saṃ + pa + vā + a] blows; emits.

sampavedhati : [saṃ + pa + vidh + a] is to be shaken violently; is to be highly affected.

sampavedhi : [aor. of sampavedhati] was to be shaken violently; was to be highly affected.

sampavedhita : [pp. of sampavedhati] was to be shaken violently; was to be highly affected.

sampavedheti : [caus. of sampavedhati] is causes to be shaken violently.

sampasāda : [m.] pleasure; serenity.

sampasādaniya : [adj.] leading to serenity; inspiring faith.

sampasādita : [pp. of sampasādeti] gladdened; purified.

sampasādeti : [saṃ + pa + sad + e] gladdens; purifies.

sampasādetvā : [abs. of sampasādeti] having gladdened; having purified.

sampasādesi : [aor. of sampasādeti] gladdened; purified.

sampasārita : [pp. of sampasāreti] spread; stretched out.

sampasāreti : [saṃ + pa + sar + e] spreads; stretches out.

sampasāretvā : [abs. of sampasāreti] having spread; having stretched out.

sampasāresi : [aor. of sampasāreti] spread; stretched out.

sampasīdati : [saṃ + pa + sad + a] to be pleased; becomes clear; to be tranquillised.

sampasīdana : [nt.] joy; happiness; becoming clear.

sampasīdi : [aor. of sampasīdati] became clear.

sampasīditvā : [abs. of sampasīdati] having become clear.

sampassati : [saṃ + dis + a] sees; considers; to be hold.

sampassanta : [pr.p. of sampassati] seing ; considering.

sampassamāna : [pr.p. of sampassati] seing ; considering.

sampassi : [aor. of sampassati] saw; considered.

sampassitvā : [abs. of sampassati] having seen.

sampahaṃsaka : [adj.] gladdening.

sampahaṃsakasana : [nt.] being glad: pleasure.

sampahaṃsati : [saṃ + pa + has + a] to be glad.

sampahaṃsana : [nt.] gladdening.

sampahaṃsi : [aor. of sampahaṃsati] was glad.

sampahaṃsita : [pp. of sampahaṃsati] was glad.

sampahaṃseti : [caus. of sampahaṃsati] causes to be glad.

sampahaṃsetvā : [abs. of sampahaṃsati] being glad.

sampahaṭṭha : [pp. of sampahaṃsati] gladdened; joyful; beaten; refined; wrought.

sampahāra : [m.] strife; battle; striking.

sampāta : [m.] falling together; concurrence; collision.

sampādaka : [adj.] one who prepares or supplies.

sampādita : [pp. of sampādeti] tried to accomplish; supplied; prepared.

sampādiyati : [pass. of sampādeti] to be supplied.

sampādeka : [adj.] leading to; bringing.

sampādeti : [saṃ + pad + e] tries to accomplish; supplies; prepares.

sampādetvā : [abs. of sampādeti] having tried to accomplish; having supplied; having prepared.

sampādesi : [aor. of sampādeti] tried to accomplish; supplied; prepared.

sampāpana : [nt.] leading; getting on.

sampāpuṇanta : [pr.p. of sampāpuṇāti] reaching.

sampāpuṇāti : [saṃ + pa + ap + uṇā] reaches; attains; meets with.

sampāpuṇi : [aor. of sampāpuṇāti] reached; attained; met with.

sampāpuṇitvā : [abs. of sampāpuṇāti] having reached; having attained; having met with.

sampiṇḍana : [nt.] combination; connection; addition.

sampiṇḍita : [pp. of sampiṇḍeti] united; combined.

sampiṇḍeti : [saṃ + piṇḍ + e] unites; combines; balls together; abridges.

sampiṇḍetvā : [abs. of sampiṇḍeti] having united; having combined.

sampiṇḍesi : [aor. of sampiṇḍeti] united; combined.

sampiyanta : [pr.p. of sampiyāyati] treating kindly.

sampiyamāna : [pr.p. of sampiyāyati] treating kindly.

sampiyāyati : [deno. from sampiya] treats kindly; to be attached or devoted to; to be fond of.

sampiyāyanā : [f.] fondness.

sampiyāyi : [aor. of sampiyāyati] treated kindly.

sampiyita : [pp. of sampiyāyati] treated kindly.

sampiyitvā : [abs. of sampiyāyati] having treated kindly.

sampīṇita : [pp. of sampīṇeti] satisfied; gladdened; pleased.

sampīṇeti : [saṃ + pī + ṇā + e] satisfies; gladdens; pleases.

sampīṇetvā : [abs. of sampīṇeti] having satisfied; having gladdened; having pleased.

sampīṇesi : [aor. of sampīṇeti] satisfied; gladdened; pleased.

sampīḷita : [pp. of sampīḷeti] oppressed; worried; crushed.

sampīḷeti : [saṃ + pīḷ + e] oppresses; worries; crushes.

sampīḷetvā : [abs. of sampīḷeti] having oppressed; having worried; having crushed.

sampīḷesi : [aor. of sampīḷeti] oppressed; worried; crushed.

sampucchati : [saṃ + pucch + a] asks; takes permission.

sampucchi : [aor. of sampucchati] asked; took permission.

sampuṭṭha : [pp. of sampucchati] asked; taken permission.

sampuṇṇa : [pp. of sampūrati] full; completed; filled.

sampupphita : [pp.] in full bloom.

sampūjita : [pp. of sampūjeti] honoured; respected.

sampūjeti : [saṃ + pūj + e] honours; respects.

sampūjetvā : [abs. of sampūjeti] having honoured; having respected.

sampūjenta : [pr.p. of sampūjeti] honouring; respecting.

sampūjesi : [aor. of sampūjeti] honoured; respected.

sampūrita : [pp. of sampūreti] filled; accomplished.

sampūreti : [saṃ + pūr + e] fills; accomplishes.

sampūretvā : [abs. of sampūreti] having filled; having accomplished.

sampūresi : [aor. of sampūreti] filled; accomplished.

sampha : [nt.] frivolity; useless talk.

samphappalapa : [m.] talking nonsense.

samphassa : [m.] touch; contact.

samphulla : [adj.] full-blown.

samphusati : [saṃ + phus + a] touches; comes in contact with.

samphusanā : [f.] touch; contact.

samphusi : [aor. of samphusati] touched; came in contact with.

samphusita : [pp. of samphusati] touched; come in contact with; well fitted.

samphusitvā : [abs. of samphusati] having touched; having come in contact with.

samphussanta : [pr.p. of] touching.

sambaddha : [pp. of sambandhati] bound together; united.

sambandha : [m.] connection.

sambandhati : [saṃ + bandh + a] binds together; unites.

sambandhi : [aor. of sambandhati] bound together; united.

sambandhitvā : [abs. of sambandhati] having bound together; having united.

sambala : [nt.] provision.

sambahula : [adj.] many.

sambādha : [m.] pressure; crowding; inconvenience.

sambādhana : [nt.] obstruction.

sambādheti : [saṃ + bādh + e] to be crowded; obstructs.

sambādhetvā : [abs. of sambādheti] having obstructed.

sambādhesi : [aor. of sambādheti] obstructed.

sambāhati : [saṃ + bāh + a] massages; rubs; shampoos.

sambāhana : [nt.] rubbing; massaging.

sambāhi : [aor. of sambāhati] massaged; rubbed; shampooed.

sambāhitvā : [abs. of sambāhati] having massaged; having rubbed; having shampooed.

sambuka : [m.] an oyster; a shell.

sambujjhati : [saṃ + budh + ya] understands clearly; knows perfectly.

sambujjhi : [aor. of sambujjhati] understood clearly; knew perfectly.

sambujjhitvā : [abs. of sambujjhati] having understood clearly; having known perfectly.

sambuddha : [pp. of sambujjhati] understood clearly; known perfectly. (m.),, the Omniscient One.

sambojjhaṅga : [m.] constituent of enlightenment.

sambodhana : [nt.] 1. arousing; 2. the vocative case.

sambodheti : [saṃ + budh + e] teaches; makes understand.

sambodhesi : [aor. of sambodheti] taught; made understand.

sambhagga : [pp. of sambhañjati] broken; split.

sambhañjati : [saṃ + bhañj + a] breaks; splits.

sambhañji : [aor. of sambhañjati] broke; split.

sambhañjitvā : [abs. of sambhañjati] having broken; having split.

sambhata : [pp.] brought together; stored up.

sambhatta : [adj.] a friend; a devoted person.

sambhandhana : [nt.] binding together; connection.

sambhama : [m.] excitement; confusion.

sambhamati : [saṃ + bham + a] revolves.

sambhami : [aor. of sambhamati] revolved.

sambhamitvā : [abs. of sambhamati] having revolved.

sambhava : [m.] origin; birth; production; semen virile.

sambhavati : [saṃ + bhū + a] arises; to be produced or present; exists; to be together with.

sambhavana : [nt.] coming into existence. || sambhāvanā (f.), honour; reverence; esteem.

sambhavi : [aor. of sambhavati] arose.

sambhavesī : [m.] one who is seeking birth. || sambhāvesi (aor. of sambhāveti), esteemed; honoured; mixed with.

sambhāra : [m.] materials; requisite ingredients; accumulation; a heap.

sambhāvanīya : [adj.] venerable.

sambhāvita : [pp. of sambhāveti] esteemed; honoured; mixed with.

sambhāveti : [saṃ + bhū + e] esteems; honours; mixes with.

sambhāvetvā : [abs. of sambhāveti] having esteemed; having honoured; having mixed with.

sambhindati : [saṃ + bhid + ṃ-a] 1. mixes; 2. breaks.

sambhinna : [pp. of sambhindati] mixed; broke.

sambhīta : [pp.] terrified.

sambhuñjati : [saṃ + bhuj + ṃ-a] eats together.

sambhuñji : [aor. of sambhuñjati] ate together.

sambhuñjitvā : [abs. of sambhuñjati] having eaten together.

sambhūta : [pp. of sambhavati] arisen.

sambheda : [m.] mixing up; confusion.

sambhoga : [m.] eating or living together with.

sambhoti : [saṃ + bhavati] arises; is produced or present. (see sambhavati).

sambhodhi : [f.] enlightenment; the highest wisdom.

samma : [a term of familiar address; seen only in voc.] my dear. (nt.) a cymbal. || sammā (ind.) properly; rightly; thoroughly.

sammakkhita : [pp. of sammakkheti] smeared.

sammakkheti : [saṃ + makkh + e] smears.

sammakkhetvā : [abs. of sammakkheti] having smeared.

sammakkhesi : [aor. of sammakkheti] smeared.

sammaggata : [adj.] who has come to the right path.

sammajjati : [saṃ + majj + a] sweeps; polishes.

sammajjanī : [f.] a broom.

sammajjanta : [pr.p. of sammajjati] sweeping.

sammajji : [aor. of sammajjati] swept; polished.

sammajjita : [pp. of sammajjati] swept; polished.

sammajjitabba : [pt.p. of sammajjati] should be swept.

sammajjitvā : [abs. of sammajjati] having swept; having polished.

sammaṭṭha : [pp. of sammajjati] swept; polished.

sammata : [pp. of sammannati] agreed upon; authorised; honoured; appointed for; selected.

sammatāla : [m.] a cymbal.

sammati : [v.] ceases; is appeased.

sammatta : [(saṃ + matta), pp. of ?] intoxicated; much delighted. (Abstr. from sammā:) correctness; righteouness.

sammada : [m.] drowsiness after a meal.

sammadakkhāta : [adj.] well preached.

sammadaññā : [abs.] having understood perfectly.

sammadaññāya : [abs.] having understood perfectly.

sammadeva : [ind.] properly; in completeness.

sammaddati : [saṃ + madd + a] tramples down; crushes.

sammaddana : [nt.] trampling; crushing.

sammaddasa : [adj.] having right views; seeing rightly.

sammaddi : [aor. of sammaddati] trampled down; crushed.

sammaddita : [pp. of sammaddati] trampled down; crushed.

sammadditvā : [abs. of sammaddati] having trampled down; having crushed.

sammantita : [pp. of sammanteti] consulted together.

sammanteti : [saṃ + mant + e] consults together.

sammantetvā : [abs. of sammanteti] having consulted together.

sammantesi : [aor. of sammanteti] consulted together.

sammannati : [saṃ + man + a] authorises; agrees to; assents; selects.

sammanni : [aor. of sammannati] authorised; agreed to; assented; selected.

sammannita : [pp. of sammannati] authorised; agreed to; assented; selected.

sammannitvā : [abs. of sammannati] having authorised; having selected.

sammapaññā : [f.] right knowledge.

sammappadhāna : [nt.] right exertion.

sammasati : [saṃ + mas + a] grasps; touches; knows thoroughly; meditates on. || sammāsati (f.) right memory.

sammasi : [aor. of sammasati] grasped; touched; knew thoroughly; meditated on.

sammasita : [pp. of sammasati] grasped; touched; known thoroughly; meditated on.

sammasitvā : [abs. of sammasati] having grasped; having touched.

sammākammanta : [m.] right conduct.

sammājīva : [(sammā + ājīva), m.] right means of livelihood.

sammādiṭṭhi : [f.] right belief.

sammādiṭṭhika : [adj.] having right views.

sammāna : [m.] honour; respect.

sammānanā : [f.] honour; respect.

sammāpaṭipatti : [f.] right mental disposition.

sammāpaṭipanna : rightly disposed, having the right view.

sammāvattanā : [f.] right conduct.

sammāvācā : [f.] right speech.

sammāvimutti : [f.] right emancipation.

sammāsaṅkappa : [m.] right intention.

sammāsamādhi : [m.] right concentration.

sammāsambuddha : [m.] the perfectly Enlightened One.

sammāsambodhi : [f.] perfect enlightenment.

sammiñjati : [saṃ + inj + a] bends back; doubles up.

sammiñjana : [nt.] bending (of a limb).

sammiñjanta : [pr.p. of sammiñjati] bending back.

sammiñji : [aor. of sammiñjati] bent back; doubled up.

sammiñjita : [pp. of sammiñjati] bent back; doubled up.

sammiñjitvā : [abs. of sammiñjati] having bent back; having doubled up.

sammissa : [adj.] mixed.

sammissatā : [f.] the state of being mixed.

sammissita : [pp. of sammisseti] mixed; confused.

sammisseti : [saṃ + mis + e] mixes; confuses.

sammissetvā : [abs. of sammisseti] having mixed; having confused.

sammissesi : [aor. of sammisseti] mixed; confused.

sammukha : [adj.] face to face with. (loc.) in the presence. || sammukhā (ind.) in front; face to face.

sammukhībhūta : [adj.] met with.

sammucchati : [sam + mus + ya] infatuates.

sammucchi : [aor. of sammucchati] infatuated.

sammucchita : [pp. of sammucchati] infatuated.

sammucchitvā : [abs. of sammucchati] having infatuated.

sammuñjanī : [f.] a broom.

sammuṭṭha : [pp. of sammussati] forgotten.

sammuti : [f.] general opinion; consent; selection; permission.

sammudita : [adj.] delighting in.

sammuyha : [abs. of sammuyhati] having forgotten.

sammuyhati : [saṃ + muh + ya] forgets; to be bewildered or infatuated.

sammuyhana : [nt.] forgetting; bewilderment.

sammuyhi : [aor. of sammuyhati] forgot.

sammuyhitvā : [abs. of sammuyhati] having forgotten.

sammussati : [saṃ + mus + ya] forgets.

sammussi : [aor. of sammussati] forgot.

sammussitvā : [abs. of sammussati] having forgotten.

sammūḷha : [pp. of sammuyhati] forgotten; infatuated.

sammodaka : [adj.] one who speaks friendly.

sammodati : [saṃ + mud + a] rejoices; delights; exchanges friendly greetings.

sammodanā : [f.] rejoicing; compliment; mixing.

sammodanīya : [adj.] to be rejoiced; pleasant.

sammodamāna : [pr.p. of] being joyful.

sammodi : [aor. of sammodati] rejoiced; delighted; exchanged friendly greetings.

sammoditvā : [abs. of sammodati] having rejoiced; having delighted.

sammosa : [m.] confusion; delusion.

sammoha : [m.] confusion; delusion.

saya : [ind.] self; by oneself.

sayaṃkata : [adj.] done by oneself; made by itself.

sayaṃvara : [m.] self-choice.

sayañjāta : [adj.] born from oneself; sprung up spontaneously.

sayati : [si + a] sleeps; lies down. || sāyati (sā + ya), tastes.

sayana : [nt.] a bed; sleeping. || sayāna (adj.) sleeping; lying down. sāyana (nt.), tasting.

sayanighara : [nt.] a sleeping room.

sayanta : [pr.p. of sayati] sleeping; laying down. || sāyanta (pr.p. of sāyati), tasting.

sayamāna : [pr.p. of sayati] sleeping; laying down.

sayambhū : [m.] the Creator.

sayāpita : [pp. of sayāpeti] lain down.

sayāpeti : [caus. of sayati] makes sleep or lies down.

sayi : [aor. of sayati] slept; lay down. (aor. of seti), slept. || sāyi (aor. of sāyati), tasted.

sayitvā : [abs. of sayati] having slept. || sāyitvā (abs. of sāyati), having tasted.

sayha : [adj.] bearable; able to endure.

sara : [m.] 1. an arrow; 2. a sound; 3. a vowel; 4. a lake; 5. a kind of reed. || sāra (m.), essence; the pith of a tree; the choicest part. (adj.) essential; excellent; strong.

saraka : [m.] a drinking vessel.

saraja : [adj.] dusty; impure.

saraṇa : [nt.] protection; help; refuge; a shelter.

saraṇāgamana : [nt.] taking refuge.

saraṇīya : [adj.] fit to be remembered.

sarati : [sar + a] remembers; moves along.

saratīra : [nt.] the bank of a lake.

saratuṇḍa : [nt.] the point of an arrow.

sarada : [m.] the autumn; a year. || sārada (adj.), autumnal.

saradasamaya : [m.] the season following on the rains.

saranta : [pr.p. of sarati] remembering; moving along.

sarabū : [m.] a house lizard.

sarabha : [m.] a kind of deer.

sarabhaṅga : [m.] arrow breaking.

sarabhañña : [nt.] intoning; a particular mode of recitation.

sarabhāṇaka : [m.] one who recites the sacred texts.

sarasa : [adj.] tasteful. || sārasa (m.), a water bird.

sarasī : [f.] a lake.

sarāga : [adj.] lustful.

sarājika : [adj.] including a king.

sari : [aor. of sarati] remembered; moved along. || sārī (adj.), (in cpds.) wandering; following.

saritabba : [pt.p. of] fit to be remembered.

saritā : [f.] a river. || sārita (pp. of sāreti), reminded; led; made move along.

saritu : [m.] one who remembers.

saritvā : [abs. of sarati] having remembered; having moved along.

sarīra : [nt.] the body.

sarīrakicca : [nt.] easing of the body; bodily function; obsequies.

sarīraṭṭha : [adj.] deposited in the body.

sarīradhātu : [f.] a body relic of the Buddha.

sarīranissanda : [m.] excretion of the body.

sarīrappabhā : [f.] lustre of the body.

sarīramaṃsa : [nt.] the flesh of the body.

sarīravaṇṇa : [m.] the appearance of the body.

sarīravantu : [adj.] having a bulky body.

sarīravalañja : [m.] discharge from the body.

sarīravalañjaṭṭhāna : [nt.] a place where the people ease their bodies.

sarīrasaṇṭhāna : [nt.] bodily form; features.

saruha : [nt.] a lotus.

sarūpa : [adj.] of the same form; having a form.

sarūpatā : [f.] similarity.

saroja : [nt.] a lotus.

saroruha : [nt.] a lotus.

salakkhaṇa : [adj.] together with the characteristics. (nt.), one's own characteristic.

salabha : [m.] a moth; a grass hopper. || salābha (m.), one's own advantage or gain.

salākā : [f.] a blade of grass; ribs of a parasol; a surgical instrument; tickets consisting of slips of wood; a lot.

salākākagga : [nt.] a room for distributing tickets.

salākāgāha : [m.] taking of tickets or votes.

salākāgāhāpaka : [m.] distributor of voting tickets.

salākābhatta : [nt.] food to be distributed by tickets.

salākāvutta : [adj.] subsisting by means of food tickets.

salāṭu : [adj.] unripe.

salāṭuka : [adj.] unripe.

salila : [nt.] water.

saliladhārā : [f.] a shower of water.

salla : [m.] a dart; spike; stake; quill of a porcupine; surgical instrument.

sallaka : [m.] a porcupine.

sallakatta : [m.] a surgeon.

sallakattiya : [nt.] surgery.

sallakkhaṇa : [nt.] discernment; consideration. || sallakkhaṇā (f.) discernment; consideration.

sallakkhita : [pp. of sallakkheti] observed; considered.

sallakkheti : [saṃ + lakkh + e] observes; considers.

sallakkhetvā : [abs. of sallakkheti] having observed; having considered.

sallakkhenta : [pr.p. of sallakkheti] observing; considering.

sallakkhesi : [aor. of sallakkheti] observed; considered.

sallapati : [saṃ + lap + a] converses; talks with.

sallapana : [nt.] talking.

sallapanta : [pr.p. of sallapati] conversing; talking with.

sallapi : [aor. of sallapati] conversed; talked with.

sallapitvā : [abs. of sallapati] having conversed; having talked with.

sallaviddha : [adj.] pierced by a dart.

sallahuka : [adj.] light; frugal.

sallāpa : [m.] friendly talk.

sallikhati : [saṃ + likh + a] cuts into slices.

sallikhi : [aor. of sallikhati] cut into slices.

sallikhita : [pp. of sallikhati] cut into slices.

sallikhitvā : [abs. of sallikhati] having cut into slices.

sallīna : [pp. of sallīyati] become secluded.

sallīyati : [saṃ + lī + ya] becomes secluded.

sallīyanā : [f.] stolidity; seclusion.

sallīyi : [aor. of sallīyati] became secluded.

sallīyitvā : [abs. of sallīyati] having become secluded.

sallekha : [m.] austere penance.

saḷāyatana : [nt.] the six organs of sense viz: eye, ear, nose, tongue, body, and mind.

savaṅka : [adj.] having bendings; a sort of fish. || sāsaṅka (adj.), suspicious.

savaṇa : [nt.] hearing; the ear. || sāvaṇa (nt.), announcement; proclamation. (m.) name of a month, July-August.

savaṇīya : [adj.] pleasant to hear.

savati : [su + a] flows.

savana : [nt.] flowing.

savanta : [pr.p. of savati] flowing.

savantī : [f.] a river.

savi : [aor. of savati] flowed.

savighāta : [adj.] bringing vexation.

saviññāṇaka : [adj.] animate; conscious.

savitakka : [adj.] accompanied by reasoning.

savitvā : [abs. of savati] having flowed.

savibhattika : [adj.] consisting of a classification.

savera : [adj.] connected with enmity.

savyañjana : [adj.] together with condiments or well sounding letters.

sasa : [m.] a hare.

sasakka : [adv.] surely; certainly.

sasaṅka : [m.] the moon.

sasati : [sas + a] breathes; lives. || sāsati (sās + a), teaches; instructs; rules.

sasattha : [adj.] bearing weapons.

sasambhāra : [adj.] with the ingredients or constituents.

sasalakkhaṇa : [nt.] the sign of hare in the moon.

sasalañchana : [nt.] the sign of hare in the moon.

sasavisāṇa : [nt.] a hare's horn, (an impossibility).

sasī : [m.] the moon. || sāsi (aor. of sāsati), taught; instructed; ruled.

sasīsa : [adv.] together with the head; up to the head.

sasura : [m.] father-in-law.

sasena : [n.] accompanied by an army.

sassa : [nt.] corn; crop.

sassakamma : [nt.] agriculture.

sassakāla : harvest time.

sassata : [adj.] eternal.

sassatadiṭṭhi : [f.] eternalism.

sassatavāda : [m.] eternalism.

sassatavādī : [m.] eternalist.

sassati : [f.] eternity.

sassatika : [adj.] eternalist.

sassamaṇabrāhmaṇa : [adj.] including religious teachers and brahmans.

sassāmika : [adj.] having a husband or an owner.

sassirīka : [adj.] glorious; resplendent.

sassu : [f.] mother-in-law.

saha : [conjunctive particle] with; together; accompanied by. (adj.), enduring.

sahakāra : [m.] a sort of fragrant mango.

sahagata : [adj.] connected or endowed with.

sahaja : [adj.] born at the same time or together.

sahajāta : [adj.] born at the same time or together.

sahajīvī : [adj.] living together with.

sahati : [sah + a] bears; endures; to be able; to overcome.

sahattha : [m.] one's own hand.

sahadhammika : [adj.] co-religionist.

sahadhammena : with reason.

sahana : [nt.] endurance.

sahanandī : [adj.] rejoicing together.

sahanta : [pr.p. of sahati] bearing; enduring.

sahabhū : [adj.] arising together with.

sahamāna : [pr.p. of sahati] bearing; enduring.

sahayoga : [m.] connection; co-operation; application of saha.

sahavāsa : [m.] living together.

sahavya : [nt.] companionship.

sahavyatā : [f.] companionship.

sahasā : [adv.] suddenly; forcibly. || sāhasa (nt.), violence; arbitrary action.

sahaseyyā : [f.] sharing the same bedroom.

sahasokī : [adj.] sharing another's sorrow.

sahassa : [nt.] a thousand.

sahassakkha : [m.] the thousand-eyed Sakka.

sahassakkhattu : [adv.] a thousand times.

sahassagghanaka : [adj.] worth a thousand.

sahassatthavikā : [f.] a bag containing a thousand pieces of gold coins.

sahassadhā : [adv.] in a thousand ways.

sahassanetta : [m.] the thousand-eyed Sakka.

sahassabhaṇḍikā : [f.] a bag containing a thousand pieces of gold coins.

sahassa-maṇḍala : [adj.] having a thousand orbs.

sahassaraṃsī : [m.] the sun.

sahassāra : [adj.] having a thousand spokes.

sahassika : [adj.] consisting of a thousand.

sahassīlokadhātu : [f.] a thousand-fold spokes.

sahāya : [m.] a friend; an ally.

sahāyaka : [m.] a friend; an ally.

sahāyatā : [f.] friendship.

sahi : [aor. of sahati] bore; endured.

sahita : [adj.] accompanied with; united; keeping together; consistent. (nt.), literature; scriptures; a piece of wood to generate fire by rubbing on.

sahitabba : [pt.p. of sahati] to be endured.

sahitu : [m.] one who endures.

sahitvā : [abs. of sahati] having bore; having overcome.

sahetuka : [adj.] having a cause.

sahoḍha : [adj.] together with the stolen goods.

sākacchā : [f.] conversation; discussion.

sākaṭika : [m.] a carter.

sākapaṇṇa : [nt.] vegetable leaf.

sākalya : [nt.] totality.

sākiyānī : [f.] a woman of the Sākya race.

sākuṇika : [m.] a fowler; a bird-catcher.

sākuntika : [m.] a fowler; a bird-catcher.

sākhānagara : [nt.] a suburb.

sākhāpalāsa : [nt.] branches and leaves.

sākhābhaṅga : [m.] a broken branch.

sākhāmiga : [m.] a monkey.

sāgata : [ind.] hail; welcome.

sāgara : [m.] the sea; ocean. || sāgāra (adj.) living in a house.

sācariyaka : [adj.] together with one's teacher.

sāṭakayuga : [nt.] a suit of clothes.

sāṭikā : [f.] a clothe; a cloak.

sāṭheyya : [nt.] craft; treachery.

sāṇa : [nt.] hemp; a coarse hempen cloth.

sāṇi : [f.] a screen; a curtain.

sāṇipasibbaka : [m.; nt.] a sack; hempsack.

sāṇipākāra : [m.] a screen wall, (made with hempen cloth).

sātakumbha : [nt.] gold.

sātacca : [nt.] continuation; perseverance.

sātaccakārī : [m.] acting continuously.

sātaccakiriyā : [f.] perseverance.

sātatika : [adj.] acting continuously.

sātireka : [adj.] having something in excess.

sāthalika : [adj.] lethargic; of loose habits.

sādara : [adv.] affectionately.

sādita : [pp. of sādiyati] accepted; enjoyed; agreed to; permited.

sādiyati : [sad + i + ya] accepts; enjoys; agrees to; permits.

sādiyana : [nt.] acceptance; appropriation. || sādiyanā (f.) acceptance; appropriation.

sādiyanta : [pr.p. of sādiyati] accepting; enjoying.

sādiyamāna : [pr.p. of sādiyati] accepting; enjoying.

sādiyi : [aor. of sādiyati] accepted; enjoyed; agreed to; permited.

sādiyitvā : [abs. of sādiyati] having accepted; having enjoyed; having agreed to; having permited.

sādu : [adj.] sweet; pleasant.

sādutara : [adj.] more sweet or pleasant.

sādurasa : [adj.] having a pleasant taste.

sādhaka : [adj.] effecting; accomplishing. (nt.), a proof.

sādhāraṇa : [adj.] common; general.

sādhika : [adj.] having something in excess.

sādhita : [pp. of sādheti] accomplished; effected; prepared.

sādhiya : [adj.] that which can be accomplished.

sādhu : [adj.] good; virtuous; profitable. (adv.), well; thoroughly. (ind.), yes; alright.

sādhuka : [adv.] well; thoroughly.

sādhukamyatā : [f.] desire for proficiency.

sādhukāra : [m.] cheering; applause; approval; saying "well."

sādhukīḷana : [nt.] a sacred festivity.

sādhucitta : [adj.] well-decked.

sādhurūpa : [adj.] of good dispositions.

sādhusammata : [adj.] highly honoured; accepted by the virtuous.

sādheti : [sādh + e] accomplishes; effects; prepares; performs; clears a debt.

sādhetvā : [abs. of sādheti] having accomplished; having effected; having prepared; having performed.

sādhenta : [pr.p. of sādheti] accomplishing; preparing.

sādhesi : [aor. of sādheti] accomplished; effected; prepared; performed.

sānu : [f.; nt.] a table land.

sānucara : [adj.] together with followers.

sānuvajja : [adj.] blameable.

sāpa : [m.] a curse.

sāpateyya : [nt.] property; wealth.

sāpattika : [adj.] one who has transgressed a Vinaya rule.

sāpadesa : [adj.] with reasons.

sāpekkha : [adj.] hopeful; expecting; longing for.

sāpekha : [adj.] hopeful; expecting; longing for.

sāmaggi : [f.] concord; unity.

sāmaggiya : [nt.] concord; unity.

sāmacca : [adj.] together with the ministers or friends.

sāmaññaphala : [nt.] fruit of the life of a recluse.

sāmaṇaka : [adj.] worthy or needful for a monk.

sāmaṇera : [m.] a novice of a monk.

sāmaṇerī : [f.] a female apprentice of a nun.

sāmatthiya : [nt.] ability.

sāmayika : [adj.] 1. religious; 2. temporary.

sāmājika : [m.] a member (of an assembly).

sāmika : [m.] the husband; the owner.

sāminī : [f.] mistress; a female owner.

sāmivacana : [nt.] the genitive case.

sāmisa : [adj.] fleshy; carnal; smeared with food.

sāmī : [m.] owner; load; master; husband.

sāmīci : [f.] proper course; friendly treatment.

sāmīcikamma : [nt.] proper act; homage.

sāmīcipaṭipanna : [adj.] entered into the proper course.

sāmuddika : [adj.] seafaring; marine.

sāyaka : [adj.] one who tastes.

sāyaṇha : [m.] evening.

sāyaṇhakāla : [m.] the latter part of the afternoon.

sāyaṇhasamaya : [m.] the latter part of the afternoon; everning; after-noon.

sāyanīya : [adj.] fit to be tasted.

sāyamāsa : [m.] supper.

sāyita : [pp. of sāyati] tasted.

sārakkha : [adj.] guarded.

sāragandha : [m.] odour of the heart of a tree.

sāragavesī : [adj.] one who seeks the essence.

sārajjati : [saṃ + raj + ya] to be attached to.

sārajjanā : [f.] attachment.

sārajji : [aor. of sārajjati] attached to.

sārajjitvā : [abs. of sārajjati] having attached to.

sāratta : [pp. of sārajjati] impassioned; enamoured.

sārathi : [m.] a charioteer; a coachman; a driver. || sārathī (m.) a charioteer; a coachman; a driver.

sāradika : [adj.] autumnal.

sāraddha : [adj.] passionate; warm.

sāramaya : [adj.] made of hard wood.

sārameya : [m.] a dog.

sārambha : [m.] impetuosity; anger; involving danger to living beings.

sāravantu : [adj.] valuable; having kernel or pith.

sārasūci : [f.] a needle made of hard wood.

sārānīya : [adj.] what should be reminded.

sāribā : [f.] the Sarsaparilla plant.

sārīrika : [adj.] connected with the body.

sāruppa : [adj.] fit; suitable; proper.

sāretabba : [pt.p. of sāreti] reminding; leading.

sāreti : [sar + e] reminds; leads; makes move along.

sāretvā : [abs. of sāreti] having reminded; having made move along.

sāresi : [aor. of sāreti] reminded; led; made move along.

sāla : [m.] brother-in-law; a Sal tree. || sālā (f.) a hall; a shed.

sālaya : [adj.] having attachment.

sālarukkha : [m.] the tree Shorea Robusta.

sālalaṭṭhi : [f.] a young Sal tree.

sālavana : [nt.] a Sal grove.

sālākiya : [nt.] ophthalmology.

sāli : [m.] a good kind of rice.

sālikā : [f.] a myna-bird.

sālikkhetta : [nt.] a rice-field.

sāligabbha : [m.] ripening young rice.

sālittakasippa : [nt.] the art of slinging stones.

sālibhatta : [nt.] boiled rice of Sāli.

sāluka : [nt.] the root of water-lily.

sālohita : [adj.] relation by blood.

sāḷava : [m.] a salad.

sāvaka : [m.] a hearer; a disciple.

sāvakatta : [nt.] the state of a disciple.

sāvakasaṅgha : [m.] the congregation of disciples.

sāvajja : [adj.] blameable; faulty; (nt.), what is censurable.

sāvajjatā : [f.] guilt; blamability.

sāvaṭṭa : [adj.] containing whirl-pools.

sāvatthī : [f.] name of the metropolis of the Kingdom of Kosala.

sāvayamāna : [pr.p. of sāveti] making hear; announcing.

sāvasesa : [adj.] incomplete; with a remainder.

sāvikā : [f.] a female disciple.

sāvita : [pp. of sāveti] made hear; announced; declared.

sāvetabba : [pt.p. of sāveti] should be announced.

sāveti : [su + e] makes hear; announces; declares.

sāvetu : [m.] one who announces.

sāvetvā : [abs. of sāveti] having made hear; having announced; having declared.

sāventa : [pr.p. of sāveti] making hear; announcing.

sāvesi : [aor. of sāveti] made hear; announced; declared.

sāsana : [nt.] teaching; order; message; doctrine; a letter.

sāsanakara : [adj.] complying with one's order or teaching.

sāsanakāraka : [adj.] complying with one's order or teaching.

sāsanakārī : [adj.] complying with one's order or teaching.

sāsanahara : [m.] a messenger.

sāsanāntaradhāna : [nt.] disappearance of the teaching of the Buddha.

sāsanāvacara : [(sāsana + avacara), adj.] observing the religious rules.

sāsanika : [adj.] connected with Buddhism.

sāsapa : [m.] a mustard seed.

sāsava : [adj.] connected with the depravities.

sāsita : [pp. of sāsati] taught; instructed; ruled.

sāhatthika : [adj.] done with one's own hand.

sāhasasika : [adj.] violent; savage.

sāhāra : [adj.] with the revenues.

sāhu : [ind.] good; well.

siṃsapāvana : [nt.] a grove of murraya exotica.

sikatā : [f.] sand.

sikkā : [f.] pingo-basket.

sikkhati : [sikkh + a] learns; trains oneself; practises.

sikkhana : [nt.] learning; training.

sikkhanta : [pr.p. of sikkhati] learning; training oneself.

sikkhamāna : [pr.p. of sikkhati] learning; training oneself. || sikkhamānā (f.), a female novice undergoing a probationary course.

sikkhā : [f.] study; discipline.

sikkhākāma : [adj.] anxious to observe religious rules.

sikkhākāmatā : [f.] anxiety for discipline.

sikkhāpaka : [m.] a teacher; trainer.

sikkhāpada : [nt.] a precept; a religious rule.

sikkhāpana : [nt.] teaching; instruction.

sikkhāpanaka : [m.] a teacher; trainer.

sikkhāsamādāna : [nt.] taking the precepts upon oneself.

sikkhi : [aor. of sikkhati] learnt; trained oneself; practised.

sikkhita : [pp. of sikkhati] learnt; trained oneself; practised.

sikkhitabba : [pt.p. of sikkhati] should be learnt; should be practised.

sikkhitvā : [abs. of sikkhati] having learnt; having trained oneself; having practised.

sikhaṇḍa : [m.] the crest of a peacock.

sikhaṇḍī : [m.] a peacock.

sikhara : [nt.] the top; summit; peak of a mountain.

sikharī : [m.] a mountain.

sikhā : [f.] crest; top-knot; a flame.

sikhī : [m.] fire; peacock.

sigāla : [m.] a jackal.

sigālaka : [nt.] a jackal's howl.

siggu : [m.] the horse radish tree.

siṅga : [nt.] a horn.

siṅgāra : [m.] erotic sentiment.

siṅgivera : [nt.] ginger.

siṅgī : [adj.] possessing horns. (nt.), gold.

siṅgīnada : [nt.] gold.

siṅgīvaṇṇa : [nt.] gold.

siṅghati : [siṅgh + a] sniffs; smells.

siṅghāṭaka : [m.; nt.] anything of the shape of a cross; a place where four roads meet.

siṅghāṇikā : [f.] mucus of the nose; snot.

siṅghi : [aor. of siṅghati] sniffed; smelled.

siṅghitvā : [abs. of siṅghati] having sniffed; having smelled.

sijjhati : [sidh + ya] happens; succeeds; avails.

sijjhana : [nt.] happening; success.

sijjhi : [aor. of sijjhati] happened; succeeded; availed.

siñcaka : [adj.] one who waters or sprinkles.

siñcakacana : [nt.] sprinkling.

siñcati : [sic + ṃ + a] pours; sprinkles.

siñcamāna : [pr.p. of siñcati] pouring; sprinkling.

siñcāpeti : [caus. of siñcati] causes to pour; causes to sprinkle.

siñci : [aor. of siñcati] poured; sprinkled.

siñcita : [pp. of siñcati] poured; sprinkled.

siñcitvā : [abs. of siñcati] having poured; having sprinkled.

sita : [adj.] 1. white; 2. depending on; attached. (nt.), a smile. || sīta (adj.), cool; cold. (nt.) coolness; cold. sītā (f.) a furrow.

sitta : [pp. of siñcati] poured; sprinkled.

sittha : [nt.] wax; a grain of boiled rice.

sitthaka : [nt.] bees-wax.

sitthāvakāraka : [adv.] scattering boiled rice all over.

sithila : [adj.] loose; lax; yielding.

sithilatta : [nt.] looseness.

sithilabhāva : [nt.] looseness.

siddha : [pp. of sijjhati] happened; succeeded; availed.

siddhattha : [adj.] one who has accomplished his task. (m.), the mustard. (adj.), a semi-divine being; a magician.

siddhatthaka : [nt.] mustard seed.

siddhi : [f.] accomplishment; success.

sināna : [nt.] bathing; bath.

siniddha : [adj.] smooth; glossy; pliable; soft; loving.

sinimmita : [adj.] well erected.

sineha : [m.] affection; love; oil; fat.

sinehana : [nt.] oiling.

sinehabindu : [nt.] a drop of oil.

sineheti : [deno. from sineha] loves; smears with oil.

sindī : [f.] the date palm.

sindūra : [m.] red arsenic.

sindhava : [adj.] belonging to Sindh; (m.), rock salt; a Sindh horse.

sindhu : [m.] ocean; a river.

sindhuraṭṭha : [nt.] the country of Sindh.

sindhusaṅgama : [m.] the mouth or confluence of a river.

sipāṭikā : [f.] the pericap; a small case.

sippa : [nt.] art; craft.

sippaṭṭhāna : [nt.] a branch of knowledge; a craft.

sippaṭṭhāyatana : [nt.] a branch of knowledge; a craft.

sippasālā : [f.] a school (for arts).

sippika : [m.] an artist; a craftsman. || sippikā (f.), an oyster.

sippī : [m.] an artist; a craftsman.

sibbati : [siv + ya] stitches; sews.

sibbana : [nt.] sewing.

sibbanī : [f.] seamstress; craving.

sibbanīmagga : [m.] the suture.

sibbāpeti : [caus. of sibbati] causes to stithe.

sibbi : [aor. of sibbati] stitched; sewed.

sibbita : [pp. of sibbati] stitched; sewed. (pp. of sibbeti), sewed.

sibbitvā : [abs. of sibbati] having stitched; having sewed.

sibbeti : [siv + e] sews.

sibbetvā : [abs. of sibbeti] having sewed.

sibbenta : [pr.p. of sibbeti] sewing.

sibbesi : [aor. of sibbeti] sewed.

simbalī : [m.] the silk-cotton tree.

sira : [m.; nt.] (mano-group) the head. || sirā (f.) a tendon; vein.

siri : [f.] luck; glory; wealth; splendour; the goddess of luck. || sirī (f.), luck; glory; wealth; splendour; the goddess of luck.

siriṃsapa : [m.] artisan.

sirigabbha : [m.] the bedroom of a noble person; the royal bed chamber.

sirindhara : [adj.] glorious.

sirimantu : [adj.] glorious.

sirivāsa : [adj.] glorious.

sirisayana : [nt.] the royal bed; state couch.

sirīsa : [m.] the tree Acacia Sirissa.

siro : is the form taken by sira in cpds.

sirojāla : [adj.] veil for the head.

siromaṇi : [m.] a diadem; a jewelled crest.

siroruha : [m.; nt.] hair.

siroveṭhana : [nt.] a turban.

silā : [f.] a stone. || sīla (nt.) nature; habit; moral practice; code of morality.

silāguḷa : [m.] a ball of stone.

silāghati : [silāgh + a] extols; boasts.

silāghi : [aor. of silāghati] extolled; boasted.

silātthambha : [m.] a stone pillar.

silāpaṭṭa : [nt.] a slab of stone.

silāpākāra : [m.] a stone wall.

silāmaya : [adj.] made of stone. || sīlamaya (adj.), connected with morality.

siliṭṭha : [adj.] smooth.

siliṭṭhatā : [f.] smoothness.

siluccaya : [m.] a rock.

silutta : [m.] rat-snake.

silesa : [m.] 1. a riddle; a rhetoric figure; 2. an adhesive substance.

silesuma : [m.] the phlegm.

siloka : [m.] 1. fame; 2. a verse.

siva : [adj.] sheltering; safe. (m.), the God Siva. (nt.), a safe place; the Nirvāna.

sivikā : [f.] a palanquin; a litter.

sisira : [m.] the winter; cold season. (adj.), cool.

sissa : [m.] a pupil; a student.

sīgha : [adj.] quick; rapid; swift.

sīgha : [adv.] quickly; swiftly.

sīghagāmī : [adj.] going or moving quickly.

sīghatara : [adv.] very soon; more quickly.

sīghasīgha : [adv.] very quickly; hastily.

sīghasota : [adj.] having a running stream.

sītabhīruka : [adj.] susceptible of cold.

sītala : [adj.] cool; cold. (nt.), coolness; cold.

sītibhāva : [m.] coolness; calm.

sītibhūta : [pp.] calmed; tranquillised.

sītodaka : [nt.] cool water.

sīdati : [sad + a] sinks; subsides; yields.

sīdana : [nt.] sinking.

sīdamāna : [pr.p. of sīdati] sinking; subsiding.

sīdi : [aor. of sīdati] sank; subsided; yielded.

sīditvā : [abs. of sīdati] having sank; having subsided; having yielded.

sīna : [pp. of sīdati] sunk; subsided; yielded.

sīpada : [nt.] elephantiasis (of the leg).

sīmaṭṭha : [adj.] situated within or on the boundary.

sīmantinī : [f.] a woman.

sīmā : [f.] a boundary; a limit; a chapter house for Buddhist monks.

sīmākata : [adj.] limited.

sīmātiga : [adj.] gone over the limits.

sīmāsamugghāta : [m.] abolishing of a former boundary.

sīmāsammuti : [f.] fixing of a new boundary; convention of a chapter house.

sīlakathā : [f.] exposition of the duties of morality.

sīlakkhandha : [m.] all that belongs to moral practices.

sīlagandha : [m.] the fragrance (=fame) of the good works.

sīlana : [nt.] practising; restraining.

sīlabbata : [nt.] ceremonial observances.

sīlabheda : [m.] breach of morality.

sīlavata : [nt.] ceremonial observances.

sīlavatta : [nt.] virtue and good action.

sīlavantu : [adj.] virtuous; observing the moral practices.

sīlavipatti : [f.] moral transgression.

sīlavipanna : [adj.] one who has trespassed the moral precepts.

sīlasampatti : [f.] accomplishment of morals.

sīlasampanna : [adj.] observing the moral precepts.

sīlika : [adj.] (in cpds.), having the nature of.

sīlī : [adj.] (in cpds.), having the nature of.

sīvathikā : [f.] a place where the dead bodies are thrown to rot away.

sīsa : [nt.] the head; the highest point; an ear of corn; heading of an article; the lead.

sīsakaṭāha : [m.] the skull.

sīsakapāla : [m.] the skull.

sīsacchadana : [nt.] decapitation.

sīsacchavi : [f.] the skin of the head.

sīsacchejja : [adj.] resulting in decapitation.

sīsaparamparā : [f.] changing form one's head to another's in carrying a burden.

sīsappaccālana : [nt.] swaying of the head.

sīsaveṭhana : [nt.] a turban; a head-wrap.

sīsābādha : [(sīsa + ābādha), m.] disease of the head.

sīha : [m.] a lion.

sīhacamma : [nt.] lion's hide.

sīhanāda : [m.] lion's roar; a brave speech.

sīhanādika : [adj.] one who utters a lion's roar.

sīhanu : [adj.] having a jaw like that of a lion.

sīhapañjara : [m.] a lion's cage; a kind of window.

sīhapotaka : [m.] a young lion.

sīhaḷa : [adj.] belonging to Ceylon; (m.), a Sinhalese.

sīhaḷadīpa : [m.] the island of Ceylon.

sīhaḷabhāsā : [f.] the Sinhalese language.

sīhavikkīḷita : [nt.] lion's play.

sīhaseyyā : [f.] lying on the right side.

sīhassara : [adj.] having a voice like a lion.

su : [prep.] expressing the notion of: well, happily and thorough.

suka : [m.] a parrot. || sūka (m.), awn of barley, etc.

sukata : [adj.] well done. (nt.), meritorious act. || sukaṭa (adj.) well done. (nt.) meritorious act.

sukatī : [adj.] righteous.

sukara : [adj.] easy; easily done. || sūkara (m.), a pig; a hog.

sukumāra : [adj.] delicate.

sukumāratā : [f.] delicateness.

sukusala : [adj.] very skilful.

sukka : [adj.] white; pure; good; bright. (nt.), virtue.

sukkapakkha : [m.] the bright half of a month.

sukkha : [(pp. of sussati), adj.] dry.

sukkhati : [sukkh + a] to be dried up.

sukkhana : [nt.] sukkhāpana

sukkhamāna : [pr.p. of sukkhati] drying up.

sukkhāpana : [nt.] making dry.

sukkhāpita : [pp. of sukkhāpeti] made dry.

sukkhāpeti : [caus. of sukkhati] makes dry.

sukkhāpetvā : [abs. of sukkhāpeti] having made dry.

sukkhāpesi : [aor. of sukkhāpeti] made dry.

sukkhi : [aor. of sukkhati] dried up.

sukkhitvā : [abs. of sukkhati] having dried up.

sukha : [nt.] happiness; comfort.

sukha : [adv.] easily; comfortably.

sukhakāma : [adj.] longing for happiness.

sukhatthika : [adj.] longing for happiness.

sukhatthī : [adj.] longing for happiness.

sukhada : [adj.] producing happiness.

sukhanisinna : [adj.] comfortably seated.

sukhapaṭisaṃvedī : [adj.] experiencing happiness.

sukhappatta : [adj.] happy.

sukhabhāgiya : [adj.] participating in happiness.

sukhayānaka : [nt.] an easy-going cart.

sukhavipāka : [adj.] resulting in happiness.

sukhaviharaṇa : [nt.] comfortable living.

sukhasaṃvāsa : [m.] pleasant to associate with.

sukhasamphassa : [adj.] pleasant to touch.

sukhasammata : [adj.] deemed a pleasure.

sukhāyati : [deno. from sukha] is comfortable or happy.

sukhāvaha : [adj.] bringing happiness; conveying happiness.

sukhita : [pp. of sukheti] was happy; blest; was glad.

sukhī : [m.] see the above.

sukhuma : [adj.] subtle; minute; fine; exquisite.

sukhumatara : [adj.] very fine or subtle.

sukhumatā : [f.] fineness; delicacy.

sukhumatta : [nt.] fineness; delicacy.

sukhumāla : [adj.] tender; delicate; refined.

sukhumālatā : [f.] delicate constitution.

sukheti : [su + khan + e] makes happy.

sukhedhita : [adj.] delicately nurtured. || sukhesī (m.), looking for pleasure.

sukhesi : [aor. of sukheti] made happy.

sugata : [adj.] faring well; happy. (m.), the Buddha.

sugatālaya : [m.] dwelling place of the Buddha; imitation of the Buddha.

sugati : [f.] a happy state. || sugatī (adj.) righteous.

sugandha : [m.] fragrance; pleasant odour. (adj.), fragrant.

sugandhika : [adj.] fragrant.

sugandhī : [adj.] fragrant.

sugahana : [nt.] a good grip.

sugutta : [pp.] well guarded or protected.

sugopita : [pp.] well guarded or protected.

suggahita : [adj.] 1. grasped tightly; 2. well learnt; attentive.

suṅka : [m.] toll; tax.

suṅkaṭṭhāna : [nt.] taxing place; customs house.

suṅkika : [m.] a collector of taxes.

suṅghāta : [m.] evasion of customs duties.

sucarita : [nt.] right conduct.

sucāru : [adj.] extremely charming.

sucārurūpa : [adj.] very handsome.

suci : [adj.] pure; clean. (nt.), goodness; a pure thing. || sūci (f.), a needle; a hairpin; a small door-bolt.

sucikamma : [adj.] whose actions are pure.

sucigandha : [adj.] having a sweet smell.

sucigavesī : [adj.] seeking what is pure.

sucijātika : [adj.] liking cleanliness.

sucitta : [adj.] much variegated; well painted.

sucittita : [adj.] much variegated; well painted.

sucivasana : [adj.] having a clean dress.

succhanna : [adj.] well covered or thatched.

sujana : [m.] a virtuous man.

sujā : [f.] 1. the sacrificial ladle. 2. name of Sakka's wife.

sujāta : [pp.] well born; of good birth.

sujjhati : [sudh + ya] becomes clean or pure.

sujjhamāna : [pr.p. of sujjhati] becoming clean or pure.

sujjhi : [aor. of sujjhati] became clean or pure.

sujjhitvā : [abs. of sujjhati] having become clean or pure.

suñña : [adj.] empty; void.

suññagāma : [m.] a deserted village.

suññagāra : [nt.] an empty place.

suññatā : [f.] emptiness.

suṭṭhu : [ind.] well.

suṭṭhutā : [f.] excellence.

suṇa : [m.] a dog.

suṇanta : [pr.p. of suṇāti] hearing.

suṇamāna : [pr.p. of suṇāti] hearing.

suṇāti : [su + ṇā] hears.

suṇi : [aor. of suṇāti] heard.

suṇitabba : [pt.p. of suṇāti] should be heard.

suṇitu : [inf. of suṇāti] to hear.

suṇitvā : [abs. of suṇāti] having heard.

suṇisā : [f.] a daughter-in-law.

suta : [pp. of suṇāti] heard. (nt.), the sacred lore; learning; that which is hear. (m.), a son. || sūta (m.) charioteer.

sutadhara : remembering what has been learnt or heard. || sutādhāra = holding (i.e. keeping in mind, preserving) the sacred leaning.

sutanu : [adj.] having a handsome body or a slender waist.

sutappaya : [adj.] easily satisfied.

sutavantu : [adj.] learned.

suti : [f.] hearing; tradition; rumour; the Vedas.

sutihīna : [adj.] deaf.

sutta : [pp. of supati] slept; dormant; asleep. (nt.), a thread; a string; a discourse; an aphorism.

suttakantana : [nt.] spinning.

suttakāra : [m.] a composer of grammatical aphorisms.

suttaguḷa : [nt.] a ball of string.

suttata : [pp.] much heated.

suttanta : [m.; nt.] a discourse.

suttantika : [adj.] one who has learnt a portion or the whole of the Suttapiṭaka.

suttapiṭaka : [nt.] the portion of the Buddhist Scriptures containing discourses.

suttappabuddha : [adj.] awaken from sleep.

suttamaya : [adj.] made of threads.

sutti : [f.] a pearl oyster.

sutvā : [abs. of suṇāti] having heard.

suda : [adj.] pleonestic particle.

sudanta : [adj.] well tamed.

sudassa : [adj.] easily seen.

sudassana : [adj.] having a good appearance.

sudiṭṭha : [adj.] well seen.

sudinna : [adj.] well given.

sudukkara : [adj.] very difficult to do.

suduttara : [adj.] very difficult to escape from.

sududdasa : [adj.] very difficult do see.

sudubbala : [adj.] very weak.

sudullabha : [adj.] very difficult to obtain.

sudesita : [adj.] well preached.

sudda : [m.] a person of the Sūdra caste. (adj.), clean; pure; unmixed; simple.

suddha : [pp. of sujjhati] become clean or pure.

suddhatā : [f.] purity.

suddhatta : [nt.] purity.

suddhājīva : [adj.] living a pure life; (m.), clean livelihood.

suddhāvāsa : [m.] the pure abode (in Brahma heaven).

suddhāvāsika : [adj.] living in the Pure Abode.

suddhi : [f.] purity; purification.

suddhimagga : [m.] the path of purification.

sudhanta : [pp.] well blown or purified.

sudhammatā : [f.] good nature.

sudhā : [f.] the embrosia; lime; chunnam.

sudhākamma : [nt.] white-washing; coating with cement or plaster.

sudhākara : [m.] the moon.

sudhī : [m.] a wise man.

sudhota : [pp.] well washed; thoroughly clean.

sunakha : [m.] a dog.

sunakhī : [f.] a bitch.

sunahāta : [pp.] well bathed.

sunikantaṃ-nikanta : [adj.] well scraped.

sunisita : [pp.] well whetted or sharpened.

sundara : [adj.] good; nice; beautiful.

sundaratara : [adj.] better; more beautiful.

supakka : [adj.] thoroughly ripe.

supaṭipanna : [adj.] entered upon the right path.

supaṇṇa : [m.] a kind of fairy bird.

supati : [sup + a] sleeps.

supanta : [pr.p. of supati] sleeping.

suparikammakata : [adj.] well prepared or polished.

suparihīna : [adj.] thoroughly bereft; much emaciated.

supi : [aor. of supati] slept.

supitvā : [abs. of supati] having slept.

supina : [nt.] a dream.

supinaka : [nt.] a dream.

supinanta : [nt.] a dream.

supinapāṭhaka : [m.] a dream-teller.

supupphita : [adj.] covered with flowers; fully blown.

supothita : [pp.] thoroughly beaten. || supoṭhita (pp. of ?) thoroughly beaten.

suppa : [m.; nt.] a winnowing basket.

suppaṭividdha : [pp.] thoroughly understood.

suppatiṭṭhita : [pp.] firmly established.

suppatīta : [adj.] well pleased.

suppadhaṃsiya : [adj.] easily assaulted or overwhelmed.

suppabhāta : [nt.] a good day-break; good morning.

suppavedita : [adj.] well preached.

suppasanna : [adj.] very clear; very pleased; full of faith.

suphassita : [adj.] well fitted.

subahu : [adj.] very many.

subbaca : [adj.] obedient; meek; compliant.

subbata : [adj.] of good conduct.

subbuṭṭhi : [f.] abundant rainfall.

subha : [adj.] lucky; auspicious; pleasant. (nt.), welfare; beauty. || suṇhā (f.), a daughter-in-law.

subhakiṇṇa : [m.] the lustrous devas.

subhaga : [adj.] lucky; fortunate.

subhanimitta : [nt.] an auspicious sign; a beautiful object.

subhara : [adj.] easily supported of food.

subhikkha : [adj.] having plenty of food.

sumati : [m.] a wise man.

sumana : [adj.] glad. || sumanā (f.), jasmine; a glad woman.

sumanapuppha : [nt.] jasmine flower.

sumanamakula : [nt.] a jasmine bud.

sumanamālā : [f.] a garland of jasmine.

sumanohara : [adj.] very charming.

sumānasa : [adj.] joyful.

sumāpita : [pp.] well built.

sumukha : [adj.] of good features.

sumutta : [pp.] well released.

sumedha : [adj.] wise.

sumedhasa : [adj.] wise.

suyiṭṭha : [adj.] well sacrificed.

suyutta : [adj.] well arranged or suited.

suyyati : [v.] is heard.

sura : [m.] a god; deity. || surā (f.) intoxicating liquor. sūra (adj.) valiant; courageous. (m.) a hero; the sun.

surata : [adj.] well-loving; devoted; attached. || sūratā (f.), valour.

suratta : [adj.] well dyed; very red.

suranadī : [f.] the celestial river.

suranātha : [m.] the king of devas.

surapatha : [m.] the sky.

surabhi : [adj.] fragrant.

surabhigandha : [m.] fragrance.

suraripu : [m.] the enemy of gods, i.e. an Asura.

surāghaṭa : [m.] a pitcher of liquor.

surāchaṇa : [m.] a drinking festival.

surāḍaka : [adj.] addicted to strong drinks. (m.), a drunkard.

surādhutta : [m.] a drunkard.

surāpāna : [nt.] drinking of strong liquor; a strong drink.

surāpāyikā : [f.] a drunkard woman.

surāpīta : [adj.] one who has drunk.

surāmada : [m.] tipsiness.

surāmeraya : [nt.] rum and spirits.

surāsoṇḍa : [adj.] addicted to strong drinks. (m.), a drunkard.

suriya : [m.] the sun. || sūriya (m.), the sun.

suriya-uggamana : [nt.] the sun-rise.

suriyaggāha : [m.] eclipse of the sun.

suriyatthaṅgama : [m.] the sun-set.

suriyamaṇḍala : [nt.] the orb of the sun.

suriyaraṃsi : [f.] rays of the sun.

suriyarasmi : [f.] rays of the sun.

suriyuggama : [m.] sunrise.

suruṅgā : [f.] a prison.

surusurukāraka : [adv.] making a hissing sound while eating.

surūpa : [adj.] handsome.

surūpinī : [f.] handsome.

surūpī : [adj.] handsome.

suladdha : [adj.] well gained.

sulabha : easy to be obtained.

suva : [m.] a parrot.

suvaca : [adj.] obedient; meek; compliant.

suvaṇṇa : [nt.] gold. (adj.), of good colour; beautiful.

suvaṇṇakaṭāha : [m.] golden cauldron.

suvaṇṇakāra : [m.] a goldsmith.

suvaṇṇagabbha : [m.] a safe room for gold.

suvaṇṇaguhā : [f.] a golden cave.

suvaṇṇadaṇḍa : [adj.] having a golden handle.

suvaṇṇapaṭṭa : [nt.] a golden (writing) slab.

suvaṇṇapīṭhaka : [nt.] a golden chair.

suvaṇṇabhiṅkāra : [m.] a golden pitcher.

suvaṇṇamaya : [adj.] made of gold.

suvaṇṇavaṇṇa : [adj.] gold-coloured.

suvaṇṇahaṃsa : [m.] golden swan.

suvatthi : [su + atthi] hail!

suvammita : [pp.] well harnessed or armoured.

suvavatthāpita : [adj.] well defined or ascertained.

suvāṇa : [m.] a dog.

suvāṇadoṇi : [f.] a dogs' trough.

suvijāna : [adj.] easily understood.

suviññāpaya : [adj.] easy to instruct.

suvibhatta : [pp.] well divided or arranged.

suvimhita : [pp.] much astonished.

suvilitta : [pp.] well perfumed.

suvisada : [adj.] very clear.

suvuṭṭhika : [adj.] having abundant rain.

suve : [adv.] tomorrow.

susaṅkhata : [pp.] well prepared.

susaññata : [adj.] thoroughly restrained.

susaṇṭhāna : [adj.] having a good design; well featured.

susamāraddha : [pp.] thoroughly undertaken.

susamāhita : [pp.] well grounded; well restrained.

susāna : [nt.] cemetery.

susānagopaka : [m.] a cemetery-keeper.

susikkhita : [pp.] well-trained; thoroughly learnt.

susira : [nt.] a hollow. (adj.), perforated; having a hole.

susīla : [adj.] virtuous.

susu : [m.] a young one; a boy. (adj.), young.

susukā : [f.] a kind of fish.

susukka : [adj.] very white.

susuddha : [adj.] very clean.

sussati : [sus + ya] withers; to be dried.

sussamāna : [pr.p. of sussati] withering.

sussaratā : [f.] the fact of having a sweet voice.

sussi : [aor. of sussati] withered.

sussitvā : [abs. of sussati] having withered.

sussūsati : [su + sa; su is doubled and the second u is lengthened] listens.

sussūsā : [f.] wish to hear; obedience.

sussūsi : [aor. of sussūsati] listened.

suhajja : [nt.] amity; friendship.

suhada : [m.] a friend.

suhita : [adj.] satisfied.

sūkarapotaka : [m.] the young of a pig.

sūkaramaṃsa : [nt.] pork.

sūkarika : [m.] a dealer in swine; pork-butcher.

sūcaka : [adj.] indicating; one who indicates or informs.

sūcana : [nt.] indication.

sūcikā : [f.] a bolt; a table of contents.

sūcikāra : [m.] a needle-maker.

sūcighaṭikā : [f.] a bolt-holder.

sūcighara : [nt.] a needle case.

sūcimukha : [m.] a mosquito.

sūciloma : [adj.] having hair like needles.

sūcivijjhana : [nt.] an awl.

sūju : [adj.] upright.

sūtighara : [nt.] lying-in-chamber.

sūda : [m.] a cook.

sūdaka : [m.] a cook.

sūna : [adj.] swollen. || sūnā (f.), a butcher's block.

sūnāghara : [nt.] slaughter house.

sūnu : [m.] a son.

sūpa : [m.] curry.

sūpatittha : [su + upa + tittha] with beautiful fords.

sūpadhārita : [pp.] well considered.

sūparasa : [m.] taste of curry.

sūpika : [m.] a cook.

sūpeyya : [adj.] suitable for curry.

sūpeyyapaṇṇa : [nt.] curry leaf.

sūyati : [pass. of suṇāti] is heard.

sūyamāna : [pr.p. of sūyati] hearing.

sūrabhāva : [m.] valour.

sūla : [nt.] stake; pike.

sūlāropaṇa : [nt.] impalement.

seka : [m.] sprinkling.

sekkha : [m.] a learner; one who is in the course of perfection.

sekha : [m.] a learner; one who is in the course of perfection.

sekhara : [nt.] a garland for the crest.

sekhiya : [adj.] connected with training.

secana : [nt.] sprinkling.

seṭṭhatara : [adj.] more excellent.

seṭṭhasammata : [adj.] considered the best.

seṭṭhāna : [nt.] the position of a seṭṭhi.

seṭṭhi : [m.] a millionaire. || seṭṭhī (m.) a millionaire.

seṭṭhijāya : [f.] a millionaire's wife.

seṭṭhibhariyā : [f.] a millionaire's wife.

seṇi : [f.] a guild.

seṇiya : [m.] a guild-master.

seta : [adj.] white; pure. (m.), the white colour.

setakuṭṭha : [nt.] white leprosy.

setacchatta : [nt.] a white parasol, which is an emblem of royalty.

setaṭṭhikā : [f.] the mildew.

setapacchāda : [adj.] with white covering.

setavyā : [f.] name of a town.

seti : [si + a] sleeps.

setu : [m.] a bridge.

settha : [aor.] I slept. || seṭṭha (adj.), foremost; excellent.

seda : [m.] sweat; perspiration.

sedaka : [adj.] sweating; transpiring.

sedana : [nt.] boiling by steam.

sedāvakkhitta : [adj.] sweat-covered.

sedita : [pp. of sedeti] caused to transpire; steamed, seethed.

sedeti : [sid + e] causes to transpire; steams, seethes.

sedetvā : [abs. of sedeti] having caused to transpire.

sedesi : [aor. of sedeti] caused to transpire; steamed, seethed.

sena : [m.] a hawk. || senā (f.) an army.

senaka : [m.] a hawk.

senānī : [m.] a general.

senāpacca : [nt.] the office of a general.

senāpati : [m.] a general.

senābyūha : [m.] an array of troops.

senāyaka : [m.] a general.

senāsana : [nt.] lodging; sleeping place.

senāsanagāhāpaka : [m.] one who allots lodging places.

senāsanacārikā : [f.] wandering from lodging to lodging.

senāsanapaññāpaka : [m.] regulator of lodging-places.

senta : [pr.p. of seti] sleeping.

sephālikā : [f.] a plant producing fragrant flowers.

semāna : [pr.p. of seti] sleeping.

semānaka : [adj.] lying down.

semha : [nt.] phlegm.

semhika : [adj.] a man of phlegmatic humour.

seyya : [adj.] better; excellent. || seyyā (f.) a bed; bedding; sleep.

seyyathāpi : [ind.] just as.

seyyathīda : [ind.] as follows.

seyyo : [ind.] it is better.

sericārī : [adj.] acting according to one's liking.

seritā : [f.] independence; freedom.

serivihārī : [adj.] living at one's own choice.

sela : [m.] a rock; stone.

selamaya : [adj.] made of stone.

seleyya : [nt.] gum benjamin.

sevaka : [m.] a servant; an attendant. (adj.), serving; associating.

sevati : [sev + a] serves; associates with; makes use of; practises.

sevana : [nt.] 1. āssociation with; 2. service. 3. use of. || sevanā (f.) 1. āssociation with; 2. service. 3. use of.

sevanta : [pr.p. of sevati] serving; associating with.

sevamāna : [pr.p. of sevati] serving; associating with.

sevā : [f.] service.

sevāla : [m.] moss; slime; the aquatic plant Vallisnaria Octandra.

sevi : [aor. of sevati] served; associated with; made use of; practised.

sevita : [pp. of sevati] served; associated with; made use of; practised.

sevitabba : [pt.p. of sevati] should be served.

sevitvā : [abs. of sevati] having served.

sesa : [adj.] remaining; left.

sesita : [pp. of seseti] leaved over.

seseti : [sis + e] leaves over.

sesetvā : [abs. of seseti] having leaved over.

sesesi : [aor. of seseti] leaved over.

sessa : [v.] I will sleep.

so : [(nom. sin. of ta), m.] he.

soka : [m.] grief; sorrow.

sokaggi : [m.] the fire of sorrow.

sokapareta : [adj.] overcome with grief.

sokavinodana : [nt.] dispelling grief.

sokasalla : [nt.] the dart of sorrow.

sokāpahata : [adj.] tormented by grief.

sokī : [adj.] sorrowful.

sokhumma : [nt.] fineness.

sokhya : [nt.] health; happiness.

sogandhika : [nt.] the white water-lily.

socati : [suc + a] mourns; grieves.

socanā : [f.] sorrowing.

socanta : [pr.p. of socati] mourning; grieving.

socamāna : [pr.p. of socati] mourning; grieving.

soci : [aor. of socati] mourned; grieved.

socita : [pp. of socati] mourned; grieved.

socitabba : [pt.p. of socati] should be grieved.

socitu : [inf. of socati] to mourn; to grieve.

socitvā : [abs. of socati] having mourned.

soceyya : [nt.] purity.

soṇa : [m.] a dog.

soṇita : [nt.] blood.

soṇī : [f.] a bitch; the waist.

soṇḍa : [adj.] addicted to. || soṇḍā (f.) an elephant's trunk; a woman addicted to drink, etc.

soṇḍaka : [adj.] addicted to.

soṇḍikā : [f.] a natural tank in a rock.

soṇḍī : [f.] a natural tank in a rock.

soṇṇa : [nt.] gold.

soṇṇamaya : [adj.] made of gold.

soṇṇamālā : [f.] golden wreath.

soṇṇavālukā : [f.] golden sand.

sota : [nt.] the ear. (m.), a stream; torrent; flood.

sotadvāra : [nt.] the auditory sensation.

sotabila : [nt.] the orifice of the ear.

sotabba : [pt.p. of suṇāti] should be heard.

sotavantu : [adj.] one who has ears.

sotaviññāṇa : [nt.] auditory cognition.

sotaviññeya : [adj.] cognisable by hearing.

sotāpatti : [f.] entering upon the Noble Path.

sotāpattiphala : [nt.] the fruit of entering the Stream.

sotāpanna : [adj.] one who has entered the stream of Path.

sotāyatana : [nt.] the sense of hearing.

sotindriya : [nt.] the faculty of hearing.

sotu : [m.] hearer.

sotu : [inf. of suṇāti] to hear.

sotukāma : [adj.] willing to hear.

sotthi : [f.] well-being; safety; blessing.

sotthikamma : [nt.] blessing.

sotthibhāva : [m.] safety.

sotthisālā : [f.] a hospital; a sanatorium.

sodaka : [adj.] wet; dripping.

sodariya : [adj.] born of the same mother.

sodhaka : [adj.] one who cleanses, corrects, or purifies.

sodhana : [nt.] cleansing; correcting.

sodhayamāna : [pr.p. of sodheti] making clean; purifying.

sodhāpita : [pp. of sodhāpeti] caused to clean or correct.

sodhāpeti : [caus. of sodheti] causes to clean or correct.

sodhāpetvā : [abs. of sodhāpeti] having caused to clean or correct.

sodhāpesi : [aor. of sodhāpeti] caused to clean or correct.

sodhita : [pp. of sodheti] made clean; purified.

sodhetabba : [pt.p. of sodheti] should be clean.

sodheti : [sudh + e] makes clean; purifies; corrects; clears a debt.

sodhetvā : [abs. of sodheti] having purified.

sodhenta : [pr.p. of sodheti] making clean; purifying.

sodhesi : [aor. of sodheti] made clean; purified.

sopāka : [m.] an outcast; a low-caste man; a dog-eater

sopāna : [m.; nt.] stairs; a ladder.

sopānapanti : [f.] a flight of steps.

sopānapāda : [m.] the foot of the steps.

sopānaphalaka : [nt.] a step of a staircase.

sopānasīsa : [nt.] a step of a staircase.

soppa : [nt.] sleep.

sobbha : [nt.] a pit; a pool of water.

sobhagga : [nt.] splendour; beauty.

sobhaggappatta : [adj.] endowed with beauty or splendour.

sobhaṇa : [adj.] shining; beautiful.

sobhati : [subh + a] shines; to be splendid; looks beautiful.

sobhana : [adj.] shining; beautiful.

sobhanta : [pr.p. of sobhati] shining.

sobhamāna : [pr.p. of sobhati] shining.

sobhā : [f.] splendour; beauty.

sobhi : [aor. of sobhati] shone; looked beautiful.

sobhita : [pp. of sobhati] shone; looked beautiful. (pp. of sobheti), made resplendent; adorned.

sobhitvā : [abs. of sobhati] having shone.

sobheti : [caus. of sobhati] makes resplendent; adorns.

sobhetvā : [abs. of sobheti] having made resplendent.

sobhenta : [pr.p. of sobheti] making resplendent.

sobhesi : [aor. of sobheti] made resplendent; adorned.

soma : [m.] the moon.

somanassa : [nt.] joy; delight; happiness.

somanassajāta : [adj.] joyful.

somma : [adj.] gentle; agreeable; pleasing.

soracca : [nt.] gentleness; meekness.

soḷasī : [f.] sixteenth.

sovaggika : [adj.] leading to heaven.

sovacassatā : [f.] suavity; obedience.

sovaṇṇa : [nt.] gold.

sovaṇṇamaya : [adj.] golden.

sovaṇṇaya : [adj.] golden.

sovatthika : [nt.] a savastika; a mark like S on the hood of a cobra.

sovīraka : [m.] sour gruel; vinegar.

sosa : [m.] drying up; consumption.

sosana : [nt.] causing to dry.

sosānika : [adj.] one who lives in a cemetery.

sosita : [pp. of soseti] caused to dry or wither.

soseti : [sus + e] causes to dry or wither.

sosetvā : [abs. of soseti] having caused to dry or wither.

sosenta : [pr.p. of soseti] causing to dry or wither.

sosesi : [aor. of soseti] caused to dry or wither.

sossati : [fut. of suṇāti] will listen.

sohajja : [n.] friendship.

sṃsuddhi : [f.] purity.

sneha : [m.] affection; love; oil; fat.

svākāra : [adj.] being of good disposition.

svākkhāta : [adj.] well preached.

svāgata : [adj.] welcome; learnt by heart.

svāgata : [adv.] welcome to you!

svātana : [adj.] relating to the morrow.

svātanāya : [dat.] for the morrow.

sve : [adv.] tomorrow.


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