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{hka.ya.wa.ya.}
«khayavaya»


«khayavaya»
- n. deterioration and extinction of passions, physical and mental phenomena, the aggregates of existence etc. 030-1

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{hka.loac~hsa Bût~ti.kïn~ga. Du.tïn~ga.}
«khalupacchābhattikaṅgadhutaṅga»


«khalupacchābhattikaṅgadhutaṅga»
- n. ascetic practice followed by a monk whereby additional food offerings are refused although it would not have contravened ordinances had he accepted. (This is done by taking a vow saying:- I reject the taking of additional helpings adopting the manner of one expert in the monastic code of conduct and undertake to observe the practice of a bird who does not carry a reserve of food with him.) See also dhutaṅga. 030-2

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hké-ma}
«khema»


«khema»
- n. end of strife; nirvana. 031-1

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{khít~ta.}
«khetta»


«khetta»
- n. extent of world of living beings; realm, province, domain, level of existence. The following are used in connexion with the Buddha :-
1. Jātikhetta
  - the extent of ten thousand cosmic systems (cakkavalā) which are convulsed by earthquakes marking the birth of Lord Gotama Buddha.
2. āṇākhetta
  - the extent of one hundred thousand cosmic systems over which the word of Buddha had spread;
3.  visayakhetta
  - the infinite number of cosmic systems over which the range of the Buddha's omniscience extends. 031-2

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{hkût~ti.ya.}
«khattiya»


«khattiya»
- n.
1. one belonging to the ruling class, the other three being Brāhmana, Vissa and Sudda.
2. duly conscecrated king; king of royal blood. 031-3

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{hkûn~ti.}
«khanti»


«khanti» 
- n. forbearance; patience. 031-4

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{hkûn~ti. pa-ra.mi}
«khantipāramī»


«khantipāramī»
- n. the striving for perfection of forbearance as a virtue. 031-5

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{hkûn~Da. pa.ri.naib~ba-na.}
«khandhaparinbbāna»


«khandhaparinbbāna»
- n. cessation of the five aggregates of existence achieved by Buddhas and saints arahat on fulfillment of nirvana; decease of a Buddha or saint arahat . 031-6

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{hkûn~Da.}
«khandha»


«khandha»
- n. aggregate of physical and mental phenomena
Constituted of the following:-
1. rupakkhandhā - aggregate of corporeality;
2. vedanakkhandhā - aggregate of feeling; 
3. saññakkhandhā - aggregate of perception; 
4. sakhārakkhandhā - aggregate of mental concomitants (excepting that of feeling and perception)
5. vĩññāṇakkhandhā - aggregate of consciousness. 032-1

 

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