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{ka}
 {ka-ya.}
{ka-ya.ka.}
{ka-ya.ga.}
{ka-ya.da.}
{ka-ya.Da.}
{ka-ya.pa.}
{ka-ya.ma.}

{ka-ya.la.}
{ka-ya.wa.}
{ka-ya.þa.}

UKT 140425: Most of the following entries are compounds, and I wish they could be broken up when compounding does not make sense. However, since I am just learning the Tipitaka, I am not yet ready to do it.

UKT notes :

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{ka}

{ka-ya.}

{ka-ya.}
«kāya»


«kāya»
- n. body; corporeal entity consisting of;
- 1. the physical organism made up of 32 constituent parts such as hair, body-hair, blood-cells etc;
- 2. the body, location of the sense organs;
- 3. psychomotor functions of the body.
-  MK-PED009-3

{sau:pa.na.} - UHS-PMD398

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{ka-ya.ka.}

{ka-ya.kûm~ma.}
«kāyakamma»


«kāyakamma»
- n. deed; act; action.
-  MK-PED009-4

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{ka-ya.kûm~miñ~ña.ta}
«kāyakammaññatā»


«kāyakammaññatā»
- n. moral consciousness resulting in adaptability and fitness of the mental concomitants for moral deeds.
- MK-PED009-5

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{ka-ya.ga.}

{ka-ya.ga.ta-þa.ti.}
«kāyagatāsati»


«kāyagatāsati»
- n. 1. mindfulness inherent in the 32 constituent parts of the body. 2. meditation exercise involving recitation and contemplation on the 32 parts of the body.
- MK-PED010-1

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{ka-ya.da.}

{ka-ya.da.þa.ka.}
«kāyadasaka»


«kāyadasaka»
- n. [A] decad of material qualities of the body comprising of the Four Great Essentials which are inseparable, form or appearance, odour, taste, nutritive essence or sap, sensory surface and vitality. (These are the result of karma from past existences.)
- MK-PED010-2

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{ka-ya.du.sa.ri.ta.}
«kāyaducarita»


«kāyaducarita»  
- n. immoral act; physical committed offense; (there are three kinds of immoral acts; - pāṇātipāta-killing; - adinnādāna-taking what has not been given and - kāmesumicchācāra-sexual misconduct)
- MK-PED010-3

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{ka-ya.dwa-ra.}
«kāyadvāra»


«kāyadvāra»
- n. sense organs through which various sensory stimuli are perceived.
- MK-PED010-4

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{ka-ya.dwa-ra.wi-hti.}
«kāyadvāravīthi»


«kāyadvāravīthi»
- n. consciousness process arising out of sensory receptors on contact with external stimuli. Also kāyaviññāṇavīthi.
- MK-PED011-1

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{ka-ya.dwa-ri.ka.sait~ta.}
«kāyadvārikacitta»


«kāyadvārikacitta» [UKT 140425: I have edited the layout of the following]
- n. [A] 46 kinds of consciousness occurring via the sensory receptors of the body; namely: -
• pañcadvāravajjana - five-door adverting consciousness, phase of mind in which the five sensory receptors turn toward the object  - 1 kind ;
• kāyaviññānācitta - phase of mind in which cognizance of presence of the object by the consciousness results from contact with the sensory surface - 2 kinds (of kāyaviññā citta enumerated at the proper entry);
• sampaṭicchana - receiving consciousness, phase of mind in which sensory receptors admits the external stimulus - 2 kinds ;
• santïraṇa - investigating consciousness, phase of mind in which the nature of external stimulus so received is explored - 3 kinds ;
• votthapana - determining consciousness, phase of mind in which the nature of external stimulus is determined or decided upon - 1 kind ;
• kāmajavana - apperceptive consciousness, phase of mind in which the object comes under introspection - 29 kinds ; and
• tadāramana - retentive consciousness, phase of mind in which the external stimulus is ingested in the consciousness - 8 kinds .
- MK-PED011-2

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{ka-ya.Da.}

{ka-ya.Da-tu.}
«kāyadhātu»


«kāyadhātu»
- n. responsive nature of the body to stimulation of the senses.
- MK-PED011-3

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{ka-ya.pa.}

{ka-ya.pa-goañ~ña.ta}
«kāyapāguññatā»


«kāyapāguññatā»
- n. proficiency of the mental concomitants during moral consciousness.
- MK-PED011-4

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{ka-ya.paþ~þûd~Di.}
«kāyapassaddhi»


«kāyapassaddhi»
- n. abatement of fervid passions resulting in tranquility of mental concomitants during moral consciousness.
- MK-PED012-1

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{ka-ya.ma.}

{ka-ya.mu.du.ta}
«kāyamudutā»


«kāyamudutā»
- n. rejection of false views and conceit resulting in the softness and pliability of mental concomitants during moral consciousness.
- MK-PED012-2

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{ka-ya.la.}

{ka-ya.la.hu.ta}
«kāyalahutā»


«kāyalahutā»
- n. sprightliness of mental concomitants during moral consciousness.
- MK-PED012-3

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{ka-ya.wa.}

{ka-ya.waiñ~ña-Na.sait~ta.}
«kāyaviññāṇa citta»


«kāyaviññāṇa citta»
- n. consciousness as the result of physical sensory experience consisting of :-
(1) consciousness resulting in detrimental karma arising in conjunction with physical displeasure on coming into contact with unpleasantness and
(2) consciousness resulting in beneficial karma arising in conjunction with pleasurable feeling on physical contact with pleasant stimuli.
- MK-PED012-4

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{ka-ya.waiñ~ña.Na.Da-tu.}
«kāyaviññänadhātu»


«kāyaviññänadhātu»
- n. the nature of consciousness as a process of thought to arise out of awareness of physical contact.
- MK-PED013-1

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{ka-ya.waiñ~ña.wi.hti.}
«kāyaviññavīthi»


«kāyaviññavīthi»
- n. process of thought resulting from contact between sensory surface and stimulus. Also kāyaviññavīthi
- MK-PED013-2

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{ka-ya.waiñ~ñût~ti.}
«kāyaviññatti»


«kāyaviññatti»
- n. intimation by means of gesture; communicating by body language.
- MK-PED013-3

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{ka-ya.waiñ~ti.na.wa.ka.}
«kāyaviññattinavaka»


«kāyaviññattinavaka»
- n. [A] " the bodily intimation nonad" consisting of the "pure octad" , ie. the eight inseparable material qualities( extension, cohesion or fluidity, heat, motion & appearance, odour, taste, nutriment ) and " bodily intimation" ie communicating by means of body language.
- MK-PED013-4

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{ka-ya.wût~htu.}
«kāyavatthu»


«kāyavatthu»
- n. [A] sensory surface (sense receptor), the site on which bodily sensations and their mental concomitants arise. See also vatthu.
- MK-PED013-5

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{ka-ya.þa.}

{ka-ya.þa-mag~gi}
«kāyasāmaggī»


«kāyasāmaggī»
- n. [V] ritual congregation of monks within a circle two and a half cubits in diameter, during an occasion held according to the ecclesiastical codes of conduct.
- MK-PED013-6

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{ka-ya.þän-þag~ga.}
«kāyasaṁsagga»


«kāyasaṁsagga»
- n. [V]
1. fondling a person of the opposite sex with the intention to have sexual intercourse.
2. the monastic code of conduct prohibiting such an act.
- MK-PED014-1

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UKT notes 

 

 

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