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Remember {a.žūt} is not allowed in Pal-Myan.
We find only conjuncts in which the upper member is equivalent to the vowel in association
with {ka.} being checked by the IPA plosive-stops /k/ /t/ /p/ & nasals /n/ /m/

{kūm} : vowel checked by {p} or IPA /p/
{kath~}  : vowel checked by approximant thibilant /θ/.

Note: Thibilant /θ/ (non-hissing) becomes hissing-sibilant /s/ in Sanskrit.

UKT notes :

 

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{kūm}

 

{kūm~ma.}
«kamma»


«kamma»
- n.1 [S] work; affair; business
2. [A] volitional activities which lead to either beneficial or detrimental effect; karma.
3. volitional mental concomitants arising in conjunction with 12 kinds of immoral consciousness, 8 kinds of great or higher moral consciousness and 5 kinds of moral consciousness related to the fine material world to produce karma created corporeality. 026-2

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{kūm~ma.za. ka.la-pa.}
«kammajakalāpa»


«kammajakalāpa» -
n. [A] groupings of material phenomena born of karma. These material phenomena consist of the following groups which arise together, cease together, have a common dependence and co-exist; -
1. cakkhudasaka kalāpa - the eye decad;
2. sotadasaka kalāpa - the ear decad;
3. ghānadasaka kalāpa - the nose decad;
4. jivhākasaka kalāpa - tongue decad;
5. kāyadasaka kalāpa - the boy deca;
6. itthibhāvadasaka kalāpa - the decad related to femininity;
7. pumbhāvadasaka kalāpa - the decad related to masculinity
8. vatthudasaka kalāpa - the basis decad;
9. jīvitanavaa kalāpa - the vital nonad. 026-3

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{kūm~ma.za.ru-pa.}
«kammajarūpa»


«kammajarūpa»
- n. material phenomena born of karma. 027-1

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{kūm~ma.ni.rait~ta.}
«kammanimitta»


«kammanimitta»
- n. [A] mental image which appears in the consciousness symbolizing past volitional activity. It may be in the form of either
1. upaladdha kammanimitta-principal visionary object.; or
2. upakaraka kammanimitta - associated visionary object.
For example, when a dying person who had previously donated a monastery visualises the monastery itself or in the case of a fishmonger the very fish he had killed during his lifetime these are instances of perceiving the principal visionary objects while, should the image appear in the form of food offertories or monastic robes in the case of the monastery donor, and knives and gaffs in the case of the fishmonger, these are instances of perceiving the associated visionary objects. 027-2

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{kūm~ma.pa.hta.}
«kammapatha»


«kammapatha»
- n. manifestation of moral or immoral action. 028-1

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{kūm~ma.pic~sa.yaw}
«kammapaccayo»


«kammapaccayo»
- n. [A] causal relation of karma; the relation between the resultant and cause ie. mental and material phenomena which have come into existence because of past moral and immoral actions, are being conditioned by such actions during this life span and will become the cause for rebirth in the next existence. 028-2

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{kūm~ma.Ba.wa.}
«kammabhava»


«kammabhava»
- n. [A] the karma process; the sum of morally wholesome and unwholesome volitional activities which is the cause for rebirth. See also kammavaṭṭa 028-3

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{kūm~ma.wa-sa}
«kammavācā»


«kammavācā»
- n. sacred Pali texts which are ritually recited to formalise a certain monastic undertaking or to stave off some imminent danger. 028-4

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{kūm~ma.wuT~Ta.}
«kammavaṭṭa»


«kammavaṭṭa»
- n. the karma round, the resultant of the forces of karma process and conditioning formations arising from moral and immoral actions See also vaṭṭa. 029-1

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{kūm~ma.ža.ka.}
«kammasaka»


«kammasaka»
- n. the fact that the only property a person ultimately owns is his karma (ie only the nature of his actions will determine his destiny) 029-2

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{kūm~mak~hka.ya.}
«kammakkhaya»


«kammakkhaya»
- n. death of a person due to his karma force being spent. See also maraṇuppatti. 029-3

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{kūm~ma.HTa.na.}
«kammaṭṭhāna»


«kammaṭṭhāna»
- n. objects of contemplation such as meditation devices in the development of mental absorption (jhāna) or material or mental phenomena in the development of insight. It can be differentiated thus into:-
1. samatha kammaṭṭhāna
  - concentration to achieve mental absorption by subduing the hindrances.
2. vipassanā kammaṭṭhāna
  - development of insight in order to realize the Noble Path and Fruition. 029-4

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{kath~}

 

{kaž~ža.pa.}
«Kassapa»


«Kassapa» - n.
1. name of one of the five Buddhas to spread enlightenment in this world, who after practising austerities for 7 days achieved enlightenment under a banyan tree and lived a total of 20,000 years.
2. name of a Mahāthera under whose auspices the First Great Council was convened; Venerable Mahā Kassapa. 029-5

 

 

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UKT notes 

 

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