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Nutriment, 1 Definition(s)

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s. ojā, āhāra. - āhāra is one of the 24 conditions (paccaya) - n.- produced corporeality; s. samutthāna.

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· Āhāra
Āhāra (food) is the prime need of every individual & human-beings are the...
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· Paccaya
Paccaya, (fr. paṭi+i, cp. Ved. pratyaya & P. pacceti, paṭicca) lit. resting on, ...
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· Ahara Sutta
Āhāra, (fr. ā + hṛ, lit. taking up or on to oneself) feeding, support, food, nut...
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· Ojā
Ojā, (f.) (Vedic ojas nt. , also BSk. oja nt. Divy 105; fr. *aug to increase, a...
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· Rupa Kalapa
'corporeal group', material unit, designates a combination of several physical p...
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· Phassa
1) Phassa, 2 (adj.) (grd. fr. phusati, corresp. to Sk. spṛśya) to be felt, esp. ...
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· Samutthāna
Samuṭṭhāna, (nt.) (saṃ+uṭṭhāna) rising, origination, cause; as adj. (-°) arisin...
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