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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
'nutriment', 'food',  is used in the concrete sense as material food and as such...
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· Paccaya
Paccaya or 'condition', is something on which something else, the so-called '...
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· Ahara Sutta
1. Ahara Sutta - Preached at Jetavana on the four sustenances (ahara) that mai...
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· Ojā
'nutriment' (synonym of āhāra, q.v.), is one of those 8 minimal constituent part...
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· Rupa Kalapa
There are 21 rupa kalapas. 9 kalapas are kammaja rupa kalapas, 6 are cittaja, 4 ...
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· Phassa
Contact, touch, mental impression
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· Samutthāna
'origination'. There are 4 kinds of origination of corporeal phenomena, namely:...
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· Mana
mind, thinking faculty
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· Phassa Sutta
1. Phassa Sutta. Because of diversity in elements arises diversity of percepti...
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· Vivartakalpa
The Vivartakalpa begins with the arising of the primordial wind, which begins th...
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· Utu
Temperature (utu). - For corporeality produced by temperature, s. samutthāna....
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· Four Sorts Of Edibles
Any nutriment that a bhikkhu puts into his mouth is classified in four groups, w...
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