Palāśikā, aka: Palāsika, Palasika, Palashika; 2 Definition(s)
Palāsika, (adj.) (fr. palāsa1) 1. in cpd. paṇḍu° one who lives by eating withered leaves DA. I, 270, 271.—2. in cpd. eka° (upāhanā) (a shoe) with one lining (i.e. of leaves) Vin. I, 185 (=eka paṭala Bdhgh; see Vin. Texts II. 13). (Page 440)
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