Sugata, 3 Definition(s)
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sugata : (adj.) faring well; happy. (m.), the Buddha.
Sugata，(su+gata) faring well，happy，having a happy life after death （gati）：see under gata； cp．Vism．424 （s．= sugati-gata）．Freq．Ep．of the Buddha （see Dict．of Names）．
--aṅgula a Buddha-inch，an inch according to the standard accepted by Buddhists Vin．IV，168．--ālaya imitation of the Buddha J．I，490，491； II，38，148，162； III，112．--ovāda a discourse of the Blessed one J．I，119，349； II，9，13，46； III，368．--vidatthi a Buddha-span，a span of the accepted length Vin．III，149； IV，173．--vinaya the discipline of the Buddha A．II，147．（Page 716）
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