A Dictionary Of Chinese Buddhist Terms

With Sanskrit And English Equivalents And A Sanskrit-pali Index

by William Edward Soothill | 1937 | 324,264 words

For about a thousand years, Buddhism dominated the thought of China and her thinkers were occupied with Buddhist philosophy. This dictionary serves as a resource to the interpretation of Chinese culture, as well as an important reference for the comparative study of Sanskrit and Pali originals. The author provides a key for the students which to u...

Part 28 - Twenty-eight Strokes

śuka; a parrot 鸚鵡.

鸚鵡賓 v. 甄 14 kiṃsuka, 'a tree with red flowers, said to be the butea frondosa. ' Eitel.

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