Abhyudgacchati: 1 definition
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Sanskrit dictionarySource: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Edgerton Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit Dictionary
Abhyudgacchati (अभ्युद्गच्छति).—(for which atyud° often occurs in the tradition, either as v.l. or in all mss.; see under aty- udgacchati; in most meanings Pali abbhuggacchati and derivs. support this reading), (1) arises, of the sun: sūrye 'bhyudgate Vajracchedikā 32.17; rises in the air, often with vaihāya- sam (as in Pali, vehāsaṃ) or the like, vaihāyasam abhyud- gamya Divyāvadāna 223.12; Mahāvastu i.55.2; 239.18 (mss. atyu°); iii.425.17, 23; vaih° abhyudgacchanti (v.l. atyu°) Mahāvastu i.21.7; parṣanmaṇḍalamadhyād abhyudgamyopary an- tarīkṣe vaihāyasaṃ (mss. °se) sthitvā Saddharmapuṇḍarīka 241.15; vihāya- sam abhyudgataḥ Divyāvadāna 223.13; kālo nāgarājā…svakāto bhavanāto (i.e. from the nether world) abhyudgamitvā (v.l. atyu°) Mahāvastu ii.302.14; vihāyasā saptatālamātram abhyudgamya (both edd. atyu°, no v.l.) Lalitavistara 18.16; so also Samādhirājasūtra 8.9 (antarīkṣe saptatālamātram atyudgamya); yāvad brahmakāyaṃ ghoṣam (n. sg.) abhyudgacchet (preterite; mss. atyu°, em. Senart) Mahāvastu i.229.16, the sound rose up as far as the company of Brahman; similarly Mahāvastu i.240.5 (mss. atyudgame) and 333.7 (yāvad brahmakāyikā devanikāyā, as far as the divine abode of the companions of B., ghoṣam atyudgacchet, Senart em. abhyu°); also Mahāvastu i.231.4 śāram (mss., see s.v. śāra) abhyudgato (mss. atyudgataṃ); fig. sarvalokābhyudgato Lalitavistara 60.14, risen above the whole world (of Buddha); fig. advances, prospers, bhogair abhyudgacchati Divyāvadāna 237.19; (2) of water-plants, which rise above the water (in this sense Pali seems to [Page062-a+ 71] use only accuggamma = atyudgamya! but [Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit] tradition abhyud°): Lalitavistara 76.11 -puṇḍarīkāny abhyudgatāni (puṣka- riṇīṣu; in next line 12, puṣpaphalavṛkṣā dharaṇītalād abhyudgamya, confirming the reading of all mss.); Mahāvastu iii.318.8 udakāto abhyudgatāni (contrasted with other water-plants which are antodakāni or samodakāni, under the water or level with it), parallel to Lalitavistara 400.5 udakā- bhyudgatāni (contrasted with udakāntargatāni and udakasamāni); (3) arises = sets out upon an undertaking: lokahitārtham (the welfare of people) abhyudgatasya Divyāvadāna 102.7, compare abhyudgamya (ger.) 103.11; (4) arrives at, comes to, gets: naivaṃ tṛptim abhyudgacchate Divyāvadāna 235.21, does not by this means become satiated. See also next.
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Ends with: Samabhyudgacchati.
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