Kampati; 2 Definition(s)

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kampati : (kamp + a) trembles; wavers.

Source: BuddhaSasana: Concise Pali-English Dictionary

Kampati, (kamp to shake Dhtp. 186: calane; p. pres. kampanto, kampaṃ, kampamāna; aor. akampi; caus. kampeti; p. pres. kampetan Dpvs XVII. 51; ger. kampayitvāna D. II, 108; J. V, 178) — to shake, tremble, waver Kh 6; J. I, 23; Sn. 268 (expl. KhA 153: calati, vedhati); Bdhd 84;—Cp. anu°, pa°, vi°, sam°. -kampamāna (adj.) trembling J. III, 161; agitated, troubled (°citta) J. II, 337; not trembling, unhesitating, steadfast J. VI, 293. (Page 189)

Source: Sutta: The Pali Text Society's Pali-English Dictionary
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