Pariharati; 2 Definition(s)


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pariharati : (pari + har + a) keeps up; protects; carries about; avoids.

Source: BuddhaSasana: Concise Pali-English Dictionary

Pariharati, (pari+hṛ) 1. to take care of, to attend to (Acc.), shelter, protect, keep up, preserve, look after Vin. I, 42; II, 188; D. II, 100 (saṅghaṃ); D. II, 14 (gabbhaṃ kucchinā); M. I, 124, 459; S. III, 1; A. III, 123; J. I, 52 (kucchiyā), 143, 170; Miln. 392, 410 (attānaṃ) 418; SnA 78; DhA. II, 232 (aggiṃ, v. l. paricarati, which is the usual); PvA. 63 (kucchiyā), 177. Cp. BSk. pariharati in same meaning e.g. AvŚ I. 193, 205.—2. to carry about D. II, 19 (aṅkena); M. I, 83; Sn. 440 (muñjaṃ parihare, 1 sg. pres. med.; SnA 390 takes it as parihareyya); Miln. 418 (āḷakaṃ p.).—3. (intrs.) to move round, go round, circle, revolve M. I, 328; A. I, 277 (candima-suriyā p.; cp. A. V, 59)=Vism. 205; J. I, 395; IV, 378; VI, 519; DA. I, 85; PvA. 204.—4. to conceal Vin. III, 52 (suṅkaṃ). ‹-› 5. to set out, take up, put forward, propose, only in phrase (Com. style) uttān’atthāni padāni p. to take up the words in more explicit meaning SnA 178, 419, 437, 462.—pp. parihaṭa. Pass. parihīrati (q. v.).—See also anupariharati. (Page 438)

Source: Sutta: The Pali Text Society's Pali-English Dictionary
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Pali is the language of the Tipiṭaka, which is the sacred canon of Theravāda Buddhism and contains much of the Buddha’s speech. Closeley related to Sanskrit, both languages are used interchangeably between religions.

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