Samadapanata, Samādāpanatā: 1 definition
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Sanskrit-English dictionarySource: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Edgerton Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit Dictionary
Samādāpanatā (समादापनता) or Samādāpana.—(n. act. to °dāpayati with ana; see also °dapana, °nā; also written erroneously °dāyana), instigation (of others) to assume, take on them- selves, the goal most often preceding in comp.: prāṇātipāta- vairamaṇya (q.v.)-parasattva-°panatvād (so read for °yanatvād) LV 429.8; prativirati-°panā Bbh 223.18 and ff., also °panatā 20 and ff.; -kuśalacaryā-°pana- LV 431.8; sarvasattva-samacitta-°pana- 431.19; parasattva-tathāga- tadarśana-°pana- 432.6; -sattva-°pana- 432.8; pravrajyā- °panā Bbh 221.18; buddhajñāna-°panatā sarvasattveṣu KP 12.2 (instigation towards Buddha-knowledge in reference to all beings, i.e. instigation of them); buddhabimbadar- śana-sattva-°panatayā Śikṣ 309.14—15; tathāgatajñānadar- śana-°pana-hetunimittaṃ sattvānāṃ SP 40.3; without complement, yayā °panayā yena kalyāṇamitrasaṃcoda- nena Gv 512.18; °panā Sūtrāl. xvi.72 (comm.); goal in loc. (compare samādāpayati 2), °na Bbh 30.16, see s.v. samātta; (sattvānāṃ…) samyaksaṃbodhau °pana-hetoḥ SP 77.12; arthe °panā Bbh 221.11 ff.
Sanskrit, also spelled संस्कृतम् (saṃskṛtam), is an ancient language of India commonly seen as the grandmother of the Indo-European language family. Closely allied with Prakrit and Pali, Sanskrit is more exhaustive in both grammar and terms and has the most extensive collection of literature in the world, greatly surpassing its sister-languages Greek and Latin.
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