Silavant, aka: Sīlavant; 1 Definition(s)

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Sīlavant, (adj.) (sīla+vant) virtuous, observing the moral precepts D. III, 77, 259 sq. , 285; A. I, 150; II, 58, 76; III, 206 sq. , 262 sq.; IV, 290 sq. , 314 sq.; V, 10 sq. , 71 sq.; Vism. 58; DA. I, 286; Tikp 279.—Nom. sg. sīlavā D. I, 114; S. I, 166; It. 63; Pug. 26, 53; J. I, 187; Acc.—vantaṃ Vin. III, 133; Sn. 624; Instr.—vatā S. III, 167; Gen.—vato S. IV, 303; Nom. pl.—vanto Pug. 13; Dhs. 1328; Nett 191; Acc. pl.—vante J. I, 187; Instr.—vantehi D. II, 80; Gen. pl.—vantānaṃ M. I, 334; Gen. pl.—vataṃ Dh. 56; J. I, 144; f. —vatī D. II, 12; Th. 2, 449. compar. —vantatara J. II, 3. (Page 713)

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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