Trisahasri, aka: Trisāhasrī, Tri-sahasri; 1 Definition(s)

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Trisāhasrī (त्रिसाहस्री).—f. (sc. lokadhātu; compare °srā), the three- thousandfold (world-system): yaś ca imāṃ trisāhasrīṃ (so most mss., two °rāṃ)…kampayet SP 253.7. Only here and in Dbh.g. 40(66).4 trisahasri have I noted the fem. (tri-, or mahā-)-sāhasrī(-sah°), corresp. to Pali sahassī, which app. is the regular Pali form, see Childers s.v. Otherwise the BHS fem. stem is °srā, see preceding items.

Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Edgerton Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit Dictionary
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