Ubhato; 2 Definition(s)

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ubhato : (ind.) in both ways or sides; twofold.

Source: BuddhaSasana: Concise Pali-English Dictionary

Ubhato, (adv.) (Abl. of *ubha, to which ubhaya & ubho) both, twofold, in both (or two) ways, on both sides; usually °-, as °bhāgavimutta one who is emancipated in two ways D. II, 71; Dialogues II. 70, n. 1; M. I, 477 (cp. 385 °vimaṭṭha); S. I, 191; A. I, 73; IV, 10, 77; Png 14, 73; Nett 190; °byañjanaka (vyañj°) having the characteristics of both sexes, hermaphrodite Vin. I, 89, 136, 168; III, 28; V, 222; °saṅgha twofold Saṅgha, viz. bhikkhu° & bhikkhunī Vin. II, 255; IV, 52, 242, 287; Mhvs 3234. ‹-› See further Vin. II, 287 (°vinaye); D. I, 7 (°lohitaka, cp. DA. I, 87); M. I, 57 (°mukha tied up at both ends), 129 (°daṇḍakakakaca a saw with teeth on both sides), 393 (koṭiko pañho; S. IV, 323 (id.). (Page 154)

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