Yattha; 2 Definition(s)

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yattha : (adv.) wherever; where.

Source: BuddhaSasana: Concise Pali-English Dictionary

Yattha, (adv.) (the regular P. form of Ved. yatra. See also P. yatra) rel. adv. of place “where, ” at which spot; occasionally “at which time, ” when; with verbs of motion=“whereto. ” — D. I, 240 (whither); Sn. 79, 170 (here closely resembling yatra in meaning=“so that”), 191, 313, 445, 995, 1037; Dh. 87, 127 (yattha ṭhita, cp. PvA. 104) 150, 171, 193, PvA. 27.—yattha vā tattha vā wherever (or whenever) DhA. IV, 162; similarly yattha yattha wherever (he likes) A. II, 64. yattha kāmaṃ (cp. yathākāmaṃ in same meaning) where to one’s liking, i.e. wherever Dh. 35 (=yattha katthaci or yattha yattha icchati DhA. I, 295, 299), 326. Similarly we find yatth-icchakaṃ, almost identical (originally variant?) with yadicchakaṃ and yāvadicchakaṃ at Vism. 154. (Page 548)

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