F [annihilation (uccheda); belief (diṭṭhi)]. Erroneous view having self-annihilation as a subject.
N [Wandering of the mind]. The fact to be distracted by thoughts. To have an agitated, scattered and airy spirit.
N [Appearance and destruction].
N [That which does appear]. For instance, the uggaha nimitta is the image chosen as a samatha styled support for concentration, which does appear almost continuously, and whose degree of purity and transparence still remain weak.
F [Access concentration].
T/N [Fact to stick (to something), to grasp (something)]. Covetousness, greed. Attachment.
M [Fact to stick (to something) (upādāna); aggregate (khandhā)]. Appearance of the five aggregates owing to attachment.
N To name by means of comparison, of analogy.
M Person who supports and respects the "triple gem": Buddha, dhamma and saṃgha.
N Admission within of saṃgha as a bhikkhu. Integration of a sāmaṇera within the communuty of bhikkhus.
M/F [Basic (upa); virtue (sīla)]. Morality, basic conduct: five precepts, eight precepts, etc.
F Contemplation rooted in equanimity. The fact to keep on observing with a neutral feeling while experiencing any sensation.
M Reading of the rules of pātimokkha within the sīmā at every full moon and each new moon.
This term does also define the practice of the five or ten precepts that some laity do observe on full, new and half-moon days.
N That which is noble.
Author: Monk Dhamma Sāmi
Translator: Thierry Lambrou
Update: 2005, June the 20th