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a-vitakka

, mfn., not accompanied by reflection;
(a) said of persons: ~o 'mhi avicāro ajjhattaṁ satimā
sukham asmi, SN V 156,11 (Spk III 206,3-5); —(b) said
of
jhāna or samādhi: acc. n. ~aṁ avicāraṁsamādhijaṁ
pītisukhaṁ dutiyaṁ jhānaṁ, Vin III 4,10 (Sp I
148,23—149,13 = As 170,13-36 = Vism 157,14—158,2);
DN I 37,13; 74,15; MN I 276,32; (350,27); 454,20; II
212,12; SN II 211,7; IV 264,2-18; AN I 53,19; 163,29;
Dhs 161 (As 170,13 foll. see above); — ~aṁ samādhiṁ
samāpajjitvā, Ud 71,4 (Ud-a 348,19); ~o avicāro
samādhi, SN V 111,22; Vibh 228,33-38; Kv 413,14-16;
~aṁ avicāraṁ samādhiṁ, AN I 171,14; ~o vicāra-
matto samādhi ~o samādhi, SN IV 360,12 (Ee avi-
takka-vic°) = DN III 219,19-20 (quoted Kv 413,21(25));
DN III 274,26-27, cf. Mil 337,4; samādhiṁ . . . ~am
pi vicāra-mattain bhāveyyāsi, ~am pi avicāraṁ bh°,
AN IV 300,6 . . . 301,13; MN III 162,15-16, cf. Nidd
II 150,13; f. ~ā avicārā pīti, Vibh 228,21-25; see avi-
takka-avicara(-matta); nom. sg. n., yañ ce savitakkaṁ
savicāraṁ yañ ce ~aṁ avicāraṁ, ye ~e avicāre se
panītatare, DN II 278,16 ... 30 . . ". 279,12 (Sv (III)
725,12 . . . 732,14).
Rem. As to dialectic ~e nom. sg. m. n. [Sadd
124,24*—130,16] see: (1) ye ... se pavutte, MN II
254,24 (cf. pavutto, ib. 22; Ps; Tr. notes, JPTS
1908, 134, 71.4); further Kv 1,8 .. . 26,20 . . . 627,16
[ɔ: the logical frame-work of Kv]; [Paṭis I 1,5 (su-
tamaye ñānaṁ = °mayaṁ ñānaṁ, according to
Paṭis-a I 13,30)]; Mp I 71,13 (cf. Kv 26,26-21) ≠ II
273,16-17 [Se II 201,18] from the 〈Sīhala-〉Aṭṭhakathā
(Proto-Sinhalese being an e-dialect); —(2) (heretic
tenets
): DN I 53,28—54,20; (55,29-30); 56,26 (≠ Ja
VI 226,12* v. l.). — (3) (proverbially, or as a
characteristic of persons of base extract or behav-
iour
): DN III 25,3* . . . 26,7*; Ja III 288,13*-16*
(as opposed to 289,4* foll.); Ja VI 265,5*-8* (as
opposed to
263,30* foll. 266,1*-2*); — (4) Bhesike
(w. r. for Rosike), and Takkāriye (Geiger § 80)
are vocatives of feminine nick-names (Sv (II) 395,15;
Ja IV 248,4') like Medakathālike, SN V 168,22
(Spk III 226,8) and Godhe, ib. 372,1 (cf. Pilotikā,
Ps II 195,18; Ghaṭā, Ps IV 157,15).