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ajina

, n. [ts.], a skin of a deer (esp. of the black
antelope
), generally used by ascetics for covering and
dress,
Abh 442; Ja V 380,2* (+ dantabhaṇda); Sn
1027 (ekaṁsaṁ ~aṁ katvā); Ja V 380,6' (= ajina-
miga-cammaṁ); 407,29'; pl. ~āni, DN I 167,1 = MN
I 78,12; 308,7 = 343,10 — AN I 240,32 = 295,29
= II 206,29 = Pp 55,28 (Sv I 405,2: ajinaṁ ajina-
miga-cammaṁ = Ps II 60,6; Mp II 293,1i: ajinānī'ti
ajina-miga-cammāni); Ja VI 563,3* (~āni paridahitvā);
III 236,8' (~ehi); IV 387,9* (jaṭā ca kesā, ajināni
vatthā = sakhurāni cammăni vatthāni, Ct.); +
jaṭā-vākacīrāni, Ja I 12,32. — Ifc. v. Kaṇhâjinā,
kharâ°, gavâ°, jaṭâ°, dantâ°, Migâjina, cf. Me-*
ḷajina.