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ānupubbi-kathā

(very often spelt anupubbi-°), f.
(from ānupubbī, f., q. v.), a regular (systematic) ex-
position
[i. e. such in which each single part shows a
regular correspondence with the single parts of some-
thing formerly dealt with
], a successive or regular nar-
ration, a progressive sermon, a gradual instruction;
frequently in the phrase
~aṁ katḥesi, scil. dāna-
kathaṁ sīla-kathaṁ sagga-katham: Vin I 15,36; 18,10
180,37; II 156,29; 192,23; D I 110,1 (= anupatipāti-
kathaṁ, Sv 277,25; 471,33; cf. Sadd 260,4); 148,6; II
41,10 (= anupatipātiyākathaṁ, Sv); 43,5—44,18; M
I 379,33; II 145,4 (Ps III 89,21 = Sv); A IV 186,12;
209,25; 213,17 (Mp IV 99,14 = Sv); Ud 49,5 (Ud-a
281,15 = Sv); Dhp-a I 6,8; II 121,12; III 27,9; 375,1;
Bv-a 125, 36; Vv-a 66,15; Paṭis-a 33,6 (Ee °pubbī°);
~aṁ kathessāmi, A III 184,17 (Mp III 293,13); ~aṁ
kathetvā, Vv-a 197,27; Dhp-a I 140,11; 207,21; ~aṁ
kathento, Dhp-a I 67,10; kathento ~aṁ, Mil 228,7;
— tatrâyam ~ā, Sp (I) 45,9; 63,19; (II) 417,25; Ps V
33,23 (Ee ănupubbakathā both times); Ud-a 77,20; Cp-a
21,7; 29,4; 35,28; 40,14; 75,2; 134,2; 187,8 (v. l. ănu°);
216,11; 242,13; 258,7; 264,24; Ja II 300,9; V 48,27;
412,15; Dhp-a I 83,9; IV 120,4; 199,13; Saddhamma-s
37,2; tatrâyaṁ saṁkhepato ~ā, Ja IV 263,10; ettha
ayaṁ ~ā, Spk I 317,2; Mp IV 180,16; etthâyaṁ ~ā,
Ja I 8,8; Cp-a 268,4; tathâyaṁ ~ā, Thūp 38,5; vag-
gulīnaṁ vatthumhi ayam ~ā, Saddhamma-s 81,4;
cf. 82,30; 84,28; 86,11; 88,25; migaḷuddakassa + ayam
~ā, Ras I 6,9 etc.; therassa pañhakamme ayam ~ā,
Mp I 136,2; 163,9; tass' āvibhāvatthaṁ ayam ~ā, Pj
II 484,24 (cf. ib. 437,9 ādito pabhuti vaṇṇanā); tadat-
tha-dīpanatthaṁ ayam ~ā, Saddhamma-s 23,14; dho-
vanaphalakaṁ viya ~ā, Ud-a 284,5; — — °ânupub-
baka, mfn., immediately following that; Vv-a 208,6
(~aṁ catusaccakathaṁ kathesi); — — °ânubhāva,
m., power of ā°; Sv (I) 308,7 (~ena vikkhambhita-).
Cf. anupubba-kathā, and for the formation dhammi-
kathā. See also Geiger, Pāli Dhamma, p. 44, and
Lūders, Kl. T. II, p. 85—86. ānupubbi-kathā