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āyatana

, n. [ts. = BHS]; Abh 207, 801 ≠ Nidd-a
I 290,17 foll.; cf. Sadd 361,5-21; (etymology) āye ta-
notī ti ~am, āyatañ ca te nayatī ti ~aṁ, cf. Ud-a
42,1, 191,32; Paṭis-a 83,17-18; 89,32-33; Vism 481,22
foll.; 527,22; Vibh-a 45,19 foll.; Moh 123,17; 142,20;
(various meanings) Mp II 272,22 foll.; Nidd-a I 290,17
foll.; Vibh-a 45-46; Sadd 396,26-28; 397,2-3; 577,5;
nivāso ākaro c' eva jātideso ca kāraṇaṁ samosaraṇa-
ṭṭhānañ ca vuccati ~aṁ, Sadd 577,20; sañjāti-samo-
saraṇa-kāraṇa-paññatti-mattesu hi ayaṁ °-saddo vat-
tati, Sv 124,30-31; api ca nivāsaṭṭhānatthena ākarat-
thena samosaraṇaṭṭhānatthena sañjātidesatthena kā-
raṇatthena ca ~aṁ, Paṭis-a 83,24 ≠ As 141,1 = Vism
482,21; (semasiology of the Cts.) Sadd 396,4 (quoting
Vibh-a 45,19); 506,5 (cf. Vism 481,26); 576,19 foll.
(< Vibh-a 45,19 foll.) = Vism 481,22 foll.; Paṭis-a
83,17 foll.; As 140,30 — 141,16; It-a II 168,20,26;
cf. Pj I 82,32 (act of actuating, Ñāṇamoli); a. lit.
(ce) dwelling-place, resting-place, abiding-place, meeting-
place, region, tract; nom. sg.
yāvatā ariyaṁ ~aṁ,
yāvatā vaṇipattho idaṁ agga-nagaraṁ bhavissati
Pāṭaliputtam puṭa-bhedanaṁ, Vin I 229,9 (Ct.:
ariya-manussānaṁ osaranatthānam, Sp 1095,26) =
D II 87,33 (Sv 540,34 = Sp) = Ud 88,25 (Ud-a 422,9 =
Sp), the region of the Aryans (cf. ariyâyatana); khettaṁ
taṁ na hoti, vatthu taṁ na hoti, ~aṁ taṁ na hoti,
adhikaraṇaṁ taṁ na hoti, yam paccayāssa tarn uppaj-
jatiajjhattaṁsukhadukkhanti, A II 159,1 = S II 41,2;
vihitā sant' ime pāsā pallalesu janâdhipa yam yad ~aṁ
maññe dijānaṁ pāṇarodhanaṁ, in every haunt of birds,
Ja V 346,12* (Ct.: samosaraṇaṭṭhānaṁ); assānaṁ
Kambojo ~aṁ, gunnaṁ Dakkhiṇāpatho ~an ti ettha
sañjāti-ṭṭhānaṁ ~aṁ nāma, Mp II 272,22 ≠ Sv
I 24,32 = Sadd 396,26; Dakkhiṇāpatho gunnaṁ ~an
ti ādisu sañjātideso, Vism 482,9 = As 141,7 = It-a II
169,2 = Paṭis-a 83,31 = Sadd 577,5 ≠ 361,16; acc. sg.
ahaṁ tad ~aṁ upasampajja viharissāmi yad ariyā
etarahi ~am upasampajja viharanti, M I 303,35 = III
218,28; Suriyakumārassa senāpati-ṭṭhānaṁ datvā
yakkhassa ramaṇīye ṭhāne ~aṁ kārāpetvā yathā so
lābhaggapatto hoti tathā akāsi, Dhp-a III 77,3; loc. sg.
manorame ~e sevanti naṁ vihaṁgamā chāyaṁ chā-
yatthikā yanti phalatthaṁ phalabhogino, A III 43,6*
> Sadd 361,14; 396,28; 577,4; Vism 482,8*; As
141,5; Sv 125,3*; Mp II 272,25*; It-a II 169,1; Paṭis-a
83,30 (Ct.: manorame ~e ti ramaṇīye samosaraṇaṭ-
ṭhāne, Mp III 250,24); αα (metaphor.) dwelling-place,
abode, home, seat, receptacle; nom. sg.
sambādho 'yam
gharâvāso, rajassâ~aṁ, a haunt of passion, Sn 406
(Ct.: rāgâdirajassa uppatti-deso, Pj II 381,19); fig.
(β) field, domain, department, province, reach; only ifc.
q.
p.; (γ) class, group; loc. sg. atthi nu kho me imesu
pañcasu kāmaguṇesu aññatarasmiṁ vā aññataras-
miṁ vā ~e uppajjati cetaso samudācāro, in some or
other class
, M III 114,19,28 (Ps IV 162,26); (δ) position,
stand, rank, degree, quality; only ifc. q. v.;
(ε) ground,
base, source, cause, condition, occasion, case; nom. sg.

rogānaṁ ~aṁ, D III 182,30; avinayānaṁ ~aṁ,
cause of bad disciplines, Att II 1; sa dhammadhātu
dhammâyatanapariyāpannā, yaṁ ~aṁ anāsavaṁ no
ca bhavaṅgaṁ, Nett 64,15 foll. = 66,11 foll.; loc. sg.
tatra tatr' eva sakkhibhabbataṁ (se. of the iddhi-
vidhā) pāpuṇissasi sati sati ~e, M I 494,35 foll. ≠
II 196,19 (Ct.: sati sati ~e ti sati sati kārane, Ps
III 202,17 = IV 146,3); 97,5,14; A I 255,2 (~e ti
pubbahetu-saṁkhāte c' eva idāni ca paṭiladdhabbe
abhiññāpādakajjhānâdi-bhede sati sati kārane, Mp
II 363,30); II 117,5; 27,26; 82,22; 426,30 (Mp III 411,8);
tassa evaṁ paṭipannassa tabbahulavihārino ~e cittaṁ
pasīdati, M II 262,14 foll. (Ct.: kāraṇaṁ, Ps IV 59,6);
acc. pl. sabbe te iman'eva pane' ~āni abhivadanti,
M II 233,10 (Ct.: kāraṇāni, Ps IV 22,23);
b. spirit, (α) sphere, plane, realm (transcendental);
dve ca ~āni: asaññasattâ~aṁ nevasaññā-nāsaññâ
~am eva dutiyaṁ, there are two transcendental planes,
one of the unconscious beings and another of neither
consciousness nor unconsciousness
, D II 69,21; atthi
tad ~am yattha n' eva paṭhavī na āpo na tejo na
vāyo na ākāsânañcâyatanaṁ . . ., Ud 80,10 foll.
(Ud-a 390,5 foll.); (β) transcendental state of mind,
transcendental condition, stage of ecstasy or religious
meditation;
lokuttaraṁ ~aṁ bhāveti, produces a
transcendental state of mind
, Dhs 116,12; (the four
stages of ecstasy or trance
) ākāsânañcâ~aṁ, viññā-
ṇânañcâ~aṁ, ākiñcaññâ~aṁ, nevasaññānāsaññâ
~am, D II 69-70; tad eva viññāṇañcaṁ (abbr. of
viññāṇânañcaṁ) adhiṭṭhānaṭṭhena imissā saññāya
~an ti viññāṇañcâ~aṁ, As 205,23 ≠ 206,16; cf.
140-141; (the eight stages of mastery over the senses in
jhāna) D II 110,5 foll.; III 260,8 foll.; 287,28-29; M
II 13,15 foll.; A I 40,11 foll.; IV 305,7; 348,14; V 61,3;
Paṭis I 5,11; Dhs §247; As 189,19,25; (γ) state of
mind
(in general); pasādo ~aṁ, Paṭis I 52,23 (yo
pasannabhāvo, idaṁ ~aṁ, Paṭis-a 241,36), quoted
Vism 580,11;
c. (term, techn.) fields of contacts: collective name for
the organs of sense and objects of sense (cf. C. Rhys
Davids, Comp, of Phil., p. 255 foll.); α (general) the
elements of sense-perception, the sensory elements as a
whole, with the
khandhas (q. v.) and the dhātus (q. v.),
factors of physical existence (jāti-mūla); nom. sg.
khandha-dhātu-~aṁ saṁkhātaṁ jātimūlakaṁ, Thī
472; abl. sg. te (dhammā) ~ato duvidhā honti:
manâyatanaṁ dhammâyatanaṁ, Moh 18,6; nom.pl.
evaṁ khandhā ca dhātuyo cha ca ~ā ime hetuṁ
paṭicca saṁbhūtā hetubhaṅgā nirujjhare, S I 134,28*;
purimānaṁ purimānaṁ khandhānaṁ dhātūnaṁ
~ānaṁ vipariṇāmaññathābhāvā pacchimā pac-
chimā khandhā ca dhātuyo ca ~āni ca pavattanti,
Nidd I 123,5,7 ; dvārâlambanabhedena bhavant' ~āni
ca, Abhidh-s 35,22*; acc. pl. so me dhammam adesesi
khandhe ~āni dhātuyo ca, S I 196,14*; tassâhaṁ
vacanaṁ sutvā khandhe ~āni ca dhātuyo ca viditvāna
pabbajiṁ anagāriyam, Th 1255 (Ct.: pañca-kkhandhe
dvādasâ~āni aṭṭhārasa-dhātuyo ca imasmiṁ ṭhāne
khandhâdi-kathā vattabbā, Th-a III 198,8); gen.pl.
~ānaṁ paṭilābho (=jāti), D II 305,8 = M III
249,16 = Paṭis I 37,32; Nidd II 104,13; Paṭis-a
151,15; Vibh 99,14; 137,15; yā tesaṁ tesaṁ sattānaṁ
tamhi tamhi sattanikāye jāti sañjāti okkanti abhinib-
batti khandhānaṁ pātubhāvo ~ānaṁ paṭilābho,
ayaṁ vuccati jāti, M I 50,7 = S II 3,8 (Ct.: ~ānan
ti ettha tatra tatra uppajjamānâyatana-vasena saṅ-
gaho veditabbo, Ps I 217,28 — Spk II 13,32); ayaṁ
paññatti pañcannaṁ khandhānaṁ, channaṁ dhā-
tūnaṁ, aṭṭhārasannaṁ dhātūnaṁ, dvādasannaṁ
~ānaṁ, dasannam indriyānaṁ nikkhepapaññatti,
Nett 57,6 foll.; β (special) the senses, including (a) the
organs of sense, distinguished as
aj jhattikâ-° or phassâ-°,
g. v.; (b) the objects of sense, distinguished as bāhirâ-°,
q. v.; both connected by the factor of perceiving, o:
consciousness (see s. v. viññāṇa); cha ajjhattikāni
~āni eko anto, cha bāhirāni ~āni dutiyo anto,
viññānaṁ majjhe, A III 400,25-26 ≠ Nidd I 109,10 =
Nidd 'i 52,5 = Paṭis I 122,20; Vibh 79,27; (their
number: in units
) dvādasa ~āni, M III 216,1 =
280,24; Paṭis I 122,23; Vibh 404,9; dasa ~ām,
D III 290,19; Paṭis I 122,22; Paṭis-a 114,15; Mil 65,1;
Vibh 73,9 foll.; 426,27; Kv 369 (mana and dhamma
being omitted); Nett 69,9,12; ekādasâ~āni, Vibh 74,36
foll.; cf. Dhs 133,7-12; (: in pairs) cha ~āni, Vibh
79,27; 405,14; saḷ~aṁ, q. v.; (the twelve enumerated)
D III 102,24 ≠ 32,3; 63,18; 216,1; Mp II 43,10;
259,5 ; 373,31; Nidd I 133,5 ; 441,19 foll.; II 128,5 foll.;
241,18; Nett 57,7; 82,6; Vism 481,4 foll.; Vibh 70,3,20
foll.; 73,5; 401,6-30; Dhātuk 5,3 foll.; Pp 1,12-17; Kv
218,17; Yam I 52,1 —164,15; Abhidh-s 35,2; (one of the
steps in the
paṭicca-samuppāda) Vibh 138,30; (one of
the ten
upadhis) Nidd II 144,31; (a factor of physical
existence
) see above sub oc; (have their root in kāma)
Dhs 224,2; (are anicca) M III 272,5-26; S II 244,23foll.;
Vibh 70,7 foll.; Vibh-a 49-51; 135,25 ; 192,27 ; (source of
in- and evolution
) Ps II 78,5; (name for the whole of the
phenomenal world
) Nidd I 133,5; II 128,5 foll.; (are
anattā) A V 109,16; (are the relations between the senses
and the external world
) D II 302,16 foll. = M I 61,12
foll.; S IV 7,21 foll.; Khp IV 6 (Pj I 82,29 foll.); (spe-
cialized
) (a) the sense organs (ɔ: eye, ear, nose, tongue,
body, mind
) D III 243,14 = 180,8 foll.; M II 260,15;
II 163,18; 216,1; S IV 7,21 foll; 9,27; 11,28; 174,32;
180,9; V 426,8; A III 400,25; Khp IV; Pj 182,29;
Paṭis I 122,20; II 181,27; It 114,12; Nidd II 141,10;
Paṭis-a 110,20; Vibh 79,27; (also called phassâ~āni)
D I 45,13,18; MH 237,29; 238,1; S I 113,1; Th 116;
(in similes styled piyarūpasātarūpaṁ) It 114,12; and
vaṇo, M II 260,14-15, or suñño gāmo, S IV 174,32
(cf. JPTS 1907, p. 132); (b) the objects of sense (ɔ:
form, sound, odour, taste, tangible object, cognizable
object
) D III 243,17; (difference between both) S IV 8,21
(cf. IV 7,21); — ifc. v. agyâ°, aññatitthiyâ°, aṭṭhâ°
(-gāma; -vāsin), an-° (-sīla; -sevin), anekâ° (S I 42,21),
aparipuṇṇâ°, apuññâ°, abhibhâ°, araññâ° (+ Th-a
II 72,14; 142,7; Cp-a 318,20), ariyâ°, asaññasattâ°,
ākāsânañcâ
°, ākiñcaññâ°, issarâ° (It-a II 168,30;
Paṭis-a 83,26; As 141,3; Vibh-a 46,2; Vism 482,5;
Sadd 361,12; 577,1), kammâ° (Vibh 324,34; 353,18;
Ja III 541,10*; 542,1*; Mil 78,5,7; Moh 191,2), kasinâ°
(D III 268,20; M II 14,30; A V 46,2; Paṭis I 28,11),
kāyâ° (D III 243,15; 280,9; 290,22; M III 216,11;
Dhs 138,26 foll; Vibh 70,5,25; 401,29; Dukap 131,12;
179,22; Nett 89,23; Vism 481,7), khandhâ° (-dhātu,
Spk III 192,28; Moh 45,10; 224,4; 264,10; 276,36),
gandhâ° (D III 243,18; 290,21; M III 216,16; Dhs
126,18; 141,25 foll; Vibh 70,4,23; 401,27; Yam I 52,6;
Vism 481,6; Paṭis I 7,10), ghānâ° (D III 243,15 ; 280,8;
290,21; M III 216,11; Paṭis I 7,10; Dhs 136,16 foll;
Vibh 70,3,23; 401,27; Vism 481,6), cakkhâ° (D III
243,14; 280,8; 290,20; M III 216,10; Paṭis I 7,8; Kv
467,25; Dhs 134,2 foll; Vibh 70,3,27 foll.; 401,25;
Dhātuk 34,1; 121,3; Yam I 52,4; Dukap 124,11; 131,11;
Vism 481,5; As 306,1; Abhidh-av 72,5 ; 76,3-4; Rūpār
153; Moh 123,29; 124,2), chaṭṭhâ° (Vism 565,27;
Vibh 138,31; 144,9), chaphassâ° (M III 239,11-22),
chaḷ-° (Pj II 429,2; Pet 116,17), jivhâ° (M III 216,11;
D III 243,14; 280,9; 290,21; Paṭis I 7,11; Dhs 137,22
foll; Vibh 70,4; Yam I 52,5; Vism 481,7), tad-° (M I
303,34-36), titthâ° (M I 483,21,23; A I 173,13; 175,20;
Nidd II 154,21; Vibh 145,8; 367,28; Mp II 272,15 foll;
Dhp-a II 63,2),theramahātherâ°(Mhv LXXXIV 38),
devâ° (It-a II 168,30; Paṭis-a 89,1; As 140,32), dvā-
dasâ
° (Vibh 70-73; 401,6,24; Yam I 52 foll.; Peṭ 113,19;
Vism 481,5 ; As 30,25), dhammâ° (D III 243,19; M III
216,17; Paṭis I 7,13; Dhs 18,21 foll; Vibh 70,6 foll;
Yam I 52,8; Spk III 18,28; Peṭ 99,22 foll; 113,22;
Vism 481,8; As 30,26; 154,30; 207,38; Vibh-a 46,27;
Moh 18,6,8; 124,3,7; 307,6), dhātu-° (Pj II 426,26),
nekatitthâ° (Ja IV 110,12'), nekâ° (S I 42,21 = Ja
IV 110,6*), nevasaññānāsaññâ° (D II 69,21; 112,17;
Dhs 241,11; As 207,30 foll; Paṭis-a 89,6), paripakkâ°
(Paṭis-a 242,13), paripuṇṇâ° (Spk II 28,13; Ja I 381,5),
puññâ° (Att IV 4), pū'gâ° (Ja VI 108,7), phassâ°
(D I 45,13,18 : M II 237,29; 238,1; S I 113,1; A I 176,8;
Th 116; Pet 49,13; Spk II 39,2), phoṭṭhabbâ° (D III
243,17; 290,22; M III 216,16; Dhs 126,19-20; 145,2
foll; 146,8 foll; Vibh 70,5,25; 401,29; Dukap 131,32;
Yam I 52,7; Spk III 18,28; As 332,8; Vism 481,7),
bāhirâ° (Ps III 52,15), manâ° (D III 243,16; 280,9;
M III 216,12 ; Dhs 18,21 foll; Vibh 70,6,26 ; 79,5 ; 401,30;
Yam I 52,7; Peṭ 99,21; As 140,30 foll; Paṭis-a 242,6;
Nidd-a I 290,14; Kv-a 136,28; Vism 481,8; Vibh-a
47,13,20; Moh 18,6-7; 124,6; 307,5), mahātherâ°
(-tthāna, Mhv LXXXIV 38,40), rajatâ° (Sadd 361,14;
Vism 482,6; Vibh-a 46,4; Paṭis-a 83,28), ratanâ° (As
141,4; Sadd 577,3), rasâ° (D III 243,18 ; 290,21; M III
216,16; Dhs 142,23 foll.; Vibh 70,5,24; 401,28; Yam
I 52,6; Tikap 2,1; Vism 481,7), rājâ° (Vin I 3,33; Ja I
80,6,16; IV 363,9; VI 122,3; Mhv I 52,67,68; Jinac
280), rūpâ° (D III 243,17; 290,20; M III 216,15; Dhs
139,23 foll; Vibh 70,3,21; 401,25; Dukap 131,32;
Tikap 1,23; Yam I 52,5 ; Vism 481,5 ; 566,9: Abhidh-av
76,1), vaṇṇâ° (Ps III 132,21; 140,7), Vāsudevâ° (Vism
482,5; As 141,3; Paṭis-a 83,26; Vibh-a 46,2; Sadd
361,12 ; 577,1), viññāṇânañcâ° (D II 112,9; Peṭ 151,21;
Dhs 241,11; As 205,23 ≠ 206,4), viññāṇâ° (S I 115,12
foll.), vimuttâ° (D III 241,3; 279,9; A II 121,9; Pet
19,6 foll.; Mp II 272,28; Th-a II 76,17; Sadd 397,3),
saddâ° (D III 243,17; 290,20; M III 216,16; Dhs
140,27 foll.; Vibh 70,4,22; 401,26; Yam I 52,6; Tikap
1,25; Vism 481,6; Ps I 37,23), samphassâ° (M III
239,23-26), sabbâ° (Sn 373), saḷ-° (S II 3,30; Spk II
31,15; 391,3; Kv 469,5; Kv-a 136,27; Mogg III 70;
Peṭ 15,4 ff.; Vism 529,15 ; 562,15 — 566,31), sāmaññâ°
(Peṭ 194,27), sippâ° (Sadd 504,5; D I 51,3; Nidd I
389,20; Vibh 324,34; 353,19; Mil 78,5,8; Mhv XXXVII
101), suvaṇṇâ° (Vibh-a 46,3; Vism 482,6; As 141,4;
Paṭis-a 83,28; It-a II 168,32; Sadd 361,13; 577,2),
sotâ° (D III 243,15; 280,8; 290,20; M III 216,11; Dhs
135,11 foll; Vibh 70,3,22; 401,26; Kv 468,18; Yam I
52,4; Vism 481,5); — — °attha, m., the meaning of
ā°; Peṭ 114,5 foll.; — °antara, n., the peculiarity of
the āyatanas; Ps II 256,14; As 11,28; — — °uppāda,
m., the coming into existence of the āyatanas; Vin I
185,2* (Sp 1083,5) - A III 378,28* (Mp III 393,5,10);
Th 641 (Th-a II 271,20); — °ûpacaya, m., the heaping
up, piling up, accumulation of
āyatanas; Peṭ 120,24;
Dhs trsl. 195; — °ûpadhi, m., the substratum of
inward
āyatanas; Nidd-a II 22,8; — °-kathā, f.,
account of the āyatanas; acc. sg. tesu ~aṁ sajjhāyan-
tesu sare nimittaṁ gahetvā, Mhv-ṭ 191,8; °-savaṇa
(ib. 193,2); — °-kusala, mfn., skilled in the āyatanas;
yato bhikkhu dhātu-kusalo ca hoti, ~o ca hoti. . .
ettāvatā paṇḍito bhikkhu vīmamsako ti alam va-
canāyā ti, M II 162,5 ≠ Spk I 119,21; catūhi vā
kāraṇehi paṇḍito: dhātu-kusalo +, Spk II 390,1 foll.;
khandhakusaīā +, Nidd I 69,2 foll. ≠ 171,10 foll. ad Sn
782, 830 'kusalā'; cf. Nidd II 128,1 foll.; — °-kusalatā,
f. (abstr. to prec), skill in the āyatanas; atthi Bhaga-
vatā jānatā passatā arahatā sammāsambuddhena
dve dhammā samkhātā: ~ā ca paṭiccasamuppāda-
kusalatā ca, D III 212,20; dvādasâyatanāni. . . yā te-
saṁ āyatanānaṁ ~ā paññā pajānanā etc. amoho
dhammavicayo sammādiṭṭhi, ayaṁ vuccati ~ā,
Dhs 229,22 foll. (As 395,5); esa nayo ~āya pi, Moh
113,16; — °-ghaṭṭana, n., striking together, rubbing,
friction of the
āyatanas; abl. sg. ~ato phasso jāyati,
Vism 583,13 (Vism-mhṭ Se III 388,8); — °-cariyā, f.,
conduct with reference to the
āyatanas; Paṭis II 19,8,21;
20,6; 225,3,14; 226,1; nom. sg. ~ā ti: chasu ajjhatta-
bāhiresu āyatanesu, Nidd II 141,10; Paṭis II 19,12;
225,6 (Nidd-a II 99,30; Paṭis-a 542,30; 543,22); in-
driyesu guttadvārānaṁ ajjhattikâyatanesu ~ā, Cp-a
17,18; — °-tta, n. abstr.; abl. sg. ~ā, As 140,32; —
°-desanā, f., discourse on the āyatanas; arūpabheda-
vibhāvinī khandhadesanā, rūpabhedavibhāvinī ~ā,
tadubhayabhedavibhāvinī dhātudesanā, Moh 129,10;
— °-dvāra, n., door-way to the āyatanas; kammajaṁ
°-vasena pākaṭaṁ hoti, Vism 624,7 (Vism-mhṭ Se
III 485,7 āyatanasaṅkhātadvāravasena); — °-dhā-
tu-niddesa
, m., exposition of the āyatanas and dhā-
tus; title of chapter XV of the Visuddhimagga, Vism
481-490; — °-dhīra, mfn., wise in the āyatanas;
nom. pl. khandha-dhīrā +, Nidd I 45,8; — °-nā-
natta
, n., the multiformity of the āyatanas; (Tathā-
gato) ~aṁ pajānāti, Vibh 339,23 (Vibh-a 456,20-22);
— °-niddesa, m., Vism 481-484, mentioned Ps I
221,23; Vibh-a 45,3; — °-paññatti, f., description,
classification of the
āyatanas; aparaṁ pana etad ānut-
tariyaṁ yathā Bhagavā dhammaṁ deseti ~īsu,
D III 102,24 (Sv 885,19-26); cha paññattiyo:
khandha-paññatti ~i etc., Pp 1,5 (cf. Sv 916,36);
kittāvatā āyatanānaṁ ~i yāvatā dvādasâyatanāni:
cakkhâyatanam +, Pp 1,12; atthi sāvakassa ~i, Kv
315,31; — °-padesa, m., the region or field of the āya-
tanas; As 30,21; — °-pariyanta, m., limit of the āya-
tanas; loc. sg. khandhapariyante ṭhito, dhātupariyante
ṭhito, ~e ṭhito, Nidd I 21,26; 460,24; — °-pucchā, f.,
the question of the
āyatanas; tisso pucchā: khandhapuc-
chā, dhātupucchā, ~ā, Nidd I 340,31; — °-bheda, m.,
the division of the
āyatanas; Pj II 429,1-2; Abhidh-av
77,16; — °-macchariya, n., selfishness of the āyata-
nas; khandhamacchariyam pi macchariyaṁ, dhātu
macchariyam pi macchariyaṁ, ~am pi macchariyaṁ
gāho, idaṁ vuccati macchariyam, Nidd I 37,14; 128,25;
135,1; 227,29; — °-mātikā, f., title of Yam I 52-53
accord, to Moh 292,13; — °-māra, m., āyatana-devil;
kammâbhisaṅkhāra-vasena paṭisandhiko khandha-
māro dhātumāro ~o, Nidd II 227,9 ad Sn 1103; —
°-yamaka, n., title of Yam I 52-164; °-mātikatthavaṇ-
ṇanā, Moh 292,8—293,13; °-mātikā, ib. 292,10; °-vaṇ-
ṇanā, mentioned Vism-mhṭ Se III 338,19; — °-lak-
khana
, n., characteristic of the āyatanas; Ud-a 42,25;
Vism 528,18 (Vism-mhṭ Se III 257,17); — °-loka, m.,
world, sphere of the
āyatanas; Paṭis I 122,15; 174,30;
Pj II 428,12; Ja I 131,29; Nidd I 46,1; 72,18; 78,30;
97,18; 344,14; 409,13; II 240,19; — °-vavatthāna, n.,
determination, analysis of the
āyatanas; Peṭ 163,6; —
°-vibhaṅga, m., classification of the āyatanas; title of
the 2nd chapter of the
Vibhaṅga; Vibh 70-81; Vibh-a
45-54; °-mātikatthavaṇṇanā, Moh 123,14—126,22;
°-mātikā, ib. 123,16; — °-saṅgaha, m., collection or
inclusion of the
āyatanas, Dhātuk 34,5 foll. (ct. 122,8);
— °-sabba, n., the whole of the āyatanas; Sadd 269,33;
270,7; — °-sahagata, mfn., connected with the āyata-
nas; Peṭ 147,18; — °-sevi(n), mfn., resorting to worthy
objects or persons
(cf. anāyatana-sevin); ajjhattañ ca
payuttassa tathâ~ino anibbindiyakārissa samma-d-
attho vipaccati, Ja V 121,15* (Ct.: tathâ~ino ti tath'
eva sīlavante puggale sevamānassa, Ja V 123,1'); —
°-so, ind. [sa. *āyatana-śas], by the way of the āya-
tanas; idha bhikkhu dhātuso upaparikkhati, ~ upa-
parikkhati, paṭicca-samuppādaso upaparikkhati, S III
65,14; idaṁ assa paṭhamaṁ ṭhānaṁ gataṁ hoti pat-
tagataṁ ~ paribhuttaṁ, A II 67,37 (Ct.: ~ pari-
bhuttan ti kāraṇen' eva paribhuttaṁ bhogajātaṁ
hoti, Mp III 99,16); indriyesu saṁvuto tass' eva
alobhassa pāripūriyaṁ mama ~ cittam anupādāya,
Peṭ 64,22.