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āhundarika

, mfn., unpleasant, difficult to go
through, impassable, impenetrable
(?); nom. pl. f. ~ā
samaṇānaṁ Sakyaputtiyānaṁ disā andhakārā, na
imesaṁ disā pakkhāyanti, Vin I 79,30 (v. l. āhun-
nākirakā or āhuntākirakā; Horner trsls. "the district
is crowded up with . .
.") ≠ IV 297,12 (v. l. āhuntarikā;
= sambādhā, Sp 933,30; acc. to H.Smith, Vjb has
ahundarikā ti paṭhanti, but Vjb Be 1960 380,12 has
ā-); nom. sg. n. taṁ ṭhānaṁ ~aṁ andhatamam iva
hoti sududdasaṁ (Vism duddasaṁ) duppaññena (i. e.
purimabhave nāmarūpaṁ), Paṭis-a 366,17 = Vism
413,6 (mhṭ Se II 315,6 samantato upari ca ghana-
saṁchannaṁ sambādhaṭṭhānaṁ; trsl. Maung Tin
"narrow like utter darkness"; Ñtl. "wie eine undurch-
dringbare undurchsichtige Finsternis";
Ñm. "as it were
shut away in darkness";
D. Kosambi, Vism-dīpikā
(Benares 1943) 100,4 aho ca undūrā ca accamaccaṁ
passituṁ na sakkonti tādisaṁ [stc!]); — Rem. H.
Smith refers to Hemacandra, Deśin I 66 āhunduro
vale (Ct. āhunduro vālaḥ āhundurū vāla ity anye),
but cannot bridge the gap in meaning; cf. also Vinaya-
koshaya
II (Panadure 1958) s. v. (= karadara
"teasing, troublesome, annoying, pestering", Carter's
Sinhalese Did.); Morris, JPTS 1884 p. 73 trsls.
"crowded up, blocked up, impassable", referring to

√huṇḍ "to accumulate"; D.Andersen: abhrānta-
rita(?), cf. sa. āguṇṭhita (guṇḍita).