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Iti-vuttaka

, n. (abstracted from iti vuttaṁ "thus
it has been said"; BUS
itivṛttaka, cf. BHSD s. v.),
1. the sixth of the nine aṅgas of the holy scriptures (cf.
Lamotte, Histoire du Bouddhisme Indien, 158;
Egaku Mayeda, TSTR, 302-324, Japanese), accord, to
its definition
(see below) identical with 2. the 4th part
of the
Khuddaka-Nikāya (It), consisting of 112 short
suttas, divided into 4 nipātas, subdivided into vaggas
(of each sutta, the prose begins with the words vuttaṁ
h'etam, and the verse portion is introduced with the
phrase
tatth'etaṁ iti vuccati); — 1. defined: vuttam
hietaṁ bhagavatā ti-ādi-naya-ppavattā dvadas'ut-
tara-sata-suttantā ~an ti veditabbaṁ, Sp 28,21 =
Sv 24,9 = Ps II 106,20 = Mp III 6,6 = Nidd-a I
270,9 = As 26,24 = Ss 38,7 = Gv 57,25; mentioned in
list of the nine
aṅgas: Vin III 8,8; M I 133,24; A II 7,2;
103,10 etc.; Pp 43,30; 62,34; Nidd I 143,29; 234,18;
II 192,30; Mil 263,2; Sp 28,5; Sv 23,32; Mp I 109,28;
Ud-a 4,15; Th-a I 2,27; Pv-a 2,25; Vv-a 4,2; Ap-a
103,8; As 26,9; Dīp IV 15; Ss 37,28; Gv 57,10; in list
of
aṅgas 1.4—9: Kacc-v 277 (twice); as a pl.: satthā
~esu suttantaṁ kathento, Ja III 409,21; — — 2.
Gv 57,2; Pit-sm §26; mentioned Sp 18,12; 742,10;
Sv 15,23; 17,11; 566,5; Mp III 159,8; Pj I 12,7; As
18,29; Mil-ṭ 42,9; Mhbv 94,26; Ss 37,21; quoted e.g.
Kv 254,1; 477,15; Nidd I 15,11; 16,17; 58,3 = 335,26;
360,5; 363,9; 364,19; 453,32; Vism 299,8; 509,16; Ps
I 63,26; 87,11; 95,1; 112,10; 160,2; III 133,1; IV 170,7;
Mp II 184,18; Pj I 137,4; 150,14; Th-a I 27,8; 177,28;
II 248,6; III 69,7; 156,3; Saddhamma-s 27,25; 29,22*
(here Iti-uttakam); 30,22; — Ee by Ernst Windisch,
London 1890 (PTS), reprinted 1948 with a list of
Errata;
trsl.s: by J. H. Moore with an introduction
and notes,
New York 1908 (under the title "Sayings of
the Buddha"
); by K. Seidenstūcker, Leipzig 1921
(German); by F. L. Woodward with an introduction
by
C. A. F. Rhys Davids, London 1935 (entitled
"As it was said"
); — literature: The Logia (Criticism of
It), in "Open Court", Jan. 1901, p. 45; J. H. Moore,
Collation of the Siamese edition of the It, JPTS 1906—7,
p. 176—181; K. Watanabe, A Chinese Collection of
Itivuttakas, ib. 44—49; on the metrics, see J. H. Moore
in JAOS vol. 28, p. 317—330; — — °-aṭṭhakathā,
f., named Paramatthadīpanī (q. v.), commentary on It,
composed by Dhammapāla; Gv 60,6; 69,23; Piṭ-sm
§ 120; Sās 33,8 (here Iti-vutta-), mentioned Th-a I
36,20; quoted Upāsakāl 225,21; — Ee by M. M. Bose,
2 vols., London 1934—36 (PTS); — °-vaṇṇanā,
f., id.; mentioned Ud-a 46,18; Th-a I 167,1; 194,7;
III 17,23; — °-ṭīkā, f., sub-commentary on It; Pit-sm
§ 217.