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īrita

, mfn. [ts.], pp. of īreti, q. v.; 1. (Gr., ct.s)
moved, stirred; sent, thrown; Abh 744; Sadd 428,22;
vātena ~aṁ calitaṁ, Vv-a 177,28 (expl. vateritaṁ);
2. uttered, proclaimed (as), described (as), called;
". . ."
itî~aṁ taṁ nemittakassa vacanaṁ, Dāṭh V 12;
sesaṁ puññam apuññañ ca kaṭatta-kammam ~am,
Ss 110,12*; Buddhe . . . ānāpāna-satī c'evaih dasa-
dhânussat' ~ā, Nāmar-p 390; in similar classifica-
tions and definitions e. g.
Abhidh-av 32,24, 46,21, Abh
433, 830, 1183, Sadd 341,33*. — Ifc. jinerita(-naya,
Kacc-v introd. stanza, "proclaimed by", quoted Sadd
613,22); — in the cpd.s anilerita, mālute° (Th 754,
cf. eritam mālutena, 104; Thī 372;° Vv 902), vāte°
(D II 171,22; S V 125,12; Vv vāte 745), hadaye° (Vv 761)
the final member may be īrita or erita; the ct. expl. is
erita e. g. Spk III 175,3, Mp III 311,16, Th-a III 29,6,
but īrita Vv-a 177,28; Pay Fsb. I p. 6 even quotes the
cpd.
vāt'īrita as example of elision of a, whereas Sadd
613,22 quotes māluterita (like jine° above) as an example
of
e from ī after elision of final a (ɔ: what we call e as
sandhi-vowel from
a + ī), and 428,22 īrita and erita
are both quoted under √737 īr; scribal errors might be
behind some of the differences of interpretation.