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udara

, n. [ts.], 1. the belly, abdomen, stomach;
waist
(of men and animals); 2. cavity, interior; 3. the
dome of a
thūpa (with the relics as gabbha); —
Abh 271; — 1. in lists of parts of body: Sn 609; Nidd
II 272,15; Vism 192,9; — kāyaṁ abbhunnāmetvā,
~aṁ pasāretvā, Spk II 152,13; patta-mukha-vaṭṭiyā
~aṁ āhananto viya pattaṁ unnāmeti, Ps III 390,16;
(rājā) jiṇṇa-mātugāme . . . ~e pahārāpetvā, Ja II 142,
26; ass[ā/a] (of pregnant rival) itarā ~aṁ disvā, Dhp-a I
47,9; ~e masūrakaṁ bandhitvā (to simulate pregnancy),
Ja IV 87,19; ≠ Ap-a 118,29: dāru-maṇḍalaṁ ~e ban-
dhitvā; (monkey to crocodile) sace hi amhākaṁ ~e
hadayaṁ bhaveyya, Ja II 159,22; (kukkuṭassa) ~aṁ
sodhetvā "having drawn the cock", 412,10; ~ena pari-
sakkitvā vicaraṇa-ṭṭhānaṁ etaṁ (nāga-bhavanaṁ),
Mp I 253,19; (sigālo hatthi-sarīraṁ) ~e ḍasi, Ja I 502,
20; (sigālo) nipajjita-kāle ~aṁ pattharitvā nipajjati,
502,27; — lying down on ~ as token of respect, apology,
surrender:
devī . . . ~ena nipajjitvā . . . "arahanto
. . . sve āgantvā bhikkhaṁ gaṇhantū" ti āha, Mp I
173,8; paccekabuddhaṁ . . . upagantvā pādamūle
~ena nipajji: "aparādhaṁ me, bhante, khamathā"
ti, Ras II 55,16; (kukkuro) paccekabuddhassa pāda-
mūle ~ena nipajji, Mp I 420,26; sigālo taṁ (sīhaṁ)
disvā palāyituṁ asakkonto ~ena nipajji, Ja III 113,3;
(sīho) sigālaṁ . . . ~ena nipannaṁ disvā, 322,2; bala-
kāyo gahitāni āvudhāni chaḍḍetvā ~ena nipajji, V
478,5; jīvifatthikā ~ena nipajjantu, 310,7; tena
bhītā . . . sayiṁsu ~ena te, Mhv XXXV 36; — asu-
kassa nāma ~aṁ uddhumātaṁ, As 404,14; (miga-
potaka simulating death) vāta-ggahaṇena ~aṁ ud-
dhumātakaṁ katvā, Ja I 164,9; — slit, rip open belly:
brāhmaṇī satthaṁ gahetvā . . . ~aṁ opāṭesi (so read
for Ee
opādesi, K uppādesi), D II 331,19; asinā attano
~aṁ phāḷesi, Ps III 345,1; te attano ~aṁ phāletvā
antaṁ bāhiram karontā viya..., Ja VI 384,1;
supaṇṇo . . . ~aṁ assa (nāga-rājassa; Ee w. r. ~assa)
phāletvā . . . , III 397,27; — ~ = waist: ratta-paṭaṁ
~e bandhitvā, Ja II 88,19; ratta-paṭaṁ (sindhava
-potakassa) ~e parikkhipitvā, 290,22; ~e baddha-
ratta-paṭṭo, VI 275,7; Cānuraṁ ~e veṭhetvā, IV 82,6;
~e baddha-sāṭakam pi chaḍḍetvā palāyiṁsu, VI 409,
13; "majjhe va nam chindissāmī" ti ~aṁ parāmasi,
468,7; (hatthino) heṭṭhā ~e kambalaṁ, 488,21; —
~ as seat or symbol of hunger and voracity, as organ of
nutrition:
~assa kāraṇā pabbajito, Vin I 57,37; kāya-
gutto vacī-gutto āhāre ~e yato, Sn 78; ~e saṁyato
siyā, 716 = Mil 213,6*; (porisâdo) raṭṭhāto bhaṭṭho
~assa hetu, Ja V 489,4*; tass' ūdarass' ahaṁ dūto,
II 320,7*,9*; mama posetabbā bahū, ~āni pūretab-
bāni, VI 468,20; . . . kumārī vindate patiṁ ~ass' upa-
rodhena, 508,4*; ~e baddho hutvā (bound to my
gluttony
), Sp 896,26; — intestines, esp. digestive cavity:
(glowing iron ball swallowed) ~am pi daheyya, A IV
131,28; ~e bhavaṁ udariyaṁ, Sadd 790,2; cf.
1udariya; (āhāro) anto ~aṁ pavisitvā, Vism 344,33;
na udariyaṁ jānāti: ahaṁ . . . ~e ṭhitam, na pi ~aṁ
jānāti: mayi udariyaṁ ṭhitaṁ, Pj I 59,10 ≠ Vism
358,31; anatomical description of digestive cavity Vism
258,23 foll. ≠ Pj I 58,1 foll.; (wrong) expl. of ~ as syn.
of
udariya Pj II 247,26 ad Sn 195 °-pūro q. v.; — 2.
see ifc. ambujo°, ubbhāsito°, kamalo°, bhuvano°,
bhogâvali-mandiro°; — 3. rājā taṁ sabbaṁ pidahā-
petvā cetiyaṁ karonto ~ena saddhiṁ caturassa-
koṭṭhakaṁ niṭṭhāpesi, Thūp 96,31; — ifc. acco°,
ati-°, an-° (Sadd 889,28; Bv-a 207,9), anto-°-gata,
ambujo° (Subodh 120; pṭ and nṭ Be p. 144), ud-
dhumāta-
° (Ja II 412,24), uddhumāto° (Ja III 507,
19), ubbhāsito° (Mhv LXXIII 76), ūn'-° (Ja II 293,
27*; VI 295,11*, v.l. ūn'ū°), ūn'ū° (Sn 707; Ja VI
258,6), ūno° (Dhp-a I 170,23), kamalo° (Ap 479,23),
kumbh'ū° (Ja VI 548,28*), Cūlo° (see PPN), than'u°
(D II 266,4*; Sv 701,32), nīlo° (Ja I 171,1), pād'ū°
(Sn. 604), piso° (Pj I 107,28), pūrito° (Pv-a 283,12),
bhuvano° (Dāṭh V 62), bhogâvali-mandiro° (Dāṭh
I 56), maho° (Ja II 404,6; IV 294,22), Maho° (see
PPN; Mah'-° Samantak 555, 585), milāt'-° (Spk
II 337,21), vadh'-° (Sadd 612,11), sako° (Samantak
317), sallahuk'ū° (Th-a III 99,9), saho° (Pj II 370,22).