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uddhana

, n. [sa. *uddhmāna, *uddhāna, Am-k
11 9,29 with ct.], 1. a cooking stove, hearth: either a mere
hole dug into the ground or, usually, three stones or
bricks
(or pottery cones) put in a triangle between which
the wood for the fire is laid and on which the pot.is put

(tayo pāsāṇe ṭhapetvā ukkhaliṁ āropenti, Sv 965,18;
Ja III 425,5 three human skulls used instead); 2. a
blacksmith's furnace;
(see Rhys Davids, SBE XXVI
86 n. 3; I. B. Horner, Mil Trsl. II 72 n. 3; Turner
I-A 95); — ~aṁ ca cullī, Abh 455; cullā . . . ~e,
1119; kammārānañ ca ~e . . . ukkā-saddo pavattati,
Sadd 478,28*; ukkā-mukhe ti ~e, Ps II 148,7; —
ekacce ~āni khaṇanti, Sn 104,23; attano ghare
°-khaṇāpana-dāru-phālanâdīni kāresi, Spk I 312,12;
~aṁ kāretvā, Ja V 385,24; vihāre ~āni kāretvā,
Sv 600,17; tīhi manussa-sīsehi ~am katvā, Ja III
425,5 (manussa-sīs° 425,22'); — to put pot. food,
water etc. on
~ : ~aṁ āropeti: D II 333,1; Spk I 259,3;
Dhp-a I 224,3; Ud-a 118,14; Ras 161,24; ~e āropeti:
Ja I 33,24; V 471,9; Sv 487,11; °âropitaṁ viya uda-
kaṁ, Ja I 472,7; ~e ṭhapesi, Ja III 71,17; udakaṁ
bhājana-gataṁ ~e (aṭ)ṭhapitaṁ, Mil 259,25 foll.;
mahati-mahā-pariyoge °-gate, 118,5; — (pāyāsaṁ)
~ā otāretvā, Ja V 389,19; — ~e maṁsaṁ pacitvā
khādi, Ja III 178,3; — °-kapallāni ca ādāya ("with
hearth
(stones) and pot") upari-mahātalaṁ āruyha
paca, Ja I 346,26; °-ṭṭhānaṁ āgantvā, III 425,7;
°-sajjanâdisu sabba-payogesu, Kkh 3,19; — (miracle)
~ato appa-mattako pi dhūmo na uṭṭhahati, Ja I 68,
24; — Vism 171,10; Pp-a 173,13; Ūpāsak 301,10 (?);
ifc. kammār° (Ps I 175,11, quoted Sadd 478,24);
manussa-sīs° (above); — — °-antara, n., the space(s )
between the three hearth-stones; (parrot ) māretvā ~esu
pakkhipi, Ja II 133,16; — °-kūṭa-sadisa, mfn.,
(buttocks) shaped like the (rounded) tops of hearth-
stones;
(in list of parisa-dūsakas not to be ordained:)
mahā-ānisado vā ~ehi (Ee w. r. °kuṭa°) ānisada-
maṁsehi accuggatehi samannāgato, Sp 1030,8; —
°-koṭi-saṇṭhāna, mfn., i. q.prec.; ānisada-maṁsaṁ
~aṁḷ Vism'252,27 (mhṭ Se II 27,16: °koṭī ti mattikā-
piṇḍena kat'uddhanassa koṭi) = Pj I 46,21 = Vibh-a
235,24; — °-dvāra, n., the door (i.e. opening ?) of
a cooking-stove;
(dog thinking:) ~e (v. l. °-ṭhāne)
chārikaṁ vyūhitvā usumaṁ gaṇhanto nipajjissāmi,
Spk III 69,10; acelo sunakho viya ~e nipanno,
Sv 821,5; — °-panti, f., a row of cooking-stoves;
dvādasa-yojanikaṁ ~iṁ katvā, Dhp-a III 219,23;
cf. next; — °-pāli, f., i. q. prec.; brāhmaṇo ~iṁ
bandhāpetvā, mahā-cātiyo uddhanaṁ āropetvā . . . ,
Spk I 259,3; — °-matthaka, m.n., the top of an u.;
(bhattaṁ) ~e ("is on the stove"), Dhp-a II 3,13; —
°-saṇṭhāna, mfn., shaped like an u.; kaṭi-aṭṭhīni
dve pi ekâbaddhāni (so read) hutvā kumbhakāra-
ka(ta)-~āni (the taw hip-bones when fastened to-
gether are the shape of a potter-made
uddhana), Vism
254,22 = Vibh-a 237,22 ≠ Pj I 50,3: kumbhakārehi
kata-cūli-saṇṭhānāni.