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kaṭṭha-mukha

, m(fn.), (bhvr.) "wood mouth"
(snake); used of a snake whose poison causes the
body to become stiff as a log
(v. exeg. infra); —
exeg.: tattha cattāro āsīvisā ti, ~o pūtimukho
aggimukho satthamukho ti ime cattāro. tesu ~ena
ḍaṭṭhassa sakalasarīraṁ, sukkhakaṭṭhaṁ viya, thad-
dhaṁ hoti ... ~o hi ḍaṭṭhaviso diṭṭhaviso phuṭṭha-
viso vātaviso ti catubbidho hoti, Spk III 6,17 (ad S IV
172,24); — patthaddho bhavati kayo ḍaṭṭho ~ena vā,
paṭhavīdhātuppakopena hoti ~e va so, Vism 367,31* =
Spk III 13,5,6* qu. As 300,16*, Pj II 458,3; Spk III 12,32;
— °âdi-āsīvisa-ḍaṭṭha, mfn., bitten by a "wood
mouth" snake or the like;
catusu vā dhātusu ~o viya
kayo, paṭhavīdhātuppakopena tāva thaddo hoti
kaliṅgarasadiso, Pj II 458,1; — °-āsīvisa, m.,
"wood mouth" snake;
ettha ca ~o viya paṭhavīdhātu
daṭṭhabbā, Spk III 12,30.