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kadali-kkhandha

, m., the trunk of the plantain; a
symbol of substancelessness; cf.
1kadalī, q.v.; so tattha
passeyya mahantaṁ ~aṁ ujuṁ navaṁ akukkucca-
kajātaṁ (so read with CPD s.v. akukkuccaka°), M I
233,17 = S III 141,27 = IV 167,31; kiñhi siyā bhikkhave
~e sāro, S III 142,2; ~o asāro nissāro sārâpagato,
Nidd I 410,4; ~o viya saṅkhārā, Vism 479,17 =
Vibh-a 32,22; kadalino ti yathā ~assa nissārattā sā-
ratthiko puriso anvesanto pi tato sāraṁ nâdhigac-
chati, Ja VI 442,21' (ad 442, ll*); yathā ca ~o bahuvaṭ-
ṭisamodhāno hoti, Spk II 323,4 foll. = Vibh-a 34,20
foll.; imaṁ vedattayaṁ nāma ~o viya bahi maṭṭaṁ
anto nissāraṁ, Mp I 109,12; yath' eva hi ~ato kiñci
gahetvā na sakkā gopānasiādīnaṁ atthāya upane-
tuṁ, Spk II 323,1 = Vibh-a 34,17; Ap-a 230,18 foll.;
keci pana -amhi (v.l. kadali°) kaṇṭake vā tāḷahīrâ-
dīni vā pavesetvā tattha pupphāni vijjhitvā ṭhapen-
ti, Sp 618,21; — -ṭhapana, n., putting up trunks of
plantains; used as decorations alongside a ceremonial
road; cf.
kadalipuṇṇaghaṭa°, q.v.; only recorded in
cpd.:
okirana-puppha-vikiṇṇa-puṇṇaghaṭa-ṭhapa-
na-~âdi
(Ps III 304,12); — °-patta-vatti-vinibhuñ-
jaka
, mfn., separating the enclosing leaves of the
plantain from its trunk;
~o (v.l. °bhujj°) viya rittamuṭ-
ṭhiviniveṭhako viya, Vibh-a 217,32 = Paṭis-a 174,20 =
Nidd-a I 46,17; for the implications of ~, cf., e.g., M I
233,15 foll.; — °-sadisa, mfn., like the trunk of the
plantain;
saṅkhārā pi asārakaṭṭhena ~ā, Spk II 322,27;
323,12 = Vibh-a 34,16; — ifc. kañcana-° (Ja VI 13,7');
— °-ūru, mfn., having thighs like plantain trunks; vā-
mûrū ti vāmâkārena saṇṭhita-ūru, ~ū (so read with
Be; Ee
°sadisā ū°) ti vā attho, Sv 702,25 (ad D II
266,9); ~u c' eva samuggatasadisathanā ca, Vv-a
280,13; — °-sama, mfn., like the trunk of the plantain;
~aṁ idan ti, Spk I 274,14* = Pj II 397,28*; — °-samā-
na-ūru, mfn., having thighs like plantain trunks; used of
a woman;
vāmurun ti ~uṁ mama sūle nisinnabhā-
vaṁ vadeyyāsi, Ja II 443,21' (ad 443,11*).