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kāṇa

, mf()n. and m. [ts.], 1. one-eyed or blind in
one eye; 2. used metaphorically for mental blindness:
confused, bewildered, unenlightened; syn.
andha; —
gramm. lit.: kaṇa nimīlane ... ~o, Sadd 535,28; akkhi-
nā ~o, Kacc-v 293; ~o ti ekena va dvīhi vā akkhīhi
parihīnakkhi, Sadd 535,28; — lex. lit.: ~o akkhīnam
ekena suñño, andho dvayena, Abh 321; — exeg.: ~o
ti pasannandho vā hotu pupphâdīhi vā upahatapa-
sādo, yo dvīhi vā ekena vā akkhinā na passati, so na
pabbājetabbo, Mahāpaccariyaṁ pana ekakkhikāṇo
~o ti vutto, dveakkhikāṇo andhena saṅgahito ti,
Mahā-aṭṭhakathāyaṁ jaccandho andho ti vutto, tas-
mā ubhayam pi pariyāyena yujjati, Sp 1030,20 foll.;
~o ti ekakkhikāṇo vā ubhayakkhikāṇo vā, Ps IV
213,21 = Spk I 163,1 = Mp II 176,13 = Pp-a 227,27; -an
ti ekakkhiubhayakkhikāṇaṁ, Nidd-a 217,7; — of per-
sons:
(a one-eyed or blind person does not obtain pabbaj-
jā) ~aṁ + ... kuṇiṁ +, Vin I 91,13; so ca hoti dub-
baṇṇo + ... ~o vā hoti kuṇī vā +, II 90,23 = M III
169,31 = S I 94,2 = A I 107,26 = Pp 51,26; Spk I 33,27 =
42,6; na ... ~ā vā kuṇī vā, Sv-pṭ III 202,16 (said of the
inhabitants of the
Uttarakuru); vātarogo uppajjitvā ...
~aṁ karoti +, Spk II 291,19 = Vibh-a 6,2; āsivisā ...
ḍasitvā -am pi karonti +, Spk III 15,28; Mp II 220,21;
sunakhī sūkarī ~ā kuṇī ti ... akkosantiyā vācāya, Sp
928,14; ~āya ca khañjāya ca +, Thī 438; ~o ti akkhīni
nimīletvā pekkhanako, Sv-pṭ III 156,7 (ad Sv 937,17);
ekaṁ yogaṁ datvā akkhīni ~āni karohi, Ja VI 74,27;
of animals: ~o kacchapo, M III 169,13 = S V 455,25
(v. kāṇakacchapa); ekakkhihatā ~ā gāvī, Sv 834,20
(ad D III 38,15); Thī 438; Ps V 12,10; — ifc. ubhay'-ak-
khi-
°; ek'-akkhi-°; go-° (D III 38,14); dve-akkhi-°
(Sp 1030,23); ratti-° (Ja IV 429,15); — considered as
inauspicious:
amaṅgalaṁ ... ~aṁ, Nidd I 88,7; — 2.
rāgena ~ā honti +, Sp 819,15; ~o, Thī-a 248,30 (ad Thī
441: andho); paññāya abhāvato ~o, Paṭis-a 414,14 (ad
Paṭis I 129,16: andho).[[side 366]]