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accanta

(mfn.) [sa. atyanta] 1. absolute;
perpetual, uninterrupted (cf. ekaṁsa, ekanta, parama,
etc.). — 2. n. (subst.1}) 'the absolute', i. e. Nibbāna,
Ja V 454,10* (against metre for accutaṁ(?), but already
ib.
455,32' — antâtītaṁ avināsa-dhammakaṁ); Mp
III 432,19; Mil 413,25 (w. r. see accanta-suññatā).
— 3. ~aṁ, (adv.), (a) thoroughly, exceedingly, ex-
tremely,
Rūp p. 87,7 (= atikkante, signification of prp.
ati); Ja III 515,23*; Pj I 180,7 (read accanta-virattā,
v. l.); Saddh 85, 288; — (b) in temporal sense: per-
petually, always,
Ja VI 36,13*; 517,13*; Ja I 223,26*
(nâccanta[ṁ] = na accantaṁ, niccakāle . . . na);
Sp I 107,29 (Sp-ṭ); —. absolutely, SN I 130,20*
(hataputtâmhi; Spk). — °-kāmânugata, mfn.,
extremely obsequious, Ja V 444,4* (cf. 448,19*). __ °-kodhana, mfn., very passionate, Abh 732. —
°-(k)khaya, m., complete destruction, Ps I 54,11; Mp
II 61,4. — °-khāra, mfn., always salt, ~e udake,
Mp II 433,13 = Ps III 586,1. — °-dāliddiya, n.,
extreme poverty,
Ja IV 65,2'. — °-dussīlya, n., Dhp
162 (Dhp-a). — °-niṭṭha, mfn., of absolute perfection
(or firmness), ~o + accanta-yogakkhemī, accanta-
brahmacārī accanta-pariyosāno, MN I 251,1s; AN I
291,25; IV 88,9; V 326,26; do. pl. ~ā, etc., DN II
283,1; SN III 13,7 (Ps II 401,3; MpIII 432,19; Sv
II 449,3; Spk II 319,12); also epith. to Nibbāna:
MN III 4,24 (or °niṭṭhā, f.?). — °niyata, mfn.,
'possessing final assurance',
Kv 586,15. — °-niyāma-
kathā, f., title of Kv XIX,7 (p. 586—9). — °-niyā-
matā, f., 'final assurance', Kv 586,13. — °-nirodha,
m., absolute destruction, annihilation, Ps II 403,6
(: khaya-nirodha). — °-pariyosāna, mfn., who has
attained to the absolute end or to completion,
accanta-
niṭṭha + q. v. above. — °-piya-vādi(n), mfn, always
kindly speaking f.
~inī, Ja VI 473,3*. — °-pemânu-
gata, mfn., with unlimited love, Ja V 448,19* (cf.
444,4*). — °-brahmacāri(n), mfn., of absolute cha-
stity,
accanta-niṭṭha + q. v. above. — °-yogakkhe-
mi(n), mfn., of absolute safety (security), do. ib.
°-lāmaka, mfn., exceedingly low (or vile), Saddh 28.
— °-vaṇṇa, mfn., exceedingly beautiful, f. ~ā, Ja
V 446,9* (= abhirūpavatī, ib. 447,22'). — °-vip-
pavāsa, m., absence for ever, Ja VI 151,4'. — °-vi-
mutta, mfn,, finally emancipated, Ps III 566,19. —
°-virāga, m., the absolute absence of passion, Ps II
403,1 (: khayavirāga). — °-vodāna, n., complete
purification,
Pj I 181,8 (kilesa-mala-samuccheda-ka-
raṇato ~aṁ). — °-samyoga, m. [cf. PāṇlI 3,5],
perpetual continuance ('full duration'); kāladdhānaṁ
~e dutiyā vibhatti hoti, Kacc 300; Sadd III 581;
~e upayogavacanaṁ, Vv-a 71,25; Pv-a 73,3; 135,26;
266,5; Sp I 177,11 (Sp-ṭ) = Ps I 151,18 = Pj II 139,4;
°-attha, m., the sense of ~, Sp I 107,28 (Sp-ṭ); Ps I
9,26; Pj I 106,20. — °-saṁghika, mfn., exclusively
appointed to the order
(cf. saṁgha), Ps II 121,6 (vihāro).
°-santa, mfn., absolutely tranquil, Vism 58,17*.
— °-santi, f., absolute tranquillity, Nidd I 74,1i foll;
Pj II 338,21 (+ tadaṅga-santi, sammuti-santi). —
°-sīla, mfn., Utt. 'highly honest', but according to Ct.
= immoral, of bad morals,
Ja V 448,18* (loc. f. pl.
~āsu (nārisu) = atikkantasīlāsu, ib. 449,18' [quasi
atisīlanta? Tr.]). — °-sukhaṁ, (adv.), in perpetual
happiness,
na ~aṁ edhati, Ja I 488,21* (= niran-
taraṁ sukhaṁ na paṭilabhati) = Ja III 323,20* (= na
ciraṁ sukhaṁ labhati), cf. Ja I 223,26*. — °-sukhu-
tnāla, mfn., extremely delicate, AN I 145,7 (parama-
sukhumālo + : — satata-niddukkho, Mp); Mil 26,26;
Ps III 688,9. — °-suññatā, f., 'absolute emptiness',
(Mil 413,25); Ps III 691,9 (~aṁ vipassanã-lakkhanaṁ
ācikkhituṁ āraddho). — °-suddhi, f., complete purity,
Sn 794 (Pj, Nidd I). — °-seṭṭha, mfn., absolutely
the best one,
Saddh 29 (opp. accanta-lāmaka). —
°-âdhamma-bahula, mfn., exceedingly devoted to
unrighteousness,
Saddh 11. — °-fiparata, mfn., who
has for ever given up
(all lust or desire), Ps II 518,11.