Concise Pali-English Dictionary
A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera

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eka [adj.] same; certain; unknown. (used for the indefinite article). One, (only in the sing.). in plural it gives the meaning “some”.

ekaṃsa [adj.] definite; sure; pertaining to one shoulder.

ekaṃsika [adj.] definite; sure; pertaining to one shoulder.

ekaṃsena [adv.] in all probability.

ekaka [adj.] single; solitary.

ekakkhattuṃ [adv.] once.

ekakkhika [adj.] one-eyed.

ekakkhī [adj.] possessing only one eye.

ekagga [adj.] calm; tranquil.

ekaggatā [f.] tranquillity of mind; onepointedness.

ekaghana [adj.] solid.

ekacara [adj.] one who lives alone.

ekacāri [adj.] one who lives alone.

ekacca [adj.] some; certain; a few.

ekacciya [adj.] some; certain; a few.

ekajjhaṃ [adv.] together; in the same place.

ekatiya [adj.] some.

ekato [ind.] together on one side.

ekatta [nt.] 1. unity; 2. loneliness; 3. agreement.

ekadā [adv.] once; at one time.

ekadesa [m.] a portion; a part.

ekadhā [adv.] in one way.

ekanta [adj.] sure; unfailing; extreme.

ekantaṃ [adv.] surely; certainly.

ekantarika [adj.] alternate; having one in between.

ekantena [adv.] surely; certainly.

ekapaṭalika [adj.] having a single skin for lining.

ekapaṭṭa [adj.] having a single lining.

ekapaṇṇa [adj.] having only a single leaf.

ekapadikamagga [m.] a foot-path.

ekapiṇḍita [adj.] compounded in a single stroke.

ekappahārena [adv.] all at once; by a single stroke.

ekabhattika [adj.] having one meal a day.

ekamantaṃ [adv.] on one side; aside.

ekameka [adj.] one by one; each.

ekarajja [nt.] sovereign power.

ekarattivāsa [m.] spending of a night.

ekavāraṃ [adv.] once.

ekavidha [adj.] of one kind; similar.

ekasāṭaka [adv.] definitely.

ekaso [adv.] singly; one by one.

ekākinī [f.] a lonely person.

ekākī [3] a lonely person.

ekāyana [m.] the only way or means.

ekāsanika [adj.] one who eats only once a day.

ekāha [nt.] one day.

ekāhika [adj.] existing for a day.

ekikā [f.] a solitary woman.

ekidaṃ [ind.] some.

ekībhāva [m.] unity; solitude; loneliness.

ekībhūta [adj.] united; connected; gathered together.

ekūna [adj.] minus one.

ekūnacattāḷīsati [f.] thirty-nine.

ekūnatiṃsati [f.] twenty-nine.

ekūnapaññāsā [f.] forty-nine.

ekūnavīsati [f.] nineteen.

ekūnavuti [f.] eighty-nine.

ekūnasaṭṭhi [f.] fifty-nine.

ekūnasata [nt.] ninety-nine.

ekūnasattati [f.] sixty-nine.

ekūnāsīti [f.] seventy-nine.

ekeka [adj.] one by one; each.

ekodibhāva [m.] onepointedness; concentration.

ejā [f.] craving; motion.

eṭṭhi [f.] search; seeking.

eṇimiga [m.] a kind of antelope.

eṇeyya [m.] a kind of antelope.

eṇeyyaka [nt.] a kind of torture.

eta [demons. pron.] that; this. (mas. sing.); takes this form in some cases.

etarahi [adv.] now; at present.

etādisa [adj.] such like; of this kind.

eti [i + a] comes.

ettaka [adj.] this much; so much.

ettāvatā [adv.] so far; to that extent; by this much.

etto [ind.] from this; here; out of here.

ettha [adv.] here.

edisa [adj.] such; such like.

edisaka [adj.] such; such like.

edha [m.] fuel; firewood.

edhati [edh + a] gains; succeeds in.

edhi [aor. of edhati] gained; succeeded in.

ena :  takes this form in some cases.

enta [pr.p. of eti] coming.

eraka [m.] a kind of grass used for making coverlets.

erakadussa [nt.] a garment made of eraka grass of fibre.

eraṇda [m.] the plant Palma Christi form the seeds of which castor oil is extracted.

erāvaṇa [m.] name of Indra’s elephant.

erāvata [m.] mandarin orange.

erita [pp. of ereti] shaken; set into motion.

ereti [īr + e] shakes; sets into motion.

eresi [aor. of ereti] shaked; set into motion.

elā [f.] 1. saliva; 2. the seed or plant of cardamom. || eḷā (f.), saliva.

eḷaka [m.] a wild goat.

eḷagala [adj.] with oozing saliva. || eḷagalā (f.), the plant Cassia Tora.

eḷamūga [m.] idiot.

eḷāluka [nt.] cucumber.

eva [ind.] (emphatic particle), only.

evaṃ [adv.] thus; in this way; (in reply:) yes.

evaṃrūpa [adj.] this-like or having such a form.

evaṃvidha [adj.] such like.

evam eva [ind.] just so.

evam evaṃ [ind.] exactly; just in the same way.

evarūpa [adj.] such; of such form.

esa :  (euphonic form of eso), that person.

esati [es + a] seeks; searches.

esanā [f.] seeking; longing.

esanta [pr.p. of esati] seeking; searching.

esamāna [pr.p. of esati] seeking; searching.

esi [aor. of esati] sought; searched. || esī (m.), seeker.

esikā [f.] a strong post before a city gate.

esikātthambha [m.] a strong post before a city gate.

esita [pp. of esati] sought; searched.

esitabba [pt.p. of esati] should be sought after.

esitvā [abs. of esati] having sought; having searched.

esinī [f.] seeker.

eso [f.; sing.] esā.

ehinti [v.] they will come.

ehipassika [adj.] that which invites every man to come and see; open to all.

ehibhikkhu :  (the oldest formula of admission to the Order), come O monk.


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