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Concise Pali-English Dictionary by A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera
ānejja:ānañja,āneñja a. [a-iñjya,BSk. ānijya,āniñjya,aniñjya] 不動的. cf. āṇañja.
パーリ語辞典 水野弘元著
ānejja:ānañja,āneñja a. [a-iñjya,BSk. ānijya,āniñjya,aniñjya] 不動の. cf. āṇañja.
増補改訂パーリ語辞典 水野弘元著
ānejja,ānañja,āneñja a. [a-iñjya. BSk. ānijya,āniñjya,aniñjya] 不動の. cf. āṇañja,ānañja
PTS Pali-English dictionary The Pali Text Society's Pali-English dictionary
Ānejja,and Ānañja [abstr. fr. an + *añja or *ejja = *ijja. The Sanskritised equivalent would be *iñjya or *iñgya of ing to stir,move,with a peculiar substitution of *aṅg in Pāli,referring it to a base with ṛ (probably Sk. ṛj,ṛñjati) in analogy to a form like Sk. ṛṇa = Pāli aṇa & iṇa,both a & i representing Sk. . The form añja would thus correspond to a Sk. *añjya (*añgya). The third P. form ān-eñja is a direct (later,and probably re-instituted) formation from Sk. iñjya,which in an interesting way became in BSk. re-sanskritised to āñijya (which on the other hand may represent āñejja & thus give the latter the feature of a later,but more specifically Pāli form). The editions of P. Texts show a great variance of spelling,based on MSS. vacillation,in part also due to confusion of derivation] immovability,imperturbability,impassibility. The word is n. but occurs as adj. at Vin.III,109 (ānañja samādhi,with which cp. BSk. ānijyā śāntiḥ at Av. Ś I.199. -- The term usually occurs in cpd. ānejja-ppatta (adj.) immovable lit. having attained impassibility,expld. by Bdhgh. at Vin.III,267 (on Pār. I.1,6) as acala,niccala,i. e. motionless. This cpd. is indicated below by (p.) after the reference. -- The various spellings of the word are as follows:-- 1. ānejja D.I,76 (v. l. ānañja-p.) A.II,184 (p.); III,93 (p.),100 (p.),377 sq. (p.); Nd2 471 (v. l. aneja,ānañja) = Vbh.137 (āneñja); Nd2 569a (v. l. ānañja),601 (v. l. anejja & aneñja); Pug.60 (p.); DA.I,219 (v. l. BB āneñja). -- 2. ānañja Vin.III,4 (p.) (v. l. ānañca°,anañja°,ānañja°; Bdhgh. ānejja° p. 267),109; Ud.27 (samādhi,adj. v. l. ānañca); DhA.IV,46. See also below cpd. °kāraṇa. -- A peculiarity of Trenckner a spelling is āṇañja at M.II,229 (v. l. aṇañja,aneñja,āneñja),253,254. -- 3. āneñja S.II,82. (v. l. āṇañje,or is it āṇeñja?); D.III,217 (°âbhisaṅkhāra of imperturbable character,remaining static,cp. Kvu trsl. 358); Nd1 90 (id.),206,442; Ps.II,206; Vbh.135,340; Vism.377 (p.),386 (sixteen° fold),571; Nett 87,99. ‹-› See also iñjati.

--kāraṇa trick of immovability,i. e. pretending to be dead (done by an elephant,but see differently Morris J P T S. 1886,154) J.I,415; II,325 (v. l. āṇañja,āneñca,ānañca); IV,308; V,273,310. (Page 101)

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