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パーリ語辞典 水野弘元著
beluva:,beḷuva m.[<billa] 木瓜,橡,とち.-salāṭuka [同上].
《巴漢詞典》Mahāñāṇo Bhikkhu編著
Beluva,【陽】 孟加拉蘋果樹(參考 Billa)。 ~pakka,【中】 成熟的孟加拉蘋果。 ~laṭṭhi,【陰】 小的孟加拉蘋果樹。 ~salāṭuka,【中】 未成熟的孟加拉蘋果。(p238)
Beluva,【陽】孟加拉蘋果樹((= Bengal quince,golden apple,Bel(女子名)Arabel(la),Isabel(la)的昵稱)。參考 Billa)。beluvapakka,【中】成熟的孟加拉蘋果。beluvalaṭṭhi,【陰】小的孟加拉蘋果樹。beluvasalāṭuka,【中】未成熟的孟加拉蘋果。beluva-paṇḍuvīṇā,黃色的橡木琴;古譯:琉璃琴、瑠璃寶裝箜篌。
Pali Word Grammar from Pali Myanmar Dictionary
[ဗိလ+ဏုဝ။ ဓာန္၊ ဋီ။ ၅၅၆]
Concise Pali-English Dictionary by A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera
beluva:[m.] the tree Aegle Marmelos.
PTS Pali-English dictionary The Pali Text Society's Pali-English dictionary
Beluva,& Beḷuva [the guṇa-form of billa,in like meaning.It is the diæretic form of Sk.*bailva or *vailva,of which the contracted form is P.bella] 1.the Vilva tree,Aegle marmelos M.I,108; II,6; J.IV,363,368; VI,525,560.-- 2.wood of the Vilva tree S.I,22; D.II,264; Mhbv 31. --pakka ripe fruit of the Vilva J.V,74.--paṇḍu(-vīṇā) a yellow flute made of Vilva wood,representing a kind of magic flute which according to SnA 393 first belonged to Māra,and was then given to Pañcasikha,one of the Heavenly Musicians,by Sakka.See Vism.392 (attributed to Pañcasikha); DhA.I,433 (of Māra; v.l.veḷuvadaṇḍa-vīṇā); III,225 (of P.); SnA 393 (v.l.veluva°).--laṭṭhi a young sprout of the Vilva tree KhA 118.--salāṭuka the unripe fruit of the Vilva,next in size to the smaller kola,surpassed in size by the ripe billa or billi S.I,150=A.IV,170=Sn.p.125.(Page 490)
Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera
Beluva:A village near Vesāli,where the Buddha spent his last vassa.This was ten months before his death (SA.iii.198).According to the Commentaries (e.g.,UdA.322; SA.iii.172) the Buddha did not go straight from Beluva to Vesāli,but turned back to Sāvatthi.He fell grievously ill during this period,but,by a great effort of will,overcame his sickness.During this sickness Sākka ministered to the Buddha,waiting on him and carrying on his head the Buddha’s stools when he suffered from acute dysentery (DhA.iii.269 f.).

It was at this time that the Buddha,in answer to a question by Ananda,said that he had kept nothing back from his disciples and had no special instructions for the Order to follow after his death.Each disciple must work out his own salvation.D.ii.98 ff.; S.v.151ff.

Ananda is also mentioned as having stayed at Beluva after the Buddha’s death.The householder Dasama of Atthakanagara sought him there,amid their conversation is recorded in the Atthakanagara Sutta (M.i.349ff.; A.v.342ff).

Beluva was a small village,and when the Buddha was there the monks stayed in Vesāli.Beluva was just outside the gates of Vesāli (SA.iii.165) and was to the south of this city (MA.ii.571).

The Theragāthā (vs.919) states that Anuruddha died at Veluvagāma in the Vajjī country.This probably refers to Beluvagāma,in which case Veluva is a varia lectio.
Pali Viet Dictionary Bản dịch của ngài Bửu Chơn.
BELUVA:[m] cây marmelos --pakka [nt] trái chín marmelos --laṭṭhi [f] cây marmelos con --salāṭuka [nt] trái marmelos chưa chín
Tipiṭaka Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary တိပိဋက-ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္
[ဗိလ+ဏုဝ။ ဓာန္၊ ဋီ။ ၅၅၆]
U Hau Sein’s Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္(ဦးဟုတ္စိန္)

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