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Pali Word Grammar from Pali Myanmar Dictionary
ketumatī: ketumatī(thī)
ေကတုမတီ(ထီ)
[ketumantu+ī]
[ေကတုမႏၲဳ+ဤ]
Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera
Ketumatī:1.Ketumatī.-The future name of Bārānasī.It will be at the head of eighty-four thousand towns,the capital of the Cakkavatti Sankha and the birthplace of the Buddha Metteyya.D.iii.75f; J.vi.594; Anāgat.,vv.8,30; according to v.8 it is the same as Kusāvati.

2.Ketumatī.-A river in the Himalaya region.Vessantara,with his wife and children,had a meal on its banks,bathed and drank in the river,and from there went to Nālika.J.vi.518f.

3.Ketumatī.-The palace of the devaMahāsena (a previous birth of Nāgasena).(Mil.,p.6).

4.Ketumatī.-The Pali name for the Burmese city of Taungu (Bode:op.cit.,45).

Ketumatī is in Jeyyavaddhanarattha.It was once the capital of King Mahāsirijeyyasūra who possessed a famous elephant,called Devanāga.Buddhism was established in Ketumatī by a monk from Ceylon who was named Mahāparakkama.It later became the residence of famous monks.Sās.,pp.80,81; see also 101,118,162.
Tipiṭaka Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary တိပိဋက-ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္
ketumatī:ေကတုမတီ (ထီ)
[ေကတုမႏၲဳ+ဤ]
(၁) ေကတုမတီ-မင္းေနျပည္-ၿမိဳ႕ေတာ္။ (၂) ေကတုမတီျမစ္။ (၃) ေကတုမတီဗိမာန္။

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