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Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera
Kumma Sutta:1.Kumma Sutta.-A monk should be like the tortoise,inwardly withdrawing (S.i.7).v.l.Dukkara Sutta.

2.Kumma Sutta.-Gains,favours and flattery - these are the snares of Māra,resembling the corded harpoon with which a tortoise all unwittingly was caught of old.S.ii.226.

3.Kumma Sutta.-Like the tortoise who withdrew all his limbs into his shell lest the jackal should catch him,so let the monk ceaselessly guard all his senses from Māra.S.iv.177.

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