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増補改訂パーリ語辞典 水野弘元著
Nārada:m.アシタ仙の甥.= Nālada,Nalaka
Pali Word Grammar from Pali Myanmar Dictionary
nārada: nārada(pu)
[nara+dā+kvi.narānaṃ arahāni ābharaṇāni adāsīti nārado.buddhavaṃ,ṭṭha.217.na+raja.a- āç ja- da-pru.nattha rajo dhūli malaṃ etassāti nārado,ja-kārassa da-kāraṃ katvā.apa,ṭṭha,2.151.]
[နရ+ဒါ+ကြိ။ နရာနံ အရဟာနိ အာဘရဏာနိ အဒါသီတိ နာရေဒါ။ ဗုဒၶဝံ၊ ႒။၂၁၇။န+ရဇ။ အ-ကို အာ,ဇ-ကို ဒ-ျပဳ။ နတၳ ရေဇာ ဓူလိ မလံ ဧတႆာတိ နာရေဒါ၊ ဇ-ကာရႆ ဒ-ကာရံ ကတြာ။ အပ၊ ႒၊၂။၁၅၁။]
Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera
Nārada:1.Nārada BuddhaThe ninth of the twenty four Buddhas,

he was born in the Dhanañjaya park at Dhaññavatī, his father being king Sudeva and his mother Anomā. For nine thousand years he lived as a layman in three palaces:Jitā, Vijjtā and Abhirāmā (BuA.calls them Vijita,Vijitāvī and Jitābhirāma). His wife was Jitasenā (v.l.Vijitasenā),and his son Nanduttara. He made his Renunciation on foot accompanied by his retinue. He practised austerities for only seven days,then, having accepted a meal of milk rice from his wife, he sat at the foot of a mahāsona tree, on grass given by the parkkeeper Sudassana. His first sermon was preached in the Dhanañjaya Park. His body was eighty eight cubits high,and his aura always spread round him to a distance of one league. He died at the age of ninety thousand years in Sudassana,and his thupa was four leagues high. Bhaddasāla and Jjtamitta were his chief monks and Uttarā and Phaggunā his chief nuns. Vāsettha was his personal attendant,and chief among his patrons were Uggarinda and Vasabha,and Indavarī and Candī. Among his converts were the Nāga kings Mahādona and Veracona.The Bodhisatta was a Jatila in Himavā,and the Buddha,with his followers,visited his hermitage,where they were fed for seven days and received gifts of red sandalwood.Bu.x.1ff.; BuA.151ff.; J.i.35f.

2.NāradaThe personal attendant of Sujāta Buddha.Bu.xiii.25.

3.NāradaA Brahmin in the time of Padumuttara Buddha,who praised the Buddha in three stanzas.He was a former birth of Nāgita (or Atthasandassaka) Thera.ThagA.i.180; Ap.i.168.

4.NāradaA brahmin in the time of Atthadassī Buddha,a former birth of Pavittha (or Ekadamsaniya) Thera.He was also called Kesava.ThagA.i.185; Ap.i.168f.

5.NāradaMinister of Brahmadatta,king of Benares.He was entrusted with escorting the ascetic Kesava,when lie fell ill,to Kappa’s hermitage in Himavā.Nārada is identified with Sāriputta.For details see the Kesava Jātaka.J.iii.143ff.,362; DhA.i.344.

6.NāradaA sage,younger brother of Kāladevala and pupil of Jotipāla (Sarabhanga).He lived in the Majjhimapadesa in Arañjaragiri.He became enamoured of a courtesan,and was saved only through the intervention of Sarabhanga.For details see the Indriya Jātaka.J.iii.463ff.; v.133f.

7.NāradaAn ascetic,son of the ascetic Kassapa.He was tempted by a maiden fleeing from brigands,but his father came to his rescue.For details see the Culla Nārada Jātaka.J.iv.220ff.

8.NāradaKing of Mithilā,seventh in direct descent from Sādhina.He is identified with Ananda.For details see the Sādhīna Jātaka.J.iv.355ff.

9.NāradaA brahmin sage,called a devabrāhmana,and Nāradadeva.One day,having wandered about in Tāvatimsa,he was returning to his dwelling in Kañcanaguhā holding a Pāricchattaka flower over his head,when the four daughters of Sakka -

āsā, Saddhā, Sirī and Hirī - asked him to give it to them.He agreed to give it to that one among them whom they should choose as their queen.They sought the advice of their father,who directed them to Macchariya Kosiya.Kosiya decided in favour of Hirī.

Nārada is identified with Sāriputta.For details see the Sudhābhojana Jātaka (J.v.392ff).It is probably this same Nārada who is mentioned as being present when Kunāla delivered his famous diatribe against women.He is described as possessing the pañcābhiññā and as being attended by ten thousand ascetics.When Kunāla had finished his discourse,Nārada supplemented it with all he knew of the vices of women (Ibid.,424,450ff.,456).He is also mentioned as having admonished Mahājanaka when the latter renounced the world.In that context,Nārada is described as belonging to the Kassapa gotta.J.vi.56,58,68.In SNA.i.359 he is called Nārada Devala.This may be a wrong reading for Nāradadeva.

10.NāradaThe Bodhisatta born as a Mahā Brahma.He helped Rujā to convince her father,Angati,of the truth as declared by her.He came down to earth and frightened Angati by revealing to him the horrors of hell.In this context he is described as belonging to the Kassapa gotta.For details see the Mahānāradakassapa Jātaka.J.vi.220,242 ff.; Ap.ii.483.

11.NāradaA celebrated physician,probably identical with the famous sage,No.9,above.Mil.272.

12.NāradaThe fifth future Buddha.Anāgat.p.40.

13.NāradaA Thera,mentioned once as staying at the Ghositārāma in Kosambī,withMūsila,Savittha,and Ananda.In the course of discussion he declares that,though aware of the nature of Nibbāna,he is not an arahant (S.ii.115f).Elsewhere (A.iii.57f) he is mentioned as staying in theKukkutārāma inPātaliputta.At that time KingMunda was grieving over the death of his wife,Bhaddā,to the neglect of everything else,and his treasurer,Piyaka,suggested that he should visit Nārada.The king agreed,and Nārada preached to him on the inevitable ness of old age,disease,death,etc.Munda was consoled,and buried the body of his wife,which he had till then preserved.

He may be identical with the Thera mentioned in the Peta Vatthu Commentary (PvA.2,10,11,14,204,208,210,211) as finding out from various petas the stories of their deeds,and in the Vimāna Vatthu Commentary (VvA.165,169,203) as visiting various vimānas in the course of his wanderings among the deva worlds (devacārikā).He is stated as having repeated the stories he learnt to the dhammasangāhakas to be embodied in their rescensions.

14.NāradaThe Bodhisatta born as an ascetic.For his story see s.v.Devāla.

15.NāradaA Yakkha who presided over Nāradakūta.Offerings,which included a man from each village,were brought to him once a year.Dīpankara Buddha visited him and,after performing many miracles,converted him.He,with ten thousand other Yakkhas,became a sotāpanna.Bu.ii.199; BuA.101.

16.NāradaA class of devas mentioned,with the Pabbatas,as being wise.SN.vs.543; SNA.ii.435; see also J.vi.568,571; Mtu.iii.401.

17.NāradaAn ascetic,also called Kassapa.A former birth ofCankolapupphiya.Ap.i.215.

18.NāradaAn ascetic,also called Kassapa,a former birth ofEkāsanadāyaka.Ap.ii.381.
Tipiṭaka Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary တိပိဋက-ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္
[နရ+ဒါ+ကြိ။ နရာနံ အရဟာနိ အာဘရဏာနိ အဒါသီတိ နာရေဒါ။ ဗုဒၶဝံ၊ ႒။၂၁၇။န+ရဇ။ အ-ကို အာ,ဇ-ကို ဒ-ျပဳ။ နတၳ ရေဇာ ဓူလိ မလံ ဧတႆာတိ နာရေဒါ၊ ဇ-ကာရႆ ဒ-ကာရံ ကတြာ။ အပ၊ ႒၊၂။၁၅၁။]
(၁) နာရဒဘုရားရွင္။ (၂) နာရဒပေစၥကဗုဒၶါ။ (၃) နာရဒေထရ္။ (က) သုဇာတဘုရားရွင္၏ ဧတဒဂ္ရ အလုပ္အေကြၽး နာရဒေထရ္။ (ခ) ရာဇၿဂိဳဟ္ၿမိဳ႕သား နာရဒေထရ္။ (ဂ) ရဟႏၲာ နာရဒေထရ္။ (၄) နာရဒရေသ့။ (က) ဘုရားအေလာင္းေတာ္ နာရဒရေသ့။ (ခ) သုဓာေဘာဇနဇာတ္လာ အရင္သာရိပုတၱရာအေလာင္း နာရဒရေသ့။ (ဂ) ကုဏာလဇာတ္လာ အရွင္သာရိပုတၱရာ အေလာင္း နာရဒရေသ့။ (ဃ) မဟာနိပါတ္ ဥမဂၤဇာတ္လာ အရွင္သာရိပုတၱရာအေလာင္း နာရဒရေသ့။ (င) စူဠနာရဒဇာတ္လာ ဥကၠဏၭိကရဟန္းအေလာင္း နာရဒရေသ့။ (စ) ဣႁႏၵိယဇာတ္လာ ဥကၠဏၭိကရဟန္းအေလာင္း နာရဒရေသ့။ (ဆ) သရဘဂၤဇာတ္လာ ဥဒါယိေထရ္အေလာင္း နာရဒရေသ့။ (ဇ) အရင္ပဝိ႒ေထရ္ (ဧကပသာဒနီယေထရ္) ၏ အေလာင္း နာရဒရေသ့။ (စ်) အရွင္ဝသဘေထရ္အေလာင္း နာရဒရေသ့။ (ည) အရွင္အေကၤာလပုပၹိယေထရ္၏ အေလာင္းနာရဒရေသ့။ (၅) နာရဒမင္း။ (၆) နာရဒမင္းသား၊ နာရဒသတို႔သား။ (၇) နာရဒအမတ္ႀကီး။ (၈) နာရဒပုဏၰား။ (၉) နာရဒျဗဟၼာႀကီး။ (၁ဝ) နာရဒဘီလူး။ (၁၁) နာရဒနတ္။ (၁၂) နာရဒေတာင္။ (၁၃) နာရဒသုတ္။ (၁၄) ဇာ နာရဒဇာတ္။ နာရဒပဗၺတ-(၂)-ၾကည့္။ နာရဒသုတၱ-လည္းၾကည့္။ နာရဒဇာတက-ၾကည့္။ မဟာနာရဒဇာတက-လည္းၾကည့္။
U Hau Sein’s Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္(ဦးဟုတ္စိန္)
nārada:နာရဒ (ပ)
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