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漢譯パーリ語辭典 黃秉榮譯
Nanda:m.難陀 [佛的異母弟].
パーリ語辞典 水野弘元著
Nanda:m.難陀 [仏の異母弟].
巴利語匯解&巴利新音譯 瑪欣德尊者
Nanda:(比庫名)難達, (古音譯:)難陀
《巴漢詞典》Mahāñāṇo Bhikkhu編著
Nanda,nandaka,【形】 慶祝的,歡慶的。(p167)
Pali Word Grammar from Pali Myanmar Dictionary
nanda: nanda(pu)
[yadicchā.thī-nitea nandā]
[ယဒိစၧာနာမ္။ ထီ-၌ နႏၵာ]
Pali Word Grammar from Pali Myanmar Dictionary
nanda: nanda(pu)
[nanda+a.nanda samiddhiyaṃ.nīti,dhā.9va.nandatu tuṭṭhinande.dhātvattha.21va.(naṃda-saṃ,ṇaṃda-prā)]
[နႏၵ+အ။ နႏၵ သမိဒၶိယံ။နီတိ၊ဓာ။၉ဝ။နႏၵတု တု႒ိနေႏၵ။ ဓာတြတၳ။၂၁ဝ။ (နံဒ-သံ၊ဏံဒ-ျပာ)]
PTS Pali-English dictionary The Pali Text Society's Pali-English dictionary
Nanda,at Pv.II,67 used either as interj.(=nanu,q.v.) or as Voc.in the sense of “dear”; the first expln to be preferred & n.probably to be read as nanu (v.l.nuna) or handa (in which case nanu would be gloss).(Page 346)
Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera
Nanda:Generally known as Nanda Vaccha

Mentioned in a list of well known leaders of the Ajivakas.They were declared by Purana Kassapa,in his classification of the chalabhijātas,to be paramasukkabhijatas.(A.iii.384; DA.i.162; SNA.i.372,etc.; but see MA.ii.632,where they rank lower than the Ajivakas,who are there considered as the parama sukkkābhijātas.)

There seems to be some uncertainty as to Nanda’s name.The list in which the name occurs runs as follows:

Nanda Vaccho,Kiso Sankicco,Makkhali Gosālo. The Sutta Nipata Commentary (SNA.i.372.) seems to treat Nanda and Vaccha as two distinct persons.The Majjhima Commentary,(MA.i.463; see also M.i.524) however,says that Nanda was his personal name and Vaccha that of his gotta.

The austerities practised by Nanda Vaccha are detailed in the Mahā Saccaka Sutta (M.i.238)

Elsewhere (Ibid.524) the Buddha is reported as saying that though the Ajivakas had existed for a long time,they had only produced three distinguished leaders:

Nanda Vaccha, Kisa Sankicca Makkhali Gosāla
Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera
Nanda:1.Nanda TheraSon of Suddhodana andMahāpajāpatī,and therefore half brother of the Buddha. He was only a few days younger than the Buddha,and when the Buddha’s mother died,Pajapati gave her own child to nurses and suckled the Buddha herself (AA.i.186).

On the third day of the Buddha’s visit to Kapilavatthu,after the Enlightenment,the Buddha went to Nanda’s house,where festivities were in progress in honour of Nanda’s coronation and marriage to Janapadakalyānī Nandā.The Buddha wished Nanda good fortune and handed him his bowl to be taken to the vihāra.Nanda,thereupon,accompanied the Buddha out of the palace.Janapadakalyānī,seeing him go,asked him to return quickly.Once inside the vihāra,however,the Buddha asked Nanda to become a monk,and he,unable to refuse the request,agreed with reluctance.But as the days passed he was tormented with thoughts of his beloved,and became very downcast and despondent,and his health suffered.The Buddha suggested that they should visit the Himālaya.On the way there,he showed Nanda the charred remains of a female monkey and asked him whether Janapadakalyānī were more beautiful than that.The answer was in the affirmative.The Buddha then took him toTāvatimsa where Sakka,with his most beautiful nymphs,waited on them.In answer to a question by the Buddha,Nanda admitted that these nymphs were far more attractive than Janapadakalyānī,and the Buddha promised him one as wife if he would live the monastic life.Nanda was all eagerness and readily agreed.On their return to Jetavana the Buddha related this story to the eighty chief disciples,and when they questioned Nanda,he felt greatly ashamed of his lustfulness.Summoning all his courage,he strove hard and,in no long time,attained arahantship.He thereupon came to the Buddha and absolved him from his promise.(Thag.157f.; J.i.91; ii.92ff.; Ud.iii.2; DhA.i.96 105; UdA.168ff.; SNA.273f.)

When the Buddha was told of Nanda’s arahantship by a devata,he related theSangāmāvacara Jātaka to show how,in the past,too,Nanda had been quick to follow advice.He also related the story of Kappata and his donkey to show that it was not the first time that Nanda had been won to obedience by the lure of the female sex.The male donkey in the story was Nanda and the female donkey Janapadakalyānī.(DhA.i.103f.)

Nanda is identified with the sub king (uparājā) in theKurudhamma Jātaka.

Later,on seeing how eminently Nanda was trained in self control,the Buddha declared him chief among his disciples in that respect (indriyesu guttadvārānam).Nanda had aspired to this eminence in the time of Padumuttara Buddha.In the time of Atthadassi Buddha he was a tortoise in the river Vinatā,and,seeing the Buddha on the bank waiting to cross,he took him over to the other side on his back.(A.i.25; AA.i.174f.; ThagA.i.276ff.)

He is said to have been called Nanda because his birth brought joy to his kinsmen.The Apadāna (i.57) says he was of golden hue,as reward for a gift of a costly robe given by him to Padumuttara.One hundred thousand kappas ago he became king four times under the name of Cela.Sixty thousand kappas ago he was again king in four births,under the name of Upacela.Later,five thousand kappas ago,he was four times cakkavatti,and his name then,too,was Cela.

Nanda was very beautiful,and was only four inches shorter than the Buddha.He once wore a robe made according to the dimensions of the Buddha’s robe.Discovering this,the Buddha chided him for his presumption (Vin.iv.173).

Perhaps this is another version of the story found at S.ii.281.There,Nanda is said to have donned a robe which was pressed on both sides,painted his face,and gone to see the Buddha,carrying a bright bowl.The Buddha chided him,and Nanda thereupon became a forest dweller and a rag-robe-man.Buddhaghosa (SA.ii.174) says that Nanda dressed himself up in order to evoke some comment from the Buddha - either approval,so that he might dress thus for the remainder of his life,or censure,in which case he would put on rag robes and dwell in the forest.

The Anguttara Nikaya (A.iv.166f) contains a discourse in which the Buddha discusses Nanda’s claim to have achieved self control in all things.

He is probably to be identified with Taraniya Thera of the Apadāna.(ii.428; cp.ThagA.i.277.)

2.NandaCalled Nanda mānava.One of the chief disciples ofBāvarī; he visited the Buddha:His conversation with the Buddha is recorded in the Nanda mānavapucchā.Later,he became an arahant.SN.vs.1007,1124.

3.NandaCalled Nanda-Gopālaka.He was a cowherd ofKosambi.One day he heard the Buddha preach to the monks,using as simile a log of wood how,in certain circumstances,it finds its way direct to the sea and how,similarly,a monk may reach Nibbāna.Nanda asked permission to join the Order.But the Buddha insisted that he should first return the cattle,for which he was responsible,to their owners.Nanda did so,and was then ordained,becoming an arahant soon after.S.iv.181.

4.Nanda TheraAn arahant.In the past he was once a hunter,and,while wandering in the forest,he saw a Pacceka Buddha named Anuruddha.He built for the Buddha a hut thatched with lotus flowers,and,having listened to the Buddha’s preaching,became a monk.Soon after he fell ill,died,and was born in Tusita.He possessed the power of travelling through the air and of walking over the sea.In this birth he visited the Buddha and questioned him regarding the ”further shore.” At the end of the conversation he became an arahant.Ap.ii.350f.

He is probably identical with No.3 above.See DA.i.122,where Nanda Gopalaka’s questions are given; these seem to correspond with Nanda Thera’s questions about the ”further shore.”

5.NandaA herdsman of Anāthapindika,living in Sāvatthi.He was rich and tended the king’s cattle as well.He often,went to Anāthapindika’s house with gifts,and there he saw and heard the Buddha.He invited the Buddha to his house,but his invitation was not accepted for some time,until his wisdom should be ripe.But at last the Buddha paid him a visit,lasting seven days,and Nanda entertained him and his monks with the choicest foods.On the seventh day the Buddha preached to him and he became a sotapanna.He accompanied the Buddha part of the way back to the vihāra,but,on his return journey,was killed by a hunter’s arrow.DhA.i.322f.

6.Nanda mānavaA former incarnation of Subhūti Thera (q.v.) in the time of Padumuttara Buddha.He was a mahāsala Brahmin of Hamsavatī,and later became an ascetic at the head of forty four thousand Jatilas.After thirty thousand years,Padumuttara visited him in the forest,and,later,ten thousand of his followers joined the Buddha.Nanda provided them all with seats made of heavenly flowers,the Buddha’s being one league in height.Nanda stood by the Buddha for seven days,holding an umbrella made of flowers.Nanda and the rest of his disciples joined the Order,and all except Nanda became arahants,he being bore in the Brahma world after death.Later,for five hundred births he was a forest dweller living alone on Mount Nisabha in Himavā.He was king of the devas for eighty births.(Ap.i.67; ThagA.i.17f.; AA.i.124f.) He evidently belonged to the Kosiya gotta (Ap.i.67.)

7.NandaA disciple of a Pacceka Buddha named Sabbābhibhū.The Bodhisatta was then a drunkard,named Munāli,and abused Nanda.It was a result of this that Ciñcā slandered the Buddha (Gotama).Ap.i.299; UdA.264.

8.NandaA devaputta who visited the Buddha and had a conversation with him.S.i.62.

9.NandaOne of the three palaces occupied by Vipassī Buddha in his last lay life.Bu.xx.24.

10.NandaOne of the chief lay supporters of Sikhī Buddha.v.l Canda.BuA.204.

11.NandaKing of Benares,a former birth of Mahā Kassapa.He belonged to a poor family,but,owing to his merit in having covered Kassapa Buddha’s cetiya with a golden coverlet,he came to be crowned king of Benares.He had a kapparukkha,which provided him and his subjects with divine robes.With the help of his queen - who becameBhaddakapilā in this life - he held a great almsgiving to five hundred Pacceka Buddhas,led byMahāpaduma,and entertained them up to the time of their death.Nanda was away,quelling a frontier rebellion,at the time of their death.On his return,he gave over his kingdom to his eldest son and became an ascetic.Ap.ii.582; ThagA.ii.139ff.; SA.ii.140f.; the story is also found at PVA.73ff.; there it is said that Nanda was granted divine clothes because he had once given his shawl to a Pacceka Buddha for a robe; see also ThigA.72.

Nanda’s wealth was proverbial.E.g.,Pv.ii.1 (vs.16),iii.2 (vs.16).

12.NandaOne of the chief lay supporters of Mangala Buddha.Bu.xxii.25.

13.Nanda. See Nanda Vaccha

14.NandaA slave,born in this life as the co resident ofSariputta.For his story see theNanda Jātaka.

15.NandaA brahmin of Takkasilā,learned in the Vedas,who supported his parents.He related four verses to Jayaddisa,seated on a throne,and earned four thousand pieces of money.For details see theJayaddisa Jātaka.J.v.23ff.

This is evidently the same story as that related in theMahā Sutasoma Jātaka (J.v.476f.,483).There Nanda is said to have learnt the stanzas from Kassapa Buddha,and to have come expressly to Indapatta in order to teach them to Sutasoma.Nanda is identified with Ananda.(Ibid.511.For details see theMahā Sutasoma Jātaka.

16.NandaCalled Nandakumāra.A Brahmin ascetic,brother of the Bodhisatta in his birth as Sona.Nanda is identified with Ananda.For details see Sona Nanda Jātaka.J.v.312ff.

17.NandaA Brahmin,mentioned in the Milindapanha* as having been swallowed up by the earth for having insulted the Buddha and his disciples.

*[p.101.This probably refers to the Brahmin Ananda who raped Uppalavannā (DhA.ii.49); this is confirmed by MA.ii.814,where Uppalavannā’s seducer is called Nanda mānavaka]

18.NandaSee Nandopananda.

19.Nanda Kumāputta TheraHe was born in Velukanda inAvanti and his mother wasKumā.Having heard Sariputta preach,he entered the Order,visiting theBuddha later.From the Buddha he obtained a formula of meditation and became an arahant.(Thag.vs.36; ThagA.i.100) He had a friend named Sudanta (also called Vāsula) who,too,became an arahant (Ibid.101).

In the time of Vipassi Buddha,Nanda was an ascetic,and,having seen the Buddha in the royal park atBandhumati,gave him oil to massage his feet.He is probably to be identified with Abbhañjanadāyaka of the Apadāna.Ap.ii.456.

20.NandaNine kings,called the Nava Nandā,reigned in India after the dynasty of Kālāsoka and his sons.(Mhv.v.15) The first of the Nava-Nandā was a bandit who captured the throne.Their names are given in the Mahābodhivamsa (p.98; for details see MT.177 9) as follows:Uggasena Nanda,Panduka Nanda,Pandugati Nanda,Bhūtapāla Nanda,Ratthapāla Nanda,Govisānaka-Nanda,Dasasiddhaka Nanda,Kevatta Nanda and Dhana Nanda.The last was killed by Candagutta with the help of Cānakka,and his throne was seized.The nine Nandas together reigned for twenty two years.

21.NandaThere were once two butchers named Nanda.One day they killed a cow,and the younger asked that he might take the head and the tail as he had many children.The elder refused and was killed by the other.But the murderer had no peace of mind thereafter,and,on his death,was born in hell.ItvA.82; also AA.i.295; but here the names are not mentioned.

22.NandaA distinguished monk in the time of Parakkamabāhu I.He lived in the Selantara monastery,and was appointed Head of the three fraternities in Rohana.Cv.lxxviii.10.

23.NandaA butcher who killed cattle for fifty years.One day,having no meat,he cut off the tongue of a living ox,fried it and started eating it.His own tongue fell on to his plate.He died in great agony and was born in hell.MA.ii.814.

24.NandaThe Isigili Sutta mentions four Pacceka Buddhas of this name.M.iii.70.

25.NandaSee s.v.Nandaka.
Pali Viet Dictionary Bản dịch của ngài Bửu Chơn.
NANDA:,--ka [a] vui thích,hoan hỉ
Tipiṭaka Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary တိပိဋက-ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္
[နႏၵ+အ။ နႏၵ သမိဒၶိယံ။နီတိ၊ဓာ။၉ဝ။နႏၵတု တု႒ိနေႏၵ။ ဓာတြတၳ။၂၁ဝ။ (နံဒ-သံ၊ဏံဒ-ျပာ)]
(၁) ႏွစ္သက္-ဝမ္းေျမာက္-ျခင္း။ နႏၵိဇနန-ၾကည့္။ (တိ) (၂) ႏွစ္သက္-ဝမ္းေျမာက္-အပ္ေသာ။ နႏၵီ-(၂)-ၾကည့္။
Tipiṭaka Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary တိပိဋက-ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္
[ယဒိစၧာနာမ္။ ထီ-၌ နႏၵာ]
(၁) နႏၵမင္းသား။ (၂) နႏၵပေစၥကဗုဒၶါ။ (၃) နႏၵရဟန္း။ (၄) နႏၵအလုပ္အေကြၽးဒါယကာ။ (၅) နႏၵကြၽန္။ (၆) နႏၵပုဏၰား။ (၇) နႏၵ ႏြားေက်ာင္းသား။ (၈) နႏၵျပာသာဒ္။ (၉) နႏၵာ ရဟန္းမိန္းမ။ (၁ဝ) နႏၵာ နတ္သမီး။ (၁၁) နႏၵာ အမ်ိဳးသမီး။ (၁၂) နႏၵာမိဖုရား။ (၁၃) နႏၵမည္ေသာ ျမတ္ေသာ တပည့္မ။ (၁၄) နႏၵာေရကန္။ (၁၅) နႏၵာမည္ေသာ အလုပ္အေကြၽး ဒါယိကာမ။
Pali Roots Dictionary ဓါတ္အဘိဓာန္
ဘူ = တု႒ိ နႏၵေနသု-ေရာင့္ရဲျခင္း,ျပည့္ၿဖိဳးျခင္း,ႏွစ္သက္ျခင္းတို႔၌။
နဒိ+ဘူ = သမိဒၶိယံ-ျပည့္စုံျခင္း၌၊ ဝါ-ႏွစ္သက္ျခင္း၌။ နႏၵတိ။
U Hau Sein’s Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္(ဦးဟုတ္စိန္)
nanda:နႏၵ (ပ) (√နႏၵ္+အ)
ဝမ္းေျမာက္ျခင္း။ ႏွစ္သက္ျခင္း။

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