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漢譯パーリ語辭典 黃秉榮譯
pāṭihāriya:a.n.[paṭi-hṛ 的 grd.,BSk.prātihārya] 神變,神通,示導,奇蹟.= pāṭihārika,pāṭihīra,pāṭihera.-pakkha 神變月,特別的月.
パーリ語辞典 水野弘元著
pāṭihāriya:a.n.[paṭi-hṛ の grd.,BSk.prātihārya] 神变,神通,示導,奇蹟.= pāṭihārika,pāṭihīra.pāṭihera.-pakkha 神变月,特別の月.
Buddhist Dictionary by NYANATILOKA MAHATHERA
pāṭihāriya:'miracle',marvel.Three marvels are ascribed to the Buddha:the marvel of magic (iddhi-p.),the marvel of mind-reading (ādesanā-p.) and the marvel of instruction (anusāsanī-p.).In D.11,the Buddha says that he sees danger in the first two and therefore abhors them.In A.III,61,the 'marvel of instruction' is called the one 'more noble and sublime'.For iddhi-pāṭihāriya,see D.25.See also yamakapāṭihāriya
Concise Pali-English Dictionary by A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera
pāṭihāriya:[nt.] a miracle; an extraordinary event.
PTS Pali-English dictionary The Pali Text Society's Pali-English dictionary
Pāṭihāriya,(adj.) [grd.formation fr.paṭi+hṛ (paṭihāra) with usual lengthening of paṭi to pāṭi,as in °desanīya,°mokkha etc.Cp.pāṭihīra; BSk.prātihārya] striking,surprising,extraordinary,special; nt.wonder,miracle.Usually in stock phrase iddhi°,ādesanā°,anusāsanī° as the 3 marvels which characterise a Buddha with regard to his teaching (i.e.superhuman power,mind reading,giving instruction) D.I,212; III,3 sq.; S.IV,290; A.I,170; V,327; Ps.II,227.-- Further:Vin.I,34 (aḍḍhuḍḍha° sahassāni); Vism.378,390 (yamaka°); VvA.158 (id.); PvA.137 (id.).For yamaka-pāṭihāriya (or °hīra) see yamaka.-- Two kinds of p.are given at Vism.393,viz.pākaṭa° and apākaṭa°.--sappāṭihāriya (with ref.to the Dhamma) wonderful,extraordinary,sublime,as opposed to appāṭi° plain,ordinary,stupid M.II,9 (where Neumann,Majjhima Nikāya II.318 trsls sa° “intelligible” and a° “incomprehensible,” referring to Chāndogyopaniṣat I.11,1); D.II,104; cp.also Windisch,Māra 71.

--pakkha an extra holiday,an ancient festival,not now kept S.I,208 (cp.Th.2,31); Sn.402 (cp.expln at SnA 378,where var.opinions are given); J.IV,320; VI,118.See also Kern’s discussion of the term at Toev.II.30.(Page 451)
U Hau Sein’s Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္(ဦးဟုတ္စိန္)
pāṭihāriya:ပါဋိဟာရိယ ပါဋိဟာရိက

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