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《巴漢詞典》Mahāñāṇo Bhikkhu編著
Pāricchattaka,【陽】 刺桐(亞洲熱帶地區和澳大利亞北部的一種有刺小喬木 (Erythrinaindica))。(p224)
Pāricchattaka,(=pārijāta),【陽】刺桐(亞洲熱帶地區和澳大利亞北部的一種有刺小喬木 (the coral tree;Erythrina indica))。又作:晝度樹,波利質多羅,香遍樹,為生於忉利天之樹。
Concise Pali-English Dictionary by A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera
pāricchattaka:[m.] the coral tree.
PTS Pali-English dictionary The Pali Text Society's Pali-English dictionary
Pāricchattaka,[Epic Sk.pārijāta,but P.fr.pari+chatta +ka,in pop.etym.“shading all round”] the coral tree Erythmia Indica,a tree in Indra’s heaven Vin.I,30; A.IV,117 sq.; Vv 381 (expld as Māgadhism at VvA.174 for pārijāta,which is also the BSk.form); J.I,40; II,20; KhA.I,122; SnA 485; DhA.I,273; III,211; DhsA.1; VvA.12,110; PvA.137.(Page 454)
Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera
Pāricchattaka:A tree in Tāvatimsa,which grew in the Nandanavana as the result of the Kovilāra tree planted by Magha outside the Sudhammāsālā.

It is one hundred leagues in circumference and at its foot is thePandukambalasilāsana (DhA.i.273).The Cittapātali in the Asura world corresponds to the Pāricchattaka in Tāvatimsa,but the flowers are different (Ibid.,280; SNA.485).

The colour of the flowers is visible fifty leagues away,while their perfume travels one hundred leagues.The devas eagerly watch each stage of development of leaf and flower,and each stage is marked by great rejoicings (A.iv.117f).

When the flowers are fully open they shine like the morning sun.They are never plucked; a wind arises and sweeps away the faded flowers and scatters fresh ones on the seats of Sakka and the other gods of Tāvatimsa.The bodies of the devas are completely covered with the sweetly scented pollen,making them resemble golden caskets.The ceremony of playing with the flowers lasts four months (AA.ii.730f).

The Pāricchattaka is one of the seven trees which last throughout the kappa (AA.i.264).

The Pāricchattaka is generally described as a Kovilāra (E.g.,VvA.174).It is also called the Pārijāta,the Sanskrit name being Pāriyātra.E.g.,Dvy.184,195,219.
Pali Viet Dictionary Bản dịch của ngài Bửu Chơn.
PĀRICCHATTAKA:[m] cây san hô
U Hau Sein’s Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္(ဦးဟုတ္စိန္)
pāricchattaka:ပါရိစၧတၱက (ပ)

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