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パーリ語辞典 水野弘元著
sakkāya:m.[sat-kāya,BSk.satkāya] 有身,常住身,薩迦耶,己身.-anta 有身辺.-diṭṭhi 有身見,薩迦耶見,個体常住見.-nandi 有身喜.-nirodha 有身滅.-nissaraṇa 有身よりの出離.-vatthuka 有身事の.-samudaya 有身の集.
《巴漢詞典》Mahāñāṇo Bhikkhu編著
Sakkāya,【陽】 已存在的身體。 ~diṭṭhi,【陰】 有身見。(p309)
《巴漢詞典》明法尊者增訂
Sakkāya,(sat+kāya,cp.BSk.satkāya),【陽】已存在的身體(the body in being,the existing body or group; individuality)。sakkāyadiṭṭhi,【陰】有身見,身見。DA.33./III,991.︰Sakkāyoti pañcupādānakkhandhā.( ‘有身’即五取蘊)。DA.33./III,988.︰Sati rūpādibhede kāye diṭṭhi,vijjamānā vā kāye diṭṭhīti sakkāyadiṭṭhi.(於‘色’等分離出來有身見,有身見存在的,為‘有身見’。)
Buddhist Dictionary by NYANATILOKA MAHATHERA
sakkāya:'existing group'.'this word is usually translated by 'personality',but according to the commentaries it corresponds to sat-kāya,'existing group',hence not to Sanskrit sva-kāya,'own group' or 'own body'.In the Suttas (e.g.M.44) it is said to be a name for the 5 groups of existence (khandha):Sakkāya,o Brother Visākha,is said by the Blessed One to be a name for the 5 'groups as objects of clinging' (upādāna-kkhandha),to wit:corporeality,feeling,perception,mental formations,and consciousness." - See foll.
Concise Pali-English Dictionary by A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera
sakkāya:[m.] the existing body.
PTS Pali-English dictionary The Pali Text Society's Pali-English dictionary
Sakkāya,[sat+kāya,cp.BSk.satkāya Divy 46; AvŚ I.85.See on expln of term Mrs.Rh.D.in J.R.A.S.1894,324; Franke Dīgha trsln p.45; Geiger P.Gr.§ 241; Kern.Toev.II.52] the body in being,the existing body or group (=--nikāya q.v.); as a t.t.in P.psychology almost equal to individuality; identified with the five khandhas M.I,299; S.III,159; IV,259; A.II,34; Th.2,170,239; DhsA.348.See also D.III,216 (cp.Dial.III,2161); A.III,293,401; Nd1 109.

--diṭṭhi theory of soul,heresy of individuality,speculation as to the eternity or otherwise of one’s own individuality M.I,300=III,17=DhS 1003,S.III,16 sq.In these passages this is explained as the belief that in one or other of the khandhas there is a permanent entity,an attā.The same explanation,at greater length,in the Diṭṭhigata Sutta (Ps.I,143--151).As delusions about the soul or ghost can arise out of four sorts of bias (see abhinivesa) concerning each of the five khandhas,we have twenty kinds of s° diṭṭhi:fifteen of these are kinds of sakkāya-vatthukā sassata-diṭṭhi,and five are kinds of s°-vatthukā uccheda-diṭṭhi (ibid.149,150).Gods as well as men are s° pariyāpannā S.III,85; and so is the eye,DhsA.308.When the word diṭṭhi is not expressed it is often implied,Th.2,199,339; Sn.231.S° diṭṭhi is the first Bond to be broken on entering the Path (see saṁyojana); it is identical with the fourth kind of Grasping (see upādāna); it is opposed to Nibbāna,S.IV,175; is extinguished by the Path,M.I,299; S.III,159; IV,260; and is to be put away by insight DhsA.346.-- See further:D.III,234; A.III,438; IV,144 sq.; Kvu 81; Sn.950; Dhs.1003; and on term Dhs.trsln § 1003; K.S.III,80,n.3.--nirodha the destruction of the existing body or of individuality A.II,165 sq.; III,246; D.III,216.--samudaya the rise of individuality D.III,216; Nd1 109.(Page 660)
Pali Viet Dictionary Bản dịch của ngài Bửu Chơn.
SAKKĀYA:[m] sự chấp bản thân này --diṭṭhi [f] kiến thức chấp ngã
U Hau Sein’s Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္(ဦးဟုတ္စိန္)
sakkāya:သကၠာယ (ပ) (သတ္+ကာယ)
ထင္ရွားရွိေသာ ကိုယ္။ ထင္ရွားရွိေသာ ခႏၶာငါးပါးအေပါင္း။ ဥပါဒါနကၡႏၶာအေပါင္း။ အတၱေဘာ။

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