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パーリ語辞典 水野弘元著
sikkhāpada:n.[sikkhā-pada,BSk.śikṣāpada] 学処,学則,戒条,戒法 [=sīla 戒] .dasa~十学処,十戒.diyaḍḍha~sata 百五十学処[戒].
巴利語匯解&巴利新音譯 瑪欣德尊者
sikkhāpada:學處。或譯作學足。sikkhā意為學、學習、訓練;pada意為足、處所。學處亦即是學習規則、戒條。
《小誦註》中說:“應當學故為學;以此作為足故為足。學之足為學足,即到達學的方法之義。又或者說為根本、依止、立足處[為學處]。”
Buddhist Dictionary by NYANATILOKA MAHATHERA
sikkhāpada:'steps of training',moral rules.

The 5 moral rules,also called pañca-sīla which are binding on all Buddhist laymen,are:(1) abstaining from killing any living being,(2) from stealing,(3) from unlawful sexual intercourse,(4) from lying,(5) from the use of intoxicants.(s.surāmeraya etc.)

The 10 rules (dasa-sīla) are binding on all novices and monks,namely:(1) abstaining from killing,(2) from stealing,(3) from unchastity,(4) from lying,(5) from the use of intoxicants,(6) from eating after midday,(7) from dancing,singing,music and shows,(8) from garlands,scents,cosmetics and adornments,etc.,(9) from luxurious beds,(10) from accepting gold and silver.

In the 8 rules (aṭtha-sīla) which on full and new moon days,and on the first and last quarter of the moon,are observed by many lay-followers (upāsaka,q.v.),the 7th and 8th of the above 10 rules are fused into one as the 7th rule,while the 9th becomes the 8th.
Concise Pali-English Dictionary by A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera
sikkhāpada:[nt.] a precept; a religious rule.
PTS Pali-English dictionary The Pali Text Society's Pali-English dictionary
Sikkhāpada,(nt.) [sikkhā+pada,the latter in sense of pada 3.Cp.BSk.śikṣāpada] set of precepts,“preceptorial,” code of training; instruction,precept,rule.-- 1.in general:D.I,63,146,250; M.I,33; A.I,63,235 sq.; II,14,250 sq.; III,113,262; IV,152,290 sq.; S.II,224; V,187; Vin.I,102; II,95,258; III,177; IV,141 (sahadhammika),143 (khudd’ânukhuddakāni); It.96,118; VbhA.69 (bhesajja°); DhA.III,16.-- 2.in special:the 5 (or 10) rules of morality,or the precepts to be adopted in particular by one who is entering the Buddhist community either as a layman or an initiate.There seem to have been only 5 rules at first,which are the same as the first 5 sīlas (see sīla 2 b):S.II,167; Vbh.285 (expld in detail at VbhA.381 sq.); DhA.I,32 and passim.To these were added another 5,so as to make the whole list (the dasasikkhāpadaṁ or °padāni) one of 10 (which are not the 10 sīlas!).These are (6) vikāla-bhojanā (-veramaṇī) not eating at the wrong hour; (7) nacca-gītavādita-visūka-dassanā° to avoid worldly amusements; (8) mālā-gandha-vilepana-dhāraṇa-maṇḍana-vibhūsanaṭṭhānā° to use neither unguents nor ornaments; (9) uccā-sayana-mahā-sayanā° not to sleep on a high,big bed; (10) jātarūpa rajata-paṭiggahaṇā° not to accept any gold or silver:Vin.I,83=Kh II.; A.I,211,and frequently.-- dasa-sikkhāpadikā (f.) conforming to the 10 obligations (of a nun) Vin.IV,343 (=sāmaṇerī).There is nowhere any mention of the 8 sikkhāpadas as such,but they are called aṭṭhaṅgika uposatha (see sīla 2b),e.g.Mhvs 37,202.-- diyaḍḍha-sikkhāpada-sata the 150 precepts,i.e.the Pāṭimokkha A.I,230,234; Miln.243.(Page 708)
Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera
sikkhāpada: ’steps of training’,moral rules.

The 5 moral rules,also called pañca-sīla which are binding on all Buddhist laymen,are:

(1) abstaining from killing any living being, (2) from stealing, (3) from unlawful sexual intercourse, (4) from lying, (5) from the use of intoxicants.(s.surāmeraya etc.)The 10 rules (dasa-sīla) are binding on all novices and monks,namely:

(1) abstaining from killing, (2) from stealing, (3) from unchastity, (4) from lying, (5) from the use of intoxicants, (6) from eating after midday, (7) from dancing,singing,music and shows, (8) from garlands,scents,cosmetics and adornments,etc., (9) from luxurious beds, (10) from accepting gold and silver.In the 8 rules (attha-sīla) which on full and new moon days,and on the first and last quarter of the moon,are observed by many lay-followers (upāsaka),the 7th and 8th of the above 10 rules are fused into one as the 7th rule,while the 9th becomes the 8th.
Pali Viet Vinaya Terms Từ điển các thuật ngữ về luật do tỳ khưu Giác Nguyên sưu tầm.
sikkhāpada:nghĩa rộng là tất cả giới luật của tăng tục nghĩa hẹp là hầu hết giới bổn tăng ni,trừ ra bảy phép tịnh tranh
Pali Viet Abhidhamma Terms Từ điển các thuật ngữ Vô Tỷ Pháp của ngài Tịnh Sự, được chép từ phần ghi chú thuật ngữ trong các bản dịch của ngài.
sikkhāpada:điều học,học giới
U Hau Sein’s Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္(ဦးဟုတ္စိန္)
sikkhāpada:သိကၡာ-ပဒ (န)
သိကၡာ၏အေၾကာင္း။ က်င့္ဝတ္။ သိကၡာပုဒ္။

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