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漢譯パーリ語辭典 黃秉榮譯
uttara:① a.[ud 的比較級] 更上的,更優(秀)的,北的,北方的,次的(隨後的(subsequent)).instr.uttarena 從北方,通過(經由)北方.-ābhimukha 面向北方.-āsaṅga 欝多羅僧,上衣,上著衣.-chada,-chadana 上覆,天蓋.-pāsaka 上的橫木.-sse [uttarasuve] 在明後日 [在明日的後一日(在後日)? (on the day after tomorrow?)].② a.[ud-tara<tṛ] 超越(超出,超過)的 (over,beyond).
パーリ語辞典 水野弘元著
uttara:①a.[ud の比較級] より上の,よりすぐれた,北の,北方の,次の.instr.uttarena 北方から,北を通って.-ābhimukha 北に面して.-āsaṅga 欝多羅僧,上衣,上着衣.-chada,-chadana 上覆,天蓋.-pāsaka 上の横木.-sse [uttarasuve] 明後日に.②a.[ud-tara<tṛ] 超える.
《巴漢詞典》Mahāñāṇo Bhikkhu編著
Uttara,【形】 比較高的,比較遠的,北方的,上面的。 【中】 答案,答復。 ~attharaṇa,【中】 上面的掩護。 ~cchada,【陽】 遮陽篷,天篷。 ~sve,【副】後天,明天的明天。(p67)
Uttara,【形】1.比較高的(higher,high,superior,upper)。2.跟隨的(subsequent,following,second)。3.北方的(northern)。4.上面的(over,beyond)。【中】答案,答覆。uttarattharaṇa,【中】上面的掩護。uttaracchada,【陽】遮陽篷,天篷。uttarasve,【副】後天,明天的明天。lokuttara (loka+uttara) ,【形】出世間(=涅盤)。sa-uttara,有上心(having something above or higher,having a superior)。anuttara,無上心(without a superior,unrivalled,unparalleled)。
Pali Word Grammar from Pali Myanmar Dictionary
uttara: uttara(ti)
Pali Word Grammar from Pali Myanmar Dictionary
uttara: uttara(ti)
Concise Pali-English Dictionary by A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera
uttara:[adj.] higher; further; northern; over.(nt.),an answer; reply.
PTS Pali-English dictionary The Pali Text Society's Pali-English dictionary
Uttara,2 (adj.) [fr.uttarati] crossing over,to be crossed,in dur° difficult to cross or to get out of S.I,197 (not duruttamo); Miln.158; and in cpd.°setu one who is going to cross a bridge Miln.194 (cp.uttara-setu).(Page 131)
PTS Pali-English dictionary The Pali Text Society's Pali-English dictionary
Uttara,1 (adj.) compar.of ud°,q.v.for etym.; the superl.is uttama] -- 1.higher,high,superior,upper,only in cpds.J.II,420 (musal° with the club on top of him? Cy not clear,perhaps to uttara2); see also below.-- 2.northern (with disā region or point of compass) D.I,153; M.I,123; S.I,224; PvA.75.uttarāmukha (for uttaraṁmukha) turning north,facing north Sn.1010.-- 3.subsequent,following,second (°-) J.I,63 (°āsāḷha-nakkhatta).‹-› 4.over,beyond (-°):aṭṭh’utara-sata eight over a hundred,i.e.108; DhA.I,388.-- sa-uttara having something above or higher,having a superior i.e.inferior D.I,80 (citta),II.299; M.I,59; S.V,265; Vbh.324 (paññā); Dhs.1292,1596; DhsA.50.-- anuttara without a superior,unrivalled,unparalleled D.I,40; S.I,124; II,278; III,84; Sn.179.See also under anuttara

--attharaṇa upper cover J.VI,253.--âbhimukha facing North D.II,15.--āsaṅga an upper robe Vin.I,289; II,126; S.I,81; IV,290; A.I,67,145; II,146; DhA.I,218; PvA.73; VvA.33 = 51.--itara something higher,superior D.I,45,156,174; S.I,81; J.I,364; DhA.II,60; IV,4.--oṭṭha the upper lip (opp.adhar°) J.II,420; III,26; IV,184.--chada a cover,coverlet,awning (sa° a carpet with awnings or canopy above it) D.I,7; A.I,181; III,50.--chadana = °chada D.II,187; DhA.I,87.--dvāra the northern gate J.VI,364.--dhamma the higher norm of the world (lok°),higher righteousness D.II,188 (paṭividdha-lok’uttara-dhammatāya uttama-bhāvaṁ patta).--pāsaka the (upper) lintel (of a door) Vin.II,120 = 148.--pubba north-eastern J.VI,518.--sse (v.l.°suve) on the day after tomorrow A.I,240.(Page 131)
Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera
Uttara:Another name for the Abhayagiri-Vihāra (q.v.).The inhabitants of the Uttaravihāra seem to have kept a chronicle,in the same way as did the dwellers of the Mahā-Vihāra.This is often referred to in the Mahāvamsa Tīkā,as the Uttara-Vihāra-atthakathā and the Uttara-Vihāra-Mahāvamsa.Judging from the quotations from this work given in the Mahāvamsa Tīkā,the Uttara-Vihāra chronicle seems to have differed from the tradition of the Mahā-Vihāra more in detail than in general construction.It is not possible to say whether it contained exegetical matter on the Pāli Canon besides matters of historical interest.For a detailed account of the work see Geiger:The Dīpavamsa and the Mahāvamsa,pp.50ff; also my edition of the Mahāvamsa Tīkā.
Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera
Uttara:1.Uttara.-A Thera.He was the son of an eminent Brahmin ofRājagaha (of Sāvatthi,according to the Apadāna).He became proficient in Vedic lore and renowned for his breeding,beauty,wisdom and virtue.The king’s minister,Vassakāra,seeing his attainments,desired to marry him to his daughter; but Uttara,with his heart set on release,declined,and learnt the Doctrine under Sāriputta.Later he entered the Order and waited on Sāriputta.

One day Sāriputta fell ill and Uttara set out early to find a physician.On the way he set down his bowl by a lake and went down to wash his mouth.A certain thief,pursued by the police,dropped his stolen jewels into the novice’s bowl and fled.Uttara was brought before Vassakāra who,to satisfy his grudge,ordered him to be impaled.The Buddha,seeing the ripeness of his insight,went to him and placing a gentle hand,”like a shower of crimson gold,” on Uttara’s head,spoke to him and encouraged him to reflection.Transported with joy and rapture at the Master’s touch,he attained sixfoldabhiññā and became arahant.Rising from the stake,he stood in mid-air and his wound was healed.Addressing his fellow-celibates,be told them how,when he realised the evils of rebirth,he forgot the lesser evil of present pain (Thag.vv.121-2; ThigA.i.240ff).

In the time of Sumedha Buddha,he bad been a Vijjādhara.Once,while flying through the air,he saw the Buddha at the foot of a tree in the forest and,being glad,offered him three kanikāra flowers.

By the Buddha’s power,the flowers stood above him forming a canopy.The Vijjādhara was later born in Tāvatimsa,where his palace was known as Kanikāra.

He was king of the gods one hundred and five times,and king of men one hundred and three times.

According to the Apadāna (quoted in ThigA.),he became an arahant at the age of seven.This does not agree with the rest of the story and is probably due to a confusion with some other Uttara.

Uttara is probably to be identified with Tīnikpikārapupphiya of the Apadāna.Ap.ii.441ff.Ras.i.52f.

2.Uttara.-A thera.He was the son of a brahmin ofSāketa.While on some business atSāvatthi,he saw theTwin Miracle and,when the Buddha preached the Kālakārāma Sutta at Sāketa,he entered the Order.He accompanied the Buddha to Rājagaha and there became an arahant (Thag.vv.161-2; ThagA.i.283f).

During the time of Siddhattha Buddha he had been a householder and became a believer in the Buddha.When the Buddha died,he called together his relations and together they paid great honour to the relics.

He is evidently identical with Dhātupūjaka of the Apadāna (ii.425).

It is probably this Thera who is mentioned in the Uttara Sutta (A.iv.162ff).

3.Uttara.-A devaputta who visits the Buddha at the Anjanavana inSāketa.He utters a stanza,and the Buddha,in another stanza,amplifies what he has said.S.i.54.

4.Uttara.-A thera.At the time of theVajjian heresy,he was the attendant of the Elder Revata and had been twenty years in the Order.The Vajjians of Vesāli went to him and,after much persuasion,succeeded in getting him to accept one robe from them.

In return for this he agreed to say before the Sangha that the Pācīnaka Bhikkhus held the true Doctrine and that the Pāveyyaka monks did not.Thereafter Uttara went to Revata,but Revata,on hearing what he had done,instantly dismissed him from attendance upon him.When the Vesāli monks were informed of the occurrence,they took the nissaya from Uttara and became his pupils.Vin.ii.302-3; Mhv.iv.30.

5.Uttara.-An arahant.He,withSona,was sent by Asoka,at the conclusion of the Third Council,to convertSuvannabhūmi.They overcame the female demon and her followers,who had,been in the habit of coming out of the sea to eat the king’s sons,and they then recited the Brahmajāla Sutta.Sixty thousand people became converts,five hundred noblemen became monks and fifteen hundred women of good family were ordained as nuns.

Thenceforth all princes born in the royal household were called Sonuttara.Mhv.iv.6; 44-54; Sp.i.68f; Mbv.115; The Dipavamsa speaks of Sonuttara as one person (viii.10).

6.Uttara.-A brahmin youth (Uttara-mānava),pupil ofPārāsariya.He once visited the Buddha atKajangalā in theMukheluvana and the Buddha preached to him the Indriya-bhāvanā Sutta (M.iii.298ff).

Perhaps it is this same mānava that is mentioned in thePāyāsi Sutta.When Pāyāsi Rājañña was converted by Kumāra Kassapa,he instituted almsgiving to all and sundry,but the gifts he gave consisted of such things as gruel and scraps of food and coarse robes.Uttara,who was one of his retainers,spoke sarcastically of Pāyāsi’s generosity,and on being challenged by Pāyāsi to show what should be done,Uttara gave gladly and with his own hands excellent foods and garments.As a result,after death,while Pāyāsi was born only in the empty Serisakavimāna of the Cātummahārājika world,Uttara was born in Tāvatimsa.D.ii.354-7; see also VvA.297f.where the details are slightly different.

7.Uttara.-A youth of Kosambī,son of a minister of King Udena.When his father died,the youth was appointed by the king to carry out certain works in the city which his father had left unfinished.

One day,while on his way to the forest to fell timber,he saw Mahā Kaccana and,being pleased with the thera’s demeanour,went and worshipped him.The thera preached to him,and the youth invited him and his companions to a meal in his house.At the conclusion of the meal Uttara followed Mahā Kaccāna to the vihāra and asked him to have his meals always at his house.He later became a Sotāpanna and built a vihāra.He persuaded most of his relations to join in his good deeds,but his mother refused to help and abused the monks.As a result she was born in the peta-world.(See Uttaramātā).PvA.140ff.

8.Uttara.-A brahmin youth.When Erakapatta,king of the Nāgas,offered his daughter’s hand to anyone who could answer his questions - hoping thereby to hear of a Buddha’s appearance in the world - Uttara was among those who aspired to win her.The Buddha,wishing for the welfare of many beings,met Uttara on his way to the Nāga court and taught him the proper answers to the questions.At the end of the lesson,Uttara became a Sotāpanna.When he repeated the answers before the Nāga maiden,Erakapatta was greatly delighted and accompanied him to the Buddha,who preached to him and to the assembled multitude.DhA.iii.230ff.

9.Uttara.-A pupil of Brahmāyu.He was sent by his teacher from Mithilā to Videha,to find out if the Buddha bore the marks of the Super man.Having made sure of the presence of all the thirty-two marks on the Buddha’s person,he dogged the Buddha’s footsteps for seven months,in order to observe his carriage in his every posture.At the end of that period,he returned to Brahmāyu and reported what he had seen (M.ii.134ff; SnA.i.37).Buddhaghosa says (MA.ii.765) that Uttara became known as Buddhavīmamsaka-mānava on account of his close watch over the Buddha.

10.Uttara.-A youth,evidently a personal attendant of Pasenadi.The Buddha taught him a stanza to be recited whenever the king sat down to a meal.The stanza spoke of the merits of moderation in eating.DhA.iv.17; but see S.i.81-2 for a different version of what is evidently the same incident.There the youth is called Sudassana.

11.Uttara.-A royal prince to whom Konāgamana Buddha preached at Surindavatī on the full-moon day of Māgha.He later became the Buddha’s aggasāvaka.Bu.xxiv.22; BuA.215; J.i.43.

12.Uttara.-Younger brother of Vessabhū Buddha.The Buddha preached his first sermon to Uttara and Sona at the Aruna pleasaunce near Anupama.Later Uttara became the Buddha’s aggasāvaka.Bu.xxii.23; BuA.205; J.i.42; D.ii.4.

13.Uttara.-Son of Kakusandha Buddha in his last birth.Bu.xxiii.17.

14.Uttara.-The name of the Bodhisatta in the time of Sumedha Buddha.He spent eighty crores in giving alms to the Buddha and the monks and later joined the Order.J.i.37-8; Bu.xii.11.

15.Uttara.-A khattiya,father of Mangala Buddha.Bu.iv.22; J.i.34.

16.Uttara.-Son of Padumuttara Buddha in his last birth (Bu.xi.21).He was the Bodhisatta.SA.ii.67; DA.ii.488; but see J.i.37 and Bu.xi.11,where the Bodhisatta’s name is given as the Jatila Ratthika.

17.Uttara.-Nephew of King Khallatanāga of Ceylon.He conspired with his brothers to kill the king,and when the plot was discovered committed suicide by jumping on to a pyre.MT.612.

18.Uttara.-A banker,a very rich man of Sāvatthi.He had a son,designated as Uttara-setthi-putta,whose story is given in the Vattaka Jātaka.J.i.432ff.

19.Uttara.-The city in which Mangala Buddha was born.Bu.iv.22; J.i.34.

20.Uttara.-The city of King Arindama.Revata Buddha preached there to the king and the assembled multitude.BuA.133.

21.Uttara.-A township (nigama),near which Revata Buddha spent seven days,wrapt in meditation.At the conclusion of his meditation,the Buddha preached to the assembled multitude on the virtues of nirodhasamāpatti.BuA.133-4.This may be the same as No.20.

22.Uttara.-One of the palaces occupied by Paduma Buddha before his Renunciation.Bu.ix.17.

23.Uttara.-A township of the Koliyans.Once,when the Buddha was staying there,he was visited by the headman Pātaliya.v.l.Uttaraka.S.iv.340.

24.Uttara.-A nunnery built by King Mahāsena.Mhv.xxxvii.43.

25.Uttara.-A general of Moggallāna I.Cv.xxxix.58.

26.Uttara. A padhānagara built by Uttara (25).

27.Uttara.-A minister of Sena I.He built in the Abhayuttara Vihāra a dwelling-house called Uttarasena.Cv.l.83.

28.Uttara.-A thera who,with sixty thousand others,came from the Vattaniya hermitage in the Vindhyā forest to be present at the foundation ceremony of the Mahā Thūpa in Anurādhapura.Mhv.xxix.40; Dpv.xix.6.

29.Uttara.-A banker of Uttaragāma,father of Uttarā (13).BuA.116.

30.Uttara.-An ājivaka who offered eight handfuls of grass to Mangala Buddha for his seat.BuA.116.

31.Uttara. See Bherapāsāna Vihāra.
Pali Viet Dictionary Bản dịch của ngài Bửu Chơn.
UTTARA:[a] càng cao,xa hơn,hơn nữa,hướng bắc,vượt qua [nt] sự trả lời,phúc đáp --attharaṇa [m] nắp đậy bên trên --cchada [m] lều,vải căng để che nắng,tấm trần để che như lọng --sve [ad] ngày mốt,ngày kế ngày mai -- saṅga [m] y vai trái (của nhà sư)
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.
uttara:cao thượng,uttaradhamma pháp cao thượng,hướng bắc
Tipiṭaka Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary တိပိဋက-ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္
(တိ) (၁) ေျမာက္အရပ္၊ ေျမာက္ဘက္က်ေသာ၊ ေျမာက္ဘက္မွာရွိေသာ (ပုဂၢိဳလ္၊ အရာဝတၳဳ) (၂) ေနာက္၊ ေနာက္ျဖစ္ေသာ။ (၃) အထက္၊ အေပၚပိုင္း။ (၄) (က) ထူးကဲေသာ၊ သာလြန္ေသာ၊ လြမ္းမိုးေသာ။ (ခ) ေက်ာ္လြန္ေသာ၊ လြန္ေျမာက္ေသာ၊ ထြက္ေျမာက္ေသာ၊ ေလာကီဝဋ္ဒုကၡ-ေလာက-၌ မပါဝင္ေသာ (တရား)။ (၅) ျမင့္ျမတ္ေသာ။ (၆) ေက်ာ္လြန္-ကူးသြားေၾကာင္း-ျဖစ္ေသာ (တံတား)။ (န) (၇) အေပၚ႐ုံ၊ အေပၚျခဳံ၊ ဧကသီသကၤန္း၊ တဘက္။ (၈) အေျဖ၊ စကားတုံ႔။ ဥတၱရေသတု-ၾကည့္။
Tipiṭaka Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary တိပိဋက-ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္
ဥတၱရမည္ေသာ၊ သူ။ (၁) ေဝႆဘူျမတ္စြာဘုရား၏ ဘုရား၏ဒုတိယ အဂၢသာဝက ျဖစ္ေသာ ဥတၱရ မည္ေသာေထရ္။ (၂) ေကာဏာဂမန ျမတ္စြာဘုရား၏ ဒုတိယအဂၢ သာဝကျဖစ္ေသာ ဥတၱရမည္ေသာေထရ္။ (၃) အရွင္သာရိပုတၱရာ၏တပည့္ ဥတၱရေထရ္၊ ဥတၱရသာမေဏ၊ ၎ဥတၱရေထရ္သည္ သုေမဓ ျမတ္စြာဘုရားပြင့္ေတာ္မူစဉ္က ဝိဇၨာဓိုရ္ ျဖစ္ခဲ့၍ ေကာင္းကင္ ခရီးျဖင့္ လွည့္လည္သြားလာစဉ္ ဘုရားရွင္ကို ဖူးျမင္ရၿပီး ၾကည္ညိဳကာ မဟာေလွကားပန္းတို႔ျဖင့္ ပူေဇာ္ခဲ့ေလသည္။ မူရင္းၾကည့္ပါ။ ဥတၱရရာဇပုတၱၾကည့္။ ဥတၱေသ႒ိ ၾကည့္။ ဥတၱရိကာ,ဥတၱရမာတုတို႔-လည္း ၾကည့္။
U Hau Sein’s Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္(ဦးဟုတ္စိန္)
uttara:ဥတၱရ (တိ) (ဥဒ္√တရ္+အ)
ကူးေသာ။ ကူးေျမာက္ေသာ။
U Hau Sein’s Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္(ဦးဟုတ္စိန္)
uttara:ဥတၱရ (န)
အေျဖစကား။ စုလ်ားတဘက္။ အေပၚ႐ံု။
U Hau Sein’s Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္(ဦးဟုတ္စိန္)
uttara:ဥတၱရ (တိ) (ဥဒ္+တရ)
အထူးသျဖင့္ ျမတ္ေသာ။ ထူးျမတ္ေသာ။ ေနာက္မွျဖစ္ေသာ။ ေျမာက္အရပ္ျဖစ္ေသာ။

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