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パーリ語辞典 水野弘元著
vedeti:[Sk.vedayati.vid の caus.] 知る,感受す,経験す; 知らしめる.pr.2sg.vedayase; imper.vedaya; aor.avedi,vedi,vedayi,vediyiṃ,avedayuṃ; fut.vedissati; grd.vediya,vedanīya,vedaniya,veditabba; pp.vedita,vedayita.
《巴漢詞典》Mahāñāṇo Bhikkhu編著
Vedeti,(vid + e),感受,感覺,感知。 【過】 vedesi。 【現分】 vedenta。 【獨】vedetvā。(p305)
《巴漢詞典》明法尊者增訂
Vedeti,﹐vedayati (vid知 +e;sk.vedayati),【被】感受,感覺,感知。【過】vedesi。【現分】vedenta。【過分】Vedita。【獨】vedetvā。veditabba。
Concise Pali-English Dictionary by A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera
vedeti:[vid + e] feels; senses; knows.
PTS Pali-English dictionary The Pali Text Society's Pali-English dictionary
Vedeti,[Vedic vedayati; denom.or Caus.fr.vid to know or feel] “to sense,” usually in denom.function (only one Caus.meaning:see aor.avedi); meaning twofold:either intellectually “to know” (cp.veda),or with ref.to general feeling “to experience” (cp.vedanā).‹-› For the present tense two bases are to be distinguished,viz.ved°,used in both meanings; and vediy° (=*vedy°),a specific Pāli formation after the manner of the 4th (y) class of Sk.verbs,used only in meaning of “experience.” Thus vedeti: (a) to know (as=Acc.equal to “to call”) Sn.211 sq.(taṁ muniṁ vedayanti); (b) to feel,to experience S.IV,68 (phuṭṭho vedeti,ceteti,sañ‹-› jānāti); M.I,37; Pv IV.150 (dukkhaṁ=anubhavati PvA.241).--vediyati:to feel,to experience a sensation or feeling (usually with vedanaṁ or pl.vedanā) M.I,59; II,70 (also Pot.vediyeyya); S.II,82; III,86 sq.; IV,207; A.I,141; II,198 (also ppr.vediyamāna); J.II,241; Miln.253.-- aor.avedi he knew,recognized J.III,420 (=aññāsi C.); he made known,i.e.informed J.IV,35 (=jānāpesi C.); vedi (recognized,knew) Sn.643,647,1148 (=aññāsi aphusi paṭivijjhi Nd2 613); & vedayi Sn.251 (=aññāsi SnA 293).-- Fut.vedissati (shall experience) Pv.I,1015 (dukkhaṁ vedanaṁ v.).-- grd.vediya (to be known) Sn.474 (para° diṭṭhi held as view by others; expld as “ñāpetabba” SnA 410); vedanīya:(a) to be known,intelligible,comprehensible D.I,12; (dhammā nipuṇā ...paṇḍita-vedanīyā); II,36; M.I,487; II,220; (b) to be experienced S.IV,114 (sukha° & dukkha°); A.I,249 (diṭṭhadhamma°); IV,382; Pv.II,117 (sukha°-kamma= sukha-vipāka PvA.150); III,37 (kamma); IV,129 (of kamma-vipāka=anubhavana-yogga PvA.228); PvA.145 (kamma); & veditabba to be understood or known D.I,186; PvA.71,92,104.-- pp.vedita & vedayita.(Page 648)
Pali-Dictionary Vipassana Research Institute
vedeti:see vidati
Pali Viet Dictionary Bản dịch của ngài Bửu Chơn.
VEDETI:(vid+e) cảm giác,thọ hưởng,thông hiểu [aor] vedesi [prp] vedenta [abs] vedetvā
U Hau Sein’s Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္(ဦးဟုတ္စိန္)
vedeti:ေဝေဒတိ (ကာ) (√ဝိဒ္+ေဏ)
ခံစား၏။ အာ႐ံု၏အရသာကို ခံစား၏။ သိ၏။
ပႆဒၶကာေယာ သုခံ ေဝေဒတိ၊ ၿငိမ္းၿပီးေသာ ႐ူပကာယရွိေသာ သူသည္ သုခေဝဒနာကို ခံစား၏။
U Hau Sein’s Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary ပါဠိျမန္မာ အဘိဓာန္(ဦးဟုတ္စိန္)
vedeti:ေဝေဒတိ (ကာ) (√ဝိဒ္+ေဏ)ေဝဒယတိ

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