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Coëmgenu
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ṭhitāva

Postby Coëmgenu » Fri Dec 30, 2016 10:21 pm

Greetings all!

What does the word "ṭhitāva" mean in this context:
ṭhitāva sā dhātu dhammaṭṭhitatā dhammaniyāmatā idappaccayatā


When I hover over the word on SuttaCentral it gives me a "?". Is this word used to signify a question or is its definition simply missing?
Bhagavā arahaṃ sammasāmbuddho:
Svākkhāto yena bhagavatā dhammo / Supaṭipanno yassa bhagavato sāvakasaṅgho
Tammayaṃ bhagavantaṃ sadhammaṃ sasaṅghaṃ / Imehi sakkārehi yathārahaṃ āropitehi abhipūjayāma.
(Dedication of Offerings)
此等諸法,法住、法空、法如、法爾,法不離如,法不異如,審諦真實、不顛倒。These many dharmāḥ, the residence of these dharmāḥ, the emptiness of these dharmāḥ, these dharmāḥ self-explain, these dharmāḥ are thus, these dharmāḥ do not depart from their self-explaining, these dharmāḥ are not different than their self-explaining, judged as truly real, not delusional. (SA 296, 因緣法)
揭諦揭諦,波羅揭諦,波羅僧揭諦,菩提薩婆訶

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Re: ṭhitāva

Postby Buddha Vacana » Fri Dec 30, 2016 10:32 pm

It seems to be ṭhita+eva

ṭhita: stood; stayed; stationary; immovable; one who stays

BB: persists
AT: stands


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