"Thanaso" meaning

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"Thanaso" meaning

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What is the etimology of "thanaso" in Sangarava Sutta?
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Here is a quotation from K. R. Norman's "Collected papers" 2.1-8 (I hope the quality of the screen shot is okay):
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https://www.wisdomlib.org/definition/thanaso

I hope that this article will be helpful in defining the meaning of Thanaso.
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http://dictionary.sutta.org/browse/ṭ/ṭhāna
ṭhānaPTS Pali-English dictionary The Pali Text Society's Pali-English dictionary
Ṭhāna,(ṭṭhāna) (nt.) [Vedic sthāna,sthā,see tiṭṭhati; cp.Sk.sthāman Gr.staqmiζ,Lat.stamen] -- I.Connotation.As one of the 4 iriyāpathā (behaviours) 1.contrasted (a) as standing position with sitting or reclining; (b) as rest with motion; 2.by itself without particular characterization as location.
tiṭṭhati
tiṭṭhatiPTS Pali-English dictionary The Pali Text Society's Pali-English dictionary
Tiṭṭhati,[Frequentative of Vedic sthā,stand (cp.sthāna,Lat.sto:see ṭhāna)=Av.hiśtaiti,Gr.i(ζthmi,Lat.sisto) to stand,etc.
https://suttacentral.net/mn107/en/sujato
“What is the cause, Master Gotama, what is the reason why, though extinguishment is present, the path leading to extinguishment is present, and Master Gotama is present to encourage them,
“Ko nu kho, bho gotama, hetu ko paccayo yaṃ tiṭṭhateva nibbānaṃ, tiṭṭhati nibbānagāmī maggo, tiṭṭhati bhavaṃ gotamo samādapetā;
https://suttacentral.net/mn100/en/sujato
“But Master Gotama, when asked ‘Do gods exist?’ why did you say that you have understood the existence of gods in terms of causes?
“Kiṃ nu kho, bho gotama, ‘atthi devā’ti puṭṭho samāno ‘ṭhānaso metaṃ, bhāradvāja, viditaṃ yadidaṃ adhidevā’ti vadesi.
https://suttacentral.net/mn106/en/sujato
Being confident, they either attain the imperturbable now, or are freed by wisdom. Sampasāde sati etarahi vā āneñjaṃ samāpajjati paññāya vā adhimuccati kāyassa bhedā paraṃ maraṇā.
When their body breaks up, after death, it’s possible that the consciousness headed that way will be reborn in the imperturbable.
Ṭhānametaṃ vijjati yaṃ taṃsaṃvattanikaṃ viññāṇaṃ assa āneñjūpagaṃ.
https://suttacentral.net/mn105/en/sujato
It’s possible that a certain individual may be intent on material pleasures. Ṭhānaṃ kho panetaṃ, sunakkhatta, vijjati yaṃ idhekacco purisapuggalo lokāmisādhimutto assa.
it seem in every other MN sutta


mn 105 interesting,
It’s possible that a certain individual may be intent on material pleasures. Ṭhānaṃ kho panetaṃ, sunakkhatta, vijjati yaṃ idhekacco purisapuggalo lokāmisādhimutto assa.
Such an individual engages in pertinent conversation, thinking and considering in line with that. They associate with that kind of person, and they find it satisfying. Lokāmisādhimuttassa kho, sunakkhatta, purisapuggalassa tappatirūpī ceva kathā saṇṭhāti, tadanudhammañca anuvitakketi, anuvicāreti, tañca purisaṃ bhajati, tena ca vittiṃ āpajjati;
But when talk connected with the imperturbable is going on they don’t want to listen. They don’t lend an ear or apply their minds to understand it. They don’t associate with that kind of person, and they don’t find it satisfying. āneñjapaṭisaṃyuttāya ca pana kathāya kacchamānāya na sussūsati, na sotaṃ odahati, na aññā cittaṃ upaṭṭhāpeti, na ca taṃ purisaṃ bhajati, na ca tena vittiṃ āpajjati.
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