Y. Clothes, especially a monk's robe.
. Cassock and almsbowl.
. The pearl in the garment, i.e. Buddha-nature.
. The robe, throne and abode of the Tàthagata, See Lotus Sùtra phẩm.
Y. To depend, rely on; dependent, conditioned; accord with.
. Xem .
. The two forms of karma resulting from one's past; , being the resultant person; , being the dependent condition, or environment, e.g. country, family, possessions, etc.
. To depend and rest upon.
. The acàrya, or master of a junior monk.
. The profundity on which all things depend, i.e. the bhùtatathatà; also the Buddha.
. The ground on which one relies; the body, on which sight, hearing etc., depend; the degree of samadhi attained.
. The bhùtatathatà in its expressible form, as distinguished from it as Li ngôn inexpressible.
. To rely upon the dharma, or thuth itself, and not upon (the false interpretations of) men.
. Dependent on or trusting to someone or something else; trusting on another not on self or "works".
. Paratantra (S). Depending on another that which arises. Not having an independent nature, not a nature of its own, but constituted of elements.
. One of the dependent on constructive elements and without a nature of its own.
. The mind in a dependent state, that of the Buddha in incarnation.
. The unreality of dependent or conditioned things, e.g. the body, or self, illustrated in ten comparisons: foam, bubble, flame, plantain, illusion, dream, shadow, echo, cloud, lightning.
. The body on which one depends, or on which its parts depend.
. A board to lean against when in meditation.
. Nairanjàna (S). Xem . Name of a river.
. The magical powers which depend on drugs, spells etc.
Ý, . Manas, mana, mano (S). The sixth of the sadàyatanas or six means of perception, i.e. sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch and mind. Intellectual function of consciousness.
. The calmly joyful life of the mind - one of the four in the Lotus sùtra.
. Manindriyà (S). Mind faculty, mind sense, the sixth of the senses.
. The stage of intellectual conscioueness, being the sixth vijnàna, the source of all concepts.
. Intellectual explanation; liberation of the mind, or thought.
. Manodhàtu (S). The realm of mind.
. Mental learning, learning by meditation rather than from books.
. Thoughts, ideas, concepts, views.
. Mental power or intention; the purpose to attain bodhi or enlightenment.
. Joy of the mind, the mind satisfied and joyful. Manobhiràma, the realm foretold for Maudgalyàyana as a Buddha.
. The mind as a horse, ever running from one thing to another.
. The mind like a horse and the heart like a monkey - restless and intractable.
. The function of mind or thought, one of the thought, word, deed.
. Mental words, words within the intellectual consciousness; thought and words.
. By thought and remembrance or invocation of Amitàbha to enter into his Pure Land.
. Manomaya (S). A body mentally produced, or produced at will.
. The three evils which belong to intellect: tham lobha, desire; sân dvesa, dislike; si moha, delusion.
Ý٠thành. Mentally evolved, or evolved at will.
. Devas independent from the nourishment of the realms of form and formlessness, who live onlyin the realm of mind.
. The direction of the mind, or will.
. The mind or will to become calm as still water, on entering samàdhi.
. Manovijnàna (S). The faulty of mind, one of the six vijnànas.
. The mind as intractable as a monkey.
. The mind vehicle, the vehicle of intellectual consciousness, the imagination.
. The mind-sense, the mind, the sixth of the six senses.
Ỷ. A kind of open-work variegated silk.
. Sexual talk; improper remarks.
Yếm, Yểm. Satiated; weary of; disgusted with. Also Chán.
. To weary of the world and abandon it. Also .
. Weary of the world; to renounce the world.
. Silent, quiet.
. Sitting silently.
. Karmadana (S).