. Adhisthàna (S). Determination, resolution. Assist and protect.
. Adhisthànabala (S). Magical power of determination. Buddha confers his strength on all (who seek it) and upholds them.
. Gàya (S). Elephant.
. Gàthà (S). Strophe.
. Asrama, àsram (S). Monastery, hermitage.
Giác. Bodhi (S,P) from avabhoda knowing, understanding. Enlightenment, illumination. Giác is to awake, apprehend, perceive, realize.
. The various branches or modes of enlightenment. seven factors of enlightenment.
. The way of enlightenment.
. An enlightened one, especially a Buddha, enlightening self and others .
. The fathomless ocean of enlightenment, or Buddha-wisdom.
. The flower of enlightenment.
. The procedure, or discipline, of the attainment of enlightenment for self and others,
. Sharpness of enlightenment.
. Completely and clearly enlightened; clearly to apprehend.
Giác lộ. The way to enlightenment.
. The shore, bank of enlightenment, which Buddha has reached after crossing the sea of illusion.
. To awake, become enlightened, comprehend spiritual reality. Được : to be awaken, illumined, enlightened.
. Enlightened wisdom; omniscience.
. Timelessness, eternity, changelessness, the bodhi day which has no change.
. Bodhyanga (S) Xem , .
. Awareness and pondering, acts of intellectuation.
. The mountain of enlightenment.
. The mind of enlightenment, the illuminated mind, the original nature of human. Thought of wisdom.
. The enlightened mind free from all illusion. Enlightenment ability.
. To awake others; to enlighten others.
. The walled city of enlightenment, into which illusion cannot enter. Bodh Gayà where the Buddha attained the enlightenment.
. The stage of perfect enlightenment.
. The king of enlightenment, the enlightened king.
Giải. To unloose, let go, release, untie, disentangle; explain, expound.
. To loose s.o. from his bonds; to relieve distress.
. To deliver, rescue, save.
. Kausidya (S). Indolence.
. The dismissing of the summer retreat.
. Interpretation and conduct; to understand and do.
. To put an end to hatred.
. To dispel doubts.
. To untie, undo, loose (bonds etc.)
. To apprehend, or interpret the immateriality of all things.
. To save s.o. đrom a danger.
. Sarva-ruta-kausalya (S). Supernatural power of interpreting all the languages of all beings.
. To exculpate, exonerate s.o. from a charge, to clear s.o. of a crime.
Giải (kinh). Sandhi-nirmocana-sùtra (S). Scripture Unlocking the Mysteries.
. Mukti (S). Deliverance, liberation, setting free, emancipation.
. The flavour of release, i.e. nirvàna.
. The commandments accepted on leaving the world and becoming a disciple or a monk/nun.
. The door of release, gate of deliverance.
. The knowledge and experience of nirvàna.
. The garment of liberation, the robe.
. A Buddha's understanding of release, or nirvàna, the fifth of .
Giáng. To descend, to come down, go down (from heaven).
. Ti descend from heaven.
. To impose a misfortune on s.o.
. To subdue nàgas and subjugate tigers.
. To bestow a favour on s.o., to bless s.o.
. To descend into the world.
. To descend to earth from above, as recorded of the Buddha.
Giảng. To talk, explain, preach, discourse.
. Xem .
. Explanation of the Doctrine.
. Subject-matter (of lecture, speech)
. The preaching hall, lecture hall; amphitheatre, auditorium.
. To elucidate holy scriptures; to comment (up) on classics.
. To explain the sense, the meaning.
. To expound, discourse, preach; to try to convince.
. The preaching sects i.e. all except .
Giáo. Pravacana (S). To teach, instruct, inculcate; Sàsana (S). Teaching, precept, doctrine. Agama (S). Sect, shool, church.
. The founder of a religion, e.g. the Buddha.
. To teach a way, or religion; a taught way contrasted with an intuitional way; the way of teaching.
. The sacred books of a religion, or sect.
. Instruction and conduct; teaching and practice; also the progress of the teaching, or doctrine.
. Teaching, practice and its realization, its evidential results.
. To transform by instruction; teach and convert; to cause another to give alms.
. An assembly for instruction; a congregation; a church.
. The Unified Vietnamese Buddhist Congregation.
. World Vietnamese Buddhist Order.
. To instruct, command; the commands of a sect or school; instructions, directions.
. The fundamental principles of a religion; its doctrines, or dogmas, e.g. the four noble truths, the eightfold noble path, the twelve nidànas.
. The fruits or results arising from the practice of a religion.
. A religion, a sect, different religious teachings.
. The meaning of a teaching, or doctrine.
. Outside the sect, or school, or church; also not undergoing normal instruction.
. Not rely on texts, or writings but on personal communication of its tenets, either oral or otherwise.
. The words ofBuddhism; words of instruction.
. Within instruction; in the sect or church;
. Teaching and meditation, the Buddha's doctrine and mediatation on it.
. The body, or corpus of doctrine.
Giáo thụ, thọ. To instruct, to give instruction.
. An àcàrya, or instructor, preceptor.
. The particular teaching of a sect.
. The teaching (of Buddha) viewed as a net to catch and save mortals.
Giới. Dhàtu (S). A boundery, limit, region; that which is contained or limited, e.g. the nature of a thing; provenance; a species, class, variety.
. The pure realms, or illimitable "spiritual" regions of the Buddhas outside the three limitations of desire, form and formlessness.
. Within the region, limited, within the confines of the .
. Any region or division, especially the region of desire, form and formlessness.
. The three regions (desire, form and formlessness) and the six paths.
Giới. Sila (S). Precept, command, prohibition, discipline, rule; morality.
. Sila-pàramità (S). The rules of the perfect morality of bodhisattvas.
. Pràtimoksa (S), Pàtimokkhà (P). Disciplinary Code, Code of monk's rules.
. Prohibitions arising out of the fundamental rules; by-laws.
. Silavrataparàmarsa (S). Clinging to mere rules and rituals.
. The source of defiling the commandments.
. Pulpit, esplanade, altar at which the commandments are received by the novice. is the Mahàyàna altar.
. Certificate of ordination of a monk.
Giới, Định, Tuệ. Discipline, meditation, wisdom; discipline wards off bodily evil, meditation calms mental disturbance, wisdom gets rid of delusion and prove truth.
. The power of the discipline.
. Strict morality.
. The study of the rules, or discipline; moral formation.
. The perfume of the commandments, or rules.
. A utensil fit to receive the rules, i.e one who is not debarred from entering the Order, as is an eunuch, slave, minor, etc.
. The number of years a monk has been ordained.
. Sila and vinaya, the rules.
. Vinaya Pitaka (S). The collection of rules.
. The power derived from the observation of the commandments.
. The different groupings, or subjects of the commandments, or discipline; i.e. the 5, 10, 250 etc.
. The teacher of the discipline, or of the commandments (to the novice)
. The five virtues of the teacher of discipline: obedience to the rules, twenty years as monk, ability to explain the vinaya, meditation, ability to explain the abhidharma.
. The embodiment of the commandments in the heart of the recipient; also the basis, or body, of the commandments.
. The good root of keeping the commandments.
. One who receives the commandments orrules.. The commandments, or rules in their various forms.