. Samàtha (S). To cease; tranquility, serenity. Also Chỉ.
. Chandaka (S). The coachman of the Prince Siddhàrtha.
. Sravasti (S). Also , , .
. Xem .
Xá lị (lợi). Sàrìra (S). Relic.
. Sàrìradhàtu (S). Relic of the Buddha.
. Dasanadhàtu (S). Tooth relic (eyetooth) of the Buddha.
. Sàrìraka (S). Stùpa of relic.
. Sàriputra (S). One of the ten great disciple of the Buddha.
. Xem .
. The special and sacred body of Vairocana Buddha.
. Sràvasti (S). Name of an Indian city.
. Jayata (S). The Indian 20th patriarch, teacher of Vasubandhu.
. Jatakas (S). Also Kinh .
. Jati (S). Birth, production. Also Sinh.
. Acàrya (S). A teacher, instructor, exemplar.
. Djnà (S). The Buddha's wisdom.
. Jvàla (S). The halo. Also , .
. Grdhrakùta (S). Vulture peak mount. Also , , , Kì sơn.
. Jaina (S). Jainism. Also , .
Xả. Upeksà (S). Neglect, indifference. abandoning; to relinquish, renounce, abandon, reject, give. Translit sa.
. Naihsargika-Pràyascittika (S). The 30th of 250 rules of bhiksus.
. The pure land or heaven free from thinking, the fifth of the nine Brahmalokas, in the fourth of dhyàna region.
. The mind of renunciation
. Bodily sacrifice.
. Tyagà (S). Generous.
. Upeksà (S) Xem xả.
. Xem .
. Atyantika (S). Also .
Xuất. To go out, come forth, put forth; exit; beyond.
. To leave the world and enter the nirvàna way.
. To come out of the state of dhyàna; to enter into it is .
. Pravrajyà (S). To leave home and become a monk or nun.
. One who has left home and become a monk or nun. Two kinds are named: (1) Thân , one who physically leaves home, and (2) tâm one who does so in spirit and conduct. A further division of four is: (1) thân one who physically leaves home, but in spirit remains with wife and family; (2) thân không nhưng tâm one who physically remains at home but whose spirit goes forth; (3) thân và tâm đều one who leaves home body and spirit; and (4) thân và tâm đều không one who, body and mind, refuses to leave home.
. To manifest, reveal, be manifested, appear, e.g. as does a Buddha's temporary body, or nirmànakàya. Name of Udàyi a disciple of Buddha to be reborn as Samantaprabhàsa.
. To leave, come out from.
. To leave the passions and delusions of life.
. To shed a Buddha's blood, one of the five grave sins.
. To be born; to produce; monastic food, superior as bestowed in alms called phạn.
. The surpassing sacred truth, or the sacred immortal truth.
. (1) Appearance in the world, e.g. the Buddha's appearing. (2) To leave the world; a monk or nun. (3) Beyond, or outside, this world, not of this world; of nirvàna character. Lokottara (S). Supermundane, transcendental.
. The aim cherished by the Buddha in appearing in the world.
. Lokottaravàdinah, an offshoot of the Màhàsangrikàh, division of the eighteen Hìnayàna schools.
. The great work of the Buddha's appearing, or for which he appeared.
. To go out of the world; the world (or life) beyond this; the supra-mundane; the spiritual world.
. The way of leaving the world, i.e. of enlightenment.
. The teaching of leaving the world.
. Jnànam-laukottara-tamam (S). Knowledge of the supra-world.
. The work or position of one who has quitted the world, that of a monk.
. The garment of one who has left the world.
. The fruit of leaving the world, the result in another world; nirvàna.
. The nirvàna, or other-world mind.
. The knowledge of leaving the world.
. An abode away from the world, a monastery, hermitage.
. To leave the dusty world of passion and delusion.
. The unfettered, or free bhùtatathatà, as contrasted with the .
. The wisdom of leaving mortality, or reincarnations.
Xúc. Sparsa (S). To butt, strike against; contact; touch; collision; the quality of tangibility. One of the twelve nidànas.
. Desire awakened by touch.
. The poison of touch.
. The pleasure produced by touch.
. Touch, or sensation cause.
. The food of sensation.
. The medium or quality of touch.
Xứ. To dwell, abide; a place, state. Ayatana (S). also tr. Nhập, place or entrance of the sense, both the organ and the sensation, or sense datum. Sphere, regions. . Sadàyatana (S). Six spheres of sense-organs. , twelve àyatana, i.e. six organs and six sense data that enter for discrimination.
. Not to fall away from the status attained.
Xưng. To call, style, invoke.
. To invoke the (Buddha's) name, especially that of Amitàbha.
. To praise.