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སྒྲ། (Wyl. sgra) n. Pron.: dra

  • Skt. śabda. Sounds [Abhidharma] [Eighteen dhatus] [Twelve ayatanas]
  • sounds [Samkhya Tenets] [Twenty-Five Principles] [Five subtle objects]
  • Skt. शब्दः, śabda, Pron.: shabda. From Sanskrit: in | also | perhaps connected with | also 2. | sound, noise, voice, tone, note | to utter a sound, raise the voice, cry aloud | sound is supposed to be sevenfold | or eight. fold | or tenfold | in the Mīmān6sā it is taught to be eternal | a word | by word, explicitly, expressly | on | speech, language | the right word, correct expression | •opp. to | the sacred syllable Om, AmṛitUp. | (in gram.) a declinable word or a word-termination, affix | a name, appellation, title | 'because it is so-called' | a technical term | verbal communication or testimony, oral tradition, verbal authority or evidence (as one of the Pramāṇas [Mahavyutpatti] [Sanskrit] MVP MW

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