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Ummádachittá

Unno
Upacharako
Upajjhayo

Upáli

Upásako (adjective)
Upásakawiháro

Upasampada

Upatissa

Upatisso

Uposathó (adjective)

the mother of Pandukabhayo, 56, 57, 58, 59.
a chief, 151.

8.

from upa near, and the root jhé to meditate-thence upatthánań jhayati-" he
who assists the lover of good works," is contracted into upajjhayo, and forms
the appellation of the preceptor and sponsor, among the priesthood, who
has the power of conferring upasampadá ordination, 37.

13, 28, 29.

passim devotees from upa and ásó, to live near or with (Buddho).
at Anuradhapura, 110, 120, 123.

passim: from upa near, sań united, and the root pada to progress, signifies
perfect attainment, and is the designation of the order, as well as of the
ordination, of full priest; the Sámanéro being the intermediate stage between
admission into priesthood and the full ordination.

one of the ancient capitals of Ceylon, situated to the north of Anuradhapura
on the Malwatte oya, 50, 53, 54, 55, 57, 62, 63, 65, 109.

an officer of Wijayo, 50; a rája, 247.

passim: from upa near, by, with, and wasatho, sojourning, observing,-hence
the name given to certain religious observances, days, and edifices.

in Singh. maha nel, the lotus, 22, 133, 139.

father of Phussadewo, 143.

Vishnu 47.

founded by an officer of Wijayo Singh. Maháwelligama, not identified, 50, 219.
five yojanas west of Anuradhapura, near the pearl banks, 168.

Upósathó (Buddho)

8.

Uppalań

Uppalo

Uppalawanno

Uruwéla

Uruwelapattanam

Uruwelaya

Uruwelo

Usabhó

Uttaniya
Uttarakuru

Uttaratissárámayo

Vitaro

Uttinno

Uttiyo

Utú

from “uru" sand, and “wéláya” waves or mounds,-the present Buddhaghya,
in India, where the bo-tree still florishes, 1, 4.

an officer of Wijayo, 50; brother of Bhaddakachcháná, 56.

a measure, vide yójano.

a wiharo in Winjjhá in India, 171.

one of the four dipos, or great divisions of the human world, the northern
division, 2, 178.

a wiháro at Anuradhapura, 206.

a théro, 71, 74; a sámanéro, 178.

a thero of Kásmira, 171.

a théro, 71, 96; brother of Diwánanpiyatisso, 121, 125, 126, 127; of
Kalyani, 131; an officer of Wattagamani, 204.

from the root u to arrest or terminate, as one season arrests or terminates the
preceding one-the name of the moiety of each of the three seasons-
hémanto snowy or cold, gimhano hot, and wassáno rainy.—An utú therefore
is a term of two months-the following is their denominations, the first
commencing with the first day of the last quarter of the month of Katiko,
viz., Hemanto, Sisiro, Wasanto, Gimhans, Wassano, Sarado.

Waḍdhamáná

Wáhano
Wahiṭṭa

Wajji
Wálagamo
Wálápasso

Walli

Walliyéro

Wálu kárámo

Wanawási

Wangapattankagullo

Wangu

Wangurájá

Wanguttaro
Wankanásiko

Wannakanno
Waradipo
Warakalyáno

the name of Anuradhapura, in the time of Kondgamano Buddho, 91; a tank
and wiharo, 257.

a tank, not identified, 237.

a town, not identified, 151.

a part of Bahar in India over which the Lichchani rájas ruled, 15, 17.

a wiháro, Singh. Wélagáma, not identified, 208.

a tank, not identified, 248.

a wiharo in Uruwélo, not identified, 219.

in Rohano, not identified, 221.

a temple at Wésáli, the capital of Wajji, 19, 29.

a country to the south of the Jambund, in India, 71, 73, 172.

a wiháro, not identified, 208.

one of the divisions of the ancient Majjhadéso. In P. Wilson's Dictionary
"Bengal, or the eastern parts of the present province," 43, 44, 45.

the grand-father of Wijayo, 43, 45.

a mountain, not identified, 127.

223.

a great canal of irrigation, not identified, 210.

name of Ceylon in the time of Konágamanó Buddho, 91.

8.

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24, 37.

a théro, 18.

father of Wélusumano, 142, 143, 144; an usurper, 219, 220, 222, 223.
vide Sakko, 235.

passim the four months of the rainy season from the full moon of July
to the full moon of November; during which period, buddhist priests are
permitted and enjoined to abstain from pilgrimage, and to devote themselves
to stationary religious observances; this religious term or sacred season
is called in Singhalese wass.

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a mountain near Rájagaha in India, 12.

passim: the védas, the scriptures of the bráhmans divided in the Rich, Yojus
and Sámá. The circumstance of three of the vidas only being mentioned
in the Mahawanso is a mutual corroboration of the antiquity of the first
portion of the Maháwanso, and of the fact of the more modern compilation
of the fourth réda called the Athawa.

Welangawitti
Welango
Welujanapado

Wélusumano
Wiluwano

Wesákho

Wésáli

Wessabhuribhu
Wessagiri

Wessantaro
Wessawano
Wibhajja

Wibhisano
Widudhabho

Wihirabyo
Wiháradéwi
Wihárawassigámo

Wijayaramo

Wijayi

Wijayo

Wijitapura
Wijito

Wimánawatthu

Wineyo

Winjha
Wipassanan

Wipassi
Wissakammo
Wisuddhimaggan

Wiyadho
Woharakatisso

a tank, not identified, 237.

a forest near Sálagullo, 204.

a division of Róhano, not identified, 142.

one of Dutthagamani's warriors, 134, 137, 142, 150.

a temple at Rájagaha, also a bambo forest; the name of the wiháro is derived
from the garden in which Bimbisáro rája erected it, 29, 85.

passim: the asterism or constellation which gives the name to the month,
April-May.

the capital of Wajji, the country of the Lichchawi rájas, 15, 16, 17, 18, 240.

1.

a wiharo at Anuradhapura, 123; also a forest in the neighbourhood of
Anuradhapura, 203, 204.

9.

a dewatá, chief of yakkhos, also called Kuwéro, 66, 163, 242.

from the root "bhanja" to pound, thoroughly dissect, and the intensitive "wi,"
signifies investigated, analyzed, dissected.

a wiháro, 257.

son of the king of Kósala, by a slave, who had been treacherously affianced to
the king of Kósala, as a pure descendant of the Sákya line, the discovery of
which imposition led to a war between the Kósala and Sakya families, 55.
a village, not identified, 109.

mother of Dutthagámani, 130, 131, 132.

near Súládháro pabbato, 143.

a garden at Anuradhapura, 99.

51.

the founder of the Wijayan dynasty in Ceylon, 46, 47, 51, 52, 53, 54;
another, 228, 229.

a town and fort in the district of Neurakaláwiya, 50, 55, 151, 153, 155.
(an officer of Wijayo), 50; (brother of Bhaddakachcháná), 56, 57.

the account of the mansions of the gods, one of the books of the Khudakani-
kayo, 83.

passim one of the three divisions of the Pitakattaya, from the root ni
to establish. It is the portion of the buddhistical scriptures which regulates
discipline in that church.

a wilderness among the Vindhiya mountains of India, 115, 171.

from the root disa to see or be enlightened, one of the minor inspirations
or sanctifications, considered to be still attainable, in a mitigated degree.

1.

an agent or artificer of Sakko, 111, 166, 186, 189.

an epitome of the Pitakattaya, composed by Buddhaghósó, 252.

a dewatá who precides over wild hunters and foresters, 66.
226.

Yakkho

Yaso

Yasódará

Yassalálako

Yatthálatisso
Yojanań

passim: the designation of a class of demons, derived from the root "yaja” to make offerings; the worshippers of these demons are also called "yakkhos” and “yakkhinís.”

15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 42.

9.

218, 219.

son of Mahánágo, 97, 130; a wiháro, 130.

passim: a measure of distance, equal to four “gáwutań” and each gáwutan called gow in Singhalese, is equal to four hætakmas, and an hætakma is considered to be equal to one English mile, which would make a yojanan, to be 16 miles. The following, however is the table of Long Measure in Páli literature, which though sufficiently minute, does not define distance with precision.

7 lice equal to ... 1 grain of paddy, (rice in the husk.)

7 grains of paddy 1 angulań, (inch.)

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Yona

an ancient division of India, of which the northern Madura was the capital. 71, 73, 74, 171.

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