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Kaccāyana

Kaccāyana,Kaccāna m.[Sk.Kātyāyana] 大迦旃延,摩訶迦旃延[十大弟子の一]. =Mahā-Kaccāyana(马哈咖吒亚那)

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kaccāyana

kaccāyana: kaccāyana(na)
ကစၥာယန(န)
[kaccāyana+ṇa]
[ကစၥာယန+ဏ]

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kaccāyana

kaccāyana: kaccāyana(ti)
ကစၥာယန(တိ)
[kacca+ṇāyana.thīnitea kaccāyanī.]
[ကစၥ+ဏာယန။ ထီ၌ ကစၥာယနီ။]

◎ Pali Proper Names Dictionary

Kaccāyana

Kaccāyana:A treatise on Pāli grammar by Kaccāyana.The treatise is in eight divisions,each division comprising suttas or rules,expressed with great brevity; vutti or supplements,to render the suttas intelligible; payoga or grammatical analyses,with examples,and nyāsa or scholia,explanatory notes of the principal grammatical forms in the shape of questions and answers.The nyāsa often exists as a separate book,called the Mukhamattadīpanī.Orthodox tradition ascribes the whole work to Mahā Kaccāna,but another tradition,recorded in the Kaccāyanabheda,states that the aphorisms are by Kaccāyana,the vutti by Sanghānandī,the illustrations by Brahmadatta and the nyāsa by Vimalabuddhi - all perhaps belonging to the same school of Avanti (see above,Kaccāna).



Kaccāyana’s work shows clearly the influence of Sanskrit grammar,chiefly the Kātantra.Many later works were written about the Kaccāyana (as it is called) or were based on it,the chief among them being the Rūpasiddhi,the Kaccāyanabheda,the Kaccāyanasāra and the Kaccāyanavannanā (q.v.).For details see P.L.C.179ff; Bode,21.

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Kaccāyana

Kaccāyana:1.Kaccāyana Thera.-Author of the Kaccāyanavyākarana,the oldest of the Pāli grammars extant.Orthodox tradition identifies him with Mahā Kaccāna.

He was probably a South Indian and belonged to the Avanti school founded by Mahā Kaccāna (P.L.C.179ff; Gv.66; Svd.1233f).He was,perhaps,also the author of the Nettippakarana.

Kaccāyana probably belongs to the fifth or sixth century A.D.

The Gandhavamsa (p.59) ascribes to Kaccāyana the authorship of the

Kaccāyanagandha, Mahāniruttigandha, Cūlaniruttigandha, Petakopadesagandha, Nettigandha and Vannanītigandha.2.Kaccāyana Thera.-An arahant.He was a disciple of Padumuttara Buddha,and was declared by him to be chief among those who could expound in detail what the Buddha stated in brief.It was this declaration made in the presence of Mahā Kaccāna,which made the latter,in that birth an ascetic in Himavā,wish for a like proficiency for himself under a future Buddha.Ap.ii.464; ThagA.i.484.

3.Kaccāyana.-In the Vidhurapandita Jātaka,the Yakkha Punnaka calls himself and is addressed as Kaccāyana (J.vi.273),Kaccāna (J.vi.283,286,301,327) and Kātiyāna (J.vi.299,306,308).The scholiast seems to offer no explanation.

4.Kaccāyana.-See also Kaccāna.

◎ Tipiṭaka Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary

kaccāyana

kaccāyana:ကစၥာယန (တိ)
[ကစၥ+ဏာယန။ ထီ၌ ကစၥာယနီ။]
ကစၥမည္ေသာသူ၏-သား-သမီး-အမ်ိဳး-အႏြယ္။ ကစၥာန-ၾကည့္။ (က) ကစၥာယနမ်ိဳး၌ျဖစ္ေသာ၊ သူ။ (ခ) ကစၥာယနေထရ္၊ ဧတဒဂ္ရ အရွင္မဟာကစၥည္းေထရ္။ ကစၥာနေတၳရ-လည္းၾကည့္။ (ဂ) ကစၥာယနဆရာ၊ ဆသတၳာရတြင္ ပါဝင္ေသာ ပကုဓကစၥာယနဆရာ။ (ဃ) ကစၥာယနေထရ္၊ သဘိယကစၥာယနေထရ္။ (င) ကစၥာယနလုလင္၊ ကစၥည္းလုလင္ (ပုဏၰကဘီလူး၏ ဘဝေဟာင္းအမည္)။

◎ Tipiṭaka Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary

kaccāyana

kaccāyana:ကစၥာယန (န)
[ကစၥာယန+ဏ]
ကစၥည္း (သဒၵါ) က်မ္း။ ကစၥာယနပၸကရဏ-လည္းၾကည့္။

◎ U Hau Sein’s Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary

kaccāyana

kaccāyana:ကစၥာယန (န)
ကစၥည္းဗ်ာက႐ုဏ္းက်မ္း။

◎ U Hau Sein’s Pāḷi-Myanmar Dictionary

kaccāyana

kaccāyana:ကစၥာယန (ပ) (ကတိ+ဏာယန)
ကတိ၏သား။

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