bdag med

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1) ownerless; 2) egoless)/ [anatman, non- self, non-ego, egoless[ness], devoid of ego, lack of self-entity, selfless[ness], no-self, non-entity; ownerless, self and non-self] [IW]

1) ownerless, unclaimed; 2) selfless[ness], egoless[ness] [IW]

Non-self, nairatmya. The lack of true, independent self-existence [RY]

chos rnams thams cad bdag med all things are without self-nature [RY]

nonexistence of identity (of the individual personality and/ or phenomena); lack of identity [RB]

nobody's property; x chos bdag med la snying rus gang che the Dharma is nobody's property. It belongs to whoever has the most endeavour [RY]

Selflessness. The innate absence of a self-entity in both the individual person as well as in matter and mind [RY]

1) selflessness. 2) unclaimed, not owned by anyone, owner-less. 3) Egolessness, absence of self, anatman, nonself, non-ego, egolessness, devoid of, without a, lack of self-entity, selflessness, no-self, non- entity, owner-less. lack of self, selflessness; lack of self, selflessness; without a self, lacking a self, insubstantial, [anatman] [RY]

anatman, without self, non-individuality, not-self, non-entitativeness, non-existence of an ontological principle, without any individuality of its own, (two aspects are chos kyi bdag med, gang zag gi bdag med), (realization that the constituting elements are unwarranted as ultimate entities and incapable of resisting criticism), voidity, emptiness, the quality of being not absolute, unowned, forlorn, friendless, vagabond, selflessness, (there is nothing that makes anything what it is), derelict, wild, devoid of identity, insubstantiality [JV]

anatman, without self, non-individuality, not-self, non-entitativeness, non-existence of an ontological principle, without any individuality of its own, (two aspects are chos kyi bdag med, gang zag gi bdag med), (realization that the constituting elements are unwarranted as ultimate entities and incapable of resisting criticism), voidity, emptiness, the quality of being not absolute, unowned, forlorn, friendless, vagabond, selflessness, (there is nothing that makes anything what it is), derelict, wild, devoid of identity, insubstantiality, absence of a self, without any self, no self-entity [JV]