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1) path [= gol sa, bgrod bya, 'gom bya, 'gro bya, rgyu ba'i sa, 'jug bya, shul lam]; 2) way of doing; 3) tradition, custom; 4) sphere/ place of [rmi lam,//mig lam,//gri lam,//lnga lam,//bar lam] [IW]

territory, pathway, course, method, pass, resource, road, route, track, via, systematic way, way, individual growth, path to the cessation of suffering, unfolding of one's nature, SA tshogs lam, sbyor lam, mthong lam, sgom lam, mi slob, passage, space travelled over, distance travelled over, journey, manner of acting to obtain a certain end, or after "l", practice tradition, or [JV]

Paths. The five paths or stages on the way to enlightenment: the path of accumulation, joining, seeing, cultivation, and no more learning. They can be explained differently according to each of the three vehicles [RY]

1) the Path, path, way, road, [marga]; (spiritual) path; path aspect; path. road. 2) 13th of the 'phags pa'i bden pa bzhi rnam pa bcu drug tu phye ba among the 16 aspects of the four noble truths: Def. by Jamgon Kongtrul: bsgrubs pas chos kyi dbyings de kho na'i don 'tshol zhing rtogs par byed pa'i mtshan nyid can]] 3) lugs system; 4) vivid, see also lam me ba [RY]

1) path, road, way; 2) way of doing; 3) tradition, custom; 4) sphere/ place of; 5) ?/ or [for words ending in LA] [IW]

1) path, road, way; 2) way of doing; 3) tradition, custom; 4) sphere/ place of; 5) ?/ or [IW]

(spiritual) path; path aspect (of); process [RB]

Path (lam): The spiritual training that allows one to free oneself from the cycle of existence (samsara), then reach the state of Buddhahood. [MR]