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1) series, order, succession; 3) plant sa bon thebs pa. = to plant/ sow a seed]; 4) contribution, monastic endowment [Notes: Mchod thebs. Gtong thebs this term refers to a particular method of funding monastic programs wealthy patrons would donate a certain sum of money to the monastery to support a particular yearly program--summer retreat, an annual chakrasa vara practice, or whatever it would be stipulated, however, that the monastery could spend only the interest, not the principal, of the donation so the monastery, in turn, would lend the endowment to a businessman, who would invest the sum in their business the yearly interest payments--which would be put towards the designated monastic program--and the term of the loan were specified in advance, w the businessman assuming all risks (and rewards) at the end of the term of the loan, the entire principal would be repaid, to be loaned out again]; 5) undergo, get [involuntarily] get hit/ struck, reach, arrive, suffer, come/ fall into) [IW]

1) sown; 2) monastic endowment [patrons would donate a certain sum of money to a monastery to support a particular yearly program--summer retreat, an annual Chakrasa vara practice, or whatever; the monastery could spend only the interest, of the donation so the monastery, in turn, would lend the endowment to a businessman. The fixed yearly interest payments would be put towards the designated monastic program--at the end of the term of the loan, the entire principal would be repaid, and loaned out again] phugs kyi dmigs rten [IW]

1) series, order, succession; 3) plant; 4) contribution, monastic endowment; 5) undergo, get [involuntarily] get hit/ struck, reach, arrive, suffer, come/ fall into, receive [IW]

coming out, issuing, series, order, succession, coming out, SA yong ba, kha lta phyogs, sgra gcan thebs, be thrown, SA 'thebs pa, to get hit, struck by, undergo, reach [JV]

taken, fallen to; series, order, succession, contribution. sa bon thebs pa to plant / sow a seed; receive [RY]