tshul

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1) principle, manner, way, fashion, method. mode, aspect, species, kinds. 2) way of acting, conduct, behavior. form, capacity, custom, tradition, habit, system, approach, rule, established way, conventional style / behavior 3) noon. 4) viewpoint; method, manner, mode; way, manner/ nature; way, method, the how-to; way, manner, mode, as, method [RY]

nature [IW]

way/ manner/ mode/ process (of); how . . . [RB]

1) principle, manner, way, fashion, method, mode, aspect, species, kinds; 2) way of acting, conduct, behavior, form, capacity, custom, tradition, habit, system, approach, rule, established way, conventional style/ behavior; 3) noon; 4) viewpoint * as, method, form, (in the capacity, how, symbolizing [-- tshul gyi zhabs 'gro: dance symbolizing -- ; 'gro tshul bshad: explain how to go, pretending to be] [IW]

mode [RY]

form, nature, manner, method, principle, procedure, aspect, fashion, way (-, of doing anything, of acting), conduct, duty, course of life, proper way, right method, species, kind, when (when joined to verb root), as, "manner" particle, pretend particle, specific instructions, mode, work, on the basis of, application, the way in which, regarding the way, relating to, the way of [JV]

as, method, way, form, (in the) capacity [lha mo'i tshul snang sgyu ma'i phyag rgya che the mahamudr\a of illusion is perceived as dev\is. E g, gyog pa tshul as his servant, tshul bzhi four methods. chos nyid don rtogs 'chi ba'i tshul spangs ma you have realized ultimate dharmat\a and abandoned death. Notes: tshul was not actually translated in the above passage. way tshul shing stick of the way . Notes: the reference for the above citation is to the "counting sticks" received by participants in the summer retreat the term dates back to the time of sh\akyamuni buddha, when these sticks would be distributed to those followers of the buddha's way who intended to participate in the midday meal that was on occasion offered by a patron to the buddha and his disciples] [IW]

approach, character, mode, system, tradition, way [thd]

1) principle, manner, way, fashion, method. mode, aspect, species, kinds; 2) way of acting, conduct, behavior. form, capacity, custom, tradition, habit, system, approach, rule, established way, conventional style/ behavior; 3) noon; 4) viewpoint [1) thabs,//'tsho ba skyel tshul,//las ka byed tshul; 2) lugs sam stangs,//'gro tshul,//skad cha bshad tshul,//gnas tshul; 3) rigs pa,//tshul dang tshul min 'byed mkhas pa,//tshul bzhin byed pa; 4) khul,//mi shes shes tshul ma byed] [IW]