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stormy, turbulent [RY]
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[['khor 'das 'ub chub]] all-embracing consummation of samsara and nirvana [RY]
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[['ub kyis chub pa]] to encompass/ embrace fully; (to embrace) the whole/ in one fell swoop; to be thoroughly perfect; all-encompassing/ all-embracing; fully embraced/ encompassed; isc. to consummate [RB]
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subsumed; ex [['ub chub par thag bcad]] resolve that all are subsumed within being . . . [RY]
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perfected, all-embracing consummation, all-encompassing [JV]
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1) included completely; 2) instantaneously perfect; 3) united and complete; 4) included and perfected [IW]
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instantaneous perfection; included completely, [['ub pa]] means to collect together, [[chub pa]] means perfected or accomplished, instantaneous perfection, untied and complete; (to embrace) the whole/ in one fell swoop [RY]
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all-embracing consummation [Erick Tsiknopoulos]  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:20, 31 March 2019

'khor 'das 'ub chub all-embracing consummation of samsara and nirvana [RY]

'ub kyis chub pa to encompass/ embrace fully; (to embrace) the whole/ in one fell swoop; to be thoroughly perfect; all-encompassing/ all-embracing; fully embraced/ encompassed; isc. to consummate [RB]

subsumed; ex 'ub chub par thag bcad resolve that all are subsumed within being . . . [RY]

perfected, all-embracing consummation, all-encompassing [JV]

1) included completely; 2) instantaneously perfect; 3) united and complete; 4) included and perfected [IW]

instantaneous perfection; included completely, 'ub pa means to collect together, chub pa means perfected or accomplished, instantaneous perfection, untied and complete; (to embrace) the whole/ in one fell swoop [RY]

all-embracing consummation [Erick Tsiknopoulos]