snang yul

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appearing object [ggd] [RY]

(apparent, appearing,-) object, concretization of presence into an object, percept, things that appear, the thing which is apparent, sense objects which are perceived, appearance of objects [JV]

appearing object [thd]

apparent object/ phenomena/ realm, realm of appearance, projection, appearing object, * field of experience, perceived objects, perceptual habit TSE [IW]

object that appears to it [RY]

snang ba'i yul apparent (sense) object/ environment; sense object that manifests; isc. the/ one's perception of sense objects [cf. Longchenpa's distinction between snang ba (sensory appearances in general) and snang yul (the/ one's individual perception of these as sense objects)] [RB]

perceptible / apparent object, perceived objects, field of experience; apparent phenomena / object / realm, realm of appearance, projection, appearing object, [as one of the four types of objects], perceptual habit. objective appearance [RY]

(apparent, appearing,-) object, concretization of presence into an object, percept, things that appear, the thing which is apparent, sense objects which are perceived, appearance of objects, objects of vision, realm of appearance [JV]