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1) (tha mi dad pa) perceive, apprehend, touch, be aware of, know, feel [lus kyi sdug bsngal lus kyis tshor ba,//kho'i skad cha ngas tshor byung]; 2) Reg pas yul yongs su spyad pa'i rnam par smin pa sim gdung bar ma gang rung nyams su myong ba'i bdag nyid can gyi shes pa'o [bde sdug gi tshor ba,//tshor ba btang snyoms,//nyi ma tsha dus grib nag gi sar bsdad na tshor ba bsil po yong; kun 'gro lnga'i ya gyal; 3) hear; 4) mental/ physical feeling, sensation, perceptions, pleasure pain, [one of the [[phung po lnga]], five aggregates/ skandhas. [[rten cing 'brel bar 'byung ba'i yan lag bcu gnyis. = 12 links of dependent origination TSE] [IW]
 
1) (tha mi dad pa) perceive, apprehend, touch, be aware of, know, feel [lus kyi sdug bsngal lus kyis tshor ba,//kho'i skad cha ngas tshor byung]; 2) Reg pas yul yongs su spyad pa'i rnam par smin pa sim gdung bar ma gang rung nyams su myong ba'i bdag nyid can gyi shes pa'o [bde sdug gi tshor ba,//tshor ba btang snyoms,//nyi ma tsha dus grib nag gi sar bsdad na tshor ba bsil po yong; kun 'gro lnga'i ya gyal; 3) hear; 4) mental/ physical feeling, sensation, perceptions, pleasure pain, [one of the [[phung po lnga]], five aggregates/ skandhas. [[rten cing 'brel bar 'byung ba'i yan lag bcu gnyis. = 12 links of dependent origination TSE] [IW]
  

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1) (tha mi dad pa) perceive, apprehend, touch, be aware of, know, feel [lus kyi sdug bsngal lus kyis tshor ba,//kho'i skad cha ngas tshor byung]; 2) Reg pas yul yongs su spyad pa'i rnam par smin pa sim gdung bar ma gang rung nyams su myong ba'i bdag nyid can gyi shes pa'o [bde sdug gi tshor ba,//tshor ba btang snyoms,//nyi ma tsha dus grib nag gi sar bsdad na tshor ba bsil po yong; kun 'gro lnga'i ya gyal; 3) hear; 4) mental/ physical feeling, sensation, perceptions, pleasure pain, [one of the phung po lnga, five aggregates/ skandhas. [[rten cing 'brel bar 'byung ba'i yan lag bcu gnyis. = 12 links of dependent origination TSE] [IW]

1) (tha mi dad pa perceive, apprehend, touch, be aware of, know, feel; 2) Reg pas yul yongs su spyad pa'i rnam par smin pa sim gdung bar ma gang rung nyams su myong ba'i bdag nyid can gyi shes pa'o; 3) hear; 4) mental/ physical feeling, sensation, perceptions, pleasure pain [one of the phung po lnga, five aggregates/ skandhas. [[rten cing 'brel bar 'byung ba'i yan lag bcu gnyis. = 12 links of dependent origination TSE] [IW]

feeling; sensation (i.e., as aggregate or one of twelve links of interdependent connection) [RB]

1) (tha mi dad pa perceive, apprehend, touch, be aware of, know, feel, sense; 2) knowledge having the nature of touch yul yongs su spyad pa'i rnam par smin pa sim gdung bar ma gang rung; 3) hear; 4) mental/ physical feeling, sensation, perceptions, pleasure pain [IW]

Feeling; to become aware of [RY]

sensation [thd]

vedana, feeling tones, mibp 19, feeling, feel, realize, physiological tone, judgment of feeling, perceive, sensation, hear, basic sentience (as far as kun gzhi is concerned), 1 of 5 phung po, sensibility, sensory perception, to notice, to physically feel [JV]

tshor ba, tshor ba, tshor ba intr. v.; 1) to hear. 2) mental or physical feeling, sensation, perceptions, pleasure pain, [seventh of the one of the phung po lnga the five aggregates / skandhas. rten cing 'brel bar 'byung ba'i yan lag bcu gnyis 12 links of dependent origination.]. feeling; sensation (i.e. as aggregate or one of twelve links); Def. by Jamg?ongtr?yan lag bdun pa ni/ reg pa de la brten ns tshor ba bde sdug bar ma gsum myong ba yin te/ mig dbang dang/ yul gzugs yid 'ong/ mig shes gsum 'dus pa las thog mar mig shes kyis yul yongs su gcod pa'i reg pa 'byung/ de'i rjes su reg pas yongs su myong ba'i tshor ba bde bar 'byung bas mtshon no/ / dbang shes drug la tshor ba gsum gyi dbye bas yid nye bar rgyu ba bco brgyad ces bya]] [RY]

Discussion

Characterized as experiencing. Feeling is generally classified as pleasant, unpleasant, and neutral, but it can also be classified in six according to the faculty that it arises in dependence upon: there are feelings that arise from contact assembled by eye, ear, nose, tongue, body and mind.

In English, the word feeling can generally refer to a large range of different emotions. In Buddhist scriptures, it is limited specifically to feelings of pleasant, unpleasant and neutral.

Feeling is the second of the five aggregates and the seventh of the twelve links of interdependence. DKC