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འདུལ་བ་
'dul ba


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    English Glossaries

    Rangjung Yeshe Dictionary Rangjung Yeshe Tibetan-English Dharma Dictionary 3.0 <br> by Erik Pema Kunsang (2003)

    1) n Vinaya. monastic discipline. 'Discipline.' One of the three parts of the Tripitaka. The Buddha's teachings showing ethics, the discipline and moral conduct that is the foundation for all Dharma practice, both for lay and ordained people. disciplines; monastic rules, taming, influencing, conversion, cultivation; monastic discipline, monastic ordinances; monastic/ ethical codes; restraint; Buddhist monastic discipline

    2) vb 'dul ba, btul ba, gdul ba, thul trans. v.; a) to annihilate, overcome, break in, subdue, conquer, kill, vanquish 2) convert, improve, cultivate, cure, influence, direct, discipline, moderate, soften soil, surmount, tame, tone down, teach, temper, loosen or break up the soil, apply methods of culturing to, till, train, train

    3) adj disciplined, tamed (as in animals); gentle; broke/broken, gentled, softened, peaceful, subdued, muted, moderated, tempered, toned down; mastered, gentled, domesticated

    subdue, tame

    taming, subduing, conquering vinaya [making bad to good. breaking a wild horse...subdue an enemy. calm another, conquer 1's own harshness, cultivate, kill [R]

    trained, well-disciplined

    vinaya

    x 'khor g.yog 'dul ba to direct the entourage and servants

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    Hopkins Glossary 2015 The Uma Institute for Tibetan Studies Tibetan-Sanskrit-English Dictionary (Version: June 2015) <br> Jeffrey Hopkins, Editor. <br> Paul Hackett, Contributor and Technical Editor. <br> Contributors: Nathaniel Garson, William Magee, Andres Montano, John Powers, Craig Preston, Joe Wilson, Jongbok Yi <br> A PDF version of this dictionary is available for download at: www.uma-tibet.org

    discipline; Discipline; vow; monastic discipline; to be tamed; to be trained

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    Hopkins Definitions 2015 The Uma Institute for Tibetan Studies Tibetan-Sanskrit-English Dictionary (Version: June 2015) <br> Jeffrey Hopkins, Editor. <br> Paul Hackett, Contributor and Technical Editor. <br> Contributors: Nathaniel Garson, William Magee, Andres Montano, John Powers, Craig Preston, Joe Wilson, Jongbok Yi <br> A PDF version of this dictionary is available for download at: www.uma-tibet.org

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    Hopkins Divisions 2015 The Uma Institute for Tibetan Studies Tibetan-Sanskrit-English Dictionary (Version: June 2015) <br> Jeffrey Hopkins, Editor. <br> Paul Hackett, Contributor and Technical Editor. <br> Contributors: Nathaniel Garson, William Magee, Andres Montano, John Powers, Craig Preston, Joe Wilson, Jongbok Yi <br> A PDF version of this dictionary is available for download at: www.uma-tibet.org

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    Hopkins Others' English 2015 The Uma Institute for Tibetan Studies Tibetan-Sanskrit-English Dictionary (Version: June 2015) <br> Jeffrey Hopkins, Editor. <br> Paul Hackett, Contributor and Technical Editor. <br> Contributors: Nathaniel Garson, William Magee, Andres Montano, John Powers, Craig Preston, Joe Wilson, Jongbok Yi <br> A PDF version of this dictionary is available for download at: www.uma-tibet.org

    {C}self-discipline; overpower; subdue

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    Tsepak Rigdzin note No direct match. 2 total match(es)
    Richard Barron's glossary Richard Barron's glossary. <br> © Copyright 2002 by Turquoise Dragon Media Services. <br> Source: Rangjung Yeshe Tibetan-English Dharma Dictionary 3.0 (2003)

    to guide/ tame/ control; tamed (as in animals); monastic/ ethical codes; restraint

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    subdue, tame. (RY)

    3) adj disciplined, tamed (as in animals); gentle; broke/broken, gentled, softened, peaceful, subdued, muted, moderated, tempered, toned down; mastered, gentled, domesticated. (RY)

    2) vb 'dul ba, btul ba, gdul ba, thul trans. v.; a) to annihilate, overcome, break in, subdue, conquer, kill, vanquish 2) convert, improve, cultivate, cure, influence, direct, discipline, moderate, soften soil, surmount, tame, tone down, teach, temper, loosen or break up the soil, apply methods of culturing to, till, train, train. (RY)

    1) n Vinaya. monastic discipline. 'Discipline.' One of the three parts of the Tripitaka. The Buddha's teachings showing ethics, the discipline and moral conduct that is the foundation for all Dharma practice, both for lay and ordained people. disciplines; monastic rules, taming, influencing, conversion, cultivation; monastic discipline, monastic ordinances; monastic/ ethical codes; restraint; Buddhist monastic discipline. (RY)

    x 'khor g.yog 'dul ba to direct the entourage and servants. (RY)

    taming, vinaya [making bad to good. breaking a wild horse..subdue an enemy. calm another, conquer one's own harshness, cultivate, kill - (Vinaya): the five classes of downfall, their causes, rising up from those downfalls, renouncing them, vows of the precepts on which one relies, individuals actually vowing the precepts, their divisions, distinguishing downfalls and being without them, teaching those 8 is called vinaya. vinaya, disciplines, taming, conversion, break in, subdue, conquer, vanquish, kill, annihilate, till, cultivate. (IW)

    taming, subduing, conquering vinaya. (IW)

    to guide/ tame/ control; tamed (as in animals); monastic/ ethical codes; restraint. (RB)

    trained, well-disciplined. (RY)

    vinaya, subdue, overcome, surmount, disciplinary code, conquer, vanquish, annihilate, till, cultivate, tame, bring under right discipline, conversion, educational procedure, quell, monastic discipline, monastic ordinances. (JV)