bdag 'dzin

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བདག་འཛིན
bdag tu 'dzin pa pa to impute/ hold to have/ misconstrue as having identity; isc. perception based on the assumption of identity; to perceive as though there were identity [RB]

ego-clinging grasping at a self, grasping at the reality of, [atmagraha]; egoism, selfishness, I-making, ego-clinging, ego, ego-fixation; ego-clinging, ego-fixation, holding to a self; [informal] clinging to reality [RY]

[informal] clinging to reality [RY]

ego-clinging/ grasping/ fixation * ownership, possession [IW]

belief in a pure ego, belief in self, grasping at a self, selfishness, clinging to the I, egotism, apprehended selfhood, apprehension of self, ego-clinging, ego, ego-fixation, self-grasping, sense of I, grasping at a self, grasping at the reality of [JV]

Clinging, grasping, attachment (bdag 'dzin): its two main aspects are clinging to the true reality of the ego, and clinging to the reality of outer phenomena. [MR]

belief in a pure ego, belief in self, grasping at a self, selfishness, clinging to the I, egotism, apprehended selfhood, apprehension of self, ego-clinging, ego, ego-fixation, self-grasping, sense of I, grasping at a self, grasping at the reality of, self-clinging [JV]