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ཀུན་གཞི་རྣམ་ཤེས་
kun gzhi rnam shes


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གཞི་མཐུན
gzhi mthun
གཞི་མཐུན་སྲིད་པ་གང་ཞིག་ཁྱད་པ་སྒོ་བརྒྱད་ངེས་པ
common locus; firstly, there is a possible common locus; and the eight doors of pervasion are established [definition of synonymous (don gcig, ekArtha)]
རྣམ་&༅༣༩༏གྱུར
rnam 'gyur

manifestation; manifestation of bliss and emptiness{TGP}
རྣམ་བརྟགས
rnam brtags
གཉིས་སྣང་སྔ་མ་ནི་ཀུན་བརྟགས་དང་ཕྱི་མ་ནི་རྣམ་བཏགས་ཡིན་པའི་ཕྱིར།་གཉིས་སྣང་སྔ་མ་ནི་ཀུན་བརྟགས་དང་ཕྱི་མ་ནི་རྣམ་བཏགས་ཡིན་པའི་ཕྱིར།
the imputed; Because the former dualistic appearance [that is, the appearance as object of verbalization and means of verbalization] is the imputational factor and the latter [that is, the appearance as apprehended-object and apprehending-subject] is the imputed.Because the former dualistic appearance [that is, the appearance as object of verbalization and means of verbalization] is the imputational factor and the latter [that is, the appearance as apprehended-object and apprehending-subject] is the imputed.
རྣམ་ཅན
rnam can
ཐོག་མར་བདེན་པའི་རྣམ་ཅན
having the aspect of the [sixteen noble] truths initially{LG}
རྣམ་གྲོལ་ལམ
rnam grol lam
མཐོང་ལམ་རྣམ་གྲོལ་ལམ
path of release; path of release of the path of seeing{PGP 69}
ཞེན་གཞི
zhen gzhi
གཟུགས་སོགས་རྟོག་པའི་ཞེན་གཞི་ཡིན་པ
referent; a form's being a referent of a conceptual consciousness

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