'byung ba

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འབྱུང་བ
come forth, elements, elemental forces, evolution phases, materiality functions, materiality-producing forces (sa, chu, me, rlung, nam mkha'), arise, spring up, emerge, appear, be set free, go forth, set out, was, past tense indicator, mundane sufferings, come about, progressive order, ordinary, physical, derive, emanate, evolve, happen, originate, to derive from, to be released from, to manifest, leave, become involved in, get a sense of, to get involved in, source [JV]

element(al quality); to occur/ happen/ ensue; to come into being/ come about/ ensue/ lead to/ come from/ issue; to account for/ ensure; to be operant (as); isc. to pertain [RB]

1) aris[ing]; 2) happen/ come; 3) the elements; 4) five [IW]

'byung ba, byung ba, 'byung ba intr. v. 1) appearance in the world, element. 2) ordinary, physical. 3) 'byung 4) source. 5) an emergence, state of being, existence. coming into existence, to come out, to occur, arise, to emerge. elements; element; to originate from; element(al quality); to occur/ happen/ ensue; to come into being/ lead to/ come from; to encounter [hardship] [RY]

(las) 'byung ba - to come about due to . . . [RB]

can take place [RY]

1) aris[ing]; 2) happen/ come; 3) the elements [metaphorically = "5", appearance, arising, element, ordinary, physical, source, an emergence, state of being, existence coming into existence come out] [IW]

ordinary, of the elements [IW]