Plurality

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bskyar grangs - plurality, plural number [IW]

khag - 1) word indicating a plurality of different kinds of units / sections / types / parts. 2) division, section, group, part. 3) fault, blame. 4) various. 5) difficulty, {chos dang 'jal ba'i khag lugs} how difficult it is to meet the teachings. See {khag po} 6) responsibility. 7) a task, charge, business, duty, responsibility, importance, part, division, section, place, province, district, kingdom. 8) separate, different [RY]

gcig du - unity and plurality [JV]

gcig du bral - devoid of being 1 or many, things not existing independently, the absence of singularity and plurality [IW]

gcig du bral - devoid of being one or many, things not existing independently, the absence of singularity and plurality [a reasoning so resolving the way all dharmas are] [IW]

gcig du bral kyi rigs pa - the reasoning of the absence of singularity and plurality [RY]

gcig du bral gyi gtan tshigs - the maxim of the absence of singularity and plurality [RY]

gcig du bral gyi dpyad pa - analysis of the absence of singularity and plurality [RY]

che ka - chiefly, plurality [JV]

multiplicity