Buddhanīti Saṅgaho

9: Kataññutāvaggo

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Jā 429 Mahāsukajātakaṁ

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“Dumo yadā hoti phalūpapanno

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Bhuñjanti naṁ vihagā Thai: vihaṅgamā; same meaning, but against the metre.01 sampatantā.

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Khīṇan-ti ñatvāna dumaṁ phalaccaye,

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Disodisaṁ yanti tato vihaṅgamā. [160]

 

⏑⏑−⏑−,¦−⏑⏑¦−⏑−⏑−   Jagatī (throughout)
Cara cārikaṁ Lohitatuṇḍa mā mari, BJT: mā cari? 02

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Kiṁ tvaṁ suva Both here and below we need to read suvā to correct the opening. 03 sukkhadumamhi jhāyasi?

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Tad-iṅgha maṁ Thai omits: maṁ; against the metre. 04 brūhi, Vasantasannibha,

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Kasmā suva sukkhadumaṁ na riñcasi?” [161]

 

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“Ye ve sakhīnaṁ sakhāro bhavanti,

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Pāṇaccaye Thai: Pāṇāccaye; against the two-morae rule. 05 dukkhasukhesu Text: sukhadukkhesu; same meaning. 06 Haṁsa,

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Khīṇaṁ akhīṇan-ti na taṁ jahanti,

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Santo sataṁ Dhammam-anussarantā. [162]

 

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Sohaṁ sataṁ aññatarosmi Haṁsa,

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Ñātī ca me hoti sakhā ca rukkho.

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Taṁ nussahe Text: nussehe; but correct reading = na + ussahe. 07 jīvikattho pahātuṁ,

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Khīṇan-ti ñatvāna, na hesa Thai: esa. 08 Dhammo.” [163]

 

Jā 430 Cullasukajātakaṁ Text: Mūla-. 09

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“Santi rukkhā haritapattā, dumā nekaphalā bahū,

−−⏑−¦−,−−−¦¦⏑−⏑⏑¦⏑−⏑−   mavipulā
Kasmā nu sukkhe koḷāpe suvassa BJT: sukassa; same meaning. 10 nirato mano?” [164]

 

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“Phalassa upabhuñjimhā nekavassagaṇe bahū,

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Aphalam-pi viditvāna sāva metti Thai: mitti; same meaning. 11 yathā pure.” [165]

 

−−⏑−¦−,−−−¦¦−−⏑⏑¦⏑−⏑−   mavipulā
“Sukkhañ-ca rukkhaṁ koḷāpaṁ, Thai: rukkhakoḷāpaṁ; compound form of the words. 12 opattam-aphalaṁ dumaṁ,

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Ohāya sakuṇā yanti, kiṁ dosaṁ passase Thai: maññase. 13 dija?” [166]

 

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“Ye phalatthā sambhajanti, aphalo ti jahanti naṁ,

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Attatthapaññā dummedhā, te honti pakkhapātino.” [167]

 

Jā 44 Makasajātakaṁ

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Seyyo amitto matiyā upeto

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Na tveva mitto mativippahīno,

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Makasaṁ vadhissan-ti hi eḷamūgo Thai: elamūgo. 14

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Putto pitū ChS: pitu; the long vowel is m.c. to complete the opening. 15 abbhidā uttamaṅgaṁ. [168]

 

Jā 522 Sarabhaṅgajātakaṁ

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Yo ve kataññū katavedi Dhīro,

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Kalyāṇamitto daḷhabhattī ChS, Thai: bhatti; against the cadence. 16 ca hoti, Pausing and restarting the break at the 5th. 17

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Dukhitassa Text, Thai: Dukkhitassa, the simplified consonant is needed m.c. to allow for resolution. 18 sakkacca karoti kiccaṁ,

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Tathāvidhaṁ Sappurisaṁ vadanti. [169]

 

SN 1.11.11 Vatapadasuttaṁ

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Mātāpettibharaṁ jantuṁ, kule jeṭṭhāpacāyinaṁ,

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Saṇhaṁ sakhilasambhāsaṁ, pesuṇeyyappahāyinaṁ, [170]

 

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Maccheravinaye yuttaṁ, saccaṁ, kodhābhibhuṁ naraṁ:

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Taṁ ve Devā Tāvatiṁsā āhu Sappuriso iti. [171]

 

Jā 72 Sīlavanāgarājajātakaṁ

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Akataññussa posassa niccaṁ vivaradassino,

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Sabbañ-ce pathaviṁ Thai: paṭhaviṁ; showing the t/ṭ alternation found in the texts. 19 dajjā, neva naṁ abhirādhaye. [172]

 

Jā 73 Saccaṁkirajātakaṁ

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Saccaṁ kir-evam-āhaṁsu narā ekacciyā idha:

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Kaṭṭhaṁ niplavitaṁ Thai: nipphavitaṁ; I do not find this form listed in the Dictionaries. 20 seyyo na tvevekacciyo naro. [173]

 

Jā 150 Sañjīvajātakaṁ

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Asantaṁ yo pagaṇhāti, Text, ChS, Thai: paggaṇhāti; which would give mavipulā, but with the word-break at the wrong position. 21 asantañ-cūpasevati, Text: asantam-upasevati. 22

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Tam-eva ghāsaṁ kurute, vyaggho Sañjīvako yathā. [174]

 

Jā 302 Mahā-assārohajātakaṁ See above 137, 138, for the first two of the verses in this Jātaka. 23

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Saṁyogasambhogavisesadassanaṁ

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Anariyadhammesu saṭhesu nassati,

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Katañ-ca Ariyesu ca añjasesu, BJT: añjasesu ca; which is unnecessary in a line which already has two cupolas; ChS: ajjavesu. 24

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Mahapphalaṁ Text: Mahapphalo; but phala is normally neuter. 25 hoti aṇum-pi tādisu. [175]

 

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Yo pubbe katakalyāṇo, akā loke sudukkaraṁ,

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Pacchā kayirā na vā kayirā, accantaṁ pūjanāraho. [176]

 

Jā 445 Nigrodhajātakaṁ These verses are quoted in the commentary to the previous Jātaka. 26

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Yathā pi Text omits, but it is needed for the metre. 27 bījam-aggimhi BJT: bījaṁ aggismiṁ; Thai: vījaṁ aggismiṁ; same meaning, but the variation is then mavipulā. 28 ḍayhati na virūhati,

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Evaṁ kataṁ asappurise nassatī BJT, Thai: nassati; better form, but the metre normally avoids light syllables in 2nd and 3rd positions. 29 na virūhati. [177]

 

⏑−−⏑¦⏑−−−¦¦−⏑−−−¦⏑−⏑− There are 9 syllables in the posterior line. 30
Kataññumhi ca posamhi, sīlavante ariyavuttine,

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Sukhette viya bījāni, kataṁ tamhi na nassati. [178]

 

Jā 90 Akataññujātakaṁ

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Yo pubbe katakalyāṇo katattho nāvabujjhati,

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Pacchā kicce samuppanne kattāraṁ nādhigacchati. [179]

 

Jā 409 Daḷhadhammajātakaṁ Text: Dalha-; showing the l/ḷ alternation found in the texts. 31

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Yo pubbe katakalyāṇo katattho nāvabujjhati,

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Atthā tassa palujjanti, ye honti abhipatthitā. [180]

 

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Yo pubbe katakalyāṇo katattho-m-anubujjhati, Text: katattham-anubujjhati. In the text there is an unusual sandhi consonant, which doesn't normally occur after long vowels; I would prefer to leave it out, and read: katattho anubujjhati. 32

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Atthā tassa pavaḍḍhanti, Text: pavaḍḍhati; singular where plural is required. 33 ye honti abhipatthitā. [181]

 

AN 3.26 Sevitabbasuttaṁ

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Nihiyati Text, BJT, ChS, Thai all read: nihīyati, which is the correct form, but against the metre, which requires a light syllable here. 34 puriso nihīnasevī,

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Na ca hāyetha kadāci tulyasevī,

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Seṭṭham-upanamaṁ udeti khippaṁ,

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Tasmā attanŏ Text: tasmāttano, breaking the 2 morae rule and spoiling the metre. 35 uttariṁ bhajetha. [182]

 

Jā 308 Javasakuṇajātakaṁ

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Akataññum-akattāraṁ, katass' appaṭikārakaṁ, BJT, ChS, Thai: katassa appaṭikārakaṁ; against the metre. 36

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Yasmiṁ kataññutā natthi, niratthā tassa sevanā. [183]

 

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Yassa Thai: Yattha; I would have expected a variant with an ablative tasmā which is what is required by the sense. 37 sammukhaciṇṇena mittadhammo na labbhati,

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Anusūyam Thai: Anussūyam; although the gemination might have been expected (being equivalent to anuśr-), the form is not listed by any of the Dictionaries, which give anusūyati as the verbal form. 38-anakkosaṁ, saṇikaṁ tamhā apakkame. [184]