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Samapanna

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samāpanna : [pp. of samāpajjati) entered upon; engaged in.

Samāpanna [pp. of samāpajjati) having attained, got to, entered, reached S iv.293 (saññā -- nirodhaŋ); A ii.42 (arahatta -- maggaŋ entered the Path); Dh 264 (icchālobha˚ given to desire); Kvu 572 (in special sense= attaining the samāpattis).

sam-āpanna mfn. fallen into (acc.) MBh
       • meeting with (?) Divyâv
       • having ib
       • one who has undertaken (instr.) Kāraṇḍ
       • arrived, come, happened, occurred Hit. (v. l. sam-āsanna)
       • furnished or endowed with (comp.) MBh. R. &c
       • perfect, proficient (in any science) W
       • accomplished, concluded, done L
       • distressed, afflicted ib
       • killed ib
       • n. death L

   mnyam par bzhag pa

   [translation-san] {L,MSA} samāhita

   [translation-san] {C} samāpanna

   [translation-eng] {Hopkins} meditative equipoise{Gön-chok}; compose the mind for meditation

   [translation-eng] {C} collected; concentrated (on); composed; obtained; immersed in; entered into

Source

dictionary.buddhistdoor.com