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Samanta

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Samanta (adj.) [saŋ+anta "of complete ends"] all, entire Sn 672; Miln 3. occurs usually in oblique cases, used adverbially, e. g. acc. samantaŋ completely Sn 442; abl. samantā (D i.222; J ii.106; Vin i.32) & samantato (M i.168=Vin i.5; Mhvs 1, 29; Vism 185; and in definitions of prefix pari˚ DA i.217; VvA 236; PvA 32); instr. samantena (Th 2, 487) on all sides, everywhere, anywhere; also used as prepositions; thus, samantā Vesāliŋ, everywhere in Vesāli D ii.98; samantato nagarassa all round the city Mhvs 34, 39; samāsamantato everywhere DA i.61.

-- cakkhu all -- seeing, an epithet of the Buddha M i.168= Vin i.5; Sn 345, etc.; Miln 111; Nd1 360. -- pāsādika all -- pleasing, quite serene A i.24; ˚kā Buddhaghosa's commentary on the Vinaya Piṭaka DA i.84; -- bhaddakatta complete auspiciousness, perfect loveliness SnA 444; VbhA 132. -- rahita entirely gone J i.29. -- veda one whose knowledge (of the Veda) is complete J vi.213.

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