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Posted by: Johann
« on: June 14, 2018, 03:12:43 PM »


 *sgift*

Draft/Entwurf: IV. Pavāraṇākkhandhako: Einladung-Khandhaka , 1st draft is finished and open for prove read.

Errors MV IV: see last posts above
Posted by: Johann
« on: June 12, 2018, 08:57:01 AM »

Mv IV:

Dots are missing in line 1716

… a Bhikkhu who has gone over to another religion [...] an animal … a matricide …
Posted by: Johann
« on: June 10, 2018, 09:06:12 AM »

Mv IV, line 873:

na tveva tappaccayā pavāraṇāya antarāyo kātabbo.
Not from that cause alone should an obstruction to the Uposatha be made.”


"Uposaha" should be "Invitation"

line 1252:

pavāritānaṁ āpatti dukkaṭassa .pe.
for those reciting


should be: "for those who inviting"
Posted by: Johann
« on: June 10, 2018, 04:23:36 AM »

Venerable Bhante Khematto ,
Valued Admin of Dhammatalks

MvIV line 583

Quote
evañcetaṁ labhetha iccetaṁ kusalaṁ no ce labhetha te bhikkhupaccatthikā bhikkhūhi evamassu vacanīyā iṅgha tumhe āyasmanto imaṁ bhikkhuṁ muhuttaṁ nissīmaṁ netha yāva saṅgho pavāretīti.

If not, the relatives should be addressed by the Bhikkhus, ‘Please, sirs, will you take this Bhikkhu outside the territory for a moment while the Saṅgha invites?’

Should be the last of this turn: opponents of the Bhikkhus



Remark to the Note:

Burmese edition also has āyasmantā here. The previous section has āyasmanto, the usual plural of nouns in ‘-ant’, when the speaker is addressing three people. Is this a remnant of the Sankskrit dual form? The Sri Lankan edition has āyasmanto, and PTS has only dots. The Sanskrit dual Vocative of nouns in ‘-ant’ is ‘-antau’, so it may just be a mistake.


Khmer are used to pronounce 'o' after consonants of the first group (small voice) as 'au'.
Posted by: Johann
« on: June 08, 2018, 06:04:31 PM »

Aramika   *

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[Original post:]


Valued admin of Dhammatalks ,

translating just Mv VI, which has similar texts in regard of transferring invitation of sick like Mv II in regard of purity.

The pali as well the translation misses pamatta here, which seems to be not proper. Having now checked with the CSCD Tipitaka, it contains it:

Mv.IV.3.5 (https://www.dhammatalks.org/vinaya/Mv/MvIV.html#pts34_5)

Quote from: dhammatalks
pavāraṇāhārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pavāraṇāya saṅghappatto sutto na āroceti āhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā pavāraṇāhārakassa anāpatti.

Quote from: CSCD
Pavāraṇahārako ce, bhikkhave, dinnāya pavāraṇāya saṅghappatto sutto nāroceti, āhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā. Pavāraṇahārakassa anāpatti .

Pavāraṇahārako ce, bhikkhave, dinnāya pavāraṇāya saṅghappatto pamatto nāroceti…pe… samāpanno nāroceti, āhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā. Pavāraṇahārakassa anāpatti.

It seems as if the used text has been converted and edited from certain source.

Quote from: dhammatalks MvIV
(Mv.IV.3.5) pavāraṇāhārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pavāraṇāya tattheva pakkamati aññassa dātabbā pavāraṇā.

“Monks, if the conveyor of the invitation, having been given (another monk’s) invitation, goes away then and there (not to the Invitation), the invitation should be given to another (monk).

pavāraṇāhārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pavāraṇāya tattheva vibbhamati .pe.

kālaṁ karoti sāmaṇero paṭijānāti sikkhaṁ paccakkhātako paṭijānāti antimavatthuṁ ajjhāpannako paṭijānāti ummattako paṭijānāti khittacitto paṭijānāti vedanaṭṭo paṭijānāti āpattiyā adassane ukkhittako paṭijānāti āpattiyā appaṭikamme ukkhittako paṭijānāti pāpikāya diṭṭhiyā appaṭinissagge ukkhittako paṭijānāti paṇḍako paṭijānāti theyyasaṁvāsako paṭijānāti titthiyapakkantako paṭijānāti tiracchānagato paṭijānāti mātughātako paṭijānāti pitughātako paṭijānāti arahantaghātako paṭijānāti bhikkhunīdūsako paṭijānāti saṅghabhedako paṭijānāti lohituppādako paṭijānāti ubhatobyañjanako paṭijānāti aññassa dātabbā pavāraṇā.

“Monks, if the conveyor of the invitation, having been given (another monk’s) invitation—then and there—renounces the training, if he admits: to being a novice, to having renounced the training, to having committed an extreme offense, to being insane, to being possessed, to being delirious with pain, to being suspended for not seeing an offense, to being suspended for not making amends for an offense, to being suspended for not relinquishing an evil view, to being a paṇḍaka, to being one living in affiliation by theft, to having gone over to another religion, to being an animal, a matricide, a patricide, the murderer of an arahant, the molester of a bhikkhunī, a schismatic, one who has shed a Tathāgata’s blood, or a hermaphrodite, then the invitation should be given to another (monk).

pavāraṇāhārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pavāraṇāya antarāmagge pakkamati anāhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā.

“Monks, if the conveyor of the invitation, having been given (another monk’s) invitation, goes away (somewhere else) while on the way (to the Invitation), the invitation is not conveyed.

pavāraṇāhārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pavāraṇāya antarāmagge vibbhamati kālaṁ karoti .pe.

“Monks, if the conveyor of the invitation, having been given (another monk’s) invitation—while on the way (to the Invitation)—renounces the training, dies, …

ubhatobyañjanako paṭijānāti anāhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā.

“admits to being a hermaphrodite, then the invitation is not conveyed.

pavāraṇāhārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pavāraṇāya saṅghappatto pakkamati āhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā.

“Monks, if the conveyor of the invitation, having been given (another monk’s) invitation—on arriving in the Saṅgha—goes away (somewhere else), the purity is conveyed.

pavāraṇāhārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pavāraṇāya saṅghappatto vibbhamati kālaṁ karoti .pe.

“Monks, if the conveyor of the invitation, having been given (another monk’s) purity—on arriving in the Saṅgha—disrobes, dies, …

ubhatobyañjanako paṭijānāti āhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā.

“admits to being a hermaphrodite, then the invitation is conveyed.

pavāraṇāhārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pavāraṇāya saṅghappatto sutto na āroceti āhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā pavāraṇāhārakassa anāpatti.

“Monks, if the conveyor of the invitation, having been given (another monk’s) invitation—on arriving in the Saṅgha—falling asleep, doesn’t announce it, then the invitation is conveyed. There is no offense for the conveyor of the invitation.

pavāraṇāhārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pavāraṇāya saṅghappatto samāpanno na āroceti āhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā pavāraṇāhārakassa anāpatti.

“Monks, if the conveyor of the invitation, having been given (another monk’s) invitation—on arriving in the Saṅgha—having entered a (meditative) attainment, doesn’t announce it, then the invitation is conveyed. There is no offense for the conveyor of the invitation.

pavāraṇāhārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pavāraṇāya saṅghappatto pamatto na āroceti āhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā pavāraṇāhārakassa anāpatti.

“Monks, if the conveyor of the invitation, having been given (another monk’s) invitation—on arriving in the Saṅgha—doesn’t announce it out of carelessness, then the invitation is conveyed. There is no offense for the conveyor of the invitation.

pavāraṇāhārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pavāraṇāya saṅghappatto sañcicca na āroceti āhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā pavāraṇāhārakassa āpatti dukkaṭassa.

“If the conveyor of the invitation, having been given (another monk’s) invitation—on arriving in the Saṅgha—intentionally does not announce it, the the invitation is conveyed. For the conveyor of the invitation: an offense of wrong doing.

anujānāmi bhikkhave tadahupavāraṇāya pavāraṇaṁ dentena chandampi dātuṁ santi saṅghassa karaṇīyanti.

“I allow that, on the Invitation day, when an invitation is given, that consent be given as well when the Saṅgha has something to be done.”

Quote from: DT MvII
(Mv.II.22.3) pārisuddhihārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pārisuddhiyā tattheva pakkamati aññassa dātabbā pārisuddhi.

“Monks, if the conveyor of purity, having been given (another monk’s) purity, goes away then and there (not to the Uposatha), the purity should be given to another (monk).

pārisuddhihārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pārisuddhiyā tattheva vibbhamati kālaṁ karoti sāmaṇero paṭijānāti sikkhaṁ paccakkhātako paṭijānāti antimavatthuṁ ajjhāpannako paṭijānāti ummattako paṭijānāti khittacitto paṭijānāti vedanaṭṭo paṭijānāti āpattiyā adassane ukkhittako paṭijānāti āpattiyā appaṭikamme ukkhittako paṭijānāti pāpikāya diṭṭhiyā appaṭinissagge ukkhittako paṭijānāti paṇḍako paṭijānāti theyyasaṁvāsako paṭijānāti titthiyapakkantako paṭijānāti tiracchānagato paṭijānāti mātughātako paṭijānāti pitughātako paṭijānāti arahantaghātako paṭijānāti bhikkhunīdūsako paṭijānāti saṅghabhedako paṭijānāti lohituppādako paṭijānāti ubhatobyañjanako paṭijānāti aññassa dātabbā pārisuddhi.

“Monks, if the conveyor of purity, having been given (another monk’s) purity—then and there—disrobes, dies, or admits to being a novice, to having renounced the training, to having committed an extreme offense, to being insane, to being possessed, to being delirious with pain, to being suspended for not seeing an offense, to being suspended for not making amends for an offense, to being suspended for not relinquishing an evil view, to being a paṇḍaka, to being one living in affiliation by theft, to having gone over to another religion, or to being an animal, a matricide, a patricide, the murderer of an arahant, the molester of a bhikkhunī, a schismatic, one who has shed a Tathāgata’s blood, or a hermaphrodite, the purity should be given to another (monk).

pārisuddhihārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pārisuddhiyā antarāmagge pakkamati. anāhaṭā hoti pārisuddhi.

“Monks, if the conveyor of purity, having been given (another monk’s) purity, goes away (somewhere else) while on the way (to the Uposatha), the purity is not conveyed.

(Mv.II.22.4) pārisuddhihārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pārisuddhiyā antarāmagge vibbhamati kālaṁ karoti .pe.

“Monks, if the conveyor of purity, having been given (another monk’s) purity—while on the way (to the Uposatha)—disrobes, dies, …

ubhatobyañjanako paṭijānāti anāhaṭā hoti pārisuddhi.

“admits to being a hermaphrodite, the purity is not conveyed.

pārisuddhihārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pārisuddhiyā saṅghappatto pakkamati āhaṭā hoti pārisuddhi.

“Monks, if the conveyor of purity, having been given (another monk’s) purity—on arriving in the Saṅgha—goes away (somewhere else), the purity is conveyed.

pārisuddhihārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pārisuddhiyā saṅghappatto vibbhamati kālaṁ karoti .pe.

“Monks, if the conveyor of purity, having been given (another monk’s) purity—on arriving in the Saṅgha—disrobes, dies, …

ubhatobyañjanako paṭijānāti āhaṭā hoti pārisuddhi.

“admits to being a hermaphrodite, the purity is conveyed.

pārisuddhihārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pārisuddhiyā saṅghappatto sutto na āroceti pamatto na āroceti samāpanno na āroceti āhaṭā hoti pārisuddhi.

“Monks, if the conveyor of purity, having been given (another monk’s) purity—on arriving in the Saṅgha—falling asleep, doesn’t announce it, doesn’t announce it out of carelessness, or, having entered a (meditative) attainment, doesn’t announce it, the purity is conveyed.

pārisuddhihārakassa anāpatti.

“There is no offense for the conveyor of purity.

pārisuddhihārako ce bhikkhave dinnāya pārisuddhiyā saṅghappatto sañcicca na āroceti āhaṭā hoti pārisuddhi pārisuddhihārakassa āpatti dukkaṭassāti.

“If the conveyor of purity, having been given (another monk’s) purity—on arriving in the Saṅgha—intentionally does not announce it, the purity is conveyed. For the conveyor of purity: an offense of wrong doing.”

It seems not correct in regard of "careless" and "intentionally not", since not really my persons given sphere, he will here not further investigate where a possible mistake might be found, but remarks that while translating MvII, this "careless" seemed to be not proper in regard of "no offense", but thought of "not intentional", it might be such.

Namo tassa bhagavato arahato sammā-sambuddhassa

213. Atha kho bhagavā bhikkhū āmantesi – ‘‘sannipatatha, bhikkhave. Saṅgho pavāressatī’’ti. Evaṃ vutte aññataro bhikkhu bhagavantaṃ etadavoca – ‘‘atthi, bhante, bhikkhu gilāno , so anāgato’’ti. Anujānāmi, bhikkhave, gilānena bhikkhunā pavāraṇaṃ dātuṃ. Evañca pana, bhikkhave, dātabbā – tena gilānena bhikkhunā ekaṃ bhikkhuṃ upasaṅkamitvā ekaṃsaṃ uttarāsaṅgaṃ karitvā ukkuṭikaṃ nisīditvā añjaliṃ paggahetvā evamassa vacanīyo – ‘‘pavāraṇaṃ dammi, pavāraṇaṃ me hara, pavāraṇaṃ me ārocehi, mamatthāya pavārehī’’ti kāyena viññāpeti, vācāya viññāpeti, kāyena vācāya viññāpeti, dinnā hoti pavāraṇā; na kāyena viññāpeti, na vācāya viññāpeti, na kāyena vācāya viññāpeti, na dinnā hoti pavāraṇā. Evañcetaṃ labhetha, iccetaṃ kusalaṃ. No ce labhetha, so, bhikkhave, gilāno bhikkhu mañcena vā pīṭhena vā saṅghamajjhe ānetvā pavāretabbaṃ. Sace, bhikkhave, gilānupaṭṭhākānaṃ bhikkhūnaṃ etadahosi – ‘‘sace kho mayaṃ gilānaṃ ṭhānā cāvessāma, ābādho vā abhivaḍḍhissati, kālaṃkiriyā vā bhavissatī’’ti na, bhikkhave, gilāno bhikkhu ṭhānā cāvetabbo. Saṅghena tattha gantvā pavāretabbaṃ; na tveva vaggena saṅghena pavāretabbaṃ. Pavāreyya ce, āpatti dukkaṭassa.

Pavāraṇahārako [pavāraṇāhārako (syā.)] ce, bhikkhave, dinnāya pavāraṇāya tattheva pakkamati, aññassa dātabbā pavāraṇā. Pavāraṇahārako ce, bhikkhave, dinnāya pavāraṇāya tattheva vibbhamati…pe… kālaṃkaroti… sāmaṇero paṭijānāti… sikkhaṃ paccakkhātako paṭijānāti… antimavatthuṃ ajjhāpannako paṭijānāti… ummattako paṭijānāti… khittacitto paṭijānāti… vedanāṭṭo paṭijānāti… āpattiyā adassane ukkhittako paṭijānāti… āpattiyā appaṭikamme ukkhittako paṭijānāti… pāpikāya diṭṭhiyā appaṭinissagge ukkhittako paṭijānāti… paṇḍako paṭijānāti… theyyasaṃvāsako paṭijānāti… titthiyapakkantako paṭijānāti… tiracchānagato paṭijānāti… mātughātako paṭijānāti… pitughātako paṭijānāti… arahantaghātako paṭijānāti… bhikkhunidūsako paṭijānāti… saṅghabhedako paṭijānāti … lohituppādako paṭijānāti… ubhatobyañjanako paṭijānāti, aññassa dātabbā pavāraṇā.

Pavāraṇahārako ce, bhikkhave, dinnāya pavāraṇāya antarāmagge pakkamati, anāhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā. Pavāraṇahārako ce, bhikkhave, dinnāya pavāraṇāya antarāmagge vibbhamati…pe… kālaṃkaroti… sāmaṇero paṭijānāti… sikkhaṃ paccakkhātako paṭijānāti… antimavatthuṃ ajjhāpannako paṭijānāti… ummattako paṭijānāti… khittacitto paṭijānāti… vedanāṭṭo paṭijānāti… āpattiyā adassane ukkhittako paṭijānāti… āpattiyā appaṭikamme ukkhittako paṭijānāti… pāpikāya diṭṭhiyā appaṭinissagge ukkhittako paṭijānāti… paṇḍako paṭijānāti… theyyasaṃvāsako paṭijānāti… titthiyapakkantako paṭijānāti… tiracchānagato paṭijānāti… mātughātako paṭijānāti… pitughātako paṭijānāti… arahantaghātako paṭijānāti… bhikkhunidūsako paṭijānāti… saṅghabhedako paṭijānāti… lohituppādako paṭijānāti… ubhatobyañjanako paṭijānāti, anāhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā.

Pavāraṇahārako ce, bhikkhave, dinnāya pavāraṇāya saṅghappatto pakkamati, āhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā. Pavāraṇahārako ce, bhikkhave, dinnāya pavāraṇāya saṅghappatto vibbhamati…pe… kālaṃkaroti… sāmaṇero paṭijānāti… sikkhaṃ paccakkhātako paṭijānāti… antimavatthuṃ ajjhāpannako paṭijānāti… ummattako paṭijānāti… khittacitto paṭijānāti… vedanāṭṭo paṭijānāti… āpattiyā adassane ukkhittako paṭijānāti… āpattiyā appaṭikamme ukkhittako paṭijānāti… pāpikāya diṭṭhiyā appaṭinissagge ukkhittako paṭijānāti… paṇḍako paṭijānāti… theyyasaṃvāsako paṭijānāti… titthiyapakkantako paṭijānāti… tiracchānagato paṭijānāti… mātughātako paṭijānāti… pitughātako paṭijānāti… arahantaghātako paṭijānāti… bhikkhunidūsako paṭijānāti… saṅghabhedako paṭijānāti… lohituppādako paṭijānāti… ubhatobyañjanako paṭijānāti, āhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā.

Pavāraṇahārako ce, bhikkhave, dinnāya pavāraṇāya saṅghappatto sutto nāroceti, āhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā. Pavāraṇahārakassa anāpatti . Pavāraṇahārako ce, bhikkhave, dinnāya pavāraṇāya saṅghappatto pamatto nāroceti…pe… samāpanno nāroceti, āhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā. Pavāraṇahārakassa anāpatti.

Pavāraṇahārako ce, bhikkhave , dinnāya pavāraṇāya saṅghappatto sañcicca nāroceti, āhaṭā hoti pavāraṇā. Pavāraṇahārakassa āpatti dukkaṭassa. Anujānāmi, bhikkhave, tadahu pavāraṇāya pavāraṇaṃ dentena chandampi dātuṃ, santi saṅghassa karaṇīyanti.
Quote from: CSCD

Posted by: Johann
« on: March 02, 2018, 07:47:31 AM »

 
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Draft/Entwurf: III. Vassūpanāyikakkhandhako: Antritt-der-Regenzeit-Khandhaka , 1st draft is finished and open for prove read.

Errors MV III:

MV III

327: The Allowance for Seven-say Business

typos: day

1156: this is evidenve that

typos, a remark: people, like even today in Cambodia, do not know the year (years generally are unknown, counted by zodiac) of birth but only the zodiac they are born under where there is an anicent counting system one needs to be skilled in: see http://sangham.net/index.php/topic,443.0.html
Posted by: Johann
« on: February 25, 2018, 12:55:00 PM »

 *sgift*
Draft/Entwurf: I. Mahākhandhako: Großer-Khandhaka  , 1st draft is finished and open for prove read.
Posted by: Johann
« on: December 05, 2017, 07:49:31 AM »

Mv I (No. = line in the html file)

Mv I

1524 Typo: Then Yasa looked up at the the Blessed One.

2000 "If it’s not a burden for you, we would stay one night in your fire-hall." "we" seems not to fit to the context and occation.

General: Samana: sometimes, like in Sakyan-son Samanas, as Monks translated, most as contemplatives.

General: dhammavinaye is sometimes with Dhamma-Vinaya, sometimes with Dhamma and conduct translated. A translation Teaching/doctrine and conduct might be an alternativ if such is wished.

3751: "Then he should rub the water off the preceptor, give him his lower robe, and give him his outer robe.", outer Robe (dobble layer) seems to be unseeming, maybe "the robes" using "saṅghāṭik, as previous mentioned, in the case where robes are put together, is meant here as well.

3557: "Having dried the sitting cloth and sheet in the sun, he should clean them, shake them out, bring them back in, and lay them out them as they were laid out (before).", here it seems that singular is mixed with plural. Also, some similar passages sometimes include the sun in drying, here also "sheeting", som just have "dried".

3969: "Without having taken the preceptor’s leave, (the student) should not give an alms bowl to anyone, nor should he receive an alms bowl from that person.", is it sure that bowl not simply Almsfood is meant by "patta" here? Of corse it (almsfood) might be covered by "parikkhāro", later, and would bring the bowl into addition, or.... reading http://dsalsrv02.uchicago.edu/cgi-bin/philologic/getobject.pl?c.2:1:1825.pali , "parikkhāro" seems to cover mainly the longer lasting requirement, not food or medicine, while if seeing "patto" as given, it would then cover food and medicine as well, which makes sense then.

4021: Typos: "Ne shouldn’t go anywhere." He...

4044: "If the preceptor has a bowl (left?) and the student doesn’t, the preceptor should give the student the bowl or make an effort, (thinking,) ‘How can my student get a bowl?’": "the bowl", "a bowl seems to fit the case better. One would ask which? His (only)? oh... commentaryseems to make it clear.

4094: "cīvaraṁ saṁharitabbaṁ cīvaraṁ saṁharantena caturaṅgulaṁ kaṇṇaṁ ussādetvā cīvaraṁ saṁharitabbaṁ mā majjhe bhaṅgo ahosīti
He should fold up the robes {SC: separately}, keeping the edges four fingerbreadths apart so that neither robe becomes creased in the middle"
Anders übersetzt als im Schülerpflichenabschnitt (3629)

4567: This So-and-so is venerable So-and-sois venerable So-and-so’s candidate for Acceptance.

Seems to be a typosly repeating.

4576: may the (??) listen to me. This So-and-so is venerable So-and-so’s candidate for Acceptance.

"Sangha" seems to be missing.

4636: Why did "you you" give me the Acceptance unrequested?

Typos

5167: Taking out the spittoon, he should it them to one side.

seems to be a copy paste mistake

5301: If the teacher’s robe should be washed, the pupil should wash it or make an effort, (thinking,) ‘How can my teacher’s robe be washed?’or should he receive an alms bowl from that p

copy paste mistake?

4397: na bhikkhave paṇāmitena na khamāpetabbo yo na khamāpeyya āpatti dukkaṭassāti.

it seems that it misses a part of translation.

5782: Vigarahitvā dhammiṁ kathaṁ katvā bhikkhū āmantesi

plural?

5863: He himself is not endowed with the aggregate of concentration of one beyond training, nor does he get others to undertake the aggregate of virtue of one beyond training.

secound should be concentration as well, not virtue, or? The same for the next 5 qualities.

6714: as he did the Aṅgulimāla of the aṅgulimālattheragāthā.

a word seems to be missing "with/for..."

7752: Having been chased away by the monks, he went to the elephant-trainers and horse-trainers and said to them, “Come, friends, commit sodomy with me.

ther should be Novizes (Samanera) instead of Monks (Bhikkhus)

7956+7997: Ven, Upāli reported the matter to the monks.

There is a comma instead of a dot.

8888: Wenn die Saṅgha bereit ist, I will ask So-and-so about <span style="letter-spacing: normal">the obstructing factors.’

a forgoten span-tag

9025: the Going-forth, went off and left him alone

it should be "acceptance", or?

9224: Tassuddānaṁ

different translatet then in MV 2

1548: adhivāsetu me bhante bhagavā ajjatanāya bhattaṁ yasena kulaputtena pacchāsamaṇenāti.

Yasa was no Bhikkhu (trans. as monk) at that time, but Samana, Contemplative (one having gone fort), or?

8615: "Ven. Ānanda said, “I don’t dare to use the elder’s name. I have respect for the elder."

It seems reasonable that "I dare to use the elder’s name." is proper, not only out of context but also that it is till today very impolite to adress especial inferiors by name.

* Johann : update 25. Feb. 2018, update 16. Jan., 11.Jan. 2018, 12. Jan.



Again progressed here with MV I , Atma thought, since most a soon topic, maybe Nyom Marcel likes to go through and if so inspired, count possible translation and other mistakes.

Draft is done till "Pflichten gegenüber Lehrling" and this chapter might be finished the next days.
Posted by: Johann
« on: December 03, 2017, 09:12:57 AM »

Posted by: Johann
« on: November 30, 2017, 05:51:37 AM »

Mv II (No. = line in the html file)

- 468 na bhikkhave yathāparisāya pātimokkhaṁ uddisitabbaṁ sakāya sakāya parisāya yo uddiseyya āpatti dukkaṭassa.

Dukkata statement missing in translation.

- 818 sammatā sā sīmā saṅghena ticīvarena avippavāso

Sangha is missing in translation.

- 871 sammatā sā sīmā saṅghena ticīvarena avippavāso ṭhapetvā gāmañca gāmūpacārañca.

Sangha is missing in translation.

- athakho tesaṁ bhikkhūnaṁ etadahosi

one time translated "those monks" mostly "them"

- 1429, 1462 sopi evamāha na me bhante vattatīti.

here transl. as "I can't"

- 1822 and later: ...paṭijānāti lohituppādako paṭijānāti ubhatobyañjanako paṭijānāti aññassa dātabbā pārisuddhi.

sometimes "be, to be", sometimes "admits" which is a importand distinction

- 1886, 1813 :saṅghena tattha gantvā kammaṁ kātabbaṁ

“The transaction is to be carried out when the Saṅgha has gone there [i.e., to where the sick monk is].

then 1813: saṅghena tattha gantvā kammaṁ kātabbaṁ
here: should go, perform

- Uposatha, kammaṁ = Uposatha, transaction: sometimes Uposata is translated as Uposatha-Transaction, which might confuse.

- 1949 evañcetaṁ labhetha iccetaṁ kusalaṁ no ce labhetha te ñātakā bhikkhūhi evamassu vacanīyā iṅgha tumhe āyasmanto imaṁ bhikkhuṁ muhuttaṁ nissīmaṁ netha yāva saṅgho uposathaṁ karotīti.

and 1952 evañcetaṁ labhetha iccetaṁ kusalaṁ no ce labhetha na tveva vaggena saṅghena uposatho kātabbo kareyya ce āpatti dukkaṭassa.

seems to contoversal, following the translation, since if brought out of the territory, would a performed Uposatha not factional? Or, if translation is not unclear, should it be understood, that either when lay people are present or they removed him, but just if they let go out of then reason and leave, the Uposatha can be performed.

Here "again" transaction with Uposatha mixed, changed.

- 1943 te ñātakā bhikkhūhi evamassu vacanīyā iṅgha tumhe āyasmanto imaṁ bhikkhuṁ muhuttaṁ muñcatha yāvāyaṁ bhikkhu uposathaṁ karotīti.

It seems unseemingly that the Bhikkhus would adress the Bhikkhu by "your relative", rather then like elsewhere "this Bhikkhu"

* Johann : updated 5.12.2017
Posted by: Johann
« on: November 30, 2017, 05:45:15 AM »

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Ven. Sirs, Ven. Bhante Khematto,
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May updates, additions... be understood in this manner as well, without limit of time and kind of delivery.

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"Glossary": (05.12.2017)

transaction [Behandlung] Abhandlung

authorize gewähren

dwelling Unterkunft

storehouse Lagerhaus

motion Antrag

offense Vergehen

assembly Zusammenkunft

declaration Kundmachung

obstruction Hindernis

wrong doing Fehltun (dukkaṭassa)

authorize bestimmen (āpatti)

affiliation Zugehörigkeit [Organschaft] (ekuposathaṁ)

rehabilitated wiederhergestellt

united vereint

revoked widerrufen

announced bekannt machen

fractional parteilich

united geeint

charged belastet

perform durchführen

Convey überbringt

disrobe entbinden (vibbhamati)

suspend aussetzen

amend eingestehen

consent Zustimmung

seven-day business Siebentageunternehmung

preceptor Einweiser

staple food Hauptspeise

non-staple food Nebenspeise

steward Helfer

attendant Begleiter

proclamation Kundmachung

candidate Anwärter

support Grundlage (nissaya)

rag-robe weggeworfene Roben (Paṁsukūlacīvaraṁ)

reprimand Zurechtweisung

repudiated abgewiesen

prohibition Untersagung (āvaraṇaṁ)

expell verteiben

procedure Vorgehensweise

savaka Schüler

disciple Geselle (saddhivihāriko)



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