Thank you for the further help and explanations, Nina. And thank you
all for your patience!
1. Eva.m me suta.m- eka.m samaya.m bhagavaa saavatthiya.m viharati
jetavane anaathapi.n.dikassa aaraame. Tatra kho bhagavaa bhikkhuu
aamantesi- "bhikkhavo"ti. "Bhadante"ti te bhikkhuu bhagavato
paccassosu.m. Bhagavaa etadavoca-
Thus I have heard- Once the Fortunate One was staying at Savatthi in the
Anathapindika Jeta Grove. Indeed, there the Buddha addressed the monks:
"Bhikkhus". "Venerable Sir", those bhikkhus answered. The Buddha said
"Naaha.m, bhikkhave, a~n~na.m ekaruupampi samanupassaami ya.m eva.m
purisassa citta.m pariyaadaaya ti.t.thati yathayida.m, bhikkhave,
not I say/monks,/other/a visible object/I contemplate, see/because of
which/that/man/[citta.m pariyaadaaya ti.t.thati : persistently overwhelm
the mind]/just as, in whatever way/monks, /womanform.
"I do not say, bhikkhus, there is any other sight that I understand as
so persistently overwhelming a man's mind as the sight of a woman.
Itthiruupa.m, bhikkhave, purisassa citta.m pariyaadaaya ti.t.thatii"ti.
womanform, /monks/man/[citta/excessively/abides] persistently overwhelms
The sight of a woman, bhikkhus, persistently overwhelms a man's mind."
ekaruupampi 1.itthiruupa.m 6.purisaruupa.m - form, image, sight
ekasaddampi 2.itthisaddo 7.purisasaddo - sound
ekagandhampi 3.itthigandho 8.purisagandho - scent
ekarasampi 4.itthiraso 9.purisaraso - taste
ekapho.t.thabbampi 5.itthipho.t.thabbo 10.purisapho.t.thabbo - touch