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Saddaniiti XXV: suttas 865-6

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  • Jim Anderson
    [Saddaniiti XXV: aakhyaatakappo : suttas 865-6, p. 811,19-22 (Smith s edn.)] 865 pubbaani vibhattiina.m cha parassapadaani. vattamaanaadiina.m vibhattiina.m
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      [Saddaniiti XXV: aakhyaatakappo : suttas 865-6, p. 811,19-22
      (Smith's edn.)]

      865 pubbaani vibhattiina.m cha parassapadaani. vattamaanaadiina.m
      vibhattiina.m yaani yaani pubbakaani cha padaani, taani taani
      parassapadaani naama. ti anti, si tha, mi ma.

      865. The antecedemt six of the (tense) terminations are the active
      voice terminations. Whatever are the antecedent six terminations of
      the (tense) terminations beginning with the present tense, these are
      called the active voice terminations (parassapadaani).

      Notes:
      1) The first sentence is the sutta proper and the following
      sentence is an expanded paraphrasing (vutti) of the sutta. This is a
      definition sutta (sa~n~naasutta.m) in which the term 'parassapadaani'
      (lit. terminations for the other) are defined.
      2) " ti anti, si tha, mi ma " represent only the first six tense
      terminations of the present and the same applies to the first six of
      each of the remaining 7 tenses giving a total of 48 active voice
      terminations in all. See the 2nd pariccheda and suttas 896-903 for the
      complete table of all 96 tense terminations including the 48 middle
      voice terminations.

      866 paraani attanopadaani. te ante, se vhe, e mhe.

      866. The others are the middle voice terminations. te ante, se vhe, e
      mhe.

      Notes:
      1) The interpretation is similar to 865 above,

      Jim Anderson, 7 September 2009

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