Re: Pali Day by Day
- Dear Yufen and friends,
thanks. According to PED, the three words sahaaya/sahaayaka/mitta all
mean 'friend'. sahaaya/sahaayaka in some passages may also mean
companion or ally.
--- In Pali@yahoogroups.com, Yufen Shih wrote:
> One thing i'd like to ask is to explain the differences among words
for the same meaning.
> For example, sahaaya/sahaayaka/mitta for friend.
> Are they exactly the same? or is there any difference in meaning or