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Abbreviations

 

A. Anguttara-Nikāya. Edited by Rev. Richard Morris. Pāli Text Society, London, 1885-8.
CV. Culla-Vagga. Edited by Hermann Oldenberg. Vinaya-Pitaka, vol. ii., London, 1880.
D. Dīgha-Nikāya, vol. i. Edited by T. W. R. Davids and J. E. Carpenter. P. T. S., 1890.
Dhp. Dhammapada. Edited by V. Fausböll. Copenhagen. 1855.
Grimblot. Sept Suttas Pālis. Edited by P. Grimblot. Paris, 1876.
J. Jātaka, together with its Commentary, 5 vols. Edited by V. Fausböll, 1877-91.
JPTS. Journal of the Pāli Text Society.
JRAS. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, London.
M. Majjhima-Nikāya. Edited by V. Trenckner. P. T. S., 1888.
Mil. Milindapañha. Edited by V. Trenckner. London, 1880.
MPS. Mahā-Parinibbāna-Sutta. Edited by R. C. Childers, London, 1878. JRAS., new series, vii.; also separately.
MSS. Mahā-Satipatthāna-Sutta. Colombo, 1883.
MV. Mahā-Vagga. Edited by Hermann Oldenberg. Vinaya-Pitaka, vol. i., London, 1879.
P's Aut. Mrs. Piozzi's Autobiography. Edited by Hayward. Boston, 1861.
S. Samyutta-Nikāya. Edited by Leon Feer. P. T. S., 1884-94.
Sum Vil. Sumangala-Vilāsinī. Edited by T. W. R. Davids and J. E. Carpenter. P. T. S., 1886.
Ud. Udāna. Edited by Paul Steinthal. P. T. S., 1885.
Vis. Visuddhi-Magga, in manuscript.

 

The abbreviations and numbers at the upper inside corners of the pages of this book refer, as precisely as may be, to the chapter and other subdivisions or to the volume and page and line of the original work from which the beginning of the page concerned is translated.

Note on the Pronunciation of Pāli Names

Short a, as in organ, or like the u in but. The other vowels, as in the key-words, far, pin, pīque, pull, rûle, (and roughly) they, so. Pronounce c like ch in church, and j as in judge. The "aspirates" are true aspirates: thus, th, dh, ph, as in hothouse, madhouse, uphill. They are not spirants as in thin, graphic. The underdotted t, d, n, etc. are pronounced (by the Hindus, at least) with the tip of the tongue turned up and drawn back. Dotted m indicates nasalization of the preceding vowel. {mo: Note by C. M. Weimer edited by me -- None of the under-dotted letters are represented in this transcription}

 


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