ATI: The Hiri Sutta, Thanissaro, trans
The Compilation, MO trans of DN#33: Sangiti Suttanta
WP: The Connected Discourses of the Buddha, Bodhi, trans., I. The Book of Causation, Kasapa, 11. The Robe, pp678; II.The Great Book V.i.45.i. Ignorance, pp 1523
WP: The Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha, Bodhi/Nanamoli, trans., 39.3 n416 (links to quote); 53.12
PTS: The Book of the Gradual Sayings, I: The Book of the Twos, I.1-10: Punishments, Woodward, trans., pp 50. See quote below.
PTS: The Book of the Gradual Sayings, III: The Book of the Fives, I.I.I: The Powers in Brief, pp1, and ii: The Powers in Detail, pp 2, Hare, trans.
Guardians of the World, Bhikkhu Bodhi Essay
Rhys Davids: Buddhist Suttas, I: The Book of the Great Decease, Chapter I, note 13
|Pali||MO||Hare||Horner||Punnaji||Bodhi||Nanamoli||Rhys Davids||(Mrs)Rhys Davids||Thanissaro||Walshe||Woodward|
|hiri||Sense of Shame||Conscienciousness, modesty||sense of shame||shame||modest in heart, conscientiousness||conscientiousness||Moral Shame||Moal Shame||Sense of Shame|
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Pali English Dictionary
Edited by T. W. Rhys Davids and William Stede
: Hiri and hirii (f.) sense of shame, bashfulness, shyness S I.33; D III.212; A I.51, 95; III.4 sq., 331, 352; IV.11, 29...; is one of the caaga-dhana's... - Often contrasted to and combined with ottappa ...fear of sin: A I.51; D III.284; S II.206....
-ottappa shame and fear of sin M I.271; S II.220. Frequently spelt otappa....
-nisedha restrained by conscience S I.7
-bala the power of conscientiousness A II.150...
-mana modest in heart, conscientious D II.78; M I.43; S II.159.
Hirika (and hiriika) having shame, only as -* in neg. ahirika shameless, unscrupulous A I.51, 85; II.219...
Hirimant (and hiriimant) bashful, modest, shy D III.252, 282; S II.207 sq.; IV.243 sq.; A II.218, 227; III.2 sq., 7 sq., 112; IV.2 sq., 38, 109...
Hiriya (m. and nt.) shame, conscientiousness
Hiriyati (hiriiyati) to blush, to be shy; to feel conscientious scruple, to be ashamed...
PTS:GS.III.I.I.ii: And what, monks, is the power of conscientiousness?
Herein, monks, the Ariyan disciple is conscientious; he feels conscientious scruple when acting wrongly in deed, word and thought; on entering on evil and wrong states. This, monks, is called the power of the fear of blame.