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2 edition of dictionary of Chinese Buddhist terms found in the catalog.

dictionary of Chinese Buddhist terms

William Edward Soothill

dictionary of Chinese Buddhist terms

with Sanskrit and English equivalents, a Chinese index and a Sanskrit-Pali index

by William Edward Soothill

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Published by Buddhist Culture Service in Taipei, Taiwan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Buddha and Buddhism -- Dictionaries.,
  • Buddha and Buddhism -- Terminology.,
  • Buddha and Buddhism -- China.,
  • Chinese language -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous. Rev. by Shih Sheng-Kang, Lii Wu-jong [and] Tseng Lai-ting.
    GenreDictionaries., Terminology., Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
    ContributionsHodous, Lewis, b. 1872, joint author.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination66, 510 p.
    Number of Pages510
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16150336M

    by Ven. Nyanatiloka Buddhist Dictionary Manual of Buddhist Terms & Doctrines As a first attempt of an authentic dictionary of Buddhist doctrinal terms, used in the Pàli Canon and its Commentaries, this present manual will fill a real gap through the whole Size: 1MB. Dictionary of Buddhist terms from a range of languages, including Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Pali, Sanskrit and Tibetan. Definitions given in English. Also includes A Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms: with Sanskrit and English equivalents and a Sanskrit-Pali index / .

    Get this from a library! A dictionary of Chinese Buddhist terms, with Sanskrit and English equivalents and a Sanskrit-Pali index,. [William Edward Soothill; Lewis Hodous]. Get this from a library! A Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist terms: with Sanskrit and English equivalents and a Sanskrit-Pali index. [William Edward Soothill; Lewis Hodous].

    Buddhist terms are briefly explained. Last updated 02/ Book information on Home page Glossary. The following Buddhist terms are mainly based on the Foguang Dacidian (Buddha's light dictionary, 佛光大辭典); A Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms (中英佛學辭典), compiled by William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous; and the Online Buddhist Dictionary (在線佛學辭典). This dictionary uses the EDICT and CC-CEDICT dictionary files. EDICT data is the property of the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group, and is used in conformance with the Group's license. Chinese Buddhist terms come from Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms by William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous. This is commonly referred.


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Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist terms by William Edward Soothill Download PDF EPUB FB2

Contents of this online book (+ / -) The full text of the A Dictionary Of Chinese Buddhist Terms in English dictionary of Chinese Buddhist terms book available here and publically accesible (free to read online). Of course, I would always recommend buying the book so you get the latest edition.

You can see all this book’s content by visiting the pages in the below index:Released on: Acknowledgments. The work of digitizing A Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms was made possible by a research grant from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. The scanning and OCR work was done in its entirety by Yasuko Suzuki.

Suzuki also did almost all of the editing and correction of Chinese characters contained in the text. This dictionary features broad-ranging entries on the history and doctrines of the major Buddhist schools, information on the spread of Buddhism in Asia and the West, and coverage of issues of contemporary concern such as human rights, abortion, euthanasia, ‘engaged Buddhism’, and the role of women in Buddhist : Damien Keown.

This invaluable interpretive tool, first published inis now available for the first time in a paperback edition specially aimed at students of Chinese who have endeavoured to read Chinese texts apart from the apprehension of a Sanskrit background have generally made a fallacious interpretation, for the Buddhist canon is basically translation, or analogous to.

The OICB was first compiled and published on Aug It was moved to in late Please note that the OICB is no longer being updated, since it's now possible to discover new resources through a range of media (Facebook groups, Twitter, etc.) but is being archived here for future reference.

Please note that some resources are listed with their Chinese or Japanese. In this book he offers authentic and lucid explanations of Pali Buddhist terms, with cross-references in English and source references as well. Amidst the welter of modern works on Buddhism, and translations differing one from the other, this book will help in identifying the doctrinal terms and in correcting misleading by:   In the absence of a dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms it was small wonder that the translation of Chinese texts has made little progress important thought these are to the understanding of Mahayana buddhism especially in its Far Eastern development.4/4(1).

Chinese Buddhist terms come from Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms by William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous. This is commonly referred to as "Soothill's'".

It was first published in (and is now off copyright so we can use it here). This invaluable interpretive tool, first published inis now available for the first time in a paperback edition specially aimed at students of Chinese who have endeavoured to read Chinese texts apart from the apprehension of a Sanskrit background have generally made a fallacious interpretation, for the Buddhist canon is basically translation, or analogous to translation.

The most comprehensive dictionary of Buddhism ever produced in English More than 5, entries totaling over a million words The first dictionary to cover terms from all of the canonical Buddhist languages and traditions--Sanskrit, Pali, Tibetan, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Detailed entries on the most important terms, concepts, texts.

(Chinese: 緣起) The Buddhist concept that all phenomena arise due to causes and conditions. The central principle that phenomena do not come into existence independently but only as a result of causes and conditions; thus, no phenomena possesses an independent self-nature.

About the Book: Here is an outstanding work for which two eminent scholars of Chinese Buddhism separated by miles of ocean collaborated for complete ten years, during which 'the manuscript crossed the Atlantic four times'. The authors' aim has been to provide a key for the student with which to unlock a closed door and which does serve to reveal the riches of the great Buddhist thesaurus.

Definitions of common distinctive Buddhist terms. by Luke Wayne 3/28/16 Return to the Buddhism Page. Aggregates - Ever changing physical and mental forces or energies which at any given moment combine to make up what we call "persons" or "objects." Buddhism teaches that what we falsely assume to be a single person that endures over time is, in fact, nothing more than an ever-changing.

Hand-book of Chinese Buddhism, being a Sanskrit-Chinese dictionary with vocabularies of Buddhist terms in Pali, Singhalese, Siamese, Burmese, Tibetan, Mongolian and Japanese Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This : This site is owned and managed by New Kadampa Tradition - International Kadampa Buddhist Union (NKT-IKBU), an international association of Mahayana Buddhist study and meditation centers that follow the Kadampa Buddhist tradition founded by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche.

In Buddhism affliction (or, as it may be understood from Chinese, the afflicters, distressers, troublers) means passions and illusions; and consequently fan-nao in Buddhist phraseology has acquired this technical connotation of the passions and illusions.

Many terms of a similar character are noted in the body of this work. Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t0ms8tx0c Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library The first dictionary to cover terms from all of the canonical Buddhist languages and traditions—Sanskrit, Pali, Tibetan, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Detailed entries on the most important terms, concepts, texts, authors, deities, schools, monasteries, and geographical sites in the history of Buddhism.

Hand-Book of Chinese Buddhism, Being a Sanskrit-Chinese Dictionary with Vocabularies of Buddhist Terms in Pali, Singhalese, Siamese, Burmese, Tibetan, Book.

Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller 6. Some Buddhist terms and concepts lack direct translations into English that cover the breadth of the original term. Below are given a number of important Buddhist terms, short definitions, and the languages in which they appear.

In this list, an attempt has been made to organize terms by their original form and give translations and synonyms in other languages along with the definition.

( header words) [Simplified Chinese] (This dictionary is the most extensive special purpose ancient Chinese dictionary in terms of the number of words defined.

However, general purpose dictionaries like the Hanyu Dacidian, Cihai, and Ciyuan may contain a larger overall ancient Chinese lexicon, together with modern words.).mentioned in Buddhist literature, such as Yoga and Wu-wei.

Many terms are substantially different in form when they appear in translation, and often very different in meaning. For example, the Sanskrit Dhyāna has a different meaning in its Pali form of Jhāna, and the Japanese reading of the Chinese ideographs produces an utterly different Size: 2MB.This dictionary serves as a resource to the interpretation of Chinese culture, as well as an important reference for the comparative study of Sanskrit and Pali author provides a key for the students which to unlock a closed door which does serve to reveal the riches of the great Buddhist thesaurus in China.