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རིགས་པ་

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རིགས་པ། (Wyl. rigs pa) n. Pron.: rikpa

རིགས་པ།  རིགས་པ།  རིགས་པ།    ༼ཐ་མི་དད་པ་༽
past pres. fut. imp. v.i.
  • v.i. be logical tenable, fits, appropriate
  • appropriate
  • Skt. प्रतिपत्तिः, pratipatti, Pron.: pratipatti. From Sanskrit: gaining, obtaining, acquiring | perception, observation, ascertainment, knowledge, intellect | supposition, assertion, statement | admission, acknowledgment | giving, granting, bestowing on | or comp | causing, effecting | beginning, action, procedure in or with | or | what is to be done there? | what is to be done with it? | respectful reception or behaviour, homage, welcome | to show honour | confidence, assurance, determination | resource, means for | expedient against | high rank or dignity, rule, reign | conclusion
  • Skt. न्यायः, nyāya, Pron.: nyaya. From Sanskrit: fr. 4. | that into which a thing goes back | an original type, standard, method, rule, (•esp.) a general or universal rule, model, axiom, system, plan, manner, right or fit manner or way, fitness, propriety | and | either 'in the right manner, regularly, duly', or | a lawsuit, legal proceeding, judicial sentence, judgement | a logical or syllogistic argument or inference (consisting of a combination of enthymeme and syllogism, and so having, according to the Naiyāyikas 5 members, viz. | or according to the Vedāntins 3 members | a system of philosophy delivered by Gotama or Gautama (it is one of the six | and is perhaps so called, because it 'goes into' all subjects physical and metaphysical according to the above syllogistic method treated of in one division of the system | its branch is called Vaiśeshika | likeness, analogy, a popular maxim or apposite illustration
  • Skt. युक्ता, yuktā, Pron.: yukta. From Sanskrit: N. of a plant

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