Pali Proper Names - U -
- Ubbāha Sutta.-Preached to Upāli (1) on the
ten qualities requisite in a monk who serves on a committee, appointed for the
purpose of taking a referendum in matters of discipline. A.v.71f.
- Ubbarī Vagga.-The second chapter of the
- Ubbarī-peta-Vatthu.-The story of
- Ubbhida.-A khattiya of sixty thousand kappas ago; a former birth of
Mahā Kassapa (Ap.i.34). v.l. Ubbiddha, Uddiya.
- Ubbirī Therī
- Ubhaka.-One of the ten sons of
- Ubhatobhattha Jātaka (No. 139)
- Ubho Sutta (v.l. Ubhatobhāga). On the two-fold emancipation.
- Uccangamāya.-A Pacceka Buddha found in a list of Pacceka Buddhas.
- Uccankuttha.-A locality in South India; it was the residence of many
famous troop-leaders, whom Kulasekhara won over to his side in his fight
against Parakkamabāhu I. Cv.lxxvii.78.
- Uccatalanka.-The residence of Mahānāga Thera (v.l. Uccavālika,
- Ucchanga Jātaka (No. 67)
- Ucchangapupphiya Thera.-An arahant. In the time of Vipassī Buddha he
was a garland-maker of Bandhumatī. He saw the Buddha walking along the street
with a large following of monks, and taking a flower from his lap he offered
it to the Buddha. Ap.ii.374-5.
- Ucchitthabhatta Jātaka (No. 212)
- Ucchukhandika.-A Thera. He was a gate-keeper in Bandhumatī during
the time of Vipassī Buddha and once gave to the Buddha a cut of sugar cane
(Ap.ii.393). He is probably identical with Kosiya Thera (ThagA.i.431f).
- ūcena.-A district in South India, from which soldiers came to oppose
the forces of the general Lankāpura. He subdued them. Cv.lxxvi.247, 260.
- Udaka.-See Uraga.
- Udakadāyaka Thera
- Udakadāyikā Therī
- Udakagāma.-A village in Ceylon given by King Kittisirirājasīha for
the maintenance of the Gangārāma-vihāra. Cv.c.213.
- Udakapabbata.-A mountain in the region of
Himavā. J.v.38; Ap.ii.434.
- Udakapūjā.-A celebration held by a Nāga king in honour of
- Udakapūjaka Thera
- Udakarahada Sutta
- Udakāsanadāyaka Thera
- Udakāsecana.-Thirty-three kappas ago there were eight kings of this
name, all previous births of Bodhisaññaka (°siñcaka) Thera. Ap.i.131.
- Udakūpama Sutta
- Udāna Sutta. Preached by the Buddha at
Dandakappa. The Tathāgata possesses full
knowledge of the hearts of men. A.iii.402.
- Udañcani Jātaka (No. 106)
- Udangana.-See Uraga.
- Udapānadāyaka Thera.-An arahant. Ninety-one kappas ago he had built
a well for Vipassī Buddha and offered it to him. Ap.i.188.
- Udapānadūsaka Jātaka (No. 271)
- Udaya Jātaka (No. 458)
- Udaya Sutta 1.-The conversation between the Buddha and the brahmin
Udaya (see Udaya 1). S.i.173f.
- Udaya Sutta 2.-See Udaya(-mānava)-pucchā below.
- Udaya(-mānava)-pucchā or
Udaya-pañhā.-The questions asked of the Buddha by Udaya-mānava, pupil
of Bāvarī (see Udaya 2), and the Buddha's
replies thereto (Sn.vv.1105-11; SnA.ii.599-600). They deal with the attainment
of samāpatti. AA.i.363.
- Udayā.-See Udayabhaddā below.
- Udayabhaddā.-Step-sister and wife of
Udayabhadda. In the verses she is also called
- Udayaggabodhi.-A parivena built by Aggabodhi VIII. and named after
himself and his father (Udaya I.). Cv.xlix.45; see also Ep. Zey.i.216, 221,
- Udayana.-See Udaya (3).
- Udāyī Sutta
- Udāyibhadda (Udāyibhaddaka)
- Udāyi-thera-Vatthu.-See Lāludāyi.
- Udda Jātaka.-See Uddālaka Jātaka.
- Uddaka Sutta.-Preached by the Buddha. He states therein how
Uddaka-Rāmaputta, unjustifiably, claims to have mastered all learning and
all ill, and explains what such learning and mastery really are (S.v.83f).
- Uddaka.-See Uddaka-Rāmaputta.
- Uddāladāyaka Thera.-An arahant. In a previous birth, thirty-one
kappas ago, he saw a Pacceka Buddha Kakudha, near a river, and gave him an
uddālaka flower (Ap.i.225).
- Uddālaka Jātaka (No. 487)
- Uddālapupphiya Thera.-An arahant. Thirty-one kappas ago he gave an
uddāla flower to a Pacceka Buddha, Anātha, on the bank of the Ganges
- Uddalolaka Vihāra. A monastery in Ceylon; it was the residence of an
Elder, named Mahā-Abhaya. Ras.ii.1; SadS.82.
- Uddesavibhanga Sutta
- Uddhacca Sutta.-Conceit, want of restraint and of diligence, should
all be destroyed by calm (samatha), restraint and earnestness (A.iii.449).
- Uddhacūlābhaya.-Nephew of Devānampiyatissa. He restored the
Mahiyangana-thūpa and made it thirty cubits high (Mhv.i.40).
- Uddha-gangā.-See Gangā.
- Uddhakandaraka.-A vihāra in South Ceylon, founded by Mahānāga,
brother of Devānampiyatissa (Mhv.xxii.9).
- Uddhakurangāma.-A village and a fortification in the district of
ālisāra. It was captured by Parakkamabāhu's general, Māyāgeha (Cv.lxx.171).
- Uddhambhāgiya Sutta.-The Noble Eightfold Way should be cultivated in
order to destroy the five "upward" fetters - lust of form and of the formless,
conceit, excitement and nescience (S.v.61f).
- Uddhavāpi.-A village and a tank. The Māragiri Nigrodha (q.v.) was
stationed there (Cv.lxxii.164, 174).
- Uddhumātaka Sutta.-The idea of an inflated corpse, if developed,
conduces to peace from bondage (S.v.131).
- Uddita Sutta.-Preached in answer to a question by one of the devas.
The world is all strung up by cords of craving and is escorted by decay.
- Udena Cetiya
- Udena Vatthu
- Udumbara Jātaka (No. 298)
- Udumbaragiri.-See Dhūmarakkha.
- Udumbaraphaladāyaka Thera
- Udumbarika-Sīhanāda Sutta
- Ugga Sutta
- Uggaha Mendakanattā
- Uggaha Sutta
- Ugganagara.-See Ugga (8).
- Uggārāma.-A pleasance, probably near the village Kundiya of the
Kurus. Anganika Bhāradvāja is said to have visited it once. See also
Ugga (8). ThagA.i.339.
- Uggarinda.-One of the chief lay supporters of Nārada Buddha.
- Uggasena Vatthu.-The story of Uggasena of Rājagaha (Uggasena
2). DhA.iv.59-65; ibid., 159.
- Uggasena-Nanda.-King of Magadha, one of the nine
Nanda kings (Mbv.98).
- Ugghatitaññu Sutta.-Some people in the world are quick withal and
learn by taking hints; others learn when full details are given; some have to
be led on by instruction; others just learn the text but do not understand it.
- ūhā-nadī.-A river in the Himālaya,
evidently difficult of access. Mil.70.
- Ujita.-A caravan-driver, who, with his friend
Ojita, gave the first meal to Sikhī Buddha after his Enlightenment.
- Ujjaya Sutta
- Ujjaya, Ujjāya
- Ujjenika.-Name given to the inhabitants of Ujjenī (Mil.331). Pajjota
is called Ujjenika (Ujjenaka) rājā (MA.ii.738).
- Ujjhaggika Vagga.-The second division of the Sekhiyā of the Vinaya
- Ujjhānasaññī.-A Thera. He was so called because he went about
finding fault with the monks. He was reported to the Buddha, who thereupon
delivered a sermon blaming action such as his. DhA.iii.376-7.
- Ujjhānasaññino Sutta.-Records the visit of the Ujjhānasaññikā devas
to the Buddha (S.i.23-5).
- Ujuññā (Ujjuññā)
- Ukkācelā Sutta.-The incident mentioned
above, of the Buddha praising his two chief disciples, after their death.
- Ukkacelā.-See Ukkācelā.
- Ukkamsamāla.-A learned monk of Ava. He was well versed in literature
and wrote two books dealing with the Pali language, the Vannabodhana and the
Likhananaya (Sās., p.120).
- Ukkamsika.-A king of Rāmañña, a great patron of learning. For
details about him see Bode, op. cit., 50, 52.
- Ukkanagara.-A vihāra (presumably in Ceylon). It was the residence of
the thera Mahāvyaggha and seven hundred others. Mhv.xxxii.54.
- Ukkanthita-aññatarabhikkhussa Vatthu.-The name given in the
Dhammapada Commentary (i.297-300) to the story of
- Ukkāsatika Thera
- Ukkhā Sutta
- Ukkhepakata-Vaccha Thera
- Ukkhittapadumiya Thera
- Ukkotana Sutta.-Few are those that refrain from accepting bribes to
prevent justice, from cheating and from crooked ways; numerous those that do
not so refrain. S.v.473.
- Uladāgāma.-A village in Rohana where a battle took place between the
forces of Parakkamabāhu I, and the rebels. Cv.lxxv.18.
- Ullapanagāma.-A village where there was a bridge of thirty cubits,
built over the Mahāvālukaganga by Devappatirāja (Cv.lxxxvi.23). The village is
identified with the modern Ulapane, four miles from Gampola (Cv.Trs.ii.173,
- Ulūka Jātaka (No. 270)
- ūmi Sutta.-See Ummi Sutta below.
- Ummadantī Jātaka (No. 527)
- Ummāda-Phussadeva.-See Phussadeva.
- Ummagga Jātaka
- Ummagga Sutta
- Ummāpupphā.-A class of devas present at the preaching of the
Mahāsamaya Sutta (D.ii.260). They are so-called because their bodies were
azure in colour, like ummā-flowers. DA.ii.690; see also ibid., 562; MA.ii.706.
- Ummāpupphiya Thera
- Ummi Sutta.-Four perils have to be faced by those who go down into
the water: waves, sharks, whirlpools and sea-monsters. Like perils await those
who go from the household life to homelessness. A.ii.123ff. This sutta is
included as part of the Cātuma Sutta (M.i.460f).
- Unha Sutta.-When the Unhavalāhaka-devā wish to revel their bodies,
the weather becomes hot, according to their desire. S.iii.251.
- Unhanagara.-A village, the birthplace of
- Unhavalāhakā.-A class of devas who live in the
Cātummahārājika world (NidA.108; VibhA.519). When they wish for heat to
revel their bodies, the weather becomes hot. (See Unha Sutta above.)
- Unnābha Sutta.-The conversation between the Buddha and
Unnābha referred to above. S.v.
- Unnalomaghara.-A building belonging to the Rājāyatana-dhatu-vihāra
in Nāgadīpa. It was erected by Aggabodhi II. Cv.xlii.62.
- Unnama.-A Damila chief whom Dutthagāmani defeated in his campaign.
He was a nephew of Tamba and his stronghold was also called Unnama.
Mhv.xxv.14, 15; MT.474.
- Unnavalli.-A vihāra to which Aggabodhi I. gave the village of