1. Guttā Therī.-She belonged to a brahmin family of Sāvatthi; when she reached adolescence household life became repugnant to her owing to her upanissaya, and, with her parents' consent, she entered the Order under Pajāpatī Gotamī. For a long time she could not concentrate her mind, but, encouraged by the Buddha, she attained arahantship. Thig.vv.163-8; ThigA.157f.
2. Guttā.-The third of the seven daughters of Kiki, king of Benares. She was a previous birth of Patācārā. J.vi.481; but see Ap.ii.558, v.15, where Patācārā is identified with Bhikkhunī.