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There are 19 total results for your 難陀 search.

Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

難陀


难陀

see styles
nán tuó / nan2 tuo2
nan t`o / nan to
 Nanda
難陁 nanda, "happiness, pleasure, joy, felicity." M.W. Name of disciples not easy to discriminate; one is called Cowherd Nanda, an arhat; another Sundarananda, to distinguish him from Ānanda, and the above; also, of a milkman who gave Śākyamuni milk; of a poor woman who could only offer a cash to buy oil for a lamp to Buddha; of a nāga king; etc.

阿難陀


阿难陀

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ē nán tuó / e1 nan2 tuo2
o nan t`o / o nan to
 Ananda / あなんだ
Prince Ananda, cousin of the Buddha and his closest disciple
(person) Ananda (disciple of Gautama Buddha)
Ānanda, 阿難; intp. by 歡喜 Joy; son of Droṇodana-rāja, and younger brother of Devadatta; he was noted as the most learned disciple of Buddha and famed for hearing and remembering his teaching, hence is styled 多聞; after the Buddha's death he is said to have compiled the sutras in the Vaibhāra cave, v. 畢, where the disciples were assembled in Magadha. He is reckoned as the second patriarch. Ānandabhadra and Ānandasāgara are generally given as two other Ānandas, but this is uncertain.

跋難陀


跋难陀

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bán án tuó / ban2 an2 tuo2
pan an t`o / pan an to
 Batsunanda
Upananda, a disciple who rejoiced over the Buddha's death because it freed the disciples from restraint. A nāga king.

優波難陀


优波难陀

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yōu bō nán tuó / you1 bo1 nan2 tuo2
yu po nan t`o / yu po nan to
 Upananda
Upananda, a disciple of Śākyamuni; also a nāga king.

實叉難陀


实叉难陀

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shí chān án tuó / shi2 chan1 an2 tuo2
shih ch`an an t`o / shih chan an to
 Jisshananda
Śikṣānanda. A śramaṇa of Kustana (Khotan) who in A.D. 695 introduced a new alphabet into China and translated nineteen works; the Empress Wu invited him to bring a complete copy of the Huayan sūtra to Luoyang; sixteen works in the present collection are assigned to him. Also 施乞叉難陀.

摩羅難陀


摩罗难陀

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mó luó nán tuó / mo2 luo2 nan2 tuo2
mo lo nan t`o / mo lo nan to
 Marananta
Mālânanda

烏波難陀


乌波难陀

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wū bō nán tuó / wu1 bo1 nan2 tuo2
wu po nan t`o / wu po nan to
 Upananda
Upananda (or 塢波難陀), a disciple of Śākyamuni; also one of the eight naga-kings in the Garbhadhātu.

難陀跋難陀


难陀跋难陀

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nán tuó bán án tuó / nan2 tuo2 ban2 an2 tuo2
nan t`o pan an t`o / nan to pan an to
 Nanda Batsunanda
Nanda Upananda, two nāga brothers, who protected Magadha; Nanda [and] Upananda

孫陀羅難陀


孙陀罗难陀

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sūn tuó luó nán tuó / sun1 tuo2 luo2 nan2 tuo2
sun t`o lo nan t`o / sun to lo nan to
 Sondarananda
Sundarananda, or Sunanda, said to be younger brother of Śākyamuni, his wife being the above Sundarī; thus called to distinguish him from Ānanda.

施乞叉難陀


施乞叉难陀

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shī qǐ chān án tuó / shi1 qi3 chan1 an2 tuo2
shih ch`i ch`an an t`o / shih chi chan an to
 Sekotsushananda
Śikṣānanda

阿難陀夜叉


阿难陀夜叉

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ān án tuó yè chā / an1 an2 tuo2 ye4 cha1
an an t`o yeh ch`a / an an to yeh cha
 Ānanda yasha
A yakṣa, called White Teeth.

阿難陀補羅


阿难陀补罗

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ān án tuó bǔ luó / an1 an2 tuo2 bu3 luo2
an an t`o pu lo / an an to pu lo
 Anandabora
Ānandapura, a place given by Eitel as north-east of Gujarat; 'the present Bārnagar, near Kurree,' which was 'one of the strongholds of the Jain sect.'

阿姆利達難陀


阿姆利达难陀

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ā mǔ lì dán án tuó / a1 mu3 li4 dan2 an2 tuo2
a mu li tan an t`o / a mu li tan an to
 Aboridananda
Amṛtānanda

難陀婆難陀龍王


难陀婆难陀龙王

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nán tuó pó nán tuó lóng wáng / nan2 tuo2 po2 nan2 tuo2 long2 wang2
nan t`o p`o nan t`o lung wang / nan to po nan to lung wang
 Nandabananda ryūō
Nandopananda-nāga-rājā

拔濟苦難陀羅尼經


拔济苦难陀罗尼经

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bá jǐ kǔn án tuó luó ní jīng / ba2 ji3 kun3 an2 tuo2 luo2 ni2 jing1
pa chi k`un an t`o lo ni ching / pa chi kun an to lo ni ching
 Bassai kunan tarani kyō
Sūtra of the Dhāranīs that Remove Suffering and Adversity

阿難陀目怯尼呵離陀經


阿难陀目怯尼呵离陀经

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ān án tuó mù qìn ní hē lí tuó jīng / an1 an2 tuo2 mu4 qin4 ni2 he1 li2 tuo2 jing1
an an t`o mu ch`in ni ho li t`o ching / an an to mu chin ni ho li to ching
 Ananda mokukōni karita kyō
Anantuo muqieni helituo jing

阿難陀目怯尼呵離陀鄰尼經


阿难陀目怯尼呵离陀邻尼经

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ān án tuó mù qiè ní hē lí tuó lín ní jīng / an1 an2 tuo2 mu4 qie4 ni2 he1 li2 tuo2 lin2 ni2 jing1
an an t`o mu ch`ieh ni ho li t`o lin ni ching / an an to mu chieh ni ho li to lin ni ching
 Ananda mokukōni kari darinni kyō
Anantuo muqieni heli tuolinni jing

瑜伽集要救阿難陀羅尼焰口軌儀經


瑜伽集要救阿难陀罗尼焰口轨仪经

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yú qié jí yào jiù ān án tuó luó ní yàn kǒu guǐ yí jīng / yu2 qie2 ji2 yao4 jiu4 an1 an2 tuo2 luo2 ni2 yan4 kou3 gui3 yi2 jing1
yü ch`ieh chi yao chiu an an t`o lo ni yen k`ou kuei i ching / yü chieh chi yao chiu an an to lo ni yen kou kuei i ching
 Yugashū yōkyū anan darani enku kigi kyō
Conditions and Causes Which Gave Rise to the Teaching to Ānanda Concerning the Essentials of the Yoga [Tradition] on Distribution of Food to Burning Mouths

瑜伽集要焰口施食起教阿難陀緣由


瑜伽集要焰口施食起教阿难陀缘由

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yú qié jí yào yàn kǒu shī shí qǐ jiào ān án tuó yuán yóu / yu2 qie2 ji2 yao4 yan4 kou3 shi1 shi2 qi3 jiao4 an1 an2 tuo2 yuan2 you2
yü ch`ieh chi yao yen k`ou shih shih ch`i chiao an an t`o yüan yu / yü chieh chi yao yen kou shih shih chi chiao an an to yüan yu
 Yuga shūyō enku sejiki kikyō ananda enyu
Conditions and Causes Which Gave Rise to the Teaching to Ānanda Concerning the Essentials of the Yoga [Tradition] on Distribution of Food to Burning Mouths

Entries with 2nd row of characters: The 2nd row is Simplified Chinese.

This page contains 19 results for "難陀" in Chinese and/or Japanese.



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