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yoking; harnessing; combining; uniting; mixing; applying; preparing; urging
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having yoked; having harnessed; having combined; having united; having mixed; having applied; having prepared; having urged
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yoking; application; a measure of length, which is about, 7 miles. || yojanā (f.), construction; suggestion; proposal; an exegesis
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this is the best idea, because when you learn a pali word you learn so much about buddhism. like when i learn the word dosa, i learn boredom and indecision are subte forms of hate. brilliant!!!!!!!!!!! and its fun, and feels good trying to remember all these words releases endorphins. puja, which means showing respect, befriend.
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Postby David N. Snyder » Sat Oct 15, 2011 4:41 pm

Bhante Dhammika's post on Oct. 9, 2011 at his blog:

Sadhu is a Pali word which means good, excellent or auspicious. Examples of the word’s use are: ‘It is sadhu to see noble ones’ (D.I,88), ‘It is sadhu to control the mind’ (Dhp.35), and ‘Even one who leads a sadhu life will decline by consorting with a lazy person’ (It.71). Sadhu is also occasionally used in the Tipitaka as an exclamation. To show his appreciation of something Sariputta had said the Buddha responded: ‘Sadhu, sadhu Sariputta!’ (Vin.I,56). Today it is common for people in Buddhist countries to say sadhu three times to express their happiness or approval of something related to the Dhamma.

http://sdhammika.blogspot.com/2011/10/s ... sabhu.html
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