PTS Dict: http://dsal.uchicago.edu/cgi-bin/philol ... 2:102.pali
Pāramitā (f.) [pāramī+tā]=pāramī Nett 87
Pāramī (f.) [abstr. fr. parama, cp. BSk. mantrāṇāŋ pāra- miŋ gata Divy 637] completeness, perfection, highest state Sn 1018, 1020; Pug 70
; DhA i.5; VvA 2 (sāvakañāṇa˚); PvA 139; Sdhp 328. In later literature there is mentioned a group of 10 perfections (dasa pāramiyo) as the perfect exercise of the 10 principal virtues by a Bodhisatta, viz. dāna˚, sīla˚, nekkhamma˚, paññā˚, viriya˚, khanti˚, sacca˚, adhiṭṭhāna˚, mettā˚, upekhā˚ J i.73
; DhA i.84.
-- ppatta (pārami˚) having attained perfection M iii.28; Nd2 435
; Miln 21 22; cp. Miln trsl. i.34.
And speaking of things that only appear in later-ish literature, how about this favorite: http://dsal.uchicago.edu/cgi-bin/philol ... 1:634.pali
The 3 properties (tilakkhaṇaŋ) of existing things or of the phenomenal world are anicca, dukkha, anatta, or impermanence, suffering, unreality: thus at J i.48
(dhamma -- desanā ti -- l -- ˚muttā), 275; iii.377
(through contemplating them arises vipassanā & pacceka -- bodhi -- ñāṇa).
Which many like to cite as a sort of be-all-and-end-all of what is, or is not, Dhamma.