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bhagavā
Worshipful, venerable, blessed, holy. This word is generally used as an epithet or name of a Buddha, in particular, Sākyamuni
bhante
This is a contracted form of bhadante. It is used as a reverential term of address, "Lord", "Reverend sir", and is the proper address of Buddha, of Buddhist priests, of ṛishis, tāpasas, etc.
bhava
becoming
bhāvanā
Producing; increasing, developing, being devoted to, realizing, attaining; earnest consideration, meditation
bhavataṇhā
bhikkhu
monk
bhikkhunī
A female mendicant, a Buddhist nun
bho
Oh! I say! Sir! Friend! This is a familiar term of address, and is used to inferiors and equals.
bodhi
The knowledge possessed by a Buddha, supreme or infinite knowledge, omniscience, the Truth; Buddhahood
bodhisatta
a being striving for Awakening
brāhmaṇa
brahmin
brahmā
Mahābrahma; the Hindu brahma; a brahmin; parents; a brahma angel; a Buddha
Buddha
the Buddha
Buddhānussati
A kappa in which one or more Buddhas appear
bhadante
A name of the wife of Siddhattha, Buddha
Brahmavihāra
Excellent or perfect state; life or abode in the brahma world; the exercise of the appamaññās, or perfect good will towards all beings
brahmacariya
The duties or practice of a religious student; celibacy; chastity, purity; the life of holiness led by the sanctified; living according to Buddha's precepts; charity or almsgiving; the practice of the
byāpāda
Wish to injure, malevolence, hatred, fury
bala
Strength, power, force; an army, troops, forces; bulkiness
havarāga
Sacrafice
bhāvanāmayapaññā
Consisting of or sprung from meditation
bhojane mattaññutā
bhojane Food mattaññutā Moderation
bhavarāga
Lord Sir,
bhesajja
medicine