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khyung po – 1) area in Kham. 2) n.

Of a family clan khyung po rnal ‘byor – Khyungpo Naljor. (1002-1064).

A Tibetan master who brought teachings back from India that were later known as the Shangpa Kagyь.

Disciple of the female siddha Niguma. khyung po rnal ‘byor – Khyungpo Naljor.

A Tibetan master who brought the teachings back from India that were later known as the Shangpa Kagyь. khyung po rnal ‘byor – late 11th to 12th century – Khyungpo Naljor, who founded the Shangpa Kagyь lineage in Tibet khyung po rnal ‘byor – Khyungpo Naljor; See. {mkhas grub khyung po rnal ‘byor} khyung dpyad – basket khyung sprul nam mkha’ rgyal mtshan – 18th cent. khyung phrug – garuda birdling khyung rtse dgon – n.

Of a monastery in the valley of Panam in Tsang khyung g.yag – bull-yak, usually white, not castrated, powerful khyung ru – garuda’s horn khyung ru deng nge bya ba yin pa – uprightness, head and shoulders, dignity, crown khyung lung dgon – Khyung Lung Monastery, near Kailash. khyung gshog – garuda wings khyung ser bka’ gdams lugs – the Kadampa tradition’s Yellow Garuda khyung gser mig ‘khyil ba – form of a presentation of Garuda, eagle khyud – rim khyud mo – 1) rim [of a well], edge.

See also {zo chun gyi khyud mo}. 2) an armful. 3) equipment of a horse. 4) embrace, grasp of both arms. 5) rim of a vessel; the rim of a vessel khyur po – entire, full khyur mid gtong ba – to swallow, gulp down khyur mid pa – to swallow / eat food(without chewing) khyus – line, row. khyus lding ba – put / be in line khye – gain, syn {khe} khye chung – infant, small child khye nyen – gain and risk — khri bton – enthronement [ceremony].

Syn {khri ‘don} khri stan – throne, seat khri stan – seats khri stan chen po – big / huge throne khri stan chen po dang khri stan mthon po spong ba – renouncing big and lofty seats / thrones, One of {bslab pa’i gzhi brgyad} -eight basic trainings khri stan mthon po – a tall / lofty throne khri stan mthon po dang khri stan chen po spong ba – refrain from sleeping upon a higher large bed, one of the {bslab pa’i gzhi brgyad} eight basic teachings khri thub – life span of ten thousand years khri thog gi dpon po – a chieftain on his throne khri thog pa – {mkhan po sogs las thog pa} khri drug ‘gyogs – Six ornaments of a throne, six adornments of a throne, six supports of throne.

A] 1) {bya khyung} garuda. 2) {klu gdengs ka can} a water-spirit [naga] with multiple hoods behind the head 3) chu srin.

A crocodile-like sea-monster [maraka] with crisscross ornamental pattern on its body 4) {mdzis pa’i ba rgyang} wear of trees as garments 5) {ri dwags sha ral can} animal of flesh and a single horn 6) {glang po che rgyan ldan} an elephant adorned with ornaments and holding a vase in its truck.

B] 1) {seng ge} a lion. 2) {glang chen} an elephant. 3) {rta mchog} a supreme horse. 4) {rma bya} a peacock. 5) {bya khyung} a garuda bird. 6) {gyad kyi mi} strong man khri drug stong – sixteen thousand khri gdan – throne cover/ seat/ cushion khri gdan zur – retired [abbot of a monastery] khri gdugs – 1) the sun. [also the moon].

Throne and canopy khri gdugs – the sun khri gdugs ‘og na – under the sun khri ‘don – throne cushion, carpet spread on a throne or couch, enthronement ceremony, coronation, inauguration, installation. [as chair person] khri ‘don mnga’ gsol – coronation ceremony, enthronement, enthronement and empowerment khri ‘don rten ‘brel – auspicious occasion of an installation or coronation khri ‘don gnang ba – to install, to enthrone, coronate khri ldan – president, chairman khri lde gtsug rten – Tridey Tsugten khri sde – 1) ten thousand families. 2) 10,000. 3) the general public khri pa – abbot khri pa – 1) the occupier of the throne. 2) abbot of a monastery, head lama, chief monk. 3) title used by the head of the Ganden Monastery — dug rdzas – toxin dug sum – 1) {gti mug}. 2) {zhe sdang} 3) {‘dod chags} dug slog – clothes dug gsum – three poisons: attachment, anger, and dullness; desire raga {‘dod chags} hatred dvesha {zhe sdang} and delusion moha {gti mug}. dug gsum – three poisons dug gsum – Three mind poisons.

Attachment, anger, and delusion. dug gsum – Three poisons.

Desire, anger, and delusion. dugs – heat, revenge, grudge, rancour dugs pa – to make warm, to warm, to light, to kindle dugs po – ordinary (?) dung – a conch; a tortoise shell, a shell.

Conch, horn instruments; a trumpet/ a pipe/ a demon; conch-shell/ skull; mollusk dung dkar – white conch dung dkar dgon pa – Dongkar Monastery dung dkar g.yas su ‘khyil ri can – white conch, spiraling to the right dung dkar bshag pa – Dungkar Shagpa, in Domey. dung khang – bone, skull mansion, palace, – syn { kapala dung nge – constantly; constant, continual dung nge ba – continual dung chen – large musical horn,trumpet dung ti sgo nga – origin egg dung dung – staggering, reeling, tottering, wavering dung pa – trumpeter dung pan – basin dung phur phrag brgyad dang bye ba phrag drug – 860 million dung phyud phrag dgu dang bye ba phrag brgyad – 980 millions dung phyur – 100 million dung phyur phrag dgu – 900 million dung phyur phrag dgu dang bya ba phrag bzhi – 940 million dung phyur phrag dgu dang byi ba phrag drug – 960 million dung phyur phrag dgu dang bye ba phrag dgu – 990 million dung phyur phrag dgu dang bye ba phrag lnga – 950 million dung phyur phrag dgu dang bye ba phrag gnyis – 920 million dung phyur phrag dgu dang bye ba phrag bdun – 970 million dung phyur phrag dgu dang bye ba phrag gsum – 930 million — dung phyur phrag drug dang bye ba phrag gnyis – 620 million dung phyur phrag bdun – seven hundred million dung phyur phrag bdun dang bye ba phrag brgyad – 780 million dung phyur phrag bzhi – four hundred million dung phyur phrag gsum – 3 hundred million; 300 million dung phyur phrag gsum dang bye ba phrag lnga – 350 million dung phyur phrag gsum dang bye ba brag lnga – 350 million dung ‘phyar – 100 million dung ba – {dung ba, dungs pa, dung ba} intr.

V.; ft.

Of {dung ba} dung bar chad – difficulty dung ‘bud – va.

To play a horn dung dmar – blood-filled skull dung mtsho ras pa – Dungtso Repa, First.

Dungtso Repa, Second dung mtsho ras pa snga ma – 1267-1329? – Dungtso Repa, the earlier. dung mtsho ras pa phyi ma – 14th cent. – Dungtso Repa, the later. dung sems – affection, yearning dungs pa – pf.

Of {dung ba}; love dud – 1) smoke. 2) syn cdud 3) p.

Of {‘dud} dud kha – smoke colour dud ‘gro – animal, beast, brute, “moving on four limbs”.

Animal dud ‘gro rngog chags – animals dud ‘gro bying na gnas pa – “animals living in the depth” dud sngon – bluish smoke colour dud pa – syn {du ba} smoke, dark-gray; smoke; {dud pa, dud pa, dud pa} intr.

V. dud pa’i sol ba ma – syn {dud sol ma, Tusolma dud tshang – household — ‘da’ kha ye shes kyi mdo – Sutra on the Wisdom of the Verge of Passing ‘da’ khar – at the point of death ‘da’ ba – to pass over, to travel over, to clear a certain space; to pass away; to die; ft.

Of {‘da’ ba}; {‘da’ ba, ‘das pa, ‘da’ ba} intr.

V. ‘da’ ru mi ‘jug pa – to stop, hinder, obstruct ‘dar – tremble, shiver, quaver, flutter, flicker.

Vi.

To tremble ‘dar rgyab pa – to have fever, ague, influenza ‘dar cum me ba – mutton (?) ‘dar phril phril byed pa – quivering ‘dar ‘phring – hesitation or doubt ‘dar ba – to quake, tremble, shiver; a district in Tibet, to tremble, shudder, shiver, quake; {‘dar ba, ‘dar ba, ‘dar ba} intr.

V. ‘dal – a single horn ‘dal ba – still water; {‘dal ba, ‘dal ba, ‘dal ba} intr.

V. ‘das – p.

Of {‘da’} to pass over / above / into / beyond / away, transgress, surpass, overtake, surmount, exceed, trespass, transcend, go beyond, pass, – / spend / waste time, more than, the past, – syn {myang ‘das} – syn {‘jig rten las ‘das pa}; 1) vi.

To pass [time]. 2) vi.

To pass away, to die 3) va.

To transgress violate 4) vi.

To go beyond, exceed, surpass ‘das grongs – death, dead ‘das mchod – funeral rite ‘das rjes – testament, final word / teaching; posthumous teachings ‘das nas – having passed beyond ‘das pa – pf.

Of {‘da’ ba}; 1) past tense. 2) past 3) beyond, surpassing. 4) died, passed. 5) nirvana ‘das pa – has died ‘das pa ‘gags shing – the past has ceased ‘das pa’i dus – past time, the past ‘das pa’i dus la ma chags ma thogs pa’i ye shes gzigs pa ‘jug pa – to enter into the perception of the pristine cognition which is unobstructed and unimpeded in respect of the past ‘das pa’i nang – to corros ‘das pa’i ‘og tu – from now ‘das po – the deceased, late ‘das lo – in former years — rdo rje bzhi bskyed – development stage in terms of four vajras. rdo rje zam pa – the Vajra Bridge teachings (of Dzogchen Longde) rdo rje zegs ma – vajra fragments; see {rdo rje gzegs ma} rdo rje zlas pa – vajra recitation rdo rje gzegs ma – vajra fragments: {rgyu la rnam par dpyad nas ‘gog pa – myu gu skye na bdag las sam gzhan las sam gnyis ka las sam rgyu med las kye zhes dbyad pas rigs ngor gang las kyang mi skye bas skye med du sgrub pa’o} rdo rje gzegs ma’i gtan tshigs – Vajra Particle Reasoning rdo rje bzlas pa – vajra recitation rdo rje ra gur – enclosure of vajras rdo rje ra ba – Adamantine Rampart rdo rje ra ba – Dorje Rawa, at Lapchi.

See Adamantine Rampart rdo rje ra ba – Adamantine Rampart, or Vajra Horn (rdo rje rwa ba). rdo rje rwa ba – Vajra Prong rdo rje rab tu gsang ba’i rgyud – Most Secret Vajra Tantra.

One of the Twenty-five Tantras of the Great Perfection taught by Shri Singha to Vairochana. rdo rje lam – the indestructible path rdo rje lu gu rgyud – vajra chains; chains of indestructible reality rdo rje lung bstan – indestructible prophetic declarations / prophecies rdo rje lus kyi dkyil ‘khor – mandala of the vajra body rdo rje legs pa – Vajrasadhu rdo rje shogs pa – indestructible wings rdo rje gshog pa – vajra wings rdo rje sa – indestructible level rdo rje sa bla’i rgyud – Vajra Above Earth Tantra.

A tantra belonging to Kriya Yoga. rdo rje sa ‘og gi rgyud – Vajra Under Earth Tantra.

A tantra belonging to Kriya Yoga. rdo rje sems dpa’ – Vajrasattva, [vajra-being].

State of commitment to what is indestructible.

Courageous vajra mind. rdo rje sems dpa’ – Vajrasattva rdo rje sems dpa’ – Vajrasattva.

A sambhogakaya buddha who embodies all of the five or hundred buddha families.

He is also a support for purification practices. — ba byung – cow-nectar, cow essence, ingredients of a cow ba byung lnga – five cow essences, five [pure] ingredients from a cow; collected under special circumstances: 1) urines, dung, milk, butter and curd. 2) mucus, saliva, milk, urine, and manure. ba byung sna lnga – Cow nectar.

Five essences from a special cow.

Syn { ba’i rnam lnga ba byung ril bu – cow essence pill; made of {ba byung lnga} ba bla – arsenic, orpiment yellow. ba bla ma’i rnal ‘byor sgom pa – training in guru yoga ba ‘bog – clod, lump of earth. ba rbu ra – 1) of a variegated or spotted color. 2) gold. 3) yellow orpigment ba rbu ri – yellow orpigment ba men – 1) the bamen deer [looks like a cow]. 2) syn {ben} 3) syn {ba ga ya} 4) buffalo-calf. 5) {rkem} ba men gyi ra – the horn of the “bamen” deer; [has a conic shape] ba mo – 1) frost, hoarfrost, dew. 2) half ox half cow; frost ba tswa – salt [ocean] ba tshwa – alkali, soda ba tshwa can – briney/ salty ba tshwa can gyi rgya mtsho – the salt-water ocean; the Salty Ocean, [syn {ba tshva’i rgya mtsho}.

The ocean between the four continents and the surrounding iron wall in the traditional Buddhist layout of the universe with Mt.

Meru etc ba tshwa can gyi chu klung gi mdo – Salty River Sutra ba tshwa can gyi chu klung gi mdo – unidentified ba tshwa’i rgya mtsho – the Salty Ocean, [the ocean between the continents and the surrounding iron mountain wall] ba dzir – bajira. ba dzra – vajra, dorje ba dzra gu ru sngags – Vajra Guru Mantra ba dzra gu ru’i phan yon – text revealed by karma gling pa – 14th cent.

On the “vajraguru” formula invoking the blessings of padma sambhava; a syllable by syllable commentary and an explanation of the benefits to be derived from its recital ba dzra mu – dissolve ba dzra sa ma’ dza – VajrasamAjah ba dzra he ru ka – vajra heruka — ‘bri gung dur khrod – sky burial site at {‘bri gung mthil} ‘bri gung rdor ‘dzin dkon mchog rgyud ‘dzin – Drigung Dordzin Konchog Gyudzin. ‘bri gung pa – Drigungpa ‘bri gung pa chen po’i gdan rabs chos kyi byung tshul gser gyi phreng ba – by Tendzin Pema Gyaltsen ‘bri gung dpal ‘dzin – Drigung Padzin ‘bri gung spyan snga gling pa – Drigung Chen-nga Lingpa, at Mt.

Kailash. ‘bri gung rdzong gsar – The Drigung [Kagyu) Fort ‘bri gung rig ‘dzin chos kyi grags pa – 1595-1662 ‘bri gun thil – seat of drigung Kagyupas ‘bri chu – Drichu River, in Kham. ‘bri thim phug – Cave In Which the Dri Vanished, also called Cave of the Dri Horn (‘bri rwa phug), at Kailash. ‘bri thim or ‘dri rwa phug – Drithim Phuk, at Kailash.

See Cave: in which the Dri Vanished ‘bri ba – intr.

Ft.

Of {bris pa}; to lessen, decrease, diminish, to reduce ‘bri byed – the instrument of writing ‘bri mo – a female yak, tame female yak ‘brI mo – dri ‘bri mog – the red juice for coloring {gtor ma} the {‘bri mog} should be soaked in {mar khra} with a little alcohol.

Syn {smug rtsi} ‘bri rwa phug – Cave of the Dri Horn, at Kailash. ‘bring – mediocre, average; medium, middle, intermediate, middling, in-between, average, midst, mean, moderate, the average man, middle length ‘bring gis – as the next best ‘bring po – middle ‘bring po’i rin chen lnga – 1) {gser}. 2) {dngul} 3) {zangs} 4) {lcags rnon po} 5) {khab len} ‘bring spyod lam gyis bcos pa – one of the {bcos thabs gsum} ‘bring ba – intermediate level ‘brid mkhan – a guide ‘brid pa – {‘brid pa, phris pa, dbri ba, phris} trans.

V.; reduces, to deceive, cheat, impose upon ‘brim – to distribute ‘brim pa – {‘brim pa, brims pa, brim pa, brims} trans.

V.; to distribute, deal out, hand round, pass around ‘bru – 1) seed, grain, kernel, crops, 2) seed syllable, letter; 3) to scrutinize; probe, pluck out; ‘bru ‘grel – word-for-word commentary, a syllable by syllable commentary ‘bru lnga – 5 grains. 1) {nas}. 2) {‘bras} 3) {gro} 4) {sran} 5) {so ba} ‘bru mdangs – granular shading ‘bru gnon – reading and following the syntax properly — ra sa’i gtsug lag khang – syn {jo khang}; {jo khang} ra si – rope ra sid – receipt rwa – prong / spoke [of a vajra]; a fence rwa rgya bkra shis kun bde gling – Ragya Monastery, Tashi Kunde Ling, founded by Arik Geshey, in Domey. rwa sgeng dgon pa – Roling monastery rwa sgreng – Reting (Rinpoche); Reting Monastery, the first Kadampa monastery later became Gelukpa rwa sgreng – Reting Rinpoche, the abbot of Reting monastery, and at times the regent-king of Tibet. rwa sgreng – Reting, or Ratreng, in U. rwa sngon – ‘blue horns’.

The sign of a beast’s maturity rwa co – horn rwa bcu – ten-branched antlers rwa ston gter ston stobs ldan rdo rje – 18-19th cent. – Ratцn Tertцn Topden Dorje. rwa gdeng ba – with prongs spread rwa ba – horn, prong, tip rwa rtse phug – Ratse Phug, one of the Eight Places of the Accomplished Ones of Rekong. rwa yi khang pa – Horn-fence huts, in Lhasa. rwa yi khang pa – Rakyi Khangpa, in Lhasa.

See Horn-fence huts rwa ye shes seng ge – 12th cent.

Grandson of {rwa lo ts’a ba rdo rje grags} rwa langs pa – an upright standing fence rwa lo – {mthu stobs dbang phyug rje btsun rwa lo ts’a ba} rwa lo tsa ba rdo rje ‘grags – Ra Lotsawa Dorje Drak. rwa bsod nams dbang rgyal – the 15th abbot of {bkra shis ‘khyil} rag – to feel; brass; 1) to get, gain, obtain. 2) copper. 3) depends on rag mgo – monastery rag mgo mchog sprul – thub bstan bshad sgrub rgya mtsho, 1890-1973.

Alias padma kun bzang rang grol rag mgo mchog sprul thub bstan bshad sgrub rgya mtsho – 1890-1973 rag rgyab – Ragyap, in Lhasa. rag rdul – powedered-brass imitation gold rag bsdus – brief rag pa – depend {rag pa, rag pa, rag pa} intr.

V. rag ma byang chub rdzong – Ragma Changchup Dzong, one of Milarepa’s meditation cave, in Tц, Mangyul. rag tse – stone — ri bo tse lnga – Five Peak Mountain in central Tibet, sacred to Manjushri. [not to be confused with {gya nag ri bo rtse lnga}; five peack mountain in central Tibet, sacred to Manjushri. [not to be confused with {gya nag ri bo rtse lnga} ri bo rtse lnga – Wu-t’ai-shan ri bo brtsegs pa – Mountain Pile.

See Eighteen Mahayoga Tantras. ri bo yi rgyal po – Mount Meru ri bo yi rgyal po mchog rab – excellent Mt.

Meru ri bong – rabbit; hare, ri bong gi rdul – a measure the size of seven {chu rdul} rabbit particle; rabbit particle, a measure the size of seven {chu rdul} ri bong gi ril ma – rabbit excrement, pellet of rabbit dropping ri bong can – the moon; the moon. ri bong ‘dzin – the moon, “hare-holder” ri bong rA – horn of a rabbit ri bong rwa – a rabbit’s / hare’s horn, horn of a rabbit; horn of a rabbit, a rabbit’s / hare’s horn. ri bo’i rgyal mtshan – mountain banner ri bo’i rtse – mountain tops ri bo’i rtse – the mountaintop ri brag – mountains and rocks ri mo – 1) drawing, picture, painting, etching, 2) stroke, design, doodles; venerate, pattern; line, figure, ri mo mkhan – artist ri mo ‘bri ba – to paint, draw ri brtsegs – summit of mountains ri mtsho gling gsum – see {brten pa ri mtsho gling gsum} ri zhom ‘gram – near the foot of the hill ri gzar – steep mountain ri gzer gyi ‘bab chu – a waterfall ri yi rgyal po – King of Mountains ri yi rgyal po – King of Mountains.

Same as Mount Sumeru. ri rab – Mt.

Meru, Mount Sumeru, Mount Supreme, the Universal Mountain.

Syn {ri rab lhun po}; Mount Meru, Mount Sumeru, Mount Supreme, the Universal Mountain.

Syn {ri rab lhun po}; Mt.

Meru

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