Definition of Arhatship

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arhatship

argyrites
argyro-
argyrodite
argyrodites
argyrol
argyrophil
argyrophilic
argyrophilic cell
argyrophilic fibre
argyroses
argyrosis
argyrotic
arhat
arhathood
arhats
arhatship (current term)
arhatships
arhbarite
arhigosis
arhythmia
arhythmic
arhythmically
aria
arialike
arian
arianist
ariary
arias
ariboflavinoses

Literary usage of Arhatship

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1. A Dictionary of the Päli Language by Robert Cæsar Childers (1875)
"Now to be the ultimate goal of Buddhism arhatship must be an eternal state ... But since Arhats die arhatship is not an eternal state, and therefore it is ..."

2. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1894)
"Thus we have according to Professor Childers the bliss of arhatship and the ... Now, to be the ultimate goal of Buddhism, arhatship must be an eternal state ..."

3. The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine (1874)
"He attains arhatship in the heavens. arhatship, however, can be attained also in this world. This fourth or highest path is called Arahatta, or arhatship, ..."

4. Report of Deputation Sent by the Board of Foreign Missions of the by Robert Elliott Speer, Dwight Huntington Day, David Bovaird, Presbyterian church in the U.S.A. Board of foreign missions (1916)
""The word Nirvana," he said, in his Pali dictionary, "is used to designate two different things, the state of blissful satisfaction called arhatship, ..."

5. The Sanskrit Buddhist Literature of Nepal by Rājendralāla Mitra (1882)
"Sumana, the boy, soon attained arhatship under the edifying lectures of the benign Buddha. ... He obtained arhatship which he so richly merited. LXXXV. ..."

6. Outlines of Mahaŷâna Buddhism by Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki (1907)
"The idea of arhatship, however, was considered by Mahayanists cold, impassionate, and hard-hearted, for the saint calmly reviews the sight of the suffering ..."

7. On Yuan Chwang's Travels in India, 629-645 A.D. by Thomas Watters (1904)
"Then Yuan-chuang's statement, that tallies were kept only of married couples attaining arhatship is very silly and does not agree with the accounts in other ..."

8. Publications by Oriental Translation Fund (1904)
"Then Yuan-chuang's statement, that tallies were kept only of married couples attaining arhatship is very silly and does not agree with the accounts in other ..."

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