Welcome to Digital Pāḷi Dictionary

DPD is a feature-rich Pāḷi-English dictionary which runs in GoldenDict, MDict, and Kindle, or any other application that supports those formats.

Download the latest version from this page on GitHub.

It is a work in progress, made available for testing and feedback purposes.

Here's a handy guide to some of the features available in DPD.

Firstly, you need to get GoldenDict or MDict installed and setup on your machine (Win / Mac / iOS / Linux / Android) or update once a month if you're already installed.

Next, you should really configure the hotkey if you're on Windows or Mac, or try the scan-popup if you're on Linux. This will allow you to click on any word in any Pāḷi text, and automatically open it in GoldenDict.

There are some powerful advanced features for Goldendict that might be useful to you.

While you're at it, here are some more Pāḷi and Sanskrit dictionaries to install for GoldenDict or MDict. These include the Critial Pāli Dictionary, and the Simsapa Combined Dictionary which contains PTS, DPPN and NCPED and more.

If you spot a mistake in DPD, or notice something missing, here's where to report it. It generally takes less than a minute.

If you have any bright ideas to make this dictionary even better, or would like to get involved with the project, please get in touch.

Digital Pāḷi Dictionary is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

Creative Commons License


DPD contains four different dictionaries

Pāḷi to English Dictionary (Blue)


Pāḷi Roots Dictionary (Orange)


for more info click here

English to Pāḷi Dictionary (Purple)


Abbreviations and Help Dictionary (Green)


Two supplemetary dictionaries

There are two additional dictionary packs which work in concert with DPD. The first is dedicated to sandhi splitting and compound deconstruction, and the second is a grammar dictionary which can explain the case of every inflected word in a text. Click the links to learn more.

DPD recognises 1.5 million unique inflected forms of Pāḷi words

When you select on a word in a Pāḷi text and press the hotkey, DPD automatically recognizes all the headwords to which that inflected form belongs. For example, clicking on takkarassa will automatically open takkara.

inflected forms

100% Dictionary recognition in these books

DPD recognizes all words, both in Chaṭṭha Saṅgāyana Tipiṭaka and Mahāsaṅgīti edition on Sutta Central, including all compounds and sandhis, in the following books:

Vinaya: Pārājikapāḷi , Pācittiyapāḷi
Sutta: All four Nikāyas
Khuddaka Nikāya: Khuddakapāṭha, Dhammapada, Udāna, Itivuttaka, Suttanipāta, Theragāthā
Up Next: Therigāthā

Click on everything

One of the great features about GoldenDict is the ability to click on any word to open up the definition of that word. This creates an infinite web of language discovery.

Compact Presentation

All the important Pāḷi information is presented in one compact line, available at a glance, with more detailed information is available by clicking the buttons.

compact line

Essential information includes the part of speech, case which the word takes, English meaning, literal meaning and simplified construction.

Numbering System

If words with multiple meanings are derived from different sources, their numbering will reflect that.


In the example above, 1.1 and 1.2 both are related to Sanskrit śara , while 2.1 is derived from the root √sar (to make sound), Sansksrit svara.

Word Data's Degree of Completion

As DPD is a work in progress, it is useful to know how complete a word's data is. This is indicated by a gray icon (✓~✗) after the entry.


a gray tick means the word data is mostly complete with contextual meaning, grammar, sutta example and other relevant information.


~ a gray dash means the word data is partially complete with a meaning in context and grammatical construction, but minimal other information.


a gray cross means the word data is still under construction with only an inflection table, frequency table and very basic information.


Click the grammar button to get more detailed grammatical information about the word.


This includes root information, detailed construction, derivative, phonetic changes, compound, antonyms, synonyms, commentarial glosses, non-Indo-Aryan cognates, Sanskrit cognates and Sanskrit root.


If you spot a mistake, please click the link to correct it.


Click the examples button to see relevant sutta examples of the word.


If you can think of a better example, please let me know!

Declension / Conjugation

Click the declension or conjugation button to see all the inflected forms of a word.


This table is automatically generated using a stem + pattern system, e.g. anicc + o. Irregular inflections have their own unique tables.

Inflected forms not found within the Chaṭṭha Saṅgāyana corpus are grayed-out.

Root Family

Click the root family button to see all words which have the same prefix + root.

root family

This information is unique to DPD and is based on a detailed study of the Pāḷi and Sanskrit root system. It's great for getting to know the nuanced range of meanings that a root + prefix combination can display.

Word Family

Click the word family button to see all related words which are not derived from a root, but created from the primary word using prefixes and suffixes.

word family

Compound Family

Click the compound family button to see a collection of all the compounds which contain a particular word.

compound family

If the headword itself is a compound, all compound families of the component words will be listed.

compound family2

Word Frequency

Click the frequency button to see a heat map of where & how often a word can be found in the Chaṭṭha Saṅgāyana corpus.


Click here for more detailed inf1formation on this interesting feature.

English to Pāḷi Dictionary

By clicking on any English word in GoldenDict, you can now access the English to Pāḷi dictionary, which brings up a list of exact matches.

english to pāḷi

Or you can use the search bar to find a word, phrase or idiom. The dropdown list will display all possible options.

english to pāḷi dropdown

Or you can highlight any word, phrase or idiom and use the hotkey.

english to pāḷi dropdown

This feature is designed for beginners struggling with English to Pāḷi exercises, and more advanced students learning to communicate in Pāḷi.

Sinhala, Devanagari and Thai Scripts

Good news for those who read Pāḷi in Sinhala, Devanagari or Thai scripts, DPD recognizes all inflected forms in all three of these scripts.


Transliteration is based on Aksharamukha Script Converter.


One of the most important aspects of DPD is the feedback loop. When you spot a mistake, please click the link to correct it. That opens up a Google form which is pre-filled with the headword.


It generally takes less than a minute to log an error, and helps to improve the quality of the dictionary for everyone who uses it.

All flowers, trees, plants and unusual animals contain a link to a Wikipedia article for more detailed information on the topic. Indian plants are often used in early Buddhist similes, and a picture is worth a thousand words.



If you prefer a sans-serif font, please install Noto Sans, it works well with Pāḷi diacritics. If you prefer a serif font, please install Deja Vu Serif, or Verajja Serif, a specially created font for Pāḷi text.

Enough in theory, here's how to get GoldenDict installed and setup on your machine (Win / Mac / Linux / Android) or update once a month if you're already installed.

Roots Dictionary

There is a detailed Pāḷi Roots Dictionary included in DPD. Clicking on any root will take you to a special page containing all the root information.

roots dict1

Root Info

Root info contains comprehensive information from classical grammars.

roots dict2

Root Matrix

Root matrix lists every word derived from a root, ordered according to part of speech (verbs, participles, nouns, adjectives and adverbs) and according to mode of the verb (causative, passive, intensive, denominative, etc.).

root matrix

The result is a comprehensive table of how the root appears within Pāḷi texts, useful for teachers and students alike.

Root Families

Each root family contains every word with the same prefix and root.

roots dict3

These are very useful for seeing the range of nuanced meanings that a prefix and root combination produces.

Word Frequency

Clicking the frequency button will give you an instant overview of where & how often a word can be found in the Chaṭṭha Saṅgāyana corpus.


These word frequency maps can provide an instantly accessible snapshot of word usage in different strata of texts, and a entry point for further investigation into how Pāḷi words and associated concepts developed over the course of time.


The numbers represent exact matches of a headword and all its inflected forms in a section of the corpus.

For headwords in a specific case (e.g. masc locative singular, optative reflexive 3rd plural) only the exact headword will be matched, not any other related inflections.

The colours are a visual representation of the same data - dark blue represents higher word frequency, while the lighter blues show a lower number of occurrences.


Partial matches, as found in compounds and in sandhi, are not counted.

A dash "-" indicates 0 instances of a word in that section.

False Positives

All matching inflections are counted, resulting in false positives for words with with identical inflections, e.g. assu (nt nom sg of "tear") and assu (opt 3rd pl of "they could be").

Here follows an explanation of some of the quirks of the Chaṭṭha Saṅgāyana corpus subdivision as represented here.

Vinaya Ṭīkā


Some of the Vinaya Ṭīkā (sub-commentaries) contain overlapping material which cannot be easily assigned to a specific book of the Vinaya, so all Vinaya Ṭīkā are listed under Vinaya Pārājika.

This section includes Sāratthadīpanī-ṭīkā, Dvemātikāpāḷi, Vinayasaṅgaha-aṭṭhakathā, Vajirabuddhi-ṭīkā, Vimativinodanī-ṭīkā, Vinayālaṅkāra-ṭīkā, Kaṅkhāvitaraṇīpurāṇa-ṭīkā, Vinayavinicchaya-uttaravinicchaya, Vinayavinicchaya-ṭīkā, Pācityādiyojanāpāḷi and Khuddasikkhā-mūlasikkhā.

Khuddaka Nikāya


The Khuddaka Nikāya contains much material that differs not only in linguistic style, but also conceptually. It has been divied into three relevant sections for easy reference:

1. Early Wisdom Collection:

These books are mostly consistent with the four nikāyas of the Sutta Piṭaka in language and style.

Khuddakapāṭhapāḷi, Dhammapadapāḷi, Udānapāḷi, Itivuttakapāḷi, Suttanipātapāḷi, Theragāthāpāḷi, Therīgāthāpāḷi, Jātakapāḷi-1, Jātakapāḷi-2.

Please note there are aṭṭhakathā but no ṭīkā for all these books

2. Late Story Collection:

These late books have an easily recognisable flowery style of verse and devotional content.

Vimānavatthupāḷi, Petavatthupāḷi, Apadānapāḷi-1, Apadānapāḷi-2, Buddhavaṃsapāḷi, Cariyāpiṭakapāḷi.

Again, there are aṭṭhakathā but no ṭīkā for these books

3. Commentarial & Abhidhammic Texts:

These late books contain the earliest known exegetical material and the beginnings of Abhidhamma-style analysis.

Mahāniddesapāḷi, Cūḷaniddesapāḷi, Paṭisambhidāmaggapāḷi, Nettippakaraṇapāḷi, Milindapañhapāḷi, Peṭakopadesapāḷi.

Thank you to Ven. Ānandajoti from Ancient Buddhist Texts for his suggestions on the subdivision of the Khuddaka Nikāya.


The Aññā section contains a wealth of material from the commentarial era, all the way up to modern times.


Aññā Abhidhamma


All the books which are not diredctly related to the 7 books of the Abhidhamma Piṭaka are included in Aññā Abhidhamma. This section includes summaries and overviews: Abhidhammāvatāro-nāmarūpaparicchedo, the well-known Abhidhammatthasaṅgaho, Abhidhammāvatāra-purāṇaṭīkā, and Abhidhammamātikāpāḷi.

Aññā Visuddhimagga


The Visuddhimagga is included in the Aññā section under aṭṭhakathā, and its commentary under ṭīkā.

Compound Deconstruction and Sandhi Splitting

The DPD Deconstructor is now available as a seperate dictionary.

It currently contains about 700 000 deconstructed words, covering all books in the Chaṭṭha Saṅgāyana corpus, mūla, aṭṭhakathā, ṭīkā and aññā, as well as all Pāḷi texts on Sutta Central. This number will decrease as more compounds get added to the DPD.


How to Install

Download the latest version of DPD Deconstructor for GoldenDict or MDict from this page on GitHub and place it in the same parent folder as DPD.


Some Background

Sandhi compounds are the greatest hurdle to any beginner learning Pāḷi. The rules of sandhi are not absolute rules, only morphing possibilities according to context. These rules are complex and difficult for a beginner to understand.

The situation only gets worse in the commentaries where it is not uncommon to have extremely long compounds, including such monsters as avippavāsasammutisanthatasammutibhattuddesakasenāsanaggāhāpakabhaṇḍāgārikacīvarappaṭiggāhakayāgubhājakaphalabhājakakhajjabhājakaappamattakavissajjakasāṭiyaggāhapakapattaggāhāpakaārāmikapesakasāmaṇerapesakasammutīti, bhattuddesakasenāsanaggāhāpakabhaṇḍāgārikacīvarapaṭiggāhakacīvarabhājanakayāgubhājanakaphalabhājanakakhajjabhājanakaappamattakavissajjakasāṭiyaggāhāpakapattaggāhāpakaārāmikapesakasāmaṇerapesakasammutīnaṃ and āsavavippayuttasāsavasaṃyojanavippayuttasaṃyojaniyaganthavippayuttaganthaniyanīvaraṇavippayuttanīvaraṇiyaparāmāsavippayuttaparāmaṭṭhakilesavippayuttasaṅkilesikapariyāpannasauttaradukāta.

Sandhi is the greatest hurdle facing all forms of computational linguistics related to the Pāḷi canon. At the moment it is blocking any real development in the field.

No-one has cracked this puzzle in any way that comes close to a satisfactory solution.

The only present solution that is in any way useful is the DPR analysis function, which is wrong and misleading as often as it is right. Apparently the method it uses is a system of regex substitutions to remove inflections and reduce compounds to dictionary words.

A New Approach

One of the useful outputs of the Digital Pāḷi Dictionary is a list of inflections for every word in the dictionary. This, together with a set of letter transformation rules has been employed to create a new sandhi-splitting algorithm.

It is still a work in progress and far from perfect - an intelligence will always be required to discern context - but it is better than anything else which currently exists, giving more accurate results and, most importantly, fewer false positives.

For instance, If you open bahalamadhukatelanāgabalapicchillādīnaṃ in DPD, it will show the breakup, which can be clicked on to take you to the relevant words.


Grammar Dictionary

This is a very useful side-by-side companion to DPD which performs one simple task.

It displays all possible parts of speech and grammatical information for any word found in the Pāḷi texts, or in compounds.


If you're like me, you probably don't know your inflection tables for reflexive verbs off by heart. No problem, the Grammar Dictionary knows all its tables off by heart.


(If this helps or hinders Pāḷi students remains to be seen : )

Tipitaka Pali Reader

Tipitaka Pali Reader is an excellent new app for reading Pāḷi texts being developed by Ven. Subhuti and Ven. Paññadhaja in Myanmar. You can find out more information about TPR on this website.

TPR is available for all OS's and devices. Download the latest version for Windows, Mac, LInux, iOS, Android from this page on GitHub

A lightweight version of DPD is available inside Tipitaka Pali Reader. It just includes the grammatical information for every word, none of the other buttons.

To open a word in the dictionary, simply click on it and the dictionary will pop up. TPR uses the same system for recognizing inflections and sandhi as DPD, so only correct possibilities should be displayed.


To see detailed grammatical information, click the small arrow on the dictionary entry and more info will become visible.


The DPD grammar dictionary is also included to show the possible declensions and conjugations of the word.


Get The Latest Version of DPD

Tipitaka Pali Reader allows you to download a variety of extensions. These include dictionaries in other languages, line by line Pāḷi English translations from Sutta Central and chanting books.

To get the very latest release of DPD,

(1) Open the Menu and click Settings. (2) Click Extensions

(3) Select DPD. It's the sixth item in the list. select_dpd

(4) The file will download and then install itself.

(5) PLEASE NOTE! Wait until you see the menu of Extensions again, that means DPD has installed properly.

While you're there, grab anything else that might be useful to you!

DPD Beta Version

I personally use TPR for Pāḷi reading, so sometimes need a more up-to-date version of DPD than the monthly Uposatha day release. To get the very latest / bleeding-edge / untested / no guarantees whatsoever / beta version, scroll down to the bottom of the Extensions list, click on DPD Beta, and install in exactly the same way as above. beta_version

The Buddha's Words Website

A light version of DPD is now integrated into The Buddha's Words website.

This offers a very comfortable Pāḷi reading experience, with

  • English translations on the left
  • Pāḷi texts on the right
  • DPD lookup just by rolling the mouse over any Pāḷi word


The Buddha's Words is also available for download and offline use from here

Simsapa Dhamma Reader

DPD is integrated into the Simsapa Dhamma Reader, a very powerful new desktop application for immersive Pāḷi study.

Simsapa aims to be an all-in-one app which contains

  • CST4 Chaṭṭha Saṅgāyana Tipiṭaka
  • Sutta Central texts and translations
  • a full set of Pāḷi dictionaries
  • dhammatalks.org Translations by Ajahn Ṭhānissaro
  • numerous Dhamma ebooks
  • Gretil Sanskrit texts
  • Sanskrit dictioanaries
  • and more

simsapa sutta study

(right click and open in new tab to see the images full size)

simsapa links

Every time a new there is a new DPD release, Simsapa automatically updates itself with the latest DPD database information.

For more information and how to install, visit the Simsapa website.

The Buddha's Words Website

A customized light version of DPD is now integrated into the Sutta Central website, replacing the old NCPED for English lookup.

To activate DPD lookup

  • Open a sutta, such MN1

  • Click the views button

  • Find the Active Pali word lookup section

  • Turn on English


  • Find the View root text with translation section

  • Turn on side-by-side or line-by-line

view root text

  • Click any Pāḷi word in the text to see the DPD definition.

click word

  • Click the left / right arrows to see the previous / next word in the text

Install GoldenDict on Windows

In Brief

  1. download the latest version of DPD from Github
  2. install the latest version of GoldenDict NG
  3. in settings, direct GoldenDict to the DPD folder.

Here is a video to help you with Windows installation courtesy of the Learn Pali Channel on Youtube.

Below are detailed anupubba text instructions.

Install GoldenDict

Download the latest version of GoldenDict NG from Github

Go to your Downloads folder and double click 6.7.0-GoldenDict-ng-Installer.exe

Choose your language. Click OK

select language

Click Next

setup welcome

Click I Agree

gd license

Choose your install location and click Next.

choose default install location

Click Install

choose start menu folder

Installing …


Click Finish

install finished

Download DPD

Download the latest version of dpd-goldendict.zip from Github.

Make a GoldenDict folder

It is recommended to make an easily accessible GoldenDict folder, for example \Documents\GoldenDict

goldendict folder


Right-click the DPD zip file in your Downloads folder and click Extract All.

extract all

Select the \Documents\GoldenDict folder and click Extract

extract to

There will now be a DPD folder in \Documents\GoldenDict

extracted folder

Setting up GoldenDict

Run GoldenDict from the Start Menu

gd icon

Open Menu > Edit > Dictionaries (Shortcut F3)

edit dictionaries

Click Add

add button

Navigate to \Documents\GoldenDict and click Select Folder

Tick the Recursive check-box (this makes sure all sub-folders get added)


Click OK


Wait while the dictionary gets indexed.


You're all setup!

Next learn how to set up the hotkey so you can click on any Pāḷi word in any text and open it immediately in the dictionary.

Install GoldenDict on Mac

In Brief

  1. download the latest version of dpd-goldendict.zip from Github
  2. install GoldenDict NG for Apple Silicon M1 chip and newer or Intel AMD64
  3. in settings, direct GoldenDict to the DPD folder.

Below are detailed anupubba instructions.

Download GoldenDict

If you are using an Apple Silicon M1 chip or newer, download this version of GoldenDict NG from Github.

If you are using an Intel AMD64 chip, download this version of GoldenDict NG from Github.

Install GoldenDict

Double click the GoldenDict.dmg file in your Downloads folder.

Double click the installer.

goldendict install

You'll probably get a security warning like this.


Click cancel and open Security and Privacy Preferences. Click on the lock at the bottom left corner. Then choose “Open anyway” and GoldenDict will open. Click Open Anyway.

allow gd

Click Open on the next security warning.

next security warning

Ok, you're installed. Now let's add a dictionary.

Download DPD

Download the latest version of dpd-goldendict.zip from Github.


Find the .zip file in your downloads folder and unzip it.

unzip dpd

Make a GoldenDict folder

It is recommended to make an easily accessible GoldenDict folder, for example /Documents/GoldenDict

documents folder

Copy the unzipped DPD folder into /Documents/GoldenDict

documents gd dpd

Adding Dictionaries to GoldenDict

Launch the GoldenDict application.

Go to Menu > Edit > Dictionaries (Shortcut F3).

edit dictionaries

Go to Sources > Files. Click Add.

sources files

Select the folder /Documents/GoldenDict.

select gd folder

Click the recursive tick box √ (this makes sure GoldenDict searches in sub-folders).


Click Rescan now or OK and wait a few moments while the dictionaries are indexing.


You're all setup!

Next learn how to set up the hotkey so you can click on any inflected Pāḷi word in any text and open it immediately in the dictionary.

Install MDict on iOS

In Brief

  1. download the latest version of DPD for MDict (dpd.mdx) here.
  2. install MDict from the App Store
  3. Move the dpd.mdx file to the MDict folder on your iOS device.

Below are detailed anupubba instructions.

Download DPD

First things first, download the latest MDict version of Digital Pāḷi Dictionary from Github

Download MDict

Search for MDict in your device's App Store and click GET to install

search mdict

Install the DPD File

There are 2 ways to install.

Put the dpd.mdx file into your Library, it will install automatically.


Or open the Files application


and move the dpd.mdx file to the MDict folder in On My iPhone


Open MDict

You should be able to use DPD by searching now.


Auto Lookup Settings

In Settings turn on Auto lookup clipboard. Now you can copy any word in a Pāḷi text to automatically open it in MDict.


One Click Settings in DPR

As an added bonus, if you use Digital Pāli Reader, open Settings and turn on Copy words to clipboard on click.


Now simply clicking on any word should open it in MDict.


You're all good to go on your iOS device!

Install GoldenDict on Linux

In Brief

  1. download the latest version of DPD here
  2. install version 1.5 of GoldenDict
  3. in settings, direct GoldenDict to the DPD folder.

Below are detailed anupubba instructions.

Download DPD

First things first, download the latest version of Digital Pāḷi Dictionary from Github.

Make a GoldenDict folder

It is recommended to make an easily accessible GoldenDict folder, for example /Documents/GoldenDict

create new folder

Or in the terminal
mkdir /home/your_user_name/Documents/GoldenDict

(Obviously, substitute your_user_name with your actual user name)


Right-click the DPD zip file in your Downloads folder and open it with Archive Manager.

archive manager

Click Extract and select the folder /Documents/GoldenDict


Or in the terminal:

cd home/your_user_name/Downloads
unzip /home/your_user_name/Downloads/dpd.zip -d /home/your_user_name/Documents/GoldenDict

Install GoldenDict

GoldenDict can be installed directly with apt-get:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install goldendict

Or choose the distribution of your choice from https://pkgs.org/download/goldendict:

Or directly from the Software Manager:

software manager

Make sure to install version 1.5, not version 1.0!

Adding Dictionaries to GoldenDict

Launch the GoldenDict application

Go to Menu > Edit > Dictionaries (Shortcut F3)

dictionaries F3

Go to Sources > Files.
Click Add and select folder /Documents/GoldenDict


Click the recursive tick box √ (this makes sure GoldenDict searches in sub-folders)


Click OK and wait a few moments while the dictionaries are indexing.

You're all setup!

Next learn how to setup the hotkey or scan popup so you can click on any Pāḷi word in any text and open it immediately in the dictionary.

Install DictTango on Android

This will help you to get DPD setup and configured on the DictTango app.

About DictTango

DictTango uses MDict files, but offers a far better user experience than the MDict app itself.

  • Open any word from a PDF or website by long-clinging and using the Android popup menu.
  • Once inside the app, words can be navigated with a single-click.
  • It also offers full text search as well as numerous other advanced features.

Installation In Brief

  1. download the latest MDict version of DPD from Github
  2. download and install DictTango from Google Play Store or APKPure

Detailed Installation Instructions

Below are detailed anupubba instructions. Please follow them carefully to get full DPD functionality.

Download And Install DictTango

Download and install DictTango from the Google Play Store or APKPure

google play store

Download DPD

Download the latest dpd-mdict.zip from Github

github mdict

Copy The DPD Files To The DictTango Folder

Using your file-manager of choice, unzip the dpd-mdict.zip.

Copy the three DPD files to this folder: /Android/data/cn.jimex.dict/files/Dictionaries

⚠️ If you are having security issues and cannot access that folder, try copying the files using a computer.

Open up the app to tweak some more settings.

Add Dictionaries

Click on Manage Dictionaries.

manage dictionaries

Click on the Dictionary List menu button in the top right hand corner.

manage dictionaries

Click on Add Local Dictionaries.

add local dictionaries

Select the Dictionary folder.

dictionary folder

Select the three checkboxes.

selects dictionaries

Click the Add Local Dictionaries button.

add local dict

Now you can search for more than a million inflected forms of Pāḷi words.

Dark Mode

If you prefer dark mode, then

Click the menu-button in the top right hand corner.

menu button

Click on Settings


And choose your preferred dark mode.

dark mode

The app will restart in Dark Mode.

Font Size

To adjust the font size, open any word in the dictionary.

Click on this icon in the bottom right hand corner.

display size

Adjust the slider up and down to change the font size.


How To Open A Word In DictTango

Long-click on a Pāḷi word in any PDF, doc or website.

After a moment, the Android menu will appear.

Click on DictTango

android menu

The headwords related to the inflected word will be displayed.

open in dict

Once inside DictTango, just single-click on any word to open it.

Display All Entries

To see all DPD entries, follow the steps below. Otherwise you will only see the first entry.

Click the menu button in the top right-hand corner.

menu button

Select Dictionary Group.

dictionary group

Select the Default Group.

default group

Select the 3 checkboxes of the DPD dictionaries.


Click MORE in the bottom right-hand corner.


Click on Auto Expand

auto expand

That's it. Now you'll see all entries related to any Pāḷi inflection.

Change the Dictionary Order

While you are there, you can change the order that dictionaries are displayed in.

Click the arrows to move dictionaries up and down.

dictionary order

Enjoy your Pāḷi reading with this great Android app!

DPD for Kindle

A light version of DPD is now available for Amazon Kindle.


(1) Download the latest version of dpd-kindle.mobi from this page on GitHub. image

(2) Copy that file to the following folder on your Kindle: /documents/dictionaries image

(3) Restart the Kindle

(4) Click and hold on any Pāḷi word, then select the dictionary image

(5) Select Digital Pāḷi Dictionary from the list of available dictionaries image

(6) That's it, your all set up! Enjoy the ability to look up inflected forms of any Pāḷi word. image

Update Digital Pāḷi Dictionary

A new version becomes available every full moon uposatha day.

Updating is very easy. In brief:

  1. download the latest version of DPD
  2. copy it to your GoldenDict folder, entirely replacing the old version

Updating on Windows

  1. Download the latest DPD zip file from Github.
  2. Unzip the DPD folder and copy it to your GoldenDict folder. \Documents\GoldenDict
  3. Make sure to replace all the contents of the old DPD folder.
  4. EITHER close GoldenDict completely and re-open it (make sure it's not active in your system tray)
    OR go to Edit > Dictionaries (Shortcut F3) and click rescan now and OK. OR the shortcut Ctrl-F5 may also work to re-scan.

rescan now

Updating on Mac

  1. Download the latest DPD zip file from Github.
  2. Unzip
  3. Copy the DPD folder to your /Documents/GoldenDict folder, entirely replacing the old one.
  4. Quit GoldenDict and restart it OR the shortcut Apple-F5 may also work to re-scan.
  5. You should get a message that DPD is indexing... success!

Enjoy the most up-to-date Pāḷi information!

Setup the Hotkey

Whether you use Sutta Central, Digital Pāli Reader, Tipitaka Pali Projector, Tipitaka.app, PDF documents or any other source of Pāḷi texts, this allows you to click on a word and open it immeditely in the dictionary.

Go to Menu > Edit > Preferences (Shortcut F4) > Hotkeys


Choose your preferred hotkey and click OK. The default Ctrl-C-C works nicely, there's no need to change it.


Double click to highlight any Pāḷi word in any software or pdf and press the hotkey. A small GoldenDict window will open. DPD will automatically find any inflected word in the dictionary.


If you prefer, you can open the word in the main window every time.

  • Go to Menu > Edit > Preferences (Shortcut F4) > Scan Popup
  • Select "Send translated word to main window"

send to main window

If you're a Digital Pāli Reader user, you can enable hotkey with a single click in the preferences

  • Open DPR preferences (shortcut %)
  • Select "Copy words to clipboard on click"

dpr clipboard preference

Of course you can also search for Pāḷi words the old-fashioned way ...

  • Go to Menu > View and click Search Pane (Shortcut Ctrl-S)
  • Start typing in the Search Bar and click the word you are looking for.
  • No need to use diacritics when typing in GoldenDict, it will automatically find what you are looking for.


If you're on Linux, also try out the scan popup - it allows you to open a word in the dictionary with a single click.

Setup the Scan-pop

Scan popup works best on Linux. Mileage may vary on other operating systems.

In GoldenDict, open Edit > Preferences (Shortcut F4)

edit preferences

Go to the Scan Popup tab and enable scan popup functionality. With these settings every word you click on will open in the dictionary

scan popup tab

If that setting is a little extreme for you, try the setting in the pic below.

settings with scan flag

Now, when you click a word in a Pāḷi text, a small dictionary icon will appear. Click it to open the word in the dictionary.

popup icon

The settings I personally use are in the pic below. This opens the scan popup in the main window by pressing Alt-Shift.

settings personal

Please experiment to find the settings that are comfortable for you.

Next, take a look at how to setup some advanced features in GoldenDict.

Setup Advanced Features in GoldenDict

Ctrl-click to open a word in a new tab

Clicking on any word opens it in the same tab. Ctrl-clicking on any word opens it in a new tab, allowing you to browse multiple words at once.


Adding other dictionaries

To add more dictionaries to GoldenDict, simply download any dictionary in a GoldenDict compatible format (Stardict, Babylon, Lingoes, etc.) and add that folder to your GoldenDict folder Documents/GoldenDict.

There are a number of Pāḷi dictionaries available for GoldenDict, try Simsapa for a start. You can install them individually, or combined-dictionary-stardict.zip contains all dictionaries.

Search in page

To find a specific word on the page, use the shortcut Ctrl-F, or go to Menu > Search > Search in Page.

That will open a dialogue box allowing you to quickly find the specific word you are looking for on the page.


Making groups

When you have multiple dictionaries spanning multiple languages installed, it is recommended to make Groups.

Go to Edit > Dictionaries (Shortcut F3) and click the Groups tab. Make a new group and drag and drop dictionaries to the group.


The group will now appear in a dropdown list on the main page.


This helps to limit search results, which is important for full-text searches.

Normal searching only looks for headwords, but full-text search examines the entire contents of every entry.

First select the Group that you would like to search in, otherwise you will be overwhelmed with too many results.


Then open Menu > Search > Full-text search (Shortcut Ctrl+Shift+F).

full-text search

This opens up a dialogue box.

Select the mode you would like to use:

  1. Whole words finds entire words (needs to be 4 or more letters long)
  2. Plain text finds any part of a word (needs to be 4 or more letters long)
  3. Wildcards is like plain text with the use of wildcards like *
  4. Regex allows for very accurate searching using Regular Expressions.


You can also enter multiple words, and they will be found even if they not adjacent to each other.

Other options are:

  • When searching for multiple words, Max distance between words (0-15) limits the distance between the words.
  • Max articles per dictionary (1-10000) limits the number of results per dictionary.
  • Ignore words order does just that. Keep this ticked.
  • Match case ignore capitalization.

other options

Dark mode

You can install a dark mode for GoldenDict by following the instructions here.

While you're at it, install the Dark Reader Chrome extension for a Pāḷi reading experience that is comfortable on old eyes.




  • 78 264 headwords, 32 733 complete, 17 185 partially complete, 28 346 incomplete entries
  • 749 roots, 3 253 root families, 32 310 words derived from roots
  • 731 448 deconstructed compounds
  • 1 592 645 unique inflected forms recognized
  • 1 664 915 cells of Pāḷi word data
  • 19 647 cells of Pāḷi root data
  • 100% dictionary recognition in the early texts
  • CSS and JS reduced to external files, thanks to @bergentroll and @windwerfer
  • numerous additions and corrections based on user feedback

new words include: akāraṇena, aggihutamissa, aggohamasmi, acchinditvā 3, aṭṭhāpada, aṭṭhita 1.4, aḍḍha 1.2, aḍḍhuḍḍhapāṭihāriyasahassa, atireka 3, anucaṅkamati 2, anta 3, anvayatā, apakassitvā, aparimuttatta, aputtakatā, appalābha 2, appāhāratā 2, abhabba 3, abhikkamanīya, abhinimmini, amanāpa 2, ayyā 2, arañji, arahattamaggasamāpanna, avacchādita, avikampamāna 2, aṃsu 2, ākirati 3, ādātuṃ 2, āpatha, ārabhituṃ 2, āropetvā 6, āvaṭa 3, āvuta 2.2, āsaka, isidatta 2, ukkhepa 3, uddissakata 2, uddharitvā 4, uposathaṃ upavasati, uppaṇḍuka, ummujjananimujjana, uruvelapāṭihāriya, uruvelavāsi, uḷupa, ekanahuta, ekapuṇḍarīka 3, ekādasanahuta, ettha mayaṃ anassāma, evamupari 2, katāvī 2, kappanahuta, kappiyasaññā, kalyāṇakamma 2, kāsī, kāḷamegha, kāḷameghaavacchādita, kumārī 2, kurunta, kulasantaka, kesamissa, koṭika 3, korabya 1, khatā, khārikājamissa, gantabba 2, guhādassanāya, gopaka 2, ghaṭṭesi 2, cakkhuṃ bandhante janassa dassanāya, catutthabhāga, carapire, cātuddisā, cittīkata 2, chavi 3, jaṭāmissa, jeṭṭhohamasmi, ñāṇavisaya, takkī 1, tatiyabhāṇavāra, tathāpi 1, tanu 5, tanutara 2, taṃ sārato paccāgacchati, timisā, dakkhiti 2, dasadhammavidū, dasasataparivāra, divākathika, dutiyikā 2, dhārenta 2, nattaka 2.1, nāññesaṃ, nāpagata 2, nāsadi 2, niggaṇhāti 3, nidassita 2, nimittaṃ aggahesi, nimujjāpeti, nihita 4, neti 1.3, neso 2, pakatiyā, pakāraka, paccāgacchati 2, paccūsakathika, pañcamandāmukhisata, pañcahaṅgehi, paṭṭhapetabba, padhāniya 2, paputtaka, pabbāheti, pabhāva 2, pariccajituṃ 2, parijjhāyati, paripūrita 2, paripūrita 3, paripūretuṃ 2, pariyantakata 2, pasupati 2.1, pahaṃsati, pahaṃsayati, pahaṃsita, pahaṃsitvā 1, pahaṃsitvā 2, pahaṃsitvāna, pahaṃseti, pahiṇāti 2, pāka 3, pāpita 2.1, puttanattakā, puttamatā, purāṇa 1, purāṇa 7, purāṇajaṭila, pharati 4, phāsumakāsi, phegguka, bandhati 5, bimbisārappamukha, bimbisārasamāgamakathā, bhassanta 2, bhājanahattha, bhāsitvā 2.1, maggā okkamma, maghadeva 1, mata 1.3, mandāmukhisata, maraṇaṃ nigacchati, mahimāvasanta, migava 3, missa 2, mukhaṃ, yatohaṃ, yasmā 2, yojetvā 4, rajjaṃ paṭipajjati, ratha 1.2, rūḷha 2, ropāpetvā, laṭṭhivana, lātabba, vaḍḍhesi 1, vaṇṇeti 2, vadhita 2, vasana 2.2, vāta 2, vikujjita 2, vicikiccha, vijinitvā, vijinitvāna, vitthiṇṇa, vippasanna 3, visama 6, visāta, vedhabyā, voropetar, sakamma 3, sakula 1.1, sakula 1.2, sakula 2.1, sakkatvā 2, saṅkucita 2, santhāraka 2, sabbathāmena, sama 1.6, samavisama 2, sametar, sampanna 6, sampāpakatta, sampāpuṇituṃ 2, sambhuṇanta, sambhuṇāti, sammādiṭṭhī, saraṇamāgamā, savaṇṇa 2, sassa 2, sahāyikā, saṃvibhatta 2, saṃhaṭa 2, saṃhari 2, sāriputtamoggallānapabbajjākathā, sāvakohamasmi, siṅgīnikkhasuvaṇṇa, siddhi 2, sīlamaya 2, sumantita, sekhāsekha, seṭṭhohamasmi, sela 5, sodheti 4, sodhenta 2, sopāna 3, hatthatthaṃ gacchanti, haritvā 2, hīna 6 [216]


  • 78 048 headwords, 31 684 complete, 17 575 partially complete, 28 789 incomplete entries
  • 749 roots, 3 249 root families, 32 176 words derived from roots
  • 731 160 deconstructed compounds
  • 1 588 235 unique inflected forms recognized
  • 1 646 579 cells of Pāḷi word data
  • 19 662 cells of Pāḷi root data
  • 100% dictionary recognition in the early texts
  • Pass2 started on Majjhima Nikāya
  • Numerous additions and corrections based on user feedback

new words include: aññena, atidāyī, adhicca 1.2, adhibhosi, anagāriya 2, anattha 2, anābhoga 2.1, aniñjita 1, anukkama 3, anupasampanna 2, anotattadaha, apakata 3, appaṭigha 3, appaṭividdha 3, appatara 2, appīyati, appekadāhaṃ, amanāpa 2, ariyaṃ cakkhuṃ, aviññāṇaka 2, avināsana, avippakiṇṇa, asamatta, asammosa 2, asuṇanta 2, assamāraka, ākāravant 3, ādāya 5, ārabhituṃ 2, āhareti 2, icchāvacara 2, ito bhiyyo, ito 5, indaṭṭha, ujuka 2, ujjaliyi, ujjaletuṃ, uttānīkattabba 2, upagacchati 5, upadhiviveka 2, upanikkhipati 2, upama 2, upalabbhiyamāna, upādiyāna, upāyāsa 2, upeti 5, uppādadhamma, etaṃpatha, opāteti 2, osaṭa 3, kathaṃ 4, kathāvāra, kappeti 3, kareyya 1, kārita 4, kāliṅga 3, kāsa 3.1, kuṭila 2, kodhupāyāsa, khari, gahetvā 2, gāhāpetuṃ, gāhetvā 1, guṇa 1.6, cajamāna 2, catubbidhaṃ, caya 3, carato 2, jambuphala, jīva 4, ṭhapīyati, ṭhiti 3, tajjanīya 2, tassassa, tikaṇḍakī, tikanipāta 1, tenahāyasmanto, teme, tesametaṃ pāṭikaṅkhaṃ, thāmagata 2, dhammappaṭisaṃvedī 2, dharamānatā, dhāretar 2, dhāva 2, dhunāti 2, na bhattaṃ paṭibhāti, navuta, nārāca 2, nibbattatī, nissarati 2, netthāra 2, neva kammantā paṭibhanti, pacchima 7, pacchisīsa, paṭibaddha 5, paṭivāta, paṭivīsa, paṇāmeti 2, patiṭṭhāpetvā 4, patiṭṭhāpesi 4, parasenā, paricaritukāma, paricarituṃ, parinibbāyati 3, parinibbuta 4, parimaddati 2, pādaṃ karoti, pāraṃ gacchati, pāricchattakapuppha, pāli 2.1, pīṇetabba 2, purakkhata 7, purima 4, phala 1.4, phāliyati, phāliyi, phoṭṭhabba 2, balaṃ gāhetvā, bahutara 2, bahuvārā, bahuvāre, bhagavati 2, bhāsati 1.3, magabhūta, majjha 5, majjhima 5, majjhimapaṭipadā, maṭṭhavacana, maṇḍala 6, manteti 3, mayi 3, mahatā atthena saṃyutto abhavissa, maṃ pādato karitvā, mātaṅga 4, yāyamhi, rājaguṇa 2, rājavaṃsa 2, lambatthanī, loma 5, vacchadanta 2, vahati 3, vā 4, vāpa, vibhajati 3, vibhaji 2, vibhavesī, vilopa 2, vutta 3.1, sakuṇikā, saṅkamati 2, saṅkhāya 3, saccaṃ bhaṇasi, sacchanda, saṇṭhāpayamāna 2, saṇḍāsa 2, saṇha 5, satisammosa 2, satthu 3, saddhānusārī 2, santiṭṭhati 3, santiṭṭhati 4, sappaṭigha 2, samagga 3, samita 3.1, sameti 2.3, sammukhībhāvaṃ adāsi, sammukhībhūta 2, sāmañña 2.2, sāmī 5, supatiṭṭhita 3, susama, susu 3, sekha 2, sotaṃ chetvā, sotāpanna 2, hatthe karitvā, haya 2, hāyamāna 2 [178]


  • 77 871 headwords, 30 955 complete, 17 822 partially complete, 29 094 incomplete entries
  • 749 roots, 3 247 root families, 32 063 words derived from roots
  • 731 122 deconstructed compounds
  • 1 584 589 unique inflected forms recognized
  • 1 636 473 cells of Pāḷi word data
  • 18 173 cells of Pāḷi root data
  • 100% dictionary recognition in the early texts
  • A light version of DPD integrated into The Buddha's Words website
  • Other Pāḷi and Sanskrit dictionaries in GoldenDict and MDict format download here
  • Idioms button
  • Semantic versioning
  • Lookup table
  • Bold defintions added to db
  • DPD SQLite database available for download
  • Database refactoring table names and columns
  • Improvements to deconstructor: double letters and tissa / tissā
  • Improved tests: hypehantion, allowable characters, neg cimmpounds, bahubbihis, dupes in examples, digu compounds
  • Improvements to GUI
  • Numerous additions and corrections based on user feedback

new words include: aggisaraṇa, aggisāla, aññaposī, aññasaraṇa, atipātī 3, attasaññā, attasaññī, anāhariyamāna, anugamāsi, anuseṭṭhi, appalābha 2, abhikkamitukāma, abhikkamituṃ, abhisambhuṇanta, abhiharati 4, asambhīta, assāsika 1, assāsika 2, ahināga, āgāriya, ādariya, ādhātuṃ 2, āpucchanta, āraññika 2, ārādhesi 2, uccāvacasīla, udicchati, upacāraṭṭhāna, upasampadākathā, upasampadāpekkha, uruvelapāṭihāriyakathā, ekakula 2, ohārāpetvā, gata 6, garahiya 2, gihisahāyaka, catugihisahāyakapabbajjā, cittasaṅkhāra 2, cetayanta, chupanta, jaṭilasata, jātippabhava 2, jānanatā, jānapada 3, jīvitasaṅkhāra 2, takkāvacara, tammayatā, thaddhamānasa, dutiyamārakathā, dubbi, dubbhanta, dummocaya, dhammacaraṇa, dhammika 5, dhuvato, nalāṭikaṃ deti, nānājanapada 2, nānādisa, niṭṭhaṅgatatā, niyyānikatta, nissaraṇadassī, nihīna 4, nīcavuttī, paggaṇhāpetvā, pajjota 3, paññāsagihisahāyakapabbajjā, paññāsamatta, pabbajjāpekkha, pabbajjūpasampadākathā, parikkhāra 4, paribhuñjituṃ 2, pavāda 2, puṇṇaji, pubbānupubbaka, phalikavaṇṇa, bhaddavaggiya, bhaddavaggiyavatthu, bhaddavaggiyasahāyaka, bhayamatīta, bhinna 3, bhuñjitabba 2, maccuvasaṃ vaje, manussanāga, mārakathā, yato tato, vattī 1.1, vikesika, vikkheḷika, vuṭṭhāsi 3, sagaṇa, sabbaratti, sumanamanasa, suvaṇṇapādukā, seṭṭhānuseṭṭhī, hatthappatta [95]


  • 77 776 headwords, 30 864 complete, 17 780 partially complete, 29 132 incomplete entries
  • 749 roots, 3 239 root families, 32 019 words derived from roots
  • 723 335 deconstructed compounds
  • 1 582 606 unique inflected forms recognized
  • 1 172 714 cells of Pāḷi word data
  • 18 173 cells of Pāḷi root data
  • 100% dictionary recognition up to and including Therīgāthā
  • Pass1 complete, added all missing words from earlier texts
  • Links to form for users to add words
  • Deconstructor recognises Ven. Ānandajoti's chanting books
  • Numerous additions and corrections based on user feedback

new words include: akari 2, aggikkhandhūpama, aghaṭamāna, aṅgārakāsusadisa, ajapālakathā, ajānaka 2, ajjhagamā 1, ajjhagamā 3, aññataratherīgāthā, aññatarātissā, aṭṭhinhārusaṅghāta, aḍḍhakāsi, aṇīkadatta, atosayi, atthayutti, atra 2.1, adhigacchati 2, anagārūpanissaya, anantarāvimokkha, anantādīnava, anīkaratta, anukkamaṇika, anukkamaṇikā, anutiṭṭhati 3, anubhohiti, anuyuñjanta, anuvicinanta, anopamā, antodīpa, apakiritvā, apakīritūna, apagacchati 2, aparāuttamā, aparāsāmā, apāpuritvāna 1, apāpuritvāna 2, apucchā 2, apeta 3, abbhudīresi, abhayamātar, abhayā 2, abhinandita 2, abhinimmitvā, abhibhavitabba, abhirūpanandā, abhirūhiya, abhivādayitvā, amittajanana, amma 2, amhaṃ, ayācita 2, ayyāyovāda, ariyaṭṭhaṅgika, ariyaddhana, asakāma 2, asita 2.2, asitanicitamuduka, asucipuṇṇa, asevi, assuṇi, aho 2.2, āgamati, āgamanīya 2, āṇā 2, āṇādhana, ādahana, ādisitvāna, āpucchitūna, ābādhiyamāna, āmukha 1, āmukha 2, āvahatta, āsaṃ, āsīsanaka, āhaniya, ukkaṭṭhamajjhima, ukkaṇṭhi 2, ukkopama, ujjagghanta, uttamaṅgaja, uttamā 1, uttamā 2, uttarā 4, uttarā 5, uttiṭṭha, utrāsita, udahārī, uddisi 2, uddhamukha, upakāsi 1, upakūlita 2, upaṭṭhahanta 1, upaḍḍhasuṅka, upanayati, upanissaya 1, upalepa 2, upalepapatita, upasamā, upasevati 2, ubbandha, ubbirī, ummaggapaṭipanna, ullapana 3, ullikhana 2, ekaghara, ekacitakā, ekadhītar, ekasāṭikā, ekasāṭī, ekāgāra, ekuttara, etave, etuṃ, edisika, erakaccha, okassa 2, okassayati, okkami 2, okkhita, ogāha 2, oḍḍiya, orambhāga, oruddha 2, orundhati 2, oruhati 2, olikhi 2, olokayitvāna, ovaditvāna, kañcanassaphalaka, kaṇṇapāḷi, kaṇhakhandhakasuvaṇṇamaṇḍita, katapāpaka, katipa, kattā 2, kathañci, kanta 2.1, kantasalla, kappa 1.8, kammaseṭṭha, kammāradhītar, karihiti, kalyāṇī 3, kāmayutta, kāyakali, kārikā 2, kālaṃ karitvā, kāsikuttamadhārī, kāsijanapada, kāḷī 4, kimahaṃ 2, kimikulālaya, kilissamāna, kiṃme, kuṭumbiya, kuṇḍalakesā, kulā kulaṃ, kulika 1, kulika 2, kusumanāma, kesa 2, kokilā, kocchasūcivicitaggasobhita, koṭṭeti 2, koṭṭhika 2, kolaṭṭhimattaguḷikā, khaṇḍita 2, khandhaka 3, khandhāyatanadhātu 2, khambheti 2, khambheti 3, khambhesi, khaḷopi, khujja 2, khuppipāsāsamappita, khuppipāsika, khepeti 2, khemā, gaṇhāti 7, gantave, gandhika 1, gamissati 2, giridāsa, guttā, gotamī 2, govāṇijaka, ghaṭitabba, candā, cari 2.2, cāpā, citakā, cittakārasukata, cittadomanassa, cittā, cullāsītisahassa, cūḷāsītisahassa, cetopariccañāṇa, chaḍḍūna, chamāpatita, chedāpayitvāna, janamāraka, janamārakamajjhagata, jarāyabhihata, jātimatta, jātimaraṇappahāna, jātimaraṇasārī, jātimūlaka, jāyitabba, jinadattā, jīvakambavanika, jīvasanāmika, jīvā, jentā, jhānajjhāyanarata, ñātigaṇa, ñātigaṇavagga, ñātisaṅghasata, ḍayhanta, taca 5, tāta 2, tātakula, tāpana 3, tiladaṇḍaka, tisatti, tissā 1, tissā 2, tiṃsativassa, tiṃsamattā, tuṅga 2, tunna 2, tūlapuṇṇa, tūlapuṇṇasadisopama, daṇḍabhayabhīta, dantikā, dasasatakkhattuṃ, dassanapatti, daḷhapāsa, dāṭhī 2, dālima, dālimalaṭṭhi, dāsakammakara, dukkhasamudayoruddha, dukhapphala, dutiyakulika, devakāyābhinandī, dosa 2.5, dvādasanipāta, dvipadaseṭṭha, dhana 4, dhanikapurisapātabahula, dhammadesanākusala, dhammasaṃvega, dhammā, dharī 1.1, dharī 2.1, dhītusoka, dhīrā, dhutakilesa, dhotapatta, nadanta 3, nandā 1, nanduttarā, nayidaṃ 3, nāgabhoga, nāgabhogasadisopama, nāccharāsaṅghātamattaṃ, nādhigā, nānābhāva 2, nānuññāta, nikujjiya, ninnamāgata, nillacchesi, nissitabba, nīhari 2, nodaka, nohetaṃ, nhāpanucchādana, pakāsaka 1, pakiṇṇakesī, pakkuthiyamāna, pakkhālana, pakkhālayitvāna, paṅkadharī, paccāsīsita, pajahitvāna, pañcavaggiyakathā, pañcasatamattā, paññāpayi, paññāsīlaparakkama, paṭācārānusāsanī, paṭigaṇhāti 3, paṭiccharayi, paṭinayi, paṭinissarati, paṭiladdhāna, paṭhamasamodhāna, paṇīdheti, paṇḍu 3, pati 3.5, patta 4.1, pattaka 2.1, pattayobbana, pattalī, pattalīmakulavaṇṇasādisa, padadāti, padālana, padāliya, padāhiti, padīpita 2, pabbajjākathā, pamajjita, paramatthasañhita, parikammakārikā, parikilesa, parikkhīyati, parigata, paritappayi, pariniṭṭhita 2, paribāhira 2, 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saṇhamuddikasuvaṇṇamaṇḍita, sata 4.1, sataputta, sattāhajātaka, satthusāsanakāraka, sadisopama, saddhammasobhana, sanāmika, santajjana 1, santajjana 2, santappayitvā, santikamāgata, sannihita 2, sapattika, sappasiropama, sabbagarahita, sabbasattānamuttama, sabbābharaṇasañchanna, sabhariyā, samanusoceti, samabhihata, samavassari, samaṃ 4, samupagamati, sampaṭivijjhi, sampaṭivijjhituṃ, sampaṭivijjhīyati, sammaṭṭha 2, saloma 1.1, saloma 2.1, salomagandhika, sallabandhana, savana 2.2, savanagandha, sassura, sahita 6, sahita 7, saṃkampati, saṃkampi, sākaṭikakula, sāṭī, sāṇavāka, sāṇavākasādisa, sādukāma, sādhubhāvita, sādhumutta, sādhumuttika, sāmā 3, sāmā 4, sāhaṃ 2, siddha 3, sindhavārañña, sippī 2.2, sītibhāvābhikaṅkhī, sītuṇha, sīhā, sukata 3, sukkapakkhavisosana, sukkā 2, sukkhaḍāka, sukhato 2, sukhasamappita, sukhumālinī, suṅka 2, suṅka 3, suci 6, sucikārī, sujātā 2, suṇitvāna, sutti 2, sudukkhita, suddhavasana, supinopama, suppamajjita, subhasaññānuvattī, subhākammāradhītar, subhājīvakambavanikā, subhāveti, sumaṅgalamātar, sumatta, sumanā 4, sumanā 5, sumedhā, surucira, suropita, suvaṇṇamaṇḍita, suvisama, suveṇī, suveṇīhilaṅkata, susamāgata, susānamajjha, sūtaka, sokabhayabhīta, soṇā, sottiya 2, sopalepapatito, sobhana 1, sobhana 2, sobhasī, soma 2, hatakulika, hanati 4, haricandanalittaṅgī, hiṃseti, hetujāta, hetutaṇhā [663]


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1.3, khujjaka 2, khujjasobhita, khuddakuddālā, khura 3, khetta 4, khepesi 2, gaṅgātīriya, gajjī, gaṇḍamūla 2, ganthaniya, ganthita 2, gandhaka, gayaphaggu, gayākassapa, garu 6, garusammata, gahaṇīya, gahvaratīriya, gaḷita, gāḷhita 2, giri 2, girikandara, girinadī, gihigata 2, gihitta, gīva, gūthalitta, gotama 2, gotama 3, gotama 4, gonaṅgulamigāyuta, gosāla 2, gosālathera, ghātana 2, ghosita 2, cakkhupāla, catugantha, candana 4, cammakañcukasannaddha, care 2.1, cāresi 2, cittaka 3, cittanimitta, cittabhaddaka, cittassuppādakovida, cittahetū, cittikāra, cittīkatvāna, cirasaṅkiliṭṭha, cirasaṃkiliṭṭha, cutupapāta, cūlaka, cūlagavaccha, cūḷaka 2, cūḷavaccha, cetopariyakovida, cetosanti, cetosamathakovida, chaḍḍayi, channaka, chaphassāyatanī, chavika, chavipāpaka, chindati 5, chinnasutta, jaṅghabala, jaṭilabhūta, jaṇṇukasandhi, janenattha, jappa 4, jambuka 2, jambugāmikaputta, jarāmaccunivāraṇa, jarāmaccupavāhana, jaḷasamāna, jātijarābhaya, jātimada, jātimaraṇapāragū, jālasaṅkhāta, 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2, diṭṭhigahanapakkhanda, diṭṭhisandāna, diṭṭhisandānabandhita, dukkhajāta, dukkhanta, dukkhasaṅkhaya, dukkhassāvahana, dukkhūpasamana, duggandhakara, dutiyakuṭivihāritthera, dutiyakuṭivihārī, dutiyadevasabhattheragāthā, dutiyābhisecana, duddinī, dunnīharaṇīya, duppadālaya 2, duppasu, dubbhagalakkhaṇa, duma 2, dumantita, dummantī, duratta, dussa 2, devasaṅghapurakkhata, devasabha 1, devasabha 2, devasahassa, dosasaññā, dvādasamavagga, dvāravivara, dvecaturaṅgagāmī, dhaniya 2, dhamana 2, dhamanta 2, dhami 2, dhamitvā 2, dhammakaṭamatta, dhammaṭṭha 2, dhammatthasahita, dhammatthasaṃhita, dhammapāla, dhammappati, dhammaviññāṇa, dhammasavapitar, dhammasāramaya, dhammika 4, dhara 2.2, dhāra 1.1, dhārākula, dhuvappayāta, dhenu 3, nakkhambhayati, nagagga, nagamuddha, nagavivara, nagavivaragata, naṅgalā, nacchera, nadanta 2, naditvāna, nadīkassapa, nanda 6, nandaka 3, nandaka 4, nappaṭibhāsati 2.1, nappamajjituṃ, nayakovida, naravīra 2, naravīrakata, navamavagga, nahi, nājja, nājjhossa, nātta, 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rammatala, rasānugiddha, rājadatta, rājādhirāja, rājivant, rāmaṇeyyaka 3, rāhulabhadda, rūpadhātu 3, ropetva, rohinī, lakuṇḍa, lakuṇḍabhaddiya, lavitta 1, lābhasakkāramucchita, luñcāpesi, luvati, lekhā 4, lokya, vakkalitthera, vaggati, vagganta, vacanaññū, vacchagotta 2, vacchapāla, vajjita 3, vajjiputta 2,vajjiputta 3, vaṭaṃsa, vaṭṭi 5, vaḍḍha 3, vaḍḍhamāna 2, vaḍḍhitagga, vaṇṇabala, vaṇṇika, vatacariyā, vatthapasuta, vaddhanī, vadhitvāna, vanapuppha, vanavaccha 1, vanavaccha 2, vandanapūjanā, vappa 4, varavimutti, varahayadamakusala, varāhaeṇeyyavigāḷhasevita, varuttama, valliya 1, valliya 2, valliya 3, vavatthapetabba, vasabha 2, vasānayati, vassakoṭi, vassika 3, vassupeta, vākyānusāsanī, vācana 2, vātarogābhinīta, vāneyya, vāraṇa 3, vāraṇa 4, vāraṇābhiruda, vārayi, vārisīta, vārī, vālavedhisamāgata, vāhana 3, vāḷamiganisevita, vighātudaya, vicaraṇaka, vicikicchākaṅkhāganthita, vijaṭi, vijaṭetvā 2, vijaya 2, vijāyi 2, vijitasena, vitata 1, vittaparikkhaya, vittavant, vittilābha, viddesī, vidhuta, vinaddhamāna, vinadhita, vinamyati, vināsana 2, vinicchayī, vinicchī, vipatyanta, vippavāsasamaya, vipphoṭita, vibhava 3, vibhūta 4, vibhūtanandī, vimala 4, vimala 5, vimalakoṇḍañña, vimuttikusumasañchanna, vimokkha3, vimocayi, vivekapaṭisaññuta, vivekamanubrūhayanta, visadosappavāhaka, visadosappavāhana, visaṃhata, visākhapañcālaputta, visiyati, visīyati, visuddhañāṇa, visuddhiñāṇa, visodhayi, visosana 2, vihagapatha, vihārakusala, viheṭhayati, vītakhila, vītasoka 2, vītaṃsa, vīra 3, vīriyadhura, vīriyadhuraniggahita, vīriyaparakkama, vīriyasātaccasampanna, vīsuttarasata, veṭhamissa, veṇu 2, vedayitāsu, vedasampanna, vesikā, veḷuvagāma, vohari 2, sakaputta, sakkajāti, saṅkappaparatejita, saṅkalita, saṅkārapuñja, saṅkiccattheragāthā, saṅkiccathera, saṅkilissamāna, saṅkhārasantati, saṅgatībhāva, saṅgātīta, saṅgharakkhita 2, saṅghalābha, saṅghāṭikhuramuṇḍabhikkhabhojī, saṅghāṭita, sacchikāhiti, sañcintayati, sañjaya 3, saññuta, saññojanabandhanacchida, 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sammatāḷappabodhana, sammappadhāna 2, sammappadhānasampanna, sammita, sammitabhāṇī, sayamāna 2, sayamāna3, saraṇavaraggagāmī, sarabhaṅga 3, sarīraja, sarīrasukhagiddha, savanīya 2, savāhana 2, savāhanī, sasaṅgāma, sahasokitā, sahassakaṇḍa, sahāvasi, saṃkiccathera, saṃkilissamāna, saṃkuṭita, saṃgati 2, saṃgatībhāva, saṃgāma, saṃgāmasīsa, saṃyuga, saṃyojanavalāhaka, saṃvirūḷha, saṃsīdana 2, saṃsevita 2, saṃsevitavuddhasīlī, sāṭimattiya, sādhukārita, sādhutā, sānu 3, sānutthera, sānunāsika, sāmaññakāni, sāmaññakānitthera, sāmidatta, sārakkhanta, sārambhabalasaññuta, sikkhāsājīvasampanna, siṅgālapitar, siṅgālapitika, siddha 2, sippācariya, sippika 2.1, sippikābhiruta, sira, sirimaṇḍa, sirimant 2, sirimanda, sirimitta, sirivaḍḍha 3, sivaka 2, sivaka 3, sivika, sīgālapitar, sītavaniya, sītavātakīḷita, sītavātaparitta, sītavārī, sīlava, sīvaka 2, sīvalitthera, sīha 3, sukara 2, sukkhagūtha 2, sukhenanvāgata, sugajjī, sugatavara, sugandha 3, sugambhīra, sugīva, suggahīta, suggahītanimitta, sucikāma, sucitta 2, sucittakānana,sucindhara, sucipaṇḍaracchada, sutavaddhanī, sutavinicchī, suttanipātaṭṭhakathā, sudīpa, suddhacitta, suddhikāma, suddhimanvesanta, sudhanna, sunāga, sunikkama, sunisinna, sunīta 2, sunīharaṇīya, sundarasamudda, supituṃ, supitvāna, supekhuṇa, suppiya 2, subāhu 2, subāhutthera, subuddhasāsana, subyāpita, subyāpitambu, subhūta, sumaṅgala 3, sumañju, sumañjughosa, sumana 3, sumana 4, sumuttika, summana, suyāmana, suramma, suvaṇṇaya, suvalāhaka, suvisuddhapaṇḍara, suvihita, susaṅgīta, susaddala, susamāhitacitta, susamucchita, susaṃvirūḷha, susārada, susukkasukka, susukhuma, susukhumanipuṇatthadassī, suhemanta, sekhabhūta, setuccha, senaka 2, seyyasamāna, selaguhā, selissariya, soṇa 4, soṇakuṭikaṇṇa, soṇakoḷivisa, soṇapoṭiriya, sotadhātuvisuddhi, sodhana 2, sopāka 2, sopāka 3, sobhita 4, somanassita, somamitta, soḷasubbedha, svadhiṭṭhita, ha 3.1, hatanetta, hatthārohaputta 2, haritāmaya, haritobhāsa, hasi 2, hārita2, hārita 3, hitesī 2, hīnakamma, heṭhayitvā, hemantikakālaratti, hemantikasītakālaratti, heraññakāni, heraññakānitthera [1296]


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new words include: akampaniya, agaha, aṅguttarabhāṇaka, acāvayi, accantasuddhi, ajakaraṇī, ajānamevāhaṃ, ajita 9, ajjhattabahiddha, ajjhattasanti, ajjhapatta, ajjhāvasati 3, ajjhāvasi 2, aññasita, aññāṇapakkha, aññātumicchati, aṭṭhannaṃ 2, aṭṭhasālinī, aṭṭhika 2.1, aṭṭhikatvāna, atakkanīya, atāru, atiandha, aticcasuddhipañña, atisāradiṭṭhi, atihattha, attañjaha, attamānī, atthadasa, adhigaccheyya 2, adhiṭṭhahi 2, adhimānasa, adhimutti 3, anambila, anāruḷha, anāsisāna, anugīyati, anucināti 2, anucini 2, anubodhaka 2, anumāna 2, anussarati 1.2, anoghatiṇṇa, anomapañña, anomavaṇṇa, anomavīra, antakaroti, andha 2.1, andhakāra 2, apagamana, apanodana, apānudi, apucchā, apekkhana 1, appamāṇaka 2, abbhanujānāti 2, abbhamutta, abbhuṭṭhāna 2, abbhudīrayi, abhiṇhasaṃvāsa, abhipatthayanta, abhipatthayāna, abhipassanta 2, abhibhū 3, abhiyuñji 3, abhiyutta 2, abhiyutta 3, abhiropita, abhisaṅkhata 2, amānasatta, ayaji 2, ayomayakuṭa, ayomayakūṭa, ayosaṅkusamāhataṭṭhāna, ariyapavedita, aruṇaka, alāta 2, allīyana 2, avajānati, avibhāvayitvā, avivādabhūmi, avisajjetvā, avisāhaṭa, avekallatta, avedha, avedhadhamma, avokkamanta, avosita, asaṅkilesika, asamadhura, asampassanta, asambhuṇanta 1, asambhuṇanta 2, asammāna, asaraṇībhūta, asitāvhaya, asīti 2.1, asutāmuta, asuddhidhamma, ahāsi 1.2, aḷaka, ākiñcaññasambhava, ākiṇṇa 2, ākiṇṇavaralakkhaṇa, ākirasī, ādānagantha, āpapāyī, ārambhati 2.2, āruppavāsī, ārocana, āropeti 5, ālaya 5, āvahanta, āvudhahattha, āsavakhīṇa, āsina, iccabravi, isidāsī, isinisabha, uṭṭhahana, uṇṇameti 2, uttamavedanā, uddissana, uddhaṃmukhaṃ, upakilesa, upacitapuññasañcaya, upacchinna 2, upacchedana, upachindati, upajīvana, upadisitabba, upaddava 3, upayaññū, uparimagga, upavāhana, upasevamāna, upāgamā, upādānakhaya, upāhanārūḷha, upekkhamārabbha, ummagga 1.2, usseḷana, ūnaka 3, evañcetaṃ 2, okāsakammamatta, okāsamatta, okkākarāja, okkhāyana, oghatamagā, otarati 3, ona, onahiyāna, onīyati 2, opama, orenaḍḍhamāsa, katī, kantitvā, kapila 4, kappañjaha, kappamupeti, kappātīta, kalala 2, kalahavivāda, kalya 2, kalya 3, kalyarūpa, kaḷāyamatta, kākolagaṇa, kāmapaṅka, kāmesvādīnava, kiccākiccappahīna, kimassa 2, kiṃsū, kukkucca 4, kuṭa 2.1, kulati, kusalakiriya, koṭisata, kodhātimāna, kosalamandira, klesamala, khanitvā, khiyyana, khiyyanadhamma, khila 3, khīla 1.2, khuddakabhāṇaka, khuradhārūpama, khemābhipassanta, kheḷassuccāra, gaṇaseṭṭha, gantha 2, gabbhinīyā, gahaṭṭhavatta, gaḷayati, gāmiya 2.1, ginisampajjalita, gihīsamārambha, gīveyya, guhaṭṭhaka, guḷodaka, gottapañha, godhāvarīkūla, gonaddha, grīmekhala, ghana 1.3, ghammatatta, cakkavattana, catuvīsatakkhara, carātha, cittaja, citti, cūḷakavagga, cūḷaviyūhasutta, cokkha, chandagū, chandavīriya, jaṭājina, jaṭājinadhara, jatu 2.1, jatukaṇṇī 2, janiya, jarāmaccu, jarāmaccuparikkhaya, jarāmaccupareta, jātippabhavānupassī, jātimaraṇakovida, jātīmaraṇa, jāyatī, jigīsaka, jīvitasesa, juhanta, jūhanta, jotāpeti, ñāṇapatha, ṭha 2, taca 2, taca 4, tacas 2, tacas 4, taccarita, tattaayoguḷasannibha, tadakubbamāna, tanu 4, tamaddasā, tareti, tasmi, tassapāpiyyasikā, taṃkhaṇikā, tārayati, tārayetuṃ, tārāsabha, tālumāhacca, tiṇhadhāramayasūla, tiṇhadhārā, tidasagaṇa, tissametteyya, todeyyakappā, thāmaka, dakkhiṇā 2, dasamāsa, dahantī, daḷhadhamma 2.1, daḷhadhammadassī, diṭṭhiyāyaka, diṭṭhisārī, dipadānamuttama, disaka, dugga 3, duccaritamala, duṭṭhaka, dutiyapāda, dutiyapādanta, dutīya, dubbalathāmaka, dubbītivatta, duvidhatā, dūtavacana, devasaṅgha, desavara, dosamala, dvittiṃsā, dvipadagga, dhanavīriya, dhammavitakka 2, dhammavinicchayaññū, dhammasandosavāda, dhammādhigata, dhāriyanta, dhitīmā, dhotaka, naccayati, nandiñjaha, nandopananda, nāganāga, nāgasaṅghapurakkhata, nāgāramāvasati, nātari, nātitarati, nātuma, nānupadassati, nānupassati, nāpara 2, nāpekkhati, nāpeti, nābhijavati, nāyika, nāradapabbatā, nāvābhirūhana, nāvābhirūhanasamaya, nāḷā, nāḷāgiri, nigūhaṇa, nicchārayati, nijjhapayati, nijjhapetuṃ, nittejatā, nidosa, nidhimapālayi, ninahāya, nipuṇattha, nippakāsayi, nibbānamanasa, nimantayi, niyāmadassī, niyuñjati 2, nirassatī, nivāsana 2.1, niviṭṭha 2, nivedayi, nuṇṇameti, nunnameti, nupasussayati, pakāsetuṃ, paggayha 5, paṅkadanta, paccuṭṭhāsi 3, paccekagaṇī, paccekacīvaracetāpana, pacchāgamana, pacchima 1, pajappatī, pañcaseṭṭha, paññakappī, paññāpanā, paṭinissajati, paṭipaviṭṭha, paṭilabhati 2, paṭividdha 2, paṭivedayi, paṭisatena, paṭīghasaññā, paṭṭhapanā, paṭhamapāda, paṭhamapādanta, paṭhamuppatti, paṭhamuppattika, paṇāmita 2, paṇḍavapabbata, paṇhika, patari, patikkhanta, patilīnacara, patītarūpa, panāyasmante, panūda, panūdita, papañcanāmarūpa, pabbajitānulomika, pabbajitvāna, pabyākāsi, pamohamāgā, parabhojana, paramaṭṭhaka, paramavisuddhadassī, parikittana 2, parikkhayāna, pariññacārī, paridevayamāna, paridevasokā, parinibbayati, parinibbānagata, paripucchamāna, paripuṇṇamānī, paribbājaniya, pariyodāta 2, parivaṭṭa 2, parisodhayi, parissayavinaya, paliveṭhetvā, pavattiyamāna, pavattesi 3, pavineyya, pavedhatī, pasaṃsalābhā, pasākhā 2, pasūra, pācīnaka, pācīnā, pātabyatā 2, pādukārūḷha, pāyayati, pāraṅgamanīya, pāsāṇaka, pāsādavara, piyappahūta, piyaṃ karoti, pītaraṃsī, pītisukha 2, puññakhetta, puthavimaṇḍala, punañña, punarāgami, pubbamantamanissita, pubbalohitamissa, pubbavāsanavāsita, pubbāsava, puratthato, purābheda, purābhedana, purisanta, puruttama, purekkhata, puḷavāvasatha, pūjana, pūjā 1, pūtika 2, pūraḷāsa 1, pūraḷāsa 2, posāla, phassetuṃ, phoṭeti 1, phoṭeti 2, bahujanahitānukampī, bahupphala, bahubhāṇi, bālakanta, bāvarī, byagghusabha, byasanaṃgata, brahmakosa, brahmakhetta, bhaddayāna, bhamayati, bhavarāgaratta, bhavābhava 2, bhavūpanīta, bhāṇayati, bhāṇi, bhikkhudhamma, bhūtārocana, bhūripaññāṇa, bhedanapariyanta, bhottuṃ 2, makkhaligosāla, maṅgala 2, maṅgaladosavippahīna, majjhimabhāṇaka, manasābhisitta, manopañha, mantadhara 2, mantapāraga, mahattara 2, mahāisi, mahodaka, mānameti, mānasatta 2.1, mārasaṃyoga, migābhibhū, micchāladdha, mukhadugga, muttakarīsapuṇṇa, muttasaddha, mutyapekkha, muddhapāta, muddhādhipātī, munipavara, musā bhaṇanta, mūgasammata, mūladassāvī, mettagū, methunūpasaṃhita, merumuddhavāsī, monamajjhagā, monamarahati, moneyyaseṭṭha, mohantara, mohamagga, mohamala, yatacārī, yathākara, yathānudhammaṃ, yada, yadattagarahī, yadatthikaṃ, yadicchati, yadūnaka, yāga 2, yāyaka, yiṭṭha 2, yonika, rakkhitindriya, rajassāyatana, rajassira, rattamahaṃ, ramayati, rasatta, raṃsī, rāgamala, rāgūpasañhita, rāhuggahaṇa, ritta 3, rittāsana, rogamūla, lakkhaṇamantapāragū, laṭṭhikā 2, lippatī, lihanta, līna 3, līnattha, lokahita, locana 1.2, lobhakodha, lobhaguṇa, lobhapāpa, lola 2, va 5.1, vaḍḍhana 3, vaṇṇāroha, vattana 5, vattayanta, vanasa, vandanā 2, vandiya 2, vamitvāna, varapaññasāvaka, varayāna, varovara, vasamāgamma, vasīkatvā, vasīkaritvā, vākurā, vācābhikaṅkhati, vādasīla, vāribindu, vi 1.2, vikkhepakara, vighātabhūmi, vicikicchaṭhāna, vijānati, viññāṇūpasama, viññātadhamma, viññātasamādhisāra, viññātasāra, vinayitvāna, vinassati 2, vinicchaya 3, vinetar 2, viparakkamma, vippasādeti, vibudha, vibhūta 3, vibhūtarūpasaññī, vimalagga, vimānadassī, vimutta 2, viyākata, virājayanta 2, vivaseti, vivāda 2, vivekadhamma, visaṅkharitvā 2, visajjita, visajjetvā, visosayati, vihanati 2, vihāne, vītamada, vītivatti, veṇigāha, vedisā, vesa 2.1, vessāyana, vodāpeti, vyāpādavitakka, sakaṃsakaṃ, sakeṭubha, sakkāyassuparodhana, sakkhidhamma, sakyapuṅgava, sakhettavatthu, saṅkappayanta, saṅkhāranirodhañāṇakusala, saṅgara 3, saṅgahitattabhāva, saṅghāṭirajūpavāhana, saṅghāṭivāsī, saccavhaya, sachanda, sajjatī, saññakkharasaññanissita, saññaja, saññānidāna, saṇantatā, saṇṭhāna 4, saṇṭhāsi 2, satasahassī 2, saddhamma 2.1, saddhammapūjā, saddhāsatisamādhi, sadhamma 2.1, sanighaṇḍu, santisoraccasamādhisaṇṭhita, santhambhitvāna, sandiṭṭhirāga, sandūseti, sapaṇṇaka, sabbakāyappahāyī, sabbakosamūlabandhana, sabbadhī, sabbapajānamuttama, sabbarogamūlabandhana, sabbavedanā, sabbasaṅgamūlabandhana, sabbasattuttama, sabbasama, sabbasaṃyojanabandhanacchida, sabbasaṃyojanayogavītivatta, sabbasaṃyojanavippamutta, sabbasaṃyojaniya, sabbasaṃsaya, sabbasoka, sabbābhiññābalappatta, sabbāyatana, sabbāhāra, sabbāhāramanissita, sabbupadhi, samaṇappavādanissita, samaṇappavādasita, samantakapalla, samavaṭṭhita, samāgata 2, samāsana, samāsanna, samucchida, samucchidagatta, samujju, samujjupañña, samuppilava, samokkhāyana, sampannacaraṇa, sampannaveyyākaraṇa, samphusamāna, sambodhikāma, sambodhipatta, sambodhiyagga, sammadayati, sammāneti, sammāparibbājanīya, saraṇamāgā, sallitta, sasaṅgha 2, sahassabhāga, saṃkappayanta, saṃyuttabhāṇaka, saṃyojaniya 2, saṃsuddhajina, saṃsuddhapañña, sāṇa 2.1, sādhusamāhita, sāramajjhagā, sāri, sāvajjanavajja, sāvayati, siṅgīvera, sīmanta 2.1, sukkhāpenta, sucipesalasādhuguṇa, suttadhara 1, suttadhara 2, suttavara, suddhānupassī, supaṭicchanna, suppaṇāmita, suppavutta, suvāmī, susaññatatta, susamattarūpa, sussūsamāna, sūpatiṭṭhita, seḷeti, sokaparidevamacchara, sokamala, sokasallasamappita, sotāvadhānūpanisūpapanne, sobhayanta, hantar 2, hantvā 2, hassatī, hassāpekkha, hārika 2, hitamana, hitasukhattha, hemaka [704]


  • 75 113 headwords, 28 322 complete, 17 281 partially complete, 29 510 incomplete entries
  • 746 roots, 3 183 root families, 30 927 words derived from roots
  • 714 323 deconstructed compounds
  • 1 520 321 unique inflected forms recognized
  • 1 101 906 cells of Pāḷi word data
  • 18 095 cells of Pāḷi root data
  • 100% dictionary recognition up to and including the first two books of Vinaya, 4 Nikāyas, and Khuddakanikāya up to and including the first vagga of Suttanipāta
  • Numerous additions and corrections based on user feedback

new words include: akusītavutti, aggipakkika, aggihuttassupasevanā, aghātayi, acāri 2.1, ajjavamaddava, ajjhattacintī, ajjhattasaññī, ajjhāyakakula, ajjhena 2, ajjhenakutta, aññamagami, aṭṭhinahāru, aṭṭhinahārusaṃyutta, aṭṭhinhāru, aḍḍharatanika, atitariya, atimaññeti, atimānitā, attaṭṭhapañña, attadatthamacāri, adūsika, adhimuttikālakiriyā, adhimuttimaraṇa, anaggapāka, anaggipakkika, anatthamanusāsati, ananugata 2, ananubujjhana, ananvayanta, anapekkhamāna, anavajjatta, anavajjapada, anavajjabhojī, anavasita, anavasīdana, anādiyanta 2, anāpajjamāna, anivattamāna, anugantvā, anudīpanī, aneyyatā, anodhissaka, antapūra, anvayanta, aparacchā, apālayi 2.1, appamatta 1.2, appiyavacana, abyāmissa 1, abyāmissa 2, abyāmissatā, abhinikkhamitvā, abhinibbajjiyātha, abhibhava, abhimukhībhūta 2, abhimukhībhūtatta, ayamuṭṭhika 1, ayamuṭṭhika 2, avaṭṭhitasamādāna, avatti, avalittatta, avasita, avasīdana, aviheṭhayanta, avedhamāna, avocāsi, asama 4, asampaduṭṭha, asātaccakāritā, asāma, asāmapāka, asucibhāvamissita, asurarakkhasā, asnamāna, asmamuṭṭhi, asmamuṭṭhika, assaka 2, assamāna, āgatapāka, ājaññasaṃyutta, ānisaṃsa 3, ānisaṃsadassāvitā, āpādita 1, āpādita 2, āyuta, āsevamāna, icchāvatiṇṇa, iṇaghātasūcakā, ucchijja, uṇṇametave, unnamati 4, unnamatī, upakappanta, upanibajjhati, upavissa, upasama 2, upasīva, upasevanā 2, upāvisi 2, upekkhatī, uppannañāṇa, ogahaṇa, odhissaka, oropayitvā, ohārayitvā 1, ohārayitvā 2, kaṇhasiri, kapilasutta, kappanatā, kappāyana, kalanda, kalahābhirata, kaḷīraka, kāmakāma 2, kāraṇattha, kiccatta, kiñcikkhakamyatā, kiñcikkhamādeti, kiṃpakka, kiṃphala 2, kīḷaka 2, kukkuṭavatī, kuladvāra, kusinagara, khandhaja 2, khara 3, khīṇabyappatha, gavampati 1, gavi, gihibyañjana, gopika, gomaṇḍalaparibyūḷha, ghanamaṭṭhaka, ghātayi, caṇḍapajjota, caṇḍālaputta, candabhāga, candabhāgā, cākāra, cāraṇa 2, ciṅgūlaka, cittasibbana, cīnaka, cuṇṇa 3, cuṇṇadāna, cūḷagandhāravijjā, cūḷagandhārā, cūḷagandhārī, cha 1.1, chandarāgaviratta, chetuṃ, jaṅghapesaniya, jaṭājalla, jātamucchijja, jātikatta, jhānamariñcamāna, ñāṇa 1, ṭhānanāma, ḍaṃsasiriṃsapa, tacamaṃsa, taṇhamudacchidā, tada, tadamaññi, tambadāṭhika, tavāhamasmi, tivassa, telapanāḷi, tvā, thaddhatā, thāmabalūpapanna, thutuṃ, thomiyamāna, dajja 2, dantakaṭṭhadāna, dantaluyyaka, dantavakkalika, dabba 2.1, daḷhanikkama, dāṭhabalī, dātave, dāraposī, dārudāna, dālayitvā, diṭṭhīvisūka, dipādaka 2, dibya, duggaccā, duppaṭinissaggitā, durannaya 3, durācāra, durācāratta, dussaṅgaha, dussīlaludda, dūravihāravuttī, devorohaṇa, desanākkama, desantara, desī, dvipaduttama, dhanadhāniya, dhammaṭṭaṭṭhāna, dhammādhiṭṭhāna, dharaṇa 1, dhariyanta, natthikadiṭṭhī, nānākuṇapaparipūra, nānādhañña, nānukaroti, nārīvaragaṇāyuta, nikativañcana, nikkāraṇa 2, nigama 2, nigghātaka, niccuyyuta, nijigīsāna, nippakka 2, nippipāsa, nimmakkha, nisīdanakatā, nisīditvāna, nīcamana, nīlavāhinī, nopanibajjhati, pakkandi, accalattha 3, paccavekkhaṇatā, paccuṭṭhāpanā, paccupaṭṭhāpanā, pañcāvaraṇa, paṭipiṇḍaka, paṭirūpakatta, paṭiladdhamagga, paṭivera, paṭiseniyati, pattadāna, pattapphala, pattuṇṇa 1, patthanaka, pathavindhara, padatta 2.1, padabhājanīya, padālayitvā, padālayitvāna, paduma 6, padumī 2, pabbajjamarocayi, payata 2, parapāṇarodha, parapiṭṭhimaṃsika, paramatthadassī, paramatthapatti, parittāyitvā, parivajjanatā, parihīrati, pavattinī, pasajati, pasaṃsāvahana, pahīnapaṭighatta, pahīnānunayatta, pahūtavitta, paṃsukīḷaka, pāṭirūpika, pāṇitā, pādaparicārikā, pāpasīla, pāmujjakaraṇa, pārichatta, pāribhaṭya, pāribhaṭyatā, piṇḍapaṭipiṇḍaka, pīṭhamaddikatā, puggalādhiṭṭhāna, puṇṇavaḍḍhana, punamupāgami, punupeti, pupphadāna, pūrayanta, pesaniya 1, pesaniya 2, peḷa, porāṇapāṭha, porisa 5, pharusavacana 2, phala 1.3, phaladāna, phalānisaṃsa, phussayati, baddha 6, bandhavāni, bahigata 2, bimbijāla, biḷāla, biḷālapādaka 1, biḷālapādaka 2, buddhasāsana 2, byagghapajja 2, byapanujja, byākkhāta, byāpāratā, bhaddavatī, bhadrāvudha, bhassasamussaya, bhāṇa, bhuñjasī, bhumma 5, bhedāsaṅkī, maggajīvī, maggadesī, maṭṭhaka, matīmant, mattikādāna, maddika, manussadhamma 2, mantapāragū, mantāhutī, mahāgandhāravijjā, maṃsabhojana, māgaṇḍi, milindapañha, missakatā, mukharajātika, muggasūpatā, muggasūpyatā, munidassana, mūlapāṭha, mūlaphala, yakanapeḷa, yakapeḷa, yaññamakappayi, yaññamutūpasevanā, yathāmedaṃ, yathodhika, yadagga, yadasnamāna, yasapparamappatta, yāciya, yāyitvā, rakkhitamānasāna, rajananippakka, rūpasārī, ropayati, laddhānupekkhaṃ, lumbini, lumbineyya, luyyaka, lūkhasa, lomatta, vaṅkahāra, vattamanusikkhanta, vatthī, vadhachedabandhana, vanoti, vasalakaraṇa, vasalādhama, vasu 2, vasuttama, vaṃsakkaḷīra, vācāpariyanta, vācābhilāpa, vārivaha 2, vāretvā 2.1, vāsāyāḷavimāgamā, vāsuladattā, vicchandaniya, vijigucchanta 2, vijjācaraṇapariyeṭṭhi, viññujātika, viditindriya, vidhunana, vipassanābhūmi, vipiṭṭhikatvāna, vimuttatā, viyākāra,viyāpanna, viyuha, virājayati, viruddhātipātī, virūpekasesa, vivajjayitvā, visodha, vissavant, vihesamuyyuta, vihesābhirata, vedattaya, veḷudāna, voharīyati 2, vohārakūṭa, sakuntamaṃsa, sakhāhamasmi, saṅkappatā, saṅkhittarucipuggala, saṅkheyya 2, saṅkheyyakāra, saṅghaṭṭayanta, sajjhāyadhanadhañña, sañchannapatta 1.1, sañchannapatta 2.1, sañchinnapatta, sañjāta 2, sañjātakhandha, saññatatta 2.1, satasahassī, saddhāpakata, santhavāto, sandālayitvāna, sabbadukkhappanūdana, sabbadukkhappahīna, sabbamoha, samarocayi 2, samāniya, samiñjeti, samīpūpacāra, sampaggāha, samphassatta, sambandhatta, sambhoti 2, sammasanacāra, sarabhāṇaṃ, sarikkhaka, salilambucārī, sahāyamajjhe, sahāyasampadā, saṃsaggajāta, saṃsappati 2, saṃsīnapatta, saṃsuddhacāraṇa, sātāgira 2, sāma 3.1, sāmaṃ 3, sāmākaciṅgūlakacīnaka, sālavatī 2, sāhasa 2, siṅgālamātar, sināna 2, sinānadāna, sinehadosa 1.1, sinehadosa 2.1, sukhamedhi, sucibhojana, suttavibhaṅga, suddavessikā, suniṭṭhita 1, suniṭṭhita 2, supaṇihita, suvaṇṇabhūmi, susamāhitindriya, sūciloma 2, sūcetvā, sūpya, snehadosa 1.1, snehadosa 2.1, snehanvayanta, hatthighaṭā, hāpeti 2, hemavata 2 [456]


  • 74 657 headwords, 28 049 complete, 17 022 partially complete, 29 586 incomplete entries
  • 746 roots, 3 175 root families, 30 731 words derived from roots
  • 712 856 deconstructed compounds
  • 1 506 903 unique inflected forms recognized
  • 1 093 085 cells of Pāḷi word data
  • 18 095 cells of Pāḷi root data
  • 100% dictionary recognition up to and including the first two books of Vinaya, 4 Nikāyas, and Khuddakanikāya up to and including Udāna and Itivuttaka
  • Synonyms added for sets of word with identical parts of speech and two matching meanings
  • Variants updated
  • Database merged with DPS
  • Numerous additions and corrections based on user feedback

new words include: akkheyyasampanna, agghāpanika, accatāri, acchijji, ajjhabhi, ajjhabhū, ajjheti 2, añjanī 3, añña 2.1, aññajana, aññātakoṇḍañña, aññoññanissita, aḍayhamāna, atikkamitvā 4, atimatta 2, atthamāgamā, adhigama 2, adhiggahetvā, adhicittavant, adhicetas, anantaritatta, anallakesa, anallavattha, anavaññattisaṃyutta, anavabodha, anavasesa 3, anādara 3, animittatta, anuggamati, anucchavikakamma, anupakkhandanta, anupassitā, anupubbūpasanta, anuvattaka 4, anekarasabyañjana, anta 8, antarāamitta, antarāpaccatthika, antarāmala, antarāvadhaka, antarāsapatta, andhakamakasā, apatāsi, apanayana 3, aparipāka, apassamāna 2, apātubhūta 2, appassutāpuññakara, appodakapāyasa, appodakapāyāsa, abhāvitattatā, abhāsiya, abhivassī, abhisandanta, abhisandenta, abhihacca, ayoghanahata, ayomuṭṭhi, ariyapaññā, alagganta, alittamupalimpati, avaṇṇayi, avantidakkhiṇāpatha, avaseka, avahasitabba, avahasitabbatā, avijjānīvaraṇa 2, avijjāmūlika, avippamutta, avīciniraya, avuṭṭhikasama, asajjanta, asanta 1.6, asaṃvibhajitvā, asippajīvī, asubhasaññī, assasippa, ahaṅkārapasuta, āneñjasamādhi, āpāta, āpodhātu 3, ārūḷha 4, ālokakara, ālokajāta, āvadati, āsaṅkati 2, icchālobhasamussaya, itivutta, itthambhūtalakkhaṇa, uggamati, utena, udīrayanta, unnamati 2, unnamati 3, upakkitakavāda, upadisiyamāna, upadhippaṭinissagga, upadhibandhana, upadhisambandhana, upalepabhaya, upasantasantacitta, upahāra 2, upāti, uppaṇḍana, uppilavati 2.1, uppilavati 2.2, uppilāva, ulati, ussukkāpetvā, ekanīvaraṇa, ekavihāra 2, ekasaṃyojana, obhāsakara, obhāsita 2, oropita 2, osādeti 2, kakkhaḷatā, kathina 2, kathīyati, kapaṇaddhikavanibbakā, kapotakandarā, kābya, kābyasippa, kāmakaṇṭaka, kāmakāmī 2, kāmanissaraṇa, kāmabandhoghatārī, kāmayogayutta, kāmayogavisaṃyutta, kāmasaṅgasatta, kāyindriya 2, kālavipassī, kāveyyasippa, kittitabba, kimi 2, kilamatha 2, kukuṭṭhā, kuṭṭhicīvara, kulagandhana, khīṇamānapunabbhava, khemaka 3, gaṇanāsippa, ganthitatta, gandhana, gabbhokkantika, gocaratā, ghānindriya 2, ghāyituṃ, cakkhundriya 2, catuyogātigata, candapabhā,cālā, cālika, ciraṭṭhiti, cullavagga, cūlavagga, chadana 3, jaccandha 2, jarāmaraṇamanveti, jarāmaraṇasaṅghāṭa, jātavedas, jātikkhayamabhiññāya, jātibhava, jātibhavaparikkhaya, jātimaraṇamaccagā, jātīmaraṇagāmī, jālasañchanna, jivhindriya 2, jotipāla 2, taṇhāchadanachādita, taṇhāsaṃyojana 2, tārī, tejodhātu 2, thanayitvā, tharusippa, thinamiddhabahula, thīnamiddhabahula, thīnamiddhābhibhū, thulla 3, thūnā, dāruṇatā, dīpīyati, dukka, dukkhamaccagā, dujjaya 2, dujjayamajjhabhū, dutiyajananakuhanasutta, dussīla 3, devāsana, dosaneyya, dosasañhita, dosasaṃhita, dvayadhamma, dvāsīti, dhaja 3, dhammamabhiññāya, dhammānudhammapaṭipanna, dhaṃsana, nakuhanā, nappakāsati 2, navoropita, nāññamaññassa, nātivassati, nānātitthiyasamaṇabrāhmaṇaparibbājakā, nānādiṭṭhinissayanissita, nānupakampati, nāmaññi, nāmapada 2, nikkhipanta 2, nikhanitvā, nicca 2, ninnaga, nibbedhagāmī, nimittatta, nirantaratā, nirujjhi 2, nirutti 4, niruddhatta, nirodhi, netticchinna, nedisa, pakatisandhi, pakkodana, paccabyi, pajahāti, paṭaṅga 2, paṭipassambhi 2, paṭibaddha 4, paṭilabhitabba, paṭisaṃsāmetvā, paṭuppādana, paṭhamajananakuhanasutta, pattamānasa, patthayasī, pathavīdhātu 3, padālayi, padūsituṃ, padesavassī, panuṇṇakodha, papañcasaññāsaṅkhāpahāna, pabbajjābhisaṅkhāra, pabhaṅgutā, pamāṇamanuciṇṇa, pamādamanuciṇṇa, paraṅkāra, paraṅkārūpasaṃhita, paramadāna, paravediya 2, paraṃkārūpasaṃhita, parānuddayatāpaṭisaṃyutta, parikhā 2, parikhākūpa, paricaraṇaka, paridhaṃsamāna, paripāta, paripuṇṇasikkha, paripuṇṇasekkha, parissayavinodana, parihata 2.1, palāsapuṭa, paluṭṭhamakkaṭī, pavatta 6, pahaṃsana, pahiyyati, pahīyati 3.1, pāṭaligāmavagga, pāṭaligāmiya, pāṭibhogavagga, pāpaka 1.3, pāmojjakaraṇa, piyarūpasātagadhita, piyarūpasātarūpa, pilinda, puṇṇaka 2, punāyāti, pubbaṅgamatta, purisakicca 2, purekkhāra 3, pesakāravaṇṇa, phassayati, phassayitvā, phusayitvā, phussayitvā, bālūpasevanā, bāvīsā, byanta 2, brūhayati 2, bhaṇīyati, bhatakavāda, bhavapareta, bhavayogayutta, bhavayogavisaṃyutta, bhavavippahāna, bhāvitattatā, bhāsiya, bhikkha, bhikkhatā, bhijjana 2, bhidura, bhindati 4, bhindanta 2, bhisī, bhusaṃ 3, bhūtapariñña, bhūtarata, bhesma, maggamanukkamati, maggamanuggamati, mattaka 2.1, manomuni, mant, mahāudara, mānaganthābhibhū, mānajaha, mānatā, mānamudabbadhi, mānavinibaddha, mānavinibandha, mānasaṅkhaya, mānupeta, micchādassana 1, micchādassana 2, micchādiṭṭhigata, mīyana, muttaharītaka, muddā 3, muddāsippa, mettabhāvanā, mohasambandhana, yathānikkhitta 2, yamhī, yasatā, yasoja, yasojappamukha, yuttatara, rakkhitacitta, rakkhitavanasaṇḍa, rajānukiṇṇa, rathasippa, ramatī, rāgamudacchidā, rājīsi, labbhati 4, lābhimhi, lipi 2, luddha 3, lekhāsippa, lokāyatasippa, lobhaneyya, vajjamapassamāna, vaḍḍhaka 2, vaḍḍhayati, vaḍḍhi 4, vaṇi, vaṇibbakayācakā, vani, vant, vavatthita 3, vavatthitavibhāsā, vasalavāda, vasā 2.1, vassī, vāyodhātu 2, vāseṭṭha 4, vijātā 2, vijjhitvā 3, vitakkayamāna, vitakkāsaya, viniddisati, vinibaddhatta, vinivijjhanta, vipallāsatā, vipphālesi, vimuttiñāṇa, viyojita, virajjana 2.1, virūḷhabrahmacariya, visakumbha, visama 5, visāradappatta, visukkha, vūpasami, vedas, verocana 2,sakavediya, sagaha, saggagata, saṅkhānasippa, saṅkhāyasevī, saṅgamaticca, saṅghāṭikaṇṇa, sañchanna 3, saññoga 1, sattasaṅgappahīna, sattāhavaddalikā, saddasilokanissita, saddhudhātu, sadha, sadhati, sadhana 2.1, sadhāyamāna, sadhāyamānarūpa, sadhu, sadhudhātu, santavutti, santaṃyeva 2, santikā 2.1, sandeha 1, sapati 2, sabbajāni, sabbatthatā, sabbatthatāya, sabbatthā, sabbatthābhivassī, sabbadukkhamupaccagā, sabbapariññā, sabbapahāyī, sabbabhūtānukampaka, sabbalokavisaṃyutta, sabbasattānukampī, sabhāvatta, samagga 3, samassāsenta, samānamanuciṇṇa, samāvajjana, samucchinnatta, samudāciṇṇa 2, samussaya 2, sampatvā, sampavārita, sambodhigāmī, sambhata 3, sammajjanī 2, sammattaka, sammattakajāta, sammādiṭṭhipurekkhāra, sarabhaññapariyosāna, savīci, saṃyujjhi, saṃyojanasaṅga, saṃyojanasaṅgasatta, saṃvaratī, saṃvāsiya, saṃvibhājeti, saṃvejanīya 2, saṃvejanīyaṭṭhāna, saṃsumbhi, saṃhara, saṃharitvāna, saṃhāraka 2, sādhu 6, sāmāvatī 2, sāmāvatīpamukha, sāyituṃ, sārameti, sārenta, sāvasesa 2, sikkhānisaṃsa 2, sikkhāsāra, sītibhavi, sīmantarikā, sukkamūla, sukhuccāraṇa, sugatigamanasaṅkhāta, sugandhatā, suci 5, suttasaṅgaha, suppatiṭṭhitasaṅkhāta, suppabuddha, suppahīnatta, subhikkhavāca, suladdhalābha, suladdhalābhasaṅkhāta, sūpaṭṭhititā, selūpama, soṇatheravagga, sota 1.3, sotindriya 2, hatappabha, hananta 2 [480]


  • 74 177 headwords, 27 313 complete, 17 185 partially complete, 29 679 incomplete entries
  • 744 roots, 3 154 root families, 30 370 words derived from roots
  • 712 628 deconstructed compounds
  • 1 496 960 unique inflected forms recognized
  • 1 065 780 cells of Pāḷi word data
  • 18 047 cells of Pāḷi root data
  • 100% dictionary recognition up to and including the 4 Nikāyas, Khuddakapāṭha and Dhammapada
  • DPD now available as an Amazon Kindle dictionary
  • DPD Deconstructor: deconstructing all compounds and splitting all sandhis in the Chaṭṭha Saṅgāyana corpus, mūla, aṭṭhakathā, ṭīkā and aññā, as well as Sutta Central texts.
  • Numerous additions and corrections based on user feedback

new words include: akkulapakkulika, accharāsata, ajakalāpaka 1, ajakalāpaka 2, ajjhāyī, adesesi, adhipātetvā 1, adhivāsenta, anatthapadasañhita, anantagocara, anantaradhāyamāna, anavaṭṭhitacitta, anavassutacitta, anukaraṇasadda, anupariyāya 2, anubbigga, anekajātisaṃsāra, apetakaddama, apoṭhayanta, appaṭighātī, appevanāmimassa, abalassa, abhiramamāna, avaṅka 2, avaṅkatā 1, avaṅkatā 2, avacana 2, avacanakara, avacanīya 2, avajjha 2, avaṭuma, avaḍḍhana, avaḍḍhanaka, avaḍḍhi 2, avaḍḍhikara, avaḍḍhetvā, avaṇa, avaṇṭa, avaṇṭaka, avaṇṇanīya, avaṇṇanīyasobha, avattabbatā, avattha 1, avattha 2, avada, avadaññū, avadamāna 1, avadamāna 2, avaddhi, avana, avanatha, avantataṇha, avandiya, avambhanā, avaya, avalañjita, avalañjiyamāna, avavatthāna, avavatthita, avasamāna, avasala, avasavattaka, avasavattī 2, avasiya, avasī, avasīkata, avassa, avassaka, avassana 2, avaḷañjana, avaḷañjita, avaḷañjitabba, avāka, avācayi, avātapānaka, avādita, avāyima 2, avārita, avāvaṭa 1, avāhana, avāhayi, avikampana, avikampayanta, avikampita, avikampitatta, avikarī, avikalatā, avikalatta, avikopana, avikopiya, avikopī, avikkhitta 2, avikkhittatā, avikkhittabhojitā, avikkhittamana, avikkhittamānasa, avikkhittasota, avikkhipanta, avigacchamāna, aviggaha 2, aviggahaka 1, aviggahaka 2, aviggahatta, avighatī, avicarissa, avicala, avicalita, avicārabhūmi, avicāretvā, avicāliya, avicintiya, aviccamāna, avicchijja, avicchijjamāna, avicchinna, aviccheda, avicchedatā, avicchedanattha, avijahanta 2, avijahita 2, asadisatā, āgantvāna, ājīvī, ādhipaccaparivāra, āyāmena 3, āraddhavīriya 2, āvaṭṭamāna, icchālobhasamāpanna, itibhavābhavatā, idaṃ 3, idhūpasaṅkamanta, indakhilupama, indakhīlūpama, uggiritvāna, ucchaḍḍitvāna, ucchadditvāna, udānenta, upaṭṭhapetvā 3, usīrattha, ekacāra, ekatālīsā, okaya, kakuṭa, kapaṇavisikhā, kammakiliṭṭha, kammapaccayā, kammavisuddhi, kayokaya, karavīkabhāṇitā, kahāpaṇavassa, kāyikaṃ, kālagata, kāḷīgodhā, kīḷāpana, kuṇḍadhānavana, kuṇḍikā 2, kuṇḍiṭṭhānavana, kuṇḍiyā, kusīta 2, khandhādisa, khīrapāna, khuddaputta, gāthādvaya, gihīpabbajitā, cakkavattisukha, catussata, chandaso, jālamutta, jighacchāparama, jīvitamāhu, jīvitenūpapanna, ñāṇūpapanna, tagaracandana, taṇhakkhayarata, taṇhakkhayasukha, tamanussaramāna, tikicchitabba, tirokuṭṭa, thulla 2, dakkhiṇodaka, daliddavisikhā, dassanasampadā, daharamāṇavikā, dārujapabbaja, divasatta, dukkhamanveti, dukkhamupeti, dukkhānupatitaddhagū, duddina 2, durakkha, dvattiṃsasaṅkhya, dhātuso 2, dhutavata, dhunamāna, nagarūpama, nayatī, nayidaṃ 2, nāccodātatā, nātikāḷatā, nātikisatā, nātithūlatā, nātidīghatā, nātirassatā, nāruḷha, nikāmaseyyā, niḍḍha, nibbānameti, niyāmeti 1, niyāmeti 2, nihuṃhuṅka, nīharitabba 2, nevassa 2, pakkula, paccāyāsi, paccekabodhi, paññāpāsādamāruyha, paṭipassambhana, paṭibandharūpa, paṭhavissita, paṇḍitamānī, papañcasamatikkanta, papīyana, pamuñcanta 2, payuñjanta, paradārūpasevī, paradukkhūpadhāna, paravajjānupassī, paravasa, parijunna, pariplavapasāda,parivaṭṭati, parivaṭṭamāna, pahassati 1, pahassati 2, paṃsukūladhara, pādasaṃyata, pābhata 2, pābhata 3, pāsādavāsa, piṇḍapātapaṭilābha, pipphaliguhā, piyarūpassādagadhita, pukkusāti 2, puññapāpapahīna, puññasampadā, putta 3, puttapasusammatta, purāṇakammavipākaja, pesakāravisikhā, plavatī, pheṇūpama, bāhitapāpadhamma, brahmavāda, brahmassaratā, brāhmaṇajātika, bhāṇitā, macchakacchapabhakkha 1, macchakacchapabhakkha 2, mattāsukhapariccāga, madhuvant, mahatthika, mahaddhanatara, mahabbalatara, mahākosatara, mahābhogatara, mahāvāhanatara, mahāvijitatara, maṃsalohitalepana, māṇavakavaṇṇa, mānussika, micchāsaṅkappagocara, mittasampadamāgamma, mittasampadā, mucalinda 3, mucalindamūla, yatthakāmanipātī, yatraṭṭhita, yadajjhagā, yadatītampahīnantaṃ, yasobhogasamappita, yuñjati 3, yoga 7, yoni 1, yobbanārogya, rajatapaṭiggahaṇa, rajjasukha, rājarathūpama, roganiḍḍha, lapetave, lahumeti, lābhūpanisā, lohitakumbhī, vaddhāpacāyī, vadhitvā 3, vanasmi, vapayāti, vavatthita 2, vācāsaṃyata, vigatabhaya, vijeti, vijjamānatā, vijjāvimuttivasībhāva, vitamiddha, vitiṇṇaparaloka, videsapotthaka, vinimutta 1, vinimutta 2, vippamuñcati, vibbhamituṃ, vibhūsanaṭṭhāna, vimuyhati, vivittasayana, visibbetvā 2, issāsaparama, vihacca, vihesati, vīriyamārabhanta, vūsita, vūsitabrahmacariya, veramaṇisikkhāpada, veramaṇīsikkhāpada, verasaṃsaggasaṃsaṭṭha, sakakamma, sakabhavana, sakavaṇṇa, sagandhaka, saṅkāradhāna, saṅkhāraparama, saṅgāmaji 2, saṅgāmajuttama, sacittapariyodāpana, sata 2.2, sattabbīsā, sadatthapasuta, sadisatā, sadisāsadisa, sadisāsadisatā, santuṭṭhiparama, sandhisiṅghāṭaka, sabbakammajaha, sabbakāmadada, sabbadāna, sabbapāṇā, sabbarati, sabbalokasmi,sabbavositavosāna, samādhimadhigacchati, samādhimānantarikaññamāhu, samādhilābha, sampha 2, sammāsaṅkappagocara, sayana 3, saratā, sahetudhamma, saṃphusanta 2, saṃyatuttama, saṃyojanasaṅgasattaka, sādhuvihāridhīra, sāvakapāramī, sīghassa, sītavātaduddinī, sīlabbatamatta, sukhamanveti, sukhamicchati, sukhamesāna, suchanna, suddhājīvī, sunihita, suppāraka, surūpatā, susaṇṭhānasurūpatā, susaratā, hatthasaṃyata, hurā, huṃhuṅka, huṃhuṅkajātika, hemantagimhi [377]


  • 73 800 headwords, 27 073 complete, 17 126 partially complete, 29 601 incomplete entries
  • 744 roots, 3 143 root families, 30 191 words derived from roots
  • 713 251 deconstructed compounds
  • 1 488 142 unique inflected forms recognized
  • 1 059 431 cells of Pāḷi word data
  • 18 047 cells of Pāḷi root data
  • 100% dictionary recognition up to and including all four Nikāyas
  • Sandhi splitting and compound deconstruction of all words in Mūla, Aṭṭhakathā and Visuddhimagga
  • Updated frequency tables
  • Using official repositories of VRI CST and Sutta Central Pāḷi texts
  • Improved internal data integrity tests
  • Numerous corrections and additions based on user feedback.

new words include: akakkḥalatā, akakkasaṅga, akakkhala, akakkhaḷa, akakkhaḷavācatā, akaci 2, akaṭapabbhāra, akaṭabhūmibhāga, akaṭaviññatti, akaṭṭha, akaṭhinatā, akaṇhanetta, akaṇhāsukka, akatakamma 2, akataññurūpa, akatatta 3, akatapariggaha, akataparitta, akatabahumāna, akatabuddhi, akatarassa, akatavidhāna, akatasaṃketa, akatasaṃvidhāna, akatasaṃsagga, akatābhinivesa, akatupāsana, akatūpasevana, akatokāsa, akattabbapaṭikamma, akattabbavirati, akattar, akatthamāna 2, akathanā, akathita 2, akampa, akampanīya, akampamāna, akampita 2, akamma 2, akammaka 2, akammaja, akammaññatā, akammanīya, akammaneyya, akaraṇa 2, akaraṇīya 4, akarana, akarāni, akale, akalya 2, akalyatā, akalyarūpa, akalyāṇa 2, akalyāṇa 3, akalla 3, akallatā, akavāṭaka, akaṃkha, akāca 2, akātabbatta, akātūna, akāmakaraṇīya, akāmatā, akāmarūpa, akāmasā, akāmita, akāra 2, akāraka 2, akāraka 3, akāraṇa 3, akāraṇa 4, akāraṇā, akārabhāva, akārita 2, akāruññatā, akāruṇika, akālaṁ, akālaphala, akālamaccu, akālamaraṇa, akālarāvikukkuṭa, akālarāvī, akālarūpa, akālarūpe, akālavijjutā, akālavijjulatā, akālasamaya, akālika 3, akālika 4, akālussiya, akāsiya, akicca 2, akiccakara, akitava, akittima, akiriya 2, akiriyarūpa, akiriyasuddhi, akiliṭṭha, akiliṭṭhavasana, akukkuccaka 2, akuṭila 2, akuṭilatā, akuṇḍaka, akutūhala, akuto, akutociupaddava, akuttima, akuppaṭṭhāna, akuppatā, akulīna, akusalaka, akusalakārī, akusalacitta 1, akusalacitta 2, akusalaparikkhā, akusalapariccāga, akusalapucchā, akusalavipākupekhā, akusalasaṁkappa, akusalasaṁkhāta, akusalasaṅgaha, akusalasañcetanika, akusalasañcetanikāhetu, akusalasaññā 2, akusalasīla, akusalahetu, akusaluppatti, akusalūpaparikkhā, akusīta 2, akūṭa 2, akūta 2, akerāṭika, akoṭigata, akotūhalamaṅgalika 2, akodha 2, akkodhanamanugghātī, akkodhupāyāsa, akkhata 2, akkhantī 2, akkhayita, akkhalita, akkhitta 2, akkhematā, akkhobbha, akkhobhiya, akkhobhira, akhaṇḍapañcasīla, akhaṇḍaphulla, akhaṇḍavutti, akhanti 1, akhanti 2, akhara, akhāta, akhīṇa, akhīla, akhīlaka, akhetta 2, akhettañña, akhettabandhu, akhettabhāva, aga 1, aga 2, agaṇita, agaṇhana, agata 2, agatikilesa, agatigata, agadagandha, agadasama, agadāpaṇa, aganthaniya, agandhatā, agabbhaseyyaka, agamana, agamanīya, agamāni, agambhīra, agayha, agayhūpaga, agarahita, agarukaraṇa, agarukariyamāna, agarukulavāsika, agalita, agahana, agaḷita, agaḷitapadabyañjana, agārayha, agāravatā, agiddhitā, agiddhimant, aguṇa 2, agutti, agedha, agedhatā, ageha, agopanā, agopita, aggahita, aggahetuṃ, aggisamphassa, aghaṭanta, aghaṭṭanīya, aghaṭṭita, aghara, aghātetabba, aṅguttarasamāyuta, aṅguttarāgama, acaṅkama, acañcala, acaṇdikka, acandamullokika, acarima, acala 2, acitta, acittakāpatti, acittavasika, acittavikkhittaka, acittikata, acittīkāra, acintaka, acintanīya, acintita, acintiya, aciraṭṭhitika, aciravibbhantatā, aceta, acetanabhāva, acetasika, acela 2, acelakaladdhi, acorāharaṇa, accuti, acchatta, acchandaka, acchanna 2, acchidda 2, acchinnaka, acchinnakesa, acchinnagga, acchinnataṭa, acchinnadasa, acchinnadhāra, acchinnadhārā, accheka 2, ajaggita, ajacca, ajañña 2, ajaṭākāsa, ajaddhumārī, ajanapada 2, ajanayamāna, ajapa, ajala, ajalatā, ajahita, ajātapakkha, ajātabuddhi, ajātimant, ajānaka, ajānana 2, ajiṇṇa, ajita 4, ajita 5, ajita 6, ajita 7, ajita 8, ajimhatā, ajiya, ajivha, ajivhatā, ajivhavant, ajīraka 2, ajīraṇa 1, ajīraṇa 2, ajīraṇadhamma, ajūtakara, ajeguccha 2, ajeyya 1.2, ajeyya 2.1, ajjhattaaniccahetusutta, ajjhāpana 2, ajjhāpita, aññāṇa 1.2, aññāti 2.1, aṭṭhaparivaṭṭa, aṭṭhapitadhura, aṭṭharatana, aṭṭhānāraha, aṭṭhiti, aḍaṁsi, aḍḍhaṭṭha, aḍḍhaṭṭharatana, atakkaka, atakkagāha, atakkika, atappakadassana, atappanīya, atappaneyya, atappaya, atalamphassa, atittikaraṇa, atithaddha, atiracchanagamī, atītattha 1, atīraṇeyya, atīrita, atuṭṭha, atuṭṭhi, aturita, atulita, atuliya, atulya 1, atulya 2, atulla, atejavant, atela, atelatta, atoṭṭhabba, atthapaccatthika, atthasampadā, atthuti, attheta, atthena, athakana,athāvara, athira, athiracitta, adakkhiṇeyyatā, adaṭṭhahi, adaṭṭhā, adaṇḍāraha, adaṇḍiya, adatta, adattā, adanta 2, adantadamaka, adantadamana, adandhatā, adandhanatā, adandhāyanā, adabba, adabbatta, adamita, adasagava, adassanakamyatā, adassanīya, adassī 2, adahyi, adātar, adātukāmatā, adāna 2, adānajjhāsaya, adānapakatika, adānasammata, adānasīla, adānasīlatā, adānādhimutta,adārabharaṇa, adiṭṭha 2, adiṭṭhaka, adiṭṭhajotana, adiṭṭhantarāya, adiṭṭhasacca, aditthā, adinnapubba, adinnabhāva, adinnādāyī 2, adissamānarūpa, adīnasatta, adukkhiyamāna, adubbḥana, adubbhaka, adubbhapāṇi, adussanaka, adussanā, adussitatta, adūra, adūragata, adūraṭṭha, adūsita, adūsitacitta, adejjha 1, adejjha 2, adeyya 1, adeyya 2, adevasatta, adesanāgāmī, adosa 2.1, adosa 2.2, adosaka, adosajjhasaya, adosaniddesa, adosanissandatā, adosapaccaya, adosussada, addūbha, addhuvasīla, adrūbha, advaybhāṇī, advārika 1, advārika 2, advitta, advejjhakathā, advejjhagamī, advejjhatā, advejjhabhāva, advejjhamanasa, advejjhavacana, adveḷhaka, adhañña, adhamma 4, adhamma 5, adhammaka 1, adhammaka 2, adhammakāraka, adhammakiriyā, adhammacārika, adhammaṭṭha, adhammatta, adhammadiṭṭhi 1, adhammadiṭṭhi 2, adhammaniviṭṭha, adhammanissita, adhammabali, adhammabalisādhaka, adhammarūpa, adhammaladdha, adhammavitakka, adhammasaññī 2, adhammahāsa, adhammābhirata, adhammikakapaṇarāja, adhammikatā, adhammikatta, adhammikabhāva, adhammiya, adhammiyamāna, adhammiyāyamāna, adhaṃsiya, adhāraṇatā, adhārita 2, adhi 4, adhikaraṇanirodha, adhikaraṇanirodhagāmī, adhikaraṇasamudaya, adhikaraṇasamuppādavūpasamakusala, adhideva 2, adhidevañāṇadassana, adhimānasacca, adhīra 2, adhurā, adhūpana, adholipi, adhovima, anaggaḷa, anaṅguṭṭha, anata 2, anadī, anadhigata 1, anapalokita, anapumsaka, anamassanabhāva, anariyamagga, anavasesāpatti, anasanamaraṇa, anassanadhamma, anahāta, anāthamāna, anādeyyavācāsaṃvattanika, anānattakathika, anāpajja, anāma, anāmaka, anāmata, anāmikā, anāyaka, anāvāsa, anāvila 3, anāsaka 2, anāḷindaka, anikubbanta, aniketavihāra, anikkaḍḍhana, anikkaḍḍhanīya, anikkhamana, anikkhitta 1, anikkhitta 2, anikkhittacchanda, anikkhittacchandatā, anikkhittadhuratā, anikkhipana, anikhāta, anikhātakūla, anigādha, anigādhakūla, aniguyha, anigūḷha, anigūḷhamanta, aniggamana, aniggaha, aniggahita 2, aniccaaniccakammaṭṭhānika, aniccala, anicchaya, anijjhānakhama, aniṭṭhitachadana, aniddiṭṭhalakkhaṇa, aniddhārita, anidhānagata, anindalocana, aninditaṅga, aninditabba, aninnāmī, anipakavutti, anipuṇa 1, anipuṇa 2, anipphatti, anipphanna 2, anipphāda, anibaddha 2, anibaddha 3, anibaddhacārikā, anibaddhasayana, anibandha, anibandhanīya, anibbacanīya, anibbacanīyatta, anibbattana, anibbattaphala, anibbatti, anibbattita, anibbattī, anibbiṭṭha, anibbiṭṭhā, anibbiddha, anibbiddharacchā, anibbindiya, anibbindiyakārī, anibbisatā, anibbuta, anibbutakilesatā, anibbematika, animisa 2, animisa 3, animisatā, animisanetta, aniyatakālika, aniyatakālikatta, aniyataliṅga, aniyatavacana, aniyatasaṁkhā, aniyama 2, aniyamattha, aniyamaniddesa, aniyamavasena, aniyāmitaniddesa, aniyāmitapariccheda, aniyāmitaparidīpana, aniyāmitavacana, aniyāmitālapana, aniyāmena, aniyyātitattabhāva, aniyyānadīpaka, aniyyānamagga, anirassāda, aniruddha 2, aniruddhapatha, anirodha, anivatta, anivattaka, anivattanīyagamana, anivattamānasa, anivattitagahaṇa, anivattidhamma, anivattimānasa, anivattiyayodha, anivātavutti, anivārita 1, anivārita 2, aniviṭṭha, anivuṭṭhatta, anisamma, anisāmaya, anisedhanatā, anissaggiya, anissaya, anītisampadā, anīvaraṇasutta, anīvaraṇiya, anuṭṭhānamala, anutapati, anunnāma, anunnāmāninnāmī, anupasampannakathā, anupubbaninna, anupubbapabbhāra, anupubbapassaddhi, anupubbapoṇa, aneḷakasappa, anolīna,anolīnamānasa, apakatibhojana, apakka 3, apakkosita, apakkha 2, apakkhika, apagataviññāṇatta, apagabbhatā, apaguṇa, apaggharaṇa, apaccakkosana, apaccakkhakamma, apaccattavacana, apaccattavacanatta, apaccanīka, apaccanīkapaṭipadā, apaccavekkhanā, apaccavekkhanta, apaccavekkhitaparibhoga, apaccavekkhitvā, apaccāgamana, apaccānutāpī, apaccāsa, apaccāsīsanta, apaccuddhaṭa, apaccupalakkhaṇa, apaccorohaṇatā, apaccosakkanā, apaccosakkita, apacchā, apajahitatta, apañcagava, apañcapūlī, apañcavassa, apañña 2, apaññaka, apaññatti, apaññattika 2, apaññāpana, apaññāyana, apaṭi, apaṭiggahita, apaṭiññā, apaṭipakkhabhāva, apaṭu, apaṇḍara, apaṇḍita 2, apaṇṇaka 2, apaṇṇatti, apaṇṇattivācaka, apaṇṇattivācakatta, apatana 2, apatanadhamma, apatamāna, apatikā, apatitakkhandhatā, apatitapadabyañjana, apatta 2, apattika, apattiyāyitvā, apatthayanta, apatthavati, apadakkhiṇaggāhī, apapañcita, apabbajana, apabbajita 1, apabbajita 2, apabbajituṃ, apabbajjā, apabbhāra, apabhaṅgu, apabhassara, apamāṇa, apamussana, apamussanatā, apamussanīya, apayirupāsanā, aparadutiyajhānasuttādi, aparapaccaya 1, aparapaccaya 2, aparappaccaya 2, aparappattiya, aparādhīnatā, aparāyana, aparāyī, aparikathākata, aparikkhata, aparikkhayadhamma, aparikkhīṇatā, aparikkhīṇatta, aparikkhobhatā, aparigamanatā, aparigutti, apariggahita 2, apariggahita 3, aparicakkhitar, aparicaritvāna, aparicāraka, aparicita 1, aparicita 2, aparicitatta, aparicitabhāsā, aparicchinnaka, apariccheda, apariññāmūlaka, apariḍayhamāna, apariṇāyaka, apariṇītā, aparitassaka, aparidayhamāna, aparideva, aparināyaka, aparinipphanna, aparipakka 2, aparipakkañāṇa, aparipakkavedaniya, aparipakkindriya, aparipuṇṇa 2, aparipuṇṇa 3, aparipuṇṇakammanta, aparipuṇṇiya, aparipūraka, aparipphanda, aparipphandana, aparipphuṭa, aparibyatta, aparibyattakicca, aparibrūhayi, aparibhāsaneyya, aparibhāsiya, aparibhuttakāma, aparibhoga 2, aparibhoga 3, aparimaṇḍala, aparimeyya 2, apariyatta 2, apariyattikara, apariyesita, aparirakkhitar, aparivajjana, aparivāra, aparivesana, aparivyatta, aparisamatta, aparihānīya, aparihīna 4, aparūpakkama, aparūpaghatī, aparlbhinna, apalāpa 2, apalāyana, apalibodha 1, apalibodha 2, apavārita 1.2, apavārita 2.1, apavārenta, apasāda, apassitabba 1, apassitabba 2, apahānadhamma, apāka 1, apāka 2, apākatika, apākasāka, apāṭinaya, apāṇakoṭika, apāṇī, apātabba, apātubhava, apātubhonta, apātheyya, apātheyyena, apāpa 2, apāpakamma, apāpakammī, apāpadassana, apāpasattūpanisevī, apāpuṇi, apāpetabba, apāpessa, apāya 3, apāyasampanna, apāraṇeyya, apārivāsika, apālayi, apāsāṇasakkharika, apāsi, apiṇḍapātika, apiṇḍita, apitika, apittaka, apidahana, apilāpa, apilāpeti 2, apivanta, apihana, apihā, apihāluka, apihita, apiḷaddha, apiḷandha, apiḷandhana, apiḷandhapubba, apīṭhasappī, apīḷiyamāna, apucchasi, apucchita 2, apujja, apuññakara, apuññakiriyā, apuññatā, apuññapaṭipadā, apuññābhisaṁkhāra, apuññāyatana, aputta 1, aputta 2, aputtabhāva, apunageyya, apunappunaṁ, apunabbhavabhūta, apunarāvattī, apupphita, apubba 1, apubba 2, apubba 3, apubbapadavaṇṇanā, apubbānuttānapadavaṇṇanā, apuma, apurāṇa, apurāṇavaṇṇī, apurima, apure, apūja, apūjanīya, apūraṇīya, apūresi, apeyya 2, apesala, apesiyamāna, apesuñña, apesuṇa, aporisa, aporisatā, aposana, aposanatā, appakampī, appakāra, appakāsana, appakiṇṇa 2, appaguṇa 1, appaguṇa 2, appacala,appaccakkha, appaccaya 2.1, appaccayatta, appaccayanibbāna, appaccayaparinibbāna, appaccayabhāvanā, appaccayā, appaccosakkita, appajahati, appajahana, appajahitvā, appañña, appaññatti, appaññattika 1, appaññattika 2, appaññātabhāva, appaṭikammāpatti, appaṭikāraka, appaṭikūlagāhitā, appaṭikūlavādī, appaṭikopayanta, appaṭikkamanā, appaṭikkūlasaññī, appaṭikkosanā, appaṭikkosita, appaṭikkositabba, appaṭikkhitta, appaṭigandhika, appaṭiggahita, appaṭijānanta 1, appaṭijānanta 2, appaṭināda, appaṭipakkha, appaṭipakkhabhāva, appaṭipannaka, appaṭipaharaṇa, appaṭipucchā, appaṭibala, appaṭibalapañña, appaṭibāhanīya, appaṭiloma, appaṭivijānanta, appaṭivijjhana, appaṭivijjhanaka, appaṭividdha 2, appaṭivekkhiya, appaṭivedita, appaṭisaṁharaṇā, appaṭisaṅkhāna, appaṭisaṅgharaṇā, appaṭisandhi, appaṭisandhiya, appaṭisandheya, appaṭisandheyya, appaṭisiddha, appaṭiseṭṭha, appaṭissati, appaṭissaya, appaṭissaraṇa, appaṭissava, appaṭissavatā, appaṭhama, appaḍaṃsa, appaḍaṃsamakasavātātapasarīsapasamphassa, appaṇṇatti, appaṇṇattika, appaṇṇattibhāva, appatiṭṭhāna, appatissayavutti, appatīti, appattaparibhavana, appattabba, appattārahatta, appatvā 2, appadakkhiṇagāhitā, appadāna, appadālita, appadussiya, appadhaṁsa, appadhaṁsikatā, appadhāna, appabha, appabhavanta, appabhāsa, appabhīta 2, appamajjana, appamattatā, appamāṇa 2, appamāṇaka, appamāṇaguṇa, appamāṇaguṇatā, appamāṇagocara, appamāṇagocaratā, appamāṇacitta, appamāṇadassa, appamāṇapāka, appamāṇasattārammaṇa, appamāṇasattārammaṇatā, appamāṇārammaṇa 2, appamāṇārammaṇatā, appamussana, appamussanatā, appamussitvā, appamocana, apparuḷha, apparūḷha, appavattana, appavattanta, appavattika, appaviṭṭha, appasayha, appasādaka, appasiddha 1, appasiddha 2, appaharanta, appahātabba, appahānadhamma, appaheyya, appahonaka, appahonta, appāsādika, appiyāyanta, appīta, appīti, apphuṭṭha, aphandana, aphari, aphāsukāma, aphāsukāmatā, aphusa, aphusi, aphussayi, aphegguka, aphena, abajjhanta, abaddhapitta, abaddhamālā, abaddhamukha, abaddhasandhi, abaddhasīma, abaddhasīmā, 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sāvasesāpatti, siṅgīsuvaṇṇa, sīsanahāta, sīsaṃnahāta, sukkamagga, sukhavipanna, sukhasampanna, sucikaraṇa, sucimukhīsutta, sucīmant, sutanā, sudhanā, supina 3, suppaṭipatāḷita, suppavatta, subaddha, subhāvitacitta, suvaṇṇapātisahassa, suvaṇṇapūra, susamannāhata, susimaparibbājakasutta, senāsanapaññāpakasuttādi, sokasabhaya, soṇamātar, sobhagya, soḷasakukkuka, soḷasākārasampanna, hatthicchāpa, hatthisahassa, hiraññapūra, hirigāravasutta, hemajālappaṭicchanna, hemajālasañchanna [1962]


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New words include: akatapātarāsa, akammakāma, akālaññū, akkuddha, akkuddhasanta, aṅgulipabbamatta, ajitamāṇavapucchāniddesa, aññataraññataramethunasaṃyoga, aṭṭhaddhamāsasata, aṭṭhānisaṃsā, aticarituṃ, attavipatti, attasampatti, attūpama, atthakaraṇa 2, atthakāmānukampanta, addhamāsasata, adhigatapema, adhipatiya, ananujānanta, anicca 2, aniccapaṭisaṃvedī, animittavihārī, anujānanā, anujānanta 2, anupassana, anuppadānarata, anurodhavirodhasamāpanna, anuvilokayanta, anuviloketabba, anekaratana, antopūtika, apaneyya, apararatta, apahātumicchati, apahātuṃ, appaṭisaṃveditvā, appatiṭṭhāpita, appiyapasaṃsī, abbhānumodi, abyākatavatthu, abyākaraṇadhamma, ayopīṭha, ayomañca, ayyasama, araka, aratta, avatvā 2, avassanta, ādenta, ādhātukāma, ālepita, ālokayanta, āsavapariyādāna, itthākappa, itthicchanda, itthividhā,itthissara, issāsaṃyojana, ugga 5, uggañchitvāna, uggatasarīra, ujjaletabba, utusata, udakabubbuḷūpama, udakūpama, upanisīdituṃ, upādānagata, upārambhaka, upārambhakacitta, ummadantī, ummujjitvā, ulloketabba, ussāpetukāma, ussāpenta, ussāvabindūpama, evaṃmahesakkha, ottappapariyāyapatha, ottappasampanna, kaccāyana 2, kapimiddha, kabaḷī, kammakāma, kalyāṇakusala, kāyasattha, kuṭumala, kuṭumalaka, kuṭumalakajāta, kuḍumalakajāta, kodhajāta, kodhapareta, kodharūpa, kora 2, korakajāta, khārakajāta, kheḷapiṇḍūpama, gantabba 4, gāvīvajjhūpama, gopadamatta, govajjha, govajjhūpama, catubbīsati, caturāsītiyojanasahassa, cirarattasaṃvuta, cirassamāgata, corīsama, channavuti, jaṇṇukāmatta, jāpayati, jālaka 2, jeṭṭha 3, jevanika, jevaniya, tatrābhirata, tatrābhiramati, tādī 2, tiṇagga, tilamuggamāsāparaṇṇa, tisattaka, tejokhandha, teladhota, dakarakkhī, daṇḍarāji, daṇḍarājūpama, dayhati, dayhamāna, dahitvā, dāsakaputta 2, dāsīsama, diṭṭhinirodha, diṭṭhinirodhagāmī, dukkhuddaya, dutiyaaggisutta, dutiyaanusayasutta, dutiyaappiyasutta, dummaṅkuya, duruttavādī, dussīlarūpa, dūsī 3, desīyati, desīyamāna, dhavajālikā, dhātar 2, dhūmeti, naadhipatiya, nagaraparikkhāra, nadīpabbateyyūpama, nappaṭivirujjhati, nappasādesi, nānārūpa, nānurujjhati, nāsiyamāna, niddhamati 2, nibbāpetabba, niyojaka, nirajjati, niraṃkatvā, nisevita 5, nissutatta, nhātatta, pakkhandī 2, pacalā, paccāvamati 2, paccora, paccorohaṇī, paññāvāsanalepanasampanna, paññāvīriya, paṭiyādāpesi, paṭhamaaggisutta, paṭhamaanusayasutta, paṭhamaappiyasutta, paṇḍupalāsa 3, patibaddha, patibaddhacitta, padasseti, pannapalāsa, payirupa, paraputta, paravipatti, parasampatti, pariguyhati, pariguhati, parinibbi, pariyāyapatha, pariyogāhamāna, parivajjetabba, parisuddhasaṅkhātatara, parihātabba, palagaṇḍantevāsika, pasādabahula, pācitti, pāṇadada, piṇḍadāyaka 2, pitupitāmahā, pithīyati 2, piyagarahī, puggalaparoparaññū, punarāgamāsi, pubbaṅgama 2, pubbaratta, purisakutta, purisagati, purisacchanda, purisavidhā, purisassara, purisākappa, purisālaṅkāra, posālamāṇavapucchāniddesa, bahubalakāya, bahuratana, bāhitatta, bhaginīsama, bhattantarāya, bhattasahassa, bhattuvasānuvattī, bhadda 5, bhikkhuka, bhikkhudassana, bhūtahacca, macchariyasaṃyojana, manasānukampī, manosattha, mahādhaññarāsi, mahānāga 3, mahāyañña 2, mahisavatthu, māgadhamahāmatta, mātāsama, māsasata, migāra, mittakāma, middhavigata, meghiya, yakkhayoni, yajitvāna 1, yajitvāna 2, yavaka, yasāyasas, yānī 2, yojetvāna, yodhī, rakkhī, raṭṭhavaḍḍhana, rattisahassa, rohaṇeyya, lālasa, vaggika, vacīsattha, vaja 4, vajjivagga, vajjhamāna 1, vajjhamāna 2, vaṭajālikā, vaṭṭajālikā, vadhakasama, vadhadaṇḍatajjita, vanta 3, vamati 2, vassagaṇanamattena, vālarajju, vāsanalepanasampanna, vijetvā, vitta 1.3, videsapāṭha, vippaṭisāranirodha, vippaṭisāranirodhagāmī, vippaṭisārasamudaya, vibhāvetuṃ, viheṭhiyati, vījamāna, vītakodha, vītikkamita, vīriyabalakāya, veḷukaṇḍaka, voyoga, sakapaṭibhāna, sakammāragata, sakhāra, sakhī, sakhīsama, saṅkīḷati, saṅkelāyati, saṅkheyyaka, saccika, saccikaṭṭha, satidovārika, sattasaṇḍa, saddhātar, saddhesika, santamassa, santi 3.1, sandhūmeti, sannidhipekha, sapattakanta, sapattakaraṇa, samaṇadūsī, samaṇarūpī, samasamagati, samādhigārava, samādhigāravatā, samārabbhati, samārambhati, sampadhūmeti, sampayuttaka, sampaliveṭheti, sambandhitabba, saṃkelāyati, saṃghakaraṇīya, saṃdhūmāyati, saṃdhūmeti, saṃyogapaccayā, saṃyogavisaṃyoga, sādhukārasadda, sāranda, sāliyavaka, sāvakaparisā, sivī, sīhapapātā, sukhaseyyā, sukhānupassī, sugatigamana, sutāvudha 2, suparikkhata, svākkhātadhamma, hantvāna, hasitalapitakīḷita, hāpetuṃ, hirīparikkha, hirottappavipanna, hirottappasampanna [330]


  • 71 509 headwords, 26 236 complete, 17 015 partially complete, 28 258 incomplete entries
  • 744 roots, 2 914 root families, 29 223 words derived from roots
  • 25 257 deconstructed compounds, 1 461 082 unique inflected forms
  • 1 329 956 cells of Pāḷi data
  • 100% dictionary recognition up to and including Aṅguttara Nikāya Book 6
  • Many corrections and additions based on user feedback.


  • 71 160 headwords, 26 228 complete
  • 744 roots, 2 907 root families
  • 14 341 deconstructed compounds
  • 1 442 545 unique inflected forms
  • 1 323 075 cells of Pāḷi data
  • 100% dictionary recognition up to and including Aṅguttara Nikāya Book 5
  • Fixed bugs in MDict display, thanks to Ven. Kusalacitta
  • Updated numbering system to show words derived from different sources. More info here.
  • Added words from DPS Pāḷi Russian dictionary, thanks to Ven. Devamitta
  • Many corrections and additions based on user feedback.


  • 70 015 headwords, 26 004 complete, 15 648 partially complete, 28 363 incomplete entries
  • 742 roots, 2 871 root families, 28 476 words derived from roots
  • 14 107 deconstructed compounds
  • 1 414 089 unique inflected forms
  • 1 229 213 cells of Pāḷi data
  • 100% dictionary recognition up to and including Aṅguttara Nikāya Book 3
  • New button called Word Families, more informtation here
  • Added Bibliography and Thanks on the website and in the dictionary
  • Updated icons for degree of completition, more info here
  • Minor aesthetic changes to lists
  • Many corrections and additions based on user feedback.


  • 69 322 headwords, 25 997 complete, 14 886 partially complete, 28 439 incomplete entries
  • 743 roots, 2 845 root families, 28 140 words derived from roots
  • 22 031 deconstructed compounds
  • 1 368 689 unique inflected forms
  • 1 213 274 cells of Pāḷi data
  • 100% dictionary recognition in Saṃyutta Nikāya books 4 & 5, Aṅguttara Nikāya Books 1 & 2
  • New categories added to Root Matrix (deno caus & pass)
  • Root Matrix now completed, click here for more info
  • Many corrections and additions based on user feedback.


  • 68 088 headwords, 25 971 complete, 13 529 partially complete, 28 588 incomplete entries
  • 742 roots, 2 833 root families, 27 886 words derived from roots
  • 20 677 deconstructed compounds
  • 1 342 860 unique inflected forms
  • 1 193 219 cells of Pāḷi data
  • 100% dictionary recognition in Pācittiyapāḷi and Saṃyutta Nikāya book 3
  • Improved recognition of Sinhala, Devanagari and Thai scripts.
  • Many corrections and additions based on user feedback.


  • 66 423 headwords, 25 961 complete, 11 808 partially complete, 28 654 incomplete entries
  • 743 roots, 2 820 root families, 27 612 words derived from roots
  • 20 825 deconstructed compounds
  • 1 289 793 unique inflected forms
  • 1 169 282 cells of Pāḷi data
  • 100% dictionary recognition in Vinaya Book 1 Pārājikapāḷi
  • removed extremely long words (> 30) from compound families
  • fixed declensions feedback link
  • Many corrections and additions based on user feedback.


  • 65 077 headwords, 25 919 complete, 10 211 partially complete, 28 947 incomplete entries
  • 741 roots, 2 807 root families, 27 122 words derived from roots
  • 17 303 deconstructed compounds
  • 1 264 558 unique inflected forms
  • 1 144 606 cells of Pāḷi data
  • 100% dictionary recognition of words from Dīgha Nikāya upto Saṃyutta Nikāya Sakkasaṃyuttaṃ.
  • Added all variant readings and variant spellings found in Sutta Central texts from Dīgha Nikāya upto Saṃyutta Nikāya Sakkasaṃyuttaṃ.
  • Added system to show degree of completion of each word's data. more info here.
  • Many corrections and additions based on user feedback.


  • 64 141 headwords, 25 904 complete, 9 207 partially complete, 29 030 incomplete entries
  • 742 roots, 2 786 root families, 26 798 words derived from roots
  • 16 213 deconstructed compounds
  • 1 239 710 unique inflected forms
  • Added Root Matrix. more info here
  • 100% dictionary recognition of words in Dīgha Nikāya Mūla, Majjhima Nikāya Mūla and MN2 Aṭṭhakathā.
  • Changed word frequency generation process to reduce file size
  • Inflection table words not in CST are grayed out.
  • Stylist changes to html of roots families, compound families, sets, inflection tables, frequency tables
  • Many corrections and additions based on user feedback


  • 62 816 headwords, 1 211 561 unique inflected forms, 25 883 complete entries, 736 roots, 2 711 root families, 14 639 deconstructed compounds
  • Added DPD Grammar Dictionary more info here
  • Improvements to Sandhi Splitting Algorithm more info here
  • Updates to DPD MDict for iOS and Android
  • 100% dictionary recognition of words in Dīgha Nikāya Mūla Books 1-3, Majjhima Nikāya Mūla Book 2 and Aṭṭhakathā Book 2
  • Many corrections and additions based on user feedback.


  • 59 066 headwords, 1 130 563 unique inflected forms, 25 880 complete entries, 733 roots, 2 659 root families
  • MDict version for iOS and Android
  • Added compound deconstruction and sandhi splitting dictionary. Tested with MN 51-100 mūla and aṭṭhakathā
  • Corrections and additions based on user feedback.


  • 57 478 headwords, 1 176 522 unique inflected forms, 25 851 complete entries, 733 roots, 2 602 root families
  • Corrections and additions based on user feedback.


  • 56 729 headwords, 1 153 773 unique inflected forms, 25 343 complete entries, 729 roots, 2 568 root families
  • Added an English to Pāḷi dictionary. check features on the website for more info.
  • Added recognition of Thai script.
  • Added Sets to display a list of words grouped by a theme, e.g. bodyparts.
  • Added click-to-display for all abbreviations.
  • Added click-to-display for all help topics.
  • Corrections and additions based on user feedback.


  • 55 782 headwords, 1 129 355 unique inflected forms, 24 779 complete entries, 726 roots.
  • Added a word frequency map for every headword. More information available here.
  • Added missing words from New Concise Pāli English Dicitonary and Devamitta Pāli Study, complete with inflection tables.
  • Added sutta titles for quick lookup.
  • Fixed compound familes for prefixes and suffixes.
  • Many minor corrections and additions based on user feedback


  • 45 702 headwords, 24 085 complete entries, 718 roots.
  • New webpage digitalpalidictionary.github.io.
  • Updated inflection tables for all headwords in an unusual cases.
  • Lots of minor corrections and updates from user feedback.


  • New buttons
  • Roots dictionary
  • Roots families
  • Compound families
  • Feedback Form


Pāḷi Dictionaries

  • Buddhadatta , Ven. A.P., 1958. Concise Pāli-English Dictionary (Second Edition) , Dehiwala: Buddhist Cultural Centre
  • Cone , Margaret, 2001. A Dictionary of Pāli Part I a-kh , Oxford: Pāli Text Society
  • Cone , Margaret, 2010. A Dictionary of Pāli Part II g-n , Oxford: Pāli Text Society
  • Cone , Margaret, 2020. A Dictionary of Pāli Part III p-bh , Oxford: Pāli Text Society
  • Rhys Davids , T. W. & Stede,William (editors), 1921-1925. Pali-English Dictionary , Chipstead: Pāli Text Society
  • Trenckner , V, et al., 1925 -2010. A Critical Pāli Dictionary , Copenhagen: The Royal Danish Academy, accessed through https://cpd.uni-koeln.de/

Sanskrit Dictionaries

  • Apte , V. S., 1890. The Practical Sanskrit-English Dictionary , Poona: Shiralkar & Co, accessed through www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de
  • Edgerton , Franklin, 1953. Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit Grammar And Dictionary Vol. II: Dictionary , Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, accessed through www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de
  • Monier-Williams , Sir Monier, 1899. A Sanskrit-English Dictionary: Etymologically and Philologically Arranged with Special Reference to Cognate Indo-European languages , Oxford: Clarendon Press, accessed through www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de

Classical Pāḷi Grammars

  • Kaccāyanabyākaraṇaṃ
  • Padarūpasiddhi
  • Saddanītippakaraṇaṃ Dhātumālā
  • Saddanītippakaraṇaṃ Padamālā
  • Saddanītippakaraṇaṃ Suttamālā
  • Vuttodayaṃ

Modern Pāḷi Grammars (incomplete)

  • Andersen , Dines & Smith, Helmer, 1921. The Pali Dhatupatha and the Dhatumajusa: Edited with Indexes , Copenhagen: Anderson, Fred, Host & Son, accessed through https://archive.org/details/palidhatupathadh00andeuoft
  • Buddhadatta , Ven. A.P., 2020. The New Pali Course Parts 1 & 2 (Sixth Edition), Dehiwala: Buddhist Cultural Centre
  • Buddhadatta , Ven. A.P., 2020. The New Pali Course Parts 3 , Dehiwala: Buddhist Cultural Centre
  • Duroiselle , Charles, 2007. A Practical Grammar of the Pali Language (Fourth Edition) , accessed through https://palistudies.blogspot.com/p/a-practical-grammar-of-pali-language.html
  • Geiger , Wilhelm, 2005. A Pāli Grammar , Oxford: Pāli Text Society
  • Oberlies , Thomas , 2001. Pali:A Grammar of the Language of the Theravada Tipitaka, With a Concordance to Pischel's Grammatik der Prakrit-Sprachen , Berlin: Walter de Gruyter
  • Perniola , V., 1997. Pali Grammar , Oxford: Pāli Text Society
  • Silananda , Sayadaw U & Nandisena, U (Editor), 2002. Pali Roots in Saddanīti Dhātu-Mālā compared with Pāṇinīya-Dhātupāṭha

English Translations (incomplete)

  • Bodhi , Bhikkhu, 2000. The Connected Discourses of the Buddha: A Translation of the Saṃyutta Nikāya , Boston: Wisdom Publications
  • Bodhi , Bhikkhu, 2012. The Numerical Discourses of the Buddha: A Translation of the Aṅguttara Nikāya , Boston: Wisdom Publications
  • Bodhi , Bhikkhu, 2017. The Sutta Nipata: An Ancient Collection of the Buddha's Discourses Togther with its Commentaries , Boston: Wisdom Publications
  • Ñāṇadīpa , Bhikkhu, 2018. The Silent Sages of Old: Suttas from the Suttanipata , Path Press Publications, accessed through https://pathpress.files.wordpress.com/2018/02/the_silent_sages_of_old_suttanipata_ppp.pdf
  • Nāṇamoli , Bhikkhu, & Bodhi, Bhikkhu, 2005. The Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha: A Translation of the Majjhima Nikāya (Third Edition) , Boston: Wisdom Publications
  • Sujato , Bhikkhu, 2018. Dīghanikāya: Long Discourses , Sutta Central, accessed through https://suttacentral.net/
  • Sujato , Bhikkhu, 2018. Majjhimanikāya: Middle Discourses , Sutta Central, accessed through https://suttacentral.net/
  • Sujato , Bhikkhu, 2018. Saṃyuttanikāya: Linked Discourses , Sutta Central, accessed through https://suttacentral.net/
  • Sujato , Bhikkhu, 2018. Aṅguttaranikāya: Numbered Discourses , Sutta Central, accessed through https://suttacentral.net/
  • Sujato , Bhikkhu, & Walton, Jessica, 2019. Theragāthā: Verses of the Senior Monks (Revised Edition) , Sutta Central, accessed through https://suttacentral.net/
  • Sujato , Bhikkhu, & Walton, Jessica, 2019. Therīgāthā: Verses of the Senior Nuns , Sutta Central, accessed through https://suttacentral.net/
  • Thanissaro , Bhikkhu, 2017. Handful of Leaves: An Anthology from the Sutta Piṭaka (Revised Edition) , Metta Forest Monastery, accessed through https://www.dhammatalks.org/suttas/index.html
  • Walshe , Maurice, 1986. The Long Discourses of the Buddha: A Translation of the Dīgha Nikāya , Boston: Wisdom Publications

Academic Papers (incomplete)

  • Deokar , Mahesh A., 2008. Technical Terms And Technique Of The Pali And The Sanskrit Grammars , Sarnath, Varanasi: Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies
  • Deokar , Mahesh A., 2012. Some Probable Sanskrit Sources of the Pali Grammarians With Special Reference to Aggavamsa , New Delhi: DK Printworld
  • Pandita , Ven., 2015. Pali Adjectives: When Progress Hurts , Unpublished
  • Pind , Ole Holten, 1995. Pāli and the Pāli Garmmarians: The Method of the Pāli Grammarians , Stockholm: Association of Oriental Studies
  • Wijesekera , O.H. De A. , 1993. Syntax of the Cases in the Pali Nikayas , Kelaniya: The Postgraduate Institute of Pali and Buddhist Studies, University of Kelaniya, accessed through https://www.ancient-buddhist-texts.net/Textual-Studies/Syntax-of-the-Cases/index.htm

Open Source Software


DPD Thanks

Thank you, appreciation and anumodana to the following people who have contributed to this project with their time, expertise and with material support. parapaṭibaddhā me jīvikā'ti pabbajitena abhiṇhaṃ paccavekkhitabbaṃ.

  • Ven. Sumedhāloka in Sri Lanka for sparking my interest in Pāḷi studies
  • Ven. Ariyananda in Sri Lanka for a powerful laptop
  • Ven. Devamitta in Malaysia for thousands of small corrections and suggestions for improvement
  • Ven. Gambhīro in Portugal for the technical expertise, and the GoldenDict exporter that started this whole chain of events
  • Ven. Dhammañāṇa in Vietnam for help with the MDict exporter
  • Ven. Kusalacitto in Thailand for help with the MDict exporter
  • Prof. Bryan Levman, in Canada for detailed grammatical analysis of Dīgha Nikāya and Theragāthā
  • Prof. Aleix Ruiz Falqués in Spain for internet classes on the classical Pāḷi grammars
  • Sumukha in India for the Python technical support helpline
  • Inka Kendzia in South Africa for paying the internet bill
  • Max in Massachusetts for paying the internet bill and pertinent questions
  • Son Tu in California for detailed grammatical feedback
  • Everyone around the world who has made suggestions through the feedback form
  • Anyone who I have erroneously forgotten to thank


Thank you to all the monasteries and their supporters which have sustained my livelihood during the course of this work.

  • Na Uyana Dharmayatana in Melsiripura, Sri Lanka
  • Hindagala Meditation Centre in Kandy, Sri Lanka
  • Sri Sumedha Meditation Center in Gomara, Sri Lanka
  • University Viharaya in Peradeniya, Sri Lanka
  • Ulpathkanda Buddhist Monastery in Kandy, Sri Lanka
  • Navimana Forest Meditation Centre in Warakapola, Sri Lanka
  • Sri Pada Aranya Senasanaya in Pelmadulla, Sri Lanka
  • Seela Samahitha Yogasramaya in Belihuloya, Sri Lanka
  • Kahagolla Aranya Senasanaya in Diyatalawa, Sri Lanka
  • Sri Sambodhi Viwekashramaya, Galkanda in Diyathalawa, Sri Lanka
  • Bhaddekavihari Upasthana Kutiya in Tanjan Tenna, Sri Lanka
  • The Mountain Hermitage, Wikiliya Ārāmaya in Wikiliya, Sri Lanka

Feedback Form

Did you spot a mistake in the dictionary? Find something missing? Please report it using the feedback form. It generally takes less than a minute and your corrections and suggestions help to improve the quality of this dictionary for everyone who uses it.

There are feedback forms inside the dictionary which will auto-fill the required fields. Juct click on them directly. There is one in the grammar section.


And another one in the inflection tables if you spot something wrong there.


And also another one when you open the feedback button.


Help with Coding

I am seeking help to code various aspects of the Digital Pāḷi Dictionary project. If you have the expertise and the interest, please get in touch by email.


I am always in need of help from experienced Python programmers, with small and medium sized tasks, as well as code reviews and consultation.


As part of a longer-term vision, I would like to develop DPD into a Flutter App. This app would replicate the current lookup functionality of GoldenDict and further allow the integration of many requested features, which are not possible within the GoldenDict framework. The backend would be a SQLite database, with methods to lookup and present the relevant data. This is a longer, more complex project.


Please get in touch by email if

  • you have any bright ideas to improve this dictionary.
  • you are a coder and would like to get involved in the development of this project.
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