Definition of Sutta
1. sutra [n -S] - See also: sutra
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sutta
Literary usage of Sutta
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Buddhist and Christian Gospels by Albert Joseph Edmunds (1908)
"But neither of these was so well known as the sutta- ... Here I agree with Neumann, who prefers this identification. The sutta- ..."
2. Buddhist and Christian Gospels: Now First Compared from the Originals by Albert Joseph Edmunds (1908)
"But neither of these was so well knpv^n as the sutta- ... Here I agree with Neumann, who prefers this identification. The sutta- ..."
3. Catalogue of Sanskrit and Pali Books in the British Museum by Ernst Anton Max Haas, Cecil Bendall, Lionel David Barnett, British Museum Department of Oriental Printed Books and Manuscripts (1893)
"... (9 sutta, followed by several short works in Pali and in Pali and Burmese. ... text of the sutta followed by a detailed verbal explanation in Burmese. ..."
4. Catalogue of the Sinhalese Printed Books in the Library of the British Museum by Martino de Zilva Wickremasinghe (1901)
"7), followed by six sutta* from the sutta- ... the first sutta alone being preceded by its Sinhalese introduction (Nidana- ... being the 31st sutta (ie III. ..."
5. The Imitation of Buddha: Quotations from Buddhist Literature for Each Day in by Ernest M. Bowden (1893)
"LET him not cause others to drink, nor even approve of those that drink. Dhammika-sutta (v. 23). A GAMBLER is not fit to support a wife. ..."