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WORD MEANING
   
Sabala: Disfigured; offence
   
Sabda: Verbal testimony
   
Sabda (Kaladigata): Word
   
Sabda (Naya): The verbal
   
Sabdabhasa: The false verbal view-point
   
Sabdadyullekha: Mention of word etc.
   
Sabdallekha: Mention of word
   
Sabdanayabhasa: False point of view of word
   
Sachitta-tyaga: Abstinence from the flesh of conscious creatures.
   
Sacittatyaga-pratima: The fifth stage, in which a layman ceases to take certain vegetable life as food
   
Sad gunochchhadana: concealing the good qualities of others
   
Sada-mukta: Forever free of bondage
   
Saddharma-vrddhi: Increase in righteousness
   
Sadhana: Probans
   
Sadharana: Common body; Possessed and enjoyable by many souls as a potato.
   
Sadharana-vanaspati: Souls which exist together with many others in a common plant body
   
Sadharma avishamvada: Not disputing with one's co-religonists, as to "mine" and "thine".
   
Sadhu: Mendicant
   
Sadhu-Samadhi: Protecting and reassuring to saints or removing their troubles.
   
Sadhya: Probandum
   
Sadhya-dharma-visista: The object which is qualified by the quality to be proved
   
Sadhya-dharmadhara: The substratum of the quality to be proved
   
Sadhya-sadhana-bhava: Probaundum and probane relationship
   
Sadhyiji: A nun of the Svetambara or Sthanakavasi sect
   
Sadi: Having a beginning
   
Sadrsa: Similar
   
Sadrsya: Similarity
   
Sadrsya-jnana: Knowledge fo similarity
   
Sahabhavin: Simultaneous
   
Sahacara: Futile invention
  Simultaneous
   
   
Sahacaranupalabdhi: Non-availability of one which is simultaneous
   
Sahasa: putting down a thing hurriedly
   
Sakala-pratyaksa: Perfect perception
   
Sakaladatti: Transference of property prior to renunciation
   
Sakaladesa: Full statement
   
Sakara: Having a form
   
Sallekhana: Ritual death by fasting
   
Sallekhanavrata: The decision to perform sallekhana
   
Samabhirudha (Naya): Subtle
   
Samabhirudhabhasa: False subtle view
   
Samachaturasra: Symmetrical; perfect symmetry all round.
   
Samadana-kriya: tendency to neglect vows, after having taken them.
   
Samadhi-marana: Death while in meditation
   
Samanadhikaranya: Co-existence
   
Samanaska: Endowed with the mental capacity Possessed of mind
   
Samantanupatana-kriya: Answering call of nature in a place frequented by men, women or animals.
   
Samanya: Generality
   
Samanya-guna: Common Attributes
   
Samanyalaksana pratyasatti: Relatonship of generalisation
   
Samarambha: Preparation for a thing: i.e. collecting materials for it. Compare in
  Criminal Law the conduct of the criminal before committing the offence.
   
Samarthana: Corroboration
   
Samarthana-nyaya: Acceptance of the propriety of the cause
   
Samarthyapratibandha: Non-hindrance in capability
   
Samavasarana: Holy assembly of the Jina
   
Samavayi-dravya-sabda: Word indicating a collection
   
Samaya: Moment
   
Samayika: Attaining equanimity; fusion with the true self
  Taking a vow to devote so much time eveyday, once, twice or three times, at sunrise, sunset, and noon for contemplation of the self for spiritual advancement. Worship--self-contemplation and purifying one's ideas and emotions.
   
Samayika-caritra: Avoiding all evil actions, identical to the assumption of the five mahavratas
   
Samayika-pratima: The third stage of practicing samayika
   
Samayika-samyama: A synonym for samayika-caritra
   
Samayikavrata: Cultivation of equanimity; the second of the siksavratas
   
Sambandha: Relationship
   
Sambandha (Kaladigata): Relationship
   
Sambandhin: Which are related
   
Samgha: Order of monks, nuns, laymen, and laywomen
   
Samgha-pati: Leader of lay community
   
Samghata: Aggregation
   
Samgraha (Naya): Generic
   
Samgrahabhasa: False generic point of view
   
Samgrahika (Naigama): Generic
   
Samhanana: Bones, muscle, etc.
   
Samhata-pararthatva: Collection, meant for others
   
Samiti: (Self-) regulation
  Carefulness
   
Samjni: Able to think abstractly about spiritual matters
   
Samjvalana: Perfect conduct preventing.
  This is th slightest degree of passion and co-exists with self-restraint of a high order.
  Smoldering-kasaya
  Subtle passions which are removed as one progresses from the sixth to the twelfth gunasthana
   
Samkalpaja-himsa: Intentional, premeditated violence
   
Samkramana: Energy that contributes to the differentiation or transformation of karmas
   
Sampada: Qualifications (of an acarya)
   
Sampurna-naigama: Full non-distinguished
   
Samrambha: Determination to do a thing - compare intention for an offence in Criminal Law.
   
Samsara: Cycle of transmigration
  Mudane Life
   
Samsara anupreksha: Mudaneness. Soul moves in the cycle of existences and cannot attain true happiness till he is out of it.
   
Samsarga (Kaladigata): Contact
   
Samsargin: Which comes in contact
   
Samsari-jiva: Mundane soul
   
Samsaya: Doubt
   
Samshaya: Doubt, scepticism, hesitaion, e.g., as to path of Liberation
   
Samskara: Latent mental trace
   
Samskara-prabodha: Awakening of the latent impression
   
Samskaras: Sacred rites
   
Samsthana: Figure; figure of the body.
   
Samsthanavicaya: Contemplation of the structure of the universe
   
Samudayavada: Collective
   
Samudghata: Bursting forth; expansion of the soul to the limits of the loka-akasa
   
Samudita: Jointly
   
Samvara: Spiritual path; the stoppage of karmic influx
  Stoppageof Inflow
  Stopped.
  The stoppage of inflow of karmic matter into the soul.B2534
   
Samvara anupreksha: Stoppage. The inflow must be stopped.
   
Samvatsari: Annual ceremony of public confession
   
Samvega: The apprhension of the miseries of the world.
   
Samvyavahara: Transaction
   
Samvyavaharika: Empirical (intuition)
   
Samvyavaharika-pratyaksa: Direct perception, in the conventional sense
   
Samyag mithyatva (mishra): Right-wrong belief
  Mixed wrong and right belief.
   
Samyag-darsana: Right faith
   
Samyag-drsti: Right vision
   
Samyag-jnana: Right cognition
   
Samyak Right
   
Samyak-caritra: Right conduct
   
Samyak-darsana: Correct view of reality
  True spiritual insight
  Faith in the teachings of the Jina
   
Samyak-drsti: Right vision
   
Samyak-jnana: Right knowledge
   
Samyak-mithyatva: A state of transition in which both correct and incorrect views are present
   
Samyaka adana nikshepa samiti: Right care in lifting and laying.
   
Samyaka bhasha samiti: Right care in speaking.
   
Samyaka eshana samiti: Right care in eating.
   
Samyaka irya samiti: Right care in walking.
   
Samyaka utsarga Samiti: Right care in excreting.
   
Samyaktva: Authenticity
  Right Understanding
   
Samyaktva Prakriti: Primary attribute of the soul, manifests itself at the subsidence or destruction of this sub-class.
   
Samyaktva-kriya: Activities which strengthens right belief: e.g., worship, etc.
   
Samyogi-dravya-sabda: Word indicating a union
   
Sandeha: Doubt
   
Sandigdha-vipaksa-vrttika (Hetvabhasa): Whose existence in the heterologous is doubtful
   
Sangha: The Saints' brotherhoods.
   
Sangraha-naya: Synthetic view
   
Sanjna (Aksarasruta): Script
   
Sanjna-sanjni-sambandha: Relationship of word and its meaning
   
Sanjnin (Srutajnana): Discursive
   
Sanka-matra-vighataka: Being a remover of the doubt in general
   
Sankalana: Synthetic judgment
   
Sankalanatmaka: Synthetic
   
Sankhya: Number
   
Sankhyatanu-Vargana: Numerable-atoms-molecule
   
Sankita: Doubtful
   
Sannikarsa: Approximity
   
Santara-Shunya-Vargana: Inter-non-inter-indifferent molecule
   
Santara-Vargana: Inter-non-inter molecule
   
Sapaksa: Homologous instance
   
Saparyavasita (Srutajnana): Having end
   
Sapindikarana: A ritual connected with offering of food to the Manes
   
Sapta-bhangi-naya: The sevenfold predication
   
Saptabhanga: Seven aspects
   
Saptabhangi: Seven-fold statement
   
Saptapadi: That portion of the Hindu wedding ceremony in which the couple takes seven steps around the fire
   
Saraga-samyama: self-control with slight attachment; etc.
   
Sarage-samyama: Self-control with slight attachment found in monks only.