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解釋[1]

luddaka : [m.] a hunter.

出處
A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera, Concise Pali-English and English-Pali Dictionary [available as digital version from Metta Net, Sri Lanka]
解釋[2]

Luddaka=ludda 2, i. e. hunter Vin i.220; J iv.416; Pv iii.72 (miga˚; expld as "dāruṇa" PvA 206); Miln 222; VbhA 266 (miga˚, in simile); PvA 34, 168. Cp. Fick, Sociale Gliederung 143, 207. Note. The expression sunakha -- luddako at DhsA 273 is not quite clear ("doghunter"?). It applies to a female & Maung Tin (Expositor ii.361) reads "luddhikā" (sic), with trsln "dog -- mistress," remarking that Pyī reads luddako "hunter -- dog" (?).

 
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Pali-English Dictionary, TW Rhys Davids, William Stede,
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