The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Ani-point, pin of axle



 āi
āí [p= 134,1] [L=23311]
(cf. ai) the pin of the axle of a cart RV. i , 35 , 6 ; 63 , 3 ([" battle " Naigh. ii , 17]) and v , 43 , 8

Sus3r.
āí [L=23313]
a linch-pin L.
āí [L=23314]
the corner of a house L.
āí [L=23315]
a boundary L.
(H2) m.
[L=23312]the part of the leg just above the knee
(H2B) mf.
(H2B) mf.
(H2B) mf.
ai
ai [p= 11,3] [L=2395]
the point of a needle or of a sharp stake L.

L.

L.

L.

L.
ai [p= 1309,3] [L=301800]
L.
(H2) m.
[L=2396]linch-pin
[L=2397]the pin or bolt at the end of the pole of a carriage
[L=2398]the corner or part of a house
[L=2399]a boundary
(H2) (also) half of a lunar month,
 aī
aī [p= 11,3] [L=2400]
the point of a needle or of a sharp stake L.

L.

L.

L.

L.
(H3) f.
[L=2401]linch-pin
[L=2402]the pin or bolt at the end of the pole of a carriage
[L=2403]the corner or part of a house
[L=2404]a boundary





Chariots in the Veda - Page 130
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M. Sparreboom - 1985 - 155 pages - Preview
Ani. Axle-pin, linch-pin. A bolt or wedge to secure the wheel in its place. RV V .43.8 and note Geldner in Nachtrage: 251. BSS XI.6:73.5; XII. 7:95. 15 and comm. in Index. See p. 30. On the origin of the word, see Kuiper, 1955. Festschr. ...
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The symbolism of the stupa - Page 80
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Adrian Snodgrass - 1985 - 407 pages - Preview
The axle point (ani ) is the First Principle, Supernal Sun, Being and, theologically, God : "The notions of all ... Cf. the following passage from a Buddhist Tantric text : "...then imagine that all the spokes assume the aspect of the ...
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