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'''Mahavyutpatti''' (Skt. ''Mahāvyutpatti''; Tib. [[བྱེ་བྲག་ཏུ་རྟོགས་པར་བྱེད་པ་]],  [[Wyl.]] ''bye brag tu rtogs par byed pa'') — the famous glossary of Sanskrit and Tibetan terms completed during the reign of King [[Tri Ralpachen]] in the ninth century CE in order to standardize translations. Another lexicon, the ''[[Two-Volume Lexicon]]'', is considered a commentary on it.  
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'''Mahavyutpatti''' (Skt. ''Mahāvyutpatti''; Tib. [[བྱེ་བྲག་ཏུ་རྟོགས་པར་བྱེད་པ་]],  [[Wyl.]] ''bye brag tu rtogs par byed pa'') — the famous glossary of Sanskrit and Tibetan terms completed during the reign of King [[Tri Ralpachen]] in the ninth century CE in order to standardize translations. Another lexicon, the ''[[Two-Volume Lexicon]]'', is considered a commentary on it. It is most likely that the basis for the ''Mahavyutpatti'' has been a smaller repository, the ''[[Svalpavyutpatti]]''.  
  
 
==Further Reading==
 
==Further Reading==

Revision as of 05:11, 20 April 2018

Mahavyutpatti (Skt. Mahāvyutpatti; Tib. བྱེ་བྲག་ཏུ་རྟོགས་པར་བྱེད་པ་, Wyl. bye brag tu rtogs par byed pa) — the famous glossary of Sanskrit and Tibetan terms completed during the reign of King Tri Ralpachen in the ninth century CE in order to standardize translations. Another lexicon, the Two-Volume Lexicon, is considered a commentary on it. It is most likely that the basis for the Mahavyutpatti has been a smaller repository, the Svalpavyutpatti.

Further Reading

  • A New Critical Edition of the Mahavyutpatti: Sanskrit-Tibetan_Mongolian Dictionary of Buddhist Terminology, Studia Tibetica, No. 16, Materials for Tibetan-Mongolian Dictionaries, Vol. 1, Edited by Yumiko Ishihama and Yoichi Fukuda, Toyo Bunko, 1989.

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