དེ་ཁོ་ན་ཉིད་

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དེ་ཁོ་ན་ཉིད། (Wyl. de kho na nyid) n. Pron.: dé khona nyi

  • immanent reality ▷RTH ▷CPT
  • Skt. तत्त्वम्, tattva, Pron.: tattva. From Sanskrit: true or real state, truth, reality | (in •phil.) a true principle (in Sāṃkhya •phil. 25 in number, viz. | the 5 Tan-mātras, the 5 Mahā-bhūtas, the 11 organs including | and, lastly | qq.vv. | for other numbers | with Māheśvaras and Lokāyatikas only 5 [viz. the 5 elements] are admitted | with | 4, with Jainas 2 or 5 or 7 or 9 | in Vedānta •phil. | is regarded as made up of | and | 'that [art] thou', and called | the great word by which the identity of the whole world with the one eternal Brahma | is expressed | the, number 25 | the number 24 | an element or elementary property | the essence or substance of anything | the being that | N. of a musical instrument [Mahavyutpatti] [Sanskrit] MVP MW