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WordMeaning
WORDMEANING
EkaOne; unitary
Eka-ksetravagahaOccupying the same locus
Eka-phalakaProbably identical to eka-sataka
Eka-satakaA mendicant who wears a single piece of cloth
EkantaOne-sided
Taking only one aspect of a many-sided thing e.g., man is mortal and immortal, regarded from
the point of view of body and soul respectively.
Taking only one view.
Ekanta-nityaAbsolutely eternal
EkantavadaExtremism;
absolutist doctrine
EkantavadinOne who holds an
absolutist doctrine
Ekartha-samavayinCo-inherent in the
same substratum
EkatvaUnity
Ekatva anuprekshaLoneliness, I am
alone the doer ofmy actinos and the enjoyer of the fruits of them.
EkatvajnanaKnowledge of oneness
EkendriyaA being with only
one (namely, the tactile) sense faculty; a synonym for sthavara beings
One-sensed creature
Ennuidissatisfaction.
Esana-samitiCare in accepting
alms
EvaIn fact; an
important term in the formula of the sapta-bhangi-naya
Evambhuta (Naya)The such-like
EvambhutabhasaFalse such-like view
point