Pali

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From Sanskrit पालिभाषा (pālibhāṣā, language of the sacred texts), from पालि (pāli, line, (canonical) text).

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Pali

  1. A Middle Indo-Aryan language (Devanagari पाऴि) of north India, closely related to Sanskrit; the sacred language of the Buddhist scriptures. It has no native script, so it may be written in various alphabets, including Devanagari, Burmese, and Roman.
  2. The Prakrit language of the Buddha.

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