๐‘€ฒ๐‘€“๐‘†๐‘€ฌ๐‘€ซ๐‘€ผ๐‘€ฆ๐‘€ป

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Ashokan Prakrit[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit เคถเคพเค•เฅเคฏเคฎเฅเคจเคฟ (ล›ฤkyamuni, โ€œsage of the Shakyasโ€).

Noun[edit]

๐‘€ฒ๐‘€“๐‘†๐‘€ฌ๐‘€ซ๐‘€ผ๐‘€ฆ๐‘€ป (sakyamunฤซ?

  1. (Buddhism) lord Buddha, the Sakyamuni
    • c. 252 BCE, Aล›oka, Rummindeฤซ Minor Pillar Edict line 3:
      ๐‘€…๐‘€ข๐‘€ฆ ๐‘€…๐‘€•๐‘€ธ๐‘€˜ ๐‘€ซ๐‘€ณ๐‘€ป๐‘€ฌ๐‘€บ๐‘€ข๐‘‚ ๐‘€ณ๐‘€บ๐‘€ค ๐‘€ฉ๐‘€ผ๐‘€ฅ๐‘‚ ๐‘€š๐‘€ธ๐‘€ข๐‘‚ ๐‘€ฒ๐‘€“๐‘†๐‘€ฌ๐‘€ซ๐‘€ผ๐‘€ฆ๐‘€ป ๐‘€ข๐‘€บ
      atana agฤca mahฤซyite hida budhe jฤte sakyamunฤซ ti
      [โ€ฆ] came in person and worshiped, because the Buddha Sakyamuni was born here.