001 毗婆尸佛
 
第一、毗婆尸佛,
 
 
毗婆尸佛 (pí pó shī fó)
NPpr buddhist BUDDH: skr. Vipaśyin Buddha; pali Vipassin (also referred to as Wéiwèi Fó 維衛佛)
姓拘樓,
 
剎利王種。
 
 
剎利王種 (chà lì wáng zhǒng)
NPab buddhist (BUDDH:) one of the four castes in India: royal kṣatriya caste (see 種姓)
 
(zhǒng)
nab social (BUDDH:) social class in India: caste (sometimes also: clan, family lineage; see 種姓)
父字槃裱,
 
母字槃頭末,
 
所治國名剎末提。
 
偈曰:
 
 
(jì)
nab buddhist BUDDH: Buddhist verses, poem (the third category in the twelve-fold division of the Buddhist scritpures; also referred to as qiétuó 伽陀, fèngsòng 風頌, gūqǐsòng 孤起頌; usually used for poetically summing up the contents of a preceding narrative passage); skr. ghātā
身從無相中受生,
 
 
無相 (wú xiàng)
NPab buddhist BUDDH: No-mark, No-characteristic, Formlessness (the true feature of all dharmas; see shíxiàng 實相); skr. animitta
 
(shòu)
vtoNab (receive>) be on the receiving end of Nab-ing 受公仲侈之怨也(!)
喻如幻出諸形像。
 
 
喻如 (yù rú)
VPtoS1.postS2 S2 is comparable to S1
 
(huàn)
nab BUDDH: ?? illusion
 
(xiàng)
n shape, image (physical representation of something)
幻人心識本來空,
 
 
心識 (xīn shí)
NPab mind
罪福皆空無所住。
 
 
罪福 (zuì fú)
NPab buddhist BUDDH: guilt and good fortune (罪 refers to the results from keeping the precepts and performing good deeds, whereas 福 are the results from the performance of the ten evil deeds)
 
(kōng)
vi buddhist BUDDH: empty, void, insubstantial (without self-nature, interdependent, and subject to constant change); skr. śūnya
 
002 尸棄佛
 
第二、尸棄佛,
 
 
尸棄佛 (shī qì fó)
NPpr buddhist BUDDH: a former Buddha (also 式佛)
姓拘樓,
 
剎利王種。
 
 
剎利王種 (chà lì wáng zhǒng)
NPab buddhist (BUDDH:) one of the four castes in India: royal kṣatriya caste (see 種姓)
父字阿輪拏,
 
母字婆羅訶越提,
 
所治國名阿樓那和提。
 
偈曰:
 
起諸善法本是幻,
 
 
(huàn)
nab BUDDH: ?? illusion
造諸惡業亦是幻。
 
 
(yè)
nab act BUDDH: skr. karma; pali kamma (lit. action, deed of karmic significance)This is agency which brings forth 'existence' (yǒu 有 ) and is in turn caused by mental defilements (usually 'craving' (tṛṣṇā) and 'ignorance' (avidyā)); the concept of karma in India predates the emergence of Buddhism, but was somewhat redefined in Buddhism and Śākyamuni was said to have put much emphasis on the law of moral causality which is determined by one's actions; karma is often subdivided in three kind of actions: physical, shēnyè 身業, skr. kāya-karman, PALI kāya-kamma; verbal, kǒuyè 口業, SANSKRIT vāk-karman, PALI vacī-kamma; mental, yìyè 意業, skr. manas-karma, PALI mano-kamma, mental karma is sometims also referred to as 'non-manifest' or 'latent' action (skr. avijñapti, PALI aviññatti, wúbiǎoyè 無表業; another method of classifying karma is according to the nature of the actions, i.e. 'wholesome deeds', shànyè 善業, SANSKRIT kuśala-karman, PALI kusala-kamma; and 'evil deeds', èyè 惡業, skr. pāpa-karman, pali pāpa-kammaFocusing on the destiny after death which are caused by one's actions, karma is divided into fúyè 福業, 'meritorious actions' (skr. puṇya, pali puñña), and demeritorious actions, fēifúyè 非福業, skr. apuṇya, pali apuñña)(Actions which lead to rebirth in the three realms, sānjiè 三界 (including good and bad actions) are referred to as 'defiled actions' yǒulòuyè 有漏業, skr. sāsrava-karman; by contrast there are 'undefiled actions', wúlòuyè 無漏業, skr. anāsrava-karman (often referring to the actions of a Bodhisattva; in the case of Buddha one speaks of fóshì 佛事, 'Buddha-deeds', skr. buddha-kāryaThe concept of karma is further complicated by the question who and what transmigrates, since in Buddhism the existence of an entity surviving death is denied (one of the later approaches to solve thia aporia was the assumption of a 'storehouse-consciousness', ālaya-vijñāna by the Yogācāra School
 
(huàn)
nab BUDDH: ?? illusion
身如聚沬心如風,
 
 
(mò)
n bubble, foam
 
聚/聚 (jù)
vadN passive accumulated
幻出無根無實性。
 
 
(huàn)
vadV BUDDH: ?? through illusion, by illusion
003 毗舍浮佛
 
第三、毗舍浮佛,
 
 
毗舍浮佛 (pí shě fú fó)
NPpr buddhist BUDDH: a former Buddha, skr. Viśabhū; LONG AGAMA: Píshěpó Fó 毗舍婆佛; Qī Fó fù-mǔ xìng-zì jīng 七佛父母姓字經: Suíshè Fó 隨葉佛 (the last Buddha of the 莊嚴 kalpa)
姓拘樓,
 
剎利王種。
 
 
剎利王種 (chà lì wáng zhǒng)
NPab buddhist (BUDDH:) one of the four castes in India: royal kṣatriya caste (see 種姓)
父字須波羅提和,
 
 
須波羅提和 (xū bō luó tí hé hé)
NPpr buddhist BUDDH: pali Suppatīta, the courtesy name of Viśabhū Buddha's father
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