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パーリ語辞典 水野弘元著
tissā:tissāya,ta の f.sg.dat.gen.
tissā,人稱代名詞第三人稱(或爲指示代名詞)ta(he / it/ she;that遠稱:彼)陰性f.單數s.屬格
tissā,人稱代名詞第三人稱(或爲指示代名詞)ta(he / it/ she;that遠稱:彼)陰性f.單數s.與格
Buddhist Dictionary of Pali Proper Names by G P Malalasekera
Tissā:1.Tissā.-One of the chief women disciples of Kondañña Buddha (J.i.30; Bu.iii.31).

2.Tissā.-An arahant Therī belonging to a Sākiyan family of Kapilavatthu.She became a lady of the Bodhisatta’s court,but later renounced the world with Mahā Pajāpatī Gotamī,and practised insight.One day the Buddha appeared before her in a ray of glory and uttered a stanza,at the conclusion of which she became an arahant (Thig.4; ThigA.11).

3.Tissā.-An arahant Therī,her story being similar to that of Tissā (2).Thig.5; ThigA.12f.

4.Tissā.-An upāsikā mentioned,together with her mother Tissāyamātā in a list of pious women disciples (A.iv.348; AA.ii.791).

5.Tissā.-A rival of Mattā (q.v.).Pv.ii.3; PvA.82f.

6.Tissā.-A nun of Ceylon,specially proficient in the Vinaya (Dpv.xviii.30).

7.Tissā.-Wife of Mahinda who was brother of Sena II.Tissā was a daughter of Kittaggabodhi and was the sister of Sanghā and Kittī (Cv.l.60).She had a daughter,also called Sanghā (Cv.li.15).

8.Tissā.-Daughter of King Kassapa IV.and queen of Udaya II (Cv.li.94).

9.Tissā.-Daughter of Kassapa,who afterwards became Kassapa V.(?) and wife of Kassapa IV (Cv.lii.2).

10.Tissā.Wife of Mundagutta.Wishing to give alms,they sold their son and bought a cow,which gave them rich ghee.A minister,displeased with them,had the cow confiscated by the king; but the king discovering that Tissā alone could milk her,asked her her story,and gave them great rewards,making the minister their slave.They lived in Tissambatittha in the time of Saddhātissa.Ras.ii.31f.

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