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chandoPTS Pali-English dictionary The Pali Text Society’s Pali-English dictionary
Chando，（nt.） [Vedic chandas，from skandh，cp．in
meaning Sk．pada； Gr．i]/ambos] metre，metrics，prosody，esp．applied to the
Vedas Vin.II，139 （chandaso buddhavacanaṁ āropeti to recite in metrical
form，or Acc．to Bdhgh．in the dialect of the Vedas cp．Vin．Texts III，15Q）；
S.I，38； Sn.568 （Sāvittī chandaso mukhaṁ：the best of Vedic metres）.
–viciti prosody VvA.265 （enumd as one of the 6 disciplines dealing with the Vedas：see chaḷaṅga）．（Page 275）
chandoPali-Dictionary Vipassana Research Institute
chando：and （chandaṃ）The Vedas； poetical metre； metres，prosody
chandoPali-Dictionary Vipassana Research Institute
chando：Wish，desire； intention； will，resolve； power； consent，approval
chando：n．[Sk．chandas] 雅語，聖語，韻律．dat．gen．chandaso； instr．abl．chandasā．-viciti 韻律学.
chando：n．[Sk．chandas] 雅語，聖語，韻律．dat．gen．chandaso； instr．abl．chandasā．-viciti 韻律學.
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