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Sakkaya is a fictional character from Ngao Pray, a 2011 Thai TV series.
- also known as Tan
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A New Translation of the Samyutta Nikaya
Sakkaya is a term for the five aggregates as a collective whole (III 159,10-13). The word is derived from sat + kaya, and literally means ”the existing body,” the assemblage of existent phenomena that serve as the objective basis of clinging.
Sakkaya means the group of matter [rupa] and mind [ndma] as they exist distinctively. Ditthi means to hold a wrong view of belief. The compound word of sakkdya-ditthi means to hold a wrong view or belief on the dual set of Matter and Mind ...
by Ambalaṅgoḍa Polvattē Buddhadatta, A. P. Buddhadatta Mahāthera
Sakkaya, m. the existing body. — ditthi. /. heresy of individuality. Sakkara, to. honour; hospitality. Sakkunati (sak + una), to be able. aor. — kuni. pr. p.
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Scrabble value of S1A1K5K5A1Y4A1
The value of this 7-letter word is 18 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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