Pāḷi-Dictionary (pāḷi > english, english>pāḷi) is one of the four great sections on ATI.eu.
Currently implemented dictionaries:
The indroducing Text is compiled by ati.eu contributors and may include parts of the Khmer-Dictionary "Choun Nath", which has been translated, will be translated, into other languages. The sections following it are from the listed sources.
All pages are open for contributing what ever one may feel inspired to give.
The single pages are named by the original spelling without space or other signs and rendered automatical into the sofftware reqired format. The headline, anchors and displayed text for links (if possible) should have the same spelling and comined words divided by
-. For example brahma-vihāra
If the word is not a combined for example vihāra:
The Header, whether in a reference-dictionary of in the template should use the written form (e.g. with
-). Since the parts of the reference-dictionaries are searched by the word-headline, the anchors (text after
# should be replaced with the written form as well. For example:
The page template would render the anchor text “#brahmavihara” and if not changed to “#brahma-vihāra” the certain header would not be found in the reference-dictionary.
Displayed text from the reference dictionary here:
If wishing to edit the source of the embedded text, you may follow to the section in the referenc-dictionary by clicking the ''➥“-symbol (only logged in use are given to edit the reference-sources).
If wishing to make a larger contribution or dedicate an additional dictionary, the automatic including in new pages requires an edit of the page-template and possible includig into existing pages by using the regex-replacement tool. Of course it can done one by one as well.
It is intended not to list only to maintain “root words” but also their combinations individualy. A country specifically use added, should give also a broader spectrum of use and understanding.
It's given and welcome to create contributions, dedicated for the Sublim Saṅgha and their following, as well for those interested see Dhamma-Dana, to write own articles or sections, or to help in implementation of given dictionaries.
One may like to take part in simplementing words from the reference dictionaries.
Generally: “How ever inspired in dedication”
By clicking on an link of a not existing page it can be created by following the “pencil”-symbol link on the right side. See Standards for required/helpful edits.