D 070 ‘brel pa [Def:] chos de las tha dad de log na dngos chos khegs pa // saṃbandha // connected phenomena [Def:] A phenomenon that ceases itself, if something different from that phe- nomenon has stopped.
Analiza terminu

‘brel pa – connection, conjunction [RY]
‘brel ba – relation [logic] | 'brel ba - {'brel ba, 'brel ba, 'brel ba} intr. v.; connected with, joined, relationship, to become connected, logical connection, to hang together, cohere. related; link; to be connected/ joined; connection/ connectedness | relationsip. [RY]
     – 'brel ba  I. v.i. འབྲེལ་བ་/ འབྲེལ་བ་/ འབྲེལ་བ་//. "For two things to be inter-related, inter-connected". Hence "to be related", "to be (inter-)connected". Note that this does not mean སྦྲེལ་བ་ "for there to be a linkage" per se but that there is an inter-relationship between, a connection between; i.e., the word "to be linked" does not quite fit the meaning of this term. Note how this is the opp. of འབྲལ་བ་ for the connection of two things to be ended. Note also the relationship with བྲེལ་བ་ "to be busy". E.g., [TC] ཤ་ཁྲག་གཅིག་འབྲེལ། "blood and flesh connected as one"; ཕན་ཚུན་སེམས་དང་སེམས་འབྲེལ་བ། "mutual relationship between mind and mental events"; ལུས་འབྲེལ་བ། "in connection with the body"; གྲོགས་སུ་འབྲེལ་བ། "related as friends". II. Cognate to the verb. 1) "Relationship", "connection" e.g., in the crucial Buddhist term རྟེན་ཅིང་འབྲེལ་བར་འབྱུང་བ་ "dependent, related arising". E.g., འབྲེལ་བ་གལ་ཆེན་པོ་འདུག "connections / good relations (with others) is very important"; འབྲེལ་བ་ཆད་པ་ "for the connection between people or things to be lost / broken"; ང་ཚོར་འབྲེལ་བ་འདུག "there is a relationship between us". 2) "Connection" as the name of the sixth case of Tibetan grammar. The case is shown by the presence of a འབྲེལ་བའི་སྒྲ་ "connective term" q.v. 3) "Connection"; the name of the fourth of the བསྟན་བཅོས་ཀྱི་ཆོས་བཞི་ four items of a śhāstra q.v. [D]

Analiza definicji

chos – zjawisko (D 006)
de las – rather; than that, from that [RY]
tha dad' – distinct [logic] [RY]
– distinct from one another | without intention or aim to separate or discriminate; [non] distinction, separate, different. distinction [RY]
log – back, opposite, wrong; to return/ fallen; wrong, back; disgusted [RY]
dngos – A basic intertsheg of the Tibetan language with a number of meanings. It is combined with various other མིང་ grammatical names or ཚིག་ཕྲད་ connectors to give words that contain its meaning. I. "Actual", "present in fact", "explicit" as opposed to being ལྐོག་གྱུར་ hidden and མངོན་སུམ་ non-obvious, not manifest. With this meaning the term དངོས་པོ་ "thing" is derived; a thing is defined as that which is present to the senses. The term དངོས་ is sometimes an abbrev. of དངོས་པོ་. II. "Direct" as opposed to བརྒྱུད་ "indirect". See དངོས་བརྒྱུད་. III. "Explicit" as opposed to ཤུགས་ "implicit". See དངོས་ཤུགས་. III. "Real", "in fact", "actual" as the opp. of བཅོས་མ་ "artificial" or རྫུན་མ་ "false". E.g., in དངོས་ནས་ "really", "truly", "in fact". IV. "Main" as opposed to subsidiary. [D]
chos – zjawisko (D 006)
dngos chos – MSS: "actual phenomenon." ?=? dngos po chos, phenomenon??? ¦ R75: 301.4. [MSS] [RY]
        dngos chos ltar snang - MSS: apparent actual phenomena; apparent and actual phenomena. N.B. It is not clear to me whether this term refers to a single type of phenomena, phenomena that appear to confused conventional minds to be real but are actually, in reality, false or to two types: real and apparent, i.e.,[conventionally] real and false . ¦ R75: 302.5. [MSS] [RY]
khegs pa – pf. of {kheg pa}; pf. of {kheg pa} 1) blocked, stopped, blocked, to obstruct, close, shut off. 2) blocking. 3) refuted. See {'geg} 4) darkness 5) arrogance [RY]
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