19. Format and
(Hypertext version only:)
(Both text-only and hypertext version:)
words foreign to English are italized.
if an italized word has a link, there
is an entry for it in the dictionary.
if one or more English words have a link, this
link will point to a related chapter.
if a proper name has a link, it will point
to another website.
a number in round brackets indicates a quote
that can be found in the quote collection; example: (11).
a number in square brackets indicates a reference
to a book that is listed in the bibliography; example: .
Masculine and neuter Pali nouns ending in -o
in the nominative, are given in the nominative even though there is a wide
usage of the -a ending for historical (?) reasons. The latter usage easily
causes confusion between words of other declinations and cases.
The person known as the 'Buddha' (which, grammatically
correct, should be 'Buddho', see last paragraph), requested not to be addressed
with a name other than 'Tathagatho' or 'Gotamo Siddartho'. In this book
this expressive wish of his will be respected.
[-] denotes a future link to a chapter that
has not yet been written.
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Maximilian J. Sandor, Ph.D.