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Text Click for more information BAIYU 0.0.0.0.0.6   百喻經·Introduction/6
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1 問曰: The brahmans asked as follows:
2 四大火風從何而生。 "What do the elements, Fire and Air originate from?"
3 答曰: The Buddha replied as follows:
4 四大火風從空而生。 "The elements Fire and Air arise from Emptiness."
5 問曰: The brahmans asked as follows:
6 空從何生。 What does Emptiness originate from?"
7 答曰: The Buddha replied as follows:
8 從無所有生。 "It arises from where there is nothing."
9 問曰: The brahmans asked as follows:
10 無所有從何而生。 "Where does 'where there is nothing' originate from?
11 答曰: The Buddha replied as follows:
12 “從自然生。” "It originates from what is naturally so."
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2 HYDC: 佛教以地、水、火、風為大
 
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2 hé *ɦɑ 匣歌平 **ɡlaal (?) WHAT npro.postVt:adV[0] V-ing what object of a coverb> what? e.g. 從何生?
2 fēng *puŋ 幫東平 **plum (?) AIR nm the air carried by the wind: air 四大(NB: PERHAPS THE ANCIENT CHINESE ONLY RECOGNISED THE NOTION OF FENG AS MOVED AIR AND DID NOT RECOGNISE FENG AS AN UNMOVED SUBSTANCE. 待考
2 四大 sì - dà *si - dɑi 心脂去 - 定泰去 **plids - daads (?) ELEMENT NP meta.buddh BUDDH: the four basic elements all physical substances are made of (水 water, 火 fire, 地 earth, 風 air) (see also 四界 and 四大界); SANSKRIT mahābhuta [CA]
6 hé *ɦɑ 匣歌平 **ɡlaal (?) WHAT npro.postVt:adV[0] V-ing what object of a coverb> what? e.g. 從何生?
10 hé *ɦɑ 匣歌平 **ɡlaal (?) WHAT npro.postVt:adV[0] V-ing what object of a coverb> what? e.g. 從何生?
12 自然 zì - rán *dzi - ȵiɛn 從脂去 - 日仙平 **sblids - njen (?) NATURALLY NPab meta the natural course of things; what is naturally so
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2 2 ENJAMBEMENT-MULITIPLE-SUBJ/PRED 接下行法 Line-break between subject and predicate of a sentence, the predicate extending over several lines.
2 4 REPETITIO RHETORICAL FIGURE in which one and the same lexical, phonological, syntactic, or semantic element is repeated for rhetorical effect.
/...x...x.../: non-adjacent repetition of the same word, contrast morphological reduplication.
4 4 ENJAMBEMENT-MULITIPLE-SUBJ/PRED 接下行法 Line-break between subject and predicate of a sentence, the predicate extending over several lines.
8 8 ARHYTHMIA ANOMIA in the context of PARALLELISM in which the repeated rhythm is broken.
Breaking of regular rhythm, the converse of ISOCOLON.
10 10 ARHYTHMIA ANOMIA in the context of PARALLELISM in which the repeated rhythm is broken.
Breaking of regular rhythm, the converse of ISOCOLON.
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