Tibetan and Himalayan Library - THL

THL Title Text
TERM: རྡོ་རྗེ        Search Tibetan text archive for this word
THL TRANSLITERATION: rdo rje/
THL TRANSCRIPTION: dorjé

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DAN MARTIN DICTIONARY

Vajra. Adamant, Diamond. Metaphorically for self-engendered Total Knowledge (rang byung ye shes). Germano, Poetic Thought 819. In ZZ, said to be equiv. to pra phud. DG 78.3.


JEFFREY HOPKINS DICTIONARY

Hopkins' Translations: vajra; adamantine
Others' Translations: {C}diamond; thunderbolt
Sanskrit: {MSA,C}vajra



YOGĀCĀRA GLOSSARY
vajra

RANGJUNG YESHE DICTIONARY

vajra

Vajra. 'Diamond,' 'king of stones.' As an adjective it means indestructible, invincible, firm etc. The ultimate vajra is emptiness, the conventional vajra is the ritual implement of material substance

vajra, thunderbolt, the prince of stones [diamond]. vajra-scepter. 2) indestructible, adamantine; vajra, diamond-like

RICHARD BARON DICTIONARY

vajra; isc. immutable

vajra; indestructible/ immutable/ adamantine

JIM VALBY DICTIONARY

adamantine, vajra, supreme, indestructible, great tibetan mountain range, 1 of 27 coincidences in astrology, SA sbyor ba nyer bdun, 1 of 28 astrological terms for harmony of influence in the destiny of a person, prince of stones, infallible, indestructible, unchangeable, holy, venerable, indra's thunderbolt, scepter, indestructible reality, indestructible state

IVES WALDO DICTIONARY

1) mi phyed pa dang, indestructible; 2) Indin weapon signifying upaya; 3) 1 of the sbyor ba nyer bdun; 4) Rdo rje pha lam, pecious, stone, jewel, thunderbolt, the prince of stones [diamond] vajra see also under indestructible reality - vajra-scepter, indestructible, adamantine

vajra

བོད་རྒྱ་ཚིག་མཛོད་ཆེན་མོ།

[1438] ༼བཛྲ༽ 1 མི་ཕྱེད་པ་དང། མི་ཤིགས་པ། ... 2 སྔར་རྒྱ་གར་གྱི་མཚོན་ཆ་ཞིག་ཐབས་ཤེས་རབ་གཉིས་ལས་ཐབས་ཀྱི་མཚོན་བྱེད། ... 3 སྦྱོར་བ་ཉེར་བདུན་གྱི་ནང་གསེས་ཤིག་... 4 རྡོ་རྗེ་ཕ་ལམ་གྱི་བསྡུས་མིང། 

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