the singular nominative case for dhamma, literally doctrine or truth. In Buddhism, 'dhamma' refers to the Buddha's
teaching or simply the Buddhist doctrine.
DN31 Sigalovada Sutta CSCD274/PTS3.188
Evameva.m bhagavataa anekapariyaayena dhammo pakaasito.
just so / by the Blessed One / in many ways / doctrine /
has been made known
Just so, the doctrine has been made known by the Blessed One in many ways.
eva.m (adv. ind.) so, thus, in this way.
evam eva.m (ind.) just so, even so, likewise (PED eva.m).
pakaasita (p.p. of pakaasati) to shine forth, to be visible, to become known.
aneka (adj.) an+eka: not one; many, various, countless, numerous.
pariyaaya (m.) mode, manner, way.
anekapariyaayena (instr.) in many ways (PED aneka).
Word List 1:
01. ca | na
| ti | pe
| vaa | kho
| bhikkhave | hoti
| dhammo | so
11. uppajjati | paccayo
| tattha | pa.ticca |
ta.m | dhammaa |
dhamma.m | te |
eva.m | pana
21. tassa | no |
eka.m | bhikkhu |
tii.ni | tesa.m |
me | bhagavaa |
31. aya.m | atha |
tena | ya.m |
hetupaccayaa | nava | atthi | yo | ye |
41. bhikkhuu | aamantaa | citta.m | khandhaa | yassa | ruupa.m | pańca |
viharati | aavuso | vuccati