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Abbreviation

Total glossary entries273414

十纏


Source: 佛光電子大辭典

Description:

十種纏縛眾生之煩惱。乃附隨貪等根本煩惱而起,與染污心相應而造種種惡行,因其纏縛有情令不得出離生死,故謂之纏。即:(一)無慚,於諸功德及有德者無敬崇,卻忌難之,而不自知恥。(二)無愧,於罪為他人所見而不知恥。(三)嫉,於他人諸興盛事心生不喜。(四)慳,吝於惠施世間資財或出世間法財。(五)悔,追悔於所作之過惡中而令心不安。(六)眠,令心昏懵而無力省察。(七)掉舉,令心不寂靜,無法成就諸禪觀。(八)惛沈,神識昏鈍,於善法身心無力堪住。(九)忿,於違己意之境,則發恚怒而忘失正念。(十)覆,即覆藏自己之罪過。品類足論卷一僅立八纏;大毘婆沙論卷四十七至卷五十又加忿、覆二纏,明示十纏。〔俱舍論卷二十一、大智度論卷七〕

Page: p504


Source: 陳義孝編, 竺摩法師鑑定, 《佛學常見辭彙》

Description:

十種的煩惱。纏就是煩惱的別名,因煩惱能纏縛眾生的身心,使不得出生死和證涅槃。十纏就是無慚、無愧、嫉、慳、悔、睡眠、掉舉、昏沉、瞋忿、覆。


Source: 朱芾煌《法相辭典》字庫

Description:

如八纏中說。


Source: 丁福保《佛學大辭典》

Description:

(名數)有十種之妄惑,纏縛眾生,不使出生死,不使證涅槃,故名十纏:一無慚、二無愧、三嫉、四慳、五悔、六睡眠、七掉舉、八昏沈、九瞋忿十覆也。見智度論七,俱舍論二十一。


Source: 明,一如《三藏法數》字庫

Description:

纏者,縛也。謂一切眾生,被此十法纏縛,不能出離生死之苦,證得涅槃之樂也。(梵語涅槃,華言滅度。)

〔一、無慚〕,慚即慚天。謂人於屏處作諸過惡,不自慚恥也。

〔二、無愧〕,愧即愧人。謂於人所見處為諸過非,不知羞愧也。

〔三、嫉〕,嫉者,妒也。謂見他人榮富,心生妒忌也。

〔四、慳〕,慳者,吝也。謂人於世間貲財及出世間法財,不肯惠施也。

〔五、悔〕,悔者,恨也。謂所作之過,蒂(音帝)芥胸臆,不能自安也。(蒂芥者,謂剌鞭也。)

〔六、睡眠〕,睡眠者,謂人昏懵不惺,常樂睡眠,無所省察也。

〔七、掉舉〕,掉舉者,搖動也。謂心念動搖,不能攝伏,於諸禪觀無由成就也。

〔八、昏沉〕,昏沉者,昏鈍沉墜也。謂神識昏鈍,懵然無知,不加精進之功,遂致沉墜苦海也。

〔九、瞋忿〕,嗔忿者,恚怒也。謂人於違情之境,不順己意,便發恚怒,而忘失正念也。

〔十、覆〕,覆者,藏也。謂隱藏所作過惡,惟恐人知,不能悔過而遷善也。

Page: 出翻譯名義


Source: 佛教漢梵大辭典, 平川彰 Buddhist Chinese-Sanskrit Dictionary, Akira Hirakawa

Description:

daśa paryavasthānāni.

Page: p.368 - p.369

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