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Abbreviation

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五欲


Source: 明,一如《三藏法數》字庫

Description:

五欲===﹝出天台四教儀集註﹞ 止觀云:五塵非欲,而其中有味,能起行人須欲之心,故言五欲常能牽人,入諸魔境故也。(五塵者,色塵、聲塵、香塵、味塵、觸塵也。) 〔一、色欲〕,謂男女形貌端莊,及世間寶物玄黃朱紫種種妙色,能令眾生樂著無厭,故名色欲。 〔二、聲欲〕,謂絲竹環珮之聲,及男女歌詠等聲,能令眾生樂著無猒,故名聲欲。 〔三、香欲〕,謂男女身香,及世間一切諸香,能令眾生樂著無猒,故名香欲。 〔四、味欲〕,謂種種飲食肴膳等美味,能令眾生樂著無厭,故名味欲。 〔五、觸欲〕,謂男女身分柔軟細滑,寒時體溫,熱時體涼,及衣服等種種好觸,能令眾生樂著無厭,是名觸欲。

Page: 出天台四教儀集註


Source: 明,一如《三藏法數》字庫

Description:

五欲===﹝出華嚴經隨疏演義鈔﹞

〔一、財欲〕,財即世間一切貲財也。謂人以財物為養己之資,故至貪求,戀著不捨,是為財欲。 〔二、色欲〕,色即世間青黃赤白及男女等色也。謂人以色悅情適意,故至貪求戀著,不能出離三界,是為色欲。(三界者,欲界、色界、無色界也。) 〔三、飲食欲〕,飲食即世間肴膳眾味也。謂人必假飲食資身活命,故至貪求樂著無厭,是為飲食欲。 〔四、名欲〕,名即世間之聲名也。謂人因聲名能顯親榮己,故至貪求樂著,而不知止,是為名欲。 〔五、睡眠欲〕,睡眠即情識昏昧而睡眠也。謂人之睡眠,亦有時節,若怠惰放縱,樂著無厭,是為睡眠欲。

Page: 出華嚴經隨疏演義鈔


Source: 丁福保《佛學大辭典》

Description:

 

五欲===(名數)色聲香味觸之五境也。是為起人之欲心者,故名欲。是為污真理者,故名塵。止觀四曰:「五塵非欲,而其中有味能生行人貪欲之心,故言五欲。」智度論十七曰:「哀哉眾生,常為五欲所惱,而求之不已。此五欲者,得之轉劇,如火炙疥。五欲無益,如狗咬炬。五欲增爭,如鳥競肉。五欲燒人,如逆風執炬。五欲害人,如踐惡蛇。五欲無實,如夢所得。五欲不久,如假借須臾。世人愚惑,貪欲五欲,至死不捨。為之後世受無量苦。」【又】一財欲,二色欲,三飲食欲,四名欲,五睡眠欲。見華嚴大疏鈔二十七,三藏法數二十四。


Source: A Digital Edition of A Glossary of Dharmarakṣa translation of the Lotus Sutra by Seishi Karashima, 1998

Description:

 

五欲 (wŭyù)  ( “the five desires (arising from the objects of the five senses)” ) Cf. 五樂(wŭlè) ;

{《漢語大詞典》1.376a(大智度論)} ; {《大漢和辞典》1.512b(大智度論)} ;

Dharmarakṣa: {76a9} 如来………教諸萌類滅三界火、婬、怒、癡縛、色、聲、香、味、細滑之法、三處五欲(p)

{K.79.8-}

Kumārajīva: {not found at L.13b11}

Dharmarakṣa: {76a9} 五欲燒人(p)

{K.79.8-}

Kumārajīva: {L.13b11} 愛

Dharmarakṣa: {97c15} 其人適(v.l. 這)見 第一安隱 蒙寶之恩 獲致於斯 有無極財 藏滿豐盈 又以五欲 而自娯樂(v)

{K.213.6} kāmaguṇa~ pañca~

Kumārajīva: {L.29b13} 五欲

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