Phala

One of the small buildings in the courtyard of a castle or fortified *manor house where weapons were kept.

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  • Phala — is a Sanskrit term that means “fruit” and refers to charisms in Hinduism and Buddhism. They are also known in Buddhism as Maha phala, which are the Great fruit (phala) of the contemplative life. The fruit (phala) of Buddhism and Hinduism are very …   Wikipedia

  • Phala — (röm. Ant.), so v.w. Fala …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Phala — PHALA, æ, Memnons Admiral, welcher dessen Truppen zur See nach Troja führete, da hingegen Memnon mit dem andern Theile zu Lande dahin gieng. Als er mit seinen Leuten in Rhodus anländete, so hetzeten die Einwohner solcher Insel, welche es mit den… …   Gründliches mythologisches Lexikon

  • PHALA — in Synodo Colon. A. C. 1280. c. 3. Cappas tunicatas, tunicas, phalas, indumenta, tabbardos, calceos vel caligas nonferunt, nisi B. Benedicti vel B. Augustini regulae congruentes: vestis genus est. Et etiamnum Belgae failles appellant vestimentum …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • phala — ▪ Indian philosophical concept       (Sanskrit: “fruit”), in Indian philosophy, the fruit or consequence of a particular action (karma). The almost universally held conviction among Indian philosophers that this life is but one in a chain of… …   Universalium

  • Phala — ISO 639 3 Code : ypa ISO 639 2/B Code : ISO 639 2/T Code : ISO 639 1 Code : Scope : Individual Language Type : Living …   Names of Languages ISO 639-3

  • phāla — फाल …   Indonesian dictionary

  • phála — फल …   Indonesian dictionary

  • phála-da — फलद …   Indonesian dictionary

  • phála-tā — फलता …   Indonesian dictionary

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