三藏 Sān Zàng

  1. Sān Zàng proper noun Tripitaka
    Domain: Buddhism 佛教
    Notes: A title given to monks, such as Xuanzang (602-664) who were particularly fluent in the whole Buddhist Canon
  2. Sān Zàng proper noun Tripitaka / Tripiṭaka / Tipitaka
    Domain: Buddhism 佛教
    Notes: Sanskrit equivalent: tripiṭaka, Pali: tipitaka, Japanese: sanzō. In this sense 三藏 is synomymous with 經藏, the collection of three baskets: 1. Collection of Discourses / sūtra 经藏, 2. Collection of Monastic Rules / vinaya 律藏, and 3. Collection of Treatises / Abhidharma 论藏; FGS translation standard: Tripitaka (BL 'Tripiṭaka'; Tzu Chuang 2012 'Tripitaka'; FGDB '三藏'; Hirakawa 6 '三藏' p. 28).
  3. Sān Zàng proper noun Buddhist Canon
    Domain: Buddhism 佛教
    Notes: In this sense, 三藏 means the Buddhist Canon in the wider sense, not specifically limited to the Tripiṭaka 'three baskets' of the sūtra, śāstra, and vinaya but also including histories and sectarian texts (BL 'Tripiṭaka'; FGDB '三藏').

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