|Hover Popup Choices||lack of nature|
|In Tibetan Script||ངོ་བོ་ཉིད་མེད་པ་|
|Wylie Tibetan Transliteration||ngo bo nyid med pa|
|Devanagari Sanskrit Script||निःस्वभाव|
|English Standard||lacking intrinsic nature|
|Karl Brunnhölzl's English Term||lack of nature|
|Richard Barron's English Term||absence of independent nature|
|Jeffrey Hopkin's English Term||non-nature|
|Ives Waldo's English Term||entitynessless|
|Basic Meaning||Lacking inherent existence.|
|Has the Sense of||The selflessness of phenomena.|
|Synonyms||rang bzhin med pa|
Lacking inherent existence.
Essence or the most basic, fundamental nature or natural state of being, it is often used as a synonym for rang bzhin.
The nature or essence of a thing, which originates only from itself and is not dependent on any external entities, causes or conditions.
The nonexistence of the self as a permanent, unchanging entity.