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1) awakening; enlightenment, bodhi, 'purified and perfected', "perfected purity", "free and perfect", the awakened state, refined and consummate.
2) see བྱང་ཆུབ་པ་
Bodhi. Enlightenment, awakening, state of realization. See also 'enlightenment.'
菩提 - A transliteration of the Sanskrit/Pāli term bodhi, meaning wisdom, or awakening (Tib. byang chub). The wisdom of the true awakening of the Buddha. The function of correct wisdom. The situation of the disappearance of ignorance due to the functioning of awakened wisdom. The wisdom of accurate cognition of things as they are. The wisdom attained with the elimination of the two hindrances 二障. Earlier rendered into Chinese with 道, later by 覺 and 智 to be aware, perceive; for saṃbodhi 三菩提 (Skt. anuttara-bodhi, abhisaṃbodha, abhisaṃbodhi, jñāna, buddha, bodha, bodhi-pada, bodhi-mārga, bodhi-sattva, mahā-bodhi, mokṣa, varâgra-bodhi, saṃbodhi). [Charles Muller; source(s): Ui, Soothill, Stephen Hodge, JEBD, Nakamura, Hirakawa, Yokoi, Iwanami]
In some contexts equivalent to nirvana 涅槃, attainable by adherents of all three vehicles 三乘. [Charles Muller; source(s): Ui]
A term for the causal practices leading to nirvana. [Charles Muller; source(s): Ui]
In secular language, the Buddha-path 佛道, or postmortem merit. [Charles Muller; source(s): Ui]
An abbreviation of 菩提道場 (Skt. bodhi-maṇḍa)—the place where the Buddha attained his enlightenment. [Charles Muller]