Ngo bo

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Key Term ngo bo
Hover Popup Choices ngo bo; ngowo
In Tibetan Script ངོ་བོ་
Wylie Tibetan Transliteration ngo bo
Devanagari Sanskrit Script भाव
Romanized Sanskrit bhāva
Tibetan Phonetic Rendering ngowo
English Standard essential nature
Richard Barron's English Term essence; essence (of being); essential nature
Jeffrey Hopkin's English Term entity
Dan Martin's English Term substance. NOT in the sense of material substance (as in materialism).
Gyurme Dorje's English Term essential nature
Term Type Noun
Source Language Tibetan
Basic Meaning Essence or the most basic, fundamental nature or natural state of being. It is often used as a synonym for rang bzhin.
Has the Sense of According to Ives Waldo, it is similar to rang bzhin, but when referring to sugatagarbha, ngo bo refers to the emptiness part, whereas rang bzhin refers to the luminosity or clarity part.
Related Terms svabhāva;rang bzhin
Rangjung Yeshe's English Term svabhava 1) *, nature, character, attribute, identity, entity, intrinsic / central / essential nature, vital substance, core, being, inmost nature. 2) principle, existence, fact. 3) entity, fact of being, identity. 4) definition, main principle. 5) what it comes down to, at bottom, in fact, 5) essential meaning [in textual introduction].
Tshig mdzod Chen mo rang bzhin dang gnas lugs
Synonyms rang bzhin