Termo

Tibetano:

དུག་ལྔ་

dug lnga

Sânscrito:

Português:

cinco venenos

1. confusão/ignorância mental (gti mug, sct. moha); 2. desejo/apego ('dod chags, sct. rāga); 3. aversão/raiva (zhe sdang, sct. dveṣa); 4. inveja/ciúme, (phra dog, sct. īrsyā) e 5. orgulho/arrogância (nga rgyal, sct. māna).

English:

five poisons

The five negative emotions: 1) bewilderment, gti mug, Skt. moha (AT: ignorance, confusion), 2) attachment, 'dod chags, rāga (AT: desire), 3) aversion, zhe sdang, dveṣa (including hatred, anger, etc.), 4) jealousy, phra dog, īrsyā, and 5) pride, nga rgyal, māna.

The five afflictive emotions of bewilderment, attachment, hatred, pride, and jealousy. [TLWF 2011]

The five principal afflictive emotions: (1) bewilderment, ignorance, or confusion (Tib. gti mug), (2) attachment or desire (Tib. ’dod chags), (3) aversion, hatred, or anger (Tib. zhe sdang), (4) jealousy (Tib. phra dog), and (5) pride (Tib. nga rgyal). [ZT 2006]