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ohita : [pp. of oharati] hidden; laid down.

A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera, Concise Pali-English and English-Pali Dictionary [available as digital version from Metta Net, Sri Lanka]

Ohita [pp. of odahati; BSk. avahita (Jtm 210 e. g.) as well as apahita (Lal. V. 552 e. g.)] -- 1. put down into, deposited Dh 150. -- 2. put down, laid down, taken off, relieved of, in phrase ohitabhāro (arahaŋ) (a Saint) who has laid down the burden: see arahatta iii. C.; cp. ˚khandhabhāra DhA iv.168. -- 3. put down in, hidden, put away in ( -- ˚) Sn 1022 = (kosɔohita). -- 4. (fig.) put down to, applied to, in ohita -- sota listening, attentive, intent upon (cp. sotaŋ odahati to listen) usually in phrase ohitasoto dhammaŋ suṇāti; M i.480; iii.201; S v.96; A iv.391; Vism 300 (+ aṭṭhiŋ katvā).

Pali-English Dictionary, TW Rhys Davids, William Stede,
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