The Mahāvyutpatti (Tib: bye brag rtog byed ) was first compiled in the early 9th century as a glossary to aid the translation of Sanskrit Buddhist scriptures into Tibetan. Later Chinese, Mongolian and Manchu equivalents were added. This version contains Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese.
The StarDict dictionary available below offers the possibility to query in Devanāgarī (as well as IAST roman-transliteration) and in the Tibetan script (as well as Wylie roman-transliteration).
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