uṇṇamati: to be swelled-headed

uṇṇati: swelled-headedness


Illustration: uṇṇamati, swelled-headed

He who is praised for presenting his argument in the midst of the assembly, having attained his objective is mirthful and swelled-headed because of it.
Pasaṃsito vā pana tattha hoti akkhāya vādaṃ parisāya majjhe
So hassati uṇṇamati ca tena pappuyya tamatthaṃ yathā mano ahu

That swelled-headedness will be the basis of later distress. Moreover, he speaks with conceit and arrogance.
Yā uṇṇati sāssa vighātabhūmi mānātimānaṃ vadate paneso (Sn.v.829-30).

Illustration: anuṇṇato, swelled-headedness

One should live the religious life peacefully, without swelled-headedness.
santo anuṇṇato care (Sn.v.702).

Illustration: uṇṇametave, swelled-headed

Whoever would think to be swelled-headed because of such a body, or would disparage another, what is this except not seeing it (according to reality)?
Etādisena kāyena yo maññe uṇṇametave
Paraṃ vā avajāneyya
kimaññatra adassanāti (Sn.v.199-206).

Illustration: uṇṇameyya, swelled-headed

He who is not swelled-headed, thinking, ‘He venerates me.’.
Yo vandati maṃ na uṇṇameyya (Sn.v.366).

Illustration: uṇṇameyya, swelled-headed

A bhikkhu should not tremble at criticism, nor be swelled-headed when praised.
Nindāya nappavedheyya na uṇṇameyya pasaṃsito bhikkhu (Sn.v.928).