Talk:Sakadagami

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Needs more info[edit]

This part of the four steps to enlightenment needs more information. tumaru 13:10, 17 June 2012 (UTC)

Title of the article[edit]

I'm not sure why this page is called "Sakadagami". The stem form, which is the usual way of citing both Pāḷi and Saṃskṛta words, is P. sakadāgāmin or Skt sakṛdāgāmin. In Pāḷi sakadāgāmī is the masculine nominative singular. However we often speak of once-returners in the plural sakadāgāmino. I presume there is some convention amongst editors of the Buddhist sections on whether technical terms should be cited in Pāḷi or Saṃskṛta or Chinese or whatever. Jayarava (talk) 08:03, 17 July 2014 (UTC)