uddhacca  restlessness.

uddhambhagiya-samyojana  five higher fetters which tie beings to the higher planes of existance the rupa-brahma planes and the arupa-brahma planes

ujupatipanno  the straight, true and proper way.

upacara  access or proximatory consciousness, the second javana-citta in the process in which absorption or enlightenment is attained.

upacara-samadhi  access-concentration.

upada-rupa  derived rupas, the rupas other than the four great elements.

upadana  clinging.

upadanakkhandha  the aggregates or groups which are objects of clinging.

upanissaya-paccaya  decisive support-condition. 

upekkha  indifferent feeling. It can stand for evenmindedness or equanimity and then it is not feeling.

Uposatha  Uposatha days are days of fasting or vigil; uposatha is observed on the days of full-moon and new-moon, and sometimes also on the days of the first and last moon-quarter. In Buddhist countries there is a tradition for lay  followers to visit temples and to observe eight precepts on these days.

uppada khana  the arising moment of citta.

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