Pronunciation and Meaning in the Buddhist Scriptures ［一切経音義］ (Chin I-ch’ieh-ching-yin-i; Issaikyō-ongi): (1) A Buddhist dictionary compiled by Hsüan-ying in China around the middle of the seventh century. It gave Chinese readers transliterations and definitions of Sanskrit Buddhist terms appearing in some 450 Buddhist texts. It is the oldest extant Buddhist dictionary.
(2) A Buddhist dictionary compiled by Hui-lin (737–820), based on Hsüan-ying’s dictionary of the same title. It defines and gives transliterations for Buddhist terms appearing in some 1,220 texts.