Abhijjha (covetousness) as/in the five hindrances?

Dear forum

I was examining the use of the Pali word ‘abhijjha’ in MN 118 (and came to like the translation of ‘longing’ in this context). However, I found ‘abhijjha’ in Iti 111 as the first of the five hindrances (instead of kamachanda/sensual desire). Does this occur often in the Suttas? Thank you :slightly_smiling_face:

Suppose a mendicant has got rid of desire and ill will while walking, and has given up dullness and drowsiness, restlessness and remorse, and doubt. Their energy is roused up and unflagging, their mindfulness is established and lucid, their body is tranquil and undisturbed, and their mind is immersed in samādhi.

Carato cepi, bhikkhave, bhikkhuno abhijjhā, byāpādo vigato hoti, thinamiddhaṁ vigataṁ hoti, uddhaccakukkuccaṁ vigataṁ hoti, vicikicchā pahīnā hoti, āraddhaṁ hoti vīriyaṁ asallīnaṁ, upaṭṭhitā sati asammuṭṭhā, passaddho kāyo asāraddho, samāhitaṁ cittaṁ ekaggaṁ.

Iti 111