The term ‘nāmakāyā’ is found in Sn 5.6 as follows: “Evam muni nāmakāyā vimutto” and translated as: “so the sage free from naming activity” (Thanissaro).
‘Nāmakāyassa’ and ‘nāmakāye’ (I assume) are found in DN 15 in: “If the permutations, signs, themes, and indicators by which there is a description of form-group were all absent, would…the name-group be discerned?”
There seems to be a difference in the use of the term in Sn 5.6 and DN 15.
Is the notion of ‘nama-kaya’ (including similar terms) found anywhere else in the suttas?
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