[ uh-nik-uh ]
/ əˈnɪk ə /
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the cycle of birth, growth, decay, and death through which every living thing must pass.
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Origin of anicca
<Pali <Sanskrit anitya not everlasting, equivalent to a-a-6 + nitya eternal
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British Dictionary definitions for anicca
/ (ˈænikə) /
Word Origin for anicca
Pali, literally: impermanence
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