paraśiṣye khale krūre abhakte gurupādayoḥ |
nirvikalpamatīnāṃ tu vīrāṇām unnatātmanām || 158 ||

Literally, this sutra reads something like, “Don’t give this teaching to other students, or to mischief-makers, or to the hard-hearted, or to those who are not at the feet of a guru. (Only give this teaching to) heroic, elevated souls with plump, projecting breasts or humpbacks.”

I have chosen to not include most of this meaning in The Radiance Sutras.

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... Etac ca naiva kasyapi prakasyam tu kadacana // 1 57 Parasisye khale krure abhakte gurupadayoh/ Nirvikalpamatlnam tu ... who are mischievous, cruel, and wanting in devotion to their spiritual teachers.1 On the contrary, this teaching ...
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... Etac canaiva kasyapi prakasyarn tu kadacana // 157 Parasisye khale krure abhakte gurupadayoh/ Nirvikalpamatinam tu ... who are mischievous, cruel, and wanting in devotion to their spiritual teachers.1 On the contrary, this teaching ..

krūrá [p= 322,3] [L=58346]
(ā́)n. (fr. kraví-s cf. sthūrá and sthávira) , wounded , hurt , sore S3Br.

AV. TS. vi Mn. &c

saumya and a-krūra , said of the first , third , fifth , seventh , ninth , and eleventh signs of the zodiac , which are supposed to have a malignant influence Jyot. ; said of planets VarBr2S. )

Sus3r. S3ak. Pan5cat.

manda) Na1r.

krūrá [L=58353]
boiled rice (cf. kūra) L.
krūrá [L=58354]
a hawk L.
krūrá [L=58355]
a heron L.
krūrá [L=58356]
red oleander (= rakta-karavīra) L.
krūrá [L=58358]
a wound , sore AV. VS. TS. S3Br.
krūrá [L=58359]
blood-shedding , slaughter , cruelty , any horrible deed , harshness AV. AitBr. i , 26 Mn. i , 29 &c
krūrá [L=58360]
any frightful apparition AdbhBr.
krūrá [L=58361]
a kind of house Gal.
(H1) mf
[L=58347]" bloody , raw " , cruel , fierce , ferocious , pitiless , harsh , formidable
[L=58348]inauspicious (as opposed to
[L=58349]hard , solid
[L=58350]strong (as a bow , opposed to
[L=58351]hot , sharp , disagreeable
(H1B) mn.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.

On Unnata: plump, full projecting breasts

“raised, elevated, projecting, plump, full projecting breasts.”
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The terms "unnata" and "avanata" have been rendered by both translators into French as "high" and ... And though we may not want to translate "unnata" as " convex" when we are translating Kalidasa ("niba- ddnnata-stanam" : "full, ...

Unnata - Apte

search `unnata' in `Apte Dic'
meanings of "unnata" [1]
1.raised (fig. also);
2.high (fig. also);
3.projecting (as breasts);
meanings of "unnata" [2]
1.a boa
meanings of "unnata" [3]
unnata (Monier-Williams)
un-natá [p= 193,1] [L=33779]
bent or turned upwards , elevated , lifted up , raised , high , tall , prominent , projecting , lofty MBh. S3ak. Hit. &c
193,1] [L=33780]
Katha1s. Bhartr2. Sa1h. &c
193,1] [L=33781]
VS. TS. La1t2y.
un-natá [p= 193,1] [L=33782]
a boa (aja-gara) L. , N. of a buddha Lalit.
un-natá [p= 193,1] [L=33783]
of one of the seven ṛṣis under manu cākua VP.
un-natá [p= 193,1] [L=33784]
of a mountain VP.
un-natá [p= 193,1] [L=33785]
elevation , ascension
un-natá [p= 193,1] [L=33786]
elevated part TS.
un-natá [p= 193,1] [L=33787]
means of measuring the day SiddhS3ir. Su1ryas.
(H2) mfn.
[p= (figuratively) high , eminent , sublime , great , noble
[p= having a large hump , humpbacked (as a bull)
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.