From the Buddhist Dictionary by Nyanatiloka - cakkhu - eye:
cakkhu: 'eye' s. āyatana. - The foll. 5 kinds of 'eyes' are mentioned and explained in CNid. (PTS, p. 235; the first 3 also in It. 52): 1. the physical eye (mamsa cakkhu), 2. the divine eye (dibba-cakkhu; s. abhiññā), 3. the eye of wisdom (paññā-cakkhu), 4 the eye of a Buddha (Buddha-cakkhu), 5. the eye of all-round knowledge (samanta-cakkhu; a frequent appellation of the Buddha).[End Quote] http://www.budsas.org/ebud/bud-dict/dic_idx.htm
No mention of the Dhamma-eye (dhamma-cakkhu) which is found in several places,
for example, the First Discourse - SN 56.11
Is it the same as the "eye of wisdom"?