Dear Pali gurus
The Pali "sambhava" is derived from saṃ + bhava.
My questions are:
1. How is "sambhava" best translated?
2. How are saṃ + bhava each to be translated?
3. What meanings & contexts make the word "sambhava" unique?
4. How is ""sambhava" distinguished from words such as "uppajjati"?
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