Yāvatā pana imasmiṃ kāye upādiṇṇarūpaṃ nāma atthi.
||52. 5. in this physical body where there is matter that is clung to. 23
Comm. NT: 23. Upādiṇṇa (also upādiṇṇaka) is pp. of upādiyati (he clings), from which the noun upādāna (clinging) also comes. Upādiṇṇa-(ka-)rūpa (clung-to matter) = kammaja-rūpa (kamma-born matter): see Dhs §653. It is vaguely renderable by “organic or sentient or living matter”; technically, it is matter of the four primaries that is “clung to” (upādiṇṇa) or “derived” (upādāya) by kamma. Generally taken as a purely Abhidhamma term (Dhs 1), it nevertheless occurs in the Suttas at M I 185 in the same sense.