1. Daddara (Daddarapabbata).– A mountain in Himavā (J.ii.8, 67; iii.16; Ap.ii.536); it is the same as the Rajatapabbata, which was called Daddara on account of the thunder playing round it.
2. Daddara (Daddaranāgabhavana).– An abode of the Nāgā at the foot of the Daddara mountain. J.iii.16.
3. Daddara (Daddarapura).– A city founded by the fifth son of King Apacara on a spot where two mountains rubbing together made the sound daddara. J.iii.461.
4. Daddara.– See Mahādaddara.