A king of Bārāṇasī, so called because he never tired of learning (suta). He was once visited by eight Pacceka Buddhas and entertained them. At the end of the meal, they rose and, each speaking only a word or two as thanks went away. The king was at first disappointed, but realising the import of their words, he renounced the world and became a Pacceka Buddha.
His verse is included in the Khaggavisāṇa Sutta (verse 57). SNA.i.109 f; ApA.i.157.