Avyākṛta (P. avyākata; T. lung du ma bstan pa/lung ma bstan; C. wuji) is translated as "indeterminate," "unascertainable," "unspecfied," etc.
Rangjung Yeshe wiki includes the following translations:
- 1) undetermined, undecided, indefinite, neutral, unspecified; (ethically/ morally/ karmically) neutral. 2) undecidedness, state of indifference, indistinct vagueness, neutral state, indifferent state, oblivious, ordinary state, vague oblivion, dull blank state of mind, amorphous states of mind. 3) ineffectual
The term is used in the following contexts:
- Avyākṛtavastu - the unanswered questions
- Avyākṛtadharma - indeterminant dharmas
- "All actions naturally engaged in by a mind which is neither [concurrent with] the three poisons nor their three opposites, are called 'indeterminate'."
- Robert E. Buswell Jr., Donald S. Lopez Jr., The Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism (Princeton: 2014), s.v. avyākṛta
- Robert E. Buswell Jr., Donald S. Lopez Jr., The Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism (Princeton: 2014), s.v. avyākṛtadharma