Dravyasat (Sanskrit; T. rdzas yod རྫས་ཡོད་; C. shi you; J. jitsuu; K. sil yu 實有) translates as "subtantially existent", "to exist substantially".
In certain Abhidharma traditions of the Early Buddhist schools, some entities, such as partless particles, were posited to be dravyasat (substantially existent). This was contrasted to things that were made of collections or parts, which were described as prajñaptisat (imputed).
- Substantially existent (Buswell, Rangjung Yeshe)
- to exist substantially (Rangjung Yeshe)
- Existence in substance (Buswell)
- Substantial entity (Rigpa wiki)
- Concretum (Kapstein)