Ḍaṃsamakasavātātapasarīsapasamphassānanti ettha pana ḍaṃsāti ḍaṃsanamakkhikā, andhamakkhikātipi vuccanti. Makasā makasā eva. Vātāti sarajaarajādibhedā.
Ñ(I,87): From contact with gadflies and flies, wind and burning and creeping things: here gadflies are flies that bite; they are also called 'blind flies'. Flies are just flies. Wind is distinguished as that with dust and that without dust.
Ñ: Burning is burning of the sun.
Sarīsapāti ye keci sarantā gacchanti dīghajātikā sappādayo,
Ñ: Creeping things are any long creatures such as snakes and so on that move by crawling.
tesaṃ daṭṭhasamphasso ca phuṭṭhasamphasso cāti duvidho samphasso,
Ñ: Contact with them is of two kinds: contact by being bitten and contact by being touched.
sopi cīvaraṃ pārupitvā nisinnaṃ na bādhati, tasmā tādisesu ṭhānesu tesaṃ paṭighātatthāya paṭisevati.
Ñ: And that does not worry him who sits with a robe on. So he uses it for the purpose of protection from such things.