Ñ(VIII,85): For on seeing the colour of a head hair in a bowl of inviting rice gruel or cooked rice, people are disgusted and say, 'This has got hairs in it. Take it away'.
Evaṃ kesā vaṇṇato paṭikkūlā.
Ñ: So they are repulsive in colour.
Rattiṃ bhuñjantāpi kesasaṇṭhānaṃ akkavākaṃ vā makacivākaṃ vā chupitvāpi tatheva jigucchanti.
Ñ: Also when people are eating at night, they are likewise disgusted by the mere sensation of a hair-shaped akka-bark or makaci-bark fibre.
Evaṃ saṇṭhānato paṭikkūlā.
Ñ: So they are repulsive in shape.