A native of Tibet or a person of Tibetan descent
Relating to or denoting a large language family of eastern Asia which includes Chinese, Burmese, Tibetan, and (in some classifications) Thai. They are tonal languages, but the exact relationships between them are far from clear
An animal of a breed of large black-and-tan dog with a thick coat and drop ears
An animal of a breed of small white, brown, or black dog with a silky coat of medium length
An animal of a breed of grey, black, cream, or particoloured terrier with a thick shaggy coat
Another term for chiru.
The religion of Tibet, a form of Mahayana Buddhism. It was formed in the 8th century ad from a combination of Buddhism and the indigenous Tibetan religion. The head of the religion is the Dalai Lama
A Tibetan Buddhist text recited during funerary rites, describing the passage from death to rebirth