There are 2 definitions of brahma in English:

brahma1

Syllabification: brah·ma
Pronunciation: /ˈbrämə
 
/

noun

short for Brahmaputra.
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  • Brahmas are gentle giants with feathered legs and feet.
  • Brahmas arrived in the UK around 1840-1850.
  • The only Asiatic breed of significance today, the Brahma, which originated in India, has three varieties.

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There are 2 definitions of brahma in English:

Brahma2

Syllabification: Brah·ma
Pronunciation: /ˈbrämə
 
/
1The creator god in later Hinduism, who forms a triad with Vishnu the preserver and Shiva the destroyer.
2 another term for Brahman (sense 2).
More example sentences
  • Though the Brahma and Shiva principles are still in existence, we will explore this in just a moment.
  • "It is not enough," concludes Schuon, "to know that Brahma is Reality, the world is appearance.

Origin

from Sanskrit brahman.

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