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brahma 1

Syllabification: brah·ma
Pronunciation: /ˈbrämə/

noun

Short for Brahmaputra.
Example sentences
  • 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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Brahma 2 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).
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.

Words that rhyme with Brahma

amah, armour (US armor), Atacama, Bramah, charmer, cyclorama, dharma, diorama, disarmer, drama, embalmer, farmer, Kama, karma, lama, llama, Matsuyama, panorama, Parma, pranayama, Rama, Samar, Surinamer, Vasco da Gama, Yama, Yokohama

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