lama

Latin, meaning: bog, slough.
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Lama

a title properly given only to the superior priests of Thibet; now of ten, however, applied to those of any caste. The Grand Lama is supposed to be an incarnation of Buddha.
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Lama

[n] - a Tibetan or Mongolian priest of Lamaism 2. [n] - llamas
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Lama

La'ma noun (Zoology) See Llama .
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Lama

genus Lama noun llamas
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Lama

• (n.) In Thibet, Mongolia, etc., a priest or monk of the belief called Lamaism. • (n.) See Llama.
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lama

in Tibetan Buddhism, a spiritual leader. Originally used to translate `guru` (Sanskrit: `venerable one`) and thus applicable only to heads of ... [2 related articles]
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Lama

Lama is a cultivated variety of potato.
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lama

lama: see Tibetan Buddhism.
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Lama

Lama ({bo|t=བླ་མ་|w=bla-ma}; `chief` or `high priest`) is a title for a teacher of the Dharma in Tibetan Buddhism. The name is similar to the Sanskrit term guru. Historically, the term was used for venerated spiritual masters or heads of monasteries. Today the title can be used as an honorific title conferred on a monk, nun or (in th...
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Lama

[martial art] While today the martial arts known as Lama Pai, Tibetan White Crane, and Hop Gar exist as relatively distinct lineages and/or organizations, all originated with a single figure known as Sing Lung who arrived in Guangdong Province during the Qing Dynasty and taught a martial art then known as `Lion`s Roar` (獅子吼). This art...
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Lama

[genus] Lama is the modern genus name for two South American camelids, the wild guanaco and the domesticated llama. This genus is closely allied to the wild vicuña and domesticated alpaca of the genus Vicugna. Before the Spanish conquest of the Americas, llamas and alpacas were the only domesticated ungulates of the continent. They were ke...
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Lama

high-ranking Buddhist priest, often associated with the Buddhist Tantric school.
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Lama

high-ranking Buddhist priest, often associated with the Buddhist Tantric school.
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LAMA

See GURU .
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lama

Tibetan spiritual leader.
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lama

bog, slough.
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