Maya

[High Priest of Amun] Maya was a High Priest of Amun until at least year 4 of Akhenaten. Donald Redford speculates that Maya is short for Ptahmose and that Ptahmose served from the end of the reign of Amenhotep III until the beginning of the time of Akhenaten. ...
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Maya

[musician] Maya or Maayatan, real name Masahito Yamazaki (born July 30, 1979) is the lead singer in the Japanese visual kei electro rock band, LM.C. but before he founded LM.C he was a support guitarist for musician Miyavi in his support band Ishihara Gundan (Ishihara being Miyavi`s real last name, Gundan means `brigade` or `army` in Japane...
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Maya

[given name] Maya can also be a name used as a tribute to the Maya peoples of southern Mexico and northern Central America or to the Maya, a group of Indigenous Australians. Maya can also be a name of Japanese origin, with different meanings. Variants include Mayako and Mayaka. Mount Maya is a Japanese mountain named for the mother of Buddh...
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Maya

The Maya was a Japanese Atago Class first class cruiser (Zyunyokan) of 9850 tons displacement launched in 1930. The Maya was designed with a triple hull for defence against submarine attacks and new model designed guns, and cost 2.2 million pounds to build. She was powered by twelve Kanpon oil-fired boilers providing a top speed of 33 knots and a r...
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Maya

[n] - a family of American Indian languages spoken by Mayan peoples
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Maya

Member of a prehistoric American Indian civilization originating in the Yucatán Peninsula in Central America about 2600 BC, with later sites in Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize. Their language...
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maya

In Hindu philosophy, mainly in the Vedanta, the cosmos that Isvara, the personal expression of Brahman, or the atman, has called into being. This is real, yet also an illusion, since its reality is...
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Maya

Ma'ya (mä'yä) noun (Hindoo Philos.) The name for the doctrine of the unreality of matter, called, in English, idealism ; hence, nothingness; vanity; illusion.
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Maya

Mayan noun a family of American Indian languages spoken by Maya
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Maya

noun an ethnic minority speaking Mayan languages and living in Yucatan and adjacent areas
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Maya

• (n.) The name for the doctrine of the unreality of matter, called, in English, idealism; hence, nothingness; vanity; illusion.
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Maya

Mesoamerican Indians occupying a nearly continuous territory in southern Mexico, Guatemala, and northern Belize. In the early 21st century some 70 ... [55 related articles]
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maya

(Sanskrit: `wizardry,` or `illusion`), a fundamental concept in Hindu philosophy, notably, in the Advaita (Nondualist) school of the orthodox system ... [5 related articles]
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Maya

Maya is a Hindu girl name. The meaning of the name is `divine creative forse In everything ` Where is it used? The name Maya is mainly used In English.See also In German, Scandinavian and In Polish: Maja (F) In English: Mya In Other languages: Maeja Maya appears In 2007`s top-1000 name list at rank 62. The name reached the top-100 6 times.
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maya

maya (mä'yä) , in Hinduism, term used in the Veda to mean magic or supernatural power. In Mahayana Buddhism it acquires the meaning of illusion or unreality. The term is pivotal in the Vedanta system of Shankara, where it signifies the world as a cosmic illusion and also the power that...
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Maya

Maya (mī'u, Span. mä'yä) , indigenous people of S Mexico and Central America, occupying an area comprising the Yucatán peninsula and much of the present state of Chiapas, Mexico; Guatemala and Belize; parts of El Salvador and extreme western Honduras. Speaking a group ...
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Maya

(Skr.) The power of obscuring or state producing error and illusion; the 'veil' covering reality, the experience of manifoldness when only the One is real; natura naturans; appearance or phenomenon, as opposed to reality and noumenon. A condition generally acknowledged in Indian philosophy and popular Hindu thinking due to the ascendency of the Ve....
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Maya

Click images to enlargeMember of a prehistoric American Indian civilization originating in the Yucatán Peninsula in Central America about 2600 BC, with later sites in Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize. Their language belonged to the Totonac-Mayan family. From AD 325 to 925 (Classical Period) the Maya culture dominate...
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maya

In Hindu philosophy, mainly in the Vedanta, the cosmos that Isvara, the personal expression of Brahman, or the atman, has called into being. This is real, yet also an illusion, since its reality is not everlasting
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MAYA

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Maya

[singer] Maya (마야) (born Kim Young-Sook (김영숙) on 17 November 1975) is a South Korean singer and actress, currently managed by Tae Jin-ah through his company. The youngest of one brother and four sisters. Her hobbies are skiing and scuba diving. She attended Kumgok High School and the Seoul Institute of the Arts. Maya`s performance...
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[Egyptian] Maya was an important figure during the reign of Pharaohs Tutankhamun, Ay and Horemheb of the eighteenth dynasty of Ancient Egypt. The Overseer of the Treasury, he was also an important official and was noted for restoring the burials of several earlier Pharaohs in the Royal Necropolis in the years following the deaths of Tutankh...
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Maya

[mother of Buddha] Queen Māyā of Sakya (Māyādevī) was the birth mother of Gautama Buddha, the sage on whose teachings Buddhism was founded, and the sister of Mahāpajāpatī Gotamī, the first Buddhist nun ordained by the Buddha. Māyā means `love` in Nepali. Māyā is also called Mahāmāyā (`Great Māyā`) and Māyādevī (`Queen M...
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Maya

[illusion] Maya or Māyā (Sanskrit माया {IAST|māyā}{cref|a}), a term found in Pali and Sanskrit literature, has multiple meanings and can be translated to mean something of an `illusion` (or more accurately a `delusion`). ==Hinduism== ===In Vedas, Puranas and Tamil classics=== The term māyā occurs 70 times in Rigveda and around...
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Maya

The illusion by which the world is seen as separate from the ultimate Reality.
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