Mahātmā

Mahatma (Mə-HÄT-mə) is Sanskrit for `Great Soul` (महात्मा mahātmā: महा mahā (great) + आत्मं or आत्मन ātman [soul]). It is similar in usage to the modern Christian term saint. This epithet is commonly applied to prominent people like Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Munshiram (later Swami Shraddhananda), .....
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mahatma

(Hinduism) term of respect for a brahmin sage
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mahatma

[n] - (Hinduism) term of respect for a Brahmin sage
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Mahatma

• (n.) One of a class of sages, or `adepts,` reputed to have knowledge and powers of a higher order than those of ordinary men.
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mahatma

noun (Hinduism) term of respect for a Brahmin sage
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Mahatma

Ma·hat'ma noun [ Sanskrit mahātman , lit., great-souled, wise.] (Theosophy) One of a class of sages, or 'adepts,' reputed to have knowledge and powers of a higher order than those of ordinary men. -- Ma*hat'ma*ism noun
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mahatma

mahatma (muhăt'mu, –hät'–) [Sanskrit,=great-souled], honorific title used in India among Hindus for a person of superior holiness. Mohandas Gandhi is the best-known figure to whom the title was applied.
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mahatma

Title conferred on Mohandas Gandhi by his followers as the first great national Indian leader. ...
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mahatma

Title conferred on Mohandas Gandhi by his followers as the first great national Indian leader
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