buddha

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Buda

Heykeltıraş ahşabı Buda'nın görüntüsü şeklinde oydu. - The sculptor carved wood into an image of Buddha.

Tanrı ve Buda yoktur. - There is no God and no Buddha.

(isim) Buda
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esrar

Tom'la esrar kullanımı hakkında tartıştım. - I had an argument with Tom about the use of marijuana.

Dan, Linda ile esrar içti. - Dan smoked marijuana with Linda.

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marihuana

Sami'nin sigaraları marihuana gibi kokuyordu. - Sami's cigarettes smelt like marijuana.

Sami marihuanayı bir motel odasında sakladı. - Sami stashed the marijuana in a motel room.

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marijuana
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marijuana
{i} (Botanik) hintkeneviri, kenevir, kendir
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Any of the other Buddhas named in Buddhist scriptures
A statue or image of any Buddha

I love the Buddha in your living room – where did you get it?.

Shakyamuni Buddha, Nepalese spiritual and philosophical teacher and founder of Buddhism; Siddhartha Gautama
An enlightened or awakened sentient being
A statue or image of the Buddha
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Siddhartha Gautama
An enlightened human being
A Buddha is a statue or picture of the Buddha. orig. Siddhartha Gautama flourished 6th-4th century, b. Kapilavastu, Shakya republic, Kosala kingdom died Kusinara, Malla republic, Magadha kingdom Indian spiritual leader and founder of Buddhism. The term buddha (Sanskrit: "enlightened one") is a title rather than a name, and Buddhists believe that there are an infinite number of past and future buddhas. The historical Buddha, referred to as the Buddha Gautama or simply as the Buddha, was born a prince of the Shakyas, on the India-Nepal border. He is said to have lived a sheltered life of luxury that was interrupted when he left the palace and encountered an old man, a sick man, and a corpse. Renouncing his princely life, he spent seven years seeking out teachers and trying various ascetic practices, including fasting, to gain enlightenment. Unsatisfied with the results, he meditated beneath the bodhi tree, where, after temptations by Mara, he realized the Four Noble Truths and achieved enlightenment. At Sarnath he preached his first sermon to his companions, outlining the Eightfold Path, which offered a middle way between self-indulgence and self-mortification and led to the liberation of nirvana. The five ascetics who heard this sermon became his first disciples and were admitted as bhiksus (monks) into the sangha, or Buddhist order. His mission fulfilled, the Buddha died after eating poisonous mushrooms served him by accident and escaped the cycle of rebirth; his body was cremated, and stupas were built over his relics
Shakyamuni Buddha, Nepalese spiritual and philosophical teacher and founder of Buddhism; Siddartha Gautama
Buddha is the title given to Gautama Siddhartha, the religious teacher and founder of Buddhism
{i} (born Siddhartha Gautama) Nepali religious leader and the founder of Buddhism (c.563-c.483 BC); spiritual teacher; person who has reached full enlightenment
means "the Enlightened One" or "the Awakened One"
The title of an incarnation of self- abnegation, virtue, and wisdom, or a deified religious teacher of the Buddhists, esp
Most commonly used in English to refer to Shakyamuni Buddha, who was born Prince Siddhartha
founder of Buddhism; worshipped as a god (c 563-483 BC) one who has achieved a state of perfect enlightenment
Gautama Siddartha or Sakya Sinha (or Muni), the founder of Buddhism
'Awakened One' 'Buddha' is the primary title of those who have entirely awakened to the Dharma, and especially those who awaken to it during an era when the Dharma is not presently manifest in the world, and so function as avatars of the Dharma In Buddhist texts, the term 'Buddha' refers to historical Buddha, Gautama Siddhartha, who was born and went into parinirvana in India In the cosmic vision of millions of worlds found in Mahayana scriptures, 'buddhas' refer to other buddhas who exist simultaneously throughout the universe, as well as the past and future buddhas of this world
A being who has completely abandoned all delusions and their imprints See Joyful Path of Good Fortune
Last Avatar of the age of Aries Previous World Teacher who manifested through the prince Gautama around 500 BC The Embodiment of Wisdom, He currently acts as the 'Divine Intermediary' between Shamballa and Hierarchy Buddhists expect their next great teacher under the name Maitreya Buddha
One who perceives the true nature of all phenomena and who leads others to attain the same enlightenment The Buddha nature is inherent in all beings and is characterized by the qualities of boundless wisdom, infinite compassion and perfect freedom Ref 3
> A being who has achieved supreme knowledge The historical Buddha, founder of the religion named after him, was born ca 6th Century BCE, as Siddharta Gautama, Prince of the Sakya republic located on the present Indo-Nepal border He renounced his kingdom, sought and found perfect enlightenment and later came to be known as Shakyamuni, the Sakya Sage
Sanskrit; literally, "awakened one"; a person who has been released from the world of cyclic existence (samsara) and attained liberation from desire, craving, and attachment in nirvana; according to Theravadins, Shakyamuni, the historical Buddha, is considered to be the first Buddha of this age who was preceded by many others and will be followed by Maitreya; Mahayanists believe that there are countless Buddhas for every age
born Siddhartha Gautama around 563 B C in Kapilvastu (an Indian province at that time, now in Nepal) in a royal family At age 30, he left a life of luxury to seek how to end human suffering After attaining enlightenment, he became known as Buddha ("the awakened") and taught the way to nirvana (liberation) until his demise at age 80
A being with completely expanded awareness
"awakened one" One who has eliminated the last obstacles to enlightenment, is perfectly accomplished in the qualities of wisdom, compassion, and power, and who has attained liberation from samsara
literally, "the one who has awakened " The enlightened form of Siddhartha Gautama, the original founder/creator of Buddhism as a spiritual practice
ninth avatar of Vishnu
one who has achieved a state of perfect enlightenment
founder of Buddhism; worshipped as a god (c 563-483 BC)
Sanskrit, awakened one Someone who comprehends the true nature of life and guides others to attain enlightenment
[a great sage, sometimes considered to be one of the avataras of Visnu]; the awakened spirit
One Who is "enlightened" and has attained the highest degree of knowledge possible for humanity in this solar system
(Skt = Tib sangyÈ) Awakened one; person who has achieved enlightenment (Skt bodhi, Tib changchíub) For the Mahayana, the concept of Buddhahood is extended from the historical Buddha Shakyamuni, he is seen as an emanation of a Buddha-nature (dharmakaya) underlying all phenomena
(Tib sang gye) An individual who attains, or the attainment of, complete enlightenment, such as the historical Shakyamuni Buddha
Enlightened One
1 Literally means "awakened one" A person who has achieved enlightenment and has seen completely to the source of all dharmas so that he is free of every kind of craving A Buddha has no reflection He and the world are simultaneous 2 The Buddha that was born in 563 B C Siddhartha Gautama, also known as Shakyamuni, meaning "the silent sage" He is known as the Buddha of our age Without instruction, he came to awakening through his endless vow of many lifetimes to relinquish the source of suffering
"Enlightened One " The Buddha refers to an Indian sage by the name of Siddhartha Gautama who lived from 560-480 BC (see Buddhism below)
A Buddhist term used to refer to Prince Siddhartha, (560 - 480 BCE) after his enlightenment
considered by Hindus to be a "false incarnation" who led the Hindu faithful astray Keshava T , Somnathpur
Lit , the Awakened One; one who through aeons of spiritual development has attained Anuttara-Samyak-Sambodhi This epithet usually refers to Sakyamuni Buddha, who lived and taught in India some 2,600 years ago
enlightened
Buddha Day
A Buddhist holiday celebrating the birth, enlightenment, and passing of the Buddha
Buddha's hand
A fragrant citrus fruit with a lemon-like flavor, native to northern India
Buddha-nature
The potential of achieving the nature of the Buddha through study and religious practice
Buddha follower
adherent of Buddhism, Buddhist (nontheistic religion founded by the Siddhartha Gautama Buddha)
Adi-Buddha
The Primordial Buddha, a self-emanating, self-originating Buddha, present before anything else existed
Adi-Buddha Avatar
The divine descent of the first (or original) Enlightened One into the conditionally manifested worlds
Emerald Buddha
holy jade statue of Buddha that was carved during the 15th century (housed in the Bangkok, Thailand)
pratyeka-buddha
In Buddhism, one who attains enlightenment through his own efforts rather than by listening to the teachings of a buddha. The way of the self-enlightened buddha was retained only in the Theravada tradition. Mahayana Buddhism rejects the path of self-enlightenment as too limiting and embraces the ideal of the bodhisattva, who postpones final enlightenment to work for the salvation of others
buddha

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    bud·dha

    Türkische aussprache

    budı

    Aussprache

    /ˈbo͞odə/ /ˈbuːdə/

    Etymologie

    [ 'bü-d&, 'bu- ] (noun.) 1681. Sanskrit, enlightened; akin to Sanskrit bodhi enlightenment; more at BID.

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