deva

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Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) İlâç, çare. Hastalığın iyi olmasına sebeb olan gıda
İlâç, çare
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(Osmanlı Dönemi) ilâç, çare
alaç
Englisch - Englisch
A god in Vedic mythology, Hinduism and Buddhism
a demigod or godly person
Demi-god, celestial being
Angel or celestial being belonging to a kingdom in nature evolving parallel to humanity, and ranging from sub-human elementals to super-human beings on a level with a planetary Logos They are the 'active builders,' working intelligently with substance to create all the forms we see, including the mental, emotional and physical bodies of humanity
Literally, "shining one " An inhabitant of the heavenly realms
Literally, "shining one" An inhabitant of the heavenly realms
male deity; literally 'shining one'
God (RRV-5) Demi-god; great personality in devotion to Krishna, selfrealized to administrative independence "Shining one " A being living in the higher astral plane, in a subtle, nonphysical body Deva is also used in scripture to mean "God or Deity "
(Sanskrit, lit "shining one") These are the gods or heavenly beings Because of their good merit, they are able to enjoy the pleasures of heaven At some point, when their merits are used up, they are reborn into one of the lower realms
(Sanskrit: "divine") In the Vedic religion of India, one of many divine powers, roughly divided into sky, air, and earth divinities. During the Vedic period, the gods were divided into two classes, the devas and the asuras. In India the devas gradually came to be more powerful, and the asuras came to be thought of as demons. In the monotheistic systems that emerged by the late Vedic period, the devas were subordinate to one supreme being
A "Sanskrit term" for a deity; Divine Being Responsible for building all forms and holding the patterns; from Nature to the Solar System
Lit , "A shining one" An inhabitant of the heavenly realms, which is characterized by long life, joyous surroundings and blissful states of mind In the Buddhist tradition, these states are understood to be impermanent, not eternal
god or deity, a being situated in one of the higher realms of existence, but who is still subject to the cycle of rebirth also see Cosmology Page
A god; a deity; a divine being; an idol; a king
(male) / Devi (female): Originally from Hinduism Deva is a god In Buddhism, they are still subject to the endless cycle of existence
(lit: the Radiant Ones; related to Lat deus): heavenly beings, deities, celestials, are beings who live in happy worlds, and who, as a rule, are invisible to the human eye They are subject, however, just like all human and other beings, to ever-repeated rebirth, old age and death, and thus are not freed from the cycle of existence and from misery There are many classes of heavenly beings
("shining one"): a god or deity; divine quality
deva

    Silbentrennung

    de·va

    Türkische aussprache

    deyvı

    Aussprache

    /ˈdāvə/ /ˈdeɪvə/

    Etymologie

    () From Sanskrit देव (devá, “deity, god”).

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