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Englisch - Türkisch
Tibetli buda rahibi
Lama, kızınca tüküren hayvan
budist rahip
(Tekstil) lama yünü
lama wool
(Tekstil) alpaka yünü
dalai lama
Dalay Lama, Tibet'in ruhani dini lideri. Öldükten sonra yeni bir bedende tekrar doğduğuna inanılır, bu sayede dünyadan hiç yok olmamıştır
Türkisch - Türkisch
Rusya'daki bir nehir
Buda rahibi
Amerikan devesi
Geviş getirenlerden, Güney Amerika'nın dağlık bölgelerinde yaşayan, yük hayvanı olarak kullanılan, karadan aka kadar türlü renklerde olabilen, tüyleri uzun, boyu yüksek, boynu uzun hayvan (Lama)
Giyotinin kesici çelik ağzı
Tibetlilerde ve Moğollarda Buda rahibi
Lamaların en büyüğüne "dalay lama" denir
dalay lama
Tibet'in ruhani dini lideri
Yurdumuzda yetiştirilen kaliteli bir limon türü
Englisch - Englisch
A master of Tibetan Buddhism
{i} Buddhist monk in Tibet and Mongolia
llamas a Tibetan or Mongolian priest of Lamaism
{n} the deity of the Asiatic tartars, a small species of camel in S. America
In Thibet, Mongolia, etc
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a priest or monk of the belief called Lamaism
Tibetan Buddhist teachers
> Buddhist monk of any order
(Tib ) corresponds to Sanskrit guru but has a wider range of meanings in Tibetan Can mean (1) personal religious teacher, especially of Vajrayana (Tantric Buddhism); (2) head or leading figure within a spiritual community (gompa); (3) a properly qualified performer of Tantric ritual Note that the roles of lama and MONK are different Most monks are not lamas, and lamas are not necessarily monks
Teacher, or one who is revered Lotus Sutra A scripture of major importance to various schools within the Mahayana tradition It describes the virtues of the Bodhisattva, and emphasises that all sentient beings posses Buddha-nature and can attain Enlightenment (Nirvana)
A lama is a Buddhist priest or monk in Tibet or Mongolia. a Buddhist priest in Tibet or Mongolia (blama). In Tibetan Buddhism, a spiritual leader. Some lamas are considered to be reincarnations of their predecessors; others have won respect for their high level of spiritual development. The most honored of the reincarnate lamas is the Dalai Lama; second in spiritual authority is the Panchen Lama. The process of discovering the new incarnation of a lama, especially the Dalai Lama, is elaborate and exacting. Oracular messages, unusual signs during the lama's death or during a birth thereafter, and examinations of candidates identify a successor. The child thus identified as the lama's incarnation is given extensive monastic training from an early age
a Tibetan or Mongolian priest of Lamaism
Teacher, especially of Tantra The word Lama pertains not only to the external teacher, but to the inner teacher or enlightened nature The Lama, therefore, is one who reflects the beginingless enlightened nature of their students
(Tibetan) Spiritual teacher or senior monk
La means highest and ma means mother Properly applied, this term refers to one who has developed the highest qualities and therefore directly perceives all beings impartially with the selfless love and compassion of a mother for an only child
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In Tibetan Buddhism, considered a master of certain areas of Buddhism May be the head of one or more monasteries
A Tibetan Buddhist teacher, often a monk A Tibetan Buddhist teacher, often a monk
Dalai Lama
The supreme head of Tibetan Buddhism, believed to be an incarnation of Avalokitesvara, and considered the spiritual leader of the Tibetan people
Panchen Lama
The second-highest ranking lama of the Gelug sect of Tibetan Buddhism, after the Dalai Lama
Dalai Lama
the Dalai Lama the leader of the Tibetan Buddhist religion. Head of the dominant Dge-lugs-pa order of Tibetan Buddhism. The first of the line was Dge-'dun-grub-pa (1391-1475), founder of a monastery in central Tibet. His successors were regarded as his reincarnations and, like himself, manifestations of the bodhisattva Avalokitesvara. The second head of the order established the 'Brasspungs monastery near Lhasa as its base, and the third received the title Dalai ("Ocean") from Altan Khan. The fifth, Ngag-dbang-rgya-mtsho (1617-1682), established the supremacy of the Dge-lugs-pa over other orders. The 13th Dalai Lama, Thub-bstan-rgya-mtsho (1875-1933), held temporal and spiritual power after the Chinese were expelled in 1912. The 14th and current Dalai Lama, Bstan-'dzin-rgya-mtsho (b. 1935), was enthroned in 1940 but fled in 1959 with 100,000 followers after a failed revolt against the Chinese, who had gained control of Tibet in 1950-51. His government-in-exile is in Dharmsala, India. A respected figure worldwide, he was awarded the 1989 Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of his "constructive and forward-looking proposals" for solving world problems
Dalai Lama
{i} high priest of Tibet, spiritual head of Tibetan Buddhism
Grand Lama
Either of two traditionally reincarnating high lamas of Tibetan Buddhism, the Dalai Lama or the Panchen Lama
Panchen Lama
Any of the line of reincarnated lamas who head the Tashilhunpo Monastery in Tibet, traditionally second only to the Dalai Lama in spiritual authority in the dominant sect of Tibetan Buddhism. A Panchen Lama installed by the Chinese Nationalist government in 1949 later became an official under the Chinese communists. He remained in Tibet after the 14th Dalai Lama fled into exile in 1959 but was imprisoned in 1964 after criticizing the government. He was released in the late 1970s and died in 1989. The Dalai Lama and government subsequently chose different successors
dalai lama
chief lama and once ruler of Tibet
plural of lama
panchen lama
the lama next in rank to the Dalai Lama
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    /ˈlämə/ /ˈlɑːmə/


    [ 'lä-m& ] (noun.) 1654. From Tibetan བླ་མ (bla-ma).

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