swami

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Englisch - Türkisch
Hindu dininde hoca
{i} hindu din bilgini
{i} hoca (hint)
hoca
master
(Denizbilim) süvari
master
{f} hakim olmak

İngilizceye hakim olmak zordur. - To master English is difficult.

İngilizceye hakim olmak istiyorum. - I'd like to master English.

master
(Askeri) gemi süvarisi
master
patron
master
denetimi altına almak
master
tam öğrenmek

İsveççeyi tam öğrenmek istiyorum. - I want to master Swedish.

master
iyi bilmek
master
asıl
master
iyice öğren(mek)
master
ana,v.iyice öğren: n.hakim
master
master stroke çok ustalıklı
master
{f} yenmek, üstesinden gelmek
master
{i} kalıp
master
işveren
master
{s} esas
master
{f} yenmek
master
ana metin
master
{i} kopya edilecek şey
Englisch - Englisch
A Hindu religious teacher
Hindu religious teacher or guru
{i} Hindu religious teacher
master
a title to indicate a teacher who is Self-Realized or Enlightened In this teaching, it is a title given to indicate that a teacher has joined the lineage and has attained Multiplane Master status
master of the self
a Hindu religious teacher (svami, from svamin , from sva )
Lit Master or lord A form of addressi ng spiritual teachers or one's favorite deity
a Hindu religious teacher; used as a title of respect
A monk
from the Sanskrit for 'owner', 'master' Title of respect for a holy man or teacher
One who is the Master of his own Self; a Guru or Self-Realized teacher who guides others towards their own Realization The term ‘-ji’ is a common Hindi suffix used to show respect and endearment, so ‘Swami-ji’ means ‘respected master of Self Realization’
title given to a sannyasi, one who has taken the vow of renunciation
A renounciate or monk One who renounces all possessions and desires, even one's own ego in order to realize the atman
sadhu and swami
In India, a religious ascetic or holy person. Sadhus are typically wandering ascetics who subsist on alms. They may follow the tenets of a particular belief system, such as Hinduism or Jainism, but are more typically regarded as saintly in their own right. The term swami refers to a sadhu ordained in a specific order and is associated particularly with Vedanta. Sadhus and swamis may live either in communities or in solitude; they typically possess little, eschew conventional and modern dress, and have shaven heads or matted, unkempt hair
swami
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