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List: Words coming from Sanskrit

Gairaigo: Words adopted from Sanskrit

Showing 1 - 10 of 30 words for the list Words coming from Sanskrit. #san_lang
釈čŋĻしゃかshaka

gairaigo  Sanskrit origin  popular  noun  noun (generic) 

  • Gautama Buddha, Shakyamuni, the historical Buddha
čˆŦč‹ĨはんãĢゃhannya

gairaigo  Sanskrit origin  popular  Buddhism  noun  noun (generic)  abbreviation 

  • prajna (wisdom required to attain enlightenment)
  • noh mask of a grinning, horned demoness (represents a woman's rage and jealousy)
  • family crest designed after the Hannya noh mask
  • dreadful face (esp. of a woman driven mad by jealousy), terrifying facial expression
夜叉やしゃyasha

gairaigo  Sanskrit origin  popular  noun  noun (generic) 

  • yaksha (Buddhist guardian deities sometimes depicted as demonic warriors)
æ—Ļé‚ŖだんãĒdanna

gairaigo  Sanskrit origin  popular  JLPT N1  noun  noun (generic)  familiar language  Buddhism 

  • master (of a house, shop, etc.)
  • husband
  • sir, boss, master, governor
  • patron of a mistress, geisha, bar or nightclub hostess, sugar daddy
  • alms, almsgiving, almsgiver
刚é‚ŖせつãĒsetsuna

gairaigo  Sanskrit origin  popular  irregular kanji usage  noun  noun (generic)  adverb  Buddhism 

  • moment, instant
  • kshana, duration of a single mental event (about 1/75 second), shortest possible interval of time
é–ŧäŧŊあかaka

gairaigo  Sanskrit origin  Buddhism  noun  noun (generic) 

  • water offering to Buddha, holy water
é˜ŋ毘įž…åŊæŦ ã‚ãŗらうんきゃんabiraunkyan

gairaigo  Sanskrit origin  Buddhism  noun  noun (generic) 

  • mantra directed to Mahavairocana
åŧå‰æ‘Šé‚ŖしきしゃぞãĒshikishamana

gairaigo  Sanskrit origin  noun  noun (generic) 

  • probationary nun (undergoing a two-year probationary period before receiving ordainment)
摊多ぞたmata

gairaigo  Sanskrit origin  noun  noun (generic) 

  • vowel (in the Siddham script)
三昧č€ļさんぞやsanmaya

gairaigo  Sanskrit origin  Buddhism  noun  noun (generic) 

  • time
  • meeting, coming together
  • equality, warning, or riddance of hindrances (esp. in esoteric Buddhism as vows of the buddhas and bodhisattvas)
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