Brahmin


Brahmin
1) брами́н м
2) аристокра́т м (обычно из Новой Англии)

The Americanisms. English-Russian dictionary.. 2014.

Смотреть что такое "Brahmin" в других словарях:

  • brahmín — (del ár. «barahman», del persa «barahman», y éste del sánscrito «bráhman», cuerpo de teólogos) m. Brahmán. * * * brahmín. m. brahmán. * * * ► masculino Brahmán …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • brahmin — BRAHMÍN s.m. Brahman. [< fr. brahmine]. Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DN …   Dicționar Român

  • brahmin — (n.) member of Boston s upper class, 1823, figurative use of Brahman member of the highest priestly Hindu caste, late 15c., from Skt. brahmana s, from brahman prayer, also the universal soul, the Absolute, of uncertain origin. Related to BRAHMA… …   Etymology dictionary

  • brahmin — bràhmīn (bràmīn) m <G brahmína> DEFINICIJA v. brahman (2) ETIMOLOGIJA vidi brahman …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • brahmín — m. brahmán …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • Brahmin — [brä′min] n. 1. a BRAHMAN (sense 2) 2. a cultured person from a long established upper class family, esp. of New England, regarded as haughty or conservative Brahminic [brä min′ik, brəmin′ik] adj. Brahminical …   English World dictionary

  • Brahmin — This article is about the social caste. For the moth family, see Brahmaeidae. For similarly spelled words, see Brahman (disambiguation). An article related to Hinduism …   Wikipedia

  • Brahmin — (Brahman)    A Brahmin is a member of the hereditary priestly class of India. The term is derived from the Vedic word BRAHMAN, which means (among other things) “prayer.” In Sanskrit the same Vedic word desig nates prayer and the one who prays,… …   Encyclopedia of Hinduism

  • Brahmin — Brahminic /brah min ik/, Brahminical, adj. /brah min/, n., pl. Brahmin, Brahmins, adj. n. 1. Hinduism. Brahman (def. 1). 2. (esp. in New England) a person usually from an old, respected family who, because of wealth and social position, wields… …   Universalium

  • Brahmin — Brahman Brah man, Brahmin Brah min, n.; pl. {Brahmans}, {Brahmins}. [Skr. Br[=a]hmana (cf. Brahman worship, holiness; the God Brahma, also Brahman): cf. F. Brahmane, Brachmane, Bramine, L. Brachmanae, manes, mani, pl., Gr. ?, pl.] 1. A person of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Brahmin — UK / US [ˈbrɑmɪn] noun [countable] Word forms Brahmin : singular Brahmin plural Brahmins American in parts of the Eastern US, a rich and socially important person See: Brahman …   English dictionary

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