Buddhist


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Bud·dhism

 (bo͞o′dĭz′əm, bo͝od′ĭz′-)
n.
1. The teaching of Siddhartha Gautama that life is permeated with suffering caused by desire, that suffering ceases when desire ceases, and that enlightenment obtained through right conduct, wisdom, and meditation releases one from desire, suffering, and rebirth.
2. The religion represented by the many groups, especially numerous in Asia, that profess varying forms of this doctrine and that venerate Siddhartha Gautama.

Bud′dhist adj. & n.
Bud·dhis′tic adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Buddhist - one who follows the teachings of BuddhaBuddhist - one who follows the teachings of Buddha
Buddhism - a religion represented by the many groups (especially in Asia) that profess various forms of the Buddhist doctrine and that venerate Buddha
religious person - a person who manifests devotion to a deity
Mon - a member of a Buddhist people living in Myanmar and adjacent parts of Thailand
Adj.1.Buddhist - of or relating to or supporting Buddhism; "Buddhist sculpture"
Translations
بوذيبوذِيّبوذيٌّ، مُؤْمِنٌ بالبوذِيَّه
будистбудисткабудисткибудистко
buddhistabuddhistický
buddhistbuddhistiskbuddhist-
buddhalainen
budistbudistički
buddhista
búddhatrúarmaîurbúddhatrúarmunkur
仏教の仏教徒
불교도불교의
budhistabudhistický
budistbudističenbudistka
buddistbuddistisk
เกี่ยวกับชาวพุทธชาวพุทธ
theo đạo Phậttín đồ đạo Phật

Buddhist

[ˈbʊdɪst]
A. ADJbudista
B. Nbudista mf

Buddhist

[ˈbʊdɪst]
adj [monk, doctrine] → bouddhiste; [religion, art, temple] → bouddhique
nbouddhiste mf

Buddhist

nBuddhist(in) m(f)
adjbuddhistisch

Buddhist

[ˈbʊdɪst] adj & nbuddista (m/f)

Buddhism

(ˈbudizəm) , ((American) ˈbu:-) noun
the religion founded by Gautama or Buddha.
ˈBuddhist noun
a believer in Buddhism.
adjective
a Buddhist monk.

Buddhist

بوذِيّ buddhista, buddhistický buddhist, buddhistisk Buddhist, buddhistisch Βουδιστής, βουδιστικός budista buddhalainen bouddhiste budist, budistički buddista 仏教の, 仏教徒 불교도, 불교의 boeddhist, boeddhistisch buddhist, buddhistisk buddyjski, buddysta budista буддист, буддистский buddist, buddistisk เกี่ยวกับชาวพุทธ, ชาวพุทธ Budist theo đạo Phật, tín đồ đạo Phật 佛教徒, 佛教的
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The Mohammedans are cutting Buddhist throats, too," added the Dragoman.
The Buddhists are cutting Mohammedan throats," the Dragoman replied, with oriental composure.
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He made Philip acknowledge that those South Germans whom he saw in the Jesuit church were every bit as firmly convinced of the truth of Roman Catholicism as he was of that of the Church of England, and from that he led him to admit that the Mahommedan and the Buddhist were convinced also of the truth of their respective religions.
There were hundreds of pieces, friezes of figures in relief, fragments of statues and slabs crowded with figures that had encrusted the brick walls of the Buddhist stupas and viharas of the North Country and now, dug up and labelled, made the pride of the Museum.
The ideal," he admits, [32] "poisons for me all imperfect possession"; and again, "The Buddhist tendency in me blunts the faculty of free self-government, and weakens the power of action.
He would not deign to examine even the masterpieces of Elephanta, or the mysterious hypogea, concealed south-east from the docks, or those fine remains of Buddhist architecture, the Kanherian grottoes of the island of Salcette.
A golden text for these gentlemen is that which I so admire in the Buddhist, who never thanks, and who says, "Do not flatter your benefactors.
A thousand miles beyond the last mission station toiled her engineers and spies, clad as coolies, under the guise of itinerant merchants or proselytizing Buddhist priests, noting down the horse-power of every waterfall, the likely sites for factories, the heights of mountains and passes, the strategic advantages and weaknesses, the wealth of the farming valleys, the number of bullocks in a district or the number of labourers that could be collected by forced levies.
In this discourse, we undoubtedly have the ideal Buddhist, if not Gautama Buddha himself.
A young moon threw a bashful light on a plain like a monstrous waste ground: the architectural mass of a Buddhist tem ple far away projected itself in dead black on the sky.
What relation to this revelation have the beliefs of the Buddhists, Mohammedans, who preached and did good too?

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