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Ka·ma 1

 (kä′mə)
n. Hinduism
The god of love.

[Sanskrit kāmaḥ, love, desire, Kama; see kā- in Indo-European roots.]

Ka·ma 2

 (kä′mə)
A river of west-central Russia rising west of the Ural Mountains and flowing about 2,030 km (1,260 mi) to the Volga River. It is the chief tributary of the Volga.
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Kama

(Russian ˈkamə)
n
(Placename) a river in central Russia, rising in the Ural Mountains and flowing to the River Volga, of which it is the largest tributary. Length: 2030 km (1260 miles)

Kama

(ˈkɑːmə)
n
(Hinduism) the Hindu god of love
[from Sanskrit]
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Ka•ma

(ˈkɑ mə)

n.
a river in the E Russian Federation in Europe, flowing SW from the central Ural Mountains region into the Volga River S of Kazan. 1200 mi. (1930 km) long.

Ka•ma

(ˈkɑ mə)

n.
the Hindu god of erotic love.
[< Skt kāma]
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Noun1.Kama - Hindu god of love and erotic desire; opposite of Mara
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On MDh 2.224, a verse that contains the three concepts of trivarga but not that term itself, Medhatithi says that, according to some, kama is the chief purusartha (kamas tavan mukhya eva purusarthah), while, according to the Carvakas, kama is not just the chief but the only purusartha (kama evaikah purusarthah).
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Elaine was born in Red Bud, IL, on November 6, 1950, to proud parents Chris and Pota (Horemiotes) Kamas. Elaine is survived by her loving husband of 44 years, Dwayne Nelson; her two children: Matthew (Shari) Nelson and Stephanie (Wesley) Musgrove; three grandchildren: Ava, Katherine, and Andrew Nelson; two siblings: Betty Ganousis and Peter (Evelyn) Kamas; many nieces and nephews, and a school of friends.
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