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Sri

 (srē, shrē)
n.
1. Used in India as a title of respect for a man.
2. Hinduism Used as a title for a deity or holy man.

[Hindi śrī, from Sanskrit, splendor, majesty, honorific pref.]

Sri

(ʃriː)
n
1. (Hinduism) the consort of Vishnu
2. (Hinduism) a title of honour used when addressing a distinguished Hindu
3. (Hinduism) a polite form of address equating to Mr.
[literally: majesty, holiness]

sri

(sri, ʃri)

n.
1. a Hindu title of respect prefixed to the name of a deity, holy person, etc.
2. a respectful title of address prefixed to a man's name in India; Mr.
[1885–90;< Skt śrī]
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