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1. Brahman (priest of Hinduism, members of the highest caste)Usually written using kana alone, From Sanskrit “brahmana”
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2. Brahmanism; priest of Brahmanism
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3. BrahminBrahmin (also called Brahman; from Sanskrit brāhmaṇa ब्राह्मण) is a name used to designate a member of one of the four varnas (castes) in the traditional Hindu societys of Nepal and India. Brahman, Brahmin and Brahma have different meanings. Brahman refers to the Supreme Self. Brahmin or Brahmana refers to an individual, while the word Brahma refers to the creative aspect of the universal consciousness. The English word brahmin is an anglicised form of the Sanskrit word Brāhmana.
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