[klesh-uh] /ˈklɛʃ ə/
any of the five hindrances to enlightenment, which are ignorance or avidya, egocentricity, attachments, aversions, and the instinctive will to live.
any of the five hindrances to enlightenment, including ignorance/delusion, attachment/desire, aversion/anger, envy/jealousy, and pride or belief in a separate self
Sanskrit ‘mental defilement, mental poison’, from Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras
[kley-vuh] /ˈkleɪ və/ noun 1. German name of .
/ˈklɛtəʃuː/ noun (pl) kletterschuhe (ˈklɛtəˌʃuːə) 1. a lightweight climbing boot with a canvas or suede upper and Vibram (originally felt or cord) sole Also called klett
[klez-mer] /ˈklɛz mər/ noun, plural klezmorim [klez-muh-reem] /ˌklɛz məˈrim/ (Show IPA) 1. a Jewish folk musician traditionally performing in a small band. 2. Also, klezmer music. the type of music performed by such musicians. /ˈklɛzmə/ noun 1. a Jewish folk musician, usually a member of a small band 2. Also called klezmer music. the music […]
kind of arc lamp used as a studio light, 1921, from Bavarian-born U.S. engineers brothers Anton and John Kliegl, who invented it.