[suhd-duhr-muh-poo n-duhr-ee-kuh] /sʌdˈdʌr mə pʊnˈdʌr i kə/
a Mahayana sutra, forming with its references to Amida and the Bodhisattvas the basis for the doctrine that there is something of Buddha in everyone, so that salvation is universally available: a central text of Mahayana Buddhism.
a central scripture of Mahayana Buddhism, emphasizing that anyone can attain enlightenment
[loht-suh; German loh-tsuh] /ˈloʊt sə; German ˈloʊ tsə/ noun 1. Rudolf Hermann [roo-dolf hur-muh n;; German roo-dawlf her-mahn] /ˈru dɒlf ˈhɜr mən;; German ˈru dɔlf ˈhɛr mɑn/ (Show IPA), 1817–81, German philosopher.
[loo] /lu/ noun 1. a male given name, form of . 2. a female given name, form of . [ger-ig] /ˈgɛr ɪg/ noun 1. Henry Louis (“Lou”) 1903–41, U.S. baseball player. /luː/ verb 1. a Scot word for love
- Lose touch
Fail to keep in contact or communication, as in The two sisters lost touch years ago, or Please don’t lose touch with me after you move away. [ Late 1800s ] For an antonym, see in touch
- Lose time
1. Operate too slowly. For example, My watch loses time, or This clock loses five minutes a day. This usage is always applied to a timepiece. [ Mid-1800s ] 2. Waste time, delay, as in We wanted to paint the entire porch today, but we lost time trying to find a color that matched the […]