[mah-huh-ree-shee, muh-hahr-uh-] /mɑ həˈri ʃi, məˈhɑr ə-/
a teacher of spiritual and mystical knowledge; religious sage: often used as an honorary title.
any of the seven great mythological seers of the Vedic and post-Vedic writings: identified with the seven stars of Ursa Major.
(Hinduism) a Hindu teacher of religious and mystical knowledge
Hindu sage or holy man, 1785, from Sanskrit, from maha “great,” from PIE root *meg- “great” (see magnate) + rishi “inspired sage.” In general use, a title for a popular spiritual leader.
[muh-hah-suh-mah-dee] /məˈhɑ səˈmɑ di/ noun, Hinduism, Buddhism. 1. the highest state of samadhi.
noun See mahseer
grasping. (1.) A Kohathite Levite, father of Elkanah (1 Chr. 6:35). (2.) Another Kohathite Levite, of the time of Hezekiah (2 Chr. 29:12).
[muh-haht-muh, -hat-] /məˈhɑt mə, -ˈhæt-/ noun, (sometimes initial capital letter) 1. a Brahman sage. 2. (especially in India) a person who is held in the highest esteem for wisdom and saintliness. 3. (in Theosophy) a great sage who has renounced further spiritual development in order to aid those who are less advanced. [gahn-dee, gan-] /ˈgɑn […]