a Japanese pottery from Kyushu, first produced in the early 17th century and after 1800 having a crackle glaze and overglaze polychrome enameling and gilding.
simple pottery made in Satsuma, Japan, from the late 16th century
ornamental glazed porcelain ware made in Satsuma, Japan, from the late 18th century
noun, Hinduism. 1. See under guna. noun 1. (in Sankhya and Vedantic philosophy) one of the three qualities of prakriti, or nature, which are passion (rajas) dullness or inertia (tamas) and goodness or purity (sattva) noun the quality of spiritual goodness, manifested as intelligence, virtue, and joy, one of the three gunas (qualities of nature) […]
adjective 1. Hinduism. characterized by sattva: having a serene, harmonious, balanced mind or attitude. adjective in Hinduism and other philosophies, having a serene, balanced, and clear mind; characterized by sattva Word Origin Sanskrit sattva ‘being, essence, reality’
noun See sattva
noun 1. a city in NW Romania.