noun, plural swamies.
noun, plural swamies.
an honorific title given to a Hindu religious teacher.
a person resembling a swami, especially in authority, critical judgment, etc.; pundit:
The swamis are saying the stock market is due for a drop.
noun (pl) -mies, -mis
(in India) a title of respect for a Hindu saint or religious teacher


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