(italics) Hinduism. any of several books of esoteric doctrine regarding rituals, disciplines, meditation, etc., composed in the form of dialogues between Shiva and his Shakti; Agama.
Also called Tantrism
[tuhn-triz-uh m, tan-] /ˈtʌn trɪz əm, ˈtæn-/ (Show IPA). the philosophy or doctrine of these books, regarding the changing, visible world as the creative dance or play of the Divine Mother and regarding enlightenment as the realization of the essential oneness of one’s self and of the visible world with Shiva-Shakti, the Godhead: influential in some schools of Mahayana Buddhism, especially in Tibet.
a movement within Hinduism combining magical and mystical elements and with sacred writings of its own
a similar movement within Buddhism
(Hinduism, Buddhism) the sacred books of Tantrism, written between the 7th and 17th centuries ad, mainly in the form of a dialogue between Siva and his wife
noun 1. a violent demonstration of rage or frustration; a sudden burst of ill temper. noun 1. (often pl) a childish fit of rage; outburst of bad temper noun See temper tantrum tantrum tan·trum (tān’trəm) n. A fit of bad temper.
noun 1. the former spelling of Dandong
noun 1. a female given name.
noun 1. an area of a tannery set aside for the operation of tanning vats.